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TIT.SOAV. SKIT. 2.1. 1913.
The Ellsworth Store
Silks Black Silks
The Ellsworth Store
SOCIAL AND OTEER INTERESTS OF WOMEN
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irl int lmh-s th- ir sil' iit. Mi.
ifnn(ly. Mrs. Ki hard KlU-l.
. M. It. Mrs. l
lrunnuond, Mrs. Iori.tId Ma ( Jn-u'or,
-Mr. T. J.C.t wis Mi-y.-r. Mrs. K. !,
K hi M j s, M; John I'-ixs-.n, Mrs. IMiz-:tU-th
i' itnn'. Mrs. S. V. Xkhl.n,
Mrs. Valor Juri'-N Mrs. ;h;irln Hos-
-nhijry, Mr. Arthur FUh'-r ft ml th-Mis-s
N.uliiK- !'oiom, Hankt Mil
iar ar:J Jrif Brown.
CoTnpIirn'.nt ini: M rs.
of hir;ii,'o. and Mi
of Danville. II!.. Mis
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Proh. st
I larri.-t H r.r,
Knnn.'t Xanicht
at ., 'mi Monday
t vrning at h r horn- at Hudson lak.-.
The favors u r1 won hy Mi.-s I'-arI
.Wwman and Miss" I'a !h- Major. I,.
li ious rc;fr-shriH nts wrrv served af
ter the ;;ames.
Tn.
Mrs. ,s'a?nufl
lay with a
u a lourt sy to
v. h-ise marria '
will take idacf
was daintily appointed
white and cnvtr.M were
'"!'. iuts vr- Miss
Ieprp rntertained
I o'elock luncheon
to
)(
OdHia Hovl!f
William Ducfv
1. Thr- tahle
in pink and
placed for U.
Howell, Miss,
Martha m'.V.zt of Louisville.
.Miss Kathrrin- Ton::, Mrs. John
vine, f-r.. of Chicago. Mrs.' John
vine, jr., Mrs. Polks of Chiea'o.
K.v..
Miss
hirah ).fil, Mr.--. Frank Kon.on.
Mis-.s Pernadetta Konzon and Miss
Sadie L'inc.
Wrdnesday afternoon the' Misses
P.lar.rh and P-atrie- l,aitn will eorn
pliment Miss Howell with a shower
at their country home south of
Mishanaka, and th Children of
Mary of .t. Patrick's ehureli will
uie a shown for her the cvniirm; of
It.
Mr. and Mis. Petr Metzer of
I'rairi" a v. road entertained 10 quests
at a 1 o' look lun'-he-on Sunday in hon
or of Miss Howell and her K'i st, Miss
Martha Metz'T, of I.oui.-wiip-, Hy..
and Mr. and Mrs. IMward obnly, "L'l
California a v., entertained informally
f'r her Sunday evening. The preced
ing exeninj; Miss Howell hersof was
l.ostess at a 7 oVloek dinner given for
-Miss Martha Metzger.
With quiet reivmony at the home
of the bride, s 1 j Tottaue drove av..
Mrs. Louis- Jaek.son and John T.
Dode. of ltrried, Han., were united
in marriage Monday afternoon at
o'f du k. pev. (Jt ore Watson Jlemry
jerformed the een-mony in the pres
ence of the immediate family anil a
few frfiends. Mrs. Jackson was sim
ply gowned in white batiste, lace' trim
med. The house was arranged with
terns and cut tlowers. Mr. and Mrs.
Dode will remain in .South Pend
Keral weeks, after which they will
y.o to Jarned, Kans., for a visit.
A forecast of the holiday season
Tomes with the decision of the Pan
Hellenic association to Rive a prom
enado which is expected to ho one of
the most hrilliant events of the series
which always makes th season an in
teresting one. A committee composed
of Pr. It. A. Messiek, Harry Wheelock.
J. Klmer Peal; and Iiwreiice Koiiune
will meet Wednesua.s evening to make
preliminary arrangements for the
function. Committees on decorations,
music, program and refreshments
will be appointed and further details
announced within the next 10 days.
There are over L'OO Creek letter fra
ternity men in. South Pend and Mish
awaka and an effort will be made to
get into touch with all of them. In
order that none may bo overlooked,
all who desire to cooperate are urged
to send in their names to the com
mittee. The custom of the association t
gic two banquets each year, has
been abandoned in favor of the prom
enade, which, if successful .will he
roine an annual event.
