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SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store The Ellsworth Store Forty-Two Links in The Chain of Years TWO MEMBERS OF THE ENGLISH PEERAGE DRESSED IN THEIR BRIDAL ARRAY THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. REAL QGGASIDIVIS IND 1 &7 K-t Miss Dorothy .McCanse entertained with a pretty dancing party for 50 guests Friday evening in Melville liall. The party opened with a march led by the ho.stcjs and Charles Vi' gins. of Portland. r. Miss. Mary Ann .Mcranse and William Wiggins distributed the programs. Th F.roadway club will ho'd its lirst im-eting for trie season Tuesday alternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C . liondurant. on S. Michigan ht. The ) v.ill continue the ttudy of current eventj'. Mi.M Marguerite Bender entertained the members of the Phi ijlrna soror ity at Five Hundred Friday afternoon, complimenting her houso guet. Miss Julia (ireyer, of Indianapolis. Miss Uf j'T is a member of the sorority in Indianapolis. The quests tilled three tables and the favors were taken hy Miss FloTf no" Gregier, Miss (ireyer and Mi-s Graee Paker. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown, 102 K. Ohio Ft., wer- pleasantly surprised Friday evening ly their neighbors and friends who gathered to celebrate their Kith wedding anniversary with them. The v-nir. was jp nt wit'i ?unts and rnusi" and a super was served. Th.e host and hostess received many handsome gifts. Mrs. Eugene Miller of Franklin ydace has issued invitations for a luncheon t ! Riven next Friday aft ernoon in honor of Miss Mary Jane Fish, who will he a i-eptemher bride, Mrs. Charles Murdoek. .115 S. St. Jor- ph st.. entertained Friday after noon in honor of Mrs. W. S. Wigt?in.s of l'ortland. Ore. A two-course luneheon wa.- seived, covers were laid for ir,. . ' . x. .- v (. - t ...... - r ' fej f!T.,- .y" . '. '(' -V fcM5--'"--"' ' ' iVV ' si V.. v2r' C J ' y.,' fx?-. jt -.:: . v. v. v-l T 1 5 '' . V ill n.. I. .. .... , , . . 1 SOCIAL CLUBS Mrs. Menry Bert. 6H9 Iliver av entertained the Grandmothers' club Thursday afternoon. Iinner was served at noon. The afternoon was spent s-'winK earp-t ras. Mrs. Delia Hood, S. Cnrndl st.. will entertain the Club in two weeks. The Ladies' Mulety of the Turn verem met iriday afternoon to plan a pii-nirr. to b. Riven at Turner hall T'rk. N. Michigan st., next Kunday afternoon and evening. Refresh ments were served. Miss Fthel Z'itler entertained the Cosmopolitan cluli at hep home, 74 .ancombe av.. Thursday afternoon. A thri e-rours" lunch was served. Mls.s Maxine Chapper entertained with sev eral piano solos. The out-of-town quests were Mrs. Chapper and her daughter. Maxine ('hajtper, of New ark. X. J. The next meeting will bo held next Thursday at the hcmi" of Miss ;retclK-n Muessel, 701 Cottage (iloo av. "''Mvti:..-.-. V. : . :. -yy ' - - -..: .V'f , ' ', : .-.A ; . : .-.. ::-'. ' : . : v V : ' :;: :: . v: '; . . v:. Kic r :; r Ay.&y 'V ,V:ie: :t 15 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Tile Indies' Aid society of Munson chaptl " i 1 1 ie an ice ereant and melon h cial Saturday evening. The Norman Ta'dy Sewinir circle will 1m- entertained at the old (. A. R. hail. F. J iYer.-on st., next Monday. Tlir nortii se.-tion of the "Women's l;:-ue of the First Methodist church will moot Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. (Jeorpe Ueyler. S. Jafaette .t. Tlie assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Mary Mines. Mrs. Albert Myers. Mrs. Robert Stellim r and Mrs. Charles Markle. The o. !:. S. auxiliary will meet Monday aft-:rn tori in the Masonic club rooms, i,e hostesses will' bo Mrs. Kate l iu "it shorter, Mrs. Mollie Kelley. Mr:'. !ary F.rooks-, and Mrs. Carrie Wolcott. The lythian te i will meet Wednes day nftern.i.m the home of Mrs. ia. Til Wli'ii, oi i'. Navarre tt. The r.uteka i luo will meet Tliurs day afternoon with Mrs. Fdward "Weaver, K. Sample st. The woman's cuild of St. James Kpiscopa church will t niertain with ii thimble Wednesday afternoon at the parish house. 