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Info west eaaii aio tier TH BMGMTC3T SPOT AV TOWN THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES of Womemi r SOCIETY Much interest is lirur :irmd -M-iilly by the coming lecture f Mmi;in'C Philippine Art'd. the younir l!'linn.voni;in who will t;tlk Sunday ninj; in American hull on the pre.- nt conditions in I'.elsium and on va rious interesting phases f ItelKian life. At several informal social nf f.Jrs of the w'Pk, M:ulamt; ArtoU has 'r. Invif d to h present, and in each casft pave in a charming manner :; -turr-s of Helian lift. Saturday veuinir she and h'jr husband, Valen tino I'renti:-', will be entertained at an informal dinner to be niven by Otis Kotnlm- at his home. Tuesday a(te.r Tioun she, wys anions an informal thimble at the home of Mrs. Oeorip L. Iluer on Wayn-- st. At a miscellaneous slower at the honu- of Mrs. Joseph Utricle of Prairie a v. Thursday rvenlmr an noiinoemtrit was made of the enrae ment of Miss Alice Keriek to Oda i'.ts.-ett of Mishav.aka. The wedding will take place next Wednesday. At the lof of a pleasant social eveninpr o'ainty refreshments were served. The hosted was assisted by Mrs. John A. K'-ricl. At the regular meetinK' of the St. Jowph Valley Grange Thursday in American hall plant were made for a T'amily banquet to be held Thanksgiv ing day at American hall for the members and their families. On ac- 'Hint of the bad weather of Thursday tiie meeting of the granite was poorly ::ttended anil only routine business ''as transacted. 1 reciprocity day waa observed by the Impmrnptu eiub at its regular meet ing ThJisday afternoon at the home of Mrs. 1 II. Goodman, 924 Inland ;, Two papers which were written by club women from different part.s of the state were secured from the ate reciprocity bureau and read by Mrs. I-:. J. Harrison and Mrs. I). Pol lock. The first was the "Natural Wonders of Indiana" by Mrs. May 1'rffley of Ladoga, Ind., and the oth er "Woman's Part in Indiana His tory" by Mrs-. Anthony Heitenour of I'nion City, Ind. The papers were both of qreat interest to the club. At .". o'clock William Happ ave a short t.Alk on the proposed work of the federation for Social Fervice, to which the members responded with subscriptions to the project. The next regular meeting of the club will be held Dec. 3. An interesting meeting of the Thursday club was held Thursday aft ernoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Gaskill. 40 IJ. Monroe st. The pro gram which followed a brief business meeting consisted of talks by Mrs. O. b. Stevens, who spoke on the "Inter national Marriage Law," Mrs. W. H. chaefer whose topic was "Marriage and Divorce," and Mrs. F. V. Urqu hart, "Woman's Growing Revolt Against Coercive Marriage." Music was furnished by the victrola and the critic's report was heard. Koll call was responded to with short discus sions relative to the subject of the afternoon study. December 3 will b lecture day and will be observed at the home of Mrs. F. C. Freycrmuih, Mo Ashland av. Miss Anna "Wagener, 213 N. Lafay ette t., was hostess Thursday even ing to the Westminster guild of the First Presbyterian church. The even ing was spent by the guests with nee dlework, tho guild having arranged to sew for the poor of the city. Dur ing tho regular business meeting offi cers were elected as follows: Ml-.-Anna Wagener, president; Miss lMna Hudson, vice president; Miss Zoo Lynch, secretary and treasurer. Re freshments were served by the hostesg during a social time. The i:ihi will meet with Miss Kva Jackson. 