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ELLSWORTH'S bier Interests : oa THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES ' II , and. WAT! i SOCIETY 1 j , Invitations haw i.c'n iu-d fr several men; holiday -ent.s for th- ri.Mn'-r social .c t. Mr. :t:ul Mr.--. A. X. t:h idler have d invitations ir a dancing- iarty fur th ir dauuhf r, iladilen. v, hich will take l;i c I)--'-. 22 in Anu ri' an lull. Iir. ;nn! .Mrs. F. 1. Hau'cr have invitations out for a sim ilar affair for their daughter Fram .-, to ,v held in the ilaiH'!- .-tu-iio in the J. M. S. l.ijildir.i; Ix.c. o:. Mi:- IIii! !i Kmrnems, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Kmmons will entertain with a dinner party t Ii - s.uno evening at her heme on S. SVott st. Anion? holiday events for the older crowd will he a dancing party m American hall New Year's nH-ht. given by the reorganized I'.enedict eluh. Thoi club and prospective members held en informal dancing party in Amer ican hall three weeks ago at which time it underwent a reorganization nnd made plans for the holiday dancing party on NVw Year's ni-'ht. The Indiana club will hold its annual dancing pariie;; on Christmas niht find New Year's eve, and the Commer cial Athletic club will give its formal guest ball Dec. 2b. and a twilight din ner dance on New Year's night. At the latter event dancing will b-gin at 7:"0 o'clock and dinner will be served at S o'clock after which dancing will continue till midnight. A meeting of the directors of the Catholic YVomin's club was held on Monday afternoon at '. o'clock at ISt. Patrick's library. Intere.-ting reports were read by the n eretary. showing The various educational clashes of tile In I in good c ondition. Much enthu siasm is being shown by those enrolled in the cla.-i-es and the results are most :atisfying. A report was malf flt tn'' social given Nov. is by the club for its members and their fi lends. Preliminary plans were made for the annual meeting of the (dub which wi'I take place on the ernis-g .f Cel.. 2. At that time- officers will be elected for the coming year. Consid eration was given the proposed forma tion of a social ?;mld composed ex clusively of members of tin club who are business girls. ft is believed that a. definite outline will be made at thy next meeting. Th" Young Women'r FTome Mi--fdonnry society of the First Methodist church nut Monday evening at the liureh parlors. note-C: v,t'' Mis. II. L. Smith an. I .Mr:-. 'harhs Mitch t il. During a briet" b!sims-. meeting Mrs. n.",rvo.id was elected fn usurer. The remainder of the evening was i f.cnt w ith sew ing and social pastimes a.'ul refreshments were srrvevl at its tb.se by the hosttsscs. The society will meet the second Monday in Jan uary at the church parlors. The Women's I'd Me class of the First rmrueh of Prcthret; held a business! meeting Monday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Ceor ze Prow n, 1 I 4 :, Vis- tula ;iv. ttieers tor the ensuing j car :ere cleeted hh follows: Mrs. A. J. Austin, president; Mrs. P. P. Snyder, ica president; Mrs. p. Sager. secre tary: Mrs. M. Park.'-, assistant secre tary: .Mrs. Purches, trearurer; Mrs. "William Milb-r, assistant tr'-asurer; Mrs. c. M. Powman. ef'rrespor.ding eerbi r". Th'To will he a joint meet ing of tlie Men's and 'omen's. classes New Year's eve. Miss Ella Learn. 7:'0 W. Colfax av., entertained the Monday Afternoon eluh Monday afternoon. Needlework wa Mie feature of entertainment and luncheon was served at a table pretti " appointed witli roses and narcissus. Mrs. Hans Kick ed' Grand Pnphi.