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MONDAY FATAINn, XOVnMIUTll 3. 1919.
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WOMEN Clubs Circles SOCIETY Suffrage Philanthropy THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Mr. and Mrs. Iteerher Carr, 42j s. St. Joseph st., f nUrtalncd with aj family dinner Sunday honorlnj: Mr. and Mm. IMward Miller, who were married recently, ("overs were placed for 12, the out of tovn truest heinp Mr. am! Mrs. J. J. I'.oroth. Mr. anl Mrs. J. 1 f. 1 Wroth and Miy Hazel Ik-roth of Ix-pansport, Ind. A color fchrm1 of yellow and white wni rarrird out in the appointments of the table which was rr ntered w ith chrys inthrmum.. Mrs. Miller Wlb form rly Mts Hernie- Carr. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. K. Nash, 70S x. , St. Jose ph St., who will le ivf Tu h- ' dav mornlnrr to make th'ir homo in Nashville, Tonn-, w re honor puest.-? at n farewell party pivep. T-riday nicht by the Modern Mothers' rlub. Tlirt wer L'i quests and the even inp wa .vpent socially and with mu- a!c. lief rcshments wrre served : tui:siay. j The Woman's Guild of St. .Fames' ( npUcopal chnxch will hold a meet-' inp at the hom of Mrs. Thomas Urandon. 10 H Lincoln way W.. at) o'clock. A report of the triennial convention held recently at Detroit! will he pivrn by Bishop John Ilazenj White. The members of the art depart ment of the South Hond Woman's club will meet in the club rooms. The Delta Alpha Sunday school class of the First Urethren church will hold a meeting. The members of the W. C. T. V. will hold .an Important meetinp at the home of Mrs. Ada Parnard. GOi Cottage Grove av. The Indies' auxiliary of the Order of Eastern Star will meet in the club rooms. An all-day meetinp of the past chiefs' association of the Pythian sisters will be held at the home of Mrs. Cecilia IJurlow, 71 3 Portale a v. The repular meeting: of the Anten W. It. C, So. 14, will be held in the old court house. . The Married Folks' Pnncinp cluh will open the season with a dance In the Indiana club rooms. i Mrs. Herbert Mylotts. 20." Ponn-j 5ylvanla av., will entertain the Wo man's Missionary society of the In-: (liana Avenue Christian church. j The mothers' department of the Progress club will hold a meeting at j r.:30 o'clock. Dr. P. C. Traver will j talk on "The Value of Sex IMuca tion," and Mrs. Owen Windle will j have charge of the children's story! hour. j The I.a Kota Wajons will be en-! tertained by Miss Fsther Van Der, Karr, at her home, 72P. Hlaine av. j -Mrs. K. W. Sykes. 1013 K. Madi-j son st., will he hostess at a meeting1 of the I,adies Aid society of the Tri nity Presbyterian church. Mrs. George Wy man's Pible class will meet at the Y. W. C. A. at 3 o'clock. Members of the "Washington club' will be entertained by Mrs. Knott at the home of Mrs. Georpo O'P.rien, 122 S. Chapin st. Kev. nnd Mrs. Fred H. Koehne- laann. .ill . wayne si., win enier-, tain members of the Hp worth leapuo! .f the German Methodist church at! the repular monthly dinner Tuesday) niu'ht. A literary and social meeting will follow the dinner. j vniM:siAY. j The Crntennial club will hold a meetinp: at the home of Mrs. I L. Zears. T.ll 12. Indiana av. J The history department of the Progress club will meet in the club, rooms. Tlx- Shakespeare circle will be en-' tertained by Mrs. V. II. F.ulet. 4 1 7 1 S. Main si. .Mrs. Walter Derr. ."12 N. Fafayette ' Ivd.. will be hostess at a meeting if the Wednesday club. ; The W. C. Sunshine club will be ntertalned by Mrs. W. H. Itoettehcr,' 7;.s Sherman a v. ! The members of the Clay and liar-' ri Home Fconomics club will meet at the home of Mrs. Van Kue. 1M-! wardsburp rd. i The current events department of the South Fend Woman's club will. hold a meeting. The history department of the ProuToss cltiU will nipf t in tho club lnop.iM at o'Al o'clock. Tirriisi ay. Mr. hU North, 11 : . No?re Pame a v.. will J.e hrstos- at a meeting of. The Thursday club. i Mrs. Julia lane will entertain t Ii o ( members of the Circle of Mercy. ; The Woman's Foreirn Missionary' society of the Stull M. F. church will bold its regular nutting at the home ..f Mrs. II Kattt rlirinrtb. 