Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, February 02, 1915, Sports Final, Page 9, Image 9
BVEHiyq LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1915. - -1 I . i i i . i i in i ii hi. . i 'i iii , . . ' ' " hi, .imft, i, i nnN.1,1,,111 infriu i, ,.,l,)iiflfr "5& S3EIAL DINGS dIU LKONJ WtwlJM THREE OF PHILADELPHIA'S AMATEURS MK ar 'Twf&wfl ' . - . 1 xfifttf&&fi,n I IV AX v4 -wL HihX. sSy ifB&MllD - y Mill n yh' .--tfHBwPlfcJI n T1 "j Mns. mchard s, bdwaiids, of 2119 Locust Btrect, gavp a luncheon nt tha Acorn Club yesterday, In honor of Lady Hope, of London, who Isthe widow of the late Admiral Glr Archibald lioue. The sueets Included Miss K&therlne Ilulaney Dclt, of Bnltlmora! Mrs. IV. W. Hubbard, of Chesterton; Mrs. John C. New bold and Mrs. Joseph F. Edwards, Miss Caroline Slnltler, of South Carolina, Is vlsltlnff Miss Mary Frances Fisher, tho daugh ter of Dr. and Mrs. Henry Mlddleton Fisher, at 1020 Clinton street. Mrs. Francis L. ratterson, of 7107 Chow street, Mount Airy, will rIvo a tea on Monday, Feb ruary 8, at (ho Acorn Club, in honor of Miss Helen Deri, of Wilmington, Del., whose en gagement to M, Lyttln Patterson was recently announced. , MIbs Anno 'Williams, of Baltimore, will be ono of tho out-of-town guests at tho ball Mrs. Wil liam T. Carter will clvo for Miss Cornelia Leldy on Friday, February 6. Miss Frances Hunter, of l'rovldcnce, R. I., Is visiting Miss Janet Adninson. Dr. Charles It. C. Borden, a noted otologist, of Boston, will be tho guest tonight of the Philadelphia Laryngologlcal Society, at a din ner In the Ulttenhouso. Later Doctor Borden will address the society at tho College of Phy sicians on "Systemic Infection of the Middle Ear." Those attending tho dinner will be Dr. George M. Coates, Dr. Boss H. Sklllcrn, Dr. Fielding O. Lewis, Dr. George M. Mackenzie, Dr. James A. Babbitt, Dr. Hudeon Macuon, Dr. J, C. ICcetcr, Dr. B. Alexander Itnndall, Dr. Robert F. Illdpath, Dr. A. II. C. Bowan, Dr. Carlo Leo Felt, Dr. I. S. Stout, Dr. Louts C. Vattlcr. Dr. Royal W. Bcmls, Dr. F. M. Strouso, Dr. JSolls Cohen, Dr. Samuel S. Woody, Dr. 8. Mhcucn Smith, Dr. D. Braden Kyle, Dr. John F. Culp, Harrlsburg; Dr. C. F. Adams, Trenton. Miss Mota Lisle will entertain a bridge to morrow afternoon" at her home, 1C02 Spruco street. Her guests will bo Mrs. William H. Marls, Mrs. T. Howson Bradford, Mrs. Walter Langdon Eustls, Mrs. Arthington Qllpln, Mrs. Pennock Huey, Miss Carollno BIddIo and Miss Mary H. Whclcn. Cards have been sent out for a reception to bo glvon for tho Bt. Rev. Philip Mercer Rhlnelandcr and Mrs. Rhlnelandcr at tho Parish House of the Church of the Holy Trinity, 217 South 20th street, on Monday, Fobruary 8 at t o'clock. The officers of tho United States ship Kan sas wll entertain this afternoon at a tho dansant on board the ship. Mrs. W. L. Hunt, of Bangor, Mo., Is at pres ent the guest of her son, Lieutenant Com mander W. M. Hunt, United States Navy, nldo to tho commandant, and Mrs. Hunt, at their homo In the Navy Yard. Captain R. T. Hall, United States Navy, and Mrs. Hall will cntcratn this evening at tho Drexel Apartmonts, Overbrook. . Tho entertainment committee of the Alumnae of Eden Hall, Torresdalo, will give a card party at tho College Club, 1300 Spruco street, on Tuesday, February 9, at 2:30 o'clock, tho pro ceeds of which will be devoted to tho scholar ship fund. Miss Alice Schoettlo Is chairman of tho affair. The Alumnae of tho Holman School will give a dance tonight In tho RIttenhouse, the proceeds of which will be devoted to a scholar ship. Miss Ethel Burke Is chairman of tho committee and Is asuUted by Miss Lois Cool and Miss Helen Mathleu. F. Avery Jones will entertain Informally at bridge tomorrow night at his home, 301 South 