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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
lit I DAY, JCjfo 2G, 10 U MYSTERY SMILE OF CENTURIES AND THE SMILE THAT HAS MADE THE MOST MONEY The Finest Selection of Rich CUT GLASS in the City at 25 7r Reduction Don't miss this opportunity. JfT :.v i t . . . . " - - SOCL4I ancf Q THER INTERESTS of WOMEN OCIET The marriage of MI53 Irene Schafer, !aushter of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. chaf- r of Iiourbon, Ind.. and lister .Schra 1'T of Lafayette took place Wednes day evening at the home of the bride's parents. Jicv. C. I. Marker, pastor of the Christian church officiated. The bride's gown v.cx of white Mlk crepe de chine, and she carried an arm bou quet of white bridal roses. he was attended by Mis. lioxie Ilattles, who wore pink crepe de chine and carried pink carnations. Fred IJattks ac'.eo us best man. Following the ceremon' . a wedding suppr was served tc 40 quests. The home was artistically decorated with pink and white bridal roes. After a short wedding trip to Chicago, the young couple will go to Iafayette to reside. Mr. Schrader is a member of tho faculty of Purdue university. The Nonpareil club were pleasant ly entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Klliott LiHom medieu, Miami Ft. In the contests, favors were awarded Mrs. George Beroth course weeks and Mrs. G. D. Fecor. A two luncheon was served. In two Mrs. Jacob Kreuzberger will entertain the. Leeper park. club with a picnic at The Ladies' Aid society of Stull M. TZ. chapel held a thimble at the par sonage Wednesday afternoon. About r.4 members were present. Refresh ments were servd. The Indies Aid society of the .Swed ish Lutheran church mot Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. AU-x Carlson and Mrs. Alfred Carlson v.-ere the hostesses. Miss Esther Carl nn gave a recitation. Mrs. 11. Ldner and Mrs. C. Melander a duet, and Rev. C. G. Er'ckson a short talk. Refresh merits were served. The society will meet in two weeks at the church. The St. Mary Sewing circle met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joseph's Grill. 1316 Liston st. The afternoon was spent with needle work following a brief business ses Mon. A dainty two course luncheon was served. Mrs. K. Sones, 508 X. St. Joseph st., will entertain the circle in two weeks. Mrs. Wolf Erhardt, 502 Cleveland av was hostess Thursday afternoon to the Sewing circle of the German Zion church. Following the regular busi ness meeting, the afternoon was spent with needlework. Dainty refresh ments were served during a social hour. The home was prettily arrang ed with garden flowers. The Aid society of the Trinity M. E. church will give an ice cream so cial Friday evening at the home of Mrs. F. P. Ilerrold, Portage and Gold en ar. Tb. inal meeting of the Mothers club is held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chas. Zigler, W. Col fax av. The afternoon was spent so cially and with sewing. Plans were made for a' picnic to be held in two weeks but tho place was not decided upon. A dainty two course luncheon was served by the hostess. Mrs. Emma McLain, 222 Elder St., entertained delightfully Thursday evening at a lawn kitchen shower com plimenting Miss Florence Dick, who will be a June bride. About 50 guests were present. A dainty luncheon was herved by the hostess. A wedding of interest to their South Rend friends took place Wednesday tit noon at St. Joseph, when Miss Marie Vielra. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo-t-eph Vieira of Oakland, Cal., became the bride of John Henry of South Rend. Rev. Hoj 1 oiticiatlng. The bride wore a blue tailored suit and the young couple was unattended. Following the ceremony a wedding supper was served to Immediate relatives at the home of the groom's mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Henry. 