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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Moxi.v, .TriiV it, mis SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN i DESTITUTE AMERICANS ! ARRIVE FROM MEXICO - r- rt 1 Mr?. WanJc I.. Muck L'.ne a pretty Z o'clock tea for s-v-n girls Mumlay afternoon in the Iwlncton TV a roo:ii. The afl'air was in corn plini'Tit to her two niTt', Mi? Wilhehnin.i S:nith, of Chiri;-o, ;m, .MI.- .Marg.m.-t Cal Iami r. .f P- Moin'-.-. Ia. who are her gue.-t.. The guests were the .Ml.--.- i:.-th-r aii! Jo-ephino Crabill. Mary Hammond, Joephin Willi. iri;s ar;.l her house tfue.st. Miss Corinm Kei henbarh. of Chicago. Mi.- IMr.;i CVr.'adden cntr rtained a, small (v.nii'.'iny oi -rirls at a dialing disn api r Sunday evening. JULY SEES NEW RECORD IN NUMBER OF FIRES Although half of July has not pass ed, the month lias established a rec ord for l.uiim the largest numb, r of fire calls ever recorded at the 'ire station. In the past the maximum number of fire calls answered by tho th i!end fire station ha? never ex ceeded 40. This year, July 14 finds nearly recorded. probably due to tho exceedingly dry weather. The largest number of roof tires and of :ras fires brings the number up, while firs starting under all condi tions are more numerous than ever. Although there has been a large number of fires, th- damage has been l;ept at a mark slightly over zero, as but few fues have been recorded where there was any loss at all. Fire lepart.nent;; were called out live timed to rut out grass fires Sunday. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC OVER AT HUDSON LAKE Plans are beln made for the picnic of the Indiana A v. Christian church Sunday school picnic at Hudson lake Saturday. The Sunday school mem bers will leave on special ears at lt ::'.(', in the forenoon and at 1:4.".. A program of athletic events, races for boys and girls, and a ball .name will occupy the day. A reception of new members will be held at the ehurch Friday evening When refreshments wil be served be fore the piouram begins. Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday even In?? and the I'.uil.ling Fund commit tee will meet Tuesday evening. The pastor, Kev. Cecil Franklin, preached two sermons on the Holy Spirit Sunday. SCHERMANN FOR COUNCIL William Sehermnnn. 2 1 ' Iiridge st., for 40 years a re' ident of Eolith Hend, has announced his candidacy for the nomination for councilman from the Fourth ward on the democratic ticket. Mr. Sehernmrin was in the council 12 years ago and made a good record, lie has lived in the Fourth ward for DO years. Miss Corinne I teiche n J Heh. of Chi cas;o, who is the guest f Miss Jo f;ephine Williams, wiil return Wed Iiesda v. YOU'LL LIKE THE liliVIBALL PIANO Easy Terms or Cash. Write for Catalogue. B. IV! COX PIANO HOUSE 31G S. Michigan St. Go Prepared on Your Vacation Trip You'll need a TRAVELING MANI CURE SET, TRAVELING TOILET SET, DRINKING CUP or the like. We sell small Good Leather Goods. Good Automobile Goggles. Frank Mayr Sons Co. PROMINENT WOMAN PHYSICIAN TAKES ISSUE WITH OFFICIAL AT WASHINGTON L - - '. ' ..- ' V 4 - r i ;..t ::- ' ;V sV ' A .ft-v- - ,; vvx :?-zJ ACID FRUITS BEST MAKING JELLY Contain Most "Pectin," Prop erty Which Makes Juice Gelatinize Some Recipes. .Many Face Financial Iluin From Scries of llcvolutions That Hate laralj-7.ctl IJuIne?is. ; . ? -' - t 2 : r; ... . A . - : - . . :, v:,- . t , ---Hi,v. 4 y?4 i ' . ... i ' - . ' ; v . v f ' .v.' :''' .; '; - s : ;: :. -" fj-'rSs . : . r. r - . : v y,: '-x v ' :; .4 ': . -..V ' . " .ij." ' . ' - - ."--iftW JT IV v: ... 4 "4 A . 1 I it (iHACi: P. m nut AY. Dr. (Trace P. Murray, one of tin; most pronjinont women doctors in America, disagrees with Dr. Y. C. llucker, of the public health service of Washington. Dr. Kucker ha.s laid down certain rules regarding the coliir of clothlni; hlonds shouKl wear in order to avoid the heat. The uniform h advises consist! of wliite dresses) lined hsits, dark Rlases, and blue or orange color(t underwear. Now conies Dr. Murray, who says tht re are no particular coiors warranted to protect blondes from the rays of the sun. ?hat Bo the Circus Folks Do When They're Off Duty? The average housekeeper often feels very less sure of the success of the jelly than of preserves and it is al most a "gamble." There is a lonff siory of pectose and pectase (which the average woman has no time or inclination to understand or under stand or solve.) These always exists in unripe fruit. As the fruit ripens they together form pectin. This is necessary material for jelly making. 