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TIICTSSHAY, OCTOIIKK 8, 1911 Ellsworth's Children's Week Bargains. Ellsworth's A Children 's Week c Social amid Other f Women rateirests VI I ' ' i SOCIETY mi The member? of the IVthiar. T'-i were delightfully entertained Wednes day afternoon in th-- club rooms bv Mrs. Fry, and .Mr Charles Smith. I Hiring the business meet in .hich v. ere precede (1 the .'. fi. 1 1 hour o::u rs . ' ' juuns inaue ;nr a f-trel to uien Oct. .'1 for the min- . t ! I - lit of the K. of r. building fund. The : new oMi-ers arc; President, Mrs. .May-j nanl: i.:o-,. resident. Mrs. II. 1'. I j - 1 "om!: s'.-r tarv and treasurer. Mrs. j Ibckncr; reporter, Mrs. Charhs Mo- j Jiuhlm. At the finsfl of the after noon dainty ref reshrnr nts were j sered. in f..iir weeks the soi. tv will I bo ,,f tlo- retiring utiicers. Mrs. i Uror-'e lb-roth. Mrs. I ( . J !lisor ; -Mrs. .-"urmi'-l Hay and Mrs. Charles Smith. Mrs. I'. M. Hatch, recent of the Schuyler Colfax chapter of the Iair.;h-t-rs of h- American olution, and Mrs. Nelson I-. Jones, as deiegate, will attend th" ses-ion of the annual eonferera e of the I . A. K. of Indiana to he held at Fort Wayne Tuesday and Wednesday. They will leae Tuesday attenioon in order to lie pres ent at the reception which has Peert planned for the (p leuates for Tuesday evening. It will he hld at the An thony hotel which will )c the head quarters of the conference. other! social affairs have heen planned for the sesion. Thf Women's Foreign Missionary iety of (Jrace M. i:. church was en tertained Wednesday all day at the country home of Mrs. (Joir'o Walz, three miles south of the city. About ,sa women were conveyed in 10 automo biles at y:'P o'clock to the home of Mis. Walz where the day was shent er pleasantly, a buffet dinner was served at noon by the entertainment o-nmittee, Mrs. Frank Whiteman, -Mis. Mary Sanders; Mrs. J. 1 1. llcr ii k. Mrs. Paul Wolter and Miss Net tie Taylor. The program was in charge of Mr?. James Ward while Mrs. T Jacquith led in devotions. Mrs. Walter Fassett lead a paper on "Mass Movement in Jndia." Mrs. J. Pettit ave a leaflet oi "Famine Fxperiences in India." The mystery box was conducted in a hovel manner by Mrs. Walter Knd li( k. Reports wero read by the treas urer. Mrs. A. N. Hildebrand was leoted delegate to the convention to he held in Culver, Oct. 2i and L'T. The crowd returned at a o'clock after a delightful time. The next meeting of the society will he held the first Wednesday in November at the tabernacle. Miss Pearl Virginia Crepeau, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Crepeau, S03 N. .Michigan st., and Walter (I. Maur er. son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Maur- r. 1l' 4 N Adams st.. were married this morning at 7 o'clock at t. Jo-M'-ph's 'atholic church by the liev. Fr. . j. Carroll. owing to the recent i death of the bride's grandmother, the edding was very quiet. .Miss Cre peau was attended by Miss Flor-J nco White of Chicago w hile Melvin ' Crepeau served as best man. The; Mendelssohn and Lohengrin wedding i inarches were played during the cere- : mony ami a inn male choir sang. Flton Crepeau sang "o Salutaris" and "When Night Folds Its starry Cur tain." The bride wore a traveling suit of 'due broadcloth, and a corsage bouquet of bride's roses. Her maid wore a suit of brown with a corsage bouquet of i pink roses. Following" the ceremony a wedding breakfast to the immediate relatives was served at the home of the bride at 0 oVloek. The table was siiranged with pink and white carna tions fashioned into a centerpiece. lecorations for the church were a simple arrangement of pink and white bridal roes and ferns. The young people left at noon for Milwaukee and other Wisconsin points. After Oct. L'l they will be at home at 111' W. Part.lett st. Out of town guests were the Misses Florence and Isabel!" White of Chi- jao ,inu .ii. aou .u.