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EVENING IilDDaEB-PHrLADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1D1&
SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT
rns. t foster TiiuAiAH, or a wen
-Ellcna streot, will entertain a box
.party Saturdny afternoon In honor of
w littlo daughter, Miss Emma Thomas. Tho
cucsts will Include Miss Louise Celts, Miss
Allc0 Molse, Miss Iluth Umpstead, Miss Lucy
Tefferys, Miss Kntharlne Schwartz, Miss
Eleanor Morgan, Miss Martha Farnum, Miss
Israel Fnrnum, Miss Esther Thompson, Miss
Mario Dunham, Carpenter Doan, William
Bctts, Franklin Donn. William Brush. Mrs. J.
William Totter, and Mrs. Thomas wilt chap
erono the party.
Mr. and Airs. Mahlon Detts Paxson, of Over
brook, announco tho engagement of their
daughter, Miss Florence- Paxson, to Harold W.
Laird, of Germantown. No dato has been set
for tho wedding.
Mrs. Charles II. Howell, Miss Beatrice H.
Hon ell and Mrs. O. Frederick Jordan, who nr
motoring down from Malno, arrived In Lenox
jesterday. They expect to reach their homo
In Torresdaio cany noAi wmn,
The Misses Harrison Smith and II. Harrison
Smith havo returned to their homo at HOI South
41st street after spending tho summer at AVawa,
Mrs. W. C. Richardson, Miss Ellzaboth Rich
ardson and Cortland Richardson havo returned
from Eseox on Lako Champlaln and aro at tho
rectory of St. James Church, 2208 Walnut street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Walter Stool oponed their
town house, 2521 Tlno streot, yesterday, for thp
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. DoVaux, of Lansdowno,
will celebrate their silver wedding anniversary
Ihls Friday afternoon and evening, by a din
ner. Covers will bo laid for 25 guests.
Mrs. Bowling II. Harrison, of Baltimore Is
spending a fow weeks in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Stanton, of Lansdowno,
are being congratulated on tho birth of a son,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodes McGoodwln, who
have been visiting airs. McGoodwIn's parents
for tho past six weeks at Flat Rock, N. C,
returned to their homo at St. Martin's yester
day. Mr. and Mrs. J". T. Greenwood and the Misses
orcemvood, who havo been spending tho sum
jnrr at Lenox, left yesterday and will return
tn their homo hero by way of Now York.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
04EntmOOK Mrs. William F. Harrlty and
her daughters, Miss May Harrlty and Miss
Isabel Harrlty, who were In Brussels at tho
time tho war broke out, are at present In
Scotland. Mrs. Harrlty and hor daughters lost
their trunks and belongings In Brussels, where
they were obliged to flee for England. They
will sail for home, It Is expected, some tlmo
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Morlce, bf 6932
Overbrook avenue, will closo their Cape May
cottage next week and return to town.
MERION Mr. and Mrs. William P. Gcst, of
Hazelhurst avenue, returned Saturday from a
motor trip to Loon Lako In tho Adlrondacks.
Charles S, Farnum, of Latches lane. Is now
at the St. James, where he will spend tho
Mr. and Mrs. William Y. C. Anderson nnd
their children have returned to their home on
South llchland avenuo after a stay at Asbury
Park, N J.
WYis.NEWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Rob
erts and family, who spent tho summer nt
their cottage at Lako George, returned this
afternoon to Pen-y-Bryn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Clothier Jozies and their
son, C. Clothier Jones, Jr., have returned to
their homo on Kent road after a summer spent
ut their Chelsea cottage.
Alin.MOlin Mrs. George Inglls MacLeod, her
little twin son and daughter and hor sister,
Nlss Frances Twiggs, have returned from
Vrekapaug, R. I whore thoy occupied the
Toward Butcher's camp this summer.
Mrs. Thomas F. Hammond, who Is spending
t'veral weeks In Atlantic City, Is expected
home early In October. Mr. Hammond and
his daughter. Miss Edith Hammond, havo re
turned from Christmas Cove, Me.
