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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
THURSDAY, .TUIA 17, 1913
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SOCIAL AICD OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN
The inarriajo; of MIs Myrtle Ham.
.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. As.i
Ham. and Harry M. Lyuick. son of
.Mr. and Mrs. lonard L-ydick. 6 4
Diamond av., took pptee Thursday
morning at s o'clok at the home of the
trlde's parents. Ittv. G. W. Hemry
vas the oltuiatins clergyman, (inly
the member of the two families were
prrfent. They will live at Nlle-s, Mich.,
wncrc .Mr. mxjick is f-mpioyeu iy me
National Enriivin Co.
A reception for the new members
of Westminster Presbyterian church
will be held Thursday evening from S
o'clock to 10 In the church parlors.
Doth the new and old members will
be present. A program will be a fea
ture of the evening and will be in the
charge of L. C. Whitcomb. The pas
tor, Itev. H. U. Iloilette.r, will make a
fhort welcoming address and a re
sponse will be given by A. E. Martin.
Paul Anderson and Dr. Vere Strayer
will bing. Refreshments will be
cerved.
Mrs. Ward L. Mack. 12 C North
Shore drive, will give a dancing party
Tuesday evening in American hall for
five of her nieces, the Misses Ktandish
cf Detroit, Miss Kllene Keiter of
Hammond. Miss "Wllheimlna Smith of
Chicago and Miss Margaret Callander
of Dcs Moines, la., who will be her
guests.
Mrs. Charles II. Harper, 522 W. Col
fax av.. entertained Informally at
cards Wednesday afternoon for her
guest, Mrs. Charles Genung of Chi
cago. Three tables were filled at
bridge. Luncheon was served.
BEAUTIFUL GIRL WILL MARRY MARQUIS
WHEN HE CAN MAKE A LIVING
(SMILES IMPROVED
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SOCIAL CLUBS
:
At'
Mrs. K. Morris, 122 4 K. Madison St.,
entertained the members of the Igo
Yougo club Wednesday afternoon. In
a contest Mrs. Edgar Nevin received
the favor. In two weeks the club
will meet with Mrs. Charles Wagner,
1210 L Madison st. v
The Phi Chi Kmbrrddery club spent
the afternoon socially Wednesday at
tho homo of Mrs. H. Keinebold, 319
N. St. Peter st. Luncheon was served.
The club will meet in two weeks with
Mrs. William Carlen. 323 S. St. Joseph
St.
Tho Good Old Times club was en
tertained by Mrs. Louis Chester. 1012
Milton av., Wednesday afternoon.
The afternoon was spent with fancy
work and refreshments were served.
In two weeks Mrs. J. Klingenberg,
715 E. Colfax av., will entertain the
club.
Mrs. John Hildebrand of Davenport,
la., formerly of South Bend and a
member of the Hon Ton club, was
present at a meeting of the club Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. Otto
Soechtig, 514 L Washington av. The
time was spent in needlework. A pic
nic will be given Friday afternoon by
the members and their husbands at
Muessel's grove for Mrs. Hildebrand.
Mrs. (Jus Ioehner, 510 K. Washington
av.. will entertain the club in two
weeks.
The Birthday club will entertain
with a rhieken dinner Thursday noon
at the home of Mrs. Clarence Kizer,
east of Mishawaka. Tho affair will be
)liss ThVJirew,
V-fae. of Tuhrrr: Italy,
MISS TIIKO CARCW.
liss Th hrew, the former Be-lasco star, and Marquis Picro Mar-
ne, or -lurrrr; Italy, nave secured allcenso to marry. The date of tho
wedding depends entirely upon the length of time necessary for the mar
quis to establish himself in a lucra-tive business. His family, one of the
most prominent in the Italian nobil-lty, is strong' opposed to the match,
and it is said his allowance has been discontinued. Miss Carew declares
that the wedding will certainly takeplace, but sho adds that honeymoon
ers require just us much food us other folk.
