TEA SERIES IS
SET FOR FRIDAY
Ten Local Bodies to Be Guests
i of Honor at Federation
second tea of a series given by the
■Women's Department club for the feder
ated clubs of the city will be “held Fri
day, Jan. 23, when the Irvington Fort
nightly, Independent Social, New Cen
tury, Aftermath, Welfare, Zetathea, Pres
ent Day, Sesame and Meridian Heights
Inter-Se clubs will be the honor guests.
The tea will be In charge of Mrs. J. W.
Criat and the following assistants: Mrs,
Robert Alexander, Mrs. Cornelius Alli
son, Mrs. EMzabeth Anderson, Miss Jose
phine Bauer, Mrs. Arthur Baxter, Mrs.
James Beattey, Miss Florence Beckett,
Mrs. J. Rand Beckett, Mrs. W. J. Beckett,
gMiss Fraitnis Beik, Mrs. C. W. Bell, Mrs.
yR. C. Bennett, Mrs. Jules B. Bessire, Mrs.
Bibler, Mrs. R. F. Bigger, Mrs.
MRank L. Blnford, Mrs. Roy G. Caylor,
Mrs, Harry O. Chamberlain, Mrs. J.
S. Chambers, Mrs. , Frank S. Chance,
Mps. F. F. Chanler, Mrs. A.
B. Chapman, Mrs. Jean Cheesebro,
Mrs. Thomas F. Davidson, Mrs. John
T. Day, Mrs. T. C. Day, Mrs. Charles
A. Edwards, Mrs. J. F. Edwards, Mrs.
L. G. Ferguson, Mrs. Edward Files, Mrs.
James E. Fischer, Mrs. Frank l'ishback,
Mrs. M. R. Barver, Mrs. Joseph L. G:iS
per, Mrs. Ffrank E. Gates, Mrs. Frank
E. Gavin, Mrs. William J. Hampton,
Mrs. J. H. Hamlett, Mrs. Harry L. Ham
mond, Mrs. Charles T. Hanna, Mrs. A.
W. Harmon, Mrs. Cordelia S. Harris,
Mrs. James A. Harris, Mrs. William H.
Hart, Mrs. Thomas P. Harvey, Mrs. Wal-'
t*r Jarvis, Mrs. Ed Johnson, Miss Cathe
rine Kiefer, Miss May Kennedy, Mrs.
Ralph Kennington, Mrs. Clinton L.
Lasher, Mrs. Alfred Lauter.' Mrs. .T. T.
Leeklider, Mrs. F. L. Lennox, Mrs. C.
L. MeElvalne, Mrs. .Tames L. Mclntosh,
Mrs. Oliver O. McClelland, Mrs. Frank
T. McQuiddy, Mrs. Felix T. Mc-
Whlrter, Mrs. C. F. Maas, Mrs. B.
E. McDonald, Mrs. Frank E. Ma
lott, Mrs. Harry. A. Mansfield, Mrs.
A. L. Neereamer, Mrs. C. F. Neu,
Mrs. W. H. Oakes, Mrs. George H.
Oilar, Mrs. Lowell H. Patterson, Mrs.
W. B. Paul,, Miss Augusta Paver, Mrs.
A. B. Pearson, Mrs. Morton C. Pearson,
Mrs. Harry E. Rasmussen, Mrs. Hugh L.
Raynor, Mrs. Joseph F. Reagan, Mrs. Ed
ward K. Reese, Mrs. Charles O. Reeve,
Mrs. Martin Rehfuss, Mrs. Frank Reiss
ner, Mrs. Harry A. Swartz r Mrs. John
E. Scott, Mrs. G. W. Seaton, Mrs. Charles
Sedwick, Mrs. C. H. Shearman, Mrs. W.
H. Shell, Mrs. E. F. Shideler, Mrs. T. N.
Shlmeer, Miss May Louise Shipp, Mrs.
Nannie Shirk, Mrs. W. A. Shireman, Mrs.
Luther Shirley, Mrs. Alice Sickler, Mrs.
