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Chester Times (Newspaper) - May 18, 1915, Chester, Pennsylvania CHESTER TUESDAY MAY 18 1915 v rhavrmaey W Wm V w f Kruil C 1 Lewis i Kit Hurry Stroud S otn M JlrilTlpt D John MoSine E Albert y W Works Storage Co Restaurant Retail Retail Retail Retail Booth Mrs A Booth Mrs Purnall J Oroeri 11 Hannum E i Soil Marsh C Moore Mra MoglUi Wicu c Par kcr Brokers Rctal Retai Rvtal Retai farm Uairv Jos Sliiier Victor D ton it Walton rnr J K Sycamore stiiionery Co B or i1 John i liicisi M rhiia Sub Gas Electric Retail Garape Iobinson Crawford pirp L T j r T n pfrtrmucr K LJ H Jr Siiih August Ausust cranlim Tiara E Morris larrti Geo Anna B Sweeney Jas Est H J Taylor Mary nlon News Co Clarence H Volkhnrrtt John P yrnon Etta Ware P W P Frank Worrall Horace G Wood J Morgan tVriRhfs Restaurant Westcott Walter S Tarnail Bertha Zoll Wm 8V Morton Acme Tea Ackermans Garage Fame rhllds Grocery Correll Jos rreim M Oreennold Mrs Greenwood lira B B Jonas Ore Jones Gold Haiffh Thos Hendrlck MrsW C Jordan Mrs Theressa Jordan Mrs Theressa Louisa N Johnson Louisa N Lawrence Pharmacy Ret Reataura Walton Suarthmore Service Co Trainer Gilbert Waller W H McGrainer Andrew A Ryan P Walsh J Thorutou Brines S Upper Darby American Wrecking Roiul V Collins Geo Highland park Broker Deer Lumber Co Hart Win Gorman W Jones Washington 11 v W A lluk 11 icCauley W aier Retail uman K elites Frank oliies Frank eid Lewis ubway News Co No I uhway News Ho No 2 erminal Coal urner Jco B Upland arroll J oe Fred J alton J Kon T liitts Win 11 ayes li epwortn Luke hooper O A Kllon ielso David vershnw A IcCray Curtis retty John tea vea Frank lowe Anna Selheimer Tarry Fred In Social Circles Mnthuns Mrs Ella Mack Jos Miller Geo Palmer Harry Purdy Richard Pmlth B Smith Geo Pimcox Jae J Tucker Alice Geo Williamson C Frank Moore Acme Tea Rransnn M R Childs Grocery Store copplc F riuniHD G M Co Fell man Jacob Hmilci jr D Co Greaves Greaves Haiirh Jarvis G Johnson Frank E Lee M rs Jennie I Marshall C H Mcflure David Moore Geo W Co Morton Dr A R Mower Francis Norman R ott Smith las Tiillock John Ward E Wilde John Willbank Sarah Retail Retail Broker Retail Restaurant Retail IlMII Retail Retail iRotkil out Entckler Jos Antony Uorwooa Acme Tea Allowav J Allowav J Brighton El wood John Id Auto Supply T B Kdw Hart man Knjiiirr Mrs Jas K M i liver Domeuick Parkinson Thos arrv J Tarry Thorpe J Ed Villanovi Macken Jnion News Co Village GTMH Button Griffith J Frank Harper Neeld Eli Neeld Eli Van Leer Grovcr Woodlyn Compton B F Matus Anton Box 26 Mower ONeil Michael Clayton N Cloud Green Hill R Richards S Moore J W Palmer Rose Tolman C Union News Co Zlegler Auciist Williamson ol Union News Co Acme Tea Bensinger C W Burket L K Bro Clark Chas Clark Chas D Columbia Tea Co Conner J Walter Counties Gas Electric Co DeMarse Philip Durso Delaware Market House Davis Chas Dantcnoe Nick Fronfield J Gray J Gray J Hadley H Henderson David Hile I Hale Motor Co Hunter H C Harazin johnson R H Edgar Kirchuck John Lolli Michael Luckenbill R LaDow Liehhardt H B D Licherifcld Max Mongiello Louis Petery Jos H ROSK Antonio Rlttenhouse Rafford F Sassarnan W Scanlan M F Simmons Geo Union News Vanbaarskamp Worrall T T Sons Welsh Park Weadley A Wnitly Howard Retail Retail Retal Retal Retal Retai Retai Retai Retai Retai Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Members of the T E C Club on Thursday evening will be entertained by Miss Rebecca G Ivins at her home 830 Madisun street Each week the members of this popular club which s competed ut school ufachers and titfno Ijraphtrs ut the homo of oiu of the members and enjoy a social und business meeting Mr ami Mrs John Wolfenden of Cardinston Delaware coun ty announce the of their laughter Sura Shore to Albert Lay ton Btott uil Saturday May lo at tlie cojial Church of St John iiRoUbt Umsdowne The cerenumy xvas performed by the Rev Cross well McBce rector of the chureli Mr and Mrs Hlott will be at home on Thursday afternoons after June xhe iirst at Hillside Cnrdington Mrs Margaret of 324 Sast Seventh street one of tho oldest resi dents of the Fourth ward passed an other milestone in lifes journey yes terday in a quiet manner The friends of tho aged remembered lior and each delivery of mail brought her a shuwor of post