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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WOMEN Clubs Circles SOCIETY Suffrage Pit ila n th ropy THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES Tho wi-.MIr.t: rf Mi, MaUl Kais.-r. lauchtrr of Mr. and .Mr. II. 1 Kaiser i f YYjatt. Ind.. and I !l. rt ' S h-if r. vn ( Mr. Fried rirka H haf r i.f Ltk ilb . Ir.d., t..k p!ao .-'.. turday morr.ir.i: at 10 o'clock at tli p.irfon.iui- of th- 1 ani;dic.l liurch at Madison. Ind. The mn Tnony wa- prforn.-d by I lev. 13. 'I. Lorance. A suit of dark blue with hit to match was worn by the bride who Carried a bouquet of 1 r i Je's '-at Mr. and Mrs Schäfer mo ored to I)etro't. Th-y will be at uome aft'-r Deo. I, south of this city. The Phalio sorority of Chicago or :anizd a iooal Gamma rhaptf r Fri day r.i'ht. Following a dinmr at 1 1 i O.lver hotel the initiation rere Miony was conducted hy Miss Hsther .1. in I'irtzenvhaf. president of the ;'ranI chapter of Chl'-afco. and Miss Verr.a. I. MrGlintooh, president of Alpha chapter of Chie.-itro. Miss Imrotha Mario Snyder was installed ..s president of the new chapter by th visiting officers. The chapter which consists of seven rn'inbrs will hold its first regular rnertiricr tili evening. The iiomp l-partment of .h outh liend Woman's club held a 1 1 1 1 i n Friday afternoon at which the members of the new home anl mothers' clubs forming throughout tin- city, were special piiests. Mrs. K. S.ickf tt rendered two in'trn- ni'ntal solos. Ibrceuse, by Delbrück and Souvenir by Krandanoss; Mrs. .1. Yoknn. santr the "('radio Sons" by Vannah: Mrs. Victor Paxson pave a paper in the form of a story on 'Health. Hygiene and Diet for AH Members of the Family" and Mrs. F. I. Situs road a paper on "Prob lems of Dress for IliKh School Girls ami the Kffeel of Dress on Their Character Development." During the roumi table discussion of the lej.i.rts from the Kokonio convention on subjects of home economics, Mrs. II. I). Coon made a motion which was seconded by Mrs. A. Iirrabee, that th club Interest itself In mak ing possible uniform dress for hiffh school Kirls. It was unanimously voted that the club appoint a com mittee of I" to visit the mothers of the pirls who graduate in Juno to ask their cooperation In making pos sible uniform dress. "Uniform Dress Phis Character" is the slogan adopt ed. Mrs. F. L. Sims. 21 S YV Marion st.. will entertain the department at hr home Nov. 'l. A ordial invi tation has been issued to the general c!ub members. Mrs. J. I!, nirrtsell. ..11 W. Colfax .iv.. entertained '(" members of the Woman's Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church at her home Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The devotional were led by Mrs. 11. l Harris. The third chapter of tho tudy book. "Trees and Men." was ii-iussed by Mrs. II. K. Westervelt -1 Miss C'narlotte Partridge ave a ! port of th- lirnie mission topics and Miss Gertrude Brown, the for iirn missionary soci ty topics which v.crc dwelt upon at tho synodioal i, rtinir hel4 at Frankfort in Oeto- e-. l'ollowin the roprram refrcsh . !-T.ts were served to 10 quests by assistant hostesses who were v;s C. II. Meyer-. Mrs. II. M. Crow avd Miss Anna Stantield. Mrs. C. IT. 'A'inkirr, 412 N. .Michigan St.. will he : .'ess at tho next meetinc: which i'i be held Der. .". whn the annual :h.rtks olferinc: will be i:iven. U'he Woman's society of tho First ,iptist church he'd a ndssionary ineetinir Friday afternoon at the .Mime of Mrs. W. D. Hildidtrand. 62." 