Fred A. Sims, Mrs. J. Slate, Mrs. Albert
yjjnith, Mrs. Will J. Teter, Miss Mary L.
Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs
William Thompson, Mrs. George Van
Dyke, Mrs. Harry Van Osdol, Mrs., Oscar
Watkins, Mrs. A. L. Watters, Mrs.
Thomas L. Warner - Mrs. Carl Weaver,
Mrs. William Welch, Mrs. Charles B.
Welliver, Mrs. W. W. Wentz, Mrs. F. G.
West, Mrs. L. L. Norton, Mrs. Horace E.
Ryan, Mrs. Carl D. Spencer. *
All members of the Department club
are Invited to those teas.
Old Glory Society
to Give Musicale
The Oid*Glory society, G. A. R., of
which Mrs. Alex G. Cavins is regent, will
give a musicale Saturday afternoon, Feb.
7, in Hollenbeck hall, at the Y. W. C.
A. The proceeds will go toward the
childrens’ reading room at the public
library. Mrs. Lyndsay M. Rrown will
have charge of the musical program.
DEPARTMENT CUB ‘NOTES.
The Business Women's section of the
Women’s Department club will meet
Thursday evening at 8 o’clock when Miss
Kilmer will lead dancing. Miss
’Vivian Louise Bennett will give a read
ling and Mrs. J. J. Fitzgerald, vocalist;
Miss Florence Mitchell, pianist, and Kd
|wlsrd Meredith, violinist, will give a mu
* * •
The literature department will observe
Indianapolis day Wednesday when Mrs.
A. C. Hoss will talk on “Meredith
Nicholson” and Mrs. W. A. Pierson will
talk on “Booth Tarkington.”
* * •
The Psychical Research section of the j
club will meet Wednesday afternoon I
when a lecture will be given. Oriental j
day will be observed.
TaHoii ?:15- DAVID BEL * sco prices
mtldy 8:15 TIGER ROSE 50c to $2
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY
NIGHTS AND SATURDAY MAT. sl, $2, 52.50, $3
WEDNNSDAY MAT. sl, SI .50, $2, 52.50
Bust (M. tfU £etfAd. <a\
m Je:apdTi6 tSemeM&i&n
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The Irvington Home Study club will
meet Tuesday afternoon at the hotae of
Mrs. Frhuk T. Brown, 5855 LowelK ave
nue, when Mrs. Milton W. Mangus will
talk on the “Juvenile Court,”
* • •
Mrs. A. J. Clark, Mrs. George Schowe
and Miss Jessie Patterson will be the
hostesses Saturday afternoon when the
Magazine club meets. Miss Corlnne
Ryan,-830 South street, will talk
on “The Guilds of Florence and Their
Development” and Mrs. Harry Dragoo
will read a paper on “History of the
The Friday Afternoon Reading club
will meet next week at the home of Mrs.
'A. J. Barnes, 2330 North Ntew Jersey
I street. Mrs. Faul C. Curnlck will give
1 a book review on the “Tree of Heaven.”
,• * •
Mrs. J. H. Brill, 008 North New Jersey
street, will be hostess Thursday after
noon for the Aftermath club. Mrs. H.
R. Bayley will talk on “Benjamin
Franklin” and Mrs. G. M. Cornelius will
read a paper ob. "Electricity.”
• • •
The Irvington Tuesday club will meet
next week with Mrs. O. C. Neier, 5402
East Washington street. Mrs. - ' E. C.
O’Haver will read a paper on "Greece of
Today” and Mrs. W. A. Sweetman will
discuss "The Lost Atlantus.”
* • *
Mrs. E. F. Campbell, 624 North Illinois
street, will be hostess Monday afternoon
for the New Era club. Mrs. W. J. Temple
will give a talk on the “Policemen" and
Mrs. Charles Rosenberg will read a
paper on “Theodore Roosevelt.” Mrs.