Thf O. K. S auxiliary was pleasant
ly entertained Monday afternoon in
thi ..Masonic club rooms by Mesdamo
.Mary Parnard. Kmma Hunt. Jessie
Wood, and Hvelyn Fischer. Two con
tests were held during the social hour
which followed the business session
and prizej, were won by Mrs. Olive
;ibhs. Mrs. Lillian Jessup and Mrs.
.Mae Kennedy. The club will meet
again in two weeks.
PERSONALS
Chattanooga, is
cltv for a few
Horace Meyers, of
visiting friends in the
ilays.
L'dward Wheeler has ai voided a po
dtlon with the Spiro Co.
J. C. irwin leaves Tuesday nfter
lo'on lo a. short trip to Chicago.
M. Ponccki. of Wilmingttui, Pel.,
and A. Kedzierski. Philadelphia,
have returned to their homes after a
lw dus visit with P. Peczkiewicz.
Miss Camilla Putterworth and her
nephews, William and Charles. ."24 S.
Michigan st., spent the week-end at
the T.cl'T cttage at Higrvan park.
Mr. and Mrs. Cilbert Iunklin have
pon. to Hlgman park for two weeks.
Wordsop. Studebaker Carlisle left
Sunday tor New York. P.efore enter
ing upon his regular school duties at
"Westminster s boo!, Simsbusy. Conn..
!ie wiil go t New P. men. Conn., to
take the spring examinations f(r Vale
which are held th; week.
Mrs. Carlisle and daughter Kathryn
w ill leave for N- v. York next Sunday
and will sail Oct. i for Paris where
Miss Kathryn will enter school. Par
ing the jaar in the rt gukir course of
-tudy she will visit Italy. Cermany,
Spain ami other I3uropi:i countries.
TWO DISTINCTIVE DESIGNS FOR EARLY FALL .
WHICH COMBINE QUAINT AND MODISH LINES
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The two gowns pictured above are a peculiar combination of the mod
ish and the quaint. The one on the right is a simple afternoon gown of
Chinese blue foulard, enhanced with designs in the style. The bodice
makes a small vestment, broadly opened in front. The armhole is low
and the sleev-, long and fitted. falliDg over the hand. The bodice is
gathered in a ery broad girdle sash of the same material. buttoned in
front and showln ga gathered basque. The waist coat, broadly cut in "V"
is of white linn. plaited "lingerie" with small flouncing edged with Valen
ciennes lace. The skirt is hung up q ver a plain "empiecemenf of the
same material and shows a movement of "drabc". falling in back. It is
buttoned in front by a row of small tiny bowls of the material.
Silks of the loveliest texture are used for half-season wraps of a nov
el ami delightfully simple type. On the left is shown one of these gar
ments made of black silk chiffon. The collar and the crossing front are
trimmed with a broad band of ermine. The material, slightly gathered at
back, comes to fasten in front with a band of colored string tubes with
broad motif at top and bottom. Ths wrap is finished by a long fringe of
tubes and beads. I'nder this wrap hangs to the ground a long scarf of
silk Spanish lace edged at the bottom with the same beaded fringe as the
wrap.
CEREMONY OF-THE
AFTERNOON TEA
The Simple English Idea of the
Pretty Custom Obviates Dis
comforts of Indigestion.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Muckley and
son from Omaha, Xeb.. are guests of
Mrs. M. X. Stull. 120:j S. Michigan St..
for a few days.
Charles Terry and Harold Shafer
left Monday to enter school at Sales
bury, Conn.
Miss Helen Ilaughton will leave
Wednesday for Lake Forest. 111., to
resume her work at Ferry hall.
Clement Studebaker, jr.. and Mrs.
Studebaker with their children, Clem
ent, 3d, and Miss Ksther, left Sunday
for Xew York. Clement, 3d, will enter
school near F.oston and Miss Ksther
will enter Westover school near YVa
tertown. Conn.
Mrs. (Tiara Armstrong of Iaporte,
Ind., who has been the guest of her
1 1. A
past
Pershing. 619 Park
two weeks, returned
Terre
guest
Wolf,
home
sister, Mrs.
av., for the
home today
Mrs. A. M. Stuempfle of
Haute, Ind., who has been the
of her sifter. Mrs. Ccorge K.
fflZ X. Lafayette st., returned
Monday afternoon.