BT PEARLY TEETH
Care and Perseverance Will
Give Every Woman a Beauti
ful, Clear, White Set.
iCHURCH AFFAIRS
given
bers.
t welcome several new mem-
Mrs. Sidney Thornton. 4 27 Corby st.,
entertained tho St. Joseph Sewing
circle at her residence, Wednesday
afternoon. In the contests, Mrs.
Charles Adelypcrger and Mrs. Paul K.
Krueper won special favors. The
next meeting will be held at the. resi
dence of Mrs. John Welches, 515
Howard st.
WHEN YOU
SELECT A
en
from cur stock you are
making a good invest
ment You're not spend
ing your money.
Frank
Sons Co.
Mayr &
Biggest, Best, and above
all the Popular
Jewelry Store.
A mleting f the Xavarrc Place
Bible class was held Wednesday after
noon at the home of Mrs. T. J. Slick
on Marquette av. Mrs. H. W. Taylor
had charge of the lesson. It was the
second meeting of th class, both be
ing held with Mrs. Slick. Tho mem
bers will meet weekly and Mrn. Tay
lor be in charge. Mrs. (Irant Tank
is president of the class.
The Ladies' Aid society of Trinity
Presbyterian church was entertained
with a thimble Wednesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. A. C. Pommert,
103 H. Lasalle av. JUrs. Hess was
assisting hostess. In a guessing con
test points were won by Mrs. L. 12.
Carpenter and Mrs. Hess. Refresh
ments were served during the social
hour. The society will be entertained
in the church parlors Aug. 5.
Mrs. S. T.
Jessup was elected dele-
to' the state convention of the
Home Missionary societies of the
Methodist church at Lafayette July 29
at the meeting of the society of the
Grace E. church Wednesday aft
ernoon (in the church parlors. The
hostessed were Mrs. S. T. Jessup, Mrs.
L. A. Perts and Mrs. George Gall.
Mrs. Ports led tho devotions.
musical program consisting or a
day for Colorado Springs, Col., where
she will spend three months In the
effort to regain her health.
Miss Hazel Davis, assistant cashier
for the Indiana and Michigan Electric
Co. will leave soon for a week's vaca
tion with friends in Milwaukee.
Miss Alma Wenrick, teacher in the
city schools, who is attending summer
school at Winona will return Friday
for a short visit with her parents at
1C:I1 Michigan a v.
Tho Misses Lillian and Mabel Bels
sel. of 91 l Fuerbinger st., left Wednes
day evening for Philadelphia, where
they will be guests of relatives. They
will visit other eastern cities before
their return.
Greene returned Wed
Klamath Falls, Ore.,
ited Mr3. Charles Stew-
Mi sa Anna
nesday from
where she vi:
art.
7TII WAKI VOTERS, ATTENTION'.
The voters of the 7th ward will
meet Friday evening at S p. m., in
Elder School Building, So. Mich. St.,
for the purpose of organizing a Joyce
club. J. P. BUTLEit.
Advt.
CHICKENS ATE IN GARDEN
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piano selection
son; volal solo
sett an J
tet. the
E. H. I
Miss Do
wero gi
Refrt
women
The so
Miss Pearl Atkin-
by
by GrenvlUe Thomp-
selections by the Iyric quar
members of which are Mrs.
dter, Mrs. Grace Thorn psett,
a Zears and Mrs. George Gall
t-n.
hments wore served the 50
resent during the social hour,
ety will meet In the church
parlors (Vug. 20.
a
hn
to
so
Park. I
People',
church
ing wa
peichf'
Miss V-1
the n,
served.
The
Church
held a i
homo, o
Fellow
the bus
joyed a
were st
peic
he
etit
. at a
a
was elected a dele
ention of young peo
1k held at Oakwood
meeting of the Young
Tho
meet J
Cru msv
Mrs.
ship,
Good
Vlliance of Grace Evangelical
uesday evening. The meet
icld at the home of Rev, I).
A program arranged by
i Dausman wai a feature of
ting. Refreshments were
roan Bible class of the First
the Evangelical association,
;ular business meeting et tho
rMs. William Worm. 1214 S.
