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sticker, Mr. George Weiland. ' Mr. Fred!
louse. Mr. Thomas Devers and Mr. Wil
liam A ruling,
SUBURBAN SOCIETY NOTES. .'
THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUKXAL. SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1001.
Events, Gayctles and Persona! Activities of the Week
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y..' is.iw th" wt-'iom to . wts.
i!- t-it"- of church a n l chapel.
1 ; . .. ; still no flavor like th? at rl.
) it's r.- w win scon 1 old, iar Jrnny:
i .-T tramr-b- with rIt-nt bs ir iil
( i' fi 1- or.d fdMt. ah, how nny!
it ;' you'll 1 always up tu datv
: t . ir.ay ; all, and r-o may ra"Ion,
j: ei.arm 1 nver out of fashion.
iirnamrntK for the Horn.
tvr York Tribune.
Th collections of rrtty cra., ?ea
t, of bark or othr trifles whicli
cr. r;"" ur fn vacation rambles may be
f .:ivf rte.l. with a Title clever planning:, into
mr.y attractive ornaments for the library
sr b M.'loir of the city home. The work put
th'se thirgs is also a pleasant oc
t ;pat!..n for the leisure hours that come
ore of the most popular souvenirs of
t:e vacation Is the pillow of balsam fir,
cr, if this Is not obtainable, of pine
r.?''-Jl',s. When small parties are made
up to rather the materials much Eport
en le obtained, and If several persons
wrk tosethcr in stripping off the needles
di slow process does not become tedious.
S'-rn such plan is almost necessary if
.i!.v p!e,jure is to be found in the under
t.ir.ir.c, fr It l astonishing what a lare
nu.'iittty of needles is required, and more
t;i in trip may hnve to be made during
! summer to satisfy the demands of the
JIvtry irickly lump should be carefully
i iiK.vil from the tufts of the needles, al
th -'m!i the little, soft, fragrant bunches
ai th. ir base are always retained to give
a pwnsent odor.
Sometimes a -woman finds the vaca
tion the most favorable time to ern-br.-idcT
tho cover for the cushion. De
j i-ns of pine cones or fir branches in
natural colors of prreen and brown are
appropriate on a ground of strong un
bleached linen or brown or green denim.
If one is so fortunate as to stop In the
regions where the sweet grass grows
which is so much used by the Indians
In making baskets a delightful set of
eachets may be obtained for the linen
closet or bureau drawers. Long stands
of the grasses may be selected and braid
ed. For one sachet four braids may be
arranged in a square and tied together at
each corner with ribbons, the ribbons also
being made to run diagonally across the
center of the square.
Pipe racks of birch bark are within the
range of summer possibilities If the maker
Is something of an artist. A smooth sheet
of birch bark may be glued to a thin block
of wood which is cut a little smaller than
the bark, that the protruding edges of the
bark may be carefully folded over and
fastened to the back of the wood. Two
more strips of bark along the bottom of
the block form the pockets, which are se
cured in place by bright yellow silk,
well waxed, and run through holes pierced
with an awl through the bark and wood.
A medallion of an Indian's head Is easily
cut from the soft dark bark of the pitch
pine and fastened to the block with glue
above the pockets. Streaks of paint on the
face and a few gaudy feathers render the
whole most effective. Holes may be pierced
again with the awl at th top to secure
the rack to the wall.
Some Ways of the World.
New York Tribune.
"It is a great mistake," remarked an
Impecunious society woman, "for poor peo
ple like myself to try to return civilities.
It Is far better to eay frankly you cannot
afford to entertain and take the goods the
gods (in the shape of your richer friends)
provide, without any question of reciprocal
rxchange than to try to make any adequate
return. As long as you give nothing, noth
ing Is expected and no one is offended,
but the moment you attempt the smallest
and simplest kind of a function you get
yourself in hot water, because there are so
!),auy that you ought to ask and so few
that you are ablo to have.
l shall never forget the winter when I
tried to have a few informal dinners. I
oii. -nded any nun.ber of old friends and
pira.ied no one, for upon those who were in
vited and came my little two-penny din
ners made no impression whatever, while
r those whom 1 was obliged to leave out
thy assumed large proportions entirely
out of keeping with their modest preten
tions, so that I found at the end of the
srason that I had distinctly injured, in
stead of helped, my social position. The
dinners themselves were a great effort, as
I was obliged to attend to every de
tail myself and at an expense that I could
ill afford, while they were, as I paid, not in
the least appreciated by those who were in
vited and came; so now 1 have learned wis
dom by experience. 1 always have a hot cup
of tea ready for any friend who happens
to drop Jn, but Inyond that I do nothing.
I am nsked about more than ever and I
have the satisfaction of knowing that It Is
entirely for myself that I am wanted and
not for what 1 can give."
rersonal anil Social Notes.
Miss Jean M. Cochrane left yesterday
morning for Cincinnati.
Miss Howe, of Washington, D. C, Is visit
ing Mrs. Howard Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Hall have gone to
Asheville. N. C, to reside.
Miss Florence Coffin will return from a
visit to Detroit this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Spruance will leave
this week for Georgian bay.
Mrs. J. It. Ilusoy and Miss Margaret
V.'heeler are at Martinsville.
Mis Julia Handlon has returned from a
Visit to friends In Greenfield.
Mrs. P. P. Cohen and ister. Miss Kav
Woolf. have gone to Puff Mo.
