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HE INTERESTS OF WOMEN p S Many Clubs Plan Americanization For LU Clubs Circles SOCIETY Suffrage Philanthrophy I IIlV L DOGS Work Next Yeai c ?est THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES SEEKS rt E A color motif of junk and whit affected through th i. of spring !oeih. Mill he employed t the- 4 u'dook tea to he ghen this fter-, r.oon h Mrs. Ijt-hl .Martin and Mi.-s Kther Hoke, vi 4 AshUnd ;tv.. foi Miss Pear! Rupel and Mi Mildred j Leiter who.'f wedding will tak- ln.ue this month. There ill . 2f i giiejd. a Mi.- Sarah Witwer anl ! Mis Kvelyn ruinier will pr' at , tl.e tea table. j The I t of the pre-nuptial af- fairs for Jlisi Itupei will he a din- nr it the 0vin'rj duh Monday j right for in'rnh'-ry r.f th hridal j party at which Mis Kein I "u I m r f will be ho.sten. Mi Kur-I will h- j married Tueeday afternoon at I -o clock. Mi5 Gladys Hae. rhiught-r f Mr. ! and Mn. John line and William 1.. ; Heville of Chicago er m-irrud Friday night at th home of i;ev. , John Honey. 101 portage a v.. who! performed the ceremnnj. Mr. and ; Mr Heville will In Clinton, la. make their home ' I The regular meeting of the Worn- i Jin's .society of th" First Maptist j church was held Friday afternoon j at th home of Mr J. A. Kori, :o5 W. Navarrtj st. Fteport.- of th standing conimltte-! were Km followed by the program which was J in charge of Mrs. Ndlie White, a.s- j Mted by Mrs. I?. N. Kmv. Th .subjed. "In Mountains and Mills.'"! "The Path of Ivibor." Th- next!t,0,, ,, rh ,lt r,M- l'hot.-Kraphcd in"tinfr will held at th horn of Mrs. C. A. TaxhT, .'I'M S. Mich igan t.. on Junp I'm and will b- a social ufternoon. Mrs. F. F. Jain. "4S Piamond a v.. was hostfs;-, Friday afternoon to members of the Friday Friendship Hub The time was spent .-orially arid with needlework. An all-flay meriln? will be held Ht the home of Mrs. Walter Plumbrk. I.ydick. on June .7 7. Mothfrrs and dauuhters da was observed at the meeting of the Wom an's Missionary society of the First i i resnj lerian enuren, - riday alfer - ......... v .... m noon. hollowing the OUslnebS meet- ir,,' v. a .... r....untn.i Hi-. uir waunvin 'irw,iii'i 41 uw.i- Mmary drama under the supervision of Miss Gertrude Drown. It was decided to send gifts to the mission ary in northern China to b distrih- uted amonk' the girls The host. Mrs. s j wvie Mrs. W Hale Jackson, Aelt. Mrs. W. A. Bu'cc. Mrs. W. Mrs. H. C Wtster- nUht at s o'clock in the Mttle Theu - M. Weld and Missitl'r il1 tn" s''hol. Mrs. Charles Florence Weld. The next met ting ! will hie in the nature of a pieni July 11. at the home of Mrs. J. YeaIey. S'2h Park av. Mrs. J. W. Smith. 7'M N. 'u.hin st., was hostess at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary society of the Westminster Presl terian hurh Friday afternoon. Two in teresting papers were read by Mrs. It. S. Thompson and Mrs. Herman Hrrrod. and letters wore read from M r ! jiuru llll7. f T"Vi - rl iaulnn rv i in Africa, formerly a mrmber of, this church. The Philathea elasx 1 will entertain July 4 at the h o ni e of Mr. Charles C. lle.uer. 711 Har- I i iM'ti a . There were 1 : members present at the meeting of th Worth While circle of the First Methodist Kpis- eopal church held Friday afternoon j at the home r f Mrs. Norman Isleu b r. 1111 Rhtrside dr. The assist ing hostesses wer Mrs F. A. Ham mond. Mrs. .Tamos MacDermot; and Mrs. W. G. Wegner. The afternoon was spent sewing for Kpwi rth hos pital Plans were made for the an nual picnic to be held in August. MKs Treva Ham. daughter of Mr. jind Mrs. Forest K. Ham. and Frank T Wolf of Mishawaka were united in marriage Thursday nuht at 'lock at the pa ronaee of tlo- Fmted Hrrthi en church. Rey. !. j i:. Young performed the ceremony ! The couple w.ts attended bv the i . , . . hndes parents. Mr. ati'i .Mrs. Wolf will nuk their j liome at '." S. Fellow st. i - j The I,i.1leV Abi iO'MeU i t he i Trinity Pr .