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SOCIAI AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store "III Style" Suits and Coats The Ellsworth Store int SOUTH BEND NEWS-TJMES. II I II 1 Thr busings cirl f,f tho Y. W. C. A. will enjoy a baron rnt c'.if.jrday aftrrnoon at th- lu:ru- of th- Mi.-:s Ko.onrrarvs an J KowUr on th- Nils car line. AnnoiKcrncnt is n;a!' of ho rnnr rbiiro of Mrs. Suar ;.irinr and John W.ulkir.y. both of South Ucml, which took ;laco Situnlay fvenirK at 6 oVlook at th- hom- of th bride' ;;istfr, Mrs. Krank lObors-ole of i:ik hart. Mr. and Mrs. W-ulkins will rc tido in vjuth Ii nl. The Holy Na:n- yocirty of Pat rick's church has planned a lari?e dancing party to takf nlac VVdn:. day venin? in American hall, lor the lencMf of the 11. N. S. athletics. Matt' arche-tra will play. Thf com mittee, on arrangements includes Fabian laicky, Merlin Juthri and William McQuaid. Mr, i:. U. Austin led in th study Cf (Juatemala City, Guatemala. Wed nesday afternoon at the meeting of the Wednesday club held at the home of Mr?. V. A. Ijryan on IZ. Jefferson boulevard. The Hub will meet at the frame place next week and Mrs. Wal ter Drr will have charge of the )ro?rram. Tho marriej folks of the Commer cial Athletic club enjoyed their llrst fortnightly dancing party for this sea Wednesday evening at the Hub house. Thirty-live couples attended. At fl o'clock the committee served delicious refreshments, and at tho dose of tho evening committees for the remainder of Ihe season were ap pointed. The literary department of the Progress Hub held its first meeting for this reason Wednesday afternoon In the Hub rooms. Miss Mamla Uo mitf and Mis Thekla Sack had charm? of the program. The department is studying French literature and bean the year's work with an interesting ac roimt of fbe life of Corneill" K'iven by Miss Uomig and a studv of his drama, "I.e CM." by Miss S ick. The depart ment will meet a-ain in two weeks. Complimenting Miss OdHia Howell, whose wedding will take place .Satur day, the Children of .Mary of St. Pat rick's church entertained Wednesday eve ling with a kitchen shower in tho library of St. Patrick's school on S. Scolt st. Th evening was sp. .U Informally and Mainly refreshments were nerved by the committer, com posed of Miss Marv Hagerty, Miss NH1 Heiser, Miss Marv Sullivan and Mis Kllzaheth Uradv. NTevt We.! n ev,d:i v evening a similar affair will be given for .Miss I'ir.ra Kaufer. who.-e wed ding will take place" Oct. K. SOCIAL CLUBS The Violet Hub was entertained Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. W. II. (Jammon, 212 IZ. Dayton st. At cards M:k. H. Kngel won first prize, Mrs. M. Dietle, second and Mrs. V. Cole man third. Luncheon was served. The next meeting will be held in two weeks with Mrs. C. J. Crail, Kenwood av. The- Sunshine circle was pleasantly entertained .Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Dalley. 116 N. Walnut st. The favors in contests were won by Mrs. Herman Heekblrth and Mrs. A. W. Poettcher. Luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon. In two weeks the Hub will meet with Mrs. Heckbirth, 240 Linden av. Tho Select Pedro club made up three tables at cards Wednesday aft ernoon at th home of Mrs. (leorge Hildebidle in Niks. Mrs. IS. M. Cox received the first favor and Mrs. Charles Kmbick the second. Dainty refreshments were served. The Hub will meet in two weeks with Mrs. An thony Mayerhoffer, 101 S S. Carroll st. Members of the Social Twelve club were guests Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Howard. TIT. Notre Dame st. The favors at cards nent to Mrs. (bozge Moore, Mrs. James Sentt and Mrs. Howard. Mrs. . A. Lentz received the Kuest favor. Light refreshments were served. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Louis Iederer, SOI S. Michigan st. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The women of the Kiks' Hub will give a 50 party Monday evening at the club house. The Women's Missionary societv of the First Presbjterlan church "will inert Friday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock at the home (f Mrs. Llmer Crockett. t"J7 W. Colfax av. The assisting hos tsses will b" Mrs. S. P. Pettingill and -Mrs. C. J. Ash. CHURCH AFFAIRS .V devotion tl ;ind business meeting f the Lulirv- ,td societv of the First Prelhrcn church was held Wednes day afternoon in the church parlors. The society will met t in November with. Mrs. Franc: Whitme;-, us 1 lane y a v. Plans for a supper to be hell in the church parlors the latter part of October were made Wedr.esdav a.ter noon at a meeting- .f the Lobes' Aid society of L'pworth Memorial church BLACK SUEDE Vv ii "S j' n r fmk BLACK SUEDE BUTTON, LOW HEEL . 