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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
vkd:;csiay. jixy 2, ion SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store The Ellsworth Slore r . ft A 2 Ht'Vcra', automobiles with a party of outh Hend young opie motur'-d to the Kiu-wat-r club at St. Joseph, iljch., Wfiir.'-y.Iay afternoon. wht-r, thvy were entertained at a dinner and 1 dance. The p irty was chaperoned : by Mr.. (Jcore Keller and included! the Mits Helen I nt, H b n liaimh-; ton. Kathryn Carlisle, U'bn Davie.--, j Catherine Oliver, Mary Hammond, j Frances Hillier, Dorothy Ilru'er, j Jessamy Fountain. Martha Fmmon., Martha Fianueiy of Chicago, Ksther and Josephine CraMII, Annalndle Iap lincott. Charlotte Davenport of Day ton, )., and Xorri.s Zizler, Norman Keller, IMwanl Williams, Ciiarhs Carlisle, Stuart Klbel. (leorp- Iavies, Henry Harper, Harris Funk, Kwart Kmmons, 1'aul McDonald, Charles l'lannery of 'hk-ro, DeKoy Claiur, JltUh M' Kinley, Neil Jlobertson and Verne Step hen.-on. Miss Pearl I'.illow and Irwin II. Ilutzhach were married Saturday at Three Hi vers, Mich. The bride is the daughter of .Mrs. Flla 1'rutzman. of Three I livers, and Mrs. Hutzhach is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Uutz bach, Ool . .rt. Joseph st. WOMEN In the current events. J -.- Vv; Mr?;-. ,,., t . v .... .--cr ..ux i.v. ""A r ir- l- - V : ' s,'- f SOCIAL CLUBS A well attended meeting of the Auten V. il. C. was held Tuesday afternoon at the old court house. The time wa.s spent li sewing carpet racs Rr.d in needlework. Another thimole liarty will he held next week. At the business meeting in theVven arrangements were made to K.ive nn ice cream social on the court house lawn Saturday evening. f ir j from the Thomas Normal Training school in domestic science and art. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Walters and daughter, Mary Kathryn. and Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Walter have motored to Eagle lake to spend the fourth. Mrs. Josephine Jones, who has been in St. Joseph's hospital for the past six weeks, has been removeJ to the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. G. Crablll. 117 N. Shore drive. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Xapper and family of 217 X. .Main St., are spend ing a few weeks at Eagle lake. Mrs. Moise Dumont, 729 E. Madison st.. and her three youngest children, have gone to pringiield, Mass., and later will go to Montreal, Canada. Tey will be gone six weeks. Mrs. Frederick Keenan, of Upper Sandusky, O., is the guest of her .sis ter, Mrs. Home Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Cohen, of I IS Sherman av., have left for a trip abroad to visit their parents. On their way east they will visit the prin cipal cities. They will sail from New York Aug. 9, for Berlin. LADY SACKVILLE. MRS. CHARLES E. DOLL, Mrs. Doll and Miss Madeline Sylvester are engaged to marry Rus sell H. Millward. an African explorer. Mr. Millward returned a few days ago for the wedding but the heart of his bride-elect quailed at the thought of a bungalow in the jungle. So she changed her mind right quickly and married Charles E. Doll in 'his stead. Lady Sackville is just now en gaged in a legal battle over an estate of five "millions. . Members of the Co As club were pleasantly entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Eugene Dnmbacher, 525 S. Fel lows st. Favors at cards were won by Mrs. Philip druse and Mrs. Verne Melton. Luncheon wa.s .-erved. Mrs. Borden h. Post will entertain the club on her birthday anniversary, Juiy 10 and also at the regular meeting in two weeks, at her home, 1115 N. Allen st. The Cosy Corner circle spent the afternoon in needlework Tuesday fit the home of Mrs. (.lust Johnson, 10J5 Yassar a v. A picnic will be given by the club at Springbrook park in two weeks. In case of rain Mrs. E. D. Knauss. 80 4 S. .Main st., will enter tain the members. The South Bend club met Tuesday afternoon with Mr.-;. W. S. Weaver, 412 Wood st. At cards favors wcr.1 v.