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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
-.vitrtDAY, AUGUST lfi, 1913 jiPOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store, I The Ellsworth Store o o t- 3 its Ruth Goowey, Park a v.. Hrr- I'axton. Park av and Norria icr, Colfax aw, are Fpendlnp the c rnd at Diamond lake, the South 1 Kuests of a hou.to party Riven by G. Eberhart of Mishawaka. Vert Zei' Hen ilr. S. I Miss Nellie AVhitoman entertained Friday veninjf at a parcel shower In honor of Miss Oliva lirehmer, whoso marriage to Charles Whiteman will take place next Wednesday. The sruet.s were pleasantly entertained with cards and music. At the close f the evening a supper was served. The roomd were appropriately decor ated with festoons of red heart3 and Krdea flowers were also us-d. The table ct r.ter piece was pansies and ffweet peas. On Monday evening the Children of Mary f St. Joseph's Catholic church will Five a kitchen hower for her. The Poinsetto cluh met Friday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. luise 'Van Kvra. S2 4 Oshorn st. The time was 5pent at needlework. Liht re freshments were served. Mrs. Ray Coihurn of Krie, Ia.. was the puest of honor. In two weeks the club will meet with Mrs. K. II. Weaver on. Monroe st. Mrs. S. C. Rockstroh, 103". .Sherman aw, entertained the Neighborhood cluh Friday afternoon. The time was spent atneedlework. During the so cial hour llsht refreshments were it-erved. Miss Royle McDonald of New Carlisle was a puest of the club. In two weeks Mrs. Walter Bill, 12 4 N. "WalntNy, will entertain the circle. PATTERNS FOR CUTTING LITTLE DRESSES FOR GIRL'S FIRST SCHOOL OUTFIT PERSONALS Miss Alma . Ware, principal of the South Bend Training school, has re turned Trom Chicago where she spent tthe summer In special study jt the Chicago university. Miss Beatrice Summers, w'. is 3een the puest of her aunt, Mrs. J. M. Fartln, for several weeks, returned to Jier home In Detroit Friday. Lyle Brechenser, 71 S California a v., left Saturday for New York, where he will remain four months. 2Ar. Brechenser has been visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brech enser ut California av, for the past week. Wlibert Ward returned Saturday to New York after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Alice Ward, on Madi son st. Norman Adler of W. Washington av. and Robert Beitner of Michigan av. left Saturday for Chicago. They will also take an extensive lake trip before returning. Mrs. C. J. Simpson of Portage av. I" turned Friday after a two weeks' v;sit with relatives in Chicago. Mrs. I'riday , 1 -7V j ' 1 I I r f - r T . ; ; 7 -' - - - ' . J l'fern' I - --.. ' I luin u ' j mm J. Rogers of Portage av., left for California. Dr. rtiul Mrs. (Iritlith of T.ev st'eome nd Mr. .and Mrs. C. Hinds. Leland av., l-ft Sunday for Easle lake. Neal ,ynder returns Sunday after a two weeks' visit with relatives at Bisinan k. N. D. Mis Rernic Freeman .Woodward a v.. returned Saturday after a two weeks' vacation at Corey lake. Mr .and Mrs. J. Cibbs and family, Portage av.. will leave Monday for a two weeks' stay in Cincinnati. O. Mr. and Mrs. Dimei of Quincy st., left Friday for a week's vacation at Maxir.kuekee lake. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Oullickstad of this city are spending a month's va cation at the summer house of Mr. and rMs. N. k. Nethcrcutt at Iake JMaxinkuckee. is effective. He will spend his vaca tion at Winona. V. R. Helmen, edu cational director, betran a two weeks vacation Friday, going with Hoot to Winona, where he will spend the greater part of it. John W. LaVlolette, membership secretary, has resigned and will he- students secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at Yalpariso, in September. He will not leave until the last of the month. William Nitsche, who will succeed him, began his duties Friday. Nitsche was formerly membership sec retary of the local Y". H. Burnhan will arrive within the next two weeks to take the placo of Ct. W. Cooper, assistant physical di rector, who will begin a course of study at Springtleld, Mass., in Sep tember. J. B. Miller, physical direc tor, will not return from his summer vacation until the first of next month. J. Q. Ames, secretary, will return from Camp Fberhart Monday, where he has been spending a short outing. QANNOUNCEMENTS The Silver Its annual ph Pleasure club will hold nic Wednesday. Ausr. 2 0. The executive committee of the St. Joseph County W. C .T. V. will meet Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the parlors of the Y. W. C. A. The Florence Crittendon circle will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. William Fdison, 140S S. Michigan st. I The neighborhood bible class of districts 11 and 12 will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. David Miller. 