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rituvw i;vi;mn;. aii;ii. i. ion. 11 OCIETY !L An attra tive r.o.-!r program ha ; e.-n urrani.''-'l by members .f the Ja'jsi'- d--p ii t nont of the Progress .Iub to ! presented bef.,r- The club . liif-ml r- ; . ri I Kü.-st-i ,-'.it ; ! da v after r.oun i ri the !'ib po-.,-. The u -I k of . .!i r ii i n j .-(' !..is t studied I : j r i r ; -r the asa y th" t!i!.-i'- !'!' i r t r.t a r.l s- -Ji'jms frorr. ih'f . 1 1 1 r i a n rnasi .ar.s: r.a.- ! :! ho-'-n f f t i i - pro K r. m j-a 1 1' i d l y. Many of ;th f : Ti i .- t,i -t mr "'..i.x will appear, ami-iu' a li' !Ti v ill r,. Mrs. r;itl( i. l'mk Iaw.-. Mr.- A. Role. Mr- A. IMm-r, Mrs.' i.. M. Morris, Mr-, .r. V. Niror. Mr--. ; c.i.y Ht.ii-i. Mi-- ':. nulla I : j 1 1 x - : vorth. Mr... n v i:. Huff. Mr. 1 A. r.'ir,!l.a:i;'h, !:-.- ' i T.i - Klhel. Mi-s Wiloa 'hon!. Mrs. Trank i .-'tover. Mi. M.t Mitanda. M i y i Maade Weber. M is - ln 'uilfoyle! and Mi.-s Maud Heath. Mbs Ibath, j Mr". .-tT. Mi--i C;n'!f"!' and Miss; Weber will a't as vcmü p inits as j f-ll as sob lists, j 'f th ii;,iny s'ifr ' s.-f at general elwh 'i)f'tiiiL whbh tli'- tii'-rii hrs j have had. thi-; gives promi-e of be- j :n: one of t F i t 1 1 " - f enjoyable of! any. ! A ji im porta nt business- meeting ",s j tf ho hM at ' : 1 T. o' iork and the t:ttT( i inno nt will begin at J o,r!o- k. A o'clock iim;r wa- -:i'ti at Me I in -' t on tea r oom Thursday r.ght honorinc Mi Aiben Iavid M ii, who I'avrs Mund iv for Wash ington, I . "., whrc she w ill i f em llo:j in the war ordnance depart ment, by numbers of the otfi sta'f of the 1 '.li-w oi th's sV' f where Mis.i lahbon has la on employed for the past four and a half yean-. The table v. flieh ;is attentively (ha oiated with spring flowers and tiny sill; Tars', was laid with covers for 1" gtifsts. Aft r the dinner a program of patriotic music and readings was enjoyd. Miss Pa id.-ofi was jire- m nffd witti a larpro siik Amoriean I ur-. v Mrs. L. Ik Carpenter. v2; Ik Cn f ix av.. entertained members of tho Vwin ity Sr,wint: rirlo Thursday iffernoon p nml'ts which wero laid. f;tvors were awarded to Mis. n. ('ompton and Mrs. Ik Harper. Mrs W. Herzo-,'. 'f. 'third st., Mh.iwak.i, will entertain the cluk i: two weeks. "The TVo-f, ss of Medical Mi- F'cills" was th" sul'jeC: of the p'-sorj presented hy Mrs. W. H. Hillmati at tl:f ni 'Mirr,' of t li - Women's I'or--icn Missionary society of the Trin ity Iresli terian ehureli at the honi of Mrs. W.-dter Ik Larkin. 014 Cleve land a v., Thursday afternoon. IMano i olos wei-e -i en hy Miss Franees I-arkin and Mrs. Meade. Mrs. Shaw, r.ec mpa'r. d hy Myron Chidester, a tcal solo. Mr. Chidester also enterlained with a piano solo A recitation was -ien hy little Miss Irma Teck". "The Witch Doctors of Afrif i" was the uhject of a pa per read hy Mrs. Calvin Ueatty. At the husiiecs meetinc: th meniher.s ! ided to hein a suhseription eon test to the missionary paper, "The T'riend." Hach side will ho supidied with a tk'ir-r, rose m hl in a sorviee the stars of whieti will repre sent suhseriptions. The winning .ide will he "le.-ts of the losing side at ;;n army 'mess" at the close of the ront"st. Mrs. f. Ik Show alter. CI, v laud av.. will ho ho.-tess to the iiiojTiht is on May Mrs. Cert Kil'Iinirer. I .-' Ik V dar st.. entertained memhers of the iulies' lkldo class of the Lowell Heiu-hts M. Ik ehureli Thursdav r.iuht. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Tred Kistler and Mr.-. II. Tk II. liar. A donation of was made to th Jled Cress hy memhers ef ttie (las?. 