OCR Interpretation

South Bend news-times. (South Bend, Ind.) 1913-1938, December 28, 1914, AFTERNOON Edition, Image 5

Image and text provided by Indiana State Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn87055779/1914-12-28/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

. 4 r
! ' ' . -
mmmm mmmm mmmm
fi Social amid Other Iimteireste f Womee
'i: i
- - ' i
Very Dainty Evening Gown to
Complete College Girls Wardrobe
Nov On
K mm r . r I - M .
Mr. :u. i Mr-. J:.
: : . w -.. : i ..
.r.l .!! k 1: .'. n ; r :
r -ntli P.. :i V, . .:. .
; : M idl-
.-': Mi I'.'-rvi
'.ill ::i
t!i :s :
V" ! i i i . ill ; i
.Mr.-. Th. ! T. .'
Hi ! i'. :
;:r. :.
Mi- ii.iry
Mr. ;.!.!
. ' I i . :t I ; f. !'.!
i i:. ;'!":: ir-'P'T
. -i ; mi
..r '
M -.?" '
y y . ' : . .. ,.,r .v., : .
a -.'1 !:: :.! .i .(. ...
Mr-v I 'r 1 :! r; t: ar ! M r.
i i a r j W ii . ! ' . a u -
:: ' : i ; ; -a j t 'I i . a t i i i a I 1 -!
i v. 1 i ' t . a a ' i a '. :' i : n a
i ..;.! i r i : i .' . a r , ' . i ; tit .r i 1 .-,
.M.-.- !!?! .-taj.ar.l a I im! la r.a j.oli.-s,
,:,.! Mi:-, i "i -;.',, nm-r of Cin-
.t !.- . i : . ! ! l 1 1 1 .;: of
.Mi-. ':na 'a .!: a.'M Mi -. I'.i' ia-r is
i.itii.4 ar -.-t':, Mrs. ".'h 1 -k.
r t - i.;' tli- '-n i ;.a ! !- - n t s of tli---.k
'.ill tli'- i a t : i ; . .,f Da- Ili-rli
8 ii'.o , 1 a:-.- !' 1 1 1 'A lik' h 'A ill
h !.! V o 'a y '.i,::ia in the lli'll
:i'.o - in a, , a n i. 1'ioai 1 1 1 1 pia-S'-at
a 1 1 ! i . i : : . a t o j -! n ; i . . tin- i o r n ! 1 1 ! 1 1
in ...no, ?k- a:; air w 1 1 a rat.
:-ia A ' j -t .i ra s ar- . ! i . i r ; : ' in
:.i!y a r i I a :.-o. . ro ,'. , j. -t' !.
Tia liali v. il! 1..- attro t i - ly 1. .aat-
ii aia! a IIM.t saapr will ,.- -ii'.t.l.
AiiMip;' i'a.p-o j i - fit will I,- a nain-
v : 1. s ; i a in i .- i i " :i a t r n t . ol-tla-
Th' r' ! a 'l tiola t on' tit for
lio.-- ih.tt !o not ! am . i;,ic!i ria in
pr ;' tla- !:-- lias h'-Ti askcii to
ri?i'i a Ira ml. It is thought tliat th
i lass uill ontcrtain jr tl') jx-oplf.
Th- - ' rn nasi a m ;tt the 'on mrial
At'ili-ti'- !a'i ilr s.- ol in its holiday
for tia annaal formal uitt iull
lo . i i-n tlti I'Viaiin;'. Holiday
colors ,md t niidoins foaturt- jroini-la-ntly
and with loMdy rtfr t. Mrs
si k's full or hstra will furnish mu-si-
for tin- affair. Th danro is x
i t-d to ). ora- of t!w rno.-t njoyal'lo
( 11m- olnli sa-.ai ataj many masts
from out of the city will attend. Fri
day 'nin-- the Huh will -nc its
New Year twilight dame. I.e-'iimiim at
7 o'clock with dinner at 7:1.".
In r( lei, ration of their L'th wedding
armi a rsary. Mr. and Mrs ('.. M.
