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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WOMEN STORE HOURS 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Saturdays to 9:30 P. M. STORM IOLRS A. M. to t P. M. Saturdays to 9:30 F. M. Clubs Circles SOCIETY Suffrage Philanthrophy THE SOUTH BfIND NEWS-TIMES r? I f - 2f- nd Mr Jiim'i K. rhe k. Harry, jr.. 917 Ilivenddf dr.. left1 Krida y evninsc for l'etoxkey, Mirh . whT- they will pend a three v ek' vacation. .Mim .Minnie Hichman, 311 Na- 112. !rr st . and Mis Helm Kerr. !M whi.-h to-.k x! io at j .V. Alien st., h;i pon? asit on two weeks' vacation. -Xhev will at- U'oo'1v.irr1 av the horr," of tho bride's p rents Lni.iy at 1 o'clock. I'r. S. A. Stewart of I-iporte officiated. The br'.le wore i tr . v lin flit of midnight Muf wl'h hat to corres pond . Her I!owt.x were . r t s.i of Tvn t j .i k and ro Miss Klvie ?.Iveri was bri'le-maii. nn l wr a frocfc of rkin hlne or-tti- with a p! t ;rf hat to ina'.rh. Her flowers if i(. pink .wert jK-a.s. The rn'Jin f. n -5 attended hy Carlton It. Baker. A wllinr dinner wis sfrvp.l to the lrfirnedi.it1 f.i m i 1 1 s. f o I i w I n th" i'fTr'i'iny. Aft r ;i short w -Mint: t-lr. Mr. and Mr?. N-h"( k will he home at 1 IM Lincoln way W. Revelations of a Wife Their Second Honeymoon iBV ADÜLE GARRISON DE A THS from Detroit to Buffalo by boat, and up the Hudson to New York city. Dr. an-1 Mi. A. .I HomacII, TJä It' sx..' h ivc receiver! word that their um, Howard IJoswell of I'nited States navy, has arrived in what it ii'i:M.i u iii: coimn oatii .iii:.ki:i on the scexe. i Kr nnirn. you ur;nK u;s vun . th ! You vant Kr, t oon. linc' vun tanco. .. ! New York ( nt to t h i ta tion I week, i lattb city and experts to he (Irrat Iikes training sometime during the next Miss Fern VanDerbeck of ! Nih s. Mich., is spending a few days ' with her crandparent. Mr. and ! Mrs. John Hively. S20 W. Oak st- (hand w;ik ronuumtiiclv kichU and man than his. William r.tied liimself how and took tip cotiee. with much grati.'u ation IOUlS II. TIIOHNTON. The lody of Iouis H. Thornton, formerly of thi.i city, was brought to South Bend. Friday. Death occurred in Flint. Mich.. Auir. 21. of typhoid fever. He is survived hy his wife and sister. Mrs. William Judd. both of Flint, and a brother. Charles, of Elkhart .'Funeral will be at the puiu tj..ns at leaving her kinswoman j home of a relative. Mrs. Elliott. 114 nlorie had not prevented her ffomjN. Carlisle st.. at 4 i. m.. Saturday. "She can j The Ilev. Jordan, of the Lowell In fact. Heights Methodist church will otaci- atrcd head cont-m ptuouly. "why. I - "I don't need Katie at all." I re turned quietly, with a raustic- mental cnrnriM-nt oi the fact th.it her com- and her smile as .he ji offered the l of coffee to William would havei rnakintr a trip to the ham. heartened a man in worse olitht: i !,:o k with vnu at unce. . . . . . she has only heen out here a minute; ate. coffee Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly. 629 Mr 'it Schock was the guest of hon- on ills f I - i cr two. She brought a cup or I noticed j to William." that his Cousin Agatha waited perceptibly. j I knew that the was wild with mali- ! Harrison av.. received word Satur- i day morning oi tne airivaj jn .ew vM. r.e.-triv himvolf n.