curds and tokens of respect Despite her line Mrs Ogilen is active and gets around her homo with ease selections formed the entertaining features during the Jones wus the recipient of many pretty and useful gifts MarrUco licenses wore yesterday issued at the oliice of the resistor o wills to the following persons Sydney G Ingrain of Garrett Hill and Annie Felton of Wayne Philip DiCarUntonio and Rosa Dl CasrUiHonio both ot Chester Wilson arl M Ronoy both of Clifton Heights J Morgan Klpe ami Jessie L Iun woody both Llanerch Marriage licenses were Issued In Flktun last week to the following from this city and county Albert J Kocsey of this c ty and Miss Hazel Brlon of Darby A Kilpatrlck and Miss Rebecca Juno Crayson of this city John U lUllo and Miss Besslo Taylor Norwood John Hulton of this city and Miss Amelia Henrtrlckson ot Uplwul Ten Minutes With the ShortStory Writers Lots of hard scrubbing and cleaning to do in your house every week Let POSTED AT THE CLUB the PERSONAL MENTION By Martin Cross In beconiliiK a man Hilly Hart pre served one quality of the nover ceased to act the Impulse of the moment He also chief charaeloristlc of u crialn of learned to rc specinlility as a Therefore when lio found n mon salary In the envelop on hU desk missed at Ural the slRiitlUunco of the i note whUh accompanied the moiioy A less Inipctuoua mini would liavo heoii tl tho loss of his poKltion ha only thouKht hosv many bo doiio with that do uih Ho down al the desk will H his no addressed im to his mother and nclosed lomary remittance iori which hclpeil to make ends I omcc at men with ho worked and Mtmtcd tu K The Junior partner kindly mivn Mrs Herbert H Moss of Eighteenth and Meirosc streets eiUertiiInert at luncheon at her home on Saturday Covers were liiid for eight The murriRKO of John M Hormcs of MOT East Fourteenth street formerly a reporter for I ho MonilntV can and Miss Martha Durkin a teacher at the Tliurlow Puhlio school will be solemnlstert tomorrow morn ins at 0 oclock at the Immaculate Heart Church lies P J Ryan uas tor of the church will officiate ana a reception will be held at the home of the hride ISiO West Fourth street following the wedding Retail Broker Restaurant Retail Retail Retail A surprise was tendered Mrs Re becca J Kemp lost evening at the home of her daughter Mrs Hamilton Lutton 1011 Kerlin street The sur prise was in honor of the eightieth anniversary of the birth of Mrs Kemp The latter was seated in her home when her children and grand children called at the home and took her by surprise They presented her a beautiful birthday cake Be sides receiving small silts Mrs Kemp was given a post card howcr by her friends which are many Despite her advanced years she IK very active Mrs Kemlovv Young of 1212 Kerlin street entertained a number of friends in honor of Miss Bllena A Jones a daughter of Mr and Mrs Walton K Tones of 330 East Fifteenth street last evening at u novelty shower Miss Joneft will he married next month to Harry Cullls Bowen son of the late William M Tlowen Guests were present from Philadel phia Ridley Park and this city The dininp room beautifully decorated the color scheme green and white Bridal roses and lilies of the valley intermingled with maiden hair ferns graced tho tables streamers of white satin ribbons held the beautiful clusters together Each guest wns presented with a min iature cut glass with lilies of the valley Vocal and instrumental Flwood Gordon of East Downlng town who has been on the jury at West Chester for a week past spent the week end with his sister Mrs John Hughes of 333 Kust Twelfth street Mr and Mrs Thonms Connolly of Lloyd street nml Mrs and Mrs furry Goff of Ninth and Kullon streets spent Sunduy Atlantic City George Keaufer of Sixth street and Concord avenue spent yesterday with friends at J Miss Gertrude Kavcs of Phtladelphln vUiiiK her Biandparents Mr and Mrs Wilson of Kislith street MIU Clay Cochrane of Kasl Kourh turned lo her horn after enjoying northern state Frank Rush and John Rupnik of ihe Fifth Wftrri who have been ependliuT reveral days In Camden N have re turned to their Miss Anna Lliiskt of Philadelphia spent the end with her Mr and Mrs A Llnskl of Ninth street and Morton avenue ho said with genuine rosiot that we simply hart to Inn you soap do it easily and thoroughly