4 02 Lincoln tvay west Dec. 10. The opening dance of Kies was given Thursday the Yama eening at American hall with an attendance. suite of the inclement weather, of j about 75 couples. The hall was at tractively decorated for the occasion. Messick's orchestra furnished music tor the program of dances, a charm ing feature of which wn the firefly waltz. Lights wee lowered and Japanese punk used with prvtty effect to illuminate me nan. nmunua j were served. The club will Kive a nuni- i ber if affa'rs during the season for j the younger set of the city. j Mrs. W. B. Calvert. L'12 W. Col fax av., entertained the Eureka club Thursday afternoon. The guests num bered 10 members and one visitor, Mrs. Everett Calvert. Plans were j made during the business meeting of ! tho club to support a needy family; during the winter. Instead of the i tegular fancy work with which the time, is spent, the club will sew for the pox. A social time followed dur ing which choice refreshments were served by the hostess. Th" club will will meet Dec. t with Mis. George Sc cor. 207 W. Naarre st. Mrs. H. E. White. 7t Allen st.. J . ntertained the Women's Foreign Mis- ; sionary society of Trinity M. E. ehurch Thursday afternoon. The busi- ; ness period was followed by the les- : son on i ne v nuu in ine .muim in . harge of Mrs. Carl Rogers. Mrs. Homer Robinson gave a pleasing readinc and Miss Nellie Inwood gave an interesting report of the district convention at LiCros.-e. lnl. The meeting closed with a social hour. IB If M d en s an t W 1 buckle arctics. Union Christmas Gift Suggestions For the Grown Son Dre-cr set iti -bony or .-IIvr. (Touch cushion-;. Easy chair. Shaving mirror. Opera hat. Panama hit. Mackinaw. H v.-eater. Evening shirts. White, vest. Silk ,vocks. Pajamas-. Path robe. Platinum and gold watch chain Evening mutlkr. Belt. Fmbiella. White silii Mispt-udt r." for dress s:uit. Tie holder. Leather shoe horn. Silk knitted reefer for evening. Leather case for medicine botle. Puttees. Riding crop. Hillfold. leather magazine cover. Copper chating dish. Bookrack, green plaster. Hat band. Half a dozen white dress Razor roll. ties. Bookcase. For the Small Son Ice skatep. Rocking hors. Skating shoes. Drum. Roller skates. Horn. Toy sailboat. Top. Train of cars. Baseball. Sled. Hat. Catcher's glove and mask. Football. Baseball, football, cowboy. Indian, or soldier suit. Cowboy, Indian, or soldier suit. Printing press. Stamp album. Marbles. Books. Boy scout uniform and hat. Pair of rabbits. Pair of moccasins. Bow and arrow. Blacking outfit in leather case. Back yard tent Indian,clubs. Rubber stamp. Reins. Writing paper. StilLt. Small desk. Express cart. leather belt, "Ii Glove.r . Harmonica. Small camera. ;e father's. Mrs. C. W. Romln. entv"tain the socb .y Vassar Ice. 17. av will O. V. Powell. -Ill t.ir.nrtn av., was hostess Thursdav afternoon to the Modern Peehlve clu!. Com fortable were knotted by the mem bers. A general s ...rial tim followed during which the hoste.-s servel a luncheon. She way presented with a gift by the club. The club will meet Dec. 3 with Mrs. W. MeM, Lasalle av. The ladies of the e'.race M. I'. church gave their annual chicken pie supper Thursday evening at the church parlors. Preparations were made for a large number b;:t because, of the inclement weather the patron age, was comparatively small. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Custer, 1112 Van Buren St.. will entertain with an at home Sunday all day in c lehration of their COth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Tiedeman, S-4 T 1 - .... :. !, r nunc a iniormauy on j I i uursoay ceninic Kir .irs. j;. J. l'oiil 11 . . . . i. ji ii. ? . - . j m.i 1 1 in i nui.J i. a jm ni-. lister oi .Mrs. A. P. Miller, Lnnonte terrace, jth wb.otn she has been visiting. Mrs. Pohlman and Mrs. Miller went to Chicago today where they will spend the week end. Mrs. Pohlman will return to her home from there. The Voting People's Bible class of u,c southeastern part of the citv held ils rvPruj.ir mevtin Thursdav evening at tno lomP (,i Harvey Keilev, 1142 t:. Haney av. The attendance was I good. Mrs. A. fwar.wn, 1145 E. In diana av., will entertain the class next Monday giving. evening because of Thanks- The Aid society of Munson chapel met Thursday all day with Mrs. Wal ter Eckman, Division st- road. Fif teen ladies were present and spent the day with sewing. A delicious dinner was served at the noon hour. The so ciety will meet Dec. : with Mrs. O. I. Milligan, Crumstown road. The I). I. Pedro club met Thursday lifternoon with Mrs. Paul Thielka. 