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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JAfftJABY 13, 1915.
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LfoVITATlONS have been Uauod by Spsnocr
Bjly ifcKeon, nntl Francis V. Kemble on
HfueWr, Jnnuary ftt 4:w q cloCK ln U1 a""
hnrch. d and Walnut streets. Only tho Im
P...!. relatives wilt bo present at the small
Option, wnicu "... " -
Iwr. and Mrs. Josoph D. McCall will enter
l , '.. dinnr Saturday night In honor of their
fl.nthler, MIM Lenoro A. McCnll, when their
issue" ' .,..,- ,,.... rMH ttr Tnnnnn
S atS Will inciuuo il.n i; " , .w.i.v.u,
l' Nancy W. Cook. Miss L. Emley Cook,
i. . ,...t,.tt, Norrls. Miss Lois Jackson'. Mlsa
EhHha Scott, Nathanlol Davis, Wchard Bui-
aIbsaB." . tr.ltau aa A frill Onnelrn tirl ttn .1
tut Jerome k. ijohu"!-. i"" . -.
Kimuels, Tristram Coinn Colkot, 2d, and Henry
WV Adam'- The srucsts will afterward attend
!tfe meeting 01 Mrs. xtuiuimiavu uum,m& titvea.
.-...,, Walter Atlee Edwards and Mre.
'Entrant, who were married on Docember 31,
W taken apartments at tho Colonial, 11th and
'.... .fronts. Mrs. Edwards will bo remem-
terrd M Mlsa Annie Hare I'owcl, of Newport,
Mr and Mrs. James E. Gorman entertained
it dinner last night at tholr homo In Ovor-.-
.... i ,innr of Captain Edward Ball Colo,
J nr n.. nnd Mrs. Cole and their sons.
Ic&arlei Henry Colo, 2d, and Edward Ball Cole,
rjr Mrs. Colo Is ft cousin 01 iur. uurmnn. r ui
. ' i. dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Gorman took their
'' ti to the opera. Captain and Mrs. Colo and
l a..4aa Tlfinnn aaIa TTIn
their sons win ieavo wum v..-., ....
H j(rs carl Austin will glvo an Informal Ua
on Saturday afternoon rrom 4 until , o ciock. at
,v. 2?1 and Locust stroets, to meet Miss
Si. ,it Waters, of Oreenwlch, Conn., who
will arrive on Friday to spend several weeks
M the guest or Mrs. Austin.
I Th annual luncheon of tho Equal Franchise
Society will bo neiu tomorrow i i .u-,v ...
,w rtvr Room of tho Bellevue-Stratford. Mrs.
JBoratlo Gates Lloyd is chairman of tho Com-
'ilttee on 'Arrangements, anu moso wno i.uvo
l ..icwi tn bo hostesses lncludo Mrs. George
i& Earle, Mrs. Horaco H. Burrell, Mrs. Ferree
'Brinton, Miss Ellen McMurtrle. Mrs. uorneuus
StiTenson, Mrs. Herbert Dulles, Mrs. Edwin
C. Orlce, Mrs. MorrlB Jastrow, Mrs. Herman
Xoeb, Mrs. F. H. Bodman, Miss Emily Bell,
W John Cooke Hirst. Mrs. H. H. Donaldson,
lum. H. Frazlor Harris. Mrs. Henry C. Davis.
Ur, jAmes D. Wlnsor. Mrs. Albert McVltty,
l,W ThomoB Robbins, Miss Fanny Travis Coch-
. Mrs. Frank MIleB Day, Miss Mary Con-
yirse, Mrs. J. A. Develln, Mrs. Harry Lowon-
burr. Dr. Mary Stlllwcll-Kuscl, Mrs. C. Htuart
Peterson. Miss Marian Mott, Mrs. John H.
JIuuer, Miss Eleanoro Gocpp, Mrs. C. A. Hagcn,
Un Albert A. Jackson, Mrs. J. Levering Jones,
.Mill Sarah G. Tomklns, Mrs. Charles Z.
in.nx -nr.o ll'llfrori T.Atvln. Mm. Itlchards
"TtMor, Miss Mary A. Burnham and Miss Caro-
Un Katzensteln. Preceding the luncheon tne
umtial meollng will bo held ln the Hed Boom
Mr. and Mrs. J, Ernest Richards entertained
lbox party last night at tho opera.
f Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fell have returned from
hunting trip ln the South.
