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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
MONDAY. MAKCII 1911 1 H SOCIAL AWD OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN H I Rug Sale Now On. SOCIETY Mni'"rs r.f the A. K. eluh wor" fusta Monday veniiiic at thf horn' f Mi.-s Lph:i Ik-n, 21 I S. Lafayett ft. After a hort lm.ine? pin a eoci.ll hour v.a.s enjoyed during vhi h Mis Tillie Ka.iht- ac a piano num '..er nnd Miss Mahl Frame a vocal so lo uv.tl the MostS! serveil Jainty re fivshments. Th- eluh will meet in two w "'ks with .Miss rram Main t. Twenty-fiv- members of the I.alie.' Aid society of the Trinity I'-reshy-terian ehureh suceef ully surpril Mra. .Maty H. (;ib?on Monday after iioon in nonor of her birthday anni pr?nn. Mrs. Klizabeth Low, whose birthday also fell yesterday was an other Kurst of honor. Thf afternoon was pent informally and tlelieious re 1 rshrr!'nt were served. Both Mr?. Gibson and .Mr?. Love were, recipients of a number of pretty piftP. " MiJfs Kva Wirier. S. Iifayette St., entertained the members of the Mon day afternoon lub yesterday after nonn. Anionc: her n nests were Miss flrtrude Vii;in of Calumft, Mich., who is visiting Mrs. Charles Wirier and Mis Janet Brown of Osajje, la.. hous- bursts of Mrs. F. A. Stephen- eon. Miss Allcna Grafton, international srretary of fjirls' work of tho Chris Tion f hurch addressed younpr wom n of the First Christian church Mon day evening at a pla?ant social u.Ttlierin at the humw of Mrs. K. XV. Taylor on Howard yt. The result of the meetinc: was the- addition to the c ircle of seven new members. Miss Maud" Yutinp. president of the so eiety, presided and Misf KUzabeth Kopscay sang several solos. Miss Crafton will .speak this evening in Klkhart and will return to her home In Indianapolis from there. One of the most delightful meet-1 Injrs of the sea-son for the O. F. S. aux iliary w.-us that of Monday afternoon at the 'Masonic club rooms, when an unusually pleasing musical program added to the pleasure of the after noon. The hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Flora Thomas, Mrs. Cora Harton, Mrs. Dora Lay, Mrs. Mary Keller and Mrs. Fdith Dates. The program consisted of recitations by Miss Hess Hosrue. Mi?s Ruth llerrick nnd Mrs. IoIIommedleu: a Rroup of vocal numbers by Mrs. Mohn of Her iin Spring. puc?t of Mr?. Lay: piano holoH hy Miss ICuss nnd Miss BriSK. Mrs. Florence Bronner played the ac companiments for the vocal numbers. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses following the pro gram. In two weeks the auxiliary will be entertained by -Mesdames Kva Nice ly, Klla Ftultz Martha Loir-rhman, Abbie Loufhirian and Miranda Xor ris. Th current events department of the Progress dub held a well attend ed meeting Monday afternoon. The feature of the afternoon was a paper on "The Inefficiency of Our Navy," by Mrs. F. L. Sims. Members of Canton No. 3, Odd Fel lows, and their wives, surprised Mr. and Mrs. T. If. Cleyer. 7 4 U Geor av., Monday evrntn. Tho evening was spent at cards and a liht supper was served. Announcements The Ladies Aid society of Munson hapel will j;ive a hard times supper .-nd "raK-t'ine party" 'Wednesday evening at (ii'AO o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ora Taylor on the Division st. x oad. The meetinc: of Mrs. .chlacter's division of the Indies' Aid society of thA First ttapttst i hurvh announced lor yesterday will take place next -Monday at the home of Mrs. Robert Doty on Monroe st. The Thursday club w hi-h was to have met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. U. Kelley. will meet instead with Mrs. Charles Caskill, o 5 F. Monroe ?t. The As Von Like It club will meet this eeninc at the home of Miss Anna Stantield. 1 "J 4 S. William St., when the eluh will be addressed by JJabbi Abraham Cronhach. The History department of the Irojr- ress club will meet Wednesday after noon to take up the study of the In diana state government. Chapters U ?. and 2 4 of the text will be discussed and Mrs. Floyd Peahl will rt'iid U paper on "The Various Courts of In diana and Their Jurisdiction". The Shakespeare cirele wdl meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. H. Ilruer. !a3 W .Colfax av. The Iadies Aid society of Crace 1 :vanrelievl church will hold an Im portant meeting Wednesday afternoon promptly at '2 o'eb'ck at the home of Mrs. Charles Tridle. C i Drick a . The election of ott'K-rs will be held. Personals Maurice F. Odlnicr, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. 