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mil SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
ui;i)M"n.v, o(.tuih;i: ss, nu.i
The Ellsworth btore
Winter's Coming
The Ellsworth Store
.
SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN
Mr. and Mrs. dur n.;y-u, I. in If n
av., nt rt.un--l Ir.formMly .-it dinner
T'Ufday rvi nintc In honor of th'
Lirtlnlay a r.nivr.-.i ry of Mr. I!.is.'-tt
anl i'aul Krir.tr. . r were iluf l
I r t i at it tanl. .'.i'orn l with fall
Ilowtr:-. Tli" K'Ji-.ts vfr- .Mrs. Alma
AM-cihl of Mishavakn. r Hocks
of Iliv r I'ark, Mr. aivi Mrs. Manu l
II"ltzrI. .Mr.-!. M ir" V. yi i ' k'. liar)
yrlck, ilarry H.iiuk and I'aul
Krinj;.
Annoiincunf-nt has hf-en ro fivrrt of
the marrlai of M.. s T 2 : 1 1 l Stackman.
Sought r of Mr. :md Mrs. V. J. Stark
man, 22 I Vistula, av., to Charh-s Ik
Frank, l'orrrn rly of Smith H nd. "which
took Met. 11 in Edmonton. Can.
Th- c r niony wa..s jit-rf orriKrt In th
JJracf -M. church y lU v. Thomas
Pou 11. Mr. Frarik Mas formerly jro
IrU'tor of th' I. and . Vulcanizing
'o, in South Ilcnd. lie is rrw -n-aged
In thf r al estate business.
Fevf-ral South iund wonu-n worr
Ireent at tho fu-t annual luncheon
of the Woman's 1'if-ss cluh of Indiana
at tho Claypool hotel Tuesday. Th
honor KU'ts at the lunch on u'erc
thf ofllcers of tho tatf federation
now In convention at the capital city,
Jimoiis whom was Mrs. Iiu 'aard Elh'd
of South lirnd, who is Mat" auditor.
Miss Margaret Tohin of thf News
Times and Mrs. W. K. Miller wcr' al
so among the Kuests. Tiie luncheon
was- the lirat social
eration convention.
event of tho fed-Mr.-.
A. D. Mof-
fett of Elwood. president of thf eiul.
presided and sho with Mrs. F. T. M--Whlrter
and Miss Blanche Foster
of Indianapolis gave hrief talks. The
center piece at' the table was a bas
ket of pink rosea which waspresonted
to Mrs. MeWhlrter to race the pres
ident's table during. th (-(invention.
Iter, and Mrs. Cecil Franklin were
delightfully surprised Monday even
ing by a company of L'0) members of
the Indiana Av. Christian church, who
brought, as a mark of appreciation
for the Increase in thf church inern
bftship in the past few months, a
larfce stock of provisions. Readings
by Mrs. A. L. Iircnner were a feature
of the evening.
Miss Agnes Uauer, 112 IJirdscll st.,
will entertain the members of the
Aonian club at dinner at her home
this evening. The guests will Ik the
Missea Katherlne KoehendortYr,
Irene Couch, Angle Areh;imhe;nilt.
Aurelia MarcomL', Haz 1 dollar, Mar
garet licidur and Louise Champaign.
Master Clement Walter, son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Walter, l?t S. William
M.. celebrated his sixth birthday an
niversary Tuesday Ijy giving a party
in the Jifayette kindergarten. The
birthday eak held -ix eandlea and
the dainty refreshments vcr, s-rel
by the teachers. Miss Sarah O'Xeil
and Mr. Flora Guthrie.
SOCIAL CLUBS
"The Origin of a
was the subject for
the meeting of the
Chosen People"
consideration at
As You Like It
club Tuesday evening at the home of
the Misses Turner. 407 S. Franklin
st. "The Story of Abraham" was told
by Miss Elizabeth Turner; Miss Emma
Stephenson gave a reading. "The Of
fering of Isaac." and Miss Matt!
Bowman "The Burial of Sarah." Tm
club will meet next week with the
Misses Turner.
Members of the Rmadway club
were entertained Tuesday afternoon
at tho home of Mrs. Charles Miller,
C01 N. Hill st. After a discussion of
current events the remainder of the
afternoon was spent socially. The
next regular meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. James Park, -101 E.
Broadway.
Mrs. Lester Spidel of Miami st. was
hostess to the Cosy Corner circle
Tuesday afternoon. Th" afternoon
was spent w'.th needlework. Mrs.
otto Ms. n. Portage av.. will enter
tain the .dub in two v- ks.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Janette Barker, 707 X. Main
st., left Tuesday for a business trip
to Logansport.