410 , Navarre st. CLUB WOMEN GO TO CONTENTION Will Attend Mooting of Federated Clubs f 13th District Mon day at Winona. CHANGE HO OR OF CONCERT TO 7:30 Sunday Programs to Start Karlier for llest of the Season at He quot of Public. ' CHURCH AFFAIRS ' TO DKI.IVKIt SKll.MON. : E. C. Miller will deliver the sermon ' at the Mlzpah Hvangelieal church J Sunday. The pastor. Rev. J. O. a Moier. Is taking his vacation at Lake J U'awasee and will return to this ciO' Aug. IS. SEVERAL CHANGES IN LOCAL ASSOCIATION ,11. IX. Hoot. AssUtant Oftlct Sorrrtnrv. w Tenders U Hosliiiation at Y. M. C. A. Sept. 1 will witness several changes in the orneial personnel of the Y .M. C A.. H. R. lioot. assistant ottlce sec retary, left the Y. M. C. A. Friday, to begin a vacation which lasts until Sept. 1. after which his resignation A party of South Bend club wo men will attend the annual conven tion of the Federated clubs of. the Thirteenth district at Winona lake Monday. Two sessions will be held, both in the Chapel of Westminster on tb.- grounds of the Winona as sembly. ui morning session will be given over to a business meeting and re ports from all the clubs in the dis trict. In the afternoon addresses will be made by Mrs. Felix T. McWhirter. president of the state federation, and Mrs. Yiri . Itckwood. chairman of the committee to Investigate the con ditions hurrounding working women in Indiana, appointed by Cov. Rals ton. Both speakers are from Indi anapolis. Amonc those who expect to attend from South Bend are Miss Isabelle Kennedy, president of the Progress club. Mrs. J. C. Faxson. Mrs. K S. Ficker.scher. Mrs. Christopher Fass nacht, Mrs. F. J. Harrison. Mrs. T. A. Freeman and Mrs. Richard Elbel. On Tuesday a federation day pro pram will bo hold at Winona lake under the auspices of the Winona Summer club. At the morning ses sion Mrs. McWhirter. Mrs. Francis J. Diefenderfer and Byron C: Piatt will speak. In the afternoon Mr. Piatt Sunday evening's concert at How ard park, as well as all other band concerts in the parks during the re mainder of the season, will begin at 7:30 instead of S o'clock, the change being made at the request of the pub lic. A popular program has been ar ranged by Klbel's band for Sunday evening's concert with the exception of the overture. Da Gazza Ladra, This is one of Rosini's beautiful works and very difficult for band. The program includes two comic opera selections by Hoshna. the "Three Twins," and "Bright Eyes." Both of these operas proved very popular with theater audiences. As an opening number the band will play one of Mr. Schaubroeck's popular marches, "Our City." and a medley of southern songs. The complete program follows: March, "Our City" Schaubroeck Overture. "Da Gazza Ladra" ... Rosini Waltz, "Moonlight on the Hudson" V:. Herman Selection. "The Three Twins" Hoshna Idyll. "Blumengefluester". ..Von Blon Medley "The Sunny South". . .Dam pe Serenade, "A Fairy Tale" Dalbey Selection, "Bright Eyes" Hoshna Finale. Gus Elbel. Conductor. WILL START WORK TODAY On Saturday members of the con gregation of Hope chapel gathered to raise the new church. The exca vation and walls have been completed and the studding cut for the sides. Most of the work of the new church is being done by the congregation. Rev. W. Allison will preach Sunday at the Lincoln school. The new pas tor Is staying with Rev. John S. Burns, pastor of the Trinity Presby terian church, since he arrived in the city. will deliver an address on the sub ject. "American Morals." The club women will be entertdin ed at a tea following the afternoon session Monday and at a garden party Tuesday afternoon. f n F there is any doubt in your mind of the economy of buying cood j Miueb, beuie ii now ana rorever at mis saie, wnne you can ouy i the best in tootwear at less than you pay for ordinary quality. (j quoted below speak for themselves. The prices 1 LADIES' HAND TURNED PUMPS ...69c pYi:::: SI.39 There are many other bargains to be shoes now at any place other than at the . MEN'S S4 SHOES AND OXFORDS $2.89 . 