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The Mobile Sunday Register (Newspaper) - March 21, 1915, Mobile, AlabamaMitchells some of the smartest styles of the season now on exhibition including Vogue Gage and Best of All our own inimitable styles exclusive creations that possess character and individuality. Aside from our handsome patterns at popular prices we offer one lot ladies hats rom in values to $3.00, at 1 one lot ladies hats Tojo in values to $5.00, at 7 204-206 Dauphin Stree the Mobile Register. Sunday morning. March Ai 1915. Roxe in. Night at the lyrics Fromari Star and Ong with such ing Power Ait a Chi 111� Burka in to pack a theater oven during and this la what happened last at the lamp a rec theater. Then too. La nothing More attractive than Stive american girl. And Mies made a Jerry of this attractive so everybody saw and knew 10 was who Quot in looking around poo the fashionable Well filled House. Many visitors who Are gracing the pity with their presence at this time responsible for Many Little the Tler parties and after theater suppers at both the Battle House and the Cawthon hotel. Or. And mrs. Holcombe Quill who were lit a Mezzanine Box entertained their a inter or. Louis Cande id faster of new York. I George h. Branston of Charlestown w. A. Arrived last tuesday for a visit to her sister mrs. J. D. Andrews of Michigan Avenue. Mrs. Branston. Who since her arrival has been entertained informally it lunch was the guest of or. And mrs. Andrew last night at the Lyric theater. Miss Marion Overton who is Over from her Eastern Shore Home to spend a week in Tho City was one of the pretty girls noted in a Box last night with Aubrey rates As her escort. Or. And my p. P. Bestor or. And or. And mrs. George Robinson were in a Little party together enjoying a Jerry or. And my f. B. Overall and their two Lovely daughters mrs. Bussell i Olllnger and miss. Luxetic Overall War among others at the Lyric theater last night. Miss Louise Cowan of Moss Point who came yesterday to visit miss Margaret Horn was another attractive out of town girl at the Lyric last night her escort being Allan Hood miss Horn just returned Friday from a weeks visit to miss , and Allan Hood was a member of a House party entertained by her last weekend at her Moss Point Home Quot Joe Hodgson who joined his family Here on Friday for a visit to his Mother mrs. Joseph Hodgson was among those present at the Lyric last night with his Lovely Young wife and who afterwards were at supper at. The Battle. House. Or. Berry entertained As his guests at the Lyric theater miss Ethel Kimball and her House guests mrs. James be Marie and miss Hilda la Marie miss Ruth Turner miss Turner who is the youngest daughter of or. And mrs. W. D. Turner of Laurel miss., has been chosen county sponsor of Jones at the Panama Pacific International exposition the Many friends of this charming Young lady will be pleased to know the Honor was bestowed on her. Miss Turner with the other sponsors of Mississippi will leave for ran Francisco on a special train in the Early part of june. Of new Orleans. Miss Hilda has been visiting miss i m bal l for some weeks and was joined last sunday by her Mother and they will be Here until the Middle of the week. Miss Edith Brown of Philadelphia was another pretty visitor noted in the audience her escort being Tom Taylor mias. Dorothy Talcott of Washington. Another feted visiting girl enjoined the performance of "jerry�?�1 with Hugh Barclay. Miss Ella Packer Blacksher who o. K. Us nationally advertised goods have always been a special feature with the a o. Harris grocery co. We offer you goods made by the country s biggest and most reputable manufacturers who sign their names to every package or article because they Are proud of the Quality and excellence of the goods they offer you such goods Are guaranteed to give you satisfaction if any or. Henry Simon and Man Hilda Simon were with their guest or. Folder. Other noted were or. And my Jack rom jr., and Hammond Gay far mias Gladys Tompkin and Leonard Metzger mud Rebecca Herndon and de Overton Mia Biditha Brown of Philadelphia and Tom Taylor. Among the Stags were Joe Bibb Carl Holmbom or. For Helmer Ike forchetmer., John Randolph boiling Holden Hagan and. Murrell Shields attractive new Orleans girl to visit Here mlee Genevieve Watson who Haa Heen enjoying a visit to friends in Pensacola and to her grandmother in Milton Florida returned Home saturday miss Olga Favrot of new Orleans a notre Dame girl Cornea monday for a visit to mias miss f a rot who 1� a most charming girl was a Debutante of last season in Tho Crescent City. The Friendship of these two pretty girls began at school when they both attended the Maryland College and although she arrives during Lent and things Are a bit More quiet during holy week and. The week preceding it there will