The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette from Fort Wayne, Indiana on May 27, 1913 · Page 8
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The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette from Fort Wayne, Indiana · Page 8

Fort Wayne, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 27, 1913
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' f THE FQRT WAVNE JOURNAL - GAZETTE TUtOAY MOKNINO, MAY ZT, 111V EMPRESS THEATRE I MATINEE TO - DAY 2i30 1,000 Saata . lOo Paw, ISO "LA 80MNAMBULE" Th Sanaatianal of V.ud.vllla ft Othar Bright Faaturaa ' Ht ' "" ',mart tfi? nuB TMvr moocu In CT.IT1 , j& yotfte ready to ff fly ba fitted, you ,GVJ e Vaowr you'll gat SiJb ; Wff BgHt sort Sj SJjgJSJ of aervioe here. fSTy deeietif Views Mr and lln John I Hanna ar - 1 York cltjr and (all on Saturday for rtta on Friday to vlalt tnair moiner, Mrs Martha B. Hanna, of Wcat Barry street Mra tMlrott Kelaon haa. raturnad from a vlalt with relative. In Chicago Mlaa Margaret Hanna leavea Boon for Inland, Mloh., to open her cot - taaa for the eumraer. Mr and Mra H. P Mayera and Mr. and Mra H. Wefel have returned from a ahort vlalt at Dunkirk, O. Mra Minnie Srhnetta and daughter Emma have returned from a vlalt In Chicago. Mra Edward Reed, of Auburn, la the irueat of her parenta, Mr and Mra Tlnkham, of Weat Third atreet. Mlaa Maude Snyder haa returned from a ahort vlalt with frlenda In Payne, O. ihrsy' - r worth it! fall of aroart now model In you'll hut the atria yowwant Aod when yotf"re ready to ba fitted, you Icaow you'll gat the) Bght sort f aervioe here. WaBt - Orer haoav fitted with an accurate' lonowiedga of uat what ahapa ia neceaaanr I o a - Tve - wM the atmoat in icemfort and aatiefaction. You lr like the way wa iatteat' - you. Come in. Aak for 1078. WALK OVER BOOT SHOP 813 Calhoun Street. ! Mrs William Moreland and daugh ter Florence have returned to their horn In Muncle. after a short visit' In the city with Mra. Charles More - land. Branch ft 68 I. C B. A, will give a pedro party and dance at their as - letnbiy room on eanesaay evening. Mr. and Mra. J. B. Zimmerman have returned from a vlalt with Mr. and Mrs. William Ort In Chicago. The Woman's Royal Moose circle will give a public pedro party In Its hall on the comer of Washington and Calhourt streets on Wednesday after - Mrs. C O Fox and family, of Taylor street, are the guests of Mr Arnold. Wyss at Huntington. Europe. They ex Dec t to spend several months In Paris. with her sister Mrs. tCrnest Blcknell has returned to her home In ashlngton, D. C, after a ahort lalt In the city with her son and hie wife, Mr. and Mrs Scott C. Blcknpll, of Wild wood A number of affairs are being given In honor of Miss Helen Morris who will be married on June 4th to Mr Bernard Moore Jones, of - Richmond, Vs. Mrs James Lockerman Taylor, Jr.. la Issuing Invitations to a tea hlch she will give at her home on slater, MIps Jeannette Nelson, Peoria, III., have Invited a few friends of Miss Morris to call Informally to Mr. and Mrs Martin H. Pranger, of Luicago, are guests or the formers parents, Mr and Mrs. Henry tranter, 611 Archer avenue, Mr and Mra Van B Perrlne, Mr. and Mrs M J fillts and Mr, and Mrs. Dan Beers arrived home last evening from an automobile tour of western Ohio. The trip as made In Mr Perrlne s new six - cylinder Speedwell car. in wmcn the part) started rrom uay - ton Friday, going south as far as Cincinnati. and Mrs. EL A. SordletL of Perry township, entertained the fol lowing - mends at dinner sunaay: Mr and Mrs George Budd, of Noble county; Mr and Mrs. H. O. McDulTee, of Eel Rter township; Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDulTee and son. Lee, of Contln mat, u , Superintendent Johnston nd wife, of county farm; Mra. Sarah Baker. Mrs. Hsrrlet Jarvls. from Crestline, O , Misses Men ton McDuffoe, unioe Budd, u lady a jonnaton, Jennie McDulTee and Martha McDuffee. Messrs John McDulTee, Paul Egolf and Milton McDufTee. Scott's Tissue Towels SAVE WORK In the Kitchen In the Pantry In the Toilet Lin the Laundry 35c the Roll. Ml55 pftKNUEC :Take