Saturday, December 16, 1911

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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio THE 5ANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL SATURDAY, 16, Shopping with comfort at Pusch, Martin Co. Indispensib'e garments for Women and Chil- dren. Dust Proof a nd Water Proof. Bestyette Rain Capes, Sizes 6 to 16_______....... Our No, 2001 Rain Capes Sizes 6 to 14________ Children's Rain Coats Sizes 8 to 14___ Women's and Misses' Storm Coats, win velvet collar and cemented seams, Sizes 16 to 44, Price Umbrellas for Men, Women good Xrnas Gifts Price and Children, TO mae WOMEN'S AND CHIL DREN'S OUTFITTERS. Cor. Market and Jackson Sts. I Her m i CLUBS AND SOCIAL AFFAIRS OF THE COMING WEEK. MO N DA Y.- Mrs. Emogene Marshall will be hostess to the members of the Coterie at her home on Adams street. Meeting of St. John's Guild. TUESDAY. Mrs. Frank Meyers of Tiffin avenue, entertained the members of her af- ternoon euchre club Merrymakers weekly dancing party at Heslet's Academy. Martha Pitkin Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, meets with Mrs. John F. Williams, of Washington street. Tuesday afternoon Sewing Circle meets with Mrs. George Atwood of Warren street. WEDNESDAY. Twentieth Century club holds aannal Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Rose Rockwell on South Colum-bus avenue. Rheumatism Is A Constitutional Disease. It manifests itself in local aches and joints and stiff mus- it cannot be cured by local applications. It requires constitutional treatment, and the best is a course of the great blood purifying and tonic medicine Hood's SarsapariSSa which corrects the acid condition of the blood and builds up the system. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. decorated the table the centerpiece of v j. ..u T-, r, n j o, v which was a birthday -cake with prop- Mrs. Louisa Zimmerman welcomes the members of the B. Z. Card Club. er numDer of lighted Can Miss X. Moore of Hayes avenue, hostess to the members of her evening j dles were' al5o at eacTh" laee" euchre club. Lestina Lenta club meets with Miss Mayme Wiesler of Monroe street. Frank Boles of Columbus avenue, will entertain the members of the Jolly Twelve. Allegro club meets with Mrs. Adolph Wintersteller. THURSDAY. Mrs. Philip Buerkle hostess to the members of her pinochle club at her home on Clinton street. Thursday night Dancing club party at Odd Fellows' Hall. L-aetus Aland Club meets with Mrs. Rosa Braun. Mrs. E. A..Bechstein will be hostess to the members of the Modern Matrons. FRIDAY. Friendship Sewing Circle meets with Mrs. Gus Schiller, of Osborne St. Dancing party at Odd Fellows' Hall, hostesses, the Misses Heden Kelsey Ada Gundlach, Mary Freitas, Ida Gundlach, Edna Schweinfurth, Lulu Fisher, Nellie Schumacher, Norrna Parker. place. The hostess was presented, among other gifts, with a beautiful bracelet by the following guests: The Misses Florence Schnaitter, Ethel Greene, Pearl Hanson, Jessie Dwelle, Bernice Erckman, Jennie Waterfield. Irene Rittman, Virginia Leiter, Helen Krei- mes, Esther Rhonehouse, Loretta JH- len, Leora Holzaepfel, Harriett Hoff- man, Phoebe Huntley, Mrs. Walter Crusey and Mrs. Louise Herbel. e COURTESY FOR MISS GUERIN The Misses Elsa and Katharine Graefe gave a very delightful affair t Friday evening as a courtesy to Miss! Semi-Annual Clearance dale Women's Lots of Splendid Coats. Following our usual custom at this season, we place on sale without reserve oir entire line of HIGH CLASS COATS. This is not an odd lot bought for sale purposes, but a clearance sale of HIGH- CLASS garments such as we only carry in this mar- ket. Mixtures, Double faced materials, Convertable collars, in greys, browns, novelty cloths, black ker- sey and cloths and other fine fabrics. Tiie best values ever offered. 