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TtTSDAY. MAY 2.',. I!t:
!7 Ellsworth': Ellsworth' nd Other Interest: s THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES off Womaim SOCIETY Key. and Mrs. I'rtrr Mo'-rdyke, 114 L. Sixteenth st., Holland, Mich., form t rly South Ii'-nl, ;inn"iincf the cn T.rM of thrir daughter, Kuth. to Harry J. 1 5 ray. The wedding will take place, at tho 'bride's homo in Holland Juno R. Mr. Uray is an cvanKC list, traveling with the Minces Evange listic Co. Following their marriage the voung couple will continue the work together. Miss Morrdyko lias a wh, circle cf frbruls la .South Fend whore hho was engaged several years in . W. C. A. work. She left the Y. V . C. A. t'.vo years ago to continue her studies at the Moody Bible instituto where sho met -Mr. Uray. Tho Dramatic department of the St. Joseph Valley fJnmco was pleasantly i nu rtaint d at the home of Mr. and Mrs Kohr-rt Myr. Portage rd.. Monday evening Tho evening was Fpcnt so-eialb- and light refreshments were s.-rved. The next meeting will bo June 3 at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Charles U Stuckey, Edwardsnurg rd. Mr. and Mr?. Fred Plckelhaupt, 712 Forest aw, will entertain the Old Time Friends' club with a dinner j-rHnv f-voninir. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Kupel -a-ill hostess. DC assisting host and Miss Lena Kskin very pleasantly class ( nt.-rt.i no. her sunuay bemnn 1 i. . . . i of hovs and their mothers at the Stull M. L. church Monday evening. I lev. J. F. McKay gave a talk after wnicn a program was given Including a Piano dud by Misses Irene and Lna Fskin, mandolin selection by Miss Lillian liaahe accompanied by Mrs. Aithur DahLren. vcal duet by Mrs. lio-p.-rs and Uupe.1, and two readings by Mr?. A. Kaabo. After the program a two course luncheon was served in thf dining room which was prettily ih-i orated with green and white streamers and Mowers. A large eako .ring the word "mother' iormeu a eenteipuee r !1C table. Mrs. J. F. Cottar, K'.IO Kiverside dr.. will pleasantly entertain at a six o' i., k dinner this evening in honor of her sister. Miss Kuth Whitman who is a graduate of tho hi-rh school here. Six of Miss Whitman's; classmates will prvstiit; Margaret Hoke, lhrnke I if. man. Wiluia Evans, Maiie Jack son. Kuth KnLuon. and Mardelle 1 1 i 1 -de'.aand. Tin d . orations will be Aaron Ward ro. s, with small baskets of iiow is as the favors. The dinner will le of live courses. Mrs. J. n. Atkins. 10::S Yukon av., nteitaind the Home Telephone club at h- r home Monday afternoon. The afternoon was spent at needlework and refreshments were served. The table decorations were pansies. Mrs. G. W. Harrison became a member of the club. Tho next meeting will be Tuesday with Mrs. F. E. Williams, lop; Carroll st. The Commercial club of the Uni versity of Notre Dame closed its social S'as.-n last evening with an elaborate banouet at the Oliver hotel. John Kiley of Marion acted as toastmaster for the evening. A num ber of speeches were made. Among the more notable ones was Pres't Ibitz's "lie view", in which lie spoke of the r-ood work the class had done throughout the year and outlined plans for furthering the 'organization. In eonclusion he thanked the mem bers, who had eo-operaCed with him in liiiil.ini;' the class a true success 1'ies't Festen of Louisville. Ky ice gave a dissertation on "I'ep". The amount of humor he e eiu-rt ed with the sub bat made it a real hit. Herman J. Unifs subj.et, entitled "Fye Racket", proved to be a:ithin-r but a medical treatise. Rob. rt J. MeOuire of Chi cago spoke on "svb untie Rookkeep tng". diseussing the advantages and tho disadvanta-'-s of the various meth ods in voUf and in conclusion ave the class some sound advice on ac curacy. Mt mbt rs (f the Swastika club and their husbands were enteitained last nUht by Mr. and Mrs. Harry F.e baumersieiul. Sus Lind.-v st., at a "liard times" party. l'ri.es for the hst costumes were won by Oeor-c W.'ndt l ami Mrs. HbCr Wlii'te. In tlie contests the favors went to Mr. and Mrs. Januv McOreor, Mrs. Heil. Mrs. leorge Wandtl and Rb.