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SOCIAL and PERSONAL
MISS WALTERS HOSTESS
Gave a Charming Dance in Winterdale
Last Bveuing. Attended by
x *.ss . ..>aiiPi \\ aito - ga\e a d.tu e at
; u"? oven; 11 jj. Looker s or
v - «v for the uiiiein* The
£\u >;> ir: uiiie l:
•- -i I\1! >. Mi>- Fi> eiu o
Faaaa. Mis* Vera Via Hon.. Miss
E»t - mikh. Nli»« Sa-a Weitzei. Mini
Marfo Stacker. Hisi Frances Ctfrbett.
iSB Mark Melville, Mi** 'Dorothy I
... Mias Louise Fisaer. Miss,
' btfMte Keistor, Miss Ferol Stevens,
tfias Margaret Baeoa, lite Mary*
i'. Mis. (Catherine MeClaakajr, Mrs.
Mary Miles. Mian Ijouise (.Yoier. Miss
£asner Hutuaa. Miss Katheriue Naujjh- •
ton. AU.-s i-.ii atoeth Kline. Mi-- Ma
. ! W M -- r ;.u,, .0 Melville.
Alias Edith Trjiij*. Miss Anna Baron, j
t •- - M -- Kmnieline
- Miss Vliea Le Com,>te. Miss
Mtliaa Fisher. Miss Sell Sweeaey, Mis-"
-i- ?tli IK-iioney. Miss Fannie l!. v.
K. !l i i hiu'si. I K~ kmau. W illia'n
■I *! a Klineiiue, I . A. Dcloae,
>. i<. .VssVv. Stewart. IV.
!>; . Thomas W. Cain I. .1-..
K.- nan. Jo Maguire. .li> iM.
Fletcher, Preston Crowell, John O on
i■ I . C ore Coletr s: . C. W. Hnnes. Eu
>.i!io IK-ioiic. aal F. Catoo, t;. R. Win !
sor. A. J. Eyler. H H. Lent'.. W. J.
Cotisii. v . L. M'lie:. Edward Moore. L.e
i.j lensto.n. Ri.-'aard Heagv, F. B. Ha
ry, Harry Shreiner, .1. J. Daley.
. •;«! -on. t'rarle? Ba r nit :. Mrs.
1 harlea Walters, Mr. and M>-<. Neai
M< arthy. Mr. aial M->. « . A. Linblad.
MFTS FOR KHIHK KI.FU'
Kit- hen Shower Given for Miss Kath
Vi>- R> . line I'ra\«.>augh a
. : len «-b»wcr at her home. ISI3
<:reet. las* even:! in hono* of
Mi-- K;:therine Weaver, r hose marri
age to Pl|al Firman will be an event :
• the near future. The bri>i> <- ft was
•>i.> -e--.| : n; of n.any s-retty jifts and
les's spent a pleasant evening
with ntns. - and sanies. Refreshments
were ser.e.i to the follow nj:
Miss Kataerim- Weaver. Kalh- i
eriue Sniee. Miss Ethel Davies. Ross
At kit. son. Dennis Cocklin, C. G. Har
■isiii. Paul FSirman. Mr. and Airs.
li<o:£e I. Fair.iil and Miss Drawoaugh.
Daute for the Debutantes
Mrs. Frank -'ayne is entertaiuing a* ;
the Country Club a; a dance this even
inu uni( liaientar;. :o Miss Dora Wiek
ershani Coe and Miss Louise Carnev,
two attractive * bub. The decora
tion in ibe ball oon< will be of sreeii
a.l white. One hundred and Sfiv
i'iests will atten i.
A p|>lianrrn I **-iJ nnd tpprovfrf b> t. >.
W R SEELEY. the not»d e\pe. t, :s !
•• turning to Harrisburg and will be at
■n- Comroonwealih Hotel. Tuesiav and I
Wednesday. November 17 and IS, thor-,
oughly equipped and prepared to deal |
with tie most difficult eas?"