-. was an out ef town guest. Th club will I j , " - " - fc-. ,.i.w. . V.U j-J - t- -- . .-T?.T3 & si Most ' iUJ 1 f ceep Our slippers are most acceptabl Christmas presents. Make th your family and your friends comfortable and happy too. Our slippers wilLplease them more than anything else you could give them. Come in and see our beautiful line in all goods. You can find what you want. n h u U meet I)e. '2 S but the place has not been decided uj;on. An interesting afternoon was devot ed to the st :dy of the ta pestrh s -of Ibaphaei on Monday by the department t art of the Progress club. After 'pending two years and a half in thy study of this artist's work, the de partment will take up the study of Spanish art at its next meeting Jan. i- Mrs. J. A. S'wyuart dis us. d fhe "Miraculous lrat;ght of Fishes" :::;J .Mrs. M. I,. Kahn the "Miracle of tin; Fcautiful Gate." Mrs C. II. YieUery gave a summary of the study of Papliacl. Mrs. flrant Tank. 110 2 N. Michigan st.. was hi'Stess to the Navarre Place Pibje class Monday afternoon, tudy of the. book of ejenesis was eontinur-d. There will he no meeting of tlo Hass next Monday because of the holiday .reason. Mrs. J. Y. Woodward, Mar c.uette a v., will ente rtair Dec. 21. Announcement The regular meeting of the Worth clu. to iiac bin held Monday even ing was postponed. It v. ill - la id next Monday night at the Progress club rooms. Mrs. C. I j. Copp. 7JK California av will entertain the Colfax Y. C. T. L Wednesday afternoon. Iieiorts will bo read of the convention at Atlanta, (!u. The (dfax eirclr will meet .Satur day afternoon at the homo of Mrs. V. J. MajT. 2 i".t K. Navarre st., to celebrate Milton's day. The Woman's Literary (dub will meet Wednesday afternoon at the borne of Mis. Polio i). Page, N. L'. layette st. The Motlo i;,' club will nn-et Tin r:--day afternoon at th- liome of Mrs. Jid-n A. fi!brid. .('j W. W.ishington av., :ti -iae- of witii Mrs. A. P. Fraii'-o as announced. The Pythian tea will be entertained Wedmsday afternoon in K. "f p. hall and the host s will '; Mesdames II. i:. Yitou, palph .Method and P. (J. Jellison. PERSONALS Mrs. J. Popple of Daners. Id., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Polio G. I'age, N. Lafayette st. V()M)I It COLLIXTIOX OP XKW 1)1 M II AND PA I IT V GOWNS. SMXIXG AT JILLSWOHTirs TIirrSDAY. An exclusive upper Pipth a v. im jiorter and designer found lierself in need of ready mm ?y. We have long known of her splendid dresses and when we heard of her predicament we ma.de an offer for 4 ?, of her best I arty gowns which she sold us at a price so low that she made us promise not to use her name a justly famous one. These gowns speak for themselves; they ai Avorks of art. If you don't say they are simply exquisite, we miss our gue-s. South Pend never saw such charming party dresses. They are genuine imported models and splendid copies wore made up for selling at from $7,Z to $1J5.00. And we are selling th'm for ?i'5 each Thursday. Just take tfio trouble to -ee these. Take U from us, no gowns ever seen in South pend or anywhere else prieed like these. They almost make us want to exaggerate. See tomorrow's papers see our windows. Alv . TUP LLPS WORTH STOPP. O C table This Model Serves to Accentuate Slimness v " -.V.V mm : : ' .; '. , ' v X 'V v r- -'A v r1" ; V.;. . '.'.'