1 Pectin is at its best when fruit is just ripe, but, as we so rarely are able to secure the fruit at Just that time, it is far better to use it a little before for making jelly." Pectin has the power to gelantinize. Too long boil ing of fruit and sugar causes the pec tin to lose this power. Acid fruits contain most pectin, so it is often nec essary to combine fruits as the straw berry, which has very little jelly-making pectin with currant or gooseberry and we have a fine jelly. Here is a list of the best jelly making fruits. Currants, crabapple, apple, quince, grape, blackberry. rapsberry and peach. Apples will form a jelly base and may be flavored with almost any fruit flavor or spice. Strain all juices for jelly through cheese-cloth bags. Do not press, bijt allow to drip slowly and for every pint of juice used add one pint of granulated sugar and boil slowly twenty minutes. Raspberries and currants, equal amounts and make the same as cur rant jelly. Marmalades require great care while cooking. They burn very easi ly. If it is made from berries the fruit should be rubbed through a fine sieve to remove all seeds. Measure fruit and sugar, allowing one pint of sugar to each quart of fruit pulp. Itlnse the preserving kettle so sides and bottom are moist. Add layer of fruit, then layer of sugar until not more than two layers of each are used. (Layers to be not more than two inches deep.) Heat slowly and stir constantly. If one has tm iron stana used lor noiaing a sad iron stand place it under the kettle so as to allow an air space between heat and kettle bottom. Allow to boil slowly two hours for not more than four quarts of fruit. Pack in small Jars or glasses and cover with paraf-finc. WASHINGTON, July 1 4. Destitute Americans are arriving in th United States cn every boat from Mexican ports. Many of them face financial ruin in consequence of the series of revolutions which has paralyzed com mercial and industrial enterprises, and they are leaving the southern re public with reluctance. American consuls are empowered to draw upon the states department for funds to bring Americans out of the various danger zones and in some instances, notably at Torreon, Am bassador Henry Lane Wilson has sent money to be expended by consults and consular agents to relieve actual hunger. 1 As . . V V ill. -r ' r .V 1 the $im SILK SALF TUHSDAY Brandon Durrcll C.. Beautiful fancy foulards and Mossiline s'ilks. the best $1 and qualities, Tuesdav .9c. COMF TO TIU: SILK STOKF fancy $1.25 KILLED BY- INTERURBAN TERRA HAUTi:. Ind., July 14. Miss Anna Donani, 2 5 yea's old, of Sandford, west of Terre Haute, Was killed Sunday night by an tastbound interurban car. A passing freight train prevented her hearing the car and she stepped directly in its path. Brandon & Durrel Co. This store is known to be the great est silk storein Northern Indiana and to-morrow we offer $1 and $1.25 silks for C9c. CITIZFX'S MEITTIXG The 7th ward citizens will be held at the Studebaker School on Monday evening, July 14th. Good speakers Everybody welcome. Advt TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS l L ROIIEXVTS CHIROPODIST Ions, Enlargre Joints and In- grown Njdbj Treated. Of and Raaideno. 