1:iersii i dr.. at which there were :'. ii members present. Mrs. F. S. Dais lir the dovotiona's. Mrs. W. H. Schock. Mrs. It. W. I'lemintr. Mrs. Fetor Cloethal jiul Mrs. I?. X. Honey read papers on missionary topics. Mrs. Frank KoUertson. of the civic and philan thropy department of the I'roprrss club, spoke on "Amerlc anzation" here in this city and asked the so ciety to cooperate. A committee omprised of Mrs. I. S. Davis and Mrs. Carrie Meyers was appointed to assist in the work. Mrs. U. C. Turk. 51." Dubail aw, will entertain the members Nov. 21. Personals Mrs. Elmira I Itigelow. of Dun dee. Mich., who has been visiting friends in the city for several weeks, has returned to her home. Mrs. E. K. Sutton, of St. Joseph. Mich., will spend the v ck-eriil here with friends. Mrs. (Jeorge T. Thorward. of Cleveland, Ohio, is visitintr her mother. Mrs Caroline Fohafer. F -rest a v. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon liiMwm. of Mrenci. Mich., who are on their way home from an extended west ern trip, are the guests of Mrs. E. Jay Smith. 2 . E. South st. Mrs. E- B- Hamilton of Lyons. N. Y.. who his been the guest of her sister, Mrs. John I.ayton. 4'.". S. St. Jeserh will have Tuesday f.r Los Angeles, Ca'.if.. where she will .. nd the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Tarey rf Wilmington. IV! u aro the cues! s i.; W. A. llafn.r. l't.: W. Colfax a v. 16-YEAR-OLD RUNAWAY SENT BACK TO HOME John '.'rus'is. lr- ars edd. b t" t hi, h.-me in Michigan City Friday. Hej was headd fur the far w.-st. Early; Saturday morning- the hoy wa' found by th- police, and ent back J home. He promised the police that j he wubi r.ot run away again. J The ;ir.!::;:;! r.i.-tir.c ..f the St. J-t-jh ci-ur.ty 1. i . T r ArM-ritn 1 1 , Cr ss wli: 1 i:i tlw Cham: -,t of ("iMiimtTrf a in! i t r i u m V' !:i s(l.iy. NOV. 1-, 'it o I'- Alvt SCCJ-ll A n nouncemen ts The members of the Schuyler Re b kali lodtre. No. "'., will entertain their families at a pot-lurk supper Tuesday evening at o'rlork. Members of the otip.-n Ksther cir-( le of the First M. F. church will no i t Monlay e. ninj; at 1 o'clock at the home of Miss .Urah Witwer, 101 I S. Michigan st. The mothers of Flder school dis trict will meet at the school build in ur Wednesday afternoon at ?,: 'lock. A speaker has been secured to address the meeting. Mrs. William F. Shirley and Mrs. .1. A. Harris will have charge of the program at the meetinir of the art department of the Progress club to be held in the club rooms Monday afternoon at ?.'.'.",( o'clock. Stere optics will be employed in illustrat ing the program. Tlie direetors of the St. Joseph Hospital Aid society will meet at the hospital Tuesday afternoon at " t 'cloc k. The last rehearsal before the Frc re.ss Choral club appears at the general ciub in-etinr, Nov. will be held in the club rooms Monday afternoon from 4 to 5 o'clock. MISS HARRIET VITTUM TO GIVE LECTURE HERE Miss Harriet Vittum of Chicago, who will be presented at the ceneral meeting of the South Hend Woman.-7 club Monday niuht by the current history department, is a recognized authority on America niza n and will brin to South ltend many help ful ideas aloni; that lino In her ad dress on "America, the New Father land." For the past few years" Miss Vit tum. although a prominent lawyoi of Chicago, has trlven her entire time to war and Americanization work. She is at present head resi dent of tho Northwestern university sotlement house at Noble and Au gusta sts., Chicaeo. Miss Vittum is alo an authoress and is considered a splendid orator by those who have heard her. MUSICIANS' UNION TO GIVE DANCE ON DEC. 10 The second annual pranri ball of. tho South Hend Musicians' I'redec-' tive association, local 27S, will bo; Kiven Wednesday niuht, Dec. 10., The affair will be held at Turner hall because of the size of tho dance, tloejr, and w ill bo iven as a benefit for tho sick and relief fund of the! association. ; Dancini: will start at o'clock,' music to he- furnisheel by Frederick- 1 sun's seven piece orchestra which will be augmented at 10 o'clock by 20 pieces "which will play until t o'clock. The committee in charge of tho affair, from whom tickets may be secured includes Harry de is, Jo-' seph Korn, Fay Bloss, Henry Deck-, er. Arthur 1'rederickson. Robert I draham, Peter Shaubrocck and deorpe Taylor. THREE SPEEDERS FINED IN THE CITY COURT Three speeders were lined ?5 and costs in city court Saturday morn inr. ami one mnn was fined the same amount for passing a street car with his motorcycle while the street cat was discharging: passengers. Those fined for speeding are Wolf Zehiss. 