16th street. ALONG THE MAIN LINE BAlA Mr. and Mrs. John G. Fleck, of Bala avenue, will give a delightful dance fonlght at the Cynwyd Clubhouse. Tho rooms will be at tractively decorated with pink wisteria and greens, and Mrs. Philip Boeder and Miss Roeder, of Mexico will assist In receiving. Mrs. Fleck and Mlsa Fleck will also entertain at cards this afternoon In the club rooms. Among those who will be present tonight are Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Glynn, Mr. and Mrs. William Allent Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Seeburger, Mr, and Mrs, J. Charles Parry. Mr, and Mrs. Calvin G. Child, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Kraft, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Heiwalt. Mr. and Mrs. George C. J. Fleck, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Little, Mr. and Mrs. William Basaert, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Morris, Mr. and Mrs. H. Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Fleck, Mr. and Mrs. W, A., Christy, Mr, and Mrs, John McPher iion, Mr, and Mrs. William Snyder, Mr, and Mrs. Frederick B. Newbourg, Jr., Mr, and Mrs. J, V. E. Titus, Mr, and Mra. A. Schrleber, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Landreth, Mr, and Mrs. John, J, Joyce, Miss Dorothy'Mecke, Miss Sarah Pedrlck, Mlsa Helen Pedrlck, Miss Elsie Qetger, Miss Marie Mees, Miss Norma Hodgtop, Miss Mildred Lamor, Miss Anna Gaston, Miss Florence Lacklam, Miss Grace Rudolph, Mlsa Myrtle Johnson, Mils Ethel Keebler, Miss Hazel Torrance, Miss Ursula Seeburger, Miss Dorothy Morris, Cheston Butch, Thomas Johnson, Benjamin Steed, Ralph Jones, Bedford Wooley, H. Houston, Jr., Ger rlah Sproule, Mrs. Stanton McMullin, Miss Marlon PJckford and P. Schwartt CHESTNUT HILL , Mr. and Mia, Charles L. Shenpard, of 823 West Morejand avenue, St. Martin's, are being congratulated on the birth of a, son. Winston Cartwrlght Sheppard. Mrs, Sheppard, It will be, remembered, was MUa Marguer)t Cart-i Wright, Mr. and Mr TUormrri A. Tammlo nt C iLTaWlnl. - ... j. - iL . , .,....,, announce me eufsmteraen oi inejr lift daughter. Mtes Grace Taussig, to Kenneth Playel, at Qermantown. GEUMANTOWN Mr. and Mrs. WilUam R. Tuoker. of 125 West jV BchooJ House Une, wIJ attend the dancq to be f given at the Navy Y.ard on. Friday night of this wees ana afterward will be among tho guests of Lieutenant and Mrs. George Lapdenberger on board the, Kearsarge. MISS Elaln Tnvlnr Knsrltih nt tin Wm) lip1 Sefcvol House lane, wlU twti at dinner to. wbi Dwore the dune, to be given at the Qer "MWtown Cricket CJub tot tho ArabuJau Jig. WUl ir Parte Photo bf Gilbert & Htcon MISS GERTRUDE ZANE Miss Znne is prominent in private theatricals in this clly. CHARITY AFFAIRS Novelty Dance to Be Given Tonight at Over brook Golf Club. Much Interest Is being manifested In tho nov elty dance to bo given tonight at tho Ovorbrook Golf Club for charity. Mrs. George Strawbrldge, chairman of the Entertainment Committee, .to gether with Mrs. James I. M. Wilson and Miss Adele Marguerite Jloslor, havo strlvon hard for tho success of the undertaking, and that tho affair will bo successful has been proven by tho number of reservations which havo already been made. Mr. and Mrs. T. Ncvln Carson, of Merlon, will entertain fit dinner before tho dance, and another dinner party will bo given by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Beyer. Among those who will at tend tho danco will bo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mll holland, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harding, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Coane, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Crane, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McOwen, Mr. and Mrs. George Oat Studdard, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Huhn, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene O. Mosler, Mr. 