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The Ellsworth Store.
The Ellsworth Store
SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
A v ry pretty dancing party was
frlvon Tuesday venini? in St. Patrick's
h.tll on S. S.ott yi.. by Miss .ar.ih
;'.Wil. complimenting Miss Frobla
Ixck. the hju.ti mast of Miss rhoeb;
Mrnl'nhall of the Kushtun. Tho
hot-.-s was a.c?istel in iM-rvini? the
refreshments hy th M1m- Angela
and Lucilf? Weber. The puesta
fr m out of the city wrro Mf.-s Initio
lyon of Chi' uk'o, the Misses FarrinK
tln "f St. Iuis, th- ?vli.-.s s O'Neil and
Woddw.irtl f Ml.sh.nv.ika, Mr.--. Ira T.
ln-ek of I5rown.ville. (., William
KadT and (JeorKe Wemleroth of
JLor.s 1'ark, 111., and Mr. Culp of
Chicago.
Mr.. Charles Kmbkk. 213 X. Fran
cis t., entertained the members of
the K. X. A. club Tu'-xlay afternoon,
in th content favor.- were won by
Mrs. It. 1 TusinK. Mrs. John Klkins
find Mr?. C ('. Hoffman. A luncheon
was rvil at the cloy?. The (dub
will meet in two weeks with Mrs.
Danli-1 Connor, 10J4 quimby st.
The Ividics Aid sority of Mizpah
1Z anuelk al church will meet Thurs
day afternoon at tho home of Mrs.
"William Fmbenhour, 117 Pennsyl
vania av.
Mrs. Martha Loimhrnan, 7 1 S.
F. Michigan st.. will entertain the
members of the Norman Eddy Sew
in ir ( drrle Friday afternoon. The as
1 m t i n i; hostesses win be Mrs. Cjene-h'-
Uula. Mrs. Fsther Snell and
Mr!l Hackman.
Mrs. Jos.-ph Fleck, iro.. Sherman
a v.. entertained the Social Twelve club
fit her home Tuesday afternoon. At
cards the favors were won by Mrs.
Paul Schubert, Mrs. (leore Moore and
Mrs. M. Hildchrand. In two weeks
tlie club will meet with Mrs. 11. C.
Dm Voe. Gil! S. Tavlor st.
Tho Co As Vou Pie aye club held its
annual picnic Tuesday at Sprin'brook
Iark. At 1 o'clock dinner was served.
In two we-ks the club will meet at tiie
home of Mrs. Clem Wharton, Linden
The Violet
the home of
S. Sixth st.
were won bv
( dub was entertained at
Mrs. F. W. Kvans. Ho J
In a contest the favora
Mrs. Sylvester PiiTel and
Mrs. I,. i:. Crail. During the social hour
refreshments were served. In two
weeks the club will meet at the home
of Mrs. Pert Norton, 12 2 X. Sadie st.
Tiie Visiting Nurses' committee met
Tuesday afternoon at their rooms on
W. Jefferson boulevard. The next
meeting will be Sept. L
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
T!;e Padies' Aid society of West
rninler cJiurch will meet Wednesday
!!ttriniM,:i in the church paiii.r. All
er me nirmi'crs are requestet; to 1
Ir. sent.
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PERSONALS
I ' 1 . i I i I Coctz. P-4 X. Iifayette st.,
and Pari France, 4 17 W. Colfax av.,
have returned from Chicago.
Miss Pucilb' Wolford is visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Cauch. X.
-'t. LouN st.
, Miss JPiblretl Clark. 122 ,s Walnut
st.. has .mme to Paporte for three
weeks.
Mrs. P. M. t'lark has gone to
Omaha. Xeh., to visit her daughter,
"".Irs. Pari Shaw.
Miss Lillian Pduren. 0.1 W. Col
fax av.. is sper.ding her vacation in
tlrand Ilapids. Mich.
Miss Peatrie Mae Vity f Detroit
i the gue-t of Mrs. F. De Kam. 621
S. l'ellows st.
Andrew Hall of Hartford. Mich., is
the guest of Floyd Welcher, ."2 0 W.
';ishington av.
Harry Sliirk. :.2u W. Washington
a.. left Tuoday for Philadelphia,
where he will make his future home.