BMrs. Qeorgo Fales Baker has returned from
Uiewood, where she spent the week-end. Doc.
lor and Mrs. Baker will glvo a theatre party
'tonight for Miss Margaret Berwlnd, daughter
ft Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus Berwlnd.
-Mlaj Mary Stuart Wurts, daughter of Mr. and
and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts, will be given
!amall danca by her parents at their residence,
KJ Spruce street, on Monday evening, Janu-
?M!ii Charlotte Fahnestock, daughter of Mr.
lad Mrs. James F. Fahnestock, of 237 East
IRltUnhouie Square, will be honor guest at a
lUrfe theatre party, followed by supper at the
iBtllevue-Stratrord, to be given by her parentB
JM Monday evening, February 1.
t tiles Katharine H. Hare will bo entertained at
Ihuicheon and cards on Friday, January 22, by
jMii. Qerrltt P. Judd, of Ardmore. Miss Hare's
psiagement was announced recently to John
luiai Sara D. Wilkinson and Mlsa Elizabeth
BTOMnaon, of 2010 Walnut street, have sent out
Rotations for two bridges, the first of which
BU,be given Wednesday, January 20, and the
fittwU on the following day. .
The officers of the General Robert B. Tatter-
BW Chapter. U. S. Daughters of 1812. held a
tawtlng yeaterdav mornlnir In thB Historical
?( Building ln commemoration ol the 123d
Itaalyeriary 0f the birth of General Robert
Mttrjon, The ladles were afterward tha miejits
& thl reuenL Mrs. 8. Hnmvrtnn Mitchell at
Wxhwn at "La Con d'Or." Mrs. Mitchell's
UptoU Included Mrs, Richard Peters, Mrs.
Brd Penniwell, Mrs. George Rosa and, tho
BMr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hare, of Wynnes
j'Od rO&fl ljtft va.t.n1i r n nualr'a b,. In
ALONG TnE MAIN LINE
LSTObrook Miss Rosalie MoMlchen. of Rose-
&fi Oyerbrook, will give a small dance at
Jg home on Monday evening, January 25, In
ffwr of Mis Sara Beecher Finck, debutante
toghter of Dr. and Mrs, Edward Beecher
Lwa. Edward A, Bookrayer, of Ro-Arden, has
r- w k anor? stay in Wernersvllle,
lf-illja tfnthiHM. nkha. nn rnwc
R8 Wypnefieid avenues, wll entertain at
fcBC"OA and r-n-rAtt tAi, Thava u111 ha 14
djeatir A. Hobson. of a West Pomona
G?fcLr'11 ntnaln ftt "" on Thursday at
1 allrlOm Slhirl.r nnn,M nf Mr. Anil
If ThWdore Bchwerlner, o t0 Schuyler
h SpeisdlnB several weeks in Reading as
-Mt of her aunt. Miss Mislpw,
Sj'te Bowdlth. of m High street, sailed for
""" C Saturday, where he will remain
Jr W Cody, of 1 it aw
avenue, will be glad to hear that ho has en
tlrely recovered from his recent Berlous Illness,
E. E. Blumner, of E0 West Haines street, left
last week for a three weeks' trip through Penn
sylvania. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Craig, of 6324 McCallUm
Btreet, havo gone to New York for sevoral days.
The Mothers In Council of Gertnantown will
give tholr annual reception to parents
today at tho home of Mrs, Thomas Racburn
White, 151 West Coulter street. Tho speaker of
tho evening will be Dr. Frederlo Cowing, Ha
subjoct will be "Some Constructive Criticisms
of Educational Processes."
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Dudley, of 2807 Queen
lane, are 'being congratulated upon the birth
of a daughter, born Wednesday, January 6.
Miss Helen Fling, of Greene and Coulter
streets, wilt entertain at luncheon and bridge
shortly In honor of Miss Eleanor Edmonds.
Miss Frances Omerly, of 353 Polham road, Is
spending several days In Atlantic City.