"Is Spermat; Shioli Trjss. used and '
approved by the U. S. tjovernment and.
the Czar ox Kussia. will retain anv rup- I
vur- affording immediate relief and I
trequenily -'Jos-s ;he opening in a short
t.me. B'OXUKRITL RKSI'LTS WITH- '
OI'T SLRGKRY Olt HARMFUL I
TION-'. ''lear and durable, no irritat- I
mg ies straps or binding of hips.
Examination and advice Free. Pa- !
tients- treated on former visits invited i
to .-all for attention without charge. ,
Home Office. lO'.'T Walnut St.. Philadel
phia. Pa. Cut and keep for reference.
ENTERM FOR NIECE
Mi. and Mrs. Aa-ronson Give Dance for
Miss Ijillian Marks, of New-
v iii.i Mr?, Charles Aaronson en
tertained at their home. 257 Korster !
street. '.a<t evening in compliment to j
their nieee. Miss Lillian Marks, of
Br , klyu, N V. Musi dancing
wo o enjoyed after which supper was
T-ie tuests included Mi» Helen :
Maeyer. Mis< Etta Gardner, Miss Mary
* "iie M -ses Snulinau, >!:«, Ti.lie
Bas .1. >: -? Tiiiie Freedman, M -- Anna
■ Owromik. Miss Bertha Foreman. M:s<j
•leanette Aa:o;.son, Dr. il. Bronde. Mae ;
• Ir\ n Kubin. Joseph CUster,;
Walter .Stern. Harry Faller. of Phila-'
dc.ph'a. anj Mr. au<t Mrs. Charle*j
PSRTY FOB iM J. C. KIRBV
Was Given a Delightful Surprise by
Her Many Friends at
A ir ittfill >tirpr se psr* v was yj,
t; in honor of Mr-, .lames G. Kirov.
333 Sc ath Second street. Steeltau. ia<t
evening. I'.ie quests spi lit a pleasant
e - . enirg ilur.ng which Mrs. Kirbv was
presented with a beautiful bouquet of
roses. At a late hour refreshments were
server to the following guests;
Mrs. Atticks. Mrs. Baker, of Harris
burg: Mis- Audrey Levanture. of Ob?r
'i: Mrs. Bailey. Mrs. \\. Weisenford, t
Mrs. Browu. Mrs. T. J. Kirby. Miss
Elizabeth Kirby. Master James Kirov,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Kirby, of >teelton:
Mrs. Ruder, Mrs. I«aura Ruder.
Mrs. Gutshawl and Mrs. Tagit.
I. A DIES' A 11) SOCIETY 11KT
Were Entertained at the Home of Mrs.
The Hebrew Indies' Aid Society was
entertained at the home of Mrs. I).
' Cooper. 40> . umberland street, vester
i daj afternoon. The follon iug members
Mrs. E. Goldstein. Mrs. M. Grcsj.
Mrs. Kay. Mrs. Veaner, Mrs. L. Cohan,
Mrs. A. liaronzik. Mrs. Sehampan. Mrs.
He rout. Mrs. P. (jaronzik, Mrs. Marcus,
Mrs. J. Aronson, Mrs. D. Cohan. Mrs!
A. Isaacman. Mrs. M. Brenner. Mrs. A.
j Cohan and Mrs D. Cooper.
Mrs. George B. Kunkel to Entertain
Mrs. (jeorge B. Kunkel will give a
tea and dance at the Countrv Club
Saturday. November 28. complimentary
to Miss Mary Meyers, daughter of V -.
nn.i Mrs. William K. Meyers, who will
be formally introduced at a tea and
dinner dance at the home of her par
ents. 213 North Front street. Fridav, •
1 November 27.
Van Riper-Hursh Wedding
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Miss Edna Hursh. of Fresno.
• a'., and Philiji C.- Van Riper. 412
South Cameron street, a clerk in the
U. S. army, stationed at Fresno. The
wedding took place October 21 at
Beartowa. Nov. 14.—(Miss Rtbev.a
*. Htoltzfus. of this place, was married
yesterday to John J. Rutt. of near Lan
t aster, by the Rev. J. Highby, pastor '
of Olivet Baptist church, at the home j
of the bride. They were unattended. I
TTARRISBURC; STAR-INDEPENDENT, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 14. 1914.
