Today will be German day at the Kenilworth Neighbors at the home of Mrs. Kasten on Melrose avenue. Mrs. Kasten has been able to obtain the services of a Chicago woman, who will lecture on "Germany and the Literature." This will be the last of the programs given by the literature committee of the Neighbors. Mrs. Paul Schulze and Mrs. Henry Taylof received at the last meeting of the Neighbors. Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Stolp poured. Mr. Whitman, head of the Chicago Bridewell, gave an interesting talk. Miss Suell, a pupil of Miss Pillsbury, played. Mrs. O'Connor, president of the Ravenswood Woman's club, was the guest of the club. The next meeting of the Neighbors will be March 13. Etchings, Mr. Earl H. Reed.