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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TlMEb THURSDAY. JH.V i. in 15. r I Social aedl OtSier Imtereste of Women J I I , . , .n I 'j 1 - 1 society Mrs. O. II. r.owmnn. 12.', K. Indiana a v.. most delightfully r nf rtained tho Fidelity ( ul I" Olumiii.i City.Mnd., at a slumber party Tuesday evening at her home hero. The house v. as artis tically l-cc.r;itod with Juno lilies and swr't jfns. Wodn.silay other uest3 from Fufh F.nd were invited to par ticipate in th delightful affair and at noon u delicious repast was served to 2 0 truest. Tho afternoon was piven to funics and social diversions. The 10 moinhcrs of tho club are Mrs. Charles Jones. Mr. (.Uorpe Harrison, Mr.". Ashe r Chilton. Mrs. Frank Hall. Mrs. Frank Kenn-r, hr. I. Alice Wil liams, Mrs. Henjaniiii Cluston. Mrs. Walter I'yref. Mr, '"rank Hollis and Mrs. Frank Knisky. On Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock at the homo oi the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Faabe, 1 :l 0 1 S. La fayette m.. tho marriage of Miss Lil lian Kaabo and (J. 1'. tfheiman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sheiman, 11'. 2 MeKinley St.. Morrison, 111., look jdace. Lev. (L W. Allison of Hope Presbyterian church oiliciatiiu. Mrs. Arthur I )a hl'-rrcn. suster of the bride, played the wedding march, and Miss Lena Ksken and Herbert .heiman of Fort Wayne, brother of the groom, were the attendants. Miss Ethel Ilnysse of Mishawaka. cousin of tho bride, and Miss Uuth Dahlsren, niece of the briile, acted as llowcr k'irls. Miss Fern Dahlren was rin bearer. The bride was attired in a kowii of emliroidrrcd net with satin rosebud trimmings and wore a wreath of val ley lilies in her hair, while her shower boufpiet was of bride's roses and val ley lilies. Her bridesmaid was aho gowned in a dres.s of embroidered net and carried '-ink roses. The eeremooy was read under an arch of lilies and Miiilax, while other parts of tlii houe wore made beauti ful with at abundance of roses ami valley lilies. In the dining room, where a supper was served to tho .suest s inirn Hiiately following the cer emony, rnMs were used with pleasing effect." The quests from away were Mr. and Mrs. William C. Lobby of Sycamore. 111., an.l Herbert s'liciman of Fort Wayne. The younK couplo v ill leave Monday evenimr for Mor rison, 111., arid will be at home in that city at LVj Portland a v., after July 10. Mr. and Mrs. Lycll T. Miller, 7 45 Leiand a v.. pleasantly entertained with an infoimal luncheon at half after 12 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary which tell on that date. Only tho nearest relatives were present. Loses and garden Howers and crimson spiral? was used throughout the house for the decorations. Covers were placed lor nine. Those who enjoyed the af fair were Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Paxson. John Miller Paxson. Joan Paxson, Lex T. Miller. Leiand Miller and Mrs. Eliz abeth Wat;ncr. A complete surprise to the many friends and acquaintances of Mt.-s Ma tilda A. Emery and Elme r I-:. Mangold was their marriage which took place Wednesday afternoon at t. Joseph, Mich. The couple slipped out of tho city early in the afternoon and weie married with a quiet ceremony, re turning home in the eveninpr. Tho ouji people arc both well known here, the u'room havinp been propri etor of the Mangold studio, 1 2 W. Jefferson bld., for more than 10 j ears, and the bride having been em ployed at the studio for two years. The couple will be at home after Au?. 1 at 213 W. Jefferson blvd. A miscellaneous shower was iven Wednesday evening by 50 members of the Lady Maccabees, South Lend Le iev No. I. in compliment to Miss Mayme Callison. 