Hewitt entertained informally Satur
day cmlnir at dinner at their home,
M:i Was.rilniitun av. Covers ware
pl.iced for at a talde Ik antif ully ar-
ram;e with a enter jii.ic of pink'
Tarnations and holly. Mr. Hewitt is'
superintendent of the Stephenson'
I nderuear nulls atal the musts at the
dinner were the foremen of the fac
tory. Amoir-c many attractie Kifts
was a lou'iuet of i ; roxs iircs.ntcd
l'V the foremen.
1 ::
V -
k ;. .:. y . . V
li.v La HaconteuM.
Very dainty is this evening froci
and shadow lncf nnd decked . with
strings nf brilliants. A cape of metal
limeade swings from the shoulders
desned to t-omph te the tadlet- girl's I anj oVt.r this fulls a sash of pale pink
wardrobe of white satin veiled in netlsatin ribbon
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carlisle will
Khe a Christmas dancing party at
the Indiana club.
The Horn Telephone club will meet
with Mrs. :iincr Riicey, 1 05 Yu-
A n n ai iieemer t has been rcceiv-d of
f!i" ruaTria; of Miss Helen Lotmr.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IMwin T.
I.otii;. and i:an Harnett of I'.uehan-
i M 1iili . In l 1 1 1 1.- t.l ..... ..
chria,,: ;, ,i..v ,t th.. i,'...' .a- , i... ! cliool. A committee composed of
' K K I I w I 4 T Ul III
The class of 'j1'2 if the South Fiend
high school will give its tirst reunion
; at s o'clock at the gymnasium of the
'tide's j iivnts on the IM ward-burg
Miss Nellie Anders. Miss Klizabeth
sire. Warren lUodgett. Walter V.
i-.:d. The cremonv was performed i ' " ' ', , , .,,,M1 l T w
.1. C. MeKav of stall M... mstronjj am Charles lufchncr has
ni..ri;il .-hnivh. the weddin- p;ir, JrraW-,l.fr tho ( ntertainment. Artis'
' 41 i,ri'lii.ai-.i n-il! fiiriiiuli iiiiiwi.
orchestra will furnish music
Members of the Sunshine dub will
meet at t,he . W. hall on K. Jef
ferson blvd.
landing l" iifath a Inmc ueddin- l.eli
l-'ol !. r,v i n the 'erTiio-;y a dinner was
-ered to a large eomp.iny of relatives
and friends. Th" yountr oupb- will
lie on a farm near I'uchanan. , Mrs. S. i:. Snoke. C, 1 S Hlaine av.,
will entertain the Swastika club.
Miss Loraine Linden, 1 2 1 S. La
fayette st.. will entertain with a show
er for Miss Klsie Sheets, 1721 Prairie
av.. who will be married to lioy
White man Thursday.
Pythian Tea ladies will be enter
tained at the K. of P. hall hv Mrs.
i Mavnard. Mrs. Arthur Miller and
The r. u"Har mating of the W'nrth Mrs. Charles Mcl-iughlin.
j The Mothers' Literary club will be
' I
1 1
Mondaj .
'iii ting
clali will I e held at the Progress club
l . j entertained by Mrs. C. II. Heide
The I'omniertial Atb.b tie club will' man. 1 0 7 '."istula av.
!Iive it- jorma! guest hall at the club,
""he Iu eliil will entertain LTi
Miss Grace Xeilson, daughter of
Mrs. Laura J. Xeilson. will be mar
ried to F. J. Ward at the home of
couples with a dancing party in -the bride's mother. M 7 W. Marion st.
American hall. j A home-coming dancing party for
college students will be given In
The Silver Pleasure club will meet , Al W"n lal! Thv Inland Whiteman.
.tt the home of Mrs l.v,:,e r, dr. 117 ;!olhl Martn. Joseph Myers. .Uobert
N PiiaN, ii 'laip and Hubert Snyder.
rs. Edwin E. Dill and son. Kussdl.
I2y Keasey st., returned Sunday from
a week's visit with relatives in Chi
cago. Rev. C. Claude Travis of Ft. Wayne
is expected in the city today to ottici
ate at the funeral of Charles Edward
Schafi t. which is to be held at 2
o'clock Monday afternoon at the resi
dence in Center township. Mr. Travis
was formerly pastor of the Grace M.