Mrs. Elizabeth Keener. :.a'i7 X. Main
st.." is recowring from a two weeks'
illness.
Mrs. Harry o earner or Xiles was
the guest of friends in the city Tiu s
da v.
Miss P.cllc Tatro. Iktroda. Mich.,
iited H'etids in the city Tuesdav.
Miss Celia Murphy. 1":;.". W. Thom
as st, is ill.
Mrs. C. K. Ch; .aerton
forusil!c is the go st for
Mrs. Ik
of her daughter,
n Witw cr a".
of Craw
a few days
KnoMoek.
Mm
CHURCH AFFAIRS
J
The Women's
ciety ol Hu
ll.
b
a
le MIssionarv Si"-
rsi Metliodi.i c!urch
v.'l att-nd-d and interest i i. g
meeting Tuesday afteriioon at the
home of Mis. R W. Tuckr. S Li Park
u . The a-isliiiu' hot.ss was Mrs.
L. I- Blake. Tin- general sul.ject was
"Mexicans at; 1 Orientals." and Mrs.
Eva Sibley read a paper on "New
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EIGHTEEN-YEAR-OLD HEIRESS TO FIVE MILLIONS
WILL NOT MARRY A TITLE.
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TORI OUT WHERE
THE MONEY GOES
Lucile Caine Gives Helpful
Hints -on How to Spend
Money and Explains the Sci
ence of Expense Accounts.
LUClLTiK CAIM-
tho money goes
I can't
to be fearfully
the young lady
have to- look af-
MISS CILYULO aTIJ HAJlTir.
DKXVLR. Col.. Oct. VI. Miss Charlotte Rarth. tho 'unassuming rosy
cheeked, eighteen-year-old Krand daughter of William IJarth, millionaire
land-owner, is now called the richest heire93 In this state. By the terms
of the will which Mr. Larth, who has passed the eightieth mile-stone, is
nrfv prepariiu;. Miss Barth will inherit his entire fortune,, estimated at
$o,00l,000. When Jokingly asked whether she had decided on what sort
of a foreign title and husband she intended to acquire when she came into
control of the fortune Miss Barth answered: ""Don't you believ it!
American men are ood enough. No princes for me."
Mexico;" Irs. George Taylor on
"Mission Work Annmg the Chinese."
Daring the business meeting plans
were made' and committee appoint) d
for a supper to be given at the church
the first week in December. A large
number of garments were contributed
to the box te be sent to the mission
ary settlement at Cedartown, Ga.
Four new members were taken into
the society yesterday. After the busi
ness session the hostess served elelic
ious refreshments. The next meeting
of the society will be held at the
home ol" Mrs. David Fisher, 13J9 Vis
tula av.
An interesting meeting of the study
department f th.. t W. W. M. of tho
Kirst Christian church was held Tues
day afternoon at the home ef Mrs. J.
M. York, ;i0 California av. Miss J lob-no
Abbott prese nted the topic, "The
Ingredients of the .Studv of America,
r.od's Melting 1 t." Mrs. II. M. Ap
pleman led in the discussion which
followed and a paper prepared by
Miss Greta Benedict was read. Itev.
G. W. Ilemry gae a report of the
world convention held recently in To
ronto. The next meeting will be Nov.
L' at the home of Miss liolene Abbott,
1 1 2 1 Uivcrside drive.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
their home, 922 Cedar St.. with
double shower for Miss Lillian Eaton
and i'aul rrcscott, whoso marriage
will take place Wednesday.
. B. Schaefer, T27 Vistula
av., will be hostess to the members
of the Thursday club Thursday af
ternoon. The Mothers' club will meet Thurs
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
James Alward, 33 S W. Lisalle av.
Miss Isabel Kennedy's Sunday
school class will meet Thursday even
ing at the home of Mrs. Harry J.
Stansbury, HIT "W. Marion st.
The women of the Indiana Av.
Christian church will entertain with
a Hallowe'en thimble Thursday after
noon at the home- of the pastor's wife,
Mrs. Cecil Franklin. 539 Milton av.
Hvery woman in the church; is in
vited to be present and to bring a
friend.
The music department of tho Pro
gress club will meet Thursday after
noon at 4 o'clock. The subject for
the afternoon will be "Mendelssohn in
Oratorio." and the music will be in
charge of Miss Mabel Bartlett.
-JTho National Brewers' association,
in its "movie" display of empty build
ings In dry towns, no doubt steered
the camera man awav from the
wise empty jails. Newark
News.
like-
Evening
BY
1 fowever
make out.
