Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 24, 1914, Night Extra, Page 9, Image 9

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MHP. THOMAS G, ASHTON will give a
luncheon tomorrow at her country scat,
Itcdleufi Wynnewood, to btt followed by a box
liarty nt tho horso show, In honor of her de
butante nloco, Miss Emma Asliton Dorr. Tho
guests will lit from the debutants set.
Mr. and Mis. Ueauveau Borle, Jr., and Miss
i'attlo Uorle, who have been abroad all sum
mer, aro now on their way home on board the
Jlauictnnla, which Is expected to arrive In New
York today or tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. Borle
wcio on tho Continent when tho war broke out
and left Immediately for England, whero they
bao been awaiting departure. After their re
turn they will go directly to Ablngton to bo
tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bcauveau Borle, Sr,
Mrs. Samuel Kredcrlo Houston will Introduce
her daughter, Miss Charlotto Harding Drown,
nl her home, Urulm Molr, Chestnut Hill, the
afternoon of November 27, at a dancing tea.
Miss Brown Is tho daughter of the late Charles
Wardcll Brown, of Mount Holly, N. J., a de
scendant of Blclmrd Stockton, of Morvon. Al
though the homo of her forebears has boen for
moro than 200 years In Burlington County, sho
Is closely connected through her father with
old Philadelphia, being a great great grand
daughter of Sir Francis Bowes, a Judgo of
Colonial fame, and a great grandnleco of (Jen
eial Joseph Reed, president of the Supremo
Council of Pennsylvania.
Mrs Henry Hobart Brown will Introduco Miss
Hope McMlchael at a large dancing tea which
will be given at tho Bltz-Carlton tho afternoon
of December 7. Mrs. Brown wilt chaperono
Miss McMlchael during the winter.
Miss Helen Audonricd, of this city, who has
been spending some time In Lenox this sum
mer, entertained at dinner last night. Her
guests Included Mrs. Charles II. Howell, Miss
Beatrice- II. Howell, Mr. and Mrs. William Fit
ler, Miss Helen Coates and Miss Irene Cramp,
of this city.
Friends of Newbold Hutchinson, son of Mr.
and airs. John P. Hutchinson, will regret to
learn that ho Is 111 with typhoid fever at
Cloverdale, his home In Georgetown, N. J.
Mr. nncl Mrs. nodman E. Grlscom havo re
turned to Dolobran, their home In Haverford,
after spending the summer at Watch Hill.
-Mrs. Blchard Y. Cook and Miss Nancy
Wynne Cook are staying at Jefferson, N. H.,
whero they will remain until tho beginning of
next month. Mr. Cook left yeeterday for his
homo In Lansdowne.
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-Mr. and Mrs. Bobert Kelso Cassatt will give
a small dinner dance tonight at tho Rabbit
Among tho guests will be persons from New
York and other cities who are here for tho
horse show which Is now going on at Bryn
Mrs. Waller II. Bryant and her daughter.
Miss Eleanor Bryant, who are motoring
through New England, are stopping for a
fow days In Lenox. Miss Bryant will be a
debutante of this season.
Mrs. J. Hicks Conrad and Miss Jean Conrad,
of 20M Chestnut street, have returned from
Chelsea, wheto they spent the summer.
Mrs, J, Nelson Purvlance, of 240 West School-
houso lane, had us her guests nt Stonhelm last
night, before tho regular weekly dance, Mr.
and Mrs. H. Evan Taylor and Roland Foulke.
A number of persons socially prominent
aro much interested in the St. Francis
Homo for Convalescents at Lansdowne, and It
has been decided to hold a Country Fair and
Market Day on Saturday, October 3, from
morning until night on the grounds.
Tho homo was started a little over a year
ago and has already accomplished a great
Rork. Over COO patients were cared for this
summer. Tho property on which the house
stands was originally the Lansdowne Country
Club. Amontr those who are Interested in the
affair aro Miss Frances L. Sullvan and Miss
Lt.a Llvlngbton Sullivan. Miss Emllle M. M.
Bivlnus. Miss Mary M. Bivlnus. Miss Mary
L Slnnott. Miss Matilda L. Jenkins, Mrs. James
Miindy, Mis. M. Mc.MIchen, Miss Jean Row
land Levin, Miss Agnes R. Levis, Mrs. Francis
Patteison, Mica Gcitrude Fettcrman and very
Jinny others.