2 2 23 13 6 15 5 Prospective buyers will best serve their inter- est by an early inspection. I I AVIATION CAPS A useful and appropriate Xnms-present would be one of our knitted hoods or caps. We have every style and color to fit babies, school children and Misses as well as the large knit Automobile Hoods at prices from FIFTY CENTS TO THREE colors. EPILEPTIC FIT KILLS INFIRMARY RESIDENT PUSCH, MARTIN CO. Seized with an epileptic fit, Eliza- beth DUlon, 45, died Thursday at the county infirmary. She had had many previous attacks of this character. She entered the county institution from Huron October 16, 1909. Huron relatives claimed the body, which is to be interred in the Catholic ceme- tery at Milan. BERNE, Switzerland, Dec. Louis Forrer, vice president of tne federal council, was elected president of the Swiss confederation. Subscribe for the Star-Journal. HANDKERCHIEFS Our Christmas stock of Handkerchiefs, bought last August go with the rest at GOING OUT OF BUSINESS PRICES Men's and Ladies' 25c all linen initial____21 o Men's and Ladies' 15call linen, initial_____13c Men's, Ladies' and Chil- ;j' dren's 5c plain, fancy, colored borders and pure iinen__.6for 25c Ladies' qualities 75c Ladies' 75c qualities 55c Ladies' 50c qualities 43c Ladies' 25c qualities 21 c Ladies' 15c qualities 13c Ladies' lOc qualities 9c Men's and Ladies' 12- 1-2c all linen plain 11c DELIGHTFUL PRIVATE PARTY. Odd Fellows' hall was the scene of a very enjoyable affair Friday even- ing, when the Lake Shore clerks and friends were the participants in a de- lightful dancing party. Ferns formed a pleasing decoration and music was piano and drums. Ices were served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. W Grob lead in the grand march ana others among the dancers were the Misses Anna Payne, Rosetta uirr, Ethel HalUer, Mary' Freitas, Loretta Gundlacb, Lucille Mahon, Idabel Mis- sig, Marie Dietz, Cora Smith, Mar- garet Ebert, Helen 2orbaih, Arvilla Heyraan, Mabel Schumacher, Alma Straus, Clara Heinz, Stella Weis, Cora Walsh, Irene Hinkey, Elizabeth But- ler, Hilda Moos, Olga Gundlach, Es- ther Crossen, Edna Sharp, Marcella Weltlin, the Messrs. Clarence Wagner, Jap Thiebert, Arthur Dietz, Leo Brandel, Wm. Misch, Clarence Hess.. Srwin Sloat, Arthur Ruemmele, H. R. Westlein, Elmer Brehm, Carl Eggert, John Rentsch, Charles Selkirk, Louis Textor, Carl Weschke, Alvin Weic.hH, Fred Wetterlaufer, Marco Smith, Dwight Smith. Fred Leibach, Nelson Jtard-on, Harry Denzec, Robert Mc- Gonville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gosser, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Hukill, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Saylor, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Robert, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. William Leonheiser, Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Bahnsen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thiem. SHOWER FOR BRIDE-ELECT. Mrs. Wm. Neuman arid Mrs. W. C.! Graves extended a pleasing courtesy EYerything is cut in price, nothing .escapes, 15 days more and kate to more, no new accounts made? no samples given. Fancy Jabots from...........JOc up Linen Towels from to 75c Hat Pins to 75c A nice assortment of Novelties. All Millinery at Sale Prices. P. Fox Company Mary Guerin, who left Saturday for Boston. Five hundred was the play of the evening1 and at the close of Mrs. MeCartey, Mrs. Amelia Miller, i games Miss Leslie GSyior was award- Mrs. Homer Bower, Mrs. R. Bower, ed the trophy. Luncheon was served i Complete line of Silk Hose From 50c Mrs. Dan White, Mrs. Lawrence Mil- as a concluding feature. The favors i To ler, Mrs. Christ Fox, Mrs. Bert Bragg, were very pretty and appropriate, colors. Italian silk, hose, guaran- frn- Tl1 1 T1 rmniQ tllTS PTrj-i n r. tfnnn A Tl At tft HfATl Ktltpll Mrs. John Bragg, Mrs. F. E. White, ing miniature Christmas trees. Amon? Mrs. James Ransom, Mrs. Albert those present were Miss