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TREXTOX EVENING TIMES, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1910. roen are paying, and Doing,- ST. JAMES'S FAIR TO BEGIN TONIGHT [V WOMEN OF SUBURBS i UKEEARLYSHOPPING Christmas Buying is Greatly Stimulated by the Far! mers' Prosperity T h - j Personal ^Mention M .--.-' Miry E C'r ar:;hrrlaln of 343 :s w.-, k. !-: I . y T l e P:,:.-,. k nf !..tw ···-··.!'!,·. i-:i-hard n . i k - r "f Bakers- ^1 r? A S I**" 1 W7!st*ri'c! Jtrifl ^*^r prnn.1- .i-.-.-'-T-'. M: F « M'.::h"! T-jwiisenJ. -- --'' ·· " ' ' "r .T.-. i Mrs ]-;\r-tt . '.^ r Mos- - 1!.. y J7-P.V -. litl'-r :·:,".;-. .T '-=, '. n /,. Tr. · ; , . !'.x«.»,;.-T ;, - . « , i ,e- r;«xt --n by mantis at 2 ·-.'.-!. ck. b u t ** '"'on- te^ f o r ' , at The S t a t e ; instead , transform-store into able aie an t h j ? 1- ttrches arr · --i r-irriv !f;irr:« Cochrano o f . - ! - r ri.i iiavt. n r j address veste-r- . ·-«*:-,. --!..s. .1 !i],-«ttriK of Thp con-; -r-.-v I ' v . b at t h * atidltor'.um of '.··,- :'!''!· -i:: -"I'jh M!FS t"Vi-hran«, :.--··:·! M.-i. «' r »::!^;. r , Xorth CHn- . \v.-r.:;f Tho :ad!e_= invited t o r Joseph M. Forst, i an.} Mrs. J, M. ; Karl A. .Lanplotz has !sh- as to he i far ' and '. of Southard ' Kist Oranere. t o } (-.-ii.-v n »i Harry A. j -leather e. .; -department ili'Or. i? day .hinr.a. In furnini · parlor an. \ tops, iii.c hi- -that 'carnu: f-- i i t-- -library t.-ibi-« v. i t ' : ! oak and mn::--'-";nv v a r i f j v .if ; ST. MICHAEL'S SUPPER -r il C i-o heine eornr!etel · pp"r of St.- A l i e h n f l ' S · wide!-; win ho h*ld ! FINE MUS1GALE AT ST.MARY'S ACADEMY f:.ir of St I Wlleox. .T. Wallam. J. Everltt. R. Jack- I SOP.. E W!immj. H Robinson j ](-*- r r . - H r n V r p \ V i i h : . i n I , a y t n n . i Mrs I T i . r f . T d Mrs I! T. . r u l i r i s o n . ' . ' i k . M j s \ V l l ! l . . M i I.;'.v l " t i . M r s J . l K - . . - m ; . M r - T i;. r r i _ - . . M i s U ' l l l i . u n ' ; R : i r i . ! i ' | h , _ Mrs A. \V ·.:.!·! I ! ; H p . n . ' k . r, h i * fs an..! M"-.\.-rs Miss A · M' ' ' I ' ! . - . : . M!s.« !'. V , ' ! - , t f ) k . - r ' S - - | i j . r Mrs .1 \ V i l - , , x M ' S 1 ' AND SERVED SUPPERS S - i i n e n l s ..* th*» St. M : i r v ' A 1 !;i^* i ; i ^ u In · ' - · - a ; . " · - -:-::;:,; t . · · 11: i R. A m . - r . K t'l, 1 · - m -t!.- !u,,,th Mrs J, Harrison, Mr.- S I . . . . M r; . , - I ! - n r y . M r s H j J t r J . s o n . M i s M rinrs'-y. Mr--. J c,.p.-- ' I ' ;L--. |.r-..ih .Miss P H u r t . M i s s ! · ! H;',-;j. Mi*..; |. ,\-- t i . : . r v M r * \- i j . i ' l d - M i s s A A . s u n , .\'-ss K H i i r n s , . ; . . · . ; , « - - r -. -, · ,. , i: H',,,ii. r . .M!, i; l.a:.-t.-n. Miss" '-; ' ' ' v . ^ ',; !!-!: i - . n , - M..-- !-· S-.,, r...- M , - S v V'V"V ! - s .v : ,'- ; "" v -- v " ; --,. A . . -.. M;-.- , /. -i,. ,-. M ., j , . r , , , s Vi.--- J J,,, k ~ , rj .