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K. OF C. COUNCIL
TO INITIATE 30
First Degree Class to Be Ob
ject of Ceremony.
—Thirty candidates will be giTen first
degree work In the Indianapolis Conn
ell, Knights of Columbus, at the lodge
home tonight. A theater party has been
arranged for Friday night In honor of
the 1-st two classes to receive the sec
ond and third degrees in May and Octo
ber.
The lodge is now planning for the an
nual Thanksgiving dance to be given at
the Athenaeum Thanksgiving night.
Those who are to receive the first de
cree tonight are: B. J. Bickel. Norman
J. Blessing, Earl H. Buckhorn. John Wil
liam Duggan, Joseph C. Egart, Thomas
G. Evard. W. P. Flynn, Frank A. Grltt,
Peter M. Hamilton. J. H. Jenkins. James
H. Kenney. Raymond C. Kuni. William
T. Miller, Robert E. Monahan, James J.
Xnughton, Francis Cavanaugh O'Brien,
John F. O’Brien. Robert Earl O'Brien,
Chvistooher A. Pettit Arthur Salmon. Ed
mnnd P. Sanborn, Timothy Shea John
James Sweeney, Maurice K. Uehline,
Thomas J. Walsh. J. Norman Nlcolay,
Charles M. Ball, Carl A. Bordenkecker,
John W. Ward and Leo H. Backs.
f Society &l
Miss MI riant Wilson es North Pennsrt.
vai.ia street is passing a fortnight In St.
Louis.
• • •
Miss Marie Recker, Mrs. A. Weller and
Robert Weiler of Vincennes, who have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Bohnert, 242 North State avenue, have
returned home.
• • •
Miss Thais La Zare and Miss Irene
McKay, members of the Sinbad company,
are the guests of Miss La Zare’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester La Zare, 409
North Hamilton avenue.
• • •
Mrs. H. Epstein, 2301 West Washing
ton street, will be the hostess for twenty
five tables of “500” Wednesday for the
benefit of the ladies' auxiliary of the
Talmud Torah.
• • •
Sigma Delta Phi Sorority girls will
give a thenter party tonight at the Murat.
In honor of their pledges, Miss Edna Mc-
Quillan and Miss Josephine Orreal. On
Wednesday night a guest meeting will
be held at the heme of Miss Leona Griffin,
3147 Graceland avenue.
• • •
Mrs. Anna Berner, 3420 Broadway, an
nounces the engagement of her daughter
Anna to Clifford J Williams. The wed
ding will be solemnized at the home of
the bride’s mother Dec. 25.
• • •
Ar. Informal reception Is being planned
by t.he Drama League to be held Friday
afternoon at the Herron Art Institute in
honor of Gregory Kelly and Ruth Gor
2. n. who will appear In ’’Clarence” In
city the latter part of the week.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Elliott, 17 West
Twenty-Eighth street, announce the en
gagement of their daughter Winifred to
Walter F. Myers. The wedding will take
place la the spring.
• • •
• .Professor Spencer of Franklin College
wilsi read a paper before the Century Club
.tomorrow night. This is the first meet
ing on the season and will be held In the
Metropolitan School of Music. William
H. Henry- is president of the organiza
tion and J: Burdette Little, secretary.
• • •
An interesting program was given at
the Women's Notary Club luncheon to
day. which was held i n the Florentine
room of the Clayjhool Hotel. Capta'n
Thomas E. Halls c.f the United States
Secret Service told of SO me of bis exper
iences in his work, ano g group of num
bers was sung by the “Rotary Quartette.
• • •
Louis Barth. 301(1 I\enj woo d avenue, Is
passing a few days nea r Anderson.
The business women’!, section of the
Woman's Department will enter
tain with a dinner In the Athenaeum
Friday night. Mrs. D jren* Schrimsher
is In charge of reservsf!i ons
Mrs. W. C. Bobbs, 170 North Delaware,
entertained with a tefy, this afternoon for
her guest. Mrs. Alexander Grossett, of
Riverside, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner, 2320 Now-
avenue, the engagement of
flvt ’ daughter, Miss E'.Ta. to Floyd F.
