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EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, PBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914.
SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT
HOME AND IN SUBURBS
.. .-.r-ntidM it. HAHtiE has Issued Invl.
M tatlons for a largo debutante luiiclieon,
IPh le wl" glvc '" nonor ot 1,cr ,In"Bhtcr,
J,'u Hnnsell P. Knrlc, at their place In Uryn
iirtnucr ' ""- ' i "re
nil) ic Included among Hie guests.
U. Clmiles Howell, Miss Josephine Howell
ml MI'S Beatrice nowcn, oi iorresuaic, who
Jave 'been motoring through New Unglttnd on
their way from Northeast llnrbor, where they
liavo been vhltlntf Mrs. CI. Frederick Jordan.
HI leturn to Tonesdalo next week, Mrs.
Howell nml hrr daughters .wilt move Into town
about the end of November.
Dr. ami Sirs. Joseph Neff. who spent the
Mry summer at their cottage In licach Haven,
had Intended point,' abroad for a stay of sev
eral months. Obliged to nbandon their plans
onlng to tnc war conditions, they spent the
lt month traveling through New ICngland,
padslnff several weeks In Northeast llnrbor.
They returned yesterday to their house In
Mrs. William Dlsston. who has taken apart
ments at the nltlcnhouse, Is spending the day
)n New York. JIIss 1'aullne Dlsston, who will
be a debutante this whiter, Is visiting friends
la Chestnut Hill.
Mr. und Mrs. Arthur H. Lea entertained at
dinner last night at tho Mount Washington
Hotel, In Brctton Woods, N, II.
Miss Edith 1'lcasonton Is spending six weeks
as the guest of Miss Kitty Barrett, at Port
Henry. Va. Miss Barrett is well known in tho
younger set of this city.
Mr. and Mis. William Townscnd Wright and
their family, who havo been spending tho sum
mer at Taul Smith's, In the Adirondack)!, lu'ic
returned to their icsldcncc on Church :ond,
Mr. and Mr. Murdoclc Kendilck, of Uulph
road, Strafford, havo gono to Chicago for a
stay of oevcrat weeks.
Mrs. Mori Is L. Clothier, who spent tho eum
mer at Watch Hill, IS. I,, returned yesterday
to "Clalrcmont," her suburban home at Villa
Major and Mrs. T. 13. Baldwin, of Edgewater
Park, have returned from Jefferson, N. H., and
arc spending some time at tho Hotel Dents,
Atlantic City, before opening' their home, Gablo
l! 8 V X,V ?V '.. ;i
laratlon of war, hns returned to her homo at
tho Powclton Apartments.
Airs. Gcorgo W. Shrador, of 232 Sumac street,
Wissahlckon, lias returned with her daughtera
after a few weeks at Wlldwood Crest.
Tho Chafing Dish Club will reorganize about
the first of October and continue to meet
throughout the Winter.
Mr. and Mis. James C. Hindlc, of 4156 Mana
yunk avenue, have been tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Cl. W. Clemens, of Jctiklntown, for a few
.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elsenhart, of Hnrmon
Itoad, arc receiving congratulations on tho
blith ot u son, Gcorgo 11. Hlscntiart, on Sep
JVUbB PHOEBE WILLIAMS ADAMS
Miss Adams, who made her debut last
season, has ju3t returned from a week's
stay in the mountains with Mrs. George j M'",""7,' !,t t,apo ,Mny'
Jasper Harding, of 2215 Walnut street.
Miss Adams' engagement to Mr. George J.
Harding was announced last spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlcs White, who spent tho
senfon In Ocean City, havo returned to their
winter home, 1035 Nortli Park avenue.
The Nov. Hussell It. Conwell, of 2020 Nortli
Hioad street, will return tomorrow morning
from a neck's visit to his country place.
Eagle's Nest, South Worthlngton, Mass, Ho
was accompanied on tho trip by Mclvln Wright.