ART CLUB HEID A MEETING
j Members Met »t the Home of Mrs. I
Andrew Patterson Yesterday
I Merabeis of the Art Olttb met y ester i
, day afternoon at th>» homo of Mrs. An !
I drew Patu-rson, 1423 North Front
1 street. This war the members will '
| study American history, and a; the
meeting yesterday the work for the
winter was outlined
The lisi of members include.*- Mrs.
I John H Fager, ,lr„ Mrs. Willium L
I Kellar. Mrs Fred Su-bei. Miss Martha
I Snavely. Mis. Arthur A. Herr. Mrs.
■ Walter K. Dietrich. Mrs. Al. K. Thounas.
Mrs. Charles B. Fager. Jr., Mis. Arthur
I H. Hull and Mis. Patterson.
)IISS MTUXTmk HOSTESS
Entertained at a Channg Dish Party
iu Honor of Her Guest
Miss Anna MeClintoek entertained!
at her home, 106 Hoas street, last even
ing in compliment to Miss Zula Keode.
The rooms were prettily decorated j
and the guests spent a pleasant even i
iiig with music an i games after which
a ehating dish supper was- served.
The guests included Misses Mary
Lichtenberger, Minnie Van Camp. Ida
Burkey, Zula Reede, Kdith Van Camp,
v/atherine Van lamp, Anna MeClintoek,
j Messrs. James MeClintoek, Glenn Todd,
lof Carlisle; Dr. Lyman. George White.
Curtis Zimmerman and Richard Ijogan.
Interesting Program Presented by the
| \ meeting of the Servants of theKiug
; of Market square Presbyterian church
. was Ijekl last evening. Miss Helen
I Strayer had charge ot the Mission
| arses' Life, that oi William Taylor,
j and was assisted by Miss Lillian
Spcakuian M ~ Dorothy Steele. Miss
Katherme Al i.nger. Miss Dorotnv Ar
uol'l, and M Sarah Nunenia ,er.
i Henry Van Dyke's "Lost Word" was
; tolJ in an interesting way by Miss
Katherine Fuhnestoek. Xliss" Belle
Middaugh «aug. A bazar will be held
! on Friday. November 20. at a store
j room at the Masonic Temple.
Announce Birth of Daughter
Mr. aii i Mrs. L E. Stewart. 2,'.:!>
l<ogan street, announce the birth of a
daughter, Dorothy Leone. Wednesday,
November 11. Mrs. Stewart was Mws
Marie l.eoue Biker prior to her mar
Returned From Month's Visit
Mrs. Alvin I. Miller. 15 South Third
j street, has returned from a month's vis
tit in Philadelphia and New York. Mrs.
; Miller ha« .is he: guest her sister. Miss
j M. Ellen Hays, of Bhippensburg.
Marietta Nov. 14.—Miss Ha el
I Withers a- married to-day to Howard
Oblemler. of Lancaster, at the parson
j age of Grace Lutheran church by the
.pastor, the Rev. Dr. Haupt, the ring
ceremony iieing used. They were uu
j attended and « reception followed at
!t be home oi the bride.
Home From European Tnp
C. R. Deminn. of Philadelphia, who
J has just returned from a two months'
: business trip to Germany and Holland,
is spending the week-end as the guest
! of N'oimjn Lichtenberger, 1810 North
Announce Birth of a Sou
Mr. and Mrs. Lesle McCreath. of
the Riverside apartments, announce the
birth of a son. Friday. No vc m be:- 13.
FIX It \ DEATH-PROOF
Tries Six Thousand Volts and Tweut;.'-
foot Fall on Head
> ork. "a. Nov l—six thousand
volts of electricity an 1 a plunge of 20
feet headforemost u 'on an iron rail
vould not kill 14-yeir-cld Edwar I
Kro.or" >pr:ng G ove, though either
would have been thought enough to do
it. The boy \ companions thought -j
and. in fact. I.? i aircody bundled what
they regarded as the lifeless bo ly of
;aeir chum upon a small exp-ess wag
on to haul it to his home when tiie
"corpse" came lo life
The boy was seated on the overhead
Western Maryland railroa i bridge, near
the borough, when one of his legs,
dangling over the edge, came in con
tact wi*h the highly charged trolie
wire beneath. Immediately he was
hurled to the trolley track, 20 feet
below, striking violently on his head.
