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niuisDW i:vi:mm;, m i:mi'.j:i: i ? i SOCIETY AND OTHER INTERESTS OF WOMEN ! v S Mat r. ii v. K. J :f -r n 1 .1 - 1 . . and .ll(."A.irJ A Ime f il..s e.ty. for merly of V;itTto .v ji, ('nn., t'-.ik ; at 1 Y1. k Thursday mrnin at the First .M. 1-3. (hur'-h. ;.. Henry P. PaUs osü'Mated, the uf-.l. i The 1-ride 'was K:"n aw.iy hy her u i. I-. Plmer it. St' 1 1 of 'ic.-.!.iii'. M. h . ami the attenda nt.s wer' Mi.-'h Margaret Sherman and Puth Stull. Purine the tremony sj'''i-U Music was furnih-l !y II. I . Iduvd, oranit of toe First M. I, ehurch, and .Mi. Inez Ha--ke, violinist. The hrlde wore neat vehet traveling Milt of hhiet-erry shade, triiriTiifl In far. Mi.-.s Stoll vu Hiwr.nl In 'ray reoivette crej-e with hat and slim s to mati h. while Miss iShriiian was attired in brown V i, rt:ett rej.e oer yeiiow ( Jiina n!k, with (Toun f-at'n t ri m mine's and '-old ia e hat and shoes to rnatf h. l.m li wnr' a h't j as and Imm diately ( orsn;' !'ou''ift of Valley lilos. followir.tr tin cere jio-r.ev a w eddin breakfast was ser. ed lh the diver hotel to t; es and a few pink jiarlor of the the immediate rela f riends. ( 'o i rs were laid for ?,) Kues-ts. Mi-s Casey is well known anions the social set of South Bend, and is ti.e granddaughter of Mr. ,tnd Mrs. J. P. Stoll. former editor of the Times. She was a graduate of the local hl-h school in 11 11'. Mr. is a traveling salesman and has jreviously l.een located in lecatur. 111. Those who attended the wedding from out of the city wert Mr. ami Mrs. J. I). Casey and daughter. Harriette. of Auheim, Ind. Miss Catherine 'asey of Indianapolis, and Mls.s Helen Fink of floshen. After a :'liort wedding 1 1 i i Mr. and Mrs. Lane will reside in this city at S24 P. Jefferson hlvd. The annual Ne v Year's reception viven for the people of St. James' parish and their friends, will he held at the clergy house on New Year's day, between the hours of 4 and S o'clock. The clergy and the ladies of their families will be pleased to receive all friends who care to call. The assisting hostesses ar Mrs. Donald Mardreor. Mrs. i. Welton Judd' Mrs. Marcaret nidlow and Miss Iola DeFries. v Mr. and Mrs. Hollo Hunch, 904 H. Calvert st., entertained with a dinner at their home Wednesday evening. The affair honored Charles F. Norton of Iim Angeles, Calif., who is visiting with his sister, Mrs. Leo Swank over the holidays. Christmas decorations and sweet peas were used effectively and there were covers at the tahle fur tdght KU est 5. The cr.ncretration of the West minster Presbyterian church will tender a reception for Itev. and Mrs. ' H. II. Hostetter. Friday evenlnc. A I. irt;e numher of invitations have been extended hy the committee in charge r,( the affair and a frood at tendance is desired. Miss Martaret Whitrnmh. :'K La porte av.. entertained with an in formal tea Wed neday afternooji at her home. Musical numbers wn. Mven by Miss Helen Seybold. and a reading hy Miss Waldorf. The jifternoon was spent informally with Karnes. There were covers laid for six Knests. Tlie Northern Indiana Abmmae ;i Mation nf the Western -ol':e at Oxford. O.. will 1.,. -iven a I mi h?on I'rid.iv roo- ,(t the- Nichol son Inn. Cuests will be present from Mishawaka. Coslien, i:ikhart. Ah' hiuan "ity and South lb:nd and will number 2C. Follow inn tlo- 1'Ml'heo" the quests will 1 tallied at the hon.e of Mi ''ollmer. S Lafavette st. nter- I Alm :t 1 Mn. J. P P. r. Deli. .. was hot, v , ,,t ;i " 1 Y. ilfax ii' heon at t ho '!i er hotel Thur i 'V. p! iment to r ' m-h.ini of Low el!. lay. iriven Fi e! rick !. . The a v a i li -ta bje " . ,i v de.-or.lt Kiilarney n pl.ices for 1 J 1 tu rare I s - i and ! W t : e pre-ent or VTr- e g i e v t I .l Ugh - .i',d then g:u st Tho-e : r.oluded Vit herine Mr-'. C-umng. am ürr. Mi-s 1 : 1 1 1 . Millen of South Aii.try.i of Miss Oliver. Mi-s Hel t!: UNION SHOE CO. j 233 S. Michigan St. L d II ALL STAR ST. PAUL'S METHODIST TONIGHT, bv 71. e M.irn .it:- of Mi.