Mlsa Fidelia Heath, of H30 West York street,
has rutin ned from an extended tour through
Mrs Thomas McKlnley Clare, of 2126 North
Twelfth street, has returned from Baltimore,
Md., where she was a guest of her cousin, Miss
Miss Frances P. Hnzcn, of 1703 Mount Ver
non street, Is upending September at Johns
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. W. Smith havo closed
their Bummer home in Atlantic City nnd havo
returned to their town residence, 1220 West
Mr. and Mis. .Tore Ij. Crcsso and their daugh
ter. Mis Lydlo Cicsse, hao opened their win
ter luniie. 2107 Gieen street, after spending- the
Mrs, Bannister's mother, Mrs. Llvczy, In Wild
wood. Dr. and Mrs. O, Morton Olllman, of Fifteenth
ami Allegheny avenue, havo returned from
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Baker, of 1803 West
Krlo avenue, havo returned from an extended
stay on Little Deer Istand on tho Mnlnc coast.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gamble, of 3231 Nortli
Sixteenth street, and their daughter, Miss
Dorothy Gamble, havo returned from Asbury
Park, whero they passed tho summer.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Amos, of 3129 North
Carlisle ntreot, have relumed from Atlantic
City, whero they havo been staying slnco
Mr. and Mrs. Ira D, Bortolet and their
daughter, Mlfs Marian Bertolet, of Nortli
Eighteenth street, havo been spending a short
time at Buck Hill Falls slnco closing their
untry homo at Pcrkaslo, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lincoln Acker and Mlsa
Bmlly Acker, of West Venango street, havo
returned from the Malno woods.
Mrs. P. Hartman Fox, of Austin, Pa., Is
visiting Mrs. J. Charles Wcnrath, of 3336 North
Highlit street. Mrs. Fox Is the wife of the
Stato Forester of Pennsylvania.
Mr, nnd Mrs. Walter Elnwcchter, of 3716
North Sixteenth street, havo closed their coun
try place In Lansdownc and havo returned to
their winter home.
Mr. and Mrs. George It. J. Burgert have re
turned from their wedding Journey and will
bo at home after September 21, at 3412 North
23d street. Mrs. Burgert was Miss F. Emma
Goforth, daughter of Mrs. Anna B. Goforth,
of North 23d street.
Dr. and Mrs. Milton It Meyers will rccclvo
after October 15, at 1C2D South Brond street.
Mrs. Meyers was Miss Ethel K. Altshuler,
daughter of Klva Altshuler. Doctor Meyers Is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Slgmund Meyers, of
3loi North 22d street.
Miss Eda Stern, of North 21st street, has re
turned from Atlantic City.
ADELP1H "Help Wanted." comedy, drama.
Perils and pitfalls of girls in business world.
imOAD-''Drugged," by Owen Davis, starring
John Mason, Mystery, murder, morphlno
eating wife. $11,000 theft, revolver. Bang!
BangJ What more d'y'u want?
CHESTNUT STREET OPEttA HOUBE "Ca
blrla," one of the most spectacular moving
picture dramas ever presented. Love nnd
war In the third century B. C. They kissed
Just Urn samo way.
FOitrtEST "Zlcgfeld Follies." Light, very
light, in humor and clothes. Bert Williams
tickles the funny convolution of your brain.
GAIUIICK 'Adele," French opercttn. roseato
romance, siren singing. Delicate, dainty, with
sago message don't kill yourself when a for
tune s eomlne to you.
WALNUT "Siberia," thrilling as It was 3.1
years ago, certain to keep fair damsels from
exploring tho snowy steppes for romance.
Mrs. Henry W. Hall, of Cynwyd, Pa., is pass
ing tho week as tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Gill, at Edgewater Park,
Miss Irene Cramp Is spending several days
In Lenox, Mass., before returning to tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peele. of Wallingford,
Ta., will pass the wlntor at their new homo
at Edgewater Park.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
OUJlDltOOK Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Castner
have elo30d their Cnpo .May cottago and aro
Msltlng Mr. Castncr's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Castnor. Jr., at Devon, before opening
their homo on Wynnewood avenue for the
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. McCurdy have returned
from a two weeks' visit to Occnn City, N. J.
JIUUO Anthony A. Schwartz, ron of Mr.
and Mrs. Kiwa Schwartz, of Houptoii, has Just
returned from a trip through New York State.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Pequlgnot and their
four children, who spent the summer at their
Cape Muy cottage, havo opened their home,
corner Hazlchiirst and Forest aenues. Mrs.
I'equlgnot's sister, Miss Katharine A. Mc
Closkey, passed the season with them.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Scaring aro at their
home on Berkeley load after u live weeks' stay
at .Spring Lake, where they wero the guests
of Mrs. Scaring') sister. Mrs. II. L. Wardell, of
SAnnEHTH Mrs. Clarence Paries, of Windsor
and .Varherth avenues, has returned from a
two weeks' stay In Chelsea, and Doctor Paries,
who lsitccl nacjuctc Lake, N. Y Is back in
Mr. nnd Mr. C. K. Humphreys, of South
Xarberth avenue, who recently tuored to Bar
Harbor, are expected homo the end of this
A.n.M.wood-AV. II. Wetherlll. accompanied
ly lih boa und daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Abel P. Bunting, of Kent road, will leave Tues
day for a week's travel along tho Hudson
River. Upon their return homo Mr. and Mrs.