\!:s t; i . - - . - - \ ( ., , , , I; , . ' ( I j r - i . !-.-., ,; K . .,.,, . ( · c l i . i v M r s H ; . , . | , j r , r ,i M r s , - . l j . ; u : . . r . . M r - A . R,,vi-:. ·. .M-:, M - Menu for Tomorrow fi-. t i - . n "t t,i. larto- «arh*Ttnr '-:' p,-o|!e H i - i - i d'-rt'ii the -sinrm In order to !.» t,r- .s.-nt Charl,-s 11 ' l a y t . . n , Herman K- !lst:il-. .Mln-rt S.-udder ajid J:.rr-s ! h,."·:::· rsl.-y arfcd as the -uinniitu-u . .1 i-. r ..- n I LUNCHEON, SALE AND FAIR. '-'· T . . i t i )·'..:.·.· a n : i ; . ' S .md l u i i . '^-'ns «ere s.,].i i - v I V - I.sidli .»' A i . j So.-!ety nf ;'!-. t i « . - . . A-.....-IU.. M K. c t i - i n - ; i " last ! ' ' f K - ·.'-;:;n-. , nri t'.i- .sale v \ ; ! l c o n t i n u e ·· -; ' ' : i'. ! · - T ' , . - . . . - r : , ! t ; . i r l . l t..-,!. .1 r..,-. v v n n i n f f . · ' · ' " · · - ."-.'I.- i "!....."3 ; 'i 1; P - . ; R I ! . : .-.!»-.-I r.-.ir,j \\!..-rv the ! ' · ' · ''."..-::;· --.i-:.-. sal.- is li.-itis; :..-M. nr.; atTru:tively , and ar!:!:.-ial ):-«. rss. M;-s. Fran«-is i MiJl-T is . '.ah limit uf ihe y--ri*-ral c»m- I n i i i t ' - i - . :isi-ist-.-d by Mrs. A l f r e d Cham-^ rlair;. . .-i-.. ,;. K i-'j.i.-in.-rs. 11. i - , , : M f . . r . l of the m t h e i ' r . u : :.r, F a t h e r Sihtn:-!! ..f S'. t h , i'.-'V Jair-es J. i ; . !. i n i f l - h o R e v Th-n-.as inc !n t h e lT h o u s e . ; . n ^ n "f :ne parish ):ave nn en- j r - p u t a t l o n for serving- excellent j ?.- T';-;re will be a sale of -fa-ney '. , .M:s- IT, H. ret"oii is president of the ' " '"'-' : i~:-.".r:-:r. niidT ti'.e direction »f v. .·:··".-. .rsa!:iza:!on the supper will he SEAL PLUSH AND IMITATION PERSIAN LAMB ARE COMBINED. The vo»,"ue ,,f sealskin has brought hack the one-time ^..pillar «=eal plushes' and suine nf this sc-,is'.i»'s earm«=rits i.f beautiful iua!ity plush are r'pplly 5 very a t t r a c t i v e . Tho pic-turort mod. : l shows a new- cut, v.h ; ch \vi!l Ke fr.unrl t,, be l:«-.,minK to tho tall, slpnrlor fisuro. .. In faet_ "thp tWtail woman ran take nff sf-vcnil im-hps of hfr height with this shape t-r-a-t. Bai-k and fronts arp somi-tutuis and the-^slpevos are m r - d i u m iti sizt-. Th,- widr rollit-i; collar, d f f f . i - u t f s and dpep h;uid at th,- bottom arc- of imitatioi! "Persian lamb Heavy -ord ornaments fasten the fronts to the waistline. : j '.Man-he Hrilliantf," Hol.=t Miseps A i i n - s Sinytl:. Mary M.-'..Tl'.\ ,\!.-nv : J,aml,f-rt, .NVUin ri'Toolc. Hr-l.-n Mr - ' i.r..ean. Mary irar.op.oy: piati.. 4. (·i:.«i=s .leonctte Kills, l-'usir- Rns.Tit.r-rs "r';.-,-.,lc.." U r a i - n i M.-i.st.-r 'l-.m^lt f"irrisl',. Miss Flo r -nfe M;trtln, M a F t - r · . J,i.=r-pii cnffroy. Miss M a r t - - .Dor.linc ': i "-':aHfit.i and Hlzzara," Pa^-non.-, ]ii -i Mls.si-a M i r y M.w.nf r. Marnar.-t S.-.TL-; i hFi'lEr,- 1 . Master ',^r, rK ,^ H o f f m a n ; Misses' Philiil.s, H d r n M"orrL«.