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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store. The Ellsworth Store SOCIETY. G34 Miss Cauch. Kucsts were en Charles S.iundor of London, tru famous Knirlish toner, who is a Kucst of lils cousin. Dr. Ait. Horam, t.tn holiday rvt-nin he fore a small com pany at tho honif of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. KnKle, 420 Ilo.tson court. Mr. Saunders delighted his audience with a m.tI? cf Kriirlih haKjd.s Kivn In tho Cornish and iVvonsnlrc dialects nnd saris' several sac rod songs and se lections from the operas. The im promptu program vrave only a hint cf th unusual quality of Mr. iSaund--rs voice and hi power of dramatic Interpretation. Mr. Saunders re turned to South Hrnd Monday after Visiting relatives in Franklin. Ind., over Sunday. H left aain Tuesday ind will return at the end of the week. Honoring Miss 1oh Fay Henderson, "uhosM oim'aiincnt has teen an nounced, the Misses Aurelia Barcome and Irene Cauch entertained with a miscellaneous shower Monday even ing .at the home of 2C. St. Louis st. Thf tertained in the house and on the lawn which was lighted with Japanese lanterns. Bouquets of Killarney roses were used about the rooms. The CuebtH were entertained with a pro gram of music and readings and a dainty supper was served. Twenty lx guests were present. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zigler de lightfully entertained the Mothers' club with a picnic at their home on W. Colfax av., Moniay evening. The tables wero set on the lawn and dec orated with garden llowers. About 55 were present. Miss Mary Stone. 219 K. Indiana av., entertained with a 1 o'clock luncheon Monday afternoon at tho Lexington for Miss Mary Ellis of Vln cennes, Ind., her house guest. Covers wero laid for seven, the taMo decora tions beln- a bouquet of pink carna tions. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Mae Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, 117 N. .St. Peter St., and Iiwrence Barrett, U'5 Adams st. Tho crre.nony took place July 4 at St. Joseph, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett are on their wedding trip in -.Michigan and will be at home in South Bend in a few days. PERSONALS I'M Xeddo has returned from a business trip to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. C.org- Shirk. Miss Saunders and Miss V.h n, of Chicago, "who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. .Stephenson, l-4.5 F. Jefferson boulevard, have re turned home. William Km cry Brown. 734 S. Mich igan st., has returned from Gettys burg, Fa., enthusiastic over his ex periences at the reunion of veterans. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeLorenzl, of Mishawaka, are preparing to 'move to South Bend to reside. Mr. DeLorenzl having s cure,! an interest in the Ceorge. ('utter Co. C. F. I'etot, general manager of the "Walk Over Shoe Co. aim son. Fv-t-rett. of Cleveland, ( .. ami Mr. and Mrs. A. il. Stantz. of Fort Wayne, Ind.. are isiting Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. C.oldy. 4 00 X. Michigan st. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Bobertson, of Chicago, who hae been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bobertson, 41o W. Wayne st., have returned to their home. Charles Burros, who is interested in frettlement work in Chicago, is the guest of Mr. and rMs. II. S. Miller, hot Forest av. J. W. Woodruff. 192 4 &. Michigan tt.. has returned from a visit in Mou:u!sillef W. Va. 1 1. II. Burrell is attending a family reunion at the home of his parents in Washington, Ind. Mr. md Mrs. C. F. Williams, of Chicago, are visiting the latter's pa rents. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Hardy, 110 F. Dayton st. Mr. and Mrs. John Mangold, of Chicago, are visiting Mr. and Mrs, Frank Hauck, Si;! X. dishing st. Word received from Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Wenderoth. who are mak ing a tour of the world, states that they are now in St. Petersburg, Rus sia, and expect to leave soon for Xor way and Sweden. In the fall they will return to i'aris and later visit paln and Fypi where they will spend the most of the winter. The letter states that they are both en Jolng the best of health and gives their forwarding address care of the American Fxprtss company, Paris. Mrs. George Mayr has returned from California and went immediately to Nc"nah. Wis., where her father is seriously ill. Mrs. Margaret Collander. of Dos Moines, la.. and Mrs. Wllhelmina Smith, of Chicago, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Warde U Mack, l.'o X. Shore drive. Mrs. F. A. Basin and children, of Iigrange. 