be Many pleasures of an informal nature and Auto trips in and around Mobile to entertain her As her hostess owns a handsome car and is an expert Motorist and this together with the Beautiful Spring weather Mobile has been reveling in recently will be conducive to outdoor frolics and outings. Play progressive Rook the regular meeting of the Friday afternoon social club was held at the residence of mrs. Morris Brigance at 22 Montauk Avenue on Friday. The afternoon was spent in playing progressive room there being three tables of players. The Home was cheerful and inviting in every Way with the Lovely Spring weather which made the afternoon the More enjoyable. Frozen desserts were served with cake As refreshments and mrs. Bri Ganco As was a charming and entertaining Little hostess. Next Friday the club will meet at treat in Richmond and the Booth generally As or Page we Boro at Pine burst no of where he spent is Early boyhood and is closely related to a number of prominent Virginia families. Or. Taylors daughter a teachers miss George Taylor daughter of Hon George if Taylor received a Nice and. Mih Stantlay. Compliment just after graduating from Grouchet school at Haiti More. Short Jug after her graduating she was tendered and accepted a position As assistant teacher of biology in Wellesley College Boston. Miss Taylor entered upon her duties at Wellesley in february says the dam polls time. For Canadian visitors Quot on wednesday the Beautiful Home of mrs a eos Burti on Hazel Street was the scene of an informal reception from 3 to 6 of clock when she entertained for her attractive Cousin miss Ethel Britain of Hamilton. Canada and mls Lena Cote of Oakville Canada. Both Young ladies being accomplished initial clan Tho hours were thoroughly enjoyed by ail. During the afternoon hot chocolate and cake was. Served by mrs Eastburn assisted by mrs. J. B. Caza Las. Those invited to meet these Lovely Young ladies were mrs. H. Gill mrs. J. Of Connell mrs. A a Richard. Or. F. Britain mrs. J. B. Harkey mrs w. St Rick land mrs. C. Goff miss Porter of Springfield so and miss Eason. A a birthday party the invitation sent out by Little Sara Hall to her birthday party which were conveyed to her Little friends by a Little White Rabbit with Pink eyes foretold that though easter was yet two weeks off the Joy of that season was to prevail at this party. A crowd of Little Friend assembled at her hemp 428 Spring Hill Avenue at 3 30 of clock and As the afternoon was bright., games were played both out of doors and indoors. Mrs. Hall a assisted by some of the mothers of the children and by miss Mattie Gusman who a the Kin attended Tho performance of a Billy Burke last evening with Hammond Gayfer and mls a Margaret Blacksher with George Gage composed a Little after supper party at the Battle House or. And mrs. W. K. Syson and or. George Fearn sr., enjoyed the performance together and supper afterwards at Tho Battle House Vansant. Or and. Or. Joseph St. A Tucker and or. And mrs. Charles a. Mohr were noted together in the audience. Two other visiting girls noted in the audience were misses Margaret Little and Stella Searcy of Tuscaloosa the guests of mrs. John t. Cochrane. Or. And mrs. Avalon Tacon mrs. Goshorn and misses Vera Williams and Lillian Doyle composed another Little Quot party at the Lyric. Among the couples noted in the audience were or and mrs. Henry Hall Clarke or. And mrs. Thomas b. Marshall or. And mrs. Gregory m. Luce or. And mrs. Mark Lyons or. And mrs. Harris Vaughan or. And mrs. A p. Bush or. And mrs. H. P. Cole or. And mrs. It m. Friedenthal or. And mrs. L. J. Davis Margaret Horn and Fred Raich miss Mabel Hurt we 11 and Jack Courtney miss Annie Moore prove St and Henry Hall or. Miss Ciara Sims and John Robinson miss Alice Terrill and Ernst Buck miss Helen Tirril and will Leonard of Pensacola miss Eula Walsh and Ben Campbell miss Hilda Drill Han and a Charley Baumhauer Mia Irwin fear it and George Izard miss Jamie Grace and Claude Hensch or. And mrs. Led Pollock and mrs Louis for Helmer were together also or. And mrs. Robert Schwarz and mrs. Maurice a Forzheimer or. And mrs. L. Schwarz and or. Henry Schwarz of Montgomery. Miss Irma Greenwood to return Home miss Irma Grey Wald of Meridian. Miss., who Haa been the much feted guest of popular Misa Claudia Fried Anthal for Tho past several weeks will return Home monday. The past week has been As Busy a one socially with the do two pretty girls As the previous Onea have been o a. Friday night they were in a party of ten. At the Sou per Vansant in Tho Vineyard and last evening they were in As party of four at the Lyric theater to see pretty a Billie burkes and later attended the Battle House Vansant. Today is also full of engagements including automobile rides. For St. Louis visitors or and mrs. E. Schoeman Are entertaining As their guests mrs