319 W. Colfax a v. The hostesses will be Mrs. Walter Muessel, Mrs. S. R. Face. Mrs. A. (I. Thomp.-ett. Mrs. Geor-:e Miltenberger, Mrs. ('. M. Casev and Mrs. 11. B. Aldrich. LOUD .VXD LAD V HOCKSAVAr.E. Miss Svbil bassoon, who was married the other day to Iord Rocksav age, heir to the marqucsate of Cholmonaelay, set a new standard in simple wedding clothes. The bride wore a plain little frock with a "Dolly Varden" hat and a red fox scarf. It was an afternoon wedding and the details were most simple. Her husband, Lord Rocksavage, is known as the best dressed man in Kngland and his clothes in the picture are the correct "conventional black", for an afternoon wedding In exclusive circles. a position as superior of domestic art in the high school. Dr. and Mrs. ,S. W. Baer and Miss Hilda Raer, 524 S. Carroll st., have returned from Diamond Iike, Mich. While there they had as their guests Mrs. Franklin A. Roulton of Laporte and Mrs. S. S. Scolt, of Elkhart. Floy, Strelble, of Chicuo, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Streible. i407 Keasey st. Charles Wert, of Olnej-, 111., has accepted a position with the Cleis Jewelry store. He will soon bring his family here. F. II. Ch'ley, director of the boys department at the Y. M. C. A. has returned from Corey lake. Mr. and Mrs. George Oltsch. 324 N. Iafayette st.. will leave Monday to at tend the Toronto exposition at Toron to, Canada. They will visit Montreal and Quebec. James Horn, who has been the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Horn, has returned to Boston, Mass.. after a four weeks' visit. Carl W. Ginz, W. IvuSalle av., has returned from Cedar Point, O., whore he spent the summer. Misses Mildred and Elsie Smith and Miss Lois Brown, of Westville. Ind., are spending the week end with Mrs. 1). M. Walton and her sister, Miss Fs telle G. Herrold. FAVORITE RECIPES OF SOUTH BEND WOMEN MUS. T. C. FIlKYKllMITTII. Sour Klops. Two pounds of round steak and one pound of pork steak ground together. Salt and pepper to taste and a little onion. One and one-half cups of bread crumbs. Mix all ingredients together and form In balls of size to suit Individual taste. Put as much water on the lire as will cover the meat used in the balls. Slice one medium-sized onion fine and add with a little allspice. Bring to a boil before putting in the meat. Cook until quite done, an hour's time is usually required. Then add one-half pint of cream and one-half cup of vinegar. After all is done and just before removing from the tire thicken with the yolks of three eggs and serve. CHURCH AFFAIRS PERSONALS John Devine of Chicago is the guest of his s-.Ti. John Devine of North :hore drle. Mis Esther Childcrs of Kingstown. Ind.. ha ieturned to her home after rper.diu-: a month with her sister, Lillian Childcrs ."l". E. South st. Harry Freermuth. S13 Ashland av.. is at Iiporte the guest of Harr.y Keller. Mrs. Pk. Van Nordstrand of L;.ay ette, Ind.. is visiting Mrs. Sarah Van Nordstrand. E. Jefferson boulevard. J. Brechener of Detroit, Mich., i-s the gutst of h!s brother. Frank J'rechensi r, 7 1 s California a v. Miss Estelle G. Henold, who has has been attending school at Chicago university this summer, has returned for a few weeks 'tny before going to Jacksonville. Kla.. vvh-re she -will take A regular meeting of the Women's Missionary s.ciety of the First Pres byterian church was held Friday aft ernoon nt the church parlors. The hostesses were Mrs. E. J. Harrison, Mrs. C. L. Sayre and Mrs. M. J. Mil liken. Light refreshments were served during the social hour. Mrs. V. W. Davis. 