Prank P. Hauck. 110 X. Fmriok
M., went to Chicago Tuesday morning
on business. He expects to return
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. (leorge Gall. K:I
Paris st.. left Tuesday for a week's
visit in Sault St. Marie.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Fnuer and fam
ily. 2;.:'. S Carroll st., returned Tues
day after a six -weeks' visit in Wa-
V.asee.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Connerston, 4 11
Cottage droe a v., left Tuesday for
the east. They will stop at Cleveland.
Pufialo. Niagara Falls, Prooklyn and
New York.
Pev. and Mrs. Moerdyke ami
daughter. Miss Puth, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Push at Diamond
lake.
The Misses Puby and Poberta Wig
ton of lK Jra nge, Ind.. are the guests
cf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frye of W.
Lasalle av.
D. C. Smith. ::p; W. Wayne st., is
in tlrand Papids. Mich., staying at
the Puvleson sanitarium.
Miss pen;' Pearson, Lester Ander
son and Donald Haphoney have re
turned tto:n a week's vacation at
Hai.eMown cottage. I
ado
Pan
lake, as
"berger.
th.
y.'M-St
of Ml Hazel
Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. ph Thomas
and
at-
tliiighttr. Lill'.an. vis Hlaine av
fended the Thomas reunion at Lapaz
Su inlay.
The Misses Doris and Helen Steele.
7 4 4 Diamond av.. have returned from
a vi:-i: of le d.s with relatives In
and near North Liberty.
Dr. W. G. Galloway j-p.d family are
spending" two we. ks at Eagle lake.
Mi-s Grace ;odman has as" her
g.:ests Miss Clara Hopkins. Miss Pier-
ALMOST
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Ladies' Patent Leather or
S3. 00 values, now
At our "Clean-up" Sale of Summer stock. This is a
bargain vou can't afford to miss.
UNION SHOE CO.
TWO PRETTY AFTERNOON GOWNS
THAT TYPIFY THE FALL FASHIONS
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The costume on the left is a rich evening gown developed in pale
green chiffon and linely embroidered with beads. The bodice is a loose
Mousing kimono, broadly opened In "V" to the waist in front and back,
edged by a fold of pale "tilleul" eharmeuse and inside by another fold of
white net crossed over a white net low guimpe. On the chest a bunch of
lavender roses give tho toi'.ette a vivid touch of color.
Half length sleeves of pale green chiffon, crossed bv a small ribbon of
tilleul eharmeuse and finished by a hih beaded insertion.
The normal waist is marked by the same beaded insertion, makintr a
small basque at the back, and holding a long sash end of tilleul eharmeuse,
the head of which is taken around the belt in a bow.
Over the draped tilleul eharmeuse skirt, fastening in the frone one
sine over the otner, ami raised up to
wi.ipt- i a :mivi i tic hiccii cmiiun iuic, emDroiaereu in a siraignt pattern
of irised tule beads and edged up to the height of the knee by a wide band
of plain chiffon.
The one on the right is a simple dress for a young girl developed in
dull-red Pengaline.
The fullness of tho Mousing bodice is given bv two falls caught on
each shoulder. The top part of the bodice Is broadly opened to give a
youthful sailor collar and simply fastened in the middle front by two huge
buttons of the material. The three-quarter length sleeves are straight and
set up rather low and finished by a high turn over cuff only half way round.
The fullness of the blouse is tightened it the waist by a draped black
ribbon velvet fastened on the left sidt, bv a small and square sash end. The
skirt, gathered at the waist, straight and round, Is a two-gored model with
a broad seam in the middle front and cniy trimmed with buttons of the
material. At the hem, the skirt is cut opened to show two small points,
turned up as revers, with the same trjmming Df buttons as at the higher
part.
on. and the Misse Lucile and Lola
Atkinson of Cassopolis. Mich.
The condition of Mrs. Arthur Wike,
122 P. Donald st.. who is at the Ep
worth hospital, continues t improve.
CHURCH AFFAIRS
The Indies' Aid society of the
Trinity Presbyterian church met
Tuesday evening In the church par
lors. The meeting was well attended.
Sept. 2 is the date set for the next
meeting.
Mrs. Grant Tank. 1102 N. Michigan
st., entertained the Foreign Missionary
society of the First M. P. church
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Polla Pifer
gave a reading on "Educational Revo
lution in China." Miss Inez Haeske
gave a violin solo, accompanied by
Miss Vera Hawkins. The society will
be entertained Sept. 2 at the home of
Mrs. George Peyler, 223 S. Lafayette
st.
