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\ Ten LOGANSPOKT PHAROS-TRIBUNE ^—^^—^^^^**^^^^~"^^^^^^^^ SOCIETY Let was honored Sunday, noon fe ' seventieth birthday anni- ir»ary with a basket dinner, forty-four relatives and friends al- idad the celebration. ' |0ut-of»town guests were: Mr. |d Mrs. M. C. Ansberry and fam- [, North Vernon; Mr, and Mrs. V Elper,, CTarleeton, W. V., nuise Elpers, Imola, Cal.; M™, fcT. Beevers, El Paso, Tex.; Harry .lorrow and son, Fort Wayne. Others present follow: Mr. and £? W T. Shields..William H. Hpers. Evangellne Elpers Mr and Sfc William Whitehead, Jr., Jack Sfoett. Mr. and Mrs, Leo Hassett, £«1 E. McCarthy, Mr and Mrs. BOARD MAKES SHAKEUP IN STATEPOLICE •r»™,,h ISSSZttJ""" Key Boys Makje Air Mark Sure t*Jn Undisputed Possession of World's Flight Endurance Bee- ord} Expect to Land Tonight. MERIDIAN, Miss , July 1—Mississippi's Al and Fred „, Anna Frank Elpers, n Donelly and children, Mr. and children. oug Under Direction of Safety Director INDIANAPOLIS, July 1— Art. C. M. Nswberry. Jr., and i,, Jackie Morgan, of Buffalo, N. will arrive here Tuesday to .....I: relatives and friends i*Mr* Lawrence Cortle of 514 Eighteenth street is * 1 f lt ?°*J'?J (tiler,'Mr». Anna Day in Detroit, * Ch - Rhoade...R. R. 3. <=ity, Ismissed Monday afternoon pom - the Cass county hospital frhere he 'underwent surgery. ^ C Cornell,-R. R-3, Cmden NoTl'Tof the 'new state "SdT^rsr^ Srintendent of state police, am were made 'on -his recommenda tIO Two new lieutenants were ap pointed. Tner-sergt. Welter Men zer Fort Wayne, in charge of th second district-with ^adauarter at ths Lafayette barracks and Do. Franklin, Spencer, former ser geant who has been on leave of ab fl . _^-i. ***. t-itA *Yp.ise DO nr 7X5 East Broadwas dismissed from the Cass gean sence to work for the excise po Halt Coal Strike for One Month Roosevelfs Sunday I Fishing Criticised j INDIANAPOLIS Ind. July 1— (TJP)—President Roosevelt s faun day fishing trips were criticized by the Rev S Read M.Alpirt, Ohns- tian church minister, in his ser- leaderslupiin (UP) Key Monday. He wa» ^medical patient. »AMrs H. C. Mehaffle of 19^3 George street has returned from Columbus, ,0.,. where she .spent * T weeka { wlth her daughter, ft, I. O. Ender. and touSly. party of local persons visited y in 'Springfield 0-, and at- the. fifteenth wedding anal- y celebration of Mr.-and Mrs. Lnkeaacker. Those going wr -Mr. and Mrs. Petei • Hen- ffics. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Set, iCM. Mr. and Mrs. John Moran and Brighter, Mr. and Mrs. Loutae. Mohl£fan, Michael Herron. Josephine Mrs. Calto-n Burlock Lieut, tcay Fisher, in charge the - northern district "^^ ks tigonier and Michigan City, w*i 'Toffiieutenant will be appointed later, Stiver-said. —MISSISSIPPI B AI H.UU. »•»— ----- stabllshed a. new. endurance, flight acord at noon today when they xceeded the unofficial time . es- abliihed by Dale Jackson and Forrest O'Brien at St. Louis. The brothers had flown their ship Ole Miss, 647% hour*, or almost 27 full days. They had travell- ed 51',800 miles .since the takeoff. A radio bulletin from the ship this morning said: "Will land ship at 6:30 p. m., due to the fact that jarograph record is in bad'shape and anything may happen at this point. Danger of . crystallization and also have stabilizer trouble.' Stress of a thunderstorm which the boys rode out Saturday and Sunday nights weakened the remaining brace .on the .left TUdder stabilizer and observers said constant vibration endangered ( the filers. "Ole Miss,"'a high wing monoplane that the young Key brothers tore down and rebuilt a dozen times in preparation