Guerin, the Mack, Mrs. Mary White, Mrs. L. L. Misses Janet Schuck, Florence teed not to drop stitch. Graves, Mrs. Maud Hastings, the Miss- j Helen Zerbe, Mary Graefe, Dorothy es Katherine Hastings, Emily Graves, Haines, Katharine Gawne, Bianra Freda Parker, Carrie and Mary Beat- Scheuer, Leslie Gaylord. Mary Ales- ty, Bertha Franks, Marie Hess, Ruth ander and Marion Parsons. and Mildred Neill, -Maud Cummings, Louisa Mesenburg, Rose and Kather- ine Hacker, Mildred and Norma Par- ker and Mrs. George Bing and Mrs. T. J. Neuman of this city. v v PIANO RECITAL Miss Kennedy presented pupils in an interesting piano recital Saturday afternoon beginning at three o'clock at her studio on Prospect street. The program follows: Overture to William Tell ..Rossini I'l Trovatore................Verdi Martha...................Flo tow Mid Summer Night's Dream, Para- phrase de ..Mendelssohn Miss Leonore Sucker! Down by the Brook..........Cetta Echoes from Bird Land'......Bonnet Flora Waltz..............Weckerly Wilbert Blatt. Two Melodies..............Kofiler Rose Anna Lentz. Gypsy Rondo..............Haydn Dancing Moonbeams......Anthony Mrs. W. E. Guerin, Jr., Files A Petition Making But For- mal Allegations. Norman Le Jeune. Woodland Echoes.. ..Wood Mrs. Rachel Nolan. Nocturne In F..........Schumann Au Matin................Godard Miss Helen Wilkinsen. It Lightly..........Fieldhouss to Miss Clara Opper, whose marriage wipp-poor-will Song......Bonner to Mr. Clinton Parker takes place at; shells of the Sea Caprice.. ..Anthony noon on Dec. 28th, when they gave a Luella Guckert miscellaneous shower at tlie home of How Sweet the Moonlight'Sleeps.. Mrs. Xeuman in Castalia Saturday "Tje-.ave ternoon from two to five. Bouquets I ......Miss'oiga Westerhoid..... of flowers were used in the rooms ana vfhen Evening Shadows Fall there was music and the serving of a j dainty luncheon was another feature. Frolic and Those in attendance were Mrs. Har- ry Russell, Mrs. Elmer Russell. Mrs. Jerome Bixby, Mrs M. J. Nolan, Mrs. Hire. Mrs. Elmer White, Mrs. Frank Wiedenheft, Mrs. A. C. Robin- son. Mrs. John Ringel, Mrs. Henry Hall, Mrs. Mary C. Miller, Mrs. Fred Dwight, Mrs. Chester Brook, Mrs. Win. Zielier, Mrs. Croft Hess, Mrs. Louis Karbler. Mrs. R. M. Ransom, Mrs. Smith Gorsuch, Mrs. F. E. Rardwpll, Mrs. John Beatty, Mrs. S. Intermezzo Baldwin Ropes ..Anthony Les Rienses Op. Nellie Gilbert. .Weyts Miss Mabel Gnckert. FaTitnsie Briiliante......Fieldhouse Starry Night................. If you have used William Flour it will be bread that is good as most cake caks that is a miracle of tender lightness pastry that melts in your mouth. Our own special process, latest improved machinery, per- feetorgaoization, selected Ohio Red Winter Wheat, makes Will- iam Tell the ideal flour. It is also the most economi- the most loaves to the sack. Have it in readiness fas yoor next baking .Re- member to or.cter Miss Carrie Zeilke. Bethlehem................Bonner Meditation..............Morrison Elmer Bergmann. Sonatina Op. 49..........Beethoven Pnowclen, Mrs. Thomas Adams, Mrs. j Erik Mei'or A. J. Mickle, Mrs. M. J. Nolan. Mrs. I Si Knapp, Mrs. Charles Hire.' Mrs. Henry Beatty, Mrs. George Mapus, u Kerber Bros. Distributors 528-530 Water Street, THINK of the suffering entailed by neglected skin troubles mental because of disfiguration, physical be- cause of pain. Think of the pleasure of a clear skin, soft, white hands, and good These blessings, so essential to happiness and even suc- cess in life, are often only a matter of a little thoughtful care in the selection of effec- tive remedial agents. Cuti- ctira Soap and Cuticura Oint- ment do so much for poor complexions, red, rough hands, and dry, thin and falling hair, and cost so little, that it is almost crimi- nal not to use them. Although Cuticura Soap and Oint- ment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a postal to