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5 i SOME CHARMING IDEAS IN FALL HATS A pretty uridine tm"k plaro : Faturdav afternoon at 4 o'clock, wh THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. o 1. m 1 MIks Klthel Ilolinr, Iuuht r of Mr, and Mrs. Frank llolin'cr. 'jZ: Oakland av., was married to 'ictor Iittlojohn, of Copcndalc, III. Th. Jlev. II. V. Mull of the United Brethren rhurrh performed th cf rrmory. Miss (!or trudo Wat5on, thf maid of honor, w.is attirrd in a sown of whif- silk voile, fho carried white rofs. Lokny J Jol lnrr was the groomsman. Mi:-s P.olinzer worf a beautiful white silk 'oilf gown, and carried bride's ro.o.;. Following the ceremony a supper was served to the relatives. -Mr. and Mrs. I.lttlejohn will live at 111 W. liowman st. The Qui Vive club met at the homo of Mi.s Hazel T'lbricht, 1 J S K. Hron fon fit., and entertained for the girls who have returned from the normal pummer schools and tho.1 e leaving soon for college. The honor guests were the Mioses Jessie Marhle, Kstner h'chott and Helen Klliott, Gertrude 'billas. Kmma (Jimii and Una Cainp. The evening was spent at samos and music. Iato in the evening refresh ments were served. The house was decorated with pennants and jack lan terns. Garden lowers were also used. The club will have a special meeting at the "home of Miss Gertrude Chill. is. Ml H. .t. Joseph st., Wednesday evening. t Vt'. V j v V,;i f( -. .:V:.A V.: VV TV V X :x t- : r v., ;..,',...;; :.-.., P-'v-: .Vi vv' T Mr. and Mrs. Max Hurwlrh an nounced the enpragement of their daughter Kiizabeth to Fdward man of Milwaukee, Wis., with Fried-1 ayette st., Monrlay. Tliey received from 3 to f. and 7 to 10. The houso was beautifully decorated with palms and ferns with large bouquets of as sorted flowers. The color scheme was green ana wnue. Miss Hurwieh won a Nile green gown with ovenlrap hand painted in pearls and panel chiffon, trimm u n ( 1 I r r r 11 r c 1 f e of roses and lilies of the valle tho receiving line were Eva C Ethel Farrol, Hannah Ferguson, rvlevo Hurwich, Goldine llui Koso Hershenow, Goldine Pump' The out of town guests wer and Mrs. Fam Friedman. I'reldman, Ieo 1'riedman. Freldman, Mrs. II. Simon of Wilwau l:ee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. II. Pumplan. Mr. and Mrs. H. Rothblat, Mr. anI Mrs. A. C. Rothblat. Mrs. Sacks, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sex. Mr. and Mrs. Tk Sacks, Mr. and Mrs. B. Sejgal, Mr. xind Mrs. D. Rubensteln, Miss Goldine Pumpian, Kva Cohen, Hannah Fer puson. Edith Rlfken, Ethel Farrol, Mrs. C. Cohen, Fred Ferguson, Harry Cchen of Chicago, 111.; Miss Bessie FIox, Peru, Ind.; Ixuis Fox, Plym outh, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. I. Hurwich, Kokomo, Ind. Julian and William Stein rendered itome very delightful solos during the vening. Miss Dora Her?henow gave a musical selection. , A dainty luncheon was served. Four hundred guests were present. J The annual reunion of the Jackson, Chamberlain and Fishier families was held Monday at keeper park. At noon dinner was served. At the busi ness session that followed tho offlcers leeted were Frank Voder, president; J. A. Jackson, vice president: John Itennoe, secretary, and Mrs. Mary E. Collins, treasurer. During the social hour muskmelons and watermelons were served. The reunion of next year will be held on Labor day at deeper park. Mrs. Alonzo Heston, 912 Lawrence Ft., entertained Monday evening in honor of Miss Gertrude Hiss, who will be married Tuesday, Sept. I. Garden flowers were used for decorations. Refreshments were served. The Misses Maude and Louise Crepeau, ::17 N. Hill st., will entertain for Miss Hiss next Tuesday evening. Miss Dorothy McCance, 4 .15 S. Main Ft., has issued invitations for a dance Friday even.'n;? at Melville, hall. The Whiteman family reunion was held Monday in the Studebaker woods. Dinner was served at noon. A business meeting followed. The of ficers elected were Philip Whiteman, president; I;slie Whiteman, vice pres ident; Clem uhitemaru secret William Whiteman. treasurer, Mrs. Francis Whitmer, historian A social committee was al pointed. Owen Whiteman. F Whitmer. Mrs. Claude Whitemar Edward Perkins and Miss "Whiteman. Games and a soc lowed. Mmur hiteman. a 1 4 oldest one present. while Willis M. Sriver, aged four was the youngest. There were ISO present. The out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Addeson Whiteman and family, .Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Whiteman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leavitt and tamiiy Niles. Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Co., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Nungersser of La porte; Mr. and Mrs. George Buchle: Mr antl Mrs. David i;uehkr, .Mr. an Mrs. Striekler and family. Mrs. J. Washington. Mrs. Frederick Graber Rochester. Ind.; Miss Ruth Feller Chicago; Mrs. na (irube, Phoeni: Ariz,; Mrs. Edward i id daughter .'".f mouth. Ind.; Mrs. Edward Whee r.' Texas: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Metzg and Miss Maude Kinir, Clyde. (.: .M and Mrs. Orville Miller and famil Tifsa Ind.; Miss Naomi Dinkeldin Bourbon. Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. W. Myers. Kendallville, Ind.; Harry at Elmer Whiteman and Mrs. Susie J s ph. or Greenspring. O.; Mr. and Mi Ova Hartman, Hammond. Ind.; Mi George Sriver, son and naught War.-aw. Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. Hen Whiteman. Mrs. J. H. Whiteman, M hihI Mrs. John Downs and family, Mr Laura Hoover of Lapaz. Ind.; Mr. ar. Mrs. J. M. Guard and tamiiy of t men. Ind.; and E. Grayhill, An:o Ind. Since the last reunion there hi 3 teen two deaths, six marrl.iges and four births. n f Y I p r l Mr. Kdvard Lillian m 1 (, the III. uasier lettV mtnths. :i VV iiiiii LSUC that the clearance prices on our low shoes ! are tar lower thah regular once I! I ference between what and what the s 1 HWld sffU for r ' 1 1 J ---v. 1 IM tin R ! I 1 H H ' f t f I 1 I'll - :: ' : i- : 4- - v;,7 C:f : v ; ' " V'. , . vk'vv - -j ""r S One of the new fall black velvet ts which Virot is featuring is rather er than we have been wearing is summer. It also rolls away from le e lace more, mis win nave me m i f t i i a V dency to make one look older. ! Black and white will be mnch worn, and the Virot hat Is trimmed with white ostrich' feathers about tho rim and a bunch of ostrich quills with the Huffy feathers left at Girls will wear gray much this win ter. A young girl's fiat of dark gray velvet is made in Tarn O'Shanted fashion, wlthVaroll cf white satin on the edge of N rim and a fiat white bow at With this is worn frray and squirrel skins dyed to simulate ilia. i :li jnvo i ;ti rs i wlij o ri-js i x c The presentation of Fall Styles the Fall Style Showing will take, place Thursday. Millinery Opening Coat and Suit Showing. ThO Ellsworth Store. AdvL PERSONALS Mrs. Charles Ulbricht. 128 E. Bron son St., returned Monday evening aft er a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. War ner at Kuntz lake. . Van O. Browne of E. Jefferson boulevard returned Monday evening for a fcihort stay with relatives. Mr. Browne is doing concert work in Michigan. Raymond FLanagan ajid James Wolf have returned from Diamond lake where they have been camping. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Nolsom and daughter Jennie returned Monday by auto from Elgin, 111., where they at tended the races. Mr. Noisom also attended the Jewelers convention at Chicago. rN. Waller and daughter Clare accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Xoisom from Elgin and will be enter tained for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Allen are spend ing a two weeks' vacation at Sturgis, Mich. Lester Livingston of Chicago Is vis iting 4 his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Livingston of E. Jefferson boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Emerlck are spending a few days in Chicago. Miss Genevieve Winkler. 937 South Bend av, returned Monday after a three weeks visit in Fort Madison, la., and Chicago, 111. Miss Edna Reeco has returned from a three weeks' vacation trip. She vis ited Benton Harbor and Paw Paw, Mich., and Chicago.' Mrs. Joseph Burke, 625 Clinton st., with her nephews, Elmer and Bush man, and A. Sparts of St. Louis spent Sunday visiting relatives in Indianap olis. D. J. Laven of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Laven, 211 E. Bronson st. SJarry Whiteman and S. E. White- ri of Green Springs. O.. were the ts of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. WThite- 1004 E. Madison st., Sunday, will accompany them to the oman reunion at Rum village W. TalcoH and M. G. Hodson Talcott and M. G. Hodson have 'on a i.L'UU-miie trip through In dia ua, Ohio and Kentucky. They are working on a new gui(W for tourists. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Livingston .and family havo returned from their summer home at Michigan City. Mrs. A. Newman from New York city is the guest of A. R. Squires, 517 E. Dubail ave. Miss ioulse Ade'sperger, 807 E. Colfax ave., has returned from her vacation in Chicago. , Miss Kitty Deicgen. 10.,2 S. Frank lin st., has returned from Chicago. Lewis Chase has moved to Cleve land with his family. Mr. Chase ex (pccts to go in the jewelry business. Arthur Wass has returned from his ! vacation in St. Joseph, Mich., and J near-by summer resorts, t Madeline Livingston sails today from Naples, Italy, on the steamer Canopic for Boston. She will travel through the east and will arrive home the latter part of September. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Derail er of Ft. -Wayne was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Max Adler, ."07 W. Lnsalle av., Monday. R. I. Talcott has just returned from LaJunta, Col. Mrs. Talcott will re main at LaJunta for her health. Miss Margery Turner, 4 07 Franklin St., is spending a three weeks' vaca- tion. visiting Michigan. her brother in northern aice The dif- yhey sell for now would buy n 'air? th ; a whiSW chlnc.l 1 IT Jl at aid CO. . V : :'.,: i-x.x;v:r fAiV.A the tips. 1 h ., . rMm--m&x'iL :wmmmm 1 X xi iv' v- -x-x-----'-v-.V: x ::::-..::v-5: ' V -A Q . .v.-J7::.: v .-K i-if X Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adanis of Chi cago and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luther of Beloit, Wis., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Luther, 833 N. Main st. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Weaver and son, accompanie 't by Miss Nellie Gray, left Tuesday on a motor trip to Day ton, Ky. They will visit Mr. Weaver's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. L. Flox. 126 E. Ohio St., are the guests of Ml and Mrs. S. Flox of Peru, Ind. G. A. Cooper, assistant physical di rector of the Y. W. C. A. left Tuesday for Minnesota where she will stay for several weeks. From there he will ro to Springfield, where he will attend school. C. C. Lampman of the Oliver chilled plow works left Monday for St. Louis where he has accepted a position at the branch oftice. AILQRED SUITS G Dark Colors Will Prevail in the Street Costumes Seen This Fall There Are Modes For Every Woman in Shops, Shopping for the 'autumn tailored Lsuit will be far more interesting than for the spring tailormade, because variety is the keynote of the coming styles. There was a wearisome mo notony last season in both skirts and coats, little variation in length, prac tically none in trimming, .nd very little in cut and material. i"his year there are models for all manner of women; there are short, jaunty coats for tall, slender figures, long, three quarter length garments for more matronly figures; draped skirts and plain ones; belts and waistcoats or wide sashes and vests. She would be Indeed a curious creature who could not find a suit to please her this autumn. On one point the majority of French couturiers agree, and that is a dark, subdued coloring for street costumes. The bright, vivid tones arc all very well for tho summer, when every ono is frivolling more or less ard nature is in a riotous mood, but for the winter the reaction from those violent colorings is very, pleasing, lack, however, has a serious rival in "tote de nepre," which is almost in distinguishable from black, but which on close inspection betrays a brown ish shading Another equally popular color is midnight blue, a very deep navy blue that suggests black. There is also a deep rich purple and a georgette green which is darker than the famous basket preen. HriUiant Colored Trimmings. This leaning toward black colors for the street does not mean that all color will be kopt for indoor functions and for the evenings, but that the brilliant tones will bo centered in the trimmings. Vests and waistcoats may reflect one or many of the radient hues, some of the art nouveau stuffs displaying a remarkable blending of color. Against the dark background of the suit those accessories borrowed from the masculine contingent stand out with a vividness which is startling. Waistcoats are of many type's; some are mere vests, which fill in the open space in front made by slanting the coat directly back from the fastening : over the bust; others are fashioned like men's waistcoats, with backs of I plain satin. Many coats are made to j be worn with or without the waist- coats, on the other hand. Is worn fre quently without the coal. The plain ! taffetas and satins are used generally t for the waistcoats worn with blouses, j Still another type of waistcoat could I be described as a girdle vest. When the jacket is removed the j effect is very similar to that produced I by any high cirdle. Subdued Colors In Plaids. The color note is sound ed in plaids, which are combined freely with plain materials, but this color note, it must be admitted, is very much subdued. It has been 'many seasons since plaid coeds have been as popular as they are today, and the fear is expressed that their poularlty will tend to cheapen them. One either likes or dislikes plaid materials; there are no half measures, and the woman who overuses plaids is almost sure to kill them for the woman in search of ex elusive styles, mere are some very artistis plaid materials shown, many reproductions of the well known Scotch tartans, and a larger number of new designs in soft greens and blues, with stripes of silver or gold and unusual brown and purple com binations. Plaids are being made both in silk and in cloths. FAVORITE RECIPES OF SOUTH BEND WOMEN mrs. joiix n. wi:ih:r. Reef or Veal Loaf. Three pounds of beef or veol, one nan pound salt pork ground, one cup cracker or bread crumbs. Moisten in three-fourths cup of milk. Two eggs. thrte small teaspoons salt, one tea spoon pepper, one-half grated nut meg, part of grated rind and juice of lemon. Bake one hour in a buttered tin. KLLSWOUTirs FAIilj OPKXINtt. The Presentation of Fall Styles the Fall Style Showing will take place Thursday. Millinery Opening Coat and Suit Showing. The Ellsworth Store. . Advt. Swaim's Elberta peaches and Part lett pears this week at the leading grocers or phone 4151 on Home. GOOD Diamonds CLAUER DR. THOMSON'S EYE TALKS X- f (TALK XO. 170.) Improvement. Glasses not only preserve the eyes but in many enses develop and im prove them. Eyes that are defective never attain a full development until glasses are worn. They are upon a constant strain which weakens the tissues. The vision is imperfect and of course cannot become acute with out aid. With glasses the strain is re lieved and the eyes put In exact focus. Every object is clear and distinct. The nerves become keener and sharper. The muscles become stronger and the entire '-ye takes on a normal tone. If your eyes give trouble do not post pone the matter. The longer you put off wearing glasses the worse they will become. The sooner you begin the longer they will last and the stronger they will be. I do not charge for consultation. DR. H. A. THOMSON 'Xot Open on Wednesday Afternoons" SOI South Michigan St. Southwest Corner Wayne and Mich. livery Patient a Rooster for SVVEM, The Chiropractor. Hay Fever. S02-30G Dean Ruilding. Homo Phono 23G5. w cz There is positive assur ance of the passing; of the New Tariff Schedule within 30 davs, which will mean an increase in the price of MMM 1596 Better see the bargains in Blue White Diamonds we are offering at $100.00 Per Carat FRANK MAYR & SONS' CO. 121 W. Wash. Av. See our Show Window. 8 EYES EXAMINED 'And Hcadftobe Rellrretf wttbottt thm us of DruffB by --' LEMON TREE Booth Bend's Leading Optcmeridt asd Manufacturing Optician. 222U 8x MJchlran Street. tictnm Pbone &04. BI1 Pboo S4T- Boadajv from 9 to 10:30 A. M. SCHOOL SHOES Boys' and Girls' 31.50 values, 98c. ' G. R. KINNEY & CO., 116-122 E. Wayne St. Jul The Ellsworth Store Presentation of Fall Styles the Fall Style Showing will take place Thursday. Milli nery Opening Coat and Suit Showing Thursday. SUIT TIME is here again and we are sure you will be delighted with the new line. Come in and let us help plan the t new outfit. LOOK THE LINE -THROUGH. You can buy later if you wish. You can even se cure your early selection by the payment of a small deposit. nra n n n .1 u M1LUU tkli The styles materials usually hand some. The color list includes some beautiful shades. The suit coats are longer than last season and the long straight line cutaway effects are very stunning. The early part of the week we offer a few particularly strong values at .$25.00. MOT OPEN S For a Quick Joh we can put enough skilled men to work to finish it is any given time. The workmanship and materials ar always the same the best to bo had anywhere. No matter whether your job be larpre or small, or what kind of a plumbing Job it may be, we can handle it to your perfect sat isfaction. Get our estimates. Hear what your neighbors say of our work. Thos. Williams n 1 1 and are un- LABOR DAY 0)