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SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store i Smart Clothes The Ellsworth Store I'. THE SOUTH BEND" NEWS-TIMES. 1 ft Mr?, George Milhurn Stink baker, Jr. pavo .1 pretty 4 o'clock ta Friday aftt.rnoon comi-linn-ntin Mi.s Jane I'i.h. Thirty Kursts were present, anions them Miss Ilallanl, f LmiH ville, Ky., v.iio v.-ill Ho Mi.as Fish's ir.aitl or honor, and Mrs. Nelson S. Hiley of Kansas City, Mo. Miss Jraei Cummins nl Mi.-s Hilda Stcad man jiourrd. Mrs. Stutiebaker was assisted ly Mrs. 'harks II. Huff. Mrs. Harry S. U.idM. Mrs. Joseph DcLor--nzi, and MH-i Anne Carlisle. The dining room was prettily arranged in a color f-cheme of pink and the other rooms avert decorated with garden llowcrs. Mrs. I). M. F. on boulevard, Weeks. SOL IZ. Jeffer- entertained at th Oliver with a luncheon Thursday aft ernoon honoring Miss Mary Jane Fish. Covers were laid for 4 0 guests in the private dining room. Pink roses were used for decorating the table. Mrs. Edward Walker of Erie, I'a., was. an out of town guest. A farewell party was given last evening for Mr. and Mrs. H. 13. Hoy, who will make their future home at Auburn, Ind., at the home of Mr. i:nd Mrs. Charles Keinoelk, 130 K. layton st. A 7 o'clock dinner was perved. Covers were laid for 12 at a table attractively decorated vith pink and white asters. Mr. and Mrs. Fdward Casey enter tained at dinner Wednesday evening at their country home near Clanger, Ind., In honor of Mis3 Helen TurnocK, 1222 Cedar st.. and James Joyce of Tulsa, Okla,. who will be married next week. Covers were laid for -.. The tables were decorated with gar den flowers. The evening was spent at cards, the favors helng won hy Mtp. William Turnock, jr., F. U. Joyce and James Joyce. Mrs. F. A. Stephenson, F. Jeffer son boulevard, will entertain Saturday afternoon at bruj-re for Mrs. Wiggens of Portland, On F. PERSONALS Miss Helen Haughton yehcool at Ferry Hall. will return to Fake Forest, 111.. Tuesday. .Mlsrf Carrie Woodward will Sunday for Okmulgee, Okla., leave where s-he will sprnd the winter. Miss Jane Elizabeth White has re turned from a visit with friends In Indianapolis to resume her work as instructor In the dramatic department of the South Hond conservatory. Mrs. X. 1 IMatz. of 115 bay ton St., has returned from a three weeks' visit In Greenville and Dayton, Ohio, and Fort Wayne. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Hoy, 192 4 E. Jayton St., have gone to Auburn, Ind., where they will make their fu ture home. -Miss Inga Cassidy of Chicago spent Thursday with her mother, Mrs. George. Cassldy, 2 25 W. Washington uv. Julius Helntz of iSan Francisco, Cal., is here visiting friends and relatives In the city. Mi?s Mary Taylor, ."31 S. St. Joseph j St., will leave Friday for a short visit "with her mother and sister at their cottage at Higrnan Park. Miss: Florence Weld, 1002 W. Col far; a v.. has returned to New York city where she will resume her studies at Columbia. colIeA. Mrs. ;. H. Kahn. 3.1 W. Fasalle a. is in Boston, Mass.. where she will remain for a week or two. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Adler left the city Wednesday night for a short vis it to Chicago. E. P. Doran returned Thursday from a trip through Ohio. Pennsyl ania and Virginia. Miss Madeline. Elvingstone, who spent the summer abroad, will arrive : in .South Bend Saturday morning via j the l'ike Shore Her brother, Lester Livingstone is in the city to welcome her. Mrs. Samuel Simons, of Wabash, Mrs. Alexander Llppman of Valpa raiso, are visiting their parents. Mr. alii 'Mrs. Meyer Mirhigan st. L'vingstone, of 403 SOCIAL CLUBS Mrs. Edna Meyer, of Elkhart. Ind.. entertained the members of the 1913 club at luncheon, followed by a thimble party Thursday. The J. p. club hHd its regular thimble party Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Fisher. S 4 1 .S. Clinton st. Tn two weeks the club will meet with Mrs. O. Kexstrew, Jll E. Miner t. Mrs. Mary Raker entertained members of the Rainbow elub at home, si,, Sherman av.. Thursday the her af- terno.tn. in a contest the favors were wn bv Mrs. Marv Chelminiak and Mrs. Otis Robinson, nier.ts were served, club w ill meet with LUTi Ailt-.ir.s st. Dainty refresh Tn tw'o weeks the Mrs. Chelminiak, The Violet club met Wednesday aft moon at the home of Mrs. P. M. Engel. 