Mrs. .1. Layman is sprding a few days
with her sou in Dayton. O. Mrs. I.avnian
Require No Cooking.
EASY TOR TllU COOK
As ti - t.arm !ays approarh it is well to
MMi..- thoitiit tu an ea-y v. ay to pr--
a ' . ! .i v I ,
V'd :iP'l . ifiijily (("iN to J treated
v. , 1 1 1 a litt'o i old l iilk or eoj; cvain Hal
that point. a:vl soil; a Jo.a,:in 'v
fo.i.-.,i jn ( ;r;ip-'iit. at !" e.at. pr paU-
) " ;
it is r.i!- 1-.- ;,n -r-M-r.. ami is o highly
oi, t iitrate.i iliat r.')t mi than three or
fo ,r teasjoi.iisj'ols are rejulrl for th
' r a. i- M t of tli- ;r.. t!. Th ' ;r;.ik .; tu.o
od very v.r.iomiVal and do.- not overtax
the stomach with u great volume.
n.l family will leave s.on for Dayton to
Mi-'s Klla P. Taylor left, !u.t evening,
lor West Superior, Wis.
Ml Anna Plhott left yesterday for a
two weeUs" visit in rhieano.
Mr. and .Mrs. W. M. Jon and laughters
.i!l have t:,-il:iy for Louisville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. If. Daugherty and son
HiiTh have tronc to Denver, Col.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Chandler have gone
t Maxlnkuekee for tlno- ve.-ks.
Mi.-s Harriet Fuller. wh was visiting
ineni'.s in Chicago, js home again.
.Miss Clara Hawkins hr.s returned from
' ih.rt'iv.r:. Ga., where '-he pept a me :th.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Lnn It. Mau.y -..ill leave,
We.hie.-.iay, for New York and Atlantic
.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Carson left to-day
lor South Haven. Mieh., to spend a few
Mr-. J ilin T. Hru-h. wlm was In northern
Wi-i or. sin un a ampir.g tour, is home
Mr. and Mrs. L 11. Martlr.dale will return
from Harbor Point about the middle of the
Miss Maude Carroll, of Lynchburg. W.
Va.. Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Harold U.
Dr. L. M. Powe and family have returned
from a trip to Puffulo, Alexandria bay and
The Mi?se Dorothy and Marie Junelaus
will go abroad next month to study in Pcr
lln a year.
Miss Gertrude Putler and Miss Clara
Hawkins v. Ill leae this week for Sylvan
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Harden leave to-day
for a week's trip to the lakes In Illinois
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Foster, who are visit
ing the.r daughter in Franklin, will return
home thU week.
Mrs. J. A. lemcke. who Is with her
daughters at Lake Wawasee, will return
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adams and Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Worley Wood have gone for a
trip to Georgian bay.
Miss Wales and Miss Nelle Wales left
yesterday for Toledo, where they expect
to remain three weeks.
Miss Katharine Schräder and Miss Eliza
beth Painey left yesterday for a visit to
lriends at St. Joseph, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. George G. Smith left last
night for Walloon lake, Michigan, to re
main the rest of the season.
Mrs. Thomas J. Rush will leave to-day
ior Louisville to visit her cousin, Mr. Julius
Froenlng, and family for a week.
Mr. Noble C. Putler and daughters, the
Misses Annie and Florence Putler, will
leave Tuesday for Marquette, . Mich.
Mrs. Frank G. Stover, of Jonesboro, Ark.,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Edward B.
Paub. at 2202 North Delaware street.
Mrs. II. II. Crane and children and Miss
Elizabeth Jelleff. of Toledo. O., are visit
ing Mr. J. M. Jelleff on East Michigan
Mrs. Flora Jessup and son Fred, of New
York city, will arrive from Franklin to
morrow to visit Mrs. W. D. Voris on East
Mrs. Julia Llntz, of 933 Meek street, Is
entertaining Mrs. Anna Rothermal and
daughters Katie and Louisa and Miss Mag
gie Lintz, of Logansport.
Miss Emily Jackson has gone to Phila
delphia. Later she will visit her sister,
Mrs. Claude Jones, in Puffalo, where she
will be Joined by her mother.
Mrs. John M. Newman and son Frank
and daughters Helen and Irene have re
turned from a trip to Puffalo, Niagara
Falls and Susauehanna. Pa.
Miss Louise Lilly will leave soon to visit
f l I I 1 .J . . .., 1 . , V, . n I
Washington, D. C. Later Miss Lilly will
visit relatives in New York.-
Mrs. William J. Mulholland and daughter
Mary and Mrs. Thomas F. McCoy, of Phil
adelphia, are the guests of Mrs. Clayton
Potts, on North Capitol avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thornton announce
the engagement of their daughter Llnnie
and Aubun T. Farris. of Sedalla, Mo. The
wedding will take place Sept. 3.
Miss Estella Jones has returned from
Wawasee, where she has been attending a
house party at Puckeye cottage, given by
Miss Carol Bockius, of Marion.
Mrs. Addie Campbell and Mrs. II. II. Con
dlt and son Preston have gone on a tour of
the northern lakes. They will remain two
weeks at Mackinac and Petoskey.
Mrs. John McKenna and daughters will
be at home Informally to-morrow after
noon from 4 until 6 for their guest, Miss
Mary Irwin, of North Fairfield, O.
Mr. Daniel E. Stone announces the en
gagement of his daughter Emma and Mr.
