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B? T /\ (1 Our New Year s Resolution -w- /*
r L.o. Ayres & Lo. L.o. Ayres c>Lq.
pet 1 "ear The Annual January White Sales
I Underpriced Offerings of Linens, Laces, White Cottons , Bedding, Etc. {
leached Crash Toweling
B At 23c arid 28c a Yard
||Htat of Steven’s ail-linen bleached crash for tea towels, January
lliilflA the yard.
gS|g|Hsand yards of all-linen bleached cra<h, u---d for tea tow. is,
and roller towels, at 28c the yard.
SMZp&nd yards part linen weft crash, bleached, with blue her
the yard.
crashes, 35c, 40c and up to 600 the yard.
jßgßffij cached crasll > w ith red border: !/>"" . arcs to *• i. at
■HTmen Huck Towels
hemstitched, at from 85c to 83.50 each.
HHBtton huck towels, guest siz<\ 83.00 tic ih-
■■■■otton figured buck towels. 17>.' in. : 83.75
levels and Table Linens
Street Floor Boot// —Friday
gSjgfeßtundred twenty dozen half-linen iur k towels, plain white
cd. 35C each, or $4.00 the dozen.
-BJet lace pieces, including doilies, centerpieces.
and scarfs, in the January sale, priced at from
§■• to $4.48.
MBS That Daintily Trim
g||H which will be on sale Friday, are particularly suitable for
children’s and infants' clothing and all are remarkably low
■pis and insertions in cambric, patterns in eyelet and blind de-
B 2 to 3 inches wide, at 25C the yard.
Bviss and nainsook edges and insertions to match—all Swiss needie
st, 2 to 5 inches wide, 25<* to 65C the yard.
Buried flouncing, for baby dresses, on fine batiste, embroidered in
■7 designs, to $1.50 the yard.
—Ayres—Street floor.
’Mmof a bride
i 'Sßeautiful Chrys is a
without a soul!
working yourself into li.v-4eri.-s,
said nob. rather sternly.
eRf was killed by aecident. not in-
V Remember that there's a differ
I was living right under our noses.
I time,” was my comment.
■ ought to have got away hours
Bald Bob. “I wonder way she hung
K here?”
■ intended to kill Don Manuel, I
P. i)oefc he still study Chrys’ strange
Kthretf a quick glance my way. He
■it til tell me nothing, but it ex-
Bay cariosity to the limit.
Bp} Tlrell me -how is she?” 1
■*iP M Tho explosion was enough
BpSgß dead. Di.l it waken Chrys?”
KBhß|:c you've got to know, dear.
' ' .RSf 11 >■ mind will never be quiei
. all of the truth.”
SHaftlEai. let me have it. If 1 .-ould
-• dreadful news about Rosa
agaWE ipped short, naif pari: lyre*
dread. At length, in a
fC,SMdded :
ba p k under those covers, niv
Rob spoke in his most
iV's Jgia.V. “Vow keep still, be a
JHHHirI and listen quietly. Chrys'
the window, naturally, when
explosion. The old place
SSmHWbought it was an earth(|tiake.
pKquent in this locality 1 un-
she hurried hark to her
*s*sSl s was sitting up in bed ! She
%2flto speak, I think front what
aft.lw-i' ll , but somehow her tongue
her brain!"
coulfln,t stand it to see her
awful that the nurse ran
the room. Her screams
tf * much in the e\-'ltetnent
suppose. Fortunately, dad
ug&jPmlnd 0,1 his daughter. Not
jtlßarthqtinke could upset dad. !
was nibbing to Chrys’ room
ipjSß investigated the hubbub out
\m- grabbed the nurse by one arm
her back with him. Chrys
*BBj>f bed. She was walkink erect,
■BC-’-lug a little from side to side!
PS* 1 her—supported her—spoke to
■ jittered. I remembered what Cor.
teis hail said would happen if Chrys
were shocked out of her strange sleep.
Already I had Rosalie’s death n my soul.
