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SOCIAL AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES MM TT TO ) The Indies' Aid ninety of the Quincy Street Ilaptist church held a 1 uineh nceting Friday evening at the home of Mrs. K. J. WIckey, 12?, 4 Califrrola av. The huxband.n and Irlend of the memher were invited and tne guests numbered 35. The regular husines wan transact d and musical program was enjoyed. The r.iw pastor, Hev. eorge Knterline. rav an outline of the work for the future. Toward he close refrchh ntnta were nerved. The next meet ing will he held lie-. 23. with .Mrs. U. S. Jain, 1.113 Van Düren t. The Neighborhood circ! wns pleasantly entertained with ?lr. Ü. I. Ke'Joiifr, 1114 eallforra , Fri day. The afternoon was rent with ewirjr and a social hour with re freshments marked the rlose. Ti e next meeting will be held in three week with Mr. J. C. Locke. 1021 i-'herman av. Mrs. J. K. M ah er, 123 S. Laurel) mL, entertained a number of friends ni her home Friday afterr.oon as a murJefy to her mother, Mrs. Jo- ! reph i-fhepler, who left .Saturday for her home in Chicago. The afternoon j waa spent socially with vlctrola s- ( lections. Toward the clo.e a dainty i Tut W w . . m . A w V. 1-. . . ! to the eight guests present. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ives. 7i0 San- ! ome av., entertained ThurxdavJ evening us a compliment to the lat ter's parents. Mr. and .Mn. William M'v.e.s of CoopersvilSe, Mich., who are fpending a few w-pks in this City. The favors at cards were won by Krnil HawklnFon and Mrs. "harlos Green. "An oyster supper wz. ttr.cd by the hostess near the f lot?e. C"fvers were l.iid for 20 uests. Members of th Tilidins Lights Uss of the First M. K. chureh met Friday evening at the home of Miss Ioroth traharn. I-'.:. S. Fellows st., fo the lat time this ear. As- K-'iar.i nosiesscs ior tne evening r we: I tho Misses .viurgarct Uurden -:id Kva Dickenson A business t hessien began the eening. and cap-; tains were chosen for the member-i-hlp emtest which is to be held, j .Miss Beatrice Jopes v.-f., elected to ; e-apt.'iin the Hlurs atnl Miss Cath erine lUakeman the Lels. A social' i'MMinni, Wien icames me ich-i tore. Miss Anna Methia, Wenger j m ... n v t . . m., in dc nostess to tno class in Iebruary. Mrs. Albert Myers, 111 S. Main j vt.. entertained ih an informal dinner I-'Yiday eening for Miss Syl-J via Krod" The dinner table was) :ittractie in its appointment u ith I ;i cluster of sunburst roses at the! renter. rue re were covers for l o ;ructfl. T1j regular business meeting of the young men's Hilde class of Trin ity Presbyterian church was held at th- church last evening. After the le-;,-on for the evening the members adjourned to meet next month at the church. Members of the Harmony Sewing ir ie P. II. C, met Thursday with Mrs. Louis Candy, 1717 Dale a v. The io tion of otficers took place dur ing the business stio i and result ed ns follows: Mtk Kdwanl (Jans, , resident. Mrs. L. a ie president: Mrs :-cretary and Mrs. treasurer. Puring a II. Vandeear, K. L Jester, Alice (Jitchell, social hour re- lreshment were served. The vieting will be held Dec. 1, next with Mrs. W. Roth. f 2 I 'lover st. i Members of the Wanita dewing m l were entertained Friday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. (Jilbert : Horth. 21 Irabi st. Tbe hours1 vere ?pent. socially with needlework, iind refreshments were served. The, n t meeting of the club will b i I'e.-. ith Mrs. S. L Smith. 102' Fo st. Mrs. Mary Rulo. Miss Ccneviee T.'ulo and Mrs. Ineta Smith were hostesses Friday afternoon to mem bers of the Norman 1'ddv Sewing ircle at a meeting at tbe hall. The tmip wa.s devoted to sewing and re- 1 i"sn rnen f mit' w;ät"vi1 f it A 1 r i .- v.