A .voung lady made that lament to
me the other day. She looked at me
with eyes wearied with sums she had
been making on scraps of paper
housekeeping expenses and waved
at me the stump cf a lead pencilfeay
fully bitten at the top. She had been
biting it while in the throes of trying
to "get things to balance." She has
boon married a few months since, an 1
has suddenly found herself faced with
housekeeping difficulties, her husband
allowing her nly a small amount a
week. It was "married on the strict-
"We shall have
careful, of course,"
told me. "We shall
ter every penny." s
Her rirst shock was when unex
pected bills, amounting' to Ave pounds
IT shillings and eight pence came in,
for things she had not paid for at the
time and had forgotten afterwarels.
She kept that awful secret from her
husband for a whole day and a half.
Then he saw clearly she had some
thing on her mind, and insisted on
knowing what it was. She has start
ed afresh now. Those hcuseholel ac
counts worry her frightfully.
It is, of course, just at the com
mencement of married life that tne
accounts are the great worr.y. The ac
counts of single life are marvelously
simple if one keeps any at all, which
people out of 100 don't. But a
house, however small, is another mat
ter. Oneself vs. the House.
"While one Is single." pointed out
John Strange Winter, "the man and
the woman spend money solely on
themselves. It is easier far to re
member how the money goes when it
all goes on oneself. But when it comes
to a hcuso most of the money is spent
in directions outside oneself. It is a
fjer different thing remembering it
then. And, while single, probably one
has had no credit with tradesmen.
After marriage tradesmen appear un
accountably Inclined to trust one. S),
as regards money, one's life Is utterly
different. It is the time when the
utmost care is necessary, and inex
perienced In carefulness and with an
utterly new state of things to contend
with, what wonder if the wife makes
mistakes?"
After a while she gets accustomed
to things: A great number of house
keepers sock to escape the trouble by
giving up kenning any accounts at all
and taking bills as they cbm Others
p:y cash down anel flatter themselves
that they can -make no mistakes then.
Can't they? I remember an inci
drnt I witnessed some time since.
"Excuse me just a moment." said
my fish dealer to me as I was talking
to him in the shop. He darted away.
A rather extravagantly dressed lady
had entered the shop. Shn was evi
dently a "desirable cusfomer." Hav
ing ordered five pounds cf salmon,
sho disappeared, and the dealer re
marked to me after she had gone that
she was a nice lady who knew whrct
she wanted, asked for it, and "gave
no trouble." That salmon was booked
to her. She never Inquired the price..
A moment or two later another lady
.also entered the shop. She also was
seeking salmcn. She asked the p'ice,
bought some pounds, and paid for
them on the spot. The dealer bowed
her out and informed me that she
also was a nice lady to serve "gave
no trouble."
Now, did the lady who paid cash
down, and who, I expect, thinks she is
remarkably ocon-cmical in dcing so
realize that salmon was at an exorbi
tant price that day? Would she have
bought it if she had known that sal
mon was "up?" She madn no re
mark about its dearness, anu it is my
belief that she was utterly Ignorant,
though she asked the price, whether
it was dear or cheap. She got It at
the price of the day, pa'd the price,
and that was all she bothered about.
lrTevs Easily Fonrottcn.
In paying cash down, unless one
keeps a record of each purchase, the
danger is that one will forget what
one paid for a thing a few days ago,
and so will not know whether it is
cheap or dear today. And making a
minute of each purchase isa task
that the flesh and blood oT most
housekeepers revolt from.
"The person who has a certain
amount to spend each week, and who j
pays cash down, cannot exceed the)
nllowance," pointed out Mrs. Havart.
the clever American expert on house
You Need
The Right Thing
at the Right Time
Saying the Right
Thing to the Right
Person at the Rigiit
Time in the Right
Way is the secret of
Advertising Success.
Just as Selling the
Right Thing to the
Right Person at the
Right Time in the
Right Way is the
"Whv" of Our ier
chandisine; Success.
It's a Great
Season for
Ribbon
This. And,
the Ellsworth "
S'ore is
Rbbon
Headquarters
in South Bend.
All the
Novelties
of a Novelty
Season
are Here
to be seen,
arid here
purchased
-Ellsworth's
Busy Times in
Ready-toWesr;
And, We're Ready;
Ready All the Time.
Our Buvine; Svs
em is Responsible tor
Our Ceing Ready,
Readv all the time, in
Ready-to-Wear. We
hear from New York
every day and that
means New Goods
every day.
For Instance, an
other lot of Suits
came in today, and
it'll be Suits or Coats
or Dresses tomor
row. And, Speaking of
that lot of Suits,
there are some beau
ties in the lot due to
be sold at SI 4.50 per
garment.