Miss Mather may be always counted upon
as an enthusiastic promoter of outdoor
sports. She is a great lover of horses and
usually exhibits at the various shows.
Adlrondacks, havo opened their house, Roberts
and Wlster roads. Mrs. Durant returned this
afternoon from a short trip to Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Mcllvalno, Jr., have
closed their summer residence at Watch Hill,
R. I and are now at Pine Hill.
WYNNEWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Frederick S.
Koons have returned home after a month's stay
In Chelsea.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Llttell White, who with
their children spent the greater part of the
summer at Cape May, aro back In Wynnewood
again. Mrs. White Is an Interested visitor at
the Horse Show each day.
Mrs. Charles A. Watorall and her four chil
dren have returned to their Pcnn road house
after a visit to Chelsea.
Mr. and Sirs. P. AVilliamson Roberts, who
have been spending the summer In York Har
bor, closed their house yesterday and will
return to town by motor, reaching here Sat
uiday. They will occupy the Craig Blddlo
house nt 1713 Locust street for the winter.
The Roberts aro building a new house on tho
"M Gurrett property, which they purchased
Inst year. It is expected that tho house will
bo ready for occupancy about next May.
Mr. nml Mis. Wllll'.tn If. Horstmomi, who
spent July cruising wiih Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Llpplncott, on their yacht Lady Betty, have
returned from Northeast Harbor. Me., where
thfiy woro visiting their daughter and son-ln-law.
Or. and Mrs. Frederick Fraley. Dr. and
Mrs. Frit ley will rlose Halcyon Monday, and
lll bpend two veks with Mr. and Mrs.
Horstman nt Nomynden. Overbrook.
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Reginald Allen will re
turn Saturday from Lake George, where they
have spent tho summer.
Miss Placid Vogt Is at present the guest of
her brother-in-law nnd sister, Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Norrls.
Dr. C. If. Harbaugh, of this city. Is staying
In White Sulphur Springs, W. Va for a few
Tho Neighbors' Club, a prominent social
organization of Lansdowne. Pa., met at the
homo of Dr. O. Victor Janvier, on Runnemedo
nvenue, Tuesday night. Muslo formed a part
of the program. About 30 members attended,
Mtnio.N-Mr. and Sirs. B. F. Blake returned
yestenlay to their home on South Highland
nvenuo after a thne week's visit to Atlantic
Mrs. Waller W. Haitel. of Wynnewood and
l nlon avenues, who recently underwent an
opetatlon, is convalescing, and Is expected home
the second week Jn October.
NAnntltril-Mr. and Mrs. George Jf. Coles
worthy, of lona avenue, will be among the
guests at tho house party to be given over this
week-end by Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Jacoby
t their Capo May cottage.
Mr. and Mis. Jacoby, who have opened their
cottago several times this summer for a two
or three weeks' stay nt Cape May, will return
to Nui berth tho first week In October.
Mr- and Mrs. J. Howard Wilson and Mln
Elizabeth Louise Wilson have opened their
home at the lorner of Chestnut and Narberth
avenues, after a summer spent at Kennebunk
port. Me,
HDJioHE-Mr. and Mrs. F. Clark Durant, Jr.,
Mrs. J. Milton Colton, of Wyndhurst, Jcnkln
town, has as her guests her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Hand, of
Wllkcs-Barre. Mrs. Hand will bo remembered
as Sites Margaret Colton.
Mr. and Sirs. Daniel B. Wentz have returned
to Tho Orchard, their home In Wyncote, after
spending some time at Eagle's Sfcre, Pa.
SIlss Slary Holm Dein has icturned to her
home In Jenklntown, after spending two years
In Berlin.
Stlss Susan Rldgway has icturned from Bush
kill, Pa., and Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Sumner H. Cross, at hor home on York load.
Sir. and Sirs. Henry Edward Drayton, who
spent tho summer In Rockport, SIoss., aro at
their home, the Cedars, In Pcnllyn, for the
winter. Sirs. Drayton, Jr.'s, niece, SIlss Anna
SI. Hecksher, will be among the debutantes
of tho season. ,
Sir. and Sirs. Edwnrd B. Smith will move
Into town from their place In Gwynedd Valley
about the first of November.
Mr. and Sirs. Georgo W. Norrls have as their
guest Silas Bond, of Baltimore.