1011 1-2 S. Franklin st., and James Kureuyak. S12 Elm St. Robert Sylvester. 201 W. Joseph st., Mishawaka was given the fine for passing- the street car. ANNUAL INSPECTION OF NORMAN EDDY W. R. C. Mrs. Jennie Wolf of Hammond, Ind., ronductetl the annual inspec tion ef the Norman Eddy W. K. C, No. 1. at the K. of 1 hall Friday. Iteports frm the listriet convention were heard hy Mrs. IMith R Miller. president f Hie corps. ind Ms. Mol- lie Bradley, treasurer. Interesting remarks w e re made by tho newly elected district president. Mrs. Julia K. Smith of the Anten W. U. C and th insrpcr. A "Yienic dinner was served at noon follower! by the meeting at 2::'C o'clock. A social hour was enjoyed after the meeting during which ro fresbni'T.ts were served to r0 g-;,'sts. incl '.dim: Is mtmbcrs of tho Aulen w. n. c. 0. E. S. INITIATES At the meeting f t';e u b r of Eastern Star held Thür..1. y n' -r.t at the Masonic temple init:. I t.' wurk w;.s given to 12 candid;.:. y th pa: matrons. Mrs. ("vm Th-ov. . ct-d as matron, and w -s :.s- ' i by F is: Patron J. J. Hat:. ; : i. r. Mrs. Mary Vitou was a 'y.-: matron; Mrs- Mary Kre''!.' .'n- ductre-ss; Mrs Uila Kus, x.-is.a r.t conductress; Mrs. Anna L.: r' secre tary: Mrs. Elizabe th V v. treasurer: Mrs. Myrtl - -j-.. marshal: Mrs. Emma Hut-.:. Aaih: Mrs. V.iv.v'-x M.uul Swirls w i mar.. Kvthcr; Mrs. Mi,- 4 . 1. . in. tr 1. M-irtha; Mrs Anna Arch-, r. K'vc'.x: Mr. H.ittio WrU. ch.-tt.'.ii!!. :tr..t Mrs. Winni.- Iviw- ; r ncy. w.inli r. Mi.-. Thor;..- was iro.-.-nt-.! with ;i l-ou-'mt of .-hrys.irr hniums. tho Kift i" th-" .jMiors. Mrs. Itoonor. j.is! Kranl tr.atri f N w Mexico. wis tlie pu'st. Follnwin.: tho rue.tinjT a two course luncheon was t- oil !i C :-:u sts In two weeks the onler will i:ive a j'icnic suji'm r at 6: "clock h.w.il by the initiation of another '.in,'!' class at i o'clock- Revelations of a Wife Their Second Honeymoon BY ADELE GARRISON. what tiii: irnsoNs at Tin: i.nn di:cii)i:d to do with m.mh'i:. I shrill always bo proud that I ut tered no outcry when I felt the thrust of the needle deep into tho fle.h of my arm, and thus was able successfully to deceive Mine. Hofor and her associates. I had read some wh're that, such a tst if applied to real morphia, stupor would result only in a movement of the arm. that there would bo no outcry, and the memory of the statement Hashed across ray brain as it is said memo ries come to a drowning person. Of course I wasn't able to control a wince, but I managed to continue the movement 50 that it appeared to be a drowsy withdraw of the arm. Secure in the belief that there was no physician or nurse present a onviction I deduced from tho fact that no one had lifted my eyelids and p red at the pupils, tlie first test ef penuine morphia stupor I even ventured an indistinct murmur of "Let me alone, ' as I moved my head sliKhtly and bertn to breathe still mere stertorous!. "She's eloped all rieht." affirmed the same voice that had advisod the needle test. I had no reason for my conjecture-, but was sure that the voice belonged to the ferret-faced youth who had shown his noteboek contain'.ntr my description as I be lieved to his neighbor after I en tered the dining-room. "What shall we do with her?" It was a woman's voice that put the question. A deep voice rolled out a puttural sentence, which I gathered to be a Herman version of the old proverb, "Dead men tell no lies." A 'oM-IlIox.leiI Discussion. "No, no!" Mmo. Hofer almost shrieked. "I will not have that. She lives tlown Cresthaven v;n, in Mar vin, I think. She will bo missed. We shall all hanff. Hosides. I do not like all this killing business." "You are a milksop, Sophie,' an other woman said contemptuously. "What is the life of a baby-face like this when it interferes with what we are doins for tho fatherland?" "I may he a milksop, but I am not a schweino butcher," Mme. Hofer answered angrily, mixing German anel Kntrlish in her excitement, "and I oll you I will have no murder." 