- ' ... . i . . . p. De the cir, le will hold ;i een eral h;rnMe and bazar in the hall. A musical program is being arrang ed for the afternoon. Mrs. Maude Huntsmger and Mrs.; Werdon were hostesses to members. : the t'ircle of Service of the First t aptist hi:rr h Friday afternoon, en tertaining at th hom of the for "ier. 1712 St. Joseph st. Arrange-; :nent. were made to distribute sev-I r.! baskets of food to families on Thanksgiving day. After the busi ness time the members enjoyed a so cial afternoon with the serving of light refreshments. Another meet ing of the society will be held 1km C In the vnurch parlors. j S.tr ih! Complimentary to Mrs. Matthews of Pitt-shur-h. pa,, a for mer memtcr of the Colfax circle. Mrs. W. James Major entertained th club Friday afternoon at her non.i-, 229 K. Navarre st. At the close of an informal afterr.oon dainty refreshment.- vere served. The guests for the afternoon numbered MX. Mr. Matthews who has been th gurst of Mr. and Mr. T. J. Slirk. Navarre place, wili return t her home today. The Advance circle member were Host pleasantly entertaire 1 by Mrt. William Inwo ni, .". is . .N!ai: il. Current events were given as a rart of the afternoon's procram and.; following the business time, the lios-' tess served rfrhnn r.tv Besides the members there were three in-j :ed fjufjls. At the meeting Der. I .". j at the home of Mrs Charles H. Nie. j 113 N. Nitre IUme a v.. ttie rr.eni!-. i s j will have their Christmas gifts. armual e. hange Mrn. N. C. Stack. Mrs- Henry Mar tla uivl Mrs. SveeolJ cntvriaiiud for IN MILADY'S BOUDOIR BY OWEN ; m:v.iu; or amotions. j Amotions have a xnot startling jway of writing them.elver, upon :th facial muscles. If we could ntudy !a picture of ourselves at the age of twenty,- when we are thirty, we could nre what the emotions Lave done for : us In the ten years. ,eentc oneself everyday, the little telltak lines and contractions creep ipon u-. so grad ually that their progress is almost , unobserved. i , Then some morning, when there i. f etter lischt than usual, milady hap pens to look in her mirror, and re alizes suddenly that something has i happened to her face and that it N j not nice looking or pleasantly at- What the French Maid Told Marjurie BY JA NIC t'AKIMi lOK "Fati:er bpou: tiii: : 1 1 rn C.WAIIV. home the dearest little canan Oh. u is sj unnin-." bird lat niuht. e( laime4l Mar in to Marie to t' II h r of lier new pet. respondeil Ma- "Isn't that nire." rie. entering into th spirit if the occasion. "Von should care of it now and it will If great company fur you. "That's jnst the tna l.b-. " resjMnd ed Marie. "The lirst rcju site to bird health is !. inline-s. 1 iw bot tom or the cam should be washed laily. thoroughly drid and sprinkl ed with red or siher sand or gravel. The pen hes bfu!d b scrubbed and dried. A uet rae and perches will cause sue anl ulcerated feet. Fill the seed run dailv and aluavs m iv :,n,i rt,n t... .iri.aincr cup i. ith len water. Mixed bird se.-, I j,ut -jp by a reli a!le dealer is the safest food. Seeds are too often stal and must and cause diarrhoea. A cuttle bone should be attached to the eage, not only for the purpose of sharpening LOW COST OF BY MRS. FL.ORENCZ MAX. Itrfukfat. Crapefruit. v Holland I'.aked Lier. Creamed Potatoes. Rolls. Coffee. Dinner. Stuffed Paked Rabbit. Currant Jelly. I'.aked Sweet Potatoes. Raked Unions ana Cheese. Chese Salad. Raked Stuffed Apples. SupjHT. Olive Omelet. Graham Crackers. Danish Pudding. Hot Chocolate. Itrvakfast. Holland Raked Liver Cut the liver in small pieces. pour over boiling water and let stand live min utes. Place slices of bacon in a baking pan add the pieces of liver, on top of liver another slice of bacon. Pake in a hot Vtven. Dinner. Stuffed Raked Rabt.it Wash and line with strips of :iCon. Make a dresing with two cups of bread crumbs, a little onion and season ing. Place in a baking pan. Cover with