413 S. Franklin st., entertained the Women's Mission ary society of the First Baptist church Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. A. Martin had charge of the program. Mrs. S. II. Chard had charge of the devotional program. Rev. C. A. Decker led the prater. Miss Dorothy Chard gave a reading on "Need of Christian Women in the Oriental Homo". Miss Agnes White gave a reading on "The Medical Side of Mis sionary Work". Miss Martha Dodge recited "The Vision of Sir Launfal". Mrs. Rodo sang and Mrs. Robert El bel accompanied her. Light refresh ments were served. On Oct. 3 Mrs. E. J. Smith, 612 S. Carroll st., will entertain, the society. rr 2 ii FALL FOOTWEAR OUR FIRST FALL SHOWING OF FOOTWEAR fj 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 $1.95 to $4-00 a PLAN RALLY MEETING FOR GYMNASIUM GIRLS A rally meeting for all members of the Young Women's Christian associa tion who have had work at any time in the physical training department, is being planned for Tuesday evening, Sept. 16, by Miss Mary McCloy. the new physical director. Registration for the work of the coming term In the department has already begun. Class work at the association will be gin Sept. 24. BREMEN' FAIK. Sept. 16 to 19. Vanaaiia train leaves Sept- 18 at S a. m.. returning leaves Rremen at 6 p. m., for accom modation of South Bend passengers. There is positive assur- I j ance or tne passing or trie 1 b New Tariff Schedule within 30 days, which will mean an increase in u the price of DiAiOSIS UNION SHOE CO 15 I 7 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. Mrs. Grundy Cannot Dictate What to Say at Such Times, Miss Fairfax Says. BY BEATIUCK FAIRFAX. What shall a girl say when she re ceives an engagement ring".' Well, now, wnat do you think of a question like that? Who gave you the ring, little sister, and what did you tnink when he gave it to you? Do you love him, weie you so happy you could scarcely breatne .' Well, then, why didn't you say so, and be done with it? What shall you say, how shall you act; is this proper, is this right? Hie heart is the proper juuge when it comes to things like this. hat have you done to your heart .frozen it up solid, reading a lot of stuff about what is '"the proper thing" and "what isn't done", and wiio ougnt to speak lirst and who must never, never say a word though the whole world be hanging in the bal ance ? Etiquette what etiquette is there about being engaged? What do you tnink youll do when you come to die ask some one to read an etiquette book to tell you how to shut your eyes and bid fare well to this V-in world? When they put your first baby In your arms, how in the world will you Know how to act unless some Mrs. Grundy is there to tell you? What! Shockingl Oh, yes. of course, .babies are dreadfully shock ing, arent they, and so is lite and so i death and so is love and so are lots and lots of things, but they are real, just the same. And so, why don't you meet them like a real wom an and not like some little, painted jointed doll that has to wait till you pinch her even to say ".Mammu" or "Papa" in her squeaky little artificial voice. What must you say when he gives you the ring, dear heart, what must you say when he's sick and wants you to hold his hand and make him something good to eat and pull down the shade and make the room comfy and read him something to send him to sleep. What must you say when you and he stay up all night watching for tho dawn to tell you whether shes going to live or not? the little girl you both love so dearly. What must you do when somebody tries to take him away from you and your heart is breaking and you don't really know whether he cares or not? What are you, little sister, any how; a girl a real live girl or just a make believe, cut-out of some fashion paper with bits of feet that couldn't walk an