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SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store Headquarters for Fall Hats The Ellsworth Store 0 101 Wl.l A o o o Mi5- IVsi Mllllkm, ilaUKhtr of Mr. ami Mi S. M. Million and ()r Klmr. son of 'lar-nrt- Kinr, were united In marriage Saturday vrnir.:; at S o'clock, at th hormt of the brid-'s ii;ircnt., :uth of I,ydick. Ccv. J. ;rr-''r j rforir.in the cen inony. The attendants were Miss ther Poff of M u-catinc, la.. muIn of the hride, and Clarence -Milliken. bro ther of the room. Mrs. Frank I'lurn bark played the weddlnt; march. The Kroom wore a ;rovn of shadow lace v. 1th a f ill ientrth v il of tulle, fasten ed to lier hair wit hlilbs of the val ley. She carried bride's ro?es. The bridesmaid wore white net over pink ilk and carried pink roses. Follow ing the cerernony a wedding supper was served to 1T. quests. The y(un ouple will leave Tuesday morning for a short wedding trip, after which hey will be at home near Lydick on the Division st. road. Anions the quests at the weddini: were Mrs. John l'off and daughter. Ksther. of Musca tine, la.: Mr. and Mrs. ( Hall, Verne Hall and Mrs. liessie Kritrin, all of V.'yatt, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Iiaer, of I'ierson, Ind. Mrs. Fred II. Warner. 102." Clove lanl av., entertained at. a dinner of 12 covers .Sunday as a courtesy to Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Fuller and children, Stanley and Herdette, who will leave this week to reside In Philadelphia. Reside the uest of honor, those pres ent were Rev. and Mrs. I. I). Spiech cr and daughter. Uuth. and Miss Kena Halt. Mr. Fuller, who U in the civil service, ha.v been transferred from the South Ilend postoifice to Philadelphia. A pretty wedding was at hU'h noon Sunday when Maud 'lark". daughter of Johnson and William Lyle son of William Whiteman, tula ave.. were united in solemnized Miss Hthel Mrs. T. F. Whiteman. :L'o Vis-marriage at tho home of the bride on W. Wash ington ave. Kev. Ci. V. Hemry oiti elating-. Miss (lertrude Clark, sister of th bride, served as bridesmaid and Iceland Whiteman, brother of the groom, as best man. The wedding march was played by Mrs. K. W. Tay lor. The bride was becomingly gowned in white lace trimmed with satin rib bun and chiffon rosebuds, and carried a bouquet of brides roses tied with pink ribbon. The bridesmaid wore pink crept? . metior with pearl trim mings and carried pink roses. Little; Gladys Porter of Culver, Ind.. as ring bearer preceded the bridal party. A wedding dinner ws.y served at 1 o'clock .after- which ti.e young couple departed for a short wedding trip. Among the :i guests witnessing the ceremony were F. L,. Porter and family, K. P. Pradley and family. Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Pradley, all of Culver. Mr. and Mrs. (i. W. Wright of Gary and Mr. and Mrs. William Craf of Chicago. Announcement Ikls been made of the engagement f Miss Meta .Mattes, 12- Howard st.. to U F. Carney of To ledo. Miss Mattes, .who has resigneil her position as directress of the or chestra which bears her name, will leave with her mother. Act. to spend the winter in California. Her marriage will probably take place in the spring. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Anton Women's Relief corps will entertain members and friends at a thimble and card party Tuesday af ternoon in the corps rooms in the old court house. PERSONALS Mrs lLi m Minn Nicholas Schilling. S. Wil- st.. has returned from Duluth. DEATHS MKS. FKANCFS NORMA PFCK. Mrs. Frances Norma Peck died Sunday afternoon at U o'clock at the home of her father-in-law, James Peck. 1011 Cleveland av. She was -3 years old. was born in Nebraska, and came here one month ago from Kansas City. She h aves a father in Nebraska, and a husband, IJo.v.j .. Perk. The juncral will be held from the residence Tuesday at '. p. m. In terment at IJerrieii Center cemetery, Michigan. LYWA A. PHICi:. Fydia A. Price died Sunday noon M her home. "M F. Dayton st. Airs. Price -was years old and one of the pioneers of St. Joseph county. Her death came after a lingering illness if live months. She was born in Holmes county. O.. Aug. "J 1. and came to this Mcinity. locating in North Liberty in 1 4 . She is survived by her hus band. ight daughters. Mrs. Mary A. Freeman, Winamac. Ind.: Mrs. Alar garct Kurtz. Mrs. Flla KloptYr. Mrs. Mir era Hizb-y, South Fend; Fiilian P. Price. S.ranton. o.: Mrs. Angelina Kr.epp. North l.ib-rty: Mrs.. Fmma Ihishva. Iikevi!let ind.. and Mrs. Iiura Steel., New P uis. Two s ns surviving her I iy. O , and I a berry. She children and ar.