'Who's talking about murder?" snarled the voice which I was sure belonged to the ferret-i'aced man. "We know this dame's in the secret service, and the man who wrote out the description which put me wise to her is mighty anxious to have a little interview with her asrain. I don't know what tho row is, but he's been watching- for her for seme time, says he has a nice little score to set tie with hrr." I turned faint with horror, almost ARRESTS POOL ROOM OWNER FOR LETTING BROTHER PLAY GAME Patrolman Augaist Do Von objects to his 17-year-old brother, Arce, fre eiuestinpr potd rooms. The policeman's objection to this sort of pastime- for his brother has resulted in the arrest of Joseph Choka. a W. Washington a v. pool and billiard room keeper. Choka was placed on trial in city court Saturday morning-. The police man's brother and two other boys, Arthur Kovac, 1C years old. and Ernest Reynolds. 17 years old, told Judge Cilmer that they had spent much time eluring- the past few months in playing- pool In Chcka's place. The DeYos boy said that Choka once had orde red him out of the place, but that he went back and played. The case was continued to Mon day. The defense asked that. the af fidavit acrainst the le'fendant bt quashed, and .Tudo Gilmer gave the lawyers until Monday to argue the motion to quah. DELINQUENT INCOME TAX PAYERS HAVE ONE MORE CHANCE TO PAY Delinquent income tax payers have still one more opportunity to make their return and have the penalty removed, was decide-d at the meeting- of tho agents from the local district at a meeting- held Saturday mornin.' in Ilovem: Commissioner P. J. Kruver's orllce. Agents from Michigan City. Coshen. Liporte and Plymouth were in attendance at tlie meeting and the list of tax payers who have made returns and thosrt who are due to mak returns and hav not we're compared. It was .'.id- th.'.t thos-- who are delin Vi: who make their return '. ': re an ot!;oer calls upon them :t;l! have the tine and percent iv r--is removed- Arrangements for round in? up the - delinquents - - rr a!s. made at the meeting. LAST CAR OF ARMY FOOD DELIVERED THROUGH P. 0. ThA tinn! car of army f- l it"i fi'. .r l.T il for local p.?.j.l,. through th los! otlco arrival Frilay. Tt was at on-'e transf. rr ! to thr ;-kot theo where it was checkol over imn;e.Uitfly elivore.l to :!..- own rs. It Include.! reast l.eef, corn he' f. as. corn, cherries :ir.l can ned ctiods of all kir.ils look ovi:i:. Toda is the last day to buy books three for SI. The Hook Shop 124 S. Michigan st- 3337-S Advt. forgetting my heavy brcathinc in tho terror of knowing that mr fears wore true, that the man with tho scarred hand was still nursing- his venge ance against me. Hut the ferret faced man was talking- again, and I put down my terror with the grim determination to act my part as worthily as I could. How I kept up my pretence of stupor, ;-nd at tho same time missed no necessary word of the dialogue, is a mystery to me. Fortunately, the ferret-faced youth or the voice which I believed to be his after his first sentence or two, used English, and as he appear ed to be the leader and principal speaker, my task was not so hard as if all the conversation had been in German. Tie Her up Well." "We don't have to hurt her at all." went on the voice, speaking-, or rath er murdering. English. "Just toss her into one of your upstairs rooms. Sophie, and let her wait there until wo all get safely away. I'll tip off the guy that's so interested in her just where she is, and after that wo don't know nothin'. Fee? It ain't none of