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HISTEM PARTY 111 THE CAPLANS Held in Honor of Their Little Son, Stanley Howard Caplan There was a happy gathering of friends, young and old, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Caplan, 800 JNorth Sixth street, at noon yesterday, to attend the Brith Meli Ceremony of their little son, Stanley Howard Cap lan. The house was bright with flowers find ferns, roses, chrysanthemums and carnations carrying out a color scheme of pink und white. Beautiful gifts for tho young mother and child were pre sented by the closer friends. Tho ceremony was performed by Rabbi Rocliman. of the Kesher Israel congregation. The godmother was Mrs. Henry Harrison, of Shamokin, a great-aunt of the small boy, and the godfather, Morris Caplan, his uncle. Following the services a full course dinner was served to seventy-live guests by Mr. and Mrs. H. Cohen, the parents of Mrs. Caplan, who was for merly Miss Ida Cohen, of this city. RETURNS FROM CHICAGO Miss Julia Stainin, of Thirteenth and (Reese streets, has returned home after 'u six weeks' visit in Chicago. Miss visited former school friends end had the pleasure of receiving with Several debutantes. Mr. and Mrs. David K. Ebersole, of fourteenth street, attended tho Fox "Walton wedding last evening at Hura ■luelstown. Mrs. Anna Metzger, of 618 Delaware ®treet, spent yesterday with relatives At Enhaut. ON SOUTHERN TRIP Clarence Mentzer, of 1503 Berry hill street, is taking an extended Southern trip. He left Philadelphia by boat for Jacksonville, Fla., and will make stops at Key West, Palm Beach, St. Augus tine and other resorts. Returning, Mr. Mentzer will take the Atlantic coast line to Washington, D. C., and do eome sightseeing at the national cap ital. FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS A. New Home Core Tliat Anyone Can t'lr Without Discomfort or Lux* of Time We have a New Method that cures •Asthma, and we want you to try it at 'our expense. No matter whether your ,case is of longstanding or recent de velopment. whether it is present as oc casional or chronic Asthma, you should eend for a free trial of our method. No matter in what climate you live, no matter what your age or occupation, if you are troubled with asthma, our method should relieve you promptly. We especially want to send it to those apparently hopeless cases, where all forms or inhalers, douches, opium preparations, fumes, "patent smokes," etc., have failed. We want to show everyone at our own expense, that this new'method ia designed to end all dif- Jicult breathing, all wheezing, and all -those terrible paroxysms at once and Sor all time. This free offer Is too Important to neglect a single day. Write now and then begin the method at once. Send no money. Simply mail coupon oeiow. Do It To-day. FREE ASTHMA COUPON i FRONTIER ASTHMA CO., Room r <73.1, Niagara and Hudson Sts., Buf 1, \a.lo, N. Y. t Send free trial of your method to: t i ] i I How About Your Eyes?^ Our special offers of glasses have brought us hundreds of per- I sons who have heretofore been I unable to get glasses on account I of the high prices. • Glasses Fitted In Gold : B 9 Filled Frames !BSj 1 with First Quality Spherical Lenses ,| M for Reading and •| B 1 Sewing, as low as , sight given « careful atten- ® tlon. H EVES EXAMINED FREE B NO DROPS USEE , RUBIN & RUBIN 320 Market Street I Second Floor. Dell Phone 3020 W k| Open Evenings ESTABLISHED OVER 10 VEAIM | High fJrnde Ser\-lee Reason able Prices. Adjustments free. Lenses duplicated while you wait. fltfJde&vncjer EXCLUSIVE Prescription Optician 205 LOCUST ST. Opp. Orpheunv— Bell 065 L Yarn Demonstration The demonstration of Columbia Yarns will continue until Saturday next. At this demonstration you can learn to knit any garment you wish. Instructions free under the direction of Mrs. Cleary. (TV XVJ "D \ Ihe W*MI\S LXCMIV^ TKird Street 'at Herr TKe Shop Irvdlvkhiai WEDNESDAY EVENING, WEDDING OF INTEREST Both Young Folks Are Known In Tills C'lty as Visitors A most interesting wedding: to rela tives and acquaintances hero of both the contracting parties ( which will take place in El Paso, Texas, Decem ber 1, will be that of Miss Mary Wort ley Montague, daughter of the late William Pepperell Montague and Mrs. Montague, and Carl Minnegerodc, for merly of Virginia. Miss Montague is a member of the Boston family of the name. Her grandfather was for many years