for their flight, buzzed on in a clear sky without . even , an Indication of trouble. A flat-tire on the landing gear, threatening trouble when the brothers finally do come down, worried them not a bit; They planned to dump any gasoline in their tank when they start down and bal- ance'the llghtv plane toward the side with an Inflated tire. Coal BUI. WASHINGTON, July 1—. With threat of an immediate strike of 400,000 soft coal miners lifted, the Joint wage conference of miners and operators marked .time today while Congress rushed action on the Guffey coal bill. ' •• The miners, will continue at work under a" 30-day "armistice" agreed to at a Saturday night conference between representatves of, operators, miners and secretary .of-Labor Frances Perkins., A .previous extension expired at midnight -last night. ' .':••'• John L. Lewis, president of. the United Mine Workers, said I» agreeing to the extension that he was doing so In deference to President Roose-velt's wishes. The operators, though no.t bound by the agreement, were expected to abide by it generally. Duncan Kennedy, chairman of the operators' committee, said he believed operators would ' adhere our president and other —set an example for our nation by assembling in the house of God , •If our leaders do not heed God s call thl* nation wll P^'sk** 1 ^ other nations that have dethroned God in the past' _«««,« County Hit By Cloudburst NOBLESVILLE, Ind-. July I.— i—A cloud burst accompanied i a. i^iv^u. *».„,.«TiH« were (UP)- A ClOUG. our»i, »v.~-— *• by high winds' destroyed thousands of doflars: worth of wheat, oats and other crops-;within four mile area around 'Eagletown. western Hamilton county, last night. Trees- and outbuildings blown • down, electric cut oft and, streams lev. *--- - h Only alight sprinkle.tell In other section* 'of the county. Two Rounded Up In Bombing Plot Senate Speeds Controverg^ 2°£ W lnd.rron barracks and Siwt Arthur Kellar, Plymouth, ^advanced to the .detective was daughter. •«* Soutt B«d «. Mr. and Mrs. George Hur- r TlB*W.U» *•«• — Idck of Tenth street. '^r. and Mrs. C. D. Hume Jr°f John , Druley iwaAi ov&i" street f '«n^d in Hamilton. O ^Hume's sifter, Mrs< ?4 M and^ Walter Moon and lV of 920 West Miami avenue returned from .Auburn, Ind. • _• •»*__' T- —1* "DMim ATI Lieut. Chester A, Butler, Indianapolis, and Sergt. Ernest Pearc* of Inditnapblis, were.demoted^to patrolmen, Stiver said Butler was not capable, of commanding men. Five men were dismissed- One of them Loyal Hall.'Noblesville, was discharged for failure to comply with orders regarding filing of -expense accounts. Stiver said. John Weir, 55,. Salem, William Whlttmeyer, 53. Tell. City, Harry Davos, 40, Winchester, and George C. Ale, 60, North Vemon, were dismissed as "too old" for police work. Davis and Ale had .been working as bus and truck inspec- t0 ™' .Koening,' Vincennes. for- Thirty-Five Boys Finish First Aid Training Course Thirty-three men and women have completed, the American Red Cross advanced course in First aid in classes conducted by u. E. Campbell and have earned advanc- to the agreement. The operators previously had proposed a nine months extension of wage and hour contracts which expired last.April 1, and have been thrice extended. The miners have demanded a.10 per. cent wage increase and a 1 reduction .of the work week-from 35 to 30 hours. Operators refusee. contending the present unsettled status of the Industry would not permit this. • Negotiations were expected to be resumed' after Congress acts on the Guffey bill creating a little "NRA" for the coal ; industry. The bill is supported by the United Workers and some