., Wednesday evening. After
ss meeting the members en-
ocial hour and refreshments
ed.
f.NOUNCEMENTS.
ishine Embroidery club will
23 with Miss Alice Brown,
n road.
,er I. Nelson, German town-
be hostess to the P. S. S.
s club at her home July 23.
PERSONALS
Aide:
Newarl-
Grand
stoppir.
visit.
Mrs.
n Herman Scheinlnger of
'. J., is visiting his son, Jo
iningcr, manager of the
ader. Mr. Scheinlnger is
fiver on h!s wav west for a
nr.ie Sharpies left Wedncs-
weii
LADIES'
Best Sea Island
Shoes at the extremely low price of
Duck Button
Tills is a special number vJiich
you should see before punC3g
elsewhere.
moe
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Chickens weer the cause of neigh
borhood hard feelings, according to
the trial of Levi Kronewitter. Sev
eral witnesses said that the chickens
ate up the garden seeds. It cost
Kronewitter $11.
HACK. TO FACE TRIAL.
James Waters, arrested here Wed
nesday and wanted by the police in
Loraine county, O.. for wife deser
tion, was taken back Thursday morning.
7TII VAIU VOTERS, ATTENTION'.
Tho voters of the 7th ward will
meet Friday evening at 8. p. m., in
Elder School Building, So. .Mich. St.,
for the purpose of organizing a Joyce
-'hib. J. 1 BUTLEit.
Advt.
JOVCE MEETING.
Joyce meeting will be held Thurs
day, July 17, at St. Patrick's hall on
S. Scott st. Advertisement.
GUILTY OF BRIBERY.
WEBSTER SPRINGS. W. Va.. July
16. The jury in the Rath Duff brib
ery case growing out of the candidacy
of William Seymour Edwards for U.
S. senatorship, returned a verdict of
guilty Wednesday.
7TII ARB VOTERS, ATTENTION.
ihe voters of the 7th ward will
meet Friday evening at 8 p. m., in
Elder School Building, So. Mich. St.,
for the purpose of organizing a Joyce
ciud. J. P. BUTLER.
Advt.
Every one has noticed at some time
or other the inimitable and dazzling
smile of some woman whoso chief
beauty is her small, even and pearly
teeth. But every woman's teeth
should merit the same approval. There
is, in general, no excuse, for bad, un
sightly teeth. There are many wom
en who ply their toothbrushes with
conscientious regularity and perti
nacity, yet whose teeth would never
be accepted as clean by anyone who
really knew what constitutes dental
cleanliness.
A brush and a dab of tooth powder
have their uses, of course, but they
are merely the tirst things to be con
sidered, and if any real results are
to be achieved, they must be followed
by other sanitary agents. For in
stance, chief among these latter
agents is a spool of dental iloss.
Clip from the spool or bobbin, a
short length of the Iloss; and holding
an end of it between each thumb
and forehnger, insert it carefully be
tween the teeth at the top, but be
careful not to draw it down sharply
on the gum between the teeth, cut
ting or irritating.
31cthod of Using.
As soon as the insertion has been
effected, draw the thread close against
the side of one tooth, and it can be
then safely moved up and down with
out touching any exposed or unpro
tected patch of gum.
The above treatment should be re
peated between each two teeth, an
upward movement pressing tho thread
against the side of the opposite tooth.
Fresh bits of lioss can be used until
ever infinitesimal scrap or food which
may have found lodgment has been
removed. Then brush thoroughly the
surface and the bases of the teeth.
There is nc ignoring the fact that
the more or less vulgar toothpick has
a legitimate duty to perform, provided
it is not used in public but only in
the seclusion of one's own boudoir.
One should never use a metal tooth
pick of any sort, for it may break
the enamel, while those of orange
wood or quill cannot injure the teeth.
Dentists consider tartar a very dan
gerous enemy to the teeth, even more
so than the tirst appearance of a
cavity.
Tartar Detrimental.