-. .weiwu v repeal! of Columbus, O. Mrs. W. O. Daies. W a v . was hotess to the circle Wednesday aft loll call was responded t Washington Shakespea re rnoon. The it h q u -ta- tions from liiley. The stu:iy of China was continued with a geographical outline by Mr. A. W. Kiiue and a dis cussion of the riers of China by Mrs. W. O. Williams. Mrs. Herbert Vcster v elt save an exceedingly interesting talk about her trip across the Pacific, illustrating with photographs. In two ."eks Mrs. F. S. s'.iyrc, Portage av.. as ill entertain the circle all day. A picnic dinner will bo scrcd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Bausht r of New York city h ie issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter, J.aura, to John Foster Reynolds of South Bend on Thursday. ct. 2'., at o'clock in the evening. The wed ding will take place at Sherry's in New York. The regular meeting the W edn s- day club was held Wedi:e noon at the home of Mrs. F Jeffcron blvd. The le.-on the topic for the season" day after A. Bryan, on 'hir.a. sti'aly was ontinued witli interesting results. The afternoon closed with a brief so cial '.ime. lhe club will Wednesday, the place to 1 ed later. meet next announc- M! Maud Burden, was hostess Wednesday surprise shower given Pt nn av.. '.g at a :or cf e in v. b. Stylish, Snappy, SemeeaMe iManv shoes are Imil! for looks, only Union's shoes are built for service as well as style. Selection is made easv and variety of styles we carry. Let us show you what $2. UNION Airs. II. I. Harden. Music nn 1 -on- . t -"is w re ft-.tturs of the r-nini-'. f.i- or.-i in the latter oin;,' to Miss l-iti.ol Phillips. A i . t i 1 1 1 y luncheon wns served at tn close of th" evenin Mrs. Burd'-n. who was formerly Mis lttie Kobbin- was married two wnks aui. Sh- was presented with a ;numhr of h-a;jti:ul ,'iftr. by h-r i friends. With her hii' b.nd she will !".if the city shortly for the v.inur. Mrs n. a. KUiott. f7'". Riverside. ; driw, was hoyti-ss V . dns lay after : noon to tin Woman's Literary cluh. ; Th" meeting opniol with a short busi i nt .-s session follow ed by the study jhonr. Mi.s MaMe Miller dis'iis.-d t!i ; pre-Sp inisii tropin- of t lie Incas an-! T : r f i . . -ii numpnroy ae a talK on the rem ii:.s of t ? - r or -historic races. The tt;dy will U- continued with the meeting of the ,-lnh h i. 21 at the hon:e of Mrs. KUiott. The tained Co.-y Corner circle v,a-, enter Wedn'sdny alternoon I-v Mrs. . CfCoree I,o :s'hnian, TFi S. Michigan I st. Tii- ni'M tin was largely aitvnded. I Needlework served t ei c upy the time until evenirr-r when li.ht refresh ments v-r v:orv.-.it Tlio i'IiiI, r.-i!' i meet Oct. M with Airs. J. A. Swansoii. 11. lJuhail av. The Aid socitv f th Wi strain - ! r Fn s:i t'"Tia!i ch aar p. riiet an day on "Wednesday at tio- home of Mrs. Da vid Austin on (he NiP-s rad. A buffet (iinner was s-T.ed at the uooj hour ar;d the afternooa was spt'iit with needlework and a general stcial time. A sh.ort husiio . s meeting was held. The women retorri'd at o'clock. The society will meet first Wednesday in November at the the homo st. of Mrs. C ii. Downing, bogan An interesting meeting of the his tory department of the Progress club was held Wednesday afternoon. The war situation in Furope served as the principal discussion for the afternoon and study of the I'.Mh chapter of Foreman's Advanced Civics was con tinued. Miss isa belle Kennedy was! the lender for the afternoon. There was a goo,i attendance, merit will meet Oct. 21. The depart- Announcements The Women's Missionary society of Westminster Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ii. S. Thompson. 