-.iri verv iu.ri!v , 1.. i . o r( "lr ii n n er ri-i rt - V r . . i , . . . t-i' . i . o u 10.4. , J , l oi v or ineir son. ergi. i ranw i! iv Tifght Klven rv MNs KlIe ! j(.jjy M yers. 200r, S. Miami st . and Miss j Ir. and Mrs. 1 Iii.-! . Sfph-n; of Elkhart. intj.iami Ihn W t'(!;'HVfi(1il room Of the OIlV'T hotel An attractive centerpiece of ' cardn llowers formed the table dec- rrations. Covers were laid for six. I Miss Margaret Jeffries Khool class of the First (hureh. crave a fareve'.l Mi.s Dorothy Clark, .10 Sunday I '.apt 1st J for H. Woolman. 614 av.. and daughter. Mary. ha- -One to Muskegon. Mich., to visit their son. Charles Woolman. Lieut. Leo . Scheibelhut, son of Mr. and Mr. John Scheibelhut, .1 L' -X. Hill st.. has returned from over seas after ise serving 17 months with : the boo the Third division in France andi(.,n 5V him ' 1 ! f'.ormiMiv ,'inil is itwnilinL' : few d.ivs . . . . ' - ' " - . 1 -1 W - that hiM pallor had been replaced ly cirms curiosity as to tho manner In ft faint color. I judged that h" would: which William had received his but that she wouldn't put a "Thank ye. Katie," he .-aid grate-, tUrect question to me. until she was fully, lying back again v.h ;i he had. s ire I meant to volunteer no infor drained the cuo. "That tasted aw- j tnation. ful good." j Uut. as sh alwa-s managed to do. "Taste like more, Viiluni".'"' Katie j she had brought on one of my per risked t asinly. bat I interposed, j verse moods. Unmindful of the po "IV 1 1 Ilcr ' i sib! indiscretion In arousing her "After a while. Katie," I decided, j anr, I turned to William a?aln, as 'I think he will be- able to come into' if the conversation were finished. i tic st., Friday night MiH Clark j having for Wolcott ville. Ind.. wher fhe will attend high school. Twenty members were in attend ance. The evening w.is spent with . rirties and contests. Hef reshments Were served. Mr II. Xorbl.id. 115 W. Tiowman t.. enterta'.netl with a in is' e'llane r i s Miower I'riday niht in honor of Miss Tillie Norh'.ad whote marriage with his parents. I .HI. 1 I I I 1 .IIS. I i I I I 1 ' l .Ml U'DUllIU, ! 1 h 1 -j Lincoln way V., and Mr. and j Mrs. Charles Hestle, lrtage rd., land Mrs. Cloyd I'.estle and son. t'harle. Lincoln way N .. turned from a two weeks' outing at 0 Indian lake. ) Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Anderson and : family, l'b' K. Hroadway. have re- jurned from a week's motor trip i through Michigan which included ! after a while. Then you up a nice light supper. "What Is the matter with Wil liam'.'" she asked in honeyed accents to ( harlcs rtadican will take place j . j t. 17. Th out of town uiiests ( v.re Mrs. William Long of Fasti Mo'iie. HJ.. Miss Lillian Lidecker ! i f I)-i-f.ntnrf In :ind Airs f:iriini' K"ne f Chicago. Mrs. Charles Van, thikt, (".'. Har rison av.. wis h.?tess to the Triple I our club at a thimble Wedne sday t f t ernoon. Creek, Kalamazoo Nellie Mr-? IT. S. Crab- and MK 'riig. li::o Iincoln way W.. enter-J-st-. has taim-d with a o'( lock dinner at thoil'aV :ier hotel Thursday ni'ht rompli-! Mis- meriting Miss Frances Craig, whos. ir.g st., marriage to Scott Shook of HilNboro. j with friends in Tev . will take pl.u e svpt. IS. Hand I Mi-" Martha i ir-.t d plav o canls Ypsilanti. Uattle and Detroit. Dr. und Mrs. I, C. Traver and son, Kohert. 