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TO WED FOREIGNER * I I I ; ' II . -v - | II I « ■ 'f.'Vr-/ 4 • I ■ I Calk oute. WASHINGTON, Nor. 4.—Another American girl will claim a foreign title when Miss Julia Calhoun, great gfand-daughter of the diatinguißhed statesman, John C. Calhoun becomes the bride of Baron de Nagoll of Hol land -* Mies Calhoun's fiance is an attache of the Netherlands legation at Wash ington. The wedding will take place this fall. SOCIAL and PERSONAL Mrs. George P. Goodale has gone to New York for several weeks’ stay. Miss Eleanor of Berlin, Ont, Is the guest of Mrs. Howard B. Hol den. Ferry-ave. east. —<& — Mrs. Florence B. Sumner and Mrs. Edward S. Sumner are motoring with friends in the Berkshlres. * f —- Mrs. Frederick T. Norris, of Bay City, Is the guest of her niece, Mrs. Lyle A. Devlin. —<gV— Miss Mildred Sparling is visiting friends in Muskegon on her way to Chicago for a round of visits. — (§h~ Miss Marie Moran gave a delightful lunoheon, Tuesday, in honor ot> Miss Miles, of Livingstone, Mont, who is the guest of Miss Helene Wright Miss will accom pany her guest. Miss Catherine Bast wrick, of Morristown, Pa., to her home Tor a visit when Miss Eastwick leaves Detroit next week. Mrs. Beatrice Larned Whitney, who hasApent the last few weeks in the Woman’s Indoor club, will leave Fri day for Now York, to spend the win ter. y, - - ■■ ~4 The Altar society of 8t Aloysius’ Church will give an informal social Thursday afternoon and evening, Nov. IS, in the home of Mrs. E. W. Dono van. No. 29 Alger-ave. ffl"* . The marriage of Miss Mary Elisa beth Simons and Miles Ward Standlsh will take place Wednesday evening, Nov. 11. in Westminster Preebyterinn church. Mrs. Georgia Warren Austin, con tralto, will give s song recital Wed nesday evening, in the hall of the Wayne County Medical building, No. SS Hlgh-st east The Ladles’ AkPsoclety of Trinity Episcopal church will serve the an nual pariah dinner, Thursday even ing, Nov. 6, from 6 to 8 o’clock, in the parish house. —- The Mt Vernon society will hold the first meeting of the season Friday morning, 'Nov. 6, in the home of Mrs. R. H. Fyfe, No. 939 Woodward-ave. The W. C T. U. modal contest an nounced for the North Woodward Methodist church, Tuesday evening. Nov. 10. will bo given instead in the Msrston-svs. Methodist church. —sS>— A pleasing program has been ar ranged for the members of the Barat club and their friends, Thursday evening. In the club rooms, in ths Wright-Kay building. Business wom en generally are Invited to attend the entertainment, which is free. " 4) ** Mrs. John W. Dyer was ths hostess of a charmingly appointed dinner, Monday evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Donnal, of Boston, who are ths guests of Mrs. Frederick M. Alger. Hsrmonle society will give the open ing concert and ball of the social sea son of the society, in Harmonic hall Thursday evening, Nov. 5. Miss Eleanors Osborne, soprano, who re cently returned from concertlilng NEURALCIG PAINS Among the oumi of neuralgia the moot Important Is the general physi cal oondlUon of the patient Neu ralgia Is most common in persons re duced la strength by oyer-work or some form of over-exertion, physical or mental, or by loas of sleep. Anae mia, or lack of good, red blood Is a common cause of neuralgia. The rea son for this is plain. The nerves get their nourishment through the blood. When the blood Is thin and weak the nerves are badly nourished, they be come Inflamed and neuralgic pains are produced. These pains have been described as “the cry of a starred applications to soothe these in gamed nerves and Dr. Williams’ Pink pills to build up the blood and carry the needed elements to the nerves Is the correct treatment and one that mi brought good results In so many oases that It Is no longer an expert meat Headache, blgckache, sleep-] leesness, nervous debility, nervous breakdown, St. Vitae’ dance and the, function si forms of partial paralysis show good results under the tonic treatment with Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills. Bend today for the booklet on Nervous Disorders to the Dr. Wil liams Medicine Cos., Schenectady, N. T. It Is free. I Tour own druggist sells Dr. WU-i llama* flak Pllla—Adv. Hundreds Os Feet Up To Get Great View I SAN rHANCISCO, Cal.. Nov. 4/- Mlss