111., are visiting Mrs. Cath erine eBitn-T, 40: Michigan av. F. H. Coleman, formerly a resident of this city, but now located at Rich mond. Ind., has been renewing old Acquaintances the past few day. Mrs. Flizabeth Verby, of Xew York city, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Verby, Columbia st. Mrs. Frederick Kenan and son, of Nndusky, (.. who have been the gu-sts of Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Stephen son. 1 S. t. Joseph st.. have gone to Chicaco to lit relatives before re turning home. Mrs. Fred Stout of Indianapolis spent the Fourth with Miss Lola Blue, 40 1 S. Lafayette jd. Mr. and Mrs. M. S Reach. ?. Taylor st.. and Miss Marie Zangerlo nnd A. Witt are among the South Bend residents who have returned from a week's trip to Fish lake. SHE OBTANED THE VOTE FOR WOMEN IN ILLINOIS. 1 J ..'.."' ' v '-' - .'. - . ' j ' V - a :': ' i . . : - '- v. : . u f "-: . ' , , i t y' : .V '1 I . r' -'.-s '''.' i ' : I ' & v..; -'.'. ' : ) V : ; " i ' ; i j A ;-;.ffr -.1 ; . -i.-:' ' V '' : ' . . 3 . . HVvl - A A &-t v!, - ?V'A-1 ' V-YA . , Tj I - VrS ; yl . ; : ;; ' V f '" - J 31 US. AVTOMXKTTI-: FUNIC. Mrs. Antoinette FFunk maintained what proved to be a successful suf frage lobby at the Illinois State legislature during the present session. Tha work of the lobby ended when Gov. Dunne signed the suffrage bill a week ago. The lobby was made up of women prominent in the social life of Illinois and famed for their philanthropic endeavors. Dr. and Mrs. H. LeMontree, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Unger and Miss Iren Unger and their guests, Miss Sadie Slutsky of Indianapolis, and Miss Le ona Dunas of Chicago, made up a motoring party to St. Joseph, Mich., Sunday. Miss Iona Dunas and Miss Anna Fox of Chicago returned home Mon day after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Unger. Donald Farneman, 1013 S. Michigan st.. returned Monday from Ix.s An geles. Cal.. where he has been at tending college. Mr. and Mrs. Famuel Dolk, S25 X. Michigan st., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wharton, oil 6. Franklin st., have returned after spending a week at Corey lake. V. O. Brown. F. Jefferson boule- ! vard, left Monday for Waukegan, 111., ' where he is fulfilling' a concert en- t agement. ! A. J. Beats of Toledo. O.. is in the city. Mr. Beats on July 4 had a nar row escape when a buggy in which he and T. B. Tucker, son of Toledo's postmaster, was run down and demol ished by an automobile. Xo one was injured. Mrs. B. H. Marsh of Windsor. Can., anu . daughter era Jane are in tne city visiting friends. FRIUD CAKES Beat two eggs, one cup of sugar very, light, add three tablespoons of melted lard, one level teaspoon of salt, cne cup of sweet milk, two teaspoons of baking powder and flour enough to make a soft dough, roll a few at a time until all are ready for frying, fry In deep fat. Al low to cool before covering with sugar. Put pulverized sugar in a paper bag, add three or four fried cakes, close top and shake. Xice way is it not to sugar fried cakes? See that your kitchen fire be bright and your hands be neat and skilled, For the love of man oft takes its flight If his stomach be not well filled." The hot dishes should al ways be hot .and the cold dishes always cold. To have your coffee and salad both iukewarm Is ruinous, indeed. RATE TABLE WITH WILD FLOWER Exhaustless Supply of Blossoms From Early Spring to Late Fall. The dining table without Its cen terpiece of flowers lacks the cheerful daintiness this decoration contriDuies Whether it consists of a single blos som in a tall glass vase or an elaborate arrangement of rare orchids, it rad iates an undeniable charm. Ever" housekeeper loves to have flowers for her table, but the majority conslder them an unnecessary luxury. When purchased at the florists' shops they are frightfully expensive; but na ture has a