110 E. Sample st. "Mr. and Mrs. Henry are both well known in the city and have a large circle of friends. They will be at home iifter Aug. 1. at 1703 Dale av. Announcements Mrs. Grace Mitchell's Sunday K hool class of the First M. E. church will hold a picnic at Chain lake Sat urday afternoon, June 27. Tney will leave the Northern Indiana interur ban station at 3 o'clock. The regular business meeting of the Qui Vive club will be held Friday evening at tho home of Mrs. Hazel Mc Comb. Uo:elawn. Members are re quested to meet promptly at 7 o'clock at the interurban station, where they will take tho St. Mary's car to Vernon M. The Ladies' Aid society of Munson chapel will meet July 1. at the home oi Mrs. Ernest Hummer, Avoiulale load. Mrs. J. IL White will entertain the "Women's guild of St. James church jit her home on West Colfax av., Tues day afternoon, Juno 3 0. The Pin Hook club will meet Fri day evening with Miss Emma Gillis, Portage road. Personals Helen Cummins, ft n ' Perkins st., is in Detroit, where she relatives. is visiting with UNION SHOE CO. c fall I The Busiest Store In Town, c Suffragists Of Wisconsin Conduct School at Madison 1 i ,' y .. . - :; ' ' ' Jk'tr-r V ' "' :y I r 'yi -. ' . -y'.-s: . --v --v----':. y--,.,'-y i ? '-. is s-.- v- J s MRS. HENRY W. YOU MANS, PRESIDENT WISCONSIN'S WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION. AND MRS. ELLA L. STEWART. There Is no longer an age limit after which women shall cease going to school. Schools for all sorts of instruction, for women of all ages, are continually springing up as a result of the added responsibilities of the modern woman and the added necessity for her to have knowledge on subjects on which ehe now has a right to speak. One of these new schools is that Robert' Frakes. 32 5 N. Iafayette St., has gore to Yicksburg, Mich., for the week end. Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Vickery, 916 Riverside drive will sail July 2U from New York city for Europe. They will visit the principal points of England, Germany, Italy and France. Dr. Vick ery will also perform some special work while in London. maiuua;i: LICENSES. Edward J. McCarty, age 4 6, auto de livery'. Chicago, to Grace Farwell, 4 4, Chicago. Harry J. Hammond, 32, toolmaker, Chicago, to Sadie Pearl Paige, 2S, South Rend. Andrew Card. 23, coal and wood, and Theresa Gooley, 25. Carl F. Miller, 20. farmer, and Jesstina E. Tack, 20. clerk. Joseph Torok, ajre 2 3, laborer, to Mary Koviacs, age IS. James Oliver Curry, age 3 4, laborer, Kalamazoo, Mich., "to iarah Ethel Hawley, age 2 5, Kalamazoo, Mich. HATS OF CHIFFON ARE STUNNING NEW MODE . V'-- V I ' ' - , V y ' M v ' ' f 4 . .v . .... Hats of shirred chiffon have made their appearance on Fifth av. and Rroadway. Most cf them are made of white chiffon and trimmed with white tlowers. but occasionally you will see one like that pictured. of gray chiffon with pink rose trimming. i j V7 1 I 11 .. 4 . . yy I i Me urea tes i v aiues Popular priced footwear for the whole family Men, Women and Children will be found as usual at the UNION SHOE CO. We are showing all the newest and best styles in all leathers. Best in Style Best in Service Best in Price. Union Shoe Co. ; . ' :y i- y ,v - . ' ... -it-. v- - " i-si . LTiS conducted at Madison. Wis., by the suffragists of the states. They are teaching women the need of suffrage, how to use suffrage and how to meet the new requirements of the women with equal rights. One of the most interested organ izers of this school is Mrs. Henry M. Youmans, president of the Wisconsin Suffrage association. Mrs. Ella Leass Stewart, Chicago, is an instructor. Caroline Coes Famous Recipes SAVORY CHEESE. Rub one-quarter pound of Roque fort cheese to smooth paste Add two tablespoons of sweet cream, llfteen drops of onion juice, add one cream cheese (costs 10 cents), mix all to gether 'with silver fork. Add one tablespoon of minced parsley and one of minced green sweet pepper. Salt to taste. Mold and set in cool place. Serve with toasted crackers. SALAD DRESSINGS. Cut clove of garlic, rub the bowl on all sides with each piece. Put one teaspoon of salt, one-half teaspoon of black pepper, a dash of paprika and a tablespoon of tomato