Sir. and Sirs. Charles P. Fox are at their
farm In Sprlnghouso for tho fall months. Later
they will take a house In tpwn.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Frank Schoble, of the Oaks,
Wyncote, have sent out Invitations for tho
marriage of their daughter, SIlss Clara Irene
Schoble, and Willis SIcDonald Powell, of Slont
clalr, N. J., on Wednesday evening, October 7,
at their home. The maid of honor will be SIlss
Marguerite Bradway.- Sir. Powell has selected
his brother, Stephen Powell, for best man.
The ceremony wjll be followed by a reception!
On their leturn from an extended wedding
Journey the couple will live at 622 Valley road,
Montclalr, N. J., where they will receive after
November IS.
SIlss Hazel Barke. of 3G30 Old York road, will
leave Saturday for her summer homo atSell
ersvllle, Pa., to be gono about ten days While
away, SIlss Barke will entertain a house party
over the week-end.
assisting her are Mrs. Allen F. Horton, of 171
Gowen avenue Mrs. Lucius F. Demlng, of 7149
Boyer street Mrs. H, C. CJapham, of 227
Qowen avenue, and Miss E. U Miller, of 7330
Germantown avenue.
The Social Service Is an organization started
early In the summer among n number of In
fluential women In Ihe locality of Chestnut
Hill, Mount Airy and Germantown, tho object
of which was to do helpful neighborhood work
among tho poor, mostly foreigners, who havo
settled ,ln the by places of that section of the
Individual work has been done since the or
ganization started In June, each member ac
cepting one or moro families, Jvlth a view to
bettering their living conditio!, and the fete
on Tuesday Is expected to create a fund that
ivlll meet the extra needs of winter without
overtaxing tho Individual workers,
Stlss Elizabeth Brockle, daughter of Sir, and
Sirs. W.llllam Warden, loft yesterday for West
over, Conn., where she will attend boarding
school during the winter.
Sir. and Sirs. William B. Kurtz, of Stanhelm
street, are at home, having closed their Vent
nor cottage.
Mr. and Sirs. Joseph Wayne, Jr., of 5i20
Wayne avenue, will return to their homo on
Saturday, after a season spent at Atlantic
Sirs. Henry Kenrn and Miss Harriet Hunt
ley, of Germantown, who have been traveling
for two years, returned on Slonday and will
make their home at Wayne avenue and School-
house lauo for tho winter.
Sirs. Kcarn and SIlss Huntley hnve been
making n tour of tho United States, the Orient
nnd Europe, finishing In Egypt and the Holy
SIlss Caroline Roscngarten and SIlss Clara
Rosengnrtcn returned on Wednesday to their
homo In Germantown, after spending the sea
son at Asbury Park.
Sir. and Sirs. Robert A. Nccly nnd their
daughter, Stlss Frances Nccly, of 43 West Tul
pehocken street, returned to their homo on
Saturday, after three months In Europe.
SIlss Ida L. Douglass and SIlss Gertrude H.
Douglass, of 6116 SIcCallum street, returned to
their home yesterday, after a season at Vent
nor. Sir. and Sirs. Clarence S. Sillier, of 450 West
Brlnghurst street, returned to their home on
Wednesdny, after a season at Pocono, Pa. "
Tho Rev. and Sirs. Clarence Wyatt Blspham.
of 42M Pino street, will close their cottage at
Ocean City about October 1 and return to
Sirs. Charles B. Fritz, who spent the sum
mer at Great Barrlngton, Slass., has returned
to her home, 3903 Spruce street.
Slaurlce Horter, of 211 North 3Gth strfet, has
Just returned from a motor trip through Penn
sylvania. Sirs. Frank T. Anderson, of 7123 Woodland
avonue, who Is spending some time at Ocean
City, N. J., will return in October.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Frederick Howell, of 33th and
Pine streets, have closed their house at Ocean
City, nnd returned to town. '
Sir. and Sirs. Charles G.Styers, of the War
rington, 36th and Walnut streets, returned from
Ocean City, whero they spent tho summer with
Sirs. Slyers' mother. Sirs. Edwin Clinton.
Sir. and Sirs. William H. A'rrott have left
Jefferson, N. H., and aro at Brlarcllff Slanor,
New York.
Dr nnd Sirs. Maxwell Langdon, of Locust
street and St. Slark's place, have closed their
cottage at Cape Slay, wheie they spent the
SIlss Dorothy SIcDowell nnd Stlss Slarlan
Blanchard Smith left for Slnssachusetts. They
havo enteied Sit. Holyoke College and will
study music and tho classics.