Was I responsible for something much
worse than death in the case of my sis
“Is she—only—a waking doll?” I whis
pered in dreadful awe of what Bob would
“Dad didn’t get whit had happened at
first. C’hrys knew him—she knew a good
deal, it appe-- She had had enough of
a bed for i while. She wouldn’t let dad
and the nurse put her back on her pil
lows. She insisted on sitting up in a
chair." Rob said.
; ‘‘You’re putting me off, Rob. You’re
[ not telling nie tbe worst. Is Chrys- an—
i an imbecile?”
“Not exactly. She is keen enough
about all of her old comforts and lux
uries. And- and she doesn’t care a fig
about anything else!”
“Then Certeis was right!” I exclaimed.
“Our Chrys—our beautiful, intellectual
Chrys is a woman without a soul?”
“If you want to put it so, I guess
you’re as near the truth as any of the
rest of us. Maybe she will seem her old
self, mentally when she gets back the
use of her tongue.”
“Her tongue is still paralyzed?” 1
"To put it briefly is to put it brutally,”
Rob replied, "Chrys is dumb!”
“And it’s my fault! It’s my fault!” I
wailed. “If only I could find a Prince
Charming to wake her with a kiss."—
Copyright, 1919.
(To Be Continued.)
Mary Lenox to Give
Recital on Sunday
Mary Lenox, piano pupil of Miss Bertha
Jasper, assisted by Edith Cox, pupil of
Nathan D. Davis, will give a recital Sun
day afternoon, Jan. 4, at 3 o’clock, at
Miss Jasper's studio, 909 South East
street. The program will be as follows:
Gnvotte Bach
Sonata .. Haydn
Adagio Rode
Serenade d’Ambrosio
Daphne. Valse Impromptu Crararn
“Children’s Ball” Westerhout
“With Graceful Steps” Reniird
“By the Brook” Boisdeffre
“Or'.entale” Cui
“Murmuring Zephyrs" Zen sen
"Shepherds and Shepherdesses”- .Godard
“Tarantella” Thome
NEW YORK, Jan. I.—Persons caught
in subway or elevated jams in the future
may phone home and explain their delay.
The company is installing groups ot
phones on each platform.
• Pattern Table Cloths
At $7.95, $8.95 and $12.50
Fifty all-linen pattern tablecloths, all pure Irish linen, size 70x70
inches; special for the January sale at $7.95.
All-linen satin damask pattern tablecloths, floral patterns, 72x72
inches, at $12.50 each.
Special all-linen satin damask pattern tablecloths, 2x3 yards; sale
price, $8.93.
Linen Napkins, $6.95 a Dozen
One lot of all-linen satin damask napkins, IX inches in size, for this
sale, $6.95 the dozen.
All linen napkins in half dozen and dozen lots; one-half dozen at
from $3.48 up to $10.00; one dozen lots at from $6.95 up td
$37.50 per dozen.
All-Linen Damask by the Yard—
Values Extraordinary
Bleached Irish linen at $1.69 the yard.
68-inch damask and 70-inch damask at $2.45 per yard.
70-inch damask at $2.93 the yd. 70-inch damask at $3.25 the yd.
62-inch damask at $4.28 the yd. 54-inch damask at $3.60 the yd.
81-inch damask at $5.40 the yd. 86-inch damask at $7.20 the yd.
Mercerized Damask—American Made*, and Irish
58-inch mercerized white cotton table damask at 630 the yard.
70-inch mercerized white cotton table damask at 83<? the yard.
70-ineh mercerized white cotton table damask at 95<* the yard.
70-incli mercerized white cotton table damask at. sl.lO the yard.
70-inch mercerized white cotton table damask at $1.19 the yard.
Fine Linens for Bedding
72-inch linen sheeting, at $3.50 t.lie yard.
Sl-inch linen sheeting, $3.50, $4.75 and $5.25 the yard.
00-inch all linen sheeting, at $5.50 the yard.
All-Linen Pillow Tubing
Thirty-six inches wide at $1.30 and $1.75 the yard.
Forty inches wide at $2.25 and $2.75 the yard.
Forty-two inches wide at $3.00 the yard.
