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SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN The Ellsworth Store Two More Big Days. The EllswortStore THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES. O ? ) 1 Tho Alumni of the .South Uend Training school entertained the fac ulty and students of the school to gether with a few guests at a L o'clock j lea ueunesaay arternoon at the new home of tho school in the. Melville huildin?. Tho parlors were attractive with Hallowe'en decorations. Among the guest were Mrs. Jennie '.'hatcher Iieach, Mis Clara Cunningham. Miss Hdiih Phelps and Miss Mary McCIoy. The married folks of the Commer cial Athletic club were entertained , at a delightful Halloween dance Wednes day evening at the club house. The hall was artistically decorated, corn f talk 3 beinff banked In the corners and forming a background for grotesque Jac. -o'-lanterns lighted with red lights. The chandeliers were covered with oak leaves which were al30 used effectively In the decoration of the parlors. At 10:30 o'clock cider, doughnuts and pumpkin pie were Ferved. The entertaining committee included W. W. Schneider, Italph iieely and Nelson L. Jones. Mrs. D. W. Tucker read an intcrest- lnr naner on "Whpat rtnrl Tt T.VkkI Value" Wednesday afternoon at the 1 meeting of the current events depart ment of the Progress club. The lirst meeting in November will be devoted to Ellen Kee and her mes?age to wo men of today by Mis3 Virginia Tutt. The afternoon was devoted to the discussion of current events Wednes day at the meeting of the W lnesday lur at the home of Mrs. A. li. iSteph nson, 519 S. tt. Joseph st. Miss Clara Dunham led. The club will meet with Mrs. Stephenson again next week. The members of the Senior Holy Name society of St. Patrick's church were hosts at an enjoyable Halloween dancing part,y In the parish hall Wed nesday evening. A hedge of corn shocks Interspersed with jack-o'-lanterns lined the ptage and the lights were covered with red and yellow hades. In one corner a cider barrel was concealed behind corn shocks, and cider and doughnuts formed the refreshments. The program of dances was played by Fred Martin. The members of the Shakespeare circle were guests of Mrs. F. I East man, 330 S. Main St.. Wednesday aft ernoon. Following a brief discussion of current events in answer to roll call, the following papers were given: The Conquest of Israel". Mrs. A. W. Kline; "The Tabernacle of the Israel ites", Mr3. Nelson L. Jones; "Jewish 2'eaflts", Mrs. J. Carpenter. Mrs. Alex Staples read a poem, "The Kurial of Moses". Dainty refreshments were served at the close of the program. The club will meet next week with Mrs. II. E. Westervelt, C27 N. Lafay ette St. The girls of the various gymnasium classes of the V. W. C. A. will be en tertained at a party An the gym this evening. Miss Anna Riland presented the subject "Benjamin Franklin and the Part He Took in the Cause of Amer ican Liberty and Union" Wednesday afternoon at the meeting of the his tory department of the Progress club. Chapters 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the text were discussed. The department will meet again Nov. 12. The Colfax W. C. T. U. enjoyed a delightful all day meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. John Pair at Hertrand. Dinner was served at noon and In the afternoon a business ses sion, during which plans were made for the programs for the year, was held and a social hour folloved. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mary Collins, 72o Cottage Grove av. The senior class of South Bend A Difference in Diamonds There is a great difference in diamonds a little flaw scarcely visible to the naked eye will make big difference in prices of two stones otherwise the same. For this reason it pays to buy a diamond of repu table, storo like Clauer's. Then you know that you are getting a stone that is just what we claim it to be. As to prices well, we t ell them under following guarantee: You can return the diamond any time inside of one year and your money will be re funded less IP percent. And we could not afford to make this guarantee unless we were selling then; on a close margin. Another New One Ladies' Patent Colt Shoe, Welt, with the new popular If you want to be up - to - this shoe. high Hchool will entertain Friday rvtnluK with a Halloween dancing party in Melville hall. The executive committee includes Gln Slick. Gladys Watters and Leon Livingston and the decorating committee,. Esther IJean. Dorothy Dally. June Hall. "Arthur Fi5hT and Kverett Leisure. SOCIAL CLUBS Mrs. :,1. D. Daly. S33 N. Ninth st., River Park, was hostess to the mem bers of the Social Twelve club Wed nesday afternoon. Favors at cards were won by Mrs. James Scott, Mrs. John Haney and Mrs. Louis Lederer. The guest favor went to Mrs. Alfred Int. In two weeks the club will be entertained by Mrs. Frank Ohmer. 