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EVENING LEPaEB PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, (FEBBUABY 27
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mtlO moat interesting event for tlio early part
J. of March will bo the advent of Madame Slav
ko aroultch, wlfo of tho Servian Under Seoro
lary of Foreign Attain). Madamo aroultch will
arrive on Sunday, and whllo hero wilt remain
for several days with Mrs. John Markoe, of 1630
( Locust streeet. Miss Nina Lea, of 2000 "Walnut
fit street, will glvo a tea on Monday to iniroauco
Mme- Qroultoh. Miss Ellen Ido Kenney, ot mo
Colonial, will glvo tho flrst ot her Informal "at
homes" that day also.
In tho evening a benefit will bo conducted by
the Board of tho San Chrlstoforo Day Nursery
at tho Adelpht Theatre performance of "Pejr
o' My Heart."
On Tuesday a reception wilt be given In tho
m..,.. Tinnm of thn Bellevue-Stratford, nt
V which Madame aroultch will speak Informally
on hor work and mission.
Mrs. Randal Morgan will give a luncheon for
5 TTxwnrd Wood. Mrs. John O. Corruth will
-Airlaln at luncheon, to bo followed by auc
tion, at the Bollevuo-Stratford, and In tho overl
ing Mrs. Josoph a. Rlttenhouso, or tho ucigra
vla, will also glvo a bridge,
tr. and Mrs. Langdon K. Mitchell, ot 2320
Ce Lancey place, will entertain ot dinner on
wtnnftAV In honor of their niece. Miss S.
Worthlngton Mitchell, debutante daughter ot
Dr. and Mrs. John Kcarsley Mitcnoii. an ine
afternoon Mrs. William A. Piatt, of 1530 Pine
street, will entertain at luncheon In honor of
Minn Harriot Oalo Henry, of 1510 Pino street,
will entertain at cards on Thursday afternoon.
Tho sewing class organized by Mrs. Charles
riiotu Harrison, composed of a numoer oi
members of the Colonial Dames, will meet also.
tn tha evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles rcn-
roso Keith, of 321 South 4th streeet, will en
tertain at dinner.
Th second meeting ot tho dancing class hold
In tho ItlttenhoiiBC, organized by Mrs. Roland
R. Foutkc, Mrs. J. Nelson Purvlanco, MrB.
Henry K. DUlard, Jr., Mrs. H. Evan Taylor
and Miss Mary Coate3 will tako place that
' cvonlng also.
Society Is bo engrossed In sewing and reading
on Friday that there Is little tlmo for much
else. Tho ''"nrmlngton Society meets In tho aft
ernoon In tho homo of Mrs. William "Woodward
Arnett, 2116 Pino street, and tho reading classes
arranged by Mrs. J. Beitram Llpplncott. of 171Z
Bpruco street, and Mrs. William W. rorter, ot
ISM South Rlttenhouso square, also tako place
on this day.
fr Mrs. Charles Howard Colkot, of 2003 Do Lan-
mv nlacc. will entertain at cards In the aftcr-
r tinnn I An Informal tea. with danclnir. will bo
given by the Hov. Dr. and Mrs. Perry S. Allen,
L of 2121 Spruco street, nt tho Bellevue-Stratford
In Honor or ineir guesia, w. wooaaiue xiudiu-
zell and James II. Preston, Jr., of Baltimore.
Miii -The Saturday evening dancing class will also
be held at tho Philadelphia Cricket Club. Sev
eral dinners have been plannod to precede it,
among which will bo that of Mr. and Mrs.
William R. Verncr, of St. David's, In honor of
their daughter. Miss Eleanor Verncr. Miss
Agnes Allen, daughter of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs.
It i erry a. Alien, will do guesi or. nonor ai a uin
h ncr to bo given by her parents before the dance.
, Summit avenue. Chest. ut Hill, will entertain at
dinner, when covers will bo laid for II.
