Fort Wayne Daily News from Fort Wayne, Indiana on March 11, 1914 · Page 10
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Fort Wayne Daily News from Fort Wayne, Indiana · Page 10

Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 11, 1914
Page 10
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itijTiii i niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw - w rPljW OT - VW PSST w it1 iSH tJ1 JO im the For1 wayne dXily new i Wednesday March FRUIT LAXATIVE IF CONSTIPATED TAKE CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS BEST LIVER AND BOWEL REGULATOR FOR MAMMA DADDY AND CHILDREN If Joure hendaihv constipated 111 - loun or stonuch Ik disordered Hnd Sou natit lu nj the nicest t and bowel draining um eier experienced tnke a tablnstwonful or Calliornld Sjrup rig lonljijl L - id In the morning iill the toimtipailoii poison Idle and rlogccd - up nste will gently uoe out ot the slem without griping and Aon will feel splendid lAetv member of the family should use this fruit laxuthe an occasion de - rnandt It Id itlrt as effertlo for grandpa as It Is for babv It tlmply cannot Injure Kvtn eioss tick feer - Ish children just loe Its pieuaaut taste and mothers can rest easy after ghlng it because it never falls to effect a good Inside ckaiuslng for thirty years California Srnp of Has lias bten recommended by libs sklana ai tha Ideal btoniach Jler and bowel cleanser Millions of fam - Mies flho aie well informed use nothing eUe but meiuly therj ias ome a flood of spurious fig ssrups bo we nuln the pniflto to aU plainly at drug stores lor n SO cent bottle of Califoi - ula Sjnip of 1IK nl eo that It Is pirporcd bv California Klg SstuP fnmpunv We make no cheaper slse Hand tack an iounteifeU ltll con - timpt H fciety 1 f Continue lrom Psae To Miss KdHh hub iiiiii of Ss Itun avenue Is lHiinir with fiimds In Chicago Miss Nina Mesninuii letumed lodav f I oiii a visit of sevinil monthi In laton Rapids Mkli Sirs K liliilin of Wosi lieirv slicpt Is uniting Willi lebilhcs In Uilleviie Mis Hose I Si Iiii v uf South Calhoun street left vesKidas ni u visit with relnllves In lld - t 111 Ind Mis homai N Mven f Wbler Street is spending a tew weeks with relatives In New ork Cits Mis KWcv KoeslM of West JelTerin treet Is enteitalnlng bcr niece Mlis Katherlne Dnvle of Canton O Mrs II C Klmcife und son MeMlle f lluntliiKton die Kpendlnic a fen dajs with Mrs fleurgi ZhuhhIi Mr Jiimes Calluhmi of Conneaul I Is vislflnx with Is ons Irank and Stephen tillaliin for a few diss Rev D T Williams has gone to Sjraeus N Y to spend several weeks with his daughter Mrs Levant Klllott Miss Lerlha Bnhn has it turned to her home In nn Welt after visit of several vvteks with Init Wasne lrlends The Hednesdav ilqlj was pleasniillv entertained this afternoon bv Mrs J K Wing at her home on Wist irighton avenue Miss Sue Copporl and Miss Iteba Jtckson it - turned Monduv fioin a months visit with lelitlves In Columbus and Portsmouth The meeting of the Uikestde Parent - TWVr association which was lo have been held this week lias been postponed to Thursday March IV Mrs Rose Addlngton has returned o her home In ndianapolls after a Visit with Mrs Rose Seanev Mrs - K Swain and other relatives in this city MIsb Mertha Chaska who has been spending the past few wteks with relatives In IiufTalo N Y has returned home act onpanled by her aunt Mrs HlBtklMm9f - Mrs Mrs E R Mjers of Wildwood avenue Is entortalnlng her mother Mrs C W Adons of Alexandra Ind and a cousin Miss Shook ot Wai w Aaron who will remain for a visit at the Chaska home Mn Ii anils Baker who has been making his home In this city for the past several months left today for Newcastle Pa where lie will reside Mr and Mrs Edward Derlielmer ot Spy Run avenue are spending a few dava In Lafayette with Mr Herman JNusebauf a student at Put due unlver - any The Psthlaa Sisters circle will meet at the home of Mrs 0 V Adams 1308 Cnlon street on Thursday March 12 The hostess will be assisted by Mrs Brlce llaimony council Ko 2242 Knights and ladles of Sectulty will give a public pedro and masked ball In their hull ovvt the Star Iheuter on Thursday evening March It Mr and Mrs Joseph Miller ahd daughter Mlldied will go to South Uend tomorrow to attend a piano re cltal at St Mars - of - theWoods