Sliss Nina F. Lewis and SIlss Slargaret L.
Bodlne, of Hamilton Court, who aro motoring
through New England, have reached Water-
bury, Conn.
Stlss Elizabeth P. Dallas, who has been spend
ing several weeks In Konnebunkport, Sle., has
returned to her home In St. Martins.
Sir. and Sirs. Charles Rowland. SIlss Fran.
Rowland and the Jlessrs. Rowland, who spent
the summer In Bay Head, have returned to their
home on Navahoe avenue, Chestnut Hill.
Mr. and Sirs. Clement Reeves Walnwrlght,
who spent the summer in the Adirondack, will
return to their home on Chestnut avenue about
the middle of October.
Mrs. David Caldwell F. Rlvluus and her
daughters, SIlss Emllle SI. M. Rlvlnus. Miss
Jlary SI. Rlvlnus and SIlss Edith C. F. Rlvlnus.
have closed their house on Rex avenue and
returned to their home. 2119 De Lancey place.
SIlss Virginia Schley, of Shepherdstown. Va.,
will be the guest for tho winter of Miss Slllls'
at her home at 303 East Gowen avenue. SIlss
Schley will arrive on Saturday.
The first of a series of club dances for the
fall season took placo last evening at the Sten
ton Country Club.
The Social Service Committee, of SIbunt Airy,
will give an afternoon and evening entertain
ment on Tuesday, September 29, at the Sten
ton Country Club.
A lawn party and bazaar will occupy the
afternoon, which will be followed by supper
served in the clubhouse. The earlv evi.nl no-
will be given to a. muslcale. and a dance will
cunciuun mt uay a program
uuum-air. and Mrs. F. Clark Durant. Jr.. Mrs. Thomas H. Ball, of 119 f... r . .
, Wat .umr t th camp U tl Airy avcuu,. b la cb of th. air
SIlss Teresa Burke, of 113S South Broad
street, who has been spending the summer at
Atlantic City, returned last week, very much
Improved In health.
SIlss Slary Fallon entertained nt euchre on
Tuesday evening at her home, 1731 Slorris
stroct. Among tho guests wero SIlss Slary
Jeffers, SIlss Slargerle Jeffcrs, SIlss Slary Han
rahan, J. W. Burke, J. Slaioney and Dr. James
Sir. nnd Sirs. Bennett Hollard, who havo
spent the summer at Atlantic City, have re
turned to their home. 1717 .Mifflin stieet.
Sirs. Eva Veldt, of 2213 Beachwood street,
announces the marriage, on September 10, of
her daughter, SIlss Evelyn Gertrude Veldt, and
Joseph Edward Fox, of Terre Haute, Ind.
Sir. nnd Sirs. John J. Carr and their chll-
rl flirt linim hIak..) t i .
"" "u" "ifir cottage at Ocean City
whero they havo been slnco June 1, nnd re
turned to their home. 2B9 Carpenter street.
SIlss Winifred Cosgrove. of 1732 Sloore street
has icturned from Europe. SIlss Cosgrove left
about Slay I for the British Isles, and toured
the continent during July and August.
Sirs. George H. Wobcnsmlth. chairman of
the Executive Committee of the Suffrage party
of the ! Legislative District, entertained the
members of her committee Tuesday night at
her home, 1S13 West Ontario street. Her guests
were SIlss Laura G. Cramp, Miss Florence T.
Bernhelmer. Sirs. Josephine Paul. Sirs. Lvdla
Whltmote. Sirs. E. Bernhelmer. Miss Frances
Llchten. SIlss Blanche Barton. SIlss Marie
Weedstrem, SIlss Gladys Watson, SIlss Nettle
L. Hahn and Miss Helen Lukens. Arrangements
wore made to secure headquarters In Tiona
Sir. and Sirs. Raynor Bowman, of West Tloga
street, left on Slonday for a week's motor trip
to Stroudbburg and the Delaware Water Gap.
Sir. and Sirs. David Baoharaoh. of 415J North
Broad street, have returned from an all summer
stay in Atlantic City.