The third of tho series of muslcales given by
Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Yarnall at their homo,
17th and Locust streets, will be given on Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson Wilbur, of
Idle wood Farm, Devon, announce the engago-
incnt of their daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth
it Wilbur, and Arthur Mowbray Randolph Chnr-
rlngton, of Warronton, Vn. Tho wedding will
take place In June.
The engagement of Miss Anna Florenco Wood
ruff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Rogers
Woodruff, and Walter C. Hopklnson was an
In connection with the Suffrago Bazaar three
short ploys were given In tho New Century
Drawing Rooms last night by the members of
tho Plays and Players' Club. Tho first, "The
Voices," by Harold Coddard, Included In the
cast J. Bennett Colcsberry, Miss Helsna Bal
blrnle, Miss Sophie B. Norrls. Joseph A. Deer-
!, Ing, Jr., Vincent Freedley, Mrs. Sophlo Farr
ueddcfl, Reginald Oates. Henry C. Shcppard
ttas stago director. Tho second was "The Sis-
Un," also by Harold Coddard, and was pro
duced by Mrs. Charles H. Whltcomb, Miss Doio
thy Welsh, Miss Helen Morris Duffleld, Mrs.
Louis Loughron. Harvey T. Sayen, Philip A.
Catner, Joseph A. Deerlng, Jr., Miss Agnes
Gordon Sleppard, Mrs. Edward Warwick. Ar-
uiur u, iicea. Henry B. Hcliarrer, Jr., was ine
stage director, Tha third was "How He Lied
to Her Husband," by Bernard Shaw, The cast
Included Mrs. J. Howard Rever, Charles D.
Mitchell and Henry . Schaffer, Jr.
Tho first of tho two annual concerts of the
Iplee and Mandolin Clubs of Chestnut Hill
fcAcadcmy was given last night In the school
LSJranaalum before a large audience of friends
rand families of the pupils. The leader of the
-uits club, which Includes U of the students. Is
.Paul Hunter, who was generally cupsefi last
?l! as all-scholastic football centre. There are
i boys in the Mandolin Club, which Is led by
jjO. A. Wray, also a football and a basketball
"J, Mrs, Robert W. Downing and Miss Roberta
rown Downing, of 1724 Locust street, left to-
jday for Lakewood, where they will remain for
; wout 10 days.
Mrs. Walter Jaclunn Fritmui will be at home
tomorrow and tho following Sunday, from 4 un--Il
I o'clock, until tho 1st of April.
Mlsj Elizabeth Do Puis Scott, who hui been
IpHIng Miss Oertrudo Paricoast nt 910 Rlt-
Jinhqvso stret, returned to her home n New
Brooke House. 1S19 Walnut street. wU open
(, Monday afternoon under the new manage
tt Miss Joan Sawyer will appear that aft-
soon In specialty dances, and also on Wed.
ay afternoon and Saturday
Mr. J Chalmem Di fcutn will nrulila tha
' '1' Mon3ay afternoon, on Wednesday
-" waiter N Johnson will preside, and Mrs.
"bn. McCrea WIrsaw wUl da tho honors
Mtuniay sfUraoos. Mrs- Edward Brooke,
Miss Brooke nnd Mrs. James T. Halsey wilt
also bo present each afternoon.
The Pennsylvania Society of tho Sons of Del
awaro held their ladles' night reception nnd
dinner at tho Rlttenhouso last evening. Over
W0 participated In the nrfalr. Tho speakers
were the Rev. Charles Wesley Burns, S. T. D.s
John M. Pattorson nnd Albert L. Molso. Vocal
seleotlons were furnished by Miss Emily Stokes
Hagar, Miss Maria Stono Langston. Henry
Ourney and David Orlffln, accompanied by tho
Rlttenhouso Orchestra. Tho Knterta'lnment
Commltteo Included Richard Fisher, chairman;
Charles T. Megee, J. P. Wilson, B. O. Moore,
Leonard C. Dill, E. P. Challenger, W. W.
Smlthers, C. s. Nesbltt, J. W. Oralmm, Jr.
Edgo W. Lanlc, Robert McCauIley, Oeorgo W.