271 Main ?L The Iidies' Aid society of the iir.i.niwav Kvanceacal rnun li will it! nie t at the home of Mrs. William Goehel. .".OS Walnut st. The Indies' Aid society and the Woman's M isior ary soci ty of the First Kv.ineeü'Ml church wil hold a j.dnt meeting at the home of Mrs. T. Smith. Fowman st. The Woman's Fore-cn M irvsj. ,j ;-j rv society of the Grac will hold a meetinsr M. F. church in the churidi parlors. Th Woman's Missionary society f the First Prethren church will meet at the church. The C. W. U M 'f the Firs! liristian church rill m-et with Mrs. .J Poland Witwa f. 2 ".2 0 Mishawak i av. The. Horn' and Foreign Missionary society of the First M. F. ih.;rch will met at the church. Fadbs' Aid .-c:-ty of the llolv Trir.ity Fnglish Futlo r.m church uill meet in the church parlors. Th- Fadis auxiliary of tlie Trni- t- F. chiucli .;11 io'd a ;et.ng Hsel. at the heme Mr.-. Fi rt Social Calendar the Ladie. Aid society of the Grace Kvanpellcal churrh. Tho office force of OTJrien Varnish Co.. will entertain with a dancinp party at Melville hall. nui.Y. The Folyanaa circle of the Trinity M. YZ. churrh will hold a meeting. Mrs. C. H. Meyers. 719 W. Wash ington av.. will entertain the mem bers r f the I,adleV Missionary socie ty of tho First Prrshyterlan church. The Worth AVhile circle of th First M. K. church will meet with Mrs. C. K. Kaehel. 2 4 Forest av. The Woman's Missionary society of th" Westminster Presbyterian church will meet in the church par lors. Section two of the literature de parfrnent of the Progress club will hold a merlin p in the club rooms. KATI'KDA V. The School Men's Wives will hold a meeting. - I Personais Miss I.eota Odell, 78 N. Cushinp' st.. spent Sunday in Chieapo. II. I. Yt-rriek, 2 Fj S. St. Joseph! st. returned Friday nUht from a' two weeks' trip which included Nor folk. Va.. win re he attended the convention of the National Humane oeiejy, Washington. D. C, Klmyia, ' X. Y., and Akron, O. , Kitchen Economics six ways to mam: ni.i.ii lors i.r.Nni lio.v samvi::iii:s. If you have rnoie than two lunch bo s to put up each day it's a wisx plan to have available large quan tity recipes for many sandwiches-. Here are a number which can be made with little difliculty. and whih are quite sure to b- well liked. I'g and Sardine Kniulwielies. 3 tablespoonf uls of melted butter. 10 sardines .1 hard-cooked eggs. 2 tablespoonf uls of prated chees 1 traspoonful of curry powder. 1-2 teaspoonful of lemon juice. Salt to taste. Frown bread. Hone the sardines, mix well with eggs, cheese and one tablespoonf ul of butter. Mix remaining butter with curry powder, lemon juice, and salt to taste. Cut some thin brown bread, spread with curry mixture and layer of sardine paste. Celery and K-rg. 2 oupfuls of chopped celery. 1 cupful of mayonnaise. 4 hard -cooked eggs. Put the celery and egg through the food chopper, using finest cut ter. Add mayonnaise, and.salt if necessary. Spread between thin slices of buttered bread. Minced Meat Sandwiches. 2 cupfuls of finely chopped left over cooked meat- 1-2 teaspoonful of salt. 1-2 cupful of salad dressing. Dash of cayenne. Dash of celery salt. Season the meat, add the dressing anil beat well. Spread thin slices of bread with the chicken. Faked Ilean and Ix-ttucc .Sand wiches. Press three cupfuls of cold baked cans through a sieve. Spread bread with butter, cover with a lettuce leaf, cover lettuce with beans and sprinkle beans with chopped mus tard pickle. Cover with a second piece of buttered bread. Frown bread or any dark bread may be used. Pimento Choose Sandwiches. 2 tablespoonfuls of butter. 1 cupful of diced cheese. 