. -at ;v v v v : : - - 9 . ' : .. : ..v. ' ' . ,' " .v - ' V ' ' , ',' ' A . .. . . .. . .. . By La Kacontouc The a i' pea ranee of slimness :s greatly accentuated l y this model o; Labrador blue civet, draped in one piece from the right shoulder to an extreme, narrowness about the fet and into a pointed t'ain. 'ream l ie i edged with brilliants d ratios the left shoulder and forms the sleeve. sTKAMsm p moyi:mi:ts. NFAY YOPJC. Dev. 1 ". No ?-tem-ers s-ailing today. l)a tr arrive to day: Potsdam from lhtrdam; En richetta from Na)les; Georg Antij)pa from Genoa; Ploride from Havre; Plisazboth from Potterdam; Orcadian from bordeaux; Xitsa from Rotter dam; Atlnnten from Marseilles; Al fred Dumois from Glasgow; Amer ican from Rotterdam: Kansas City from Swansea; Sebek iroi Liverpool; Othello from Hull; Transylvania from Liverpool. ROCHESTER. Hunters and farm ers are on the qui vive over reports of a huge wild animal seen in these parts. It is thought that the animal is probably a gray wolf. The Red Line closed cars are ready for the stormv weather. Phones; Home 3f,Kh Pell CI 3 or 607. Advt. toll lS for A II aice tne memDersor pa - I w o 0 Men Gossip As Freely As Women It is Mistaken Idea That Men Are More Liberal Minded. Woman has been accused of gossip ing. b eause she lacked occujtation. Man. .vim his manifold duties, is sup posed to be too busy for gossip. Put men gossdps aI"e (juite as numerous as tho.-e ef the fairer sex. In men's clubs, many a scandal is st rollin-'. which gaiis niomemtum as it proceeds upon its way, apd w reek. '5 names and homes before it linishes its course. Poolish women risk their reputa tions by alb-wing men to compromise them, and believe implicity that their admirers will jirotHi their iiajnes a-aiia t the w hole world. Yet over a "stag dinner," or over the club table, the story of these ia-i;.-t retions is ireely t(dd. The names are- pos.-i!d-, or prob-abl-. withheld; bai it is a s;mp!' mat t tor the !bt n rs to locate the har in tin- story ot the play as re-laT.-d by the pioud L'dh'.ro. V v I'nder the indue nee of w ine and "Good 1 Yllow shi p.". me n who have been trusPd and believed m by weak women ha- more than once shown lett' i s and b.-.ati-d of tin. ir conquests. W man Jj;' ! e'i aecued of being jeab us in her treatment of her own se-. Tiic arrival of a r.ew woman in her l ire!,. j: s;.jiaosed to awaken her to a ''c-e .a" rivalry which leads her to eie petty acts. Put it w as a you'", i; man who car ried off the paim for p't ty actions at one f tu. Miiiimcr resorts. P.ecaus-- ;t r, attract!-.? ann.a wo man c ;:.:' to il;e jlace without oiing ing a df taib d a.. couTit of her jast life, the yin. tii an set himself the no. le task of studying I'ne directory of the town !i;!ii whieh she came, and in est iga tin:; the history of all larnilies i earing h"t" name. Each da he made a new report upon the i-'ssihlo. identity of the young woman. His listeners v.- e amusr-d: but no one n;s ttan!v enough to tell him how desjiiea.bb' ha- seedl'-d in all eves. Meantime the ver '. rrlhy and tired youm: w-enan. wlio had left an excellent po-bion an'.opv: the woihl's eiliicatt-';', aral , Jio came away f,r r st and re reati-m. and chose to avoid any ihouL h; nf her da.tb-s liile rt-t-ing. was all unconscious of this espionage. I.ihed and resjt cted by her own sex. she was not prepared to had a would-be spy and gossip among men. It is a mistaken belief of most wo men that men are their best and mot liberal-minded friends. Men demand more of women in the way of conventional behavior than other women demand. Men arc much m ire critical than women. A man will not hesitate to he seen in pu lie with a. woman