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A number of Indianapolis folk attended
the wedding of Miss Myrtle Helen Mc-
Connell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
McConnell, and Walter Mowrey, which
took place in the home of the bride in
Lawrence Saturday night. The Kev. C.
Gllck of West Baden read the service be
fore an altar of palms, ferns and baskets
of pink roses. Miss Blanche Burns of
Indianapolis was the bride's only at
tendant and Max Plyce of Lafayette acted
as best man. The bride wore an attrac
tive gown of ivory satin, veiled in geor
gette crepe apd carried a shower of bride
roses. Miss Burns wore piuk georgette
over pink satin with an arai bouquet of
SWeetheart roses. Among ti e guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Art Murphy, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Wilson and Jonathan Murphy of
Indiunupoiis. Mr. and Mrs. Mowrey will
be at home after Dec. 20 at their country
home near Mohawk.
Mrs. Mowrey is an accomplished mu
sician and studied piano in In lianapolis
for several years. Mr. Mowrey is a grad
uate of Purdue t'uiversitv and also re
ceived a commission in the late war. Mr
Plyce, the best man, was the bride
groom's classmate through all four years
of his college life and entered the Army
with him, both receiving commissions at
the sumo time.
* • •
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cone have returned
from their wedding trip and will be at
home at 406 J Park avenue. Mrs. Cone was
formerly Miss Hilda Sebree.
• • •
Miss Josephine Crosley, 2047 Buckle
street, will entertain the Gamma Delta
Epsilon sorority Wednesday night.
The Minerva Club will meet Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. X. F. Lloyd.
Northwestern avenue. Mrs. Charles A.
Bannells will read a paper on the “Ke
•ourrvrs of Russia.'" and Mrs. Charles
Max well, pianist, will play a group of
numbers by Russian composers.
• • •
Miss Beulah Keethler of the Colonial
apartments will entertain Monday night,
Dec. 13. In honor of Miss Esther Lu
cille Fleming, whose marriage will tske
place next month.
* • •
John H. Williford of the Hotel Barton
has gone to Memphis, Tenn., where he
Will pass a few days.
• • •
Mary Chilton Gray, local artist, gave
an Interesting demonstration of her meth
od of painting Bowers before the mem
bers of the Woman's Rotary Club, at the
regular club luncheon, today, in the
Ciaypool Hotel.
• • •
Lieutenant V Wierxbiehi. French lec
turer, talked bes >re the Indianapolis sec
tion of the Council of Jewish Women,
this afternoon, in the auditorium of the
Jewish Temp's. Miss Gertrude Felhle
tnan, Mrs. Meyer Efroymson and Miss
Belle Cohn talked on ‘Echoes from the
Tri-ennial.” and Harold .Taffe. violinist,
played a group of numbers. The mem
bers brought Jellies and canned fruit
from the annual Chanukah gift to the
children of 'he Cleveland Orphan Home
and books for the library of the Com
munal building. Mrs. Meyer Efroym
■on presided.
• • •
Miss Verna Belle Palmer and Frederick
Hamilton Sterling were married Sunday
afternoon, in the home of the bride's
?atber. O. 11. Palmer, 1653 Broadway, the
Rev. O. W. Fifer of Central Avenue Meth
jdist Chur h. reading the service. Mr.
nd Mr= ->t* r’intr departed Sunday night
for a trip to South Carolina.
• • •
Mr;. John P. Schiitges. 7SI West Drive.
Woodruff Place, announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Sylvia, to Leland
Huey. The wedding will take place in
• * •
Mrs. Donald Test, 2111 North Delaware
street, and sons. Charles Edward and
Donald, Jr., have gone to their winter
home in Miami, Fla. Mr. Test will Join
her the latter part of next week.
• • •
Mrs. Charles N, Thompson. 752-4 North
Pennsylvania street, will entertain with
"The butter, please,” said at
every meal without the reali
zation that butter is a neces-
Spread on bread or usad in cooking the
buttat (at in OAK GROVE provide*
a substance called “vitamines" without
which children cannot This
substance i* not found to any veg
etable Ul
The delicate flavor and delidona taste
C; OAK GROVE make it welcome
fbhesever good butter is appreciated.
