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SATURDAY, I'ERRUARY 13, 1915 5 I ELLSWORTH'S- ELLSWORTH'S Social a,nd Other Interests of Womee i SOCIETY The IW.rdi't lti! nt- rtainf-.l Iightfully Friday (vciin with a for mal Valentine d.inrin party in Amer ican lialL A infnyion f Il;gs t flVe- tively !oforat(l the hall in honor of Lincoln's birthday whilo the linin room was adorn',1 with strands of hearts appropriate to Vah ntino day. The guests nti:nh-p-d 5". At 11 o'clock a delicious Mipper was served in the dining r,ni. A baelulor '-orn-mittee comp.i--rd of J. R-iwson Midg Ry, Dale Hillbr and Daniel hurtz had charge of the affair. Mr. Triad M. Tah-ott. Riverside dr.. entertained with a ten dansant Friday afternoon at the Oliver hot"!. A.c.-i;t-d by JMr.. Harry Kntrrnan and Mrs. Kdmund J. Kothe, Mr.. Talcott re ceived about 100 quests. Dancing was enjoyed in the tapestry room, where L'5 tables were prettily arranged for tea. The rooms were decorated with Klllarney ross. Music was fur nished by Messiek's orchestra. elrbrating Lincoln's birthday and Valentine day, members of the C. A. club were entertained with a dancing party at the club Friday evening. About f0 co'pbs enjoyed dancing from S:20 to 1L A delicious supper was served during Intermission. Those on the committee were, II. M. Kauffman. Charles Zigler, Otis Ro znine, Harvey Rostiser and H. M. Mc Iain. Messick'.s orchestra furnished the music. Severe Sailor of Fluted Black Satin Ribbon and Black Velvet ' t -. ""Si-'. w - t " ': -' ' Vv '' Mrs. Frwood Foulke, X. F me rick st.. was hostess to a party of 12 friends Thursday evening in honor of Miss Coral Foulke of Warsaw. Ind. Music and jramcs were the features of the evening. Favors were won by Mrs. Lawyer, Mrs. Myers and Mrs. Hauerntiend. The house was beauti fully decorated. A dainty luncheon was served by the hostess. The Li Missionary o'.rele of the Qulncy Street Ilaptist church met Fri day at the homo of Mrs. Minnie Shet terly, 102 1 Sherman a v. After the business meeting a program was given as follows: A solo. "Jes;; Lover of My Soul," by Mrs. ;. Limphier; ex tracts from the life of Dr. John K. 'lough, by Mrs. Seckinger; biography of Ir. Mackay. a south African mis sionary, by Mrs. S. Tower; "Foreign Missions at Kllis Island", by Mrs. C. A. Warwick; "Missions to American In dians'", by Mrs. C. Sandmeier. A do- Section two of the department of lit nation of material for 12 quilts was erature of the Progress club met Fri mado by Mrs. J. L. King, which will day afternoon at the club rooms. Miss be sent to four missionary lields. The J Catherine Hull read a paper written .circle will meet March o with Mrs. c. ; by Mrs. J. A. Rode on "The Younger -r ';:-v;. ;: ::-. v : j47 ' f:-'- --- 'A vv ry By T-i lla"ontcuso. Of an extreme severeness is this high crowned, narrow brimmed sailor of tluted black satin ribbon and vel vet. A plain band of ribbon the middle of the crown, below is placed a minute cluster of laquered berries and leaves. banks which black Sandmeier, Sherman a v. The Norman Eddy Sewing circle met in the firand Army hall Friday. A short program was given in honor of Lincoln's birthday. Papers were read by Mrs. Kmma Fink, Mrs. Mao I'.radley, Mrs. Loretta Gorsuch. Mrs. 'Jertrudc Matthews and Mrs. Anno Williams. Recitations were given by Miss Irene Henderson and Lucile Hoed. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. J. F. Klein, Mrs. Anna Williams and Mrs. W. P.oits. The circle will meet Feb. 2f. with Mrs. Wilber Gorsuch, 703 W. Wash ington av. Twenty-five members of the Aid so ciety of the First Presbyterian church met Friday afternoon at the Orphans' home to few for the orphans. Members of the Frances Willard W. C T. F. wvre entertained at the home of Mrs. Minta Mocfe, 70 1 F. South st.. Friday. Scriptural readings were given by Miss Anna Fox. Devotionals were led by Mrs. William 1'dison and Mrs. S. Cordrav. Papers ware given follows: 'Legislature Council" by the president: Alcohol" by Mrs. All bright ami Mrs. Pickens. A quiz on patent medicines was led by Mrs. V. Kdison. A reading on "A Grand Army Veteran" by Miss Genevieve Hawkins completed the program. Refresh ments were served by the hostess as sistcd by Mrs. Allbriuht during a so cial hour. Mrs. Frank K. Dougherty, 111 Tutt st.. will entertain the society March 12. Mrs. M met I riday Cahert. :.: of Fxodus of the Passo- r will the next meeting 1'el of Mrs. Cahcit. Hiblcbrand's I'.ible (lass at the home of Mrs. D. M. '. K. Monroe st. The study was continued. The studv be in taken at the up at home Members of the O. F. will be entertained with pa rty in tli .M.isi.nie club day afternoon. The hostesses M sdames livo Gibbs. Frani'e hart. Catherine Fehl. tire ami Nellie Tipton. S. auxiliary a Valentiiu' rooms Mon- will be Crgu-Meln- KraTU't's Thirtv-six Pi!b class members taucht by of Hie Miss ladies' Maud School Jules Lamaitre. Francois de Curel, I.rieux". "Bernstein and the Iolitical Drama" way.' 'presented by Mrs. Donald DrummOnd. A social time followed the bnslness meeting. Miss Ruth Stouffer, W. Navarre st., entertained Friday at 5 o'clock tea in honor of MTss Ethel Steele, whoso marriage to J. P. J. Farncman will take place soon. The house was pret tily decorated in keeping with Valen tine day. Covers were placed for eight. Miss Sheby Mumaw entertained 16 of her friends at a Valentine party Friday night at her home, 2:;i Adams st. Refreshments were served and the evening was spent with music and games. Fred and Jack Housekeeper gave selections on the piano as also did Miss Ruth Comer. Miss Ida Chappell and Miss Sophia Hansen were hostesses at a valentine party Friday evening at the home of Miss Chappell, 924 N. Allen st. Tho evening was spent with games and contests for which prizes were award ed. Light refreshments were served. Miss Lillian Heintzelman of Goshen, who is visiting Miss Hansen, was an out-of-town guest. A charming affair of Saturday was the luncheon given in the Wedgewood room at the Oliver hotel by the South Rend Alumni chapter of Oberlin col lege. Covers were placed for 15 at one long table adorned in the college colors crimson and gold with a cen terpiece of red and yellow tulips and place cards in the same colors. Those present included Mrs. George Fulmer, Mrs. Nelson Jones. Miss Mabel Iiart lett. Miss Marie Williams, Miss Veva Harrison. Miss Adams, Mrs. David Vaughn, jr.. Miss Charlotte Partridge. Mrs. Carl Hlhhord, Mrs. J. Leslie Sail ors. Mrs. Sherman Kllison. Miss Wilda Shonts and Miss Stutz of Goshen and Misses Lulu speyer and Anabelle Tracy of North Liberty. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS PYom the Records of tho Indiana Title & Loan Co. Wcngard. met M. Fr. :.2; night. After social hour it the i:. k the routine vas spent. home of Mrs. (J. iscy st.. Friday business a Painty re freshments wave served. Mrs. Charles Shedrick. r:M Cleve land av.. was ple:rantly surprised in he.nor of hrr birthday anniversary, by a party of friends Thursday evening. She received many beautiful gifts. The South P nd F.usiness college entertained Friday - -r-.imr with a Valentino tlancinc party. The school c Mated with simesting the Ol hall was prettily d In arts and streamers Valentine id. a. i',r ."i1" of th and new students and th ir niends cn-j-ed the affair. A short program preceded the dancing. PERSONALS Mrs. Etta Clauer, 962 Riverside dr.. has as her house guest Mrs. Howard Karle, North Ray, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Uickett: 123 St. Paul pi., left Friday for thiir new home in Port Huron, Mich. Sam Schwartz, deputy prosecutor, left this morning for a few days business visit in Louisville and Indian apolis. Mrs. I R. Camp of Constantine, Mich., who has been visiting Mrs. A. I..Keesler. l:i Lindsey st., will leave Sunday for Chicago. Brought