-- M i iv Four Noted Artists of Chicago I. EDGAR A. NELSON, Organist of the Chicago Sunday I: veiling and Apollo Clubs. II. MRS. LOUISE H. SLADE, Contralto Soloist ot the Second Presbyterian church, Chicago. III. MISS AMY EMERSON NEILL, Violinist of the American Symphony Orchestra and the Chicago Operatic Co. IV. PARNELL EGAN, Tenor of the Unity Church, Oak Park, and Concert Singer of first rank. ADMISSION FREE AND A WELCOME TO ALL MUSIC LOVERS OF SOUTH BEND. I 1 1 IN MILADY'S BOUDOIR BY OWEN If our women built nj) their lod- o s J y oiitiloor exercise and at th sain- tiir.- oared for dedicate coni-;U-i!. and tine hair, they would I'- th- rno-t beautiful women In the world. There i only one thir.c that may prevent thN ambition, and that tl.- American woman's nerves. You may believe, herauve the French .viiin.iii is quirk and slim, that she too, is a hundle of neres. hut it is not so. She is tempermental and her emotion are near the surface hut her nerves have ret heraus he never worries from one day to the next. The American woman does such a host of nerve-rarkint; thini; to mar her h;iuty. I know a woman who Is free everv hour of the week, and vet she will shoji on Saturday when the mental tension of a crowded store is at Its height. Puyintr poods and vaitinc for hantre in such an at mosphere brings a ucker to the brow, and wrinkles about the mouth, that never would appear if she whop What the French Maid Told Marjorie BT JANE LSJWELL. jam tiii: m ist or foods. "What a load of jam auntie has in her preserve closet, rf marked Marjorie as she surveyed the shelf on shelf loaded with jams and jellies of many kinds." "Madame believes in the value of jam as a food product." exclaimed Marie. "It is rich In sugar. In the minerals which are present In the skins of the fruit.?, in Its laxative character anil its mechanical aid to digestion. It's toothsomeness too, is not to be despised, for it appeals to that relish and appetite, which goes so far in the maintenance of health. "Five pounds of Jam costs no more than one pound of butter. One pound of butter provides 3.600 calor ies whereas live iunds of jam pro vides 5,250. Practically the energy value of three and a half pounds of jam is equal to that of one pound o butter and at a good deal less cost. LOW COST OF BT MRS. FI.ORF.NCE MAY. Ilrcnkfust. Tangerines. Fish Cakes. Cra n berry Mai malade. Toast. Coffee. Luncheon. Salmon Salad. Hot Mu Mins. Cra ham Crackers. Cocoa. Dinner. Potato Soup. Fried oysters. Mashed Potatoes. Parsnips. ! I ressed Hearts of Lettuce. 1 Sponge Cake. 'berry Sau e. j Hrcakfat. j ' r.i n ! r ry Marmalade. Keniove j tile seeds and tough parts of two j oranges and chop tine, using th" 'skins and juice. Add a quart of cranberries, a cup of three cup of sugar, thiek. raisins and I'.eil until erty. Miss C eo ige W. I.ol'eni of ue l.nn nzi. Maigaiet Mvets. Mrs. P.lair and Miss i-Mie de Mishawaka. Mrs. Joe Mrs. John Rev nobis. Miss Annabelle Lippincott. Mrs. Reed Lyn Parker of Chicago, am i ithe hostes. Following the lumheon (the guests were entertained at bridge at the home of Mrs. l'.ird- sell. M:s Viigiuia Sanders.'.'.':'. E. Jef leiou !vd . enterrained with a 1 o'clock lumheon at her home Thursdav afternoon for a few t rie'tds will to wpend 1 1 v. as prettily are home from college holidavs. The table decorated with sunburst iose and uar isi for the tenter piece, ami .orsages of sweetheart I "'es and sweet ptas were presented the guests. Harrv PanghT. Mis" I r t : i Oortr.er and Mi Charlotte 'hair, ley f (oshen were among the guests present. Master Laurance llarwood. '11 N. T.tyior st. will be host at a party givir. Friday afternoon at his home. CONCERT in- EPISCOPAL CHURCH At 8 P. M. SEAKS. ped on Monday morning at 'J o'clock We Americans nver rest, fill our spare moments in for we i reading j exciting iirtion, Wutrhin intens . dramas or p laving bridge as if our i lives tlepended upon it. You must learn to control ynur mind when-there is real need of physical waste, for worry only too I quickly leaves its stamp n the fea- tures. If you have missed a train don't pace th platform and search J the face of the clock and frown j at the raternan. This mental hurry i w ill nit increase the steam pressure ; in the en ein carrying the next i train. j Do your r.rt to cultivate repose i and nerve control and you will con- ; i anpements have been completed to (pier our national weakness. Fol-j accommodate a large crowd. Sea low the Englishwoman's habit ofsonaM decorations and the frater taking cross-country walks in theinity colors, red and black, wiii pre- open air, and study the Frenehwoni-; an's clever maneuvers her natural looks. The to improve j combination I of these three should give you real claims to that elusive quality known as beauty. "Sugar present in fruit has a re markable effect on nutrition and can be eaten in far greater quantity than raw or commercial sugar. Jam whieh is well boiled, like that made by your aunt's cook, contains a large proportion of invert sugar, which is more freely digested than raw sugar and can be eaten with greater im punity. "This form of sugar is produced in making jam by the united action f heat and the acidß of the fruit. It is a combination of grape sugar and fruit sugar, but loses some of its sweetness in the process of cook ing. Invert sugar is much less of an irritant than raw sugar and re duced the troubles caused by dys pepsia. Honey is an excellent ex ample of invert sugar of which it contains nearly 12 ounces to the pound, and is well known as a de lightful, nutricious and easily di gested dainty." LIVING MENUS latnclicoii. Muffins Mix two ezgs, one cup of milk, two cups of tlour, half a cup of sugar, and two teaspoons of bak ing powder. Hake 2" minutes in a quick oven. Dinner. Potato Soi'p Pare and slh- pota- toe to make two cups. Add f.re cups of milk, and boil until the po tatoes are tender. Add a pico; of butter, salt and pepper, and serve without straining. Dressed Hearts of Lettuce Serve i milv the heart with a dressing made by mixing throe tablespoons of olive oil and one each of vinegar and chili sauce. Sponge Cake Peat i up of mi gar. Add two eggs with a cup tu sugar. .au nan a cup oi . milk, one nip of tlour and a tea- , spoon of baking powder sifted with Hour. Pake in a hot oven. the occasion beim,' his M'th birthday. There will be I'd quests and Miss Marguerite Martin will tell stories for the entertainment of the little folks. . The annual holiday party of the Home dirls' Pilde class was hen at the home of Mrs. L. J. llarwood. :;il N. Taylor st.. Thursday after noon, with Mrs. F. H. Fulton as assistant hostess. Christmas deco rations of real and '-rtcii were used to decorate the house. A part of the afternoon was devoted to sewinir for some charitable organization of the city. Tiie quests were then en tertained by Mrs. Alma K Ware, who p'ea.M-d with her story felling. Mrs. Ware was presented with a paintin-'. Murillo's "Christ Child." Tea wa.s served late in the afternoon and Mrs. Ware, assisted by .Mrs. Fred Woodward, poured. Christmas favors and novelties 1,'iven the ur.est.- late in the even ing, made the annual Vuletide puest ball of the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday the jolliest of the season. The ball was the largest and most brilliant formal event ever Riven, their beir.p 'JÖ couples present. The decorations elaborately carried out to Missest the Christmas time, made a beautiful setting for the affair Fverureen.s were used in preat iniqu ities with parlands and wreaths. A liphtinp effect and svvlrlinp snow storm were features cf the even int:. dispelling entirely the dipnihed atmosphere attendant to formal affairs. Messiek's full orchestra play ed for the dancinp, and throuph o'.it the eveninp there were lisht re- ! fr shments. The success of the ball was due j (entirely to a committee of younper i members, who looked after the dec- orations and other details, and con sisted of Henry M. Harper. Stuart Fibel. Carl K. Winkler, ami John C. Key nobis. Harlow Lippineott and Wallace Kriechbaum were hosts at one of the most successful holiday dancinp parties of the season in compliment ; to the youmr people home from school. The affair was piven Iat i f eveninp in the Melville hall with i dancing from 9 o'clock until 12. There were 20 couples. Punch and wafers