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   Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio                               THE SANDUSKY TAR-JOURNAL Cut Price Sale On Artist's Model and Redfern Corsets and models in ARTIST'S MODEL CORSETS will go on sale QQ 3.1 Ail REDFERN MODELS Sf SOCIETY EDITOR'S 2S. Bell. 54. Residence- 86C-X Beh. items for tnis department MUST be signed by the or the information cannot be used Whfm gjvp vour name and dress. All REDFERN MODELS All REDFERN MODELS John Mrs. A. G. Wahler. Mrs. Arnold Mrs. Julia Mpy- Mrs. L. Mrs. S. Mrs. L. Mrs. L. Mrs. T. Mrs. A. and the honored Mrs. R. Mrs PILES QUICKLY CURED AT HOME CORSET FITTER CHARGE t 9 WOMEN'S AMD CHILDREN'S OUTFITTERS. Cor. Market and Jackson Sts. 0 t OUR WINTER .Was never so beautiful as right now Velvet and Beaver trimmed in lace and flowers gorgeous plumage and nobby new fur effects. We can supply your wants in a Dress Hat at a reasonable price and a Street Hat at less than cost price. Full of Knit Caps. Jessie A. Meenan MART1X CO. Accidents Mark Open- ing of Hunter's Season quail near was accidentally discharged. Farr was placing the in a wagon. The shot took ef- feet in his left and it is be- lieved his lung was penetrated. In southeastern Ohio the first ac- cident was recorded when Frank Johnson was shot near Zanesville his twin Harry. More than 100 shot struck Frank Johnson tween the knees and thighs and both less may be amputated. Frank exon- erated his brother. Near Lee was v when a gun carried by bis comnaniop. Charles Siefert. was accidentally discharged. Siefert was the hammer of his prenaratory to through a fence. E.1RTHDAY SURPRISE. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herman on Clinton was the scene of a very enjoyable affair Wed- nesday given as a complete surprise to the in honor of his birthday anahersary. Cards formed i the central diversion of the I four tables being arranged for AS a result of the Mrs. Mich- ael SchaU and Mr. James Galloway presented the silver j spoon and a deck of respec- Mrs. Emil Brengartner be- ceive'd a pretty handkerchief for the second honors and Mr. Herman who also scored second was presented with a the prizes of con- a hat pin holder and a hand- kerchief went to Mrs. Galloway and Mr. Brengartner. At the close of the evening an elegant luncheon was served. Mr. Herman was presented a handsome rocker. CONGENIAL PARTY The regular fortnightly dancing parly of the Congenial was held Wednesday evening in Social Seven and' was a very delightful af- fair. A pleasing program of dances was rendered Mrs. Theresa Leh- man and Mr. and the serving of luncheon was also a feat- ure Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schnurr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Johin IfflrT and Mrs. Peter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mr. tod Kr3 Henry Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bur- Mr. and Mrs. August C. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wie- dpmctn. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lar- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brisrht- man. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. and MI-P FrRnk L7mbach. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bbeling. Dr. and Mrs. C. Knoble. Mrs. F. Held and daughter Emma have returned home after a week's vis- it with relatives at To'odo. While there they attended the wedding of their Miss Paulina Scheller to Mr. August Miss Held being one of th.3 bridesmaids. They were also guests of honor at a dinner party given Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Held of 0. -If Mrs. Dee Sharp gave a five o'clock dinner at her home on Mills street Wednesday in celebration of her fifty- j fifth Numerous pretty were presented to the hostess. Permanent Package Mailed i'ree to All in Plain Wrapper. iWHITLOCK HAD NO EXPENSE from Page The rabbit got after Curtis Massillon. practically shot 'off his right hand. Miller lost throo flKgers -nhen his gun was accident- ally discharged by catching on a he was trying to bring it to his shoulder to shoot a bunnj. Harry a young farmer of near was ac- shot while out with his Campbell. brothers were hunting Camnbell Creei- fired at a rabbit. Harry Creel- received the charge in his right -hip. Another hunting accident near -oinnati when Oscar Hilli- a was shot in his right which may have to be ampu- tated. Hilligar was cleaning his while exploring the in Pheasant Hiflge when ihe gun was accidentally John Farr. vice nrfsu'ent fiT Hack P.aiK.-'.p nt Hamilton. O. whon a. Jshotgun with which lir was i Independent Mayor of Toledo Makes t Statement to Board of i Elections. j TOLEDO. 