Forty-four inches wide at $1.95 the yard.
Special Colored Table Damask
Red, blue and buff, 60 inches wide, at $1.15 the yard.
Fifty pieces Red Diamond diaper cloth, 20 inches wide, 10 yards
to a bolt, sale price, $1.85 the bolt.
Daughter of French
Premier to Speak
Here on Her Country
' -j- I
/cluHQtawOOl) yf UWQiy O ’
Under the auspices of the Alliance
Francaise a lecture will be given by Mme.
Clemenceau Jacqueinaire Wednesday eve
ning. Jan. 14, at the Masonic temple.
Mme. Jaequemaire, who is the daugh
ter of Georges Clemenceau, French pre
mier, is well known by her contributions
to leading periodicals on French social
topics. During the war she devoted her
time to Red f’ross work. In her latest
book, “Les Homines de Bonne Volonte,”
she his given a graphic description of
scenes and incidents in the Red Cross
hospitals at Verdun and Cantigny, where
she served as a nurse.
Mine. Jaequemaire will lecture on “The
Soul of France.” Tickets may be ob
tained at the Alliance Francaise head
quarters, ISVj North Mercian street.
TIMES, 1,1920.
An evolution in special selling of all merchandise answering to this broad grouping includes linens, white
goods, bedding, laces, embroideries, and the like.
Invoicing in the various white goods departments has been completed, and to the splendid large stocks on hand will be
added fresh, new merchandise as it arrives from day to day.
Paralleled to our own invoice should be the “invoicing” by every housewife of her personal and household linens; con
temporary with our price-cut offering of white goods should be her replenishing.
Low Prices Predict Speedy Selling i
Every item listed below speaks eloquently of a lowered price. It is a conservative statement to say that during this sail
white goods or linens may be bought for as small a price as at any time during the entire new year, and, in most cases, at 1
considerably smaller price. * 1
Besides the impressive prices on table linens, you will be tempted to buy generously of the 10-yard bolts of lingerie cotton]
the prices of which are now at “bed-rock.” \
tj=-- ==>
Society jyews
~- ■ J
Miss Leona Griffith and Miss Mabel
Marehall, assisted by Miss Helen Griffin,
entertained last evening with a watch
party at the home of Miss Griffin, 3147
Graeeland avenue. The rooms were dec
orated with artificial snow, cedar and
holly. Large sprays of mistletoe were
also used. The appointments were car
ried out in the holiday colors.
The guests included Miss Helen Barfh,
Miss Berniece Reid, Miss Laura Me ller,
Miss Vlea Head, Miss Lucille Kincade,
Miss Hazel Cottrell, Charles Heathcoe,
Clarence Holding, Claud Reynolds, Otey
Bente, John Ilizer, Van Vancleve, Ed
ward Brady, Bill Wundram, Paul Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roberson, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. Rex
Hall, Earl and Leland Carson of Nobles
ville and Miss Sarah Worley of Chicago.
* * *
The members of the Delta Delta Rho
sorority were entertained with a Christ
mas party Tuesday evening at the home
of Miss Merle Gosney, 2150 College ave
nue. The rooms were decorated with
Christinas bells and greenery. The mem
bers of the sorority are Miss Gosney,
Miss Irma Hicks, Miss Anna and Miss
Maude Burns, Miss Elizabeth Vail, M’ss
Shirley Colman, Miss Ruth Nickels, Miss
Josephine Oassad.v, Miss Edith Wake
land and Miss Helen Hayes.
* * •
The marriage of Miss Ruth Stewart
Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John N.