9;i W. Oak st. At cards prizes were awarded Mrs. G. Frank, Mrs. W. Ka ule and Mrs. Jot- Kagle. A dainty two course luncheon was served during a o. ial hour. The club will meet Dec. with Mrs. G. Frank. TIM Harrison a v. Mrs. L. S. IuPierre, :0 2 W. Colfax av.. was hostess Thursday afternoon to the members of the Mothers' club. Routine business; was transacted and the afternoon spent socially. Re- 3 Co, Special Boy (0) Shoe Brass bowl filled with shot, to hold pencils. Handkerchief oox with pincushion on top. Box of favorite powder. shaving soap and Writing tablet fitted with assorted stationery. e;ioes. Suit case. Collar bag. Handkerchief case. Malacca cane. Sapphire or opal scarf pin. Bedroom slippers. Seal ring. Silver photograph frame. Skating cap. Whisk broom in. holder. Student lamp. Leather lamp mat. Brass box. Leather box for rubber bands and paper clips. Brass drsk clock. Card case. Visiting cards and plate. Traveling bag. Album for amateur photographs. Assortment of new music. Folding leather picture frame. Military brushes. Leather waste basket. Dog collar. Electric battery. Whistle. Electric flash. Silver watch and chain. Bicycle. Rain coat. Sweater Fiiit. Rubber boots. Penknife. Puppy. Tool chot. Carpenter's bench. Kite. School pennant. Scroll paw. Bathln? suit. Ink pencil. Camera. Building blocks. Ninepins. Album. Small typewriter. Aeroplane. Individual drinking cup. Set of pencils. Folding rule. Developing and printing outfit. Toy automobile. Velocipede. Pony. American fiapr. Subscription to a boy's magazine. PaP and shovel. Bath robe. Bath slippers. Hockey sticks. Leash for dog. omaii s Home Companion. . " i freshments were served. The club will mf-et Dec. c with Mrs. Harry El liott, W. Colfax av. The Circle of Mercy held its iegu lar meeting at the home of Mrs. J. L Turner, 7,1$ Leland iv.. Thursdav aft- rnoon. Routine bMsiness was trans- acted nnd the remainder of the after- noon devoted to sewing. During a social hour luncheon was served by tho hostes-". The circle will meet Dee. 3 with Mrs. Kweetland. 410 Michigan a v. Mrs. William Eadke. .25 W. Indi ana a v., wa.s hostess Thursday after noon to the Ladies' Aid society of tho Indiana Av. Christian church. Mrs. Charles Culp led In prayers alter which Mrs. F. Tritt gave tin interest ing reading. Talks were given by Mrs. H. A. Todd and Mrs. Walter Cra mer. Several letters from absent friends were read aloud. Recitations were given by the Misses Catherine Cramer, Dorothy Crabb and Genevieve Hawkins. Refreshments were served during .'n informal hour. The socie ty will meet Dec. 17. The regular meeting of the Philan thropic department of the Progress cl::' will begin promptly at 3 o'clock this afternoon and the members will be addressed by Ribbi Cronbach, who v.-ill give a report of the national conference of Charities and Correc tions: by Mrs. Milb-r on the. work of the state commission on the hours and conditions of working women, and by Miss Carrie Rein, Mrs. Victor Jones and John Bordner on the country clubs and social center!'.. Vocal numbers will be furnished by Mrs. Timothy W. Shanafelt and piano numbers by Mrs. Wilbur Metzgcr. Mrs. S. W. Nicholson gave an Inter esting talk Wednesday afternoon to the members of tho History depart ment of the Progress club, her topic being "A Glimpse of a New England Town Meeting." Following her talk chapter 2 8 of the text, Advanced Civics, was studied. The department completed its arrangements for the program with which It will entertain the general club Saturday afternoon. The principal feature of the occasion will be a talk by Sheppard Leftler of the History department of the Prog ress club, on phases of the European war. The eighth grade orchestra will furnish musical numbers. tviiki:y supii:k. A special turkey supper tomorrow, Saturday, at 3:30 to 7 p. m. will be served in our popular Tea Iloom. Special tables will be reserved by re quest. Call up