our business what ho does." "You forget," the eleep vence which had advocated my death said slowly, "that we cannot all get safe ly away so quickly. There are mes sages that must be sent tonight from here, otherwise you know what fails. No matter what happens, the wire less must work tonight. It means a thousand swine in the butcher shop." His tone was pregnant with a monstrous menace, all the more her riblo to .me because I couldn't fa themi his meaning- I who was help less in the face of this awful hidden peril to my country! "What's eating- you, Grandpa?" the ferret-faced youth replied im pudently. "I happen to be tho puy that has to operate that wireless, and I don't want more than one or two of you to stick with mo anyway, just enough to put the plant out of com mission when we get through, and fight our-way out if anybody gets next before about three o'clock to morrow morning-. which I don't think anybody will. You said yo-u didn't think anybody knew where this dame was, didn't you, Sophie, a while ago?" "She said her husband was out of town." Mme. Hofer replied, and with a vag-ue glimmering- of hope I thought I detee ted distinct sulkiness In her voice. "She probably won't be misseel before rising- time tomor row morning-. "And by morning- we'll all bo far, far away," said the ferret-faced youth. "Grab her up, Otto; you're the strongest. Carry her up 1o the room Sophie shows you and lock her in. And remember. Sophie, no chicken-hearted stunts now. Tie her up well." NEW SCHEDULE AND NEW CARS IN SERVICE ON ONE LINE SUNDAY Three of the new one-man can will be operated on the Michigan st. line beginning- Sunday, I E. Hollar, superintendent of transportation, announced Saturday morning. It was originally planned by the com pany to install one-man service on the Miami and Michigan st. lines simultaneously but inability to Ket the cars has caused the change in plan. Company orlicials assign the coal strike, with its accompanying difficulty in shipping, as the cause for the delay in receiving- the remaining- five cars ordered. The installation o.f the one-man cars will mean a 10-minute service for the Michigan line South bound cars will leave the station at the hour, 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 minutes after the hour and the north bound cars will leave the end of Michigan st. at b", 23, .10, 45. and live min utes after the hour. Two green liphts on each end of the car. near the top, will differentiate the Michi gan car from the Miami car which is to be distinguished by white lights. Commencing Monday a tripper servic is to be installed on the Ein coln way W. and Portage line which will mean a seven-minute; service between Cottage (trove av. on Por tage and Elaine av. on Lincoln way W. between the hours of 11:C7 a. m. and 1:01 p. m. ami 4:37 p. m. and fl:22 p. m. The trippers going in each elireciion will leave tho sta tion at .17. 32, 7 and 22 minutes aft er the hour. BOYS UNDER TWELVE TO HAVE GYMNASIUM WORK Tl:e acccitance of l-oys under 12 years oM for classes in gymnasium coi!is was one of the decision? reached at tlie conference of Y. M. C A. department heads and direc tors h. Id at Camp Eberhart Friday. Hoys of this ajre. up to the present time have never been taken for phy sical traininc, hut following a dis cussion on the subject. it was de c:k'l that hoys under 12 years wore in need of the training and a cyranasi'iin course for them is be-iri'-T arranged. The classes will be uru'er tlb"- refill r physical director? of the institution. l : i :c, nr. iz i : c la ss r:s. Reorganization of th-- men's Ihble cla---."S was the main subject at the r:; n's meotimc at the Hope Presby trriau church Friday r.Uht. Pr. liobert Saxn-an. an assistant to Dr. House, pave an address on "Recon struction. More than C members were present at the meeting, p.e fnshments were srvf-d and a mu sical program enjoyed. The Lighter Side In the Day's News