Frederick L. Matlock. The wedding will
take place in the middle of September.
Mrs. C. W. Minesinger and Mrs. William
Pirk and children have gone to Mlnocqua,
Wis., where they will be guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl von Hake for several weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Stillson and daughter
Blanche have returned from their cottage
at Crystal Peach. Ontario. Miss Philllppa
Hughes, of Paducah, Ky., Is the guest of
Ml.s Lela A. Young and Mr. Charles P.
Hauk left yesterday for Tippecanoe lake
to Join the house party of Miss Bruce given
in honor of Miss Eva Abbott, of Parkers
burg. W. Va.
Mr. Harry Asmann, Miss Anna Asmann,
Mr. Robert Asmann, of Avondale, O., and
Miss Ella Moore, of McKeesport. Pa., will
visit Mrs. Frank II. Carter, No. 1502 Broad
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Webb left yes
terday for Detroit, whence they will go by
boat to Puffalo and later visit Niagara and
take the trip through the Thousand islands
to Montreal and Quebec.
Mr. and Mrs. David M. Gilbert, who have
been at Crystal Peach, have gone to Sara
toga, N. Y., where they will remain the
rest of the season. Later they will go to
Newark, N. J., where they will reside.
Miss Mae Egan will give a garden party
to-morrow evening In honor of her visitor.
Miss Delia Chambers, of New York city.
Miss Myrtle Myers will give a picnic sup
per to Proad Ripple on Wednesday even
ing for Miss Egan and her visitor.
Mrs. George C. I lit t and Miss IUtt gave
an Informal high tea yesterday afternoon
at 4 o'clock, Inviting a few friends to meet
Miss Calder. of Utlca. N. Y., who is with
Mrs. Benjamin Waleott. Among the guests
was Miss Elms, of Chicago, with Miss Lucy
The Lillian Cinch Club will give a card
party Tuesday afternoon at the residence
of Mrs. Elizabeth Olsen. The members are
Mesdames Olsen. Horruff. Cooper. Van
Wie. Sickford, Sharper, Fisher, Shoube,
Merle. Prundage. Traeey. Johnson. Mc
IIand. Shoube. Gabriel. Miss Olsen. Miss
Roberts and Miss Anderson.
Invitations have been received for the
marriage of Mrs. Fannie Jameson Fether
ston and Mr. John H. Hall, to take place
at the home of Miss Susanne Fetlnrston.
Lexington. Ky.. to-morrow evening, 'i he
at-home announcement is for after Aug. :x
at Avondale, Cincinnati. Mrs. IVtherston
used to live in I noi tnapolis. and taught
school at building No. r.
Miss Edna Martin gave a dinner Friday
ning in honor of her visitor. Mis Hthe!
Martin, of Cincinnati. The gusts !ii(!udd
Miss Vina Kern. Miss Caroline Panworth.
Mif-s Nci'v Moore, Mi.s Emma Walker.
Miss Wilma Smith. Mr. Edward Walker.
Mr. i;.il'h LUnitSs. Mr. Carl Schwartz. .Mr.
Frederick farter. Mr. William Parr. Mr.
nscar Kern and Mr. Paul Färber, of De
troit. Mrs. Win field Miller will civo a luncheon
to-morrow at t ho Columbia Club in honor
of Mns Kudora lauders's guest.' Mifs
Graham, of Sandusky, and Mi.-s Atchison
and Miss AppJegate. of Louisville. Miss
Elizabeth FMch-r will entertain for the
x isitors on Tursdav. and on Wednesday
Miss Gertrude Woch r will give a luncheon
for them at tin Country Club. Mrs. Rob
ert MeOuat will give a dinner for Miss
Landers m! her i.-itors at the Country
Club n Sit.irJ-.y.
Mrs. May Wrinht Scwall arrived in Puf
f '. Thursday, where sao will open head-
v:-rt-rs for the International Council of
Women n the Woman's Administration
I nildii. at the P.ui-A rr.erican Exposition.
Mis. Sev. .ill will onducr a conference vry
We -esiia af tcrncon during Augu.-l in th"
;.uditorji;m of tie b'.iidirg. The tirst cmfr
e;:eo to k place Thursday afternoon, when
.Airs. Sesvall made nn address explaining
the ji'Mosr of the conference.
Ytis Klizalv-th .nding entertained a ?w
fiend- Wrdl c-day evening with a S.irdeM
part at her home on Keystone avenue in
boii.ir of h r visitor. Miss Anna Wobtv. of
Lo.iisville. The garden was illuminatfd ard
l efr i htta Pt Were served on small tables
. . n . I . I . . .
OU lllr lawn. I o- ii'.i 'ij were .ui?s r.OM .a
Miss Margaret Devers is" visiting relatives
in southern Illinois.-
Mr. Prank Irizlnger has gone to Chicago
ftr an Indefinite stay.
Mrs. C. push and children are visiting
relatives in Gallon, O. -
Mirs Cecil Thomas, of New -Madison. Is
the. guest of Mrs. A. Zeek.
Miss Grace Laughrlm, of Lebanon, I the
guest of Mrs. Lula Laughrlm.
Mrs. Charles Putnam, of Chicago, is vis
iting friends and relatives here.
Miss Gertrude Lyman has returned from
a visit to relatives in Anderson.
Miss Ella Sipe, of Anderson, is the gnest
of Misses Mac and Pearl Lyman.
Mr. Parnet Jackson has returned from a
visit to friends in Pellcfontalne, O.