forward, $S'J,070.04. Appolonia Renes and husband to George W. Barnhart, the N. one-half of the N. W. one-fourth of section 11, township 35, N. R. 2K, $1. Monroe Steiner and wife to Union bank, Lakev'lle, lot 6, R. 1, Hupp's second addition, Lakeville $1,125. Adam Beehler and wife to Alex ander Schweisberger and wife, one acre In W. corner of S. E. one fourth of section 24, township 36, N. It. 3 E., $100. Rose A. Fields to John L Embach, part B. O. L. 71, lirst plat South Bend, $7.S0O. Samuel M. Robinson and wife to William L. K'.zti and wife to Harry Brazy, lots 10G4 .nd 10G7, LaSalle park, $333. Don't Publish, $2,571.30. Maria C. Pine to John Bright, lot 114 Swygarts second addition. $ 7 7 o . State of Indiana to M. 1). LeRoy, lot 12 in O. P. Walkerton, $3.8S. Chicago, South Bend & Northern Indiana Railway Co. to Karel Van Nieuwenhuyze, part N. W. one-fourth ; of N. W. one-fourth section 2, town ship 37, N. R. 1 E., $140. Maggie Galens to John B. Galcns, lot 4, John Smith's lirst addition, Mishawaka, $1. National Lumber Co. to LTla I. Brown, lot 9 7 5, Summit Place third, $375. Fred C. Gabriel and wif.3 to Clinton J. Mocmaw, lots 73 and 7 4, third plat, Shetterly place, $1. Sarah A. Galor to Nicholas J. Schmitt and wife, lot 9, 11. G8, Bat ten's sub. $1,123. M. V. Bciger ReaPv Co. to Charles A. Ostrom, lots 147, 304, 207. 222, Ueiger Farm third addition; also lot 353, Helper Farm fifth, $1. Don't Publish, $2. Don't Publish, $2. Anna W. Anderson and husband to Jacob Foeckler, lot 101 in S. E. ad dition, $500. Schuyler C. Conrad and wife and Christina Conrad to Fred C. Hinz and wife, part of lot 2b, lirst plat, Chapin place. $2,800. Total, $106,733.22. LOVE CASCARETS FOR THE BOWELS i Are You Cheating Yourself Bv navinsr more for your shoes than is necessary? I Don't do it. Buy what you need in tootwear now at the UNION SHOE CO'S PROFIT SEARING SALE and save 50' ' of the original cost. It is our loss your gain. It is a bona-fide money saver for the whole family. Don't miss it. 0 IT TO sea 2Z Give "Candy Cathartic" for a bad cold, sour stomach, constipation. ' Get a 10-cent box now. Most of the ills of childhood are caused by a sour, disordered stomach, sluggish liver and constipated bowels. They catch cid easily, become cross, listless, irritable, feverish, restless-, tongue Coated, don't eat or sleep well and need a crevtle cleaning of the bowels but don't try to force a nauseating dose of oil into the little one's already sick stomach it is cruel, needless and old-fashioned. Any child will gladly take Cas carets Candy Cathartic which act centlv never pripe or produce the slightest uneasiness though cleanse the little one's system, sweeten the stomach and put the liver and bow els in a pure, healthy condition. Full directions for children and grownups in each package. Mothers can rest easy after shins this gentle, thorough laxative which cots only 10 cents, a box at any drus Ktor. Adv. Needlework As a Means of Livelihood Tact Will Acquire Patronage for Dainty Embroiderer; Work Is Pleasant. "Were there not considerable senti ment about the marking of household linens, I might not uet so much of that work to. do," explained a placid faced, grey-haired woman, the while she diligently embroidered a large initial on the corner ot a towel. "Vou might not suspect how large is the number of men who are positively old- maidish about the way in which their household linens are marked. This place, for instance" spreading the towel across her lap belongs to an elderly bachelor whoso list of estab lishments includes a country place, a lo.vn apartment, a mountain camp and a seagoing yacht. And the linen for all of them is marked exactly alike a single letter and a pansy in one corner, two inches above the hem which invariably is a quarter of an inch wide. He will not have any other style of marking and hemming for the purely sentimental reason that it was his mother's