0.. Nov. Whit- who was elected mavor of Tole- jdo for the fouith time Nov. filed with the board of elections a certified statement that he did not spend a single cent for expenses during the campaign just ended. I W. B. socialist candidate for j declared that he spent expounding the cause of i but had no personal expenses. YISITED CLEVELAND A report published in the Milan uews that Ambrose Kelley and Miss Flora Snyder had gone to Cleveland. Buffalo and Canada for a visit ia de- mecl by thr parties. They say they to Cleveland fo be thf suests of Mr. Mrs. George i Fills are Ail vege- sugar-coated. A gentle laxative for all the famiiy. Consult your doc- tor freely about these pills and about all medical matters. Follow his advice. He certainly knows best. Mr. Fred Sch'ele of Put-in Bay is the guest for several days of his cous- Miss Ella Lee. Mr. Fernaml Leblicq. a student at i Cleveland Medical was in the city Wednesdav enroute to Ann Arbor. On his return he will also spend Sun- day at his home here. Attorney R. B. Fisher was a Cleve- land business visitor Thursday. Miss Mareuerite of Ob- spent Sundav at her home here. Mrs. E. G. of is a guest at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rosino on Mon- roe street. Mr. J. Albert manaser of the NorthweFt Ohio Agency of the Ohio State was the guest Tues- div and Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Arend of Jackson street. Following is the cook'ne lesson for TV'day to be given bv Mrs. Gibbon of at the Congregational Planked white Psh. potato Hungarian salad. de- light Macaroni Timbale with tomatoes. A A 4. .1.0 AyerCo AFTERNOON CARD PARTY. The afternoon card party given Thursday afternoon by Mrs. William Senn home on South Hancock was a very delightful and brought together a congenial com- pany of about sixty guests. The var- ious rooms were beautifully for the occasion with autumn flowers artistically and with greenery formed a lovely setting foi about ten tables. Progressive the play of the afternoon and pretty prizes were awarded the successful participants As a closing feature a luncheon of pretty appointments was the guest's remaining seated at the small tables. v v RECITAL PLEASED. Piogiams arranged for piano or violin alone are offni rather monot- onous foi the parents and friends who attend for in mam thcsr pai'pntb do not fuuy appreciate I good music This was certainly not I ...c casp in the recital given Wednes- j day evening bv pupils of Wing and Heifer at the studio of the tenner on Fulton for violin and piano wpie happily min- gled A large aiidienjp listened with pleasure to thp piosram iPiidered. The pupils gave their various numbers v ery tha-eieniiitL. one of interest and pleasure for those who attended. The second of the series will be given on Wednesday of next week. -I- Mr. and Mrs. B. K Taylor returupd Thursdftv fiom VounT-tow'i w rre have been spending the summer. interesting meeting of the Nine- teenth Century club was held Thurs- day morning in club room of Carnegie library. Mrs. 'Charles Cra- mer was leader in the Reign of Gideon and His Son Abi- Mrs. Nina Goodwin gave a sketch of the work done by the state federation in having recently returned from a visit in Ind. where she heard tne report of the del- egate to the state federation meeting held in Indianapolis. A social session of the W. R. C. will be held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Fannie Everett. The Pyramid Smile Many cases of Piles have been cured by a trial package of Pyramid Pile Remedy without further treat- ment. When it proves its value to get more from your druggist at oOc a and be sure you get the kind you ask ior. Simply fill out free coupon below and mail today. Save yourself from the surgeon's knife and its the doctor and his bills. FREE PMX1GE COUPON PYRAMID PILE COMPANY. Pyramid Mich.. Kindly send me a trial treatment of Pyramid Pile Remedy at once by in plain wrapper. Name Street i City................State did not pass the act providing for rep- resentation in the lower house of con- gress under the- new federal census u ntillong alter the session adjourned sine die. Such an act must have pro- vided for but twenty-one members whereas by the new federal appor- itionment Ohio is entitled to twenty- Need No Changes in Present Laws from Page who stood out against the proposition to the last in our cont'erencp. is not opposed to a special session to if only these city distiicts will be but you know that if a special session is held and tney change only the city districts members will object and lefuse to suimort the proposition unless their districts arc dressed up. too But for that fact Mr. Sharp's proposition would not he a bad one. We have got to make it appear that the special session is foi the general benefit of all parts of the will iou meet the objection that the governor makes that the re- districting matter ought to have been taken up in thp session of the legis- latuie last hp was abkecl. is not an objection at I'pplietl rinl-ey. bill making District-' that have been passed last winter would have been a geirj- mander pure and simple. Congress Reliable as well as rea- sonable Fine Furs from T0 Coats a specialty at rea- sonable I save you money becausej i do not pay big store Muss Tod Rothernipl. vvho was the j guest of Mrs. V. 0. re- J turned T nurbday to Pa. i Mi itor at eland Mis.