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Mrs. Frederick W. Morris, Jr., of Valley
' irm, Wyncote. entertnlned yestorday nt a
all children's birthday patty In honor of
h son, Edward Starr Morris.
Ir. and Mrs. Isaac Tatnall Starr havo re-
ncd to their home In Wyncoto after spend
I : tho summer at their cottage at Watch Hill,
Mrs. Joseph S. Bunting, who 13 now nt Put
In Bay, O., will not return to her home on
Summit avenue, Jenklntown, until Friday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Miller Watts, Charles
Randolph Wood and J. Clifford Rosengnrten
will leave shortly for a three weeks' hunting
trip In the woods of Canada.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. T. Brock have re
turned to "Stnnley Farm," their homo in Ab
Ingtcu, after spending some tlmo nt Cape May.
Mr. and Mrs. Brock will remain at "Stanley
Farm" throughout the winter.
Mrs. Leigh Hunt Shrlgley, of Lenox road,
Jenklntown, is spending several days in Had
donfleld, N. J.
Sir. and Mrs. Joseph S. Loverlng, of Bethle
hem pike, who have spent tho season at James
town, R. I., will closo their summer homo to
moirow. Mr. Lovering will return to the city
at onco, and Mrs. Lovering will stop off in
New York for several days' shopping.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed Morgan, who havo been In
Switzerland all summer, are at present In
Hgurnemouth, England, and will sail for home
October 7. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan havo had
many Interesting experiences; they have as
sisted In feeding tho soldiers and been In the
thick of things generally.
Judge and Mrs. Edward A. Anderson and the
Misses Anderson have returned from Europe to
their homo In St. Martin's.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Seaver, of Mont
gomery avenue, have returned from spending
several weeks In Eaglesmere.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Swope, Jr., have closed
wtvir cottage In Longport and have returned to
their home, 7315 Crefcldt street.
The Hon. and Mrs. Samuel B. Scott, of 120
Highland avenue, are receiving congratulations
upon the birth of a daughter. Henrietta Scott.
Miss Josephine W. Neall, of Mermaid lane, is
at present tho guest of Mrs. W. Downing, of
Tarentum, I'lttebureh. Miss Neall's engage
ment to Alfred Phillips was announced last
MRS. JOHN W. CONVERSE
Mrs. Converse is always a prominent fig
ure at the various horse shows and race
meets. She appears in the smartest of
costumes, which generally combine most un
usual contrasts in the matter of color.
Mrs. William C. Cahall, of 154 West Chelten
avenue, whom sho frequently visits.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Darlington Wilkinson,
formerly of Germantown, aro at present In
Manila, P. I., nnd will leave shortly for China,
whero Mr. Wilkinson has business Interests.
Mrs. Wilkinson will bo remembered as Miss
Jane Burgees beforo her marrlago In June.
3Irs. Edward AV. Moore has roturncd from
Concord, Mass., where sho spent tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blspham Bowcn, of
Wnyno avenue and Johnson street, nrc on their
way homo from Bass Rocks, whero they spent
tho summer, and nro spending sovcral days In
William II. Scott and his two daughters, Miss
Helen Scott and Miss Dorothy Scott, have re
turned from Europo and nro spending a fow
days nt Spring Lake, X. J.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Tucker, Jr., havo
closed their cottago in Longport and have
opened their home In Queen Lane Manor.
Lieutenant William W. Smyth, of tho U. S. S.
Minnesota, will arrlvo In town the latter part
of this week from Old Point Comfort, whero
his ship has been at target practice.
Mr. and Mrs. Elllston Perot, of West School
houso iano, returned last week from Eagles
mere. They havo as their guests Dr. and Mrs.
Warren Walker. Mrs. Walker, before her
marrlago a few years ago, was Miss Helen
Perot. Tho Walkers havo a houso at 21G South
Mr. and Mrs. Rltncr IC. Walling, of 438 West
Schoolhouso lane, have returned from visiting
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Walling at their cottage
In Sensldo Park, X. J.