catsup, blend all together. Add seven tablespoons of oil a little at a time. When all oil is used add two tablespoonf uls of strong vinegar. Have all ingredients ice cold. French dressing may be made in a gia:-.s vinegar cruet, and kept on the table. Use seven tablespoons of oil and three tablespoons of vinegar, one half teaspooii of salt, a dash of pap rika. Put all in bottle, shake until it is well blended, put one red pepper corn and one small piece of garlic into cruet, add other ingredients, put in stopper and shake until all is blended. Jj'C jZ r wfi jc Jc BY AND ABOUT WOMEN 'fi 5i 5 t'f Mrs. Douglas Crane, one of the latest metropolitan dancers, gives the fol lowing advice: Know the maxixe, revel in the one-step, glory in the Intricacies of the waltz, cultivate rhythm. Just danee at least twice daily. Then watch for good health to replace nerves. Mrs. Nathaniel Keay of Philadelphia is heading a movement to change the schcol system of teaching history. "We're going to try and have the moving-picture system put through in the grammar grades." says Mrs. Keay. Illinois clubwomen cheered till they cried in the biennial of the Federation of Women's clubs held in Chicago this month when the suffrage endorsement was passed by the body. "It should be a state's prison offense to raise a child in a Hat." says MLs Iutie K. Stearns, member of the Wis consin state library board. "It's all right to talk about home economics." she says, "but what our cities need are real homes and not flats." The General Federation of Women's clubs has passed a resolution urging) Us members to promote the introduc tion of simple and dignilied forms of dancing. ATTENDING CONVENTION O. 31. Knoblock ami 11. A. Ogloby j Arv hi Chicago. Otto M. Knoblock and Richard A. Oglesby, president and electrical en-ginet-r respectively of the Knoblork Hebhman Manufacturing company, are in Chicago attending the conven tion of the National ilas Fngine asso ciation at the Hotel L,asalle. The as sociation is composed of makers of gas engines and gas engine accesso ries from all parts of the country. Mr. oglesby is president of the as sociation. Mr. Knoblock is trearurer. in in II XOTICK. P.rn to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sioberg. oUi Ohio st., son, June "25. Science Trails The Cockroach Some Ways to Get Rid Of JJisease Braeder as Dan gerous as The Fly IVY CAROLINA (OK. Cockroaches carry diseases. They are almost as dangerous as the TTbuse tiy, to which medical re search has traced the spread of germ diseases and through a. campaign of publicity has educated the public to wage merciless war upon. Now science is camping upon the trail of the roach, having pronounced it a death-dealing agent. 'Ware the cockroach! Kill him at sight. He is a menace to your life and the lives of your children. Evidence as to roaches spreading other diseases Is less direct, but there is no doubt they play an important part in the dissemination of diph theria, tonsilitis, and tuberculosis, carrying the organisms on their feet and in their intestinal canals. Cockroaches overrun kitchens pan tries, garbage heaps and decaying matter, picking up particles with their feet, or feelers, and dropping them later in another place. When hun dreds and . thousands of cockroaches do this, the amount of matter they carry from place to place is larger than the average housewife considers possible. Flourid of sodium will exterminate tho cockroach. It is a dry, white powder, employed medicinally in doses of one grain. It is stated that a does of 100 grains is fatal to human beings. As an experiment a test was made with sodium Hourid and it completely freed a ship of roaches. Rut 36 pounds of the powder was used, as against 4 00 pounds of the extermina tor which did not exterminate. Sodium flourid costs 15 cents a pound and can Le bought from your druggist. It should be so distributed that the roaches will walk in it. A small quantity adheres to their feet or an tenae and the insect cleanses them with its mouth. The powder, placed about