1 f.dlmer. left Monday for ahinuto:i. 1 ). t. to spend the snm itifr with his untie. M. r. llarman. I"Hthr Arthur l'.arry O'Neill ef Notre Dame unnersitv returned Of The Better Sort. Men's hih grade shoes, all styles and leathers, at 52.45 to 04.0Q UNION SHOE CO.'S shoes embody the elements of Style combined with Comfort and Service at a Popular Price. You can pin your faith fair ly to them. I: very man will wear them eventually, why not now? Li HAPPIEST WOMAN IN WASHINGTON IS WIFE OF DE SAULLES, NEW MINISTER TO URUGUAY Sy 'tz . y ,,. 7 '- -'- ' ' - v. h a 'i : v : f J5 Y ' : -v ' " ::s:r vm tmzm r t-t, - .-r ' .c "': s. . . .--j-' ; - v. - . -.-'-- -i-'. ' . .V - v, . ,. ., -.v-V '. ' . '....: .' . i ' V ..'.. '. f-j N-. :'.. v. " ; 'i It v Av'iVVV m-v ;::;;,-': '?rc . ;:l, VVV ;''; V- .'-,.' pv Sirs John Mil. AND 'MRS. JOHN D. I)K SAFI.LI. WASHIN(JTOX. D. C. Mrs. John L. De Saulles says she is the happiest woman in Washington, for she is going back to the land of her people, South America. Her husband has been named hy President Wilson to be min ister to Uruguay. The couple will leave very shortly for the new post. Mrs. De Saulles is the daughter of a rich Chilean. She spent five years in Chili and says she knows Uruguay to be a lovely country in which to live. STATE PICKS WOMAN TO DO FARM WELFARE WORK WILL LECTURE TO FARMERS' WIVES e Special Correspondence. PHILADlCUMtiA. March 21. Mrs. Jean Kane Koulke is Pennsylvania's woman farm adviser and she says that farmers' wives are not on the job. She is the only woman on tho state board of farm advisers which was es tablished by tho legislature in 1913. A part of her duty is to talk to and with farmers' wives for their own welfare and interest. "Any woman on a farm." says Mrs. Koulke. "he it wife, mother, sifter or housekeeper, ought to know all the business that is going on about the farm. Too often 1 find they do not know." Monday evening from Columbus. O.. where he spent the week-end tilling several lecturo engagements. Julius Stein, a student at Chicago university, is spending the spring va cation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Stein. 1U0S W Washington av. BOY SCOUT HIKERS ON WAY TO WASHINGTON STOP IN SOUTH BEND i Kobert drover and W. L. Krickson. in advance of a squad of Boy Scouts tramping from Denver to Washington, arrived in South Bend Tuesday morn iing on the !ast half of their journey to the east. They were joined here shortly after noon by the other mem bers of the party, thirteen in all, and made this their headquarters for the day. planning to leave South Mend eerly Wednesday on their way east. According to their story the boys were part of a Buffalo Bill show which went stranded in Denver last August. The party then numbered l'4 and their capital amounted to Sl.DI Tbe.y started to hike for the east and as they made enough money to send a member home they drew straws to see which left the patty. The party spent the winter in Chicago, and are now on their way east. The party supports itself by giving an exhibition on street corners. The ultimate plan of the boys is to go into vaudeville, after completing the hike. RELEASE TWO SUSPECTS Polite rind Icm Arc Not Wanted I lantern Uitit's. , Ill Jcdm Harr and John Heck r, the tw o men picked up as suspects as they were arrested hy police in eompanv of -r..iItiniore" H.Nl Kelly and t'harles Myers, who were wanted in Sandusky. .. ft i j- the murder of Mose Price, a J.ake Shore detective, were released hy th police Tuesd.i niornini; after an in estimation had been made . It was believed the two m.-n wer u anted in eastern cities. WOE GO. S: t w. . , " t .''s'.'v :.;;: x-x.. if: ;;:x,'';:;:r:-,:;,iv.; X:- .': ' ;x -V ..' :.V.;::.-r.vXvX.'.v. X;.:.o::;. - V '.v - . vs.. MliS. JEAN" KANi: rOUI.KK. COMK AM) TALK WITH Till-: i:X- it:kt in HAii:niu:ssix(;. The demonstration now on is con duced ly the largest importers of human hair uoods in America. Kvery sw'i'di is guaranteed clean, sweet and sanitary. I-.very shade and color of human haid is in this collection and particular attention is tailed to the perfect shades of ilrah, uray and real w hit'. Adv. The Kllsworth Store. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. UK. lHUMfdUfi S EYE TALKS (TALK No. 2S8) Headaches There is no doubt that more than j half the cases of chronic headache in me worm can ne cured wim siisses. Statistics say sixty percent. I do not mean that they can be cured by put tins on just any kind of glasses glasses that have been carelessly or incorrectly titted. The fact that you have tried k lasses, or even that you aro wearing glasc now. and mill hovn Vi -4 f I ii n f c lto4 not c i n ! f f lii t I , classes will not cue you. The glasses ! ; must oc i;iutti. ine iocus or each '. Inns must tf n hxdutelv correct If i j you have astigmatism the axis of the i cylinder must not vary even five do- gt-fs. If there is a difference in your two eyes that diiTcrer.ce must be fig ured out to the smallest fraction and the i yes placed in perfect harmony. There must not be the slightest dis turbance in the adjustments of the delicate muscles that control th ac tion of vision. It is thos disturb ances in harmony ami adjustment that cause nerve strain and head ache. If you have headaches; I shall be ulad of the opportunity to tell you honestly whether I can jive you re lief. 1 will not sell you a pair of glasses under anv circumstances if yoa do not need them. DR. H. A. THOMSON ot ihm'ii on Vdnotlay AftcrnotuM 301 Sout! Michigan St. Suthet Corner Wayne and .Ml'li. - ' ? - ;i ',X-J TOD AYS III'AIIIKX.KAM. In treating a burn exclude the air with a thin jiaste made with water and cooking soda, starch or Hour. Smear this mixture on a cloth and cover the injured sur face thoroughly. If these are not available, use vaseline, bird or clean grease. Do not use carbo lized grease. Hums with acid should be treated with a lime wash made of lime scraped from the wall and thrown into water, or soapsuds, or milk or magnesia. Alkali burns should be wash ed with vinegar or lemon juice or hard cider. LODGE NOTES M. v. or A. Three applications for membership ' were received and three candidates received the short form decree last night at the regular meeting of the .Modern Woodmen of America in Slick's hall. After the business ses- sion a social evening was enjoyed and! light refreshments served. The com-! mittee took action on the count v c-oii- ! vention to be held in Click's hall A m il ! I lor tne purpose of determining the delegates to the national convention this coming summer. Thirty-nine delegates from chapters in St. Joseph county will be present, plans for an old-fashioned initiation are bein made for the next regular meeting. c;i-:t two applications. The Woodmen of the World. South Rend. Xo. '2$, received two applica tions for membership last ni-'ht ar the regular weekly meeting in W o W. hall. i:i:.rL.K mkltinu The L. ). O. M.. Xo. held the- regular weekly meeting in Place hall last night. URGES FARMERS TO PAY ATTENTION TO BUILDING UP SOIL That an effort be made to use a more conservative regulation of the arrangement of crop rotation for the purpose of building up worn out land, was urged by Ceorge Hepb r. farmer and secretary of the county farm bu reau, at a meeting of the Penn town ship farmers today. John S. Bordner. county agent, and nepier made the trip to the regular I session or the Penn school organiza tion and Hepler was the principal speaker. He showed the farmers that tho reconstruction of their old worn out soils is material to increasing the value of the lands and to making bet ter farm conditions in St. Joseph coun ty. He urged that efforts be made to put the soil in condition to produce the largest output possible. He gave a brief outline of the care of ho ;s. Hepler is a successful stock raiser nnd he grave the farmers many impoitant points, and asserted that the proper care of this animal is as essential as the good care of a horse or an other animal. Special efforts are being made b.v Bordner to get the farmers to use ex tra precautions in selecting seed corn this year and special trios are being made to several ; of the j arger farms In an effort to help the producer make the selections. APPEAL JUSTICE CASE Sevk to Kt'nf DrcMon in I'aor of Klmer Cole. An auneal from the dec: - m of .ln- 'tire A. X. J lihlehrand in ! :! in-' for the defendants in the suit of .l;un and Mary How against Elmer (.'oyle in the Miit hroimht t regain possession of the How farm and to collect Si'rtO J damaKos. was Jiletl Tuesduv in su perior court The plaintiffs allege that thev leased the farm to Coyle in .Alan li, l'.ii:,. and inai wnen mo