WHITE DRESS PARADE
AT SPRINGBR00K TODAY
Selection of the 191:5 Queen of (Girls'
Day to he a His Feature
of Oolebration.
Manascr' Dailey of Springbrook
park announced that everything was
ready for the second iinnual girls'
white dress parade. ,
The selection of the queen for 1913
will be a big feature of the day. The
queen and her maids of honor will he
chosen by judges from South Pend
in.l Michigan Citv. and also by
J prominent local newspaper women.
The crown win no presented io me
winning girl by Atty. L. J. oare. The
white dress parade will form about 3
o'clock in the afternoon and will be
followed by other exercises, including
the singing of patriotic songs by the
entire assemblage.
ItALTIMOKi:. Mrt. Smile and save
vnur appendix, is the advice of Johns
Hopkins specialists. Appendicitis and
other intestinal diseases are due to
grouches, they declared.
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MINISTER ACCEPTS
A CALL TO LANSING
Pev. Richard Spetnagle, former
superintendent of the Anti-Saloon
league in South Bend, who will go
to Lansing, Mich., Sept. 1, to take
charge of a Presbyterian church
there, was given a farewell reception
Monday evening in the auditorium of
the Lincoln school by the members
of Hope Presbyterion chapel.
Rev. Mr. Spetnagle has been in
charge of the work at Hope chapel
since the close of the Sunday Evan
gelistic, services in the spring. He
built ur the work of the church and
increased the membership by 100.
The congregation has begun building
a new church edifice, the members
doing the work themselves. The
foundation is now laid and the work
on the building will be begun im
mediately. Rev. Mr. Allison, of Chi
cago, will come to South Bend to
take charge.
The reception Monday was arrang
ed by the women of the congregation.
More than 150 were present. The
guests were entertained with a musi
cal program, songs being given by a
quartet and piano numbers by Miss
Listenberger and Miss Snoor, "
Rev. M. Spetnagle and his family
went to Carlyle, la., Tuesday where
they will visit relatives for several
weeks.
Anything which benefits mankind
is ii iieiifiue io ou ana me.
What a wondrous blessing to us all 1
is noiusters Kocky Mountain Tea.
Advt. Coonley Drug Store.
COMS TO wihti: SOX.
CHICAGO. Aug. G. Outfielder De
lille of the Beaumont, Texas, league
team, has been purchased by th
White Sox for $2,000 and will "report
Aug. 15.
PLAYED FUNERAL DIRGE
All Kinds of Muio is Hoard at Tills
Wedding-.
CHICAGO, Aug. C. A funeral
march and ragtime were played at
the secret wedding last week of Gene
Greene, a vaudeville performer. The
ceremony, which was performed at
the Presbyterian church at Rensse
laer. Ind.. did not become known un
til Monday.
The dirge was in memorlam of
Greene's rirst wife, who died in Feb
ruary and was substituted for the
wedding march. The organist struck
up a popular melody as tne troom and
his bride, who was 'Miss Tarriet
Kleinsendorff. loft the church.
lUKMINCSIIAM. Ala. Win. K.
Sherwood, of Kvansville, Ind.. died
within twelve hours after he put on
a new pair of green hose. Coloring
got in a cut and poisoned him.
Mini-tor IYalv TkU Laxative
Iiev. H. Stubenvoll of Allison. Ia..
in praising Dr. King's New Life Pills
for conscipatlon, writes: "Dr. King's
New Life Pills are such perfect pills
no home should be without them." No
better regulator for the liver and bow
els. Kvery pill guaranteed. Try
them. Price -Sc. at All Druggists.
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IKE HUT STANDS
II IDLE HOURS
Dainty Articles Easily Fashion
ed Out of Inexpensive Mater
ials Are Acceptable Gifts.
The energetic woman always likes
to have something to keep her busy
ringers and brain occupied, and when
reading becomes tiresome, needlework
is a pleasant diversion. She can sup
ply her home with attractive articles,
useful as well as ornamental, and is
ever searching for new ideas to utilize
her talen.
To keep the hat in good condition
it should always be placed on a hat
stand, and there are many varieties
of this article which can be made at
home.
The cretonne-covered stands are
pretty and. inexpensive to make. Pur
chase the wooden foundation and
enough cretonne in a pretty Iloral pat
tern to cover It. First gather a circu
lar piece of the crtonne over the disks
of wood at the top and bottom of the
stand and then cover the central, up
right portion. Tie a bow of inch-wide
satin ribbon at the top.