1012 W. Colfax av. whoso marriage will take place next YVdn-sday. The evening was Riven, to panics and RiiessinR contests. Tho houe was beautifully decorated with red and pink roses and white June lilh s. LeI'reshrnents were served. Miss Callison was the recipient of many pretty Rifts. The marriaRe of Miss Leatrice Lil lian Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Wells. 1 :.(:, s. Michigan st., ami William (I. Hintz of Chesterton. s.n, of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hint.. 1 :5 J W. Washington av.. took place last evonin.R at s o'clock at st. Paul's Lutheran church. The Key. H. Hollo, performed the ceremony. Miss l,ouiso Hintz, sister of the Rroom; Miss "Lcrnicc Wells-. siter of I oil LWML White canvas Baby Doll Pumps, white rubber s .!j j and heel; $1.75 values; while they last, Union Shoo i uompany the bride; Iuis 11. Hans and Arthur Franke of Chicago were the attend ants. The- ushers were (Jlen E. Wells and Walter I little. During the reremony Miss Pcrnioe Las-sett of Valparaiso played the Lohengrin weddim; march, "To a Wild Losv." Humores-iue" and "Evening Star". As the-w el JinR pro cession left tho altar she played Men delssohn's wed-iinR march. Tho bride wore, a Rown of white crepe meteor with trimmltiRs of pearl and ReorRietta crepe made with a full length train. Her tu!!e veil was ar ranged about the head with oranse blossoms and her shower bouquet was of bride's roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Louise Hintz, tho bridesmaid, was attired in a costume of pink crepe meteor trimmed with shadow lace. She wore a pink tulle veil fastened to the head with a wreath of pink roses and carried pink roses. Miss Htrnlee Wells Rwn was of jellow crepe meteor with a bodice of filet lace and a Rirdle of Persian crepe meteor. Her veil was yellow tulle caught to the head with yellow roses, .she carried a bouquet of yellow roses. The church decorations were hunches of crimson ramblers and June lilies. White satin ribbons and lilies marked off the aisles. The decora tions at the home were entirely of Rreen anei white.. The June lilies were used. Immediately .after tho marriaRe a two course luncheon was served at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hintz will spend sev eral days at EaRle lake and after Au.r. 1 will be at home at Chesterton. The Ruets from away were: Mr? John Primrose. Indianapolis: Mrs. Ed. Wells a: d Miss Irene Wells. Pe oria. HI.; Miss ReRlna Sperber. St. I,ouis, Mo.; Miss Iterniec I'.assett. I. A. L'uvrencc. Valparaiso; Mrs. Tom Smith, Orand Pnrk. 111.; Mrs. Kred EnRle, Lutte, Mont.; George Folk, Miss Rebecca Folk and Mr?. William ManRus, Iakeville; Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Collier, North Judson; Mrs. Robert Stroup, Chicago; Mrs. Michael Trump and Miss Lila Trump. Teearden; Howard Folk. Miss Edith Folk, Miss GeorRia Folk, North Liberty; Mr. and Mrs. Snlaloff, Firemen: Arthur Franke, Miss Clara Franke. ChicaRo. and Mis.-j Elsie Hintz of WatikeeRan, 111. Miss Alice Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hill. 74 4 Allen st., was quiet ly married to Robert W. Whitmyre of Littiz. Pa., at the Westminster Pres byterian church Wednesday cveninR at 0 o'clock. Lev. H. It. Hostetter officiated. Immediately after the cer emony the couple left for an eastern trip, when they will visit the Broom's parents before returninR here, where they will reside. Last oveninR at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Martin, :22 N. Main st., occurred the marriaRe of their daughter. Miss Alice 1 1. Martin, to Fred P. Crow, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tk Crow of Walkerton. The ceremony was read at S o'clock by tho Lev. Martin Goffeney, pastor of the German Lutheran church, beneath a canopy of palms banked with lilies. Irvin Dolk played Mcnde-lrsohn's wed dinR march on the harp as the bridal couplo entered. The bride was charminR In a pov;i of white crepe do chine with trim minRs of real lace. A two-course luncheon was served after the cere mony in the dininR room, which was made attractive with roses and smilax. Mr. and Mrs. Crow will take a two weeks' trip to eastern points and will be at home at SIT PortaRO av.. South Pond. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Crow. John Crow and Harry Crow of Walkerton. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hatch and Miss I.en nette Schulters of Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Knobloek. Mr. and Mrs. Pardiencr and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kicfor of Lremen, and Mrs. Benjamin Rose. Mrs. Lruce White of Elkhart and Miss Marguerite Crowe of Chi cago were the puests from away. Members of the Iythian tea ladies were entertained Wednesday after noen in the K. of P. hall. The time was spent socially with tho serving of HrM refreshments by the hostesses for the day. There were more than "0 members present. In two weeks the meetinR will be held at the hall when the hostesses will be Mrs. W. H. Hohbiok. Mrs. H. V. Method and Mrs. J. G. Hahn. , p- 1 " PERSONAL Announcements! 1 i"-- a NEW ART NEEDLEWORK. The entire new Royal Kociety pack age line just received at Mrs. M. A. Fralick's, 131 N. Main .st. See win dow. Advt SI MMER DRESSES. Pig Half Price Sale of Colored Sum mer Dresses Friday and Saturday at Advt. The Ellsworth Store. Miss Evelyn Tohulka, r.17 Franklin st.. is visiting with friends at Diamond lake. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Twomey and son, Edward Twomey, Park av., will leave today for a visit at LaSalle, 111. Mrs. A. Neland, GIT 1-2 N. Scott st., left for an extended trip to Kalama zoo, Mich., where she will be the guest of her brother. Mrs. G. M. Sherman. Miss Margaret and John Sherman, COT S. Franklin st., have returned from a two weeks' visit at Pittsburgh. Penn. Miss Gcorpeno Rush of New Car lisle has returned to her home after visiting; with relatives here. William Reece of Chicago is in the city on business. Miss Irene Pearson. 123 6 Wood ward av., is the guest at the Rans berger cottage at Diamond lake until the fourth. Mrs. John Hildebrand of Daven port. Ia.. I visiting with relatives and friends here. Mrs. G. L. Lush, r.ll K. Wayne st.. who has peon seriously ill. has been taken to Epworth hospital. Mrs. F. E. Lartncss and daughter Maxine of Lay Minette. Ala., are the guests id' Mrs. Frank Korn. SI 6 Le iand av. Mrs. I j. E. Glass, Tl'J Cleveland av.. who has been seriously ill. has recov ered. Mrs. C. A. Seegmueller and chil dren of :;30 Allen sr., have gone to Hamilton and other cities in Ohio to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Kofl'man of Cham paigne, 111., are visiting Milton Ik Freudenstein. 32T W. Madison st. Mrs. Fred Pall of Chicago is the guest of friends in the city. Stanley Hoffman of Champaigne, 111., who has been tho guest of M. Ik Freudenstein. W. Madison st.. left to attend summer school at Culver. Mrs. Oscar VonLarandy, 131 S. Chapin st., who has been at her cot tage at Diamond lake, spent Wednes day in the city. Dr. Waiter linger. 11T S. Taylor st., left Wednesday evening for Paring ton, Canada, where he will visit with Lis father. Mrs. C. Murphy and daughter, Miss Marie Murphy, and son, Larry Mur phy, of Dayton, o., have returned home after attending the wedding of Joseph Murphy and Miss Nell Shcckcy. Lr. 11. E. Senscnich has returned from a visit at Denver, Col. ' Miss Georgene Filly, 203 X. Main st., attended the Ellsworth store pic nic yesterday as the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. Filley. James Rutler of Chicago is tho guest of Mrs. Rose Lutlcr, COG N. Scott st. Frank O'Prien. Tr2 W. Washington av., has returned from u trip to Den ver, Col. Mr; and Mrs. J. G. Pernhardt, T22 W. Wayne st., are spending some time at Corey lake. Mich. Mrs. W. D. Doyer. T.10 N. Hill st., has returned from a few days' visit at Fort Wayne, where she attended tho graduation of her niece, Miss Anna Lonzo, from the Sacred Heart acad emy. Miss Josephine McKee and Miss Paulino Minner, 1056 Woodward av., leave today for a month's visit in Chi cago, St. Ixmis and Sparta, III. Mrs. C. H. Laird. 