101 ö Leland av.. have to ( linton, la., where they will I be the guests of Dr. Traver's brother, J-:. F. Trav. r. Mr. ami Mrs. R. II. Catlil and. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Cover.' 4 .". X. Allen st.. are motoring to Chicago and Milwaukee. They will return Tuesday. Miss I'.lanche Hill. 1109 Lawrence gone to Chicago for Labor l ou would better go back to the;i moment later. house now. Mother (iraham or heri "He was out with his doff in the cousin may need you." j woods," I returned, "and a dend tree "I tink I hear dot cou sin-wo- j fell not exactly on him, else, he mans movin round ooptairs ven Ii wouldn't be here, but the. branches coom bring coffee." Katie returned! lacerated his scaln rather hadlv. ha0 re I II tHirphoHillf A ff iir nilK.h Irnnii. I I ,11.. . . . . V, U n ......... v ....... . . i . i v i I'l'iiu m iiu- lies veeniiK (iiui ii nt'iici, iniHt-icii "us effort I had broken Katie of re-land I think h will b all right feriing to Cousin Agatha as "dot old! aain in no time." devil vomans." and she had devised I I had faced her as I began speak the ejdthct of "dot cousin-vomans," j ing. and I saw that oho didn't believe with which I didn't think it worth I the tale I had invented on the spur while to interfere, ! of thj moment to account for Wil- ritAxcns ixcile seiskh. The funeral of Frances Lucile Sein er, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Heiser, will be held at the residence. 1239 F. Corby nt., Satur day, at 2 o'clock. The Rev. E. J. Sherrill. of St. Joseph's church, will officiate. "Vot I tell her if she ask vere you are, and vot's matter Yillum?" How William Won. "Tell her." I began, but stopped! Ham's condition. The crafty, sus picious look I knew so well came into her eyes. "He will be all right if infection ANDRI-TW JACKSON ItlDDtTK. Andrew Jackson Rudduck, 77 years oUh died at his home, 209 Keasey st., at S o'clock Friday morning of heart failure. He is sur vived by his wife, Mary, a son, Clyde, residing In Ohio; two sisters, Ursula Boyle of Ohio and Mrs. William Rupe of this city, and a brother, George W. Rudduck of Walkerton, Ind. Mr. Rudduck was horn In Ohio on April 5, 1842, and came to this city about 30 years ago. His mar riage to Miss Mary Tredwell took place here In 1882. Mr. Rudduck was a member of the Auten post. Xo. 8, G. A. R., and of the Macca bees. The former organization will have charge of his funeral services which will he held at the residence Monday afternoon. Burial will be in the city cemetery. lula Cannon. ."20 N. Cush is spending the week end s in f Tos.ee. h ficb W Jin i, j ' I i v a a Kwa-sneski. 1 S. pi'tures of the lect announced Sable was attractively appointed with 1 .ou i; ii ets of sunburst roM-s. Covers Meie laid fur 1J KU,st- Is with miniature?! Warren st , has returned home after spending a two months' vacation at Dlossbiirg. 