Mr. and Sirs. Edward A. Groves havo closed
their cottage In Atlantic City nnd havo opened
their house nt 502) Wayne avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M. Gllllngham and Miss
Helen Banks havo returned to their homo In
Greeno street from Monmouth, Me., whero they
have a camp.
returned to tho city this week, after having
spent tho summer at Atlantic City.
Miss Eleanor Hoban, who has been tho guest
of Miss May Frances Kelley In Cape May since
Septombor 1, has roturned to her homo nt 1603
South Broad street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Cunningham nnd Miss
Cunningham, of 202U South Eighteenth street,
havo roturned to town, having closed their
cottago nt Wlldwood, whero thoy Have been
entertaining during tho summer months.
A pretty wedding will tnko placo noxt Satur
day at 6 4). m. at Our Lady of Mercy Church,
Broad street nnd Susauehanna avenuo, when
Miss Marlon Genevieve Magulre, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Russell Magulre, of 2113
Ubcr place, will become tho brldo of Jamca
Downey Boyle, of Fredorlcksburg, Md.
Miss Magulro wilt ho attended by Miss Mar
garotte Magulre ns maid of honor. Her brides
maids will bo Miss Kalhryn Magulre, Miss
Gonevlevo Magulre, Miss Frances Magulre and
Miss Josephine Elscnmnn.
Mr. Boyle will havo Frank Boyle, of Balti
more, Md., for best man. Tho ushers will bo
Albert Boyle, of Bnltlmoroj Harry Boylo, of
Emmltsburg, Md.; Josoph B. Boylo, of Balti
more, and Sidney Sapplngton, of Fredericks
Josoph Bruco Boylo, Jr., will ho the ring
Tho wedding will bo followed by n reception
at the homo of tho bride's parents,
After their trip tho couplo will llvo at 20U
Calvert street, Baltimore, Md whero they will
bo at homo after October 15.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Potcrson, of 21.16 North
Stxteonth street, announce tho marrlago of
their daughter, Miss Ellen Peterson, and John
A. Harris, of Roxborough, Monday afternoon.
Tho ceremony was performed In tho Church
of tho Advocate, Eighteenth nnd Diamond
streets. After a trip to Now York, Mr. and Mrs
Harris will rosldo nt 472 Gerhard street, Rox
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hlpplo have closed
their cottago In Vontnor, N, J., and returned
to their home, 2115 North Nineteenth street.
Miss Augustine Johnson and William John
son Monkhouso have opened their homo nt 3333
North Nineteenth street, after spending tho
summer months at their summer placo near
Princeton, N. J.
Mrs. Catherine A. Cooper, accompanied by
her son, Stanley Cooper, will closo her Asbury
Park cottago about tho first of October, and
will return to her home, 1826 North Broad!
Harley and her cousin, Miss Miriam Ennla, as
bridesmaids. Her younger sisters, Miss Esther
Ennls and Miss Arllna Ennls, will be flower
The best man will bo the bridegroom
brother, Carl Doerlng. Tho bride's brother,
Percy Ennls, will be upher, Tho bride will wear
ft gown of heavy white satin, trimmed with
peart passementerie, Hor veil of tulle will bo
fastened with orange blossoms and sho wilt
rarry a shower of whlto orchids, Pink taffeta
gownw will ho worn by the bridesmaids. They
are made with the now long basquo and trim
med with lace. They will carry ami bouquots
of pink chrysanthemums. The flower girls will
wear dainty whlto lace slips ovor pink silk and
will carry baskets of pink chrysanthemums,
Tho ceremony will bo followed by a reception.
Pink chrysanthemums, palme and forns will
be used In the decorations. On their roturn
from a wedding Journey, tho couplo will reside
on Greene street, Germantown, nnd will bo at
homo aftor November 16.
Tho marriage of Miss Geraldlno Patterson
and William J. Jennings took placo today at
noon at tho home of tho brldo's parents, 4915
Walton nvonuo. Tho wedding was a very quiet
affair, only tho Jnomodlate families of tho bride
groom and brldo and a few Intimate friends
Miss Patterson had her sister, Mrs. Crawford
Karnes, an matron of honor, and Mr. Jennings
was attended by Edward Murphy as best man.
