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EVENING LtettO-BR-PHIXADELPHIA, MONDAY, '.OOTOBEB 10, 1914,
SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT
I Mils Downing, who is the daughter of Mrs. Robert
XNovember 21 at iter
1VJ. of Seminole avenue, Chestnut Itlll, has In
augurated a sowing cltins to work for tho Red
Croat, which will meet every Friday morning
it her home. Some nmonsr those who will nt
ttnd will be Mrs, John A. Harris, Jr., Jtrs.
Evan Randolph, Mrs. Joseph R. Cnrpenter, Jr.,
Mrs. John Story Jcnks, Mrs. John Wnlllngford
Jlulr, Mrs. Joseph W. Wear, Mrs "Wain Mor
gan Churchman, Mrs. Joseph Sill Clark, Mrs.
William Waterman, Mrs. Albert A. Jackson and
Jlrs. Joseph Price Tunis.
Mr and Mrs. James Mauran Rhodes, of 111
Glenn road, Ardmorc, have rented their house
n3 will spend the winter In town at the Blen
heim, 17th and Chestnut streets, where they -will
move this Friday. On Thursday Mrs. Rhodes
will have a meeting of the Garden Club, of
whclh Mrs. C. Stunrt Patterson Is president, a
her home. Mrs, Rhodes will rend a paper on
"How to Plant for tho Succession of Blooms In
a 11.1! dy Garden."
Mr. and Mrs. Perclval Roberts, of Penshurst,
Narberth, have Issued Invitations for a large
at homo to be given at their, wonderful coun
try place the nfternoon of next Sunday, Otcober
S3. Penshurst Is decidedly ono of the most beau
tiful places on the Main Line. Its rose garden
alone Is a marvel of beauty. The whole effect Is
English, house, grounds and garden, and no
pains have been spared by the owners to carry
out the English tono of the menage. Every
year now, either in spring or fall, Mr. and Mrs.
Jloberts have given these delightful garden
tittles, ao they have become foremost among
tho season's entertainments.
Mr and Mrs. George Dallas Dixon are spend
ing a few days In White Sulphur Springs,
Mr and Mrs Mitchell Harrison have sent out
announcements of the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Virginia Norrls Harrison, nnd Albert
Lawrence Smith, which took place October 17 In
old Si David's Church.
At ihe marriage of Mies Elizabeth Hazard
Graff and Charles Rutter Norrls, which will
take place at the Aldlne Hotel, November 5, at
7 o'clock, Mrs. Grace Bliss Stewart will be
matron of honor and Miss Grace Battles maid
of honor. The bridesmaids will ba Miss E.
Irvine Graff and Miss Mary H. Freelnnd. The
color scheme of the wedding will bo yellow and
The marriage of Miss Mary Ursula Dempsoy,
daughter of M. A Dempsey, of Ml Baltimore
avenue, nnd Basil Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William R. Harris, of Irvtngton-on-the-Hudson,
will take place this nfternoon at 1:30 o'clock at
the home of the bride. The wedding will be
very quiet, only the Immediate families will be
present, owing to a recent death In the family
of the bride. The ceremony will be performed
by the Rev Michael J. Crane, rector of St.
Francis de Sales Church. After a wedding trip
Mr and Mrs Harris will live at St. Martin's,
where they have talen a house.
The Equal Franchise Society of Philadelphia
has issued Invitations to members and friends
for a reception on Wednesday afternoon, October
'I, at the headquarters, 35 South 9th street,
from 3 until 5 o'clock.
The Eons of Delaware will hold their annual
banquet and reception to the Oovernor of Dela
ware and his staff at the Rlttenhouse. Tuesday.
The Monday evening dansanls at the Rltten
house. which were so popular last season, will
te resumed tonight, continuing through the
season The tearoom. In connection with the
ballroom, hae been most beautifully arranged
'or these occasions and many prominent per
on hae made reservations for the first night
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
AHDMOBE.-Mr. and Mm. Paul Spencer gave
dinner of eight covers Saturday night at their
home on Glenn road.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Mason, who spent the
summer at their Chelsea cottage, are now at
their home on Montgomery avenue.