Lamp Shade Stand. j
Extremely dainty is the hat stand
resembling the frame of a lamp
shade. To duplicate this purchase
the wire foundation and a suttlcient
quantity of inch -wide taffeta ribbon to
cover it. Two scrips of ribbon are
placed over the wire (one. on op and
the other beneath), and using a needle
and silk thread, shirr the ribbon as
full as you desire. At the top and
bottom of each section attach a bow
of ribbon, which gives a pretty liniah
to the stand.
Among the imported novelties are
hat stands of gilded wicker work or
namented with satin roses.
Purchase one of these stands and
fill the top with lamb's wool; over this
stretch a layer of rose-colored silk
and then one of gold net. At the art
needlework department tiny ribbon
tlouwers are purchasable by the yard,
and the top edge of the stand is Jln
ished with a strip of these small
llowers. About the column is twined
a garland of satin roses, and if you
do not desire to purchase them take
narrow strips of rose-colored satin and
form the petals, catching them to
gether at the base with line wire. At
tach the roses to a cord covered with
green silk and twine the garland thus
formed about the stand.
Box for Baby's Bonnet.
When supplying hat stands for the
family, baby's bonnet must not be for
gotten, ad an attractive box may be
made in which the dainty cap is kept
free from dust.
Take six squares of cardboard and
cover them with cotton wadding. Over
this place a layer of white linen, lltting
It smoothly, ani join the four sides
together. Attach the bottom by
whlp-stitching it ilrmly in position
and join the top with hinges of half
inch satin ribbon.
If you are clever at drawing and
painting, decorate the box with a forget-me-not
design and on the top
fasten a bow of satin ribbon decorat
ed in the same manner.
These hat stands make aceptabcle
gifts for almost any occasion and you
will enjoy fashioning them.
SOUTH BEND MAN IS
WINNER OF HONORS
W llelmcn Passes Medical
nmination With a Pereent
aire of .910.
Ex-
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd., Aug. 6.
AH of 89 medical students who took
the semi-annual examinations held a
month ago by the state board of med
ical registration, passed, it was an
nounced Tuesday. H. V. Helmen of
South Bend, Ind., received the high
est grade his mark being .9 40. lie is
a graduate of the Indiana School of
Medicine. Tour women were among:
the number who passed ihe examina
tion. Mr. Helmen attended the high
school here, but completed his work
a Valparaiso. He then went to the
state university at Bloomington and
graduated from the school of medi
cine. For the past two years he has
been In Indianapolis where he has
been tinishing his education as an in
terne in the City hospital.
He expects to return to this city in
about a year and take up his prac
tice. W. C. T. U.
St. Joseph c"ountv. C. T. U. will
hold a lawn social at Mrs. C. C.
Beyrer's, 714 Harrison av., Thursday
evening, Aug. 7. Ice cream and
cake, 10c. Advertisement.
MONTCIjAIH, X. J. One mlHion
bees resented insrtuslon of two sur
veyors on the estate of Mrs. Wm. B.
Leeds, and drove them off. One sur
veyor believes he was stung several
thousand times.
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All season they sold for
four and four Mfty and
they are worth it.
Kvery shoe is
season's model.
of this
Beitner's Sons
111 S. Michigan St.
Have your furnace installed
bv The South Bend Perfect
Hot Air Furnace JAig. Co.,
943 Emerson Ave.'
'Keeping Ahead "A Little in Front
'O the Next" the First Showing of
New Season Dress Goods is Now on
Display at the Ellsworth Store.
New Fabrics just out of their Cases and
Direct from New York Fabrics that show
the New Season Tendencies in. Weave and
Color.
For instance, F:ancy, Striped Eponges likely to prove
highly popular as material for the Best Fashioned Suits
and Separate Skirts. Width 54 inches and the price is
S2.00 per yard.
Two toned Suitings in Bedford and Eponge are also
being shown. Rich in Color and Beautifully Blended and
Quite the Right Material for Fashionably Tailored Suits.
Also 54 inches in Width and the price varies from $1.75
to $2.00 per yard.
Brocaded Worsted Cloths in the shades certain to gain
General Approval. Fabrics that are 44 inches wide and
Priced at $1.00 per yard.