Abel Hunting will start October 4 for a trip to
Mr. and Mrs. Philip s. Kussell will leave
October 1 for Detroit, Mich., whero Mrs. Ilussel
and the children will spend six weeks with her
mother, Mrs. H. K. l'Hommedleu.
AiimioiiE Mrs. Howard Butcher, Jr.. who,
itli her children, was recently marooned In
f-'crmany, cabled from Holland that sho ex
peitcd to fail on a liner reaching Now York
Sunday. Mr. Butcher will meet the steamer.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Beeves Bunting, of
I'lstcr road, are receiving congratulations on
"is birth of a daughter, little Miss Jane Bunt
Ins. Mrs. Hunting will lie remembered as Mlsa
Mary P. 1'caice.
Mr. and Mrs. Jt. iiurold McQualo havo ro
turned from Cipo May to their home on Simp
Uio.N Mr. and Mrs. George Wharton Pep
lr, Miss Adelaide L. F. Pepper und Mls Oliar
Iitta u. Pepper, after passing tho summer at
"'ortlicuHt Harbor, have returned to "Fox
Creek rami," their country place at Devon,
where thoy wm rcmDjn fol. the early fall.
Mr. ana Mrs. Edgar V. Sudor, Mtss Josephine
p. Sorter, Sidney p. Seder nml Edgar V, Sce
kr, Jr., who spent several weeks at Nantucket,
3'a., hava letuined home and are spending
' fall mouths at Wayside, their country
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Justice have returned
JJ their witmrban home, after spending a por
n of the summer at Pocono Summit.
Jtr. and Mrs. Jesao Williams, a.fter spending
fveral weeks at Wynburne Inn. havo gono to
Wie Harbor for a short sojourn.
Mrs. p. a. lirowu and her daughter, Miss
"l Brown, of :i5 East -Mount Pleasant avc,
. hayg returned from week's motor trip
Lake Jlopitcong and S!iawnee-un-1lv
Martin's after spending .he summer In Nova
Mr, and Mis, Joseph A. Janncy, Jr., who
havo been spending the summer In Cape May,
returned yesterday to their home, 37 East
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowland, Miss Frances
Itowlajid and the Messrs. Kowland, of Nava
hoo avenue, will close their house at Bay
Head next week, and will return to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dunn, of Chestnut
Hill, have returned fiom a visit to Eagles'
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wray, Ludlow Wray
and Alexander Wray returned yesterday from
Bay Head, where they spent tho summer.
Miss Helen Gartley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Gartley, of 7233 Boycr street,
will icturn to her homo on Saturday after
spending several weeks at Ocean City.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Itlttenhouso Miller and Dr.
and Mrs. Prank Wlstcr Thomas have gone to
Swanco on a motor trip.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Patterson havo returned
to town from Capo May, where they spent tho'
summer. They havo opened their house, 7101
wick' PhtM Tollrlson entertained the Scdg
C lub at Avon-on-lhe-Sea for tovcral
VI r" aml ,!rs- Henry d. Booth and family.
May i tPC'" Wd'ns tho summer ut Cape
'fl"hr ri'lutnc(l hclr homo, 13H West
- KUu,i,u. .-,,.
of J.1J0 W'ajne ae-
he flrat uf nest month
B,r'9 p,1''aku"i l'rt i'ar.uioiia to enter Swuith-
Ai 'fr."on and
!! m St.
The marri!ii.ro of Miss Marion S. Hamilton,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mis. John B. Hamilton, to
P.obcrt J. Hamilton will take place Thursday,
October 1, at the homo of the bride's parents,
4015 Hazel avenue. A cousin ot the bride, the
Ilcv, Mr. Bcekman, will perform tho ceicmony.
Miss Isabel Mauderson, who Is now in the
Bcrkshlres, will reopen her home, 4011 Walnut
Btrcct, nbout October 1.
Miss Mac Johnson will entertain her friends
at luncheon toduy.
Mrs. Michael Evans ami her daughter, Miss
Katharine Evans, have returned to their home
after spending the summer lu London. Their
pluns were to have Miss Evans attend school
there, but on account of tho war the young
girl returned homo with her mother.
Mrs. II. L. Wayland, of 5lt South Forty
second street, who has been at Bay View,
Mich., Is now in Providence, It. I., for the fall.
51rs. Nathaniel Gildcrsleevo has icttinied from
Bar Haibor to her home, 4732 Hazel avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delaplaln Green and their
family, of 2H South Forty-sixth street, have
closed their cottage at Ocean City and have
returned to their home.
Mrs. Victor G. Marqulssco, who spent the
summer at Bay Head, has returned to her
home, 1120 South Wilton avenue.