Miss Marcella Deaver entertained some friends
on Thursday evening at her home, SIS Belraar
H1N MATR -Miss Florence Fulton and Miss
urtr entertained members of the Plastic Club
th i rceptlon lMt weK at the White Gate.
ir home on Radnor road. Bryn Mawr. Among
guesta were Miss Alice Barber Stephens.
Emily Sartaln, Miss Harriet Bartaln,
" Mary E. Jarvls. Miss Lillian Reed, Miss
l!a M'M. Mrs. A D. Currle. Mrs. J.
urd 1 uU, Mrs. Howard F Tent, Mr, nich.
Doener, Mhs Ann' Hir-w, Mrs Jamea N-
D, DOWNING pl 7 Eag o-Cmib
W. Downing, will be introduced at a dansant, on
home, 1624 Locust street.
Carter, Miss Rosella Buzby, Miss Alice Cruise,
Mies Clara Richardson, Mies Bregy, Miss Maf
garct F. Winner, Miss H. Louisa Adolphson,
Miss Jnnet B. MacAlister, Miss Mary R. Ball,
Mrs. Walter E. Bering, Miss Blanche Dlllaye,
Miss Althca Carnell, Mrs. A. S. Hnessler, Miss
Ethel M. Glcsler, Miss Thoadora Burt, Miss R.
T. Rowland, Miss May A. Post, MIbs C. Van
Glider, Miss Minnie M. Miller, Mrs. W. F.
Henry and the Mlsaea Hartshorne.
VILLANOVA Mr. and MrB. Anthony Laussat
Gcyelln, of Hnrrlsburg, spent several daya last
week ns tho guests of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Grlswold Flngg, Jr., at Camp
Run Farm. Mr. and Mrs. Flngg will open their
town house, at 1723 Spruce street, about the 1st
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Bodlne, who are
spending the autumn nt their suburban place,
are entertaining aa their house guests for sev
eral days Mr, and Mrs. William G. Perry, of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Butcher, Jr., of West
field, are receiving congatulatlons on tho birth
of a son.
Miss Mary Coleman gave a luncheon Saturday
afternoon in honor of the Philadelphia Chapter
of St. Joseph's College, Emmltsburg, Md. The
tables were decorated with pink cosmos and
ferns. Among those present were Mrs. Frank
Bonner. Mrs. J. Clarence White, Mrs. Ignatius
J. Dohan, Mrs. Edward V. d'lnvllllers, Mrs.
Cora Plunkott, of Wilmington: Miss Sheeran,
of New York; Mrs. Calback, of Lancaster; Mrs.
C. L. Barton, of Deal Beach, N. J., and Mrs.
Yard and Miss Yard.
RADNon-Mrs. Franklin Townsend has been the
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward A. Schmidt at
their country place.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgnr S. McKeag, who were
mnrried on October H, will occupy their home
here after their return from their wedding trip.
WAYNE -The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Mead
Allen, dnughter, of Mrs. Elizabeth C. Allen, of
West Wayne avenue, to Henry Conkle will tako
place In the Wayne Presbyterian Church on
Wednesday evening, October SI.
Miss Mary C. Allen, a sister of the bride, Is
to be the maid of honor. The beat man wltl be
Andrew J. Martin and the ushers Earl E. Trout,
A. Lincoln Castle, W, J. C. Dickson, Charles T.
Mather, of Wayne; Walter Pelrson Jr., of St
Dnvld's, and Harold M. Pelrson, of Radnor. A
small reception will follow the ceremony.
DEVON "-Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Brown en
tertained at dinner on Friday evening at their
residence, In honor of Miss Ethel Duncan, who
Is their house guest for a fortnight. The guests
were Miss Anna Sharp, Mlsa j. ranees Reynolds,
Miss Margaret James. J.lss Isabel Brown, Wal
ter Sharp, Henry Hunter, Walter S. Turner,
Earl Johnson and Frank Robinson.