strips of bacon, pour over a cup of hot water in which lias been added a teaspoon of kitchen bou quet, a pinch of sage, clove, and ginger. Raste often and a half hour members of the Woman's auxiliary of Westminister Presbyterian church and their huslands last evening at the home of Mrs. Stuck, n2u N". La fayette blvd. The evening was spent T pleasantly with contests and an informal musical program. I Refreshments ; erved by the hostes elose of the evening. ses marked th The society will meet in one month Sevtion two of the department of literature of the progress club met in the club rooms Friday afternoon 'a hen tbe study of the modern drama w ;u . or.iinued. Mrs. lonaId Drum mond had a reading and discussion of V cat's, "Ho'-r Class." and the rur i z nt poetry was given by Mrs. R. W. iCever. Mrs. Vk-tor P. Jones and Mi.-vS Certrude Mueller will have charge of th uitetin-' Deo. S. The Junior AnvUar.v ; ,t.. Jam' church met Friday a.ttcrnoo:i with Mrs. Ht-rhert l'ant.. "41 lnoln way W. The time was spent socially with short I'Ummi'sü session. The auxil- f !ar w 111 inert I ec. V MemWrs of the Pastor's Aid so ciety of the Firt Christian church wort entertained Friday afternoon .:i the church parlors. The members spent a bu.-y afternoon sew ins and 1 1 Tit refreshments were served. At the next meeting D-.-c. l.'i. at the tl urvh. the annual election of oth cers v ill utke pla e. Mrs. C. M. Hildebrand. 1022 Cal itomia av.. entertameti the May t..tr lab yesterday afternoon at h r inme. There were miesLs for 1 1: i ec t;M s Hellt t" Mrs. liest Kemble lie! r,)inients i '..r - from a! '1 and the prize- ottn Lir.-.m. Mrs. i:r Mrs. i:. L. Culver. e I e erved ig :-o m two m tal le. have a Il.nan- the li 'ti !-"'. v the meeting w it h M r.- I : i .xill Hattle kef. 1 ll. itase st. Mi-.-s Ma .-ill. 'if r and L-ot.i vxere hostef-ses last evening to are nu rnU rs o f the Bata liammu. (iirN at the home f the fornu-r. 2 20 C SHEARS. tractive an it used to be If you have suspicion that you have allowed worry, nervousness, sad ness or the parsing irritation of the moment to dominate you, and that Perhaps our face is not all that it .uld he, stand before thv mirror and l..e frank with yourveif. The rurnfrs and kinks around vour mouth show you haven't laugh ed enough or how out-hah.need the merry moods are by one of anger.) M. Bowerman of Marion. Ind.. is worry jealousy, fear and melancholy, j visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. Klin Ferhaps this morning study williger, 704 Lincoln way F.. onve to yon th" truth aoout tne ernotior. Ha"h one of them leaves their wake on the smooth surface of r-.n f. i.f ihn i nil iilliencu in th? unpleasant ones. IJWL1I the little bill, titles of bone but because the par eaten add to diucs- tiou. "There are also bird tonus, a bird manna for the bird that is molting or does not -in-, while bird salve i1 a cure tor sore feet. Keep the tage clean and you won't need bird salvo. "Should the nails grow so Ion.? that they curve ompb tely ;rounl the perches c ut them. To do this tho gieatest care is r.ecf s.-avy. Holding the bird uently in the palm of tho hand, hohl the little feet to the light so that ou can see the red blood and no harm will he done. "tie your bird an opportunity to tak a. daily bath. Put the little tul of tepid, not icy, water into the cage and have him alone and quiet to hi toilet. It' he never bathes take him gently in the hands and pour tepid water over him, avoiding his head, he will then preen himself dry. "Never hang him directly at a window; it is too draughty. Hang him near enough to enjoy the light and sunshine and cover his ca;?e at nightfall with a pl?ce of flannel ette." LIVING MENUS before rabbit is done dredge with Hour. Raked Onion and Cheese Peel and cut in hdices six onions. Iay in baking dish, add melted