operators. - ----•-»—- Roosevelt's for questioning in 'a Tommy It is "must" on President list. • ., One of the 'most controversial of. New Deal issues received the indorsement of .the .senate finance committee when they agreed to proceed at^ full speed on enactment-of the-president's three-point tax program designed to Distribute; the wealth. Tentative tax -rates :on .incomes,, corporations -and inheritances, estimut^ to yield f340,DOO ; OQO;an- ;^-^ r S5ST5^* -I•>-» Henry Keyes of New Hampshire. The issuearex- ; pecteltoTarply define-liberals and eonservaUv*, cotics. , and Mrs. Jack Rehm ,'Wanda Jean and and •.na 'Ci—lg—ter», KT »nu«, • v »—". T ;X»e, 1823, High street, and Mrs^ J E'j|.BVuck and daughter. Monica 900 -West Melbjui-ne avenue will vWt !St jweioit. uv <v.^——, ••—- r m South Bend Thursday^with Mr. and Mrs. G.M..Brack and family %r. and Mrs. John Hume of Jef- lerson township and Mr. and Mrs Thomas , Snyder and grandson of Loganaport spent Sunday, with Mr. •' and Mrs; William Bridge and fara- Hv of Deer Creek. Ily Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Flora living north- of Wabash, attended th^ funeral of Mrs. Alice Martin held from Pleasant Valley Uni- u church. - •Mrs. Pearl Loop, Culver City, * Cal., is-visltlng Mrs. Walter Clos'.on and family, 1002 Helm street. JUirUS JXWUUl«ft» T I*AW-«« — • mer - department of justice operative, was appointed to the bureau of criminal identification. •Karl Burkbandt, Peru, was transferred from superintendent of the Identification bureau to the detective force. _ ' Patrolman Raymond Ball, Columbus, was transferred to the detective unit. ivtra A J ' Beevers, El Paso, Tex i*' visiting M». William Whitehead, Jr., East Broadway. , Miss Lucy Firiaani, daughter of Mr and- Mrs. Josoph Flrmani, 1004 irle avenue, Is visiting relatives in N,«w Jersey. New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. *i.:intb Street Christian church Women's Missionary society wffl meet at 2'30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon- with Mrs. Harry Dietrich. Those planning^go will " assemble at the home of Mrs. J. -&• Wharton, 830 High: street^t 2 p. CARFWES OFF HIGHWAY Harry Mills, 36, '"' of Kewanna, Dies • KEWANNA, July 1—Harry Mills. 36 proprietor of the State Road cafe here since he came from Peru eighteen months ago, died Sunday at the veterans hospital, Marion, Indiana.. He .had been a patient at the hospital for two weeks. Surviving are the widow, ms ather, four brothers' and three sis- ATS Short funeral rites with -Rer- Hoffenbacker of • Logansport in cU'9»e will be-held at the Harrison funeral home here at 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morning after which the body will be taken to the home of his father-in Peru. Funeraljtt« (jtHJipl'Cll tfciil* »«>— • v — ed certificates: They are: A. F. Dronvpp. Dr. Paul Shlde- ]«r, 'Oscar I.. Beasey, Homer . T- Bickell. Dan Drompp, C. R. Settlemyre. C. J. Hipsher, Ora J. Mackey V, A. Krani, R- E. Cook. William H. Terry, Robert Campbell. Ora Cunningham, G-arold Garr 'John Grubbs, Meredith Harmon David Justice, James Mackey, Robert McMillen. Don Mullins, Bob Plank, F. A. Rittenhousp. Carl Slifer, Edward Stiver. Grace Zimmerman, Corunna Wise, Helen Whltmyer, Ruth M. Mackl&n, Maud Love, Hazel Klein. Debetha Honess, Mabel Grubbs and Thelma Bassett Other classes are In progress and new ones are being formed. Per : sons desiring information on .en.- rollment should -communicate with Campbell, who lives at 610 Helm street, or Ernest E. Burch at the county school superintendents- office. Approve Bond Sale _. . . .»