22 a. Taylor Stieot. - Hortw Phone 2451, Phon All Will call at your residence or ofno by appointment. You can't always make everything "just so." Sometimes you will get in more shortening than usual; or make the batter a httic thin; or it m-w not he convenient to put a cake in the oven the moment it is mixed or your oven may not bake evenly and it is necessary to turn the nan around none of these little uncertainties make the slightest the ran around none difference in results if you use mm rowDER i 'iinmiu fffimu This modern, double-raise baking powder has unusual strength anJ is absolutely certain to raise your biscuits, cakes and pastry light and feathery. It generates an abundance of leavening gas both in the mix ing bowl and in the oven. The raising is sustained until the dough Is cooked through. Housewives who use K C never have "bad luck" with their baking. Try KCaf our risk. Your grocer will refund your money if you arc not clcased in every way n w 9 1 0s The Sale of Sales. It's the Ransack R-A-N-S-A-C-K and it begins Tuesday Morn ing that's Tomorrow. Details on Page 4. I Mum Jelly Use an unripe acid plum. Wash fruit and remove all stems. To each peck of fruit add one quart of water. Cool gently until plums fall to pieces. (Be careful and stir as they burn eas ily.) Strain juice through chees.j cloth bag and allow- a bowl of juice to bowl of sugar. Heat slowly to boiling point and boll fifteen minutes. Turn Into tumblers. Wild grapes make a most delicious jelly. St rn wherry and Currant Jelly To ten quarts of strawberries add two quarts of currants and proceed as for currant jelly. Boil fifteen min utes after it begins to bubble. Fine for game. ladies with lithe young air and the What do tho m atglt -1 little fluffy skirts ar.d tht girls that fly through the a.tonislu'd pT.tns that sm able to walk on .pidr webs do when they are not in the arena? Do they spend their b is'iie hours riding around and around on the ayly-decked circus hors-s? Do they always wear their abbreviated and dazzling costumes? Do they sometimes take a little nap on the slack wire? Do they ever for get their bewildering 'accomplish ments and " come to earth" and cat and sleep and talk and love like ordi nary people Keally when they are out of the rlmr. the eireus women are for all the world like ordinary peo;:"e except that, perhaps, they are a bit more friendly and jolly and mutually ad miring than many grops of other groups of other folks that conic be fore the public eye. It has often been said that tho members of a circus are one big family," and although this is less true than in the old days, since now the 4 ? fH.fi nrrwTTrrril fr T73 5 i r M ' it CV 1 3 I 10c 10c MORAL Moving Pictures And Vaudeville yakm:k mstf.us Singing niul Dancing MISS 1 Do IiArAYKTTi: The Mu-Ual Maitl WILUMll) i:iULPJ)T hosi: iux'ivi:uicii Songs a 4 tt LADIES9 WHITE SHOES Best Sea Island Duck Button Shoes at the extremely low price of This is a special number vhich you should see before purchasing elsewhere. UNION yvii r3 mm various troupes join a circus for a few i months and devote their winters to vaudeville, or some other engage ments; still there is an intimate fam ily spirit in the modern big circus, that is surprising. Invariably anions circus folks the circus and their particular "stunts" are the principal things of 'life. Ask them how they came, to go into the business and they will say, "I was born in it." or "well, I really didn't have much to do or say about it, I starteed when I was two and a half years old. I belong to a circus fam ily, of course. Some Home Iilfo. The performers manage to get some sort of domestic life even on the "road." They do not, as some imagine, actually live and sleep in tents. Their homo is the train which conveys the circus and each woman has her regu lar berth which she fixes up to suit her individual taste. There are cur tains of pink and blue, or some fa vorite color, and there are pictures and precious tribles hung around. As a rule everybody eats in the cook tent and mighty good food they enjoy. There Is not a great deal of time for idling among circus people. Kven in their scant home hours they frequently spend a largo part of the time practising or working up new ideas. Hird Millman. "queen of the high wire" is never idle and very of ten may be seen practising upon the wire stretch? d somewhere back of the dressinf tent. When the Barnum show comes to South liend, Tuesday a big spectacle entitled "Cleopatra based upon inci dents in t.'ie life of Kgypts Ill-fated queen will be presented as a feature act. Iceland is represented in the circus by Josefsson'3 "Gllme" troupe of Icelandic wrestlers. Other new fea tures are Mikado's champion wres tlers and jiu jitsu experts; Lupeta Pe rea. aerialht; Bird Millman May will Wirth a young Australian who be seen