butter, salt pepper, and a little water. Rake until tender, cover with grated cheese, place in oven until cheese is melted. Cheese Salad Cream together cream cheese and tablespoon of but ter. Add quarter of a cup chop ped nuts. Serve on lettuce with French dressing. Raked Stuffed Apples Pare, core. Fill centers with chopped nuts ant raisins. Sprnkle with sugar, bake. Serve with whipped cream. SupiKT. rs I olive O.relet Reat four eggs until very i'..;ht, add four tablespoons of boiling v.ater, four ftntly chop ped ' olives and pepper and salt to taste. Put one tablespoon of but ter in omelet pan. pour in mixture and turn with knife until whole if of a creamy consistency. Fold over, turn into a hot platter and garnish with paisley. Danish Pudding Roil one cup of tapioca in water to cover one hour. When cold add half a cup of sugar and a tumbler of grape or currant jelly. Turn into a wett"d mould and when cold turn out and serve with whipped cream. Calvert st. The evening was spent dressing dolls for the Orphans' home, and during the social time musical selections were given by Miss Fsther Fulton and Miss R'ernice Wayne. Miss Peggy (Jrirtith of Mishawaka. and Miss Opal Ollinger were quests of the club. Light re freshments, wore served. Members of the choir of Holy Trinity church were entertained last evening by the Misses Margaret Cul- er and r.es.Mc Woyhan, at the home . a. ft I 1 " . . I . ä . he j en ! evening was spent dainty re.f reshiatnts SOClallV tllll were enjoyed. The members will have another metin. Dec. 2'2. Announcements The north section, woman s l ague of the First M. K. church will be entertained Tuesday by Mrs. A. P. Shidler, 62 6 Sibley pi. The assist ing hostesses will be Mrs. laura Miidler. Mrs. Clem Shidler.- Mrs. William Buck. Mrs. A. CS. llumpf, Mrs, W. P. Slullington. Mrs. C. J. Whitmer. Mrs. L. 1. Blake, Mrs. O. I. KUe, and Mrs. A. C. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Chillas. 311 S St. Joseph st.. will entertain the Old Time Friends' dub with a dinner Monday evening. The assisting host and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whit more. The current events department of the Pr gress club will meet Mond.ty atU" ao n ir. the club rooms. Th? topics will be "The Manufacture of Textiles. by Miss Helena Neitzel. .,..1 t .1 i ' .i 1.,- M.. 1 t ..III, ."Vik- (iitl v i.&ii.-t li .ViiS. i . 14 Sims. Mi-s Liura 'iaeys. South st.. will entertain Tusdav evening m ele! ration of her birthday an- niv ersarr. All who have tried the News-Times Want Ads sa.y they work to perfection. PERSONAL S Mjron Victor Kedinho of Medary il!e. Ind., is visiting with his daugh ter. Mrs. J. I'.. Hayne. 215 N. Scott street. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Agnew and .on. Milford. jr., Lawndale av., have moved to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Heard, W. La salle av.. hae moved to Dayton, O. Kay Taggart of Lydick is visiting with relatives in the city i t . .. a l a ! .Miss Agnes Herbst of the Kushton will spend Sunday in Chicago. Mrs. S. H. IJerkey and little grandson, Walter, 1Ü0 4 S. Main st.. are in Wakarusa where Mrs. Uerkey was called on account of the illness of Mr. IJerkey's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson, Lincoln way L, will spend Sun day in Chicago. Roy Kiracofe of Mishawaka ha gone to (Irand Rapids to take a po sition. Lorenzo Autin. who has been at tending school at Interlaken, is visit iog his mother. Mrs. C. Austin. Mish awaka. for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kasterday of Wyatt spent Friday here. Maine Jacomct of Columbus, O., is spending the week end at the home of Miss Hthel Cordray, 1 1 :: 1 S. Lafayette st. Mis3 Ina Van Horn, S3 2 N. Main st., and Miss Josephine Reckwith, 317 Pine st., 1U spend .Sunday in L'lkhart. Mrs. W. M. Conley of L'lkhart spent Friday in this city. Miss Helen Meany, 4114 X. Michi gan st., will spend Thanksgiving week in Chicago. Ren Mushkin of Des Moines, la,, is visiting Max SauUlak, 326 W. Jef ferson blvd. Xeal Welch. 