--y.. Marie' if:ar- n:i«!y, .Master Oeora*. '!afCt-y. Misses Mn-st-r U'nuatii' raliu'.ian' "~ " '* : f ^ ' - r t u r e . "Mh,^ron." von \\vi,f»r--'. IHse c.iUiarino M*.-'-an. Miss Marie 'Vonrnrdantifi." Ascher --Mis.s.-^p Mari^ I j o o i j n j r , - Acnr-s Smytli. ('HtT-nrinr. Moohun, Flor.-nce M.-.rtin, f n t h a r i n e - M"UUH(5.-. Mary Lanibvrt. Marsaret i Mullarly, -Josfplune Ffrzs.-rn.ld. '·('ahiiun Mareh." Bratuirns-- Master ' | Josfph Haffew, Miss MarBiiret Moor« Master Ck-ment Cornish, Miss Alice i ilillrey. . , ""^'alae B r i l l i n n t e . " iraszko«-ski-- ! Ml.sses .\viii... u'Tool.., M a r y J e n n i n g s . - I Amit-s, Srnyth. Alice Mulrey. Marsnn-t · I . Mull.-ady, Josr-piiine Fitztri-raid, Mar-j | rart-t' i;»£"-rs. I ' r j t l i a r i n t - Nolan.. : ! "Spanish liani-,'." Mandolins--Misses ; J.an.-tt.. KIM si, Klsie'-rtosf-nlitTK. Miirj- 1 ! j I.a^itH-rt, M a r y Mr-Sorley. Helen M.-- I JGo.i^aru Mp.r.v Mahoney, Sarah P h i l - . I : TI^SS of The n^r." ?-'- «stry "taH* .-.v.-rs .edg-es. ins't-rMl ·!' ·centres, ti-it'.i g s n r e . .-.Similar- b'r.rcl-?rs ' i iiu re |h-r;-' r- P -Pietur«-s. f«iinte-- '-ana otiier an Mrs. A T. ' h**r-staTidar,] 1 .Vl'fy,-" -!o,-kF. -ttes fn ^\(~i.-Sifts. Trn. -hr: plitin ; rv s,,.:.n ·r ia',1.. .-. ; TOO " X * * ;n "."VTition tn t / v - r^-ins i",\- r^i r=n,i r.rh--r · i"..r t 'hri.-tni.'.s · r / i - - l = i H i - i.i-ii -F .:··· Th--r" "·_.- handsonie .-njnli. l.rusli in The --y . fiiand 1 . a n d ;i fiTi- · T mono??' is.-vh-.wri. : 1 ally lMT?r-e line. * '-aml : \v,-'^'-'i: ^- "Vl ·'·";. jiJBp i'-T.d xyatch Tji*'-r-..-!.-; an .'sii.-.-l- f v, !ii.--fc--s for men U ^? f-xi'T links, stic-k fot.p. Th,.- 'snore is n?]. ready f^-r .ear]".' GIVEN BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. j Flaie was purpris^d last t ' home of Miss 1'om Xi-.ff. j iu-. in cf^IetTriition of h;s ; E . i r t Iiday. The ev'oijiriK- w-as spent tnes. inptrument.il sol.,?, and vo,-n! ! r,-n.Vr-d hy M.-sprs. Cummings. i . AUJ^rs'.a and Lisher. \ -c-shnK-nt.s «- t -n- servefl' in the! -ij''irc room, w h i c h was* artistic- [ d*r?r:i 1--.1 with f i n k -tnd whit-; I i n-p- itar-f-r n - i d «'iit ftow-erp. Ainon^ j iho.ot- pn.--.-nt \\-ere Miss* s May ,M*y- ; , rs. T.»-nora'"Snyijnr; .'Marion Hartrnan. " Fh.v^i, Kuir^rs. May Ros^rs, Ella Stu!t7.. R-.-.triee Firtii and Miss Wax- , r,--n. :tii-l 51- ssrs. John Koppinc«-r. Hale ' Wa|i,.-i ('u'niniirvss, Theorlore Eijsth.-in'i. K'i.'.':n J. Ait].; rj'-a. Th*-odore J^laf-k. FVtnl; Ktrth. "Frrinei«i Howell. K t u l t s - ' ! "'' th -in. ---r al!v iU MarRiierite Jloore, Slareanri Itosrers, -NVllie. O'- ! Catharine ' HOME TALKS ENTERTAtNED FRIENDS, LITTLE PROBLEMS OF THE HOME Jbme jC/fffe Qtit-of -toe-Ordinary (fifts »i»Isidir Lt.--.