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AaitrTAB t3KuaiHT anas HTUoa airs 1 if IHE "SOUTH BEND TEIBUNE, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1911. THE MORTUARY RECORD. i bwmJZj STEALS AWAY FROM WIFE IN DARKNESS a. 2. i mm--.

mm mm btobbbbbl wby ANNOUNCEMENTS. JliiniNBMU MetatlN, eharoTtaa. el.ba. frat.roal aal orrantaattona will charr.f r. at th.

rat. of nh rant. aoant.d Ho. for th. flrat 1n-rtion nnd cat a JIj for ubquBt jn--uttv.

Insertion wit boi wdtiiif No The Good Time Club Gives a dance at Place hall every Saturday night. t3 LOCAL STATISTICS. Marriage Licenses. Herman F. Wagner, 22.

laborer, and Llllle Wendt, 18. both of South Bend. Births. Mr. and Mrs.

E. W. Brumbaugh. 205 East Dubail avenue, son, March 9. Mr.

and Mrs. Harvey Garber, 1131 Portage avenue, daughter, March 10. Real Estate Transfers. (TVora Abstract of Tltlaa) John F. Irvln and wife to Maurice Harter and John Koch, lot 86 in D.

Eggleston's first addition. River Park, 3375. Alexis Cosuillard to Alexis and Joseph A. Coquillard. trustees, lot 157 In Bowman's fifth addition, and lot No.

22 In original plat of River Park, Jl. Frank R. Mass to Alice Mae Bullock, lot 72 in the Augustine addition. II. Emma S.

Foeckler to Adah M. Krlng, lot 28 in Bowman's sixth addition. 12.000. Adah M. Krlng to Israel Glaser, same Dance at Hanford Hall.

118 W. Colfax. Saturday night by the Commonwealth club. I0t2 Colfax Camp, 3306, M. W.

A. Regular meeting Monday. All W. W. A.

welcome. Jan Tyle w. iennett, vierK. tf Woodmen Circle, No. 36.

Special meeting for purpose of hearing the report of committee on resolutions at 7:30 to-night at W. O. W. hall. 8t.

Joseph Lodge, No. 45, F. S. A. M.

Called meeting Monday March 13th. A. Degree. Visitors welcome. W.

A. Jackson, W. M. H. H.

Keller, secy. it South Bend Tent, No. 1, K. O. T.

M. Will meet In regular review Monday evening at 8 p. m. By order of C. B.

Matthews, Commander. S. K. Thomas. R.

K. tf Notice to Owners of Automobiles and Motorcycles. Violations of the law as to speed and lights will be prsocuted. GUY BUNKER. lll3 Chief of Police.

Knights of Columbus No. 553. There will be a special meeting Monday evening in the American building to consider initiation arrangements. Ht2 A. A.

KLU CHART. Recorder. L. O. T.

M. Attention. Special review Monday night at 7:30 for unfinished business. Resolutolne will be adopted in memory of our deceased sister. Lady Caroline Rodlfer.

Business of Importance. Every member of South Bend hive. No. 4, should be present. See amendments to bylaws.

May M. Beers, commander. it lot as nit above, Ernest R. Hetzel to Nicholas Layer, lots 34, 35 and 86 In Hetzel's second addition. Wyatt.

3180. Union Trust company to Albert H. Blake and wife, lot 186 in Henry Stu-debaker's third addition. $475. The Capital Investment companv to Francis M.

Caldwell, lot 17 In University plat, $1. Sam to same, lot on Lawrence street. 81. Total 11 deeds, March 10. $3,313: month, 93 deeds, $175,832.98: year, 618 deeds.

$960,274.71. NEW POLICY DISCUSSED AT IMPORTANT MEETING Chamber of Commerce Calls Session of Entire Membership. The Chamber of Commerce is planning a new policy on the subject of local reciprocity and a general meet lng will be held Friday night for a discussion in the presence of the entire membership. A definite policy haj been outlined, which will be submitted to the members at the meeting. The membership meeting, which wlli be held In the auditorium of the J.