1153 Portage av. ' The Select Pedro club was pleas antly entertained Wednesday after noon by Mrs. Fred Neiderauer, 1017 S. Carroll st The favors at pedro were won by Mrs. K. Spangle and Mrs. Walter Praunsdorf. After the. games the hostess served a dainty luncheon. The club will meet next with Mrs. Spangle, 626 S. Michigan st. Members of the Violet club were guests of Mrs. Mae Uupe, 301 S. I-a-fayette St., Wednesday afternoon. Several contests were given and prizes were won by Mrs. Sylvester Kiffel and Mrs. William Gammon. In two weeks the club will meet with Mrs. O. A. Hosier, 4 03 E. Ohio st. The Sunshine club was entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Havens, 10 23 W. Van Huren st. Mrs. WTilliam IJoettcher and Mrs. Henrj IJoettcher won the favors in contests. The hostess served dainty refreshments at the close of the afternoon. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. F. J. Mintz, 1'JlS Adams st. PERSONALS Walter Scott of Cheyenne, Wyo., has arrived In the city to spend the winter with his mother, Mrs. Scott, 3j ' Laporte av. Mrs. G. D. Kent of Puchanan was the guest of friends In the city Wed nesday. W. 11. Valentine of Laporte is mak ing a several weeks visit with his brother, John Valentine, 721 W. La yallo av. Omar K. Iaird of Dowagiac, Mich., is in the city for a lew days as the guest of friends and relatives. Mrs. VZ. J. Long of Puchanan was the guest of friends in the city Wed nesday. Casper L. Hoss of Indianapolis is the j' "est of friends in South Pend for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Uichards of Puchanan. spent Wednesday in South Pend. Mrs. John Higninn of Penton Har bor has returned home after a visit in South Pend. Mrs. F. A. Pryan has returned from a short visit in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Kirkly. 1829 S. Michigan st.. left Tuesday after noon for the south where they expect to spend the winter. CHURCH AFFAIRS On Hallowe'en night the First Prethren chuvch and friends will be entertained by ' the Sisters' society and the Sisterhood of Mary and Mar tha at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sholly, 1327 Tistula av. The Young rLadies' P.ble class of the First Pretftren church have made arrangements for a progressive sup per to be held next Tuesday evening, Nov. 4. The class met Tuesday even ing at the home of Miss Pertha Sny der. Cloth Top, Light Goodyear "Spanish-Cuban" heel. the - minute you should have EVENING GOWN OF BLACK LIBERTY ;: 5C c 3?C Evening gown of black liberty. The bodice is made of a band of black Chantllly passing over the shoulder. A point of Duchess lace forms the short sleeves. A draped vichu of white net sketches a decollette shaped like a deep "V". The belt is of draped liberty, held up, front and back, by a broad bead ed ornament In the oriental style. The skirt is draped, lifted in two points and crossed in front, pas. over a small tunic of black net which is laid over a foundation of white satin. The crossing of tho bottom shows the foot. The gown is finished by a small pointed train. 5jC 5 5fr $ RECIPES FOR COOKING GAME. V -t X JU mjm V V V -L? 4jf T T r i Tr , v ROAST WILD DUCK. Airs. K. P. Doran. Soak bird in salt and soda water over night. Parboil one to one and one-half hours with one-half cup of vinegar and a little onion In water. Remove from water just before it is tender and dress with turkey dressing. ..Iiv- r me hour. HOLD HALLOWEEN PARTY Knights of Pytlilas and Ladies Enjoy "Entertainment. The Knights oT Pythias and their friends were the guests of the Hal loween party held at the society's hall on Wednesday night. There were over 120 knights and friends present, and all were dressed In masquerade costume. Music was furnished by the South Pend Symphony orchestra. The hall was decorated with palms and potted plants and autumn foliage. Prizes for tho most appropriate cos tumes were awarded to O. L. Yerrick. The other prize was given to Mrs. Irene Stover. For over "0 years Cleis & Co.'s jew elry store "has been the best and cheapest place to trade. It is now. 22 4 S. Michigan st. Atlvt. rAItlTVVKLL DIXMIIL A farewell dinner was given for Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Magruder, who will leave for Clyde, O.. by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whorton, 311 S. Franklin st., Wednesday night. Covers were laid for 14. American Duality roses, yellow chrysanthemums and autumn foliage completed the decorations. The evening was spent in instrumen tal and vocal selections. I W. O. W. Harmony Camp, No. TS. ! and Olive Grove, No. 12, will give a dance Friday evenintr, Oct. 31, at Slick I hall, for the benefit of a sick and 1 needy member. Admission 25c a couple. Extra lady 10c. Committee. Advertisement. Gymnasium tuition free to any girl who secures five new members for the Y. W. C. A. trymna-slum. See Mis.