-m disp;a\ p s. hoi of 1 A certain housekeeper win receive rather an out-of-the ordinary gift, this Christmas, and one. which certaJnly ou.efn in please her If one can draw rynriusions of what site would like hy her actions. She is continually going stojjte : iaanicjjre pe!!-. Mi.^.-i T-rn K. -Xess. daughter of Mr. i artjons her friends and asking- -sugar,.! Mrs. Jo-seph Nes»s. ejitertained'last: F'esiions for her. nienus. She? loudly neek-*-; ~'KT. fThristm.'sj!. '·har!fi'K-'-r..'i'-fs". 1 "' v V r:i ' J -*'"' ftt -, flrr Pnreius' home, IS Cook ] hewaUs ifto ra-t -that .she never knows i,a~*'-' -A 'VmK susp'.-mlW* r ' ! "' v 3 ' i^es. artistir- .l-vruf f-cir,KH).is. loiiic ers.- fancy animal iny.-v f-hiidren'f The N-essi h.-rne was' heauti-} what · W have for breakfast, luncheon r,fr,-.rai,rl u-ith. lotted plants and;..r dinner.' arid lier familiar plea is: ' boots; .£-'u?ry .s "Sap^^^nrnpni - ·w^Tsf't ; : _efeoice"-:veU5nirs ar fo'r -ut. i].-,wrs.- .rta-m.es i.nd. dancintr ?"erei "Teil.irre w-h'iir"to"i 1 av?lV,rrt«m*r'' n.du.^d in -«n,J_ ».'wx-heo^vvasserved.;.- So -one intimate- friend prr-minf-Rr men j ^ s and * in t h e · v-k of. Th»- "T'l, -A-fl - ' T-^I " ' """" ·* "·· i - * i - w * * j i t « L-T----. t i j 1-1 i i » i-KlS- "O-f*? U'V nv,= r \r -tt ' Blisses raeanor.questioned the husJ'and ajid son to'dis- ^^^r^Sr:^^ £?"*?: ?^'U- f a m i l y - l i k e s and dl^rk.s ,n T. - i ^ FA · Ali £f ». S *Ul !f- rt ?" en ^. : Ule- matter of fhod- i:»zrT£. i:ea:rtee Firth'and- Marion ~ She knows fairly i-ar. .a'i.1 piiv"s. fancy Ioc.kiStfcoo"ks, ; auto fM-eaterp. m tiffs. an4 -' for -women and txiSdren. -'-shawls; ' riWions. IiTiirikets, .qiiittp. elts/ and hose . stippnrters. Th^- fp.ll 'nf .useful 'a?tf-Iesf : suTtaMi'' " ' " '·'. K.L=tham. Walter C. ^iimminKp. Ed- ·.vi'i'.J- Anderson,.Charles A. Flalgr. Carl ; T.her,d,-..re Flack,-.lohn.Kuppln- "With this data'stle . er.. -Mstrcus H-: Ilale JFI. Ness, 'k Ness and Srs..John Rogers. Bl RTH'DAY PARTY. trf'.-QKt rrj^si--reitiarkVil.tlt* 'achfe.ve-.- 'In "t5ic""KTi.=ini!Fs; liTe..--f .tliis city '-, feartment-jstofft of .tlrkeit- .E Kohn, in f. tlte":sehamBersl-niTC- : ' d'tstric-'t.-" just - !e4:' Ijas planned o u f a month's mentis^ ·has .planned thejn carefully'to be tJzinp, tr -contain- proper food combinations,and -risrht'fopd valuea r to- be- suf- fieiently varied and- to' so aovetall 7 In that nofhtas win ·he-Tvasted 1 : She . h a s had ,each-'da.y's : menu type--. | " K r i k K k a n k tinrl Krominssmareh," j ·( Kr»4si-hni-r--Mi.ss"S Beatrice Clarke,: I lleU-n JIi-'.JuJa:in,- Catherine Moohan, ' I Calicrin'- M.-tjunde. j ... j "LifllaUye." liarris--Violin, Master : j Ed-u-nrd C a i l a h a h ; aerompajiist, Wil-1 ! liam CallaJian. . i I "Marrlie Militaire," mandoiln r.lass.;· Weaver--'Miss.-s -Florence. Martin, .Miss i HeJ*»n Me(ioo^an- - ' t .'.'Rondo' Brililante," Mohr--- Misses j Florence Martin. Catharine Moohan, i Catharine MeQuade. Catharine Xolan. i "March Honrroise r " Kojvaiski ~ ; Mf«»s Margaret Mulleady, Beiitriee! ("lark.