Mr. Everett Partlow has gone to San Ber
nardino. Cal.. for an indefinite period.
Mr. and Mrs. William Moore have re
turrad from an extended trip to California.
Messrs. Ed rar Prown and Elmer Short
ridge are vi: -i ting relatives in New York
Mrs. John Mansfield, of Allrlne. Wis.. Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mans
field. Mr. Harry Quandt, of Covington. Ky.. is
the guest of his brother, Mr. William
Mrs. Minnie Storm, who has been visiting
Mrs. Lyman, lias returned to her home In
Miss Peulah Saylor has returned from
several months' visit to relatives in Spring
Miss Pearl Sourwine has returned from a
short visit to friends and relatives 'In
Miss Mary Mescal!, who has ben visit
ing relative in Terre Haute for some time,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mulholland and
daughter Reha are visiting relative in
Mrs. Golden and Mrs. Randolph, of Ko
komo, were the guests of Mrs. Anna Mur
phj last week.
Mrs. William Watson and daughter Edna,
of Goodland, were the guests of Mrs. Mc
Kenna last week.
Mrs. Charles Murphy and sister, Mra.
Era Newheart, are visiting friends and rel
atives in Raton, N. M.
Miss Jennie Brosey, who has been visit
ing Miss Bertha Miller, has returned to her
home in Cincinnati, O.
Mr. Richard Bradley and wife, of Ada,
I. T., arc the guests of thu latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Schoolbrldge.
The members of the Sunday-school classes
of the Baptist Church had an enjoyable
outing yesterday at Prookside Park.
Miss Carrie Mitcher, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Leftwltch, has re
turned to her home In New Paris, 111.
Wcii Ü-1. Mis !;'! Mr: t.
irun. Mi"-.- Elia Llndennm, Dr. C ay Ward.
Mr. Chaiie Seiden'tlcker. Mr. George Wci
li.ml. M: Frtd Ward, Mr. Charles Sldeh-
Mr. Edgar Danner left last week for
Miss Maude Wood, of Hammond, Ind., is
the suest of Misa Blanche Gregg.
Mr. Thomas O'Neil has returned from a
visit to relatives In Terre Haute.
Mr. George Garrison and wife are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Elliott.
Mr. John Partei and son Samuel have re
turned from an extended visit to relatives
in Gaston, Ind.
Miss Rosa Weber, of Louisville, is visiting
her cousin, Miss Rosa Ellwanger, on Bis
The Sjunday-school classes of the King
avenue M. E. Church gave an outing Friday
at Brookslde Park.
Miss Nellie Pence and Miss Jeanette Le
rnen returned home Thursday after a short
visit to relatives in Marion Ind.
Miss Zettle Seiener, of North Vernon, who
was the guest of Misses Nellie and Ora
Kldd, has returned to her home.
The Indies' Aid Society of the King-avenue
M. E. Church was entertained Tuesday
afternoon by Mrs. Lillian Shatter.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tibbs, Mr. and Mrs.
Childers and Mrs. Gregg are the guests of
the Rev. and Mrs. Aaron Wood at Battle
Mr. Junius' E. Cravens returned yester
day from Milwaukee.
Miss Emma Quick, of New Mexico, is the
guest of Miss Ann Butler.
The Rev. J. W. Conner, who was at Beth
any Park, has returned home.
Miss Ina Conner and Miss Petta Barnhlll
are spending several days at Bethany.
Mr. W. J. Karsklake has gone to spend
his vacation at his home in 'New York.
Mrs. Jennie Jeffries and Mr. Paul Jeffries
will leave Tuesday for Puffalo and Toronto.
Mr. Walter Engle returned home Friday
after two weeks' vacation at Atlantic City.
President Scot Putler left the first of the
week to join his family at Sylvan Beach,
Mrs. John W. Campbell, who was attend
ing a house party In Virginia, has returned
Miss Mai Brevoort. of Columbus, was the
guest of Miss Belle Iayman the first of last
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Clark left yes
terday for Buffalo and other Eastern
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Johnson have re
turned home after two weeks at Maxln
kuekee. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Butler will go to Den
ver the last of the week to make several
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Moore returned home
yesterday after spending a week at the
Shades of Death.
Miss Florence Moore will leave the first
of this week to spend several weeks with
relatives in Milwaukee.
Miss Flossie Shank will leave the 1st of
September to accept a position in the Y.
M. C. A. at Seattle, Wash.
Mrs. Mary Butterfield has gone to Somer
set. Pa., where she will be the guest of Mr.
George Kneppcr and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brewer will move to
Indianapolis the 15th of this month, where
they will be In the San Marco flats.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Engle. who were the
guests of Mrs. Gertrude Engle. have re
turned to their home in Winchester.
Miss Effle Blount left yesterday for Co
lumbus, where she will bo the guest of
Miss Mai Brevoort for several days.
Mrs. Henry S. Shell and Miss Katharine
Layman will leave Tuesday to spend sev
eral weeks with relatives in Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Norton and family,
who have been visiting relatives in the
East, will return home the first of the
Mr. Ovid Sudlow. who Is now residing In
Colorado, is expected here the first of the
month to visit Delta Tau Delta fraternity
Miss Edith Ixmgley, of Noblesville, and
Miss Minnie Y!nk. of Knlahtstown. are
sp riding several days with Miss Essie
Miss Jennie McIIatton and Mr. Everson
Meliatton. who have been spending the
past two weeks at Bethany Park, will re
turn the first of the week.