Care of Your Furs NOW Store them In our vault constructed especially for the storage of valuable. HATES Very Moderate. Call or Telephone Us. First National Bank For those popular ruches; guaranteed waterproof, moisture - proof; ill colors; yard 2&o (Add to if by mU) G. A. DEHM Inst Saturday evening In honor of Miss Garnet Fry, who will be married, In June to Mr. Clarence D. Jacobs, of Huntington. The house was attravtlvely decorated In green and white snowballs and dogwood being used and fifteen, young ladles spent the evening with their needle work. Elegant refreshments were served during the evening - and the table was decorated with a bowl of roses. The honor guest's place was marked with a corsage bouquet of white roses and ahe received a "picture shower This evening Miss Grace iiinee win give a party at her home, on West Crelgh - ton avenue, In honor of Miss Fry. Miss Oro Perfect and Mrs. Guy Perfect of Huntington, are making a short visit with relatives In the city. r. C A. Grimes left yesterday for New Tork city, where he has gone i a business trip. Mr. snd Mrs. LeForgee and, daugh ter. Miss Valette LeForgee left yesterday for their home In Decatur, 111 - after a short visit with Mr. and Mra. B. C. Rurode. of West perry street The Orphans' Home dub will give Its annual spring uncheon at the Allen county orphans' home to - day IX: BO o'clock. The Tuesday Auction Bridge club will be entertained this afternoon by Mrs. J. Frank Dlnnen st her home r South Calhoun street Mrs. W. W. Rockhlll grave a beau. tlful luncheon - bridge at the Country club yesterday at 1 o'clock entertaining the ladles who are members of the Friday Bridge club. The table was decorated with a variety spring blossoms of pastel shades and each guest received a corsage bou - ouet of similar blossoms. The out - of - town gueata were Mra Fred Nichols, of Chicago, who is the guest of Mrs W. W. Hock mi l; Mrs. Scott, of Los Angeles, who Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. Tift. of Columbus, O , who Is the guest of Mrs. Frank Tart Mr. and Mrs Samuel Randolph are attending tne jciks' convention at Lafayette and wilt visit Mr. Randolph') mother In Crawfordsvtlle before returning to the city, The East End Embroidery club will meet to - morrow aiternoon witn Mrs Theodore Titus, of Thomas and Buchanan streets. Mrs Newell Ranson, of Columbia avenue, will be the hostess this after noon for the Current Literature club. Mrs Frank Gtlmartm and Mrs. Al fred Kane entertained the Monday Auction Bridge club yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs Qilmartin, Mrs Clarence Schoo Is entertaining her alster, Miss uarwood, or south era Indiana, Miss Adele Katne. of Rochester. N T is ths guest of Miss Persia Bond, of Fairfield, avenue. Mrs C. Evans Llppincott and daughter, of Cincinnati, are the guests of Capt and Mrs; lsaao d'Isey. VI syne, and Mr. and Mrs. Amos Miller. and Ed Miller, of Churubusco, were visitors at the county farm Sunday. Long - Ginthsr. A quiet "wedding occurred Sunday st twelve o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glnther, of Washington boulevard west when their daughter, Ruth, became the bride of Mr. George Lone;, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Long, of Monroevllle. The Rev. Dan necker performed the ceremony In the presence of about twenty relatives and frlenda The bride wore a charming; gown of yellow chiffon made over satin which wafv trimmed - with for - nots and earned a bouquet of bride's rosea She was attended by ansa Bertha Aiatneraon. wno was at tired in white voile. The groom was attended by Mr, Edward Harper. After tne ceremony an eiegant dinner was served. The bride and groom will make their home until next fall with the bride's parenta. in the fall Mr. Long has sccepted a position aa tear Her in the schools or Monroevllle. The bride attended school In Monroe vllle last winter. She Is sixteen rears or age and tne groom is eighteen years old. Blaom.nadale School Psrent - Teachers' Club The Parent - Teachers club of thi Bloomingdals school has elected of ficers for the coming