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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
Tiirnsn.w. iuxkmiskii 11. Your Money Goes Farther Here. ULJ? SOClAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN ' ' " t ... - Mrs. V. O. Williams ami .Mrs. li. Stovor h:iv br-n hi.t .-" s nt two charming .'ifiairs t I.h u-frk, nr.tcr taiiiin V'ln'-Ml;ty aft'-moon with a thiinMe fr o) Kuct.s ami Thursday af t rn-oi) ".ith a similar affair fT 4T. In buth a color j'h-m' of v-llmv ;inI vvhitr v. as ;irri ij m, th hous la--itiii :'!'- ti !' iirrar.K' 1 with clusters f y llo'.v chrysanthemum.-, and Aaron W.irJ. r".M i. A company of f i i nil.-; i!-hs. truly sariri-.-l Mr.--. !.1vM Winner Wcd u lay evening at h r norm on 10. V.lar sf.. in hnor of hrr lathd.iy unniv rsary. Thr evening was spent iP.formalh'. In a contest the favor went to .Mi.-s Iojothv Taylor. Dainty refreshments, w. er . d at the c los of the evening. .Mi-s Leono. ILutli Stair, 1:0- s Main t.. w;us juriri-l Wednesday evenini; by a party of 2 of her t'ri-nds who ailed at her home to helT) her Cele Mate lur l'-'th birthday anniversary. The owning was sjtent with ams and musie" ahd a hult'et sapj-er was served. Th hostess receive,! many i-eautifal gifts. The Wednesday cluh met yesterday afternoon with Miss Mae Walworth at her home on Waym st. Mrs. Walter Derr presented a paper on "IVru Urna" and Mrs. "leore P.. IJeitner on The leruian I'.xpf.ntion of 1 i 1 - . The club will ix i r tt naiu in one week with Miss Walwortn. Mrs. Dean Clark of South V.t nd. s ho is visiting friends in Syracuse, X. V.. has been honor u--t at several pleasant affairs this week, and others have !) t-n planned for lier. Tuesday venint Mr. and Mrs. James C. Traeey nt rtairo'd -4 quests nt a dinner d.uiee at the Sedgwick Farm cljh and Friday afternoon, Mrs. John (lihson Hazard Kavo a. luncheon at which cov ers were placed for 10. Mrs. C. M. Uldine, 117 .Michigan av.. was hostes.- to the l'leasaiit View W. . T. I'. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. L. Hull Raw a reading "The Mothers of Men", and during th h'liness meetirm th j-ociety decided to assist the Associated Fharitits in its Chri.-tinas work. The remainder of tile afternoon v. as Kpent with needlework. The n.-xt meeting will he the second Wediusda of January with Mrs. Hicks, (Ie eland av. With ojiiet 'eremony at the parson aue or Stull M. i:. rhunh Miss Mat. el Koe Jester, laughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Milton Jester 1'lt'i' s. Main st., and Artkur 1'. Hart were united in mar riatjM Wed'je.-d,ty enln hy the pas tor, ilev. .1. F. McKay. They were attended hy M Lss Marguerite Stull ;nd !lrurc Ilerer. The yount? oouplt will restfie :t the ii(,tiiC of the bride's pa cru. An auction of feminine partners for benetlt of the Children's dispensary fund and an exhibition of tango and hesitation step;- hy Prof. Peak of Niles and Miss Utsth Cohn ot South I lend were the interesting features oC the fortnightly dance of the married folks at the Commercial Athletic club Wednesday evening. The affair was delightful in every respect. Mattes' orchestra played fr the dancing and daintv refreshment were served. SOCIAL CLUBS Mrs. Kule Ht ehe of F. Colfax av. entertained the members of the Select Pedro club Wednesday aitrnoon. The favors at cards went to Mrs. Walter P.raunsdorf and Mrs. George Hildebidle. The hostess served dainty refreshments. The club will not meet again until after New Year's. .Members of the Sunshine club were g le-ts Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. William Schook of Sixth t., llivcr Park. A sewing contest vas a fea ture of the afternoon and favors went Mrs. Maude ami .Mrs. Henry I toc-tteher. J innej- was served at o'clock at a table prettily arranged in ;.iend r, the i lub color. Another meeting will be held in three weeks with Mrs. Jessie Tavlor. 1117 F. Sorin t. i The Violet dub was pleasantly en l rtained Wednesday afternoon hv .Mrs. John DeLa liter. 1517 Ottawa st. After the business meeting contests were held ami favors went to .Mrs. W. . Hosier and Mrs. Sylvester Uiit'el. Painty refreshments were srved. The club will meet in fuur weeks with Mrs. otto Dreger. F. Ohio st. Trie Diamond Avenue ThimMe club was entertained Wednesday afternoon .it the home of Mrs. Carter. 