-on by Mrs. W. H. P.randt. Mrs. Eli Spencer and Mrs. Daniel Mattison. Cuests from out of the city were Mrs. M. Winters of Pitteca Citv, ()., and Mrs. M. II. Kissinger of Niles. Mrs. Winters was awarded the guest favor. The luncheon and house decorations v ere all suggestive of the fourth. In two weeks Mrs. Thillion. llfi Fourth st., Mishawaka, will entertain the club. The day has been change1 trom Wednesday to Tuesday. Fourteen members of 'the Eureka club and five visiters spent Tuesday nt Pleasant lake, Midi. Dinner and supper wore served and the time was spent informallv and with needlework. July 17, Mrs. Vv. II. Calvert, 1022 W. Colfax a v., will entertain the club. v,;;, ,,, BUSINESS WOMEN PLAN SOCIAL SERVICE WORK The members of the Young Worn- i en s, ihbie class organized lor social service and. personal work among the young women of the city, at their reg ular meeting Tuesdav evening at the First Presbyterian church. Commit tees Ave re named from the employes of the different business houses to take charge of the Aarious lines of Avork. Miss Louise Schneider was named superintendent of the memoershlp committee and Miss Maude Heath chairman. The other members are Miss Nellie Whiteman of the Birdsell Manufacturing Co.; Miss Elsie Sheetz of the Wilson Eros, shirt factory; Miss Evelyn Harsh, a teacher; Miss Rose IMister, of the Stephenson Underwear Mills; Mrs. Adda Wells, of the Ride nour Apron Factory; and Miss Ethel Porta, of L. C. Gross & Co. Miss Edna Evans is superintendent of the ushers and Miss Mary Summer gill, chairman. The other members r.re Miss Fraee Shirk of the Davies Laundry Co.; Miss Fannie Jain, of the Securitv Eoan Co.; Miss Marv Stoll; Miss Clara Clark, of the Birdsell Manufacturing Co.; Miss Helen Mar tindale, of the Ktudebaker corpora tion; Miss Berniee Morris, of the L. ALL WHITE AND ALL BLACK HAT Trimmed in many, dainty ways: With Flowers, Maline and Ribbons; some with ostrich plumes. $5.00. Advt. Newman's-Williams'. P. Hardy Printing Co.; and Miss Irene Penwell, of the South Bend Business College. Miss Grace Cady and Miss Lillian Martin Avere appointed superintendent and chairman respectively of the so cial committee. Others on the com mittee are Miss Lela Cook, employed in the J. M. S. building: Miss Vera Ferguson, of the Birdsell Manufac turing Cc, and Miss Louise Zoss, of the Wyman store. Miss Nadlne Folsom Avas appointed superintendent of the Lookout and Helping Hand committee and 'Miss Grace Bernhardt chairman. Miss Rose Schafer and Miss Jessie Botsford are members of the committee. A personal Avork committee was appointed with Miss Mabel Martin superintendent, and Mrs. J. Frances Folsom chairman. The other mem bers are Miss Elizabeth Runkle, Miss Florence Fowler, of the Studebaker corporation; Miss Stella Windbigler, of the Kahn Manufacturing Co.; Miss Bertha Babbitt, of the L. P. Hardy Printing Co.; Miss Ruth Chamberlain, of the Robertson dry goods store; Miss Anna Baldwin, of the Folding Paper Box fftctory ; and Miss iMayme Ilintzel man, of tho Wilson Brothers shirt factory. ELLSWORTH EOLK OEF TO PICNIC Employes Form Parade Through Down ToAvn Streets Enroutc to Depot. With a flourish of red and white banners and headed by'their OAvn band the employes of the Ellsworth store started on their annual picnic at 11:45 o'clock Wednesday morning. The employes formed in line of march and proceeded to the Vandalia station down Michigan St., through the busi ness district and then on Lafayette st. Clyde M. Valentine Avas marshal of the day. The picnic Avas held at Plymouth on the fair grounds. A special train left the Vandalia station at 12:45, carrying the picnic party. "Seing Plymouth" Avagons carried the croAvd from the station at Plymouth to the fair grounds, where dinner was served by O. A. Clark. A field day program Avas planned to fill up the afternoon, then a buffet luncheon, dancing, and after that the "gloAV worm" parade, Avhich is a fea ture of all the Ellsworth picnics. The party will return to South Bend at 8:45 o'clock. Where are You Going to Spend Your's, Mr. Man? Well, no matter where, Vacation Time is at Hand and before Going You must needs Be Ready. That's what we're Interested In In Making You Ready. So, Here are a Few Pointers, which Kindly Consider. And, Say, come in and Look About in our Men's Wear Store. Let's go over the Shirts. This is Soft Shirt Time and, hence, soft shirts are the Wanted Kind. Now, look, Soft Shirts some with collars to match S1.00 to $1.69 Values, at 95 cents. Extra Quality Negligee and Pleated Shirts with laundered cuffs Si. 50. Silk Shirts in Beautiful Effects from $3.00 to $5.00. Men's Night Shirts, 50c, 75c and $1.00. Pajamas from $1.00 to $2.50. And Coming to Underwear this is the Time when ,for B. V. D. Union Suits, $1.00. B. V. D. Shirts and Drawers at 5oc a garment. It's a so Time When for Munsing Union Suits. We have them in all styles, including short sleeves ankle length; short sleeves knee length; closed crotch and drop-seat styles. Bleached or Ecru for $1.00, $1.50 and $2.50 per suit. Goinjr Away Tinv is Here Vaca tion Needs for tho Whole Family. CHURCH AFFAIRS. ' For Your Summar Vacation Trip