M. S. building, Is regarded as very important and efforts will be made l-have every member as well as the active workers attend. Officers and directors wll'. speak and present the reciprocity plan.

Other subjects of Interest to the entire membership will be taken up for discussion, according to plans. The membership committee of the Chamber of Commerce, of which William Happ is chairman, held a meet lng last night. Important plans under consideration will be discussed further at other meetings to be held in the near future. THALIAN CLUB SCORES THEATRICAL SUCCESS Play Given In Y. W.

C. A. Gymnasium Plesses Large Audience. Success accompanied the efforts of the Thai lan Social cmb of the Y. W.

A. In the second public preform-ance of the organization last night at the association building. The club produced "A Russian Romance," the production pleasing a large audience. Mrs. Elmer Yelton, director of the class, took the principal role.

The play was in three acts, presenting the efforts of a young woman, a Russian refugee. In escaping from a Siberian prison. Miss Marion Robertson, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.

A. Robertson, won the recognition of the audience In her performance, which was exceptionally creditable. The play was given In the gymnasium. Scenery was loaned by the Oliver Opera house and music was furnished by the High school orchestra. The cast Included 16 characters.

Brownson Hall Gets Gift. The Rev. John Cacanuagh. C. S.

C. president of Notre Dame, has presented Brownson hail, of the university, with a magnificent painting of the Madonna and child. The work is by Prof. Babb. of Philadelphia.

It occupies a prominent place in Brownson study hall Mrs. Florence MacFadyen. the Ro-madka Bros, company who has been 111 with the grip has suffered a relapse 'and la very ill at her home, 538 South Carroll street. The city salesroom of the Singer Manufacturing company at 211 South Michigan street is now under the management of Clifton Mlltlmore. who succeeds his brother, Arthur E.

Mlltlmore, who resigned recently. Engraved and printed visiting cards In latest designs. Tribune Printing company. It seems to band E. "Route -of the Lakes" TIME TABLE Sffaetlve Jeav 1.

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II. 8. DICKKY. Traffie Miilf. They're All The Latest We are showing the latest styles In WALK-OVER Shoes, and In the line are a number of hundreds of fine tans Indifferent colors, all of which are ready sellers.

We would advise you to'com early and make selection. The sizes and shapes are ample In range to take care of your case, and this Is your Invitation to come In and have a look, asking all the questions you like. Walk-Over BootShop J. P. OOLDY, Mgr.

137 South Michigan Street. 137 HMICH.ST SOUTH BEND IN REGISTERED PHARMACIST. M.ms.rs National Association ct Retail Drug (lata M.mbars American Draff latt rndi-eats. National rtgmr Stand. APPLE GATE'S ROSE TOILET CREAM For Your Complexion The best made, we could not improve upon it at any price.

Good for Chaps, too. Price 25c. i37 N. Mich, St. South Bend, Ind.

EYES EXAMINED FREE Glasses fitted at moderate prices; satisfaction guaranteed Sundays from 9 to 11 a. m. Dr. Burke Co. OPTOMETRIST.

We are the only exclusive (round floor manufacturing opticians In the city. 230 80UTH MICHIGAN 8T. THE LITTLE SHOP a Solicits your orders for fln-e Engraving. Wedding Invitations, Visiting Cards, Society Stationery, etc 214 W. Jefferson Blvd.

THE BUT 10 SMOKE IS. OataaleataJS rtrat-claas Oealacs. ArtlsUo catalocue prtaUns; ts done bj fh Tribune Prtntlns: company. 1 r.1 1 'yS" tSl IPOS Sjy'V FOR "We are, Ladies' these two Isn't Richard Thomas. Richard Thomas, of Indianapolis.

died yesterday afternoon at 127 Went Colfax avenue, where he was visiting. Relatives arrived in the city to-lTay to take charge of the body, which will be taken to Indianapolis for burial. Mrs. Ernestine Thaylor. Mrs.

