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tvi:ixi:snw. jcm: in, iaii 7 (gQGIAI AMD OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN) QQCIETf Mi3 Kthel Crockett, one of the most popular lrid s of the month, i.s to bo durins the coining tiny a the re cipient of many tharmin courtesies. At 11 o'clock Wednesday morning Mrs. C. M. Hay and Mrs. H. V. Ei dredi'o entertained delightfully at a break faM for her at the home of Mrs. Hay. 12 3 Colfax a v. Covers were placed for 14 at a taMe artis-tie-ally adorned with pink peonies and pink and white sw-et peas. In the afternoon Mrs W. K. M: Henry en tertained the members of the Clio circle and a few friends at an informal thimble at her home on V. Wayne st. In the dining room where dainty refreshments were served, red carna tions centered the tahlo. Miy;; Crock - t; will spend Thursday in Itporte where she. will be honor Kuest at a luncheon siven by Mrs. Milan o'lSrien. Friday Mrs. Charles Crockett will Rive a luncheon for her at the Oliver hotel and Saturday Mrs. William .Sibley and Mr?. Lli Ser-birt will compliment her with an orpheum party followed by tea. The marriage of Miss "Ethel Saii sen to o.-ear Vandcrbosh was sol emnized Wednesday morning at 7:30 o'clock at St. Patrick's? church, Lev. John F. DeiJroote officiating. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Helen Sausen and the qroom by Will i.tm Vanderbosch. his brother. Dur ing the service Mis Sadie Vander bosch of Chicago, a cousin of the room. rendered an "Ave Maria." The bride was becomingly gowned in white corded charmeuse made en train and trimmed with silk shadow laee. he. wore a full veil caught with valley lilies and carried bride's ro.ss with a shower of valley lilies. The bridesmaid wore pir.k chiffon over shadow lace with a pictures hat and carried pink and white carna tions. Immediately following two ceremony breakfast was served nt the 'Ii.er hotel. The table was ceniere. with American Beauty roses. The youn? couple will spend four weeks in the cast and after July 15 will be at home in Chicago. Th? bride the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sausan, 30 4 K. Wayne St., and the 'roorn is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vanderbosch, y-Jl S. 11th St., i:iver Park. The Silver Pleasure club was very pleasantly entertained Tuesday after noon at the homo of Mrs. Elizabeth Wanner. C.(fj W. Colfax av. At the business meeting the following of ficers were elected: Mrs. ll. l)u-,rdale, president; Mrs. 12. Kanner, vice. presi dent; Mrs. Stella Ray, secretary; Mrs. 'has. Wagoner, treasurer; Mrs. Peter Clark, treasurer of the flower fund. A social hour followed, during which refreshments were served. The club will meet next Tuesday, June lfi, with Mrs. Isaac Peele. Hirdsell st. The out-of-town guest was Mrs. C. It. Iomis. Granite City, 111. Mrs. Ixxunis is deputy supreme chief of the tribe of Hen Hur, and is In the city in the interest of the order. A weddincr ef interest to a large circle of South Bend friends took place Wednesday afternoon In Iifayette, Ind., when Miss Daisy Morehouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. More house, of Lafayette, became the bride of Jav Almon Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Martin, of srouth P.end. It was solemnized at 5 o'clock tui the eranda. at the bride's home, which J was screened with vines and roses. The I bridal couple and oittciatins clergy man, uev. . Li. swuzer, siooa neneam a huge bell of roses and ferns. The attendants were Miss Genevieve More house, sister of the bride, who served as maid Jf honor, Harold C. Wolcott, of South Bend, best man. Misses Je lina and Mary Morehouse, sisters of the bride, and Marguerite and Lillian Martin, sisters of the groom, a.s brides maids. Little Maxine Miller, a nieco of the bride, servfd as flower girl. The bride was gowned in ivory satin with a full train caught up with pearls. The lMdice was of old lace and the full length veil was of