tomorrow evening in which their daughter Miss Irene u student at the academy will take part Mi Louis Dllllng was agreeably surprised by a donetl of his friends on Monday evening In honor ot his birth - das annlversars The guests enjosed an Informal soH of good time with gumes and music and late In the evening were served light refreshments Present were the Misses Elva McGuIre Beatrice MtCiea Jessie Armstrong Irflu Fetters Elsie Knapp Mrs Louis willing and Messrs ern Mptoiiougn WlnBtone Stone Donald Martin J C Knslgn Charles Ueiman and Louis Dllllng recent pans which was greatly en loved bv all who naitlUpated In It was the suipilse given Mr and Mrs I V TO lit thnl hnn In 1 1ai1 M C U1UI ttl i lift nwiuB if street by a number of their friends In honor of Mrs Warners nstat anniversary The evening was pleasantly spent and kf a late hour baskets which the guests had brought with Ihem well filled with Rood things to eat were opened mid a bountiful lunch was en joyed Mrs Warner was given a shower of orett gifts 4n honor of the occasion The guests were Otis Gender Warren Vaughn Miss Nora vaugnn Mr and Mrs 0 Waldo George White - man Hell davlord Virl Waldo Mr and Mrs Samuel Eender Mr and Mrs Roy Vaughn and sons Clarence and larl Mr nnd Mrs F it Gaylord and sons Geoige Woyne and Lester Mr and Mrs J W Snyder and daughter Mr and Mrs Kd Warner Mr and Mra Ray Vaughn Mr and Mrs John Kay and daughters Beatrice and Luclle Mrs Abble llapp ana miss J - ean iiapp In tha Churches Miss tna Dell Bern - the contralto soloist Is drawing large audiences In the evangelistic meetings now in progress at the West Crelghton Avenue Church of Christ Mlas Berry la at James M Gudger By Stlene Armstrong Harmon Manvtcongrefplonal women go ram palgning vi kh their husbands these dae ut few know a district as Mrs James M Ciudgtr knows the Pifleenth the continual nuetlng with old friends along the was They have sometimes been nut as long as three wetks on these trips ft hen In Ashevill Mrs Gudger takes an active pait In the musical district of North Carolina She Is as activities of the Community She her - famlllur with the names Of Its post - ottlcps as she Is with the alphabet 6he has heard politics talked at every crossroads school house and tounlry church at which Interested citizens of this same I lfteenth district are wont to gather for the ixproeslon of political opinion And she knows the majority for the past ten veals In her hints she knons the Voters and the post - offices All of wHUIi makes her a power with the people who have sent ber self possesses a mezso Soprano voice that gives great pleasure to her friends She Is a member of the womans club of Ashevllle and Is actively Interested In the Y KCA organization of that cits In Washington Mrs Gudgei belongs to the Congressional club She also finds time to keep up her D A R interests She Is an ardent follower of the D A R piesldent general Mrs William Cuminlnr Storv and la on the continental hall committee and the International peace and arbitration Mill Una Dell Berry ber best when singing sacred music and is a great factor in the evangelistic work There were eleven con verts Sunday and three more last evening bringing the number ofthe last eight davs up to twenty - seven The meetings will continue over next Sunday The south side division of the Ladles Aid society of the Krst M E church meets on Friday afternoon with Mrs J K Garwood SGI KJrinaird avenue Attend Malloys Millinery Opening tonight AMERICAN GIRL FAVORITE OF QtEN husband to lie lower house of congress committee of the national organisation for the pash ten sears In her hds band s district She has a reputation for the grrate - l political sagacity and for being an astute Judge of men and measuies More than that it Is often Bald of her there that her personal popularity has more than - once been a powerful factor In her husbands election to congress from a district in which republican opposition is ex - ceedlngls strung Campaigning with Mr and Mrs Gudger does not mean daihlng from town to town In an automobile b schedule time It means driving behind a fine span of horses along the beautiful rnadwava for which Ashevllle and Its environs are noted and At the annual coriv entlon of the Daugh ters held In Washington each spilng