way of identifying her linens. nich you realize that the letter and the llower are on esery towel bath, pantry and kitchen va riety, on the centerpiece, sheets and pillow cases for the servants as well as for the master's bedrooms and on all of the napery, you will see that the replenishing of that stock each season is a considerable task which rebounds to my advantage since each new piece is sent to me before it is laundered. This man of the initial and the pansy is my only regular patron who counts for much because multi-millionaire bachelors are scarce. IJut people are always getting married, even when times are hardest and the bride-elect who has the money to buy a quantity of household linens never seems to have time to mark it with her hands. But she's apt to be as fussy as my wealthy bachelor. Every single piece in the collection, including the humblest kitchen towel, has to carry her individual initial or monogram, even though it may be in a color in stead of in white to correspond with the liner portions of the stock. "How do I acquire the patronage of brides-elect V" The embroideiess smiled mischievously. "I'm a walking authority on local society because my lirst duty of .the day is to search the morning papers for engagement an nouncements. During the 10 years that I've been doing this work I've marked linen for so many brides-elect that my acquaintance among the rich or fash- ionable is so extensive that usually I can get a card of introduction to the desired patroness. However, if nobody whom 1 know in a business way can put me into communication with her family, armed with some specimens of my handiwork, I call at the house and nine times out of 10 I get an inter view. At lirst I was shy about going to see strangers and mailed circulars to them instead. But after vainly awaiting a reply in every single in stance, l determined to henceforth put my pride in my pocket just as any woman must do who has only her own efforts to depend upon. Whenever I have approached people in this way coming to them out of space, as it were they have been most kind and have listened patiently to all I had to say about the advantage of getting all linen marked with embroidery over that of the ordinary ink process. Fre quently, too, the bride-elect decides at the final moment, almost, to get all o her lingerie marked by needlework, and in any case she is likely to want her handkerchiefs to be initial-embroidered. "It would be hard to tell of the number and the different sort of peo ple who order a dozen or more hand kerchiefs marked with an initial, a monogram or a tlower. The more prosperous have this work done upon the handkerchiefs which they them selves intend to use, and the moder ately circumstanced, for their friends. "There is more profit in doing handkerchiefs than in any other form of needlework marking because those very small squares are so easily handled that the stitches can be rap idly put in. Moreover people will pay more in proportion for them. Next to handkerchiefs, it is pleasantest to do line towels, a sort of work which pays well for the time expended upon it because the rather large lettering which the average patron prefers shows up wonderfully on the heavy damask. On the other hand, kitchen towels are a thankless task for even the best of crash isn't worth putting so much upon, but it is a fad to have everything in the linen closet uniform ly identified and so make the best rates possible for them. "One thing that 1 never do is to give a price list for lettering linens. It iocs not do because there never are exactly as many or as few pieces a are bargained for and either patrol, or worker gets the worst of the barKain. My way is to ask so much for every marking, according to its simplicity or Its elaborateness, but I make scarcely any difference in charge for the varied sizes ot the letters. Because all of the materials to be