1 teaspoonful of cornstarch. H tablespoonfuls of milk. 1 teaspoonful of salt 1 can of pimentoes. Paprika to taste. Graham bread. Put the cheese into a double boil er. Add butter, cornstarch, milk, salt ami paprika to taste and stir and cook until smooth, then add pimen toes cut into small pieces. Spread between buttered slices of graham bread. Hero are some sandwich fillings which can be made a day or so be fore, put in Rlass jars and used aa needed: IJver Sandwich I illiiiir. 1 cupful of rice- 1-2 cupful of chopped, cooked liver. Parsley, mace, grated lemon rind. 2 tablespoonf uls of shortening. r.oil the rico In plenty of hot water to which tho salt, mace and a dash 'f grated lemon peel have been added. When tender, drain and add the chopped liver. Chopped ham may be used instead, if pre ferred, pack in a glass jar and spread when cold on thin slices of bread. Any cold meat like ham. bits of chicken, veal or parts of a roast may be chopped, mixed with euouuh boiled dressing to make a thick paste, and then packed in jars. If kept in a odd place it will remain fr-sh for some time, and it is de cidedly convenient to have sandwich tillincs accessible at any time ti:chi:ils wii.f n:irr. The teachers f the kindergarten dep. rtm nt of the public schools will meet at the school administra tion building Tuesday afternoon at 'i lock. IXMt Tt'KSDAY AT HCKIIFKU HKOS.. :U! S. MICHIGAN ST. Iloilltnr Hcef . . . lc Peef Pot Koat 1-r Sirloin and Shrt Steak 1h ts l. T. H. H . court No. 4 1. will give a cid. partv and dance at Feyler hall Tued Nov. 4. 7711-4 Advt. Patronlrfi the advertir he h there to serve you. Revelations of a Wife Their Second Honeymoon : BY ADELE GARRISON. why mapgi: TitANsrj:mu:i hi;h iu.cmx) .to a yi:h- AM. TAHLi:. The vacuo menace I had sensed when 1 factd the crowd of Teu tonic celebrants in tho inn dining loom .-cerned to hover over me all through the elaborate luncheon which I had oidered because of my wish to have plenty of time to watch the metamorphosed windmill. That any one of the group of per sons at the J.et table could cheer fully haw wrung my nec: I was ure' Their !a s were dark and lowering, the f"w glances I encoun tered hostile, although they were car ful to keep their cjes averted fr on m. 1:1 hadn't boon so uneasy I could lrr laughed at the painful prcci-.-on and diction of their I7n?lish. Th were evidently trying- to eras'-' the iipp: ssion of gabbling guttural which I hail bend when I !ut ltpp.d into the dining room. And their conversation was as innocuous as Fiat to be ilea'. . I at a child's Idrth day palt. The woman iu h se blo.;s 1 had seen the edge of the German llag wre tutiud away from In r to tuck peej.'in-', had evidently seized the üisl opportunity when my eyes the emblem completely out of sight. At an rate, no ve.sliue of it ,as to ee .neu when next I looked at her. but if the glance of an eye could .-lay I should neer have iinishe,! my h-nchcoli. A Disconcerting Thought. I tried to Pers ia le melf that the 'ague terror I felt cvteping over me was only a figment of my imagina tion. The black look f the people at the next table didn't alarm me. Hut the fact that the ft rret-faccd youth who had consulted his notebook and showed it to his neighbor had left the dining room a few moments later did disturi) mo. I was obsessed with the idea that his patent excitement when he had looked over the writ ten pages had concerned me. The voice of the waiter at my el bow made me start. In his hand he held a tray with an uncorked bottle of wine and a glass. "Mme. Hofer's compliments, " he raid, boAing. "She says this is wine of her own making." "Put I never drink wine." The words rose to my lips, then some thing stayed them. "Please thank Mme. Ilofer for A. Recipe for Popularity cl y winircd Black What in the world Is the matter with all the girls? I have had IS letters from girls this .week and they are all about wanting to be popular. Not wanting to be successful, not wanting to bo wise, not wanting to be kind, not wanting to be good, not een want ing to be happy just wanting to be popular. " h. if I could only be popular," writes one girl. "I'd give 10 years of my life if I could go into a room at a party and have everybody