-) tet ia n huri h enter tained th- niciiil"!.- of the newly or ganized choir in thf bament of th,- church I-riday e esng. A mu sical procri-m was gien ar.d a licrht luncheon ser ed. PLAN NEW STANDS IN SOUTH BEND PARKS Hecausp rf a remonstanee the Michigan (Vntral railway, action on the sidewalk and street impioe-j ment of Nile av.. wa- drf.rrefl the Park board while m s. sion Fn-; day night, for two weeks Plana for a com for: station .ma a privilege stand at L.eeo r park were submitted by Architect Austin. Pids will be asktd immcdiitelx for the i:se of the privilege stand d.ur ing the con'ir.f; sason. Plans were submitted for approval by Architect lirnest Young for a comfort st.i'i'Mi :n Howard park. No action v,n tak- en. HAYMAKERS' ASSOCIATION ELECT NEW OFFICERS Albert Perhck was ..--, chief Ha maker fit the meeting of the Haymakers' association d lied Men Wigwam at a nu-etii g heid at Ked Men hall Friia nieht. 'thr ofheers chosen wer Walter Pill. r.ief H,-im.ir; Cinrlc? Mulliop. :i -!.! ant chief Hrtm,i"r. Hon ei.iX Top,, fivt r-el', al.d FdvN ald Weber, trust e . hfgree of r'ocah. r.tc. - 'a:!' at Tie! M'-i: hail Swif,di at 1 . ' 'I f atter.'l Merrjui:;! services at the Trin ity Prbrj-jin church. TLj-7 PRESIDES AT MEETING t t t Art? i -.4 p-5 in tl Mrs. (Iciiif Papp. woman's na - in : 'hi( i ec r. ' lv w bib attending a 1 ""intiHn ot" I lie national woman' : democ ratie r ommittee. Mrs. Papp ; 1-! the tirst woman to he credited ; 1 with the honorary distinc tion of ad - tdreinsr a national meeting. Announcements Plans are heini made bv the Au ten W. It. ('. No. II for the annual; picnie to e held on June j I at I Sprim;brook iaik. The afternoon j w ill be spent soeially and a picnic supper will he served at H o'clock. All members of the P.usiness! , """ in-: cm who im u ai-i i...t 1. ... v . ii . . I 1 v,'.. II 1.1. TL. .1- A . " loe ok ,in n ie m-ni .11 l oua- iw.itoinie iiiirk nn nevt Toesd.iv ni"lir r- f h 1 .....)n)r nW aiSO injll Sil! I must signify their intention of doins j f,,rp.,.t it .n1 that lf " at the Y. W. C. A. by Monday clanc,. Fhe would i n cht Six director: Of the Woman'S i -rani hise leacue will be elected at ; in meeTin: or the league Monday..,,, n. om. capable of anv crcai Arthur 'a r! isle, president. will pre- delegates Side, .. .1 lid reports of the (;.:" attefried the i..th district con-1 ention of ;he federation of clubs at; Ko. hester reecntly will be held. A j large aitejuiance is desired. ! tion -he mi'ht mpkc concerning our Memlo-rs of the Young Woman's ' moving prohh-ni. Years at tlic head Home Mi-Nonary society of the Fir.-t i of an institution had j,'ien ner an M. ehureh w ill meet at the home ingenuity in dealing with doncstlc of Mrs. l-'red Keller. Hoy Portage av., j looblcins which. I could not but ad at .":4.". o'clock Monday night foi-j miro. While Dicky had thoughtfully a picnic supper. Mit. Keller will beltarien both his moiher and her ussided by Miss Carrie Woodward, j cousin out of lr.y way, 1y (.ntcrtain- M I S F. W. Ii:nkle and Mis. Arthur Jones. Flection of officers w ill ta ke ' rIU'' at that time. HUMANE SOCIETY TO AWARD ESSAY PRIZES FRIDAY NIGHT, JUNE 13 j The annual award of prizes in the! es-say contest conducted each year ! by the humane society among the, schoo children of the city will take ! place on Friday evening. June D'., in the auditorium of the junior high I tchool on YV. Colfax av. This prize essay contest has been j participated jn by