Ernestine Thaylor, 69 years old, died Friday afternoon at the coun ty Infirmary. She was a native of Germany. Mrs. Thaylor Is survived by a sister, Mrs. M.

D. Salloway, of New Carlisle, this county, and a niece. Mrs. John Dum. of Oallen, Mich.

The funeral will be held from the chapel of the II. L. Terrlck undertaking establishment to-morrow afternoon. Interment will be In the city cemetery. Mrs.

Henry Bauer. Mary, wife of Henry Bauer, of 618 Mtonson street, died last night at 8 o'clock. She was 29 years old and a native of Hungary, coming to South Bend seven years ago. She is survived bv her husband, six children, a broth er. Anton Mayerhofer, and a sister, Anna Bosman, ell ot South Bend.

The funeral will be held from St, Mary's German Catholic cfhurch. Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Rev. Joseph M. Scherer, C.

S. officiating. Ipter-pent will be In Cedar Grove cemetery. Mrs. Maria Bird.

Mrs. Maria Bird, widow of Zemus Bird, died this morning at 11 o'clock. Her death followed Illness of three years with a complication of ailments. Shd was born in Belfast. N.

and had lived in South Bend 14 years. Surviving are three children, Mrs. William Hagar, of South Bend; Eugene Bird, of Washington, and Walter I. Bird, of Pullman. III.

The funeral will be held from the H. L. Yerrick undertaking chapel Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. C.

V. Mull officiating. Interment will be In Rlverview cemetery. Mrs. Nettie Richardson.

Mrs. Nettle Richardson, residing at 1418 South Rush street, died last even ing at 9 o'clock, following Illness of two days. She was born In Marshall county, Indiana, was 38 years old. She came to South Bend two years ago from Rochester, Ind. She is survived by her mother, living in Argos, and two children, Dewey and Relpha, of South Bend.

The body will be taken to Rochester, leaving Monday morning at 9:46 over the Chicago. Indiana Southern railway. The funeral will be held in Rochester Monday, followed by interment in the cemetery there. Edwin R. St.

John. Edwin R. St. John, an old resident of South Bend, died yesterday at his home, 317 South Carroll street. He had lived In South Bend 47 years and for 80 years was employed at the Singer plant, for many years as master mechanic His death followed Illness of -several weeks with kidney trouble, Mr.

St. John was born In Cleveland. Jan. 21. 1837.

He came to this city from Henrietta, N. Y. He wis married to Miss Elisabeth Hanchett. in Rochester, N. Sept.

2. 1862. Surviving are his wife and his daughter. Miss Adelaide St. John.

The funeral will be held from the residence. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Dr. Henry Webb Johnson, officiating. Interment will be in the cit cemetery.

The remains may be viewed to-morrow from 11 to 1 o'clock. Funeral Notes. The funeral of Mrs. Johanna Ritchlu was held from the residence, 623 Cushing street, yesterday. Dr.

William Forney Hovi officiating. Interment was in the city cemetery. The funeral of George Beck. 1715 South Scott street, was held this morning from St. Mary's German Catholic church.

Rev. Joseph M. Scherer, C. S. officiating.

Interment was in Cedar Grove cemetery. The funeral of Mrs. Margaret K. Gruber, who died In Logansport, Ind, was held from the chapel of the A. M.

Russell undertaking establishment, yesterday, Rev. Martin Ooffeney officiating. Interment was In the city cemetery. The funeral of Mrs. George M.

Rodefer. of 229 South Francis street, who died yesterday, will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock, from St. Joseph's church. Rev. Peter Lauth, C.

S. C. officiating. Interment will be In Cedar Grove cemetery. Friends will be privileged to view the remains Sunday afternoon.