Mrs. Edwin J. Wilkinson. Jr.. rav,. h
llghtful luncheon today at her home, 1302 Hunt
Ing Park avenue. Asters, combined with ferns
formed attractive decorations. The guests'
were: Sirs. John Costello. Sirs. Thomas Poole
Sirs. Thomas H. Jackson, Sirs. Henry Balber.
Mrs. Phy, Sirs. Frank Thomas, sirs. Frederick
J. Haltennan, Sirs. Henry Dadlng. Mrs. WIN
llam K. Grauer. Sirs. Louis Slelnhardt, Sirs.
Edward ailmore, Sirs. Thomas Kay, Sirs. Wil
liam W. Smith, Sirs. Franklin Shelb and Misa
Slary F. Wilkinson. The luncheon was fol
lowed by cards.
Robert D. Lodge and AVIUIam S. Brogan have
arranged a tally-ho party for this Saturday.
They will leave the Slalta Boat Club in tho
park late In the afternoon for lansdowne. On
ther return they will stop at the Willows,
where an elaborate dinner will bo served.
Sir. and Mrs. Robert J. Slaharg, Mr. and"
Sirs. Harry P. Cochrane and H. Hather Maharg
have returned from an automobile trip to Lake
Str. and Mrs. Edward Stckels and their
daughter, SIlss Ruth Slckels, are occupying
their home, 3206 Diamond street, having re
turned from Chelsea where they passed the
Sir. nnd Sits, George W. Edmonds, of 1543
North 33d street, who spent the summer tour
ing through Now England, left yesterday for
a motor rlp up the Hudson.
Sir. and S!rs. Joseph B. Felgel, of 2403 North
Broad street, .have returned to their city home
from Germantown.
Sirs. Edward Schoftcld, of Sixteenth and Ox-
ford streets, has returned home from Ocean
City, where she passed the summer.
A pretty wedding will take place at the Rpose
veil, 2027 Chestnut street, October 3, when Miss
Minna E. Kitgus, daughter of Str. and Sirs.
G. Kitgus, will become the brldo of Otto F.
Schoenhut, son of Sirs, Emily Schocnhut. A
reception will fotllw the ceremony.
A mock trlat will be held by the Young Stcn's
Division of tho Pnunonla Beneficial Association
In their clubhouse, at Franklin and Poplar
streets, next Sunday night.
jTha playlet given will bo "Breach of Promise,"
by J. H, Friedman The cast will Include B. Colin,
as Judge; I. Grlver and L. Starmorstoin will bo
attorneys, H. Slarmorsteln will act as. Inter
preter. A Hungarian count will be S. Stern,
Tho defendant will be represented by D. Odcll,
and II. Lewis will be a client. The Jury of 12
will be headed by II. Uchln as foreman.
Sirs. Henry Rothschild with her children,
Henrietta Rothschild and Leonard Rothschild,
of 2222 Green street, returned homo last
night after spending three months In Roches
ter, N. Y.
SIlss Slary B. Pelrce, of 1616 North Broad
street, nnd her sister, Sirs. B. Taylor, have
returned from a tour through Europe.
Sirs. Charles Bennett will entertain the mem
bers of the Boxborough Auxiliary of Camp
Devltt, Deer Mountain, Allonwood, Pa., on Tues
day nfternoon, October 6, at her home on
Slnnayunk avenue. The association will give
several large affairs during the winter In aid
of tho work. Tho business meetings, which
will be followed by luncheon and cards, will bo
held monthly. The officers and members are:
Sirs. Clarenco C. Kcever, president; Sirs. Ben
jamin Johnson, vice president;; Sirs. Charles
P. Slartyn, secretary; Sirs. William Devltt,
treasurer; Airs. Harry D. Rarlck, Sirs. Charles
Bennett, Stlss Florence Bennett, Sirs. Joseph
SlcSIanus, Sirs. William Shappoll, Sirs. Harry
Carty, Sirs. Louis Wagner, SIlss Elizabeth Earl.
Sirs. Ellwood Beatty, Sirs. Frederick Whitney
and Sirs. Albert Rommel.
Sir. and Sirs. Frank S. Ward, of 664 East
Loverlngton avenue, have returned from an
automobile trip to Long Island and Connecticut.
They were accompanied by Sirs. Charles Scho
fleld and SIlss Ellen Schofleld, of 620 East Lev.
erlngton avenue.
The Rev. Dr. John B. Champion, Sirs. Cham
pion and their daughter, SIlss Una Champion,
of 561 Loverlngton avenue, have returned from
a summer's visit to Prince Edward Island and
Ontario, Canada.