the public schools 1 for the past D years, during which,' time many thousand essays have i been written. This year Koo were ; contributed. In the Franklin school the evas were made a part of the school study and each pupil in the building took part in the contest. ' This is a request. Please write Thor prizes together with dijdo-!an article on Greenwich Village mas. will be awarded followint: the .... , .... , , - . . L I which does not deal with tree In- decision of the three judges The' ---hools attended by the winners wiH be presented with a framed picture.! The program on that evening will i oi)M.-t of the reading f th.. prixe and jpocial t.-su by the winners m 'a u 1 1 nil mli.'rs. VISITING PASTOR SUNDAY AT SWEDISH MISSION P.ev P A Strom of Mankato, Minn., will d both merninu ,,t the First liver the sermons at and evening services Swedish F.angelical i.-; on church. Main nd Monroe . Sunday- The choir has prepared special muK.i! pioi.tn for the iive"e'-r i.f1i'e Tlin eh-trr-Vi i- ii-itK.I .-..t.. 1.1' vii .till i-. 'I I II" out a regular pastor at present hut the pu'.pit is he ins; Mlled from the outside. PLAN MORE LIBERAL INSURANCE RULINGS WASllINCToN, June 7. More ill er l ptoiior are being worked o.t li t ! icir.-iu of war iiK iiisu arae fr iiul'.sion in term policies t:en o :t by pueu in The rnihtary er k -s us . n inducement to theni to retain tl.eir insurant e after re-. turning to civil life. The te; tn policies :n.i" V'.- i on t.nued for riv-- e..rs after d;charg from s i v u aid at any tin'.- during th t period m ly bv coiiwrted into iud:n..:- .it'e, endowment or twen'o e r policies, premium on w;!I be i'on;d rablv h'.cht'r. hich Prii-! b of faying premiums it postof. Call-. I meetir.g c ! j t er No. '. . V. ;;..,, .- i ..c!'1 e.-m --r r and their Mrs "'ara Weaver. Ccia Barton. S'". r sou th S. Sunday .ellO aft- .Memorial fn nds invited i i W. M.. Mr .;:-: Aiv Adele Garrison 's Neu Revelations of a Wife 44 Their Second flf)V "TIIK I AMII.V KTTLKIj rII. MOM.Vfi I' il f il j "If I mich. entire to mak- a 1 Kr'-rii," i.".Mp. Cousin Attila. :u .M. mo;ht r-iii-ia . . Dick.v and I ' loorid til her. 1kk '.i..ily, his rnotiitr with irritation. Wiule for ; ?orr.e reason or other I a. id a hope- . lul f-.'hri4 th.a ptth.tps th-e rui-rts-ton of which fc.i' hpvko noiit iivlp 'to -c-lve t!i ;iiov;n? problem that ' control. ifd us. cr rather conlronied ir for Ii'-kv with a shru f hi . i'.o nd-is P.; d cii.-l all th.- nurden of Ii 4.-iv'e, vii;ntly suirerr.ly inlif , fM'-nl as to the u;timato otarer of it f-o l.,n-' a he didn't have to hhoul j ler it. i I luartitv li'.tkcd fouin Agatha, and ih-j fet'.iriir hadu'l 'n et- d ny tin- crushed mart: r-like air mi' li:ul worn cv-r since Lhe da of '.t unxpertd ariial. whn .r ' en; I trea'.cieiiL Kati- had ,! Kered me !o the point of a .-kin, h.jr ; i - th. lu u-e. 1 h;id almoji. 111) :iit o la f rlv ie!nteil ni li r.hn.-s ' because she was old and penniless, and had ent cid to hej to con sider the inter, iew as not having oc - urr My mother-m-law ui e- pe. te.ily taking my part, iiad for- bidder me. to make an other aprl- oi . ayuiK that her cousin would litij (,s- upon it 1 old. ni. forever afterward W- had met in the m.up- of ih.