for you With FelsNaptha theres no need to use lots of strength over a scrubbing brush and it works best in cool or lukewarm water no sain M I wo so had Just that we slmnlv hart to rotrench youll llnd Miss Helen Dooley of Philadelphia has returned lo her home after spend ing the week end with her aunt Mrs wTllium street LeRoy Vernon of 623 Norlh street who has been spending several nipni ha with friends ami relatives In Virginia returned to his home on Siuuruay Patrick McLauehlln of Roue street who for several months has been in Plttsburch ia visiting relatives and friends In this city Misses Mary and Margaret Graham of 1022 Potter street spent the week end with relatives in Philadelphia Miss Margaret Hagerty of Kast Broad street spent Sunday with a nrinbeiof friends In Philadelphia Franklin B 11111 of Saulshury was a visitor at the home ot Mrs n Ihiin M Bowen 630 Madison street on Kunduy Walnut na Tcr All Miss Mary Klrkmnn of 1140 street la entertaining Jllis F rence of Mew York CIprencc Mahonny who Is a member of tho Memphis baseball team has re turned to the southern city utter en loving two weeks stay with his par ents Mr and Mrs Mahoney of 1C21 Totter street Mrs SA Hall formerly of this city hns been residing with her daugh ter Mru J Howard Bowen of Cinic nnugli Piu IH spending a fciy days In Chester as thf euest of her KOII II Hall of Tenth and Upland streets l j H Hall of Tenth and Upland streets RA1NTY BLOUSE Fit LJrtllll 1 tllJVUUU tcenth Klrect cntorlnlnlne Miss Anna of Jhllndclphlu II An Exceptional Model is Equally Well Adapted to Evening Daytime Wear By MAY MANTON 111 Evans Wm B Retail Given under my hand this fifth day of May A s GAT Mercantile Appraiser II Harry otwood J ivlnr Matilda Newtown Sqnare r n Finnk John 1 i John 1 vl H K N G i i nn A rnnM A P r lisplon Rihert is v H M 1 C A Jfe Sons Mrrt Harry C John A t I C A I J H lohn C Est Frank K Oai TTlcw Jas L rhan Michael irlv C H fJco F M i A Jos Retail Retail Retail Retail Ketnil Retail Broker Retail Retail Rctnil Retail Rctatl Retail Broker Retail Retail C 0 S XC 1 51 Radnor Co Retail Retail Retail JRntlefljo vi rr W K AK Kidloy Parfc rr Tea rirkler Michael Mrs Susie John TEN NEW MEMBERS Addition to Roll of Wesley Chapter Brotherhood of Andrew The reception of ten nen members by Wesley Chapter BroUherhood of Andrew and Philip gave an encour aging aspect to the regular meeting held in the chapel of South Chesttr Methodist Church Third and Jeffrey streets last evening Over 100 mem bers were present and showed interest in the program of business and enter tainment arranged The principal item to come before the member was the making of final arrangements for an outing for mem hors relatives and friends of the Brotherhood to he held in Chester Park on Saturday May 29 Sporting events and other numbers to interest those attending will be on the program for the day Refreshments will alsti be served Humorous recitations by SB Pen ninpton appealed to the gathering of men last evening and with the musical numbers went to make up a tine en tertainment The meeting tooc on a devotional aspect toward the close Bible Study Class The Chester High School Club met for Bible study last night on the fifth floor of the Young Moris Chris tian Association Building The speak ers were Rev Frank J MacDonalO pastor of the First Baptist Church and Maxwell Ochletree the latter head of the Bihle connected with the as sociation Supper was served as usual on the fifth floor Mr and Mrs 1 M Hclllcin of lux visited Mrs Louise Elchel of Edwards street this week Mrs John R Roberta of 2403 West Third street has returned fromastay nl where she was called tntlie bedside of her uncle William Sowden who is seriously ill AMONG THE SICK Joseph Chllds of Ninth and Llmoln streets underwent a slight operation at Ills home recently Miss Nellie Cowan of Croshy street who rcicmly unrtrrwcnt tn oper ation in the Crozer HospltiU has hen removed to her home greatly Improve in health Theresa Sullivan the little daughter of Mr and Mrs John Sullivan of 707 rirecn street will undergo an operation In a Phllailolphla hospital this week for an affection of the James of S15 East Klchtli street who has been ill far several months is greatly improved in health voi 11 llnd n ns iuck lie shook lilUys luind and the nrst lime