The wedding will take place
%ffAjynksgiving day.
• • •
gEimyeg of the Gatling Gnn Club will
Rfnn> social meeting tonight in the
SRHeuse. 707 North Illinois street. Ro>*
Gulch,” the play to be
XfHfrd by the club, are to be assigned.
• • •
w Phi Delta Theta will give Its annual
Thanksgiving alumni banquet In the
chapter house Nov. 24.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Stockwell, 4018
North Pennsvlvunta street, will leave this
week for California, where they will pass
the winter.
• • •
Mrs. Pearl Cone and son, William J.
Cone. 4060 Park avenue, who have been
passing the week-end in North Vernon
have returned home.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. George Leonard Sauer
entertained with an informal “at home”
for members of Omega Phi Sigma in their
new home, 1400 North Bellvue Place.
Mrs. Housewife ,
Know?
1. What is meant by "Pot-au-feu 1”
2. How to make beef Juice for Infants
or aenemlc adults?
3. How to remove Ink from rugs and
carpets?
(These questions will be answered to-
Trvirrnw by the Housewife).
ANSWERS TO SATURDAY'S QUES
TIONS.
1. The sllve tree wes known from
earliest timA.s throughout the Mediter
ranean reglcn.\ The name for olive tree*
and oil in Greek are similar, as the first
oil was olive oil.
2. Cake anil bread should be thor
oughly cooled before putting them away
If they are put aWay warm the water
in them condenses and makes them soggy.
1 3. To make a mustard poultice mix
[flour to a soft paste with warm water
jtnd mix with twice as much dry mustard
Iss Bour. Put in a bag of sterilized
intn.—Copyright, IPDO.
mthenaeum ‘Gym* to
mHold Bazfiar Dec. 3-4
bazaar is to be given Dec. 3 and 4
Athenaeum gymnasium for the
of the classes to be sent to the
Phonal gymnastic and athletic tourna
ment in Chicago. There will be booths
Br fancy work, canned goods and Christ
ens cakes. A feature* „f the affair will
Be the giving away of an automobile.
|%k)ct Warrior A grain
Nov. 15.—-Gabrieile D’Annunzio
the .'islands of Arbe and
CjeJHi in defianc* of the Italian-Jugo
4&]Bn treaty settling tha Adriatic dis-
The islands are directly south of
rjfej - which Was made an independent
treaty.
A n n uuzio government aroused
v support of the Flume
fjf'F denouncing the Santa
reaty '
declared his plans had The
- ?Sd r3SBUi u ; ra i Milo of the Italian
JAUNTY STREET FROCK.
There is black braid and gold thread
to trim this frock of navy blue velours.
The standing collar which Is bound with
braid Is an unusual feature. Extra
width Is given the skirt by fluted panels
at the sides A tucker or lace fills In the
low-cut neck.
Granted Injunction
Against Her Husband
Special to The Times.
KOKOMO, Ind., Nov. 15.- Declaring in
her complaint for a divorce that her hus
band has been in bed a week with his
clothes on, owing to intoxication, Maude
Smeltzer has secured a restraining or
der against Herman f melizer to prevent
his selling their property, cursing her. or
personally Injuring her. as he is said to
have threatened to shoot her.
Meetings
The George 11. Thomas Woman’s Relief
Corps. No 20, will entertain Thursday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. James F.
Aldridge, 1139 College avenue.
Irvington Temple 411, Pythian Sisters,
will give a card party in the tail, 1322
Audubon road, tomorrow evening.
• • •
The Woman’s Forrester Club will give
a card party Wednesday in the Catholic
Community House. Hostesses will be
Miss Elizabeth Mellen, Miss Mary Laf
fey, Miss Elizabeth Thomas and Miss
Margaret Weidolf.