Tho ceremony wan performed by tho Rov.
Father Crano, rector of the Church of St.
Frnncls do Sales. A smalt reception followed
Mr. and Mrs. George P. AdamBon announco
tho marrlago of their sister, MlBs Ruth Potter
Abel, to Ralmund T. Guernsey, eon of Dr.
Joseph C. Guernsey, of this city, which took
place today nt noon In tho College Hill Pres
byterian Church, Easton, Pa. Only tho Imme
diato families attended the ceremony.
MISS MARGARET ANGLIN
Beautiful, statuesque, to appear next week
at the Broad.
nor, his son, Georgo D, Widener, Jr., and Mr.
and Mrs. Fltz-Eugone Dixon on board.
Mrs. Alexander J. Cassatt and Miss Lois B.
Cassatt will return to Philadelphia tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco W. Dolan nnd family
returned to Rosemont, Pa., today.
Mrs. William II. Brietow arrived from New
York today to escape tho heat and Dr. and
Mrs. Richard V. Mattlaon, who closed their
season hero Inst week, returned from Ambler,
Pa., for tho samo reason.
Mrs. D. Eloise Brownell nnd her daughter,
Miss Kathryn Brownell, of 4515 Chester avenue,
spent the paat week-end as tho guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. 'Warwick Jamrs Price at Avalon.
Mrs. Christopher A. Bergen and Mis,s Agnes
Bergen, of the Warrington, who havo been
touring part of tho summer with Mrs. Bergen's
slater, Mrs. Thomas J. Barger. returned last
week from Atlantic City.
Doctor nnd Mrs. William C. Hughes nnd
daughters, who havo been abroad all summer,
are expected homo tho last of this month.
Mrs. Oscar F. West. Miss Frances D. West
nnd Miss Adelo Bartram Went havo returned
from a trip through Canada and the Lako
region and are occupying their home. 2G Ches
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bartholomew, of 1312
South 63. streot, havo been entertaining Mr.
Bat tholomcw'a sister from tho West.
Mis. Charles D. Boylo and her daughter. Miss
LouUe Boyle, of 4213 Regent square, nro visit
ing Judgo Moscr in ShamoMn.
Mrs. Walter Wallace, of 3720 Chestnut 'street,
and Mrs. John C. Hancock, of 372.' Chestnut
street, who havo been spending beveral weeks
nt Barncgat. returned to their homes this week
Miss Ethel P. Dohcrty has returned to her
home, 4W5 Walton avenue, after spending sev
crnl weeks In the Berkshire Hills.
Mr. and Mrs. John Willing and Miss Dorothy
Willing havo returned to their home, 352!) W'al
nut street, from Lake Placid club, Essex
County, N. Y,
Miss Edna Muonch, of 3732 North Carllslo
street, gavo a luncheon on Saturday for tho
members of tho Sigma Beta Phi Sorority. Fall
flowers and forns formed the decorations. Her
guests were: Miss Helen Brown, Mrs. An
thony Callahan, Miss Helen Huff, Miss Martha
Lupton, Miss Helen Millard, Miss Kathryn En
nls, Miss Emily MacBurnoy, Miss Louise Ruck
deschcll and Miss Gertrude Lee.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McCord Weir, of 3410
North Seventeenth street, havo returned home
after 6pcndlng tho season in Ocean City. They
were accompanied by their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William K. Donaldson,
of 502k North Marvlno street.
Miss Edith Sharp has returned from a fort
night's stay In the Pocono Mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dowler, of 2123 West
Ontario street, have returned from Atlantic
Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Fulmer, of 1211 Weat
Allegheny avenuo, with their son and daugh
ter, Leroy Fulmer and Miss Grace Fulmer,
have returned from Ocean City, whero thoy
have their summer homo.
Miss Nelllo N. Dyson entertained a party of
friends last Saturday evening, September 13,
at her home on Park avenue, Oak Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hersteln and their
daughter. Miss Marian Hersteln, of 324S North
Broad street, havo closed their cottago Jr.