2 0 ?. Piris st. At cards the favors were won by Mrs. Tilt and Mrs. Spencer. Refreshments were served. In t" weeks the ciub will meet with Mr?. W. M. O.immon, 212 E. Payton st. The War.et-x c'ub met afternoon at Varier hall, the favors were won bv peach. Mis. M. J. Tilt. Tavior and Mrs. Mi:nii- S Thursday At cards Mrs. M. Mrs. John ;eth. Re- Slides for toe Our Childrens' Department is the most complete in j the city. Our prices are H variety ot styles is the largest. I! Bring: the children to us and we will prove it. Pfl WOMAN WHO IS MAKING FORTUNE IN REAL ESTATE TELLS OF BUSINESS EXPERIENCE S ' . , - 4 4 , - V .y i , . -4 ' S MISS ELLA AUGUSTA SMITH. Special Correspondence. SAX FliANCKSCO. Cal., Kept. 19. .Miss Ella Augustus Smith is a woman who has bade good in the business world. Following a "hunch", she stepped from a printing shop into the real es tate game, thereby trebling her in come, her commissions often amount ing to $700 a month. "I don't know why It is that I al ways seem to know where the 'good things' are." says Miss Smith. "I just follow a 'hunch. Property will ap peal to me, that to many looks un promising, and it always increases, sometimes phenomenally. "Although in business, I am a house keeper at heart, but as this is the poorest paid, the least understood and least appreciated profession in the world, thi- woman of today is forced to turn to something else, less congenial, but more remunerative. "Ileal estate ha.s many advantages as a business for women. It calls one out of doors, where most women do not spend enough tim. It sharp ens her wits, increases her knowledge, and brings her in cont.xct with very alert and Intellectual people. "Are there many women in the real estate business? Proportionately few freshments were served. In weeks the club will meet again. two CHURCH AFFAIRS The Ladies' Aid society of the Glor ia Dei Swedish Lutheran church met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Axel Johnson was the hostess. Mrs. Edner and Mrs. Me linder sang and Ilev. C. G. Erickson gave a Bible talk. In two weeks the society will meet again at the same place. YEAR'S WORK BEGUN OUT AT ST MARYS Some 250 Pupils Enroll on 0cnLn Day and More Are Coming In Daily. Class work bean at St. Mary's col lege and academy Thursday morn ing with an enrollment of 250 pupils. Many more students are expected to enroll within the next few days. All the members of the faculty last year have returned to take up the same work this year. The classes arj well filled and the students are be ginning their work with enthusiasm, Twelve students are enrclled in the senior class of the collegiate depart ment. Y. M. C. A. BOYS TAKE HIKE About forty of the Y. are planning a trip to for Saturday. Sept. 2 7 stay over until Sunday walk into church at M. C. A. boys Hudson lakes They will night and will New Carlisle Sunday Fisher's morning, hotel. They will stop at THRKK .MAKE I'R ATI-: UNITIES. Word has been received in the city that three of the South Bend boys who left for Purdue during the- past week have been pledged to fraterni ties. Ray Cimmerman goes to Phi Gamma Delta and the Delta Tau Deltas take Richard Muessel and Frank Collmer. Children the most reasonable. Our for their next pair of shoes 4 They do not realize that they can compete with men. A woman can get an interview with another woman quicker than a man. She knows more about a house, its planning, etc., than a man. And women are more reliable than men and not so apt to 'stretch the facts. "As to my experience in dealing with