\ .Helen Mt-Guigaii. Josephine j Fit'zprerald. CONCERT PROGRAM needleful of thread all sh" has to do Is .to slip all the needles bark Uut one, draw .the lenpth of the thre'ad she wishes, snip it off, tie. a knot and the spool and needles are . ready for tlip next needJeitil.,,sIH wanis. A gift that'rias already tieen sent to a n d MandoliTi' Cluh§ of Princeton Uni- f For the concert of t h e . Banjo a.sHut-in consists of odds and ends j VPTSi l y ; :of..sllk, sa,tln, rjhton atid lac", .some.}" embrotrlery ro«.teria.Ia and a-tite"pile of" catalogues from jhi stores tha't she may look through them and select sttchj plfis ;as sbo wishes jranHiased. The eatajotrues. delighted hr-r- .as muoh -as ·anythine, for T.hey enah'.eil h p r ' t c r ' s l t and plan and.fisure. by I;IP hp'iir", ; A footstool for the. short pprKon is a gift nr±t always.thrum7u of. 'The elderly like footstools, joo..; liit :h? little woman -whose f^=et':rrever _ln!t^ roach the; floor welcomes jvfootstooj with de- Covered in. order to match,'the TCS of her room, or In'h.-r far-. Is to tie .given in Taylor House M.mday *\~r-rilng Decern- ,ber 12, -the program will ho: '".- . . Orpheus Overture . 1 . . - . . . . ; .Offenbach . Mandolin Club. Campus Song.. ...";.,.-.-.,.-.. .Burnharri adds to its-charm. ^-"^.nnte / that r - Ih ,«an . Glee Club. The; Pm-tler ;...,., .Van Alstyhe . JRanjo C'lub... . . Southern Lullaby ;...-.-.'. .-.Noll i . . -'Double quartette." "' -I Popular Potpourri ....;.. ...(Selected)-I Mandolin Club. : .-. College Medley ... . . . ^ Norwiirth · . ' . - . PART SECOND. "Winter .Song" ....., i. ....Bullard ; - GTee Club- . , - ' '- .:: imer" - i.'. ,, ^. ; ..,. --Moret .Banjo..Club. . decorated-; ana/. the - e- presents, a striki'ne"- ' toj-aisr- :-. ;,TThe":upn' a?i«-ct. of tlsat . vi- j j.! fV4e.ii-Fermer.-Helen , Mary: ·atrlce Harris; Eari Hutch- r. stories, arc 'almost 1 in^viv,Lester''. :RuppI," Xathaii"- Atisfln, ·in', glass;;.presenting J : illi» Sweeney, -f-larjury "Hoff- and Ijifc-'- i^; ift? *ff£fi . ; ;va.:iSrilllaijt. : X J ff'ee-t at nisfit.. for ; "-the.-iibusehold.. as . weii : a ". wrftk-i. may be F-e .anfd. tlje-.itirm^ is fully." wajiy' "atfpacf!«.·· C£risiinss gifts.', -Toilet; -i the WJLLARD UNION TO -..-The re.eulsr- seml-raonthly biislnes 1 :' "-. the .WJliard : \V. C.- T. feting -ana,* wish -*i,r -*5. invalid ^rya Dainty house- arty .appetite., - . ..-; -._,, - " - - ."- , }Ke eper ; a. Was* tea-tray -with some- has .to Jut;up : beautiful "rritt.t -or-m!^(.iderv.. .school Iraicnes-pv_ery/ aajv flr.iltttic.fiesJ for Tn-orfcers. ,T\T5u!J .appreciate, a similar IHUe. packet. rr suggestions. . It IH no easy .mat Jer to plan: Junr.hes day. in aiid out and have them varied and appe- tizin?. " ... "..."" .-. .; -'-"- .. .