-* /^* i lour »«lpW P««pl« Suffer the Episcopalian church, Peru, at 10:30 o'clock on Wednesday morning, J leT - Jrl0 ^ fenbacker Tn charge. Burial will be made in Mt, Hope cemetery, Peru. Church ftally Draws Large Crowd Here Visitors-frcto .Lafay'ette, Warsaw, Kirklin, Anderson, Fairmount, Blwood, Frankfort, Peru and Rogers— Ind Bos Algeles, Cal- antl Sought By Stuart ROCHESTER, Ind.. July 1— Judge Robert Miller In Fulton circuit court yesterday granted the petition of attorneys for Marc C. Stuart, receiver of the First National -bank of Logansport. to turn certain bonds held by the bank over to the national banking d_e- oartment at Washington to be so,a. The proceeds of the bonds, valuea at about ?95,000, will be used in paying dividend to the bank depositors. . . . . Attorneys filing the suit took advantage of the new law ; permitting them to take the -ja^. to the circuit cour* of .an adjoining counte whe* the circuit' court ,<}f the county'in which, it. originated ~ ' vdfca'tion..^ . — ' Bennetts Switch Battles For P.O. BENNETTS SWITCH, Ind., July 1 —Lincoln started ; so^hlng Boone4-HBoys On Annual Camp M. W. House, vocational teacher In the .Royal Center school, and o. party of Boone township- 4-H club boys returned Sunday from'.an annual three-day outing along the Tippecanoe river in Pula'ski county In the party were: Albert and Joe Lewis, Hugh and- James Thimlar, Jack Harvey, Buddy Sterner, Earl Miller, and .Douglas Feltis,. club boys and Delbert. Swarw of South Bend. The boys lived in the cabin of William Berg of Logans-port. Carroll County Unit Gives Entertainment Young people -of Division No. 2 ot the Cass county Young People's Union are to meet at the Broadway U- B church at 7:30 o'clock'Mon- day night with Howard Hall-' divi- sion'president in .charge. ., Following a short business session a program of entertainment will be provided by. -: the- 'Carroll county' Young People's union. A. social;hour is to. follow. All young people of .the Logansport , 'i Ji«J . • President Extends Three U. S. Board* •JSSS^S:^^ extending "i«-Tia. tional labor relations,, the abor relations, and the exUlelab- or .relations boards, the .White House'announced today. The .national --labor relations board was extended until Aug. 1- -"- , .- jj.,.wi41fi 'K/iafnR "WBrCi ive Increases Death Toll INDIANAPOLIS.^Ind,, July 1— /UP)—The summer violent death -toll 'in 'Indiana ; spurted, upward againVer-the weekend a*, result of auto accidents,-drownings and Morse 18, City drowned while, s a cr'eek v north of .his" ho^ie. Traffic. accident victims included Donald: (Chick)' Williams, 22 Fort s *& Wayne; Robert Paton s and Albert Heinbach, 53,. Indian P °Guy Asbury, 20, Sullivan couno', rk- Mrs. Alice Fowler, '81. Indianapolis, died of a heart attack while waiting in the hot sun for a street man tentatively Identified as Robert Parson, 4S, Mt .Sterling, Ky., was killed in a fall irom a, train at Muncie. James E. Guest. 40, Chicago, drowned here today, the first.vic- tim of the season at Cedar Lake. JZ£K'£'S8SSZK m m CUSS |f|fo IDS (•»,r In-a flrifl iiunM ing in-a field. churches are invited Minor Injuries tR Sunday Accident •« DELPHI. Ind.. July >- Tour -Frankfort young people mtracu- -louslz escaped with their liven when the car in which they were a Apples 111 and-Ind.bu,40-1.2e. Carrots.western crates 6 dox2,76 •Turnips 111 bunches 'l-l%c. Sweet potatoes Tenn bu 65-76. Lettuce western 'crates S doz J2- 3.00%. Leaf lettuce 111 10 1'b cartons It-. 25. • • Beans La. bu 1.50.. , Cabbage 111 lettuce crates 75. Peas~Calif bu- hampers 1. 