Chelsea and havo returned to their winter
Mrs. William Grimm, of 1S0S West Ontario
street, returned home today after spondlng tho
summer In Asbury Park.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cornelius McGllllcuddy have
closed their Germantown house, where they
passed the summer, and have returned to their
winter home on West Ontario streot.
Mr. and Mrs. Tottomer and their daughters.
Miss Tlielma Tettcmer and Miss Lucena Tet
temer. of 332S North Park avenue, have re
turned from Boyertown.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Kamp, of Rochester.
X. Y are the guests of Sirs. Kamps" parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. James Ashton Lee, of 352S North
Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Burk havo closed their
cottago at Ventnor and are occupying their
town house, 3251 North Broad street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William M. Ross, of 3718 North
Seventh street, have closed their country place
In Fort Washington nnd have returned to
their winter home.
Mrs. E. H. Brown, of Centrevllle, Md., an
nounccs the engagement of her daughter, MUa
Beisle Brown, to Henrv n.v. nt Tr
Texas. MUs Brown la the uleco of Dr. and
Prof, and Mrs. William A. Davis wI entor
taln nt luncheon today at their home, 2011
South Eighteenth street. Covers will bo laid
for 13 guests.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Callahan and family, of I61S
South Btoad street, havo closed their cottage
at Sea Isle anl roturnod to town.
Miss Jano Roe and Miss Chrlatlno Roe, who
havo spent the last month with friends at
Atlantic City, have returned to thoir home
1812 Mifflin street.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Furey. who havo owm
entertaining extensively during the summer
months In their cottage at Wlldwood. have
returned to their home. 2501 South Cleveland
Mrs. Gallagher, of ISO! South Broad street.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Slckler, of 4H Cooper
street, will motor up from their summer homo
at Tenth and Ocean avenues, Ocean City, next
Miss Dorothy Devclln. of 318 Penn streot, who
enteitalned largely at her summer homo on
Barnrgat Bay, roturncd to college at Swarth
Miss Kntherlno Archer, of Sixth nnd Linden
streets, has gono to Southampton, Mass., to
enter Smith College
Mrs. William B. Wood, of 310 Penn street,
and her (laughter. Mrs. S. F. Glenn, of 32J
Cooper street, have closed their Ventnor cot
tage nnd aro now In their Camdon homes.
Dr. nnd Mrs. S. Bryan Smith, of Covo road
nnd EnM Mnplo avenue. Mrrchantvllle, havo
been enjoying n trip In and about Boston.
The marrlago of Mls3 Margarita, Batdy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, M. Dlmmlck Bahly,
and Spencer E. Butterworth v,M (Hko place
this afternoon nt 4 o'clock In Grace Church,
Mt. Airy. Tho wedding will be a very quiet
affair, ns nn invitations havo been Issued, Miss
Balily will be attended by her slater, Miss
Kntharlne llaldy. who will act ns maid of
Mr. Butterworth will hivo his brother. C.
Melcher Butterworth, ns boat man. The cere
mony will bo performed by the RoV. Thomas
Starko Cllne. rector of the church, nnd will be
followed by a small reception for the members
of tho Immediate fttmllles ut tho home of the
bride's parents. 308 Gowen avenue, Chestnut
STAG DINNER AT RADNOR
Will Entertain Largo Gathering of Prominent
Fox Hunting Men There Tonight.
Probably the moot notable gathering of horse
men and fox hunters over assembled In this
country will take placo nt tho Radnor Hunt
Club this evening, at tho dinner to be given by
the directors of tho Bryn Mawr Horse nnd
Hound Show. Tho affair will bo given In honor
of tho many prominent men from other cltlci
who aro attending tho show fh progress at
Among tho guests from out of town will bo
Fletcher Harper, of Mlllbrook, X. Y.J E. Von
dor Horst Koch, F. S. Von Stado, Foshell P.