'A 1 . only need a little Mesimoi to heal iKem for good For that itching patch of rash or ecenvi, tr- Resim-l O i.li-.u-r.t. before th' trouble h.is .1 chance to Inwr.ic ericu. You wki l-.uht-le-s be surprised to tw.d h 'w quickly it sthcs and d'' '-:r irritated skin. It is so clfetlixc that it has been a standard skin treatmei.t anvn- phys via:.? fr m.mv vcar. '! o i rr. ..... ... M ' Wsr.e Pert. 7-S, h I At Whcelock' F ' ' '"l.kkri; ' ""..."-" 1 krf s. .y' X r I i . -- uGE H. WHEELOCK & COMPANY AMD OTH 'J he folP,wiru' program wa pre ceded Py i husiness yssion: A reci tatiou !y Miss (;rtrude MeCanJer; a reading hy Mrs. fit raid Carrier; ?'i.d a ocal selection hy the Misse? Alfa and .Mary (I race Kiplinsror. Th 1 of tf.e ni'-vtinsf ' t l.e held or. .May will he annoiiiiced later. Art all day meeting of the Women'.- Horn- Mi--ionary .society of th Craee M. i:. c hurch was held Thurs day at the church. The memhers . wed from r :::') o'Ioek until noon. . t whit h time a picnic dinner was served. The regular business meet-in-r was hold at 'JiT.O f.'clr.ck. Th devotional exercises were led by Mrs. L. C. Kreider and a paper on "Folk and Folk I-ore" was Kiven hy Mi.-- .lenni" Itulo. Mrs. Heorire S. Clall and Miss Nettie Taylor were named as dejotrate and a'tornate to the dis trict convf ntion at Chesterton or. May f and 10. The next meeting will ho held in the church parlors on Mav 10. One hundred meruhers of the Ardmore Heights and Mount IMeas ant Home Economics (lut'S attended the joint meeting held Thursday af ternoon at the Ardmore school. A ta!k on the registration of women was uiwn hy Miss Inez Itichardson, .and a demonstration of cottace chfoso was Kiveri hy Miss Miriam 1 tea 11. The women present at the meeting v ere allowed to register at that time. The Ardmore club will hold its tir-t meeting on May 16. A liioetin of the I-idies' Aid ami Mi-sionary societies of the Hope Pi e-hyterian church was held Thurs day afternoon at the church. Mrs. Atthor A. Pahlgren gave a piano selection and 'i puper on "Liberty Ponds" was read hy Mrs. Albert l'i . A reading was given by Mrs. I. H. Hei'leman. The program for the M i.-io na ry society was in charge of Mts. Francis C. Hedgcr. May 16 is the date of the next meeting, which will he held at the church. Thirty-live couples attended the rfgular bi-monthly dancing party of the C.oodfellowship Dancing club at the Illks" temple Thursday night. The program of dances was played I y Artis orchestra. In three weeks x supper .;ml dance will be given by the members at the (Jleaner hall on tht Michigan st. rd. A wheat substitute demonstration , as iven by Miss I.olia Oglp at the meeting of the Impromptu club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mis-s- Maude Hoke. 1 4 Ashland av. Mrs. Daniel Kieh, S 1 :t Leland av.. will be hostess at the meeting to be held in two weeks which will be the last meeting of the season. Ued Cross work was done by the 10 members of the Eureka club who attended the meeting held Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Ben jamin F. I'.erer, 171I Lincoln way W.. Mishawaka. .The hostess in two weeks will bo Mrs. J. W. Shirk, filS Pennsylvania av. Mr?. C. K. Johansson. HOI S. Laurel st., was hostess to members of the Friends of the Soldiers club Thursday afternoon. Knitting occu pied the time. In two weeks the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Young, . W. Jefferson blvd. A social meeting of the Circle of Mercy was held Thursday afternoon ;.t" the home of Mrs. Michael C. Langenhahn. ftlM Portage av. There v i re 'lo members present. The place of the meeting to be held in two v ccks h.u not been determined. Mrs. Christian Coller, California av., was hostess Thursday afternoon to memhers of the Penelope club Mrs. Joseph Drain and Mrs. William Wenrick won the contest favors. Mrs. Peter Loveque will entertain the club on May 2. A wiener and marshmatlow roast was tn.ioyed by members of Mis: Cook's Sunday school class of the Fiist M. L. chure'i Thursday night at the home of William Kindig. 