Sparks, Dr H. B. Hickman. W. S. Emerson,
Alexander Williamson, Albert II. Raub, Dr.
Charles Sclmbyo and C. A. Rudolpn.
Miss Mary V. L. McCain, whoso mnrrlago to
Stanley O. Wilcox will tako place next week,
will glvo a dlnnor tonight at Kugler's for tho
members of hsr bridal party. Her guests will
bo Mrs. William Campbell, Jr., Miss Florenco
Smith, Miss Marguerlto Shelly and Miss Brenda
Mr. Wilcox will give a dinner nnd theatro
party tonight to hla ushers.
Tho pupils of tho Fornum and Wilson School,
nt 1826 Spruco street, will hold a bazaar this aft
ernoon at tho school, from 2 until 5 o'clock. Tho
proceeds will bo turned over to tho Emergency
Aid Committee. Tho llttlo girls who will take
Charge Of the affair lncludn Minn Wnlhnrirn.
Rellly, Miss Prlscllla Davis, Miss Eleanor
Hartc, Mlos Betty Laird, Miss Anna Little,
Miss Mary Howland, Miss Anna Medary, Miss
Helen Turner, Miss Elolso Warrjner, Miss Ellen
Whltmcr and Miss Eleanor Oummey.
Booths will bo decorated and nil tho articles
sold have been mado by tho llttlo girls them
selves. ALONG THE MAIN LINE
CVNWYD Miss Sarah Coonds Pedrlclc, of Pon
arth road, will give a "COO" party this af tor
noon, from 3 until 6 o'clock. Her guests will
be her mother, Mrs. A. L. Pedrlck; Mrs. George
Rldgeway, Mrs. C. H. Boyd, Miss Ursula See
burger. Miss Louisa do la Forest Keefe, Miss
Dorothy Morris, Miss Ira Bachmann, Mls3
Dorothy A. Fleck, MIsb Mildred Bachmann,
Miss Dorothy Mecke, Miss Margaret Kershaw,
Miss Jean Hammer, Miss Kathorlno Dutohcr,
Miss Katherlno McDowell, Miss Eleanor En
selgner, Miss Myrtlo Johnston, Miss Edith
Welsh, Miss Helen Rowland, Miss Elizabeth
Dawson, Miss Helen Pedrlck, Miss Clara Bat
tin and Miss Hope Heston.
nAVEnFOItD-The Dramatic Club of tho Haver
ford School gave a delightful entertainment laBt
night at tho Merlon Cricket Club when Its
members presented "Handy Andy."
Tho play, in three acts, was a charming Irish
country sketch, comprising the lovo complica
tion of Handy Andy, tho stable boy and gen
eral man of work on an Irish squire's estate,
and a mlxup over "Important papers," which
ended In establishing "Andy's" rights to a
Paul A. Vannamln, Jr., who so cleverly Im
personated Handy Andy, gave full credit, as
did the other members of tho cast to the care
ful coaching ot Stephen B. Knowlton, mombor
of tho faculty of the Havcrford School.
The cast was as follows:
Handy Andy Paul A. Vannamln, Jr.
Squlro Egan Oscar E. Carol
Dick Dawson Rufus D, Jones.
Mad Nanco John V. Newlln
Mr. Murphy Fellows Thompson
Oonah Rooney Schuyler Lee
Rufflan Barclay Warburton, Jr.
Ruffian Townsend Ludlngton
Mr. Furlong. W. J. H. Dyei
Squlro O'Trachy Charles W. Bergner
Edward O'Conner Parker Hlpplo
Fanny Dawson Franklin Howey
Simon Richard Klnnard
Betweeen tho second and third acta Schuyler
Lee, as Oonah Rooney, and Paul A. Vannamln,
Jr., as Handy Andy, gave a very clever Irish
polka dance In an appropriate woodland scene.
Tha music during the play was well ren
dered by the mandolin club of tho school, un
der the direction of Paul Eno.
Mr, and Mrs. Hamilton Dlsston, ot Rex avo
nue, Chestnut Hill, are spending some time at
Bellaire, Fla., where they are the guests ot
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steelman Dlsston. Mrs.