Libby Pratt, a visitor at the Pan ama Pacific exposition grounds wasn’t satisfied with ths ordinary view of the Immense building. She wanted to glimpse the scene as the drifting gulls see it hundreds of feet above the ground. And so. rigged in a bo'sun’s sling* she v; as hoisted to the top of the Im mense Oregon flag-pole, rising 382 feet, where the wind swayed her die sy perch underneath the surmounting golden star. This staff is said to be the tallest In the world. Besides the 232 feet It extends above ground, 19 feet of the pole is sunk In a concrete base to sup port its weight Miss Pratt Is the first person to reach its top, accomplishing ths dar ing feat wltLout a tremor of fear. ”1 never had s mors exciting trlfi in my Use,” aha laughed as sbs touch ed earth again. I CH 0 JwwL am jM liL smite* nWI * • study in Europe will he the soloist of the concert program. Dancing will follow. The Political Equality and Civic league will collect old linen, ootton goods, sheets, underwear, etc., to be used for bandages in the European relief work, and turn the articles over to the Salvation army for distribution among the Red Cross societies work ing on the European battlefields. Do nations may be sent to the Elliott* Taylor-Woolfenden store, where a room in the basement has been plao ed at the disposal of the league. HP Francis Pa ulus, the well-known De troit artist, who has been living in Belgium for several years, but on ac count of tha war was compelled to re turn to Detroit, will give an interest ing talk on the European situation as he knows It from personal observa tion, before the members of Palestine lodge, F. A A. M . following dinner, In the club house. No. 180 Fort-et. west, Thursday evaalng, Nov. 8. The first,,of what promises to be a delightful find instructive series of lectures on “The great epochs in art,” was given Tuesday evening, in Tem ple Beth El. by Prof. Daniel Huebsch, of Cleveland, who took for his subject "The art of Greece.” Previous to the lecture, Prof. Abram Ray Tyler, organist of the temple, gave a short organ recital. Prof. Huebsch’s talk was Illustrated with beautiful stfreop tlcon views. The second lecture in the course will be given Tuesday evening, Nov. 10, on ’’The art of the earlier Renaissance.” A fashionable, appreciative audi ence greeted the American String quartet, Tuesday evening, in the Ho tel Pontchartraln convention hall, which organisation appeared under the ausploes of the Chamber Mualo society. The American qunrtet is a woman's organisation and Includes Miss Gertrude Marshall, first violin; Miss Ruth Sticknsy, second violin; Miss Adeline Packard, viola, and Mrs. Susan Lord-Brandsgee, cello. The numbers presented offered an ideal chamber music program, and ths quartet played with excellent artistic results. The annual fair of the Woman’s guild of the Jefferson-ave. Preeby terlsn church will be held In Newber ry Memorial chapel, Thursday, Nov. 8, beginning at 10 o’clock In the morn ing. The attractively decorated booths and tables will be In charge of the following: Miss Jennie Muir and Mrs. Horace Dodge, decoration and dining-room linens; Mrs. A. B. Hall end Mrs. L- W. Hallock, utility linens; Mrs. James Bartlett and Mrs. Oeorge True, juvenile table; Mlee Anno Russel and Mrs. Edwin Hall, bedroom and bathroom linens; Mrs. J. C. Hutchins and Mrs. J. L. McDowell, pickles arid preserves; Miss Grace Oerhauser and Mies L. Goodwin, can dy tablet. Mrs. Edwin P. Pendleton Is general chairman of the fair. The chicken pie dinner, to be served from 6 to 8 o’clock, will be under the super vision of Mrs. Christine Vtn Huean and Mrs. P. J. Stout In the evening, a musical program will be given In the auditorium of the church, when a quartet composed of Mrs. Frederick Brown. Mre. Charles A. Parker, Ed ward H. Buriage and Alexander Kerr will present for the first time In De troit the tong cycle, “Peter Pan,’’ In costume. Other numbers will be giv en by Andrew Davis, harpist; Miss Emma McDonald, cellist und Alls Zutdema, organist PAVLOWA BRINGS NEW DANCES TO PLEASE CLUBWOMEN NEW YORK. Nov. 4.