1 150 8. Lafayette &t., is spending the week end in Lafay ette, where he attended the Indiana vs. Purdue football game Saturday. Miss Marguerite Holzbauer of Plymouth has returned home after a short visit with Miss Ruth Knob lock, 1025 W. Colfax av. BUILDERS' CLUB MEETS Workman's ConiM'Xisaüon Act Subject of Discussion. is L. L Harter, head of the Union Trust Co. insurance department, was the principal ipeaker at the regular meeting ,of the Ruilders' club, held it 12 S.'st. Joseph st., Friday even ing. The Indiana workman's com pensation act warf the subject under discussion. The next meeting will be held in the auditorium of the Union Trust building Friday, Dec. 1. An illus trated discussion of "Asphalt and its Present Day Uses" will be the fea ture of the evening, and will he lead by a representative of the Har ber Asphalt Co. The local architects, material dealers and other interested parties :irp mn;t rnri1ia11v invHorl tr nltanil DUCKS ARE IN DEMAND Turkey Substitut, is Soiling For 17 Cents Per Pound. Ducks appear to be the cheapest eating for the Thanksgiving feast, according to the price quoted on the city market, Saturday morning. Seventeen cents per pound was the price asked for the birds alive, while chickens brought 18 cents alive and 25 cents dressed. There were no turkeys offered. A few Relgium hares were for sale hut there was no supply of cottontail rabbits. OLD SCHEDULE IS BACK Through SerWcv Starte! on Several Linos at Non Sat unlay. Through service on the Lincoln wa, W. and Miami st., the Portago av. and Michigan .st., and the Hill anil Mad toon nts., car lines was started at noon Saturday. Mich igan st. is in such condition that tracks are now available along ! "lr finiit- irmau 'i in- sLrevi. i ni ' north and south side Mishawaka cars will make their usual turn Michigan st. and "Washington av. at om: acci:iti:d. nt of seven applicants for en listment In the navy at the local Acruitlng office the past week, only one was accepted. Two were re jeeted for being under age. two for flat feet, and two for defective teeth. One of the rejected appli cants was also under weight. FAltKWI-Xli IWltTY. About 100 members of the South Bend Review. No. 4. L. O. T. M.. were present at a farewell party held at their hall last night for Mrs. Martin Doolittle, who is to leave the city. The affair was call ed a "hit and mips" supper, all of the members contributing to the banquet. IU7TTIIV HOMU Mr. and Mr. Charles Osborne. 71! X. Main st., have returned to this city after spending the summer j 'th months at Petosky. Mich, where e former honed to regain Iiis I health. His condition is not much improved. coxitj: ii;hi:i:. The Fellow ("raft degree wa con ferred on a large class at a called meeting of the South Bend lodge. Xo. r!4. F. and A. M held at the Mansonic temple last night. MEET EXAM NER Merton C' Sturges to Aid in Move to Americanization of Foreigners. Active work upon the American ization plan of the Chamber or Commerce may he started soon, ; announcement by business manager , ! according to an ( victor cf the F. Jones, chamber Saturday morning who is in receipt of a letter from Merton " Sturges of Chleaeo. chief naturalization examiner, advising j him that the latter will be in South Bend Monday afternoon on business and would be glad to attend a meet ing of those interested in the Amer icanization plan either Monday even ing or Tuesday afternoon. , The committee appointed by the j 'hamber of Commerce has decided , I to meet Mr. Sturges Monday night' at the Chamber of Commerce build- j ing and has issued an invitation to j all persons interested in the project ; to