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EVENiya LPaER-PHT:LABEPH:TA, mONBAY, 13BRTTARY 22, 1915,
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BEST THOUGHT IN AMERICA
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Wj the wedding of MIbs Cordelia Bltldle and
A Anftle1" Buchanan Duke, which will tako
T . .-..II eo IU& mhM tt Vinnnt t 111 llfl
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among the brldennmlds will be MIbs Hop
Bl, MIm Mnruot Ellis Scull, MIbs Clmr
, jfarillns Drown and Mlsa l'aullne Ulaaion.
Commander Edwards P. helper and Jlra.
IiBf will fi've a danaant this afternoon, from
LTSnU1 1 o'clock, In honor of Mls Jtay Porter,
lEHNeff TorK. rue cara 01 wiss wary r hjhuui
Wl.. .. inrloted In th Invitations, The
SJjfatlotis will be In keeping with Washlwr
fflj'j Birthday, and the receiving party will In
Jftjj Ml" Arabella Scott, Miss Angela ln
U L 1M als Present.
fb,, alumnae of the Moravian Seminary will
j their annual luncheon tomorrow, at 1
FcToCkf In tne iNorui uaiuen ui ino uuuevue
siritford. The speakers of tho occasion will
ttuitt Imogen Oakley, Professor Drinker, of
jfoljh University, and Dr. Frederick Wolle.
Srt. Charles Doollttlo Is president of the nlum-
r . .1, .n.. j(niiH tic. ftn& ,"fi a I f? . n I a
Mst, na me umci """"" " --
Wi. Herman . voiimge, .urn. uiwani wum
rhornton. Mrs. Harrison uunian; treasurer.
gntJIIChael De Lone; corresponding secretary,
jrijj Edna nollman; recoraing secretary, .urs.
Kin. John C. Martin, of Wyncot. entertained
itfMdje on Saturday In honor of her mother,
Mfft. Cyrus H. K. Curtis, and Mrs. Williams,
i&r. Clement Reeves WaJnwrlght will give a
liJticrlptlon bridgo party at her home on Cheat-
&t avenue, uneainut inn, on muniiuir "
Ebn, for tho benefit of tho Magdalen Society
mt Phlladelpniai at zu norm -is. tircti,
2r. WIlHam H. Donner, of 204 South 19th
JtrMt, ended her series of Tuesdays at the be-
"nlng of Lent, and will not receive tomorrow.
?Gintavui B. Fletcher entertained today at his
(5e In Hadnor at nn old-fashioned picnic.
Fere the guests assisted In tho preparations
ti cooking of the luncheon. The party mo
torci out from town. Mrs. George A. Fletcher
ui Mrs. J. Ernest Richards chaperoned tno
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Marshall, of
fconuehanna road, Rydal, entertained at a
mi breakfast at 12:30 o'clock today, foj-
loVfnr the meet of the Huntingdon Valley Hunt
Chlb. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Wharton LIpIncott-iMr. Llpplncott Is
fpiF. H.; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray, Miss Ilar-
irttt Deaver, Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert, Mr. and
Win. Dudley Levlck, Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Jnltord, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer K. Mulford, Mr.
A Urs, George Satterthwalte, Mr. and Mrs. J.
"wcer Brock, Miss Eleanor Brock, Norrls
Uims, Franklin Baker, Hazeltlno Smith, Mr.
M.Urs. La Rue, Mr. and airs. j. conyngnain
l(reni, F. Warren Marshall, Richard Marshall,
ate'anfl Mrs. Sumner II. Cross, Mr. and Mrs.
Btroia Heymour uross, airs. j. jvcuuuf ..-
ir. Mr. and Mrs. Jocob RIdgway, Mltn Ellza-
flh Taylor, Miss Rldgvay, Miss Katharlno
rtfc Mr. and Mrs. William Paul O'Neill, Mr.
rsi'llra. John M. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Wile Herkness, Miss Marguerite Hollopeter,
andMrs. Thomas E. Dunn, Theodore Glcnt-
rth, Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Dlmond and
U has been decided by the Chestnut Hill Fort
itiOy Dancing Class to hold an extra danco
Iw'Monday, April 0. at the Philadelphia Cricket
qub. The patronesses of this class Include Mrs.
lEJWird S. Farnum, Mrs. Joseph Sill Clark, Mrs.