1'a.. I.lmita, X. V. points in Canada, Niagara Falls and I'etroit. -Mich. K. A. D inkle, who. has heen visit- bride and pronm the weddinff. The abruptly, tor my ear had caught the doesn't set in." she said. "Did you swish of a skirt in the barn below, j cleanse and bandage the. wounds "Is that you, Cousin Agatha?" II yourself?" called, making my voice as cheery "I did." I returneti curtly, and nonchalant as I could. "Have "You'll pardon me. I know. Mar you needed Katie?" ! caret." she nirrred. "if I sutrecst that Cousin Agatha mounted thev short was rather a rash thing for one of rapmij, l saw mat sne ; von r inexperience to do. ion cannot! i foresee the consequences of a fail-j inu his mother. Mrs. E. A. Dunkle, X- Lisalle a v., has left for Washing ton. D. and will stop for a two of Cincinnati. (.., enroute. The Faithful r.irts Sunday schod ( lass of the Lowell Heights Metho ..1st Kpi--opal (hutch met at the 1 d'i ys" visit with Lieut. Herbert Rrett home of MHs. Margucrito Herzig. 1 1 .'. ( It .r-L,;..n.i st.. Thursday night. Thf ni. ting was opened with pray- r. After the business meeting the t in:" w.is spent, with games. recita-t.-Mis ami ni'. sit'. Tiie hot-ss"'S were Mi-s Marguerite II rzi;: and Miss J.tb-1 Kulp. Tiie net meeting will Id Sep. at Huttfon. 1 1 I 1 M is-hrev. MyrtV (ieol'g IM DUMA SI'KINCiS. Atig. 2i. Mr. and Mrs. Fd. Holini,'er of Guer don. Aik.. are visitors at the home of the former's sister. Mis. L. 15. l'riddy. They were I'ornur residents of this village. I Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Manes have in.i Viola Hum-Isold their residence property in St. iv.. who have just ! Joseph to S. Rianti. the home of Mis ("amp'.iu st. s of Chicago. return d from Indiana university.! Miss F.erio'-e s-kinner is a Msnor v. her.- they attended summer school. I :it the .1. L. Perkins home in Chica- re p'. TU'tU bV .'.Ii ..ntl- s-.irtotsed Thursdav go t r: 1- Week. friends in honor of their' taking tier place m Mi- staircase didn't intend to lose the opportunity to lind out the reason for my pre sence and Katie's in poor William's room. "Oh. I suppose I can prepare your mother-in-law's lunch and my own myself." she said with the martyr like air which always sets my nerves on edge. "It's only that I disliko leaving Haiiet alone while I do it. Rut if you rued Katie here " her ure to make those . wounds thor oughly antiseptic. I think I would better look at them and make sure everything is all right. I have had so much experience in emergencies you know." She moved toward William and stooped over him, her long, capable lingers fairly sitive eagerness already busy with FRANCKS IA'CIU: SHISHU. Frances Lucile Seiser, three weeks! old. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! Christian Seiser, 1239 E. Corby st.. ! died Thursday night at 9:15 o'clock following a four days' illness of. hronchial pneumonia. Besides her parents she is survived hy four sis-j ters and five brothers. She was born in this city on Aug". 4, 1919. j Funeral arrangements will be! made later.- WOULD-BE SWINDLEB COULDN'T PUT IT ACROSS A neat appearing young man knocked at the door of the home of Mr 1 C Hecrollor R 1 C V rinn. r quivering with inqui- . . . , A , T 4. . ham st. Friday morning and told eyes swept poor old William's band-one of the bandages. LaFollette Yields. Floor After Speaking 12 Hours r j her that her son had deserted from i the navy hut knew he could "fix it all tip," If she would but giv him $100 to work with. She refused and he then said he th ought $ 5 0 would turn the trick. Without success he left hut Mrs. Rescellar failed to no- j tify the police until Saturday morn i ing which gave the culprit 24 hours to cret away- Dis- WASHINGTON. Aug. cussion hy Sen. La Folletw lican, Wisconsin, of the leasing bill again Friday prevented , final action on the measure. The I t 'f-n. Mu!