-'-. · - A .jrlft tn be srfWn b^' a/little gitl"- to .her Krandmotlier is thouifatful-' ,iaifl linlij'ue. -The child has ."purchased two spools of-.thread, on«. blacfc;-omj' -tchite; of 'a. .most ' . -- . . . .for .t '«*P' " take place this afternoon : at si also .'two papers ';qf neerlies: : Oii .eacJi ; - . - . . . . . , i end",brass if .the - rerlpient Is .ojje whVr, tomorrow afternoon at 3s45 o'clock -iri'i Ifkes .nothing- .about the horrie. '.that'll'" elaas ."· room . T»f .the -Wrsthiiiister ; essary; - . work. . ··Pfc"'tty'f"?- r f** '"t« a ^3n.-. 'Church. ; The'. ·: "-.-Rcv,^ " * |i;V'.-lsti . ,. vi"? and ja'clork ,-at- Prphibi,tl6n : : Ireadqnarters, manfeire;-sets';..?n srtfstfe- . 5r--=:e«s..j Broad; and -Perry"^"Streets."··'.- .-. ***';?«ies--.^watrfe fobs; "frurey (-lo-ks;'' 3ftes A^ A. WlHIams,- "presiaent of pdttestjcks; -j.uff-llnfis^. hat p.ies. rai!- the. iiniori,-recjuests the presence of aJ' ,TM...j,«..h_i. !!.,,,,»_^_^_ ^_^_,_^- 6f the: iiiembefs: at ^the -"wjeetirig as I ~"' -' ImportE^ic^ 1 will be . . . . . brtishes, jewej - eases. bracel«.- *,; braeeJsis,. rtii_srs i ."'tocfc?ty- ' r ; p ; Hist " «.V rl -,W»-. "-- r .« - - . SUPPER AT ST; JAM^S'Sr. . in; « replenished for thft season's iraffe, He has rings : of "eyerj: a«--3rriptlonj5*Jn- : A- Sauerkraut . snpp^r ' '-' Stones:.'- Watches :tbi.^venin« at St. , - nn.jChcrch. iiasl State Street; Jn .'cbnaecv spool she "has tifeaded .;«. paper of needles; tieihg- a-knot "--when all the needles ar^ onr, so .tb.at they r w!H not slip off. When grandmothef wants a MfSS;TAMSENTERTAINS . TIL ironor ', of her twenty-flrst -Wrih- day aiiTiiyersary^ Mlss'fivelin: Tains en- · tertatned .:a numher: of "lier f rienda Sat- nrday, evening- at. her "hdrne/JSJ^rown Street- jMtss; Tarns: "repel ved ^. many: : nanflsoin»: pr«sents. ; 'At :a Jate: hojir " " " 8"caJier .."was d, and "the : grn«t"9"='de-" .. paTted for their .homes wteblnjf -Miss Tains "many' happy returns. ;:-.'· .-' -,'\''. Those f present- werei "Str, : and Mrs. .WHUam "Briggs, -Samuel' Smith ot Ph'lis: deiphia, Mrsi -Jdfin Gonklln. Leitoy berly of ?- Ro1bfnsvfHe. -Mr. /and ilrst Cba'ries . Cottffl*d, : Mr. and 'Mra. Raymond "Larfsan, . 3Jr. .-- and Mra/ Fred Pomyea, M«s ; Reba "Bruno^. Miss Sadie Kline, r.fhe glass is welcome. A pretty -" tray of- any kind i's aljraya a deUghtful'pift.. "Old ' ' ' c i f i ciee '' ·-' ' "' ·-?-···"·-" --Glee ^ . .- - · · . - . . . . To the:flpwerjaTer a: wmdow-bnx- es- j MEETING OF MOTHERS' CLUB t " " ' "- '-'"·' · · ' ' ' ' '''· ' " pecially oric Mn." -tfte b!d;"Itatian-'tnarTio. .effect. sivesdr-Hght;'.. "-.' -·"·"- - . . . . .-._ . . . - 'To the nne'-TV-ilii. a nroplace- a %ooa-|. .-The Mothers':; Club of. the. Cook Is /always - .'w^coirie-. . B u t tla . not fJ-eliojil . w i l l hwld .its regular, " . .makes nnnec . . - . . . . , nunSt-wo68' hdi6s:afeotind Tind ireipre- |"G«*irge. H. Inirrfcm wilt wake a. few jterre;d. . by.- those w)io : . Sn-Tiot Tike -to" b:e r?"i.irks- ; and "the- "'-delegates' to - t h e I - - - · - ' · " - - · · - - - - --· - - Mothers- Congress -tvil! give their "re- "I. po"rts. : ."nterti.