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WEDNESDAY, FETTEMDEn 3, J013.
The Ellsworth Store. Mattes Orchestra The Ellsworth Store. SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN JL. ! -A i X y -1 f- T T f A AREY G ESTS TO BE CHARMING NOT BEAUTIFUL OUGHT TO FE WOMAN'S GOAL. 5jC .u 1- e THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. I Li of The marriage of Mlfs JLuellc. lireen Haileybury, Ontario, Canada, to Alfxi.s iieckerlck of K. Madison tt., .outh Bend, will take place Wea-ne.-d.iy morning at the St. Joseph'. Catholic church of Ii-v, Father Kramer rerernony. Alter ihey will resid Mr. I it ckf rich opera Ik'Ik-c. that city. The will perform the i short trip uest at Berlin, Ont., where U manager of a new T 1 , F. Turing, 50j Alk'n St.. en tertained the K. N. a. club Tuesday iiltt mown. li a contest the favors uei. i.i.ii hy Mrs. Albert Marten. Mr-i. Ciiarle.s dnbick and Mrs. Danial O'l.'onni 11. The guest prize was Kiven to M's. Margaret Tusing. . Refrh n'iento were served. In two weeki the. cliir will in eel at the home of Mrc. V. V ec-ver, 41-' Yood St. The U C. T. U. of .St. Joseph county met at the V. V. C. A. parlors Tues day afternoon Further plans were made for the state convention, which will he helo in ms city. Oct. 10 t 14. Homes for the delegates were eho.ien and a committee appointed i pro de autos so that the delegates w'.li Fee the city. committee for decoia t'or.s aJ:d music wut, appointed The Tvt meeting of the executive com mittee will I e held Monday, Sept. S. The Misses Maude and Louise Cre penu of 317 N. Hill .st., entertained Tuesday evening In honor of Miss Gtrtrude Hiss, who will ho married next Tues-day. (harden flowers ere uiod for decorations. A buffet lun cheon was served. Miss Irene Johnson, 702 Marietta Et., entertained informally Tuesday afternoon for her house guest. Miss Delia Randall of Bryan, u. Flowers Vert used for decorations. Refresh ments were scfred. Mij Randall is an Oberlin college girl and has many Xiiei.ds in this city. The marriage of K. J. Martin, ?on of Mrs. J. Martin, 1207 S. Main St., and Miss Lenore Wilcox of Aurora. 111., was Folpmnized at St. Paul's church, Chicago, on Saturday after noon, Aug, 30. Mr. and Mrs. Martin left immediately on a trip stopping a few days en route at the home of the groom. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Toadies' Aid Society of the Westminster church will meet at the home of Mrs. R. s. Tornpson. 821 For !St a v., Wednesday afternoon. CHURCH AFFAIRS. i lie mem iers rlass of the rntueh er. Joyed ar'ino of Mr. it'out fifteen of the Mi;:pah an auto son !'ro S Hvaugeiical ride o the and Mrs J. D. Knepp. miles southwest of this ;ity Tuesday. A country dinner was ?f?ved. Humes and contests er the features of the day. Late in the after noon a watermelon feast was enjoy ?d. There were eighteen in the party. Those besides the elub members were: Mr. and Mrs. John ! lively, the teach ers. Mr. and Mrs. Km met Jester. Mr. and Mrs. William 1'earson. Miss Ruth IMatz and Miss Rertha Lane. The Ladies' Aid society of the F.pworth Memorial church will meet !n the ehimh parlors, Wednesday afternoon. The ollicers for the com ing year will be elected. Tlje Philathean class of the West minster church held a business meet ing at the church parlors Tuesday evening. A social hour followed and light refreshments were served. Next Saturday the class will give a pastry save at the Chapin park grocery store. The next regular meeting will take place Sept. 1."., at the church parlors. The Standard Rearer Foreign Mis sionary In Id its annual meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles Ward. 1114 Hush si. The otticers elected for the following year are: Mrs. Margaret Minnich, pnsident; Miss Gertrude Fisher, vice president: Miss Carrie Carnell. secretary; Miss Marie Grang er, treasurer; Miss Raura Downing and Miss Fdna Med raw correspond ing secretaries. The next meuting will he held Oct. 6. ' OTP ZjT- jX :-SUy . SSI SPP- t x -, ,; .V-'-M; ...,;: X.) Jl ' X. -.: K' :r trt? , n i . i -:y '4 ' .- ' w . , ' . . .-v. : ; J :'; '.'VV - ' - v I . j'- .. . : : : ::''.'..-. x " vV: . v.