• • •
A card party will be given tomorrow
night at Musicians' Hall by the Only
Euchre Club.
• • •
Ladles* Auxiliary of the South Side
Turners will give a card party Wednes
day afternoon at their hall.
The Altar Society of Our Lady of
Lourdes Church will entertain with a
card and lotto party in the assembly
room of the church tomorrow evening.
A DELICIOUS, satisfying,
nourishing food for chil
dren. Give them plenty of
National Bread with butter or
jam. The milk content means
superb flavor. The other
wholesome ingredients pro
mote sturdy growth. Baked in
pound-and-a-half loaves. Get
one today for anew bread treat.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Tbs Sad EsgU Wrapper Meant National Braad
Famous Old Recipe
for Cough Syrup
I Baelly and cheaply made at home, j
but it beats them sQ for
quick results.
R ■
Thousands of housewives vA
have found how to save two- \\\
thirds of the money usually \\\
spent for cough preparations, by \\\
using this well-known old recipe \\
for making cough svrup. It is
simple and cheap but it has no
equal for results. It gives imme
diate relief, usually stopping an
ordinary cough in 24 hours or less.
Get 2Vi ounces of Pinex from
any druggist, pour it into a pint
bottle, and add plain granulated
sugar syrup to make a full pint.
If you prefer, use clarified molas
ses, honey, or corn svrup, instead
of sugar syrup. Either way, it
tastes good, keeps perfectly, and '
lasts a family a long time.
It’s truly astonishing how quick
ly it acts, penetrating through
every air passage of trie throat
and lunge—loosens and raises the
phlegm, soothes^and heals the
membranes, and gradually but
surely the annoying throat’ tickle
end dreaded cough disappear en
tirely. Nothing better for bron
chitis, spasmodic croup, hoarse
ness or bronchial asthma. Jr
Pines is a highly coneen- A j
eentrated compound of Nor
way pine extract known the
world over for its healing j I
effect on membranes.
Avoid disappointment
bv asking your drug- J?/
gist for “27. ounces of -a
Pinex” with full direc
tions and don’t accept jgfP&iSSP
anything else. Guaran- erijShKjs
teed to give absolute
satisfaction or money
refunded. The Pinex
Cos., Ft. Wayne, Ind. :22Jp|pR2jg
PINEX
for Coughs JL.
SHRINERS PLAN
FOR PILGRIMAGE
Feast to Mark Initiation of
Large Class.
Donning a white apron and cap, Bob
Zehllche 1s presiding over the big kitchen
at Murat Temple completing plans for
the feeding of hundreds of Shriners who
will attend the last Shriners’ ceremonial
of the year at the Temple Friday. The
banquet will he served at 4 o’clock Fri
day afternoon and for the occasion,
Zehllche has ordered thHt a flock of
chickens be executed at sunrise on the
morning of Nov. 19, and that their re
mains be smothered In steaming gravy
and decorate with oysters.
Zehliche nR past master at the art of
serving banquets to his fellow Shriners
and this moslem feast is expected to ex
cell all of Ids former banquests. The
banquet is not the chief feature as a
irage class will make the pilgrimage to
Mecca.
The Initiation is to be preceded by a
show which is being arranged by a com
mittee headed by Paul Dickey who will
bo aided by Elmer F. Gay, Frank A.
Holmes, Roltare Eggleston, Robert L.
Elder, Odisa Porter and W. I. Hall. The
show will be In the nature of an elaborate
spectacle.
Several hundred candidates are ex
pected to undertake the long Journey
over the hot sands. Charles S. Barker,
recorder, will receive petitions of can
didates at the Shrine tonight, but peti
tions will be received up to 1 p. m. Fri
day.
*Boarding House
Is Contributory
Cause of Divorce’
ST. LOUIS, Nov. IB—The tendency of
married couples to seek hotels and board
ing houses, to evade the burdens of
housekeeping, is a contributory cause of
divorce. Rabbi Leon Harrison told hia
congregation In Temple Israel here, in
discussing "Why Many American Mar
riages Are Failures."