-r White. Th colur scheme was green and white, the Swastika emble being used in the decorations. The re -uiar afternoon nneting of the clu will bo held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fber White, T.oS1 V. Washington a v. The F. S. auxiliary was enter tnced Monday afternoon in the Ma 1 :uc club rooms by Mrs. Frances !ort r. Mis. Minnie Mather. Mrs. Mar Kicfcr. Mrs. Margaret Lindquist r;;d Mis Mary Kicfer. One new i i ; : 1 b e r was taken into tho auxiliary. l.;:::ig th afternoon a musical pro- i-: s. i i was given by the Misses l'thel Ku fcr. W'iltna Clssne ami Marjorie Fields. The members enjoyed a social hour with refreshments served by the l.o-it . . The auxiliary w ill meet June in the club rooms. As n compliment to Kev. l'oustock. u ho J. it Monday morning for Valpa raiso university. Adam Houseouer, t arart t st.. Mishawaka. entertained i . i v . nNv i Xi"." ,1 -uetx- r n jj of your children correctly and at the same time give ! extra good service, come and look through our depart l mem. One look will convince you that you should l?riiiir tile hit e ones to us UNION SHOE CO. 1 Endless Variety of Neckwear to Soften Lines of Blouse or Suit f .i.-- v ., . , - - -.'-.?-W.;;-V .--" ' ' ' . '-- '.iiW.v'".' ' ;( vt-;-i t "V '-'"Ov V ; . --v.. . iy& - rjfi& v?vV: . Jr ' v1- . ' Jt ' x - ; -I v .v.; .: -r ... r,y .,;., y . , syl t :. - ' , ' - . " ' - iV--v,y . an- ':!-'-fZjl I ' y rx5X-H;i;n.. ; :. -y: ': r :- '-'y-;Z- SJ. ' V- . sj-, - y : I- :'', J I . .. . ' ' . v . V ; ; ..; V v : - s , : ' : - - . . f : w J . -- ' :.' " '' ' : - . ' ' - ' '. :'-V ; " " - '.. ;. ' . :. . ' ' . . . . iV- K.i -If '"-1 '' ; ' . 4 -i :! ., fJP y:y y:t h i j f ;.-g --,:::!;'-': ;- . :-y t- - . . v ; : --.-r - ; - -K 1 1 v ..r- ' . ' I fyytZ- -: : --.?,,-r-:;.vvvv. : j r I5y La I JatNmteuso. Ju?t the necessary bit of white or cream to soften the lines of the blouse or suit is to be found in the separate a company cf friends at a fiirewcll party Sunday evening. A feature of the evening was selections given by Arthur and Frank Hakes. Amont; those present were, Mrs. Purely, Mr. and Mrs. James Foster, Mrs. Hakes, Arthur and Frank Hakes, Mr. and Mrs. Foustouck and daughter. Father. Mrs. Charles H. Nies. 113 X. Notre Dame st., delightfully entertained the members of the O. T. circle Monday afternoon. The time was spent sew ing and a dainty luncheon served by the hostess marked the eloso of the afternoon. There were 12 members and three guests present at the meet ing. Mrs. J. Curry, 74 0 Vistula av., will entertain the club June 7. As a compliment to Miss Margaret Fernandez, 415 XV. Marion St., who will be married to Floyd Striebel of Chicago. June SO, the Children of Mary of St. Patrick's church have ar ranged a kitchen shower to he given Tuesday evening, June in St. Pat rick's library. A committee in charge of affairs includes the Misses Maude Weber. Nell Turner, liertha DeCliant and Florence Rarrett. Mrs. J. Fred Christman, 532 S. Car roll st., entertained at the Robertson tea rooms yesterday afternoon. Cov ers at a three course luncheon were laid for eight. The table was deco rated with sweet peas. Luclla Jorgenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jorgenson, 002 Cleve land av., was very pleasantly sur prised by several of her friends Mon day afternoon at her home. Outdoor games were the features of the after noon and refreshments were served. Announcements i i 1 1 Division four o fthe Pastors' Aid so ciety of the First Christian church will meet with Mrs. Greimer, SOI Clinton st., Wednesday frem 2 to 5 o'clock. The As You Like T.t club will meet Thursday evening with Miss Anna Stanlield. FM S. William st. This will be the hnal meeting of the club for the season, and the election of otticers will take place. A supper will he served at 0:30 o'clock The Violet club which was to have met Wednesday with Mrs. Kmma Hoffman, 11 "7 S. Main st.. has been changed on account of the illness of 0 , h v fK: y..y- . : . . - . : i DONT FORGET OUR CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT We are prepared to furnish anything you may want in neat, stylish, and serviceable children's shoes at low prices. If you want shoes that tit the feet - t II . -. yf ; ,. , V . p v . ; ..... - y ...V- -. f collar or vest. The neckwear coun ters have an almost endless variety from which to select, from the very severe starched linens to pleated and gathered net, edged with a bit of lace. her children to Thursday when It will meet at the hall. The Ladies Aid society of Munson chapel will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Jerry Toner. PERSONALS Mrs. C. L. Headley, 1112 Allen st., will leave Tuesday for Chicago where she will visit with her daughter for two weeks. Miss Maude Shafer and sister. Mrs. L. Shepherd Davis, will motor to In dianapolis Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Schafer. to attend the au tomobile races. They will remain a week. Mrs. J. Jessen and daughter, Rose mary, of Fdkhart, are the guests of Mrs. V. O. Woodruff, 1033 Hudson av. Prof, and Mrs. H. A. Colbourne of Reechwood academy, visited Mrs. W. J. Hering, 302 Lincoln way E., Tues day. Isabella Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Parker, S73 Clinton St., who underwent an operation at the Kpvvorth hospital MonJay for tho removal of her tonsils and adenoids, is doing very nicely. Hugh I?. McYicker, of Mclnerneys, Yeagley & McYicker, will leave Wed nesday evening for a two weeks' busi ness visit at Roston and New York. He will also attend a reunion of the class of '13 of the Columbia Univers ity law school. Mr. and Mrs. John Harries of Log ansport, returned to their homo Tues day morning after visiting for a few days at the home of ,Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ridenour, 007 X. Main st., and with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Russell. 209 North hore. dr. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Reehe and Mr. and Mrs. Zack Swan and Mrs, George Good motored to Ruchanan and Do wagiac, Mich., Sunday. Mrs. M. Rachman of Nilesi, Mr. and Mrs. William Rankin of Three Oaks, Mich., ore here to visit with their sit ter, Mrs. Lawrence Rradley. 227 S. Francis st. Mr. and Mrs. Hershel -M. Today of Indianapolis are visiting with Mrs. A. M. Harris, 1205 Lincoln way K. Mrs. William II. Meese of Antwerp, Relgium, who has been visiting Mrs. Frank Chcsley. 1136 F. Calvert st.. returned to Michigan City where she is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rogers. Mrs. Meese was in Antwerp when war was declared, but took warning and left Relgium before the Germans occupied Antwerp. Miss Minnie Hurwich, 332 S. Taylor st., left Sunday for an indefinite visit at Chicago. 31 AltlllAGi: LICLXSFS. Grzegoz Hclubiak, 26, polisher; An- na Kowolski. IS, coremaker. Robert McGinlcy. 21, laborer; Es ther Howell. 2). Holland C. VanDusen, 1 shoemak er, Mishawaka; Mary Lucy Darling, 35, Mishawaka. Thomas H. Louuhlan. 36, mining engineer; Helen Sopka, IS. niiiTiis. Bor'n to Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Bilinski, 227 S. laurel st., a daughter. May 2 4. Rom to Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Carlson, I 1 1 Kemble av., a daughter. May 23. Rorn to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Churchill, 107 Donald st., a daughter, May 17. i . , . .j Marked Simplicity in Imported Frocks Old-Fashioned Air Imparted by Self-Trimming Sheer Fabrics Over Silk. There is marked simplicity about the majority of the imported frocks which the best houses are showing this season. Aside from lace, which is lavishU' used upon certain types of gowns, there is little attempt at gar niture. The designers seem to obtain their effect through originality of line and blending of color, rather than through elaboration. Hand embroid ery docs not play so important a part as it once did, though, of course, it is used, and touches of it are introduced on many of the latest frocks. Two materials are freiuently combined al so and this contrast of material, to gether with self trimming1 of one kind or another, gives relief to the model not otherwise ornate Self trimming