-.t ! memorable day as if nothing' uit- : towaid had i.veurred. but trom ihat ; moment on. Cousin A-iathu exapk'er- I !ai'-d her martyr-Uke jose w hen she i ! was in ms nreence. She annea red i She apjiej red j i to maid almost to draw n r 1 ureatn. but 1 caught her Jiequenly watt hn me from behind lur dis- it-reetlv lowered lid, and I had n.uch ithc feeling 1 lniakino a, pluiiip mouse i mik'ht nave in the piesence of a par 'tinuarly crafty and skillful Taboy. ! Cousin Agatha ,,Sui;irosts.'' I knew Cousin Agatha had not forttrotten the affront I had put upon her, knew also that s. ne-r would le tver had dclie-ht in piayinjr some catty little trick upon -n.. I ni.'t fi-ilrl o.r W.. in v. ic.,stt sho not a dhnreious uoin- t ' ' . X 14 i 1 V 7 I it 1 mil UtV itXlJ. iivt ht. vs1v. lmlc, and mean. 1 aMfl Mrdid. and 1 wished, oh. so car- Usily. that f!i time of her sojourn us could be shortened. That dil not pr--nt me. however. from holding noselfln readiness toJ listen w Ith respect to any ugges- ing thoni in the city for much of tha time sir.ee their arrival, et they had been present when KMic and I were stru-glinr with the problem. of pack ing up, and at the same time pre serving the scmblmce of domestic ord r in the ho vise we were leaving. And Cousin Agatha's apologetically topped s estions had more than Dear Winifred Black: ions You do know, don't you. that there are people living there and ' who have lived there for many many ears. long l-efore "Free Un ionists" ever heard of the place and 1 before the Greenwich Villagers ever heard of "Free Fnions." and w ho do hold to the old-fashioned ideas of duty, honor, self-respect and nat- i viral luve, and who wiil continue to ; do st '.' i Why not write about that type, for I assure you they are a much appalled, disina.wd. and even more so. than tho-e who have heard ; Greenwich Village j-poken of as only a uoaint. dark, crumbling and lm j moral neich horhood. Such an article would surely be appreciated hy the large number oT P ojde living in the village who aren't "nuts." Very truly yours. pi-:; M. W. Fhie! Alas! Ah t ie' Heres a siKh frcm Greenwich Village! Now. then, all ye f.ithful ho dwell o.tside New York, you're won- deriug what on eaith Greenwich Village is. aren't ou? You ltrinemher aguely that you'e heard of it. Is it a kind of Spotless Town ;n an ad. or was there a pia written about it. or well. I'll put ou out of our misery. Greenwich Village is a litt'.4 strip t u'-aint o!d New York. It's full of atmosphere. but not very full of air. nie n . No. oi wo been there and Io you see what 1 ibin t had oom unless you'd rented a ere.tt ind called it a 1 big bun of a ktudio. and hared wha little hiht I . o u r ot with the rats and the Mack ' beetles and th-.1 artists in th ovt Honeymoon onr hd;.?ci Us? out trcume.lously. "If yu-ie anvthi-oi: to say. Agatha, sane. ay it. my inoiltt-i -m-law dcmar.detl nasc:bl. Hue erthin? is pHCkC'l up to j- t-inrurow, the moms have d..vappointd us. Klchard and Mar ;..irt are about a much uc as thohe v;.Les in th woo. that ;ot coerel Mth l"-aes, r.nd then you ask If oui 'micnt venture to make a "KKts ! t ion.' " Sh threw herself back in her i haii, and bei;an to rock violently) to ir.d fro. while Tick- a me a strrepruious, sympathetic wink at his mother't, reference to us. i t "Why, J thgncht perhaps that man of your? could fct a -isn't his name Jim ? i horse .-onv Ahcre and j :r.ov- th thir.K: It TISCH. Tint's The rirst sensible thin;; I' heard said here this week. my :ot Ivr-ir-Iaw exclained. "But he can't lift ome of :n things alone, He'll have to hae someone to help him. Wlvnt's th m;ittrr with Villian; 1 1 I Id 1 1 I j Trumbull and his push lart .n-iuired lazily, with a mischievous planer? at ine. I flushed, for 1'icky often teased me about poor old William Trum 3 ii 1 1, an almost half-witted illao character, who had constituted him-1 self Si protekc of .nine eur since I nad t-nto hired htiv to do ome hired hiiv anirik up of th? maiden and lawn before Jim. Katie's husband, became ir man cf hi! voi k Thi- queer old chap whoirt Dicky truthfully chai act ri.c d as "hainS impediments In his speech. eycbUht. i hearing, gait ana brain, others isd being a grcd deal of a man, naa one burning ambition, to be some I wjnjow every night from seven till family's man of all work. He had j miltnjghti to watch the Villagers go . bh ntly picked nit out as a futuro . jnp forth to Raml)0, pn tho p-.