"The spirit of selfishness and unmother
llness that’chooses the homelessness of
boarding houses and hotels, instead of
the sweet seclusion of the fireside, and
brings up little ones In that public at
mosphere rather than assume the cares
and gain the sanctity and privacy of a
home—such a spirit reveals the hard sel
fishness that prefers a pretty and Indo
lent ease to domestic traditions and du
ties, and coarsens alike parents and chil
dren by shriveling the pitiful apology
for a home into a mere lodging place ard
eating house." he said.
“What wonder, then, when tacit obli
gations assumed are shutneiiessly de
clined. when whim and caprice and sel
fish ease crowd out the willing service of
love and the glad sacrifice of duty, that
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LflfoummNC to W_ M
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25% to 40% 1
Reductions cn |
Women s Clothing |
$9.50 to jj
KINS GLADLY
WELCOMES
CHARGE
S ACCOUNTS 1
Kwvmw I
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Aged, Wrinkled Faces
Easiy Rejuvenated
An aged face Is often only a mask to
a comparatively youthful person. Be
neath is a countenance young and fair
to look upon. It's a simple matter to re
move the mask. Ordinary mercolized
wax, to be had at any drug store, grad
ually absorbs the worn-out surface skin;
in a wek or two the user has the love
liest pinky White complexion imaginable.
An ounce of the wax usually is sufficient
to complete the transformation. It ia
put on nt night like cold cream and taken
off in the morning with warm water.
This remarkable treatment is Invariably
effective, no matter how muddy, sallow
or discolored the complexion. Freckles,
moth-patches, liver spots, pimples, black
heads and other cutaneous blemishes,
naturally vanish with the discarded akin.
To remote wrinkles and flabbiness,
here is a recipe that cannot be too highly
recommended: Powdered saxollte, one
ounce; dissolved In witch hazel, one-hnif
pint. Use as a wash lotion.—Advertise
ment.
BON-OPTO
Sharpens Vision
Soothes and heals the eyes and strength
ens eyesight quickly, relieves inflam
mation in eyes and lids; sharpens
vision and makes glasses unnecessary
n many instances, says Doctor. Drug
dsts refund your money if it fails.
Skin Troubles
Soothed —-
With Cuticura
Soap, Ointment, Talcum. 2Rc. everywhere. Sampiee
free of Cutlerua L&fcoratorlee, Dept. X, Malden, mam.
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1920.
the second enemy should arise, the grow
ing evil of divorce.”
Joy Park War Meeting
Is Set for Wednesday
Further steps which may be taken to
prevent the establishment of an amuse-
AYRgS'DoWNSTAfRS STORjE
“On the Bargam Booth ”
100 Warm Wool Sweaters;
50 Smart Plaid Scarfs ,
Special Values at 57.95
Ideal sweater and scarf weather, isn’t itt And
these are certainly ideal sweaters and scarfs for just
this sort of weather. You’ll like them—especially at
the price. They are great values.
300 Crepe de Chine Blouses
On the Booths at $4.50
Smart blouses of both Georgette and crepe de
chine. Plain tailored and beautifully embroidered
styles; high and low necks; various modes of the
hour—navy and black. Exceptional values.

Two Hundred Silk Jersey
Petticoats and Bloomers
On the Booth at $3.95
They are unusual at the price. Garments of that
particular beauty and quality for which one always
expects to pay more. Buy them today at $3.95, on
the bargain! booth.
Beacon and Corduroy
Bathrobes at $7.95
Large, roomy, friendly robes with shawl collars,
pockets, belts and set-in sleeves. The collars are
rose, wisteria and blue, in handsome floral designs.
—Ayres—Downstairs Store.