- and lie ipj : e e er. imr with ft es h .' ie ti i s e i ter! ll'llll' lit. .-er e..l. lied and on s Mi Wisconsin senator yielded the floor j late in the day, after speaking 12 hours in three (Jays against the measure, but announced that about two hotirs more would bo rejuired to conclude his speeih. I 'sther King is son smoot. republican, l.tah. iu Or. lt. F. Cran-1 charge of the bill, gave notice when (in seoite reressed until Suturil'iv :,JTn, Didn 'tHave Time ! to Enumerate All South Bend Oases 1 1 e n i a i o 1 1 ot". i .. v v . , , v . . . ....... v ( i:.iv 'e!son and irrand-'that if a linal vote v t not reached,0'1 Miss Vila S i.a f t : i-e. ;iv . an.d I .o ; . ii r. I Mot'-! iv 'o. k at St. T1 . W. is Frit- h n . or v, i n g a tt lv'c's W,l: will at rllM!' h- hv h. daugliter. Ardys Wright turne! from a few das relatives in South Rend. Mrs. Arthur Filield is visiting a'iws in Ohio. igo this week. have re-1 hy S o'clock Saturday evening, visit with 'wm,hl ask for a night session- 1 The leasing bill even as now rel ' i ' a m e(i, ,vn. ii i oneiie saiu, ;ts 1 not satisfactory to the navy and John F. De Gro1!' otlici.ttir.g. Announcements Wo tea Ii 's Indiana The r" the '.rch will h. at the la'tne 1.1 F. Row man ei'. Y Missionary sr.cietv A n'ie Christian ' its reunl.ir ir.eet- i f Mrs. I F. White. ! st.. Tucs.Viv after-1 i Miss 1 1 la nu-es, a Red Cross nurs. iriun Xiles, was here Monilay mak im; i rra ngeinents for a free for (hildren unler 1 ' years old. to I..- heiil h.-re soon. Th meeting will i-e held at the town hall, ami the !. rulings of th' ( ünir will be follow ed up b proper treatment. Mr. and Mrs S. M -Meek ha- re turned from Chicago. They have put that cily am! will return there justice department. He read to the senate a letter written by Sec'y Dan- clinic "1' to tR' house public lands com- t mit tee recommending tnat tne caii jfornia and Wyoming naval reserves '. be excepted from the provisions of , the hir. During hia remarks th' j Wisconsin senator attacked the j newspapers ot the country, saying Ithev were "controI!el." After hav- I i hi ley .1 s !.!- k.nii w., ;.i 'ee; In. Ie sail! Pie fo' kept me ": the nevsapers it. ip. l for a time of iheir columns. " ürir.iai re- i i! until Pe rsonals FASHION HINT t Wal'ac Nelson. 1 . :.ii U-org' Xt'ii;(i". I'. Mr.. ieav Satuid.r 1 S. 7th st . s ' h st.. K l r for Chicago. v ht r the) w:!' spend a few d.. s- Mi-s Marie lilas.'.ak, M'ss r.erni'.' Wisniewski. Mis lUrth i Kap :st'.a nl Mis .V ie C.or7 r.ski. of 'i;i- to. arc : ; e guests of Y:o'.i !'r;rhindouski. S Wan. n st. Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Atkins and :. dichter, Josephine. F.. : . returned Friday fr -m a -:d Orch:iri and Iort!.tv l..:r.e and New York City tr. and Mrs. Joseph 11a :cer and echter, Marcaret, 1 . 11 4 I'laii.e av.. i Friday for Three ;:ks. Mj.-h . to end the funeral of Mrs. l'.s : ia'agf-r- .V-ss Marie- rt. More. 7 T N. .- Louis b'.d. left Fridav e er:::--: : -r Tdcdo. . from x h- r. . af'r ...ndlng the nigh: with Mrs "t Truax. formerly Mi;" Mane Xcith- .. it. of Sout h I r.d. she i ..ff v Las i'.'.e visit, m ore.; ills' m.