- Albert Price. Find- Frank J. Price. North I.-ave also grand 17 great grandchildren. Funeral ser-.i-cs will be h.-ld Tues (iay morning I: m the r.--id-n e at c'cloek, and at North IJbertv at 1 THE "SNOW BABY OF THE ARCTIC", WHO MAY WED DONALD MAC MILLAN. POLAR EXPLORER J ' , V- -:-v - V ' f '... l '"--X -. :;: v4 : X - - : ' - Y n ' v v N A1ISS AI A II Y PEARY, THE OHOWXUP "SNOW BABY". Sf'ecial Correspondence. ST. JOHNS. N. F.. Sept. Aliss Alarie Peary, the "snow baby", is re ported engaged though the report is denied bv her father to Donald AlacAlillan. who was with Admiral Peary on his dash to the north pole. Aliss Peary's mother was the first white woman to travel with an Arc tic expedition, and the "snow baby" was born during that trip. The Eskimos, who were very early acquaintances of Admiral Peary's tiny daughter, looked upon her with tremendous admiration and positive awe. naming her "Ahnigito", meaning the "Snowbird". This picture shows Aliss Peary as she looks today; the up-to-date, in telligent American girl, and as she looked In her cunning fur robes the day die returned from her birthplace In the Arctics. o'clock. Rev. J. O. Alosier officiating. Burial will be made in North Liberty cemetery. kijm:. age 70 years. MKS, MAIUiAKirr Airs. Alargaret Kline. died at 4 o'clock Sundav morning at her home. 702 E. Third st., Alish awaka. She was born in Germany in 1846, and came to this country about 4 0 years ago. She leave three sons, Jacob, John and Andrew, and four daughters. Airs. Alary Weber, Airs. Elizabeth Eangraf of Mishawaka, Aliss Anna Kline, and Airs. Christina Detz ler of South Bend. Funeral services will be held Tues day morning at 9 o'clock from St. Joseph's Catholic church. Rev. L. A. Aloench ofliciating. Burial will be In the Catholic cemetery. AHSS CRACK Iltrxi; MEAD EX. Funeral services for Aliss Grace hone Aleaden. HOT. Hubail av., who died Sunday will be held from the residence Tuesday afternoon at L':.10 o'clock. Rev. C. V. Mull will otlieiate and burial w'll be made in Riverview cemetery. She was a member of the Knights and Ladies of Honor and the lodge will attend in a body. ELLSWORTH'S HAIR GOODS DEMO X ST R ATI ( X. The new styles of dressing the hair, as made necessary through the gen eral adoption of the small hat. are many and varied. The woman who would employ her hair to best advan tage should not fail to attend the special demonstration which is now in progress at Ellsworth's. Aladam Drake, representing one of the larg est hair goods houses in America, is prepared to show you an assortment of styles in French and German hair goods. Switches. Transformations. Wigs, Alen's Toupes. Wave for elderly ladies, and an entirely new and verv stylish hair piece known as Casts. Demonstration on the Alain Floor. The Ellsworth Store. Advt. rousu STOMA AMY STRESS You Should Take Mi-o-na Now At Once Its Action is Im mediate Safe Effective. When you feel nervous, irritable, tired and dizzy when you have headaches, sour stomach, heartburn and pains in the colon and bowels you suffer from indigestion you need Ali-o-na at once. Ali-o-na is a specific for stomach ills it goes to the seat of your trouble and quickly and surely ends stomach misery. It builds up and strengthens the stomach walls and glands, im proves quickly the digestive system and assists nature to properly digest the food, thus Insuring health for the entire system. Do not suffer another day. Get a fifty-cent box of Ali-o-na Tablets at Wettick's Original Kut Rate Medi cine store or your nearest drug store keep them with you constantly, they will help you get well and strong and immediate relief Is sure. Do not delay delays are dangerous and needless. If not benefited Ali-o-na costs nothing. Advertisement. Annual Orphans' Home rummage sale to be held at 13 4 N. Alain st.. be ginning Oct. I's. Call Lexington Tea Room. Home .".t'D or B. l'l' or Airs. Farrand. l."7r and rummage will be called for. SHIRLEY JURORS DISAGREE Mil Beech Tree Court No. I'll will al low $2'J.r0 towards expense of mem bers going to St. Joe Wednesday, Oct. I. All additional expenses to be paid by those who go. Alay go on anv car during day or evening. The tertain crnoon REIUH CA. Helen Rebecca lodge will the sewing circle Tuesday in the lodge hall. en-aft- Born. to Air. and Mr; Baker. 