A "Step |
Awaits the individual
whose physical and men
tal powers fit him to
Uiglit food plays a big
—made of prime wheat
and malted barley, con
tains in eorreet propor
tions the elements nec
essary for building
strong bodies and keen
This delicious food is
long baked easily di
gested and nourishing.
A daily ration of
Grape-Nuts along with
other food is good for
" There's a Reason "
Uneeda Biscuit I
< Nourishment—fine fla
for s cents, in the
A food for every day. j
Crisp, delicious ana
baked and fresh de
livered. xo cents.
A delightful rttw bis
, cuit. with a rich and
delicious cocoanut fla
vor. Crisp and always
fresh, io cents.
Buy biscuit baked by
1 NATIONAL BISCUIT
I . A hvays look for that Same
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
George I'.io.v and daughter. Do'
otliy, of Wiiliaii.stowu, a e spending
the week .. t v. t!i Mr. ami Mrs. .1. C.
Keigle, 144 6 Market street.
A. i . Turner, of Boston. Mass.. is
spending 'he week-en.l with M-s. Em
ma M. Turner. 220S North Fifth
Dr. .1. McCarthy, o' Westfield,;
Mass.. i« t;,e weekend with'
a former classmate. Dr. R. ,1. Keigle.
14 46 Market street.
Mrs. William Gerdes, .'l9 Reilv
street, ai laughter. Miss Anna j
Gerdes. are visiiiug the former's i
• lau^hte'. Mi -, i.. L. Bowman, at Jack-'
sonville, Fia. They will also visit St.!
Pete < j rg and other points South.
Mr. yo.i M ... Waiter P. Maguire. 5
Sontii Front street, have gone to Prin -e- 1
ion. wne r -o they attended the Yale |
Prin eton game to-dav.
M.»s la Fleming, 11] State I
9i~(cT, I<M: yester :ay for Princeton, I
in aer.- s. l e attended the Prom iast
and witne?.-ed the Yale-Princeton foot '
■ •all game to day. From Princeton she!
will go to La wren eviile, X. .J, to spend
the winter ;Vs the triost* of her rela
tives, Mr. an I Mrs. William Robin
Mr. and Mrs. W. Oni.e Hictok :!d, j
-01 North Front street, with the:r son.'
William O. Hiekok. ith, and Heurv
01: i sted left yesterday for Philadelphia
and attended the \ ale-Princeton "sine
to-day. * •
Robert Gait Goldsborougn. of Frout I
and Forster streets, left yesterday to!
join h:s wile who has i>een spending tlie i
past v.ee-. ti N"» York City anil both •
witnessed the ale-Prineeten game to-,
day at Princeton.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. Durbin, of
New Kens ngton, have Seen guests for
tsie |'.:s- lew days of-Mrs. James Dur
bin. 717 N'oeth Sixth street.
Miss Anne Fissell, Sls Nort n sixth
street, left to-day to attend the Yale-
Princeton football game at Princeton.
Mrs. James Pennell. 1325 North
Sixth street, < ent Thurs lav iu Tyrone.
The Rev. Harry N. Bickel. of Potts
v:lle. spent yesterday at the home of
h : s brother. C. <M. Bickel. 1509 North
Mrs. *11(1 Meredith and son, P. F.
Meredith. 1 4 06 North Sixth street, have
returned home from a visit to Three
Mrs. Anna A. Womer. of York'
springs. Pa., s visiting her sister. Mrs. I
1 . B. Haul man. 72 North Fourteenth
Mr. and John li. Sauter. 128
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Locust street, have returned home from ,
a week's visit with the latter's parents
at I.a [waster
Mrs. W. R. Chandler. 510 Keily
itreet, spent Thursday iu Tyrone.