tulle. She carried an arm bouquet of bride's vses. Two of the maids were gown ed in blue and two in pink. The flower uirl wore white embroidered muslin and carried a French basket of sweet peas. Following the cerem my and a bridal dinner, the young couple left for a wedding trip on the great lakes. They will alsr spend a few days in South Bend, after which they will leave for Trumann. Ark., where the groom is employed by the linger Mfg. Co. The groom is a graduate of the engineering department of Purdue university. Mr. and Mrs. S. U. Martin and son. Frank, of South Bend, and! Garfield U. Morehouse ;tnd family of Savannah. Ga., were among the guests attending the ceremony. Alva Bunch of l-ikeville and Miss Mary Evans of South Bend were mar ried in St. Joseph. Midi.. June 4. They will reside In South Heml. The ladies of St. James' Guild were entertained at a thimble Tuesday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Ed. Ging rich. 1003 Vistula av. The assisting hostess of the afternoon was Mrs. Geo. Miltenberger. About 2" were present. A pleasing program was presented. Miss Eleanor Judd and Mrs. J. G. Thompsett rendered vocal selections, and Grenville Thompsett gave several instrumental numbers. Chicago Club Women Are Hostesses to 20,000 Delegates to National Federation Biennial fits. Fred Com. . :;r:v:.. -vA, ' ' V 5:V;.-Sv sf1 ' ' ' , (O JO) 1 T -' . ?r :-.:.,--..: -:v.-. ' " r ' L jM&Sk- ' ll of- I ? V I y.'iu tV, ill e Special Correspondence. CHICAGO, June 10. Chicago's latch key is out. Chicago is wearing its "company smile". Twenty thousand women, molders of thought, advocates of social justice, leaders of industrial reform, feminists, home women and public women have crossed the city's threshold and for the next 10 days Chicago will be hostess to the most notable gathering ever hela in the United States, tho largest women's convention ever held in the world. Although all Chicago, from the folks "back of the yards" to the folks on Iake S'hore drive, will join in the en tertainment of the visitors, the ollicial hostesses of the biennial convention of tho general Federation of. Womqn'a clubs will be Mrs. Frederick A. Dow, president of the Illinois Federation of Women's clubs, and Mrs. George Bass, chairman of the local biennial board. Almost every hour of the ten day con vention will be brightened by some social affair a formal reception or a small tea, motor rides or gallery tours. Mrs. Potter Palmer has placed her house on Iiko STiore drive at the dis posal of the club women and the fa mous "turreted castle" overlooking the lake will be Mrs. Bass' headquar ters during the convention. Th'; social program will open with a concert at the Auditorium Tuesday night, to be ; daughter, who speaks Wednesday, followed Thursday night by a recep-jjune 17; Gilford Pinchot. who speaks tion at the Art institute; Sunday, June; on conservation; Miss Julia C. Lath 14. there will be a concert at the Au-jrop, chief of Federal Children's bu ditorium, and between these large jreau. Washington; Mrs. Dimies. T. S. gatherings there will be many recep-i Denison. New York; the Kev. Jenkin and in the Jxyd-Jones. Mrs. Carrie Chanman i m Standards of The Gossip Low World Offers Many Things More Interesting Than Affairs of Ones Neighbor the stars and all the magic of the uni verse. The world of gossip is such a petty world, it is so circumscribed, so tilled with trivialities, that a woman should step outside it. and know the bigger, finer things of life. For onlv bv so j doing will she begin to understand i life, to see its unity and harmony, and to rind a meaning in it that mak-s it worth the living. SOME MEWS NOTES. Davies laundry. B th phones. Leslie, the opticfan, ."" 1 Mich. st. Dr. Stoerkby. dentist. ."11 J. M. S. MANAGER OF ICE CO. AFTER SHORT WEIGHERS P.orn to Mr. and Mrs. John LyI Xorthcup of Bloominrton. 