3.19 found here. You lose money if you bu1 MEN'S S5.00 SHOES AND OXFORDS , DAUGHTER NEEDS FOUR NEW FROCKS That Many Will Take Her Through School Clean and Comfortable. A Writer a Best Seller Writer had just finished a New Story and Mrs. Writer had but concluded reading the manuscript. How do You like it?" in- HV CYNTHIA C.KEY. You can make your daughter's school clothes after the ?amf pattern that you use for your paper dolls. I have had the artist draw a little girl so that you will set the general size, then cut It out of twenty-te cn-inch goodt. For a normal sized eix-y. ar-old girl the frock should be about a yard and a quarter about the bottom. Then make your slet-vs according to diaa gram and sew them into the short ki mona fcieeve'. Make little straight cutis that will button tightly about the wrists and open the neck in a picket hole that can be buttoned up straight In front. You can belt this little simple dress either with a leather or fabric belt. You can cut it off about the bottom and faw on a straight scant pleating of the goods. Don't let your little child in its tirst year at school wear unything but wash dresses. Make them out of blue and white, green and white, brown and white and black and white gingham. This will make a very pretty set of i frocks and each one can be worn two days. Trim the black and white ging ham with cords of turkey red and use red buttons and belt. Your own taste will suggest different styles of trimming. These little dresses will be warm enough to wear all winter. Cotton Clothes Host. The best physicians say that it is harmful to dress a child too warmly r.nrl tliev recommend knitted cotton instead of wcfol underclothes. Union suits of moderately heavy knitted cot ton can be purchased, but I like the little separate shirts and drawers. Of course, every mother knows that drawers should be changed daily. If you take off the shirts at night and air them well, they can be worn for two days. Never allow your child to Avear any clothing at night it wears in the daytime. Six skirts, made of heavy cotton, buttoned on waists, three of which will be enough. Six pairs of long, guar anteed stockings, and comfortable shoes make with the little gingham dresses a splendid school wardrobe. The careful mother can buy all of these, outside of the shoes, for a five dollar bill, if she makes the dresses, waists and skirts herself. If she launders and cares for thee clothes they will last through the school ''year. A little later one must add good overshoes, leggms. a warm coat anil mittens. Remember that plenty of cotton clothes that can go in the washtub, thus insuring cleanliness, are much better than two ilannel suits which get dirty and breed disease. The school is always warm and you can teach your little child to run and exercise oh the way to school. quired the Mister. arU UK- r?-l the start? Oh, it's good, so so," was the reply. "Do You lib There's action there.' "Yes, it gets awav with a Dash." "How about the Climax and the Finish?" "All right, but aren't you afraid there's too much Fill ing?" Just so with many a Story and just so with many a Busi ness Talk. There's too much Filling too much Middle in Advertising. That's what we Cut Out there's no "Monotoning" here over Unim portant Details. Fact is there's no "Monotoning" about the Ellsworth Store it's a Ileal Store, full of Real Feople who Sell Real Merchandise. With us it's Ac tion from Start to Finish. This August Saturday we wish to direct Your Particular Attention to the Ellsworth Men's Store August being quite some Replenishing Month for the Men Folks. FAVORITE RECIPES OF SOUTH REND WOMEN So, let's Look About the North Annex. Take Shirts, for instance. Here are Shirts formerly marked and worth SI. 00, S 1.25, Si. 50 and Sl.69 that are c now selling at 95 cents Shirts with Soft Cuffs and Soft Collars. In Silk Shirts Silk Shirts with Collars to Match there is an interesting line, with prices at S3.95 and S5.00. And, in Neckwear "the English Dot" is Everywhere Popular just now here's a 50 cent Silk Tie for 29 cents. Many, many other ties of Various Kinds at Various Prices. The