125 N. Walnut st.. 'larence son. ! Siaede Shees for Ladles BLACK SUEDE ENGLISH SHOES $3.45 BLACK SUEDE BUTTON, LOW HEEL $2.95 These are two of our best sellers and are shoes which vou shouM see before buvin anvwhere. Our stock is full of novelties unJ if these don't please you, we have others that will. umom suqe go. 4 For the second time the jury in the case of Krnest Shirley, charged with criminal assault on Frances Kyle of Walkerton. disagreed. At a spec ial ession of superior court called at 10 o'clock Sunday morning by Judge Woodward, the jury tiled in and re ported that It was unable to agree on a verdict. Rumor has It that the final vote of the jurors stood eight to four for acquittal. It Is belevled that the summoning of court on Sunday Is perhaps the first instance of its kind in the annals of the St. Joseph superior court. All attorneys for both sides were present when the jury returned after an all night session and reported its "verdict. The trial ju?t concluded marked the third one on the case. The first was held in the justice court, the second last fall In the superior court, at which time the jury disagreed. The trial attracted much notoriety. the court room being filled at nearly every session. Aliss Kyle told her story each time in a low voice while the room was tilled with men. Shirley was known in South Hend. having been employed for some time as a waiter at the Hofbrau and Bud weiser cafes. Shirley was charged with assault in :he girl in July. 15)12. After the girl told her mother the story, her father is said to have rushed about town seeking Shirley with a shotgun. He Med from South Bend to Chicago and finally returned to Walkerton and gave himself up. At the time of the .alleged assault Aliss Kb e is said to have heen . but two weeks past her 16th birthday. Shirley was 2 4 year? of age. Samuel Parker and W. A. Alclnerny defended Shirlev. while C. P. Drum moad assisted the prosecution. ART WARE TO BE SEEI EVERYWHERE All Sorts of Articles From All Sorts of Materials For Fall i Wedding Gifts. There's Frost in the Air these nights anyway there's that feel out. It's Time to be Fixing Up Indoors for Winter and this is an especially good time for Rug and Drapery Buy ing. Stocks are New and Complete and Prices are Invitingly Low, as always. Now, Talking of Rugs, you can here buy a 9x12 rug for S2.50 or you can get the same size, with some considerable difference in the mater ial, for $60.00. Some Price Range This, and You'll find quite similar figures prevailing throughout the Rug Department. As for Draperies and Curtains, the New Sec tion in the South Annex Second Floor is Most Attractive and the Price Rane;e is there Quite as Interesting as in Rugs or elsewhere throughout the Ellsworth Store. Art pieces of superior eraftmanship nre everywhere on view anil may help solve the problem of the fall wed ding sift. Marbles, bronzes, pottery, lamps, porcelains or every description are so temptingly exhibited that it is difficult for on? to resist. Some beautiful pieces are of white1 Jasper ware with gold ornamentation such great care is exercised in the process of manufacturing that after the first firing no one is allower to touch them with naked lingers. Even the decorator wears white gloves to hold them when ornamenting. Vases iv Etruscan and Grecian de sign are prominent in the Mack Ba salt ware, which has the appearance of tine bronze. In this ware are also articles of utility, such as bowls, pin trays, lamps, etc. Tho White English china tlowered wicker baskets are useful for fruit, bon-bons, cards and trinkets and come in various sizes and shapes with the handles and flow ers artistically painted in bright tints. These articles are made of strands of plastic clay, the strands being wov en by hand in the same manner the wicker baskets are made. Tho Latot Novelty. A novelty seen in the shops is an oblong basket fitted with a handle and an electric lamp with compart ments at each end for l'owcrs. The lamp shade is lined with a color to harmonize with the artificial bios- ! soms. Chinese lamps are more popular than ever. An interesting looking lamp