2.95 These are two of our best sellers and are shoes which you should see before buying anywhere. Our stock is full of novelties and if these don't please you, we have others that will. mmm ss-se c. fl if mmm t m-4 In the church parlors. The society will nifet to sew at the same place in two W-f-ekf. Mrs. p. p. Kizcr. 71 S Cushing st., was hostess to the Lidies Aid society of Westminster Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon. Tentative pl.:iis for a rummage sale the third week of October and a supper and bazar in December occupied most of the afternoon. The next monthly meeting wiil be held with Mrs. C. L. Copp, 728 California, av. The Ladies' AM society Qf Grace Evangelical church held its monthly meeting Wednesday alternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Triale, r.r.O officers. Mrs. K. I". Miller was e lected oflicers. Mrs. C. C. Miller was elected president; Mrs. J. W. Wcrntz. vice president; Mrs. D. J. Heckley, secre tary; Mrs. Ceorge Dev'ine, treasurer, and Mrs. Harry Woolman Ibr.ver fnn.f treasurer. Plans were also completed for a pastry sale to be held at the pub lic market Oct. 11. The hostess served dainty refreshments at the close of the meeting. The next met ting will be hM th.e first Wednesday of November. Mrs. Fred Warner, retiring secre-! tary has served in that capacity for fovir years without missing a meeting and received a hearty vote of thanks. The Women's Foreign Missionary society ot Grace M. F. church held a business aiul social meeting Wednes- , day afternoon in the church parlors, j Plans for a rummage sale to be held j the latter T.art of the month were dis-j cussed. "Past and Future" was the j subject of a paper on missionary work given by Mrs. Nellie Taylor. Mrs. Mary Poger gave a reading and Mrs. C. C. chapter of esses. Mrs. Kale, Mrs. Nellie Inw merits after PonDurant read the first the year book. The host- ! Ldith Milbr. Mrs. Henry j Charles Ilcam and Miss jod, served light refresh the program. The societv will meet in one month in the church parlors, PERSONALS Miss 1'lorence Navarre st., has south where she months. Clarke. C2P. W. returned from the has spent several Mrs. Jnnnette Barker has returned from a visit to Columbus. O., to re sume her work in South Lend. Mr. and Mrs. Kalby of Jackson. Mich., are spending a few days with Mrs. F. Fggert. 12:) Van Buren st. Paul H. Toepp, who was called here from his home in Detroit by the ill ness and death of his father, has re turned home. Mrs. F. Ilohm has returned from a vacation spent in Michigan and has resumed lier duties in the Associated Charities oiHce. Mrs. Kllcn Forney, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulhricht. 1- S L. lironson st., has returned to her home In .Michigan City. j Mrs. D. 1J. Creviston has returned ! from Buchanan and will spend a few j days with iier son, C. I. Creviston, ' IS 11 S. Franklin st., before returning to her home in St. Louis. Mo. GIVE OUT PROGRAM FOR TEACHERS' FEDERATION A promising program of entertain ments has been issued bv the outh Bend Teachers' fedc-atiou. It con sists of four numbers, three lectures and a musical evening to be given in the auditorium of the new high school. Dr. Byron W evening of Oct tho subject of and Kars That King will lecture the 7 at 8:1." o'clock on "Fyes That See Not Hear Not." and Miss Zola Montgomery will sing. Strollers' quartet will render Tho a pro gram Dec. 5. Dr. H. L. Willett or Chicago university will lecture Feb. 10 on "New Continents." and Miss Edna Reed will sing. Dr. Frank W. Oonsaulus of Chicago will give his lectvrre ou "Peace" April 14, when Miss Irene Johnson will sing. WAS P0ST0FFICE NIGHT Clerks ami Carriers Entertained at the Y. M. C A. Postollice nig hi w as celebrated Wednesday dght at the T. M. C. A. when the clerks and carriers clashed in a series of athletic contests in which the carriers came out head. They won four of the cheJuled events while the clerks took two. The carriers won the pool matm. the tug-of-war. the relay race and the 12 0 foot swim. Homer Absher took the swimming event from Harley Lindley by two feet. The clerks won the in door baseball game and the volley ball contest. W. F. Henderson cap tained the clerks while George Aulls beaded the carriers. LODGES MASONIC. Stated meetintr of Sooth n ! bulge No. 2 9 4 F. & A. M., Fridav evening. Oct. 3, at 7: HO. Visitors invited. Stuart MacKibbin. W. M., Richard J. fringe. . Secy. Advt. South Bend tent No. -l. K. O. T. M. Regular rcinv held Friday night. AH members and other brother Sir Knights are requested to attend. W. C Graves, Com.. S. R. Thomas, R. K Advt. Big Anniversary Sale All candles at reduced prices at The Philadelphia. Advt. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS 31 for Ladies ENGLISH SHOES A sL V 0 -V 'l T" 'l- 'i- '( DINNER GOWN IN BLACK AND WHITE ..: ; . ly - : ' I . lit .X Si v : ice 4 m .r ?ss 1- c . Dinner dress of black charmeuse, white chiffon and lace. The bodice of black charmeuse opens in "V" in front and is raised round the neck, a Ions pointed collar in white spotted net, edged with lace trims it and falls over around the neck. The short sleeves coming from inside the arm hole is in black chiffon finished by a wide fold hem. The lower part of the bodice and the tunic half length over the skirt are made of white chiffon all em broidered with black and white silk except threinches from the bottom of the tunic which is plain. The tunic is slightly raised in front and gathered round the waist. The belt is a piece of black charmeuse draped round and knotted at back. The skirt is draped, raised in front and rather tight at the feet. PRESENT PIGTURE State W. C J. U. to Give At tractive Gift to High School at Opening of State Conven tion. PRESENT SOC The State Women's Christian Tem perance union vill present the new hih school with a beautiful half-tone picture of Frances Willard on Oct. 13, the opening day of the W. C. T. U. convention in South Bend. The pic ture will be on exhibition in the Freyermuth art store window, to gether with pictures of the national and state officers of the union, from Oct. 9 through the four days of the convention. Oct. 10 to 14. The execu tive committee of the county W. C. T. V. met Wednesday afternoon at the Y. W. C. A. to complete arrangements for the demonstrations of the depart mental work to be made in the down town windows during the convention. The departments which will have displays are suffrage, mothers meet ings, scientific temperance. anti narcotics, literature and press, evan gelistic, flower mission, household economics and purity in literature and art. The windows in which they will exhibit are those of Ellsworth, Rob ertson, Sax. Brandon-Durrell. Herr & Herr, St. Joe Furniture Co., Lundy. Wheelock. the Economy. Wllhelm and Fre.vermuth. Six hundred visitors are expected in the city for the convention. Two hundred will ? arrive from the south ern part ot the state in a special train on the Monon which will leave Indianapolis at 7 o'clock In the morn ing Oct. 10, and come straight through to South Bend. riOYKTl CI.KVKLAXD MKMORIAL. PRINCETON, N. J.. Oct. 2. For mer Pres. Taft has accepted an invi tation from Princeton university to at tend th dedication of the Grover Cleveland memorial tower on Oct. 22. Neither Fres. Wilson nor former Fres. Roosevelt will be able to witness th ceremonies. TIM WOODRUFF IJFTTKTt. V . - YORK. Oct. 2. Former Lieut. Gov. Timothy Woodruff, who suffered a stroke of paralysis Monday nlsht, showed further lmprovcn-'ert Thursday. k . v. t3 ' r. ,1 ; .y;.4-! ' U v.. X. - -': ' it&'V r w v ,:xa: ' . y OF M SS W1LLARD 1 1 FOR THE HOLIDAYS The Expenditure of a Little Time and Care Will Brighten the House With Blossoms and Greenery. "Big oaks from little acorns grow w e have all been told as we struggled, sometimes hopefully, and sometimes only doggedly, through childhood. But it takes them a long, long time to grow, we all found out through the years that followed. As it is with oaks ami acorns, chil dren and men and women, so it in with seeds and bulbs and winter bloom. You must begin at the very insignificant beginning and wait and watch and work for a long, long timo to see results. o begin your Christmas garden now. The requirements of tlowers are not many. We sometimes forget that the desire or instinct or ability to live is Just as strong in the vegetable world as it is in our world; stronger, per haps, for plants and tlowers need struggle only against physical ills, since they have no minds to compli cate their lives. Ivy is one of the most satisfactory of ail indoor growers. You can slip it now, and start it in bottles of water, vth a little sand in the bot tom. Then a little later plant the rooted slips in good, loose soil, and put it in the rooms where you want it. Ivy is Satisfactory. One flower lover rather plant lover has ivy growing at the sides of all her windows. She has green fishnet curtains at the sides of the windows, and the ivy scrambles sturdily up these curtains. Very often the rooms can be cleaned without removing the Ivy simply by putting it on a chair or table and looping the curtains up with it. But when it is necessary to give the rooms a more thorough cleaning the ivy can be simply taken into other rooms. When it is brought back it begins to cling as affection ately and trustingly as ever to its friend, the curtains, which it evi dently mistakes for some giants of the forest glen. It is quite possible to have a little wooden trellis, in ladder-wise fashion, of two uprights, reaching to the top of the window, crossed by bars five or six inches apart. The ivy can be trained to this trellis, where it will thrive and grow. Bulbs for Winter. When you are buying bulbs, get the best ones. And after you have bas tered the growth and care of one sort, set out to learn about another sort. The Chinese lily bulb is the easiest and most satisfactory to