is increasingly popu lar, and imparts an air of quaint, old fashioned simplicity to some of the frocks of taffeta or sheer materials. Shirred Cords, Tucks and miffs.' Shirred cords, tucka, tiny puffs, ruches, plaitings and wide bands are all used. One little frock of taffeta noted in a smart shop was made on simple lines and self trimmed. The materials were plain black and flow ered taffeta of a lovely quality. The flowered taffeta showed a black ground over which were scattered large dull gold roses in soft blurred eect. The llovvered taffeta formed an over bodice, which was cut low at the upper part in front, almost to the waistline, showing tho dainty under blouse of white chiffon and lace. Tho material at the lower part of tho over blouse, at the front, was shaped in two tab ends, which were tied in a loose knot, and point shaped ends at the waistline, holding more closely to the figuro the little semi-fitted bodice. An upstanding frill of white chiffon and a black velvet necktie finished the upper part of the under blouse, and the long sleeves of the under blouse were also finished at the wrist by a frill of the chiffon and a black velvet ribbon. A wide shirred band of flow ered taffeta trimmed the lower part of a perfectly plain full skirt of the black taffeta, JUe Taffeta and White Voilo. Another model which was compar atively simple of line was formed of rose taffeta and white voile, the whole being plentifully sprinkled with tiny sprays of dainty rose colored flowers. Rose colored taffeta, edged with nar row plaited frills, formed the bodice. Tho long sleeves were of the printed voile. The underskirt was of taffeta veiled with the printed voile. At the bottom of the oversklrt was slightly looped over and fastened to the under skirt hy small bouquets of rose hued flowers. A cluster of tho rlowern also concealed the fastening of the draped surplice bodice at the waistline. One sees many frocks this season of tulle, chiffon, voile and other sheer materials draped over taffeta founda tions and having little shaped bodices of taffeta. There are, too, little taffe ta boleros usually draped, corded and shirred so that they really take the place of bodices of frocks of sheer material. TO GIVE VAUDEVILLE Program Arranged to Be Given in High School Auditorium Friday Evening. High class and refined vaudeville that is truljr refined, will be given next Friday night at the auditorium of the high school by the Civic Club federa tion of the city. The program for the evening was announced Tuesday by Mrs. O. F. Gelbrich, chairman of the committee on arrangements. This pro gram will be participated in by every civc club and school in the city and will contain entertainment of rare quality. The program as arranged will In clude the following numbers: Colfax school "The Sleeping Beau ty." by third grade children. Perley school Songs. Laurel school Dumbbell drill by sixth grade boys and the Hungarian folk dance by the Von Rarandy sisters. Franklin Chorus of sixth and sev enth grade boys. Coquillard Songs by the seventh grade. Mucssel Reading, by Djrothy Per shing. River park Male quartet. Kaley Colonial minuet. Lincoln quartet. Studebaker Swedish folk dance and orchestra. Grammar school Orchestra. Commit trv.s in Chargv. The committees in charge are the following. Arrangements Mrs. O. n, Gelbrich, Miss Kdyth Rrown. Harvey Tyner and Mrs. Katherine Kale. Reception Mrs. R. T. Millar Un. Frank Gooley, Mrs. Fdward Haey, Mrs. Clem Rill, Miss Gladys ftothbol ler. Miss Hattie Iunlap, Miss O. Wise, Miss Raldwin. Mrs. F. Morse Mrs G I me!. Mrs. tW. F. Wolf, Mrs. R. L.' Whitcomb. Mrs. Homer Miller Mrs K. W. Morse. Mrs. C. R. Fddv. Mrs! W. R. Pershing and Miss Edvth Rrown. The ushers named are Frederick Ruechner, William Mohn. Albert Ev ans. Clafence Kale. John McKinstry, Glen Davids. George Fickenscher, Mo lar Witwer. Frnest Arndt, Clarence Rex, Joe Thomas, 3eorge Lamphere, Rernard Lamphere and Louis Gel brich. UUHMTTS FLAVORING IS JUST RIGHT TRY IT AT IXLS WOHTirs. Mis:; Maude Amsden is serving dain ty desserts, flavored with Burnett's Extracts