honest step to save anybody's life and tiny hands that couldn't put a biscuit into shape if the fate of the nation depended on it? What must you say? why, say what you think, say what you feel, say what you mean and stop think ing about it, thats all. TWO EMBEZZLEMENT CASES WILL BE HEARD MONDAY Even the drunks succeeded in keep ing out of the way of policemen Fri day and as there were no other of fenders the police court docket Sat urday was the lightest of many days. Saturday usually sees a large number of offenders before Judge Farabaugh but this proved an exception and only two cases came up. Both of these were continued. James M. Brodbeck, charged with embezzlement by the Butzbaugh Fruit Co., will have his trial next Monday and T. O. Hickey charged with the same crime by Milton B. Griffith, will appear at the same time. MAHIUACil? LICENSES. Elias Hughes, machinist. Flora Bauer. John H. Rogers, clerk, Bertha De Porter. FIRST GAME OF CITY SERIES COMES SUNDAY Cerjracz and Iloosler Creams to Start Play For the Local Title at Springbrook Park. The first of a series of three games to decide the city championship will be staged Sunday afternoon at Spring brook park between the Gergaez and the Hoosier Creams. Arrangements have been made with the manage ment of the park to secure the ball grounds for the next three Sundays and all of the games will be played there. Both of the clubs are evenly match ed and each one has its share of good players so that fans are prom ised some good baseball before the holder of the city title is determined. The line-up follows: Gergaez Green. 21k; Lush. cf.; Connors, 3b.; Pierce, lb.; Weise, If.; Cassidy, rf.; Moore, p.; Vargo, ss.; Wilton, p.; Thompson, c; Holth, Makielski. Atvas. utility. Hoosier Creams Klaybnr, L'b.; Evers, ss.; White, lb.; To u hey. 3b.: Weoer, If.; Nutt. cf.; Bender, rf.; Youn p.; Lapp, p.; Hudak, c; Stcvey, utility. ROBS TELEPHONE TILL IN POLICE STATION ESCAPES PITTSBURGH. Sept. C Held on a charce of beinwr a suspicious person. E. F. Campbell asked permission to telephone friends from a booth in the North Side police station. While talking Campbell picked the lock of the telephone till and took out $7.50. He then was arraigned, paici a nomi nal fee and left before the theft was discovered. MATTRESSES WONT SINK. PARIS, Sept. 6. A large Paris firm is rushing an order for a thousand mattresses, whichare pronounced un slnkable. A ship furnished with these mattresses will have a life preserver right in the berth if they are what is claimed for them. WILL GIVE CAXAL SERVICE. BREMEN'. Sert. 6. The North German Lloyd Steamship line made official announcement today of a big increase In business during the first half of this year and that a Pacific coast service through the Panama canal will be arranged just as soon as the canal is thrown open fo traffic Friends for Forty-Two Years. Just 42 years ago the Ellsworth Store Started. It was a Little Store, but the man who started it was a man of purpose, Sincerity and Honesty and these Qualities made Friends for the store the First Day Friends that are Friends after 42 years. Some say that there is no Sentiment in Business but our answer to this is that our Friends are Loyal ly Interested in this Store's Career and that they show this by their Interest in what the store is doing. Old Friends and New Friends are Interested alike, just as you are in Your Personal Friends and we are in our's. Old customers who move away from town keep writ ing back to us for Dry Goods and for Old Sake's Sake wanting us to take care of their Needs and be ing interested in what the Store is doing. Sentiment in Business? Yes! Loads of it. The Ellsworth Store Anniver sary Sale marking the 42nd Anniversary begins Monday Monday Morning at 9 o'clock. The Ellsworth Anniversary Sale is the Biggest and Best Sales Event of the Year in South Bend. This is the Sale to which Our Friends look with Keenest Interest for it is m This Sale that yalues are Best and Prices Lowest. The Scale of Prices runs to Forty-Two, with 42 cents the Prevailing Price. Goods that Regularly sell from 75 cents to $1.75 will be found in the Anniversary Sale at 42 cents. Goods from $2.00 to $3.00 will be in This Sale at $1.42 and $4.00 to $5.00 Goods at $2.48. The Anniversary Sale begins Monday Morning at Nine O' Clock the Doors wi be open at 9 o'clock. 