-een. employer, for he frequently appeared i . wftnHr who nn e.rth started at the kitchen door with an cnor mous ui-h eart, hi.', sole worldly , , . . n.' it tnt'i-e u::sn I . . . ui . Miinitnm' 'Mis' Granne his vor- ..... i ... a,. post-cs -ion. SlOn Ol Ul IiU.IU w .llllt'U Hint iu uu ProiIictic' Winds. Katie was mortally afraid of him. and I think Mother Graham se cretly consider d hiiv. a rather dan- rcrous chaiacttr, although her pride ouldn't let her admit that she was w afraid of anyone. Put Dicky and I knew him for the harmless moron he was, treated him kindly, and the unfortunate creature seemed moat gratet" ul. -Well, William's as strong as a horse," my mother-in-law s-aid prac tically, "and jou'd better send for him and get him statted with Jim on these things, for mark my word, that old landlord of sours isn't Urennan his name? will make things mighty unpleasant for you if you're not out of he're right on time tomorrow." Her woids seemed prophetic, for they had hardly left her lips when Katy appeared at the door. "Dot Mecster hjrennaii, he say he want to see you. Me-stcr Graham." sho saiJ, and 1 knew by the dls uted look on her face that " Mas ter Urennan" was in his customary state of Inebriation. Greenwich Village By Winifred Black studio, who never would take in their milk bottles in time to keep the milk from turning sour. AVliut It's Like. Greenwich Village is full of rick ety old houses und etumbly old steps, and smelly old drainage, and leaky old gas JeU. spotty old bath tubs there are more smells to an inch in Greenwich Villah than there are anywhere in America out side of certain quarter! in New Or leans and a certain wind-swept hill In San Francisco. Greenwich Village is also the one really interesting place to lie in Xew York. It is the one place where you can live and be yourself. It's! the only place where you can know I your neighbors, and speak to the j postman and say "good morning" to the grocery boy without losing t cast. It is the New Yorkiest place i in the world, and less like New! York than any other Inhabited spot on the face of the globe. Vou can be as rich as Croesas land live in Greenwich illajre. or you can be as poor as a church mouse and exist there. You can wear anything from Russian sables to a home-made At Wheelock's Gifts for the June Bride The sift seeker will see a very Ure dis play of distinctive and charming articles which are strongly recommended tor ved ding gifts. A visit to our store will give you many helpful suggestions. Y George H. Wheelock& Company !ilu-k to art raaterlal that looks like la In-d quilt, and be perfectly in the ! mod1 anywhere within six blocks of 1 the Washington arch. I Greenwich Viliape always seem j 1 to me the only really sant- place on 1 1 Manhattan island, and it is full of 1 mor- cranks and more faJdist and , nioro oosours and more extremists th;.n you could find in hu miles of any other part of any other ioun- t i-a- in the world If you belong to what Fay Kins: j calls "The Smock Set." you live in . Greenwich N'illape as naturally as a ; moa lie in a cheese if there's ( a cheese handy. j If you want to run away with j somebody else's husband and Kay j , nothinz about it, you may step over to noston for jour honeymoon. I In the illaaiv' I But if you want to zel out an ex- I tra about the aflair. you ko aown ' to Greenwich Village, hire a studio apartment and frive a breakfast at ö o'clock in the morning to which. i vou invite the policeman on the v,eat the rji:,,icker frorn the square, lM your nrst husband's relatives. f L ör-'e (lll.nrfofi Villa. band. th man who deserted your sister and her thre helpless chil dren, an Anglican clergyman, some writers of free verse, a painter or two. your maiden aunt an 1 the lead er of the last most scandalous sur- ' I J . . . . 