Mr. Roy Pierce, of Westfleld. spent sev
eral days with friends here last week on
his way to Denver. Col., where he will
spend a month with Mr. Ned Powell.
Messrs. Chester Iladley of Plainfleld. The
odore Name of Brazil and Paul Gutlln of
Pushvilie have returned to their homes
after spending several days with Mr. Scot
Mrs. Joseph Hunter. Mrs. A. N. Towles.
Mrs. Ja:r.e Layman. Mrs. George Galvln,
Mrs. Albert Johnson anil Mrs. Hunter
Richer will give a picnic to Riverside Park
A number of young people will go to
Hethanv Park this morning to spend the
day. Tli party Includes Misses Katharine
Layman. Helen Downing. Essie Hunter.
Clorenoe Moore. Edith Longley, Minnie
Wink and Messrs. Paul Gutfln. Carl Mc
Gaughey. Walter Butler. Emmett Huggins.
Chester Iladley. Harold Mauzy. Theodore
Nancy. Pert Hollingsworth and Raymond
Miss Margaret Neal is visiting relatives
in Delaware. O.
Mis Cora Washburn is viltlng relatives
in Guilford. Ind.
Mr. Thomas Morgan Is visiting relative
Miss Ivy White, of Dana. Ir.d.. is the
guet of Mrs. Prt Mayhew.
Miss Ida Flynn. of I.ogar.sport, Is the
guest of Mrs. Frank Jenkins.
VK Halcle Dryer has returned from a
v;?it to relatives in WestfVld.
Mrs. John Spahr is visltirg friends and
relatives in ChamLersburg. Pa.
The nv-v. Peter Long, pastor of the
Priptlst Church, will occupy the pulpit of
th: Horr.e Presbyterian Church to-day.
The metnU ra of the Current Topic Club
were entertained Wednesday evening at the
homt of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Moor-
Opens at tKe Busy Store To-Morrow Morning.
INVENTORY IS OVER AND THE DEPARTMENT BOOKS SHOW LOTS IN EVERY SECTION
that should have been sold, but were not. Some too expensive to move rapidly. Others pushed to
one side and neglected. But with the new order of things at the busy store ALL MUST GO, no
matter at what price or at what cost. If they don't go at this first tremendous reduction they'll he
cut again and again. The order has gone forth and Alonday will bs a GALA BARGAIN DAY HERE.
You Will Gladly Pay Double These Prices on Many of These Goods in September.
Dollar Taffeta Silks at 59c
Dollar Foulard Silks at 45c
10c Embroidery at 5c
Dimities and Lawns 5c
18c Curtain Muslins at 9c
Ten Dollar Silk Waists.. . .$3.98
Fifty-cent Waists for 19c
Eleven'dollar Hats for $3.4S
12ic Polka Dot Ducks 9c
SiX'dollar Curtains for $3.98
Dollar Shirtwaists for. 49c
Men's 25c Sucks, 2 pair for. 25c
$1.50 Outing Hats for 25c
45c Anderson Ginghams 25c
30c Mattings for 19c
The Lots Cannot Hold Out Very Long at These Prices
How Waists Are Alarked.
Choice of all our finest White Waists,
worth $0.75 to $1Q.1, for sJL
Ladies' 2-piece Lawn Suits, in blue and
black Polka Dots, with sailor collar,
worth. for Kl 11
India Linen Waist, with sailor collar
trimmed, worth $1.0), for IDo
Ladies' Percale Waists in dainty pat
terns, worth üOc, ior lUo
Fin Wool Blankets in summer
weights, with pink and blue bonier,
the $5.0 quality, for Sk
Manufacturers' samples in Cotton
Plankets. white and gray, not many
of a kind, but splendid values, for
98c for $5.00 Hats.
2S trimmed Hat in one lot for to-morrow's
selling that were made -to sell
for $0.50, $7.00, $$.75 and llJW. .
choice 8:t -IK
Another lot equally as good values in
comparison, Hats trimmed to sell for
&J..V1. H.oo and $4..V now only. ..J -io
Any Sailer in the store some are line
split Milan, f-ilk lined ami bought to
sell at $:i..7 to $5.M, now go foilfo
About 10 dozen Straw Outing Hats,
various styles and values, sonic were
$1.50. to-morrow 2-1 3
Rare Ribbon Sellino;.
All silk fancy Hair Ribbon, 5c and c
sorts, at 2 So
No. 1 Satin-back Velvet Ribbon, in
bolts of jO yards, sold at Ov.-Mon-dav
4 and 5-inch plain Taffeta Ribbon,
everv good shade, 25c and V'e
An Umbrella Special.
$1.00 Colored Silk rn.brella for 53.00.
All colors, close roll, ease ar.d tassel,
natural wood handles while they
last rs ..
The Silk Story.
Ends and lengths of Plack Taffeta
Silks, some long enough for skirts,
others for waists, warranted to wear
woven on edge, lengths from 3 to 11
yards. $1.00 silks, for rJ3
Odd lengths of Peau De Sole. Satin
Duchess-, Gros Grain. The ptices were
from bZc to $1.5; warranted to wear,
for -1 c
Yard-wide Plack Taffeta, warranted to
0 inches wide. $1.50, forOo
Yard-wide Plack Taffeta, Lyons fin
ish, oil inches wide, $1.25, for....J5o
All silk Satin Duchess, 27 inches v.ide,
$1.25, for UNO
Exclusive Dress Pattern lengths. J1.1D
and H.25. for TOo
22 odd pieces left of our 51.00 Foulards
for -Ti 5o
FO I "LARDS AND INDIAS
Choice of our 75c and S5c, for...Jo
Prettv designs, choice of 50c and f5e,
Laces and Embroidery.