Mrs. Vnlentlno Kotch, of New York, Is at
present tho guest of hor mother, Mrs. James
Mnckeown, of 6032 Pulaski avenue.
Miss Dorothy Malllson entertained at "E00"
last evening at her home, ES0D Chew street. The
guests Included Miss Marlon L. Clark, Miss
Clnrlco F. Moyer, MIbb Leo Schoenley, Miss
Ella Bennls, Miss Katherlne Leclcr, Miss Janet
Young, Miss Marjorio Malllson, Gordon Urqu
hart, Harold Byerley, Raymond MacPaul, Ed
Ward SlmonB, Francis K. McCarthy, Caldwell
Van Roden and Gilbert Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. John Duffy, 14fi Mayland street,
entertained nt dinner last ovcnlng In honor of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Dowllng. whose wedding
took place recently. Among those present were
Mrs. John Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. John Chine,
Miss Catharine Murphy, Miss Louise Thurston,
Miss M. Gavaghan, Henry Calyunhoun and
William J. Fling, accompanied by his daugh
ter. Miss Ethel Fling, will leave on Friday, Jan
uary IE, for Florida, to spend tho remainder of
Sidney Lnske, of New York, Is spending four
weeks with his uncle, Adolph Schwerinor, 5628
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Thurman, of 5335 Bell
fleld avenue, will leave on Thursday next for
ICIsslmmee, Fia where they will spend the
balance of the winter.
BESIDES the "at homes" today there will bo
tho usual affairs for the debutantes. Miss
Jane Harding, daughter of Mrs. Georgo J. Hard
ing, will be guest of honor at a luncheon to be
given by Mrs. William Howell, Jr., at her homo,
130 South 22d street. The guests will Include
Miss Charlotte Fahnestock, Miss Katherlne
Seeler, Miss Emily La Farge Claxton, Miss
Jean Christian Bullitt, Miss Hope McMtchaol,
Miss Helena Robinson, Miss Anna Mary Walt
hour, Miss Edith Novln Smythe, Miss Mary E.
Clayton and Miss Roberta B. Downing.
Mies Mildred Marston Jack, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. L. Foster Jack, of 1533 LocUBt street,
will bo guest of honor at a theatre party, fol
lowed by tea at the Bellevue-Stratford, to be
given by Mrs. Irwhi N. Megargee.
Miss Margaret Berwlnd, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry A. Berwlnd, will be guest of honor
at a theatre party which Dr. and Mrs. George
Fales Baker will give. A supper and dancing
at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Baker will
ALONG THE READING
Tho next meeting of tho Woman's Club of
Wyncote, of which Mrs. Maurice J. Hoover la
the January leader, wilt take place on Wednes
day afternoon, January 20, at 2:80 o'clock, at
the home of Mrs, Hoover, ln Wyncote. A leotura
will be given by Helen Louise Johnson, chair
man of the horn a economics department of the
Mrs. Harold P. Moon, of Wyncote road, Jen
kintown, will entertain at a children's party In
honor of her son, Harold P. Moon, Jr., on Fri
day,' January 15, from 3 until C o'clock. There
'will be 21 children present.
On Saturday evening, January 18, there will
bo the muslcale at the Old York Road Country
Club, which promises to be a great success.
Miss Jeanette Brommell, reader; Miss Helen
Beatrice Reed, harpist, and Joseph G. Sullivan
will tako part.
On ' Saturday evening, January 23, at 8ilB
o'clock, there will be a military "600" for the
members at the Old York Road Country Club
house. The committee In charge Includes Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer IC Schultz and Dr, and Mrs.
C, L. Card.
Mr, and Mrs. Henry IT. Shelp, of York road,
Oak Lane, have gone to Florida, where they
will remain during the winter season.
Mrs. N. D Schlmpf has been the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Herbert Btoer, of U
North Broad Btreet, Logan, for some time,
Mrs. Joseph C. Klnsell, of the Batterlee
apartments. 43th and Chestnut streets, will en
tertain at cards Friday afternoon. Klllarney
roses and maiden-hair fern will b. usd In
the decoration. Mrs. Klneell's guests will
Mrs. E. Crosby, Mrs. Robert J. Hoben, Mrs.