Rllly U sorry that he lo liked the junior partner abovo troatine an employee IIH a n n Once Billy had met him on the strtf i near his own iluli had naked him to come In 1 o surprise and piirlncr accepted the Invllrj lo n in 1 Lhov iiiiHsod ft hiiltnoui in oti aKrcealilo topics The club wits Billys one extravag ance Ije niHde a practise of BoltiB there for a while every evening und once or twice u week ho dined moo estly In the restaurant After ing forty of hlfi salary home to his he afford to run m a very large bill oc houRfcharecs Hla monthly hHI erally averaged about twenty The Carneliaii Club wan nlso Billv s chief social asset It was to him the symbol ofhln respectability An It was a rutheiexclusive organization he had Jumped at tho chanco ol be coming a member evea although hi could ill afford It Sometimes it had cost him n pie to meel hill hut hn would rather havo gone hungry limn bo post ed for nonpiiyment of dues Onco he had had to pnwn his watch to Eet the ncrcsHury money He con doled himself for tin rllsoomfort with renectlon that It enabled him to So into the club without the shame of seeing mime on the hoard But try as he would he had no been able lo pay his last month a hi 1 and two before he lost hlB posi tion he had found himself nmoiiK those poslnd for defaulted ImiRe charges Now with sixty dollars li his he WIIH eager to pay hi bill and see a litlc piece of paper sttii over his name on the hateful board Ho went down Into tho subway find took an uptown train Rome onn got tinp out nt nn early station left n ncwHpiipor on the sent btsldc him Hn picked It nr and began to scnn the columns to while nway the time Tho financial depression the chiof topic scnmlup to ficurft in almost every Htory The headlinos told of falling one after smother ho know sev eral of them In a business way and tho thought of thi hundreds of men out of work frightened him a little Two hunks had closed tholr doors nfter having siistnlned continuous runs three had rrntdied on the A younp broker unnldn to face the music had shot himself Ho had written a piteous notn to bin wife oncloKincthe dollnrs he had left in the world Hilly rend the nnme rnnrleM North Whurton He hod never heard of the man Poor fellov he murmured lo him self as the train swung into the sta tion at which he wished to alight Mar ried Wonrtor how sho feels lie mil the thought of tho sulcldo from his uitnd An he walked hithunked stars I hut even Ihouch he Imtl n Job luiinld pay hlv room rent and his cliibciargcs ir rivnd he door of tlic uluhhoiiMc and went In Without waltlmr tocheck hip hnt iind ronl he headed for oincrf no was to havo his name taken off the board On tho he to pass the board anil instlmtlvly he stormed nnd looked nt It His eyes found his own nrtmc immediately W T Hn was Inmlmr avay when he staring him even more meaninglv Hum his own n numo that acemod familiar He looked nt It with dnwn ing apiirehension1 inm C N Wharton It the name he had man whom hn had pltlnlj lond man i membor of the he had prvrr it with a dfbt iinitiild nnd bis namo stuck up foiI friends to fee ho In hi Urn the onico Mo counted out fifty fin tho and walTcl hilo the clerk scribbled a receipt for Ill pav my own some olher he as he tore i ho vouchers across He xvnlkcd over I ho nro and dropped the pircpH upon tho roals Your grocer has the new FellsSoap Powdlosr You are sure to like it Mrs Daniel W Klenner of Fifth and Franklin streets is numbered the sick of 01S West Fifth Srvnnth recover Anuis fsbcafT n of Flftli nnrl Madison who lias bcfn sick for some time romnins about thn Morris Colomnn street is sick CIIfTnrT of trrp tcr Ca r linotl to his with a 5llgli John f Is TTIO Udhlinrl tl tirk of ilhif sn p Retail Retail Jr 1 Will Richard c H R Samuel A F J St Davids Retail Rctiii Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail Retail 1 Nw Sliaxon John Waltrr p j Vt ofEK Kyle i T n ThOF H Mrs f or Rlchafd T Fred MakeYour Linens Proof YOU neycr penny when you buyDerry vmlcLioenj became ther take theburdcnof proof The sheer Shmnmoo flu is 10 fine woven 10 strong that Derryvale Pare Irish Linens w U t 3 jtnilH ti JL not it 8638 Fancy Blouse 34 to btlst Could anything be prettier than effect of the round neck and snort puffed sleeves shown in this evening bodice Incidentally the model is ona of