18711913 7v s ?? 1' "rfjs BiuotfT&sT spot rawrs" IIUSKIKK. Miss Florence Do Bhviirnz has re turned to .South IJend after spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lantz. Herld Jackson has returned to his home at South Hend, after spending the week with Joseph Loach and fam ily. Mrs. Lester Lantz is recovering from her illness. Harry O. G. Cripe has returned from a week's outing at Nutwood and has accepted a position with M. Bottles. T. 13. Leach of South Bend visited friends here Tuesday. r ArlriY-n W Wlltkins -i slowlv im- provinp from injuries received in a f all j la.st week. Irving Leach attended the weddinff of Miss Kubt Sweitzer and Walter Gordon Sunday evening, at Hillside farm, Mishawaka. Miss Knott has returned to her home at Niles, Mich., after a week's visit here with her brother, Louis Knott. Clem Schafer of Carson, Ind., spent Sunday with friends in this vicinity. A number from here attended the countv fair at Laporte last week. Arthur Klinkner of Carson spent Saturday and Sunday v.ith his sister, Mrs. M. Bottles. Willard Frick of Vox. av., made a business trip here Wednesday. Mrs. Adam K. Watkir.s is recovering from a fractured arm. POLICE TO PATROL SCENE OF LABOR DEMONSTRATION PLYMOUTH. Devere wise returned last evening from a visit in South Bend. Mrs. Martindale has left for Etna 1 r r n Mrs! W. C. V7lt of Buffalo, X. T.. j is the guest ot Mrs. Lr. t.iy. Miss Hazel Love of Plymouth is visiting in SJouth Bend. Mrs. John Jones is in Argos. JOHANNESBURG, Union of South Africa, Seut. 6. Elaborate police and j military precautions were taken here today to guard against violence to night when the laboring class will carry ou tafree speech demonstration. The demonstration is a result of a recent strike on the. Rand. Two hun dred policeman and soldiers all armed will patrol the streets tonight. CIIOCOLATi: MAKKK HI MS. PARIS, Sept. G. Henry Menior. a rich and famous chocolate manufac turer died today at his home in Pon-toise. GET A GAS RANGE NOV GAS CO. GOOD Diamonds CLAUSE DR. THOMSON'S EYE TALKS (TALK NO. 172.) Temporarily. All children ought to wear glasses for a few weeks after a severe illness. Measles, whooping ooufrh. diphtheria. scarlet fever, all have c weakening ef fect upon the eyes. Probably three out of four who have defective vision can trace their trouble back to some illness of this kind. It could easily have been avoided by wearing glasses during convalescence. The muscles of the ees are weak at this time and require assistance in performing their work. A little help at the rii;ht time fwil lstrengthen them and allow them to resume their normal vigor. To let them work unaided often means a permanent injury. DR. H. A. THOMSON 'Not Open on YcxliKtliy Afternoons" 301 South MicliUan St. Southwest Corner Wayne and Mich. 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 new outfit. LOOK THE LINE THROUGH. You can buy later if you wTish. You can even se cure your early selection by the payment of a small deposit. WOT tml taJ M U i ii . ImbmA ilv3 The styles and materials are un usually hand some. The color list includes some beautiful shades. The suit coats are longer than last season r.nd the long straight line cutaway effects are very stunning. The early part cf the week we offer a few particularly strong values at L 7 s. J