—Mile. Anna Pavlowa, fairy-footed leader of the Russian Imperial ballet, has returned to America and she hae brought with her an answer to the appeal of the General Federation of Women’s clubs to reform and refine the new social dances. I When the clubwomen met last June 'ln Chicago they appealed to Pavlowt to standardise ballroom dances and she hae devised three dances which will be oubmtttod to the public when the appears next month with the Met hopolltaa Grand Opera company. The > new dances are the “Pavlowan" which rcerathlet the maxixe. e welts based on the- “hesitation” and a gavotte whisk Is a variant of one of Pavlowa’s stage daaeea. THS DETROIT TIHBS. . NOVEMBER . 1914. I JSm wm HEAVY ENROLLMENT IN MISSIONARY INSTITUTE Large enrollments have been made in normal and other classes of the Missionary Educational Institute, now being held in Central Methodist chapel and In the Y. W. C. A. B. Cart or Milllkln and Miss Margaret B. Burton, were the leaders Wednesday morning, and In the afternoon Dr. Lucius O. Baird, of Chicago, gave an Illustrated lecture on “The American Indian on the new trail,” In the Y. W. C. A. hall. Miss Burton, Dr. Baird and Mr. Mil likin will conduct separate divisions Wednesday evening, and the Rev. L. J. Davies, will give special talks to men In the Y. M. C. A. The Institute, which will continue until Nov. 15, Includes special study classes for Sun. day school superintendents, workers and pastors, the classes meeting in the morning hours. Horatio S. Earle will give a talk 'Arrived O. K-” Thursday . evening. Nov. 5, in the Elixabeth-st branch, Y. M. C. A., to 50 employed boys, and Judge Alfred J. Murphy will speak to 200 high school boys in the same place. Thursday evening. Nov. 11. Broiled Oysters. Look over and dry between towel one pint of select oysters. Melt one fourth cup of butter and sieve very fine one cup of bread or cracker crumbs, place on wire broiler and broil until juices flow, turning while broil lng. Serve piping hot with one table spoon of butter mixed thoroughly with one tablespoon of minced parsley and Juice of one lemon. • - - A Precaution. The other evening, when calling for a friend, I walked into the house unannounced and was rather sur prised to see my chum in the dining room, reading aloud from a letter, while Just back of him stood the Swedish hired girl with her hands clasped over his ears. Upon my ask ing for an explanation, the girl said: "Ay bane get a letter from my young man and ay not know how to read, so Mr. Gaut he read him for me.” ”But why do you hold his ears?” 1 asked. ”Ay not like to hare him hear what Is in dot letter,” she replied— National Monthly. A ROMANCE JARRED Hv ff m *' V ■ gSi MB rSb ■jjg.-£= ■' l|p &cHMH lAAI I v '-vB He (out under the trees) —And so in a month we are to be married! Ah, doesn’t e thrill creep over you et the thought? She—Yes. I feel a thrill creeping over me, Mr. Oushlngham—but to be really frank with you, there’s a cater pillar Just dropped on my neck. MISS LIBBY PRATT, DISPLAYING HER NERVE WHILE BEING HOISTED UP THE TALLEST FLAG STAFF IN THE WORLD CRUMBS FOR DESSERT: TWO GOOD RECIPES For s Brown Betty pudding prepare two cups pf bread crumbs by sprink ling over them a half cup of brown sugar, one-half teaspoon of cinnamon. Chop three cupa of tart apples. But ter thoroughly a deep pudding pan. Put a layer of apples on the bottom then layer of crumbs adding bits of butter to each layer of crumbs. Put in layers until all is used, having top layer of crumbs; cover pan and bake 46 minutes in a moderate oven; then remove cover and the top of the pud ding; serve with sugar and cream. Oyster Cocktail Put oyaters that hare been thor oughly looked over and chilled into tall glasses and cover with the follow ing sauce: Mix two teaspoons of grated hors# radish, one teaspoon of vinegar, four teaspoons of catsup, four teaspoons of lemon juice, six drops of tabasco sauce. Have ice cold and turn over the oysters. Serve at onoe. Tomato Soup With Cheese. Take a can of condensed tomato soup and prepare In the regular way —that is, by adding an equal quan tity of hot water and bringing to the boiling point; then after pouring it into the soup-plates grate a small quantity of American cheese over the surface l of each plateful Just before serving. You will find this a piquant variation in the flavor of this popular soup. Roasttd Oysters In the Shell. Scrub the oyster shells thoroughly, lay them In a largo roasting pan with the curved side down, so as to retain Juices as they rosat When shells open remove the upper shell. Dust