Point De Paris Wave Laces, in white
and black, yard..', 'ZTy
Applique Wove iiir-e, 2 to 3 inches
wide, in black ami white, regular
lUle and 15e grade, yard 1
Point IV Paris Over Laces, black and
white, special, yard JJio
Good 5c Cambric Edging, for Monday,
30' Cambric Embroidery, 4 inches wide,
open work patterns, yard
The new duuble-oged Pending in em
broidery and lace, at ."o
T.c Polero P-.lt for TVTc
75c Chatelaine P;igs -TKo
2"o Turou oise Sash Pin 12()o
5e Turquoise Sash Pin
Buy Wash Goods Monday.
Dimities, white grounds with blrck
French Patlstes and Dimities, 22 inches
Pretty figured Lawns In colors ro
Ducks for skirts, blue stripes, plains
and dots lOo
Embroidered Swisses, 3Cc, mC,
French Satins and Foulards. 45c,
for '. lto
Imported Ginghams, the celebrated
Anderson plaids, for children's wear,
warranted fast colors, 45c ilCIo
Irish Dimities, 25c lio
French Mulls and Patlstes, 2ic,
for Iii Jso
Plack and White Swiss, em
Notion at Little Prices.
Stockinet Dress Shields
La rKe Pin Cubes
Purk's Cotton, spool
Darning Cotton, dozen
Copca Soap. 3 for
. .1 o
Hosiery and Underwear.
1ndif.s $1.50 and $1.25 fancy novelty
Llslc I lose tTTIo
Ladies' 500 fancy stri'ed and figured
Hose Z tCo
Children's fast black doubh-kn.-c
Ladus' $1.00 white and ecru Jersey
ribbed t'nion Suits C7t o
Ladies' .Vc shaped white Lisle Thread
Misses' 2."c long-sleeve Jcrsey-ribb.'d
white Vests lfo
.Monday .Saving Prices in the
MOSQUITO PAR. Tall 7-1 wide, all
shades, nore r served, vard -1o
TAPLE LINEN. imported. full 70
Inches wide, heavy unbleached linen,
factory ends, 2 to 3-yard pieces,
van l 1 o
LINEN NAPKINS, full bleached. i?tx20
inches, sample line. t for -IDo
Pleached I luck Towels. 01 inches Ion,
heavy weicht, each .7"o
Bleached Napkins, with frince. all
white, pure linen, full ilze, 0
loc Manifold Toilet Paper
Comforts with rulTles in light and dark
colors, pood quality of cotton, splen
did value for $J.25 TZ
Ore lot of very line Comforts with
satin borders, beautiful dv-sins. for
Monday only ?S Tri
Odd Comforts priced for Monday
1 i:3-J!l GO
Bleached Sheeting, soft finish, no
dressing, y-4 wide, yard ICo
Spool Cotton 200 yards Spool Cotton,
black and white, each spool lab Vd,
r for C5o
Fans Japanese Folding Fans, deco
rated, f for ro
Ladies' Vests, line ribbed, taped neck
and arms, 2 for l.'o
Toilet Soap, highly perfumed. 3 cakes
in a box. the well-known Carnation
Pink and Buttermilk Soap, 3 cakes
In each box, for lOo
Sofa Pillows, mixed feathers, l:xlS,
line cambric covering, each... lrc
Fairbank" s Santa Claus Laundry Soap.
The Advance Sale of Carpets and Draperies
Is a wonderful success; hundreds are taking atSvantaje of tfuse astonishing reductions in the new fall Carpets, Rugs and Curtains to purchass
now and have tlism delivered later on. There's a good, generous 25 per cent, saving during Augu t. Why not 'gct in?"
9x12 ft. big Tapestry Woven Rug, beautiful de
signs ami colors, with wide rich borders, regular
price 5 IS; August special $15.00
9x12 ft. Saxony Axuiinster Rug, Oriental and
flrral desi-'ii?", regular fJÖ Rug; August spe
300 Nubia Wilton Rugs, hanJsGiilc enough for any
purpose, sell regularly 2; August speciat $1.25
1,000 yards Linoleum, heavy grade, printed Scotch
' make, regular 60c; August special 4Sc
China a::d Jpan, any of our big stock, regular 'Jöc
and SOc Mattings; ugust special 19c
Irish - Point Curtains, plain fields, three styles,
double and single borders, full siz?, value f.;
advance sale price J2.9S
pairs Nottingham Curtain., mill remnants,
si iglilly imperf; ct, actual value $1 to 5 l.'JÖ; ad
vance sale price 25c
Stand Covers, fancy damask, yz yards square,
hinged all around, worth 1; advance sale
200 IVpaucl Screens, oak, mahogany or while
enatneleil, filled with choice Silkalines; advance
sale price 89c
40c Curtain Muslin, dimity stripes, in four differ
ent styles, ISc quality; advance sale price.... 9c
Some very handsome new Curtains, Swiss Point,
Saxony Brussels, Duchess and Arabian Parlor
Curtains, values $ltj-.V) to 2); advance sale
price $10.00 to $12.50
Imported Saxony and Cable-net Curtains, fell
during the midscason and are good value at ffi
and I; advance sale price $3.98
o0 pptterns new Drapery Silks. r,0 inches wide,
floral designs, cross stripes and Persian patterns,
regular value 7ÖC to Söc; advance sale price.. 50c
JEU. IP y'sisoaiL s Co IHEo JJ I 5
man. Mr. Frank Caldwell read a paper on
"Where Arc We At."