year and planned Us next year's work. The following Erwln. Mrs H. Fitch. Mrs. Charles Pspe, Mra S. I Stover, Mra Joseph Vyensley, membership committee. Mrs. unaries w. urawiora, cnairman, Mrs. W. S. Archer, Mrs. Oliver Fleming, Mrs James O Hatlery, Mrs, Charles Weathman, Mrs. Dan Klnts, Mrs J. J. Krelsel, Mrs. Howard Mansfield, Mrs Schrader, Mra. Thomas W legman. Subjects suggested for next years study were street behavior, street trades, child labor and home work for children, Christmas books for children, the eye from a medical standpoint fresh air, education for leisure, recreation as a means of holding a family together, the place Tf music in recreation, aramatio play, s J Sale of SI Dresses The Dresses you have been waiting for The kind of Dresses you want Will be placed on sale To - day at 16J2,14J2 Only 57 of them. Beautiful Crepe de Meteor, Crepe de Cygne and Charmeuse, every popular shade, in New Styles, handsome draped effects, lace collars. Also self and contrasting color trimmed Sizes 16 to 44. Regular value is $20.00 to $28.50. As the quantity is limited we advise you to come early. Hundreds have been waiting for these; a delay of 30 minutes means YOUR dress might be gone. All 16.50 Crapa d, Cygn. Pattl. caata, fS.00. whit, handkar ohlaf llnan draaaaa, i u wnartJ?T'7i&iJMjrwiTzm I26E.BERRYST.' e)MAOTUOTrfl or wufiLH N, Appravala Nan. Charoad Or Laid Away F On Small BCT. CALHOUN ST. AND POST OFFICCa Dapoalt faatlvala and atory tatUnc. Scroggy Shoe Co. I Blnee 1H4 tba nam. "Buok'a haa bean growing In th fi" ir f ill buyar, of Btovaa and Rangea Indiana Purnitur, Co Exclualvc Aaanta. Itanaal! wtu leav, Tnuraoay tor Kaw I . ni3ggg5WrWWaVWWi)E Aa AM 1. ika Imlaal .1 4 S TUBERCULOSIS rreah sir as aourlahlng ' food are bMluislf nteoMary " . In flahilng luborculoala, J la eddltlos w u,. itrenslr C rtimmil4 a Preprnlo 7 which bee elialncd Bopsldir S f able aueoeu both hr aa Is fciirope In troatlria tubcroultv f K is bI all diM of tt re 3 rnl prPavrtlna. which sole ? j a a tonle oa ths satire my - i lfwm (wM mmd trmm mm glROUN CO. ffriWTH.NwVrlClaf 1 Ht n.mBdd aad dUtrtbutat 2 hi Uyr ' Prue atone J V sb eU laading drslt .4 I jffimiiis iiiiiiiigaiiTaTnrtila! Pisne Recital. A piano recital will be given at the library hall on June 4 at t o'clock by hiss Helen Mary uommer, assisted by Miss Alice Burns, soprano, and Augustine's academy. The following" program win pe riven: Prelude. Opus t. No, S. S. Rachmaninoff Das Vie l chen Mosart - Kullak When the Heart Is Toung .... Dudley Buck Alice Burns Sonata, Opus 28 Beethoven a Cavatina Ruff b Adoration Borowsk! Psuline Dove Accomosnlst Marie Sommers. An den Fruhllng. Opus 41. No C. javara urieg Happy Daya ,.... Streleskl Alice Burns. Qondoltsra - . . , , Llsst La Matin, Opus It, No. 1. .Chamlnade Second Piano, Helene Clifford. Song Reeital, Miss Kay Spencer presented her ?upll. Miss Xrsne Nold In a sons; re - Ital last evening In her studio on West Wayne street In spit of the bad weatner a apienaia audience attended and Miss Nold was enthusiastically received. She made a charm ing appearance and sang with esse. Her voice Is a sweet clear soprano and her selections were delightful. She isLsd during; ths evening; by accompaniments. The following songs, "Yesterdsy and To - day." by Charles u u Deri uprose; oing. em lie, Biumoer " by oouned; ''Ira a Merry Zingara1 by Ralfei "Romansa from Cavalteria RutHicana" by uascagni: Love the Pedlar by German: "Enchanted Hour" bv Uonton; "Lleta Signor" by Meyer ber. were suna by Miss Nold and Hchersino" by Hcnumani actio de Varsovle" by Laoit; 'fcerenade" I Slndina and "Sous le Masque" I Chamlnade were played on the plai by Miss Synder with good musical e pression. two autu were sun y Miss Nold and Mr. Russell "fcl La Htanchesia M'onorlms' hv OulseDDi Verdi and "Oh Moment That I Bless' Charles Dennee A trio by Miss Kola. Mra Koaenoeca ana nr nui sell. 