7l". Dia mond av. The afternoon was spent so cially and the hostess served delicious refreshments. The club will meet Jan. 11 with Mrs. Yph M naw, 7rj I iamond a v. The Women's Missionarv society of Westminster Presbyterian 'church 'will meet Friday atte. noon with Mrs. Al fred Peyrer. lne. Woodward av. The assisting hostes.- s w ill be Mrs. Kdwin Morse and .Mrs. A. I. Young. The i-'ocioIoLry club w ill met t at the V. M. C. A. t!i! e nir.g. The regu- i.ir study will be continued and the club w ill be addressed by a representa tive of Kpworth hospital. Tito Social Tvvehe dub maife up three tables at cards Wednesday aft ernoon at the home of Mr John llaney, 7U'. Hill st. The prie were -wn hy Mrs. James Scott. Mrs. Joseph l 'eck and Mrs. louis I .it ier. The l ib will meet Jan, .ith Mrs. Al- 1 "Tt Krauer. 7eC .South H-nd av The Independent club of the Wooa ::.eii circle enjoyed its Chritm:iJ meeting Wednesday at the home ot Mrs. Willis ra.ett. 710 Marietta st. I 'inner w as served at noon, covers hasii- ..-.-n placed for 1' 1 at a taMe nacetully arranged with red roses and cat nations. The afternoon was : nt socially, features of the em-r- inment being instrumental seba-tions Mioses Pll.i Murnhv and Mariorie " and o-ai nuuilrs Mrs. las ' ' ami Mrs. Jennie Ward. Ail the rs and three -u ts, Mrs. Iood Knox. Ind.. and the Miss.s Irene il- i n. and Porothy Wright. w re pies lit. The club voted $2 to the Iis-p-j;ary fund. The n-t regular meet :ag will be in four week- at the home "f Mrs. ileorge lirown. 114.: Vi.-tula Tlie Pythian ta was pleasantly n i rtained WcdiUi-day afternoon at the home of Mrs. I. X. Tagg.itt. ."!' Miehigan a v. The afternoon was spent ;th needlework and light refresh- tio Ills Wete ser-d. Tile lul will hold ;n all day met ting T iesia at he home of Mis. J. li. Henderson. cr i Oy. V f . V 7 p f DISCORD IN ROYAL HOME EITEL FREREDICK MAY -'- -V V -J' t , 'f" 'J- That the beautiful i'rincoss Kitel Frederick "wants to sue her husband, the emperor's .second son, for divorce is rumored about Herlin. From time nv Miis. i:iily imiXhEXiujiu;. For the gift candy box, as a final tidbit at a dinner or late supper, and as an addition to various desserts, candied fruits are a handy asset in the home storeroom. To buy these dainties in any great variety is far too expensive for the average housekeep er, so it will pay to learn how to pre pare them at home. CAM)Ii:i) NUTS. Ingredients One cup sugar, one quarter cup water, shelled whole nut Kernels. Method lioil sugar and water un til a little dropped into water becomes brittle and the mixture is just about to become tinged with color; set the mixture in a bowl of hot water. Then, with two forks or candy tongs, dip one nut at a time in the syrup and lay on waxed papers to cool. Work fast, a-s sugar is apt to harden; if it gets too stilt a few drops of hot water can be added. CANDini) PFKL. Method Scrub the fruit, then re move the peel in quarters, scrape out the white pulp, lay in cold water and cook until tender. Drain and cut in to strips one-quarter inch wide. Make a syrup of one cup of sugar and one half cup of water; when sugar is dis solved drop in the peel ami cook un til clear. Remove with a fork and coat witli line granulated sugar. This can be kept in a paper-lined tin box. cndii:i) oi:N;i:s. Method Carefully peel and divide seedless oranges into sections. Make a syrup of one cup of sugar and one half of water. When it has boiled ch ar drop In the oranges, let remain until clear, then take out carefully, irain well, then dip in bowl of granu lated sugar. Lay on waxed paper to drw cANiii:i ij:mons. Method Pari4 nice firm lemons, re 1114 S. Carroll st. The next regular meeting will be in two weeks with Mrs. E. J. Weaver, 210 E. Sample st. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Pusiness Oirls' chapter of the Westminster guild will hold a social ! anil business meeting Thursday even ing with Miss Almira Renas at the home of Mrs. Crawford Staples, till S. Main st. A reception for new candidates, will be held Friday evening by Fouth Pend hive. No. i. O. T. M., in Maecabee hall. The Frances Willard W. C. T. I', will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Hattie Heaver. 