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Jip*. Barnard Batty will entertain tJ.e
mothers of the Fortnightly Music Club
rtth the annual Christmas party, in hei
'oemtry heme, “Bose Hills," tomorrow
evening. Husbands of the members will
a special guests. A lively program oi
tttfcrn a: musical numbers, dancing and
fchxjakmas “stunts” has been arranged by
• • •
■ iOss Margaret and Miss Anna Ott. 602
Bxvk street, entertained with a Christ
ian party yesterday afternoon. The
■masts Included Miss Lois Hagedorn.
Biles Rosa McNamara, Miss Pauline Moh
[■g, Miss Margaret Whitney, Mrs. Marie
■tochrsn, Miss Esther Whitney, Miss Mil-
Bred Perceivat and Mrs. Carl Ott.
2 • *
■ Miss Margaret Camplin, 417 Butler
Benue, will be hostess for the meeting
■f the Pals Club of the Irvington branch
llbmxy, Friday afternoon. The program
■rill be In observance of New Year’s day
Ind' will include a talk by Emma Swine
■ord on “The Origin of New Year’s Day”
find a paper on “New Y'ear's Customs in
■>ther Lands,” by Samantha Lancaster.
■*he hostess will be assisted by Miss Mil
■fred Spaulding and Miss Frances Mad
* * *
SB;. David Wagner came from Cam-
City today to pass the winter
her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Jackson,
r os and wa y.
KgJ| . * * .
IflEraa T’ht Kappa will mterain with
dance on New Year's ere in
home of F. B. Stull on the
Bifa Springs road. The host committee
ncludes M. F. Neihaus, G. M. Bates, B.
V. Birk, W. L. Bixler and Mr. Stull.
Che regular business meeting of the or
jaaization will be held Thursday night
nstead of Friday as formerly announced,
n the home of C. V. Jarvis, 3526 Ken
veod avenue.
* * *
Miss Blanche Burckhardt Shaw and
Miss Martha Louise Thompson were
lonor guests at a dancing party given
>jr Mr and Mrs. John M. Shaw and Dr
tud Mrs. John H. Oliver. Monday eren
ng. in the Woodstock Club. Southern
smilax. festoons of laurel and baskets of
[K>insettias were effectively used through
he clubhouse. Among the guests were
itiss Eleanor Burckhardt, Miss Dorothy
Solloway, Miss Dorothy Lyon. Miss
Marion Hayward, Walter Allen and Teas
lale Fischer of Cincinnati, Ohio, hoase
guests of Mrs. Shaw
t • •
An attractive wedding of last evening
ivas that of Miss Beatrice May Marshall
ind HaroK M. Trusler. which took place
m the home of the bride's parents. Mr.
ind Mrs. John J. Marshall. 2319 Gale
street. Southern smilax, ropes of laurel
palms and feathery fern, effectively ar
ranged. formed a pleasing background
for the ceremony, which was read by the
Rev. H. W. Baldridge of the Lawrence
Methodist Church Miss Pauline Mar
ihall sang “I Love You Truly,” preced
ing the service, accompanied by Mrs.
belter Spahr. The bridal chorus from
jSß&engrin" was played for the proces
by Mrs. Kenneth Vance.
included Miss Hbpe
maid of honor: Miss Ada Pierce.
sra. Charles Langriaid and Miss Flor
ence Uhl, bridesmaids, and John Cady,
beet man. Miss Hanna wore a frock of
pale green organdie, carrying an arm
jououet of pink roses. Miss Pierce was
gowned In black net over taffeta. Miss
Langma’d it. bine organdie and Miss Uhl
n yellow, and they carried arm bouquets
if roses in the pastal shades. Miss Pauline
Marshall. Mrs. Spahr and Mrs. Pierce,
who joined the bridal party at the altar,
wore frocks of the rainbow
ihades. The bride wore a dainty gown
of white organdie, a tnlie veil, caught
with orange blossoms, and her bouquet
Iras a shower of bride roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Trusler departed after
he ceremony for a short wedding trip
ind will be at home after Jan. 5 at 2319
Gala street.