52 ke'.and av. There were 10 guests. Taitty members of the Kentucky club of Notre Dame university at tended the annual banquet at the diver hotel Wednesday night. SPI CI L SHOWING IWltADi: PHTIHIX To uie a chance for the thousands that were turned away f i om the 1 .a Salle theater Wednesday and Thursday ni"ht, and also shop work- rs. the I.aSalle has arranged to give another showing of the big Liberty parade pictures Saturday until t p. tii.. from '. a. m. to l j. m. with out the main LrSalle feature. Alice r.r.ub in "The Knife." but from 1 to p. in. the parade tibus will be in addition to the big IiSulb show. ii"':iy t.-n thousand people have al read -een thi-- bi picture, but Without a doubt there are that many mote that wt'd like the opportunity to ee thcm-elves and their friends in o. -t:. res. 2 -1' 0 Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD At Wheelock's See LYKNU Polish demonstrated in cur H(Leuires department. I.VKM is the furniture polish sen sdtinn of .he day. A remarkable pro duet whieb produees amazing results. I el the faetory demonstrator explain its merits. 25c, 50c. $1.00 per bottle. ER INTER REVELATIONS OF A WIFE By Adele Garrison wii v MAixiC imi-:Aii:n till: I)m;u with jack. Lleven o'clock! I looked at my watch ug;Jn to make sure that I was right. It was time for me to telephone Jack'd old apartment to see if he had yet arrived. I moved toward the telephone, then remembered that I had forgot tn the number of the Hotel Alfred, the old-fashioned Greenwich "vil lage" hostelry where Jack had es tablished 1 achelor quarters before when things began to go well with hirn in his profession. The rooms vere always kept for him. so that when he returned from any of his long trips he had at least the sera l h.nce of i home to welcome him. I stopped short as I realized that I had forgotten the number. Noth ing could have brought home to me so vividly the strength of my feeling for my husband as did this simple failure to remember a telephone m m her. I had called that number literally hundreds of times. My distant cousin. Jack P.ickctt, the only broth er 1 had ever known, was the one person besides myself that my in '. alid mother Trusted and loved most in the world. It was one of her pleasures, during her ühut-in last rear, to talk to him over the tele phone. I had called his number for her daily for months before she died. -What's tin Matter?" And tiow in one short year my mother had died and Jack had gone for a year't trip to the wilds of South America. In his absence I had met nd married Dicky. Until I re ceived Jack's letter announcing his return I had almost forgotten his t xistence, so absorbed had I been in Dicky. No wonder the telephone rumber had fled my memory. The telephone directory lay upon a stand near me. I picked it up and turned to the A's. What a bulk thing the directory was! I carried it to the table, laid it down f.nd drew op a chair that I misht hunt for the number com fortably. Put no Alfred hotel met my gaze. I ran my finger down the column. "IL IL Alfred. L. M. Alfred. Mrs. S II. Alfreds, The Alfredo apart ments,' but no hotel. I was about to ask central for the information desk, when with an ex clamation at my own stupidity I turned to the "IPs." Of course, hero it was under the heading, "Hotels." "Hotel Alfred. Stuyvesant 4698." How familiar it looked when the printed page recalled it to my gaze! I shut the book and moved toward the telephone, when its familiar ring startled me. Jack must be calling me! Hurrying bo the telephone, I took down the receiver. "Hello!" I did not know my own voice, it was so strained. No won der the man at the othervend of the wire did not recognize it. "Hello!" It was Jack's voice, the heavy bass