meet there at that time. Plans for a monster mass meeting ! for all foreign born citizens of South , Rend who have declared their in- ; tention of becoming naturalized will probably be discussed at the j meeting Monday night. I SENTENCE IS POSTPONED Court to Imostigutt' Before Pas-ing Judgment. Though Charles Calloway pleaded guilty to the larceny charges that were preferred by J. W. Jones, who accused him of the theft of sono lumber and a carpenter's p'.ane, the city court found it advisable to post pone the rendering of the judgment until further investigation is made in the case. A new hearing was set for next Thursday. Anton Wiezorkowski pleaded guilty of charges of intoxication and was given a suspended sentence of HO days in the county jail pro vided he reports favorably every week to Capt. Schock of the police department. Frank G rana, who pleaded not guilty to the same rharge, was given a 60 days' sus pended sentence after he had been convicted on the testimony of tho arresting othcer. lie, too, -was com manded to report weekly to Capt. Schock. MRS. C. S. CROCKER DIES Came Here Nine Years Ago lYom Union Township. Irs. Caroline Crocker. 34 years f old, died at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. Arnos liennett, S27 X. Main st., Saturday morning at 1:30 o'clock following a year's illness. She was the widow of the late Kzra T. Crocker and has been a resident of South Hend for nine years, comini? here from Union township. She is survived by the following children. Mrs. liennett, Mrs. Sarah Beyers, and Thomas K. and Andrew M. Crocker, all of South Bend, and 15 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Besides the children she is survived by th following j brothers and sisters. Mrs. David , Newman of Mishawaka, Mrs. Luther i Curtis of Osceola, and Mrs. Jennie Dye of Colorado. WIFE SUES FOR DIVORCE Mrs. Clarence Motult Sajs Hutband nilea to ITotitU'. Charging her husband sith non support and cruel and inhuman treatment, Martha 1-2. Stoudt asks a divorce from Clarence 1). Stoudt. The couple was married June ::), 1009, and separated Nov. 21. 11U. During their married life, so Mrs. Stoudt charges, the was compelled to buy her own clothes and was given only I'M) with which to buy food during that time. She asks the custody of one child. Col I IT NOTLS. Kdgar James Hindelang wants a divorce from his wife. Fmma C. Hindelang. He charges her with cruel anil inhuman treatment and not being a lit mother for their three-year-old child. They were married Jan. 1, 1912, and separated Oct. 16. 1916. The Mishawaka Building Loan association has tiled aeainst Delbert J. Kemble and suit and Bessie M. Kemble to foreclose mortgage. a Claiming that her husband disap peared in 190,2 and that no one has heard of him since that time Louise Reichanater peeks to collect $300 left to her husband by the will of his mother, Mrs. Theresa Reichan ater. sui: os roLicw Frank Bedger and John Bedger have filed suit in the circuit court to compel action on an insurance policy held by their father, John 11. Berger, now deceased. in the Knights of the Maccabees and The Knights of the Maccabees of the World. "NOT IX Till: CTIUUCULUM." Lewis, jdx-year-old, has gone to school just exactly three weeks. J'ach evening when he corr.es home he never fails to tell his mother t hat he has learned "neW during the day. The other day he came home and his mother said: "Well, Lewis, what did jo,, .earn new today?' "Mother." he replied, "I icarr.td a new way -eri jü-ly, r; it." 1 The Sale Continues all Next Week All in a nutshell exactly what our sale (the clerks) means to you: 10' off Jewelry. Neckwear. Leather Goods. 