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te. Society ft An attractive wedding was that of Miss Emily Itosner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry liesner, 2113 North Meridian street, and Harold Linsky of St. Louis, v.-hieh took p.cce lasrinlgbt In the Floren tine room of the Claypool hotel, Rabbi Morris M. Fenerllcfct of&ciating. Pasquak' Montani, harpist, played the program of music using the "Urinal i'horus ’ rum "Lohengrin” for the processional and -I he Kosary” during the ceremony. The attendants included Mrs. D. L. Sablosky. sister of tbe bride, matron of honor, who wore a black satin frock embroidered .n gold, and carried pink and white roses: Miss Belle Ilosner, maid of honor. In pale green ** taffeta and sliver, with a bouquet or^pink roses; Ade.lne Linsky, sister of the bridegroom, in salmon p.nk taffeta veiled In s.lver tulle, and Emily Traugoit, in orchid-hued taffeta, trimmed In silver, both carrying showers of white roses, bridesmaids; Harold Franzcl. best man, and Morris Kosner, brother of the bride, and Jerome Steele, ushers. Ihe bride wore a gown of . ivory taffeta, with an overdrapery of georgette creep over which fell her tulle veil, ar ranged cap effect, held in place by a wreath of lilies of the valley. Her bonquet was a shower of bride roses and valley lilies. Following the service a supper was served, covers being laid for thirty-live guests. French baskets of rose and chrysanthemums in pastel tints were used on tbe table with ferns and palms screen ing the walls. Mr. and Mrs. Linsky have gone on a trip and will be at home after Jan 1, at 4447 McPherson avenue, St. Louis. Mo. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. Linsky, Miss Adeline Linsky, Melvin Linsky, Mrs. J. Linsky, Mr. and Mrs’. Albert Epstein, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Platt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kothgeisser, Harold Franzel, Jerorte Steele. Milton Abramson anil Samuel Bronstein, all of St Louis; Mrs. X. Le Montre, Chicago, and Miss Myrtle Keeker, Cleveland. • • • Alumni of the Mu Phi Epsilon Musi cal Sorority held an "organ.zation lunch eon” today in the tearoom of L. S. Ayres 4 Cos. Plans for morning musicales and business sessions were discussed. Those attending - included Mrs. Marie Allison Elliott. mV Laura Moag, Mrs. Florence Sellery, Mrs. Mildred Pearson. Mrs. Ila Sink. Miss Gertrude Apgar, Mrs. Irma Judd, Miss Grace Hntch.ngs, Miss Char lotte Lieber and Miss Norma Mueller. • • • Miss Martha Armstrong., 82 North Irv ington avenue, is passing the Thanks giving holidays with her sister. Miss Iluth Armstrong, who is teaching English In the Reitz High School. Evansville. • • • Mr. and’ Mrs. Emil Reyer and Miss Miriam Reyer of South Bend, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Reyer, 2004 Central avenue. • • • Tbe marriage of Mis* Esther Boker xaan and Frank Montgomery was sol emnized last night in the Tuxedo Park Baptist Church, tbe Rev. U. S. Clutton officiating. The chancel was banked with masses of yellow and white chrysan themums. combined with palms and fern A program of bridal music was given by Mrs Iruiadell Shephard, organist, who played a group of bridal airs, using the "Bridal Chorus’* from "Lohengrin* for the wedding march, end Mrs. A it. Robison, who sang **l Love You Truly” and Tara Kennedy, who sang "Be cause.” The attendants included Miss Mildred Bokerman. maid of honor, who ■was gowned in shell pink georgette crepe and carried Mrs. Aaron Ward roses; Miss Norma Rieman, bridesmaid, who wore turquoise blue crepe de chin° and carried Killaruey roses; Miss Lois Cartmel, m yellow, and Miss Katherine Robinson, in green, both carrying bas kets of yellow pompom chrysanthemums. Mower maids; Cleon Bokerman, In a yellow frock, bearing the ring on a chrysanthemum, ring bearer; Charles Bokerman, groomsman : Arthur Boker man. best man; Raymond Robinson and Hollo French, ushers. The bride, who entered on the arm of her father, wore a gowu of white georgette crepe beaded with pearls. Her tulle, veil was ar ranged cap effect with a wreath of rose buds and her bouquet was a shower of bride Following the ceremony a 1 reception was held at the leone of the bride's parents, ill Chester street. Chry santhemums In yellow and white were used through the house. Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery will go’to St. Louis for a brief stay and will be at home after Dec. 15 at ’ll Chester street. Miss Hilda Sebne, daujrhier of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. S4>ree, and William Joe Cone were married Wednesday at the home of the Rev. Will lam Farmer. The bride wore her traveling suit of brown velour trimmed in seal with a close fitting hat of the same shade, and a corsasre of Klllarney roses. Miss Bessie Williams, wearing a brown velvet suit, orange hat with a corsage of Kiliarney roses, was the bride's only attendant, and Glenn Sargent acted as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Cone have gone for a short trip and will be at home after Dec. 10 at 4060 Park avenue. • • • Miss Gladys and Miss Genevieve Tyner will entertain the Bide-a-Wee Club at their home, 330 North Arsenal avenue, Sunday afternoon. • • • A dinner wns given in Parlor A of th Hotel Reverln yesterday, in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. A. Rosen bush, 3557 North Capitol avenue. The guests 1-icludert Mr. and Mrs. Sol Brill, Terre Haute; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rosen bush, Kokomo; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Shon fieid, Mr. nnd Mtb. George Rooae and Miss Julia Rosenbush. Indianapolis. • • • The marriage of Miss Mabel E. Hurst and William P. Flynn was solemnized yesterday In the home of the bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hurst. 83 Holmes avenue. The Rev. Albert Busald read the service before an altar formed of palms and fern. Miss Mary Flynn, sister *f i*>e bridegroom, was maid of honor and Albert Hurst, brother of the bride, acted as best man. The bride was given In marriage by her father, N. L. Hurst. Miss Flynn wore a blue tricotine frock with a corsage of violets, and the bride wore a clever gown of midnight blue trlcotlne, heavily em broidered. with n corsage of Mrs. Aaron Ward roses. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Grand Rapids; Mrs. R. G. Tennery, Cincinnati; John Hurst, Dana, 111., and John Mont- A Smooth, White Skm 1 hat Defies Weather During the coming months of biting winds ,311(1 intense cold, you who would keep your skins smooth, white and vel vety, should turn your attention to tncr collzed wax. Nothing else will so ef fectively prevent or remove a chapped, roughened or discolored surface. By gradually absorbing the weather-beaten cuticle, the complexion is kept in per fect condition, and even the beauty of expression appears more pronounced. If your skin lie coarse, 'blotchy, p.mply, fre< kleri, sallow or over-red, why not shed it? One ounce of colixed wax. to be had at any druggist's, will compietejy transform the most un sightly complexion in less than a fort night. Tse the wax nightly. like cold cream, washing It ofT mornings. If weather, age or poor health has 1 marred your face with wrinkles, here's good news. You can qnlckly remove ev ery line by using a harmless, refreshing face lotion prepared by dissolving one ounce of pow iered saxolite In a half pint witch hazel. The firmer, smootbei akfu, t<fe more youthful appearance, even after ote application, will astonish you. . -—Advertisement. gomery, Marshall, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn will pass a fortnight in Grand Rapids and Chicago, and will be at home after Dec. 15 at 215 North Treinont avenue. • • • . A luncheon will be given by members of the Therapon Alumnae Club cf Short ridge High School tomorrow, in the tea room of the Woman’s City Club. An out-o'-town local inter est was that of Miss Helen E. Bicder nian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. ISiederman, of Springfield, 111., and Maurice E. Thornton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Thornton, 5011 Central avenue, which took place last night in the Trinity Evangelical church of Spring field. Miss Esther Thornton of Indian apolis, sister of the bridegroom, sang a group of bridal numbers accompanied by a harpist apd violinist The bride’s fa ther read the service. The attendants In cluded Miss Clara Biedermanu, maid of honor: Miss Mary Gibson, Miss Lydia Bledermann, Miss Ruth Bledermann and Miss He.en Thornton, bridesmaids; Syd nor Gilbreath, of Madison, IVis., best man ;* Ivan Wild and Dr. Scott of St. Louis, ushers. The bride wore an ex quisite gown of Ivory satin combined with silver lace, her mother’s wedding 1 veil and carried a shower of bride's roses. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton, after a trip, will be at home at 5011 Central avenue, Indianapolis. x Draws His Pay Twice; Arrested for Larceny Special to The Times LAPORTE, Ind., Nov. 26.—Roman Poturalski Is under arrest here for twice drawing pay for the same work. He was arrested on a charge of grand larceny. Poturalski was formerly employed by the Studebnker Corporation of South Bend, and was laid off the day before pay day, receiving his pay. The next day he appeared at the pay window and demanded his pay and through some error in not sending forward notice of the man's discharge, he again received a $l4O pay cheeky STOUT’S 352 and 354 W. Washington Street Children’s Special In black leath er lace hl-eut, spring heels, and nature nr'i i last. With tip. #ll Sizes sto 8. • H *I i Saturday If yon have had trouble finding goor properly fitting robbers, come to this store. We have a wide selection at present. Men s House Slippers J slippers for men. Black SHk. \ (Ii J B / aval and gray colors, with ft?* 1 Ladies ’ Felt Slippers $ These felt slippers are made with good leather sole* and heels. There are several colors to select from and . H| the sizes run from 3 to 8. Odds and ends. Certainly they will not last long at this Saturday special price. We Are Indianapolis Agents for Dr. A. Reed Cushion Sole and Arch Preserver Shoes. . BUSTER BROWN SHOES for Boys and Oirls We Need a Cross Town Line I Open Until 9:30 Saturday Lei ilte Public Decide SfOU% -—W! Washioqton SI ii Ivf Save for a purpose — Many a person who failed to save consistently in any other way has be come wonderfully successful by simply fixing in his mind a goal to be reached within a certain time. —for example, your son’s educat on Why not start a special savings ac count into which you put a dollar or so a week, to send your boy or girl to college a few years from now ? We have savings plans to suit every purpose Call and talk it over. Open Saturdays until Bp. m. , 11-Wild &Co.,Stateß^ UlilVl I2s-IRS E.MwvkatSt. 1 1rs. Housewife , , Do You Know? 1. How did mercerized cotton origi nate? 2. How does Russian tea differ from ordinary tea? 3. How may carving effect the tough- ! ness of meat? (These questions will be answered to morrow by the Housewife.) ANSWERS TO YESTERDAY’S QUES TIONS. 1. A great popularity of coffee In France was first due largely to the Turk ish ambassador,! who served this beverage at his lavish entertainments 250 years ago, thus bringing tea Into favor with the court set. 2. An easy way to try out fat Is to cut It Into small pieces and melt In the top of a double boiler. When melted strain and cool. * 3. To raise the nap on a woolen gar ment place a wet piece of the same or similar material over the worn spot and press with a liot iron. The two pieces will cling and when pullfed apart the nap will raise.—Copyright, 1920. Ex-King Can’t Return, Is Venizelos’ View NICE, Nov. 26.—Elsutherios Venlzelos, former premier of Greece, exiled from his native land after the monarchist victory in the Greek general elections, declared today that ex-King Constantine could not return to Athens. “The Greek people are not unanimous in wishing the return of the former king, and I do not believe he could return," said M. Vcnivelos. “As for myself, I shall rest and watch future events.” M. Venizelos Intimated that some repre sentative of royalty other than Constan tine might be acceptable to tbe non-mon nrebist population of Greece and the powers. The ex-premier arrived yesterday from Plrraius via Messina. Ladies’ and Growing Girls’ Lace Boots Odds and ends In black and tan. Sh< wn In b' th high and low heel ——x models. The • sizes