were served throughout the even n'.' Mr and Mrs. Walter .m. Uebl and Mrs. Charles Krieshbaum J chaperoned the party. j Just previous to the dance Miss) Arva Yeauley entertained with an j informal dinner at her home, S20 Park av. Christmas decorations , I were used about the home and an evergreen tree centered the table, i Dinner was served in tlve courses, j There were covers for the Misses Schneider, Louise Weld. Virginia Marian Chard. Agnes White. ITor- ence Weld. Harlow Lippincott, Ho- Part Jones. Wallace Krieghbaum. Richard White. Pernard Keltner and Wallace Davis. Members of the Dial Delta Kappa fraternity will hold their second j.nnual holiday dance tris evenint: in the American hall Messick s run . orchestra will furnish the music. and promises a number of novelties to entertain between dances. Ar- all. The Robertson Tea room will serve a buffet supper, and dancing will be in progress until 2 o'clock. The Pythian Tea ladies were en tertained at their regular meeting Wednesday afternoon in the K. of P. club rooms, with an attendance of 60. A contest was won by Mrs. Charles P.radley and Mrs. Uexford, after which refreshments were serv ed. Mrs. Q. N. Taggart, Mrs. Frank Kline, and Mrs. Daniel Lontz xvere the hostesses. The next meeting1 wilt be with Mrs. S. N. Hay. 1211 S. Michigan st. She will he assisted by members of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. S. Hurwich. 52 4 Kildare av., Chicago, will entertain with an engagement reception Sun day, Dec. 31, in compliment to their daughter. Miss Anna Hurwich and Keuben Abrains, C2i N. Hill st. Sev eral guests' from this city will be present, among whom will be Mr. and Mrs. L. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. J. Abrams and Misses Ether, and Cecilia and Alfred Abrains, and Mis? Jeanette Simon. A holiday dance was given last evening in the Farmers' Trust hall by members of the Knights of Co lumbus for a party of 8 0 couples. A program of dances beginning at 9 o'clock was furnished by the Haerens' five-piece orchestra. There were punch and wafers served dur ing the evening. On the committee in charge were F. F. Yarsdorfor, John Kabh, Paul H. Heroth, Ernest Schräder and Charles Guthrie. Miss Margaret Sherman, o07 S. Franklin st., w ill be hostess Friday j evening at an informal dance In the I Farmers' Trust dancing academy. ' Supper is to be served at the Nichol son Inn. The Jolly Fellows club is mak- j ing plans (or a series of dances aft 1 er the holiday season. At the final j meeting of th- year, the club elect ; ed J. Frederick to serve as club i editor. Miss Mable Miller. S. Michigan st., was hostess at a luncheon on Wednesday afternoon in the Nichol son Inn. There were covers for six. t The Luncheon Pndge club was ntertained at the Nicholson Inn Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Law- rence Roniine. 1 10 North Shore dr. There were eiht guests included in th'. party. Miss Sue le Lorenzi of Misha waka entertained with an attractive luncheon Wednesdav at the Nichol- son g 1 1 f Inn. ds. There wer- places for 12 A dinner party to a company of 1 'J guests will be given Friday evening by Miss Katherine and Miss Ruth i '"ii- at their home. 7 I'M Park a v. Announcements I lie i ml e pen oe n t -lui will lie en tertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. 'hartes Krown. Clover st.. River Park. The flood i irele will piv e at Kejler hall ol the evening and each lady box'. Fellowship l am ing a New Year s dance Monday. A feature will be a Lo dinner is requested to till a PERSONAL Miss C. Cook and Miss Edna Stump. ! Lronson St., has re turned from a short visit in Colum bia City and South Whitley. Mr. and Mrs. U P. Stults. Ill E. .Jefferson blvd., are visitinp in ssin, Ind. Mrs. L. Miller of Chicago will visit her sister. Mrs. A. C. Cottrell. 729 Riverside dr.. over New Year's. Mrs II. F. Steele and daughters. Lincoln way L., have returned from a short visit in Importe. Mrs. A. Delcamp and Mrs. John i Warren and Miss Ielcamp of Llk ! hart were the puests of Mrs John Hacey, 6 nesday. . I . J 27 Lincoln way K.. Wed :hirk ami family of Detroit are spendinp the week mother. Mrs. C. Shirk. 