Miss Leanorla Kuan will return to her home,
50th and Spruce streets, tho later part of next
week from the Delaware Wntcr Gap, where sho
has been spending August and September.
Mr. and Mrs. Itobert M. Green, of 4003 Pino
street, have Issued invitations for tho wedding
of their daughter, Miss Helen Green, and Wil
liam Cooper, Saturday, October 10, at tho
Aldlne. The ceremony will tako placo at 6
o'clock, and will bo followed by a reception
from 7 until 0 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. liement, who spent
tho summer at their camp uu Luko Placid in
the Adirondack Mountains, will return and
open their town house, 3S17 Spruce btrcct, to
day. Dr. and Mrs. Isaac If. Jones, whu spent tho
summer nt their cottago In Chelsea, liavo re
turned to their home, 4301 Spruco street.
Mrs. Irwin N. Megargce. Miss Miriam Mo
Bargee and Miss Lorn.i Megnrgee, of tho
Essex, will closo their cottage at Atlantic City
this week and return to this city.
Miss Julia Young, formerly of Washlngon,
D. C, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Banklu Young, has icturned to her home, SOS
South COtti street, after an extended tilp
through the West.
Mies Margaiet Mary Dempscy, of 4131 Balti
more avenue, Is expected to return on Friday
from Bay Head, Mich., whero she hns been
Visiting Miss Katherlne May Hines. M.
A. Dempsey and his daughters aio still at
their summer homo In Langhorne. and will not
return to town until after thu first of October.
Mr. and .Mrs. Christopher S. Donner, of 4303
Spruce street, after spending the summer at
CheUea, have returned homo for the winter.
Mrs. Louis J. McCloskey and her family, of
41W Spruce street, will return to town next
week, having spent the summer ut Welllleet,
Mrs. Pedro M. Auzu, of Santiago, Cuba, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. George A. Bohen, of
C17 South ISth titrcct. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest B. Stcbblns. formerly
of Hampton Court, havo taken apartments at
Sunderland House for the winter.
Mrs. P W Wood, of 4838 Walnut street, left
town a fi-w lao afiD fi lost on. where she
wdl niiiain fur about two ucrk
Iji and Mrs II II Brown, ut 4.1 rifuth 10th
street, aro spending a few dujo at their cot
tago in Cape May.
MIm Olga Lens, daughter of fro!, and Mrs.
...-iM L-p-f, who was m Kusia at tho dec-
I he licv and Airs. A. E. Hun is, of 1S32 North j
SKlocnth street, have ictuind from iecrnl i
weeks' stay at Winona Lake, lnd. i
Mr. and Mrs. Bruco McFadden and their I
daughters, Mlaj Edna MoFaddou and Miss
Alice McFadden. of KM North Brond street,
havo lotutncd Horn their cotnge in Atlantic
City, X. J.
MIms Cora Fields, of 2144 North Nineteenth
street, nftor visiting relatives In several of the
Western States, returned homo by automobile.
Miss Fields was absent about nine weeks.
Mrs. J. F. McLaughlin and daughters, of 1742
Diamond street, havo returned from Chelsea.
Miss Nellie McLaughlin's engagement was re
cently announced to Mr. William II. Jarden.
Miss Margaret S. McAllister, of 1020 North
Eighteenth street, ufter a trip to Lake Cham
plaln and Montreal, has gone to Atlantic City,
to remain until November.
Mr. und Mrs. M. Augustus Lcngcrt and their
daughter. Miss Llda F. Lngert. who opened
thrir Capo May cottago early In May, will
remain at the shoic until late lu November.
They arc thinking of keeping their Diamond
street house closed and spending the winter
In Germnntown Instead of In town.
Mr. and .Mis. Thomas Hetzol and the lattcr'a
mother and sister, Mrs. James Whltecar and
Miss Blanche Whltecar. will return to their
town house, 2211 North Sixteenth street, late
In October. Thoy havo been spending six
months at their summer home at Colllngs-wood.
Miss Mary Hughes, who has been visiting her
sister, Mrs. John J. Gruber, at her apartments
ut Atlantic City, lias returned to her home, on
North Twentieth sticot.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolpli B. Hess, of 1921 Diamond
stroct, havo returned, after spending the sum
mer ut Atlantic City.
Tho Misses Drclfus, of 1329 Diamond street,
havo icturned from Atlantic City after spending
tho summer at their Pacific uvenuo cottago.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Landls Detwiler and their
&on-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. ltlch.
ard U. Ocllcrs. havo closed their cottage at
Chelsea and aio occupying their city home,
1917 North Twelfth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Smith, accompanied
by their daughters, Miss Mary Smith and Miss
Margrctta Smith, of 1513 North Twelfth street,
luivp returned from an alt-summer stay at
Mli"s NVIIlo McKcan. of Mnsoii City, lown,
who has been touring through New England,
arrived in this city today and will be the guost
for a week of Mrs. Chester Hopkins, of 20J
nocholle avenue, Wissahlckon.