111., a sn June 4. Mrs. NV-rthrup was Mi. s Helen Hawse, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank DunnHhoo. and has a wi cir cle of frirnds in the ritv. ELLls- .KLtj. George Er&ssv private homes tions in hotels. Some of the distinguished who will attend the convention are Miss Margaret Wilson, Pres. Wilson's rnoMixrvr rr.rn womkx hostesses at chtcago coxvkntiox. tries will include Mrs. D. J. Fleming, Iahore. India; Mine. Iteitara Tehmon ioya. Tokyo. Japan; Mrs. J. D. Leckie, London. Eng.; Mme. Heliodore Fur tier. Montreal, and Mrs. C. P. Breck enridge. West Indies. As the reelection of Mrs. Percy V. Pennybacker, federation president, is a foregone conclusion, the serenity of the biennial meeting will be undis turbed by politics. Perkins Gilman. Prof. ICatt, Charlotte guests ! Charles Zeiblin Higbee. The delegates from foreign and Mrs. Chester G. coun- "Seo that house out yonder," said a woman In a trolley to tho friend with her as the car paused at the corner of a street. "That's where Mrs. Blank lived." Then followed a lot of goss.p about Mrs. Blank. When this topic wus ex hausted tho speaker continued with the gossip of her own family and friends, and what Mame did and Tom said. When she had run out, the other woman took up the tale of her circle. And thus a half hour or so passed, as the trolley bowled along to its desti nation in the suburbs. In what a pretty little world those two women live! They know little, are interested in little, outside the very ordinary : rommonnlace doincr; of ther little circle of friends. 1 And. all this great beautiful world is about them, full of vitally interest ing and uplifting things! And they keep their eyes glued on Maine's new dres5, and wonder if she paid a dollar a yard for the material or got it at a bargain; or they see no further than neighbor's back door and speculate how long tho latest hired girl will stay. A certain feminine resident in a small town deliberately "laid" for a woman who had come to take charge of a neighbor's house during the fam ily's absence, and wormed out of her all the family affairs. The newcomer was a guileless sort, and the gossip was an old hand at the business, and she departed from the "chat." feeling complacently there was little- left un told. Yet she had no idea she was doing anything dishonorable or even unfriendly, he had always lived in this little world of gossip, and her standards were the standards of the world of gossip, and such standards are very low. But w hy should we live on so low a plane? Purely there are more interest ing things in life than the number of times in a week that a certain young man has called on the girl next door, or whether Mrs. Smith's hat is a new one. or an old one fixed over. If a woman has any brains whatever in her head, surely she is capable of find ing more interesting and more pleas ureable things in life than these. In fact, if this is her conception of pleas ure, she has little comprehension of what real pleasure is. Women who are interested in little gossip have probably drifted into the habit through thoughtlessness or inertia- But if the habit is- fastened upon them, they ought to shake it off, and wake up to some of the bigger, liner things in life. It is a tragedy for a woman's mind to go round and round in such a little circle, when so many wonderful and interesting things are all about her to wake her and thrill her with their message of the wonder of life. It is more than pitiful to see her with her eyes glued to Mame's or Harry's do ings, when they might be lifted to V. F. Imager Warns Public Againt ISuying For Cash From Km ploy es. Penny sori.il at Fpworth Memorial church tomorrow night, May 11. Advt. Through the efforts of W. F. Kasrer. manager of the Siuth Bend Vacuum Ice company, detectives have been put on the trail of alleged short-weight men, with the result, that one man landed in the tolls. William Sensen baugh, 403 Keasey st.. an employe of the Vacuum company, was arrested on a charge of shortweighing V. K. Slaybaugh. 