'and Mrs. -Herbert Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Her man Vetterleln, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. William K. Do Victor, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Rakcstraw, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hays, Miss Frcderlka Bremer, Miss Eleanor Ev'eland, Miss Virginia Wetherlll, Miss Marjorlo Edwards, Miss Rosalie McMlchen, Miss Ruella Nulta, Miss Florenco Richards, Miss Balloch Richards, Miss Lucy Shaw, Mrs. John P. Dalton, Jack Huhn, Jaak Fawcett, Frank Watklns, Everett D. Mosler, Charles Chandlee, Reynolds Plerrepolnt, West Jordan, Joueph Helono, WJUIam Harrlty, Jr., and Lay ton Noel. The decorations in the ballroom and dining room will be entirely In pink. Garlands of roses and pink flower parasols will be suspended from the ceiling, and on tho walls will hang gold baskets filled with pink wistaria. In the dining room, tho candles will bo rose-shaded, and the favors will bo In pink, decorated with hearts and butterflies. An interesting feature of tho evening will bo the lucky-number dance, for which two cups will be awarded. The contest dancing will be Judged by Walter Jarvls. Six cups In all wilt be awarded. Miss Frances Mo Cann, In an old-fashioned costume, will be a flower vender, and cigarettes will be sold by Miss Suzette Shultz, In Oriental attire. ROXBOROUGH Mr. and Mrs. Justin Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. J. II, Suderly, of Ooeymans, N. Y., are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stott, of 303 Green lane, Mrs. Arthur Malnwarlng. of 219 Rochelle ave nue, Wissahlckon, will entertain at cards to night at her home. Her guests will Include Miss Margaret Blnntcks, Mrs. Herbert Silver wood, Mrs, James Hindis, Mrs, James Woben smith, Mrs. Morris Fropper and Miss Anna Du Gan. Mr, and Mra. Frank Halnbach, Jr., have re turned from their wedding Journey and are re ceiving at their new home, 2310 North New kirk street. Mrs, Halnbach was Miss Eleanor Stevenson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Horace B. Stevenson, of Osborne street. WIahlckon. ALONG THE READING John Oribbel, of St. Auatell's Hall, Wyncote, will entertain tho board of governor of the Huntingdon Valley Country Club at dinner at tha clubhouse on Frday evening, February 19. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Hunt Shrlgley, of Lenox road, Jenklntown, spent tha week-end at At lantlo City, returning yesterday. Mr. and Mr. William Steele, id, of Lenox road, Jenkintown. who have been spending a fortnight at Atlantic City, returned home yes terday. Mrs. Steele, who will be remembered as Mlsa Edna Welah, has been recuperating from her recent serious1 illness. Invitations nave been lued by Miss Made line Murray, of MIS North 13th street, Oak Lane, ffir cards on Saturday afternoon, Feb ruary IS, The card of Miss Leah Murray la inclosed. Mr. and Mrs. Amoa E. Joel have returnd from their wedding journey to Old Point Com fort a4 other point Be-uth, and Will be at now a Suttday ia February at W3 NortH Jtt MISS EMILIE FRICKE "' r M.rcu Miss Fricke is a prominent amateur pinnljtc. She will play this afternoon at the concert of the Matinee Muiical Club. streot, Lognn. Mrs. Joel will be remembered as Miss Nana, Potsdamor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Naphtall Potsdomcr, of 1610 Diamond street. Mrs. Carollno Knowlan, of Oak Lane, has opened her homo In Chelsea, N. J., and enter tained a number of friends from Philadelphia over the week-end. John L. Crnlg, of Oak Lane, will leavo this week for tho South on account of 111 health. MIbs Mary La Tourette, of Oak I.ane has lssuod Invitations for brldgo tomorrow. The Haydn Choral Club will give a concert tonight In tho Oak Lane Baptist Church under the auspices of tho A. W. T. Society. Mrs. Mcrttco Shrlvor Is hostess to tho mem bers of her "500" club this afternoon at her home In Wllllow Grove. George W. Monroe, of Melrose, wltl leave to morrow morning for an extended trip to South America. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA Mrs. H. H. Freund, of 1603 South Broad street, entertained nt a delightful luncheon yesterday afternoon, followed by bridge. Her guests wero Mrs. George W. Datosman, Mrs. George A. Shlsler, Mrs. George W. Young, Mrs. Thomas Simmons, Mrs. George McLaughlin, Mrs. Will iam R. Webb, Mr. John Maxwell, Mrs. Edward Rowand, MrB. Josoph McMorris, Mrs. B. Dooley, Mrs. Frank B. Stockley, Mrs. E. J. Haffe, Mrs. Robert Rankin and Mrs. J. Oould. Lieutenant W. F. Cochrane, U. S. N., and Mrs. Cochrane, are entertaining Mrs. Aaron Armt tage, of Troy, N. Y at their homo In the Glrard Estate, 2319 South 21st street Several delightful affairs wero given In her honor last week by the naval officers and their wives liv ing In tho Estate. Mrs. Manning H. Phllbrick will entertain the members of the sowing circle on Thursday morning at her home In the Glrard Estate, 2(35 South 21st street. Her guests will be Mrs. Ar thur T. Barney, Mrs. Guy A. Blssett, Mrs. C. H, Bullock, Mrs. Charles S, Davis, Mrs, Ray mond S. Keyes, Mrs, Charles A. Lutz, Mrs. Manning II. Phllbrick, Mrs. Ralph L. Shepard and Mra. T. H. Winters. Friends of Miss Marie Duffy, of 1116 Castle avenue, will be vary glad to learn that she is steadily recovering from her recent operation for appendicitis, """" Miss Rose Abelson gave a card party In honor of Mlts Anna Sternberg, of New York, at her home, 1514 Dickinson street, last week. The fol lowing were present: Miss Anna Borlsh, Miss Sara Savage, Miss Anna Sternberg, Miss Sara Goldberg, Miss Pearl Steppaoher, Miss Rose Abelson, Jack H. Yulsman, William Gross, Joseph Koppman, Leonard Kunls, Al Ehrllch and Ben Abelson. WEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs, Clayton W. Pike, of 4i Walnut street, entertained at dinner last night, Spring flowers formed the decorations. Their guests Included Mr. and Mrs. A.. H, Oeutlng, Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs. William W&dsworth. Henry Red man and Glenn C. Meade. Miss Katharine Mortlmoore and Miss Doro. thy Mortlmoore, daughters of Mr, and Mrs. Charles H. Mortlmoore, of 409 South 42d street, will entertain at bridge and "609" this after noon at the RIttenhouse. They will be assisted In receiving by Miss Nan Freeman, of Bethle hem) Miss Leonora Wats, Mlsa Edith Wall, Mis Gladys McCarthy, Mrs. H. B. Necke, Miss Katharine Ashton and Miss Helen Reeves. A buffet luncheon will follow the cards. Mr. Edward Newton Haag entertained her cub yesterday at luncheon and bridge at her home, 4S37 Cedar avenue. Her gyest were Mrs. David O. Baton, Mr. Joseph R. C. McAllister, Mra. Henry Balnbrldge, Mr. Henry Roger Swops, Mra. Lydta Curtis, Mrs. Edward Fell Lukena. Mr. CharU Mende, Mr. Walter Wall. Mr. Humbold Garber, Mr. Alexander Da Haven, and Miss Annie SerrSK. Card have been Issued by Mips France Buok, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Puck, of tm Sprue street, for a brdg in honor of Mis Ms-rtaret Meyer, of BaHlwore, vn Tuejd&y, February 9. Miss Meyer will arrive the end of tho week, nnd will bo tho guest of Miss Buck for a short time. Miss Clara Amy Wllllts. of H05 Spruco sxreot, wilt ontertatn at dinner on Saturday night, fol lowed by a theatre party. In honor of Mrs. Leonard A. Parkhurst, of Somers, Mont., who Is