A. J Simons, Mrs. John Koch, Mrs. M. Olll
bee, Mrs. a Gurk, Miss B Nelson. Miss M.
Nelson, Mrs. W. B. Berry, Mrs. Paul Connelly,
Mrs. A- Curry, Mrs. William Loveland, Mrs
William Meyer, Mrs. John Kernan, Mrs.
George. Klnsell, Mrs. William Houok, Mrs.
3, Nebhutb, Mrs. J. James and Mrs, J. Enoch.
Mrs- Forrtat B. Bnglish will entertain th
members of her bridgft dub oo Monday. Janu
ary , her bony. ? fiwth Wh street.
MIIS. FREDERICK JOST AND
AT HOME TODAY
Wednesday a Favorite Afternoon for Informal
January as a month for receiving has bo
como very popular for the "at homes," which
are Informal, no cards having been Issued, and
for the formal ones, for which cards are re
ceived and for which tho hostesses have long
receiving lines, Wednesday seoms to be the
moat favored day. Those who will be at home
this afternoon are Mrs. Samuel Prlco Wotherlll
nnd Mrs. C. Shlllard Smith, nt the residence
of Mrs. Wetherlll, 251 South 18th street. No
cards have been sent out.
Mrs. Henry Warrington Doughten, 1930 Pino
street, during tho winter. No carda haVe been
Mrs. Avery D. Andrews, 135 South 18th street,
until February. No cards.
Mrs. Henry J. Rowland, 1607 Locust street,
Mrs. Frank Staley and Miss Helen C. Staley,
13G South 23d Btreet, after 4 o'clock until
February. No cards. g '
Mrs. Henry D. Paxson, 2038 Locust street,
after 3 o'clock, until February. No cards.
Mrs. Thomas H. Fcnton nnd Mrs. J. B. W.
Bldlack, 1319 Spruce street, after 4 o'clock, until
February. No cards.
Mrs. George II. Lea and Miss Elizabeth Lea,
245 South 19th street, after 4 o'clock, during
Mrs. Samuel Keen Ashton, the Misses Ash
ton and Miss Emma Ashton Dorr, 254 South
23d street, after 4 o'clock, until February.
Mrs. Benjamin Janney Rudderow, 280 South
23d street, after 3 o'clock, until Lent. No
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoxle Harrison Smith, 2025
Locust street, until February.
Mrs, Joseph B. Walnwrlght and Miss Mary
Coates will be at home, 321 South 22d street,
after 4 o'clock. No cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Paxon, of 2036 Locust
street, will entertain at dinner tonight for her
receiving party and their husbands. Those who
will attend are Dr. and Mrs. Spencer Trotter,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Reeves, Jr., the Rev.
and Mrs. George Warrington Lamb, Mr. and
Mrs. William Newbold Ely and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard P. Tatum.
Several Interesting weddings are scheduled
for this week. Tomorrow night, at 7 o'clock,
the marriage of Miss Ruth Mullln, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, John S. Mullln, of this city, and
Richard Jackson Freeman, of Germantown, Fa.,
will take place in Grace Methodist Episcopal
Church. The Rev, Robert BagneU, pastor of
Park Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, will
officiate, assisted by Bishop Joseph Berry, of
Philadelphia, and the Rev. George Edward Reed,
D, D pastor of Grace Church. Mr. Mullln will
give his daughter In marriage, and she will
havo four attendants Mrs. J, Paul Mullln, a
matron of honor; Mlsa Marion Beadenkopf, as
maid of honor; Miss Edith, Montgomery, of Wil
mington, und Miss Helen Biggs, of Mlddletown,
as bridesmaids. Jane Mullln, a niece of the
bride, and Margaret Wlckeraham, of Woodbury,
N, J., will be flower girls.
The bridegroom's best man will be his father,
Frank A. Freeman, of Oyerbrook. Pa. Two of
the bride's brothers J, Paul Mullln, of this city,
and John H. Mullln, of Baltimore; Edwin La
vino, Dr, Leslie Mulford, of Philadelphia;
Wynne Armstrong, of Merchantville, N, J., and
C, I Pleraon, of Bt. David's, Pa., will be the
other ushers, After the wedding ceremony the
bridal party will receive .the guests ln the
Rose Room of the Hotel du Pont.