A lafrtn of Good Butltr Since 1884
r Bivmra Plymouth Indianapolis
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A ( )/VVfl j} Groce Booth at
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Afternoons , 1 to 5:30 Evenings , 7:30 to 11
More than fifty attractive exhibits. Monday night, News
boys Band; Tuesday afternoon, Pie Baking Contest; Tues
day evening, Shower for the Bridal Couple; AVednesdav aft
ernoon, Bread Baking contest; Wednesday evening, Public
Wedding; Thursday afternoon, Cooking Lecture; Thursday
evening, half of the receipts to the Community Chest; Friday
evening, News’ Glee Club; Saturday evening, awarding main
Admission, Afternoons 10c, Evenings 25c
a luncheon at the Woodstock Country
Club tomorrow in honor of Miss Marga
ret Dice of Cincinnati, and Mrs. Chandler
Dallam of New York City.
* • •
Gamma chapter of Nu Sigma Phi will
hold Us annual initiation and banquet
Wednesday evening and night In the
Hotel Lincoln. The pledges, students of
the medical school of ludiauu l mv-ratty,
include Adeline Muelchi, Adole I.lger
msnn, Ethel Studeville, Marlon Ilocb
halfer, Clela Hall, Carolyn McMath and
Ruth Kroft. Dr. Amelia 11. Keller will
act us toastmistress for the dinner. Re
sponses will be given by the various
members, including “Address of Wel
come" by Dr. Lillian Lowder, "Greet
ings from the Grand Chapter” by Dr.
Margaret Jones of Chicago, and ‘'l he
Message of Nu Sigma Phi” by Dr. Marie
* • •
Mrs. Henry Rothchitd of the Alexander
apartment entertained with a dinner yes
terday in honor of Mr. Rothchild, who
will depart for New York Wednesday,
prior to sailing fur Europe Dec. 14.
Covers were laid for twenty-five guests.
Railroad Employes
View ‘Safety’ Films
Safety first motion pictures, under the
title "Bulletin No. 70,” the New York
Central Railroad Company's latest safety
film, were presented at two perform
ances to lartre audiences at English's
I theater last night. Special trains were
run bv the Big Four railroad from
points within a radius of InO miles of
Indianapolis to enable employes of the
company, and their families, to see the
Preceding each show well known enter
tainers appeared. The singing and aec
ing of Phil Barker, Sotch comedian, was
on” of the features of both perform
Marcus A. Dow. general safety agent
for the New York Central lines, was
In charge of the meeting and gave lec
tures warning against carelessness.
Watchman, on Way to
Worship, Is Killed
Special to The Times.
TFRRE HAFTE, Ind.. Dee. 6.—Fhilip
| Ge'ser, 7:1 crossing watchman for the 0.
\ E. I. Railroad at the Tenth and Ohio
' streets crossing, w-as killed at the crossing
: Sunday when he was hit by a train.
Ho was off duty at the time of the
' accident and was crossing the tracks on
the way to church. Three daughters
? '
is a Novel Feature
of the
Pure Food Show
Banker* Tmt Company lias j
triad ly an Invitation to
cooperate with the gmirr* of In
dianapolis on fhl* orcasloD and et- j
tends a rordlul Invitation to all
who attend the exposition to visit
the -Food Show Bank."
On the Left of the West En
trance to the Food Show
V .■ rgr=^.--aji.
J lrs. Housewife ,
Do You Know?
Each of these household problems
has been worked out by the author,
who has not only taken a course
In scientific housewifery and dietet
ics at Columbia University, and writ- ,
ten and edited women's newspaper
and magazine features for years but
Is a practical housekeeper as well.
1. How much water is contained lu
the white potato?
2. May bread and cake flour be used
interchangeably V
3. A good use for pumpkin seeds?
These questions will be answered to
morrow by the Housewife.
1. It is sometimes claimed that lemon
juice is more wholesome than vinegar,
but this is hardly more than a matter
of opinion, as there is no reason to
suppose that the small amounts of vine
gar usually used are in any way harm
2. To make u good sauce for raw
oysters mix a dessertspoon of Wor
cestershire sauce, the juice of half n
lemon, a sprinkle of pepper, a little
salt and half a small onion grated line.
3. The best way to keep fresh the bags
used in making drip coffee is put it in
fresh cold water immediately after taking
it from the coffee pot. Do not let it
Meet the E-Z-BAKE Girl at the
Pure Food Show , Dec. 6-11
Come to Tomlinson TTall any time
this week and see a demonstration
of the easy baking qualities of
A ' jV) See with what ease—flavory bread,
( J wholesome cakes and delicious pies
are made from the one flour for
Evans’ E-Z-BAKE FLOUR is the
favorite of Indiana women; more
Wf) of it is used than of any two other
J/A See the demonstration at the Food
Show and then order a sack from
\ Aw your grocer. It’s easy baking
Bakers buy from us flour
T suited to their work. Profit
1111 by their example. Buy the
I t 1 1 flour best suited to home use.