K.'s'rton Sovni. Mru. Joaenh L-overlng. Mrs. Al-
mSi Allee Jackson and Mrs. Howard Graham.
In. John G, Carruth has Issued invitations
r a luncheon to be given in the Bellevue-
iBlritford on Tuesday, March 2. Auction bridgo
iiri. William Henry Newbold, or 4oa oouin
MjJtreet, will return tomorrow from a short
Jin. D. Webster Dougherty, of 2123 Spruce
Wjt, will entertain Informally today at lunch
Mi and bridge. Covers -will be laid for eight
Jtis annual meeting of tho Travelers' Aid So-
ltty will take place tomorrow morning In the
Jjw Century Club at 11 o'clock.
(peujenant Norton, U. 8. N., and Mra. Norton,
Jo hdve been visiting In Ohio, will Tetum
jUUn a few days and make their homo In this
r, Lieutenant Norton will be stationed hero
jr,the next two years.
Jdl Chesterton will address a large audience
rtjjha. Beltevue-Stratford tomorrow night, un
'ir the auspices of the Ladles of Charity, for
fcenent of the Summer Home for Poor Chll-
VHttl St Port tfntiiwW Amnni. th women on
berd of dlrectora of Port Kennedy are Mrs.
Jpl p. Edwards, Mrs. Pavid OF. Rlvlnus,
iy Helen Grace Bmlth. Mrs. J. M. Quennell,
S Ames ReDDller. Qllsa Bmllle M. Rlvlnus,
JSJ Nicholas Thouron and Mrs. James A.
a farmllt.. k. it.i...uii.. . n.n.t.vl.
.S3 f.lHM ui Mia U(1IV9V40 t w,w-
aJCUS. ivtll vlv. - .- A t ...ll a .1m..1 l,l
uynooa. Owing to the alterations noyr being
"3 at the museum. ih ta will fa clven In
tn Hall, Spruce B(ret below 36th street.
a the, children who attended the blrth-
Hrty given for Miss Anne Williams on
Sfr were Miss Corllse Earnihaw, Miss
If11 Wtph, Miss Mary Pearson, MUs Ruth
-, mm Eleanor Menler. Wl's Florlne
t'. Ml3S Wlnlfr.fl Mlr.nl Mill Anne
IJ, MUs Alleen Clinch, Miss Betty Mont.
My. Uls Louisa Goodman. Jack Hovey.
jr?r 0, Earnshaw, Jr., BlUy Norrls. Frank
r t-auue Norrls, Payton Tattersfleld E4-
'i Pitch and FradarlaV tludlev. Jr. Th
; Uhls hd e, centrepiece of daffodils. art'
1' ""4 f.ru, i,d4en away Jn a u basket.
ifnas pf tuiu n rainbow effect w
SK4 to the chandeUer. Tsllow favors wr
1 o the ubiquitous kewcle was much In
ALONG THE IfATN LINE
!n-Dri anfl tTn n,. w T.ineoln. or
H Vwr avenue, will give a Uanct, followed
& fUD&Ar lirj. ji . . ml irh.
WW numUt about M.
Mr. ifcrt Stewart, Jr-, t "
WW ad potiUinft, Wt ?
terday for a short trip to Atlantic City for tha i
benefit of Mr. Stewart, who la convalescing
from nn nttivck of grip.
MEItioit-Mr. and Mra. Clarence Leigh Moyer,
of Berkley road, are expected home Tuesdny
from a week's stay at Brown's Mllls-ln-the-Pines,
Mrs. I'. A. Boyle and Miss M. E. Boyle, of
New York, are the guests of Mrs. Boyle's son
nnd daughter-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oswald T.
Boyle, at their home on South Highland ave
nue. WEST PHILADELPHIA
Mrs. A. S. Conway left town on Saturday nnd
motored to Lakewood, where she spent the
Mrs. A. IColsky and her daughter, Miss Sadyo
KoUky, of 6024 Chestnut street, hnvo returned
from a three weeks' visit to Atlantic City. Mrs.
Kolsky Is much Improved In health.