4 .. rt f . . . . , , . . . V. -1 w- in tow n ana you couian t no n ana make a success of it anywhere on this foot-stool except in Greenwich Villape. If vou're one of a clever young couple and you want to paint or write, or act or make statues, or weave tapestry you gravitate to Greenwich Village as naturally as a moth gravitate to a flame. And when you get there you can live quite as simply and quite as decently, and quite as sanely and quite as normally as you can live anvwhere else on earth, and you (.;in hive the fun of running to the the fashion for elderly ladies to bob lhi.li- Viil r n r? lp'irn tr iln ."tpni. - lie... ....v. . . ... . . - " - - ..... 1 peramental dances. ( 1 ! l ree unions? es. they do flour ish in Greenwich Village, but so. thank hevaen. do love and honor, and duty and simple faith and kind ly human nature. Come on. let's all go down to the 'Village and be really natural for a few minutes. District Meet of Franchise League at Elkhart Today The Thirteenth district convention of the Franchise league will be held at the Christiana Country club, Elk hart, today. Mrs. J. C. Boss, the district chainuan, is expecting a large attendance and has invited Miss Helen l$?nbridge, state presi dent, to address the women. Increased Franchise league activ ity throughout vhe slate is indicated In the league note? just issued from the Terre Haute othce. The passage of the Susan P. Anthony amendment was the signal for celebrations in most cities and towns where a league exists. Terre Haute and Marion held vic tory parades on Thursday night while Brazil and Peru will hold sim ilar celebrations tonight The date of the more elaborate Indianapolis celebration has not been announced The Indianapolis league will have a pageant, suitable to the suffrage vic tory, at that time. The league notes contain reports of meetings at Valparaiso, Boonville. Madison, Portland. 0sood and Lafayette showing the increased ac- tivity of the league in those place. Mrs. O. A. Krog of Terre Haute wns appointed executive secretary of the leacue for Indiana at the hoard of directors meeting at he Claypool hotel. Indianapolis, on June ?,. The aim now; of the Indiana league, as well as of leagues all over the Cnited States. i. to secure th" i ratification of the federal amend- mnt. WASHINGTON. June 7. Herman L Kirkpatrick. of 1024 K. Donald sl .,nf Kenneth J. Alward. R 1 1 Cushing st.. South Itend. wre ap- pointed clerks in the railway mail erice Friday. rr. and Mr.. B. I. Coon. C2Z N. Main st.. and Mis Flla Kieman will go to Chicago Sunday to attend the Galli-Curci concert at the Auditor ium. Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads At Wlieelock's Capt. G. H. Lewis is "Scar let Submarine" Arrives in South Bend. Driving trie "Scarlet Submarine." Capt. S H. Iewls arrived in South Uend Friday night for a two days' recruiting drive of the Marine corps Sunday afternoon Capt. Dew is will lecture at the Oliver theater on ' The Devil Dogs' of 'hateau Thierry." In formation bureaus will be installed in both the Oliver hotel and theater for those who are interested in en listing in the Marine corps. As a special inducement to get men to sign up. a six month's enlistment is being ofr'ered them with service in France. This proposition is open to men whe were in service but did not get overseas duty. When th