- .... .; -.i . . K.x w - :?:-. aanii- ''" Mft"'vmm'. n Many Summer Entertainers Find Thoughtless Friends Are Real Burdens When Vis iting "Never Again," Say Hostesses. TWO VIKWS OF MARGARET ILLIXGTON'S IT IS CHARM, RATHER THAN BEAUTY, LOVELY. FACE. SHOWING HOW WHICH MAKES HER PERSONALS Mi.-s .Mary Gaurd and Mrs. Edward Cook and daughters are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Whiteman. Miss Irene Johnson of 702 Marietta rt., has as her guest, Miss Delia De Vere Rar.dall t)f Rran, O. Mrs. j. I. Oliver, James Oliver and Miss Gertrude Oliver left Tuesday for New York city from where they will Faia for Europe. They will be gone boilt si w eeks. Vein Myers of TVnslow road, re-tu-ntd Tuesday from bourbon, Ind., after Mr? RV MARfJAi:i:T ILLIXC.TON. Whenever you pick up a newspaper nowadays and turn to the woman's page yov are very apt to get an Idea that every ivoman is seeking physical beauty and nothing else. io many pretty actresses in the country are telling all the other wo men the means by which they were made beautiful, the means by which they stay beautiful and the means by which they hope to keep their beauty until death does them part. Sometimes I think that men are more interested in these '"beauty chats" than are the women, for the editors are so anxious to print all this beauty talks. My women friends tell me THEY do not have time to read it, as WOMEN who have some work of the world to do cannot solllshly spend long hours daily In making themselves beautiful to the eye alone. Least of all. I am sure, does the actress have time or inclination to be trying always to Improve her pulchri tude. Few successful actresses have been beauties, but they have all been wo men of great force of character and splendid health. Rut it makes no difference if the successful actress never had a pimple on her nose in her life. You can't make a dear little housewife who ad mires her fervently, think otherwise than that she is Just the one to advise all about the cause and cure of every beauty ill. Here is the truth actresses have no open sesame to the vaults where beauty is stored. They are much like other women and they often do things In regard to their health which they ought not to do and do not do things which they ought to do. Clever actresses, like other clever women, find out what kind of food, exercise and how much sleep, vvork and play is good for them and then plan their dally regime upon this. Actresses, however, know no more about rnaklnp: themselves beautiful than any other class of women. Neither are they naturally more beau tiful. Personally, I do not think that physical beauty is as much to be de sired as many other things. Reauty is the most ephemeral of all the qual ities that enhance the charm of fem ininity and I think if most women would avoid the silly trying to make themselves over into something they are not and strive to become interest ing, they would retain popularity longer. And isn't popularity, after all, the thing we really want? If you make yourself interesting you can snap your fingers at beauty blemishes and make those about you love and admire you so much that they will consider the flesh, the freckle and the cast among your greatest attractions. MARGARET ILLINGTON. W. Washington a v., returned from a ten-day auto trip to Chicago. H. A. Hahne and August Watholz of St. Peters, 111., the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Bahde, 112S K. Donald st., returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Friedman of Mil waukee, Wis,, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hurwich, i3. Lafayette St. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Johnson of Chicago, motored to outh Rend and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauck, 1 1 it N. Emerick st. Miss Ada Fisher, of the Brandon Durrell Co.. has returned from a two weeks' vacation at Winona lake. Mrs. Ellen Cole and dauRhter Miriam of No-th Lioert.', 4iul. i.r. tl.M guests of Mrs. Rert Klpllnger, 732 South l:erf .. The Misses Edith, Gladys and Frances Maurer. 