E. church of this city.
Casimier Thilman, 730 W. Napier
st.. spent Sunday with friends in Chi
cago. J. Q. Ames, general secretary of the
Y. M. C. A., who has been visiting at
his home in Madison, Wis., arrived
in South Bend this afternoon,
noo n.
driver Little, desk secretary at the
Y. M. C. A., returned today from
his home at Indianapolis, where he
has been spending the Christmas sea
son with his father and mother.
Laurence Vaughn returned last
night from Kingsbury, Ind., where he
spent the Christmas season at the
home of Wash Keith line.
Miss Ina Tidy, Miss Ay line Finch,
Misses Marie and Martha Gebhardt.
Leon Gebhardt and Louis Stuhl, all of
Dowagiac, and Philip Lynch of Grand
Itapids, who have been the week end
guests of Vernon Schafer, 22 4 N. St.
Louis blvd., have returned home.
Misses Erema and Edith Wilk of
Rushville, Ind., are the guests for sev
eral days of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Hatfield of Har
risburg. Pa., are visiting their pra
cnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Annis and
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hatfield, and other
relatives in South Pend.
Mrs. Hertha Haskins of Kansas City,
Kas., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L.
A. Lydick, 64 6 Diamond av.
W. C. Robinson of Grand Island,
Nob., is here visiting his sisters, Mrs.
William Rudduck and Mrs. Frank
Rrodbeek. Mr. Robinson is the owner
of a 6,000 acre horse and cattle ranch
which is known in Europe as well as
in America.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Secord and
daughter, lsubelle, of Rrantford, Ont.,
are visiting Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Gam
mack, S32 N. Eleventh st. Mrs. Se
cord is a cousin to Mrs. Gammack.
Heron Fountain of Tulsa, Okla., who
has been the guest for eeveral dav.s of
Seville Foster, St. Joseph 'm Sun
day evening for Toledo, (). Mr. Foster,
who is spending the holidays with his
parents, will return to Toledo Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud De Meyer, Ed
ward Broeker and Mr. and Mrs. An
gus of Laporte are spending the holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. Aherns of
Cottage Grove av.
Mrs. William Stuctebaker. 502 E.
Indiana av., will entertain the Pas
time club.
Mrs. George Phillips, 710 Columbia
st., will be hostess to the Thursday
.Miss Augusta Miller, S. Franklin
si., will be married to Merle Sehweit
ber of Mentone. Ind.
Miss Lena P.ell Neuwerth, daughter!
of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Neuwerth, fill
Lindsev st., will be married to i
James Edgar Wilson at Westminster;
Presbyterian church. Rev. II. S. Hos
tetter olllciating.
The marriage of Miss Elsie Sheetz,
1721 Prairie av., to Roy Whiteman
will take place.
I Yiday.
The Economics club of Roselawn
will meet at the Cilery school house.
Miss Frances Ilillier, 114 S. Mich
igan st.. will give an informal tea
for her guest. Miss Helen Morrell of
oak Park, 111.
Miss Grace Huntsman, Cottage
Grove av.. will entertain the King's
Heralds of the First M. E. church.
Milu Hyde, Lincoln highway W.,
will give a dancing party at his home.
The Modern Ideal club of Stull M.
E. chapel will meet at the church
The Happy Go Lucky Pedro dub
will be entertained by Mr. arid Mrs.
William Weinan. 539 N. Hill st.
The icji Vive elub will give a Pro-
gresie ChnMmas party, the tirst
The reorganized P.enedict club will
.m-: ix xi;v yoiik.
, E. Hagey and Mrs. Tillie Kirsch-
meyer of the Brandon-Durrell store
are in New York on a buying trip.
The annual meeting of the share-
Sisterhoods for
Working Girl
Club Plan Suggested As
Only Remedy for Low
Wage Evil.
Undermuslinr, One-Kalf Price.
Flannelette Gowns, One-Half Price.
Special Sale of Linens.
Soiled Linens, One-H: If Price.
Special Sale White Goods.
Special Sale Nainsook.
Solid Handkerchiefs, One-Half Price.
Special Sale of Embroideries.
Special Sale of Laces.
Special Sale of Cottons and Sheeting.
Special Sale of Sheets and Pillowcases,
Special Sale of Corsets.