SPOKANE. Wash. While Mr. and Mrs. Earl Haynes, newly weds, attended a funeral land lord leased their rooms. He leased the wedding presents too, they charg-e and they ;.re suing him for $1,000. ALHAN'Y, Ore. Chim May lias soM his laundry ami is oinir hack lo China Ixvcatw lie sas lie ouhl only -'cutcliutrt S1,0M in 10 years." SAN FRANCISCO "Instead of rocking- tho baby he spent his evenings shaking- the "shimm," Mrs. Ada Gray testifier.. Judge Sturtevant gave her a divorce. KANSAS CITY, Mo. Marked money and f" bottles of narcotics tended to show that I. W. V. Smith, cliarfred Avlth violation of the Harrion anti-narcotic law, pre-scrilx-d for "Charles Chaplain" and Messe James." EAST ST. LOUIS, III. A poat saw his reflection In a mirror in a showcase here and decided ti "et the other fellow." Dam ages to the building- 3300. L0WDEN FOR PRESIDENT IS ILLINOIS SELECTION I'y 1 nitod Press : SIItIXOFIEED, III., Nov. S. Here is the Illinois republican presi dential ticket: For president, Gov Frank O. Lowdon. Illinois. Fur vice president. Gov. Calvin Coolidge, Massachusetts. Announcement of the selection was made here last nicht by Con gressman W. A. Kodenburg-, at a banquet under auspices of the Re publican Editorial association of Illi nois. A seven-minute demonstration by republicans of all factions fol lowed the announcement. Chairman Will II. Hays of the na tional republican committee, made the keynote speech of the evening hut avoided personalities. He had no part in the selection of tlit- Illinois ticket. RECOVER $50,000 WORTH OF STOLEN U. S. BONDS Hv Fnited Frcss: CLEVELAND, O., Nov. S. Fifty thousand dollars of Liberty bonds. part of the loot of $178,000 in bonds stolen by Benjamin Binkowitz. Wall st. messender, were recovered here by New York and Cleveland Uetec- ties and today they were hunting for another $30,000 worth. No arrests were made in connec tion with the recovery. Detective John Daley, New York, who traced the bonds to Cleveland, said $100, 00 0 worth of the bonds were taken to Cleveland but that half of the amount was slipped out of the city shortly after the hunt was taken up here. EXAMINES APPLICANTS FOR NAVY AT LAP0RTE Chief Commissary Steward Albert son of the navy recruiting- station left for Laporte Saturday where he went to examine several applicants. Ho announced that a thorough campaign for the navy would be started throughout northern Indiana, ('unner's Mate Smith is now on a trip to Wakarusa, Bremen and Go shen in answer to inquiries from those towns. APPEALS LOITERING CASH. Stanley Kotears appealed a line of $T. and costs from Judge Gilmer to superior court Saturelav. Kottears was convicted of loitering- in tho city court and his line had been fixed by the court at $5. He im mediately filed an appeal bond and carried the action to the county court. APPEALS ACCOUNT CASK. John V. Reynolds appealed a judg ment of $10 and costs from city court Saturday in action brought against him by Miller Guy. Suit was filed on acVunt by Guy and the judge found for the plaintiff in the amount-of $10. WILL HAYS TALKS. SPRINGFIELD. 111., Nov. S. Will II. Hay?, chairman of the National committee of the republican party, speakins? before tho Republican Edi torial association of Illinois, Friday i ni'-rht. urped peace time "patriotism which moves men to make thrir country's welfare their own busi ness," in obtaining good govern ment and solving present problems i which he termed largely economic. AWAIT IX.nWCTIO.Y ACTION. CHICAGO, Nov. 7. As the !irt week of tho soft coal strike ended Friday nis-'ht with production gener ally paralyzed in union mines, trans portation affected and virtual war time regulations in fore4, both op erators and miners awaited develop ments In the government's injunction proct cdins. The red trousers which were form erly a part of French military uni form were introduce.! v,y Napoleon to encourage t!io cultivation of mad '".c: root, th.rn