This is because, if permitted to ac
cumulate, it is certain in time to cause
the teeth to loosen and the gums to
recede. It is most persistent in peo
ple who have an excess of acid in
their systems, and any regulation of
diet which overcomes this acid con
dition the milk diet, for instance
will be very beneficial to the teeth.
In the meantime, however, special
treatments shouM be given to remove
the existing tartar and prevent all
further accumulations. In case the
deposit is considerable, a dentist is
tho safest recourse. For home treat
ment, tincture of myrrh dissolved in a
glass of water is excellent. The wa
ter should have sufficient of the myrrh
to give it a milky ftppearance.
Powdered pumice stone is also very
effective. Dip an orangewood stick
in lemon juice and then in the pow
dered pumice, and grind away at the
tartar-covered surface with it. Xo re
sult may be expected from only one
or two such treatments; they must
be kept up without interruption for
some considerable length of time.
TWO POLISH RESIDENTS
SEEK SEATS IN COUNCIL
John K. Smogor, 27. vice-president
and general manager of the Smogor &
Sons, coal and wood dealers, will seek
the nomination for councilman of the
Sixth ward on the democratic ticket,
according to an announcement Thurs
day. He was born in South Bend.
Aug. 28, IS 85, and is well known,
especially among the Polish people in
the west part of the city. Smogor
lives at 4 56 S. Walnut st.
John Olejniczak, 510 S. Pulaski st.,
president of the Polish Falcons, Casl
mier Pulaski No. 243, will also eek
the nomination for councilman of the
Sixth ward of the democratic ticket.
He has the endorsement of the Pol
ish Non-Partisan Political club, Casi
mier Pulaski, recently organized.
The Ellsworth Store.
The Ransack.
The Ellsworth Slci
i in lii
WJA
Going Away Time is Here. Where are You Going
to Spend Your's? Well, wherever You'll need a Bag or
Suitcase or Both. Special Prices Ransack Prices at
Ellsworth's.
One Cent a Day
Prices in Bargainland
Go Down at that Rate
Bargainland is to be Cleared Quick
ly Cleared through the Working of an
Automatic Sale.
Goods in the Basement are on Five Big
Tables Priced as follows:
69, 39, 29, 1 9 and 9 cents.
All merchandise so Marked will be Re
duced a Cent a Day Until Sold, If any
Goods are Left after the One Cent
Price has been Reached we'll Give 'Em
Away.
With Prices Going Down at the Rate of a Cent a
Day the Goods will Move Right Speedily and You'll
have to Hurry.
R-A-N-S-A-C-K stands
for Two Words
Clearaway and Oppor
tunity. It means Clear
away for us and Op
portunity for You. The
Ransack is the Real
Thing in the Clearance
Sale Line. It's a Sale
Noteworthy for its
Money Saving
Chances.
The Ransack is a
Sale peculiar to the
Ellsworth Store it has
Originality and its very
name is characteristic
of this Store's Frank
ness. The Ransack Runs
through the Store
Every Department.
Dresses
Linen Dresses, Ra
tine Dresses, Lawn
Dresses, Voile Dresses,
Tissue Dresses, Lin
gerie Dresses.
All entered in three
Wg lots. Lot 1, $5.00
to SS.50 Dresses
choice $2.95. Lot -2,
$10.00 to S15 Dresses
choice S3.95. Lot
3, $15.00 to $25.00
Dresses choice S4.95.
A slight charge will
be made for Alterations.
The Ransack
MINISTER'S DAUGHTER
SELLS OWN PICTURES
ON LOWER BROADWAY
NEW YORK. July 17. Determined
to continue her musical education in
the hope of hecomins an operatic star.
Mka PvPlvn Pindar, daughter of a
California minister, adopted a novel
method of acquiring funds here Hir-
inff an automoune mwm w. .
Broadway and opened an auction sale
of her photograph from the tonneau
of the machine.
Being a handsome young woman.
Mi;s Pindar was receiving bids of
from $10 to $12 for her picture until
a policeman ordered her to move on.