Mlsa Llllle Koenlg, of Leulstown, Pa., Is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Albert S. Myers, of GS25
Miss Carrye G. Baerncopf, formerly of 4201
Pnrkslde avenue. Is now making her home with
her relatives, Mr. and Mra. Lorenz Aussprung,
157 North 60th street
Mrs. M. S. Frldenberg will spend Washing
ton's Birthday at the Chalfonle, Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lorenz Aussprung nnd son, for
merly of Washington, D. C, have moved to 137
North 60th etreet, West Philadelphia.
Miss Seta Sellg, of Lincaster, Is visiting rela
tives In this city.
ALONG THE READING
Mr. and Mrs. Morton H. Fcttcrolf, of Cloveily
lane, Rydal, havo gone to Deland, Fla., where
thoy will spend two weeks as tho guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. a. Henry Stetson, who are there for
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Fell, Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Ervlen
and Mr. and Mrs. Davis L. Lewis, all of Ogontz,
formed a party which spent the week-end at
Atlantic City. They are expected to return to
morrow. Mr. and Mra. Walter A. Bailey, of Lenox road,
Jenklntown, have gone to Ventnor, N. J., where
they will stay at their cottage for about a week.
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton, of Washington
lane, Jenklntown, are being congratulated on
the birth of a daughter on February 6.
Miss Jane Curran was hostess at a small din
ner party Saturday evening at her home, GS02
Lawnton avenue, Oak Lane.
Miss Julia Henglst. of Pittsburgh, Pa., who is
attending school at Bccchwood, Jenklntown,
has recently been the guest of her nunt, Mrs.
P. C. Thornhlll, of Solly avenue, Fox Chaae.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Tongue, of Logan,
have recently returned from a trip to Jackson
ville, St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Miami,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Van Vort, of Oak Lane,
will leave today for Prospect Plains, N. J.,
where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James R. Dudley for two weeks.
Mra. Bertram J. Martin, of 1528 South Broad
street, entertained at "JOO" last week to meet
Mrs. James O'Toole, of Scranton, who Is visit
ing Miss Qulnn, of Fine etreet. After the cards
n "George Washington" luncheon was served.
The guests Included Mrs. Alfred Becker, Mrs.
John Kelly, Mrs. Joseph P. Gaffney, Mrs. Frank
Lally, Mrs. John Sommers, Mrs. Richard Barry,
Miss Margaret Qulnn, Miss Mayme A. Donohoo
and Miss J. M. F. Donohoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lappln, of 1720 South
15th street, will entertain at cards tonight. The
decorations and favors will be In keeping with
Washington's Birthday. Their guests will In
clude Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. K. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. John Krlder, Mr. and Mrs. E. R.
Martin, Dr. and Mrs. It. R. Moore, (Mr. and
Mrs. S. Rothwell nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. Lewis
James Keenan entertained Informally Satur
day evening nt his home, U05 South Broad
street. His guests Included Miss Marie O'Hara,
Miss Beatrice Thomas, Miss Helen Alter, Mlsa
Catherine Crane, Miss Marie Barrington, Miss
Edna Boothby, Charles Persley, Milliard Dill
more, Leo Donohue, Francis Loney, Joseph
McLaughlin and Francis Heppard.
Miss Catherine Btlnce and Miss Anna Stlnce,
of Allentown, N. J are at present the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. George Van H. Potter, at their
home In the Glrard Estate. They came to the
city for the Military Ball this evening, and will
remain for several weeks.
A farewell party was given Arthur Jones nf
his home. 2623 North Bouvler street, Saturday
night, on tho evo of bis departure for the West.
The affair was arranged by a group of his
friends. Those in attendance were Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Jones, Miss Mae Llnder, Miss Anna
Call, Miss Florence Downs, Miss Gertrude
Sehres, Mies Lydla Fox, Osorge L. Jackson.
George Crowley, Richard Diamond, Frank Mc
Bride and WUUa Pluck.
Mr, and Mrs. Harry K. Frits have relumed
from their wedding trip. Mrs. Fritz will be
remembered as Mlas Edna L. Macmunn, daarfh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Macmunn. The
end of this month Mr. and Mrs. Fritz will leave
for Cuba, where they will remain for several
weeks, after which they will go to St. Louis.
Mo., where fhey wUlmske their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Mathlas Enoch, of Craig street,
Holrnwburg, aro entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Cpijerjf. of New York city.