oysters with pepper, little salt and squeese a dash of lemon Juice over each oyster. Send to table on ehellj on hot plato, or they may be slipped, shell on, to hot buttered toast and the juice poured over. Serve hot J,_T. Adamson, of Nicklevflle, Mo., has a pencil, now two Inches long, which he bought for a penny IS yean ago and has used since. “One taste of makes the whole world grin." Big families thrive on H-O. More nourishment, less cost—less than tfc a dish. I^^SEy»YiAM-COOKEOI oatmeal The Confessions of a Wife The Blow Kmlia I wm shocked when 1 saw Dick corns into the library at Eliene’s. Ha was pals as a ghost, bis sacs was drawn and hta mouih was alioraataly shut In the moat deiermiuid lines, and trembled convulsively. Ha seemed genuinely glad to see Harry, but he kept looking at me In the moat peculiar manner. At first he was very talkative—so much so that 1 thought he had been drinking, but in a short time be re lapsed into a moody silence. This became so pronounced that 1 rose, but to my surprise, Dick did not ssem to want to go. Elieae, too, seemed to be very nervous at the thought of be ing left alone with Harry. Between them they persuaded me to stay i longer and it was nearly one o'clock before we left the house In one of Harry's cars. "Drive out to the park," said Dick to the chauffeur. **l know I can’t sleep," he explained to me as he set tled himself down In thd seat and be gan to smoke furiously. I did not say a word, but ! put my hand over on his. He literally crushed me to him and said in a kind of smoth ered voice: "I have heen wondering for the last three hours that we have been at Harry’a just how much you cars for me." "Isn't that a queer thing to aak of me, dear? You should know by this time that I love ydtt utterly." "Well, perhaps I should ask you. dearest, how much you trust ms?" This was said In a wistful tons that was unutterably pleading and boyish. "Dear boy, I think I trust you u much ns I love you, but I can't tall that for I have never been tested." Dick shivered. "I am trying to bo vary honest, dear, not only to yon out to myself—trying to tell the exact truth, for I can see that we have corns to some crisis In our affairs." "Whatever you tell mo. Dick, I shall believe—yes, even though the whole world says something different." "My God," Dick ejaculated under his breath, "does any man deserve the love of s good woman?" "Tell me what is worrying yon, dear? I can't help you until I know your trouble. If It be the loss of money we need not worry long over that I can teach school again. Tbs principal of the high school asked me yesterday If I did not want to do some substitute work this winter." Dick groaned. "Dearest dearest It isn’t that—lt Is scandal—a nasty soan dal which may mean something much worse." As he said this Dick scanned my face feareomely for what he should see there. "That too, ws can hear together," I said, answering the look. "First, my darling, I want to tell you, holding you doss to my heart as I do now, that I am innocent of any wrong-doing. In fact, r was try ing to do a kindness to the woman." My heart suddenly stopped—so there wm a woman In ltt "Don’t shrink from me, dear. I want you to understand absolutely. * I am perfectly innocent of any wrong- DI TOD "will build to your satisfaction.- As a special I build a two-family 1 DvIVIV. brick venssr, elate, roof flat, Including sodding, cement Q# 1330 V CinKMlt HART g*S3S2Ss-A < P—— — II—III II I I ■ a a , t 4 ■ v |f A jl X W £vl 1 Fw too, through its clear, mellow tone and perfect reproducing qualities, is heard in the full beauty of the original rendition. Price is S2OO. Through the Grinnell Payment Plan, ownership of this magnificent in strument is made easy for every home. Other Victrolas, sls to $l6O. How greatly and how easily you can odd to the charm and pleasure of YOUR HOME. You Are Cordially Invited To Attend the Free Dancing Demonstration —Latest' Ball-Room Dances, Classic and Interpretative Dances and Folk Dances by Mr. Theo. J.Smith, Miss Alice Kratzet, and Pupils of Mr. Smith In Our Vidrola Parlors Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 2 to 5 p. m. * • , \ The Folk Dances of England, Scotland, Ireland, France and other nations will be of especial interest to teachers and pupils of the various schools, and will be given late enough