tones, with just a pus picion of huskiness. the result of a slight throat trouble. "Is this Mad ison Square 21 68?" "Yes." "Is Miss Margaret Spencer there?" So Mrs. Stewart had kept her word! He did not yet know that I v as married! I breathed a little sigh cf thankfulness. I wanted to tell him that news myself. "This is Margaret, Jack," I said quietly. "Margaret! You! Why, what's The Housewife's roit vorn ci lsts comfort. In the t quipping of you guest room there are certain things that ought always to he remembered. Some hostesses have on hand a sup ply of tooth brushes and always see that a fresh tooth brush is put out for each guest. This is hardly nec essary, as very few guests would eome unprepared with such a nec-e-e-ity. I'Mially guests also bring iheir own tooth paste or powder. It is not necessary to supply this in the guest's bath room or wash stan i nor should the guest make use of the tooth powder he finds in ?he bathroom of his lfost. Tooth powdt r is one of the things that guests are supposed to supply for heeiselves. Fastidious persons always bring their own soap, but the hostess ought always to have soap provided mr gue-t.-. There should always be a enerors cake of bath soap of some pure sort and a small cake of toilet toa,) i n the wash basin. Some host esses buy individual toilet soap that tbev tan give each guest a little individual cake. Hut these are ex I ensive. It is considerate, however, to put out fresh cakes for each guest. If you must be economical ; on can use the cakes yourself so as not to weste what is left. A cake of soap wDsned off in scalding water is ptifcvtly sterilized. For the hath room or lavatory where casual gutsts wash their hands It is best to have cne of those liquid or powder scap devices such as one imds in public wash rooms. If you fanrot afford such a device, get powdered soap and pat it in a owdered sugar shaker with large hides nt vhe top and the guests can use tnis instead, to shake out the powdered soap. ef course a supply of fresh towels ,-heubl be on hand for each guest. ar-.J this supply should be replen ished from day to day. Many guests ' rlrg their own wash cloths but the hostess should always supply them r,t erth los. Really a moist wash c'oth is a rather troublesome ar ticle to have tovved in one's bag een wh?n it is neatly placed in a OF the matter with your voice, dear? I would hae sworn I'd known It any where, and I didn't recognize it at all. Is anything the matter?" "The Old Ilae.M The same old kindly solicitous "brother" I had known all my life. How good it seemed to near his voice again. "Nothing at all is the matter. 1 am perfectly well and everything is all right. I don't think I need to ask how you are. You sound pro okingly healthy." I heard him laugh, the deep throated merry laugh which had so ( ften cheered my mother's sick i room. "Gee. but it seems good to hear you again!" he exclaimed. "How joon can I see you?" "Why, at any time!" I answered. "I have fcaved today for you." "Good! .Shall I come for you. or will you meet me? I see you have moved. I telephoned the old place, and Mrs. Stewart gave me your new rumber. What's the matter with her, anyway? I started to ask her about you. and she cut me off as if she were angry at something." "Shall I answer your questions in the order they are asked?" I in ouired lightly, in order to gain time to think. Of one thing I am cer tain. Jack must not come to the apartment after me. It would mean Dicky's anger if he found it out. and of course I would not think of keep ing the knowledge from him. "Any way you like," Jack return ed. "jut so I see you as soon as possible.'' "Well, then, first. I wilt meet you. I'll be ready to tart In a few min utes, so we would only waste time if you came after me. Second, yes, I