wealth of treasures in her woods and fields which can be had for the nicking. Few reall2e what an ex haustless supply of blooms suitable for table and house decoration grow un cultivated in the fields. The loveliest centerpieces can be ar ranged with wild llowers and grasses. You need not limit yourself to a dozen or two blossoms and a few ferns; they grow in wanton profusion; like flowers in the fairy gardens, two spring up for each one you pluck. Foliage Is Decorative. The foliage of shrubbery and trees are wonderfully decorative. Especially so when Jack Frost has painted them with his bright tints. Oak, maple. chestnut, walnut and locust, all can bo arranged artistically. From early spring, when the arbutus and bloodroot first appear, until tho leaves drop from the branches, in tho late fall, you can supply your table decoration without expense. Trailing vines, like the honey suckle, clematis. Virginia creeperand wistaria, are especially effective and are adaptable to any form of ar rangement. One of the daintiest field flowers. which comes with July and blooms until late fall, is the wild carot, or Queen Anne's lace. Its feathery, lacy blossoms of white with faint touches of pink permit a low, flat arrange ment, or appear equally well with long stems. In the centerpiece pictured on this page a mass of blossoms is arranged In a low, flat dish. Radiating, in sun burst fashion, from the base, single blooms encircle the central bauquet. A lovelier decoration cannot be im agined. The flowers grow naturally in this manner, long and short stem med blooms on the same plant. Tall Centerpiece Pretty. For those who prefer the tall cen terpiece the honeysuckle vine answers the purpose. A cascade of flowering tendrils from a vase of crystal is most effective. Another pretty arrangement Is to festoon the vine around the edge of the table, and from a low, flat bowl in the center have strands of honey suckle radiating. A perfectly flat arrangement of oak leaves is extremely pretty. From the center arrange the leaves to form a wheel. The spokes may be extended to the edge of the table if desired. There is nothing more beautiful than a field of clover and daisies grow ing together. This is a happy Inspira tion for a centerpiece. Rush baskets having a pan to con tain water can be purchased for a small sum. In one of these place the clover, daisies and grasses in an ar tistic, careless manner. You will be delighted with the result. Brown-eyed susans are lively enough to tempt any one to gather them. They are especially attrac tive when forming a centerpiece for your dining table. They can be ar ranged with or without foliage. Fill a crystal bowl brimful of brown eyed susans and allow a few to fall over. These add a pretty decoration to the base and are thrown into bold relief by the background of white linen. If you have never availed yourself of the privilege before, begin imme diately to supply your table with flow ers from the field. Maidenhair Fern Abundant. In the woods grows the exquisite maidenhair fern which combines so beautifully with any flower. Take a special day to ramble in search of it. You will go again. If your home is in a mountainous region there are innu merable flowers at your command. The mountain laurel, azalera and rhodo dendron are among the most exquisite wild flowers. For the lover of small, delicate blos soms there are the columbine, anem one and false So'omon's seal. Try arranging your centerpieces of field flowers. Your household expense account will be much reduced if you your flowers. These few arrangements will up- j gest many others, equally original and attractive. Each room in the house can have I'LbSWOHTirS OM-MirXDRKl) solmfj: di;i:ssi:s at half piucf. One hundred Linen. Ratine and Voile dresses at just one half the reg ular price. $10.