tho guest of Dr. and Mrs. Louis H. Mutsch lor. Miss Wllllts' guests will be Dr. and Mra. Mutschler, Mrs. Parkhurst, Mrs. Louis Mutsch ler, of Canandalgua, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Will lam G. Berllngor, Mrs. Edward A. Price and Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Brown McCowen. Mrs. John Rltter and SIlss Margaret Rltter, who havo been the guests of tho Misses Trlller, of 6107 Hazel avenue, havo returned to their homo In Catasauqua, Pa. FRANKFORD Mr. and Mrs. George S. Van Dyko, of Torres dale avenue, Tacony, aro receiving congratula tions on the birth of a son. The Men's Club of St. Stephen's Church held a smoker last evening In the parish house for the members and friends. The Historical Society of Frankford will meet this evening at their clubrooms, 4510 Frank ford avenue. Thomas Crelchton will talk on "Prints and Book Illustrations." The next regular meeting of the society will bo held March 23. Mrs. F. H. Argo, of Huntingdon pike, nnd Miss Carrie Cameron, of Rhawn street, are the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry Rosslter, of Rochester, N. Y. Mr, and Mrs. Samuel Oldham, of Tulip street, sailed last week for San Francisco. SEVERAL theatre parties and dinners will be given tonight for the debutantes. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Hacker, of Qermantown, will en tertain at dinner In honor of Mrs. Hacker's sister, Miss Rebecca A, Lycett, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howes Ly cett, of St, Louis, Mo. The guests will Include Miss Katharine Beeler, Miss Edith Bmythe, W. Montague Lycett, Jr., Forrester H. Scott and Robert H. Boiling. The guests will later attend the danco at the Manhelm Cricket Club. Miss Mary Stuart Wurts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts, will be given a theatre party, followed by supper at the Rita Carlton, by Mr. and Mrs. William W. Fltler, of 1600 Walnut street There will be SO guests present, many from the debutante set. Miss Elinor Judd Bean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H, Bean, will be the guest of honor at a theatre party and supper at the Rltt-Carlton, to bo given by Rodney Thayer and J, N, Trainer Kerr, There will be 13 guests, Including a number of the debutantes and younger men. CAMDEN AND VICINITY Mr. and Mr. C, G, Hudson, of 618 Stato street, have Issued Invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Miss Sadie Hudson, to Will tarn C. Pollock, Jr., of Philadelphia. The wed ding will take place at the Aldlns Hotel Feb ruary 13, at 7 o'clock, A reception will fol low. The couple will reside at Narbertb, Pa. Mr. and Mr. George J. Bergen, of 134 King' Highway, Haddonfleld, have gone to Florida for several week. Dr. and Mra. Chart S. Mills, of Rlverton. will give a dance on Saturday evening for their daughter. Miss Mildred E. Mills. Mr. and .Mrs. F. Wallla Armstrong and fam ily, 'of Mgadgvrvlew Farm, Moorestown. will go to FloridShI week to spend a month on a houseboat. Mr. William Msttern and her children hav returned to their home at Fofet Hill. L. I., after visiting Mr. Mattern' mqtbtr, Mr, C M. llogau, for a month, PEBUTANTlS Thoto by Gilbert & Dicon MISS MARGUERITE McDONALD Miss McDonald will tako part in "I'ads and Fancies," which will he given tomorrow night. AT HOME TODAY Tuesday Has Been Selected by Many as Receiv ing Day. Mrs. Franklin McCrea Wlrgman will receive Informally at her rcBldonce, 2005 Pine street, on Tuesday aftornoona In February after 1 o'clock. No cards have boen Issued. Mrs. Wlrgman will bo assisted In receiving today by her sister, Miss Clarlasa Townlcy Chase; her cousin, Miss Nadlno Chase, and Mrs. Will iam J. Balrd. Mrs. Edward H. Well and Miss Etholynde Well, 212 West Washington