MUsB&nlc Cartledge. of S103 Decatur street,
wlU b9 the guest of MU Glady. "iddaneh, of
MM ital street, N. W, Washington. . C Miss
Wlddanen to tudent t the Falrmount Semi
nary and very popular among the younger set
in Miss Cartltdge'. honor during her visit there.
Miss Wn Phrelfal). of M Ktatey re.t.
yvtU b. ul of Mrs. My Dvls. of Sn,yr,
Del., toe three dy
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MRS. JOSEPH WHARTON LIPPINCOTT
Mrs. Lippincott, who was Miss Elizabeth Mills, of New York, is one of the most
popular young matrons here. She will bo one of tho guests at tho hunt breakfast
given by Mr. and Mrs. Marshall today.
A delightful suprlse birthday party wna given
Miss Betty Sharpham Saturday night, at her
home. 2516 Coral street. Upon a ptetoxt ' the
young ludy was sent upon an errand. I'poii her
urrlvnl home sho found the guests ussombled
nnil the house prettily decorated. Many hand
some gifts were received by Mies Sharfiham.
Dancing, gamos and refreshments marked the
evening. Those present were Miss Cnrrlo Hil
lenbrand, Mla Mlmilo Stroubmullcr, Mlsi Helen
rietcher, Mlas Laura Miller, Miss Xnri Eber
steln, Miss Josephine Maxwell, Miss Catherine
Dally, Miss Clara McCuen. Mlsa Jennie Uteen,
MIbs Ruth McAllister, Mra. Cecilia Salome. Mr.
and Mrs. John Dailey, John Dalley, Jr., John J.
Dnlley, Park Forrest. Edward Stockton, William
Gamble, Richard Turner, James Thomson, Wil
liam Abel, John Nelson, William Fuller und 'Mr.
and Mrs. James McAllister. i
A christening dinner was given yesterday at
tho home of Mrs. Josephine Maxwell, 1427
Frankford avenue. The guestj wero Mrs.
Carrie Hellenbrand, Mlsi Claire Toplmtn, Misd
Inez Daubert, Miss Clara Kelly, lilies Elizabeth
Sharpham, Miss 'Mnmle McAhone. Mr. and Mrs.
John Dalley, Adam Burger, Edward Nugent,
Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Corcoran, Joseph Walker,
William Clark. Archie McAhone, Frederick Hel
lenbrand, Miss Margaret Hellenbrand, Miss
Kathryn Hellenbrand and Mies Bertha Hellen
brand. A successful package party was given Satur
day night at HI West Glrard avenue under the
auspices of the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Pro
gressive Association of tho 16th Ward. After
the termination of the party a dance was held,
which lasted Into tho midnight hours. An en
thusiastic crowd attended. Mrs. Clara Ettlngcr
was In charge of the Committee on Arrange
ments. Tho Rev. Charles iMcCallum, pastor of tho
Falrhlll Baptist Church, Falrhill street nnd
Lehigh avenue, entertained the Sunday school
children of tho church In a "penny concert"
Each child contributed a cent as admission.
There were moving pictures and songs.
Pupils of the Sheridan publlo school, Ontario
and G atreets, will be entertained next Friday
night by John Kalstenmacher, a teacher In the
school, who will give a dinner at his home, 3058
North 15th street.
Joseph Jacob, formerly of Philadelphia, ha
made his home In Pittsburgh permanently.
MRS. A G BQNSQU AND HER
Mrs. Bonsor is a popular ruomber &f
solety in tlua city and Canaan.
The members of the Saturday Evening "M0"
Club gave a dinner and theatre party last week.
Tlioso participating worn Mr. nnd Mrs. John C.
Allen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Horace Klainfe der,
Mr. and Mrs. Uenjuinln Fontor, Mr. nnd Mis.
Irvln Balr, Mr. and 'Mra J. Ellwood Wick, Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick Dlttinann, Mr. and Mrs.
John Stlef, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rohenhelm, Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Eckhart and Mr. and Mis.
Miss Grace Kilwnrdn, of Tioga, is spending a
week In Washington, D. C , as the guest of Mrs.