Among th out-of-tewn guests were
Miss Ruth Acres. Knlghtstown: Mr. and
Mrs. George Bowles, Greenfield; Miss
Harriet Legg. Muncle; Miss Pauline Hits
ind Miss Jean Lagrange, Franklin.
• • •
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cheney, of CMI
- Mo., are the house guests of Mr.
md Mrs. George M. Cheney, 501 East
Twenty-Third street.
• • •
Miss Louise wills entertained this aft
>on with ‘’bridge” and “500” in honor
of young women who are
lame from school for the holidays. To
morrow afternoon she will give a similar
jarty for another group of friends.
• • •
4 Mrs. R. E. Kennlng-ton, 2324 College
Brwenue, will go to Chicago tomorrow to
B>us a few days.
9m • •
fl ills* Mary Eiizabetb Potter. 2432 Cen
ftxA avenue, will entertain New Year's
■At with a dancing party. She will be
HBlsted by her sister. Miss Beulah Pot-
JjfcA who is home from Illinois University
• • •
|SM:e marriage of Miss Esther Luelle
vng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Allen
HfiJCleming. 1509 West Twenty-Sixth
to John Herring Williford of
Term., was quietly solemnized
jSW.bertt Park ''knreh Mo n d*“. tii<* Rev
|UL> H. Smith reading the service.
HH Alma Ayres played the bridal music,
mfJjß- the Mendelssohn Wedding March
proceaslonal. Miss Helen P.yrkit,
of honor, and Miss Grace Aldrich.
||Sxtsmaid, wore midnight blue duvetyn
!S}S Ts and orange-colored blouses, with
Brngti of Sweetheart roses. Roland
Kfenderson and Owen Fleming acted as
Brtoomsmen. The bride wore a suit of
gbrown duvetyn with blouse and hat of
BlUbsm blue satin veiled in brown lace,
Hud her bouquet was a shower of valley
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Rimencing Tuesday, Dec. 28, and Balance of Week
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lilies and Sweetheart roses. A luncheon
in the Blacherne followed the service. Mr.
and Mrs. Williford will be at home tem
porarily with Mrs. Williford’s parents.
They expect to make their home In Mem
phis, Tenn. The guests for the wedding
included only the immediate families, and
members of the Gamma Delta Epsilon
Sorority, of which the bride 13 a mem
* • *
Beta Zeta chapter of the Delta Tau
Delta chapter will entertain Monday night
with a formal dance in the ballroom of
the Columbia Club.
• • •
Miss Yuba Estelle Wilhite, ’cellist;
Miss Ruth Elizabeth Murphy, violinist,
and Mrs. Franc Wilhite Webber, harpist,
went to Newcastle today to give a pro
Public Service Issues Advice
to Apprehensive Public.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Dec. 28.—Influ
enza attack* carry with them “a definite
immunity to subsequent attacks, lasting
several years,” according to conclusions
reached by the public health service,
which believes that even should “flu”
become prevalent here and there this win
ter it will not assume the epidemic pro
portions of the last twe years, nor rage
in such severe form.
Surgeon General Cnmming said there
is no way of defin’tely foretelling
“whether this winter will witness any
recurrence of Influenza in epidemic form.”
He thought it “unfortunate” that the
public took such interest in “spectacular
epidemic outbreaks of disease” and was
“so little moved" by the “dally occur
rence of preventable death.”
Montpelier Boys Mix
Special to The Times.
HARTFORD CITY, Ind , Dec. 28 —As
a result of a Christmas day fight, Dick
Starr, Montreller. paid sls in mayor's
court here Monday. Robert Landon,
Montpelier, the other participant, will
stand trial Friday.
Landon is said to have passed the He
to Starr, opening hostilities.
T. W. Bennett Circle No. 23, Ladies of
the (* A. R.. hare postponed the Christ
mas party until the January meeting, to
be held the second Tuesday of the month.
• • •
Wednesday Needle Club, Myrtle Tem
ple No. 3, Pythian Sisters, will meet with
Miss Ethel Willis, 954 Indiana avenue, to
morrow afternoon.
• • •
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Mora
vian Episcopal Church will hold its meet
ing tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. Arthur
King, 2527 College avenue.