827 Forest av. The assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Charles Iirown. Mrs. Anes Webster, Miss Nellie White and Miss Mary Mill house. The P. II. C. will hold a social meet ing Friday evening at X o'clock in Fagle hall. Invitations have been issued to :J00 members and friends. A banquet and a program will be the features of the entertainment. The Indies' Aid society of the First Presbyterian church has postponed its met ting from Oct. ? to ( ct. 1G, when it will be entertained in the church parlors by its officers. PERSONALS Miss Helen Culver of Fagle lake is the guest of Miss Blanche Dice, 7:5 S". Michigan st. "Ir. and Mrs. Joseph Burke, 920 Twelfth st., liiver Park, are spend ing a few days with their daughter in Hlkhart. The Misses Florence and Isahelle White of Chicago ale the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Crepeau, S0T N. Michigan st. Mrs. Poland Reed of Iogansport is visiting with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Irvin Colburn and daughters. Catherine and Martha have returned to their home in Chicago after spend ing the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jerome, S. Michigan st. ABOLISH PRIZES FOR BRIGHT SCHOLARS : J i V 1 'I ivV--'" i KLLA FBAGG YOUNG. CHICAGO. There will be no more prizes awarded to pupils in the Chi cago public schools, no matter how excellent may be their work. This is the decision of Flla Flagg Young, superintendent of schools. She took action after a resolution by the prin cipals' club, asking that prizes to in dividual pupils be abolished, because of their regrettable effect upon the rst of the class. Goshen Races. 14th; Thursday. O Wednesdav ct. i:,th. Oct. Adv. because of the great stock M J f-a r I! will buv here. HOE CO, V MRS. PINCHOT GOES ON STUMP FOR HUSBAND . - a -l'-' . . . t Y; : X. V : V 1 Ll7 Griffon Urr0f'srx Finchct KRIH. Pa. Mrs. Clifford Pinchot, wife of the candidate for senator from Pennsylvania, has scored considerable success here as substitute stump speaker. Her h list rol v.Ou.iI n1r.l tn i.lirnwui campaign meetings in Erie, was taken suoueniy ill with ptomaine poisoning. j Mrs. Pinchot rendered first aid to the sufferer, and then herself went on the stump and addressed ir meetings in neighboring towns, explaining her husband's absence, and making a stron.g plea for his election against "Boss" Penro. . POTATOL AT 55 CENTS Plentiful Supply of "Spuds' Forres Down Price ' on 3iaiket. "Potatoes dropped to 35 cents a bu shel on the public maiket Thursday morning, the lowest for the season. It is thought that the price will be lowered to the half dollar mark. As cording to farmers there will be plenty of potatoes in the county, enough it is thought to meet the de mand locally. The usual amount of vegetable produce was on hand. Fall apples came in for the first time in large quantities. Best hand-picked pippins. Duchess. Baldwins, greenings and fpies were selling at PC cents a bu shel. The same variety apples. winutalls were selling at i0 cents. The number of producers on the mar ket duriag September, according to Byron Ti. Miller, sealer of weights and measures, was 114. See "THF UK WARD OF Ti I III FT" at the Auditorium Friday of this week, and then open an account at the St. Joseph County Savings bank, the largest, strongest and best man aged savings bank in northern Indi an. Adv. FANTASTIC TWISTS IN FALL SASHES 0 Vbv ? ' ;"V' vii b -. ; - . - v '1 There's no end to the fantastic twists Dame Fashion cives the sash which invariably trims the new fall kowiis.; Some of them are lon, most of them ; are wide, s few of thei ome are adjustable, and a i drapery for the m iorm pown and not all of them are either bee,min or uTaceful. One of the very latest models is shown in the illustration. It is of the same material as the jrown and it is drawn from the bust line in the front diagonally over the hips ami fastened in the back with a larue white velvet buckle. The short waisted coat is another of the season's novelties which offer a welcome break in the monotony uf lung-coated costumes;. 