Koene, Georgo B. Hulmo, Frederick K. Stur-
g!fl, Charles L. Apploton and Reginald C. Van
derbllt, of Now York; Dr. A. C. Heffcnger, of
Portsmouth, N. H.; Harry O. Xlcholas, of
Mcadowbrook, L. I.; James W. Appleton, of
Myopia, Mass.; Richard McGrann, of Lancas
ter; James K. Maddux, of Warrenton, Va.;
John Cowen and Elliot Cowden, of Long
Island; Eugene Levering, of Baltimore; Henry
W. Whitfield, of Tuxedo, N. Y.; Walter Mc
Clure, of Rumson, N. J.; Lewis E. Waring, of
Plalnfleld, N. J., and W. L. Herbert, chairman
of the National Polo Association, of New York.
A number of masters of fox hound packs of
other States will be present, including Henry
V. Colt, of Geneseo, N. Y.; Henry Hlgglnson,
Middlesex Hunt, of Boston; W. TV. Lanahan,
Elkrldge Hunt, Maryland; nedmond C. Stew
art, of Green Spring- Valley Hunt Club; J. B.
1 nomas, i-icumont, Va.; Robert L. Gerry,
Orange .County Hunt, Virginia; Windsor T.
White, Chagrin Valley Hunt, Cleveland, O.;
Benjamin Brewster, Joint master of the Green
Spring Valley Hunt; Grafton Pyne, Essex
County Drag Hounds; D. Sands, Piedmont, Va.
Masters of local fox hound packs who will
be at the dinner will bo Charles E. Mather,
Brandywlne; M. R. Jackson, Rose Tree; TV. J.
Clothier, Pickering; Horace Hare, Radnor:
John J. Gheen, West Chester; TV. Plunket
Stewnrt. Cheshire Fox Hounds; John R. Val
entine, Harford County Hounds; J. C. Lolper.
Whltemarah; Samuel D. Riddle, Mr. Riddle's
Other local men who will attend will be
Thomas Cndwalader, John TV. Converse, Alex
ander Brown, W. Hlnckle Smith. TV. TV. Jus
tice. J. Stanley Reeve, Herbert Lloyd, R. Penn
Smith, Jr., TV. F. Ellis, Joseph E. Widener.
Harry W. Harrison, Clarenco Clark, 3d, S.
Lurmun Stewart, Dr. Charles Doan, Walter
Jeftords, David B. Sharpo, Edward F. Bcale,
Chailcs E. Coxe, Taylor Townsend, TV. Frns!
ler Harrison, Howard H. Henry, William Kerr
and Victor C. Mather.
MODERN HOTEL IN ASIA
American Equipment in Hostelry Erected at
Cost of $100,000
Tho opening of tho new Yamato Hotel at
Dalny (announced In Dally Consular and Trado
Reports for July 18, 1914) marks tho completion
of one of tho finest hostelrles In tho Tar East.
It was built by the South Manchuria Railway
at a cost of $480,000 gold, la four stories high,
has 83 bedrooms. 53 bathrooms, and Is equipped
with 2000 electric lamps.
Much of the material and equipment for tho
hotel came from tho United States, Including
400 tons of structural steel, Otis elevators, hy
drants, telephones nnd motor fans. From Japan
camo 10,000 cubic feet of granite and 600 tons
of marble. The floor tiles for the hotel were
bought in England and Germany, the revolving
front door In England, the heating apparatus
In Germany and tho furniture from Japan,
England and Shanghai. Heating arrangements
comprise hot air, hot water and steam-heating
systems. Ventilation is carried on throughout
tho building by mechanical means. 1
It Is doubtful If the hotel will pay for somo
years, but travelers through this part of China
will find in Dalny an up-to-dato hostelry.
CHEAP BOARD FOR MULES
Lima Liverymen Charge Less Than -18 Cents
In Lima and Callao liverymen who make a
business of feeding mules charge O.CO to 1 libra
($0.20 to $0.4S) per animal per day. TVhen tho
owner boards his own animal, the cost of tho
feed Is about half this price and Includes about
IB pounds of "afrocho" (bran), for 0.30 libra
(about 15 cents), and 10 bundles of alfalfa, for
0 20 libra (about 10 cents). The cost of keeping
a horso or mule outside the city limits or In
the public pastures Is 0.30 libra (about 15 cents)
eacli unlmnl per day when the grass or alfalfa
Is green, nnd 0 15 libra (about 8 cents) when
they are fed on dried alfalfa.