Sir. and Sirs. C. SI. Simpson, of Ridge ave
nue, returned yesterday from a motor trip
to the Delaware Water Gap.
Sir. and Sirs. Frank Wilkinson, of 432 Lyceum
avenue, havo returned from Ocean City, where
they spent the summer nnd early fall.
SIlss Amanda Keely. of Lakcmary. Fla., Is
visiting Sirs. James Walter Keely, of Green
lane. SIlss Kcply will return South the end
of October.
Mr. nnd Sirs. John Bowkcr have returned
from a summer's stay at Eaglcsmcre.
An automobile party that returned on Tues
day from a week-end trip to Stroudsburg and
the Delaware Water Gap, Included Mr. and
Slis. D. Adams, of Ridge avenue, and Sir. and
Sirs. George G. Llttlewood, of 443 Lyceum
Sirs. William Burhousc Is spending the fall
In Providence, Slass.
SIlss Uettlo Elizabeth Sfieldrake, of Lyceum
avenue, will entertain the Current Events Club
on Friday night. October 16.
ADELPHI ''The Revolt," by Edward Lock
starring Helen Ware. Should a. wife tuke till
same liberties as her husband? Sho shotili
not' A sermon for derelict benedicts.
BROAD "Drugged," melodrama by Owen Dat
vis, with John Mason as railroad mngnat1
, with a penitentiary, past. An like real Ufa ft
the novels of Hall Corelll and Marie Cftlrt'l
Shows why ynu shouldn't accuse another rnai
I of murder If you'vo done the deed yourself,
blrla, ' movlng-plcture drama, by Gnbrlelltfi
D'Annunzlo. of the third century B. C. A;
truly mnrvelous feat on the reel, with a conH'
I vincing volcanic eruption. i
FORREST "Zlegfeld Follies," a potpourri or
I songs, Jokes nnd spectacular effects; enter',
i talnlng without consuming brain-phosphorus,.
I GARRICK "Adcle," French operetta, with cap
I tlvatlng music. Reversals In love, with is;
I husband falling In love with his wife. '
i KEITH'S-Str. and Sirs. Vernon Castle-thelrji
dancrs are the music of motion. I
' WAT.Mtrr i'nAt.nMH d..hhi t ?... u :
, .......w ..v....i,. ui auiuij'uiuuii x'ttim, "1j
ivnio uougios Wlggln. Return of this popU-M
To appear in "Pilate's Daughter," Chestnut
Street Opera House, next week.
Blockade of German Ports Keeps Birds In
Those who may havo been under the Im
pression that canary birds Imported Into this
country como from tho Canary Islands will suf
fer a severe disillusionment at this time, es
pecially If tho family thinks that a canary bird
Is needed, nnd someone proceeds to "buy" -a
canary. Tho fact is, that in times of peace ca
nary birds como from the Hartz Slountalns, In
Germany, where they are bred by the peas
ants In garrets and spare rooms of their cot
tages. One New York firm alone Imports
100,000 canaries annually.
At present no canaries can he bought In tho
bird stores because of the blockade of German
ports. Ordlnnrlly, these birds sell for $35 to J30
per dozen. The Individual bird Is sold on his
merits, as Indicated by his looks and his voice.
The female canaiy Is a poor singer and sells
for half the price of the male. Tho birds sing
best between tho ages of a half-year and six
years. Frequently they live to be 12 years old.
The bird dealers also suffer from lack of
cages for other birds. Tho canaries are shipped
In Individual wooden cages made in Germany
nnd are sent In lots of 100 to 500. These birds
have to be fed dally on canary seed and hard
boiled eggs as well as given fresh water. A
skilled attendant has to accompany them on
the voyage and frequently a young peasant
earns his traveling expenses to this country In
that manner.
lar, simple nnd appealing play.
Sir. and Sirs. Stanley C. Sluschamp, Jr., of
North Sixth street, havo returned from a two
months' stay In Slnssachusetts.
Sirs. Thomas West Cloggett and her smnll
son, of Baltimore, came over to welcome Sirs.
Cloggett's mother, Sirs. John F. Starr, on her
return from Europe last week.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Charles Hillman, of Haddonfleld,
havo returned from their summer home nt
Pocono Pines.