612 12 Broadway. It is al leged that he delivered 40 pounds of ice when the coupon called for 50 pounds. It is alleged that unscrupulous ice : men after short weighing a stitlieie-nt ' number of customers will accumulate ' enough ice to sell on-the side. Ice! buyers are warned acainst these ped- j dlers of ice without a book of tickets from their company. . i Manager Kager of the Vacuum com pany announced yesterday that a three-ton electric truck had been added to the company's delivery fa cilities. An increase in business, he said, necessitated the addition. I ! iiiiomsn's vA7 MAKHIAGi: LICKNSKS. Harry A. Iiyer. age -4. grain merchant. Wyatt. Ind.. to Mstella V. Kelley. age 25, music teacher. Wood land, Ind. Johtn F. Robaszwskl. age 2 4. as sembler, to Mary Lyskiwicz, age 2.J. Edward P. Dempsey. age 2.". book keeper, Chicago, to Mnr.v T. Bolton, age 28, stenographer. Chicago. Jake Bladecki. age 2 7, farmer. Rolling Prairie. Ind.. t, Laura Brod zinski, age 2". Joseph Autkowiak. ace 2S. plowtit ter. to Rozalia Ratazska, age 2:'.. John W. Kberlin. age merchant, Winnetka. 111., to Pose Geissel, age ."1. Chicago. J. Victor Martin, age teacher. Cedar Falls. Ia., to Esther B. Ludwig. age teacher. Mishawaka. - Carl K. Eager, age 22. claim agent, to Minnie Krhardt, age 21. xami: i)i:ijt,.ti:. Mrs. Wm. Dillon was elected dele gate to attend the state convention at Indianapolis. June . 17 and 1. at a special meeting of the Sunday school board of Grace M. K. church, held at the church Tuesday afternoon. BEAUTIFUL WEDDING GIFTS OF QUALITY With Prices Surpriiingly Moderate. CalvinK.Clauer 6 0 8 D a H f! I: B a H u 3 UK . Shows 16 Styles at ($ ansa n . r 4 inisf RBRI a f1 flfi w S M and 29 Styles at inn PI M (0) In this sale there are Oxfords, Pumps, Colonials,. Ties, Strap Sandals, and Marv Jane's. In Suede, Velvet, Satin, Patent, Gun Metal, Mat and Yici Kid. TNER'S SOWS (CO JEWELER 111 S. Michigan St. hi hi Miss Marie Voedisch gave two inter esting readings. Dainty refreshments were served. The home was prettily decorated with garden flowers. On Tuesday. June 10, the ladies of the guild will be entertained by Mrs. Jen nie Davis and her daughter, Mrs. V. It. Monaweek, 1013 12. Indiana av. They will be assisted by Mrs. J. G. Thompsett and Mrs. H. V. Frantz. The Lucky Ten club of the Madi son school met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Miss Esther Cutting, 830 forest av. The afternoon was spent In playing various games, after which dainty refreshments were served. The club will meet Tuescay afternoon. Juno 16. with Miss Norma Klbel. 707 X. Michigan st. The south section of the Women's league of the First M. K. church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. M. Martin, Franklin place. About 30 were present. The occasion was pledge day for the building fund for the new parsonauo, and about $n0 were handed in by the members. Re freshments were served. Miss Esther Hupe and Miss Pearl Rupel presiding at the punch bowl. The league will meet the second Tuesday in July, but the place has not as yet been decided upon. The Pleasant View W. C. T. U. met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. V. Hicks. 753 Cleveland av., where bouquets were made and later distributed at the county infirm ary. About y(v bouquets were taken out. The regular meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. I?, (loss, 626 Uriek av. The Women's Home Missionary so ciety of St. Paul's Memorial church met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Pitcher, 52S Cushing st. The following officers were elected: Mrs. F. C. Koos. president; Mrs. Mary Lam port, first vice president: Mrs. J. L. Gardiner, second vice president; Mrs. Flora Smith, third vice president; Mrs. Will Allen, recording secretary; Mrs. Fred Schrop, corresponding sec retary; Mrs. E. E. Lucado, treasurer; Mrs. J. C. Mather, mit box secretary; Mrs. Wm. Yena, supply secretary; Mrs. J. L. Gardiner was elected d gate to the missionary convention Valparaiso, June 23 and 2 4. !e-at Mrs. F. C. Koos from the