• • •
Golden Rule Lodge No. 23, Ladles'
Auxiliary to S. of R. TANARUS., will hold a
rummage sale tomorrow afternoon at
1520 Columbia avenue.
• • •
The Only Euchre Club will hold a card
party tonight in Musicians’ Halt, 142
East Ohio street.
• • •
Golden Rule Lodge, Independent Order
of Shepherds, will give an entertainment
and dance in the P. H. C. Hall, North
East and East Michigan streets, tomor
row night.
When You
you have a
heart, it is
time to
watch your
stomach. Palpitation
and other signs of “heart
trouble” usually mean
—indigestion, produced
by food poisons that irri
tate every part of the
body heart included.
Iwrt U* of Aar Meicin. in dra World.
Sold mrrvb**. la baxw, 10c , 28c.
For Expectant Mothers
Isn tr Three Sehejutioh*
Wt It, KeokJel an MotbsrhMd ud the
Sl*4Md Hrj a four Dept. i-S,
T,U „ i Mai " 871 *-
Phones: } Auto , 2 i_io“:
Mrs . Housewife,
Do You Know?
(Notv—Each of these household
problems has been worked out by
the author, who has not only taken
a course in scientific housewifery and
dietetics at Columbia University, and
written and edited women’s news
paper and magazine features for
years, but is a practical housekeeper
as well.)
1. How did the turkey derive its
2. Is it true that chicken and turkey
have better flavor If cooked without
3. How to measure a cup of flour In
a modern cook book?
(These questions will be answered to
morrow by the Honsewife.)
1. Turkey breeders keep an occasional
wild gobler because It Is known that
turkeys with three-eights to one-quarter
wild blood are hardier and better flavored
than the pure domesticated turkey.
2. It is most convenient to have the
turkey drawn in the market and wash
by having cold water run through the
Ayres'Downstairs Store
With Radical Pries
Reductions on Women's
SUITS at* 15 50
Coats at US 50
Dresses at f l& 50
Dresses at $ 29- 50
Every Price Means a Saving
of Dollars
Silk Dresses at SIO.OO
Tricotine Dresses at $16.50
Taffeta Dresses at $16.50
Tricolette Frocks at $lO
These four groups are new ar
rivals. Not one in the lot but is
worth more considerably more.
Beautifully Embroidered dresses of
Trtcotine, Tricolette, Serges, Taffetas
and Fine Satins
Downstairs Store
New Between-Seasons Hats
At SJ-95 to $R.75
Smart models of satin, faille silk and crepe and
combinations. Some are trimmed with pretty orna
ments, others show a dainty bit of hand work, while
still others are adorned with beautiful flowers.
Os colors one may choose, brown, black, henna, rose,
navy, peacock and Copenhagen blue.
Some of the hats are displayed In the windows on
Meridian street. —Ayres—Downstairs Store.
Through the Turnstile
■ .... I .—. |
CAMPBELL’S SOUPS, all kinds—can, 12%#; dozen cans, assorted
to order. 51.45.
PANCAKE FLOUR, Virginia Sweet, box, 15#; Aunt Jemima's
and Finsbury's, box, 17*£#. ,
MILK, Borden's Eagle Brand, sweetened, condensed; can, 25c v ,
packed two and four dozen to the case.
MARSHMALLOWS, “Campfire” brnnd, fine for toasting or topping
desserts; large box, 17s?.
PEANUT BUTTER, “Ayres’ Special,” made fresh while you wait;
pound, 20^-
POPCOKN, “Sure Pop,” hullless; box, 14<£; bulk rice corn,
pound, lO#.
RICE, “Batavia,” extra fancy long head; pound carton, 22#.
BREAKFAST BACON, lean and sweet, Klngan's “Porter”
brand, machine sliced; pound, 33#-
—Ayres—Downstairs store.
bird, but do not soak In water. Wipe
out with a dry cloth.
3. Yeast cakes should be kept in a
cool place, but not at freezing point, ns
either extreme of temperature will kill
the yeast.—(Copyright, 1020.)
Detroit Man Victim
of Sleeping Sickness
DETROIT, Dec. 28.—Sleeping sickness
has claimed another victim here the
fourth In six months. Frank L. >*s,
general manager of the Detroit ( Gas
Company, died Monday night a suf
fering from the malady for si eks,
during which period he was *clous
only at intervals.