Good Things to Eat
BEANS, 1920 crop, choice Mlchlgun bond picked navy henna,
5-pound bag, 334; 10-pound bag, 604-
Mutcat Raitlns. 8 crown with Salad - dragging, "Premier,”
■eeds. Pound, 354- large size, 434; Heins, 45 ;
. _ . , Mayonnaise, BataTla, 454:
Van Camp’a and Borden a Blue Rlbbo 4< w. WrUht ..
milk. Tall can, 124- Supreme, 354.
Popcorn, ahelled rice corn, Jell-O nnd Jiffy-Jell, all fla
old and dry. Pound, 104- vort. Box, 12H4-
Snowdrift, pure white vegetable shortening. Packed In 1,
2, 4 and 8-pound cans. Pound, 244
Nut meats, all fresh, select Breakfast bacon, Swift’s
stock. Pecan halves, 14-pound, ’’Empire" brand, fancy sugar
254: walnut halves, %-pound, mttchlno sliced. Pound,
184;/ Valencia almond. . k- Coffee, “Downstair.” brand,
pound, 204; black walnut a fhaao & Sanborn blend,
meats, %-pound, 304- Pound, 394-
Breakfast sausage, Swift's "Brookfield” brand, little pig
links. Perfectly seasoned. Pound box, 374-
—Ayres—Downstairs Store.
ment oark by the Riverside Amusement
Company in the territory bounded by
Schurmann avenue, Twenty-Eighth street.
Parkway boulevard and Twenty-Ninth
street, will be discussed by the River
side Civic Association at a meeting
Wednesday night, Charles J. Wacker,
president, announced.
The remonstrance against the proposed
park has been signed by
S
TOYTOWN OPENS
Such a host of new toys! Beautiful china dolls look through their long lashes
askance at their roily jolly neighbors, teddy bears squeak in the funniest of odd
places, bright engines shoot their loaded trains around the tracks, and mechan
ical toys of all kinds long for a builder boy or an ingenious youngster to delight
in them.
Read This Exciting Census Covering Only a Small Part of Toyfown
C <3& Meccano sets, $1.50
-K ) to $26.00.
Gilbert toys are many
yyCaqjNb®*' and varied.
\Ucil J Mechanical toys, 254
r'-UNkg. to $4.25.
Artificial Ch r i stmas
trees, $1.75 to $6.50.
Christmas tree orna-
Vl' ' mentß 104 and 154
\rj Christmas tree tinsel,
Jr" 84 and 104 the yard,
ilk Mechanical trains. *2
W* IS gjg
Warmth Underneath , Too —in
Wool Jersey Bloomers
Warm without being bunglesome, and of good quality
wool jersey, without being extravagant. These ankle length
bloomers are splendid for wear with fur coats, especially
those of shorter length, for even given the severest test, a foot
ball game, they pass warm.
The cuff is nicely shirred. In black only and to be had In these
lengths, 34, 36 and 38. These are very popular and we would advise
an early purchase If you desire one at this price, 95.95.
—Ayres—Petticoat dept., third floor.
The Elite in Dress Goods
Is Here Presented
Frocks for the holidays must possess the distinction given by these beau- V
tiful fabrics. You will note that the pricings are special. / y Jj 1
Silk and Wool Duvetyne, $17.48
Toned in dark and light navy blue, Copenhagen, taupe and fawn Is /
this quality of duvetyne. Width 66 inches. j
Peach Bloom, $8.48
A leading fnvorite is this handsome cloth Offered in tones of light TT'T'**^
taupe, tan, gendarme, Maduro and seal brown. In 55-inch widths.
Bonnie Brae, $3.48
Mixture jerseys, knitted, of good qualities, fine fabric for sports attire. W
In light and dark brown, blue, green, wine and mixtures. Width 54 inches. Jtffjfjl
French Serge, $2.68
This well known serge is of the finest wool. In Myrtle, taupe, plum and
Havana brown, African, tan, wine, Admiral and navy blue. Width 44 inches, f 1 -.