114 W. Proadway. Norman Eddy Sewing circle will hold its regular meeting Friday after noon in Norman Eddy hall. PERSONALS Miss I.eah Miller of Seattle. Wash., who has been visiting relatives and friends in South Rend, will return home Monday. Mis. Edna McConnell of New York fit V. is the gii st of Miss I,ouise Stude baker of W. Washington av. IIA.AR AND TEA. The Ladies' Aid society of the First PresM tcrian church w ill hold a bazar in the church parlors Friday after noon and evening, features of which will be a tea in the afternoon and a program in the evening, to which a general invitation is extended. We ale offering special inducements to school-, ottiees. etc.. buying candies in large quantities. The Philadelphia. Advertisement. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS ; .-V 'f' - a I i j, I . 'i . tl.:; , if) fs$&0i v v 'f y 'I' V V 1 V f T l ' J y IS RUMORED PRINCESS DIVORCE KAISER'S SON 5fC i'- ife V t. f - , to tlm. there has been much talk about the "domestic disscord" in Kitel Frederick's home, but the kaiser hat, o far, succeeded in keeping his son ind daughter-in-law together. moving all the white skin, cut into rounds, then make syrup and prepare as directed for oranges. suc;.iu:i popcoi;n Method Select good well-ripened corn. When all the corn is popped remove burnt or imperfectly popped kernels. Make a syrup as follows and mix through the corn until each ker nel is sugared and .separated. Ingredients for syrup Ono table spoon butter, three tablespoons water, one cup powdered sugar. Poil until it strings a thread, put in the corn, stir well and place in bowl or plates. vrui j :i r i : un i. Method Soak large free-stone prunes several hours, open one side carefully, hen slip out the stone. Now 1111 the cavity with any desired mixture of chopped nuts and raisins or finely minced candled pineapple and nuts. A little preserved ginger is nice added to some of these fruit fill ings. When prune is well filled press together and roll in tine granulated sugar, then lav on plates to dry. rilUIT LKATJIKR. Method Select a good grade of evaporated poaches or apricots; wash then steam half an hour in a sieve set over a kettle of boiling water, keeping it. covered. When soft have ready a plate of finely granulated sugar, press ard work in as much as the fruit will take up, roll again in the sugar and lay, Hattened out, on waxed paper to dry. POPCORN HALLS. Ingredients One and one-half cups maple, susrar substitute, one tablespoon vinegar. Method Poll syrup and vinegar until it becomes brittle if dropped in cold water; stir in enough perfectly popper kernels of corn to tako up the syrup; with buttered hands take por tions and form into balls and drap each in waxed paper. WE CAN ALL MAKE A MILLION SAYS BRYAN Secretary of State Declares it N Pos sible for Man to Earn $.0,000 a Year for 3:5 1-3 Years. NEW YORK. Pec. 11. Secy, of State William J. Pryan, "Wednesday in speaking before the clerical con ference of the New York Federation of Churches on the subject of "Fun damentals," declared that "it is pos sible for a man really to earn $20,000 a year for a life time of 33 1-3 work ing years, or a million dollars a life time." "Man does not work alone," Mr. Pryan said. "He works in conjunc tion with others and therefore an in telligent man should realize his rela tions to society. "How much can a man honestly collect from society? Only the sum that barely, measures the services he renders to society. And a man, and an honest man w ill not desire to col lect more than he honestly earns." Comparing the wealth of the rich est American, which lie estimated at $r.00.00,0Co, Secy. Pryan declared his belief that Thomas Jefferson and Abraham Eincoln rendered services to the wolrd that were worth im measurably more than that. WATERY MILK COTS HIM $ 10 .CHICAGO. Judge Neweomber re fused to believe the phvi that damp weather makes milk watery, and thud Itoman Michaelski. a milkman, on a charge of putting water in milk. pLAYwiunirr Dins. MANCHESTER.. Enp., Dec. 11.