James Toomcy, who will be remembered as
Miss Marian Cnraher, of West Phlladelphla,
Mre. Leon I,. Darling, of Judson street. Is en
tertaining her niece, Miss Edna Bloom, of Jer
Mrs. A. A. Green and Mra. RIchsrd Mau
dalne, of Mlddletown, Del., are the guests of
Mrs. C. A. Wllllama, 2322 West Venango street.
Miss Myra Wartman, of 800 Rochelts nvenue,
Wlssahlekon, will leave tomorrow for the South
for about eight weeks. She will spend three
weeks In Orlando and the remainder of tho timo
at Camden, S. C.
Mrs. Mary A. Wright has announced the
marriage of her daughter. Miss Sara Elizabeth
Wright, fo Samuel Qulgley, on Wednesday eve
ning, February 10. nt the home of the bride's
aunt. Miss Elizabeth Beetham, 456 Lyceum ave
nue. At the luncheon given on Saturday by Miss
Florence E. Harms, of 4237 Pechln street. In
honor of Miss Mary Roblnaoti, hose marriage
to Ernest Harms will tako place In April, the
guests were Miss Carrie Earnshaw, Miss ulao
Watson, Mrs. Charles Service Taylor, Miss Eliz
abeth Kennedy, Mine Myra Mitchell, Miss Caro
lyn Mitchell, Miss Bertha Plckel and Miss
Benjamin F. Calverley, of Roxborough ave
nue. Is entertaining his brother, the Rev. Edwin
E. Calverley, a missionary, who has returned
from Arabia on a furlough.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Vanzant and their daugh
ter, Miss Louise Vanzant, of 56 North Lans
downe avenue, left for a month's stay In Flor
ida. Chariest Jones, of Allentown, Is visiting
Joseph Buckley, of 105 East Steward avenue.
Mrs. Harry S. Young, of 33 East Stewart ave
nue, Is entertaining Mrs. If. C. Hooker, of New
The Republican Club will entertain today In
the High School auditorium. Francis H. Green,
of the West Chester Normal School, will make
an address. Those In charge of the affair are
Walter C. Powell, J. II, Odgen, Richard Shoe
maker, George F. Lewis, John W. Davis and
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Miss Elizabeth T. Lees has returned tq her
home, on East Hth street, from Bcranton, where
she spent a fortnight with relatives.
Mrs. Charles R. Long, of West 9th street. Is
visiting her daughter, Miss Carolyn Long, a,
student at an educational Institution at Welles
Miss Margaret Dooley has returned to her
home, at Philadelphia, after being entertained
for a, week by her sister, Miss Helen D, Dooley,
of Mcllvaln street.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mr ttnd Mrs. G. Wilbur Taylor, of 520 Linden
street, have announced the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Gwendolyn Taylor, and George
Taylor Wagandt, of Baltimore, Md.
Mr. V, A. Loeb, of Atlantic City, formerly
of Linden street near 5th, Is recovering from
a severe Illness In the Jefferson Hospital.
Dr. E. A, G. Schelllnger, of 5th and Cooper
streets, ia slowly recovering front a severe at
task of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mr. Warren Webster, of
street. af In tu South.
Mint Marietta 11 cnampMH ;wm rau a
paper eer tb Rlvertw Pmhtciub on F
DIGEST OF THE MAGAZINES
(1) Current Opinion "Credit-Making
(2) Pearson's "What Ford Wages
(3) "World' Work "The Trade (join
mission and Public Business."
(4) New Keimbllo-"Mr. Morgan Stands
BUSINESS luiB such a bronil range of
meanings, from tho successful or tired
business man to the nilnd-yoiir-own-busl-nesi
woman, that somewheie or other busi
ness enters Into almost everything. The
sciences, tho professions, rharltlon nnd even
the nttH nre nil being buslnesalzed these
days, or nt least, they are paying morn at
tention to their btinlnrMS and administrative
ends, nnd with very deslrnble results.