The pallbearers will be Samuel Leeper, Patrick A. Joyce, Frank Singler. Maurice Collins and John A. Zaehnle. The funeral of James Casad.

a former resident of South Bend, was held from his home in Rolling Prairie, Rev. C. V. Mull, of South Bend, officiating. The funeral was conducted under the auspices of the G.

A. R. Interment was In the Rolling Prairie cemetery- Mr. Casad was a veteran of the cK'll war, having served in Company C. 29th Indiana Infantry.

He was 63 years old and resided in South Bend many years until his removal to Rolling Prairie two years ago. Twc daughters and three sons survive, on. of the latter, Frank Casad, residing in South Bend. Notre Dame Personals. TCie Hon.

W. W. Dodge, B. S. '74, Notre Dame university, of Los Angeles, CaL.

is the author of "The Fraternal and Modern Banquet Orator." one of the most popular books of the kind Issued In modern times. It possesses an Introduction by the Hon. Chauncey M. Depew and some words of commenda-tinn hv fh Hon. O.mmD Clark.

Fred W. Cooper and Byron V. uucl fc. f.m..1 a nnitnrvihln to business exclusively in first mortgage banking. The firm name is cooper, vanaiy and the address, Chicago Title iru.k CM Miss Mary Turner ill.

Th condition of Miss Mary Turner. 407 South Franklin street, who under went a surgical operation Thursday night at Epworth hospital. Is slightly i lutaa Turner recently re turned from Chicago where she was a student nurse In tne fasevani nosyn-aL She has been 111 since her return and Thursday night grew suddenly worse, an operation oecomiBg migr ative. OBITUARY. vtTTtn a rf TWaroli 1 1 P.

Hudson general superintendent of the Illinois district or tne -Quincy railroad, died to-day at- Rock- port, Texas, oi acuw ihuimiku. home was in Galesburgr. RL CHICAGO, March 11. The Rev. Charles Joseph Little, president of the Garrett Biblical Institute of Northwestern, university, well, known educator, author and Jcturer, died at his home in Evanston, early: to-day The cause was heart disease.

He 71 years old. VALPARAISO. Chllev. March 11-The American battleship Delaware ar- rived hereto-day with the body of Av who Jdied at Washington while serving as the minister of Chile to the United States. BRIEF NEWS OF THE CITY.

Leslie, the optician. 801 S. Mich. st. Dr.

Axtell. dentist. 225 Jeff. fjg. tf D.

M. Sbively, lawyer. Shlveiy bldg. tf Dr. Cummins, dentist.

Main fc 'fax Dr. LaPIerre, dentist. Am. Trust bldg. Paxson Seed Store.

230 So. Mich. St. Miss Irene Tritt. is 111 at her home 429 North Somen street.

Dr. Helen Muray, diseases of women and children, 318 W. Colfax. lt7S Lewis Kanouse and family have moved from 503 South William street, to 1020 Michigan avenue. For student, invalid or.

aged, Mrs. Austin's Cooked Oats always taste good. All good grocers. A life-sized picture of Gov. Marshall, of Indiana, has been hung In the galleries at Notre Dame.

A fire In the South Bend Chilled Plow company's plant resulted in $50 damage Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Premier beds at wholesale for 19 days, beginning March 11. Averv Hull, 110-112 W. Colfax, 8't4 Mrs. Dora E.

Cass Id has moved from 819 Thomas street, to 711 Forest avenue. Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain. Dr. Clark. 226 South Michigan street.

Bell 2357. 7t6 Stores dealing in household furnishings will find a wonderful public ity opportunity in the real estate and home builders' edition of The Tribune to be Issued April 6. 9tl9 Make no mistake get the genuine Russ Blesching Blue, makes you smile on wash day. All grocers. Former Sheriff D.

B. J. Schafer, of 316 South Franklin street, is seriously 111 and threatened with typhoid fever. Frank Irwin, magnetic healer, graduate of Gorden School of Magnetic Healing, Rockford, 111. Five years experience.