After their return from a bridal trip Mr. and
Mrs. Freeman will live at C419 Oyerbrook avenue,
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Miss Gwendolyn B, Taylor, of m Linden
Street, Camden, will entertain the members of
her "500" club Wednesday evening. Her guests
will be Miss Laura M. Hutton, Miss Lorraine
Bernet, Miss Evelyn P, Jarden, Lewis H Hale,
EUwood K. Acker, Jr., Harry G. a Williams,
Clarence II. Hutton, Mr. and Mrs. William H
Wentt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lynn Walker and; Mr.
and Mrs. P. Jules Lafore.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. HaUinger, of Merchant
Ytlle, have been visiting Mra. Halllnger's rela
tives In Boston, Mass.'
Mr. mm! Mrs. Alhert Fog, of peean City,
formerly of this city, are visiting- their daughter.
Mm, J. U MafcaSey.
Fliuloguph by MtrceftU.
HER SON, GORDON JOST
AT THE OPERA
Many parties wore given last night at the
In splto of inclement weather, Boclety at
tended the opera in full force last night.
Miss Mario Loulso Wntmmakcr, debutante
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodman Wanamaker,
was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. D. Tcarson
Poarco, of Ardmore, nt tho opern, followed by
supper nt tho Rltz-Carlton. Tho guests wore
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arturo do Hceren, Miss Mary
Brown Wnrburton, Miss Chnrlotto Harding
Brown, Miss Ruth Coxe, MIbb Cordelia Biddlo,
MIbb Pauline Dlsston, Fltz-Eugene Thayer,
Lewis Parsons, Edward McLean, New York;
Augusto de Heeren, Livingston Sullivan, Philip
S. P. Randolph, Jr., Joseph G. Ilosongarton, Jr.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles B. Wright, of Chestnut
Hill, entertained In their box, followed by sup
per at tho Rltss-Carlton, In honor of Mrs.
James Putnam, of New York. The guests at
tho supper were Mr. nnd Mra. Charles S. W.
Packard, Mra. and Mra. Sidney W. Keith. Mr
nnd Mrs. William Ellla Scull, Mr. and Mrs.
George Dallas Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles E.
Coxo, Mr. nnd Mrs. William R. Mercer, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Roberts, Mr. nnd Mrs. War
ner J. Steel, Mrs. Benjamin Chew Tllghmnn,
Miss Esther B. Hnre, Langdon E. Mitchell,
Samuel Chow, Louis A. Diddle, Theodore W.
Cramp, Henry McKean Ingersoll.
Mrs. Alexander Brinton Coxe entertained
Mr. and Mrs. James Potter, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. W. Packard, Mrs. Charles Randolph
Snowden and Robert Ralston In their box.
Mrs. J. Harrison Smith, of tho Bellevue
Stratford, entertained at dinner before the
Mr. and Mrs. F. Beaston, of 307 East Alle
gheny avenue, will give a supper at their home
later In the avenlng. Those who will attend
will bo Miss Gertrudo Wills, Miss Nanco Kor
man, Miss Cella Stern, Miss Clara Rlodle, Miss
Frances Hackell, Miss Florence Schoppe, Miss
Martha Simon, Frank Beaston, James Myers,
Bruce Anderson, Harry Lister,' James Town,
George Kuylcr and William Hauley,
The O La La Club and the Bluejays will give
a skating party on GuBtlne Lake, Fairmount
Park, Saturday evonlng, January 16.
Mr. and Mrs, Lelbber entertained last night
In honor of their son's, George Lelbber, 21st
birthday, at their residence at Nlcetown and
Harrowgate lane, The house wbb beautifully
decorated In red and green,
MISS LOUISE FOSTER CHAS15
Mil Chans, who I resident of GerinamowE,
will 6 a dstutante of seat scaton.
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ALTHOUGH clothes for Southern wear seem
.to be filling the shops, late winter garb Is
not altogether neglected, for after all, the per
centage of those who will shortly desert the
city for warmer climes Is very small, and those
who remain are quite as much Interested In
their appearance the remaining Inclement days.