Personals Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Wolcott and family of Phoenix, Ariz., who have p via n.i "Uteres HIV ' UVT-11 ms nuu .uu, v. iriiwi i ll vnii iiiv uni 1 k v w l l - 1 1 ' ' 1 1 i held at Flora. ind. Refreshments were served during a social hour. The homo was artistically decorated with early roses. The socio! y will meet the second Tuesday in July with Mrs. Harvey Balding, W. Colfax a v. The eighth annual reunion of tho Snyder family was held Sunday, June 7, at the home of John G. Listenberg, 1310 Virginia St., outh Hend. There were 63 present. A delicious picnic dinner was served at noon. The oc casion was also the sixth wedding an niversary of Herman L. and Laura Bode, who were remembered by those present. The next reunion will be held next year at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Cornwell of South Rend. Honoring Miss Margaret Flagle, whose marriage to Donald Kugeno Allen will take place Wednesday evening the Auten Relief corps en tertained at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening at the old court house. The evening was spent with music and contests. Refreshments were served. Miss Flagle was tho re cipient of many useful gifts. Announcements SHO TO in i n ' ' 1 1 "i While our lines of shoes for Men, Women and Children have gained the greatest distinction as the best POPULAR PRICED lines in Northern Indiana, they are even more than that. They are shoes of character, possessing an individuality appreciated bv the people who want the best. We have shoes for the whole family which are best in point of style, ser vice and price. The ladies' Aid society of St. Jo seph's hospital and the Tag Day workers will be entertained by Sister Holycross Friday afternoon on the hospital lawn. The Woman's auxiliary of St. James Episcopal church will meet at the chapel Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The program for next year will be planned. DOWNTOWN STREETS GIVEN GOOD BATH lpcriment TT 4 1 ft iii.. i iv i : i ? i r-t . iy x i. ll of lluhing Illgliways is -Trnds to Cool Busi ness Ditrict. The experiment of Hushing the down town streets was tried early this morning for the first time. Two hun dred feet of "hose and three men from the city street department began at Division st. and gave Lafayette st. a thorough bath as far north as lisalle av. The Hushing had a cooling effect on the street in addition to clearing it of all debris that had collected dur ing the day. j to Hillsdale, Mich., where they have taken a cottage at Ash-te-wette beach, lake Baw Beese. H. C. Wolcott left Wednesday morning for Lafayette, Ind., to olii ciate at tho wedding of J. Almon Mar tin .of South Bend, and Miss Daisy Morehouse, of Lafayette. Dr. U. G. Galloway and family have gone to Eagle lake, where they will spend a few days at their cottage. Miss Margaret Parmenter has re turned to Nibs, after spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Beaudry of 1117 Campcau boulevard. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bauso of Li gonier, Ind., are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Strayer, 511 S. Monroe st. Miss Susan Taylor of the Edwards burg road has gone to Lafayette, where she will attend the graduating exercises at Purdue. Her brother, Gilbert J. Taylor, will graduate. Miss Taylor was accompanied bv her ."'Unt, Miss Nettie Taylor. S. Fellows st. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stephenson and daughter, Eloise, of Goshen, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Stephenson. Mi s.3 Marion Goodman, physical di rector at the high school, and Miss Ellen Garlock are chaperoning a par ty of high school girls at the Booth cottage at Eagle lake. They will spend a week at the resort. The members of the party include the Misses Helen Booth, Dorothy Brug ger, Ina Yost, Mildred Duttera, Kath arine Cole. Ruth Cole, Agatha Clark, Madeline Shidler and Gertrude Good man of Chicago. Miss Ruth Goeway. who has been attending school at Milwaukee Down er, has left for Minneapolis, Minn., where she will take up special work in chemistry and biology at the Uni vcrsitv of Minnesota. She will reside with her uncle. E. J. Stilwell. 