-iib the bat'ef several vears r.a-ei a residence property m-lk;,, city am: win return mere to .. . , u.tllllieii t'.arve their !l'!il'. Mrs Anna Hartley and grandson.! Will' r Hartley, have mowd t Cali fornia. ! John J. Stover has purchasel thi A W. Mars hou on Cass st. Mr.. Stover w ill open a meal market in It ! v i ' I 'e Fcrt Sl.c.er ha itt F. i ri n tvvp. : Joseph. ' i .es N Mootim.iKi'r or i nr'ei R:ers istted Mr. and Mrs. (leorgei W. Mmt. r. Ta sday. ' L era W ilson of St. Joseph is a u..es ,.f Fhyllis Fidsoji. Miss ,:m Wires of South Rend is; at heme for a week's vacation. ! Thirty p'orle enjoyed a picnic Charles Hinhnrt told Asst. Chief of police Cassldy that he got drunk chler hut the officer corrected ho i him saying !t was impossible to be jcome intoxicated on that brand. Therefore Hinhart told Judge (.ilmer in city court that the cider was mixed with whisky and that he sznt It in the west end. When asked what saloons he got it in he said he didn't want to take up much of the ! court's time but would have to if j lie had to tel'. every place where it j is obtainable in the west end. His ;ne of J5 ar.d costs was suspended and he was placed on probation. j A little le-aiency was shown by : Judge Gilmer Saturday morning on j violators of the mufflr ordinance. J F1 Sfun. truck driver for Zimnjer-, Damliacher transfer house, said he j had hi; muffler open but only ne- I glected closing it. II' cot $10 ami casts suspepde!. The case of Cale ! Knehler. arrested for violation of j the same ordinance was set for trial Sept. 6. ! The world's principal Jade mine is in Rurma, where the privilege of mining the stone has been in the possession of onetribe for many generations. NFAYS-TIMF.S NICHT lMIONK NFMRFRS Hot wren H V. M. and 6 A. 31. .Main 210(1 Society Kill tor. Main '2 1 (Hi Classified Dept. 3Iain 2101 City Keillor. Main 2102 Circulation Dept. fl & fwi A ;-2kWHe tv ,Cf 1 TATS b to Saturday Sale of Men's Shirts $2.50 Madras Shirts at Shirts that look well with dark colored suits. They have the neat pencil stripes in sotter shuwies than those in your summer negligee shirts, and lok well with a dark suit. Neat French cutis, corded madras is the pret erred ma terial in the regulation Coat Cut Style. Timely Bargains from the Men's Furnishings Dep't $1.50 Union Suits with short sleeves and ankle length. Just the garment for these cooler days $1.39. II TV- i.-r.i. Hope plava a very import- YK:- Ay& fore be particular about the ;'':1I Summcr weight two-pier " Lncierwcr. worth 65c and 75c a garment. J)cnty of small sizes. Today 50c a srrrurit for qtiirL close out. -sl An extr.a suit or two ot socks you wear. Dark cd- $ ored silks are all the craze, f' V We have a large varied stock - xVX?? of $1.00 silk hose for today's Äi Ci'V.- ' r; : 7 selling at 89c. "sCS-- s . V s : - v-" Athletic Lnderwear al J --" ' V.V7(lv III Uli IIIJI . : j 1 oday vc .Athletic Ln- N yiiLls ;: ion Suits wiil sell for 65c. 44 TffC ÖR.IOHTCST SPOT IH TOWN" H 1 ''or a Change Try Perfection a Bar r at 9 Have you anything to SclU Exchange, or Rent? fry the Want Ads d i bis bunualow and will move to at i for N. . ! ::!. ! Th. li t- r-S ...:is l-:mber',in. -J-d.n r.mb-T'in. : : : I -. i f i in r 1 . :i: f T " S : 1 ; , a ; ; i ' 1 s 1 .Mr- i: late It .n 'f ' ! 1 1 1 N V : er!c .'... 