()f tlresses at $5.00. $13.00 " 7.50. . $L".0O " " 12.5 0. Advt. The Ellsworth Store. AT 1ST Ruirniunx CHURCH. Rev. J. Allen .Miller, dean of Ash land college. Ashland, O., will preach at the First Brethren church Tuesday evening. Rev. Miller will also assist at tho communion services Wednesday evening. n - ) I LADIES9 WHITE SHOES Best Sea Island Duck Button Shoes at the extremely low price of Sr l TIN 2 JuLoqJqjJ This is a special number vhich you should see before purchasing elsewhere. DR. THOMSON'S EYE TALKS UMCDKf SHOE COMPANY (Talk Xo. 110) Complications. In a great many eyes there is a complication of defects. In some both far sight and stlgmatism exist. In some there are even three or four different conditions at the same time. Correcting one of the defects Is a re lief to a certain extent but it does not go far enough. It does not put the eyes under normal conditions and re lievo them of all strain. It is neces sary to grind a lens in guch a way that it will correct ALL defects. My business is to measure your eyes ac curately and grind the lenses to fit them. Whether there is one defect or four I hunt them all out and correct them. With all overwork removed your eyes will be rested and strength ened. My office is at the southwest corner of Michigan and Wayne streets, sec ond floor. My factory occupies the entire third Moor. I do not charge for consultation. DRl H. A. THOMSON 201 South Michigan SU Southwest Corner Wajno and Mich. ot Opca oa WeUacsdaj Afternoons" For Your Summer 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 Mayr's Jewelry Store ! 121 W. Washington Av. Bargainland is be ing Sold Out. Because we need the Base ment Room for Other Purposes Bargainland is being Closed Out. Prices Regardless of Cost are Putting the Punch in this Sale. Here are a Few Price Notations: Men's Work Shirts, 29c Side Combs, one cent. Barrettes, one cent. Wash Cloths, 3c each. Turkish Towels, 12c Gas Mantles were 9c, now 5c. Soap odd lot 2c cake. Barber Towels, 3 cents. Curtain Scrim, 9 cents. Wood Shine, 25c can, 5c'; 40c can, 10c. Swift's Pride Cleanser, 5c can. Odd Lot Gloves, 5c pair. Apron Gingham, 3c yard. Challie, Scrim and Calico, 3c yard. Lot Dress Ginghams, 8V2C. Handkerchiefs, lc each. Lot Pictures, 95c 49c cents. Come Tomorrow Morning Special Prices throughout the Store. Wednesday Morning Sale spe cial Prices in Effect Wednesday Morning Only. Here's the Reason The Ells worth Store closes at Noon this is in Accord with our Time Tried Practice of Closing Wednesday afternoons during July and Au gust and We Propose doing a Day's Business before we go Strid ing Out-of-Doors for a Half Day in the Open. So, Come Tomorrow Morning. Handkerchiefs, 3c each. Box Writing Paper, 9c. Lot Sweater Coats, 39c. Lot Children's Dresses, 49c. House Dresses and Kimonos, 69c Lot Men's Ties, 9c. Lot Wash Petticoats, 37c. Lot Black Petticoats, 75c Lot of Underwear, 39c. Lot of Underwear, 19c. Lot Boys' Waists, 19c Rompers and Dresses, 19c. Men's and Ladies, Hose, 9c. Embroidery, 27 inches wide, 9c. 45 inch Embroidery, 19c Children's 79c Dresses, 49c Remnants Dress Goods, 9c a yd. Bargainland Sale Is Now On Its individual bouquet supplied by na ture, the greatest of all florists. ELLSWORTH'S .BATHING SUITS AT ABOUT ILVLP PRICE. Through a fortunate purchase we are able to offer Bathing: Suits for woman at about Half Price. J2.00 Bathing Suits at $1.39. $3.00 $5.00 $7.50 Advt. $ 1.95. 2.95. ' 3.95. The Ellsworth Store. ELLSWORTH'S BVRGAIXLAXD BEING SOLD OUT. Because we need the basement room for other purposes, Bargainland is -beiruj closed out. Prices regardless of cost. Everything going. The Ells worth Store Advt ELLSWORTH'S PARASOLS $1.88. $3 to $5 Parasols, choice $1.88. All colors and shapes. The Ellsworth Store. Advt. W. J. NEIDHART 114 E. Jefferson St. Wall Paper and Picture Framing 3 S E3 THE GREATEST PAYOR You can lo to .i friend is to soil him a shoo that fits. Tho worst thin you can do to an enemy is to sell him a shoe that d oesn't. Beitncr's Sons 111 So. Michigan St. 3:1 a- A MY-SAYMG OPPORTUNITY Of unusual importance is presented in our series of July Bar gain Sales. Our plans for Fall make it imperative that all Spring and Summer garments disappear down to the last one. Two arguments should appeal to you. You know that we carry the classiest line of Women's Garments in the city and that they are all new this season's styles. The prices have been knifed to force a quick clearance. Unheard of prices on first class, seasonable merchandise. Coats audi Suits at Half Price and Less Cool Waists, Dresses and.Kimdnos. It is possible to be comfortable at little expense. SEE OUR $3,75 DRESS LUNDY & CO. Cor. Mich. & Wayne Sts. V A Jim ww fill I" V P It Ml 3C s n en n