Ward, 114(1 West Thirty-sixth street, to
Duncan MeDougall took place last night
at the home of the bride, Rev. George
M. Smith officiating. Pink roses and
white narcissus were used in the decora
tions. The altar was formed of palms
and ferns and lighted by tall cathedral
candles. Preceding the ceremony Miss
Goldie Dressier sang “At Dawning” and
“Mavis” and Miss Helen Hollingsworth,
violinist, played "I Love You Truly”
and “Believe Me, If All Those Endearing
Young Charms.” For the processional
the Mendelssohn “Wedding March” was
used. The bride wore a gown of white
taffeta with an overdress of white tulle
and silver lace. Her tulle veil was caught
with orange blossoms and she carried a
shower bouquet of Bride's roses. Miss
Martha MeDougall, sister of the bride
groom, and Miss Irene Ward, cousin
of the bride, bride's maids, wore pink
taf’eta frocks and carried pink roses
and Miss Kathryn Doan of Oak Park, IIL,
Longcloth and Nainsook
At January Sale Prices
10-yard bolts of longcloth, 36 inches wide,
January sale, $2.10 the bolt.
10-yard bolts of longcloth, a very fine quality
(two pieces), 36 inches wide, 10 yards, $2.48.
10-yard holts of longcloth, a fine smooth
weave, sale price, $2.95.
10-yard bolts of longcloth, 36 inches wide,
10-yard bolts longcloth, 36 inches wide, $3.95.
10-yard bolts of sheer, fine nainsook, 36 inches
wide, $3.95 per bolt.
10-yard bolts of a finer quality of nainsook, 36
inches wide, $4.75 the bolt.
That Most Attractive of Trimming
For this great sale we have reduced many choice laces to
unheard of low prices. All are good patterns, all best qual
ity and all exceedingly good to look at.
Black net flouncing with attractive thread designs, 32 inches wide,
for dresses or blouse, reduced to $3.00 the yard.
Margot flouncing in cream, white, rose, cherry and taupe, beautiful
for evening dresses, 30 inches wide, at $2.00 the yard.
Oriental flouncing, in white, 34 inches wide. Flouncing with gold
thread design, two-tone effects, assorted widths, at $1.50 the yard.
All-over metal lace in gold, silver arid antique, 16 to 20 inches wide,
for hats, vestees and other trimming purposes, at $1.50 the yard.
Brassiere laces of linen weft, all real Cluny designs, remarkably
low priced at 20<* the yard.
Cotton Cluny laces, of attractive designs, for curtains, bedspreads,
fancy work of all kinds, priced at the yard.
Val. laces for the early spring sewing, splendid patterns and quality
(the last we will have), at the yard, in narrow and medium widths.
Real Irish Picot edge, at the yard.
Real Filet Picot, at 300 the yard. —Ayres—Street floor.
maid of honor, wore blue taffeta and
carried pink rosea. The ceremony was
followed by n reception. Mr. and Mrs.
MeDougall have departed on a wedding
trip and ufter Jan. 15 will be at home
in the Spink apartments, 1249 North Illi
nois street. The bride traveled in a suit
of wine colored duvetyn with a hat to
match. Among the guests were Mrs. H.
H. Taft, of Holton, Ind., Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Nagle of Ft. Thomas, Ky., P. F.
Ward of West Point, Mo., and Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Shockley of Morris Hill, Mo.
* • •
Tbe following list Is of additional box
holders for the kindergarten ball, which
Is to be held tonight at the Claypool
hotel: Mr. and Mrs. James Bingham,
Mr. and Mrs. Webster A. Bingham, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert G. Snider and Mrs. Kath
erine Kidder, who will occupy one box;
Mr. and Mrs. John Downing Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Stucky, Mlsg Jose
phine Harmon and Charles Hadley In
another; Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Williams
with Mr. and Mrs. Evans Woollen and
John Downing Johnson, Jr.; Mrs. Charles
B. Henderson and Mrs. W. IV. Winslow.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Elder will
receive Informally this afternoon trom 4
until tl o’clock In honor of Vice President
and Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, at their
home, 921 North Delaware street. The
vice president and his wife will attend,
earlier in the afternoon, a reception given
Uy the Caroline Scott Harrison chapter,
D. A. R., at the home of Mrs. Eugene Dur
rach, 1502 North Meridian street.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Rlsner will de
part Saturday for Chicago, where they
will make their home.
• * *
The Kappa Alpha Theta sorority will
keep open house this afternoon from 3
until 6 o’clock at 52 South Audubon road.