-wflV .also" fte "a. niusicai f program, lit-- chargB "of Mrs. : George { ' " -.. ' -. · - ; . ".-' -' eternally scouring anrr.cleaninK ENTERTM .Junior Christian Endeavor, P6- Presbyterian CliU-cJs - means . ..^ ._,, . _ .,,,..,,. or woman gooff for 1 i fat ..atintfai -enterwiiiment last': "^*in.ething-;good jvorlc or pleasant ! j E,:._an"d-:ih.l"'sptte^ "of .tlse.dlsaeree-f times-" Whofey er-J^'jiUitr ess after : ! aiiie,weafher-theri .was-"a larSe .audi- * ^tt^ffj :sick : he3d^cKe?,:j.nause.'i, enc*-prcsentx T/he.^en;tertainment Vast" ba3. taste,.unpleasant under direction; of 'Jlissa, i Elizabethj *:iiotftid good i ' ' the 'siipei-IntcBdieht,: and;V inuch usie iri-tiie ^Vorld. ninst .enjoyable; :"..--'-;-'.* Those":wlio-" took ; part in., the ent'er-^- tsltonsent · ."wire:" 'Anna-. Ijouise.-;Titus, i Bdmund Ern«st. Dorothy White, ;MirJam" "\%'hit^ ilar-1 " : Errtcksoiu EJlzabeth Errichson,! t»"v"'i:i_-' . - - · · - " But these svmptorns-are - .^ vi--· --.-·,.·. " · attnetomaeli: . j . - · - a Allen, r:Marireiiy "- ShaJloross;! --Care^and\attenliottaBtJ thekid'that~-' . STiepherd. Marion 1Vdodf«ff.- - "- _ - - * ·- : -". " .L 'i James ^Tama, -Mlsa Hannah Gunn ant Mrs. Enjfly Tarns. .^"1 LARZELER-WFLSON "PiUCEg From the eKC market report? ) Xtcad 1« the noble froose that laid Th'8 golden etrgw of OM, JBnt ersrs laid by the modern hen Ar« worth their weight in jtold. 'TO TEBTERDATS PVZZVE Ml«s Sara. A. Wilson of- 19 Warren .Street aad Henry 55, ILarzelere of Bristol. -Pa., were married yra at the parsonage of- tftA. Second bylerian Church, the Resr. A. C. Bosch performlngr the? CTreTnony; , Th« brtde la a datiKhter of Harry "W, H. , who several years ago .succeeded Bla father, Jaices H... Wilson, in the wall raper business - on South Warren Street. Mr. Larzelere and his prospectlv» bride, after obtalnlnir. their license went to the clergyman's house wKh -Albert C-- IX Wnson, her uncle, and after their jnarrJagw Mr. anil Mrs. Larzelere .started on a toar through tlje WILL BE WEDDED TODAY MJss Martha Whlttaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Whlttafcer of !H; Kast State Street, and Tiluinaa Chnrlton. a well known potter, will be weddwl at. ..1 o'clock thfa afternoon In St. James'- P. K. Oiurch. The ceremony -will be performed by Rev. William G. Wherry, th« rector. After the ceremony ya r«c«ption will be held at the home of the bride's parents. Miss Whfttaker is organist at St. James' Churcli and « wall kpowi graret- Hanti .Marlon Gtant.'. Jlarjcare.t HoaglaiidJ .Marlon ^SorensoB. IJownc jSlleni SCary Wrte|?tl-Florence Rogers. Bertha J»reTter,45itvk Rogers. Matilda Schr,o«ler,. Carrie FriJteeU. Helen ?i!