whose name rests under a. shadow; huUhe will be very rirm in forbidding his wife or Bis ter or mo the;' lo b ecu with her. That is not friendship or defense. A woman lias been known to de clare her belief in the intmoence ot one who was the subject of gossip, and at the same time to announce her in tention to stand by her. And she has been prevented by the men of her family. Yet these same men were re garded by the victim of go.c?ip as loyal to her, because they spoke to her in public places, we men held aloof. Men believe themselves to be more liberal and just ir.- their estimate of women than our sx; but they are not. They deceive themselves. Women are growing more liberal minded, more just and more sym pathetic with each ele-eade. They are growing less prone to gossip. But men are keeping up the aver age. When next you hear a bit of gos sip, look up its source. Ten to one, you will Hnd it started with a man. t Copy right. 1HH. by Star company.) Horn to "Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sicrns, d22 Wen.ircr ,t.. a daughter, Dec. m'Afi:nu:it Tin: iiohsi:s. Ion't forget to !.- kind tu your horr in winter weather. Give him plenty of warm bedding at nicht. food him well three times a day, kpep your b;irn snuar and tijrht and blanket vniir horso while he is standing' out ifi the cold. Adv. Hl'MAXi: SOCIETY. VT.iry Canlm. Houbigant. D'Jerkie.", :ck-v. Hnuor - Jallett perfumes, all f.vkc s;.ffty rf.7or.s, toilet ets. mani cure .-ets. mirr-tr.s. Otto C. Bastian, Pruirit. Auditorium theater. Adv. ti: n:yT nrr. Chri' Tuas roecris this week ten nr cent off for -a?h on all oar best ootls us well as the cheaper kind. Adv. Fcrndell drocery & Market. sriTAHLK A.MAS (JUTS. KoVlal;-, $1.00 up: kodak albums, calendars. (tto (. Iastian, Druggist, Auditorium theater. Adv. fikst AT:I,,. Ten jer cent off in our high grade (Irofcrics this week. Save your cash checks bring them Saturday and get cash. Ferndell Grocery & Market. Adv. Till: TF.MPI.i: HF.TH-FL FADIFS will ive a bazar and pastry sale Tues day and Wednesday, 213 S. Michigan. Adv. SUIT AM) OYFKCOAT li.MKJAIXS. Will make to order 1 0 0 sails at each and 2", overcoats at .2'. each. J. J. Kretizbt-rer, Merchant Tailor. W. Jefferson blvd. Adv. i.oDcr.s ami socurriFs. S; ci.tl mec tin'-r of Beech Tree court. 211. Tuesday evening. Dec. 1 to m ; arrar.pepients to attend funeral of Brother W. T. Sherman 1. 'mna-'b , Wednesday inrnin at 10 '.!. k fro-,r. I'irst I'rethrcn huixh. coj-.M'i- Indiana av. ami Miami st. .1. W. M.:c,r;;iCi chief. u -;.ha Bliiott, Scribe. Advt. r. .iosf.im! i !.i:v (;pk N(ii:, y. .-m. Ii v,ular tr.eetin- Thursday. l'.O V a.. A?'Tc t! b-etion f ;5;r rs. All rnenil-e r invited to be present. AdU. "hoic' bne rf i:i.r-Wetr Alumi num Specialties an.l Tass. r''e Di?:e-. approj. M;tt. for Christmas T.n-s'iits. U. W. Schafirur, 127 W. JeffeVt' n. Advt. ner and an Exclusive Upper hifth Avenue U'esigner- c j KAIIDKERCHIEFS FOR N.-" CHRISTMAS Those who know the delights of shopping at Ells worth's Handkerchief Department never g elsewhere. Year after year you come, always expecting to iiiui the most wonderful assortment in the world and you are never disappointed. Every land that produces Handker chiefs is fully represented. Hw.rythmg that is new is usually displayed here lirst. livery tiling that is ld, yet staple and desirable, is also carried in stock. Ni fning is missing that good taste demands and at lillsworth's "pure linen" means pure linen absolutely. We quote below some of our most popular holiday lines. Men's Hand Embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs, 25c and 5oc. .Women's Hand Embroidered Initial Handkerchiefs, l 5c and 25c. Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, lie, 15c, 25c, 35c and 5oc each. Armenian Lace Trimmed Handkerchiefs, 35c and 5oc each up to S3. 00. . Maderia Embroidered Handkerchiefs, 25c, 5oc, 75c and SI. 00 each to $3.00. GIV1-: KKCITAIi V1-DESIJAY. Pupils of the South Bond conserva tory of music will rivc t ieir Decem brr ro'. i'al Wednesdny v?niim' in the conservatorv recital hall at S o'clock. -V-1-- :i senior program and all the friends of that clasp am t , t( iully Invited to attend, though all music lovers will be welcome. WTTJi TlfKKK Hi: A VTCTKOTjA iy voni iioMi: this chhist- MAS? Wi: CAKKY A COMI'Ll-.TK Tjyi:. George II. Wheelock & Go. S? STYLE SHOP i fOMJf A Gift That Will Be Doubly Bracelet watches are very popular right now. In ad dition to being a time-piece, it is also convenient and beautiful on the arm. The Greun here shown is very ml attractive as well as depend- able. 15 jewel in 25-year case and bracelet. S 2 5.00. Slid Gold case, S3 5.00. Other attractive designs at SS. oo and up. Pleasin 3-Flocr Jewelry Store. Wonder collection of Party Gowns O Vr S1E 7 JMtt s ' 7M G BR.IGHT&ST SPOT Ar I v j a a i. I All orders received at this H be mailed to customer by the J. W. Hollovvay Co., 246 U T7;ffK A,ro M,.r Vrlr nrmnninr? nil rharfrfle n ro noin in i Fifth Ave., New York, providing all charges are paid in fa advance. Free Port COUPON A coupon like tills is published in all editions of The News-Times. Seven of these coupons of consecutive dates from The News-Times will give vou FREE CP n I, f CHARGE a superb photographic enlargement. Present coupons and picture you wish enlarged to j? Photo Dept., News-Times. Coupons must te presented by adults, hree oner containing only one head. Slight charge for others. A handsome carbonet enlargement for the seven cou pons and 50c. A beautiful enlargement in delicate .-.A C - S3 water colors for seven coupons and SI. No mail orders B received. fj- Present Coupons at EYES EXAIiiiNED Bad Headache Rf-lievod without the us of Druj by 13 P Hv "n Rfducti V H. LEPJONTREE tuuth Brnd't Leading Optometrist Mjnufaturinc Optician. 222V2 S. Michigan ftrret. Home Thone 6304. Bell Phoae 317. frundaja from 9 to 10:30 a. m. by Appoint. ment. Suits for F;!en and Women $15, $18 id $20. Easy Payment. GATELY'S 112 13. .IrffoTson VA(t. Dm- - all fr om 1 Seme Gift Hints Gloves are in every way just right for gifts. We have gloves for everybody; all sorts at prices ranging from si to S3. 50. What woman wouldn't appreciate a hand bag? This season they have peculiar fashion significance. Hand Luggage is good foi giving. It will carry Christ mas greetings and fulfill its purpose in travels that put quality to the test. And Ivory Toilet Articles are particularly fine for giv ing. TOWN ill It II IT II Mil 'MillMlMOfajMMM FREE PORTRAITS office after Dec. 18th will New rait CoiiBoa NO. 83. w The News-Times Office j Kodaks We carry a fine lino i" lola.k and JJronis. $1.0" anl t 1 1 . Ili- lino rf ihoto alliums, ealend ir;- arid fla.-h lights at low jiricty. South Bend Camera Co. With J. Burke & Co., -JCO S. Mih (rcn cvcnir.s'a until Xma. thi: wi:sli:y miici: ilock am) n;i:i co. All Kinds of lVttl De-lHcivtl Annlierv. I.'O s. Mich. M -JIG V. Tutt. Homf Phono 5102 and 5056. T!1 Phrir 35 and SG3. FREIGHT BAGGAGE RED LINE TAXIS MESSENGERS rniMTrn2 olt;i ;iciiu;an st. (;HMlte Auditorium.