Mrs. Nicholson. Both phones. Popular prices. Service and revoking the best in the city. Advt. Hobert.'on Bros. Co. a ;i:ntli: ki:mimi;k. The little; daughter waj of thf opinion that sornt friends who were calling had visited long enough. "Say. mother." said the daughter. "let's us go to bed; perhaps the folks want to go home." I,OIGi:s AM) KOCTl-TrilM. aiti: post x. , A. IL Will meet at post room at 1 o'clock p. m. Friday. Nov. 20th. to attend the funeral of ctur late comrade, Rob.t E. Tutt. Full Grand Array ceremonies at the house. Aflvx. Qias. J. Taylor, Commander. MEXXT FOR IV. K. C. SUPPEIL Chicken pie. mashed potatoes, swet Ul potatoes, cabbage e&Ud, cheese and i . 1 ? 1 A II.. 1 J . . kin pie, coftVf. Price L'Dc. Advt. 1 Newest Departure in Muff Design ',""1 J VW xV-- &F:r IB? U .: - A k xmti ft. y'-M TtI Vi-7 ' - : i . - j . . . . . , . -. . - - . 1 ' -: ' . r-1 5 IIV l. RACON TEl si:. Novel cravat neckpiece f summer ermine, worn with pillow minT, hav ing bnu'elet eufi's the mvet depart ure in muff designing. The regular meeting of the Pastime club to have been heid Thursday aft ernoon has been postpone,! to Pee. : when it will be held at the home of Mrs. Carl Moore, .S. Fellows st. PERSONALS Mrs. .1. .1. Bmrker and Mrs. Tom .Monterey. Ind., ale is- f'hapman of .' Ring with Mr Snl Marietta and .Mrs. V. Biucker, i. Thev will remain a few days. Oscar Rang of the S. South Da kota, is vi.-iiing with Miss Eivia Cham paign, 119 N. Hill st. Mr. Rang has been in the Philippines lor four years end had not seen snow during tnat time until lie reached the states, lie is en route to his home in )t hi-coh, Wii. TEMPERATURE WEARS ZERO MARK THURSDAY Weather lrcdictinns Indicate That Snow Will Reinaln Together With Moderates Weather. Weather observations indicate that the present cold snap will urobably continue locally for at least another Tt hourf. The temperature for the season was at its lowest early thia morning. when the thermometer registered eight degrees above zero. There was a snowfall of eight inches during Thursday and Thursday night. Predictions do not indicate more snow at the present time. The first sleigh bells were heard Friday morning and with the present ideal sleighing conditions, which will likely be maintained as there is no thaw in prospect, a good, old-fashioned Thanksgiving may be looked forward to. Although there are many inclined to believe that because of the. lateness of the season the winter will be unusually severe, there is nothing In the otticial weather reports to in dicate this. If the ilrst snowfall be an indication of what the winter will bring, the chances for severe cold are lessened, as part winters with much snow have- proven. Embarrassing Hairs Can Be Quickly Removed ( Beauty Culture Hairs can be easily banished from the skin by this quick. painless method: Mix into a stiff past some powdered delaton and water, epread on hairy surface and in 2 or 3 min utes rub ofi. wash the skin and it will be fre of hair cr blemish. Except ing in very stubborn growths, one ap plication is M:ieient. To avoid dis appointment, huy the delatone in an original package. Announcements '1 special day osi $10.00, $25.00. Special Sales for Saturday on Furs at $5.00, $10.00, $15.00 and $25.00 Special Sales for Saturday on Suits at $11.25, $13.50, $18.75 and $24.37. Special Sales for Saturday on Dresses. $15.00, $18 and $19.75 Dresses at $10.00. Special Sales for Saturday on Waists at $1.00 and $2.00. Special Sale for Saturday on Children's Coats and Dresses at $5.00. Special Sales for Saturday on Underwear. Special Sales for Saturday on Blankets. Special Sales for Saturday on Flannelette Night Gowns and Bath Robes. PLAN TO RECEIVE KIES ltiii-AmoiieMU Trade speak: Ifero This Kvrnlnj:. . S. Kies of the National City ban'; ot .Ww York and an authority on trade conditions of L,:itin America will speak to iUht under the .auspices of the Chamber of Coir.nierce at the rotfrt's club rooms. Manufacturers of the city have .ent invitations to their miK-s nianatjcrs outside of the city as well us to other manufactur ers to attend the mectinir. Keplies received indicate a larffe attendance. A telegram was re-reived from Mr. Kies this morning to the effect that lie would arrive in this city from Cleeland at 1:10 o'clock this after-noo-i. He was to be met by ill O'Brien of the O'llrien Varnish Co., representing the manufacturers, and licorpe W. Harri.'