have moved. Third, I think Mrs. Stewart is cross because I moved away from her home. I will tell you about it when I see you." "All right, where do you want to eat. the old place?" "By all means." "Let me see, the Troxingham is just around the corner from Hro quin's. Suppose you come directly to the ladies parlor of the Troxing ham. the Thirty-eighth st. entrance, and I'll he there. How long will it take you to get there?" "I made a rapid mental calcula tion. "About half an hour." "All right. That's an awful long time to wait to see you, but I sup pose It can't be helped. Good-by." "Good-by." I hung up the re ceiver, and walked to my room. I v.as all ready save for the changing of my gown. For the restaurant I must don a smarter frock than the little street suit I had worn on my errand to Mrs. Stewart's. It did not take long t decide which dress to wear. My two even ing gowns were out of the question, and I did not wish to wear a suit. So there was but one of my trous Feau dresses left, a dark blue fig ured silk with a Persian tapestry trimming that was most effective. I put it on and fastened it, then adjusted my hat. a small black vel vet affair, and put on my coat, a three-quarter semi-dress wrap of Mack velvet. Then I selected a pair of fresh white gloves, and drew them on. I fastened them slowly. I was beginning to have an unaccountable dread of this dinner with Jack. (To be continued.) Economy Calendar UM!!: rubber lined washcloth case. There Is just as good reason in using the washcloth supplied hy the guest as the towel? The guest who stays all night always brings brushes arvi combs and all toilet articles. Guests for luncheon or dinner often wish to arrange their hair in their host ess dressing room and for them a brush and comb should be left out. A Fpec!al set should be left for this run rose one that can be washed easily and it should always be fresh ly wash eel before any party when guests are likely to use It. (Copyright, 1918.) iu :ixi: IlIiNXITTT STA It or POLITICAL l'lVY fc'tories of Washington life are al ways interesting and the drama shown at the IaSalle today, "A Soul In Trust" is more than ordinarly en tertaining. Helle Bennett, a beau tiful emotional actress of ability has the leading role, that of a woman who adopts a boy and raises him as her own son. Later his real mother appears as an adventuress envolved in a deep political plot and many dramatic situations develop. J. Harney Sherry, as a United States senator. Lillian West as the un scrupulous woman and (Jrover Franke as the son weie excellent. On Saturday morning the Liberty lean parade pictures will be repeat ed at reduced rates for the school children, and in the afternoon in addition to tht regular picture, "The Knife," with Alice Urady. Miss Ida O'Brien. 4tt Lincoln way L, has returned from Battle Creek i where she attended the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Kellner. Mrs. Kell-1 ner was the mother of John M. Kell ner, formerly of South Bend, but now with the American expedition ary forces in Franc;. All members of the Woodmen of the World Circles and their friends are requested to be present at the 25th anniversary of Fidelity Camp. No. 2S. at the High School Auditor ium Sunday afternoon at 2:30 p. m. 3541-21 ESTS WOM EM PERSONAL q Raymond Flanagan of Chicago is isiting his mother. Mrs. Mary Flanagan, 714 Forest av. Mbs Kuth Adelsperger of Notre Iarne left Thursday afternoon to accept a civil service position in Washington. Mrs. Mary Herb b3y Liver av.. has returned from Chicago, where she srent the winter with her daughter. Mr. W. C. Miller. Mis. Mary Krusniak and son John. 501 S. Arnold St., left Thurs day night for several days" visit with friends and relatives in Man istee, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Harper. W. Colfax av., have as their guest Miss Evelyn Holley of l-ouisville. Ky. Mrs. J. K. Gross of Charlotte. N. C. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross. 1320 Catalpa st. Miss Wilma Cissne, 721 Cottage Grove av., left Thursday for Wash ington. D. C. where she has accept ed a position in the war insurance department. I NEWS OF INTEREST TO POLISH CITIZENS sociaij i: i:nts. "Promien Wolnosci" war relief auxiliary for-the benefit of the Po lish army, just recently organized in St. Casimirs parish, met Thursday evening at the it. Casimir's library parlors. The meeting was called to crder by the president, Mrs. Hed v.'ige Jtiszczak. It was derided by the members to devote most of their time to knitting: socks and making hospital supplies. Five now members were admitted to the circle Thurs day. Fifty-nine members were pres ent at the meeting. The executive committer was appointed to make necessary arrangements for the en tertainment to be given in the near future for the auxiliary benefit. The committee consists of Mrs. Hedwigs Juszczak and Misses Eleonore Min cinska, M. Brzezniak. M. Grontkow ska, M. Kajzer, S. Moskwinska and I. Hudak. On April 25 the next meeting will be held. A well attended meeting of the White Eagle Aid auxiliary was held Thursday evening at the Z. Ii. Fal cons hall. The time was spent in knitting and making hospital sup plies. During the business session live new members were enrolled, al so a report of the work -turned in was made. The number of articles contributed amounted to 15 pairs bocks, 53 hospital towels, 26 hot water bags, 11 pairs hospital bed socks. The next meeting will be held Thursday, April 18. The Red Cross auxiliary Kosciusz Uo, No. S. met at the St. Hedwige'j library parlors Thursday evening. The time was devoted to Red Cross work. Next meeting will be held Ihursday, April 25th. The singing practice of St. Hed wige Choral society will be held Friday evening at S o'clock at the St. Hedwige school. The Polish military committee will hold its meeting Friday even ing at the St. Hedwige's library par lors. Miss Emma Zielmlak celebrated her 12th birthday anniversary Thursday afternoon, when she en tertained 12 friends at her home, 260 Ford st. After a number of contests which . were held, victrola selections were enjoyed. A l incheon was served late in the afternoon at a table centered with a birthday coke and lighted candles. PERSONALS. John Drepinski of St. Paul. Minn., arrived here Thursday morning to spenda few days with relatives and friends. He is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Drepinski, the former's brother, 501 S. Grant st. Mrs. Mary Wysocka of Chicago is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Zierczynska, 916 Meade st. Leon Maciejewicz. 5 31 W. Divi sion st., left Friday morning for Oary, Ind.. where he has been (ail ed by the serious illness of his father. Marion Ohertacz. member of the Lnited States army, left Thursday for Fort Adams. II. I., after spend ing 10 days' furlough with his friends. Mrs. Agnes Grajek and daughter, Emma. 1352 Lincoln way W.. have gone to Michigan City to spend two weeks. Micheal Rozan&kl, 1757 Sample st., returned from a week's visit with relatives in South Chicago. Miss Anna Zeromska. William st., who has been seriously ill with typhoid fever, is much improved. Aloisios Klein returned to his home in Detroit following a short visit with friends here. Leon Makielski, proes.-or of art at the Ann Arbor university, Ann Arloor. Mich , is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander Makielski. 702 Monson st. Mrs. Rosalia Frydrych returned to Gary following a couple of days' visit with friends here. Frank Dolcznski. .