car arrived last night it attracted ouite a crowd from its oild shape. It is of cylindrical con struction and tapers to a sharp point at each end. It was presented to Capt. L-nvis by John N. Wilhs of the Overland Co. Another fea ture of the ar is the Colt machine gun mounted on thf bark. This Colt was in rr consignment sent the French government in 1!14 and it is said to have Killed C.oi'o Germans. DE A THS Mits. may itinn AKsromu:. Mrs. May Riddarsporre. "0 years old. 1037 Da Salle ct.. died Saturday morning at ":2o o'clock at Kpworth hospital, following: a short illness. She is survived by her husband, 'ic tor Kiddar; p"rre. FUNERALS JOHN HF.M.MKD. Funeral services for John Hum mel. 77 years old, who died Thurs day mornirg. will be conducted at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's Dutheran church with liev. A. F. Schlifke officiating. Burial in Uremen cemetery". Advertisers can sell for less profit from volume. 39c Wash Ties 3 for $1.00 30cand35cWash Ties 25c each Men's I 31.00 Golfl $J&1f Balls - 6 S c m These well wearing shirts areof the white satin stripes, combined with colored stripes in excellent patterns. The workmanship is of high standard and they are tailored to fit correctly. Very unusual values at the price quoted. Soft Shirts with collar attached Today $1.39 formerly $1.50 The patterns of these shirts rival the prettiest designs o f hi8her priced shirts. 85c Men's Athletic Union Suits 69c Men! Take advantage of this Underwear Special and lay in a supply for the coming months. Just received, on Sale at 75c. Thoe women' ciuh of South Bend whi h pianncd an Arn inani mation program for their n yr s oik will find thems'-lvej in line with the work outlined by the g n- ' eral federation of woman s clubs of America which held lt." mid-biennia 1 council at Aj?hevilb N. C. May 21- ?.). The recommendations a submit ted by Mrs. John D. Sherman of, CL.cngo. chairman of the M depart-' aunt of work of federation, and cn uoised by the council embra e ery possiho phase of Amen a n:...i - I tb-n work. Some ii f the more impo.tant sus ions of Mrs. Sherman include: T'.' 1 oMir.g of America "bra tion con f. -viices iin.ting all worn" .rcn-. i.'.rr.s in ine omnvi:' o sv nd representatives, and including The leading women of each racial group to advise on the nee. Is and methods of reachinn foreign born women in the homes. Community gatherings of foreign and American born, at which the foreign born shall show the cifts of their nations in music, art. food, in dustries etc. and the deMnite con tribution these pifts can make to American lie. The opening of public school buildings for day and night schools, for training new citizens and fur thering classes in industrial plants; the establishment of bureaus f in formation on naturalization in con nection with the pubic schoos. and the use of public libraries and schools as community centers. The council also endorsed nation al thrift, urged the establishment of a universal civil service throughout the states, and asked congress to grant rank for nurses in the Fniud States. SPECIAL MEETING FOR SOLDIERS at FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH s. Main St.. Next to I.ibrar SUNDAY, JUNE 8TH 10:40 A. M. Address "What Citizenship Moans Now." , I Mi wkmmrM IMPORTANT SALE Madras $H).15 Regularly L2 a fresh shipment of beautiful Ties Now UTHG BfltGHTBSr SPOT IN Bargains Always THE TAR STORE South Bend's newest store, is setting the pace in low nriee makine; on depend able meivhandie. CORNER WAYNE AND MICHIGAN STS. Sip 3nmC3 jf0p rti Eyoo Examined by H. LE1VJ0NTREE Mfenufacturlag Optlrtaa. ZUV4 MfTU MICIIIOO ST. 8 UNION SHOE CO. I 233 S. Mchicwi SL p 1 V OF hirts 1 TOWf" - J