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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
THURSDAY, XOVOIIIKR 13, lOl.t " ' I SOCIAL AND 0 THERINTERES TS. OF WOMEN - : The Childn n of Mary of St. Pat rick's Catholic .church will entertain with ;i kiteh n shower Friday evening complimenting Mi.-.- (Iraee Hartzr, vhe marriage to Mr. Fitzgerald will tak plac: Monday. The affair will b" irhen In the library of .St. Patrick's school. The Circle of Mercy k'.ivo a delight ful card party Wednesday evening in American hall to rat.c funds to carry on tho charitable work of the organ ization durinr; th- season. Two hund red and fifty Ruests were recent and ;0 tables wire Idled at cards. The evening wa.s spent with pedro and tive hundred and the favors were won "by Mr.s. Harry Crockett, Mrs. John Lane Mrs. John Hayes, Mrd. P. Millea, Mrs. II. J. Twomey, Mrs. F. Markus. Mrs. Jeor;,'e Moore and Miss Nell; Turner, J. A- Kaufer, William Donahue, K. J. Twomty, J. J. (Khrlni,'. I H. Uoh erts, D. J. McNamara, George Dona hue, A. J. Reunion and Charles Ilos. Forty couples were present at the dancing party driven Wednesday even In by the married folks of the Com me rclal-Athletic club. Mattes or chestra played the program. In two weeks they will entertain with an old- fashioned barn dance. The will dresj in country fashion. guests tvr. and Mrs. J. U. Ucrtelin Invitations Wednesday for' thi issued wed- ding oT their daughter, Hildegarde, to John Patrick Hayes. The ceremony will take place at 9 o'clock in the morning, Nov. 20. at St. Patrick's church and will be followed' by a re ception at the home of the bride's parents, 215 S. Taylor st. One of the delightful events Wednesday -w.'s the tea given by of Mrs. J. U bailors, 122'J Vistula av., for her fcister. Miss Netta Muessel, a bride of next week. Mrs. William Crum and Miss Fannie Hardy poured at a table prettily arranged In yellow and white with a centerpiece of yellow and white pon pon chrysanthemums in a bronze basket. Mrs. Jay Harris and Mrs. O. H. Sailors assisted in the dining room. Another of the delightful affairs for Miss Muessel will be a dinner at the Oliver hotel Friday evening given by the Phi Sigma sorority. Mrs. 1 S. Fickenpcher read an In teresting paper on "Our State" Wed nesday afternoon at the meeting of the history department of the Pro gress club and chapters seven and nine of the text were discussed. The department will meet again in two weeks. The Wednesday club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Fdmer Crockett, 127 W. Colfax av. Mrs. ft corse Yi. Ueitner led in the discussion of the Panama canal, the topic proving most interesting. The club will meet with Mrs. Crockett again next week. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Kindergarten Teachers associ ation will hold a meeting Monday aft ernoon at 4 o'clock in the rooms of the Kindergarten Training school in the Melville building. Th" Woman's Missionary society of Westminster Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. (f. C. Harding, MO Iceland av. Mrs. W. S. Sto'iffer and Mrs. Henry Martin will be the assisting hostesses. A spe cial invitation to attend has been ex tended to the ne wmembers of the church. The regular family night of Commercial-Athletic club will h.dd Friday evening. Nov. Jl. A sical program is being prepared the occasion. the be 3 CHURCH AFFAIRS The teachers of the Colfax school Were entertained Wednesday after noon by the members of the Pleasant View W. C. T. IT. at tluir regular meeting at the home of Mrs. J. W. Averv. Sherman av. Through the ef forts of the state W. T. U. scientific temperance has come to be taught in the public school aiul each year when 1 "T a ci D n The Spirit of Youth 'npHE American Girl wears Dorothy Dodd A- Shoes because they are becoming to youth. Her mother wears them and shows the spirit of youth. Dorothy Dodd Shoes give ease to the foot. They give it freedom, and conserve energy. More than that they have style and wear ing qualities. s U a ,.11111 P rap ; 1 V W a r 1 a tzzzzzzz 'I CHRISTMAS ONLY 43 DAYS OFF SOUTH BEND GIRLS AND WOMEN SHOULD JOIN "SPU6" CLUB i ' i ' ' i v ' ' v ' ' ' v 'i ' 'i- 'i- , j f , ,c ,.c , i , , , v T, - , , v. ' : ; ,' .