Alexander Given nnd his daughter, Mis.i Fan
nie Given, of Lyceum avenue, closed their sum
mer home In Ocean City and returned to their
winter residence on Tuesday.
Mrs. Gcorgo Wlckcrfham, of 302 Bochclle ave
nue, Wissahlckon, has Bono to Somers Point,
whero sho will bo the guest of Mrs. Hannah
Uayday. Several entertainments have been ar
ranged In her honor.
Mrs. Ella Eucock and her daughter, Miss
Bucock, have returned to their home on
rtochello avenue, after spending tho summer at
Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Hays, of Lyceum ave
nue, have returned from an all summer's stay
nt Eagle's Merc.
Mrs. Sarah Meger, of Pittsburgh. Is visiting
Mrs. Frederick Whitney, of Rochellc avenue.
Mrs. Charles Straub, of Ridge avenue, who
spent the summer in Europe, arrived homo on
Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Simpson and family havo
returned to their winter resldcnco on Green
lane, after passing tho season at their Ocean
Mrs. William Snear and her daughters, Mrs.
Seville Yarnall, Mrs. Harry Krohn, Jr.. and
Mrs. Jacob Grow, are spondlng several weeks
touring through tho New Englnnd States.
Dr. and Mrs. EH G. Beary have returned
from a tour of tho Great Lake region.
Mrs. Christian Clegg, formerly of Roxbor
ough, will make her future home lu Wlldwood.
Mrs. Clegg was Mlsa Mary Robinson, daughter
of John Robinson, of Ridge and Levcrington
EARLY LOVE A FROST
BLIGHTS WOMEN'S LIVES
The marriage of Miss Helen S5ane, daughter
of M and Mrs. Anthony Munis Zane, of 2.'d
and Tioga streets, and Harold MacGlbbon, of
Santa Pc, Nuw Mexico, will tako place in No
vember. Mrs. AVIlllam Shannon, of 2123 West Erie
uvenuo, has returned from Ocean City, where
she wa3 the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Ellwood
Wick, at her summer home.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel GrofT, who have been
spending a fortnight In Maryland, havo vo.
turned to their home, S3I7 North Sixteenth
Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Rowc. of 3315 North
21th street, havo returned to their winter re-I-denco
after spending tho season in Ardmore.
Mrs. Harry Rccs. of UK West Venango street,
has been spending thu early part of the weeh
In New York, wIicip sho was tho guest of
Mrs. Charles W. Perry
Mr. and Mr.i. Charles Smith Halgh, of Nrth
Wurnock street, who liavo been spending somo
time in London, havo sailed from Southampton
to South Africa, where they will remain scleral
Dr. and .Mrs. Charles H. Palmer, of 1211 West
Allegheny nenuc, with their son, Iroy Pul.
mer, and daughter, Miss Grace Pulmer, hao
returned from their cottugo in Ocean City, where
they spent tho wnimer.
Mis. Samuel T. Pox, who spent the season at
the Arlington, Ocean Grove, has returned to her
homo on Ontailo sticet, we8t of Eighteenth.
Mlbs .Mary Hnlderman, of Seventeenth and
Tioga stieets, has returned from Doylestown,
Mr- and Mrs. William Ross, of 3713 North
Seventh street, havo closed thdr country place
In Fort Washington and havo returned to their
Miss Beatrice Smith, of 1530 West Venango
street, has returned after spending three weeks
in Wlldwood, N. J.
Mrs. Simon Weil and her daughter, Miss
Edith Well, of North Broad street, have left
Atlantic City and have gone to Niagara Falls
and tho Thousand Islands.
Miss Helen Millard, of 3730 North Eighteenth
street, haa returned from a. week's visit In
Mrs. Jame.i Hilton ami her son, Stanford
Hilton, of 2127 West Ontario street, who liavo
been taking automobile trips every week-end,
have returned fiom May's Landing, N. J.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Hallowell, ot
1??.' Wet Tlogu street, hao returned from, a
10 duya' trip through Maryland und Virginia,
i'helr son ami Uaugl.tr-ln-l.iw, Mr and Mr
l Harold lliilMwil, are spending om- tlm
lu .Uijutu t'u
Mr and Mrs. William 11 Brehm. of 1S2J
West Tioga street, have returned from A'tlan
tic City, where they t pent the summer.
Mr and Mrs. B. Scott Bannister u visiting
NEWPORT, R. I., Sept. IS. Mrs. Arthur C.