Spanish Rank
Doors, Report Says
LONDON, Dec. 28.—The Bank of Bar
celona has suspended with liabilities of
1,600,000,000 pesetas, said an Exchange
Telegraph dispatch from Madrid today.
(The pre-war value of the Spanish
peseta in United States money was 2U
Demonstration. Pure cane
syrup, golden color, fine flavor—
No. 5 cans, 35<; case of 6 cans,
E &Co- K
A Super-Sale of Beautiful Sweaters
2 Are Described; Others at $lO and $25
\ ' . - - -,v ' " V ; - %n
The Linen Section Contributes
A Second Special for Clearance
One lot of embroidered scarfs, centerpieces and 13-plaoa lunch Wtn,
sizes of scarfs being 18x36 and 18x46 Inches. Centerptooea, attach.
Round and square lunch sets, slightly mussed; rary special at fl#©
Blue Print Centers
Japanese blue print centerpieces, slightly mossed from display sad
12-inch sqnare, hemstitched, sale price, 1
18-tnch square, hemstitched, sale price, 85#.
36-inch round, crocheted edge, sale price, H-W
45-Inch round, crocheted edge, sale price W.T6
64-Inch round crocheted edge, sale price. ©4.50.
—Ayres Becoad floor.
In the Children’s Department
Wool Sweaters for Girls
Os 6 to 16 Tears of Age
A comparatively large number have been merited special
for clearance, and grouped in three separate price-group* for
quick Belling and easy selection.
At Lowered Prices
720 Pairs men’s socks, wool and cotton, heather mixture,
Bizes 10 to 11%, reduced to 59#.
Outing flannel nlghtrobes, broken assortments, reduced fee
Outing flannel pajamas, “Good Night" and "Brighton" **■%+■
broken assortments, reduced to 98.45.
Men's white Initial handkerchiefs, soft cambric, broken lots,
reduced to 17#, three for KO#l
Men's white initial handkerchiefs with white or fancy
broken lots, reduced price, three for 69#.
Others at 3 for 91*00, three for 9*-86.
Os pure linen, three for 98.95. ,
—Ayres—Men’s store, street floor.
Clearance Prices Prevail on the 6th Floor
Chinaware, electric bulbs, aluminum and enamel ware, baskets, brooms, cots, washing appliances, fur
niture polish, kitchen tables, soaps and washing powders, and even tires from the automobile accessories
section have been included.
Brooms, Baskets and the Like
Baskets, one lot of Imported waste paper baskets, at 45#, 75#
and 98#.
Covered lonch baskets, reduced to 89# and f1.26.
All-willow clothes baskets, reduced to f1.39.
One table full of odd lot baskets and hampers at reduced prices.
Ash baskets, reduced to 20#.
Brooms, all-corn straw, 4-sewed, reduced to 45# each, or three for
Cots, collapsible, telescope cots that will last for year*, only 30.85.
Tub wringers, with guaranteed rolls, special #4.75.
Electric Light Bulbs
Your choice of 25, 40 and 5(1-watt bulbs, guaranteed In every re
spect. Special, 32# each or five for 91*48.
White opal reading globes, special at 48#.
Furniture Polish and Other Things
Furniture polish, small size, 15#; large size, 35#.
Butter merger glass churns, reduced to $1.65.
Japanese double cover chair seats, only 25#.
Seamless garden hoße, reduced to 15# the foot
Kitchen tables, good size, well made, only 96.75.
All-white enamel refrigerators, 943.75.
We Ve never had such a sale of sweaters. We’ve never before been able to
offer such really wonderful values in so many kinds of smart and fine sweat
ers at one time; nor on any one of the kinds have we heretofore been able to
offer such extraordinarily fine values, irrespective of variety,
50 Mohair Sheltlands at $5.95
Tuxedo models, of course (they’re always smart!) with sash belts and
knitted in the beautiful block weave with plain -wßTen Tuxedo collars,” in
orchid, orange, myrtle, tan, purple, navy blue, brown, turquoise, black,
taupe, rust. They are extremely good-looking and manifestly exceptional
Pure Fiber Silk Ones, $8.95
There are eighteen in all, six in navy blue, six in black and six in bprma.