No Invitations have been lsfied.
* * *
C. R. Holmes of New York and J. W.
Holmes of Grand Rapids, Mich., have
returned home, after a short visit with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Holmes,
920 Jefferson avenue.
• • •
Miss Thelma Powell and Miss Winifred
Terry will receive informally this aft
ernoon from 3 until 5 o’clock at the
home of Miss Terry, 4401 North Pennsyl
vania street.
* * •
The ytllf -Pule! club will meet on Fri
day afternoon at the home of Mrs. 8. S.
Bragg. 2002 North Illinois street.
*,• •
The Yanasse club was entertained last
evening at the home of the president.
Miss Emma Fessler, with a pretty holi
day party, the two honor guests being
Miss Emma Meyer, who has returned
from Pensacola, Fla., where she was en
gaged In work for the United States
navy, and for Miss Frieda Uhl, who has
returned from the east, where she was
attending school. The decorations and
appointments were carried out in the
holiday colors,
• • •
I Miss Leona Coons entertained Wednes
day with a pretty bridge party in honor
of her house guest, Miss Katherine Tal
bert of Vincennes. The color scheme
was carried out In the holiday colors.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. John Appel have gone to
Chicago to spend the week end with
• • •
Miss Ursula Cox has gone to Miami,
Fla., where she will spend the remainder
of the winter with her aunt, Mrs. George
R. Strong.
• • •
It was erroneously announced Tuesday
that Mr. and Mrs. Armand Rankin were
to be chaperones last evening at a dance
given In Weber's hall.
* • •
Mrs. Emma Powers, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Lottie Bochncr,
1707 Broadway, has returned to her home
In Vincennes.
MB. SMITH’S—WiII Rogers In “Jubllo.‘
COLONIAL—Eugene O’Brien in “The
Broken Melody.”
REGENT—William Fnrnum In “The Last
of the Dnanes.”
ALHAMBRA—BiIIie Burke In “Wanted—
A Husband.”
ISlS—“Behind tbe Door.”
ClßCLE—Douglass'Fairbanks in “When
the Clouds Roll By.”
OHlO—Clara Kimball Young In “Eyes
of Y'outh.”
-I- .1. -I.
The story of “Eyes of Youth,” which
comes to the Ohio today for a ten-<Jays
stay, concerns the problem of knowing
(he right thing to do—whether to sac
rifice one’s happiness for others or to
choose the career that means the soul’s
highest development. Clara Kimball
Young Is the star In this film, which is
said to be her bent production.
-I- -I- -I
Douglas Fairbanks, who Is being scc n
this week at the Circle in hi* latent pic
ture, “When the Clouds Roll By,” says
that his real pleasure in life is In try
ing out new climbing and jumping
-I- ± -I
The story of “Jubilo.” with Will Rog
ers In role, now showing at
Domestic Cottons !
Big Cotton Batts for Comforts
A remarkable value are these 3-pound bleached white cotton batta,
running full comfort size, priced at 89<*.
At 29<, bleached canton flannel.
Bleached Mattress Protectors
At $3.65, 36x76-inch single bed size.
At $3.98, 42x76-inch, three-quarter bed size.
At $4.48, 54x76, double bed size.
White Ripplette Dimity Quilts
At $2.75, 72x90-inch, twin bed size. ' 1 '
At $2.98 , 80x90-incb, double bed size.
At $3.25, 90x90-inch, extra bed size.
At $4.50, fine white satin spreads, plain hemmed, twin bed size.
At $3.25, white crochet spreads, scalloped and cut corners, twin
bed size.
At $7.50, 12 spread sets, twin bed size, spread with sham to
match, scalloped and cut corners.
At $7.75, 15 large double bed size satin damask spreads with scal
loped and cut corners.
At $13.50, extra large satin spreads, shams to match, both scal
White Blankets
At $7.95 a pair, wool blankets, double bed size, pink and blue bor
ders, yarn edge.
At $8.75 a pair, white Beacon double warp blankets with colored
Greek key borders, full size.
Bed Sheets and
At $1.69, 63x99 Fort Mill sheets.