Campbell will be assisted by Miss Mary
• * •
The Wednesday Afternoon club will
meet next week with Mrs. A. E. Shirley,
3020 North Illinois street. A Bible lesson
wiir be read and a musical program will
be given. Mrs. C. L. Hackerd will talk
• * *
The Heyl Study club will meet ..Tues
day afternoon at the Y. W. C. A., when
Mrs. J. F. Haines will talk on “The Fair
God.” Mrs. C. F. Neu win read chapters
14 and 15 of “A Mexican Journey” and
Mrs. Preston. C. Rubush will give current
events from the Independent.
• • *
The Philomathean club will meet Fri
day afternoon at the public library when
Mrs. Demarchus Brown will .talk on
Mrs. C. M. Gibbs, 408 North Bosart
avenue, will be hostess Tuesday after
noon for the Independent Social club.
• * *
Mrs. Demarchus Brown will give a lec
ture Monday afternoon at the meeting
of the Woman’s Research club, which
will be held at the home of Mrs. Lucius
0. Hamilton, 2011 North Alabama street.
• * •
The Century club will meet Tuesday
evening -nt the Metropolitan School of
Music when Quincy A. Meyers will talk
on “Some Reflections On the Malthusian
Orloff Trio to Give
The Orlofl Trio, with Russell Rlzer,
tenor, and Virginia Yeakle Rlzer, so
prano, will give a program of especially
selected classics In the Rainbow room
of the Hotel Severln Sunday night. The ;
dinner concert will Include “The Sol
dier’s Chorus,” and “All Hail Thou I
Dwelling Lowly,” from the opera
“Faust.” Among selections by the trio j
will be “Hymn to the Sun,” from “Coq j
d’ Or,” by Ramsley Korsakow. The j
concert will be given from 6:30 to 8:15 i
A man at sixty years of age is
either a failure or a success.
BEEGHAM’S PILLS have been
made for sixty years and have
sale of any medicine
in the world! Millions use
to Meet Friday
The regular monthly meeting of the
Indianapolis Franchise league will be
held Friday afternoon, Jan. 23, aC the
Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. T. C. Day
will be chairman In charge. Mrs# Robert
Huggins will have charge of the citizen
ship class and Carl Mote will give a talk
on “The High Cost of the Present Gov
ernment and the Need of a National
Budget System.” Mrs. Mary K, McNutt
will give current events, which will be
Matinee Us *1 '' "ZSP Attend the
Week Days W M HBH wKF A JEy T 1:30 Per
-500 Seats F ‘ kers fiO-IT’S CONTINUOUS I I formance
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Y i Entire New Show Tomorrow D
A I HOWARD & HELEN SAVAGE I O
Crack Shots and Daring 1 Sharpshooters
U I LANG & GREEN * I LOMBERTI I O
■ Harmony Singers | Xylophone King
The Dare-Devil of the Screen
E TOM MIX O
“The Feud” P
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1A Typical Drama of the Great Outdoors w
Where the Hearts Are Quick to Love
and Fingers Are Quick on the Trigger ALiJI
JLi Geo. Stanley &] Willing & Willing] Al
Wilson Sisters S vim mg •* •
Lin “Expelled From College” v How to Laugh
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I Lady Patrons of This Theatre Will Receive a Special
E/l Bargain Matinee Ticket for Our Broadway Theatre
| Good Monday, Wednesday of Friday.
, t 1 OJNfcSS*jJH ■ 15,:
NOON TILL 11 p.m.-CONTINUOUS SHOW
—ENTIRE NEW SHOW MONDAY—
Ifrlgi I LADIES’ SPECIAL BANG AN MATINEES I ifflii
jM£ MOHDAY—WEDNESDAY—FRIDAY 1 JpC
HP BIG FEATURES HP
ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF THE RIALTO THEATRE
—' "' *■ "■";■ ■ ■■— ' ■ "■ H ~i
£■ IS f* B|AIB 9 A Prices ETeni,l *. 50c > J2 > * 2 - 50 >
fc II AS Ha IV IB W '5% bargaipl matinees-
I 'monday" j Mall Orderr Now—Seal Sato TNnrnli i| 1
The Original Cast and Production and the Same Group of Broadway Belles
that caused Percy Hawaaond tn the Chicago Tribune to say in his review: “White
vies with Ziegfeld In the beauty of his women.’’ They are known to fame as the
50-BEAUTIFUL SCANDAL MONGERS—SO
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1920.