Office hours 7 to 4:30 p. m. 811 Diamond avenue. 6tS Seals, stock certificates, 200 designs. corporation gecords.

H. A. Pershing. 230 South Michigan St. tf.

Rubber stamps made to order. Rubber alphabets, all sizes and figures. H. A. Pershing, room 6.

230 S. Mich. St. Makers of cement and those who sell cement will find a fine chance for publicity In the real estate and home builders edition of The Tribune to be Issued April 6. 9tl9 MAN CLAIMS HE FEARED WRATH OF HIS SPOUSE.

Two Husbands Acquitted in City Court of Chsrges of Desertion-Usual Saturday Grind. A South Bend man 62 years of age left his home at 3:30 o'clock in the morning recently to escape the wrath of his wife, who is little more than half his age. He claims the woman asked him to marry her about a year ago. The early morning departure aroused the Ire of the wife and today she caused the appearance of her husband In the city court on a charge of The defendant. John Fisher, who lived at 728 South Fellows street until the day of the separation, was acquitted after a number of witnesses were examined.

According to Fisher's story in court, the 85-year old wife was often reluctant to prepare breakfasts for her 62-year old husband, with the explanation it was too early for her to rise in the morning. The husband claimed he persisted in his wife preparing his breakfast and she would call him "an old bald headed fooL" "an old rip" and "a old nuisance." Mrs. Fisher denied she had called her husband such names. Fisher claimed he had endured his wife's delinquencies and anger until five weeks ago, when one morning he stole softly from the house at 3:30 o'clock to go to the home of his daughter In Mlshawaka, where he has resided since the separation. The husband claimed he was wedded to Mrs.

Fisher after she pleaded with him to marry her. A similar charge caused the appearance of Charles Rolfe. Gallen. Ml who testified he had left his when he learned she bad a number of other lovers besides himself. The wife.

Mrs. Jean Rolfe, a girl of 16. is now living at Mill Creek, Ind. Rolfe's hearing began this morning and was not concluded until late this afternoon. The names of Peter Ferry, Martin Guise and Russell all of Glendora, were brought out prominently by the defense as men, who had caused the separation of Rolfe and his wife.

The husband has been in South Dakota for the past year and a child was born to his wife In this city while he was in the west. The wife stated she was 15 years of age when married. A charge of criminal assault against Earl 3yrd, negro of 1184 South William street, was deferred until next Saturday at the request of the defense. The court refused to reduce Byrd's bond from $500. An embezzlement complaint against Ignats Takasch and an assault and battery cause Fred Carpenter, negro, were also set down for trial next Saturday.

Henry H. Peck an employe of the Grand Trunk Western freight house was fined one cent and costs on a charge of assaulting his foreman. Eugene Hood. The fine was remitted. Several unimportant cases were deferred until later dates owing to the absence of wltneseses.

Two men went to Jail for Intoxication. TELLS OF VISIT TO CRITTENDEN HOME Mrs. Albert Evsns Gives Interesting Talk at Meeting of Circle. A report of a visit to the Florence Crittenden toome In Terre Haute, given by Mrs. Albert Evans, was an In teresting- feature of a meeting yester day afternoon of the Florence Crittenden circle.

Mrs. Evans told of efforts made to secure the home In Terre Haute, and of the good it is accomplishing. A plan to enlist the aid of all organizations of the city. Interested In work similar to that of tne circle, in a movement to publish aihd distribute literature on social purity, was presented by tiie press committee. The plan is along the line of preventive work of the organisation.

The eIitet-ing was held in the rooms of the Visiting Nurse association and was presided over by Mrs. Ralph REV. S. W. G0SS WILL PREACH AT ST.

PAUL'S Eighth Annual Memorial Service to Be Conducted Sunday. Rev. Samuel Wesley Goss, of Indianapolis, will preach at the 10:30 service at St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Memorial church SundJay morning. The occasion is the eighth annual memorial service in memory of departed members of the congregation.