Plain and Fancy Eponges are also being Shown in Me
dium Weights Suitable for Suits, dresses and Separate
Skirts 44 inches in Width and Priced $1.00 per yard.
Dependable, Wearable Diagonals in a Full Range of Shade are Hero
to be .Seen. DiagonfJs 4 3 inches in Width and Priced at $1.00 per yard.
Tussah Crepes, Wool Crepes and Xew Fancy Materials are also
among the Early Arrivals which are Now being Shown 4 4 inches Wide
at $1.25 per yard.
Checks Black and White the Assortment is Large and Attract
ive and the Price Range runs from 50 cents to $2.00 per yard.
Serges in the Various Fall Shades are also on Display and the
Prices run from 50 cents to $2.50 the yard.
Scotch" Plaids Plaids that
Wide at 59 cents a yard.
Beads The New Beads
Quite the Thing Very Much
50c a Strand.
Just to Stir Up a Little
Business this dull season.
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BARGAIN
$50.00 Diamond Rings
for $40.00
$40.00 Diamond Rings
for $25.00
$20.00 Diamond Rings
for $15.00
$15.00 Diamond Rings
for $ 9.85
"See them in our Show
Window."
Ffl ANK MAYR'S &
SONS CO.
South Bend's One Price H
Jewelry Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Long, 117 E.
Sample st.. son, Aug. 6.
Mr. and Mr?. William Thurston,
1,121 Linden a v., son. Aug. 6.
NOTICE.
Vou can always find big bargains at
the S. B. SAMPLE SHOE
PARLORS.
216 S. Mich. SL
Up Stairs Opp. Auditorium.
Rubber Novelties of All
Kinds at
THE RUBBER STORE, )
206 S. Michigan St
EYES EXAMINED FREE
Ulica Fitted at Moderate Prices
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
DR. J. BURKE & CO
Leading Opticians of Northern IiidU
ana 23i 6. Mlcban St. Scjndaj
9 to lxby Appointment.
NOTICE: Wo duplloata any lent
the ame day. No matter who fltUd
Uiern, Ullnx ib cisce-i.
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are Decidedly
Attractive 3S inches
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DIAMONDS
Are a Safe
INVESTMENT
We buy original papers.
Set the Stones in our
Own Shop.
Our Price the Lowest
Comparisons invited.
Money Value Guarantee in
Writing.
Just 3 words,
Safe with CLAUER
3 Floor Jeweler.
L. H. O RVIS
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
Lady Assistant
124 North Michigan Pt.
Home 5297. Hell 29T
AUTO AMMTLAXCB fTEBTCCH
HIRAM C. KRIECHBAOM
FUNERAL DIREOTOR
203 rt. Main Bt.
Pbones Home MOB: Bell i50G.
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SALE
Now Going on at
The Big Shoe Store.
'The store that offers
you more."
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G. R. KINNEY & CO.
116-122 E. Wayne St.
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My
New Fall Suits and
Coats are Now to be Seen
in Our Ready-to-Wear
Department.
Suits and Coats that
Show the New Season
Tendencies in Style and
Materials are Here on
Display.
Suits and Coats that
Show the Tendency to
Employ One Plain Col
ored Material or Two
Materials of Matching
Color with Bright Trim
mings, rather than thd
Contrasting Effects which
have prevailed, are now
to be Seen.
The Price Range in
New Season Suits and
Coats is from Sl5 to $75,
with Stops all along the
way.
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We Save You Money
on
Much or Little
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FUiOTURECO.
226 So. Michigan St.
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EYES EXAMINED
And .Headaches Heller Ki without tla us
cf Lru by
H. LEMONTREE
fcouta IJrcd's Ldlns Oxtraeriit and
Manufacturing Optician.
Hon Pfcooe ev.4. l:i Ttont SIT.
Eundaj Crusi 0 to 10 .CO A. M.
WINDOW SCREENS
Porch, dour and every description,
Order yours NOW. Estimatea fux
earned. ,
8. B. Srrrm & Wol XoTcJty Co.
Corn 7161 812 11. licirmaa
l. tv. rjco a tin
UNDERTAKER
335 X. Michigan SL
Home Phono S211; 1U-H 11km t5
Our Suocvj Depend I'pon Our
SatUnod i'aUlenfc.
SMITH & SMITH
dmnonucToits.
2!S W. Wayne.
IL Phono 2 IOC South Dend, Ind.
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