19 IS Colfax a v., re turned Tuesday after their annual chautaiwua tour of tllo middle and western states. The Misses Louise and Escella vacation. w ouensieiier oi I'asauena, i-ia., are Place and Miss Ethel th Ssts of Rev. and Mrs. Moerdyke ice. ..irs. J . A. arier and Miss 4" , , ,.s. Edna Yarier are spending a few davs ' t Itl"IIltu V i V i ' lit J..,eph. Mich. an Citty where he attended the i merman Alliance convention. Or. and Mrs. T. J. Swantz returned rr r,.i tr c rc moo B . .- . .... x . I i; o, A ' tm m till Monday trom a week s vacation spent Baren stdias returned from Paw Taw ut Liu ton and Ranksnn. Mich. iaKe. 1 Mr. nr.il Mrs. Frank C. Toepp, 525 C. U Perky is visiting with his weeK s o. v. Mrs. J. family at Anderson, Ind. W. C. iMcAllen, Cincinnati, Ohio, is in the city on business. Miss Marie Martin. South Michigan st., has returned after spending sev eral davs with Mies Nann Wade at Fish lake, Ind. 'Miss Vernice Elbel, 605 Portasre aw. returned Wednesday from Barron lake, where she has been the guest of Miss Aline French. FAVORITE RECIPES OF SOUTH BEND WOMEN CURRANT TARTS. one-half n 3C FALL FOOTWEAR OUR FIRST FALL SHOWING OF FOOTWEAR FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN IS NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOU CALL AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE FOR YOU AT POPULAR PRICES THIS SEASON. Prices 31.95 to $4 00 UNION SHOE-CO. n 31 rs. James Parker. Make crust of one and cups of flour. One-half cup lard. Pinch of salt. One-half teaspoon of baking pow der One beaten egg. Bak" in shells after custard. Filling for tarts: Beat four eggs and melted butter. On cup sugar. Currants, as many as bake in moderate oven minutes. filling with add a little desired, and at least 25 BY ADA PATTERSON. Summer vacation visits are over and the stage of talking about them has begun. Upon the conclusions formed in the last stage depends whether the crop of invitations for next summer will be large or small. Also whether we will receive many or few for the winter holidays. A visit isn't of the same family of events as a stay at a hotel, though many persons so regara it. rnose so regarding 1c are the guests, not the host or hostess, as some of these con versational aftermaths of summer visits prove. Last summer at a house party In one of the hospitable country homes half way between New York and Bos ton, 1 neara a irank man and a can did woman congratulate each other that this time they were the entertain ed instead of entertainers. Said the woman: "I'm going to pell my place on Long island. I ve been driven out of it by my thoughtless friends. think I have the most inconsiderate circle of friends that ever camped on a woman. I Invite them to my cot tage for a week-end, expecting them A. f.. . 10 arrive wun a uress suit case or a telescope bag to hold a change of linen ond perhaps evening clothes, but every one of them brings a trunk. That means the cost of paying an ex pressman and a long delay before din ner, for trunks always take their own time to arrive. But this is what made me make up my mind to move. Cliarges Hide to Hostess. "A man friend came out for the tun day. I dont keep a horse, nor yet an automobile. If my friends want the air they they have to do as I do walk. My man guest didn't relish the Idea of walking. Twice I sue I gested it and twice he postponed the pleasure. At last he said: 'Wouldn't you like to take a drive?' I thanked him and said I would. He asked me to direct him to the livery stable and he came back in a. gay little cart with a high stepper. I enjoyed the drive very much, and the memory of it until I got the bill from the livery stable. He had charged the horse and carriage hire to me." "Strange he walked to the stable. said the man who was having a vaia tlon from entertaining. "My guests telephone everywhere. It seems to me they visit me to telephone long distance messages. Not one of them ever offers to pay the toll." A popular hostess complained tha her guests were lazy about rising They inconvenienced her and each other because the bathtub in this country house, being the only one, must be used in rotation. "I shall never invite one of them again." she said. "If they have millionaire friends who "have a bathroom for each