square, will be at homo on Tuesdays in February. No cards. Mrs. William Masters Camac, of 2131 Walnut street. No cards. Tho Misses Klemm, of 3931 Chestnut Btrcet Informally until Lent. Mrs. Morris Hacker and Mrs. Edwin Saun ders Dixon, during the winter at the Morris. Mrs. William J. Taylor and Miss Marlon Tay lor, Informally nt their home, 1825 Pine street. Mrs. William H. Dormer, of,20t South 18th etreot, until March. No cards. , Mrs. John W. Coles nnd Mrs. George Trottor Tyler, of 2114 Pine street, until Lent. No cards. The Misses Mordecal, of 1922 RIttenhouse streot, after 4 o'clock during the winter. No cards. TIOGA The Tioga Choral Society, assisted by Elsa Lyons Cook, soprano; .Mubello Cochran Addison, contralto; Henri F. Merrlkon, tenor, and Don ald V. Redding, baritone, will render the can tata "Saint John's Eve" tonight in St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal Church, Broad and Venan go streets. Miss Edna Blumenthal, who has been visit ing In New York, has returned to her homo, 1S30 West Erie avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron De Hoan, of 1309 West Ontario street, will be at home from 2 to 6 o'clock on February 7, in celebration of thefr 60th wedding anniversary, Edward Wrlgley has returned from a tour through the West to the Pacific coast While In San Francisco he was the guest of his brother, William Wrlgley. Mrs. George A, Wlllmanns, of 1833 West Ve nango street, will be honor guest at tho homo of Miss Mary Carroll, 6519 Greene street, German town.when Miss Carroll will entertain at bridge. Her guests will Include Mrs, E. M. Horn, Mrs. M, Nugent, Miss Erma Hardart, Mrs. James F, McCrudden, Mrs. Edward Mallon, Miss Mary O'Nell, Mrs. Stanley J. Sullivan, Mrs. Louis Pratt Mrs. Stephen Whelan, Mrs. Leslie Mo Pherrln, Mrs. Anthony Williamson and Mrs. John McNally. NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA A most delightful birthday party was given by Mr. and Mrs. Somer, In honor of their daughter, Ellnore. Miss Ellnoro had as her guest of honor Miss Vera M. Delzell, of 412 New Hampshire avenue, Atlantlo City. Among the guest present were Miss May Buchanan, Miss Ethel Buchanan, Miss Caroline Lambert, Mlsa Kathryn Talley, Mlsa Sadlq Hood, Miss Margaret McNutt, Miss Mineia Rox, Miss Edna Rox, Miss Jennie McCleary, Miss Margaret Fitzgerald, Mlsa Marie Downey, Miss Edna Hackman, Miss Mabel Armstrong, Miss Rose Boyle, Miss Nellie Downey, William Armstrong, Franklin Hill., Jr., Frank Rellly, Charles Wetz gall and Frederick Henney. The dramatic troupe of St. Ann's Catholic Club will produce "The Fortune Hunters" at the school hall on tho evenings of February 11 and 12. CHESTER AND VICINITY MU Emma Rlcklln and Mis Dorothy Rlsklln havo returned to their home at Narberth aftar pending week a guest at the home of William HurwlU on West td street. Mr. and Mr. William Edward Cro. of Park place, are sojourning at Atlantis Cly, Mr. Qeorg Collin ha returned to hr home on StoUsbury street after a. wek' vUU to rwattvc at OdM, Del Tim marriage of Mis Katharine Dunne, daughter of Mrs. James May Uuflnn, of New York, and William Strothcr Jones, Jr., will be solemnized today. Tho ceremony, which will take plnco nt 4 o'clock, will bo performed nt tho Church of Zlon nnd St Timothy, New Tork, and wilt be followed by a reception at 109 East Ktli street. Miss Duane will be given In mar rlago by her brother, Richnrd Bacha Duane, and will be attended by her sister, Mrs, Stontdii Whitney, as matron of honor. The bridesmaid will be Miss Virginia Duano, Miss Mary Jones and Miss Eleanor Townscnd. Miss Duano Is tho daughter of tho lato James May Duane, a membor of tho firm of Brown Brothors, of this elty. JACKSON FLCTCTtEn The marriage of Miss Harriet