2S-1/40 Tomatoes Tex lugs l.;25-l:75. Spinach 111 bu 20-40. Asparagus '111 sq crates 2 doz Rhubarb 111 40 lb- cartons 36-40. Frustrate Pastor's * . '. ^^ * DQaru., *T«.» e **•»»•»"-— j The : steel-and .textile boards extended-' "until_ farther -orders. Orphans at Homes of Peru Families, PERU, •Ind.. July 1—For. the past t -o.- weeks ;twenty-one orphan children from the Kinghts- town = Soldiers' . .and -Sailors or- nhan children from -the Knighting -and; vacation, here. .This vacation, of the children is .sponsored annually by the Legion^Auxiliary. Mercury Near 90 Again on Monday ^ For-the' third consecutive day the temperature was flirting ^ with the '.90 'mark in Logans-port and community -Monday after.noon Longcltff reported-a maximum of gg'at 2--.50 o'clock. A mark of 90 a record for. the : -season, was at talned ;: Sunday afternoon. Down town ^thermometers in many, in stances showed temperatures- in 'ex cess of 90' First mench Fatt Fashions . ^take-^mr Debut In Silk B EFORE «Tei;tb>-Parisians-s*ft the fkll-'coWections,-American JSto^vKSS^^ from "the - French couture •.through an exhibit of fall fashions: which •"•SSftt^.-ija^ffis-s: e and-^ recently shown . time by the Internatlonal^ at i fashion gala'ln the Oard«n,.o« ' silk. New York mendous welcome. * new precedent . fts entirety .-to ;t where -It was shown at ori resentatIv«B and the the week of 'the world. ' i> vine, .J.HQ-. •"-"> •~»"— 1 . T- . •.. . the state of Alabama attended the rally staged Saturday, by Helm street Church of <^ : young people in the church. GeneraV-theme vllle. Ind., Los Angeles, Cal.. and . ' WllBtl VtiT? \rCk* *** " •"••'— -- -» homeward bound from a day the Monticello lakes left state <road 39 In an "S" curve eight miles north of 'here last night and was demolished. " The car rolled over twice after 'leaving the pav<teent and appar- 'ently w%g wrecked beyond repair. The occupants were brought .to Delphi and treated. Later they were taken on to their homes In .Frankfort. Three of the injured were: Francis Lane, Helen Nichols 'ind Mary K. Sexton. The--name "of the fourth person, a boy, was :not learned. The car belonged to Frank Aughs of Frankfort. "Boss" McLaughlin Pleads Not Guilty - CHICA(5O. July 1—(UP)—John T fBoss> McLaughlin, .convicted ioney changer of the $200.000 Edward G Bremer kidnaping, and 3J •others Indicted for a' $225.000 mail robbery, entered pleas of not guilty in federal court, todjty- < Mda.ugb.lin. serving la : »v* year . i Y. .,»»**• v*/vrrn r%*.'ni**T>t1- Youth." The ' program tionals—District ionais—x/iaui^v. *".»•»_••—- McKlnney, Kirklin L _ Relcom,- included: President Devo- Earl 3ln sian.Bu ; »«*">.-."—o remonstrated against the of its' postDff-8 and-pi-epos Postmaster General n order. , :"- Litlreni have disraccbed le:"V« tc both Farle' and Con- gres'str^r. Griswold ask'.ns that Th« .r JP fo. discontiaui.iq: the r'fice hei'c -'uiv la be Irate Mrs. Phillis Alberta Walker. ~'"£J" -"•;-; •The Vision of Youth'.— Elmer Bennett, Fairmount; JWscu»si<« opened by George Buck, Logans- pn-t- Talk-"Youth and Service ^ Trec'il Walker. Kirklin: Dinner at Spencer park: Talk, "Problems^and Perils of Youth"—Albert Duke, of Warsaw; Talk by Mexican^ Special Numbers. _ BetKlehem Bureau Will Meet Tuesday Bethlehem township Farm Bureau members and their friends will be eiGertalned with a program by iNOble TSwnshlp Farm Bureau on Tuesday ni^ht 8 o'clock, .in Metea ^The 1 program will Include: Monologue-Mary McKaig; Special Number—James and >'""" " e - Rsading—Mrs- Harry Music—Martha Hardy Second Boy Dies Result of Wreck LAFAYETTE, Ind-, July 1— CUP)—Donald Lelninger, 18,' Fort Wayne, Purdue summer school student, died in a hospital; - here last night, the second victim of a motorcycle-truck crash here June 21st. -•••.. Wendell Witthoft, also a Pur„.