James gave a dinner last night.
Count and Countess de San Esteban. who
have been visiting Mr and Mrs. M. M. van
Beurcn, aro at the Mucnchinger King.
Mrs. John Mayer, of Morrlstown, N. J who
has been occupying tho Armstead cottage,
will spend the wlntor here.
Mrs. Nelson Brown, of Philadelphia, oc
cupying one of tho Plnard cottages, will enter
tain Informally with a dinner today for tho
Russian Ambassador and Madame Bakhme
teff. Mr3. William B. Caporton and hor daughter,
Mls3 Marguerite Caporton, will return to Phil
adelphia on Saturday and Join Rear Admlrat
William B. Caporton before he assumes com
mand of tho cruiser squadron.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert It Cassatt will leave
for Philadelphia today.
Mr. und Mrs. Trancls I. Gowen end their
stay tomorrow, and return to Philadelphia,
NARRAGANSETT PIER. R. I., Sept. 13.-A
golf tournament was opened hero yestorday
between the AVomen's Golf Club of Watch Hill
and the Women's Golf Team of Narragansett,
on tho links of tho Point Judith Country Club.
Tho Narragansett team won by throe points.
A return match will be played at Watch Hill.
Mrs, E. W. Mason Plizenmayer gave a
bridge Pty. followed by tea. nt her villa
on Central street. Among tho guests were Mrs. '
Newton Hutchinson, Mr.". E. W. Robinson, Mrs.
H. Frederick Taylor. Mrs. Walter Richmond.
Don't Fall in Love or Marry Early,
Advises Peggy Wood, Operetta Prima
Donna at 22, Who Has Never, Never
Been in Love.
A winsome maid, a demurs, a pretty maid
a maid with cheeks ns lustrous as the roseato
shells of tho sea, with provocative oh, tan.
tallzing lips, laughing, dancing, mischievous
eyes and riotously curling brown hair. A maid
In shlmmery gray, pink roses In her bodice,
wearing a coquettish gray bonnet with pink
roses on't. Captivating, fascinating only 221
And never In lovel
"Really truly," declared Peggy Wood, the
star of "Adele," that charming French oper
etta playing at tho Garrick. "I've never, never
been in love. I don't want to fall In love. And
I won't fall In love. There! You see. I have
serious ideas on the matter of jrirls falling In
love. It's u bad thins to do, :i very, very bad
thing! Why, the troublo with tno.t women
the reason they novcr develop any personality,
or assert themselves in life, or create a career
is Just this. They let themselves fall In lovo
too soon. Why, love to a very young girl is !
like a frost It destroys all the promising buds
Miss Woods la perhaps tho youngest prima
donna of musical comedy In this country, and,
while only 22, has played in "Naughty Mari
etta," "Tho Lady and tho Slipper," "Tho Mad
cap Duchess" and other successes. Miss Woods,
tho daughter of Eugene Woods, tho celebrated
novelist, is as unique in her never having had
a romance as she Is beautiful, enchanting. It
was In her dressing room last evening. She
had just finished making up for her part. Not
that she needed much make-up Indeed, no. for
her complexion Is clear as the dawn, radlunt,
rosy. Gently sho patted her face with a powder
puff, here and there. Out on the .stage Wll
muth Merkyl was singing the opening number;
outsido of Miss Woods' dressing room, hang
ing with fiouncy .spangled things and redolent
of subtle perfume, the "cast" moved to and
fro. Miss Woods rose, and her maid French
Algerian In Louisiana disguise gave the tin.
lshlng touches to her dress. Her aunt. Miss
Woods' companion and chaperone, solicitously
separated tho curls of her hair.
"I'm a serious person," declared Mifes Woods.
"I believe in a future for women, in their doing
great work in the world. I'm also a Socialist."
A cry whether of amazement or dismay
arose from lltho and lounging James Redmond,
who plays tho part of Robert Frlebur, in lovo
with "Adele." Mr. Redmond is an Englishman
with Mona Lisa hands.
"It's true!" Miss Woods' eyes flashed. "I'm
serious. Young women should absolutely not
permit themselves to fall In love. They should
let oung men fall In lovo with them oil, yes!
That's great fun! It gives experience! Girls
need xcperience! They should let all tho young
men fall In loe with them thoy can teubo
them, play with them, but hold them off and
study them. Ah. study them! Verily tho
proper study for womankind l.s man!"
Peggy Woods made an inimitable gesture.
"Peggy has always had theso ideas ever
sineo she was a child," interpolated her aunt.
"I assuru you sho is quite serious. Sho has
had many beaux many, indeed! But she has
kept herself quite remote."