arc • 1J slightly bro l r*7 ken but as a \ * ( I whole run • from ’J'-j to 7. \ •*1 Saturday ;SL Sp.cial |K^*3'9B INDIANA DAILY TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1920. Ayr§s'Downstairs Store fCoat Sale That Offers Unusual Opportunities Begins Saturday Morning in the-Downstairs Store • Coats at nm ,o *2m Coats at s 3s k *49— Coats at s ss to S 69M Thanksgiving is over. Now we get right down to “brasvtacks.” In other words, to sell winter merchan dise —lots of it. To do this we realize that whatever you pay must buy more than usual. Come Then —This Big Coat Sale Coats of Salt's peco plush, a rich, silky like fabric; coats of Bolivia and velours, of gold and sllvertone; coats that have large fur collars and cuffs; coatß with wide bands of fur around the skirts; wrappy coats, blouse coats, belted coats, loose fit ting coats; In fact, any style coat women may want or need. They are here nnd at extraordinary low prices. Coats In the season's colors, many and varied; and In sizes from 16 to 44. An Opportunity to Save Dollars —Ayres—Downstairs Store. New Satin HA TS $3'.95 to $8.75 Bor Mid-Season Wear | \ give snap to some, lyal ', -' r - j will l * still others are adorned with a touch lit, J Especially desira it . 4tr vSijffCftaz \ I ble arc the beautiful jfc' jU / new satin hats with fe “ l *‘ er tacln * s an, l f Downstairs Store. Smart Winter SHOES For Women , Young Women and Girls 53.95 $5.95 $4.95 Smart Shoes for Street Wear Styliih Shoes for Dress Occasions Good Shoes for all the Time Patent Leather ana Dull Kid Cloth Tops in Contrasting Color Btack and Brown Kid High add Mtti ary Heels All Sizes 3 to 7V* r - ' Women V Fancy Felt Slippers Padded sole* and heels; the "“X colors, wine gray, brown, pink, ight blue, old rose, lavender and purple. Ail sizes, 3 to 8. V ■ ■■ —Ayres—Downstairs Store. Through the Turnstile • Breakfast baeon, Klngan's Batter, Ayres' speclal “Porter" hrand, and Morris creamery, "extra quality,” &. Qo.'s "Matchless,” machine pound, 63(1; Swastika, good sliced, pound, 390. creamery butter,pound, 610. Coffee, "Saturday” brand, a Peannt batter, Ayres’ special, Santos blend, pound, 320. made fresh while you wait; a Walnuts, 1929 cron California qU,l, ‘ ty *;°*"** a soft shell, ‘‘Diamond’' brand, No. Bpans, Michigan hand picked, 1 grade, 380; budded nuls, ex- 1920 crop; 10 pounds, 600. tra fancy, pound, 450. Cocoa, pure and rich, pound, . m ~, 180; 2 pounds, 350. Rice, 1920 crop, fancy Blue _ , . Rose style, pound, 12**0; fancy Sunshine cakes and crackers, Honduras stylo head rice, box. ©O, 170 nd 180, pound, 150. —Ayres—Downstairs Store. . ** .. .. _ . _ ... „ .. * °I L SAyres &Cos S’ \ Our Compliments to New.Wraps and Topcoats of Smartness New topcoats, for instance, are smarter than.ever. And opposite the top coats, in kind, are fascinating cape coats and lovely wraps for occasions not so severe as the sturdy topcoat fills. Worumbo coats in partridge, natural and taupe are made with the raglan sleeves, tailored collars and patch or slit pockets. Length 34 inches to 45 Inches. Priced from $85.00 to SIIO.OO. | Man tailored topcoats, 45 inches long, are of polo mixture with raglan | sleeves, slit pockets, self belts and full linings of silk. Priced at $47.50. fill illll S/ Topcoats of English plaids with convertible collars and full linings are r | 1 atunnin S things for sports wear and excellent values at $37.50. s-f / N • New Cape-Coat Wraps Are of V/ / / J Pine Veldyne I i V A They are In ever such attractive styles In reindeer, Malay and Zanzi- V v 4 A yj] bar; brown and twilight blue, and are collared luxuriously with beaver, w****"’ ' \ j// ’ Australian opossum or raccoon. Price $145.00. \ \ / f Besides there Is a tempting assortment of wraps and coats of Bolivia ) \ / it and vel de cygne, beaut-fully decorated with Australian opossum collars \ / sfi and shown in such smart shades as cheefoo, Nanking blue, Zanzibar A /y t\ brown and reindeer. Price, 69.50. k Good looking coats at $37.50 are of English tweeds and sllvertone J with sealine collars and cuffs, especially suitable for the younger person. Also wrapß of duvet de laine in Zanzibar brown, reindeer