-- Clara Roescb will entertain the J- dub at her home on Friday j Mi. HI in Monison of is a w days Mr. and Mrs. Uco. and familv at 1218 Washington St. TRIMMED Another Sample line beautiful new styles includ- ing the mid-winter bonnets at M. Schields- Godfrey 'I ho members of the Naomi society had a pleasant meeting Wednesday cv- with Miss Olga Wild. j V T V Vr and Mrs. 0. and j daimnter of Fut-in woiei in the city Thursday pnroiite to Colmu- j bus wheie they expect to spend the' wintPf. i E A. Hodgins is spending the week in Huron. i v v Mis. Charles Holtz and Mrs. A. J. O'Donnell will IK hostesses at a card social to bf stivPn at Holy Angels' hall. Fjidaj evening. Mrs. Henry Schimminger gave a plea- i sant little affair at her home on Wednesday when she wol- i coined members of the B. K. club. In the euchre H. C. Ebr'-t- captured the trophy. Mis. i Adam Zimmerman took second honors 'aivl puze of wont to Mrs Oorgp T the clow of thp atternoon an elegant luncheon was a V o o O 0 gl MH M H utter of Mills street verv 5 1 pleasantly fntertained the members of 5 Royal Neighbor Birthday club. Sew I inn was thp pastime of the afternoon Pi after which a delirious luncheon was served the Mrs. Mrs t. Sohmid Mr- Mrs A. Samscl. Mrs M Mrs M. K M-Millon. Mrs. Jacob AhTlP. Mrs Mis. Kam-y j Mrs. Barbara The influence of A good breakfast Lasts all day. With body and mind in poise- Swinging along becomes a pleasure. Brain and Nerves depend Much more on food Than we are apt to suppose. When it is easy to digest And contains the right kind Of nourishment. The healthy brain will Respond to all demands. QrapeNuts FOOD Contains the true elements From wheat and Including the phosphates in the Required by Nature in Rebuilding the tissue cells Broken down by Daily wear and tear. a Post urn Cereal Battle Mich. present system of congres- I sional districts was formed twentj j years and it was made by a re- publican legislature. It was a pure gerrymander when it was drawn as to its lines so as to send as many republicans and as few demo- crats to congiess as possible. It does not change the that the demo- crats have fared pretty well under it as the lesult a change in political sentiment. is a mandate of the laws f oui country that immediately after the taking of a federal census congress shall determine the apportionment for congress and the states shall be redis- tricted in accordance with it. Under this provision it is the plain duty of the legislature of the state to make a new system of districts now and it was its duty when it was in session It is known that influences from I outside the state aie being bi ought to bear upon the special proposition in favor of it. Tney come from the na- tional democratic which i hopes in this waj to lay giouncls ior swelling the number of democratic congressmen It is the voice of this organization that is speaking in the mattei through Sena- tor Pomerenp it is was at j first personallv not favoiablc to the 1 special session but is now decidedly for i' and urge Govcin- or with whom he is le- gardpd as very to issue the call for the. special session. If sudi a special session is held it will piobahly assemble about the mid- dle of Dec r-mber. There is a popular notion tbaf the governor give 30 days' notice but that is rot true. He could give only a day's notice if he ho desired. He need not state in the call for what purpose the special session is but must in- form the legislators when they as- semble. A Children's Underwear Special TOO dozen Jersey Ribbed White Merion Vests and manufactured from selected Combed trimmed and all seams finish- ed and sizes 18 to 25c We consider this an actual 50c played on center counter south. DIs-. DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION FOR ECZEMA The most advanced physicians ol this country and Europe are now pre- scribing a wash of wintergveen thymol and other soothing and healing in- gredients for the cure of Psoriasis and all other forms of skin trouble. Ths compound is known as the D. D. D. Prescription. Dr. the well known skin am convinced that the D. D. D. Prescription is as much d specific for Eczema as is quinine for malaria. We have bten prescribing the D. D. D. remedy for I mi self vouch for the D. D. Pre- scrintion for Eczema and absolutely guarantee that it will take away the itch the instant you apply it. If you will call at my store I will