here all this week. Come and try it free. Advt. THE ELLSWORTH STORE. PROPHETS ATT EXIT O N". , All prophets and candidates desir ing to accompany Avalon Grotto to Chicago Wednesday. May 26th. will meet at the Lake Shore depot 2:30 p. m. Advt. CLUB Al Ready-to-Wear Garments and Hats for OUTING WEAR New Suits, New Coats, New Skirts, New Waists, New Sweaters, New Hats on Display Wednesday. Straight from their makers to the Ells worth Store come - " mm JlliL: Hoxvs the Flavor? Does the flavoring in your cake, your custard or your ice cream just tickle your taste as it should? Does it taste exactly right very natural? Burnett's Flavoring is Just Right Miss Aau"de Amsden is serving dainty desserts flavored with Bur nett's Extracts, and you are invited to come and flavor. "The NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS 3LUUUAGI--S. The marriage of Miss Josephine Dydzynska to Stanley Merzydlo of South Chicago was solemnized Tues day morning at 8:30 o'clock at St. Hedwige's church. Rev. Anthony Zu bowicz, C. S. C. officiated. The bride was attended by Miss Pelagia Urban ska and Miss Leocadia Janowiak of South Rend. Miss Clementine Mer zydlo, sister of the groom, served as a Mower girl. The groom was attended by Sylvester Merzydlo, his brother, and Joseph. Uurdenak of South Chi cago. The bride was gowned in white pussy willow taffeta made en train and trimmed with silk shadow lace. Sho wore a bride's veil caught with sweet peas and carried pink roses. The bridesmaids wore white chiffon and carried arm bouquets of pink roses. The llower girl was dresse-d in light green and carried a bouquet of yellow roses. After tho ceremony a reception is being held at the home of the bride's uncle. Dr. Nicholas Eorisowicz, 3 OS S. Chapi'n st. The out-of-town guests are: Miss Lucille Rurdelak. Miss Helen Brzyczka and Peter Klawitcr of South Chicago. The wedding of Miss Mary Zyto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Zyto, XV. Fisher st., to Stephan Llrlnski took place this morning at 9:15 o'clock at St. Hedwige's church. The- ceremony was performed by Rev. Casimier Tru szynski, C. S. C. Tho attendant were: Miss Jennie Kubiak with Stanley Lipinski and Miss M. Majewska with Stcvo Rachu ba. Following the ceremony a reception is being held at the home of the bride's parents, tho guests being im mediate relatives and frier.ds. FUNERALS. Tho funeral of Harry Ranicki, 10-vear-old son of Mrs. Magdalena Pa Kicka, 613 S. Walnut st,, who died Saturday afternoon after a brief ill ness, was held fihU morning at S o'clock at St. Caalmler's church. Lev. Stanislaus Gruza, C. S. C, pastor of the parish, officiated. Burial wa 8n St. Joseph's Polish cemetery. PniLSOXALS. Casimier Hazinski. 30 S. Chapin st., left this morning for Hammond on business. Joseph Sobkiewiz arrived here today for a few days visit with friends. Anthony Rrzozkowski has arrived here from Milwaukee for a few weeks visit with his sister, Mrs. Joseph Wy plszynski. 514 Cleveland av. Mi'-s Angela Warzelkov.ska. who has been here on business, returned to her home in Chicago. Leo Korzenowski arrived here Mon day for a few days' visit with friends. Adam Magosiewiez of Chicago is in the city on business. Walter Schmidt of Gary is in the city visiting with friends. Andrew Horazewski arrived here for a few days visit with friends. MUs Makowiak returned Monday to Chicago after a Lrief visit with friends. Anthony Struzinski of Laporte is in the citv visiting with friends. Frank Hodewsl.l has left for Chi cago after a visit here with friends. Max Groczewkl of Cleveland is in the city on business. Vincent Ellknowicz returned Mori- these garments and hats New Outing Suits $ 1 0.QQ to $25.00. New Outing Coats $5.00 to $ 1 5.00. New Outing Skirts $1.50 to $7.50. New Outing Waists $ 1 .00 to $5.00. New Silk Sweaters 1 0.00 to $25.00. New Outing Hats $2.50 to $5.00. J i BHiGMTBST SPOT tM TQVN9 day afternoon to Detroit after a few days visit with relatives and friends. Ho was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wegienka, 112 5 W. Napier st. Mrs. Mary Lymprt left this after noon for her homo in Chicago after a visit hero with friends. Peter Wozny of IJuffalo is in the city on business. Leo Mruczkowski, who lias ben hero for a few days isiting with friends, returned today to Last Chi cago. ILYITISMS. Helen, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wroblewski, was bap tized Saturday evening at St. Casi mier' s Catholic church. The god parents were Mrs. Praxeda Ladow.ska and Stanislaus Kaminski. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gapinski was baptized at St. C.tsi micr's hurch. The child was namd John. Tho god-pr-r-ints are John Moskwinski and Mrs. Anna Lentveh. The baptismal ceremony was per formed by Kev. Stanislaus Gruza, C. S. C. pastor of the parish. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ste phen Janczak, S. Scott st., was bap tized Sunday afternoon. The child was named John. Tho god-parents are Michael Guzicki and Mrs. Hose Gu zicki. Lleonor, the newly born (laughter to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Szezypiorski. was baptized Sunday afternoon Th god-parents are Mrs. Jennie Szczypiur ska and Phillip Szczypiorski. lie v. Anthony Zubowicz, c. S. C. pastor of the parish, performed the ceremony. social i;yi:ts. The choir of St. John Cantius socie ty of St. Hedwitre's parish will hold its singing rehearsal Wednesday (-veiling. The theatrical rehearsal of tho ju nior and senior girls of Lady Falcon- Z. 11. No. 1 will be held Wednesday evening. The singing rehearsal of Loly Fal cons Z. 11. No. 1 choir will be hebi Thursday evening at S o'clock under direction of J. Deranek. TO REPRESENT INDIANA Mrs. Y. i:. Miller Named Delegate to Child Lalxr ConforriK c. Mrs. XV. K. Miller received from Gov. Kalston Tutsday morning an of ficial appointment as on of rive dele- THE HAIR BEAUTY THAT BELONGS TO YOU So many who have long known that hair beauty wan certain to follow upon systematic hair care have been loath to commence what they mi.-takenly think too much trouble. Proper hair care means only keeping the scalp and hair perfectly clean by use of surra preparation made for shampooing, not for general cleansing. You can enjoy the best that is known for about thr e cents a shampoo by netting a package of Canthrox from your dra-ist. 1m--solve a teaspoonful in a cup of hot water and your shampoo is ready. After it.5 use tho hair dries rapidly with uniform color. Dandruff, excess oil and dirt are dissolved and entirely disappear. Your hair will be so :!uify that it will look much heavier th in it is. Its luster and softness will also delisht you, while the stimulated scalp gains the health which Jarcs. hair grow Lingerie Week New Undermuslins at Spe cial Prices; Right Now is the Time to Buy Dainty Summer Lin-serie. for Outing Wear. P .AC '&K gates to represent Indiana at tho 11th annual conference of the National Child L'lbor committee, to be held at San Francisco May to :: 1 . Mrs. Mil ler will have Thursday evening for Indianapolis to consult with Gov. IialstoTi before leaving for the west. It is tho exposition conference of the committee and the child labor exhib it will be held in the IMucation build ing on tho exposition grounds. The sessions of the conference will be held at the Civic auditorium. The general topic for discus-ion will be. "ChU Labor a National 1'robb m." Mis. Mil ler is a number of the committee which will report on "Federal Control of Child Labor." Whitest. f softest, purest milled. Uo"ti$izz" added 1 t A I .1 And there's noth- pTfJ i ing "just as good cet Koxane Cake Flour before next blin? day. It's th rnrsfcake-irnurancr." Met iptft in rvfry pmkug. ALlD-Ertltice '.l.'.nj Co. jet- vtair. Ld. AtAU Croc.r.' Fine Large Geraniums for the cemetery, 25c, 35c; 50c, 75c, $1.00. ing Geraniums, 10c and 15c. Willis V. Kinyon Wnolesale and Kctail Florist. IT02 Iertagi Aw I'ril P. 25:5. Home p. H212 Graduation Gifts We Iiae a wonderful a-ort-nient of fn-autifnl ilt for the son, daughter r friend ln graduate thi j ear. P.IV IT NOW CLAUER'S Jewelry Store Complete Stock of Victor Records and Victrolas. Geo. H. Wheelock & Co. J tin .. . !