'Protect Us Through ths Coming Nlsht" bv NIoolal made a beautiful ending ror tnis pieasuuj musicat even tng. MEMORIAL DAY PLANS COMPLETED IN Flllfl HriaPillggpW''", ''ikaalalHl ssssspprasssjs. gggsl igSssjr - a' sssssssssssssssss THWARTED PLANS OF A BASE STEALER Miss Mae Francis, who Is appearing at the Fmpress theatre this week, la the daltiest, clsverest and most original Ingenue In vaudeville. Her rise has been meterolc and now she holds the dently Miss Francis Is a niece of "Wild Bill Donovan, one of the stars of the Pittsburgh pirates. ut course," earn Miss Francis recently, "I am Interested hugely In baseball. X never will forget one of the games that I attended a few years ago. Uncle Bill was pitching - against Philadelphia and my parents took me to the game I was thsn quite a wee girl and had been admonished to watch the game and keep quiet. Well, naturally 1 was terribly Interested and understood many of the fine points that usually escape delphla team wno was funnm base stealer. Up to the seventh Inning the game was .a tie and at the beginning of that period Uncle Bill, who mas In .the box for Pittsburgh, gave this base stealer a base on balls that were wild I watched the man en first Intently. I saw him mova off the bsg snd slowly slide down toward second. My, I was excited. Uncle Bill looked around at him once, and the man got back to first. As Unole Bill raised his srm to put It over the plate,' the Philadelphia man did get to second. I was so disappointed that I could have cried and almost dio so. The batter nic inai oaii, a pop njr ana was caugnt out As Uncle Bill raised his arm for his next pitch I saw the Philadelphia player move slowly and slyly toward third. I could not stand the strain any longer and standing upon my seat I yelled as loud as I could, 'Look out. Uncle Bill, he's doing It again I' The crowd In the grsndstand simply roared with laughter and I was so em barrassed and ashamed that I Hid my lace In mother's lap. But the best part was that when I looked up the base stealer was walking to ths bench. My warning had caught him In the act. Morning Musical Popular Concert. Majestic Theatre, Wednesday evening, May 28. Admission, 10c. Health and Beauty Aids BY MRS. MAE MARTTN. MISS MAEFRANCJS. STUDENTS GET DIPLO - At the flnal ineatlnr of the epeolel pro nm eommlittt (or Mamorltl dr rvtcKi Id In the federal building last ttvanlnv all wra eomDicioa rn enicik bean published aad dlafrlb be held Prlder B H Hook waiter, chalrmaa of the finance comraniee res ortea ini i or tne mdimm or me tlful i hie peer sad that very Httls trouble secure ibem. This reports reoeivea i mlttee leet year ' remembered that the committee and The latter u euthorlaad to order as eatra hack. i In all, for the i of the two aommaad - a. A, R. peats and the twi Udla (UlAlallM. The room formerly oeeupted by Wan - Water ftellef aaaoclatloa baa been secured by the sotnmiuee lor ine nowera ana aeo - leorellaa Say ana an float - oRerlnaa are requeatod to ha room Is the Llneola Ufa building Friday moraine ana tne aeoorat: lug eommlltoea will take ebarga ef them, WOMAN HURT IN PIER COLLAPSE LIVED HERE Hero vestaM - dey that r, Hurt ia (no eoiie iCa.ll Dior Satan Yart Warn. She la ataier tic K rtelffer A telegram to him rnrirritat iatt (bat ahe vti la a rritloal ondltlon. She haa internal In Juries, the si tent of ablth cannot be learned for seven ) Ulaaat Kfaldap ax hat llvad t FOPt WaiT until three years ago, west te Caltforals several arseae aio. Too Late For Classification HLalNEsa ( HANC KM gturgis iUaUy C, ent of poor health. Cell ea er rl AT Sever young women, who have been In training, completed their courses In ths Hope hospital training School and commenoeraeat exercises held In the hla - h orhool auditorium last nlaht. snow line that they MBve reached the required stanaaro oc on.wioBtcjr ma 4 - e now mm The seven nmai. Rort Wivn Itormrup. Ind U&rv EllzAbath MuDoB - sld and Margaret Ell a both Carney, Fort "Ha' Congregational church, after which Mrs. Ilnfl Pirb'i "A Uamnrv" "A little Thief. Memory? Leo Stern and Sidney Homer's uanjo bodb Th nualinfatlAna of a nuria. tha hard tips she undergoes, how ahe rnuat study ner lmporisnt misaion were sympa thetically portrayed In an eloquent ad Armmm hv RV A J Falaam. At thl close