1 with his 17 S. Hush st. Mrs. Ceorpe Souders. 702 Uncoln way F., is spendinp the week in In- i dianapohs. Clifford McCarthy, Sample st.. is i-pendinp the week in Danville. III. Lisle K. Punch, who has been visitinp with hi parents. Mr. and Mrs. H W. Punch. 12S E. Pronson t.. durinp the holidajs, has retum- ca to Lnicaco. where he u-wi re- sume his studies in chiropody and' orthopaedia. j A. K. Leslie of Detroit i home j for the holidays as th cue: of his mother. Mrs. A. Leslie, vjl Lincoln i way H. Miss Jeanette Miller of Kphrata. Pa., is visiting at the home of Mrs. n. Shirk. l.'lT S. Hush st. Mrs. Arthur Peterson, 117 N. Car- lisle st. visiting has returned horre after i with relatives in Warsaw. . Miss Ursula Perley. who has been I attending school at Ann Arbor, j Mich., has returned after visitins 'over the Christmas holidays with j her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. j parley, TOT E. Madison st. I Mortimer O'Dell. TSi dishing St.. js spending a veek in KvansvilU jrjj u-.nth l-nhlnson of Chicago. Uvho has -(f.en itink- at the home n i t.s ndward Carr 314 V. Madison st., has return-d. Miss Helen Dover, Arnold st.. will spend the week end in Chicago. Miss Eva Martz, 403 S. Parry st., and J. E. Wygant of Sturmis. Mich., will spend the week end with Mr. and Mrs. II. Wygant of Wolf Lake. Ind. Edward Kane of Henry, 111., will be the week-end and New Year's guest of Joseph Downes, 311 S. William st. William Hart has gone to Chicago for a few days' visit. Miss Elsie Menzie of Michigan City will arrive Friday to visit Miss Margaret Stewart. 419 Cushing St.. over the week end. Mrs. A. E. dilster of Chicago is visiting at the home of her mother. Mrs. C. Schäfer, 8 38 Forest av. Mrs. J. W. Burns of Chicago has returned to her home after spend ing Christmas with her mother, Mrs. T. Vahlert. Kuntsman ct. Mrs. S. P. Robinson and children. ' r,33 Cleveland av.. have left for ! Marksville. Ia., to remain for the i rest of the winter. They will join I Mr. Robinson, who has been there i since last October. William Olsen of Louisville. Ky.. is visiting at the home of his sister. Mrs. Esa belle IJryan, Cedar st. Mr. and Mrs. Pen II. Ranstead of Chicago has returned from a visit with the Iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkinson. SM N. Michi gan st. James McKinnon, 222 3. Notre Dame av., has returned from a six weeks' trip through the eastern states. Miss Elizabeth Rapp of Kenosha. Wis., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. Allen, 410 Pennsylvania av. Ring Lardner of Chicago arrived here Wednesday for a short visit with friends. W. D. Shimp left Thursday after- j noon for Monroe, Calif., where he i was called by the critical illness of j his granddaughter, Miss Margaret j Shimp. D NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS social i:m:.ts. Members of the Holy Rosary so ciety and the Absttnents of the St. Adelbcrt's church enjoyed their an nual dinner Wednesday evening in I the parish hall, on (dive st. The j dinner was served from two long i tables prettily decorated with ttow j ers and ferns. Following the din- ner the time whs spent plea -antlv with panics. The pirls' gymnastic clas,s of Lidy Falcons. Z. Lalicki, No. 1. will hold their exercises Friday eveninp at Z. L. hall. The military band of Falcons. Z. II. No. 1, will hold tloir rehearsal Fridav eveininp at 7:;!o ('"clock at Z. It. hall. The exeriees of M. Ii. Falcons will be held Friday cveninu at Koseuis zko hall. ll.l"TIM. Joseph, the sou of Mr. 1 .a d isla u s and Mr: baptized Ladislaus Luka.