- a .... .-. s -r,. . ; . . .. , -. .- T w I ;s j I ':v'VVy v -vt if ft - --v vVv i If I J "vv r ' v; ;mv:V Jl i i , '""r -i- iC I - III w 141' - MILS. AUGUST 15ELMOXT IN OFHCKS OF CLUI1. Are you a SPUG? If not, why not. This is the question that is being asked a number of Chicago girls fol lowing the letter sent out by Mrs. August Belmont. Christmas is only 50 days off. It is planned to enroll a membership in the Society for the Prevention of U.'eless f Jiving, which was formed a year ago to put a stop to the tender of useless Christmas gifts by those who could not afford them. Working girls ar among the principal members of the club. The following is the main clause of the by-laws, which sets forth most plainly the object for which the SPITGS are organized: "The object of this society shall be to eliminate by co-operative effort the custom of giving indiscrinwirately at Christmas, and to further in ev ery way the true Christian spirit of unselfish and independent thought, good will and sympathetic understanding of the real needs of others."" scientific temperance is the general topic for discussion a group of teach ers is invited to the meeting. At yes terday's meeting, also a "win one" campaign was launched, each member undertaking to win at least one new member by the first of the year. Tho program consisted of the fol-1 lowing numbers: Reading. "The In iluence of the Teacher in the Home", Mrs. J. C. Otis; scientific temperance question box; piano duet, Dorothy Hull and Fay Otis. Refreshments fol lowed the program. Mrs. Avery was assisted by Mrs. K. L.. Hull. Mrs. J. C. Otis and Mrs. Henry Mitchel. The next meeting of the union will be with Mrs. C. N. Uldine, 1407 Michigan av., Dec. "10. The Pleasant View W. C. T. IT. held a regular meeting Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. J. W. Avery, 619 Sherman a v. SOCIAL CLUBS The Diamond Avenue thimble met Wednesday evening 'with Mrs. Otho Dalrymple. After a short business session the afternoon was spent with needlework and dainty refreshments were served. The club will meet again Nov. 20 with Mrs. Frank Keller, 742 Diamond av. The Hed Hand club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Mary Schmidt, ?17 Linden a v. In contests favors were won by Mrs. I... G. McDaniel and Mrs. Orie Poyer. The club will meet in one week with Mrs. William Weber, 2221 Linden a v. Mrs. J. O. Jellison. 22S K. Broad way, entertained the members of the Pythian tea yesterday afternoon at her home. Tne afternoon was spent at needlework and the hostess served delicious refreshments. The next meeting will be In four weeks with - "' 3 a n M n 1 f The new styles are now ready. $350 'to $522 Exclusive Agency Union Shoe Co, 1 3 a Mrs. Q. X. Taggart, 510 Michigan av. Members of the Select Pedro cluh were guests Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. E. Spangle, 62G S. Michigan st. Three tables were hilled at cards and favors went to Mrs. Charles Embick, Mrs. li. M. Cox and Mrs. Anton May erhoffer. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Frank Steiner, 706 N. St. Joseph st. The Violet club was Wednesday afternoon by Hosier, 4 03 E. Ohio st. noon was spent at cards entertained Mrs. O. A. The after and prizes were won by Mrs. .Ell Spencer and Mrs. A. Drejer. The hostess served dainty refreshments after the games. In two weeks the club will meet with Mrs. Fred Dietel, 1023 E. Quimby jst. The Social Twelve club held its fortnightly meeting Wednesday after noon at the home of Mrs. Frank P. Ohmer, 1155 Portage av. At cards favors were awarded Mrs. George Wood, Mrs. Albert Krauser and Mrs. John Howard. The next meeting of the club will be Nov. 20 with Mrs. Albert Lent, 10'J Stull st. ' Members of the Sunshine club were entertained Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Nimtz, 918 X. Adams st. A social time was held