Wool Poplins, $2.58
The most favored of the lighter weight dress woolens. In tan, taupe, bluebird, cadet, Belgian, plum,
Bordeaux, garnet, Havana, beaver, African, navy blue, midnight and black. Width 43 inchea.
Coating Jerseys, $3.48
Heavy weight coating jerseys, in brown, green and blue mixtures. Width 54 inches.
—Ayres—Dress goods, second floor.
None But the Specially Priced
Are Acknowledged in a List of
Fore-Week SILK Offerings
Embraced are silks for every purpose—for decorative purposes, as well as lin
gerie and frocks for women, coat linings, men’s shirts and silks for fashioning
early apparel provisions for southern wear.
We offer, among other lovely pieces, our own importation of Japanese Habntai
silks of the, finest qualities at prices we have been unable to quote in many seasons.
These are first choice, natural bleach Habutais. <
Eehizen Habutai, from 98c to
‘ $2.68 Yard
White, strong, serviceable tub silk in the
natural finish and 36 inches wide.
Shioze Habutai, at $3.48 to
$4.48 the Yard
The best and heaviest of all the white
wash habutais, and a yard wide.
Kitten’s Ear Satins, $6.48
The loveliest material for afternoon gowns
and evening gowns in dark shades. Obtain
able in navy, midnight and Pekin blue,
brown, plum, taupe, brick, black, white and
pink; 40 Inches wide.
Brocade Panne Satins, $4.98
Cheney’s printed and brocaded panne
satins in multicolor effects, marvelously ef
fective for lining fine fur pieces; 40 inches
wide.
Fashion Has Allied Her Favor With Winter on the
Side of Fine Black Velvets
BLACK CHIFFON VELVET, a rich, soft dress velvet, In a glowy, shadowy black; 40
Inches wide; $6.48 and S7.SB the yard.
BLACK CHIFFON VELVET, a beautiful Imported velvet, unusually soft and wlfh rich
pile; 40 Inches wide; $11.48 the yard.
BLACK DRESS VELVET, in the find, chiffon finish, 38 inches wide, $5.48 the yard.
—Ayres—Silk section, second floor.
Silks That Make Us All Princesses
Electric toy ranges that will really cook
and bake, SIO.OO.
Electric steam engines, $12.00.
Games Innumerable and packed with fun.
Carom boards on which 57 games can be
played, $5.00, $6.75 and $8.50.
Le Choc, $1.50.
Kindergarten beads, 604 to $1.50.
Bluebird painting set, 654-
Skylark airplane, 954
Aluminum cooking sets, 504 to $2.50.
Tin tea sets, 504 and upward.
China tea sets, $1.75 to $4.50.
Toy furniture to furnish houses delight
fully for little girls.
Joy to the Child and Inspiration to
the Gift Seeker.
—ln Ayres Toytown, Fifth floor.
ff Gift-Granny”
is in her Chimney Corner
on the Fourth floor, where
she is ready to help
you discover what your
friends would like for
Christmas. Her method is
unique, mystifying and non
revealing. There is no charge
or obligation for her services.
Bring your Christmas lists at
once, that she may give you
an early reply.
—Ayres—Chimney corner,
fourth floor.
Uzen Satin, 36 Inches Wide,
$1.98 the Yard
White and soft Japanese wash satin with
a brilliant finish.
Japanese Pongee, 36 Inches,
$1.28 the Yard
Natural tan Shantung pongee, of beauti
fully smooth texture, special qualities at thia
price. .
China Silks, 78c the Yard
In twenty shadings, evening and bright
tones; especially desirable for making lamp
shades and lining pretty negligees; 27 inches
wide.
Peau de Cygne, $1.78 Yard
In evening, street and bright coloring*,
This is a soft, rich dress satin of standard
quality; 36 inches wide.
Sweet Brair, $2.30 the Yard
A score of new- printed designs in this
splendid silk; also striking printed patterns
in Cheney’s kimono satins; 32 inches wide.
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