The Tuxedo style is employed in their fashioning, which helps to mak* of
this group an equally wonderful value as the others.
. —Ayres—Sweater department, third floor.
At $2.98
Sash rv eaters, in black,
coral, Americas Baauty axd
At $356
Spencer* and aQpevera;
desirable to wear with, sep
arate skirts.
At $6.96
Cost rw eaters, slipovers,
in peacock, coral and ML
Very warm.
Ayrea—Childras’s dept,
fifth, floor.
In the Raincoat Section
of the Children’s Floor
Black slicker raincoats that buckle up close to reclr
and hare double loose yoke hacks; with hats to match. Sizes
Bto 14. These are for boys r and incidentally are the kind
that boys like best to wear.
Others, for girls, are In all the varied shades and rainproof mm—
tarlals, Jn both cape and coat effects. Sizes l to 16 years.. Price*,
range from 93.75 to 918.00.
. —Ayres—Raincoat dept., fifth Srfoc.
A Number of Different Kinds of
Toilet Articles
•—mentioned as a reminder of the toilet* you may be in need
of. Very interesting prices are quoted herewith on them.
Sylvan talcum, 11#.
Xnola liquid powder, 30#.
Olivia toilet meal, 25#.
Auditorium bath soap, 91.00
Kbonotd military brushes.
91.00 the pair.
The Gray Shop— —=
Fifty Plaid Skirts, $14.95
For the Full-Figured Woman
They are as Rmxrt and good-looking as any plaid
skirt yon could imagine, and withal every skirt wooL
They are especially patterned, tailored with precision,
and the colors are striking, handsome effecti.
Emphasis, however, should be put more strongly cm their,
value. For these are superlative ones, considering their all
wool fabrics, new patterns, special patterning, fin* workman
ship, smart colorings and the very, very low price.
Rises 83 to 40 wslst measure; surely no stout woman, rm
resist this event. —Ayres—Gray shop, third floor.
In the Art Needlwsrk Department—
Clearance of Stamped Goods
Lower prices, we opine, will provide this clearance.
Stamped goods of all descriptions are reduced to insignificant
prices to go into effect "Wednesday.
Scarfs, pillow tops, bedspreads, centers, lunchclotLs, pClowcaiei,
towels, children’s dresses and children's rompers. Some with pack
ages of floss Included. Clearance price range, 50# to $3.50.
Lambawool •Uppers, soles slightly soiled,- all sizes up to No. 1, £n>-
cludlng Infante 5 and misses’. Clearance sale price. 25# the pair.
Novelties —pillows, work baskets, bags and many other things,
slightly soiled, but very greatly reduced in price.
—Ayres—Art needlework, street floor.
Aluminum Ware Reduced
Round or square double roasters, reduced to 91.19.
2%-quart lipped saucepans, reduced to 69#.
8-plece saucepan set, 1,1% and 2-quart pieces, 91.25
Windsor kettles with covers, reduced to 91.75.
Cooking kettles, 5 or 6 quarts, reduced to 91.69.
Stew pans, flat bottom, 1-quart, reduced to 49#.
Cooking pot* with strainer tops, reduced to 91.55.
Teakettle*, No. 7 size,/Reduced to 92.95.
Heavy *aucepan. reduced to 91.00.
Double rice boiler, Colonial shape, reduced to S2.SO
Double roasters, large, oblong shape with ventilator and rack,
Soaps and Washing Powders
Sunny Monday. . Pars for ca/ , Rub-no-Mor o .
Lighthouse. 10 o "r Kirk’s Naptha
Whiter. 100 r ß a ar C s, a '96.23.
J °7* 1 Magic White.
Lighthouse Washing powder, small size, 12 for 49#. IsurgOj, 2
for 56#.
M&Jik-Mald washing powder, 3 packages for 23#.
—Ayres—Housefumlshlnga dept, sixth floor.
L'Origan toilet water, fll.oo
the ounce.
Peroxide tooth, paste. 20# the
Genuine rice powder, 29#.
Shell combs, 39#.
< —Ayres—Toilet goods dept., street floor.

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