to permit of attendance after school hours. The demonstration by Mr. Smith and Miss Kratzet of the latest ball-room dances will not only be pleasing, but highly instructive, and everyone interested in correct dancing should make it a point to attend. FREE—Victor book of done* Instruction# for Ona»Stap, H cap tation, Tango. When the Leader of all Sound-Producing Instruments Is Desired, the iHeslb musXFMmK. doing with the woman who will prob ably accuse me to tomorrow." Dick hesitated a moment "Perhape, dear, I have not always been as good as I might, for I am only tbs average man—but In this case 1 am not guilty." "Tell me the whole story, dear," 1 •aid, "you see up to now you have been rather Incoherent I only know that you expect to be accused of some thing tomorrow of which you are not guilty. Is it criminal?" "Yes," was Dick’s low answer. 1 turned to the chauffeur myself this time and said: "Drive us horns,. John." "We won't talk any more about It until we get home. Dick, and then we will see what can be done." I was sure It was not Eleanor Fair low and for tbs Ilfs of ms I could not connect Dick with any other woman. Then like a flash cams Eleanor’s re mark about "the woman with the big brown eyea." The Soup Should Fit the Dinner. Every hostess who alms at succoss as an entertainer even In a moderate way should study the art of harmonis ing the different features of any menu offered to her guests. One of the most Important points to be remem bered in this connection is that the soup should fit the other Items of the dinner. A light soup should be with s hearty dinner, and vice versa; and ths question of flavor should also be considered. When In doubt on either phase of the subject tomato soup fur mi shea a ready answer both on no count of Its snappy flavor and be cause It Is so readily prepared. Sim ply get a can of condensed tomato soup from your grocer end prepare according to directions on the label, either light or hearty as the occasion requires. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER’S CASTORIA High-Grade Artistic Jewelry in many new, charming designs, are ready for year galsettoa Thera art no better values la Jewelry, watchee, diamonds and other precious stones than those grhlhltod horn. Furthermore, the reliability o t army article we seU la an questionable. “The Gorham Shop" UraingaL, Jewelers and Silversmiths 238-240 Woodward Ah. Detroit, Mich. Victrola XVI. Is Always Chosen The new style Victrola XVI. is even more artistic than the previous design. Make it a point to see this model, now on our floors—it’s a magnificent instrument. The beautiful grained mahognay or oak, gold trim mings and perfect workmanship give it a degree of ele gance and richness wholly unequaled. Every selection, own fuss but— MusTMurpusum Mnsterole Works Barter, er and Without the ■ ii '.I 1 u * There’s no sense In mfalai rfljnM mess of mustard, flour and ’ flftj Mm when you can so easily relieve MflU soreness or stiffness with | IM clean, white MUBTEBOUL 5J MUSTBROLE is made o t par* dpi of mustard end other helptml tiMM ents. combined in the form es a-fMM ant white ointment. It takes thflj! place of the out-of-date mustard p|flK| ter, and will not blister S | MUBTEROLE given prompt r*M| from Sore Throat. Bronchitis, ToaMpf ills, Croup, stiff Neck, Asthma, Mdwj ralgla. Headache, Congestion, FUstpl rlsy. Rheumatism, Lumbago, end Aches of ths Beck or JeM* Sprains, Sore Muscles, Bruises, CUM blains. Frosted Feet, Colds of fthegg Chest (It often prevents PneumonlaM At your druggist’s. In 26c and 6f*j jars, and a special large hoepttal MUM for $2.60. \ Be sure you get the genuine MVAfI TEROLB. Refuse Imitations—gin whet you ask for. The MusteraMa Company, Cleveland, Ohio. UMIEj CONDUITS TO BE BUILT Sealed proposals will be received a*^ the ofnoe of ths Fubllo Lighting DeeliS mission. It K aatAt water 10 o'clock a. m. Thursday, Hev. a, IfIA for the construction of eeeddHajra Hamilton Boulevard and la the arenaM of the Herman Kiefer HeepttaC oordano* with the ■peclS gsWses Sk ■ml " ,h * ‘ ,M aTV%»| , ▲-.it iMnuir. J 11 $ y ■, yyy h-4 ri'<- v^Bfe^rßc’.'^SPl MISS VERA SMITH MISS FHYLLIS WILSHER Who will domonotrato tho Highland Fling and Sword Oanco. Tftoy Hava both won modala at various contoots of Scotch dancing. Page Five Hoadquartara, 941441947 Woodward Ava.