Mrs. William Cole returned last week
from a visit to friends in Madison.
Mr. W. S. Lail. of Denver, Col., is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Latl.
Mr. and Mrs. John Yaryen are visiting
the formers mother at Olio, Ind.
Miss Eva Chaney and Roy Chaney were
the guests of friends here last week.
Mrs Sarah Smith, of Jollet. is the uet
of her daughter, Mrs. Lewis S. JJreyer.
Mr,. Mary Buchter and daughter Bertha
are spending several weeks at Lake Manl
tou. Mrs W L. Jones and daughter, Mrs.
Kay lor, are visiting relatives near White
land. Master Ralph Dowries, of Edinburg. Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moor
man. Mr J M. Stiers, of Rushvllle. was the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. James Lall, last
Mr Henry, of Greeneastle, who was vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Crist, has returned
Mr II K. Hunfreville. of Waterville.
Kan.', is the guest of his cousin, Mr. Harry
Mis Jessie Beatty has returned from a
three weeks' visit with relatives, in Zanes
Mrs Mary Horton, of Louisville. Ky.,
will "come to-day to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs Hartford, who has been visiting
reUitlves here, has returned to her home
Misses Lucia Crane and Pearl Wlnter-
gust are visiting friends and relatives in
Mi's Maude Dale, of Noblesville. who
was 'the guest of Miss Maude Boyd, has
Mr and Mrs. Jeremiah Sprecklemeler
returned Tuesday from a visit with friends
and relative In Lebanon.
Th Rv. Daniel Sommers left last week
for eastern Pennsylvania, where he will
conduct a series of revival meetings.
Miss Nellie Brannon will return to-day
from several weeks' visit to friends and
relatives in Louisville and New Albany.
Mrs. James Pease and Mrs. Charles E.
Premmerman gave a lawn fete Wednes
day on the lawn of the former's residence,
iCi lsrn! sTeet. A musical and literary
prorumme was fciven.
Mrs. Matt Grfen is vilting relatives in
Miss Edna Russell is visiting relatives in
Mr. Harry Jons is visiting frlend In
. Mrs. E. A. Fulton Is visiting relatives
Mrs. Martha Straughn is visiting rela
tive in Plainfleld.
Miss Gertrude MeCready If, vlfltlng rela
tives in Terre J laute.
Mrs. Sherwood has returned from a visit
to relatives in Lir.tcn.
Ml Ethe'. Sieiwalt i - the guest of Myrtle
Jones in Terre Haute.
Misses Clara Heid and Vtra Sandcfur
have returned from a visit to friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Snell have moved to Ohio
for permanent residence.
Mrs. Rilla Truex is spending several
weeks In Columbus, Ind.
Mrs. Harry Winchell is visiting friends
and relatives in Anderson.
Mrs. Joseph Knapp, of Chicago, is the
guest of Mrs. A. B. Wood.
Mr. H. C. Modrell will return this week
after a visit to Martinsville.
Mrs. John Powell has returned from a
visit to relatives in Franklin.
Mrs. Mahala Bürge, of Frlendswood, is
the guest of Mrs. Joel Baker.
Mrs. W. W. Gibbs and daughter are vls-ltlngy-elatlves
in Rush county.
Mrs. George Leachman has returned from
a visit to friends in Greenwood.
Miss Nellie Copper, of Mooresville, Is
the guest of Miss Elsie Iladley.
Miss Tearl Crull has returned from a
visit to relatives in Brownstown.
Miss Ollle Stinson. of Bear's Lake, is
the guest of Mrs. Ernest Connor.
Mr. Roy Kellum has returned from a
visit to relatives in West Liberty.
Mrs. Lydia Paker, of Fillmore, Is the
guest of her mother, Mrs. Wühlte.
Mr. Horace Colvin has returned after a
short visit to relatives In Franklin.
Mr. John Crow has returned from several
weeks' visit to relatives in Chicago.
Miss Frances IMckerill is the guest of
Miss Edith Wheeler at Camp Acton.
Miss Kellar and Miss Latta. of Gasburg,
are the guests of Miss Essie Ramsey.
Mr. Samuel Williamron. of Franklin, Is
the guest of E. Williamson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cooney and daughter
are visiting relatives In North Vernon.
Miss Elsie Moschell and Miss May Mc
Mlnurty are visiting relatives In Roachdale.
The Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Stout left last
week for an extended trip to Yellowstone
Mrs. Lombard, of 'Spencer, who was the
guest of Mrs. Charlotte Reid. has returned
The Misses Jessie and Daisy Peine are the
guests of Miss Edith Wheeler at Camp
Mrs. Harry Riley and daughter Goldle
are visiting relatives and friends in Ver
sailles. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Denny have re
turned from a visit to relatives In Green
castle. Mrs. O. II. Qulgley will return this week
after a visit to relatives and friends in
Mrs. Knowlton has returned after spend
ing several weeks with relatives in Ver
Mrs. John Falconb'crry. who has been vis
iting relaties for some time in Glenwood,
Altert Wyekoff has returned to his home
In Loga::: -port afuT biting relatives and
Mrs. B. Wamsley. who ha? been visiting
relatives Mid friends here, will return to
day to Cincinnati.