Mrs. John C. Oltpln, who will bo remembered
as Miss Lucy Dlsston, looks wett tn a brown
suit of duvetyne cloth, made on extremely plain
lines. The coat Is short In front, having a vest
of brown, and cut qulto long InHhe back. Mrs.
Gilpin wears a brown chiffon waist and quite
a largo sailor-shape hf.t of black velvet, with
two pompons of marten fur hanging tooiely on
Mrs. Frank Byrd Gummey was seen lately
wearing a handsome street suit of black broad
cloth. Following tho mode of tho hour, the
skirt Is full, (ho coat knee-length and trimmed
with lynx fur cuffs and collar.
A touch of color Is given by a close-fitting
hat of tango green felt, which has a hand of
fur and a pompon of the same.
Dark blue has becomo unusually popular, es
pecially with tho debutantes, for street wear.
Mrs. Henry K. Boyer will give a luncheon In
honor of her daughter, Miss Alma S. Boyer, on
Friday afternoon. Covers will be laid for 12.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Llnd Mason Baker, of 1805 West
Erie avenuo, will give a dinner, followed by
brldgc-nhlst, tonight, ln honor of their guest,
Mrs. Edward O'DonnolI, of Madison, N. J. Pink
roses, ferns nnd smllax will bo combined effec
tively In the decorations. Tho popular host and
hostess will entertain also on Friday night In
honor of their guest.
Miss Carollno Staeter, of 2031 North Broad
street, gave n. theatre party last night, followed
by a supper at tho Bellevue-Stratford, for Mr.
and Mrs. Baker,
Miss Sophie Spencer, of 1713 West Tioga street,
ontertalned at cards, yesterday afternoon, Mrs.
Hnrry Walton, Miss Louise Mnucr, Mrs. Walter
Whitman, Miss Margaret McCurdy, Mrs. Dickin
son Shaw, Mrs. George Estes, Mrs. Edgar Hob
son, Mrs. Eleanor Hobson, Miss Helen Lolgh
man nnd Mrs. Arthur Custer.
Mrs. Aris P. Hausman, of 3221 North 15th
street, is entertaining at luncheon this after
noon, Mrs. Robert Frlos, Miss Nellie Miller,
Mrs. Carl Ilerschcl, Mrs. S. Wclkcl, Miss Kath
ryn Parker, MrB. John JoncH, Miss Margaret
Hilton, Mrs. Rhea Duryea, Miss Florcnco Dal
rymple and Mrs. Marlon W. Benjamin.
Mrs. David Charles taurtha, of West Tioga
stteet, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. George Burn
ham, of Asbury Park. Mrs. Murtha'a daughter,
Miss Eleanor Murtha, has returned to school
at Hollldaysburg, Pa.
Mrs. Elmer Crawford, who has been spending
some time In Chicago, has returned to her home,
1823 West Tioga street.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Louts H, Mutschler, of 2030
Tioga street, will have Doctor Mutschlor's sis
ter, Mrs. Leonard A. Parkhurst, of Somers,
Mont, aa their guest the latter part of the
Franklin B. Moon has announced the engage
ment of his sister, Mlsa Lottlo May Moon, to
Benjamin Roy Tucker, of Pottsville, Pa.
Mlsa Rao Feinglass, of 2007' North 31st street,
gave a reception In honor of her cousin. Miss
TUlIe Bloom, of New York. The guests were
entertained with various musical selections,
which were rendered by Morris Walger, Philip
Friedman and Herbert Velll. Tho gucstB In
cluded I. Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. P. Feinglass,
Mrs. F. Werman, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leviton,
Miss Reba Feinglass, Miss Rose Albert, Miss
Julia Albert, Miss Elizabeth Feldman, Miss
Esther Kuksteln, MUa Rosenbaum, Miss Ida
Feinglass, Charles Kuksteln, Joseph Freeman,
Harry Albert, Samuel Lerner, Samuel Bellltz,
Harry Feinglass, Philip Friedman, Mr. Eddln
ger, Sol Feinglass, Herbert Velll, Morris Walger,
Mr. Feckter and Maxwell 'Rosenbaum.