2 4:10 1'illsbury st. She will be at home early in August. Mrs. Shepherd Davis and son, Frederick, of Ookland, Cab. will ar rive Saturday to spend the summer with Mrs. Davis' parents. Mrs. Fred erick chafer, 100 5 X. Lafayette st. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Linden, 921 S. Lafayette St.. left Tuesday for Cleveland. Ohio, where they will visit their son, Ulrich F. Linden, and tamily. Mrs. Richard Libel returned Tues day evening from Washington, New York and West Point. Miss Vernice Elbcl. who was graduated from Na tional Park seminary at Washington, is remaining for a short viit with friends in New Britain. Conn. . e Week TODAY'S H EALTH O G RAM "Before you go on your vaca tion, get inoculated against typhoid fever." says the Kansas City board of health. Whether you do this or not. it is very wise to pick the vacation place with care, especially as to the water supply. According ton Dr. cS. J. Crumbine. of the Kansas City board of health, typhoid cases be gin to appear about the time the vacation folks return to the city. hildren s Starts Thursday , June 11th and Con tinues One Week. Special Offerings on all Children s Goods. Anything and Everything for Children from one Mf7 V W) month to 14 years old." 4flrv i j . hp new rixie m l ior nine povb in wiine poniiii V t I i . i i i j i- i i? liimiiiLU ui iiiit una anil ni;iu auu uai vv;iiil uianvjiic, 2 to 6 years, price S2.50. Complete line of beach rompers in cool thin materials in all colors, 2 to 6 years, prices 50c, 79c, S1.00, 1.25, 1.50. v Cohn. :;17 S. William st.. Terre Haute for a 10 days ; which she will attend a i reunion of the Gamma Gamma so- Miss Ruth has gone to visit .durin? rority. Mrs. D. N. Decker and daughter, Rlanche. ZZ E. Broadway, will spend the summer at Eale lake. Dr. kally st.. i: from Ice law n. fuyett C. M. Rutterworth. ill at his home on worse today. He who is crit- S. Michigan is suiTering pneumonia and complications. cream. First Presbyterian church corner Washington and La- Specials Three Hundred Chil dren's Wash Dresses, only one or two of a kind, but all sizes 6 to 14 years to se lect from. These are regu lar S1.00 to 1.25 dresses for children's week 55c. Children's summer coats, sizes 2 to 1 2 years, $2.00 to 3.5o values for Children's Week 95c. 50c to 85c Children's Straw Hats for children's week 35c. S1.25 to 1.50 Children's wash hats for children's week 80c. Colored Wash Dresses Half Price An odd lot of colored wash dresses at one half the regular price. Children's Fine White Dresses l off An odd lot of fine white dresses in sizes 1 to 5 years your choice at off. Oliver Twist suits in white and dark blue, 3 to 6 vears, S1.50 and 2.50. Children's rompers in all colors, 6 months to 6 years, 25c to S1.50. Children's gingham and crepe dresses with bloomers to match, 50c, 69c, 75c, S1.50, 2.00. Misses' gingham dresses, Sl.oo and 1.25 values, spe cial price 55c. Children's imported German hand embroidered dresses in white and colors, regular at S 1 .75, 2.50, 2.75 sale price S 1.50. Children's summer coats, 2 to 14 years, regular at S2.50 and 3.50 sale pri;e 95c. Children's Straw hats, 5fc and 85c values at 35c. Children's wash hats, regular S 1.25 values at Sue A lot of odd sizes in misses' wash dresses at one-half price and less. Children's sun hats in plain and checked pink and blue gingham at 25c, 50c and 59c. Misses' white dresses in voile, lawn, crepe, pique, rice cloth and ratine, 6 to 14 years, S 1.25 to l5.oa Cool Dresses for Little Kiddies Ami-French dresses with scalloped neck, sleeve and bottom in pink, blue, tan and white at Sc, 98c, S 1.25, 1.50, 1.75 and 2.5o. White lawn dresses, 1 to 5 years, 75c to So.oo. .turday evening. Advt. ! i:ul:u-r Stamps and Alphabets made H. A. Pershing. I'UJ 11. Wayne st. , Advt.