men? Well, there are many men who will always take advantage of a woman If they can. but the av erage American business man is a pretty decent sort of fellow. It is not true that you have to watch men all the time. You have to watch your self! A man knows, without being told, instantly, what kind of woman he is talking to; that has been my un varied experience in the past 10 years of business life. Of course, all the male fools aren't dead yet. "I don't think it makes any differ ence to a buyer whether he deals with a man or woman so long as the party has the goods. "It is the greatest mistake a busi ness woman can make to entirely neg lect her social duties; we become too one-sided if we do. Social standing is one of the best assets that any man or woman can have. It is certain that we do not live by bread alone." MRS. BAILSBACK TO HEAD W.C.T.U. County Organization Names Officers State Convention to Bo Held at Iresbyteriaii Church. Mrs. Lydia Railsback will succed Mrs. John Pair as president of the county arganization of the W. C. T. U. 'Mrs. Railsback was elected Thursday at the annual county convention held In the parlors of the Y. W. C. A. The other officers elected are: Mary E. Cillins. vice president: Nellie Van Dusen, reporter; Mrs. Nash, corresponding reorted; M rs. Mrs. Etta Mrs. Susan Platz, treasurer. Two sessions were held Thursday. In the morning the superintendents of the different departments gave re ports of the year's work. The reports were concluded in the afternoon and officers elected. The sessions of the annual state convention of the W. C. T. U. to be held here in October will be held in the F-rst Presbyterian church instead of the auditorium of the new high school building as was planned. The executive committee of the county organization will hold a regular meeting Monday. McC.ILL FOR MAYOR. LA PORTE, Ind.. Sept. 19. David If. McGill was nominated for mayor by the republican city convention Thursday night. Walter Palm was selected for clerk. pecial Saturday Sale ol Autumn $6.0(0 Tailored and Trimmed Sats at only Velvet, Satin, Plush Moire and lace Hats, all the latest fall models Satur day at (u L DRGAWJZE TO SAFEGUARD TRAVEL National Travelers' Aid Society Will Protect Young Women On Long Journeys. A new foe has entered the lists to combat the white slave tratric. Unheralded and unsung, but with a systematic deliberation there is being organized in this country the National Travellers' Aid society, which is the outgrowth of the society organized in this city by Miss Grace Dodge, phil anthropist and the foremost tigure in the Young Women's National Christian association, who always lias had the aid of travellers as her special inter est. From the national organization the movement is expected to grow un til it is-mternational and travelling will be safe for women and girls in any part of the world. The present movement had its in ception in this city, and its object is to federate all of the existing agencies for the protection of women travellers. Miss Dodge is the principal figure in the national organization, which is non-sectarian and will include the na tional bodies of the Catholic church, Jewish organizations and the Young Women's National Christian associa tion, representing the Protestant de nominations. Seventeen hundred girls, according to oflicial reports, disappeared in one vear en route between New York city and points west. The ugly fact that the white slave trade is a reality is coupled with the knowledge that trael has become more dangerous for unprotected women and girls. The simplicity of life in the country and small towns does not tend to lit wom en to go alone into the world, for or ganized vice is daily becoming more ingenious in it,s insatiable search for, recruits. - Prepare for Exposition. But the main factor in bringing to an issue the federation is the fact that the Panama canal will open in 1013 and at the same time the Panama ex position in .San