Mrs. Hitti" P. 1 l et t and children, who
have been : .ting friends here, have re
turned to Oconee, 111.
Ml?? Helen Itobcr&on, who has spent tev-
eral weeks here with friends, has returned
to her home in Marlon.
Misses Lula and Imogene Hoss will re
turn to-day from several weeks' visit to
their grandparents in Feesburg, O.
TIME OF CHRIST'S BIRTH.
Astronomical Anthnrlty to Prove Hint
ClI.tnlnl, Wim Hie l)nr
To the Editor of the Indianaiolis Journal:
In an interesting recent article on "Au
gust planets," by John C. Dean, appears
this sentence: "It Is known that Christ was
not born at the winter solstice; shepherds
and their flocks could not have been in
the fields of Judea during the cold, rainy
season that then prevails." As Mr. Dean
Is an exponent of modern or up-to-date
astronomy, let us examine this statement
in the light of pure ancient astronomy,
attaching no importance to the climatic
point taken, for if regular pilgrimages
could be made, with the usual tent and
camp accompaniments of truch outdoor life,
and babes be born in mangers, the ilocks
cculd have done as well as they do in our
Oregon winters, probably more severe than
the Palestine article of 2.000 years ago. In
fact, they had no barns, fo their flocks
were out, and in a climate like that of
By the signs and constellations of the
primeval astronomy and the legends con
nected with them the Magi, those wise
men of the east, skilled astronomers and
the real founders of our religion (as far as
It could be founded by human beings),
knew of the advent of Jfsus in advance,
and that the Star of Bethlehem would
be their puide to the birthplace. Kepler,
the reat German astronomer, first pointed
out the remarkable Incidents of the heavens
that occurred stout this. time, and ad
vanced the opinion that they were the
starry phenomena which Influenced the
wise men. The calculations have been re
peatedly examined, latest by the examiner
royal at Greenwich, and pronounced cor
rect, thus attested by the best science, ar.d.
as Farrar says, "do not seem to admit of
denial." This rare event, for lack of space,
can be only briefly mentioned here. Those
desiring to pursue the study in lull may
find it in Rev. Dr. Seiss's erudite and de
vout "Primeval Astronomy; the Gospel in
There was In one year shortly before the
birth of Christ three conjunctions of the
planets Saturn and Jupiter, In May. in
October and December, a single one of
which In any yesr eacei.rdlng to Josephus,
Ant. II. 9, Sees. 2 and T, the Egyptian as
tronomers and the Jewish rabbisi al
ways presaged an Illustrious birth:
and these were ail In the sign of
1 he Fishes, which by common con
st nt. had been asism-d to the SthMs
anil Shemites of the l?raelitlrh people, this
triple conjunction thus Indicating the race
and Judea in which the new prince's birth
would ercur. The Star of Bethlehem had
n eared, and it was so bright that U could
l een by day. Ignatius, iilpp irchus and
Ptolemy write of it. It appeared In the
constellation of Coma, the st-cl.U sign of
the seoJ of the woman. Coma being tha
first d"can or attendant of Vlrso. the vlr
pm, the slsn of the virgin mother from
whom tiie divira -human rodecmer-klr.g
was to be born. Among the a-trenombj
lads, verified as above spokn of. we flr.d
that at the rree. hour of midnight at
the winter sortie, or last w. .; ,,f
ceniber, in the year of the birth of Christ,
the sign of VirRo wis Just riinr on the
eastern horizon. Jus, nine months earih r,
at midnight, it was on the meridian, with
the line running prui.-eiy an her bos
om, and Coma, the dgii of the nfant ac-
tompanying Virgo, was ;s d'.ieetly cm th
meridian. The ending of the "following of
the star" bv th Magi fa.-ans, of course,
when it became ertb .-.I. exactly ove rhead,
else the following would never cras; ami
when they halt d al th d. p well and
saw the pun rejlection of tl.' star on It
still watT it was dlnotly overhead nnt
they were at Rethhhe-rn arid soon said.
"We have seen his star and have come to
We thus know that Christmas I Jut
what it pretends to bo and what the world
celebrates, the exact anr.lv rsiry of the
birth of Christ, and in no unse th? in
gersolllan Roman feast of Saturn, or tli-3
breakup of winter, as claimed bv Mr. I)caa
in his artl?le. W. P. CLARKE, M. D.
Salt to rt Aldc A Will.
NOR WALK. O. Aup. 10. A suit to set
aside the will of Mrs. Augusta Dor n. who
left an estate of i.o'. was tlkd h ro
to-day. Th. suit 1 braght by Mrs. Mar
garet Parker. f Chicago, and Mrs. M ir
guerito McDonald, of New York Mrs.
Dören was tho widow of Dennis Dor n,
who wns superintendent f construction of
the Western Union T.Igr.iph Company.
The claim Is made that the will is tnjt
that of Mrs. Don n.
The wr-man who rea ls the' editorial X'ge
of the newspaper before she lo.iks at tho
marriage and d ath notices, i always ron
sidored by her friends to have very literary
l'liotoKrn phi ItftJ nc-rii.
13 to 23 per cent, reduction on all of our
hich-irrade photos during thl month.
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