and a lunch served. In a week the club will meet at the home of Mrs. John Rab bit, South Bend av. and Hill st. KLLSWOItTirS VKUY SPECIAL. Itl'G OFFKH. Four Patter. - 9x12 Seamless Scotch "Wilton Rugs, rvular prices $50.00 Special Price $33.00. Three . Patterns S-3xl0-0 Seamless Scotch Wilton Rugs, regular price $43.00 Special Price $31.30. Advt. The Ellsworth Store. t . LAIIi:S' TAILORING. I am now located at 126 E. Jeffer son, where I will be pleased to see my friends. See my new patterns for fail suits and coats. Special offer: Dur ing November, where customers fur nishes cloth, will make suit and fur nish trimmings and best linings for $19. Louis Slutsky, formerly of Slutsky Bros. Telephone Home 6421. Bell 1 132. Advt. SATURDAY COAT DAY ELLS WORTH'S. ..ew Coats. Over 500 of Them. Just Received. Our Prices will Sur prise, So Low. Details later. Advt. The Ellsworth Store. DR. THOMSON'S EYE TALK . (TALK NO. 109.) Again. I have talked a good deal about poorly fitting- frames but I want to mention them once mre. I never go dpon the street but I meet people with frames thrft are out of all proportions to their faces. Lots of them are peo pe who would not wear an imperfectly fitting dress or suit under any circum stances. I believe that badly fitted glasses Took worse than badly fitted clothing'. Every pair of glasses ought to be selected according to the face that Is to wear them. Some look better In eye glasses, some In riding frames. Some look better in rimless glasses' others with rims. A small face does not kick well with large lenses nor a large face with small. Every pair of glasses that I sell is fitted according to the person who is to wear them. I aim to make them becoming as well as serviceable. With my experience in this work I can de cide at once what style of frame will suit you best. DR. H. A. THOMSON "Not Open on Veinclay Afternoons 301 South Jllchlgan St. Southwest Corner Wayne ind Mich. HOSTESS B 0N5 HI JAPANESE Luncheon in Style of Flowery Kingdom Offers Many Pos sibilities. The woman who delights to enter tain her friends will find that the Japanese luncheon offers a wide scope for any originality she happens to possess. A visit 'to the shop where Japan ese wares are sold will supply you with all the requisites f5r a luncheon of this variety. Purchase sheets of rice paper decorated with scenes from the Flowery Kingdom, and on those write the invitations. If you desire to have your guests attired in the costumes of Japan, state the request in the invitation. Decorate the home with chrysanthe mums, cherry blossoms or iris, the flowers nhvnvs nssorinterl ivitH Tnnnn and have the light supplied by the Japanese paper lanterns. Have Japanese screens, parsols and banners play a conspicuous part in .he decorations. Japanese table cov ers of crepe, decorated with a printed design in delft blue, are artistic and should be used for th lay-cloth. These come in several designs; name ly, iris, peacock, cherry blossom and bamboo. One of the most important features of the table decorations is the center piece. . Several suggestions are given below: A Japanese vase of green pottery covered with brown willow is filled with wistaria, which falls gracefully over the sides of the vase. Another vase is filled with the delicate pink cherry blossoms. A third center piece shows a fiat Japanese bowl placed ina basket of brown willow. From this in realistic, graceful beauty grow violet iris. A tiny Japanese maid sits on the handle of the basket. A Japanese parsol is used to ad vantage in the last centerpiece. It is placed in a tall, slender vase wreathed with cherry blossoms, and from each rib of the parasol is hung a small Japanese lantern. To produce the best effect have these alternatingly red and yellow, and place a candle wiuuii. w nen inese are lit me re sult is altogether satisfying-. The Japanese porcelain and china enjoy a world-wide fame, and use no other variety at your luncheon. It is not expensive and there is an un limited variety of designs to choose from. The blue and white, plain 1 A. . 