Mr and Mrs. Henry Mather Warren, of Falr
field, have gone to Rapldan, Va., for a month's
Mr. and Mrs. William Linton Landreth, of
1105 Rlttenhouse street and Chestnut Hill, and
Miss Gladys Williams, of 8836 Germantown ave
nue, will leave this week on a hunting trip
through the Adirondack Mountains, New York.
Miss Dorothy E Folti, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. J. Clinton Foltz. will be the guest of
honor at a dance which Mr. and Mrs. John
Scott, Jr., will give at SedgeUy Club Novem
Mrs. Gertrude L. McKnlght has opened a tea
room on the corner of Bethlehem pike and
Chestnut avenue. Chestnut Hilt
ALONG THE READING
Mrs. Victor J. Mulford, president of the
Woman's Club, of Wyncote, will glv a reeep
tlon to the members at her home In Wyncote on
Wednesday afternoon, October 31. Mrs. Q. Oram
Ring will give an informal talk.
This marks the opening of the club for the
coming winter, and tho meetings will take place
regularly, two or three times each month.
Miss Clementine Marie Pent, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Howard F. Pent, of Wyncote road,
Jenklntown, has resumed her studies for the
winter at the University of Pennsylvania.
There was a ladles' golf dinner., at the Old
York Road Country Club on Wednesday eve
ning, when about 40 members were present.
Next Wednesday afternoon. October 31, there
will be a mixed foursome for the golf players
in which a number of the members are expected
to take part.
Dr, and Mrs. S. Howard Knight and their
family, who have been abroad for themt year,
nave returned to thflr noma at 41 $ Walnut
street. Doctor and Mrs. Knight, accompanied
by Mrs. Knlght'a sister, Miss Ade! Besson,
spent the lummer on the coast of England.
Mr. ltdrnce O, Hill, of W North 36th street.
ho Issued InTltatlons for the marriage of her
daughter. Miss Virginia Hill, to Julian Alex
ander, lo take place Thursday evening, October
32, at tho Northmlnster Presbyt'erlan Church,
85th and Baring streets.
The marriage of Miss Harriet Cooper and
Charles Vanderbllt Woodward will tako place In
Calvary Methodist Episcopal Church, October
31. Mb Cooper Is the dnughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Thomas Cooper, of 909 South St, Bernard
street, nnd Mr. Woodward Is ft grandson of ex
Miss Gertrude Miller, of 40i8 Spring Garden
street, entertained at a surprise kitchen
shower last Thursday In honor of Miss Alice B.
Mullln, Her guests wero the members of Miss
Mullln's bridal party,
Mrs. N. Nichols, of Potlstown, Pa., enter
tained a few friends at bridge In her mother's
home, 122 South 37th street, last week.
Among those present were Miss Walter
SheUltne, Mrs. John McDcrmltt, Mrs. J. W.
Powers, Mrs. P. Doyle, Miss Fletcher, Miss
Sara Stuart, Mrs. Giles and Mrs. J. B. Patton.
Mrs. Thomas If. Bond and. Mrs. Robert Ham
ilton gave a miscellaneous shower on Friday In
honor of Miss Lillian Boric, whoso marriage to
George A. SIgmnn will take place this winter
Miss C. Ida Ferris, of 611 South 49th street,
has returned home from a month's vocation
spent In Beach Haven, N. J., Harper's Ferry,
N. 1 and Washington, D. C
Mrs, Francis J. Duffy, of Scranton, Pa., Is
tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Charles Hesscn
briich, of 3117 Spring Garden street.
Mrs. C. W. Pike, of 4423 Walnut street, will
entertain with a bridge luncheon nt the nitten
Mrs. R. J. Hicks, of 61st nnd Walnut streets,
will give a supper-dance nt the Rlttenhouse on
Wednesday, November 18.