-- Stanley Houghton, well known Kn glish playwright, and author of "The Younger Generation." one of the comedy hits of the asnti in Indon. died at his home here Thursday. SJlOSriTAL BODY PICKS 0FFICEI1 St. Jofcpli Organization Decides to Postpone Campaign to Avoid Conflict. Director. were elected Wednes day afterncon at a meeting of the La dies' Aid society of St. Joseph's hos pital in the parlors of the Commerci-1 Athletic club. The business meeting was followed by two Interesting talks, c-ne on the history of hospitals by Jtev. John F. DeGroote, pastor of St. Pat rick's church, and ono on "Charity" by Hev. J. 1 Carroll, pastor of St. Joseph's church. Pleasing musical numbers which concluded tho pro gram consisted of vocal solos by Miss Josephine Decker, i violin solo by Mr. Isaac Kane Parks of Mishawaka and piano numbera by Miss Helen Guilfoyle. Tho .v.cle.ty had contemplated rais ing lunds lor tho furnishing of a sec ond charity ward but has decided to postpone its campaign in order not to conflict with that of Kpworth hos pital now in progress. Father Detiroote's talk was an in teresting sketch and development of the hospital as an institution from its earliest beginnings to the present time and he introduced many picturesque touches. Father Carroll took occas ion in his address to pay a tribute to the charitable work done by the kters at St. Joseph's hospital. The following are the directors elected: Mrs. F. C. Toepp, Mrs. P. (J. ('J!rin. Mrs. Flora Guthrie, Mrs. II. A. Lund', Mrs. T. K. Howard, Mrs. William Pentz. Mrs. Clement mogor, Mrs. George O'Brien, Mrs. George A. Haker, Mrs. Frank Major, Mrs. Ver non Hastings and Mrs. Frank lMlinski. TO AID HOLIDAY FUND Receipt Will be Used in Arranging Clirbtinas Tree and Gifts for Children. outh Pend's poor children will ben efit from the dance that the Elks have planned to hold on next Wednesday niht in the auditorium of the temple. The proceeds from it will go into tht. fund that is being raised to present the poor children with a Christmas tree and appropriate gifts. This is an annual event with the Flks, each poor child in the city whose poverty for bids the usual cheer of the .season be ing an honored guest on that day. Tickets will cost one dollar and every Elk and their friends are invited to attend. Members of the lodge and their families were entertained in the audi torium Wednesday night at an elab orate supper and program. There were about 250 present and after the supper games and dancing were en joyed. A special orchestra had been secured for the occasion. Thousands of pounds of Xnias can dies at Special Prices at The Phil. Advertisement. HONOR NOTRE DAME HEAD Notre Da mo to Pay Reflects to Father Cavanaugh Today. Notre Dame university held its an nual celebration Thursday In honor of the president of the institution. The faculty and senior class will at tended solemn high mass in cap and gown. After the mass, which was sung by Father Cavanaugh, a recep tion was Rendered tho president. In the afternoon the annual Presi dent's day play will be given by the Student's Dramatic association under the direction of Charlemagne Koeh ler, professor of elocution. Shake speare's "As You lake It" is the play that will be presented. Special Saturday Kibbon and Kin dergarten Candies l"c pound, at The Phila, Advertisement. Closing out sale of unredeemed pledges. Diamonds, watches and jewelry at Frank's Loan Dank, 331 S. Michigan st. Adv. If you want the BEST, the MOST ATTRACTIVE package or basket of candy go to The Philadelphia. They have the finest assortment in the city. Hdvertisement. LORD SUES HELL ON NOTE CHICAGO. Emma Lord is sueing Peter Hell, a saloonkeeper, on a promisory note, because Hell refus ed to advertise over the door of his place a whiskey in which Miss Lord was interested. DR. THOMSON'S EYE TALK (TALK NO. 212.) To Onf-oI-Town Readers I have a great many customers from out of town. I find on my rec ord looks the names of people living in Niles, Buchanan, ' Michigan City, New Carlisle. LaPorte, North Liberty, Plymouth, Elkhart and Goshen. I .also have customers' in Chicago, Battle Creek, Logans-port and Indianapolis. It is only necessary for you to como to my ottice in order to have your eyes fitted. P.y taking the measurements of your eyes and keeping the record I can keep you supplied with glasses. I have my own factory and in case your time here is limited I can get the glas.