9.- J , -t v.--, "' -. . -j :.;v f v- . . J: -v.r '7. V Ciy-. a. . v -v ? v. '- " I t A l It '. f ; " -T-7 ' ii-vv'-.' .. " . , V.; ' : f: .' 11 ; . . ' - '"3 L. ,'. . - . V .-. ... . i V - :-"' , ;;' -; ) lestedltecipe5 Mewed Tomatoes. Put 12 ripe tomatoes to boiling water. (Use a long-handled wire scoop and put them into tea kettle of boiling water. Allow to remain until you count ten). Turn cold water on and the peel will slip off easiv. When peeled cut them into slices, reject the ?t m-end slice. Put tomatoes in granite pan with one-half teaspoon of salt, one tea spoon of white sugar. Stew 20 min utes. Add a tablespoon of butter, and a dash of cayenne, just before scrv- Cream IjOttmi. The coarser leaves may be used for this. Tear each leaf into three or four pieces. Cut four or live slices of bacon or as much ham into small piecrs and fry until golden brown: while hot add two tablespoons of vinegar. Peat one egg very light. Add to it two tablespoons of sour cream. Then add egg and cream to bacon and vim gar. stir a minute un til it thickens, and pour boiling1 hot on the lettuce. Mix carefully with fork, and serve immediately. I'ritxl Fgg Plant. Cut egg plant in slices one-third of an inch thick, peel, sprinkle with salt and idle them one upon the other. Put a plate with a weight on top of them. iet stand an hour, remove plate and 1 tablespoon of water, one-half tea j spoon of salt and cbush of paprika un ; til well blended. Dip slices of egg plant in the egg. Then in tine bread crumbs. Fry in deep fat. Hroileil K'as: Plant. Prepare sauce as above. When ready to broil, wipe perfectly dry, season with salt. nml paprika, and brush each slice with olive oil. Sprin- I kle with a few tine bread crumbs. Haste while broiling. Serve with ! -Ucos r hnion. Savory 31 meed Meat. One tablespoonful beef or bacon dripping, chopped beef, lamb or veal, one ta.blespoonful of butter, one-half onion, pepper, salt. For this use chopped beef as for Hamburg steak, chopped iamb or veal. Heat in the blazer of chafing dish not over hot water. Brown the thinly sliced onion in the dripping and butter. Put into this your meat, turn with a fork until cooked, season and serve. You may have ready a cupful of to mato sauce or thick gravy and pour this in with the meat before you take from blazer. Then, too, you could make the chopped meat into cakes and roll them in (lour before putting in the fat. Cook until brown. Warmod-Over Beef. Cold pot-roast of beef, one-half onion, pepper, salt, one tablespoonf ul of dripping or butter, one cupful of stewed tomatoes. The remnants of pot-roast or well cooked beef may ho tastiLy prepared for luncheon or even dinner. Heat dripping or butter in the blazer, brown the sliced onion in it and stir ! in the tomatoes Fresh ones may be used if preferred, cut very small. Cook until soft and see that there are no hard lumps left in the tomatoes. "When they have reached the simmer ing point lay in the sliced meat, lower the llame a little and leave the meat in the sauce until heated through. Season to taste and serve. Mutton or veal may be warmed over in the same wa v. A Hot IMi from Cold Mutton. One tabicspoonful butter, cold mut ton, salt, two tablespoonfuls of tart fruit jelly, mustard, pepper. Cold beef and cold lamb please the ! palates of some people, some of the : time, but cold mutton never! To make an appetizing dish, melt the butter and jelly in tlio chafing dish. I o this over a low llame so that the jelly will not scorch. j In this sauce lay the mutton and ; A 1 1 , 1. t. .... 