Special Sale of White Waists.
being .Mi- Pearl Kb.pf, r. Mi--, give a dancing paitv at American holders for the election of Directors
ami st. Supper will be served at theha'l. 'of the Merchants' National Hank. I
Philad. labia acl the r.-mam. b-r of; Tho rommercial Athletic club will 'South P.end. Indiana, will be held in j
the e-., spent at the home of,.ivtl its ;inminl twilight dinner dance the Directors Rooms Tuesday, Janu-
-o i i ' : i i . mi i ri mi i :w
' a. ... lir i!nl. T-.wioio
., 1 1 ' T t l: 'il i
- in a v . ik. t . iaui s uiii gie a 'in
tlltm'.'b- at till obi eoalt house.
I ary 12, l'Jla, from 2 to 4 p. m.
1 A 1 -A , -m 1 m x w - V y
Ph.. Irolitni .Inh ill i.,l-1 it o i-AUM. . U. LUb.N, Lasnier.
- ' --..-..... Hill lUM'l 11. Il II- .
Iltial Xev Vo;ir's il.-itirini' inrtv fit
Mts. rtem YVbartou. l lJTl-L Y. the elub house. " I SHEHOYGAN. Mich. Joseph
W.t.-'iit!. ton a- will entertain the Co' Ti,. it , , , , , .,, , 'White. 40 years old. a mail carrier.
As You rba-e'dnb U,7 .J J U lul; W1" K on to death while adrift n
nU rlair'' 1 at :l 1 inner and watch MM 5(,,. tln( ...... mn.t frnm t ic
v.1;!:,M'7i ;V..,:':n'i,"1;'!' IT ,,y r- ,J- V- -,kins- !os v"- " cI Lm fro,o :!
to an island two miles out in the lake.
i .
Do thev add to the comfort
and well-heina of thnqp vnn wish
: - : r.:.:;j-Ks-! to remember?
- v; ..s
I t
it ..,
There is one sure way to solve
th:s problem
Hy G. Vere Tyler.
Instead of using every possible
measure to convince working girls
.hat they cannot live on the small
salaries they receive, wouldn't it bo
better for those reasoning upon the
subject to attempt helpful suggestions
until conditions are bettered?
Every girl who works is silently de
claring her desire for independence.
Instead of looking for a husband as in
the eld days, she looks for a "job."
These girls know when they start
out just about what these positions
pay. They accept that small pay with
their eyes open and have nobody but
themselves to blame .'or the discom
forts they have invited.
The subject at hand, though, is: Can
she live respectably on the wages she
has agreed to accept? I maintain that
she can that a girl may exist onthe
low wages paid her, in moderate com
fort and respectability, provided she
does not attempt to stand alone.
Should a number of girls combine
and put their wages together, into a
common fund, to meet their expenses
jointly, it could be done. For instance,
if from six to eight, or say, i!0, girls
should form a club among themseves.
take a reasonable flat and live to
gether and eat together, alternately
performing the duties that the situa
tion entails, it could be accomplished.
Is it not a fact that a man is able to
support a large family on. very often,
a very limited sum? Could that fam
ily exist if each member attempted to
live alone? It could not! It's tho
same with working girls.
The only possible remedy for work
ing girls to live comfortably on a small
salary is to club together.
In this manner a certain amount of
money could be deducted for personal
If these girls take an interest in
what each one can buy, in the matter
of clothing, with the money taken out
for the purpose, the competition to
look well would become simulating,
without the attendant envy that the
individual incurs.
Also, in this manner, it would be
easy for the girls to detect the one
living, as to clothing and otherwise,
beyond her means, and they could os
tracize her from their club on the
ground of immorality, whereas in
standing alone the lie, while suspected
culd not be proven.
In such a case the girl who goes
astray lias done so through preference
and not necessity, and undoubtedly
might have done the same in idleness
and the shelter of the home.
A thousand other benefits could be
derived if girls would club together
and would thus associate. There would
be cheerful companionship. In case of
sickness they could nurse and care for
,ne another. They could read books
together, create mutual pleasures and
benefit. Through helpful companion
ship and healthy living, both of mind
and body, they would srrow in strength
tnd character.
There wouldn't be the necessity of
the occasional rendezvous -with "the
fellow." who nine times out of lt sup
plies "the square meal"' in anticipation
of value received. Eet the girls club
together to banish such "fellows."