White Sox sounds like the Sporting Page are Decidedly the Thing and we are Selling a Good Many. White Silk Hose 5o cents the pair. Silk Plaited Hose something new and something durable 25 cents the pair. very C: A Bit $3, f a Talk- Bi 1 1 .1 1 i argamiana tne last day in Bargain- land. Tonight the sale in the Basement comes to an end and Monday will find the Big Stairway Closed. Today, though is a Big Day in Bar gainland with Goods being next to Given Away, And, the Trend today is Bargainward to Bargainland. S a s h es are to be More Popular than ever this Fall, and, if anything, a little wider. The Very Newest are Very Attractive and are Now Beinsr Shown. In Plaids, Stripes, Black and Ail Colors and from 51.00 on up. P,eads are Quite We have Beads. the Kage 44 THE BlUGHTttTSPQT tN TOWN 31 IIS. c. II. W KIXII. 15 n mn Broad. One quart lukewarm water. One-half cup brown ugar. One-half cup Mack molasses. L,evel teaspoonful ?alt. I.ard, size of walnut. Cake, of Fk'ischman's yeast. Put yeast in three cups of luke warm water and add teaspoonful of pranulated sucar. Let stand until it foams. Thicken a quart of water with graham Hour to a thin batter. Add suH;, salt, and yeast, and stir in Hour until stiff. Allow to ctand over nisht. Add teaspoonful of soda and cup of seeded raisins. Add Hour and stir with spoon until si iff. Plnce in tin cans and All half full. Bake in even oven. t? Li -- v v A DR. THOMSON'S EYE TALKS WOMAN'S INJURIES NOT THOUGHT SERIOUS Mrs. -Mary Molnar, Who Fell From Wa-hinton A v. Car, Fxpectod to Recover. a (TALK NO. 1(53.) To One Side, If you find that you can see better by turning the head to. one side or by looking obliquely through your glass es, they do not tit you. It is always a sign of astigmatism. With correctly titled lenses you can see better straight ahead than in f.ny other way. If you have a habit of holding the head toward one shoulder in walking it is an indication of weak eye muscles. One eye has a tendency to raise above the other, and tilting the head brings them level. If you can read easier by holding your book to one side glasses will relieve the diffi culty. I make a specialty of glasses for "complicated defects of the eye. If there are several defective conditions hav the glasses so grouna mat mcj YOU'RK f7 A LOSFJl if you've not been In. t-- -f Right now, in the midst X-4 of the oxford season, when everybody wants them, or Is wearing them, we offer you oxfords at prices that you can't afford to pass. BEITNER'S SONS 111 So. MJchiffan St. m E3 m 1 do not charge Mrs. Mary Molnar. 312 Cherry st.. will recover from the injuries sustain ed from an accident' occuring when she fell from the rear platform of a Washington av. car Thursday night, according to Dr. F. P. Eastman, who is attending her. She stepped from the car before it stopped for the crossing at Studebaker St.. and fell headlong onto the pave ment, cutting a gash in the hack of her head. It was feared the nervous shock that followed would prove fa tal, as for several hours after she re gained consciousness, she was unable to recover complete control of her senses. I will be all corrected. for examination. DR. H. A. THOMSON SOI South Michigan St. Southwest Corner Wayno and Mich. "Not Open on Wednesday Afternoons" m -a in inn giep SEEKS GUARDIAN. Declaring that Andrew Van Kuren is too old and infirm to manage his affairs, Jacob Hill has filei a petition in the circuit court for the appoint ment of a guardian. w GOOD Diamonds CLAUER s HUSDAND SEEKS DIVORCE. Charging cruelty Walter Schafcr has filed suit for divorce from Erma E. Schafer. They were married Aug. CO, 1503. and separated July 1, 1913. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS o o o o o o o rd HALF-YEAR SALE Now Going on at The Big Shoe Store. 'The store that offers von more. o o o o o o o o 10! WEATHER SPECIALTIES You can keep cool with ft an Electric Coffee Pot, an R LU!l!J li P (li? Ii i i Corner Michigan and Wayne Sts. Electric Toaster and Electric Chafing Dish. an MM Bit FORMS Best Silver Plate, 75c Per Pair. 0 I FRANK MAYR'S ill AM !lnllijvy? SAO r -1 OF LADIES' WEARING APPAREL CONTINUES Suits and Summer Dresses, Values $25.00, $20.00, $18.50, $15, and $12.50, now . . G. R. KINNEY & CO. A Few Choice arsains Left SONS CO. 121 W. Washington Av. UNION SHOE CO. 116-122 E. Wayne St. O I Cx00X000vOOOv