1. -1 green iin niue iris ana uuii gray with a bamboo tractive. design are very at- A pretty tea service Is of the latter variety, and the. tray is woven of the Japanese rushes. ' To serve tea in a dainty manner, have a young lady or your maid dress in the picturesque nttire of the Jap anese maidens and pour the tea for each guest. The place cards should be tied to the miniature Japanese, parasols, and appropriate favors, such as fans, jade bracelets, carved ivory or rose jars, should be presented to the guests. Hum Japanese incense, for its. pungent odor is delightful and gives a distinctly oriental atmosphere. At the importing houses can be pur chased salted plums, pickled lish, rice, salads, and all varieties of de licious preserved fruits and fancy sweet cakes. This menu is suitable for the Japanese luncheon: Salted Plums Chicken Rice Sushi Kuri-kinto PreseiTed Fruits Fancy Cakes Tea Salted Plums The Japanese always begin and end a feast with salted plums. The chicken m'ust be picked from the CHRISTMA: Greeting Cards We are now showing a beautiful assortment of engraved Xmas Cards and . suggest :st that those desir such cards should ing place their orders earl-. FRANK MAYR & SONS CO. Dependable, One Price Jewelers, and that One Price in Plain Figures. U ininininnnih There are no smarter shod women in town than those we have fitted (and fitted as they should be) with the 1X)ST1IR and 1IANAN shoe. And there are none who walk so joy fully. BEITNER'S SONS 111 So. Micldgan St. 3 n n f 111 So. Micldgan St. j ininiiininianinp Coat Over Coats on Sale Saiur day Morning at Prices Surprisingly Low Intrinsic Coat Values Obvious Coat Sav ings Details Tomor row Friday. bones, for meat is never served with the bones. To make sushi, boil a half cup of rice with two tablespoonfuls of chop ped preserved ginger. Then this is cold mold it into cakes two inches long and one Inch wide, flattened on the top. Then cut a half pound of fish into narrow strips, boll and add a small bottle of Japanese sauce, Men's 59c; Ladies 39c. Boys 59c; Misses' 39c. Children 29c. s Men's Rubber Boots $1.98. WHY PAY MORE? 4 We carry the largest and most complete line of rub ber footwear in the city. G.R. Kinney & Co. 116-122 E. Wayne St. :Sofctti"Rencr- A Watch You Will Be Satisfied With Yo;i are going to like t e South I'enJ watch immensely when you first it teeauo of its smart find st.vlish apjararn-e. Hut the lest of it is that you will jrrow moro fonl vf it enoh sufeI!ng year b-vrmse of the wonderfully nccunte and dur able service It will render you. BRACEI PT WATCHES t ' in r-i li r 3 I i r.racelet watches are very popular, now. We have theui in very attractive dtsijrss at $10 and up. CLAUI- R'S 3-Floor Jewelry Store t4 c ft RUBBERS 3 x'? ! I n m ? i LI J Day Saturday 500 Sample which can be obtained at the shops where these articles are sold. Cool the fish and serve a strip on the top of each rice cake. Kuri-kinto is made by boiling a quart of Spanish chestnuts until they are tender and ?oft. Hull enough sweet potatoes to make a quart when mased. .From the chestnuts pick a FECIAL ALE Of This is ideal weather for Furs; so just at the proper time we offer a list of Special Bargains in handsome sets anJ separate pieces that can not be surpassed in perfection of fur in real value. 3 35.00 Jap Mink Set $24.95 25.00 Kit Coney Set 18,50 85.00 Sitka Wolf Set 55.00 115.00 Blk Lynx Set 87.50 25.00 Red Fox Set 18.50 50.00 China Wolf Set 32.50 35.00 French Mole Set 26.50 60.00 Scotch Mole Set 50.00 55.00 Silver Beaver Set 40.00 50.00 Hudson Seal Set 40.00 New Cutaway 45-in. Coat of Flat Silkv Pony $39.50 With fashionable Civet collar $57.50 Made of finest quality Russian Seal $75.00 Come in and inspect UVJ COR. MICHIGAN frJl- If cupful of unbroken meats and put the remainder through the mash r. Mix these with the washed potato. and add the whole chestnuts. I have moved my tran:-lVr and storage otlice to 127 W. Jelf. Illvd. Jerry Moore, Home phone My,; Hell 3114. Advt. n these bargains. & WAYNE.