Mrs. J. K. Gerringer, of Buffalo, aft
er a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Wil
liam Gosh, 132 Ijocust street, left to-day
for a visit to Klmira en route to her
Jerome Hamilton. 346 Hummel I
street, witnessed the Yale Princeton
football game at Princeton to-day. 1
Miss Alice Parthemore. 221 Wood- I
bine street, is attending a house party
at State College.
Miss Virginia Sample anil Miss
Belle Sample have returned to their
home, 1506 Green street, after a year
spent in Colorado.
Mrs. M. .1. Mulcahy, 2354 Kilerslie j
street, has returned home from Phila j
Miss Lillian Silverman has returned '
to her home in Altoona, after spending
several weeks with Miss Til lie Freed ,
i man. 203 Harris street.
Miss Auua Bacon, 216 North street.'
' is in Princeton, N. J., attending the
j Vale Princeton football game. On her
■ way home Miss Bacon will spend sev j
eral days in Philadelphia.
Miss Sabra Clark, of Dauphin, has
| returned home after a brief stay with j
i Miss Man F.li/.abeth Middleton, 12 1
I Smte street.
Mi>s June Stoufl'er. of Lancaster. !
i has returned after a visit with her
i sister. Mrs. Robert C. Midilaugh. of;
John W. Nuneniaker, 332 1 2 Crcs j
cent street, has returned from a gun j
ning trip to l.awreneeville, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Frad W. Fletcher, j
2344 Derry street, has returned from
la»vv renceville. *
Miss Sarah F.llen Cummings. of j
| Orescent street, will return on Sunday
I from Hot Springs, N. C., where she |
I spent the year.
i Miss Bertha Haversiiek. of Millers
! burg, has returned home after spending
| a week in this city attending the j
■ Dauphin County Institute.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Meredith ami j
| three daughters. 1406 North Sixth !
j street, have returned from a several
I days' visit to Three Springs, Hunting
! don county.
Mrs. Frank Miliigau and son, Frank
Milligan, Jr.. of Newport, spent yes
' terdav with Mr. and Mrs. John Sheats,
of Camp Hill.
Miss Marian Prawim.igii. tsl ii
North street, left to-day for State Col
J lege where she will be the guest of her
i brother, J. Wilbur Drawibaugh. Audi
i will be a guest at a fraternity house ;
1 Miss Blanche Garveri.h. 62 7 Dau
j phin street, is the guest of her grand
parents at Lucknow.
Paul Butler, of Gary. lad., is the I
: guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. C Tnggart,
in Steelton, en route to Wilkes-Barre. |
where he will spend some time with :
Miss Lillian Marks has gone to m-r I
! home in Brooklyn. N. V.. after spend -j
; iug some time with her auut. Mrs.]
'Charles Aronson, 257 Forster street. I
George Sechrist and son, Harry Se !
ehrist. of Fourteenth and Swatara j
. streets, are spending several days with
I relatives in Perry county.
| Mrs. Albert Beattv and Mrs. Walter
Cook, of Altoona. are guests of Mrs.
I David Barringer, IS4O Derry street.
en route to Chanibersburg and Hagers
Mrs. Frank Dunkle. of New York,
is the guest of her parents. Mr. and j
Mrs. J. M. Garverieli, at the Country j
I Club Lane
Miss Margaret Ramsey Boas. 124 j
Walnut street, has gone to State Col-1
lege to attend a house party. Miss |
Elizabeth Heitmiller. a classmate at
Bristol school, Washington, 1). ae-
I companied her.
Visiting Friends in York
Paul E. DotVtrieli, of Middletown,
spent last night at York visiting |
African Ostrich Farm Open
The Afrienn Ostrich Farm at Pax •
j tang is now admitting visitors. The
' buildings and enclosure were eomplet
| ed several weeks ago and twenty full
i grown ostrichs have been placed on j
exhibition. A number of people visited :
| the farm during the past week and I
. were very well pleased with the ex I
! hibit. The ostrichs are said to be
i among the finest shown anvwhere,
! The Daily Fashion Hint. | i
' SH Bor
Fur lueed jlroji sUiits arc attractive
j letail In the latest models. Tills eos-
Music is of black velvet. It bes vest
.-oiicr a.al drop skirt facing of dyed
.sc.it. rue •.■age* nre bound with i
lutin, •»* s.rn the turbaued edges
<( - w
Do not fail to visit our
booth while attending the
Exhibition of the Depart
ment of Engineers, Labor
All Household Appliances
Sole at a Bargain
during show week
See our display of Edi
son's latest type of
1 LAMP 1 •
THEY SURELY ARE THE j|
SUN'S ONLY RIVAL
The light from these lamps
will attract you to location.