1.1,1 cook until neaieu inrougu. lunir.n w ith salt and pepper and a tiny pinch of mustard if desired. Yarmed-()er Yea I. One tabicspoonful butter, one-half pint veal stock or gravy, cold veal, two tablespoonfuls catchup or chilli sauce. Heat the butter, tomato catchup or chilli sauce and veal stock or gravy in the "chafing dish. When smoking riot, warm in it slices of cold veal cut rather thin. Salt and pepper before serving. This recipe may be used to successfully warm over lamb. ' now tin: war nritT COTTON TKADi:. on: The value of I'nitoil States ex ports f raw cotton anil otton yarn last year to the war coun tries was: K norland 4,000.000 is:.,oMt,o o o o.ooo.ooo 10.30U.000 l r.o.uoo .uoo flerni any 1 'ranee v u stria r.elsium liussia Th war will make a tremend- ous cut in that business. That's why it is noetssary to help the cotton grower and mill worker. You can help l.y usinjr cotton materials wherever possible. lUiyin1-: cotton clothes and ma terials will help the cotton grow er more than buying a b.':Ie ct ctttton and holding it. .Murcnvcr you arc making work for the cotton millr. A special invitation is cordially ex- ! tended to the ladies o outh lie ml and vicinity to attend our annual ; style show of th' very latest import-j ed and American fashions in ready-to- ! wear frarrm-nts. You will be d iiu!ited to see those magnificent costumes ex- hibited on proffs. who come direct They will be here Saturdav shwiiuT ional living mudels from New York, all dav Friday ami frm 1 a. m. to 1 I m. ir. our uanmnt d( partment op. the second V.onr. :oeejal sp.'ci;. lia:: b'.rce attendance been providt-d Adv. .or a I.'ob. 'Msun !ros. Co MASONIC. Called ineetir.tr of South TVnd t.ndsre o l':4. 1'. r a. t.. Fridnv ,.vonlnu'. ct. at 7:::'. M M. Iei;re'. Visitin-' hretbren fraternallv init...i. 1 -5 ' . -..--v- John F. IVHaven. W. M. Richard J. liene. Secy Advt. MOTHER CRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, A OrtticTleiivf for V vrrilrirnK, Conolipritinii, 1 1 r n it it r !i r, lomarh Trouble. l i r il r r . nr.d !. irn Vnrm. T. -? HrrnU hji nit! in ' 4 " i r: r A r ! i i nm- , rr eft. Don't a."Cfpt Sinn.. n-siVil Hil'F." A l'l-f", any substitute. A. S. OLMSTED. Le Roy. N. Y. (Tliursday, Oet. day, Htli. Oct. tlirougli 15tll) of Children's Wear A week full of opportunities for mothers. Complete stocks of novelties and garments for children. Beautiful desirable things for children at this sale. Ellsworth's Store has chil dren's merchandise at prices that will please all who come to this children's Sale. Coirre for the. following: Opportunities for Children from 1 day to 6 months old. Baby's wearables from 1 day to 6 months. Infants' long slips, 75c and S1.00 values, special price 59c. Long fine nainsook dresses with lace and embroidery trimmed vokes, $1 to $8.50. Long flannelette underskirts, regular 50c values, at 39c. Long flannel underskirts, 50c to $2.00. Long flannel Gertrude stvle skirts, $1.25 to $2.00. Infants' flannelette night gowns, with drawstring at bottom, 50c. Infants' long coats in cashmere, crepe pelle and fine serges, $2.50 to $12.50. Opportunities for Children from 6 months to one year old. Baby's Wearables and Novelties from 6 months to 1 year Infants' short Dresses 50c to $5.00. $1.00 and $1.25 values for 79c. Infants' flannelette kimonos in light pink and blue; regular $1 value for 89c. Infants' wool and silk mittens at 25c and 50c. Infants' silk crocheted veils, 50c values, at 38c. Infants' knit and crocheted hoods in wool, Angora and silk, 50c to $1.50. Infants' crocheted and knitted sacques, 75c to $1.50. Infants' bibs 4c to 95c. Infants' knee bootees 25c to $1.00. Infants' short bootees 19c to $1.50. Infants' quilted wrappers 95c to $8.50. Infants' hand-embroidered crepe de chine wrapper, long and short, in pink and blue, $5.00 to $10.00. 