The pastor. Dr. William Forney Hovis, will be In dharsre of the services. Sn the evening a sacred choral service will be given by the quartette choir of St. Paul's, assisted by other soloists.

DAMAGED BY LAKE ICE. Drifting Fields Crush Boathouses Owned, by South Bend Men. Immense ice fields driven by the high wind to-day destroyed boathouses at the summer homes of County Clerk Frank P. Christoph, L. Clarence Ball and C.

A. Dolph at Diamond lake, Cas-sopolls. according to a telephone message received this afternoon. The launches and. other boats were saved, but the buildings were crushed like shells.

The boathouse owned by Messrs. Christoph and Ball was the largest and finest at the lake. The former will go to the lake to-night to investigate the damage. ELMER BUFFHAM CALLED AWAY BY FATHER'S DEATH Will Return Monday to Resume Duties at Indiana Theater. Elmer Buffham.

manager and director of the Indiana Theater Stock company, was called to Bloomlngton, TIL. to-day by the death of his father, George Buffham, who died yesterday. The funeral will be held In Blooming-ton to-morrow afternoon and Mr. Buffham will return to South Bend Monday. The elder Mr.

Buffham was 70 years old. Some time ago he was injured In a fall and his condition was critical for a time. Paralysis and complica tions resulted In hia deatn. Mrs. Freeman Improving.

Mrs. Thomas Freeman, of 1901 Michigan who fs critically ill with pneumonia, appears to hava passed the crisis and is slightly Improved today. Her daughters. Mrs. George C.

Chandler, of Rochester. Ind, and Mrs. Louis A. Kaetxer, of Gary, are with her. Cary Long, resident manager of the Auditorium and the OHver opera house, is confined to bis room 'oy iu ness.

Mrs j. Oliver will entertain at bridge Monday afternoon. TK. TMAtm' AM nrwlft of Towell Heights Methodist church, will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Deako.

The Auf Wleder Sehen dancing club entertained with an Informal danclnff party last evening- In the Knights ot Columbus nail. The Ladies Aid society of the First Reformed church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Amanda Felty, 719 Michigan avenue. The Young- Women's Home Mission- rv nptv nf th First Methodist church will meet Monday evening with Mrs. George B.

Simons, 7i J-eiana av enue. Mrs. William Jayson. 232 North Lafayette street, will entertain with a Lenten tea Thursday afternoon for the women of Holy Trinity English Lutheran church. Mr.

and Mrs. 3. C. Tipton and Mr. and Mrs.

A. C. Miller will entertain the members of the Old Time Friends' club at dinner Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs. Tipton. Miss Veva Harrison entertained the members of the Riverside club at her home on Woodward avenue, last evening.

Miss Vivian Huntsman on Cottage Grove avenue will entertain the club March 24. Mrs. F. A. Stephenson entertained the members of the Friday Afternoon Pedro club at cards yesteraay.

Tbe favor was taken by Mrs. L. T. Sted-man. In two weeks Miss Agnes Far- rand will entertain the club.

rpntiA ntrta.inl a. COmnanv of IS vlrl. tMphora In the nrimarv deDart- ment of the Sunday school of St. Paul's Memorial churcn. miormauy last evening.

Dainjy refreshments were served by the Charles Gift. 1018 West Jefferson boulevard, wag pleasantly surprised by the members of we Jolly Buncn club last evening. They were entertained at cards and favors were won by Miss Lillian Martin. Mrs. Bene Pease.

Mr. Mclntyre. and William Liggett. The Home and Foreign Missionary societies of the First Methodist church will entertain with an old fashioned party Tuesday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs.

EL P. Moore. 328 Michigan street. An Invitation has been extended to all friends of tho congregation. The south section of the Woman's league of the First Methodist church will be entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.