Schoe inane a brother Sam hey Man of St. Louis and his Friend. Or. L. Eberlin also of St. Louis. Last night or. And mrs. Schoeman were hosts at a theater party at the Lyric and an after theater supper party at the Battle House their guests being miss Rosa Reiss miss Dot Hess or. Eberlin and or. Heyman. The residence of mrs. J. M. Brown at j Hergarten teacher of Little Sara in in 283 North Jackson Street at 3 a m. Certain Long them and among the games played was. Pinning the ear on a big the Shakespeare club i Rabbit the Little boy who was most the Shakespeare club at its week-1�j��? to a a i meeting hold yesterday at 11 u. A. J1, i with mrs. C. J. Torrey had the pleas \ bite one. Sara who ure of welcoming As guests miss jttaln.1 her fifth year today suggests Margaret Mccaw who is on a visit Tju i a so a in 8weetness, to her old Home and mrs. A. H. A a chose the Spring colors for Buchannan of Auburn who will be c decorations of her table. The a delightful acquisition to mobiles a Nowy birthday cake lighted with social and club life a she has come ave Green candles was the Center Here to reside. While As souvenirs for the children mrs. John b. Harvey presided and were easter eggs filled with Bonbons following the Reading of act ii of the color tone was carried out in the Henry i part Iii and the critical i ice Cream cakes and mints and those comments by the referee mrs. A who enjoyed this birthday feat with Gan Tho following questions were Dis Little Sara were Ruth Morton Ernes cussed Tine Marie Louise and Corinne in 1. Where do Yorkus two sons draw Holm Janice head Dan and Rachel their character Lacfi in a single line Finch Effie earns Charles Edward 2. How does Richard comment on Barron Richard Rasberry. Lucille the news of Warwick and Lorie sloth Gattward and Mabel 3. What was the worst irritating Eberlem Bertha Worthington to topic to Margaret Isephine Elaine and Tom Brown 4. Explain lines 73-i4, a i would Julian and Lucille Miller Truman and your highness Etc. Arminta Mcgonigal Olga Friedrich Johnsons opinion of the80nt Gladys Karlborn Alma Fisher Kings Mournful speech. May belie Crawford and r. W. Rey 6. What two special instances re a Bijj mind the King of the higher duties of his position forgotten in his desire for repose notice of meeting places 7. Give Hudson s opinion of lines the ladies of the government Street 78-84, a what not an methodist Church will hold meetings 8. Trace the Omen of ill Luck at this week at 3 30 of clock at the Fol cached to the title of Gloucester. J lowing places 9. Contrast the characters of Clif a monday government Street Metho Ford and Warwick. J dist Church mrs. Fred Spaulding 106 a note of thanks was sent by the i stocking Street mrs. Ellis Spring Hill club to mrs James Hagan chair-1 to West Chidester Street St. Stern an of Tho committee for the re a pens Road Church in probity Day Celebration thanking tuesday settlement Home mrs. Her for Het service As chairman and Mamie Dumas. 64 Michigan my for the splendid program to Winch 1 Price Williams. It North Bayou mrs. The Federated clubs of the City aeon Smith 16 North Monterey Iri buted. Which Featon Tion. The club has a it from mrs. Hagan for appreciation. The Dellbra i yet t a reply Weir note of wednesday mrs. Burgoyne 179 South Broad or. Gates 207 South Georgia Avenue mrs. Frazer 210 state Street mrs Davis Spring Hill and College. Thursday mrs. Martin 34 old Shell Road mrs. Hargroves 35 South Ann Street mrs. Howard 53 North Ann Street mrs. Edwards 108 old Shell Road mrs Mccormick 1006 Selma Street. Lecture april 6�? on tuesday evening april 6. At. 8 of clock in Trinity Parish House or. Roderick Mackenzie will give his illustrated lecture on Benares the sacred City of India. Not Only is this lecture most interesting and instructive., but probably there Are no pictures in this country which five a truer and More artistic idea of Benares As the artist himself is the photographer. Personal notes / or. And mrs. J. A Bush. Or. And mrs. W. F Tebbetts who. Have been spending a few Days in new Orleans accompanying their sister mrs. Arthur Glover Gage who was returning to California after spending the Winter Here in her old Home with her Mother mrs. J. C. Bush All returned Homo last night. Or. Gessner t. Mcorvey is spending the week end in Tuscaloosa with his parents colonel and mrs. Thomas c. Mcorvey. Miss Marie Clifton returned wednesday from St. Louis where she visited her sister mrs Charles e. Brown. She accompanied her sister to new York for a stay of a couple of weeks during her absence from Mobile. A prominent engagement speculation has Bee Rife in regard to Quot the engagement of pages daughter handsome of the Northern newspapers printed accounts of her Fiance As a Young French Nobleman who was supposed to be somewhere in the trenches defending a that j dear the following announcement which