4 f 11'!! lb 11 t et ' ; me he r ; r ilr. i i: e ihr Indian field Sunday The! i h r ir. was omjdimentary r'J Mrs A'.e Pike of Kl l'aso. Te.. who . i-:ttnc frierais here. Mrs. TMkei ;s furmfrlv MNs Marion Millis. aj -v e'.-'-fu! teacher in the school of . ' . . : ii county. Mrs V. V. Wetmore hn return-i el fr. :w .i ut k's iit at tlie homo, of Iter däV.chWr. Mrs. J. Uowarl. i .! v r in h H a -O v.r - J .- Ilich irdsi.ri wiih her .Wie v;u a w.-k end. : ) ilea's. Mr. and M :.. : . i 5 I et i: rn e.I to a üvl. M;ch.. after '.' :t the b. :.- of hf r :. Al rt At:r.k. ; i . . ;.ry w en i : II H'o I a ' ' h 1' ' :-v:!. i Tl.. i . : nt y J.eph 1: i'I. ;-iv '.int a ft ! Mi-, an.l try; ' C rtm) f '-.4 r . , . - 'Kw. t'i m- . , a. v .v. . r . t rtrVv'-;,-;.' -; - V. ,V,-J I, v V; ,V , ' J W -. , - .. - 1 La! . a . . t r. l i , 'S ar.d 111' .t o th'-after 't !ia r r.rne.'. r i i n i r. i" staticn ;-it udh his parent H.rr I'ariihart. ; !V at fdteil. J v. f !:... lfax s .it! i are ' at til'- 'hha-'i (Mi fairly vn jour iu a c m .es or more, trie nomine ICO 1 I v--,w v -k-.i.J- ! An excursion Sunday. Au?. .".1. to1 i . I St. .los ph on - ort turn inaiani. Hound trip tickets $1.10. Children ' from " to 12 years. Ö cents. Cars j will leave South Hend sation S. 9. '10. 11 and 1- o'clock. Keturn tick ets j;ood for three days and on any car. i:veryboly go. (let your ticket ; early at Northern Indiana station. Advt. 2162-30 Do you want to Buy or Rent a House? Do you want a Job? Are you looking for Bargains? Read the Want Ads ni:covi:it nKi:irs car. The Cadallic tourin car stolen from the panige of C. H. Uaker. i T2T W. Washington hv., was re- j covered by the police Saturday j mornini; west or tne city, it was re ported in fair condition. Read the News-Times Morning Evening Sunday 'F you have ever tasted Perfection Cakes of anv kind you know that only the Perfection idea ran produce a product witn sucii a satisfying taste. It conies in the flourthe recipes the machinery that handles the products from ihmr to parkat o?- harrd' the clean tiled ovens--the perfect Imkinjr and the fact that your grocer sells Perfection products so quickly as to injure 'con stant freshness. Perfection "Oat Cakes" An especially nutricious and wholesome cookie, which contains substantial body building cicinciits. It K made in small dainty size, is rather coarse in texture and has a tine flavor. Many people desire coarse grain cookies in prefer ence to cakes made of fine milled tl our so thl eookie appf-als especially to them. Order some from your grocer today. You'll Want to' Try These Too: Graham Wafers Coooanut Taffy Ear Delico Suenr Wafers Ginger Lassies Animal Crackers Grandma's Bet Marshmallow Walnut Whiu Mountain Amsterdam Cookies Bon Bons Vanilla Wafers Suar Junibles Anthony Ginger Snaps Glace Honey 'nMf ''I I't.Ht l.CTI0 VUyiy,rtl At Wheelock's ! uii i aeta. WlieebieK and wn. U miles an fc I tl hour. pigeon liroantaii nni uuion seal are f from 37 to .mbined in this beautiful wrap. I-onjr atole ends of the st.il. George H. At Wheelock's Neiv Victor Records for September on Sale Tcdav A splendid list of up-to-date selections. Drop in our rictrola Dept. and ce will gladly play any you wish to hear. Wheelock & Co. rf T" 1 1 Mm 6ft BAKED 11 Y YOUR GROCER HAS THEM Perfection Biscuit Co. Fort Wayne, Ind. All p0rfctio Goods Are K-pt Swrt rv1 Fresli In This Can