10r 10r 10' 10 Vi 10r io : 10 f iov; 10'c iov; io v; 10 Vc 10- iov; 10 Vr io'" 10 off Gloves and Hosiery. off Toilet Goods and Notions. off Handkerchiefs and Ribbons. off Infants' and Children's Wear. off Lingerie Underwear. off Dress Goods and Silks. off Domestics and Linens. off Beds and Bedding. off Electrical Goods." off Rugs and Carpets. off Draperies and Lamps. off Art Needle Work. off Suits, Coats and Furs. off Waists and Blouses. off iMen's Furnishings. off Books and Umbrellas. off Waists, Blouses, Sweaters. off Underwear for Men, Women and Children. off Corsets, Muslin Wear, Etc. 1 0 off Everything in the Store The c PEA THS MllS. .7 EX XI k nxciL "Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Jennie Finch, well known throughout the city, who died Friday morning at her home in Chadron, Neb., following a week's illness. Her death was caused by typhoid pneumonia. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Webster of 413 X. Taylor st., and by live children, Ho.vd of Niles. and Karl, Helen, Herald, and Mrs. Robert Burns, all of Chadron. A sister, Mrs. J. C. Whitlock and two brothers. H. D. Webster and K. L. Webster also sur vive her, the latter residing in this city. She wiis married in 18S9 to William Finch. The funeral and burial will take place Monday at Chadron. HAXXA m'caih;. Haniu McCabe, 6S years old, died Friday afternoon at 4:"0 o'clock at !he home 'of her daughter, Mrs." L. S. Chirhart, 411 X. Taylor st., of apoplexy and complications, follow ing a long iliness. Besides Mrs. Chirhart she is sur vived by a sister, Mrs. Thomas Ben nau in Missouri, and four children, John, Fdward, and William McCabe. and Mrs. H. V. Boy. She was born in Ireland in 18 4 8, and has lived here for the past 6T years. She was married to John McCabe In 1S65. TIIHKSA STA lilt. Thresa Starr, formerly of this city, and residing in Green Bay. Wis., died at the Mercy hospital in j Green Bay Thursday, following an ! operation. She is survived by her husband. Vincent Starr, and by Mrs. T. C. Butler of South Bend. MRS. Iftfl-rLJA BOYD. Mrs. Kmelia Boyd, 74 5rears old, of St. Louis, Mo., former resident of South Bend, whose husband was a partner in the firm of Boyd and Hillier, lumber dealers, died at St. Louis Friday morning. Several years aco Mr. and Mrs. Boyd went to St. Louis on account of Mrs. Boyd's poor health. Besides her husband Mrs. Boyd is survived by two children, Earnest R. Boyd of Ogden. Utah, and Mrs. S. M. Coulter of St. Louis. Mo. She wa sister of the late Samuel A. Hillier. Mrs. Boyd was born in Burlington. X. J., March 27, 1842. and was married to Mr. Boyd 52 years ago. The body will be brought to South Bend where funeral services will b held Monday afternoon at o'clock from the re-ider.ee of Mrs. S. A. Hillier. 1104 S. Michigan st. Rev. H. L. Davis will officiate and burial will be in Riverview cemetery'. Pallbearers will be Fred Keller. John Roth. John Paxson. John Dunn. John Deacon and George Taylor. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads liswor S aves you ll purch Wo on a i erKs at MID-WHITER IDEAS FOR iV w i hi J rat V:i hU P v? . r v w McCaü P.ttrm No. 7519 Transfer Bcsir ''o. 401 i i w I 4 ilt- il V ' Includes a FREE COUPON for your choice of any McCAI-L PATTERN GEORGE WYMAN & CO. South Bend, Ind. SHOW BIG INCREASE Clearing lor the Week Pa. the Two Million .Mark. Rank clearings for the past week showed a healthy increase over those of the same week in II 15. The fig ures then were il. 440, .103. while the r ast week set a mark of $2.078.405. The clearings for the week follow: Monday. 2ZH.2H; Tuesday. J411. S71; Wednesday. J 336,737; Thurs day. i?Ji,'f; Friday, SSS.fcfrl; .Sat urday, 31 7.3 81. somj: niTTTJUL Karl Hartman, who has been ill at the home of his si.ter. Mrs. Frank rfhafer, Zl 5 Uncoln w ay K.. is in proving. i k; and cat show. Union Trust Ruildir.g. Iec. 7. . 'J. Get entrj' tlanks, rill out and send to Blanche Dun tar. Secretary, No. 3. 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