grow. The same lover of greens and llowers who has ivv at her windows is a past mis tress of the art of growing Chinese lilies. She says It is no art, and says she "simply sticks one of the bulbs into water everv week or so", until all the available dishes throughout the house are filled. It is said that nothing but draughts hurts these bulbs, and draughts kill them. The best way to grow them is to leave them in a cool, semi-dark room until the roots are well formed and the green growth has started. Then take them into the light, and Five them sun when they are about to bloom. They can be planted in stones, cov ered with water, or they can be planted in the prepared fibre sold by some of the seedsmen. A little sand in the bottom of a dish of stones and water in which they are to grow is advantageous to the lilies, and a tiny piece of charcoal in the water keeps it sweet. SuocTrvs With Bulbs. If vou would have the best success ith Vhlnese lilv bulbs, get the best you can find and pay for. They may be. had in packages of 50. imported in that shape from China, and these are usually satisfactory. The llowers are already formed in the bulb when you buy them, and unless flowers are there, you cannot make them bloom. Therefore, pay for good bulbs, if you would have free flowers. Other House Plants. Geraniums, marguerites and bego nias are perhaps the most satisfac tory of all house plants. Geraniums and 'begonias give flowers for eight or nine months. The marguerite has a flowering period of only three or four months, but these months of beauty make it worth cultivating. All these plants can be raised from cutting?. The marguerite cuttings should be planted in a soil light with plentv of good leaf mold. Begonias and geraniums thrive in a rich soil the richer the better. Tho Philadelphia's candies stand for quality and purity. Advt. DR. THOMSON'S EYE TALKS (TALK NO. 182.) Temporarily. All children oueht to wear glasses for a few weeks after a severe illness. Measels, whoopinc cough, diphtheria, scarlet fever, all have a 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 have easily been avoided by wearing glasses dujing convalescence. The muscles of the eyes are weak at thLa time and require assistance In performing their work. A little help at the right time will strengthen 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 Wednesday Afternoons" 301 South Michigan St. Southwest Corner Wayne and MJcli. We've had a Good Deal to Say about Suits and Coats since this Fall Season began and the best of it is that what weVe said has Proven Effective for, we're Selling Lots of Suits and Coats. Going back to those Days when we began Talking Fall Styles we now see that Some of Our Friends were Im pressed they Wondered were Curious. Thev Came to See and Stayed to Buy. Then then went away Satisfied and Convinced. They Told Their Friends Our Friends, also. And so it has gone is going with the Ellsworth Store doing by alLodds the Coat and Suit Business of South Bend. . . Ellsworth Suits are "In Styled of Correct Material and "Right" Evry Way. Take one suit in Particular. It's of the New Goods Duvetyne the Material that's so High ly Spoken of in Fashion Centers. The Jacket, Jaunty Jacket, has a Sash of course A Black Satin Sash loose ly fastened in the Back. Another Suit anion? those De cidedly 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 3fell say that Dutetyne and Peau de Peche are Just hav ing things their Own Way. .These New Fashionable Ma terials give every kind of Hard Wear and are Very Soft and Very Warm. Ellsworth Coats of These Materials in Beautiful Shades are Most Luxurious Looking. Right Clothes Right Prices $1.J)S Velvet aiirl Pi - .... o .;.". Black, brown, toupe, tan, mode, mahogany and white, small and medi um shapes with soft dressy crowns beautiful quality $1.98. NEWMAN'S. Advertisement. GOOD Diamond s of Solving the High Cost of Living is Buying EY'S SHOES The Big 98c and $1.98 Shoe Store. 116-122 E. Wayne St. -t i iiyi iyiiin 1. p m.it .i i ll ii,..'fc itiL M Cleanim Should also mean New Clean Silverware A New Mantel Clock. We have the best in Ster- f ling Silver as well as the cele brated 1847 Rogerr. Bros, silver plate. The only complete line of h Seth Thomas Clocks FRANK MAYR SONS' CO. JEWELERS. 121 W. Washington A v. c w PI AniTD OME WAY ma House 9 TfJS BRLtGMT&ST $fOT AV TOWN 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 Furs Placed on sale iMonday 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. LU NDY & Corner Michigan fry the Kewsf m Wv1 A little Hat Talk Beautiful Hats here-at the Ellsworth Store Hats you'll likq to See. Hats you'll loverfor Wear. Charming Hafs t&it's what they are. "Ador able" is a word Much Used by those who Come to See arri Remain to Buy those who become Satisfied Purchasers. YouIl Like-Our Mod- erate Prices. C and Wayne Sts. O imes Want k s