The Every Purpose Flour
Best for Bread, Cakes, Pastry
“The World's
Minnesota Spring Wheat Flour
Everett, Aughenbaugh & Cos.
Waseca, Minn.
F * J 1 .//*)
C-y r
SCHNULL & CO., Distributors
110 S. Meridian St., Indianapolis
See Demonstration at Booth No. 36, Pure
Food Show. Come in and get a taste of the “The World s
finest biscuit you ever ate. FINEST"
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dry out and if not used the next day
put in fresh water. —Copyright, 11)20.
Alexandria Woman
Can Not Aid Coroner
Special to The Times.
MONTPELIER, lad., Dec. 6.—Mrs.
William Frazier of Alexandria appeared
Sunday at a coroner's inquest here in
an effort to learn his identity of the
body found in the ruins of a dwelling
burned on the farm of Merritt Chapman,
near Trenton. She was unable to add
any new Information. She was called
upon to view the body in the belief that
if was that of her husband, from whom
she bad been separated for some time.
There were no marks of identification
to be found. Frazier and his wife for
merly lived 4n the dwelling and the‘r
household effects were destroyed by the
Parts of the body were Rent to Ft,
Wayne today for an examination by a
pathologist to determine whether the
body is that of a man or woman.
C. C. McCoy, 68, mayor of Greenaburg.
died last night ut tlie Methodist Hos
pital following a brief illness of pneu
monia. He was brought to the hospital
last Monday to undergo an operation.
Mr. McCoy was born in Decatur County,
near Greenaburg and was unmarried. He
v\as elected mayor three years ago.
Hospital Purchases Show
Tread Downward.
The drop in food prices during the
month of November is reflected In a com
parison of wholesale prices paid by the
city /or edibles for the City Hospital so
far in December with those for last month
made by City Purchasing Agent Dwight
S. Ritter today.
The comparison, which is on prices of
food of first quality, is as follows:
Nov. Dec.
Beef, per lb * -JjL *
Smoked ham, per lb ■ %
Ftesh haui, per lb JoVb
Bacon, per lb
Sparerlbs, per lb -2
Fresh link sausage, lb.
Pork loins per lb M 2-
Lard compound, per lb. .]?% ■}*
Dressed chic ken, per lb. .43
Flour, per bbl IL-0 J) -
Corn meal, 100 lbs 3.W - yjV
Sugar, per lb 1- CJ -v
A drop of not quite such extensive pro
portions was noted in a comparison of
November with October last month.
The eyebrows -should l>e brushed night
and morning with u small brush that Is
sold for the purpose; this promotes
their growth and trains them into shape.
S LvSAvßgs&Cb* £
Gorgeous Silks in December Sale
Brighten the Aisles of the Second Floor
The Great December Silk Sale Is as Satisfactory
to Our Customers as to Us
“What good quality crepe de chine for the price,” exclaimed a woman as she purchased a
few yards of white crepe de chine for a blouse. “I have wanted some silk for blouses for
a long time, but with prices as they are I almost decided to do without, but here I am
finding some again at p ices I ean afford to pay.” She bought enough excellent $1.68
white crepe de chine for a blouse and enough flesh color, $1.38 grade crepe de chine for
a negligee. -j-*-.- .
'"Glance at the Following List ”
Poplins, 36 Inches, 68c Yard
Silk and cotion dress poplins, fine weaving fab
rics of standard manufacture, in a dozen of the
season’s wanted colors, stapie and bright.
Habntai, 27 Inches, at 68c Yard
Colored Japanese habutai, 20 colors in the
shades papula; for lamp shade linings.
Shirtings, 32 and 36 Inches, $1.38 Yd.
These are excellent qualities in all; a few
spl ndid q- alities, others mixed with cotton. Thir
ty styles (all new) in this lot.
Messalines at $1.48
The most popular and satisfactory of all the
less expensive weaves. Thirty colors in a wide
rango of evening and street tones.
Printed Silks at $1.48
Florentine, panorama printed pongees, beautiful
printings of Cheney bras siik made for linings, ki
monos, etc.
Vogue Sailors
at $8.95
A Revised Price
Smart tailored sailors;
some with straight, some
with bell crowns. Large and
small brims. The colors are
navy blue, brown, beaver,
purple and black.
—Ayres—Second floor.
Pretty Linens
Always Make Ac
ceptable Gifts
Linen Sets Lhat are Really
Wonderful for the Price
Madeira hand embroid
ered, pure linen luncheon
sets; 13-piece set; rose scal
loped edge. Christmas spe
cial, $9.95.