-zak, was Tuesdav evening at St. j Hedwipe church. The mod-parents I are Joseph ltutp and Mrs. Anastasia 1 la jdiicki. PLltsox i. Kdward Pieehovvski. Hill st., who has been ill for several days, is now s .mevvhat improved. Frank S.czepiorski. W. Division st.. has pone to South Chicapo to spend a week with relatives. Walter Klarozynski of Indiana Harbor, is here visitinp with friends. Ceorpe Troczynski returned to his home in Michigan City followinp a few days' visit with friends. Stanislaus .lasiorski returned to Flint following a few days' visit with friends here. Edward Purzalski of Chicapo is here visitinp with friends. Mark Wierzbinski, who has been iiere visitiner with friends, left today for Hammond. Miss Stella Zamaszevvski of To ledo is spending a few days with relatives here. John Pawlowski. who has been here visitinp with friends. left today for Chicapo. Frank Uuszkowiak returned to his home in South Chicairo fellowinp a few days' visit with friends here. Anthony Wojcichowski, who has been here visitinc with friends, left today for Chicapo. Micheal Jastrzembow icz of Ham mond is here on a business visit. Frank Szczechow iak. Indiana av.. has pone to Detroit to spend a week with relatives. Joseph Zworzalski. V. Division st . returned from Chicasro where he npent a week with relatives. Carl Andrews of Itfayette is here on buines.s. Frank Cenpowski. who ha hen here visitinp with friends, left today for Chicago. Miss Anna Szudrowb z r-tnrr.ed to her home In Polling Praiiv follow- Sh-hh-h It s a Secret!" A big thing AUF Muffs, Collars and Scarfs. S5.00 Furs at Sx75 S 10.00 Furs at S7.5o SI 1.00 Furs at S8.25 SI 5.00 Furs at SI 1.25 SI 8.00 Furs at SI 3.50 S25.00 Furs at SIS.75 $32.50 Furs at S24.37 S50.00 Furs at S3 7.50 Hudson Seal Coats S75.00 Coats at S56.25. Si oo.oo Coats at S75.00 SI 50.00 Coats at SI 12.50 S200.00 Coats at si 5o.oo S250.00 Coats at S 187.50 All Waists S3.00 S5.50 S7.50 SI 5.00 SI 8.00 S25.00 Winter Coats One-Fourth Off Dresses One-Fourth Oft Ttis inp a few diivs" visit with her sis ter, Mrs. Roman Woodki, 132 S. Ohapin st. George Weislowicz of Kat Chi c;iuo is here visitinp with friends. John IIur;:aniak, who has been here visitintr with friends, left to day for La porte. Pernard Poszynski. W. Sample St.. has gone to Chicago to spend a week, with relatives. J Stephen Korzemski arrived here! fnmi Cleveland for a visit with friends. NEW SECRETARY NAMED Paxil P. Mauley to Korp !W"ors of l.amvl iic ('lull. Th- ! ei-rc: tion in mittee. wliic h n. et at 1 1". Parr.es' oilice at th hiKh school Wednesday evening, eleoted Pasil P. Stanley to sucoeeil Mr. McKee. as serietary of the Paurel Civic clui. He will take his ofliee Ja n. 1 . i "on si d era Me work was done t ward making the moving jneture proiiram on plete. The jdetures will will be shown at the different eivi elubs during the year. Tili: SICK LI.xT. .Miss Margaret Pa Fortune is ill at her ivme 1010 Howard st. t Mrs. Herman 'ook, 22.". K. r -I., is seriously ill. The Stahr Shoppe. i.eautv ; ..irlor i.i the Union Trust Pldg. is open every Friday and Saturday evening. Adv. A -a?eguarc Against POOR APPETITE HEARTBURN INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS OR MALARIA H OSTEITE Stomach Bitters MOFFTTS SHOP Cor. Michigan and Jefferson Women's and Misses OlTini GAILMKNTS. Coats. Suits, IroNses. Corsets, Mlliincrj, WaistA. C. L. S. BLEND The favorite coffee of the "World Famed City." I it j is coming your way. i Off urs 4 Fourth Off One-Fourth Off Waists at S2.25 Waists at S4.13 Waists at S7.50 Waists at SI 1.25 Waists at SI 3.50 Waists at SI 8.75 Bfljght&st S&qt GEORGEH.WHEELOCK and (Company have a complete stock of the NEW VICTOR RECORDS for January. See advertisement of the Victor Co. on page 3 of this paper. To All Talking Machine Owners: There is no , i about the Mipremacy of Victor Records; !'.:. ..iiiary list is convincing proof. Come to VHI:l:LOCKS, hear some of the records, and get a booklet giving you interest ing descriptions of the selections. your re quest, we will mail you this bulletin of new rec ords every month, free of charge. Come George H. Wheelock & Company Victrolas and Victor Records HxcliiMvelv. I The Sale of White This Sale i White i an annual event with us and it is lull ct saving opportuni ties tor every one. The Sale of White ih iudes: Muslinwear. White Goods. Domestics. Linens. Bedding. Embroideries. Laces. Corsets. Children's Wear 0ff Wool Dresses. t 11 years. Children's Guts, 2 r. M years. Hats :t:d Bonnets. Bath Kobes, 2 in 11 years. Children's Furs. Infants' Coats. 0 Toivrj" v". :. SS IVA '-.S 11',.. 7 in Tod a v.