Traveling Sets of Ivory and Leather. Brush and Comb Sets. Manicure Sets. Drinking Cups. Leather Purses and Pocket Books. All high grade, such as you expect at TMTT TJl T ? nayf a jewelry Store 121 W. Washington Av. The Ladies' Aid society of Trinity Presbyterian church met socially Tues day evening in the church parlors. Refreshments were served. Mrs. K. H. Kupel, assisted hy Mrs. H. T. Davis and Mrs. L. O. Stephens, entertained the Foreign Missionary so ciety of the First M. K. church at her home, 211 S. Lafayette St., Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Hollo l'ifer guve a re port of the midyear meeting of the committee of the society with other delegates at Indianapolis in May. j Mrs. CI race Farnaman read a story, ! "The Third Prayer", followed by a j reading by Mrs. Kmil Reyer entitled, "Mother". August '5 Mrs. Grant Tank, ill02 X. Michigan st., will entertain 'the societv. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS mm mm mwb 1 Y" The Fourth! How Are You fioin to JVlobrate? Picnic, excursion, visit ing or staying at home. In any case you'll want your feet to be cool and comforta ble. You'll want them to feel and look well. Why not spend the day and other warm days in a pair of our easy Oxfords. Pump: shoes ? Tics and outing Beilner's Sons 111 St). Michigan St. m PERSONALS P. MAS GIVKX HAXQUKT. LAPORTE, Ind., July A sur prise banquet was given at the Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening by the postof lice clerks to the new postmaster, James Terry, and the retiring one, P. O. Small. Neither knew of tho ban quet until they got to the building. Harry Darling, of the Argus-Bulletin was toastmaster. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS This is the Day of the Ellsworth Picnic-Field Day and Plymouth is the Scene of Action. Great Doings. We'll be Open Tomorrow Morning and we're Planning to do a Big Day's Business. Closed Thursday evening as Usual. Friday is the Fourth as you have doubtless Observed and we will be Closed all day. This is in Accord with the Time Tried and Time Honored Policy of thi$ Store. I All Kinds of Ties Prices the Same. Cheney Silks Right up to the Moment in Stvle Plain Colors with Square Figures 50c. Cheney Tubular Ties the Kind that will Not Wrinkle and will Slip Under the Collar Easily 50c. New Knit Ties the Kind Up-to-Daters Want Plain Pack Ground with Cross Stripes ZOc. Tub Silk Ties Just Right for Sum mer Outings 15c each or two for 25 c. A Line of 50c Ties 17 Cents or Z for 25c. Here Silk Plated Hose Just the Thing and Low. Too 25c. i TUB, &IUG.MZ$T SfOrAf TOltf' NilUf4 -if 1 1 1 I Best Sea Island Duck Button Shoes at the extremely low price of This is a special number which you should see before purchasing elsewhere. ,'; ." l 'AW yv,v,.t g Ssua M UMflM SHOE COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. Brandon en tertained an auto party at a six o'clock dinner Monday at the country home of Mrs. Cripe, near Walkerton, the occasion being the ninth birthday of their son, Lucas. The guests were Lucas and Thomas Brandon, Jr., Mrs. Vivian Huntsman, Florence Kirby, Adeline Paffenbach, Dorothyy Spohn, Anna Abshire, Bera Thayer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagey and children. Hazel and MabeL Alvin Hagey and Devere Method. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Ames, of the Y. M. C. A., will spend the Fourth and the week end at Madison, Wis., where they will attend an Ames family re union. Mr. Ames will return Monday while Mrs. Ames will remain some time. Mrs. B. Chard, of North Branch, Mich., is visiting her son, S. G. Chard, 601 Leland av. O. A. Press, 312 W. Wayne st., who has been sick for 10 weeks, is im proved sufficiently to be moved to the country. He is now located on a farm northeast of the city and is ac companied by Mrs. Prass, who is also in delicate health. Miss Hazel Kitson, of Canton, O., is visiting her brother, Frank Kitson, 722Harrison av. Fred Kern, 516 S. Michigan st., is spending his two week's vacation from the Gas company's offices, at Marcel lus, Mich. Miss Amelia Wise, daughter of Hon. Adam E. Wise, of Plymouth, Ind., is visiting her uncle, W. A. Ewald, 327 N. Notre Dame st. Harry Brown. 316 W. Wayne St., left Wednesday for a summer camp at Nirvanna, Minn., where he will re main two weeks and then continue up into Canada for an extended trip. John -Murray, of Lowell, Mich., is visiting Chas. Klnyon, on Indiana av. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Kinyon. 