A 1.1 MOW BASIS 20 I'KR » EXT.
Fifty-fifty Salary Split Too Much for
Wife, Judge Holds
New York. Nov. 14—It's all oft' \
with the tifty-tiftv split in the alimony
game. Twenty per cent, of a husband's j
salary is all a wife whe gets a divorce i
ought to expect, according to a ruling j
of Supreme Court Justice Uuy yester- i
day in the suit of Mrs. Pauline 1..
Berrv agiiiust William Harrison Berry,
buyer for a big department store. Mrs.
Berry, seuking a divoree. said she
thought she ought to get sls a week
'What is your husband's salary.
Madam?'" asked the Judge.
"He earns SSO a week," the witness |
'1 shall order him to pay you $lO |
a week,'' Justice Guy said. "We must |
keep the machinery in working order.
If there is no inducement for a man
to work when he has to pay alimony
he is likely to give up working."
Mrs. Berrv had been granted $6 a
week when she tiled her suit, in which
she accused her husband of too great
friendliness for another woman. I'pou
Jacob Feinstone's testimony that he
had followed Ber>'y to the I'nion Square
hotel and a door was slammed in his
face when he tried to force his way
into the room occupied by the defend- \
ant and a womau companion, Justice
Guy took the suit under advisement.
The midway at the Panama-Pacific:
exposition is to be called "El Cami- j
no." The word is Spanish for high- I
way. Its use for the exposition street j
set aside for concessions is intended te j
recall "El (amino Real," the king's
highway, built by the Spaniards the
length of the State, with a mission
marking the end of each day's .jour
I.i! 1 miM
NAT WILLS, KINO OF TRAMPS,
>l7 THE ORPHEUM NEXT WEEK
NAT M. WILLS
.Mr. Nat XI. Wills, one of the liest ;
known vaudeville headliners on the :
Keith circuit, will bo at the Orpheum
next week. As the "King of Tramps," '
Mr. Wills iloes H monologue that is (
I.VKKNS \ AI.LISV COAI. SHIPMENT
The shipment of coal over the Sum
mit Branch Hull road for the week end
ing Xovember 7. 1911, together with a
omparlson with the corresponding
week last year, was as follows:
Short Mountain Colliery
IS 14 5,419.11 200.559.U3
191 4,742. I 9 252,465.00
Summit Ilrniich < ollirrv
191 I 6.193.16 263,036. li
191;; 5,647.00 261,684.15
increase 546.16 1.351.17
191 11,613.07 (63.595.1 i
1913, . . 10,389.19 514,149.15
At the Photoplay
Although Franz rates his abUjty as
a composer very highly, hie wife, Anna,
is the real source of his inspiration.
A song suggested by Anna ibringe
Franz fame and fortune. The man
hastens to his publisher, with whom
the song finds instant favor. Adv.
Women in Business Life
The following figures from the de
partment of labor show how women
are represented in the business life of
the United States: Stenographers,
238,077; teachers and professors,
327,635; physicians and surgeons, 7,-
300; clergy, 7,395; architeots, design
ers and draftsmen, 1,037; lawyers, I,*
010; agricultural pursuits, 770,055;
various professions, 4!!9.497; various
I trades, 481,159.
Ideal Feminine Form
The Medicean Venus is five feet five
inches iu height, and this is held by
many sculptors and artists to be the
most admirable feminine stature. For
a woman of five feet live inches 138
pounds is the proper weight, and if siie
be well formed she can stand another
ten pounds without greatly showing it.
declared to be a continuous laugh of
20 minutes' ilurstion. Homer Mason
and Marguerite Keeler, who two sea
;ons ag opresented a sketch called
"In and Out," will also be on the bill
iin a new offering.—Ad\.