embroidered are white the worker can stitch steadily for sev eral hours, iiiorninp. afternoon and evening, without unduly straining her eyes. And it pays I shall not state detinitely how much for each letter because the prices obtained must de pend entirely upon the class of patrons." The February Sale of Beds, Bedding and B edroom Furniture :::::: luursr ' !. B egins Monday This February Sale comes at just the time of times for such a merchandising event when plans are making for house hold changes. Beds, Bedding and Bedroom Furniture of quality at Dry Goods Store Prices prices that will surprise you when you come to see these wonderful values. The strength of a sale is in the goods we have the goods and all we ask is that you come and see. BEDS LOOK AT THIS LIST OF PRICES. $15 to $18.00 guaranteed brass beds $11. $25.00 to $30.00 brass beds, guaranteed, $21.95. $22.50 guaranteed brass beds $ 19.50 $20.00 guaranteed brass beds $16.50. $7.50 Metal Beds Vernis Martin or White enamel finish, $5.50. Wood finish beds at $10.00 each. MATTRESS VALUES. VALUE MATTRESSES. Very Special $6.50 Cotton Felt Mattress, Fancy Art Tick Covering, $4.40. S8.50 Cotton felt mattresses S5.00. $12.50 to $15.00 all felt mattresses, covered with best quality ticking, S9.75. Silk floss mattresses, the best made, $12.00. Bed Springs $7.50 Spiral Bed Springs, guaranteed, $3.95. $6.00 link bed springs, the best made, $3.95. S8.50 bed springs $5.95. $1 1.00 double deck bed springs $7.95. Sheets and Pillow Cases Hemmed sheets, 72x90, 30c, 40c and 5oc each. Extra heavy sheets, full bleached, 70c, 75c and 85c each. Hemstitched Pillow cases 10c each. Pillow cases, 45x36, 10c, 12 and 1 5c each. Blankets $7.50 all wool blankets $5.00 pair. $2.50 plaid cotton blankets $1.95 pair. Feather pillows, good quality. Si. 50 pair. $1.25 heavv cotton blankets 95c. BedSpreads $1.50 Hemmed Crochet Bed spreads, $1.00. $3.00 Scalloped spreads, ex tra large, $2.50. Colored bedspreads with shams to match, pink, blue and yellow, $2.95 the set. $7.5o plain white scalloped spreads and shams to match, $5.00. $5.00 hemmed satin spreads, $3.50 each. Dressers, Dressing Tables, Chiffoniers and Writing Desks Bed Room Furniture $18.00 Mahogany Dressing Tables $12.50. $18.00 Mahogany Writing Desk, $11.00. $35.00 Dressers Mahogany ' Satin Walnut Golden Oak finish, $25.00. $22.50 Dressers Mahogany and Golden Oak finish, $17.50. $6.50 Rockers at one-half price, $3.25. Beds, Redding and Fnnii turt Monday. " THC aniGHTCST SPOT M TOW WIVES BLAME BAD TEMPER Divorces Arc Aked Ilocau;e IIu- IkiiuIs Are Abusive. Mario Hechtol has petitioned the superior court to pnint her a divorce from George Bcchtol who, she says, has been abusive to her during the two years of their married life. She says that he has a bad temper and that he has been in th'e habit of soing for many days at a time without speakin? to her. S;he asks for $4 a week support money for herself and her one daughter. In the same court a petition for di vorce has been filed by Anna llemiin against Wilbur Hu"mlin. The charge is that the defendant has been quar relsome, has often chlded the peti tioner and has failed to provide for her. They were married in 130 3. GIVES WIFE EXEMPTION Mrs. Myrtle Sapp Receives Share IYoiii Receiver's Sale. Judge George Ford in chambers Fri day morning granted an exemption to the amount of $555 to Mrs. Myrtle Sapp, wife of Walter Sapp whose busi ness affairs were placed in the hands of a receiver last October. iSapp was a saloon proprietor and since the re ceivership he has been away from the city. The exemption was granted to his wife under a statute which pio vides for such procedure i the ab sence of a husband. JURY ACQUITS CABANAW Man Charged With Operating With out LJccum) Set Free. Fred Cabanaw was found not guilty of the charge of disposing of the bodies of dead animals without a li cense Thursday night by a jury in the