Krnaat Rupel. 1311 South Michigan street. The as slsting- hostesses will be Mrs. Otto Collmer, Mrs. George Davis.

Mrs. George Fu liner and Miss Belle Spencer. Members of the Violet club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Emmi Wedel. 918 Portage avenue.

Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon was spent with needlework and a three course luncheon was served. In two weeks Mrs. H. A.

Barnard. 412 Gushing street, will entertain the club, tho occasion being her birthday anniversary. Mrs. David Kryder, 441 West Ew-ing avenue, entertained the members of the Independent Twelve club at progressive pedro Thursday. Favors were won by Mrs.

Benjamin Page. Mrs. Albert Stevens and Mrs. Edward Stouffer. Luncheon was served after the games.

In two weeks Mrs. Roy E. Pinch, 1143 South Main street. wL'l be the hostess. Members of the Ocean Wave club made up four tables at progressive pedro yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs.

Benjamin Tuslng, 90S North Allen street Favors were won by Mrs. H. Hosier, Mrs. F. A.

Brownell and Mrs John Goyette. Refreshments were served after the games. In two weeks the club will meet with Mrs. Brownell. S21 North Main street.

A company of 14 surprised Mrs. Frank Ohmer, 755 Portage avenue, yesterday afternoon, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The guests pent the afternoon with progressive pedro and favors were won by Mrs. Chiarles Hazelton and Mrs. John Howard and the consolation favor was given to th hostess.

Luncheon was served In two courses after the games. Fifty members of Norman. Eddy Sewing circle were pleasantly entertained, yesterday afternoon In the O. A. R.

hair on East Jefferson boulevard. The hostesses were Mrs. Anna u-llams. Mrs. Anna Steed.

Mrs. Mollis Rudduck and Mrs. Van In a contest Miss Jennie Rulo received the favor. Refreshments were served at the dose of the afternoon. Mrs.

Rulo and Miss Rulo will entertain the circle March 24. That suffrage for women was tn-erl table, right, and desirable, was the decision reached by the members of the department of philanthropy of the Progress club after a discussion of the subject yesterday afternoon. The discussion followed a on "School Suffrage for Women," presented by Mrs. Frank H. Dunnahoo.

A paper on "The Extermination of Insect Pests." to have been presented by Mrs. W. H. Miller, was continued until a (meeting In four weeks. The Ladles Aid society of Grace church entertained with a programme of readings and musical numbers 'ast evening in the cfturch parlors.

Among those on the programme were Mrs. William Hege, Marion and Cecil Walz and George Miller, Mrs. Fred Kale Miss Pearl Clark, Miss Ruth Kuss, and Mrs. Byron Tooley. Numbers were given by the Grace church qijirtette, the Sunday school orchestra, and tne quartette from the First Methodist church.

Light refreshments ire served at the close of tlie programme. Mrs. Constant Potler, 802 N'orth Main street, entertained the members of the Missionary society of West minster Presbyterian church yesterday afternoon. After a slorc programme olllcers for the year wtre elected. Mn.

O. C. Meyrci was elect ed president: Mrs. Edwin St.t-e, vice president; Mrs. Daniel Rich, secretary; Mrs.

L. P. Hardy, treasurer; and Miss Mary Mlllhouse. secretary of literature. A social hour followed the election and the hostess assisted by Mrs.

O. W. Gasttl, Mrs. J. C.

Barney, and Mrs. L. P. Hardy, served refreshments. Miss Margaret Williams complimented Miss Ruth Shock this afternoon with a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home.

531 South Main street. The decorations were In green and white and were suggestive of St. Patrick's day. BesAdes the hostess and the guest of honor covers were placed for the Misses Irmyie Sousley, Helen Rush, Helen Haffedorn, Irma Hoot-man, Helen and El tela Lower, Following the luncheon the party was entertained at the matinee performance of "The Chocolate Soldier." by Miss Hag-edtorn, as a courtesy to Miss Shock. Miss Shock wUl remove with her family to Denver next week.