has been authorized by the family appeared yesterday a the engagement of miss Katherine Page to or. Charles p. Quot Loring was recently announced in London. Miss Page is the daughter of Hon. And mrs. Walter a Page her father the United state ambassador to great Britain. This announcement is of unusual in i every item is a Money Saver exclusive millinery at popular prices new treatment croup and colds i atm by inhalation and absorption. No stomach dosing. Plenty of fresh air in the bedroom and a food application of Vicki so Yap of Kob me Over the Throat and Chest is the Best Clefense against All. Cold trouble. The medicated Vapours released by the body heat loosen the phlegm Clear the sir passages and soothe the inflamed membrane. In addition Vicki a i absorbed through the skin. 25c, 60c, or $1.00. Row genuine has this Thade Mark a to Jbv a the greatest values in piece goods Ever offered in Mobile everything going monday at ten cents a Yard White figured Madras,.Worth 20c 36-Inch English Nain Sook Worth 15c Check and striped White lawns Worth 15c fruit and Lonsdale Domestic Worth 1254c striped and figured Galatea Worth 15c White and coloured ratings. Worth 20c 36-Inch White Panama Check. Worth 15c 36-Inch boo fold linens Worth Lac White and Tan curtain examines Worth 15c extra heavy bed 15c Pongee and Poppins All colors Worth 15c silk striped voiles. Worth 25c wrong the manufacturer and we will make Good save Money. Buy nationally advertise a 6oods set the High Standard for this store. Attend our Sale this week Bee Mieir display. Fares refunded All the week they 0. Harris grocery co. 226 Dauphin Street this is a Good housekeeping store a theatre supper party a Billie burkes afforded a delightful evening of entertainment for a congenial party of seven who following the performance at the Lyric theater concluded their evenings pleasure with a supper in of the Cawthon hotel. Composing Tho party were or. Atid mrs. Aaron Lowenstein or. And mrs. Sydney Rosenbaum or. And mrs. Sydney Lowenstein and or. Marcus Labenburg of new Orleans who is spending the week end with his sister mrs. Sydney Lowenstein 4 a a supper party at the Battle Home or. M. C. Altmayer who had his Mother mrs. B. Altmayer of new York As his guest at the Lyric theater last night after the theater entertained a Little party at a supper at the Battle House. His supper guests were his sister mrs. B. Schlessinger of new York mrs. B. Altmayer miss Claire Pollock or Seymour Force Heimer and or leasing of Philadelphia who stopped Over j11 Mobile for a few Days on his Way to Florida. In the Vineyard of the Cawthon the Vineyard of the Cawthon hotel with its Sou per Vansant in Friday evening prove a delightful place for youth and pleasure to meet and Many availed themselves of this pleasure. Miss Marlon Overton and Aubrey Raines and miss Vera Williams and j. R. Beggs composed one Latue party Mie Radke of St. Louts w to a visitor to the City for a few Day entertained. Or. And mrs. K. Leslie Marechal. A \ m r. And. Mrs. Id at. Fried Anthal mrs Henry Schwars of Montgomery. Mrs Rosenthal of St. Louis Allsy Lucille Schwarz and or. Seymour Foith Heimer were another party. Ykk3 is Salve color your last years Straw hat with lox Joe f 8 makes old Straw hah look new splendid f or fixing up ladies and children a hats easy to apply Dow is .19 misses of a Tel psf sad Jet Black Dull Navy Blue Burnt Straw Black Cadet Blue i brows a Cardinal red stg Green Violet Ceria Lavender yellow natural suppers Al a basketry colorite department and drug store sell. It or Ted 2sr. W Mumm a a Dpi. M Carpenter Morton co. Choice of All the above monday at ten cents Yard Plain and fancy brocaded Wash Silks up to 39c at 15c cd coloured silk striped Poppins Worth 25c Yard at 15c Yard also special miscellaneous children s White Worth 50c to 75c, at m a a i a a w m a a a # it a 36-Inch bleached Worth 8c Yard 10 Yards for. Heavy Cotton Worth 7c Yard 101 Yards for. Ready made Pillow cases Worth 10c, at. Dresses 25c Cambric 50c towering 35c 7c 72x90 bleached sheets 00% Wertli Csc. At met 5c Worth 50c, at Brown sea Island Domestic Worth 7c Yard. Millinery our hats possess character and individuality that at once appeals to every woman. See our new hats for easter. Our prices always the lowest Are this season especially in conformity with the times. Our hats at 98c� $m8. $4.95 have the same exclusive style As the parisian novelties let your next hat be of Mitchell it will satisfy you. Monday 9 to 11 Only great Muslin underwear Sale a gowns. Skirts drawers Corset covers Etc. / values up to 9 $i.oo, Choice. A tic pillows ladies vests children a rompers fancy coloured Large size pillows Worth 75c, 25c ladies ribbed vests Worth 10c each at. Children a romper play p suits Worth 25c, at. Ivc bargain Day at Mitchells monday

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