The popular magazines nre printing an In
ereasltiB number of business nrtlclca sto
ries of shrewd nnd spectacular business
deals, of phenomenal careers, analyses of
uelltni n.i nhnln-.. .... . ., i
I nnd tltist legislation before the country. Not
j counting tho spcclnl business publications,
I thero nre 14 such nrtlclca In tho current
I The Business World Department of Cur
I rent Opinion prints a delightfully human
I nnd probable business story (1):
One morning u man with n handful of pa
, ners went Into n store and anld, turning over
. his pnpeis, 'T would like to find nut how
much stock juu have." Tho boss suddenly
became very 1ium -ao busv he could not stop
! to mnko a calculation hut olunteored In n
I very largo way. "Well, we have got about
510.000 worth of stock on our shelves." "Yes,
I and how many solvent debtors hae ou7
j How much Is owing to you that you con
I aider good?" "About $S000 " "Well, how
' much do jou oweV" "Don't owe anything."
"oooti," snld the Inquirer. "I'll see you later."
That afternoon ho returned to the store,
nnd taking out his n.iDets announced. "I
have come to collect jour personal property
I tns." "Well," said the boss, not temember
I ins him, "I suppose you want to find out
wiint property I hnvo got. "Why, no, ex
plained the caller, "I was hero this morning
nnil you told me. We nssessed you accord
ingly." Tho boss was nugry and said. "My
friend, you lmven't treated me right. When
j ou came In this morning I thought you wcie
a Dun or Uradstieet man."
In spite of the severe criticisms nnd
prophecies concerning Mr. Ford, he seems
to bo making a success of his quixotic
wnges nnd nt the same time making a good
thing out of his business. Although thero
Is much more significance to Mr. Ford's ex
periment, now thnt he has given It a year's
tilnl, ltttlo attention has been paid to It
since tho first llnsh of startled publicity died
down. Allan Benson, a New York magazine
writer, has Just visited tho Detroit fac
tory, and describes the prosperity of both
firm and emplojes In glowing terms In
Mr. Ford has distributed nmong hla em
ployes In 19H not the $10,000,000 he set out
to give, but $12,000,000. Beginning August
1. each month he took from profits a sum
which at tho end of 12 months will amount
to $1S,000,000. This sum is to be rebnted
pro rnta at the end of the year to buyers
of Ford cars.
Mr. Ford's profits In 1914 were, neverthe
less, precisely what thoy wero In 1913, that
Is to say, $20,000,000.
Ford's force is precisely whnt It was be
fore his profit-sharing plan took place. A
few men have gone, n few liavo come, but
the changes are Inconsequential. It is easier
to get a Democratic oltlceholder to resign
than It Is to get a Ford employe to quit his
job. Eighty-four per cent, of his employes
are on the profit-sharing roll.
Twenty-eight minutes from the time the
assembling of the automobile began It lias
reached the end of the platform, and a
workman jumps aboard and drives It under
Its own power down an Inclined plnne and
oft Into the next shop. Two nutomohlles are
assembled every minute of a 16-hour day.
The men work in eight-hour shifts.
Ford's employes nre nn astounding Illus
tration of tho Increased efficiency brought
about by paIng worklngmen enough so tbat
they hnve some heart to go about their tasks.
When Ford, In 1913, pnld them ordinary
wages, they made 185.419 cars. When ho
began to pad their pay envelopes with bills
the same number of men in 1014 made
248,307 cars. Nobody Is working so hard
that he Is Inviting nervous prostration. J
know, because T went through the plnnt nnd
saw them at work. I know something nbout
factory work. When I was 16 I worked In
GAREICK Holiday Mat. Today
TUI. WkcOniy.L Bv.8. Ma&Wed and Bau
IN THE NEW AME1UCAN COMEDY
A GIRL OP TODAY
p..,..,. irica Wadnoday Matlnre. ileal. Keats II B0,
100 PEOPLE BUl'EltB CHORUS AND BALLET
1UU rnuii.!- e menlo Effect
COMPLETE ORAND OPEUA OrtCllESTRA
TWENTY CKLEURATEB OPERA BTAU8
Monday. M&a; Tue.day. Lucta: Wednesday Mat..
roust; EV, Cuialln-lo.l'aollaccf; Thursday, fffao.
una " IMday. OlucomKi: Saturday Mat., iarfha;
K?,' TrivatoV. SEATS THURSDAY.
B A. M. TO 11 V. M.
10c and 20c
In "MISTRESS NEI.I."