Mrs Gudger anally represents her home chapter Mrs Gudger laughingly confesses to great Interest and skill In pulmlstry Whether or pot this hoa anything to do with hes reputation as art astute judge of people It Would be hard to sav It Is certain however that when the look at sou sarchlngly takes sour hand palm upward in tiers and tells you the story M your life you have the cam soil of thrills for which when all the world was soung you cheerfully paid the fortune teller any - w here from CO cents to a dollar and a half The - incrwuinj - cott - of - Iiving doe not apply here You get more for your money IW1 A great big cake of most excellent soap Weigh it for quantity Try it Jror quality At your grocers MS - VFIVET LJSA rkstrrmbtmu J it T Hit f Jr r RMDtfOnBOwiiir 730 CALHOUN STREET o - A March Sale of New Spring Rugs We offer two inducements for you to select your pew Rug n6w before tlie - rush of tartly buyers and while our stock is complete First just one dollar paid now and the Rug you select is laid aside Aintil you want it Second the special prices many which are enumerated in this advertisement These are two inducements to purchase now Thp Rugs themselves are each and all woitny of a complete description but you can realize that it is impossible y I tR w A large assortment of fine genuine Wilton Bugs in small all - over figures mostly tan and brown a regular 4000 value sie Mj DEI 9x12 Each JOfiOd Wilton Velvet Hugs size 9x 12 seamless all small figured Vortu COO At 2720 Each iHd Seamless Wiltou Velvet our 25 quality sue C1Q DC 9x12 Each M3iUd Very Special Five patterns of1 Wilton Velvet extra heavy size Mi 12 worth S0 1645 One lot of Vehet Rugs size 9x12 a large assortment worth 1850 tf 1 QK Each 9WOO Body - Brussels Rugs size 9x12 in small all - over pat tern tan or brown M7 AJi Each ZliHu One lot medallion patterns only - ze 9x12 To 01 At close out e ach t P Axminstcr Rugs size 9x12 in oriental and small figured a very heavy rpialityj worth 3250 Each ytli Axminster Rugs size 9x12 a complete assortment of patterns worth QQ QC 2750 Each VtJiOJ Axminster Rugs our regular 2500 grade mostly oriental patterns size 9x12 tf 01 C Each tJULIitd Axminster Rngs all pur rugs regularly sold at 2250 size 9x12 oiiental and floral patterns f 17 QC Each iPlliUU Brussels Rugs size 9x12 all - wool nap close weave worth 1350 CO QC Each VUWW We carry a complete Assortment of sizes in all qualities Axminster Velvet and Brussels Rugs sizes 4V2x7 6 - 0x9 - 0 72x9 - 0 8i4xl0y2 9 - OxlOV 9x12 H14XI2 - 0 1114X13 12xl32 Specials on Linoleum Four yards wide heavy quality smooth surface CQ worth 75c a square jard uuu Two yards wide same quality as above worth 60c Q a square yard Hub Inlaid Linoleum two yards wide colors through to OQn back worth 115 a square yard 00li Extra heavy grade Inlaid Linoleum i very large assortment of tile and parquetry patterns a 150 grade for a square yard 117 4 W Bright WindowDraperiesiFor Dark Rooms vl IIBWtj rflfe Wm I In 1 iffiSslii mm r W r SImWI m 1 KMw IB np mmM lugmM 111 W9i Why shouldnt we let a little more of the cheery brightness of spring come into our darker rooms these days It is surprising what a little thought and money will do for the betterment of the home Our Lace Curtains and Draperies are reduced in price for pre - season selling just as the Rugs and Lin - oleums are - fcducftL IllMiMaMMMHMiiMHMiHVMiiMHSWMMMaMaMMillaHMMMMHMMMiilMMWMBMMMMMiaHilMMrt I 730 CALHOUN STREET f WOMENS JOBS ryii All OMAI A Neb March 11 Answer ing argumenta advanced by the antls that It women get the batlot the men will soon be crowded Out of their post - tions Mrs George W On ell promt fient auffraglst and temperance worker In an address In the city council chamber said r But how about positions as wn - vomen dishwashers dressmakers and all the other women positions which men hae invaded Every kind of a womans Job has been tackled by men except that of wet nurses and now even man - made baby foods take tne place of the original female brand SLIT SKIRT Show Too Many Faults qutn Saye P V c f M kkB I If n PARIS March 11 Because It shows too many faults the aut bmit m doomed In Paris Mme Panuln the fashion expert today assured the Pit - rlotlc League of French Women tht the open skirl woui nave w Patriotic