(J. U. Bingham, secretary of the St.
Joseph Loan and Trust Co., and
Samirel Leeper of the American Trust
Co., are attending the annual conven
tion of the Indiana Bankers' associa
tion this week.
Mrs. A. II. Stevenson has returned
to the city from her vacation at Man
trap Lake, Minn.
Rev. George W. Hemry, pastor of
the First Christian church, will leave
Monday for Toronto, Canada, to at
tend the national convention of the
Christian church. He will be absent
a week.
Mrs. John F. Devine, sr.. Mrs.
Folks and J. P. Kinsella. all of Chi
cago, are guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Leeper. Xiles a v.
J. W. Flannery of Chicago is visit
ing his daughter. Mrs. Howard Wool
verton, "JS Xorth Lafayette st.
Mrs. George Baker and son have
returned from a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. K. B. Austin, at Hitman Park.
Mr. Austin has also returned fron; the
park.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
MISS CLAUER TO TELL OF
CONVENTION IN ZURICH
A report of the international Sun
day school convention which took
place at Zurich, Switzerland, last
spring, will be given at the regular
prayer meeting at the First Presby
terian church Wednesday evening hy
Miss Arminta Cauer. who. attended as
a deegate from the Presbyterian
Sunday schools of South Bend.
The general topic for consideration
at the meeting will be "The Bible
School."
OWLS ENJOIN SECEDERS
FROM USING LODGE NAME
"Afternoon tea loses its charm if
it is not served properly,' says a
woman who makes a little ceremca;
of the task. "It is not yet a general
custom in our country and I suppose
that is the reason why we have not
the old world grace in serving it.
"It is a mistake to make afternoon
tea an elaborate- affair. Fancy sand
wiches and cakes are out of place,
for rich things eaten at the tea hour
destroy the appetite for dinner and
send people from the little tea table
with a feeling that they have not
dealt wisely hy their digestion.
"A simple menu for tea obviates all
uncomfortable feelings of this Kind.
One is simply refreshed by it for the
hours lying between it and dinner.
"In the tinest houses in England
the usual menu consists only of the
tea, ver.v thin slices of bread and but
ter, a pot of some kind of jam, and
some kind of rather plain cake, usual
ly without frosting.
The Tea Table.
"Tea is served on a little table or
at the end of the drawing room or
dining room table. A cosey covers
the teapot. The old-fashioned cosey
is not old-fashioned in the old world
because it has never gone out of style
there.
"When the tea is served on a little
table, a little wicker or woden stand
holding three shelves is usually placed
hy the table. On the shelves, just big
enough to hold a plate, are the bread
and cake.
"As English servants understand
how to make tea as well as their mis
tresses and do not slight scalding out
the teapot before putting the tea into
it, or having the water at a clipping
boil before pouring it over the tea, the
tea is made outside. It changes the
taste of tea not to scald the teapot
befcrre putting in the tea, as all tea
lovers know well.
Pourinjr IroxrI,v.
"The English woman pours tea
carefully, interested to a degree that
each person shall have his cup just
the way he likes it. This care and
interest, quite apart from providing
an excellent cup of tea, draws around
her little table the intimate restful
atmosphere that English people love
at tea time. It is what draws in a
visitor for a quiet chat. Quietness,
coziness. that is what one should have
at tea time.
"She never under any circumstances
weaken tea by pouring water into the
cup. That is an Americanism, .she
would tell you. explaining that we
will get over the practice when we
really learn to love tea. To weaken
tea she pours hot water from her ket
tle into the teapot.
"The slices of bread arp cut so thin
that they can be folded over Into
sandwiches as they are eaten. The
crusts are not cut off.
"In the usual day's routine after
noon tea is taken simpl.v as a rest and
a brace for more work or play
through the afternoon. Serene while
it. lasts, it is not loitered over as a
meal.''
THOUGHT PLACE WAS
A FOR-SURE KITCHEN
An injunction preventing an organ
ization of "bolters" from the Order of
Owls local at Brooklyn, from using
the name of the order from which
they seceded, has been obtained by
the supreme lodge, the headquarters
of which are in South Bend.