of his talk, ths Ballhe trio rendered two numbers - rne oDiixationB as administered to the graduates by Clli Inn H Wtllnnn. Mcratarv rJ tha boai of directors, who also presented each graduate with a goldei are neat shields, suspended from I.uspltal1' On tha shield, erableouUle of protection. Is the anchor or nope ana "N. T 0" for Nurses' Training School In a simple monogram. Two pleasing numbers were then given by the trio and the diplomas were presented to the graduates by J. N. Fran ho, president of the board of directors. The program waa closed with solos by Mra ciuon aoa me oenooicuon y nov, - ui HKLLg COlNTr I 'TEH AN IS DEAR BLUFJTTON lad Jtay tl R. rot, a reeiaent i Nottmanam t hip aad a voteron of the 14th Indiana un leers, la dead after m, Ian a - illneee the ailment of old ae. lie la survived by four children Mlw Roe Fox. Fraaces H Fox. J ob a Fox it and Wro Fiorina Hecbe, The funeral was held to - day at the Petroleum V B. church wits the Interment st the Mottlagbaa, eemeterr. naaiai t have eonstanlv advised against the use of hair - bleaches and dyea lara: I think you are foolish to rv about a few pounds of extra flesh. but If you fear that your waist II of parnotla, take t In lVfc Dints of hot water. Take a tablespoonful times will disappear entirely, go to your drug. X ana gei ouneoo 01 pnrnotin, home and dissolve It in IVs pint a day, before meals. Parnotla makes superfluous fat dlaappear. Christina: If your hair Is falling out jtd your scalp scaly with dandruff, pply this home - made quinine halr - tonlc mco or twloa a week and watch your hair grow In long and abundant Xio. solvs In H pint of alcohol ounce of oulnmoln and add U Dint of cold water. Rub well until absorbed by the scalp and nair. Miss Wood: Plenty of good lather Is an essential to tbe success of any shampoo. Boms soaps that lather well make ths hair brittle and hard It la better to it aa TilaJn eanthrot fnr ahsjTiDOolns - Dur - poaeo Simply dlasolvs a teaspoon (ul of caninnn in a cupiui ui nm wmr a - iia atlr well until It la all dissolved; then laka vaur ahnmnoo bv oourlns: the mix ture on the hair and rubbing In well It will cleanse tbe scalp thoroughly, make head reel gooa ana seep your nair soft and fluffy formula which your home by mixing always glad te wrinkle - remover friend says she read The wrlnkle - found anything to equal almosoln Jelly - cream to remove wrinkles snd keep then wav. It enntalna no oil or fatty sub stances which might promnte toe growth at hair. You will also notice bv Its use not only your wrinkles disappearing but tne large poros ui toe enure much smaller and the ekln very soft and will not smart or burn, nut makes ,dull looking syen bright and clear. It Is Just flne for dull, tired. Inflamed or weak eyes and for graulated eyelids. Young wife l Don't be discouraged. A delatone paste will dlasolvs those hairs snd leave the skin smooth, and clear. Just get a small, original pack age of delatone from jour druggist and niake sufficient pasts with the powder snd water to cover the hairs. Apply and after two or three minutes remove and w"n tQ ktn This Is an unrell - whlte and smooth, put I teasnoonfuls of glycerine and 4 ounces of spurmas In H pint of hot water or witch oasel ami let eiana until ooia APPiy to mo nana. roroarms a hand and where applied until dry. Unlike - powder. run on neverai or me that this BDurm particularly effective for sa and oily sklna It Is much loss exten sive than ready - manufactured face Naomi: Don't worry about your iood - tonla and llver - li eoiins Promot treati you "to lid yourself ef thoee yellow blotches snd pLmplos dot from your druggist 1 ounce of kardeno and tt pinl; of alcohol To tboss add M teaouprul of sugar and put Into lu. pints of boiling water. This makes an excellent system tonic that purines ths blood and arouses the liver to healthy action. Take 1 tablespoonful I minutes before each meal and before retiring. TO - DAY ONLY Ladies' Pingree Pumps and Oxfords - 50c Per Pair NO CHARGES. NO EXCHANGES, NO REFUNDS Scroggy's caw

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