Dlsston will be remembered as Miss Jessie
Williamson before her marriage last June.
Miss Elizabeth Moyer, of 420 West Chestnut
avenue, will give a bridge party nt her home
on Saturday, March 6.
Mrs, Theodore Sixes, of tho Wlasahlckon
Apartments, is in New York for several days.
Naval Constructor Richard Duncan Gate
wood, U. S. N., of 6205 Archer street, has re
turned from a business trip to New Tork.
Miss Estelle M. Walters, of SIS East Price
street, has returned from a trip to Washington,
Mrs. Conyera B. Qrahim entertained at
pinochle this week. The guests were Mrs.
Chester A. Hobson, Mrs. Walter H. Schaefer,
Mrs, Joseph M. Masland, Mrs. Harry B. Blythe,
Mrs. Albert M. Barnes, Mrs, J. Edmund Bron
eon, Mrs. May A. Ritchie, Mrs. Georgo R.
Hook, Jr Mrs. George T, Went, Mrs. D.
Raworth Hook, Mrs. P, Brice Lang, Miss Mary
King, Miss Helen D. Masland. Miss Louise
Wolfrum and Mtas Etta qraham.
ALONG THE REAPING
Mrs. Henry E, De Puy, of Jenklptown, enter
tained at luncheon at J.3J o'clock yesterday.
Tho table was artistically decorated with daffo
dils and other spring flowers- The guests In
cluded Mrs. James Turner, Mrs. Louis B. Fort
ner, Mr. Charles C. Fslruer, Mrs. Henry D.
Stevens, Mrs. John S. Gyley..Mru. Seton II,
Rich, Mrs. Joseph K. Dixon. Mrs. Robert P.
Nicholson, Mrs. Joseph Staples, Mrs. Helen
Nepper, Mrs. Frederick T-. Wetherbee, Mrs.
Brownell. of Rochester, N. T.; Mrs. Minor, ot
New Haven, Conn : Miss Mabel Glbbs, of Eng
land! Miss K M Noble and Miss Clara Do Puy
Mrs. H. H. Day, ot New York, la tho truest of
tita. W S. BchUnfr. ot Wyacot. for sev
eral wMlca i
MRS. J. HARRY MULLINER
Mrs. Mullinor Is president of tho Three Arts Club, of Philadelphia. Sho will
assist in receiving nt tho dansant which will bo given by tho club's auxiliary
this nftornoon at tho Orpheus Club rooms, 1522 Chestnut street.
THREE ARTS CLUB
Auxiliary of Club Will Hold Dansant This
Afternoon in Orpheus Club Rooms.
More than 200 art utudenUi of Philadelphia
will be present this afternoon at a dansant and
reception which will bo held In tho Orpheus
Club, 1523 Chestnut street, under tho auaptcos
of tho auxiliary of tho Throo Arts Club of Phil
adelphia. Tho purposo of tho affair la to extend
tho activities of tho auxiliary In their campaign
for tho establishment of a clubhouso nnd art
and social centre for art ntudents of tho city.
Tho Recaption Commltteo Is composed of MIm
Florenco Miller, chairman; Miss Dorothea
Fischer, Miss Kathlcno Mason, Miss Dorothy
Schwerdtle, Mies Naomi M. Long, Miss Mario
Wclncrt, Miss Julius Steltzer and Miss Emily
The following members of tho Thrco Arts Club
will assist In receiving: Mrs. Austin Stevens
Heckschcr, president of tho Philadelphia Oper
atic Society; Miss Harriet Snrtnln, Mrs. J.
Harry Mulllner, Mrs. John Mlcklcoll, Mrs. S. 1.
Snowden Mitchell, Mrs. G. Ornm Ring, Mrs. R.
Emott Haro. Miss II. Mayuard White, Mrs.
John MIckle Okie, Miss Mary Ewlng Taylor and
Mrs. Francis Shapley Glnther.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jacobs, of 7220 Wood
land avenue, will celebrato their silver wed
ding anniversary by giving n supper tomorrow
evening to their family and filcnds. Many out-of-town
people will bo there.