pastor of the old North Church of Boston, tho church of Paul Revere. By a curios coincidence the grand father of Mr. Minnegerode, tho lato Rev. Charles Minnegerode, was a rec tor for a portion of the same time of tho historic St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Richmond, Va., attended by Jefterson Davis, President of the Southern Confederacy. His father, the late Charles Minnegerode, Jr., served with much gallantry during tho Civil War upon the staff of General Flta hugh Dee. Mrs. Eliphalet Andrews, of Washington, is his sister, and an other sister is now working with the Ued Cross nurses abroad. Miss Mon tague has one brother, William Pep perell Montague, Jr., professor of phil osophy at Columbia University, New York. Miss Montague will go to El Paso during the latter part of the present month, accompanied by her piother. After the wedding the couple will leave for Elephant Butte, where the pros pective bridegroom is engaged in tho construction department of the gov ernment reclamation service. It is the inability of Mr. Minnegerode te ob tain sufficient leave of absence from his work for the long journey East that necessitates the meeting half way with his bride, and tho consequent plans for the marriage in Texas. CARDS AND SUPPER L. C. Is. A. Entertains nt Five Hundred Last Evening In Cathedral liall Members of Branch 1067, Ladies' Catholic Benevolent Association, held a card party last evening in Cathedral Hall with tho following guests in at tendance: Miss Julia Clark, Miss Kelley, Miss, Eyla Findley, Miss Mary McGeohan, Miss Kathryn Moyer, Miss Anne Walz, Miss Margaret Sullivan. Miss Mary Carroll. Miss Margaretta Etter, Miss Nettie Moyer, Miss Rose Keefe, Miss Ella Flynn, Miss Regina Shilman, Miss Margaret Vaughn, Miss Marie Burns, Miss Kathryn McCarthy, Miss Anna Devine. Miss Helen Tracy, Miss Ma guire, Miss Anna Enright,, Mrs. Town send, Mrs. George Barker, Mrs. Eyde, Mrs. John Gallagher, Mrs. Andy Tay lor, Mrs. O'Leary, Mrs! Vaughn, Mrs. Kelley, Mrs. McCarthy, Mrs. O. J. Kel ley, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Keister, Mrs. Wo la. TO ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Moorliead and son, William Moorhead, of 2012 North Seventh street, leave to-morrow for Rutledge, Del., to attend the Moor head-Myers wedding. The bridegroom is a brother of Mr. Moorhead and well known here. A large reception will follow the wedding ceremony at the bride's home. Mrs. John Halliday and children left for their home at Baltimore this afternoon after a short stay with Miss Ella L. Hart, of 807 North Second street. Mrs. S. C. Still, of 263 Forster street, is conlined to the house by a severe attack of grip. George Williams and Miss Ruth Williams are visiting their grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bowers, at Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Latimer Willis, of Brooklyn, are in -the city for the funeral of their relative, John W. Willis, of 26 North Eighteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Langdon have gone home to Rochester, N. Y., after a short stay with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Henry, of Market street. Miss Irma Williams, of 422 South Thirteenth street, was hostess for a Monday evening embroidery club of which she is a member. Carl Waidlick, of 13 29 Kittatinny street, is spending a week with his parents at Mercersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jame3 K. Laidlaw, of Indiana, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Newman, of State street. Mr. and Mrs. A. Carson Stamra are home after a ploastnt visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. Stone Helm, at Lexing ton, Ky. Miscs Rachel Arnheim, of Philadel phia, left for home to-dny after a little visit with her cousin, Miss Helen Davis, of this city. SERIOUS CATARRH YIELDS TO HYOMEI Also One of the Best Remedies For Head Colds or Bronchitis Be wise in time and use Hyomei at the ilrat symptoms of catarrh, such as frequent colds, constant sniffling, drop pings in the throat, or dull headaches. Do not let the disease become deep seated for it will surely wreck your health, often causing the loss of hear ing, and If not checked may result in one of the most dreaded diseases. Hyomei is nature's true remedy for 'catarrh —it is the direct method —you breathe it so that the medication goes right to the sore and diseased tissues lining the air