As of comparative Interest, tho price at which
motor gasoline was sold here during nil of 1312
nnd 1013. as well ns at present, is stated to bo
.10 ior 10 gallons.
ADELPHI "Tho Revolt," by Edward Locke,
starring Helen Ware. Driven desperate, A
neglected wife seeks tho gaiety enjoyed as a
prerogative by her husband but comes home
ero 'tis too lato.
BROAD "Drugged," melodrama by Owen Da
vis, with John Mason as railroad magnate
with a penitentiary past As like real life aa
tho novels of Harold Boll Wright, but more
thrilling than actual life, oven under approxi
CHESTNUT STREET OPERA HOUSE "CA
hlrla," moving-picture drama, by Gabrlello
D'Annunalo, of tho third contury B. C, A
truly marvelous feat on the reel, with ft con
vincing volcanic eruption.
FORREST "Zlegfeld Follies," ft potpourri of
songs, Jokes and spectacular effects! enter
taining without consuming brain-phosphorus,
OARR1CK "Adele," French operetta, with cap
tivating music. Reversals In love, with n
husband falling In love with hla wife.
KEITH'S Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon Castle In their
WALNUT "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm," by
Kate Douglas Wlggln. Return of this popu
lar, unpretentious but appealing play.
FLASHES FROM STARS
Miss Maud Adams had once to play the part
of a woman who protends to bo Intoxicated.
In her autobiography, Miss Adams' mother
tells of the Incident.
"Critics marveled at Maud's interpretation.
I remember thnt they said sho was tho only
actress who had been able to play the part
of a supposedly Inebriated woman without ap
pearing vulgar and disgusting to refined audi
tors. That finish was duo partly to Maud'
Innate refinement nnd partly to tho Ano line
she drew In tho part.
" 'I couldn't get tipsy to do It, because I am
not supposed to bo tipsy,' she said. 'Yet I must
act It so well that the audience, knowing I
have not been drinking, must still realize that
my pretense In so well done that It will con-'
vtneo my husband that I have been drinking;
It is betwixt and between.'
"That's what sho worked to gain. She prac
ticed hours before her mirror In her room un
til fche had perfected It so that It alone would
havo carried the scene through.
"It was a difficult part for a young. Inexperi
enced girl, but I will say this: even If Maud
were tipsy herself she'd be reflnod about It."
Miss Adams returned to New York lost week
from her home in the CntskillB, whero aha was
renting, and has begun rehearsals for her com
ing pcason, which will be one of the longest sho
has ever undertaken In point of time consumed
and cities visited. In Philadelphia Miss Adams
will present J. M. Barrio's "The Legend of Leo
nora." She will reach Sun Francisco In time
to give tho play during the Panama Exposition.
Ethel Barrymore tells a Joke of her father's,
one of the handsomest men the stage has ever
known, but one who would stay out quite late
at night sometimes. He adored his wife, and
liked to tense her. Ho would go home and ring
"Is that you, Barry?" Mrs. Barrymore would
"Yes, whom did you expect?" Barrymore
Miss Barrymore will not devote this Benson
entirely to vaudeville, but early In December
will nppear in a new play, "Tho Shadow," ty '5-1
"anu iiicuucmi anu .uicnaei Jionon, tne nuih-
ors of "The Prodigal Husband." Miss Barry
more will give the play for the first time on
any stage under the direction of Charles Froh
mnn. "The Shadow" Is In three acts. It was to
have been presented In Paris this month by
Mine. Rcjane, but the production was called
oft on account of the war.
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Miss Beulah Larkln, of Walnut street, Is en
tertaining her sister, Mrs. Henry Palmer, of
Van Cuba, Del.
Mrs. M. C. Black nnd her daughter, Mlas
Anna Black, have returned to their home on
Mudlson stieet. after spending several weeks
nt Atlantic City.