glad to see me. My sister can. She isn't pretty and she Isn't especially blight, but everybody's just craz about her old men and boys and college youths and fellows just out of high school. Fven the women like her. She is awfully nice. I know, but I don't see what it is about her tht makes her so many friends." "Won't you please tell me how to be popular?" writes another girl. "I am young and not unattractive. I wear good clothes and I am a good dancer, nothing special, of course. but better than a good many girls I know, but no men tight get a look at my dance program first. "Do the girls all stop powdering their noses when I come into the dressing room at a party and say, 'Oh. there you are! I was afraid you v.eien't coming!'? They dtAmt. SI in pi v Thought f wines. "They just look at me to se what dress 1 am wearing and how 1 have got my hair dne and they smile and say 'Good evening.' and then go on talking to ach other. As far os they are concerned 1 simply don't . Mist. h, yes. I get plenty of partners. I have a very popular brother and h i-ees to that, but nobody is just crazy to dance with me because I'm just me. "What can I do to make myself more popular?" Dear me, child, if I only had a recipe for popularity I'd be a mil lionaire' in a week. Hut, whisper, there's (me sure wav of making yourself interesting to j man. woman or child No, you don't have to scintillate, j you don't have to blush, you. don't; have to rtattr not reallv in so : many words. All ou have to do is to: talk to everyone you know, not, about your .-iff airs or about what I int rests you, but about their affairs' and what interests them. j They are all vulnerable on that j one point, every man in the world, j old and young, rich and poor, grave ami gay and most women. Look at a man, not as if you wer trying to be popular, but as if you; Tiev-r in your life saw anybody unite so interesting and so fascinat-, ing before. j Get him to talking about himself ; ;:r.d hi- club or his school or his, business, and when he makes u joke J me," I said, "and b-ave the wine. 1 don't care for it with this course. I will Tve myself '..iter." With a .sudden impulse, the origin of which I did not stop to analyze, I raised my eyes swiftly, unexpectedly, and looked at the people at the other "able. Every pair of eyes ther was gazir.g at me intently, and I fancied ! saw a ten.-ity of expectation in them. What it all meant I dldn'.t know. Tile thought that the wine might b .rugged crossed my mind, but 1 laughed at myself even as I thought of it. the idea seemed so wildiy melo dramatic. Where's Pete? A whimsical recollection of Tom Sawyer and the crack in the lloor .hieh he fed with pain killer dash ed 'into my mind in the utterly in comprehensible way in which fanc ies come. Hut it stayed with me. 1 wondered if in some way 1 couldn't pretend to drink the wine and then watch carefully th actions of Mme. Hof r and her gue;s. SV.ch a trick was impo.--ible. how ever, under the furtive watching eyes of the men and women at the other table. I thought hard for a morntnt, then summoned the waiter, hovering m-ar. "I think I would like to finish my dinner at one of the little tables on the eranda," I said, giving as good an imitation a.-- 1 could of a hoiv 1 woman with a sudden caprice to gratify. "Please take the wine out thtre. and bring my and ber- ri-s and coffee to me there." I handed him a piece of silver as I spoke. His show of gratitude didn't hide the consternation in his eyes. "1 am afraid madame will not be comfortable out then.