Sir. nnd Sirs. S. Conrad Ott have leturnrd
from Moosohead Lake, Ste.. to their apartments
at Third nnd Cooper streets.
Sirs. John H. Heaton entertained at luncheon
and a card party at the Ocean City Yacht Club
before returning to her home on North Fourth
street Inst week, having spent the season In
her cottage at Ocean City Gardens.
Sliss Janet I. Slowry, of East Broad street,
Is spending a fortnight's vacation with friends
In Pittsburgh.
Joseph Lane Is entertaining James F. Ham
mond, of Chicago, III.
Sliss Jane B. Provost, of Walnut stieet, has
.-eturned from an extended tour along the Pa
cific coast. She also visited Alaska.
SIlss Edith Campion has returned to her home
at Leavenworth, Kan., after spending the sum
mer as the guest of her nunt, Sirs. Henry SI.
Hinkson, of East Fourth street.
Sir. and Sirs. Thomas Hannum, of Upland, are
entertaining Sirs. Oscar lwls, of Anselma, Pa.
G. Lloyd Wilson has returned to his home In
Ridley Park, after a summer's stay at Ocean
City. N. J.
Sliss Gretta Kerr, of Eddystone, recently en
tertained a party of friends on the occasion of
her birthday.
Sirs. Anna Herbeit, of Overbrook, is visiting
at the home of her mother, Sirs. D. W. Slackol
duff, at Prospect Purk.
Slight Decrease Shown In World's Aggregate
Laat Year
The quicksilver production of the world dur
ing 1013 is estimated at 4171 metric tons, against
42G2 tons in 1912 and 40S3 tons In 1911. The
countries of production Inst year were: United
States. OSS tons; Austria-Hungary, S5S tons; It
aly, OSS tons; Spain, 1490 tons; Mexico and
others, 150 tons. These figures were gathered
by the United States Geological Survey.
Quicksilver Is used mainly in the manufacture
of fulminate for explosive caps, of drugs, of
electric appliances and scientific npparatus, and
In the recovery of precious metals, especially
gold, by amalgamation. A new use in Scotland
Is the floating of lights of lighthouses upon a
body of quicksilver. A use In England, In the
United States nnd possibly elsewhere. Is the
coating of ships' bottoms with a paint contain
ing quicksilver to prevent organic growth. Sler-
curlc oxide (red oxide of mercury) is the ac
tlvo poison In antl-fouling paint successfully
used on ships' bottoms. The metal appears to
bo little employed In silvering mirrors, as ni
trate of sliver Is now chiefly used for the pur
pose. Increasing use of quicksilver is probably
to be expected In the manufacture of electrical
appliances and of fulminates, and tossibly of
paints for protective coatings on metals.
The demand for quicksilver for amalgamating
gold and silver has greatly decreased, as Is well
known, with the decreased aupply of free mill
ing ores and the Increased application of cyanl
datlon to gold nnd silver ores. Industrial chem
istry nnd Inventive genius are to bo looked to
for Increasing the demand.
A. F. MacCollln, who plays the genial and
uvugiiiiui mage orivcr, jeremian upon, in
Knto Douglas Wlggln and Charlotto Thomp4
son's comedy, "Rebecca of Sunnybroolc Farm,"
at tho Walnut Street Theatre, Is ono of the
oldest living actors. Sir. StacCollln was one!
of tho organizers of tho Whcatley Draraatlo!
Association In Philadelphia in 18CG, which en
rolled such names as John SIcCullough. E. H.
Hearn and D. W. Farrcll. He was a member
of the famous Ford Company, producers ofi'J
muuuuru ujierus, ana originaicu mo pari or
Ralph Hakestraw, the leading tenor role Iri
Gilbert and Sullivan's opera, "Pinafore," In this1
country. After several years with this organ
ization he Joined D'Oyley Curte at the Fifth
Avenue Theatre In New York for the produc-?
tlon of the "Pirates of Penzance," and played
the principal comedy role. When "The Sllkado"
was produced, the part of Koko was assigned
to the lote Roland Reed, who opened, but after
two performances was compelled to give It up
on account of Illness. Sir. StacCollln succeeded
him, and was accredited as the originator of
this role. For five years he was a member of
tho Stetson Company, playing a repertoire of.!
tho light operas. In the last few years Sir,
SlacCollIn has been identified with the Savage.