- verg, Edythe Jon'eai tsertrade Sine?. 1 Hartley SlTiHair, WUlar3 RorkTiiil, Josephine Hoffman, Anna Kleminan, Frank. Craft, .Clarence Jones,; Isklx-1 Morris, iflna "Vanderpoolv Frank Sil- yers, Harold Fell, MJrlani White. Flor- 'ence" IlsborbuRh Harper/ Woddniff. Anna Dancer, Mary Wright .and 'Adelaide Anderson; r -' UPPINCOTT UNION MET. · . " The regular business meeting of the, lilpptncott W. C. T. U, was held last I evening at the home of the recording-! secretary, Mrs.. Minnie WhHtaker, 84 ' Hart Avenue. - - · . · . ! After the routine businc-ss had been transacted the members of the Union were given a talk'by Miss Florence Hall, president of the union. - ^ 7 e . Safe, reliable, tnoroti^tuy *. tried j this family remedy hns wort- I if dcrfal feviTing'.power. Thfty tone the stomach, liver and"bowels--all ^organs of-'digestion. With these . organs in good order, the whole system is better and stronger. Try a few doses and see for yourself *-hat a splendid bodily condition BeechataV PBls \^ . a reate SaU ErarywlMre. ID boie» lOf. aad 2Sc. Breakfast Food A 15f fox makes 50 delicious breakfasts. Fresh Jersey Whiting, in ibs rough, 4o Ib Fresh Jersey Hake, dressed, Sc Ib IRVIN^ D. BANftS · m N. BROAD ST. Both Phonw. ,-.*·-...,ZL 121 N. Sroad Street We Are Retiring From the Shoe Business An announcement, that we make with regret, we believe will be received with regret among the many thousands of our women friends and customers who have been buying Sorosis Shoes from us for years past t Ikese. thousands, however, will be delighted to learn' they will have the opportunity to buy Sorosis Shoes in aU the latest and mbst fashionable lasts and in all leathers at less than they cost"! to manufacture^. Everything in the store-- Women's and Children VHigh Shoes, Oxfords, Slippers, Rubbers, Fancy Shoes-- all high-grade footwear in the f ~very latest models-^thousands and thousands of dollars' worth-- will be placed on sale at less than cost! Make your selections at once, While the size and style range is .complete, and buy now for present and future use. Here is a brief story of the sale lots: RETIRING SALE OF WOMEN'S ' - - · · :S- All i^ GlothTo^ a1^ 1 ^^r q WoirienV; $2.55 :ShoeSv; : ;. ; f·"- : '.-^. ··-. - :-·' ·' ; -^ ,-,,,.,, - . . - . . - 't^T^lSer'ii'nar-'yM-.'""./;--;-ri;:-6Mn-^ctal^cal.C'^ I---fad.; Jmtrosi jtndvfaee.Y ·-·'.. . - * · ' . ~-'..'-.". ---' - - " "-l-hl.-'-in- .-button anii:blw3ter. -T-': " ; -.v" : V ' . : .'-:' $2;50:\CEIi,DRE^5S;igOBbiSIS REG, m^ Sale Iric^s tt Little Gents': Shoes ' SJSO SQ^OSIS GRADES S1X-Q SHOES: GRADES fl-10 S2.00 SOBOSIS $1^6 GRADES- SEGULAR $2 $2.50 BOYS' SHOES. SEQPLAg $1.75 GRADES RSGUIAS $2JQO GRADES . - . . ' . . . . . $1.69 Retiring Sale AH GoodyeaJ First Quality 8Qc. Women's Storm Rubbers... ...... 65c. 60c._Cgaldrep's Storm Rafabsra 65c. Missss' Storm JSnbbers . . . . . . . . 55c. .75c. Women's Low Rubbers . . . 49c. 65c. !;·' *-' : -S i ii'':i:'-'v\ ."",-."' ''^.LJ-S n'yv- *"' ( -'^f'ii-* - ' , ' J 1 * . 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