-tationed at the Great Lakes naval station, spent a few days with friends in the city. Roman Barkatel of Rolling Prairie, pent the week with his sis ter. Mrs. Victoria Liszek, S Grant st. William Tooms and son. Edward, of Chicago arrived here Thursday evening to spend the week end with relatives. Miss Eva Sjvpe ska. who hs been here en account ef the illness of her sister, Mrs. Frank Janowczyk, 2267 Orance t-t., has returned to her home at Logansport. AHHIVi:f FROM MICIIIOA.V large potatoes. We are selling 50 lb. per S9c. The O. K. Cath Gro cery. 323-27 S. Michigan st. Advt. Li V v w- V S. The Red Cross Humanity's Light !o you realize that every cent of eveiy dollar received for the Red Cross War Fund is vpent for War Relief? Membership fees pay the general administration expenses of the Red Cross. The interest which accrues from the banking of funds actually makes available for War Relief one dollar, and two cents for ve-rj dollar contributed. The relief and nursing of soldier.-, is, ef course, the most famil iar Red Cross work. But added to this activity, the Red Cross War Relief work extend to The tubercular. Invalided soldiers, k Prisoners in Germany, Do-H-iide-nt families f soldiers. Civilians and children in the war zone, Thse in reconquered French territory. Repatriated people returning to Franee. Cripples and the blind, who are taught useful occupations. This wide field work now goes on in Russia, Romania, Serbia, Italy and Armenia, as well as in Franee. RIVER PARK Mrs. Frank Kochenderfer and daughter, Mrs. William Pontz, were hostesses to Radies' Aid society of the Methodbt Episcopal churc-h Thursday afternoon at their home on S. Sixth st. Mrs. William Berten had charge of the devotional service, which preceded the business session. Reports of the various committees were given, and arrangements were made to hold the annual experience social May 6 in the parlors of the church, when the brotherhood and all the men of the church will be invited to join with them. A com mittee was appointei to arrange a musical program to be presented, and each ladj will tell in rhyme how she earned a dollar. Mrs. Charles Zent gave a pie demonstra tion. The next meeting will be held Thursday, May 2, place oi meeting will be decided later. The polling of women in River Park has been completed by the committee in charge of work and reports were to be handed in Fri day. The registration booth ill be opened at the River Park school Tuesday, April 23 and Wednesday, April 1'4. The mid-week prayer meeting of the M. K. church was featured with an unusual large attendance. Rev. Lord, the pastor, urges every one to come out to these meetings. The R. and G. club are arranging to give a card party at the home of Mrs. George Cobb. 121:, S. Eighth st., Tuesday, April 2 '.. The pro ceeds are to be added to the War Chest fund. The club was pleasantly en tertained Thursday afterntton by Mrs. William Harrison. -. Sixth st. The time of the next meeting will be decided later. Mrs. A. Lumberg was a guest. Mrs. L. Dodd. S. Seventh st.. en tertained at o'clock dinner Thurs day. Covers v.ere laid for seven. Mr; and Mrs. William Straw I. were the guests of honor. Mrs. I-aura Straub was plea.-antly surprised Thursday by e of the (Hive eirove ladies. who gathered at her home to help elebrate her birthday anniversary. A pitch-in-dinner was served at noon. The aft ernoon was spent socially. In a contest Mrs. Bernard and Mrs. X. E. Smith won the honors. Mr. and Mrs. Shipland were hot and hostess ft 7 oYlot k dinner Thursday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Oavid peeves of Michigan City. Re sides the trues- of honor (overs were laid for Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mol derrnan of Mishawaka; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompkins: and daughter. Miss Millie T.iompkins of South Rend. About U o'clock Thui.