The Ionian Club, of West Philadelphia, has
' Issued Invitations for Its annual masquerade
ball, to he held at the homo of Thomns Marks,
GHD Cedar avenue, on Frldny evening, October
23. From the preparations that are being
made, this affair should prove to be n red-letter
one In the annals of West Philadelphia. Among
the charter members of the lonlnns nre to bo
found Sidney Andres, Walter Clornn, John Ma
gulro, Thomas Marks, Edward Qulnn, William
Ryan, Jr., John Robb, Jr., Edward X. Syren,
Mrs. J. Harry Bowers, of 4831 Cedar avenue,
was tho hostess Frldny nfternoon at ft "500."
Her guests were Mrs. Orleman, Mrs. L. Rosen
burger, Mrs. Frnnk Essllnger, Mrs, William
Rltcr, Mrs. Hiram Hlrsch, Mrs. Frederick J.
Halterman, Mrs. Jacob Schrelber, Mrs. Sasna,
Mrs. A. Hartung, Mrs. H. Artelt, Mrs. F. Dan
nenhauer, Mrs. Charles Wall, Mrs. Jacob Bels
wangcr, Mrs. Radcllff nnd Mrs. C. Lauber.
Mite Currle Courtney Shrlver has returned to
her home. 52 Westvlew avenue, from a motor
trip through the Berkshlres. Miss Shrlver spent
the summer ns the guest of her uncle, ex-Governor
Edwin Warfleld, of Mnryland
Roger Harold Van Horn was given a luncheon
party Hi his home, on Wlngohocklng torrace,
ono day last week in honor of his ninth birth
day. Nine little guests were present.
Mrs. John Bromley, of Wayne avenue anil
Horttcr street, will entertain the first meeting
of her bridge club Thursday afternoon, October
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Mnrple, of West Duvu!
street, have had as their guests over the week
end Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfleld Lattemu-j, of Town
The Hew and Mrs. Isaac Landman, of 4811
Pulaski avenue, are receiving congratulations
upon tho birth of a son, Amos Landman. Mis.
Landman was Miss Beatrice Eschner.
Miss Eleanor I. Town has returned to Short
Hills, N. J., to be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Robert Ely. for a fortnight.
Mrs. A. J. Miller and. dnughter, of Atlantic
City, N. J., spent the past week with Fred
Gross, of 5431 Germantown nvenue.
The. Germantown Dancing Club had an Inter
esting meeting Friday evening. Games and
new methods of securing partners were Intro
duced. Among those present were: Mlsa Helen R.
Kirk, Miss Frances T. Kirk, Miss Myrtle King.
Miss Marion Joiich, Miss Eleanor Borden, Miss
Helen Klmmlg, Miss Rcglna McCloskey, Mls3
Jean Barstow. Arthur Reed, Edwin Brown,
Vincent Carroll, L. Jenne, Harvey Price, Le
Roy Van Roden, John Borden, Joseph Borden
and Harvey Jones.
MIba Reta Beck entertained a BOO club at her
apartments, on West Chelten avenue, on Sat
Frank Healey, who has been the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Edw. F. McCormlck, of 1730
South 18th street, during the past two weeks.
has returned to his home In Gleason, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. William O'Brien, their little
daughter, Miss Helen O'Brien, and William
O'Brien, Jr., of 1427 Morris street, motored to
Beach Haven laBt week. Miss Catherine Kee
nan accompanied them.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Duffy, of H16 Castle
avenue. left Saturday for Pine Beach, where
they will be the guests of Mr. und Mrs. An
drew McHugh for a few days.
At a meeting held at the home of Mrs. F.
Hack, of 910 South 20th street, the Knights of
St. John arranged for a euchre, to be given
under the auspices of the different auxiliaries.