-." he stam mered. "I will be the judge of that." I re turned, curtly. "Please bring the things at once." Conscious that every eye was fol lowing me, I preceded the disap proving waiter to the veranda., re solving to choose a table which should not be directly beneath a window. Thre was another reason for my decision to transfer the loca tion of my tabic than my wish to camouflage my abstinence from Mme. Hofer's wine. I had a dis tinct longing for the sight of Pete's punishing jaw and powerful frame. Hut when I reached the veranda Pete was nowhere to be seen. laugh as if you never heard any thing so funny in your life. Don't "put it on" and don't pre tend. Mean it! You can if you try hard enough. Get out of yourself and forget yourself. Don't mention your own business or your own likes and dis likes or even your own friends, if you can help it. Try These Ingredients. "Watch the popular girl and you'll see that the old ladies like her be ccuse she listens and .acts interested when they talk about their rheu matism and the old gentlemen likej her because she asks them ques tions about the early days when they could have bought the place where the town hall stands for $2f. The girls like her because she likes to hear about what he said, and how he looked and what she was wearing when he said it. The men like her the dancing men because it Isn't hard for her to laugh and it isn't hard for any man to dance with her. N, you don't have to be a flirt to be popular. Yoü can just be a nice. good-natured, licrht-hearted girl who enjoys living and isn't ashamed to show it. Come out of your shell and un lock the door of your prison. Every body's lonesome, really, just as lonesome as you ate. Make it your business to cheer them up and you'll be so popular you'll have to put in an extension on the family tele phone to give anybody else a chance at all. IX)It TTKSP.W i mos., mu s. AT IHKIIMK MICHIGAN ST. Holling Hcvf 10c lleef Pt Ilojist Sirloin and Short Steak . . i '2c ... lSe 7S13-3. At Wheelock's Artificial Fruit for Table Centers George H. Wheelock & Company KENNETT AND GOOD HOLD STEADFASTLY TO ORIGINAL STORY tCONTINUKI FIIOM I AG TZ OSr. ) have been straightened out, "but I did not go to him." Hold to Story. '"We have told the police and the officials of the corporation all we know about this thing, and we are still willing to do all we cm to help settle this matter," said Mr. Good. "We have told the truth, and we are going to continue to tell the truth." "1 am willing to sign nr.y affidavit the corporation officials want me to sign." said Konnott. "That is. any affidavit that contains the truth," he conditioned. "I have already signed one affidavit telling about the burn ing of the 2 2 bonds, and I am will ing to do everything I can." Men Not Despondent- P.oth men were clear-eyed. Neith er si emed despondent, but both ap peared to realize the seriousness of their present situation- Hoth were chaned shaved and neatly dressed, although Knnett had discarded his coat. Mr. Good had the appearance f a successful business man wholly out of p!nc- behind the bars. Ken bet t secrm-d sincere wlun he de clared that he is willing to aid the corporation and police ollicials in completely unraveling the bond mystery. "I am glad we did not nt any laon.y uu' of it." commented Mr. Good, "it us hI to worry me a great deal, and I often thought about the money I thought I was going to get. and 1 often wondered if tho money wuald really do me any ood." Hoth men seemed grateful to the police for tho way in which their arrest w as handled. Tin. y wanted to s. the oewspapers. They ):l not see;; ;i piper since their arrest early Thursday morning. MISHAWAKA MAN ACCIDENT VICTIM (Coxtincrd r;:oM pa on one.) Mishawalca business man, coming there from Goshen in 1517 to suc ceed poss Martin as manager of tho Mishawaka Dairy Co. He was born in Flue Island, 111.. Oct. 14, 1SS6. and was 33 years old. On Nov. 1, 1012. lie was married to Miss Jennie Shaf fer, who survives him. He also haves two children, Flizabeth Mary, 4 years old, and Martha Ann, four months old. Funeral services will be held Wed nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from tho residence and will be private. Few Dr. F. Karle Parker, pastor of the Methodist Kpiseopal church will officiate. Friends may view the body at the F. F. Coats fuiernl home up until Tuesday evening at S o'clock. Hurial will be in the Klkhart ceme tery. JUDGE FUNK RESUMES CIRCUIT