in small heaps, has no value. It should be spread in thin layers in runways where it will remain dry and pow dery. With a blower it should be forced into cracks, pipe holes, spaces behind moulding, pantry shelves, cup boards and wherever cockroaches are noticed traveling about. A whisk broom will be found adapt able when spreading the powder over shelves and in drawers. In small quantities the powder is not danger our, although when it is used in pan tries It is always best to scald dishes and pans before using them to wash off any particles of the powder which might make one sick. Of White Lace And Black Crepe Very stunning is a costume of whit lace and black crepe. Thi very nar row skirt is of two falls of lace, and the transparent waist Is cut plain of the same material. Falling from the belt to below the knees Is a kilt pleat ing of black crepe; and a pointed girdle of the black crepe is the only trimming on the bodice. TODAY'S HEALTHOGRAM A well known medico! authority gives the following treatment for boils Paint the boil and an inch around it on every sid? with tinc ture of iodine. Give It a good coat. Then apply Ichthyol vase line, 10 per cent on a piece of gauze. Cover with cotton end a bandage. Remove dres-dnr next day. Cleanse skin with twnzoine. Then repeat treatment. Keep this up day after day unless ihe skin is irritated by the iodine. Then just use the ointment alone. When the boil heads it may be lanced or left to open by itself at the discretion of the attending doc-to.v -y -j i Marie Loyd's smile, unlike that of the Mona Lisa, Is one of contaeous invitation to smile with her. By it she has reaped a golden shower from the tired business men who frequent the music halls of both London and Ellsworth's Closed Before Waists- a New Shipment at One Dollar the Waist We've just opened another lot of Wirthmor Waists and they're now on sale. By our willingness to co-operate with the manufacturer, are we able to offer new Waists each week and to control the sale for this city of these splendid Waists. These Waists always embodying the latest style tenden cies, always well and carefully made, though worth more are always sold at $1.00. Four new simple charming styles on sale now. A Dollar a Day the Price of Our Spring Suits is a Dollar Less Each Day The automatic reduction sale of spring suits is in full swing the price of our suits that formerly sold at $39.50 to 75.00 goes down a dollar a day. We started off at $25 the suit. Today's price is $14.00 and Satur day $13.00. Cool Frocks in the New Fashions for Women at $5.00 the Frock The latest shipment of New Summer Dresses in Voile, Crepe and Linen with all the New Style Mark ings on Them, are now selling at $5.00 the Dress $5.00 for a $10.00 to 15.00 Dress. ielertsGO Ireior'e lonpoy l" II I I II. I II t I II I Bill III ill. mils Here They G Tomorrow. S Your Choice of Any Cloth or Silk Suit In Our Store Tomorrow $7.95 Plenty of Blacks, NavysAll Sizes to 44 Values to $38.50 m:yym-h -"-l- vvWi;;-?'---:H::,y Lisa: America. Leonardo da Vinci saw the subtle lest of smiles on the lips of the wife of his friend and straightway he. in putting" it on canvas, has set the cen turies guessing its meaning. Every AVcdncsday Afternoon During July TiiC &MG?fT&&T &fOT M TOlVY aturd alvinKClauer EYES EXAMINED ar.tl He:iiIfioht i:r!irvl without tbe uo of Iirugs by H. LEIVaONTRE South r.eTiil's Lea dine: Optometrist and l.iutif;i t urine pt I' lnn . ' : S. Mlchlpnn Street. H-imc i-h ne iVk. Hell pbone 517 : Sunday from 'J to lrt:r a. m. by Arr1' nieut. Trv a quart of MENNUCCTS Ice Cream or Ices 25c and 30c a quart. niul August. Ellsworth's Notes The toilet section right up in front, is well equipped to meet your toilet needs toilet requisites of all kinds at prices low. Handkerchiefs with dain ty borders to match sum mer frocks we're selling at 25 cents per handkerchief. In the Men's Store there are new ties galore all the new shadings. Also summer wear gen erally Summer Shirts, Summerish Underwear and Such. , Ccsrrijti 1914TU II. CkCo. A 00'