-on of the Citizen' National bank, i c-pi sentir.K the bank- ers. and will be taxen xo ine auinmi- trat've oitlccs of such mrniuacturinf, plar.ts as be riven he may esjXH iitny oesire ana the opportunity for a short conMiltation with the ales managers of each. At o'clock the committee, j.om vri n . A. .Mclnerny, P. M. V. Weeks. Joseph raxton. vill O'Brien and Heore W. TIairisen. together with such other citizens :md visitors who desire to join them will entertain Mr. Kits :it the Oliver. Already a number of acceptances have been re ceived from manufacturers from out side the city. NO APPLES FOR SHOW Local Growers Do Not Inhibit He caiic of Usht Crop. Few if any local apple exhibitors nr oresent at the fourth Indiana arri show which is beinf? held at Indianapolis this week. Local grow- . m - A. ers say that this is because or tne iact that the apple crop in uus i".-" vlcinitv was unusually light this year. There is no apparent reason for this except that this was an o.T year here, while over the remainder of the state IK- th crou was me mge-M. that has been grown in several years. ALYJUUAOi: I.TCKXSKS T?,.irt I. I?.ikins. 3. cook. euuiv, van Park. Hi.; Florence Oak Park. B. Williams. 61, ACCI'ITS POSITION. Mrs. Katherine Fowler has accept ed a position with the Brandon-parrel 1 Co. STOCK STAWiF-S P.FIIX. ATLANTA. Oa., Nov. 2 0. The fine i stock stables at Grovetown. da., be- -. ; lonping to F. L. JJodge, millionaire I racing man of New York, Lexington, i Ky., and Grovetown, were burned this 1 morning, destroying 15 line horses. ! two mule? and other property. The I los,s w ill reach $150. OuO. mXTAKFS niYIDF.M). NEW YORK. Nov. 20. The Chesa- veake A: Ohio railroad has declared i the usual quarterly dividend of one ; p r cent, payable Iec. 31 to holders . i oi recoru vjz. v. HIS REASON". "I don't tee whj you should refuse to go to the opera with r.ie when yoa went to tho ball "with me last nieht." "Oh. ttuit a masked ball. Nex VorV. "Vorld. TRY NEWS-TIMES VANTADS 1 1W 1 . CI TV Coats $15 00, $18 George B. Wheeled This view reprc'seiu a poriiua (j dinnerware sections seconj y dinnerware sections second floor. ' ! t ''.- - Cl ' . - V. ;: - ' .'" . , - , ; P, s r f-i; 'e - s,- rr, :; -:, -i-7 ..i. yd : : :, : In our Thanksgiving Dinnerware Sale open stock patterns to select from man;, sharply reduced prices. New Electric Elevator Service. George H. Wheelock & Company Tl'llKFY sriMM K. A special turkey supper tomorrow, Saturday, at Tr.dO to 7 p. m. will be served in our popular Tea Room Special tables will be reserved by re quest. Call up Mrs. Nicholson. Both phones. Popular prices. Service and cooking the best in the city. Advt. Robertson Bros. Co. Information for Lung Sufferers Tte makers of K kznin"s Altenitiv will be pleJt-d to shrill reports f refveri'-s from tuberculoid and a biokl-t f inter est to suffers, with information al ut diet and rresTi air. Invtsti:it this ;ie: 21 tl Susquehanna Air, 1'hila.. l'u. It Ie-.tr hlr: I nr two year I vt if- tlltti with Iit-morrliaiif of the luncs and later I wn taken tilh u vere att.t k of; pneumonia. When I reoerel hufti l-ntl o walk about the fiou-r I 1 a left with ; a frightful liarklnjr consh. whlrh no inedi- j rine I had taken roulil alleiate. It wa ; at thin time. Marrh. lift?, that I ftart-l ' taking: K kninnV Altern;itite. In hort time my riuKti wa pone and I pro nounced well. I cannot peak too htrhly for tho ywod it ha done." ( bbrevi"t-d.) (lgpd) HOWARD L. KLOT:' Ecmac' Alterative 1 i-ft efS'-iolous la Lrocciil.il -itarrij ,.d severe tirtt and lun aCftlns and up!uildic? tL ?TfteL3. 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