'ibid CoMeoiei 5aiew lacnon A certain man was called upon to pay a bill for which ho had issued a bjk several months befor. He tv.rned to his Mo of paid checks and found the one issued In Mis I articular ci.i e. There was the date, tl:e amount, tho name of the partv pa'd and also the endorsement on tho oack of the check' by the man who received the r 'oney. The evidence piven by the chek r tiled the dispute at o?ce. A checkinr account wlih this bank wt.'l do the same for you and mov. Why not st.rt one to. lay. st. Josi:iir rot'MY savings HANK. Tin: st. .josi:pir loan sl trust C()3IIAXV. 3 -S NTS OF VALUE Manj otTierwIt raeritorlous asd rt nablc lnventlcma are rendered wortii les from the atandpolnt of patent pro tection due to kick of atillful prosecu tion, wttcb la neceaT7 In order to obtain claim of broad a7e and pro-tecri'-e value. Have acl CO years' ex perl?nc In patent practice. Ill-teat refrrenoea. Wben pcnble I alTrayg adrlse a per pnal lnterriew. wblrb Is muoh more satisfactory, owing to tbe technical na ture of patents. Pud Information triren upon requesL No charge for ad t!c. IlaTlr.ff a bmnb off? nwr the Pat ent tfSc& at Vf'e&nrnjrto.j, and an ofSc S-l.ere yon ran handily come ex plain yoar lnrentlon. I can Kuara-fltee prompt ncd ucexel!ed errlce. Asmo cJat office in all tbe leading countries of rfce wrld. GEORGE J. OLTSCH P."r'tcrrl l'tfTJt Attorney. South llend. Ind. ice aid Satis Tliurs- ' Z7 ..." r r A Children's Pkilrl 9 P George H. Wheelock & Company r c m1 hum r T.VV.'- . r r Baskets, Fruit Baskets and Work Baskets in designs entirely new prices range from 75c to $15.00. A selection from this line makes an appropriate Bridal Gift. See this beautiful display on our second floor. Nev Electric Elevator Service. George H. Wheelock & Company t Deposits made before October 11th, draw interest from October 1st at 4 L7c . Any amount may be checlied out at any time. Interest paid on all money left for full period. Citizens Bank & Trust Co. STYLE 3HCP JTm nuMSf v: at Prices Especially Low. h r r m FT l I k. I -B 4J j Infants' embroidered cashmere jackets and Nightingales 75c to $3.95. Infants' stork pants, regular 25c value, tor 19c. Infants' stork pants at 50c Novelties Hand-painted ribbon coat hang ers, in pink and blue, 50c to $1.25. Ribbon covered carriage straps, 75c to $1.50. Cro cheted and silk covered hot water bottles in pink and blue, 75c to $1.50. Record books in pink, blue and white, 29c to $1.25. Worsted Dolls. 50c to $1.25. Opportunities for Children from 1 year to 6 years. Children's w hite and colored coats in cash mere, serge, astrakhan, corduroy velvet, zebe line and chinchilla, $2.95 to $10.00. Children's Sleeping Garments, white and dainty colors in flannelette, at 50c. Children's all wool sweaters in white, cardi nal and gray, $1.50, $1.95 and $2.95. Children's Good Sense underwaist, regular price 2 5c, special price 19c. Children's gingham dresses, regular 5oc quality, special price 39c. Children's gingham dresses, regular S1.00 value, special 69c. New Fall wool dresses, $3.95, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 and $10.00. Children's gingham dresses with bloomers to match. 75c, $1.25, $2.00. Children's hats and bonnets in different ma terials and all, colors, 75c to $5.00. Opportunities for Children from 6 years to 14 years old. New Fall dresses, wool, $3.95, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00. Misses' gingham dresses, regular $1.00 and $1.25 values, for 69c. Sweaters for boys and girls, in red. cardinal, white and grev, special prices $1.75, $1.95 and $2.95. Misses' New Fall Coats in Flush, Zibeline. Chinchilla and new wool noveltv cloth, at $3.95, $5.00, $5.95, $7.50 and $10.00. Misses' bath robes at $2.50 and $3.95. Misses' Paul Jones Middv blouses at $1.00 and $1.50. Krr ... of This display on our second floor embraces an unusually hand- s o m e collection of hand ornamented bas kets, finished in French Gilt there are Empire Flower Baskets, Waste i ii EXPERT JEWELRY REPAIRING. iriMOIS monntNl while ou wait. Platinum tip- ami M ttinz on oh! mountin. CLAUER'S.