followed by the ceremony of punching
Indiana on the Yellow Ticket,
World 9 s Diamond
Supply Wagon Load
If all the diamonds "mined In history
and existing today as cut and polished
gems were gathered from the ends of the
earth, they would form a pile about as
large as a wagon load of coal dumped
on the sidewalk. The pile would eon
taipe 46,355,474 karats, and the gems
would weigh 10y 2 tons. "
Tl)e East Coast Fisheries will give a
demonstration Tuesday afternoon at 2
o’clock, when the South Side Housewives
league will meet in Sanders theater.
There will be an election of officers. The
report of the purchasing committee shows
that the Tenth Ward Housewives have
bought .81,500 worth of produce In the
last three months, the Christmas order
for nuts aha oranges being over S4OO.
I TEA FOR THREE I
■ Monday Evening, January 19, 8:15 P. M. Sharp I
January Seniors of Technical High School Present
THE ADMIRABLE CRICHTON
■ A Romantic Comedy by J. M. Barrie.
Saturday Night , la)ln^
4 Performances Only 50c, 75c, *l, $1.50
AMERICA’S GAYEST MUSICAL SHOW
DIRECT FROM ALL YEAR RUN STUDEBAKER THEATRE CHICAGO
WEEK MAnflaiff lAN Oft SEATS THURSDAY
BEGINNING mOllUay MAIL ORDERS NOW
•Wtiitt HIETBBLIC WAN#
THE LAUGH cf YOUR YOUNG SmTIM
iAKE b IfeoMJfe
ITS THE DARNDEST A ftf®
TDNNim tfUTJCAL SHOW
YOU HAVE EVER SEEN —
IT WILL MAKE YOUR GOUTY JS
OLD GJBAKDAD wL
WITH <JOY !!! - ~ t(D
SEATS MAIL ORDERS NOW
TL■•aoilnn * / -8 Ticket Office
lnursoay Send Along Something That Looks Merchants
2— Box Offices— 2 Like Money and Don’t Keat &
Forget the Tax. ' Light Cos.
Box Seats, $3.00. Orchestra, $2.50. Balcony, $2.00, $1.50. SI.OO. Matinee
Evem'o?Ail,Monday, FEBRUARY 2 SI
TheN.Y. Winter Garden Show HfinntP PriQfn lr J
18 SCENES—ISO PEOPLE—STAR CAST IvIIJIIIG UIIOIIJ IJ 1 A
WONDER BEAUTY CHORUS OF 75. B ’ W w TI
PRlCES—Nights (Except Saturday), $1.50, $2.00, $2.60. Saturday!
Night, SI.OO/ $2.00, $2.50, $3.00. Wednesday, Thursday, Matinees 60c, 75c,1
SI.OO, $1.50. Saturday Matinee, 75c, SI.OO, $1.50, $2.00. Mail Orders Now.l
Seat Sale 9A. M. Thursday, Jan. 29. Shrine Party Monday.
Kg Ipf Bn m f/A This ooupon and ten centb en-
W M A V . IB titles lady to reserved seat at
In tMl M 1 any Matinee during week.
GiIRLS—-GIRLS—GIRLS! with GEO. A. CLARK
That Versatile Cojgodian |
Bt* Beaaty of I SPECIAL SCJIDAV ONI.Y
GORGEOUSLY GOWNcjJpS GIRLS
IS TUBERCULOSIS SO FATAL
A DISEASE AFTER ALL?
Pr. Glass has post- *
tivo proof that he
has rilsoovered a
usr-d at homo, in '
any n'.imnte, with
no return of tha juy
ilippasa. Kor forth'r AK
fl2 ILA MMoJ AL—
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