COURT DUTIES Judge Walter A. Funk, after an absence of over a week, resumed his duties on the bench in circuit court Monday and cases were continued. Judge Funk has been suffering from an attack of bronchitis. This week will mark the close of the September term of the circuit court and after a week's vacation the November term will start. MANY TAKi: HATJIS. October has been a big month at the Y. M. C. A. A great number of mcmbors having taken advantage of the classes, baths and swimming pool. The number participating in the gym classes for the month has been 2.226, those using the baths 4.004 and those the swimming pool numbering 1.727. to mi:i:t wi:im:sday. The municipal recreation commit tee will meet at the school adminis tration building Wednesday even ing. The civic federation will meet at the same place Friday evening. Sec the big window displays of book bargains at The Hook Shop. 69F Advt. THE SN?Ppy LIME DRINK At Wheelock's The attraction of your table is immeasurably enhanced by this new method of dressing the center. Peaches, Pears, Apples, Bananas and Oranges in their natural colors, at $1.00 each. Large clusters of Grapes in red or purple, at $2.75 per cluster. Silks & - Dressmakers, home-sewers and others will find much to admlro in th'.. spe, ;a: offering. The staples nr.d fancies of the season are all here, und we have ! id a t- make the rrlce as attractive as the goods. It is a w onderfully complete . h:biti :i of new fabrics, and you are Invited to make the most of it. Silks- ,"C In. Mossrilines, extra l;eavy iu:tl itv. In all the fail colorings. T.G in. henry cpiality new Ibolium TntlcteM. .4.eO values. -S"', a'd .shades. r.r.da. l.envr S;it!n in all the desired tenes, SZ.'J and '.ä yard. All hade in 40da extra heavy Charmeuse, si aO nnd .ä '..". Crepe de Cldries in eolors. Inchblir? the soft venini: shades ; w 1 1 t I. s ranging from .".:' in. t m hi.: prices Sl.aO to Sä.."J yard. A beautiful ipiality -f 40 In. extra heavy Crepe-Meteor In imv.v ;uid black. 4 ") yard 40 hi. extra M:k Cre;e d heavy Chita". 4.r0 yard. Pr evuiinir gowr. -JO-In. beautifully .1- i!rned Pussy Willow Silks. Sö.äO. I '.sjlavuicr n n e w line . f hl.i-k silks, ln i luded in the la rge showing are Trio- l.-tfes. S' 00 to ?iV;ä yd. Tub Silks for men's Fhlrta and women's Mej-es, 7a). ?J 00 :in! SJ r.o y ;ird. ITi-tty pat terns. "2 In. Tiir Silk in i heavy vrofidhth qual ity; a shirt lcn-b- "f this ".k would rend! at lä.o) or .1i. Price of tlds silk is ." eo nnd s:i..V yard. -l' in. benutifnl print ed all -dik Voiles. Sj.'.r, to 1.00. 'i:WJ15ir, rt!i':'W You can hear the jingle of the dif ference between our price and the high rent district price in your own pocket. Walk a couple of blocks and bank the difference. FURNITURE COMPANY 326-28 S.Michigan St. tu "OM -.NI KI.LUHT-r." COAL Don't wall lutil the prlep go up. Iluy now. If vou l.nvfn't the money wp'11 furnl-h It and on terms" that will ra" .vo,t ta ,)0r row. Loans on I'urnlture, Piano, Autos, etc. Payments arranged your v.'av. STATE LOAN CO. Capital ä0.0O0.00 3 Merrhtnt' IUnk liblc. t31 S. Mlrhican üt. Liberty Bonds Wc p&y up to $.3.."0 cash for bonds, nccrned intercut al lowetfl! Ve buy War Stamps. Open 8:30 a. ip. to 8 p. m. C. L. GUTHRIE 423 J. M. S. Bids., 4& Floor. i 5$ (v3 m Wise IS 1 I Vv c ' UO) -- ------- j iE h-svr, ,i l.iHi and Dress I r dm. lAi'; "F:.y, - IV' Velvets- 24-in. wonderful Velour Velvets in Fall color.4?. S2.00 yard. A bargain at this price. ..'