passages of the head and throat. Its antiseptic healing must be gin at once. It's no bother to use Hyomei. Simply put a few drops of the liquid into the] inhaler, that comes with every com plete outfit, and breathe it. You will feel better after the lirst breath of llyomei. It clears the head and throat like magic: while after a few days' use you will notice all your catarrhal symptoms are disappearing. There is nothing easier, quicker or more satisfying than Hyomei for ca tarrh ills. It is not merely a relief but a sure and lasting benefit—and niost economical. All druggists sell Hyo mei, while H. C. Kennedy will supply anyone on the guarantee of money back if they are not satisfied. —Adver- tisement. FOX-WALTON BRIDAL ! AT HUMMELSTOi; Large Attendance at Brilliant Church Wedding Last Evening Spcciai to The Ttfezrath Hummelstown, Pa., Nov. 18. A pretty wedding was solemnized last Evening at the siion Lutheran Church, this place, when Miss Lillio S. Walton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Walton, of Hummelstown, was untied in marriage with Robert T. Fox, son of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Fox, resi dents here. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. Herbert S. Garne.r pastor of Zion Church, and the Rev. D. Burt Smith, of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Easton, formerly of Hum melstown. Potted plants, ferns and flowers decorated the church. The wedding j music was played by Otto Kraur, of , Philadelphia, who used the bridal j chorus from "Lohengrin" as a proces- | sional and the Mendelssohn wedding! march as a recessional for the bridal j party. The bride wore a gown of white j satin with lace garnitures. Her lonji j tulle veil was arranged cap fashion | with lilies of the valley and her shower ; bouquet was of orchids and lilies ot the valley. Her attendants carried out the coloi scheme of pink and white, the maid of honor. Miss Caroline E. Walton, the bride's sister, wearing pink crepe do chine, with headdress of tulle and os- ) trich tips, and carrying a shower of j Killarney roses. The bridesmaids, Miss J Alpha S. Schraum, of Columbia; Miss 1 Margaret Shearer, of Carlisle; Miss I Virginia Daddow, of St. Claire; Miss M. Virginia Fox. of Hummelstown. j and sister of the bridegroom, all wore soft white gowns, with headdresses of | pink tulle and white ostrich tips, and ! carried pink chrysanthemums. The best man was M. A. Ross Wal- • ter, of Harrisburg, and the bride- | groom's other attendants were his j brother, Thomas G. Fox, of Hummels- ! town: Paul A. S.vkes, of Lancaster; j Phil S. Moyer, of Harrisburg, and El mer E. Erb, of Hockersville. At 8.30 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Walton entertained about 200 of their friends at a reception and dance at their home, Locust Farm. The house and ball room were beautifully decorated with greens and flowers in pink and white, chrysanthemums predominating. Tho Loeser\orchestra played. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Walton, Robert A. Walton, Miss LUlie Goehmann, Henry O. Deshong, j Miss Susie E. Collins. Mr. and Mrs John H. Gay, Mr. and Mrs. John | Gay, Jr., Miss C. Beatrice B. Fox, Dr. and Mrs. Webster L. Fox, Mrs. Harry H. Boyd, Miss M. MacMullen, Miss Ethel Schleiner, Miss Mary Ludv, Mrs. Annie M. Leech, Miss Louise Daget. Mrs. George Boyd, all of Phila delphia; Sir. and Mrs. Francis Walton, Miss Virginia Walton, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Elkinton, Miss Anna Elkinton, Miss Annrt. Walton, Mrs. Elizabeth Warrington, all of Moylan; Miss Ruth Lemaster, Miss Dorothy Lemaster, of Lancaster: Miss Esther Mather, of Alliance, Ohio; Judge and Mrs. S. J. M. McCarrell, Senator and Mrs. John E. Fox. Judge and Mrs. George Kun kel. Mrs. Frank Wlckersham, Mrs. John Weiss, Miss Carrie Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hershey. Mr. and Mrs. John Fox Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kunkel. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Stroup. all of Harrisburg. SHOWER BRIDE-ELECT Miss Grace Madenfort Receives Many Gifts For Housekeeping Mrs. J. N. Hursh arranged a kitchen showed last evening in honor of Miss Grace Madenfort, whoso marriage to Walter Kochel will occur early In De cember. The house was decorated in a color scheme of yellow and white, with chrysanthemums prevailing in the flora! display. After the presentation of gifts, cards and music were enjoyed, with supper following. In attendance were the Misses Grace Madenfort Hazel Beatty, Ruth Beatty, Katherine Smith and Maude Stober; Walter Kochel, Robert Stever, of TTaddon Heights, N. J.; Ralph Baker, Providence, R. I.; Mrs. J. K. Probst, Mrs. Smith, air. and Mrs. James E. Beatty, Mr. and Mrs. W. Barnhurst, Germantown, Pa.; Mrs. Flora C. Dyer and Robert Dennlson, of Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hursh. CHICKEN AND WAFFLES, Supper Served at Boiling Springs to Stra\vriders From This City A party of young people from this city, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tlgenfrltz. enjoyed a strawride In a large motor truck to Boiling Springs last evening. A chicken and waffle supper was served at the hotel after games and music. In the party were the Misses Grace Snow, Hazel Snow, Mabel Ilgenfrltz, Margaret Pancake, Goldie Wolf, Daisy Funk and Kuth Reidell; Nevin Bow ers, Edward Reidell, William Mullen, Luther Smith, Ray Smith, Raymond Keevor, John Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Workman, Mr. and Mrs. Ilgenfrltz. Mrs. John M. Mumma, Miss Rose Munima and Mrs. William Halfpenny and little son are home after a visit with relatives .at Hanover. Miss Ella Walmer Reed, of Hum melstown, is spending several days with her sister, Mrs. D. K. Ebersole, of Fifteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Watkins have gone home to Jersey City after visit ing in this vicinity for two weeks. Donald Eugene Nestor has returned to Lykens after spending a week with his aunt, Mrs. William Halfpenny, In this city. DANCE IS POSTPONED The usual Friday evening fiance at the Colonial Country Club will not be held this week, owing to a number of other attractions outside which will claim the members. Next week's event will be held as usual. . Hot Springs, Ark. If you suffer from Blood Poison, Rheu matism In nny form, J.umhago, Oout, Blad der or Kidney Trouble, Scrofula, Eczema or any skin disease. Bad Blood, Pimples or other facial or body eruptions or soros, write at once to THE SORRELL CO., B*l Sorrel! Building, Hot Springs, Arkama*. All advice, physician's diagnosis, and many of tUo remedies are sent entirely FREE. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH 1 The Very Latest Model Victrolas, Fresh From the Factory With every latest improved feature—-a style suitable for every occasion---at a price to suit every pocketbook. Any style you choose will play any record in the Victor catalogue, and every home may easily have one of these ideal instruments for Xmas, but wisdom suggests that you Order Yours To-day. It's Unsafe to Wait Longer The Demand Is Enormous and the visible supply limited; so you may not get one if you don't order in time. Come in to-day, pick out any style in any finish you wish, select your records, and have the complete outfit sent home at once, or set aside for delivery Xmas eve. And by the good fortune of our liberal club offer you need Pay Cash OnSy For Your Records—lf You Wish Begin Paying On the Victrola 30 Days Later More than 100 now on display to choose from. Hear them all—then decide. And be sure to hear the New Edison Diamond Disc. Store open evenings until 9 o'clock. The J. H. Troup Music House Troup Building 15 S. Market Square HEPTASOPIMOSTR MEMBERSHIP IfllY Big Meeting at Steelton Tonight; Committees Will Form Per manent Body Heptasophs of Harrisburg and vi cinity are working like beavers to boost the membership of the order in this section. Special booster meetings will be held this evening at both the Steelton conclaves. Booster committeemen from Harrisburg will meet at Market Square in a body at 7.30 to-night and will pay a visit to the Steelton lodge men to help make the meetings a big success. To-morrow night a general meeting will be held at the home of Harrisburg Conclave, No. 42, at F. O. E. Hall, Sixth and Cumberland streets. All the booster committeemen, from the vari ous conclaves—about fifty in number —will organize permanently. This permanent organization will look after the membership interests of the order. At the meeting to-morrow Heptasophs from all over Dauphin and Cumber land county will attend, as the session will be open to all members of the order. Edward Ewing will have charge of the affair. Last night a booster meeting was held at the hall of West Fairview Conclave, No. 145. The speakers were W. W. Britsch, L>. O. Phillips and