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Stephens, of 1918
North Park avenue, will give a card party, fol
lowed by a supper tonight, ln honor of their
house guest, Mrs. Clifford II. Terry, of East
Orange, N. J. The color scheme of the decora
tions is pink, the roses used being combined
with ferns. Other guests will be Mr. and Mrs.
John P. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wolsten
holme, Miss Wilson, George Barry, Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Comegys, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wilson
and Mr, and Mrs. Louis Rutherford,
Miss Estelle Winters, of 12th street and Glrnrd
avenue, entertained at luncheon and "500" yes
terday. Her guests were members of her card
club, and Included Mrs. Percy Sherlock, Mrs.
Albert Schenck, Mrs, Charles Hafner, Mrs, Fred
erick Carter, Mrs. Frank Smith, Misses Alice
and Edna McFadden, Miss Bertha Wenlger,
Misses Lillian and Mabel Reler and Mrs. How
Miss Anna Slnnott, of 2031 North 15th street,
was guest of honor at a "500" party, followed
by a supper recently, at the home of Miss
Mercedes M. Schulx, of 2337 North 13th street.
Those present were Miss Florence Mills, Miss
Agnes M. Kalmbach, Miss Sara G. Ferry, Miss
Elizabeth Miller, Miss Stella M. Schulz, Miss
Mlsa Slnnott will leave for an extended trip
through the West on Thursday,
Mrs. Emily P, Nash, of 2167 North 13th street,
has announced the marriage of her daughter,
Miss Anna J, Nash, to Walter A. Young, of
North Franklin street. The ceremony was per
formed on Wednesday morning, January 6, In
the Bethlehem Presbyterian Church, Broad and
Diamond streets, by the pastor, the Rev, Dr.
John R. Davles. Mr, and Mrs. Young on their
return from a short wedding Journey will live
at 2156 North 19th street, where they wilt re
celve after February 1,
Mrs. Henry V. Moore entertained at luncheon
yesterday at her home, U2S Tasker street.
MUs Mary Pecker, of 2427 South 2Ut street,
ontertalned at bridge yesterday. There were
Mrs. John pale, of Russelvllle, is the guest
of Mrs. 3. F. Bj.usnr, at 8973 Franiford ave
nue, for a few weeks.
Miss Elinor Flood wears a good-looking navy
blue coat suit. The coat has the popular naf
row-shoulder effect and Is slightly short-waist
ed. Brown fur Is used on the collar. Miss
Flood's hat la a sallor-shapo of whits bcngatlne
silk with a wreath of tiny flowers encircling
A girlish suit of tan cloth Is worn by MHs
Elisabeth Wlster. Plain lines are nartlcularly
effectivo In this costume, the coat being narrow
across tho shoulders and slightly short-walsfed,
with the over-popular flare-skirt effect. Blue
fox furs are worn, which are becoming to Miss
Winter's brilliant coloring. Her hat Is a toque
of tan velvet, worn slightly to one side,
Mrs. B. Dobson Altemua wears to afternoon
affairs a stunning coat suit of heavy black
ototh. Tho skirt Is plain, but tho coat Is ex
ceptionally odd and smart. There Is a yoke
affect ln tho back, below which Is a full cape of
the goods gathered on to the yoke at the
shoulder line. A 12-Inch band of seal fur fin
ishes the cont, which reaches to the knees. Seal
Is also used on tho doep cuffs nnd high standing
collar. A chic black hat, which Is close fitting,
finishes this striking costume.
The Home and School League will give
"Shakespearean Night" for the benefit of the
new school building, ln the Twentieth Century
Club,- January 13.
Among tho chaperones of tho affair will be
Mrs. William Anderson, Mra. J, Eugeno Baker,
Mrs. D. Morton Bond, Mrs. Benjamin W. Cars
kaddon, Mrs. John B. Clothier, Mrs. Wilfred
Conrad, Mrs. Cornelius E. Ebry, Mrs. X. Byrno
Dougherty, Mrs. Clarence H. Eppelsheimer, Mrs.
Lacey II. Evans, Mrs. Edward R. Fackler, Mrs.
William H. P. Fisher, Mrs. Robert W. Gick,
Mrs. Horaco Farnham Griffith, Mrs. J. Herbert
Ogdcn, Mrs. Francis D. Ogden, Mrs. Crosswell
McBoo and Mrs. Walton L. Philips.