the chief source of thit color. Holland and Italv had j :iHr-opoliz-d the trade, until Xnpo- If-or.. I'y chanim- the color of the soldiers' trousers, stimulated French i interest in it. Then came the Ger man che!i:ical dye discoveries, and thereafter French trousers were col rei with German dyes. And then ime the war, and German dyes lost bcir monopoly m Chrysanthemums Today only 20c and 25c each of Style and Quality Combined with the lowest price possible. Broken lots of different makes of men's Shirts in cotton poplin and madras, with narrow or wide dark stripes and patterns. These Shirts usually sell for $1.65 and $2.00, but we have decided to close them out at to do our Gloves Gloves for dress in finished or unfinished kid. Gloves to wear to work, in jersey cloth or knit. Finished or unfinished kid gloves $2.00 to $4.50. Cloth Gloves. 39c, 59c and 69c. Knit gloves, 75c pair. Leather work gloves, 85c and $1.00. Leather and cloth combina tion mittens, 85c and $1.00. Canvas gloves, 15c pair, or 2 pair for 25 c. 4 The Aeolian-Vocalion AT WHEELOCK'S AT WHEELOCK'S Victor Records of "Listen, Lester" 35691 Gems from "Listen, Lester" Victor Light Oper- Company Gems from "Somebody's Sweetheart" Victor Light Opera Company 12 inch. List price $1.35. The "Gems from 'Listen, Lester " include: Chorus, "Show a Little Something New;" Tenor Solo, "Ohl You Sweet Stuff;" Soprano and Trio, "When Shadows Fall;" Duet, "I'd Love To," and Soprano and Chorus, "Waiting.' Those from "Somebody's Sweetheart" are: Chorus, "Twinkle;" Baritone Solo, "On Wings of Doubt;" Duet, "In the Old-Fashioned Way," Tenor Solo, "Girl of My Heart," end Chorus, "It Gets Them All." These two musical comedies are the pick of their season. They made the lights of Broadway lighter for months and they will be no less illuminating in your own home when heard by way cf the Victrola. A-sk to hear "Waiting" from "Listen, Lester." Record 45 1 64. Sung by Lambert Murphy. Come in and hear the New Victor Records for November George H. Wheelock & Company DEATHS U II'T.IAM IUI. I.MAN. William Ilillman, 70 years old of Elkhart. Ind., died Friday morninp at the home of his son, Dr. W. U. Hillmar., 1043 Portage av., this city. followir.g an illness of live days of pneumonia. Mr. Hillinan was a re tired farmer and was born in Ger many, oomintr to 1-iporte count, from there where he has lived for the past 53 years. He is survived by the following sons and daughters: Dr. W. H. Ilillman of this city; F. W. Ilillman of Elkhart; J. A. Hill man of Toledo; L. F. Ilillman f Iowa City, la.; Mrs. Elmer McKes son of Toledo and Mrs. Andra Mar vel of Pendleton, Ind. The funeral services will be held at the residence of Dr. Hillman at 2 o'clock Punrtay afternoon. Rev. Russell L. Phillips oriiciatir.. The rody may be viewed .between the hours of 10 and U' o'clock Sunday mornin?. Burial will be in Patron cemetery at Laporte, Ind. The heathen may teach us some-thin-,' r.fter all. The Foochow Mis sionary hospital. China, removed a larpe s;e l splinter from the eyeball of a nr tive. One hundred dollars is the co-t of such an operation, hut the man was poor, and the f o was ::;od at Tho native jiroduecd SO con's, sayinsr that ?2 for r-:aov-inc suc h a small piece t,f el .va tntirelv- too much. ' A f.ourishincr indus'ry newly ari- r. . anon? Teutonic nobility and the, ; military ari-toeracy, is the writing 1 C'f books of memoirs. l'or:r:f r!y the i most sj ncommui.icative of classes. I they are now the most vohib'.e. Hi tif' .-' - - iJ X, fit:'. V X:' r t share towards reducing the hith cost k JlJ Tan ßzofrjs&r &or town plays your favorite music as you MUSIC SALON KKOrlt'OF GOOD CLOTHS WLm joo think, cf Ilcvm-ri-ur-nLshlru, think of "Hlor.- ADLER BROS. On 3flchljran at Winfton Since iSft. thii crom: poi 3ikn anj r Union Truil Comjay J ifxclLtri tor t- ortv-fccr c c- J i - Eyc-3 by H. 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