Depi. B, Boston, will secure a liberal sample of each, with 32-page booklet oa Skixt sad Scalp Trcauneut, -1 o S" a Birci. .V Nocturni? Field Miss Elsie Hitter. Prelude Op. 28 No. 15 i Chopin Rrarf Dnnca C'Jmina'le Caprice 'Elegant Op. ISO Lack Miss Esther Kreinies. Vnlse Op. No. 1 Chopin At the Shorf Miss Lenore Guckert. -J' SURPRISE RECITAL Tho Junior class of piano pupils of Miss Ilosenbaum gave a very interest- ins; recital Saturday afternoon at tho I studio of their teacher on Prospect I street. The program rendered was j very unique, Inasmuch as each pupil had selected a. piece and learned it without the aid of the teacher, who was much surprised with the Tvorlv don'-. The teacher in turn had a surprise in store for her pupils, when at th-.- close of the program, the doors of an adjoining room were thrown and they werj yvvited to luncheon. A miniature Christmas tree prettily dec- orated formed the centerpiece at the table, and the various appointments of the menu were suggestive of the season. Boxes of candy formed the favors at each place, covers being laid for about fifteen, The afternoon was brought to a close by the children joining in sing- ine Christmas carols. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. Miss Katherine Burton was tender- ed a pleasing surprise at her home on Columbus avenue Friday evening, in honor of her sixteenth birthday anni versary. Christinas decoration of tol- ly and bells, in red and white made the rooms attractive and a delighUu! social time was enjoyed. In an in- teresting contest the pmes awarded to the Misses Leora Hok- Phoebe Huntley and Heler, Kreiines. Music and dancing wcrt other features, and an eleganv. suppe.i was served. Red and green ribbonf The filing of a petition for divorce- Saturday morning by Mrs. W. E. Guerin, jr., will be a cause of both surprise and regret among many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Guerin. The petition was withdrawn from the files but it is known that Mrs. Guerin simply alleges cruelty and gross 'neg- lect of duty. Mrs. Guerin, who recently returned' from Europe, left Saturday morning for Boston with her little daughter, Mary, who will enter a school in that city. Mrs. Gurein, WEBECT AC'JL'flBr 9TQ At TOICES Cotton and Lisle Hose, 25, 35, 50 cents Fancy Garters, 50c to M. Bruckner MacDonald who was Miss Alice Town Greenleaf, .formally asks for. alimony and the custody of the child, Mary Bancroft Guerin, aged 14. -Her attorney is W. B. Starbird, jr. The Guerms were married in March 7. 1S95. Columbus Records of the Wisconsin state industrial commission show that 233 claims for accident or i death benefits have been filed since the workmen's compensa- tion act went into effect Sept. 1. The fifth annual meeting of the American Association for Labor leg- islation will be held in Washington, D. C., December 28, 29, and 30. Lead- ____________________ ling experts, including prominent pub- ilic officials, will discuss "The Rela- At a meeting of the local order of! tion of State to Federal Workmen's the Barbers' union to be held Monday j 'Compensation and and evening officers for the ensuing year j many other questions of considerable will be elected. 1 importance. WHEN YOU BET A PI1NO AVOID THE HIGH RENT DISTRICTS If you purchase of BS ire Trill and see new taiiblt PIAJfO PAELOES AT EESIBENCE, 520 HANCGCE Sf. BOTH PH03TE8. C. Baumgardner The average number or wage earn- ers employed in the boot.and.shoe in- dustry during the year was in 1909 and in 1904, an increase of 38.003 or 26 per cent. Their wag- es increased from to or 35 per -cent. Any of following, would make an appropriate Xraas present. Our line is complete and we would be pleas- f ed to show same to you whether you buy or not. PIN MUSLIN PIN PINS SHIRT COMBINATION LINKS PINS DRESS BAGS SHEARS OR for BAGS FANCY OR SILK THE WHOLESALE SANDUSKY-TIFFIN NCRWAUC 'SPA'PE'R _ NEWSPAPER!