' The Injunction was issued by Jus-1
tice Amend, in the supreme court of
Manhattan, against Theodore Edel
mann and others. They had incor
porated their new organization at Al
bany under the name "Order of
Owls." The court order compels the
discontinuance of this name.
Marvin K. Ort Returns to Work to
Find Associates Hoard of
Ilk Wedding.
JURY FINDS MAN NOT
GUILTY OF SWEARING
Frank Barrett was found not guilty
of profanity in circuit court by a
jury Tuesday morning after an all
day trial onday. A sealed verdict
was returned.
Barrett was accused by August
Wiegand, who charged that Barrett
had sworn in the presence of Wie
gand's family. Justice Zinky found
Barrett guilty and assessed a line of
II and costs.
The Shakespeare circle will hold
its second meeting for this season
Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Alex Staples. T1S W. Wayne st.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the First Christian church will give
an indoor picnic Wednesday evening
in the church parlors, the occasion
being the monthly social night.
The Mothers' club will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
B. A. Birdsell. 714 W. Washington
av.
The Thursday club will meet Thurs
day afternoon with Mrs. George
Freyermuth. tl." Vistula a v.
The Independent club will meet
WYdnesdav afternoon with Mrs. W.
H. Home. E. Broadway .
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Children
j Our ChiLlrens' Department is the most complete in
j the city. Otir prices are the most reasonable. Our
i variety ot stvles is the largest.
Bring the children to us tor their next pair ot snoes
and we will prove it.
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Mrs. D. J. Reaves, U'O So. Michi
gan st., was pleasantly surprised Mon
day evening by a number of her
friends, who unexpectedly invaded
her home ar.d spent a very pleasant
evening at cards and music. The wo
men presetted their hostess with t
beautiful set of china. A delightful
luncheon was served.
MRS. A NX A i:. HKKKIjEY.
Mrs. Anna E. Berkley, wife of
Thomas F. Berkley, died at her home,
611 So. Carroll st., Monday evening at
6 o'clock. Mrs. Berkley was 72 years
old.
SOME NEWS NOTES.
Davles Laundry. Both phones.
Leslie, the optician, 301 S. Mich. t.
Dr. Stoeckley, Dentist. 511 J. M. S.
Walsh & Best. Dentist. Rm. 6, J.M.S.
Rubber stamps and alphabets made
by II. A. Pershing. 2"0 S. Michigan
st., room 6, over Burke's. Advt.
' When Marvin Keller Ort returned
to his desk In the county recorder's
office Monday afternoon he feared it
had been converted into a kitchen
cabinet during his absence. Piled high
about his typewriter were sundry
pans, cans, skillets and jugs, not to
say anything of the old shoes and the
black crepe paper.
The prank was the work of Harry
Josephson and other associates in the
office in celebration of the announce
ment of Ort's marriage which took
place more than a year ago. At that
time Ort was absent from the office
only four hours, during which he
made the trip to St. Joseph, was mar
ried and returned without exciting
suspicion.
ILS XAKKOW KSCAPi;.
John F. Devine. a young attorney,
had a narrow escape when a runabout
which he was driving was struck by
a seven passencer touring car be
longing to the M. and Vulcanizing
company at 6 o'clock Sunday evening
at Jefferson boulevard and and La
fayette streets.
A
DR. THOMSONS'
EYE TALKS
IJIIITHS.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Arch
ambeault. 314 X. Notre Dame st.. a
son. Sept. 21.
Safest Laxative for Women
Nearly every woman needs a good
laxative. Dr. King's New Life Pills
are good because they are prompt,
safe, and do not cause pain. Mrs. M.
C. Dunlap of Leadill. Tenn. says: "Dr.
King's New Life Pills helped her
troubles greatly." Get a box to-day.
Price. 2 3c. Recommended by AH
Druggists. Advt.
ANDERSON. Ind., Sept. 23. State
ien. Frederick Van Nuys was named
Monday as receiver of the Nyberg
works here. Liabilities
at $100,000 and assets at
Heavy losses sustained
spring floods was the
automobile
are placed
1130,000.
during: tho
cause.
(TALK NO. 178.) -
Testing the Eyes.