The Beta Theta nnd Yo Owla Club aro pre
paring for their mlnatrel show, "The Lans
downe Folllea of 1915," which will be given
February 12 In the 20th Century Club.
v Miss Martha Beech, of Shadeland avenue, Is
visiting frlcnda In Washington, D. C
Miss E. Cora Ycagor, of South Lansdowns
avenue. Is spending the week In Atlantic City.
Forrest Ppr& Mat. Today .$1.00
THE GIRL OP GIRLS
VEB8E1,LA'S MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS
Lait Evu. 8:1!S Saturday Mat. neat Beats 11.60.
nuxt wnnic shats TOMOnnovv
CHARLKS PROIIMAN Presents
THE GREAT TIIREC-STAR COMBINATION
in THE GIRL FROM UTAH
BROAD Mat. Today m,.
Miss BILLIE BURKE JERY
NEXT WEEK SEATS TOMOIin6w
ounb!.enm TIIB Legend op Leonora
And THE LADins' SHAKESPEARE
weTiTa't. QUALITY STREET
ACADEMY OP MUSIC
FRI. EVG. 8A:TB SAT. MAT. aA.Ta
FRANCE THg WAR
TICKETS at Heppe's. 2Bo to i.1.00, NOW
OPERA I Home of World's
HOUSE Greatest Photonlari
1 to 6
2D CAPACITY WEEK
Twice Dally Afternoons, 2:B0. Eveninge. 8:30.
Preceded by Keystone Comedy Pictures.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
SATURDAY, JAN. 23 xffir
(The Divinity or the Dance)
TWO ENTIRELY NEW PROGRAMS
Mall orders received now. Seat sale open Saturday,
January 111. 111)1' Chestnut st. Trices, COo to J3 60.
SIR DOUGLAS MAWSON "
"RACINO WITH DEATH IN ANTARCTIO
Under the Auspices of the Oeof raphlca! Society
WITHERSPOON HALL, JANUARY 20tll, 8llB
Tickets S1.00, at Heppe's
MARKET ST., ABOVE 18TII
PICTURES U TO 11
.TtTW T-t , ,L,,r nrn, "
Thursday, rrlday. Saturday, DU8T1N FARNUM
in -UAMKI JURBY"
MARKET STREET, Below 60th
Procram Chanced Mon. & Thurs
Dally 1 (n I Evcnlnss T and t
at a ivl, I 10c, 18c, 20o
WHAT A 8hAr Victoria TUEATIUi
WILL DO '
UT1I ANU MAitKPT ST9.
In Conjunction Wltn
VdVlle Headed liy Schoen's
"RUJ'-F HOUSE KIDS"
GT r T TT MABKET STREET
Ju U JtS ill OPPOSITE WANAMAKER'S
'audevllle 11:80 to llsSO
Lancton, Luclsr Co., De Witt, Bums Terrenes,
Mlnola Hunt and Her Little Laujh. Lander, Moor
O'Brien fc Carmack, Others.
B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE
"ilanv Qoo4 Mr and Mrs. Carter DeHaven, Hooser
TAtnasen Bent; "On the School Waygrounds" ,
HI!!.'1 Marvelous Manchurlanj; Mcilahw it
lAdssr. Chappelle, and Others
Garrick , Mat. Today j',. 1.60
QEO. II. COHAN'S Powerful Comedy-Drams,
THEMIRAC LE MAN
-'" I ti - ss. " "T" A VI 4k
"UU U It ALr!
Preceded by 'Lonesoou Like"
Today ana, t a
"THE BONU DOCTORS"
AD TO TOMORROW" . N1KKO
TROUPE, CLARK & MyCbL
LOUUII, FITZSIMMOXS & CAM
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LYBICmoMvo JANUARY la
MABIE TEMPEST f tgX,
BEATS NOW BELLING.
A "nT7T TDtTT Popular 11.00 Mat- Tomorrow
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"THE BELLE O" BOND STREET"
Tonlabt Novelty Taw Coiuski
ana IU COMPAXr
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MAT TOPAT 10c, 30e
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