Charles Mason, of West Second street, Is vis
iting friends at Elkton, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCulIen have returned
to their home at Wllllamsport. after being en
tertained for two weeks by Mr. McCulien's par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph McCulIen, of East
Miss Isabella Blackburn, of West Second
stieet, Is enjoying a two weeks' visit In Rising
Mrs. John Dunlon. of East Broad street. Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Margaret MoJntyre.
at Wostvllle. x. J.
Donald Miller, of South Manchester, Conn.,
and Hutton McF.trland, of Houston. Tax., are
tho guests of Richard W. Norman, at Prospect
The marrlago of Miss Loretta Maria Ennls,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wllgus A. Emits, of
UUI North Uouvler street, and Albert Lindsay
Doerlng will take place tonight at the Roose
velt. The ceremony will be perfoimed by the
Rev. John Wiley Francis, iastor of the Oxford
Presbyterian Church, Broad and Oxford streets.
Tho bride, who will ba given In marriage by
her father, will be attended by Miss Martha
LENOX, Mass., Sept. 23.-Mr. nnd Mrs.
James McCrea will arrlvo on Thursday, to bq
the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs, Thomas Shields
Clarke at Fernbrook. On Friday Mr. and Mrs.
Clarke will give a luncheon for tho entertain,
roent of their guests.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Greenwood and the .Misses
Greenwood have left for Philadelphia
Mr. and Mrs. NewboUJ Morris wU give a
laige dance at Brookhurst on Friday night.
NEWPORT, R. I.. Sept. 23.-Dr. am) Mrs.
Roderick Terry entertained tonight at Linden
Gate, with a dinner and, later, with ft muslcale
In honor of their 39th wedding anniversary.
Miss Julia Berwlnd and Miss Margaret Dun.
lap. of Philadelphia, who are returning tomor
row on tho steamship Olympic from Europe,
will come to Newport to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward J. Berwlnd, who will remain until late
With her cabins decorated by many of the
flowers sent by the members of the summer
colony, the team yacht Josephine sailed for
Philadelphia today with Mrs. George D. Wlde-
Comedy prevails on tho bill for tho flr.st half
of tho week at tho Knickerbocker Theatre, To
be sure, Edward Clark, In his feature act. In
troduces enough pathos In his work nt times to
make it somewhat an exception to the general
statement. But tho surrounding acts are
frankly designed from start to finish for laugh
ing purposes, and attain their end with a high
degree of success.
To a piano accompaniment Clark gives a
number of extremely clever character Imper
sonations, ranging from that of a Broadway
chorus girl to n pathetic sketch of a homeless
street uichln. Tho act Is novel.
Barnes and Robinson, In a plano-slnglng con
coction, keep thu audience in galce of laughter
from their entrnnco to exit. Thero aro scores
of teams In vaudovlllo doing acts of the same
chnrncter, but this couple are abovo tho aver
age. Viola du Val has a good voice, also a bad
cold, nnd had to cut her turn bhort, Georgo
Richards and company romp nt high farical
speed through n ketch. The Casadoes, as
comedy tumblertj and acrobats, show new
ideas, and tho Macks proo ingenious If rather
Edmund Breeso is a chicken fancier. He has
a farm near TVestport, Conn., and on It he
maintains 600 hens. The other day he Jogged
over to George Bowles' place and said:
"George, I wish you'd take a look at my hens.
They'ro nil black in the face and they have
Mr. Bowles went to the Breese poultry estate
nnd looked several of tho hens squarely tn the
"What have you been feeding these hens?" he
"Boiled beets." replied Mr. Breese.
"Ah ha! That's the answer." came from
Georgo Sleuth Bowles. "They've got beet Juice
on their countenance."
"Well, why don't they lay?" asked Mr. Breese.
"Merely because they're afraid they'll lay
beaten eggs," was th reply.
Louise Randolph smilingly confirmed his tale
of her the other day:
Sho was In her dressdng-room preparing to go
on. when the call boy announced that she was
wanted at the telephone,
"I can't go now." she replied, "take the mes
sage." The boy roturned shortly, slightly embar
"You had betfr come. Miss Randolph, he
said, "It's your daughter, nnd she wants to give
you a kiss over the 'phone."
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