-- stude- died seve-' hours after the accident. Both youths were riding the motorcycle whon It collided with a gravel truck. Battery Bemoved from Stolen Car PERU Ind.';- July 1—William Steele of 315 WestThird street reported to' the police station Saturday that his 1930 Ford coach aad been'stolen some time during the night. The car was found abandoned by Sheriff Burke on the Mil- IPT road. The battery had been removed from the car. Attempt at Suicid« WARSAW; Ind., July i— CUP)— The Rev- .Hugh Wars tier, .pastor at North Webster.. WAS reported .con, siderably improved today after, an atempt to commit suicide by hang- Neighbors summoned v by his daughter Alveria, 16. 'cut down-the pastor just.in time-to prevent death by strangling, .physicians, said. The Rev..Warstler had .preached at Elkhart yesterday' morning; a few hours before .he attempted to hang himself. No motive for the act was given. Cut Hole in Wall to Get Cigarettes Cutting a hole through- a wall using a key to let themselv^ mLO an 'anteroom,- burglars; during the night stole three cartons of cigaretes' from the- 1 .City filling station, at the soutl ner of Twenty-Fourth an- ---,-. su-eets Harry Einck is proprietor of the ^station. Police .nvp,ti,rated . LICENSE ISSUED PERU, Ind'., July 1—The follow- ng marrage license have been issued to: • , ' Charles.Fysol, 22, Gosh-en. clerk, and: Grace Baumgarten, 21 factory V employe, , Goshen, and Walter Mils, 21," Miami-county, basket.'factory .employe,, and. Dorothea. .Ileen Grepke, 1'8. Peru, Police Arrest 75 During Past June S«venty-fiye,-arrests, +2 of. them Coming a* it '*«»•dressmakers launch m,l&. \i\J »-*****-»«•— -«a- x^s^^™™ ontoUndlng: couturieri models are Included In this *ihiblt are Chanel for traffic ' law made by police violations, were during June, ac UllLUiC MJ , iivi*V"«- »*»-•«-€» cording;-to records., at headauar ters;. wenty were booked for intoxication. The number, of arrests was about: average for ehe month .FERA CLASSES FERA . home .economics class McDowell: and Flor- did not appear in cwirt. •Music—Marina tiaroy »"" - •-• i.:-J»v* year ftnce Busard: Talk— reprssentauve i peaieenti- from producers* Creamery, MSJ- nn.f1i»if ' "WlOT I » record-making exnimi- «« ^"» v Ma°nboch.r, Louiseboulanger, Rob. «r_.:-^ -u-.i-t-ui *t ATjnana, ert DtUjC** 1 * • **V* V ~T T • Creed. Anny BlatJ, Kotchoubey. Their choice of pur*, leading fall fabric jMf-" rears the tradition-' 1 das been closely empha^ on French couture, e during the w*«k . Monday morning: when the lary was reported. • J«lr FOB! "WATKE," Ind, (TJP) _A r»llroad at lattr, 0, t«d death of *«« persons «nd minor Injuries to snather. Bffly Taylor, l*-T«> Stev« Taylor of Corbh, Jnstontlj- In the .i nun-flu -=nf-lcn--.-2 xJcirlA nojuie . v**\juuLm-\*> ~schedule has-. Ibeen,.announced for this week. It -follows: Monday, 7 p. m.-—Sewing—Y. W. C.-. A. Tuesday, 1:30 p. m., Cherry Can nlng with Mrs- Marj" Lenon, . 1 East Miami avenue..and at 7 p. m Canning' demonstration with Mrs Merle Crowe,. It30 • Epear street Wednesday, 1:30 p_ m-, Cannin class at home of.Mrs. Reba Briggs and 7 p- m., Sewing, Y. W. C. A TO ATTEND SERTICES V Mrs. P..C. Ward and Miss Alice Ward, nieces, and C. -J-. Clark, nephew, will --attend 1 funeral- services at St. Mary's Catholic church at 'Richmond, Indiana, Wedne«da>- morning for'Rev. J. S. 'Mattingly, -who, died -.Saturday in St. Francis hospital. Indianapolis, after sever- al'months illness- .Rev. :Mattingly for a number of years was-pastor of the Immaculate Conception church. West Baden, Indiana. . o( (UP' 1 —" : This exhlbltset Lo«W«bo«lani«r's afternoon suit of _ .. r*t . -*.