Francisco will get un der way. The women interested in the movement declare they must have their organization complete by that time, as the tide, of travel will be ex traordinarily great. It is asserted that the leaders are aware that the vice syndicates are scheming for a harvest in San Fran cisco and th. " canal zone, and the new conditions have made it clear that no single organization is capable of cop ing whhTiYe "powers who prey". Put they will be combated by this new or ganization equipped with worldly sa gacity as well as pious purpose. Even the national bodies of radial and ale nominational character find that their net of protection is not sutliciently wide to gather in all who need their help, and hence the national federa tion that is now being completed. The Catholics and Jewish societies, becatise of thein interest "in immi grants, have been especially alert in dealing with the question of aid for travellers, and the Young Women's Christian association has made it a department for its activity for years. Those three bodies have decided to get together and negotiations are now pending. It will be necessary, for in stance, for them to agree to a national uniform, so that a traveller anywhere in this country, and ultimately, any where in the world, will recognize ? representative of the Travellers' Aid society. Their uniform will have to be protected by law, for. it is eharged that the agents of vice even appear at times in the garb of nuns and Sal vation Army lassies. It is believed that a national body could obtain ample protective legislation. Has Wide Field. As it was defined before the recent convention of the Young Women's Christian association, the travellers' aid "deals with the reasons why per sons leave home: protects them through all the vicissitudes and ram ifications of travel until they arrive at their destination; and, if strangers, sees that they are housed safely in a home or respectable boarding house, or placed in charge of the organization which is -best equipped for their needs." "Here, in minature," says a writer connected wifh the organization, "is the sort of work that is proposed for the whole nation. The New York so ciety is composed of men and women of many religious and philanthropic affiliations. It has been kept free from charges of sectarianism or per sonal interest. The personnel of the Xew York society includes represent atives from the Young Women's Chris tian association. Uie Catholic charity organizations, the Hebrew societies, the King's Daughters, and the railroad and steamship companies, in addition to certain individuals with special 'nullifications. The success of the New York sooty has made it natural that it should be the basis for the na tional organization." Fit Trimmed in ostrich, stick up, lace bows, butterfly orna ments ribbons, ostrich plumes and bands. 11 llinery $7.5, $10 i f Hats A Little Hat Talk The Season's Yet Y'oung and, we don't mind Telling You that Our Millinery Business has Surpassed Any Pre-, vious Season that we've Broken All Pre vious Records. Neither do we mind Telling You that New Hats are Coming In Even' Day. Every Hat you see at Ellsworth's is Brand New. Fact is we're busy as bees Marking New Hats Every Morn ing. They're Sold Dur ing the Day that is Many of them are. This is the Ellsworth Season of Low Hat Prices and Quick Sales we've stred somehing new in Millinery in Souh Bend. CHICK I-;.Y 1IK SUITER. Given by Auten Relief Corps No. 14 in Old Court House, Saturday even--ing. Sept. 20. at 5 o'clocfl. For the 1'lst Ind. Battery and the public. 25c. Menu Chicken Pie. Mashed Potatoes anil Gravy. Cabbage Salad .Baked Beans, Apple Pie, Coffee. uumma;i: SALK. .t. James' Rummage sale will be held Kept. L'5, 2 6. 2 7, at ?A N. Main st. Anyone having rummage call Home 2114 or Bell 3060. Advt. OPi: KVEXINCS. Lemontree's Optical Store will he open evenings hereafter until 8 o'clock. TRAIN WHILE WORKING. Mech. Drawing. Bookkeeping . . Shorthand Com. Branches. Electricity .6 mo...