In Lu Lu Temple, early in December. Among
those Interested In the affair who were pres
ent at the meeting, were Mrs. Anna McCuIlen.
chalrlady; Miss Agnes Monahan. secretary;
Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Croythers, Miss Rodgers and
Friends of Miss Margaret Blrney will be glad
to learn that her arm. which was broken re
cently. Is gradually Improving.
A very quiet wedding will take place today at
the Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church,
Broad and Arch streets, when Miss Anna Ysabel
uoyIe, oaugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mel
vllle Boyle, of 1534 Diamond street, will become
the bride of Raymond W. Welsh, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Lowrte Welsh, of 4231 Pine street.
The Rev. Dr. John Richards Boyle. D.D.. uncle of
the bride, will perform the ceremony. The bride
will be given In marriage by her father, and
will be attended by Mrs. Joseph Hewes Mann
Blnns. as matron of honor, and Miss Doris Mel
ville Boyle as flower girl. Mr. Welsh will have
Everett Cortwright Welsh as best man. and the
ushers will be Edwin Fulweller. Charles Oucker
and Roy Blaine Seyfert A large reception will
follow the ceremony at the home of the brides
parents, after which they will leav. for an ex
tended wedding trip. Upon their return they
will reside at 1534 Diamond atreet. where they
will be at home after December I.
Miss Fannie B. EtUlson. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Ettelson. of JS3S North 3M
street, and Isidore A. Margollas. of 2228 North
33d street, were married yesterday afternoon by
the Rev Marvin Nathan, 0f the Beth-Israel
r?pgreBVlD, at bis reVn-e c-j ,sA,tfM
street. The ceremony was -witnessed by the
Immediate families of th bridegroom and bride
and waA followed by a dinner at the Bdtcvue
StrAtford. Th bride, who waa given in mar
riage by her father, wore her traveling gown of
dark green velvet nnd ft black hat ornamented
with a bird of paradise. On their return from
their honeymoon trip, Mr. and Mrs. Margollas
will live At 1839 North 3S1 street and will be at
home after November 2.
Miss Anna B. Cox has closed her home at
Trevose and returned to 2014 Spring Garden
street for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. .Balst of 4712 North
,lAth street, Logan, entertained nt dinner,
Frjdny evening. 'Mrs. Balst -will be remem
bered as Mlsi Mildred Humphrevllte, of Old
York road. Their guests were Miss Hizel Sylvia
Batke, Herman I, Wcwelcr, Miss Mildred
Hitchcock and Frank W. Schick, whose mar
riage takes place October 21; Miss Ada Kost
mayer and Wilbur W. McClelland, whoso en
gagement has ery recently been announced,
Mrs. William Voorhecs entertained the Tioga
600 Club nt cards last week at her home
nt Olney. The game was followed by a
buffet luncheon. The guests wero Mrs. Victor
Beck, Miss Mary Weldon, Mrs. Carl Schocffer,
Miss Edna McFadden, Miss Alice McFndtlen,
Mlaa Knthryn Querns, Mrs. Raymond Brooks,
Mrs. Etlwood A. Steelman, Miss Jennie Querns,
and Mrs. Jane Hofman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis J. Rlera, Jr., have re
turned from their honeymoon trip nnd aro re
ceiving at their home, 228 East Meade street,
Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Rlera was Miss Besslo
Miller Bnttersby, daughter of Mrs. William H.
Battersby, of 3418 North Broavl street.
Miss Florence Wambold, of 1505 Erie avenue,
entertained last week nt a kitchen shower,
followed by 600, In honor of Miss Helen
James, Meide, whose wedding took place Sat
urday. Her guests wero Mrs. Frank J. Meade,
Miss Ethel Mortlmoro, Miss Kathryn Haberly,
Miss Rebecca Smith, Miss Helen Crawford, Miss
Hazel S. Barko, Miss Edytho'WItsll. Mr nnd
Mrs. Ernest Wade, William Pye, William
Stevenson, Edgnr M. Wambold, Harry Dotts,
Herman Wowller, Gilbert Ford.