She says she will take out a peddler's
license and continue selling.
Royal Neighbors wjll hold a ma;t
ing Thursday night at Slick's hall.
Advertisement.
SIJVKXTII VAIU YOTKIIS,
ATTKXTIOX.
Tlio voters of the Seventh
ward will meet lYiday evening1
at 8 o'clock in the Klder school
building for the purioM of or
panizln a Joyce club. -Advertisement.
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Rubber Novelties of All
Kinds at
THE RUBBER STORE,
206 S. Michigan St.
DR. THOMSON'S
EYE TALKS
(TALK NO. 150.)
Won't Get Belter
l notice that a good many people
form tho impression that they will
outgrow defective sight if they pay
no attention to it. This is certainly
t mirtake. If you were compelled to
constantly overtax the muscles of your
arm it would result In a permanent
injury to those muscles unless you
pave them rest. Keeping up the
strain surely would not cause relief.
It is Just the same with your eyes.
The longer you continue to strain them
and to overwork th delicate muacles
the gTeater injury you will do them.
The only remedy is to correct the de
fect and relieve the overwork by ac
curately fitted lenses. With the strain
removed nature will do the rest. Pos
sibly after wearing glasses for a time
you can lay them aside.
I examine the eyes without charge.
DR. H. A. THOMSON
201 Soutli 3Iichisan St.
Southwest Corner Wayno and Mich.
GEORGE H. WBEELOCK & CO.
MO
w
! it.
BAMBOO ELECTRIC READING
LAMPS.
A beautiful line just received. Yel
low or green silk lined shades with pot
tery base in same colors to match.
Lamps complete with two lights,
$10.00.
See our display windows.
JAPANESE BASKETS Made of
split bamboo and stained in a rich ma
hogany brown a new shipment just
in
Sandwich Baskets. . .35c, 50c, 75c, $1
Fruit Baskets 50c, 75c, $1.00
Flower Baskets 50c, 75c, $1.00
Waste Paper Baskets, $1, $1.25, $1.50
Hanging Baskets, 50c, $1, $1.50, $2.00
See our display windows.
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NOVELTY JEWELRY A new department in our
store A brand new display of the very latest articles
in jewelry included are Sautoirs, Anklets, Friendship
Circles, Lavalliers, Shoe Buckles, Cuff Pins, link Sets,
Necklaces, Combs.
See our display windows.
WINDOW SCREENS
Porch, door and every description.
Order yours NOW. Estimatea fur
mrhed.
B. B. Screen & Wood Novelty Co.
IICjs 71C1 812 il. Bo nia a
joyci; Mi:irn;.
Joyc in fUns will ho h-M Thurs
day. July 17, at .t. Patrick's hall -u
S. Scott st. Advertix-ment.
LI
in
ftyle 3
s
Smart Summer
grott you hero not only
tho swo 11( -'pt and thi irrt-
tiept I'Ut tho word "sued". J
,
i r-
iu:itxi:ivs
i ootwiiak
means the hot.
iinini nini hep
L. H. ORVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
I'idy As.itant
121 North Michigan St.
Home r2!7. Hell 207
VOICE
niton D. Cr'pcau will accept
pupils in the arc of voice place
ment. Italian method. 80 5 N.
Michl-m fct. Jloni'j phono 101S.
fl
WEEK EMS!
FECIALS
DRESSING SACQUES 10 dozen cool, comfort
able garments in several pretty styles, made of dainty
lawns; regular price $1.00 and S 1.25.
M
Special, 49c
LINGERIE WAISTS Long or short sleeves, high
or low neck, many attractive styles; regularly sold at
Si. 25 and S1.50.
Special, 79c
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A new lot of Pique and Ratine Separate Dress
Skirts, very pretty; regular S5.00 value.
Special, 03.50
LM1Y
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Cor. Michigan and Wayne Sts.
union mm
"Xot Open on Wednesday Afternoons'
GEORGE H. WHEELOCK & CO.
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