Some that are
Really Exquisite at
$25.00.
Down Down Down
Go Bigelow Rug Prices
BIGELOW BAGDAD ROYAL WILTONS.
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Size. Regular Price Sale Price
22y2 x 36 '3.50 1.75
27x 54 5.00 2.40
36 x 36 5.00 2.40
36 x 63 8.50 4.40
36 x 72 9.00 5.40
8-3 x 10-6 37.50 25.50
9 x12 , 42.50 27.50
BIGELOW ARBEEIL FIENCH WILTONS.
Size.
22 y2 x 36
27 x 54
36 x 36
36 x 63
36 x 72
Regular Price
4.50
7.00
7.00
10.00
12.50
management, "but, -all the same, she
may be extravagant in the use of her
money she may not got the most for
it. Ask her what was the price cf
bacon or cheese a month cgo and she
will probably have forgotten it. She
cannot carry the prices of all manner
of things 'in her head.' To make the
best of paying cash down, she should
keep a list of what she buys with the
prices she pays, and the dates when
she bought, and study it occasionally.
When an article rises in price she
should be prepared to purchase some
thing else in its place. The ready
made people and the people who run
up long bills are the mainstay of high
prices. The,y don't know they are
high."
Is there not a considerable amount
of truth in that?
ir
Sale Price
2.40
3.40
3.40
6.40
7.40
imOH PLUMES
II you have old feathers of varying sizes and colors
none wearable, we can dye them all one color and
make them in plumes that can't be distinguished from
new. We aye any shade and can match anv amne
:0c up. " 1
LEO SWANK & CO.
Phones: Home 5904, Bell 791. 228 N. Michigan St.
UCRItATI! GIRLS, HURRAH!
Bring vour dolly with you to the
"Fashion Shop." 424 P. Michigan st..
on the same Moor with the Ualdwin
Piano store, Saturday, Oct. 25, and
we will give you a stylish little hat
dolly. Bell phon3 908. Home 8S0C.
Advertisement.
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Many people who are
correct drcsers pay little
attention to their shoes,
shabby shoes spoil the ef
fect of any costume and
the wrong shoes with the
right dress are almost as
bad. We'll not permit ymi
to make this mistake at
our place.
BEITXI'.irs SONS
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Some wonderful Suit Values for
our Special
WEDNESDAY SALE
30 Sample Suits
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KEEP
KEEF
club i
sea
Tho Married Folks' Dancing
will give its first dance for this
son uet. 2. m American hall.
The Pythian t-a will i;ive a guet
party this afurno.ui in K. of 1. hall.
The mealing f the Shakespeare
circle to have been held this after
noon has been postponed until Oct.
2'.'. wlu-n i: will be entertained bv
Mrs. 1 P. Kastman. C:: . Main Ft.
The Mi: Janette and Ethel Pow
ers entertained Monday evening at
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"The House of a Hundred Styles.'
n lis a
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KOVSLTiSS
f ' - x -1 r ill
4
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25
As well as the best in staple
designs
FOR MEN
We otfer vou shoes with
a maximum of style excel
lence backed by QUALITY
at a price to suit everyone.
$2.00 to $4.00
Our shoes lack' nothing
that is correct and desirable.
TT?jrA?-T ojiam nn
ink
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Tle
Stort' Tliat
3Iire
OlTcrs Vou
A Favorite Shoe
With Fashionable
Women
A specially constructed
boot for Kail and Winter
street wear. Thev are
shown in both Gunmetal
and Patent Leather, with
soft, dull kid or cloth tops.
Genuine Goodvear Welt.
Exceptionally stylish and
smart. Priced at
WORTH $3.50.
Y7
Seth Thomas
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The new style cabinet
clocks. Mahogany and
Oak Cases,
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BIG 98c AND $1.93 SHOE STORE.
116-122 East Wayne St.
01?nX THURSDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
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See
Show
YOUR V1A1CU d bdviug iu you Oi vnfI
I en to r irteen Dollars per suit.
A lot of new Suits 20 on sale at
11
them in our
Window.
FRANK MAYR
SONS' CO.
121 W. Washington Av.
South Bend's Reliable
Jewelers. -
$25.00
They include some fine imporiej broaJelnt'i
models with reautitullv draped skris thai are
in reat demand just now. The;e are regular
S3 5.00 values.
Ncv skirts in checks and plaids jxtr;. fine
all wool material,
Special $5.95 and $6.95
ON
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UNBY Lr CO
Cor. Michigan and WaTie Sts.
lead the Wast
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