Attractive Madeira sets,
13 pieces; Christmas special,
—Ayrea —Second floor.
The Toy Shop
Uadjustit Is a Car
For Growing Youngsters
See, it is shown, tlus car
that may be adjusted in size
to suit your child as he grows.
£9 It is really four sizes in one, so
Vi that the youngster may use the
Ifjdy car all during his early years.
For Tuesday and Wednesday selling only, the
Uadjustit car is offered at a special price of
It is sturdily built, with no bad places wherein little fingers
can be pinched or rompers caught and torn, or any other such
disagreeable feature. Any child, boy or girl, would be delighted
to find one ’neath the tree on Christmas morning. Make ’em
happy with Uadjustit! —Ayres—Toy shop, fifth floor.
Exquisite Perfumes
Fragrant Toilet Water
So many different sorts that will give luxurious pleasure
if received on Christmas morning.
Soreino toilet water, GS* 1 and SI.OO.
Mavis toilet water, SI.OO.
Miro Dena toilet water, in attractive boxes, SI.OO.
Perfumes, in boxes, 35£ and 50<.
Azure a vegetale, $1.50 a bottle.
Fancy Toilet Sets
Melba beauty sets at $3.50.
Manicure sets at $2.00.
Djer-Kiss sets, $5.50 to $8.50.
Mavi3 sets, $2.00 to $3.73. t
Arly’s Lilas sets, at $12.00.
Imported Perfumes
Houbigant’s Ideale perfumer $4.25.
Houbigant’s Quelques Fleurs toilet water, $8.90.
Houbigant’s Jasmine, Violet or Rose toilet water, at $4.50.
Houbigant’s Ideale toilet w-ater, large, Bize, $7.25 bottle.
Fleur d’Amour perfume, SB.OO bottle.
r . j _ _. . _
—Ayrfea—Street floor.
Georgette Crepe, 40 Inches, at
$1.58 a Yard
Our standard quality; more than eight colors,
in all wanted shades; our most popular line of
reliable quality.
Cashmere Twill, 36 Inches, at
$1.68 a Yard
A beautiful, soft drill finished twilled satin, of
splendid wearing quality. Light colors are tub
able. Fifteen colors.
Crepe de chine, 40 inches, at 1
$1.28 a Yard
A great range of colors in a very fine silk crepe
de chine, in evening, street and bright colorings;
24 shades to choose from.
Foulards, 36 Inches, at $1.98
A superior quality, and we have had no better
designs or colorings. Standard street shades ia
taupe, blues and browns.
—Ayres—Second floor.
The Greater Part of the Ayres
Lace Collections
Show Worth-While, Persuasive,
Money-Saving Price
Laces of Every Kind for Every Purpose —
Hundreds of Yards — Now!
—Ayres—Second floor.
Y- .2. ~ Os
A Repricing Lakes Place on
Cotton-Filled Comforts
The comforts themselves are highly delightful in their
pretty coverings and airy light weight of warmth.
Seventy-five cotton filled comforts, filled with the best grade of
cotton filling, silkollne covered, hand-tied or quilted. Some with
borders to match; others made with an Insert border to match. Vari
ous grades and qualities, all repriced to 97.82.
Twenty-five cotton filled comforts, silkollne covered, quilted or
hand tied; good grade cotton filling; floral and Persian pattema.
Various grades and qualities, repriced to $3,05.
Eighteen down filled comforts, covered with French sateen; others
covered with French cambric in floral and Dresden patterns. Well
filled with a good quality of down. Repriced to $19.50.
Twelve wool filled comforts, covered with silk mull In rose and
Copenhagen blue shades; neatly stitched In plain colors. Repriced
to $17.80. —Ayres—Bedding section, second floor.
at an Attractive
Gowns and Chemises
From the Philippines
Hand made, of course;
beautifully embroidered.
Ever so many pretty design*
to select from, made of sheer,
fine materials. Charming
Christmas gifts. $2.90 each.
—Ayres—Third floor.
New High
Received tn Fleasing
New Styles
One of the very desirable
styles that midwinter is bring
ing forth la a gracefully, neatly
shaped shoe with medium last
and Caban heel, laced effect. It
is of good quality brown kid,
Goodyear welt sewed, and In
sizes AAA. to D. Price —the new,
lower price—sll.so pair.
House and Boudoir
There’s a big and attractive
assortment with a number of
styles and a pleasing range of
colorings to choose from. Priced
from $1.29 to $5.7S the pair.
—Ayres—Second floor,

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