"Surely!" exclaimed Miss Woods. "I let
them do all tho feeling and suffer emotions!
Isn't that wiso? It's what all girls should do!
If I were advising girls I'd tell them to flirt
and coquette and be just, well, absolutely as
mischievous as can be! And even study men!
They can use the knowledge they acquire to
advantage later. You see, I don't bellevo in
early marriage. Girls should wait until they
aro mature before they marry. And they
should create their career first.
"What happens when a girl lets herself fall
in love? She Just gets engrossed in a man
when sho should be concentrating on her own
development. She is carried away by gamut
of feeling and suffers and all that, and Is quite
cut up.' Then, too, her personality Is eruihed.
obliterated, by that of the man sho loves. Con
sider women who marry early the Spanish and
German women for example. What great
women havo emerged from Spain and Ger
manyvery few, cry few! l can think of
nunc! What have tho women dono in thseo
countries? Nothing. They are household chat
tela. They uro dominated by an arrogant hus
band who does what he pleases. As a class
perfectly grown mentally then let tho lrre
slstlbto will comet
"With tho evolution of womon nnd their de
mand for expression manifested In one phaeo
by tho suffrage movemont women arc becom
ing moro Intelligent In matters of romance.
They'ro not going to glvo thcmsclvea to silly
calf-love affairs and let their hearts bo dragged
In the dust. Nor nre they going to submergo
their personalities In early marrlngo. We'ro
getting away from tho Spanish-Gorman Idea,
thank heavens! Think of mo presiding over n
cook stove, tho laundry, preparing wclner
schnitzel for 'my man' and rearing a family of
children! A typical complacent 'frau'l Indo
pendence self-expression an Individual career
In tho life! That Is what all women should
strlvo frol Llvo fori Walt fori And for this
light lovo must go by.
"Which Is most Important, mnrrlarc or nn
artistic enrcer? To me, nn nrtlstlc rareerl
Success In my work means moro to mo than
marriage can, than being a. mother can I de
vote nil my attention, my heart nnd my snul
to my work, nnd the Increasing mastery of my
art Is tho most gratifying thing In life to me.
At my age I'd really bo afraid to mnrry
afraid of how I'd regard the man, or he me, n
few years later. Early morrlnge Is dangerous
perlloust As for murrlago Inter I'm not even
considering It! I've never been In love I re
peat I've no Intention of marrying. And f
don't want to mnrry! Of course," winsome
"Adele." smiled bcwltchlngly, "it Is proverbial
that women change their rrlnds."
"Miss Woods!" It was the call boy.
AID FOR ' SANTA CLAUS GIRL"
Hears She May Receive National Recognition of
Miss Olive May Wilson. Philadelphia
"Santa Claus Girl." whoso untiring efforts
iluritiK past holiday senpons has brought joy
nnd happiness to thousands of poor homes,
may shortly receive national recognition ind
assistance In hor work.
Returning yesterday from Washington Miss
Wilson told of an Interview with Postmaster
General Burleson, who Informed her that n
bill, providing franking privileges for Christ
mas packages, is to bo introduced in the Houso
of Representatives by Congressman A. Mitchell
Palmer. Though the bill may not be brought
up immediately It will not bo deferred very
long-, Mr. Burleson told the "Santa Claus Girl,"
at tho same thno promising her tho co-operation
of the department.
Nest Tuesday Miss Wilson will leave for
Boston, whero sho will call upon Governor
Walsh to enlist his aid In a tnree weeks' cam
paign for her work In Massachusetts and ad
PASTOR PRAYS FOR PEACE
Philadelphia Sunday School Association Hears
Prayers for tho speedy restoration of peaeo
throughout the world were offered lat night
at the annual convention of the Seventh Dis
trict, Philadelphia County Sunday School As
sociation, In Clmmbers-Wylle Memorial Pres
byterian Church. The prayer was offered by
tho pastor, tho Rev. Dr. John Grant Newman.
The Row J. M. Palmer, of OUvo Af rlcan,
MnthrtHIo rnl.nnnnl rL . I. ... .V- "E
.-..v..wi.,tj,. ..wtwii-u ...Muii-ii, ajjoitc on Tho
Sunday School's Text Book." and tho Rov.
A. di Demenlca. of the BantiKt f,vtii,,..-
House, told cf Sunday school work among tho
Italians. Exercises wero conducted by mem
bers of the Mariners' Baptist Bethel School,
under the direction of Gcorgo AW Friend.
AN OPINIONOF MARRIAGE
From the Now York Evening Post.