Tho North Philadelphia Business Men's As
sociation will hold a carnival from October 28
to 31, winding up their celebration wltTT a Mardl
Gras on Halloween. The members of the com
mittee having the affair In charge arc: W. J,
Wick, chairman; Morris Meyer, Josoph Zlegler,
N. E. Freed, S. Blumhardt, William Clark, Wil
liam Naumann, George E. Kimball, E. J.
Wendler, Thomas Dearlove, Louis N. Mc
Closkey, Walter HIser, S. Bernstein, Joseph
Kccnan, and Daniel B. Ruffner. The associa
tion has Its headquarters at 4423 Germantown
Miss Edna Scull, of 1348 Hunting Park ave
nue, has gone to New York to bo the guest of
Miss Helen Cornelius, a recent visitor in Tioga,
for whom several Informal entertainments were
Mrs. Mnrgarot Froellch and her daughters.
Miss Mario Froellch and Miss Adatlne Froellch,
hae returned to their winter home, 12S1 West
Allegheny avenue, after spending the summer
and autumn at their Ventnor cottage.
Mrs. James Hilton, of 2127 West Ontario
street; her son, Snnford Hilton, nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Stanford Craven, her son-in-law and
daughter, have returned from Kenilworth, Pa.,
where they were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Minnie Langsdorf, of 3338 North 16th
street, has returned from Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Z. Jacobs, of 321& North Broad
street, have returned from a lengthy stay In
The Roxborough Dancing Class will meet to
night at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Kenwort'hy, 6535 Ridge avenue. Other mem
bers Include Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hood, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frederick Stott. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy
A. Robinson. Dr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hall and
Mr. and Mrs. N. Clnlre Rorabaugh.
Mrs. Clarence C. Keever. of Harmon road,
gave a tea Friday afternoon for the mem
bers of her sowing club. Her guests were
Mrs. John Warrington, Mrs. William Patton.
Mrs. W. Rommel, Mrs. Benjamin Johnson, Miss
Annie Burwell and Mrs. Frederick Griffin.
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Miss Lucy Van Pelt, of West 7th street, has
gone lo Northeast. Md.,whcr? she will spend a
month's vacation with relatives.
James Oliver and Wallace Archey have re
turned to their homes at Tyrone, Pa., after be
ing entertained for a week by William Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wllllngmyre have re
turned to their home at Atlantic City, after
spending a week as the guests of the Misses
Sullivan, at Upland.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Murphy, of Rich
mond. Va.. are the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
George W. Atherholt. at Ridley Park.
John Kllnger and Elmer Hill have returned
to their homes at Norwood, after spending a
week with friends nt Baltimore, Md.
Miss Lucia A. Warden Gue.t at Luncheon
Miss Wurls Introduced,
There will be four events In the debutante
world today. Starting with a luncheon, the
small buds will be extremely busy as there
will be also a tea, a dinner and last of all a din-ner-dance.
Mrs. Edgar Pardee Earle will give the
luncheon at her home In Chestnut Hill In honor
oi .uiss wjcia A. Warden. The guests will be
seated at small tables, and the decoration will
be In keeping with the autumn and Halloween.
In the afternoon Mrs. John Wlster will give a
large tea to Introduce her granddaughter. Miss
Mary Stuart Wurts. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Stewart Wurts. Miss Wnrts has but
lately returned from Europe and found a warm
welcome here from all her friends, for sh i
quite one of the most popular of the younger
set. A Urge number of the debutantes will
receive with her. Tha old country place, Bel
field, where Mrs. Wlster lives. Is quite tho ideal
place for an affair of the kind.
The wide porches and shaded lawns leno.
greatly to the beauty of the house and grounds.
Miss Wurts will wear a lovely frock which is
a combination of chiffon and tulle.
Mrs. Wlster will have her three daughters.
Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts. Mrs James Starr
and Mrs. Edward B. Meigs receive with her, and
also Mrs. Charles Penrose Keith. Mrs. William
Lyttleton Barclay, Mrs William Redwood
Wrlgnt and Mrs. George Mason Chichester
Mr. and Mrs. George Blspham Page will give a
dinner at their country place. Shipley Farm.
Secane. in honor of Mini Mary Frances Fisher
and Miss Charlotte Rush, two extremely popular
buds. The evening will be devoted to a dinner
dance, which will be given for Miss Inea Dray
ton by her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Samuel
Bell at the Merlon Golf Club. Miss Drayton Is
the daughter of Mrs. J. R. Evans Roberts by a
former marriage with W. Hwoo4 Drayton
She is a niece of Mrs. Morris Lewis. Miss Sarah
Drayton and Mlsa Harriet Drayton, and her
unclea are Henry Edward Drayton, Robert Cole
man Drayton and Percy Drayton, a'l of tola
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Dainty Danish danseuse who heads bill at Keith's.
ADELPHI "A Pair of Sixes," farce by Ed
ward Peple. Tonight.
FORREST "Papa's Darling," musical comedy
by Ivan Caryll. Tonight.
KEITH'S Miss Adeline Genee, petite dan
souse. This afternoon.
LITTLE THEATRE "Arms and the Man."
Revival of Bernard Shaw's play. Tonight.
WALNUT "Way Down East." Return of
BROAD "Lady Betty Martingale." new comedy
by John Luthejv,Long and Frank Stayton.
Delightful romance and tender humor of the
time of George It.
GARRICK "The Yellow Ticket." by Michael
Morton. Florence Reed, revealed as an
actress of superemlnent ability in a
thr-r-rllling melodrama of Russia.
LYRIC "Passing Show of 1914," revue from
the New York Winter Garden. Frivolous and
funny. George Monroe gives original views
on "white slavery."
FLASHES FROM "STARS"
The fallowing characteristic comment from
G. Bernard Shaw was received last week by
George U. Tyler, who Is managing Mrs. Patrick
Campbell In Shaw's "Pygmalion." at the Park
Theatre, New York:
"I got your cablegram asking me to come
to New York for the opening night; but it
would not be fair to the press American press.
For 20 yeans past they have always filled up
any epare room In their columns by announc
ing that I was on my way to America, and
thereby kept the United States under a strain
of expectation whleh they have got used to
If I were to disappoint everybody by actually
coming at last I should create a good deal of
111 feeling; besides, nobody would go to the
theatre they would all come to eee me."
Rose Stahl will appear In the new plar.
"A Perfect Lady." written for her by Phan
nlng Pollock and Rennold Wolf, at the Hudson
Theatre. New York, next Thursday evening
While Messrs. Pollock and Wolf have collabo
tated before on many musical plays, this will
be the first occasion on which they have Jointly
produced a drama.
The Shuberts will shortly produce "The
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Battle Cry," a dramatization of the popular
novel of th same name. William Farnum has
been engaged to play the leading role, that of
"Bad Anse" Hnvey. Grace Elllston will be
seen In the leading feminine Tole.
Next Frldny evening Selwyn & Co. will pre
sent at the Harris TheAtre. New- York, "Thi
F.ilamander," Owen Johnson's dramatization
of his novel. The play opened last week In
Baltimore and prove an appealing success. In
fafhloning his play Mr. Johnson has adhered
to his book. The theme Is that of a new
type of the modern American girl. The cast of
"The Salamander" includes Carroll McComas.
Orme Caldarn. A. E. Anson. Wilton Taylor.
Albert Brunlng. Francine Larrtmore. Beverly
SItgreaves, Vivian Rushmore. Dorothy Bernhard.
Becky Bruce and Suzanne Morgan.
ACADEMT OF MUSIC
LEOPOLD STOKOWSKl Conduetnr
Symphony I Fri. Afternoon, Oct. 23, at 3:00
Concerts Sat. Evening, Oct. 24, at 8:15
Soloist ALMA GLL'CK, Soprano
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