-cs 4lono for you on very short notice, loiter on if you break or lose them an order mailed to me will re ceive attention on the very first train. I keep complete records of every cus tomer that I have ever fitted and can make an exact duplicate at an ytime. I DR. H. A. THOMSON Not Oien on Wednesday Afternoons" 301 South Michigan St, Southwest Corner Wayne and Mkh. Practical Gifts This Year more people than ever are buying; Prac tical Useful Gifts. And, those who from day to day use this Helpful Store in solving their Christmas Problems find that Holiday Goods here are not only Practical and Useful but way above the average in Value. Gloves Nothing better than Gloves for the Mrs. Miss or Mister they're Practical and Useful. All kinds of gloves at all kinds of prices. If You're Puzzled Come Here. Gift Choosing is Easy at this Helpful Store. AUCTION OF PARTNERS AIDS THE DISPENSARY Men ray as High as Twenty-lit o Cents at Fortnightly Panex? at C. A. T. 1J a l ovel means $..10 vyh:j raised for the dispensary fund Wednesday i evening at the Commercial Athletic club. It was the occasion of the fort- j nightly dancing party of the married folka and fair partners were, placed at a premium in order to raise a contri bution for tho dispensary. A. F. Fisher served a? auctioneer and placed 250 mills as the high-?s:t sum to be bid. A lively f.ht for favorites ensued and "went like hot-cakes", every one bringinp the full amount. The Independent club of the Wood men circle which met Wednesday aft ernoon donated $2 to the dispensary. 11 v TIIK IIAXAX SlIOKS n Possess those extremely rare combinations style, n""" fit and service, which fur- niches three of the many n reasons for our phenom enal sale of this one make. d BEITNER'S 111 So. Mich. St. yiininininiiniHP in THE BIGGEST Value in the WATCH WORLD Waltham Railroad Special 16 size open face, 17 Ruby Jewels; adjusted to temperature and 4 positions. Cased in a stiffened Gold Case, warranted 20 years. Monogramed Free. Removal Sale Special Frank Mayr & Sons Co. 121 W. Washington Av. E3 $2So0 Furs at Low Prices Furs are Practical and Furs are Useful Furs are Practical and Useful Gifts. And, this Year Dependable Furs are Low with us. Here's our Price List: S 7.00 to S S.5o Neckpieces and Muffs . . . (U)o to 10.00 Neckpieces and Muffs . . . 12.50 to l.S.oo Neckpieces and Muffs . . . 18.00 io :o.oo Neckpieces and Muffs . . . 22.5o to 25.00 Neckpieces and Muffs . . . 27.50 to 32.50 Neckpieces and Muffs . . . 37.50 to 45.00 Neckpieces and MuiVs . . . 03. 5o to 05.00 Neckpieces and Muffs . . . Speaking of Practical Gifts Christmas Handker chiefs are here in all Their Glory a great assortment. Bernese, Ardinnes and Maderia Hand Embroidered and Colored Embroidered Handkerchiefs; the new widei hemmed with colored Initial, also dainty glove Handker chiefs, Large assortment for 25c each. All Linen Handkerchiefs Embroidered corner in colors and white, 15c each. Handkerchiefs, Embroil dered and Lace Trimmed fancy colors, another special at lie Fancy box Handkerchiefs at 75c, $1.00, $1.19, $1.50 a box. The New Wide Hem Handkerchiefs with Hand Em- broidered Corners, 65c, 50c, and 35c. Plain Wide Hem i Handkerchiefs for both men and women at 50c and 25c. . Crochet Edged Handkerchiefs in colors, 35c, three for $1.00. A line assortment in the new Side Effects at Various Prices. 1t THG BrZfGKTZ&T SPOT tH TOWN SWANK DRY CLEANS SUITS, $1.00. i:ithor Tidies or fiont's. We Call Anywhere Phone Is. A" - i ' - - - - - - - r "FORGED OUT" SALE j PUBLIC DRUG STORE r4 TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS T"1 'rri no n r ml r. On account of the continued moderate weather we find we are more heavily stocked with Furs than we like We hope to effect a quick clearance by a sharp cut in price NOW instead of waiting as usual until Jan. 1st. Notice the Values Listed $50.00 Pony Coat $31.50 $125.00 Seal Coat $87.50 $75.00 Pony Coat, Civet collar $50.00 $25.00 Kit Coney Set $15.00 $87.50 Sitka Wolf Set $50.00 $75.00 Mink Set $50.00 $115.00 Scotch Mole Set $75.00 $65.00 Cross Fox Set $37.50 $30.00 Natural Lynx Set $19.50 $17.50 Black Opossum Set $11.00 $30.00 Blue Wolf Set $22.50 $90.00 Real Mink Set $65.00 $27.50 Red Fox Set $19.50 Every Piece Guaranteed Perfect. Cor. Michigan . .$ 5.00 . . 7.50 .. 10.00 .. 15.00 .. 19.75 . . 25.00 . . 32.50 . . 50.00 M IS POIt.V. Word lias l't'fii received in Sv.ith IVnd of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. lhuiy 1 . Johnson of Nor folk, Va.. formerly of South Ilend. Horn to :lr. ru.i .Mrs. Jaroh Sonsley. Carroll st., daughter, l-c. '.. Watches Cor rectly Repaired and Guaranteed Work fihopj rnS floor QeT.tor Serried CLAUER'S c M ft and Wayne Sts. it