years lease ran out in 1914. Coyle. refused to jiv. up the farm. They brought suit ami wore defeated, the court awarding: the costs to the defendant. iisti:i: iiai)ki:k('iiii:i s at I.LLSWOIITirs. It's a great sale of handkerchiefs that we're putting on. Never such handkerchief values. Von can huv ( them hy the one. the dozen, a hundred ; at a tune or by the thousand. Sale ! starts Thursda.v. lAdv. The Kllsworth Store. The Biggest Thing Out in Clocks Now in Our Window CLAUER'S 3-Floor Jewelry Store. M Ij Ladies' Velvet Baby Doll Pump. S2.00 value, 98"c. Boys' Gun Metal, button and bluchers; SI.75 values $1.23. Little 4U)s' Gun Me:al Shoes, button aiui' blucher. 1.5u values. 98c. KINNEY'S Big 98c and $1.9S Shoe Store. 116-122 E. Wayne St. tni Housekeepers ! those who have made and those who are now making their Spring Housecleaning Plans. To all such to all Housekeepers this is a Money Saving Message from a Helpful Store. And, in this Message the Prices Speak for Themselves. 1 f;r.-V x V ' i.r-H X'. r i Sj.M) to S4oo tne pair at $2.55 a pair. In yardage material for curtains, we're especially well prepared, a fine assortment at low prices. Look at the following notations: Regular 35c marquisette, lo inches wide', highly mer merized at 25c yard. Regular 30c marquisette, highly mercerized at 20c yard. Madras, regular 25c, at I9cyd. 36 inch net, reg ular 1 5c at 1 lc yard. 28 inch net at 10c yard. A Special lot of odd Curtains, one pair to a pattern at half price. Curtain Stretchers, 75c, Sl.oo and $l.5o, stationary or adjustable pins. Bedding at Special Prices, Now. ov is tiu: timi-: to ntv Yorit i: sri:it suit at i:i.Lsoin irs. Xew suits from Xcw York from the foremost makers of New York are arriving daily. You should ee them. And just this word of advice, the alteration department is very husy so if you want to he sure of your suit for liasler have it ready and wait inr luiv now. Adv. " The i:ils'vorth :tore MAY ASSISTANT IN TKKASlTtY. WASHINGTON. March 2. William r ..Malhurn, of Denver Colo., was Tuesday sworn in as assistant seere-ta-'v of the t reasury. suoceediliff Chns. S. Hamlin as assistant secretary in charge of the customs service. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. t it r 6 1 l I 13 5U1 A special effort will be made in Suits all week. Those wishing their new garments Easter should make selection now while the line is strongest and alterations can be made skilfully and promptly. SUITS in all the new Silks and crepe linbhed wool materials and the fashionable colors the new blues and greens are wonderful. Short, fluffy Jackets in Bolero, Ifton and Flare effects Skirts that are marvelous in conception with Bouffant drape Minaret ef fects single, double and triple tunics and new peg top styles. The best designers in New York have contributed their bet to this line while styles conform t correct ideas, thev do so with re- - linement and good taste. Price 15.00 19.50 25.00 29.50 and up. LUNDY Curtains One of the very prob able needs Curtains. And, here's where the Ells worth Store can Save You Money. Just Consider this one special, for example. We are now offering curtains that reirularlv sell at TfJS &R.IGMT&37 SAFETY FIRST When Spring: NV'mIs Arc nought at CHAS. B. SAX & CO. Wc liac the ooN. Our Styles arc ISilit. Our Iric4 arc Kinht. VAX OKII-:iUS MILUMiKV TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. lYC'C f COR. MICHIGAN & WAYNE SIS. These Prices Are Cut Right Down $6.95 cotton felt mattress full size, art tick covering:, roll edge $4.40. $6.95 steel wire oil tem pered 120 single cone spring, 6l2 inch in depth, steel con structed bottom, $3.95. Kinney's De Luxe Spring, guaranteed 20 years, $7.50. $7.50 two inch continuous post iron bed, Vemis Martin fin ish, $5.75. $16.50 guaranteed brass beds, ball bearing castors, bright or satin finish $11.00. Our B Bed rass oe p rices are Easy on the Purse as you may see $18.95 bedstead, 2-mch continuous pil lars, satin or bright finish, $14.50. $22.- 50 brass beds $ 16.95; $27.50 brass beds $19.50; $32.50 to $37.50 brass beds $25.00. SPOT iff TOWN PATENT YOUR IDEAS and mal Money clllU olohCJ HOW TO CtT THEM" Rura f AH Fm AUolvtalf lnmmrJ jldv ift rtrt HUA R. H. POTTS 835 G Sc. WuLmlt. D. C ? U. S rro Ti I M1LV WASHING UOXE AT SWANK'S LAUNDRY 22H X. Mich Iff a a St. Phone. Wc Call Anyuliere. TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. CO.