$ 6.00 .7 mo.. . 10.00 Vz mo.. . 15.00 . TVij mo. . . 4.00 . G mo. . . 7.00 20.00 9.00 7.00 3.00 7.00 Automobile : Civil Service 6 Com. Iaw 6 mo. . . mo. . . mo.. . English for Foreigners 6 mo.. . mo. . . Mathematics . . If not a member from $3 to $6 must be added to above rates. Inquire for Information COR. MAIN AND WAYNE STS. Sterling Silver r Coin Purse Special engine turned, h a plain or engraved holders ior j cuius, f r t i iight School Y. M. C. A. Sterling Silver Card Cases. Sterling Silver Vanity Caies. $3.00 to $25.00 The best assortment of Silver Plated Mesh Bags ever shown in the city. FRANK PflAYR & SONS' CO. See Our Show Window, i II t An Ellsworth Suit An Ellsworth Coat If it's an Ellsworth it's sure to be "In Style" because we make "In Style" Garments a Specialty we're experts in Fashion and Know What's What and we Buy Direct from New York the Fashion Center of America. If it's an Ellswort it's Sure to be of Correct Material service able Material. We've been Judine; Goods a Good Manv Years Now and we Know a Thing or Two or Three about Materials and You get the Benefit of Our Experience. If it's an Ellsworth it's Sure to be Right to be up to the Claims made for it our 42 Years of Merchandising, our Rec ord for Square Dealing Insures that. If it's an Ellsworth you belong to the Young Army of Satis fied Purchasers Hundreds of Recruits so Far this Fall, and the Season's yet young. Buy an Ellsworth and Join the Ranks of Satisfied Purchasers. An Ellsworth Suit is "In Style' of Correct Material and is Right Every Way. Take One Suit in Particular. It's of the New Goods Duvetyne the Material that's so Highly Spoken of in Fashion Centers. The Jacket, Jauntv Jacket, has a Sash of course A Black Satin Sash looselv fastened in the Back. Another Suit among those Decidedly Worth Talking About is of Diagonal Serge. . The Overskirt is in One Piece, seamed over the left side and attached to the underskirt. Turning to Coats and in speaking of Coats we may well say that Duvetyne and Peau de Peche are Just having things their Own Wav. These New Fashionable Materials vnve everv kind of Hard Wear and are Very Soft and Very Warm. Ells worth Coats of These Materials in Beautiful Shades are Most Luxurious Looking. The Suits and Coats we're Showing are Well Worth a Trip Down Town Just to see and Remember it Costs No More to be a Satisfied Wearer of Ellsworth "In Style" Garments. 44 The Bfugmtgst spot in Town i 5J: jc 5 s ; 5: Jjc :: Good Morning, Your Honor ROY GF7TS CHA.VCE. There was a trio of "vags" in police court Friday morning. Ed Kelley, J. C. Hamer and Lance Devere were all up on the same charge, begging. Kel ley and Hamer were old hands at the business and were given 11 davs in jail. Devere was a young fellow and promised to get out of South Bend. He was given his chance. He took it. HACK TO J I OR ART. E. O. Dill, from Hobart, Ind.. came to South Bend and got unlawfully drunk; $1 and costs for him. Barney Dityfuss refuses to sched ule double-headers on the Pittsburgh grounds until he has to and as a re sult the Pirates have played only one double-header at home this vear. N OWELTY COM A wonderful line of the new Coats. The handsom est materials in years Chinchilla, Eponge Cheviot, Wool Velour, Pean de Peche, Cords, Matelasse, Di agonals, in an endless variety of stunning models. A look at the collection is a positive revelation. $10.00 to $37.50 CATS The real thing in Coats for girls and young women They are made in plaids or in heavy rough epnnge cheviot or chinchilla; colors are scarlet, whip green, blue, navy, golden brown or white. A remarkable model just received we offer this week at 5 .1 t 1 C2 Cor. Mich, GOOD Diamonds 31.00 Is our charge for dry cleaning and pressing your overcoats. Swanks Cleaning & Laundry Co. Both Phones. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS and Wayne Sts. w CLAUES 7777 STYLE SHOP FZZ WOMEN w IS v. c