-. *•• •W»T-»**f'rtTl» W1.LU JUOUMW*' Vi- **"»^ . ---- * sheer «flk crepe in *hemione sheer « cre ««ble-<ITed fitch trimminc i» shown a thre*-. »t tft« l«ft. At ^he right, a three-; D i«c« «uit of novelty ipr««n silk can- ISTwMi 'a natural colored >ce o th«S.S. Normandie for thow at Rockefeller blowing through the Gar dens-of th« Nation., planted high *bove_New York's: street of fashion, whipped ' >wn» Into,graceful movement, ting the. costumes and accent - _• ,t^--~» At«A tAirHirAK '&tld nmans . iS theTeauty 'oMlne, textures and nce , ot the silks. The difference - . do.the», fltted-oi. department store " "clothe* in action," proves cl should, see herself in n cosey of the French couture .and in Chicago look for, greater new beauty^in-your flrrt fall tumes by selecttng: the new r silk weaves. > . " . : New Mat SiMc.Sh«»r» Watch for th« new. /pnr* .heers, with smooth m.t « or else rough nnlshes, which are teatured In thisrFrench.couture exhibit. They have a lovely heavy drape ideal for the fluid lines ; ol the new^gowns. The new -rongh sift cantofs show mnch ; Both silk sheers and . ^ shown in fall, suits, often iur trimming. The alwaysrpoptJar satin is nsed eltter in smooth or In text«re« with wnrt LOT - "I- . MINISTERS INSTITUTE ... "iNDIANAPOLIS, Ind., July 1— ; mp)—-War, old" age pensions and unemployment are among topics to be-'discussed by Indiana ministers and church workers at _ the eighth w crinHed flnlshes. ~ Heavy- fetas that "stand alone" are use^, to plain weaves for evening, gowns and in faconne Affects for e . Candy-striped si* '• . for a blouse attached_to the to be Dimple TJlftOt DvlUlC -lid .**»****"" • approve •• her purchase or her K » wnn«-««»ndlng stllL Th»-R« B *' n * n ' :e 'nflu* 1 -.—, The-new-fall trend toward the Italian Renaissance Influence..» strlktegly Illugtrated by several Sodlls. Vivid clear reds, deep pur- Ses; olive and hunter greens .and ,,finn Browns, rich colors ar* Important" B«ll sleeves, b^^,^?; Une», '• girdled ^ waista, long flowing Set, interpret the R^fJ^ tteme. Twists of silk velvet trim The- Romam'' Influence both, to evening-and*afternoon;wear Is de- T elop«d In flowing draperies. Trains and^Wrts are split so; that they can be worn toga-wise. - •-_. • . .Three piece silk suits with loose jackets and pleated skirts, with con trasting blouses, ar* slated for day ttoe-lmportance- Several suits nave hats-ot self labric trimmed-with ostrich plumes.. Pleats and gores are shown'both for day snd nigh and rr\- ter. >. d'T "! "•" . as the result of tt«lr id churco. worn-oi-B ^ i»^ w '° ~ to oeao .—ja! midsummw institute of the "action. '--^r university. coUegs of religion YorSTTK ,pens hers'tomorrow. it concentrated In nattering below the kneo. ' , •'•"ClothM 1" AetlPfi. 1 _ The new fan clothes are designed to beautify the feminine figure in The showing at' tie nipped-In- eid Tougb. . 'in 'brimmed hats the color o eithe yo lojhisticated, in sof Mamoocner* •»* i««*.«i» -••— —.-«•-, dinner, dress with flowers in captt-, cine tones and »Uk vdvrt aash to •match, previewed for iaIL ness below. the "knees instead otj from the waistline. •-..'* '. ' u Trouoera For EvenlnB A sheer silk trouser'slip tor ev«^ ning was worn ..under al matching sheer silk-evening'gown., iv . :•,: A set of silk sweet pea jewelry- bracelet, earrings, ring and cocsag* to match—gives a Spanish; alr.-to a. black silk lace evening gown- ;Yt>tt will wear large corsages of-.st.lk; • flowers with sashes of silk : Telv«V ; ribbon in harmcnizing shades^ Tiny -baciless • Tisor hate' Qf sHfcji«tj*r» . .ti II i. ~^.«.,_

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