bed room they may go there and Kpt up at any hour they choose. Or if there are none of these wealthy friends they av go to a hotel and pay for their accommodations, if they can." "Never Again" for Her. Another hostess noted for her hos pitality said, as she flowed out of the Grand Central station in New York with the rest of the stream of returning humanity: "I'm all tired out. I've never given an Invitation in my life that wasn't ac cepted." Unpleasant aftermaths of a pleasant summer, these criticisms, and they've a moral to past and prospective guests. Remember that you are not at a hotel. You are not paying for your large room with the field scented breeze billowing the curtains, your fresh country food, and your naps on the piazzas or long spins on country roads. You pay for them only ap proximately and that in the coin of consideration. Consideration fs Appreciated. Consideration involves a hearty ap preciation of what is offered you. and an exact conforming to the routine of the house. If the family ri?es at live, and it is your habit to rise at nine, you must leave your wooing sheets at five. If the family dines at twelve and you are accustomed to dining at seven, you must eat your midday din ner with a smiling face even though with a protesting stomach. If you don't wish to do this there Is an easy alternative. Decline the next invita tion. Their disappointment may not be as overwhelming as j'ou fancy. And that brings me to the second moral for guests. Don't think that you are always wanted when you are asked. The tired hostess grumbling her way out of the Grand Central station is not an uncommon type. She is a sister of the woman who gives Christmas pres ents because she "has to", a wicked desecration of a beautiful day and per version of a tender custom. And for the hostess, she has com mand of the situation. The moral for her is. Be not Insincere. If you don't want to entertain a guest don't invite him. Unwelcome bread is as bitter as a grulging holiday gift is undesired. Don't fill your house with people, and then complain that you are keeping a hotel. They wouldn't be there if you hadn't asked them. Don't speak a ord that makes parasites of thern and a hypocrite of you. f OFEBEJi ra i Opening morrow Tfjs Bmghtst Spot town BUY 1 1 F 0 MOW I We Save You Money on Much or Little D ELKG ATT NAMED. Guy L, Bunker, Miss Anna Ander son and Dr. Chas. Stoltz were ap pointed delegates by Mayor Goetz Tuesday to the American Prison asso ciation, which will meet at Indianapo lis Oct. 16. Our Our Success Depends Upon Satisfied Patient. SMITH & SMITH cirmoPTLcroRs. 218 W. Wayne, H. rhooa South Dcnd, ZndL ErcTy Patient a Rooster for SWEM, The Chiropractor. Hay Fever. 302-306 Dean Building. Homo Phone 2365. SCHOOL SHOES -w Boys' and Girls' 3l.5o values, 98c G. R. KINNEY & CO., 1 16-122 E. Wayne St. BALL 9 M ol. five, FURNITURE CO, 226 So. Michigan St. RAZE ASTOR HOUSE IXR TOMB STONES NEW YORK. Sept. 3. The granite 'ocks that have served as walls for he old Astor house here, will be sold to a tombstone maker by the firm en rraeed to raze the landmark. GOOD Diamonds CLAUE8 -INFANT MASSITT. Irmogene Ma.itt. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce MasMtt of Clay township, died Vmsdav nUht at th residence at 6:30 o'clock, after an Ill ness lasting over a month. Funeral services will be held from the residence Thursday. 11 D&Hx Trftiaa fa CTs!cttt rUUMEY &D.- i M ii mi mi ii i m mmm , rlli i " iiiaTi"' - - niiii. I There is positive assur ance of the passing of the New Tariff Schedule within 30 days, which will mean an increase in the price of PAMDS 15 Better see the bargains in Blue White Diamonds we are offering at $100.00 Per Carat FRANK PJ1AYR & SONS' CO. 121 VV. Wash. Av. See our Show Window. SUIT TIME is here again and we are cure you will be delighted with the new line. Come in and let us help plan the new outfit LOOK THE LINE THROUGH. You can buy lat-r if you wish. You can even se cure your early selection by the payment of a small deposit EI i A Lit. Affirm U 9 i and The styles materials are un 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 I $25.00. I - mi OPEN LABOK DAY I