1702 Portage av., have left on an auto trip to Grand Rapids and other Michigan points. G. W. Harrison, cashier of the Cit izen's National bank, is on the sick list and has been off duty for three days. Julius Retaking, of the Citizen's National bank, is spending a two week's vacation in Rochester, Ind. Adam Kline, 606 Euclid av., has left for a two week's trip through Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma, Milo Hyde. Louis lnwood and Hjgh Stephenson, have gone to Culver, Ind to attend the summer school of the Culver military rrademy. Mrs. Harry Hendricks, 112S Portage av., is visiting in Pompey, Mich. Reed L. Parker, one of the auto mobile editors of the Chicago Tribune 1 is accompanying the Indiana automo bilists on their tour to the Pacific coast. Mrs. Parker will be the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. B. Birdsell, 511 W. Colfax av., until Mr. Parker re turns. W. W. Ridenour, 52 6 N. Main st.. is in New York city. His two children. Harold and Jeanette, accompanied him as far as Cleveland, O. Miss Lena Kallies and Miss Bessie Bliss "have gone to St. Joseph, Mich., for a week's visit. Miss Grace E. Dimock has returned from Detroit where she graduated We Are Offering Special Inducements in Quality LEA! ME. u IP ii i P 11 The supreme test of leather upholstery falls on the QUALITY of the leather. Beautiful designs and skillful workmanship count for naught if inferior leather is used. The leathers used in our furniture are notable for exclusive treatment in tanning and finish, by which the big, clean hides are transformed into our matchless "Spanish)' and "Moroc co" leather the most beautiful and durable leathers are fast colors, waterproof, and the finish will not chip or peel. It is interesting to note that we are showing by far the largest stock of leather furniture ever seen IN ANY ONE STORE, AT ANY ONE TIME, IN SOUTH BEND. Come and see, and take advantage of this special buying opportunity. 226 South Mich 10 an stmzzt. Ettinger-Johnson's Old Stand. NEW HOTEL IS OPENED Tlio Colfax is Located in the Xow Leer JJuIId'ns. The Colfax hotel was opened in the Leer building Tuesday under the management of Mrs. S. H. Jeffrey with F. P. Brown as her direct rep resentative. The hotel occupies the upper floors of the Leer building on Colfax av. The rooms have recently been furnished and every arrange ment has been made to give the public the best accommodation. The hotel beinff centrally located has 50 rooms and will provide ac commodation for lodpers only. A cafe will be installed later. Ointment, which heals all skin erup tions. No matter how lon you hav boon troubled ty itching, burnintr, or scaly skin humors, just put a little of that soothing antiseptic. Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, on the sores and tJ.e suffering stops Instantly. Healing begins that very minute. Doctors use it in their practice and recom mend it. Mr. Allrman, of Littletown. Pa., says: "Had eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment cured it in two weeks." Guaranteed to re lieve or money refunded. All drus Kists, or bv mail. Price .10c. PfeifTt Chemical Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis'. AdvL Unchtly Face Spots Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Eczema TRIMMED 1 1 ATS AT $1.00. $3.00 to $5.00 Trimmed Hats at $1.00. Every Hat must fro regard less of cost to make room for new poods. New man's-Williams'. Advertisement. 7Z JULTf n (3 3E n! r3 rrzi n nn n 1 rrv I U U lizj tx Li J UU VVili WILL- PERSONALLY W fl (T A M APPEAR AT THE ITU AY WADXESDAY AND THURSDAY This is the first appearance of this popular South Bend actress before a home audience since leaving the Indiana Stock company. She will entertain with an interesting talkalogue 2.nd tell of her moving picture experience. Utr latest story pictur. "The Suwanee River", will be shown as well as a two-heel Vitagraph special fea ture, "The White Slave". Owing to the extreme expense incurred the admission will be 11 Sale Note the unprecedented values in the list below. Gingham and Tissue Dresses $6.50 for $3.75 Ratine and Line" Dresses $15.00 for $9.50 Lawn Kimonos $1.50 tor 95c White Waists $1.50 for $1.00 Middy Blouses 75c and $1.00 Balkan Blouses $1.25 and $1.75 Navy Serge Suits $18.50 for $9.25 Eponge Suits $35.00 for $17.50 Bedford Cord Coab $20.00 for $10.00 Moire Silk Coats $45.00 for $22.50 Crepe Meteor Dresses $25.00 for $17.50 Lingerie Dresses $25.00 for $17.50 Lingerie Dresses, special $10.00 Sweaters $4.00 for $2.00 Silk Petticoats $5.00 for $3.50 In every line we have cut the price deeply to effect a rapid reduction in the size of our stock. If you have need, come in. COR. MICHIGAN AND WAYNE STS. 13