B. P. Harris, deputy supreme organ izer, of Baltimore, Md. Throughout the various booster meetings being held this month it is expected that fully 300 new members will be brought into the conclaves of this city and nearby towns. GETS WHAT HE WANTS A letter from a customer up-State says: "There's one thing I'm always sure of when I place an order for I rinting with you and that is that it'll fie just exactly the way I want it." Who is your printer? The Telegraph Printing Company, printing, binding, designing, photo engraving, Harrisburg, Pa. ROTARY CLUB URGES TIFF COMMISSI [Continued From First Page] be notified of this stand, and that they act according to the resolutions. A copy of the resolutions will be sent to the National Botarian together with a request that he petition all the other Kotary clubs to take like action. The semimonthly session was held last night in the Metropolitan Hotel and began at 6 o'clock with a banquet to the members present. A business meeting followed at which the action on the tariff question was taken. An invitation by John Price Jackson, head of the State Department of La bor and Industry, tc. ♦ ttend the wel fare and efficiency exhihlt In Chestnut street auditorium, was considered and accepted. * MISS VAN HORN HOSTESS Miss Vera Van Horn, of Boas street, was hostess last evening for the mem bers of the Cricket Club. Chrysanthe mums were used in the decorations and refreshments were served to the six members. KOOSEVELT PRIVATE CITIZEN New York, Nov. 18. —Theodore Roosevelt, private citizen. That is the latest role that the ex- Presldent of the United States has adopted. He declared to-day that that is the only capacity in which he is going to appear until further no tice. When reporters sought to inter view him, he said: "I am a private citizen of the pri vatest sort—and I haven't a thing to say about anything." He meant it, too. All attempts to get him to comment on the election or anything else were futile. When the Colonel was interviewed the day aft< t election he said that he wouldn't comment on the returns un til they weer all in. They were all in I to-day, but ho had no comment to j make. [MANY OPPOSE ELECTROCUTION| Pottsville, Pa., Nov. 18.—So opposed are the jurors attending this session of criminal court to electrocution that it was impossible to get a complete jury to try Anthony Chernetski, of Shenandoah, from the regular panel. Some were opposed to capital pun ishment altogether, and said they would not render a first degree ver dict, regardless of the evidence. The two additional jurymen needed were obtained by sending Sheriff Ditchey out in the streets of Pottsville and bringing in talesmen. Judge Willielm, of the Orphans' Court, is presiding at the trial, Judge Brumm being ill. Chernetski is charged with stabbing Joseph Zur pofsky at Shenandoah last month. AMI'SE.M EXTS Palace Theater 333 Market Street THURSDAY William W'elnli. William Shay. Herbert Hrenon, Hohart llenU-y and Violet Meraereau in Imp 2-reel Drama, "IN SELF DEFENSE" Will Slieerer and Clara Iloriun In Eelnlr 2-reel ilrnnin, "THE VIOLINIST" Allan Forrest nn«l Kiln Ilnll in Hex ilrmitn, "WHITE ROSES" ADMISSION lOe CHILDREN 5o V, . fcflf Wilmer, Vincent Majestic & A PP eii, M gr «. One Night, Friday, Nov. 20 ROSE STAHL IN THE MOW COMEDY A Perfect Lady LAUGHTER GUARANTEED PRICES, *B.llO, $1.50, 91.00, 75c, ftOc| (inllery, i!se. PHOTOPLAY TO-DAY TIIE STOLEN YACHT, 3-aet I.ulilu drama. Hearnt-NellK Weekly of Current Eventx. THE CHOICE, Vltcttcrmih drama. NEW SLIPPERY Si.IM, Eaaanay eo tiled jr. NOVEMBER 18, 1914, GOLDEN EAGLES HOLD SOCIAL Harrisburg Castle, No. 508, Knights of Golden Eagle, held a social In Ktn nard'n hall, 305 Broad street, last evening. The. wives and friends of the members and prospective members were guests of the castle. Amateur entertainers presented a one-act comedy entitled "The District WHAT THE SHOPS SHOWING Nothing gives a more graceful and artistic touch to the decoration of a room than a basket filled with flowers, ferns or fruit, according to the use one has for it, and whatever one's needs, the Studebaker Grocery Store, State und Second streets, can supply any thing one wants in baskets. They carry at all times a very lovely assort ment of baskets in various colors, size,, and shapes and in a wide range of prices and on December 4 and 5 they will hold a special sale of the charm ing Bellefontc baskets, so favorably