and Nanking /7 blue. Black Veldyne Makes a Charming A Wrappy "Coat • / \ With shawl collar and 10-inch cuff of squirrel fur and a tasty lining of 1 > pussy willow silk In a single, delectable tone. Price, $269.50. V | And finally, a wrappy coat with shawl collar and cuffs of Australian \ opossum In twilight blue is to be had at $145.00. —Ayres—Coat section, third floor. Here’s Every \ Mary Garden vanities, 81.00. ' ’j- Mary Garden rouge, 500. !j J Roger Gallett Fleur d’Amour j! perfume, $2.75 the ounce. Mary Fuller liquid nail polish, Ready to Don (£OO. j| # # ,s... w ™rd,*„.. ssr . Plaid and Striped Skirts |i Mary Garden tissue ereatu. * Sylvan talcum powder. 110. Beauties at $11.95 Xnoht. a liquid powder, 300. . v , . Tn the presentation of these excellent skirts at so mod- Fancy compacts, 500. 1 * , est a price you can he no more pleased than we. Fancy double compacts, 1 SI.OO and upward. They enable you to secure an impeccable garment at a I Arly's Lilas or La Bohetno very low price, but they also enable us to demonstrate u.iui salts. SI.OO. j . conclusively that Ayres values are indeed second to none. $2 V ,50 Ihe ounce 101 *' saClß>t ' Skirts of stunning plaids and stripes, tailored to perfection in Composition Ivory mirrors, || of the hour. $1.95. j Choose knife, side or box plaiting.*; depend upon finding color- Roso d’Amour talcum powder, ings to your liking. * I,WO ' ’ Brown, blue, black, green, Copenhagen, tan and other domi- Composition ivory hairbrushes, j natlng coiors , n harmoLy with companion colors. Three Flowers talcum powder Skirts for sports, school, street and office wear, all at $11.95. ' ' —Ayres—-Third floor. —Ayres—Street floor. - - Sh o pping Bre vi ties New Neckwear and New Veils On stormy days there's no help quite so effective —and becom ing— as a Shetland veil to keep the stray wisps of hair out of tho eyes and mouth. Such new veils in hexagon mesh to be worn draped or tight, are in brown, black, navy, blue, fcmrple, tan, Copenhagen blue and Jade green. Price, 390 each. • A full-body guimpe of'organdy or of net combined with lace, Is an attractive thing for brightening the dark frock —an accept able gift, and surely a very fine value, at $1.95. —Ayres—Neckwear and veiling, street floor. Luxurious Fur JM n. Neckpieces \ Beautiful scarfs and little neck '*\ pieces; warm things that add so A IsT i \ much to the charm and comfort of a X W a \ 7 eHf / ® ur co^ectlon Includes sables, silver fox, taupe, brown, white and fj \ black fox pieces. —Ayres—Third floor. Attractive Umbrellas for Women at $5.00 Made of a good cotton and silk mixture, resembling all silk very much. The handles are smart and fashionable, made of bakellte. Umbrellas that will wear a long, long time and look well as long as they last. —Ayres—Street floor. In Jewelry What 50c will buy is remarkable. Here are a few little things, all boxed, ready to be given as Christmas gifts. Cuff links and tie clasps, 500. Scarf pins, 500. Soft collar pins, 500 each. Cameo brooches, 500. clasps with barplns, 600. Chain and -cross, 500. Cuff pins or circle pins, 500 All the above articles come in dainty boxes. —Ayfes —Street floor. y \ Novelty Bloomers, Ankle Length For the cold days of November we are offering silk Jersey ankle length bloomers. Come in navy and Pekin blue, Kelly green and black; satin bloomers in black and navy blue—s3.9s. —Ayres—Third floor. Give , Your Husband a Kenney Shower Is your husband one of the healthy, zestful men that like to splash around in a bath and sing while they shave! If he is, he’s the man that should have a Kenney shower bath, for bathing as w#ll as for shampooing. Double benefits will result when you yourself begin to bathe in the sprays of a Kenney and when you bathe the children In them. Neither of you will ever want to go back to the old way. Incidentally, it’s a zipping start for a day; you feel lnvlgo-ated and wide awake from the first splash. The Kenney shower, attached to the regular bathtub, lasts a lifetime. The Niagara model la priced at only SIO.OO. The Palm Beach at $20.00. Think It over In the light of what a yelcome gift it would make. —Ayres—Sixth, floor.