Frohman and Shubrt forces, playing princi
pally dramatic comedy roles. He Is now suc
ceeding the late Archie Boyd In the part of
Jeremiah Cobb in "Rebecca of Sunnybrook
Farm," a most congenial role.
Helen Ware, star of "Tho Revolt," the cur
rent attraction at the Adelphl Theatre, says
she once owned a pet Egyptian scarab, an In
sect resembling the cricket. "Above all things
else," said Sliss Ware, "the scarab Is noted for
its longevity, often living as long as S00 years.
Sly scarab died a year ago In its Infancy It
was only 100 years old. I had It for only three i
years of Its life. It was the most unique pet
I ever had, and I got terribly attached to it.
It lived in a little cage, and I fed It on sugar-,
water. Once I gave It sugar diluted In cham
pagne, and you should havo seen that beetle
It got quite tipsy. Its antics were terribly fun
ny. Sometimes I wore the scarab attached to
a thin gold chain. I called it 'Amenoteph.' Tho
Egyptians used to worship the scarab, you
know, I adored my pet, and wept at Its demise.
I'd thought of having a llttlo tombstone made
over a tiny urn; but I lost the dead pet in trav
eling. On the tombstone I would have bad,
'Here lies Amenoteph, who died in his infancy
ho was only a hundred.' "
"Alas," sighed Miss Ware, "if only the youth
of plays were no less brief!"
promptly answered Willie.
Getting Even
The teacher w;n.s telling the children a long.
hlBhlV ombelllhhcd story about Santa Glaus
nnd Willie Jones be(,-nn giggling with mirth,
.....v... ...in.... Sut uijuiiu ins control.
"Willie! What (lid I whip vou for y
"Fer lyln'!" promptly answerer
Not So Awfully Plain
An Irish girl called nt .Mrs. Green's to get I
the placo as cook. I
"Are you n plain cook?'' Inquired Mrs
"Well, mum." replied the girl, "yex may
t Ink so. but Ofllcer .Mulligan war afther tell
In me thot me eyes wop lolke the' Lakes a
Killarney." Ladies' Home Journal.
In Lawrence Eyre's play, "The Things That
Count," presented last season at William A,
Bradv's New York Playhouse, one of the per
sonal successes was made by Violet de Blccari,
a child of 12. George T. Brennan, managing di
rector of "Pilate's Daughter," to open at the
Chestnut Street Opera House next week, was
one of the thousands who admired the work
of the child. When It came time for organizing
the cast of "Pilate's Daughter" Sir. Brennan
sought SIlss de Blccari, and, fortunately, was
able to place her under contract for the pro
duction. She will play the leading role in the f
nrst act of the play. Violet is proud of the fact
that ehe has the famous prima donna, Sfarcella
Semhrlch. as godmother and that Caruso,
Scottl and Andreas Dlppel are among her
friends. Violet's father Is a boyhood friend of
Caruso and a fellow countryman. Like other
talented children of the stage, Sliss de Blccari
has made a success In posing In motion pic
tures and she has also a number of stage suc
cesses to hor credit. Sho played in "The Top of
the Sfornlng" and "Hop o' Sly Thumb." Her
ambition is to become a great singer.
affair, aad I Hoj aVong and the Delaware1 Water Gap.
Variety of Steps in Fox Trot and Tango at Man
hriut Show Diflerent Summer Heorts.
Early as it is for much Interest to be dis
played In social functions, the dinner dances
at the various clubs are growing in popularity
every day. There was a noticeable number of
people from the different seashore resorts laai
night at Slanheim. each resort having its own
version of the fox trot and the tango. Those i
noticed dancing were Air. and Sirs B. T. I
Flood. Sir. and Sirs. Burton Etherington. SIi. '
ana mm k l. Jieynoias, sir. and Mrs. Wil
liam Jordan, Sir. and Mrs. Frederick Dudley,
Dr. and Sirs. Harold Roberts, Mr. and Sirs!
Herbert Tllden, Mr. and Mrs. John Blakley,
Sir. and Sirs. H Evan Taylor. Miss Helen Van
Dusen. Sliss Helen Gormley. Miss Louise Slc
Cale, Sliss Florence Bear, Sargent Robinson.
Wheeler Lord. Charles IMIey. Gor n."
vlance, Frank Green. Orna Ooodwln, Logan
Howard-Smith. Jack Moffly Harold Ewlns;,
Rowland Foulke, James A. "Walker, ' J
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