has a black bowl decorated with Chinese fluured. The lamp shade is formed with silk panels of ' Chinese scenery and plaited in sets with plain silk. .A narrow old gold fringe is used in the finish. Another extremely desirable lamp had a base of dull silver with import ed shade of papel apliqued on silk. A dome shaped lamp of thin silk, with a cretonne lining is pretty as well as inexpensive. Truly original and stun ning effects can be made at home, as the shades now fashionable are easy to copy. Simple Iinip Shades Tiffnnv Limns have shades of fabric i favrile which closely . simulates shir-j red silk. These come in yellow, white i and green and arc possibly the newest i note in lamp shade?. j A wonderful piece of Tiffany ware is an old bronze flower stand in pm peiian design with three hanging fern baskets and one fernery on top. Then there is a desk sot in Adams, design which comes both in gold and j silver finish and is especially in keep- j in gwith a room furnished in the Ad- ; ams period. 1 ' . .w.- -v- it i-v-iin The Rnckwon.1 potteries are oiT r- CKUSAD! I.OIM-11 IM(.HT ing marvelous little picture:'. The,e OI IIlll-. i,irfnre nr.. n:,inte,1 on -off cl:iv he- I Koll call medium luoioh.- .1 ' i- " ! mi members urged to lie present. C. lore iirin au; aie iiiou iwiuir a EBB Ss. i : r ' 1 l - J f,r EFH -T . It's one of those Chilly Days like some we've been having and as She serves Tea to the Guest One the Hostess One says: "Well, it's Surely Getting On and Indoors Time means cheering the house up a bit with New Rugs and New Draperies." It does indeed and that's just the Point we're Making just over to the left. And Ellsworth's is just the "Place Where" to Buy Rugs and. Draperies. Afternoon Gowns Afternoon Gowns that are Brand New Direct from New York. A New Showing of Garments just out of their boxes. These Gowns have the look of this Fall Season about them. Nearly every one has a High Girdle and many of these New Afternoon Gowns have the upper part of the bodices of Transparent Stuffs opening over Lace and Net Chemisettes. Many Gowns in the rich Colors of Autumn and a Goodly Showing in Black and you know how good black is this season. Afternoon Gowns priced for quick selling and easy purchasing. Crepe de Chines, Crinkle Crepes and Canton Crepes at prices ranging from S25 to S32.50. Think of it, at from $25 to S32.50. All the New Books The BiziGrtr> Sflor av Town scenes in the softest of tones. Kosenburg pottery. which comes from the Netherlands, is a ware of extreme perfection In colors and comes in many quaint shapes. All members urged to be present. TO. Snoke K. of . and HILLY Sl'XDAY CHOIU S. A meeting of the Tally Sunday tabernacle chorus will be held at the First Baptist church .Monday night. This is the second meeting if the chorus sincf the revival closed. The red books will be asd in the song service and II. V. Augustine, who was elected director of the organization meeting two weeks ago, will begin his duties. V iAv GOOD Diamonds CLAUSE LOIHJF, XOTFS. Helena Uebekah lodue N'n entertain at their hall at circle Tuesday afternoon. a 72 will sewing El l! M K of Solving the High Cost of Living is Buying KINNEY'S SHOES The Big 98c and $1.98 Shoe Store. 116-122 E. Wayne St. if imm , m This center of men's fashions is maintaining its reputa tion for authority of Stvle even more com pletely this season than ever. If you want to know what's right want to get it at THE 'RIGHT price see the Kuppenheimer suits and overcoats we're offering at $20 and $25. House Cleanin: ff) Should also mean New Clean Silverware I A New Mantel Clock. We have the best in Ster- j ling Silver as well as the cele- t brated 1847 Rogers Bros, silver plate. The only complete line of y Mia inomas uocks FRANK MAYR & SONS' CO. JEWELERS. 121 W. Washington Av. EXPOSITION WEEK PROGRAM Bread Contest Three Beautiful Premiums Display of the Product of The South Bend Toy Manufacturing Co. TOYS MADE in South Bend Special Sales arranged for each day. Heavy shipments of New Suits New Coats New Dresses New Waists New Skirts New F urs To go on sale Monday at special prices. Bought expressly for Exposition Week selling. We want to convince the crowd that this is the place to purchase women's clothes and have put our best foot foremost. i mmt u m u ii. ( a i) Comer Michigan and Wayne Sis. ry tiie Me wsTimes W ant Ads