A maid who had been employed in th Bonner
homo for several ears took unto hcr.-elf a hux
b.ind and went to a nearby town to live Una
day about a month after tlie wedding sh. amj
to call on her former mistress, who sukl
"Well. Phoebe, I hope that you nio h.ippv in
your new home. How is your husband?"
To this the brldo of a month made rcpU
"Well, I reckon I'm happy t-nough. but ths
chimney In the kitchen don't draw none too
good, an' the water In the well is so biaJJh
I nln't never goin' to git used to it. As for m
husband, well, mu'am. If with him ;i- it i
with your man an' all the lost of Vm. i- iho
Lord had 'em to tuaku over ho could impi.na
somo on tho job. Ain't egKa turrlblo high "
From the Butfalo Commercial.
"Rudolph." cnid tho Judge, not unkindly,
"hero you are again, charged with drunktiinet-3.
AA'hat have you to say?"
"Judse," began the Teuton, "I tell im,. r
vas painting a house in de nord Hide by u homo
where dcr was a Freinh poodlo dog. !.n i
lady comes in and su s t da poodle ' m a
horc, Bismarck.' lien 1 "
"Discharged !" mand tin- Judgi-.
AM US E.M EM'S.
roMtnunu Prrfulliuii' from I ;., II I'
.... .'it... ,.- .ULI ,C, Itl. 1.,
Mrs. Henry Blane, Mrs. AValtcr Comstoek.
Mrs. Percy AVright, Mrs Henry Bowcn, Miss tlH?y Mae loit "" Personality. They ure ami
' .- ,in.- it e..i... ir ,,. a. .. :ihin riritilAe nam.Hi. ...mnI ... l.l....
i . tiiMtiuu ,. i-1 ue, .urs. uiuce unancller. Miss
Bush, Mrs. Ernest Wilkinson, Mrs. Byron S
AVntson, Mrs. Irving II, Chase, Miss Alice
Foster, Mrs. Harold K. Know ton, Miss Agnes
Mr. and Mrs. Paul . Mills, who spent the
summer at the pier, closed their villa today
and returned to Philadelphia
FRIENDS AT HADDONF1ELD
Quarterly Meeting Rrinss Out Expressions
Against European War.
The Haddonticld Quarterly Meeting ot
Friends met yesterday at Moorestown, N. J.
The business meeting was preceded by devo
tional exercises, In which Daniel Batehellor, of
Germantowu, sold that the war In Europe was
teaching a peace lesson which the world must
heed. Other messages were given by Mary
Brown. Ellwood Roberts. Kozlah AVilklns, Dr.
Franklin Haines, Alexander Thomson, of Ran
cocas, and Anna Templeton-Do Con.
The clerks of the business meeting wero
George Glllliigham and Sarah L. Albertson.
Thp. political aspect of the drink question was
Introduced by AVIlllam Cole, who urged the Im
portance of going to tho primary polls to nom
inate men who would support the national
prohibition amendmont. Irrespective of party
lines. This met with eneral approval. Among
ttu'e who took part In th discussion were
It Joshua Janney, of Riertun. Horace Bob-
ru and Pamel AViUcta, of Trenton.
Helena De Cou, one of the resident wurk-rs
of the Friends" Neighborhood Guild, at Fourth
and Orecn streets, told ot the need of mow
ablo drudges, negative, complacent, pitiful.
"c. Im it suffragist. I believe In the de
velopment of women and women's sharing In
the work of tho world. Falling in lovo early
and early marriage cannot but blight a wo.
man's future life. Young women should seek
self-expression in work or somo form of art.
They should let romance go by until they havo
succeeded and established themselves. Then
let them fall In love and marry if they want to.
After all, love Is a great tiling, and ono'a mi.
pretno expression In art conies after some ifr.it
emotional experience. But I want to dlstln-
gulsh between the callow calf love of life's
April nnd tho Intellent nad mature passion of
hum! After twenty-two!"
Miss AVoods was Interrupted. A French maid
"Georgia Caine's run out of her face enamel.
May we borrow yours?"
"Take It," commented Miss Wepds,' dusky
maid. "Strange how some folks teem to drink
Miss AVoods continued;
"Supposing I should have already married.
During tho past years I'e been developing!
Pe been four ears on tho stage. I've had to
study hard, and I've Improved as I worked.
I expect to ImproNO further. If I had mar
ried the man might have developed ahead of
me i nngnt nave developed ahead of the man
-oh. that quite possible' That would hue
I been terrible. Ait. that a what Invariably hap-
pens with too iailj marriages-then divorce'
, I beliee m marriage bciiig permanent. Ye
, one great lofo In a lifetime that only u worth
' while. It a worth waiting for. AVomen should
I cteel their hearts to all romance until thoy ure
MRS. LOUIS I AMES & CO
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