the newest and most fashionable and it makes an unquestionable appeal from every point of view It fives an essen tially youthful cllect and it is acsclutely simpe In one view there is a bertha of the material scalloped in another the jbcrtha and the sleeves arc made of lace and thcc two effects are equally correct Vet so different that they do not m any way suggest the same foundation Por daytime occasions the yoke can be added andthelongslecvesused A great variety tf materials might be suggested and they jwould all be appropriate but in the illuB Rcclilcl Seventh anc c rtb strcof6 was nd mi tt c1 to t h Tiof nttnl aftf and will nnrtorio nn operation for th removal of n of facr Murtniich of Mi L is erraduaIly recovering from her illness Mrs Ilvaino Nurses Comrncncemenl Thp commpnccmont excrc es of thp Trninin Bchool con nected with thp ChPstor Hosnltnl in tho rnidU MPHP Christian rt Six nurses win honors rnim oC tho bnilrtinsr nrt ICJcmont nvpn graduated A Evidence Lacking Cowoll A Pole with thr nnardinc ho ducted hy Wujcik at 6 and a sum of chnrcrr rrn givon n hearing iwouiti VJiJl i AIrlormnn tration chiffon taffeta is shown on tho M p Elliott of the Ninth ward Sni nrday nipht The defendant wns charpcd owinp to a lack of cvirlncp Tr ai A Flaherty NViikins Elizabeth figure crepe de chine with lace is shown in the small view and one of the pretty silk and cotton voiles is shown with the high neck blouse and preferablythe yoke be of allover lace or net There is a plain lining which holcis the fullness of the blouse perfectly in place and any preferred girdle can be aflinsted over the lower edge Upon the height of the girdle depends the apparent length ot the waist For the medium size will be required 3V yds of mateiial 27 in wide 2 yris i 16 or 44 or IH yds of material 27 n i yd 3S or 44 wfth 3H T3 linf wide for the bertha and sleeves j shown in the back view J4 yd 18 in wide for the yoke and colUr The pattern is cut m sires from to 40 inches hn5t mcafiire It will be I liled to any addrcf5 by the Fashioni DC feir fron est John HRes Home on Furlough Small of ISO AVrst n yxr ajro Stptps Coast Artillery wrrivrd in this rity on Kntnrriay a fnrlO in pnTonrl it Fort WashinKton hfrr uill his mothers home nt Third and Ponn streets Third in iho to EUGENIC MARRIAGES Will to this country a hcilth irr and moro intrllippnt family of he future and many a woman ob viously for has had hT hoalth rcstorrd hy tho timely us3 of Addrtat When Spring Brings That Tired feeling Spring Fever laziness hinders your work and spoils your pleasure It is caused by the impurities stored up in your body a winters inactivity These impurities actually poison the blood and deaden the Help your body to throw them off by cleansing and fortifying your system Do this at once Take BEECH PILLS They act quickly and surely They clear your skin brighten your eyes and help you to regain the energy that should be yours in the Spring of the year They bring health Beechams Pills have given excel lent results for sixty years Today they have the largest sale of any medicine in the workL Not only in the Spring but any time you are constipated nervous and depressed take Beechams They Tone Up Your Entire System At All Druggiili 2Sc of tptclal oalaf to womtn with fViry box i Shampoos with Cuticura Soap preceded by light applications of Cuticura Ointment do much to promote hairgrowing conditions CaUcnn md Olntrant w Name Address Size No thp most romcrly for femalr its the worirt hn ever known KnormnuR of rools and herbs arf usort annually in maivinff this croort rrmedy and no woman who fninVrs from frmalo ills should lose hope until she has tried it Eastman Kodak Asency With Electric Cookery the Table you are assured of a pleasant meal with your husband or familyin dependent of cook or maid You may have your food cooked exactly as5 you like just when 3011 want it There being no os3 of heat with the Electric Grill the expense is slight While you are eating your fruit or cereal your chop egg toast or griddle cakes can be cooking on the Electric Grill right at the breakfast table You not only have your breakfast hot and well cooked but you avoid the unpleasant jumping up and loss of time running back and forth from kitchen to dining room Beacon Light Company 515 Market Street Chester Pa ;