-? Mc CIoy, physical director. Advt. Pay your taxes now and avoid the rush; the last day is Nov. 3d. The Treasurer's ohlce will be open Friday evenings from 7 to 9. Fred W. Mar tin, Treasurer. Advt. taininnninnninih COLONIAL The lde;il dane slipper. rr.MPs. pnrty and hi . i Dhirk satin and Patent Colt with genuine cut steel buklc rlih the new Louie he!, txth ma tie en the n Chritr list you'll not find anything prettier. $4.CC the pair. iiEiTxrirs sons lit So. Michigan St. j INDIANA SUNDAY SCHOOL Jirazll Man Says Ilk Teachers Stay Away IYom Dancers Card Parties and Shows. PROVIDENCE. II. I., Oct. CO. W. E. Carpenter, of Brazil, Ind., who said he was superintendent of the largest Sunday school class in the world, told the Rhode Island State Sunday school convention here that for 2 5 years there had not been a teacher in his Sunday school who attended theaters, dances or card parties. "When a teacher goes to the thea ter with the excuse that it is uplifting and educational, the pupil goes to cheap theaters because of the exam ple that has been set," he said. SOUTH BEND HIVE No. 4, L 0. T. M. All Lady Maccabees and their fam ilies are invited to attend a Hallow e'en Party to be given jointly with the Sir Knights at the hall Friday even ing. Oct. 31st. Each one is urged to bring a guest. Special features for the children. En tertainment and refreshments free. Program begins at 8 o'clock. Com mittee. SOUTH BEND TENT No. 1, K. 0. T. M. All Sir Knights and their families are invited to attend a Hallowe'en Partv to be Kiven jointly with the i Lady Maccabees at the hall, Friday evening, Oct. 31st. Each one is urged to bring a guest. Special features for the children. En tertainment and refreshments free. Program begins at 8 o'clock. Com mittee. Advertisement. LAPIIOS' TAILORIXd. I a mnow located at 12t E. Jeffer son, where I will be pleased to see my friends. See my new patterns for fall suits and coats. Louis Slutsky, formerly of Slutsky Pros. Telephone Home 6421. Pell 1132. Advt. nn im. inui! VVV TAIlf tw'- Li I Li 1lLilV (T.UJv NO. 193.) Patting It Oil. Every day I hear people say that they have needed glasses for. some time but have simply been putting it off. Did you ever stop to think what putting it off really means? It means that the eyes are becoming worse ev ery day. It means that the longer that you do without glasses the harder! it wil be to benefit your eyes. It means that when you are compelled to have glasses you will have to wear them all of the time instead of just for reading and sewing. It means that you will have to change glasses every seven or eight months as long a3 vou live instead of every two or three years. That one or another of your eyes may entirely lose its useful ness from neglect. That you are in danger every day of causing a cata ract. You can afford to put off any- i thing else better than you can afford to put off wearing glasses when you need them. v-o r.ie about it. ' j DR. H. A. THOMSON "Not Open on Wednesday Afternoons" 301 South Michigan St. Southwest Corner Wayne and Mich. . L I F E Is a Game of Chance YOU Take No Chances When You Buy Kinney's The Big 98c and $1.98 Shoe Store 116-122 East Wayne St. j You can always buy the new things, such as LADIES' SAUTOIR CHAINS . GENTLEMEN'S WALDEMAR CHAINS MONOCLES AND LORGNETTES at FRANK MYR & SONS CO. 121 W. Wash. St See Our Show Window Shoes Aim yK (TV Says He The Department Man agers' Sale is a Lucky Sale for you. It's Early in the Season, we're just going through one of the First Chilly Snaps and yet Here's a Chance to secure Neces sities and Comforts for Win ter at Sale Prices. The Woman" who buys one of our Suits at $25.00 is indeed fortunate. Never have Suits had so many claims to becomingness to recommend them as this season as is plainly shown in Ellsworth Suits at $25.00. They are handled with admiration and selected with delight these Ellsworth Suits at $25.00. Suits that have the same general char acteristics for less and some of exquisite material and style at more. The Department Man agers' Sale is Goiifg Big. fie Fir 4 ii We have on 36th St. and 5th Ave., New York This firm is by far "the best creators of Fine Novelties in Fur Neckwear in this country. This is the first time this line has been shown outside of the largest cities, and we consider ourselves fortunate to be able to offer it to our patrons. If you are interested in Furs the line will be a revelation to you come in and see them. FUR COATS in all fashionable NECKWEAR and a wonderful collection . . . , . 1 17 IT BY Corner Michigan and V ayne Streets BrVr If you haven't that New Winter Coat it's Certainly Time you were getting it. And, the Ellsworth Store is the 6 Place Where' For, here are Coats of the Wanted Materials, Well Designed, Well Made, in the Desired Colors and with the Latest Style Touches at Reasonable Prices Very Reasonable? And, here we want to lay Particular Stress on the Coats for $25.00. Coats that are in every way Most Desirable at $25.00. arfJS BlllGHTlZST SPOT tN TOWN Event of the Season display and sale the entire !!, LEONARD SIMMON Furs . . . . . MUFFS MP Aft "Merode" Underwear. Nov. 3rd to Sth arc dates to be care fully noted by patrons or "Me rode" and prospective patrons. The week designated is to be 'Wlerode" week the time 01 the annual offering of women's and children's underwear from new and complete stocks. The Perfumes and Toilet Re quisites Department has moved up front. It's one of the best looking and best sections in the store, there just inside the front door. Goods that are Right and Prices that are the same. sample line of 0 $400-00 'up to &00 (pi ,v wwm SHOE CO. ninmniniinini