circuit court. The trial had continued through the day and the jury was out for an hour and a half. The defend ant was represented by Gtorge Sands. AFFIRMS LOWER COURT ApiM'llate Court Allows $5,000 I)am siRfs and Interest to Rotli. this Special Judge Slick refused to do. Arguments on the motion lasted for an hour. The suit is brought to recover $10, 0.00 damages for the death of Frank Mudge which occurred last October at Bremen when a train and Mudge's automobile collided. The plaintiff had 'l witnesses of which five sav the accident. WILL TAKE RU1K AWAY. Frann llupe, 58 years old, recently adjudged insane in Justice Peak's court, will be taken to the hospital at Logansport Saturday morning. Kupe's home is on Sumption Prairie but for the last week he has been confined in the county jail. TAKIiS MKN TO l'RISON. Sheriff Uailey will go to Jefferson ville Saturday with Ralph Mclntyre, found guilty of larceny, and John Sosnosky, found guilty of burglary. The men are to serve from .one to eight years in the reformatory. Announcements The Colfax W. C. T. U. will met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. W. M. Weld, 1002 W. Colfax av. Mrs. Fan nie Copp will have charge of the program. SUIT FOR $161 COMMISSION'. An appeal has been taken to the su perior court from the justice court of E. E. Long, Mishawka, by John D. Burke who sues to recover from Theophiel Van de Weire, and others, $165 alleged to be due as commission for negotiating a loan. The appellate court of Indiana has affirmed the Judgment or $5,000 damages granted in the St. Joseph circuit court in 1911 to John Roth for injuries alleged to have been received when the defendant waii struck by a handcar operated on S. Michigan st. by the Chicago, South Bend & North ern Indiana Railroad Co. The plain tiff was represented by Drummond & Drummond. Oral arguments in the ease were heard by the appellate court a week ago. It is said that Roth was riding along S. Michigan st. on a bicycle when he was struck by the handcar. His right leg was broken and he was otherwise injured, it was alleged, as a result of the accident. The case was appealed following the verdict rendered in 1911 and the higher court allowed the $3, 000 damages and also $500 Interest. WILXi YOU TAKK A VACATION? The biggest men of our country have admitted the fact that every man and woman needs at least one VACA TION each year. Have you arranged for money? We have a special plan of saving whereby you buy VACATION' CER TIFICATES in small weekly pay ments. We ask you to investigate. THE MORRIS PRAN COMPANY OF .SOUTH BEND 201 .S. Main St. Opposite Post Office. KINNEY'S SPECIALS Men's 1 buckle Arctics; S1.25 values 85c Boys' Gun Metal Button and Lace Shoes; Sl.50 values 98c Men's Shoes, broken lots; big values 98c Men's and Ladies' Bath Slippers; 75c values. .19c KINNEY'S Big 98c & $1.98 Shoe Store 116-122 E. Wayne St. LODGES AND SOCIETY. U. C. T. stated meeting Saturday evening at 7:30. Initiation of candi dates. L. C Randon, sec'y; E. J. Harrison. r. con. Adv. SATURDAY LAST DAY AUTOMATIC RI:MCTI0 SAM $l.."o .rti I's ."." $5.00 Articles $-r0 CLAUER'S MARRIACil-' UCKXSKS. Andy Feyes -1. mixer; Teres Nagy, 19. Mishawaka Woolen Mills. Joseph Nimeth. 22, laborer; Magaa lena KuzmJch, 21. LEAVES CASE WITH JURY Sjc'ial Judsc Slick Refuses to Decide Suit Tor Damages. The plaintiff rested at noon Friday in the superior court in the case of Charles Mudge, administrator, against the Raltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. The defendant thereupon moved that the case be taken from the jury but ECONOMY DEPARTMENTS SOUTH BEND'S FORE MOST ECONOMY GIVERS. 219-221 S. MICHIGAN ST. ENTRANCE IN INDEPENDENT 5 AND 10 CENT STORES. i'mqii: VALENTINE FLORAL IDEAS For Ritin tie (iift- ri:st i:vi:r" Homo Ma(ii' Canlics on Sale lYMav ami Salunlav Only CLAUER'S New Victor Records for February on Sale. Geo. H. Wheelock & Co, West Wash. Av.