league m6de a public protest agalnBt the tendency of present - day dress for women aiming their dlsap - proal pilnclpally at the slashed skirt 11 i I Judge 8peKt Case WASHINGTON March H - rPrepa - t - atlon of Iti report regarding the im - leacnmeni investigation ot ieaerai udge Speeer of Macon Ga was - be gun In earnest tcday by the house judiciary sub - committee Chairman Webb said the tub - committee had not voted whether It would recommend action against Bpeer and would not be able to complete Its report and digest of the evidence before a week or ten days Ttmptrance Leader Wants Reports The county temperance superintendent ot the Sunday School association requests all township superintendents to send In their report blanks to Mra Rldenbur by the first of April Instead ot the first of May By a process called fishing old houses can be readUy wired for electricity without disturbing the walls or plaster The wires are fished Up and down between the walla and floors A new set of neckwear nearly every day At leaBt four shipments every week Let the other stores keep their old ties Come hers for a new one JPATTERSONFLETCHER CO Attend MalIoys Millinery Opening tonight j 1 Austria-Hungary which not long ago was able to supply almost its en tire demand for grain has Ini recent years Imported considerable quantities Justin town a couple of weeks I am getting acquainted AI Hazzards Broadleaf Gold Seal Cigar COMB SAGE TEA IN HAIR TO DARKEN IT Its Grsndmothsrs Rstips to Locks Dark Glossy Thick keep THE MILLINERY STC - RE BEAUTIFUL OF FORT WAYNE 620 Calhoun Street Metgentheims 620 Calhoun Street The old - time mixture of Bage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray streaked and faded hair ll grandmothers treatment and folks are sgiln using ll lo keep their nair a wj color which s quite sensioie are living Jntan age when a youthful appearance is 01 me greaii Nowadays though w dont have the troullHotne task of gatlierlng the sage and the mussy mixing at home All drug stores sell the reeoy - to - use product called Wjeths Sage hd Bui - niur Hair Remedi for about 60 cents a bottle It Is cry popular because nobody can discover H Ijaa been applied pimply moisten our cojnb or a soft brush with It and oraw this through our hair taking one sflmu strand at a tlmw by morning the gray hair disappear but what delights the ladles with Wyfths Bage and Sulphur is that besides beautifully darkening the hair aftPr few ap nllestlons It also iirnduffs that soft lustre and appearance of abundance which is so attractive besides pre vents dandruff Itching scalp and fall lng hair Agents Meaer Bros - vo Bob Mrs Jono WsrA ni I - it mntf int Dortratt of I ths Hon Mrs John Ward th only Csuchter 0 tnt ii Mr lUti formerly American jambaaM - dodo London bUwai ridn Ms 23 1908 to ths Hon John Wwd tht West of Uti Dudleys four brothers 6h if PVor xmmjfBAkM THREE SAMPLE LINES OF TRIMMED HATS UNTRIMMED HATS AND FRENCH PLUMES We have purehsied from three of the larpist MANUFACTURERS sample linsa of 200 TRIMMED HATS 400 UNTRIMMED HATSAND TWENTY - FIVE DOZEN FRENCH OSTRICH PLUMES The word sample ought to assure THESE ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE MADE Thi sample Unas en sals Thursday only We advise early shopping NO C O D NO PHONES ONE HAT ONLY These Hats were made to sell for 198 to 298 On sale foKThurs - day morning only 100 Al - L wmm Untrimmed Hafe now on sale 8 p in to 1 p m 400 assorted Hemps Neapolitan brands and Milans in black and All New SPRING i COLORS 10c MAGIC 25c ERAS1VE FLUID Psaltivsly WilliRimcvs GEEASE PAINT OILS ETC r rem Silk or Woolen Ooodi and from Leather or Oanrani Bhoes lOo AND 25o BIZBE Fr Ssls b All DsalirsT r TfffzS L EXTRA SPECIAL FOR TRIMMEDHAT SECTION OjiStPMtoSftM too BampleVTrjmmed Itetsj the prlfJ inal copies are worth 1300 toIU00 These samples ornrt AQ sal Thursday aft 3s0 rnoon only f t h y ir T THURSDAY 1 P M TO P3I - 25 DOZEN BEAUTIFUL ASSORTED UFRENCILJLUMES - fn lackwhite and all the springes hevv - vesc6lorsllyJtolBinchesipng o io lv incnea wiae Anis nume you can no r duplicate elsewhere less - j than 198 to 298 on r sale for Thursdayprnl jfoC yv - m p VMwv - isssflHsw 4 MmwmL XSkjmWaXnkSkJk mrmgii sUddsQsTsl n - i i

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