Mrs. A. H. Stephenson. 519 South St.

Joseph street, entertained the members of the Wednesday club and a large company of guests last evening at an Interesting social affair in celebration of the 22nd anniversary of the organisation of the club. During the year the club has been engaged In the study of Shakespearean drama and last evening the members and guests were entertained with a dramatic interpretation of two of Shakespeare's plays, "The Merchant of Venice," and "Julius Caesar," given by Prof. Frederick M. Blanche rd, head of the department of public speaking in the University of Chicago. Mrs.

George B. Beltner, chairman of the entertaining committee. Introduced Prof. Blan-chard. whose interpretations of the fajmtliar dramatic situations of the two plays 'delighted his audience and made a fitting climax for the club's year study.

At the close of the reading supper was served. The table was prettily appointed with an empire basket of daffodils and smilax, and yellow shaded candles. Prof, and Mrs. Bianchard have been guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Otto M. Knfcblock during their stay In the city. They wIl return to Chicago tc-morrow nior.t'i'g Personal Mention. Stuart MacKlbbtn "returned yesterday from Danville. I1U where he spent several days on business, Daniel Flood and family left to-day for Los Angeles, CaL, where Mr.

Flood expects to go into business. Rev. P. Moerdyke is In Grand Rap- Ids, Mlcb, to-day to assist at the funeral of an old parishioner. Miss Claretta Reed, of South Michigan street, has returned from a visit of two weeks with relatives near Auburn, Ind.

Mrs. George Dodd, of South Michigan street, will leave Sunday for a visit In New York and will be absent several weeks. Mrs. Malvlna Hasklne. called here from Charlevoix, on account of foe Illness of her sister, Miss Mary Baer, returned to-day.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Keller, of Portage avenue, have returned from a pleasure trip to Louisiana, Texas and other southwestern states. Routine business was transacted by the Electrotypers and Stereotypers' union.

No. 81. at a meeting held last night In Central labor Cialf. Charles P. Miller, who Is a' student at Purdue university.

Is spending the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Miller, of Clay township. this county. Miss Marsruerlte Pershing, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. W. B. Pershing. 807 Ashland avenue, left to-day for a six months' trip to Pacific coast points.

After an extended visit with the family of Theron Palmeter, of Stanford university, she will visit the various points of interest on the coast, return ing In the rail oy tne way oi ios Angeles. OPEN NEW QUARTERS IN DEPARTMENT FOR BOYS Many Present at Dad's Night at Y. M. Aw New Members. The new quarters of the Y.

M. C. A. boys' department for boys of 14 years and over were thrown open for the first time Friday night, when an open house was held. Twenty-six nev members have been added to the department.

Parents and others interested visitors were shown through the building last night, and each class was seen in operation. The night was celebrated as "dad's night." and a large number of took advantage of the opportunity to Inspect the various activities and the equipment of the department. la a contest, called a 440-yard dash, members '-of the Harvard team scored 60, the most points, by having the greatest number of parents present. Prince, ton had the second largest number ol parents present." -r "The entire second floor of the" building has "been remodeled containing a game room equipped with a fine pool table and an attractively' finished meeting room. A library la Included in the second floor equipment.

The 25 Hoosiers Arrived and the great Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Club opened for members on afairclay9 March 11 things to you. Ladies can join the club at IT FOR LESS. rvmA in at nncft as onlv 25 this reduced price. So if you wish to secure one of the cabinets at the club rate or one doUar a week you should en- SATURDAY going to. cut the price ot black Suede butt'ott Boots.

For days we will sU theiA for ter your name at once. One Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Free. Come in and Leave Your Name. RUGS, FURNITURE AND LAMPS. 82 .95.

a. 1 that a'good Bavin 5 on the price of you have beenVsvantingf-. HEEL LSI it. I SUfeTe Co- AND I SELL.

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