A. H. Fletcher and Joseph F, A. Jackson took place quietly yesterday In St. Clement's Protestant Episcopal Church, 20th nnd Cherry streets. Tho RoV. Dr. Charles Hutchinson officiated. Miss Clara T. Howard acted as maid of honor to tha bride and Fullorton L. Waldo was best man. Tho brldo woro a traveling suit of sand-color broadcloth and brown hat and carried lilies of tho valley. Miss Howard was In bluo char meuso and lace. Owing to tho recent death of tho bridegroom' mother tho wedding was a very quiet affair, nnd wan followed by a small breakfast at tb St. James Hotel. , Mr. and Mrs. Jackson loft on a trip through tho South, and on their return will live at 1U South 43d street, this city. Mr. Jackson has long been connected with tha Public LKoann, on which paper ho began his Journalistic career. Ho Is considered ono of tho best authorities on ancient customs and famous old buildings of Philadelphia, and Is the author of many articles on that subject LANSDOWNE Yo Owls Club and Beta Theta Club will give their annual minstrel show In the 20th Cen tury Club February 12 nnd 13. Those taking part will bo Miss Elizabeth Loughney. Miss Arona Hubbert, John Gnlbralth. George Gal bralth, Robert Ferguson, Alphonsus Sprowl and Joseph Whalen. Thomas Mlngcy, of Bally road, left today for San Francisco, whero ho will attend the Pan ama Exposition. AMUSEMENTS ACADEMY OF MUSIC ' Matinee Today at 2:15 Tonight at 8:15 IRVIN S; COBB (Of the Staff of The Saturday Evening Poit) AN ILLUSTRATED TALK ON WHAT HE SAW AT THE FRONT IN TUB EUROPEAN WAR ZONE Bents at HID Chestnut St. I'rloe 2So to l.BO. THE "BIG HIT" BILL AT B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE BLANCHE WALSH & CO. in "THE WOMAN IN THE CASE" k MARION LtTTLEFIELD A CO.: STUART BARNES t BAlir HELEN; FLANAGAN & EDWARDS! AND TtAafiNftHI WHO MADE ALL EUROPE LAUOII1 -. -v -w i- r m , o WamItr Rvrl. ftflS l1 UrtKHibl Matinees Wed. t Sat 2:18 CHARLES FROHMAN Presents The Great Three-Star Combination JULIA SANDERSON DONALD BRIAN j JOSEPH CAWTHORN in THE GIRL FROM UTAH Extra Matinee Lincoln's Birthday. Friday. Feb. 12. ACADEMY OF MUSIC NEWMAN Moonepicturea Color Views y Friday a? Saturday . THE Holy Land Tickets BOc. 7Bc. tl at Heppe'a. Amp., 23c. BROAD Last 5 Evgs, Matlncea Wed ft Bat LEO DITRICHSTEIN In "THE PHANTOM RIVAL" NEXT WEEK SEATS THURSDAY MRS- PATRICK CAMPBELL shaw?.; S.SEE. PYGMALION Extra Matlnes Lincoln's Birthday, Friday, Feb. 12. T A TJT? MARKET 8T. AND JUNIPER XJ J 15 Hi Vaudeville 11:30 to Hi30 8 TQWN-TALK ACT33 LONG and ELLIOTT "All Life and Action" McMAHON.DIAMOND&CHAPLOW "The Scare Crow" METROPOLITAN MINSTRELS, Etc. V-ll i. ,t D. OPERA Home of World's Greateit Photoplay VjlieaLllUU Ob. HOUSE T J. j -r-r t-v T n m T a -vt no 4rn1,rnQO rjoilv AFTS., 1 and 3 lOo and 13 limeS JLaily EVOS., T and 0 IOC 180, S3o irTrrrnuT A UTI1 AND market VlLlVJXvil CONTINUOUS 11 TO u Military "Her Highness" G,r,i if"1 Extravansanra " '"" ana j-jo, WILSON A LH NOIRE: HARRY WA1MAN DANCINO MASCAQN18; OTHERS Photoulay "FIRE AND SWORD" All Next WteH "THE SPOILERS" PALACE nA-TTMTl 1214 Market vnvFSSfiS MiU. VAUDEVILLE 5ScAr0&n, PHOTOPLAY JBgTiSS&gm?. BENEFIT PLAY AND DANCE Bellevue-Stratford Ballroom (A. FLAYS AND PLAYERS' PERFORMANCE FOLLOWED BY A DANCE) FEBRUARY B For Providence General Hospital. Ticket! at Bllevin. GARRICKLast 5 Evgs.wi T.T?W T? T W. T. n H T we sutf" j . r tm i "m In THE HIGH COST OF LOVINO Seat! II M Next WK ru.iua frvuerMjit in "innocent'' 11 lTnQQ REED SMITH 4 CO. Ulwwu jAucn-LruiuLfl T1UO tvq nsroio's circus, other IVlil P Program Chanced Monday anil Tburlay THEATRE j&L,U0c ! ?g - -NIXON'S GRAND Tfidr 3 :18. Til W1U Ward A ble Gordons . OUli: Ills Kai.. BY1 Is Katlr. 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