At $1.79, 72x99 Evertuft sheets.
At $1.45, 54x90 Pepperell sheets.
At $1.95, 81x90 Klnwood sheets.
At $2,25. 81x99 Kinwood sheets.
At $1.89, 81x90 New Era sheets.
At $2.19. 81x90 Mohawk sheets.
At 39<*. 42x36-inch bleached pil
At 43C. 45x36-inch bleached pil
At 48<*. 42x36 and 46x36-inch
Kinwood pillowcases.
At 60<, 42x38% El-Es-A pillow
At 65<L 50x38% El-Es-A pillow
Mr. Smith’s, Is a simple one of honor
and pathos. In spite of the train rob
ber, the shooting and two rattling good
fights It could never be truthfully
branded a melodrama.
-I- -I- -I
A modern shower bath, complete In
every detail, had to be constructed for
Billie Burke recently in the motion pic
ture studio. A scene in her latest pic
ture, “Wanted—A Husband,” which Is
tbe attraction at the Alhambra today
and for the rest of the week, required
her to shiver and dance under an ice
cold shower bath, nnd Miss Burke is an
ardent advocate of reajism.
-I- -I- -I
An ingenious play of shadows is em
ployed In "Behind the Door,” the Isis
feature the last of this week. The story
tells of a terrible revenge inflicted by
a wronged husband upon the man who
mus responsible for the death of Ms
wife. Hobart Bosworch and Jane Novak
have the leading roles.
Epworth League
Cabinets Dined
The Indianapolis district, Epworth
league cabinets, were entertained last
night with a dinner at the home of Miss
Esther Suliivan, 2043 Hazel street. The
members of the two cabinets, of which
Homer Enlow is president, were present.
They organized and adopted the name
“Homerlans” of the Indiana district, Kp
worth League Alumni association. Miss
Hazel Funk was elected president and
Lewis Horton, secretary. A committee
was appointed on constitution and pins.•
The business session was followed by
a loving cup and the grip. The eve
ning was spent In games and stunts. I
After midnight a short devotional service
was given.
Wrinkles in silk waists, mussed from
being packed in a traveling bag, or ly
ing in a drawer, may be easily removed
without ironing, by shaking out and
hanging over a hot radiator or registet
for a few minutes. The steam makes
the wrinkles disappear as If by magic.
Fine Heavy Sheeting
Sterling Bleached Sheeting
At 75£, 10-4 soft finished*
bleached sheeting.
At 95<E 8-4 soft finished Dwight!
Anchor sheeting.
At 98<*. 9-4 Dwight Anchor!
At sl.lO. 10-4 Dwight Anchor
Ard-Pequot sheeting.
At 55&, 42-inch Pepperell tubing.
At 69<E 42-inch Pequot tubing.
At 58<, 45-inch Brunswick tub
At 19£, 36-inch bleached cam
At 35<E 36-inch Seal of Indiana
At 38<*. 36-inch Cloth of Gold
—Ayres—Second floor.
Unused Linen Kept *1
White With BluiM
Newly embroidered linens may be
In their original whl';r; ja until neJßf
for use, by dipping them In very blu?
water after washing. When dry they!
should be folded without ironing and
put away. When the time comes to uae
j them they must be washed again and
will come out as freshly as when first
Can Use Shoe Horn .
to Put on Rubber A
Time and temper may be saved In p’M
ting on children’s tight rubbers by usiH
a shoe horn. In the same way, in
case of tight shoes, the horn may H
slipped in next to the leg, in buttonlM
the top of the shoes.
Indianapolis people will
prised how quickly simple wHg'jj
hazel, camphor, hvdrastis,
mixed in Lavoptik eye wash,
bloodshot eyes and dark rings.
young lady who had eye trouble
very unsightly dark rings
lieved by a single week’s ‘
Lavoptik. We guarantee a smagiß
tie to help ANY CASE weak,
or inflamed eyes.
FREE. Henry J. Huder, dr ", -
WvJJ W c P\\oi OddfturiM/Sf ’
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