MATINEE TODAY 3il3
WIT" AL JOLSON
ONLY MU81CAI, SHOW JN TOWN
-rTrn TT XT T MATINEB TODAY Silll
D lli Li r xl 1 tonight, sits
OLIVER MOROSCO Praienta
PEG 0' MY HEART
Tha Play You Haw Been Waltlnr For.
C A QTNO THEATRE
U A O 1 ll V MATINEE TODAY
SAM HOWE'S Burlesque
A xNtTTH WILL INTRODUCE HER ORIENTAL
A UVjllil DANCE SURROUNDED UY TEN
Il MAN-EATJNQ LIONS
MARKET ST ABOVE 1ST11
11 A M. TO 11:13 P. M.
WM. H, CRANE
la "DAVJD 1IAKUM"
Addtd Attraction, Geo Washington Relics.
GROSS Harry Jolson IftSS ,,,.,
wnvc "NXOHT IN ALPS"
lvlli X O Prorram Chanted Monday & Thursday
THEATRE iftVSlOc TM
Today 2 18. T A
"Tlw Lawn Party."
McMahon. DUmosd Qhaple
Noroross & lloldsworth
Mme.nialtM.Co. Walter Weeraa
FORREST NEXT WEEK
MARIE JUCHAUD In tha New
CAHILL CARLE .Bga,-.
IT-MPTRTP "vovuuak- matinees daiux
MTllXJ-f Alias Jimmy Valentip
nTIMONT'S ?.yMS mswsk
!MAT TOBAT. M 30s '
a factory, t knotv what speeding meariB.
The Ford men are not speeding.
Mi. Kord haji provided I lie pay envelop
form of Incentive. Ills employes feel thnt
he lias something mora than & convert
llonal desire to treat them fairly. As a re
milt they nre well disposed toward him and
try to do their hest.
Paternalism In the Kord Institution? Why.
his plant Is saturated with paternalism. But
slmll I cry down Ford because In a. measure)
ho Is a despot? Heaven knows he Is ft good
despot. As' a manufacturer of the present
day he callld not well lmnmvn rnnrtltlnnai In
i his own factory without resorting to pater-
mnmii. j'ora nas noi mo power to ennnse
economic system.. He cannot (tlve Anything
lo labor as a rlpht. Ho can only give as a
gift or not at nil,
Allocrttlc' Reeking with It. night In
principle? Absolutely not. night In prac
tice? Ask Iho wife.
A Legal Hurry-up Wagon
Describing tho newly created Federal
Trado Commission, World's Work says (J)i
Tho most important provision of the Trade
Commission act Is that which declares that
Unfair methods of competition are unlawful.
henever the commission htm reason to be
lieve that any business is using unfair
methods of competition, tho commission can
Issue a complaint, and the offending business
will have to show that the complaint is un
founded or tho commission will issue nn
order to stop the methods complained of.
An appeal from this order can be taken to
the Circuit Court of Appeals. The advan
tage to business which may be expected is
that the commission may promptly order
men to desist from unfair practices, whereas
tho courts must wait until the unfair acts
nro rommltted and then punish the perpe
trators, even though the unfair acts were
committed In all Innocence. Tt Is even pos
sible thnt combinations which might be In
danger of violating the Sherman act may
be submitted to the commission before they
nre effected, whereas now tho only way to
find out whether certain agreements are le
gal Is to rlak a flno or Imprisonment.
The bright white rays of the spotlight
were turned for two solid weeks this month
upon our princes of American finance. In
"Mr. Morgan Stnnili Pat," the New Ilepub
11c (t) says of his conspicuously noncom
mltal attitude: li,
noughly speaking, Mr. Morgan represents
n. form of private property that Is obsolete.
To almost every question referring to social
mntters ho replied. "I do not know" or "I
havo no opinion." Questioned as to whether
It was fair to refuse employment nt un
skilled labor to men over 35. he replied that
this was a matter of opinion: asked what
was his opinion, he replied, "t haven't any."
The clearest lesson of his testimony Is
that Mr. Morgan lias a false conception 6f
himself as a private citizen. He seems un
willing or unable to grasp the fact that the
house of Morgan Is one of the great facts of
American life, an overshadowing public phe
nomenon which no alert democracy can af
ford to disregard. It Is all ry well for
him to describe himself as a "banker": he
is moie than a banker; he Is one of the su
premo figures of the modern Industrial sys
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