known for their beautiful weaves and colorings, and for which the Stuae baker Store is exclusive agency in Harrisburg. SMOOTH HANDS "I can't keep my hands smooth in winter time!" exclaimed a young girl and when her friend whose hands were always soft and smooth recom mended a certain lotion she still in sisted that she had tried this without getting satisfactory results. For every skin there is something which will help, but it is important to find Just the preparation which will prove effective, and the Gorgas Drug Store, with their largo and complete line of line toilet preparations, is well equipped to supply every need, and whether one wishes a soft cold cream, a lotion quickly absorbed by the skin, a vanishing cream or a special pre scription, the Gorgas Store can sup ply it. SAFKTY FIRST "Safety first" Is the slogan this week, and it is appropriate at this time to speak of the Walker Safety ruler for business men. accountants or clerks who wish to protect their fingers from disfiguring blots. It is a patented ruler with wide metal edge and two metal bars In the renter so that one's fingers cannot touch the inky edge The price of this novel device is just SI.OO and it is sold by the Central Hook Store, 329 Market street. This store keeps a complete line of ofllct supplies, including the newest and most approved merchandise for office use. Card systems and removable leaf account books are a specialty. AMUSEMENTS The Doctor Say* Hint a I.nußh Will Do You More tiood Than n Pill. Tllß BEST TONIC IN THE WOULD 18 A LAUGH AT NAT WILLS ■nil the other funny eomedlnna on THIS WEEK'S VAUDEVILLE BILL Don't Let the Week Get By Without Seeing; Thl* Show School," to the delight of the big audience. A short address by John B. Braybill, of ' X,ancaster, grand chief of the State castle, followed. Speeches were also made by William Windsor and J. W. Elberti. Refreshments were then served. The committee in charge of the fair included John W. Grisslnger, oW W. Sheaffer, J. W. Elberti and P. E. Troup. ARTISTIC HOMES A wall covering to take the place of wood wainscot and high baseboards is the Lincrusta, offered by the A. K. Tack Wall Paper Shop, 1216 North Third street. It has all the advantages of wood, wears excellently and may be repainted at any time. High wood wainscot, or, in Colonial houses, htgh baseboards, are advocated by the best architects and Interior decorators, and for those who. appreciate the beauty of this style of decoration yet cannot afford expensive wood trims this Lin crusta, finished in wood colorings, is an admirable substitute. It may bt had in various designs and is splendid for halls, vestibules or large rooms where both service and artistic effect are desired. COMFORTABLE SHOES Do you get very tired after being on your feet for any length of time? You will find, perhaps, that your shoes are at fault. However, it is not at all necessary to wear extra large shoes, for too loose shoes may be as bad as too tight shoes. The Walk Over Boot Shop, 22 fi Market street, is showing a high buttoned shoe made of dull leather so wonderfully soft and flexible that the tenderest feet will find this model delightfully comfortable. This shoe is distinctly good style and is characterized by beautiful workman ship. Long vamp, with tip defined by tiny perforations and straight Cuban heel are features of this smart shoe, which sells for $4.00. EMBROIDERED TOWELS So charming are the many designs in linen towels shown at the Woman's Exchange, Third street at Herr, that they seem to suggest themselves Im mediately as appropriate Christma.i gifts, and as they are so Inexpensive to buy and so lovely when finished they are really excellent gift sugges tions. Towels of beautiful linen In guest size or ordinary size may be stamped with the simple plain initials so popular now, or with very charm ing designs to be worked In dainty colors with French knots, cross stitch or flHt embroidery. The towels with medallion insets, and those witl* charming butterfly patterns or gracefur little baskets, flower filled, are par ticularly lovely. AMUSEMENTS THIS IS THE LAST DAV FOR A Dream of the Orient Complete I'liunige of Hill To-morrow Includlnic MA USE SHELBY'S CHKISTMAS DIN NEK nml 3 Other Good Keith Acta Alao A SAFETY El It ST PICTURE Provided by the State of Penna. Friday Evenlnic there will he a dniK-luu context. A 1,1. DANCRHS INVITED. Prof. Allen nnd Ml«a Smith In chnrKC.