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If fS r i I I) J. I . ? 4 " ' lu'ua.Jlvi) it 'JxtM Om- AS Ttnt Cm JlttMHiaOiHlM -A, at treti Catsv.-?. v astomobllcs and a street mA la ut aaasaal accident -ajr Ktamn at C:46 o'clock I rssvlted la damages to the Cat no tnjarie to the persons, - amroacb of the vladsct to IMk latand bridge, Third are-, and Twenty-fourth street a greatest damage was done the car owned by Howard A. 'ate, Ml Seventeenth atreet, who -a . north bo and when ; a truck d by the - Davenport Timea, ea by John Camber, 1401 West waUth atreet crashed on the TMt car tracks, near the incline (the viaduct Gamber, it is MmeaVdid not atop after the ac Jent and Klore decided to turn ear around and give chase, .bile KIots waa turning his car. Bridge una atreet car collided :trlr J it t ol:aart t r t I. A. a. i- CtfKjct," nil W-a near tie awfeUg Trt tow lM ja That' Um car waa damaged to the exfeat of fMtfc the- oner clalmad. J Tke other two ears oo aaped with min asnss. Ctanber. driver of Um ttaas? truck, waa arrested asd takea to tke the Rock lanaa pouce siauoa. He waa scheduled - to : receive a hearing thia afternoon U police court - - IIAyD CAUOHt DT PO7E3 7EnTQER; . . . HAY LOSE AIT 'ABU ir-v-rrirjT aVvw ksj ZEiaoriLEO toffies war eatatr.keJ , la jr. -otiilMklaa. raw.th w ..... - nanoa soa ieet whs ubi ' Boles Jakubowaki 26H Fiftk ave nue, may lose- his right arm aa the result of an accident at Jamieaon'e laundry 2601 Fifth avenue, thia morning. a Jakubowaki waa cleaning) a wringer when his band waa caught In the rollers. The arm was nearly '.wrenched off. before .his brother Carl was able to reach the lerer and 'shut off the power. . . The Injured man was taken to the Moline city hospital and is be inr attended by Or. A. M. Beat. Probabilities are that the arm will have to be amputated. Former CletUer ami' Ofar Stare Operate Pies m Hwkeee, ' Okk, Htapttal. Samuel Arndt far many yeara a nw i.Unil marrh&nt.- died 8a t- I urday evening In a hospital at Maa- kogee, OKia wnere conflned for six weeks. Burial took Iowa, Mr. atom a 010 iumuo. Mr. Arndt was 60 years' of age ntimhA, nf mn he waa en gaged In the retail clothing and vn.4nfn itnr.k Island. nd toov a nromlnent part in local Re- niiDllcan doiiucs. r hkw w m ha located in 'Kansas City, h. ha ftntund In the cigar bus Iness. more recently as a jroad salesman. - ' , . . . -Mr. Arndt Is survived by two .LIU - ann Anil Aunrhtttt. Rtld caiiurvu, ftinvu VI t three Bistert, Mrs. Oliver Cramer, Muskogee, Okia.; Mrs. wmer nn- GnHncra Pa1a. And thaaaL Is plaantng amuy week. The head quarters gatrol wfU' meet Thurs- Swm awimtiw for haml I Thursday arenlpt th cadet group will bom uruanauuaa pmny. 'ri day evealng B group wlU bold It unruunas pany. Troops Nos. 4. 17, 20. 22 an 24 fli hmm thla avenmc In fhetr ra. psjctlve neetttt places. . ' This is the mat week of the tor tar -troop cgptest aad all acouta are urged, to attend farious meetings this week and also to secure new nta a atx at tha u. ara vary Oa Um mnibes points aai aurprrtalag cmaageri! plaesa are expected. -Tus Special mmmmmmmmmm-mi a ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamaamwfmmaaaaaammmmmaam Sale Of SUITS and OVERCOATS Hart Schaffner & Marx IIS 4 and Super-Six Psift Suits I his sale includes 200 Suits that the finest tailoring can produce. ; ; $40, $45 and $50 Camp Togs UITS OVERCOATS Your unrestricted choice of any Overcoat in the housl, including our famous Peetz cloth and Hart, Schaffner & j Marx and Campus Togs. f v $35 Overcoats ; your choice .... $D 0.50 ' $40, $45 and $50 Overcoats ; your choice -. . .'..V ,, .. 33 ijOliriidlci'ii i number of people who ajnrajyg attend this sale, we urye that you shop in the f forenoon if possible. " 1 , ' ( C AloF QUALITY MERCHANDISE - REASONABLY PRKSD For Your Convenience Shop in th morning if at all possible, as then we can as sure . you of more individual attention than later in the day. I CI You'll Find Almost Unlimited Selection in This o Sale of Winter Goats Prices Are Astonishingly Low for Coats of Such Fine Quality JJ Five price groups including the greater part of our stock of coats with the exception of our most expensive models. They are remarkable values, smart in cut, well tailored and made of good quality Normandy, Bolivia, Or mandale and Velverette. There are also some yelours and fur-trimmed plushes included. These coats are either mannishly tailored, in plain wrap py styles or richly trimmed with luxurious fur collars and cuffs "of Beaver, Squirrel, Wolf, Fox, Caracul or Manchu rian Wolf. Each is individual and distinctive. The pre dominating colors are navy, black and the new shades of brown and tan. Even Our Very Finest Coats Are Included In This Sale Luxuriously- Fur-Trimmed Coats of Silky Fabrics S69M W $112-t Tor the most discerning women these "higher priced" coats offer an exceptional opportunity to purchase the "best" at a great saving. Conservative yet authentic styles that will be as much in next season as they are this. ' They are made of wonderfully soft, velvety materials such as : Gerona Julsette Velvette Lustrova Panvel.ine Fasnona. , r Tiinimings are of Platinum Wolf, Seaver; Taupe Fox and Wolf, Martin, Squirrel and Black Tax each of rich lustrous fur that greatly enhances the beauty of the garment. The best of workmanship is displayed, in each model. These are coats that any woman would be proud to own. See them tomorrow. . Charming New Frocks of Silk or Wool Are Also Included at Very, Marked Price Reductions : . These dresses are so unusually low priced and are so much the latest mode that women will want them for dance and theater as well as for street and every day wear. 11 the new est colors are included. The selection is com plete; ready in time for the gay round of fes tivities that always come "between Holidays." There are dresses of , . Canton Crepe Velvet, Tricotine Poiret Twill Satin Matelasse . '--I . -. - ' -, . , . ': " Each dress is smartly made, matiy are in the quaint basque style with wide flaring skirt. Others are simply straight-lined and all are at tractively trimmed with bright beads, embrpid eries or the fancy novel laces that are so popu lar this year. - , Oresaea. Second Floor.