be glad to let you bottle on the guarantee that it will cost you nothing unless you find it does the work. And you decide. For that mat- ter a trial bottle lor 25 cents ought to be enough absolutely to prove the merits of the remedy. Drop into my and as I have seen a great many cases of j skin I will give you free a I pamphlet giving directions for bath- for all kinds of skip trouble. Ask for the D. D. D. pamphlet. and Cure of Skin Get posted on this wonderful remedy today. W. A. Columbus Sandufiky. enjoy. Seats are now on sale tit the Sandubky and with the guarantee of money back if you don't think it is one of the best things you ever saw at a like price of admission. AMUSEMENTS SUNDAY'S PROGRAM The big sensational feature for next Sunday's vaudeville bill at the San- dusky Theater is Sidnor Bonomor's troupe of eight sturdy sons of the in the most wonderful tumbling and pyramid building stunts e1 er placed before the public. This act is a hair and has created a sensation wherever they have ap- peared. Others on the same bill are the Great novelty hoop rolling now appearing at Keith's Cleve- an act entirely different from anything yoa have ever seen Hughes in an electrical noveltv musical Doylan and polite a rur- al comedy singing and dancing Claire one of I the singing comediennes in now appearing at the Great La Sure in an aerial no'velty and his wonder- ful acrobatic dogs. Two reels of lat- est pictures complete the bill. Seats will go on sale at the box office Fri- day at 0 a. m. SEiTS FOR Good seats can still be secured for Joseph II Weber's meny musical Where Do You which will en- tertain the playgoers at the Sandusky matinee and Nov. 17. The piece is the joint work of those two clever it T- T- T- LITTLE 31 A YOB'' WEAK Little will not do as a high class theatrical offering. Present- ed Wednesday night at the theatre before a smaii it H. to those had anticipated witnessing a stiong political satire and in almost failed to measure up to expectations-. It was a poor piece of dramatic constitution presented by a nied.iv.re Lompany. The' Columbus street car strike of last year thp theme on which the play jb based an-1 scveial of the char- acters in the play wrre so ...uily dis- guised as to make it apparent that prominent figures in the Columbus struggle were being portrayed. As a semi-burlesque of the manner in which certain prominent Columbus n.en or failed to the situa- tion during the the play have appealed to 'Columbus people where it was first but out- side of that city the playwright's ef- forts will hardly be appreciated George Henry the 'author has written some clever lines but tec satirical vein which runs through thr play lost to everyone except those who followed the Columbus troubles closely. The action of the play rome in for most criticism. Tt was jerky the situations poorly handled and sad- h lacking in a plot to hold one's at- tention. Too many speaking parts irrelevant to main action also weaken- ed the production. BACHELOR'S flOSETMOOy Bachelor's under die management of Gilson and Brad- the greatest ever is the offering at the Spn- rtusky iheaier. matinee and night. Nov. IS it is a high class. clean-cut comedy. of anything and H play one sure to Paul Herve and Jean and the English adaptation was .made by George V. the well-known American humorist. Where do You Live9'' is one of the Simon Pure New York a fact which is attested to by the run of one entire season at Weber's to the largest crowds in the history of the not except- ing the famous Weber and Field suc- cesses. One of the pleasing features of the performance is the Alma a most dreamy melody which is in- fectious. There are fourteen such numbers interpreted by fourteen members of the each num- ber is said to be a gem and each member an artiste. Among the names which are known are Nina Collins. Bertha Violet Marie William Friend. Stephen -Ml. George M. Count De Vassey and Abbott Adams. FREIGHT TRAIN KILLS MAN NEAR VERMILION Special to The Star-Journal- 0.. Nov. whose it has been was at 8424 Quincy was run over and killed by Nickel Plate freight traffic 57p near what is known as the two miles east of in Brown- helm Lorain Wed- nesday afternoon. He is supposed to have fallen between two cars. The Dody was brought here by Undertak- er Beeckel and will probably be sent to Cleveland where a brother and sis- ter reside. A Large Cake lalbers freely in or hot or cold water. Hus is but one of its excellent qualities produced by years of experimenting. There is no ether soap made which so perfectly adapts itself for toilet purposes in all kinds of water. Jap Rose is the one perfect bath soap. REFUSE IMITATIONS. LOOK FOR THE JAP GIRL ON EVERY PACKAGE. Sold by Dealers Everywhere 1SO fff tJSWWjppj WSPAPE 'WSPAPERI   

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