I find that a good many people dread
to have their eyes examined. There
is nothing uncomfortable or disagree
able about it. It is not one-half so
bad as having one's picture taken. You
don't even have to look pleasant. If
the optician understands his rusinesa
there is no necessity for even tiring
.he eyes. It Is a very easy matter to
take the measurements of the eye if it
is don upon scientific principles. My
work is all done scientifically. I am
making the eye a life study. I have
all the latest instruments and appli
ances. Whenever I learn of some new
instrument that will make my work
more accurate I buy it for my orhce.
I propose to do the best work in Si i.n
Bend. I have over six thousand cus
tomers in this vicinity now.
DR. H. A. THOMSON
'Not Open on Wednesday Afternoons"
301 South Micliigan St.
Southwest Corner Wayne and ,Mlct.
Black Silk Sale
Black Silks for this Black Silk
Season at Special Prices. The
Ellsworth Black Silk Sale begins
Thursday Morning Thursday
Morning.
And, Coming Right at the
Beginning of a Season when
Black Silk is so Exceedingly
Good this is-Certainly a Timely
Event Very. It will Afford
a Real Opportunity tor the Pur
chase of Black Silk at Low
Prices.
There'll be Many Black Silks
in this Sale but Not Too Many
for a Black Silk Season No
Indeed.
Then too, Black Silk is Much Ad
mired and Much Worn Season in and
Season out by those who Care Chiefly
for its Goodness and Stateliness those
who So Admire the Richness of It. And
to these this Ellsworth Sale is an Op
portunity Extraordinary.
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Every
Ellswrorth
Hat
is a Nev
Model
And, Speaking of Fall
Hats Ellsworth Fall
1913 Hats New Ones
are Coming In Daily.
New Hats to Take the
Places of those that are
Constantly Going Into
Hat Bags and Home to
Satisfied Purchasers.
It's a continuous Per
formance one of the
best we've ever seen
Hats Coming and Hats
Going.
We're Selling Lots of
Hats and there's a real
reason. Here it is "In
Style" Hats at Lowest
Prices.
SALE BEGINS
THURSDAY
44 f
Tan BatoHTET Svor Tows
EYES EXAMINED FREE
Glasses Fitted at Moderate Price
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
3 BU RKL&CCW! 0 P T I CI AN S 1
DR. J. BURKE & CO
Leading Opticians or JSorthern luU
ana 230 & Michigan St, Scnda?
9 to lb by Appointment.
NOTICE: Wo da plicate any km
the came day. No matter who Qtt4.
tnero. Brio? the piece.
GOOD
Diamonds
CLAUEB
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UNDERTAKER
833 N. 3tltjhlan SU
Home rhono .1211; BcH Phone 3
Trv NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
Rubber Novelties of AH
Kinds at
THE RUBBER STORE,
206 S. Michigan St,
m:i: la ioiu;i:ui:
Till: (JKKAT MALM
i'hima doxxa
tonight at tin:
m;v coli'mhia tiii:ati:k.
EH
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French Women Ai
that if the corset is not right the
gown cannot be. And nothing is
truer. Fashionable American women
are realizing this fact more and more
every day, which, perhaps, accounts
for the steadily increasing call for
perfectly designed corsets. The
gue
ELGIN
WATCHES
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i Elin Watch Service is the
best watch service. 3,500
Elgin Watches are daily put
into the pockets of shrewd
watch buvers. Elgin Watches
h are uniformly good.
We are special distributors
of Elgin Watches and are
able to give shrewd watch
buyers the lowest cash price.
We sell Elgin Watches for
$5.50 up.
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Let us Show You Them. b
FRANK MAYR &
SONS' CO.
See Our Show Window.
ft
American Lady
Madame LaRou
are such corsets, giving absolutely
the modish lines of the prevailing
vogue, being unquestionably the cor
rect foundation for the season's
gowns.
Art
Prices Range from $1.00 to $5.00
istic Neckwear
A smart finishing touch can always
be added and even the gown or
waist that is slichtlv passe can be
made to look newer by a pretty piece
of Neckwear. We are showing the
new line of Pleatings, Ruches, Med
eci Collars, Coat and Dress Sets,
Colored Novelties, etc., in wonderful
variety.
Prices Range from 25 cents to $5.00
LUNDY & CO
Cor. Michigan and Wavne Sts.

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