10 4 Portage a v., is spending the week at Eagle Point, Diamond lake. MASONIC. Called meeting of South Lend lodge. No. 294. F. and A. M., Friday evening. July 2. at T:T.0. E. A. de gree. Visiting brethren fraternally j invited. EDWARD E. FRICKE. W. M. RICHARD J. GENGE, Sec'y. Advt The Mothers' class of the First Christian church will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Emma Lryant, 1002 W. Las-alle av , Friday morning. The Women's Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church will meet Friday afternoon in the church parlors. The hostesses will be Mrs. J. L. VanDenPosch, Mrs. Rebecca Porter and Miss Mary Humphreys. The Women's Missionary society of the First Haptist church will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. P. N. Cal vert. E. Monroe st. The leader for the afternoon will be Mrs. A. J. Kelt- 11 IT. The Women's Missionary; society of Westminster Presbyterian church will meet Friday with Mrs. Edgar Wilson, ',22 Cleveland av. Mrs. John Farne man, Mrs. How ard Daw ly and .Mrs. Alfred Peyrcr arc the assistant host esses. The Wanita Sewing circle will meet at the home of Mrs. C. A. Thornburgh, 814 S. Marietta St., Friday afternoon. The Worth While circle will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. M. Laum, 10 IS Lincoln way W. The assisting hostesses will be Mrs. F. W. Weldon, Mrs. Charles Rachel and Mrs. A. G. Rumpf. Instead of the regular meeting of the Neighborhood circle the members will enjoy a picnic at Deeper .park Friday afternoon. HIS BACK IS BROKEN;" HURRY CALL STIRS POLICE "Hurry! Hurry! His back is broken. He was run over by an automobile. It is at 51 S S. William st." Patrolman Kermerly brought his tcet down from the top of a desk at the police station with a bang. He got into his coat on the w.v to the patrol shed, where a reporter wiped the lather from the face of Patrol man Isaekson, half-shaved. The mo tor was whirred, and followed a wild drive to the address shouted over the telephone to Desk Sergt. Zgodzinski. His back WAS broken. In fact he was so badly injured that it was necessary to shoot him to end his misery. It was a dot;, which detail the summoner of the patrol had neglected. "They needed a veterinarian, not the police." was the mild way in which Patrolman Kermerly summed up the situation. 1URT1IS. Rorn to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davis, Sl Howard a v., a daughter, June 20. Porn to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dill ing of Parberton. O., a son, June 27. Mr. and Mrs. Dilling were tormer residents of South Rend. SUMMER DRESSES. Pig Half Price Sale of Colored Sum mer Dresses Friday and Saturday at Advt. Tho Ellsworth Store. REAETHTL AUT NKEDLEWORK. Embroider your Nmas gifts during your summer vacation. The new Royal Society package line Just received at Mrs. M. a. Fralick's, 131 N. Main st. See window. Advt. See Charlie Chaplin at Springbrook park every niRht this week. Adv. SIMMER DRESSES. Rig Half R-ioe Sale of Colored Sum mer Dresses Friday and Saturday at Advt. Tho Ellsworth Store. 3 66 The Summer Girl S3 Ooen An And Pay as you get pasJ. Our Credit System is just, generous and eco nomical. It's Free to our Patrons. Outing Dresses in Tan, Palmetto, Polka Dot, Poplin and Linen $4.50, $5, $6.75 and $7.50 Palm Beach Suits $7.50 to SI 0.50 Regular Spring Suits Greatly Reduced Big reductions are offered on Spring Suits, Fancy Mix tures in tan, putty and grays. If NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS " '",uv f t . Wl E. .TefTorM)!! IUvd. Ml Trimmed Hats 89c Panama Hats $1.00 to $4.50 IXXERADS. The funeral of John Dobinski, 24 years old. who died Monday morning after a long illness, was held this morning at S:C0 o'clock from his brother's residence, Adolph Eobinski. 