The only wav is the sisterhood.
When "two or three are gathered to
gether." we are told, the way will be
made clear.
All Arrangements Completed for
Banquet and Exhibit at
Oliver Tuesday.
Complete Stock of Victrolas
and Victor Records.
We Send Records on Approval.
George H. Wheelock & Co.
"Do your buying early," was tho
advice given out Monday mornig at
the Chamber of Commerce to all those
manufacturers and jobbers who intend
to take in the annual banquet for
traveling salesmen Tuesday night at
the Oliver. Sec y Spaulding said that
no more tickets would be sold after
Tuesday noon. About 4 00 are expect
ed to attend the banquet. Tickets to
traveling men who live in .outh llend
and travel for South Hend linns will
be supplied by their respecthe firms.
Any traveling man living in iouth
Hend but traveling for an outside
lirm, is invited to call at the Chamber
of Commerce for a ticket which will
be supplied to such salesmen free.
The feature preceding the banquet
will be the exhibit of manufacturers
and jobbers. The entire second Uoor
of the Oliver has been given ovr to
the manufacturing men and th great
est part will be taken up with ex
hibits. This exhibit will bo thrown
open to the public at 2 o'clock Tues
day afternoon. During the visiting of
the exhibits entertainment will bt pro
vided by Olson's orchestra.
The banquet will begin at G o'clock.
Frederick S. Fish, president of the
Studehaker corporation, will act as
toastnia.ter. The principal speaker
of the evening will be Clarence s.
Funk, former vice president of tho
International Harvester Co.. end now
manager of the Kumely Co. Mr.
Funk will speak on "Fundamentals of
Success in IJusiness." Following Mr.
Funk will be Harry A. Engr.ian. jr.,
president of the Chamber of Com
merce, E)r. C. A. EippiiiCott. Mayor
Keller and others.
Vinj. mmAm.
.mi srris 3hcp m oh in
Watch and
ry Re-
Accuracy, rkill and experience
enable us to do the most delicate
repairing. Satisfaction guaranteed.
if MillMlf?
a1 - 387 SO. MICHIGAN ST.
L,ANSIN;. Dec. The :irt at
tempt to use the initiative in Michigan
is said to have failed. The tonnage
tax and the Torren's land bilh cunnot
come before the coming legislature.
The timt- for tiie predicted tiling of tho
Grange petitions expired at 4 o'clock
this afternoon and not a single peti
tion for either measure was in the of
fice of the secretary of state. None
of the Grange officials were in Lan
sing today, so no definite word of fu
ture movements could be learned. It
is thought both bills will b intro
duced into the legislature dirict.
While seme of the petitions may have
been tiled with th- county clerks and
on their way to Lansing, they will not
he received in time, as the limit has
expired. Any petitions presenud with
out having been tib-d with the county
clerks would have been refused ly
.ec'y Martindale under the initiative
10c can
11 SUGAR, For . M I L
With Order of $1 or Over.
10c can
The Ward Hack and Transfer Co.
have reduced their Taxi rates to j ."c
per passenger tvithin a radius of 12
blocks from center of city. Adt.
Public Drug Store
124 N. Michigan St.
"The Cut Rate Drug Store"
Indiana Sweet
Corn, can
Early Jum
Peas, can
10c can Wax or
Green Beans
10c can Ktcl.roy
10c p!:. B!cck
10c can Lfma
10c can Scur
10c csn
10c cun Torraio cr
Vegetabb Scu . . . .
10c can Mustard
10c Bottle
Ov Catsu:
10c enn K. C. Baking
O Lf PcWdcr
0 ' 10c box Polled
DC Oats
O ' 10c can
riy v;it-
: aii:
00! 10c pknr. Macaroni
O o j cr Spaghetti
Ol 10c can Baked
O ' 2 5c Boxes
G'O Matches
Q 2 5c boxes Argo
Go Starch
rOI 10c can
O Purrki i
O 10c c?n
Totnato. s . . . .
. oC
Bell Phone
J 325.27 S. MICHIGAN S lRtiLi
I rtlvrr Iark Ielierv TIiur-lay.
Home Pin. razors

xml | txt