-in. Velour Velvets in all the cd ors of Autumn, ?4-0 yard. 40-in. Chiffon Velvets in all colors, in a large variety; prices 55.95 to f'.t.ii5 yard. Also a big line of 30-in. Plushes. ?7.".0 to $18.00 yard. M'-l: h A.J uvxi -.r.nrzp. n ii Ttiz. üniGtirzGr spot r tqwn Aeolian-Vocalion Iiecords nrr positively wnndcrtul- MU.SIC 1SOLOX STILL mm For over four years a youns (Jreek in America had not heard from his aped mother, who lived in Constantinople. KaL-erly he watched the mails for a letter. Month after month he .ent her money for food and clothir.fr, but never knew whether she received it or not. Four years passed without a word from his dear old mother and he was frantic with srief. and de.spair. Then the war ended and he hasten ed home on the first boat that sailed for Constantinople to find out if his mother was still alive. The terrible strain of the .var his affected nearly everyone. American fathers and mothers have suft'ered it: silence, waiting day and niftht for some word from their boys far atay in the army. Thousands of foreipn-born Ameri cans have waited in vain for a let ter from their father, mother, sister or brother across the sea in war torn Kurope. Grief gripped their hearts when they thought of their loved ones cold, lnin;iy and despair inc: amid their ruined homes and the praves of their dead. How could they lauph when they were sick at heart? How could they help prievimr as Tay after day went by and no letter came. The mother, whose sr-n was frri'iously wounded and at the point of death somewhere in France, could not po to her hoy. fhe could but wait and pray for him. With th- clutch of fear at their hearts and nerves strained to the breakinp point, many fathers and mothers have brawly smiled, but the strain and suspense have broupht the pray hairs, lowered their vital ity, exhausted their strength and undermined their health. ADVANCED k"-l mvi: STOCK vi:iiicli:s PIANOS ruiiNiTum: I;. Dollar I IonbIc Iuty. V' Phone Main 1C1S I Union Tniit Company J iViONEY Iii Goods - ', Woolens-- 4 ( t hi. fcilk .-1 n '1 W O I P. ;-Uli! th- im!; r! iikah'e kirel : :dl elnrs. $:'.iM RT. 1 '' ' y a rd. Stf. .V, la. we-1 :Vi- to-i s e r g k : grey . brawn, r.itv. p.urc'in ,! v. Ci iia an '. b'..e k : M p r yard A lirr d?s;d-.v ! to in-'h Wo d rinMv . 1 nnd $1 '. 4" in. nil w eel Pi s2.r.a. V-!n. rv!l wer.', rialds s.;.r.o. V. in. c wcol X'lail.'- r-'-tn nil wool Ve lour Cheeks In a won derful .pi.'dlty for faT! and C-0 '.'". Ma. all w-ool e 1 o u i CostlEsr. d. value, ? 4 V.. .Vein. Sil verton. S.79ä yard. .Vein, all wool Fuit- lng. .V). 4J in. all x ol French Series, r.ary nnd black or.lv, n1 value for yjird. .V In. French Serge., ..t.iO. "din. Sfr.rm Srg"s. jf:t CO an.'. .O .V. An ahnest nnl'.irdterj sto k .f bhr k vo.!.-n IMHteflals. .".1 - in. r.re.eb iof h. best M'ialltv. in all d Ii -wer Fall olors. .." . vard. luar them. A - . fjm i Many soldiers hi3e returned home to find that mothers, fathers, sisters or brothers have broken down under the terrible strain of the war. Many have found vacant chairs in the family circle when they ame back from France. The "tiu" has left thousands of people weak and exhausted. They f a if they never will pet their strenpth l ack apain. If you feel weal; and lack strenpth, or are nervous, rundown, tired out and exhausted Iti:LO. th wonderful discovery of I r. A. I-. Ueusinp, will renew your strength and make rich red blood, vitalized life-pivinp oxypen and tl- c U-salLs that nature requires to rebuild th exhausted nemo cells. KKOJo has remarkable tonic and strenptheninp qualities. It tones up tho heart and nervous system, stim ulates the appetite, aids dipestion and sends through th entire body stream of rich red blood, vitalized with oxygen, that makes the cheek plow. the eyes sparkle and the whole body thrill with vipor and vitality. RKOLO is sold in sealed packaf" containing 100 tablet.---, sufficient for two weeks' treatment. It only costs one dollar a package and is Posi tively Guaranteed to pive beneficial results or we will pladly refund your money. Thousands of people, who havp lifn Hufferir.i? from nerv f train and enervating diseases, have N:j r? .- tored to health by I nr. Iteus.:r;a wonderful formula. RI)L) is sold in South F.eni. Ind. . by "'entral Hrup Store, ar. 1 in Mishn-waka by Ited Cross Pharmacy. Advt. 17 1 We arc manufacturers nr.J distributors of absolutely pure Artificial Ice and solicit your patronage. Artificial Ice. Co. Main 2221 Lincoln 6123 UHIOH SHOE CO. 223 S, MicKirLn Sl 3 3 m at C-s i r i A