1332 W. Dunham t. Hurial was in St. Joseph's Polish cemetery. The pallbearers were the members of the St. John's Car.tius society and of the K. Pula.-Ki Falcons. Misses Josephine and Sophia Itachmadzinska and Helen and Mary KrzyzanlaiC car ried llowers. The Credit House You'll Come Back To. SOCIAL, EVENTS. A very pleasant party was arranged for Miss Clara Haun, Wednesday eening by a few of her girl friends at the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Haun. 1121 YV. Divison st. The evening was delightfully pend with games, music and singing and at the close of it delicious luncheon was served. Miss Haun was presented with a pretty gift. Thos-e who attended were Misses Theophila Makielski, Agnes Drajus. Helen Kosnowski, Threa, Szulczowski, Kitherine Duczkowski, Verna Budnik, Mamie Thilman, Victoria Strauss, Thresa Erbanski and Stephanie Reich. Miss H. Blaszczak, W. Poland st., rnd J. Kowalski, 414 f?. Scott St.. whose marriage will take place July o. were pleasantly surprised with a shower Wednesday evening at Kes couszko hall. About 70 young people were present and spent the evening at dancing. Jarozevki's . orchestra furnished the music. A fine lunch ton was served. The after r.-on Tincywork class of the Polish Women's alliance of this citv will meet Saturday afternoon at the St. Hcdwige's school. The military band of Z. D. Falcons Ellsworth's ' Ellsworth's Wherever youVe Going If you're Going to Lake or Shore, or if You're Go ing to Stay at Home, here are some facts about Summer Wearables that should inter est you. Such good style and such quality at such low prices. eparalte Skirts Just Received This very day we received hundreds of New Skirts in Pique, Repp and Honey Comb and these go in the selling at from $1.00 to $7.50. Summer Waists that sre New Latest styles in waists in so many qual ities including organdies, voiles, crepes at from $1.00 to $7.50. Smart New Dresses Bathing Dresses and Bath Suits Special showing of bathing dresses and bath suits at a va riety of prices, as you will readi ly see. The prices begin at S1.50 and go to $10 with convenient steps in between. AilvnilCl M1IMII1C1U J U5L TCLCIVCU UI L'CilU- tiful summer dresses in both white and colors at $2.95, $5.50 and $10.00. Special showing for the Fourth. The very latest neckwear in lace, organdy and colored combinations. Quaker collars in prices ranging from 50c up. s 'Ml 6$ 9? Tf?J& &fQT fff 4 OWN WHAT A $1.1U WILL DO. On Friday and Saturday, you suf ferers of Uneumatism, (Jout, Lum bago, Etc., can K'et positive relief by purchasing a $1.00 package of .Merit Tablets and a uc bottle of Merit Lin iment, both for $1.13. This combination treatment is abso lutely guaranteed to produce satisfac tory results, or money will be refund ed. Take $1.19 to The Hans Drup Store, 12:: V. Jefferson IMvd.. opposite post oiiice, and secure this treatment. Mr. Hans personally guarantees these nronnr:itinns. We deliver. Mail orders Idled, j llnmo tihono r:ns -Hell SOT. Advt. I spkcial salk. Beginning Friday mornlntr, July i:nd, we offer special sale of heavy leather team My nets at $3.00 per pair while they last. We have but a lim ited supply of these nets in stock. Studebakcr Repository. Advt. hk; salk. or summkk iiu:ssi;s TOMtmUOW AM) SATURDAY AT KLLSWOUTH'S. We have just received over five hun dred dresses from New York makers at about half price. On account of the continued cold weather we bought these dresses at our own price. $10.00 to $15.00 Dresses at $5.50. S1S.00 to $25.00 Dresses at $10.00. I will not he responsible hereafter for anv debts contracted by my wife. Mrs. Pearl Brooks. T, Advt. FRED H. BROOKS. i fH:f(l Whitest If JNWVkV softest, mire r ii w i- A . r - - t 2 milled. No "rising ' added And there's noth ing "iust as cood." I Wrfifcl: Get Roxane Cake I tlJ?' bait in ff day. It's the finest cake-insurance." Recipes in every package. Aiia-Erki. MjUio, Co. 25c Carton SUMMER SPIXTAL I-o Toa Clasos (St) .S1.2." and up. Ice Tea Sjioons (Set) $1.28 and up. CLAUERS JEWELRY STORE will hold its rehearsal Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Z. li. hall. PKRSOXALS. Stephen Jarzewski. who har, been here visitinp with friends, left Wed nesday for East Chicago. The condition of Sister Erentrudc. C. S. C, who has been sc;riously ill is now somewhat improved. Miss Mary Gainer, who has been here on business, returned to Mich igan City Wednesday. Clement Bernadysiak. W. Division st., has returned from Chicago where he has been for tho post few days visiting with relatives. Frank Doltinski arrived hero this morning from Saginaw, Mich., for a fow days' visit with friends. Jack Adamski, who has been here on business, left Wednesday for Mil waukee. Joseph Harring of Hammond is in the city visiting with friends. Georgo Polikas arrived hero Wed nesday from Buffalo for a week's visit with relatives. Mrs. Julia Gizella, Chapin Ft., left Wednesday afternoon for Philadel phia, to spend three weeks with rel atives. John Rubisiak of Elkhart is in the city visiting with friends. Mrs. Martin Jozwiak and daughter, 1325 W. Dunham st., hive- returned from South Chicago where they have been for the past few days visiting with relatives. Mrs. Joseph Winka, Mrs. Fophia Kawecka and son. Lucia n, and John Bilinski left Wednesday afternoon for their home in Detroit after a few days' visit with the hitter's brother, An'hony Bilinski. S. Chapin st. Miss Helen Slowinski, who has been here for a few days visiting with friends, left Thursday for South Chi capo. Io Russell of Sandusky, O., is in the city on business. Andrew Hocnzwcrt of Chicago has arrived here to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Jazwin ski. 150 N". Carlisle st. Louis Niemier. Sll Phillippa sr., has left for Hammond to spend a weeks with relatives and friends. Mrs. Roman Woodkl and children, 132 S. Chardn &t.. have none to Roll- George H. Wheelock & Company Vacation Days are Play Days This suggests out door Toys for the youngsters We are spec-, ially featuring Summer Toys in our Department. THE SKUDDER CAR as shown a new hall hearing car which runs easily Price f$5.00 Hand cars $3.00, $4.25, $4.50 Marathon Racers $1.00, $1.50 Hike-a-Bikes, $1.00. Steel Express Wagons, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75. Foot Power Automobiles, $5, $7.50, $8.50 and $9.00. Velocipedes in all sizes and . styles ranging in price;from $2.25 up to $15.00. Special Largej size Steel Wheel Barrow and Shovel; special at 50c Sand Toys Eve ry thing for the children to play in 'the sand with Sand Sets 25c and 50c. Sand Mould Sets 25c. Shovel, Pail and Sprink ler set 3 pieces, 25c. Sand Mill 50c "Sandy Andy," 65c Sand Crane, $1.75. Water Toys Sailboats 25c, 50c, $1.00, $1.50 Sinking Bat tleship, :1.50 Submarine, 50c Floating Toys (set of 12), 25c, 50c and $1.00 Toy Wind Mills, 25c and 50c Toy Pumps at 25c Fourth of July Toys Pop Guns, 25c and 50c Boy Seoul Outfits with pistol, belt and holster, 25c Drums, 10c, 25c, 50c. We maintain a large display of Toys, Dolls and Games the vear around See our Window Display. George H. Wheelock & Company inp Prnirie to spend a few days with her parent?, Mr. and Mr?. M. .Szud rowicz. Miss Gertrude Huntler has arrived here from Chicago .for a few days' visit with friends. Anthony Hidnr. who ha? been here on busine??. left Thursday fur Lafay ette. Miss Mary IJudnik returned today to her home in Hast Chicago after a few days visit here with her relatives. Sho was the guest at her brother's home. Nicholas liudnik. Sit S. Chapia St. Jo.-cph I'lywaezyk has arrived hero from Chii-airo for a few davs' is.t with relatives and friends. Ho th5 ?,'iitst f Mrs. S ilornra I'arto.ek. . Chapin st. Frank T-ilinski. Io riorkw?ki. Anthony IUhnski and Kd Klowttter. ar spending the day at Juries like. Stanislaus Andrzejewski has re turned to Grand llapUb after a few days' vixit hejii.