for the first time here. The clowns, of whom P. T. Barn um once said, "they are the per upon which the circus is hung" number over two score. To Look and Feel Bright in Hot Weather (From The Woman Beautiful.) TM is the season when she who would hare a rose-leaf complexion, lilv-white neck and hands, should turn bcr thoughts to . mercollzed wax, the firm friend of the summer girl. Nothing so effectually overcomes the soiling effects of sun, wird dust and dirt. The wax literally absorbs the seorched. discolored, withered or coarsened cuticle, bringing forth a brand new skin, clear, soft and girlishly !onu tifub It also unclosrs the port's, removing blackheads and Increasing the skin's urpHiniDfr capacity. An ounce of cKized wax. obtainable at nnv applied nightly like cold washed off mornings, will prove the worst complexion nen depressed by the heat and you want to freshen up for the evening, bathe ine iaee in a lotion made by idssolvingi an oun-e oi powuerea saxoiite in a half pint wltrh hazel. You'll find this more refreshing than an hour's rest. It is fine for smoothing out wrinkles, even the deeper ones. IT FURN t,l.l....,,.M,,WI.l1 ,,V, ,, MlflHHHMiMMHH Is Well Made. Well Finished AND Priced "Right. Pay Us a Vis;t o M. BALL FURNITURE GO. 226 SOUTH MICHIGAN ST. - 0 35 We still have a few choice acre lots on Keessler Boulevard for Sale on our Easy Payment Plan: $5.00 down and $10.00 a Month. On one acre you can raise all the fruit and vegetables one family can use. You can keep a cow and all the poultry a family can use. These Lots are only one block from the Portage ave nue car line. Let us show you. tadiaea Tlffle stind Loam Commpamiy Home Phone 6538 Bell Phone 4352 FRANCIS M. JACKSON, Pres. 220 Jefferson Bldg. mer- dnig store. eream, ami gradually im- Better than gold Hollister's Kocky Mountain Tea Nuggets (tablets). Cer tainly will do you more good than gold if your stomach, liver, kidneys or ooweis no oui oi oruer, or you i have any skin trouble. "Health is wealth." rents. Connlcy Prug Store. T. a or TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS 3C TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS LAGER 17 COMPANY -- - ., ........ i - i Can Be Made at Home for One Cent a Glass 11ncir.i:ati. Ohio.. July 13, Ttirouga a recent Invention of. an expert l'reu iiu-ster of this -ity a sp-arklir.g and framing Liper llrer can b made right at home f-r one cent a gla3. lie has con-i-entrarod lUrley, Malt and Hops, the principle ingredients of Beer, so that sim ply by tl. addition of water axwl Uar a jr-'iailne and pure Imager Ueer ran tx? made, lastly made In any kitchen, no np;5imtu, no e.xiHricnce necesiry, .a. few mb.utcs d- the work. It is cl.almed by many that the Heer nwide by hl method Is better and purer than the bet Hrew ery lu-r, antl tnve all saves the Brew ers etiorni-v;s profits. Th jnetln of ti. legality of Lis method ha been care fully investlyauo.1 by the highest authori ties and found to be legitimate In every rvsp-t. He has wrirti a very "interest ing Uioklet giving the Seer't of Brew ing Bvr at Home" and by writing to ltrvwmaster. A. Shuh. 11 Sycamore St.. Ctn.-tnmiri, ()., he will l- more than pleased to mall bU booklet absolutely free to anjoue tcadiu their uaiiie aiid aJUrUii, GLAUER SELLS ONEIDA COMMUNITY GEORGIAN PATTERN SILVER Will wear a life time I i Mi A '-- -si Berry Spoon $ 1.75. Serving Spoons Set 3, $2.15 Tea .Spoons 2.15 Desert SjHwas 4.00 Table Spmms 4.30 Dessert Knives and lrkx. .. 10.00 Mcxllum Knives and Forks.. 10.50 Clauer's 3-floor Jewelry Slore T7 1AM A mj 50 Pretty Dresses in Gingham, Tis sues and Lawns, trimmed with lace and embroidery, beautifully made. Original Prices $3.75 to $6.50. Tuesday , $1.98 500 Lingerie Waists, styles unus ually pretty; high or low neck, long or short sleeves. Original Prices $1.25 to $1.75. Tuesday 79c 25 Colored Wool Dress Skirts, made in serges, worsteds and fancy mater ials, in black or colors. Original Prices $3.75 to $10.00. Tuesday , $1.98 25 Silk Dresses, verv attractive, made of Messaline, Taffeta or Silk Poplin. Original Prices $15.00 to $35.00. Tuesday, $7.98 NEW LINEN SUITS NEW WHITE WASH SKIRTS LUMPY (C COR. MICHIGAN and WAYNE STREETS Tablet?. Advt.