-d.ty niht. Clyde Hartman. Smith st.. was awaken-d from bis slumber by a noise that sounded like an explosion of some kintfl He looked out of the window and discovered his automo bile, which w,u standing a few fe-t from the ncaf porch, was in Karnes. Saturday is $1 Wirthmor I, Last Year the materials were purchased Last week the waists were made Tomorrow they go on sale Wirthmor $1 Waists And just because the material were purch.ieJ last year, und the Waists made up just last week, do you et the greatest combination oi style and value that were ever known in a waist. Manv of the materials that o into the making of th ese Famous Dollar Waists were purchased long ago and in such vast quantities that the prices represent savings of fully 5or or more on the present day quotations and the price of the Waists is based on the actual cost of material, not on the market value to Ja v. New $2 Welworth Waists Too! Very Pretty See the The Original "Cash and Carry" Market. WE OFFER FOR SATURDAY, CHOICE BEEF AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Best Beef Pot Roast. . . 18c Sirloin Steak 18c HIGHEST QUALITY WISCONSIN CHEESE Fancy Brick Cheese . . . 24c' Anletrican Cream Cheese 25c Fresh Beef Tenderloins- 23c Best Cuts Porterhouse 22c Fresh Brains 10c Fresh Spareribs 16cFresh Split Back Bene. .8c Pure Country Pork Sausage 20c Home Made Sauer Kraut, per quart 5c Fresh Picnic Hams 1 8c Boston Butts 23c Fresh Sliced Liver 7c Elgin Creamery Butter 44c Nut Brand Butterine . .28c B. B. Brand 30c Private Brand 28c Finest of Smoked Hams, Bacon and Picnic Hams. Tons of Frankforts, Bologna, Liver Sausage, Head Cheese, Veal Loaf, Minced Ham, Dried Beef, Boiled Hams and Pressed Ham. Italian Salami 30c Extra Dry. LARGE STOCK OF PORK, VEAL AND LAMB BUEHLER BROS. 319 S. MICHIGAN ST. 403 S. CHAPIN ST. He immediately called the nr.- rom-!r.d. I'n.I.i pany which i.-spoiobd promptly, j Willa. 1 :., t , , . . The machine was entirely d-str ed. 1 Aim t.r:sil;tt-. Mr but no other damage v a s done. J has r.-n ill f? a u M rs. E. J. KeUeruin lias ret irr.ed ! Mr -. I'r.-d I" i - t ... I from a visit with relativ - at Men-ist., bis u-oi..- t. .--.., '. !: i ! tone, lud. i w ...' n W it b !! Mrs. Charles Kea.-ey and grand- ' (daughter. Miss .K.ry Roggs. are in I St. Joseph's ho-pital. ML-have aka. : 'where thev will both submit to a n ; ,operation Eriday. Mrs. Kea.-ey will- have her tonsils remow-d. and Mi-: Rooggs will submit i.i tb removal ' of tonsiN and adenoids. ! Mrs. Harry Martin left this morn- ' iug for Indianapolis, where she was, James Vaney of J.gan.-port. Ind.. i is in River I'ark transacting 'u.i- . ; ness. M "eraldine Ketterman ill j with bron hitis. ! called by the serious i!lne.-s of her ; aunt.t Mrs. Thomas Wh:tir:g. w ho , i submitted to an opciatn at the ' . Methodist hospital in Indianapolis j Monday morning. j Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Park, s ho ' .liave been visiting friend- her. the ; past w tek, returned to Rochester. '. - Day 7 ; j i - ' v x- . 1 ) " . s. . ' - Volworll), (;,:7 DiOtiSO - Suits Coats Dresses Rib or Brisket Boiling Beef 14c Country Rolls 28c Lincoln Brand ....!. .24c Summer Sausage 28c V i , - i t : r -. jr.- f..r !:..- 1.: sije W.,ru i.. - b 1 ri i; r sd.i :. M ; Hu-h. '!. -t .. ; l.ie it Ib.- i: i: .:. !. s.-feh ov -t .-.-.i- .! r-u .- -Aj..je in f : . t. Mr-. Ida Will; :. - ,:. i Mrs. Ib;ck. v. ho hi.- i,-d i:.--nd -- er.i I w -t : - : rr,ov to tb- .,; 1 .:. - S' S : 1 V : V V ! ' Wad.-, w ho hav i . t Wilba:..-' ro;. ify :.: th T;; l--i ! '.r. -t Eighth R. W;IMatt.-. ' . ." .-;, h l.o-pjta!. Mi-r. w.. P. in . p t ed V: .d,;v . Ml-s i,,-jr., H :'. ! i : r -. . . t . : -:t Eii- d y f..- W.is.hir.gt..: 1 be will take a position VVSXV S BOOTS.