Miss Sophie Ringer nnd Miss May Ringer, of
3343 Woodland avenue, entertained n small num
ber of their friends nt tea in honor of thelt
mother, Mrs. Mury Ringer, of Wllllston, Md.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. Me
Cuskcr, Miss Nan Kenney, of Now York; James
Murphy, of Camden, N. J.; David Kenney, ol
New York, and John A. Cnlc.
MIbs Jeanno Montgomery, of 226 South 50th
street, Is spending tho wcok end with friends
In Long Island, N. Y.
Miss Anna Reed, of 3909 Ludlow street, has
gone to Wlldwood, N. J., for an extended stay
with Mrs. J. C. Denton. 210 East Davis avenue.
Miss Gertrude Allanby entertained nt her
home In Media street, near 59th street, at dinner
and muslcale. Among the guests present wero
Miss Catherine McLaughlin, Samuel Marshall,.
Albert Garrett and Harry French.
A dancing class which meets overy Thurs
day afternoon at 22 South 40th street Includes
among Its members Mrs. Harry Matthew
Titus, Mrs. Addison A. Christian, Mrs. Leon
ard V. Goebbles, Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Ken
non, Mrs. Howard A. Miner, Mrs. Albert P.
Clime, Mrs. Charles Mayer, Miss Conover, Mrs.
Charles J. Branch, Mrs. Frank Z, Beu&ton, Mrs.
D. Clinton Guthrie, Mrs, Edwara t). stackhouse
and Mrs. Lynch.
Dr. and Mrs. Howard A. Miner, of 4009 Balti
more avenue, aro entertaining Doctor Miner's
mother, Mrs. E. A. Miner, of Sidney, N. Y., and
her grandson, Howard A. Grant, as their
Miss Serlna Barnes, of Coatesvllle, Is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Stackhouse, of
4617 Cedar nvenue. She will return to her home
early next week.
X&mBnSSSr jsiiUi luHMipwiMsy
MATINEE MUSICAL CLUB
Next Week's Concert, Which Will Bo Given
at tho Roosovelt, Bids Fair to Excel
Tho Matlnco Musical Club is looking forward
now to tho lino concert prepared for Tuesday
afternoon, March 2, at tho Roosevelt. Ida F.
Hamoll and Jenny Knecdlcr Johnson are In
chargo of tho program. Mrs. Edward Philip
Llnch, Mrs. Herbert B. Evans and John Curtis,
Jr., will be at tho piano. Tho program Is as
Piano, "Eugcn Onegln" Tachalkowsky-Pabst
Helen B. Boothroyd.
Soprano, "Cupid und tho R060" Lehman
"Llttlo Orey Dovo" Saar
Mrs. Frank McCloskcy.
Piano, "Magic Fire" Wagner
Contralto, selected, Augusta Kohnle.
Piano, "Impromptu" Arensky
"I'reflto alia glgl" Moszkowskl
Agnes Clune Qutnlan.
Baritone, "Erl Tu," from "Un Ballo in
Antonio O. Scarduzlo.
Soprano, selected, Eleanor Conway.
Piano, "Trolslemo Etudes do Concert"..Stcrnberg
Helen Loulso Bock.
Cycle of Tour Lovo Poems "A Day In Venice."
Mary Brooks Thompson, Mrs. William Van
cleech, Mrs. John II. McCracken.
Mrs. Henry C. Collison, Jr., entertained the
Teter Muhlenberg Chapter, D. A. R., at lunch
eon nnd brldgo at her home. 231$ South 20th
street, jestcrday. Her guests wore Miss E. L.
Crow ell, State regent; Misa E. E. Massey, le
gent Quaker City Chapter, Mrs. David S. Stet
son, regent Independence Hall Chapter; Mrs.
Irwin Fisher, regent Valley Forgo Chapter;
Mrs. II. T. Montgomery, regent Peter Muhlen
berg Chapter, and members and friends of tha
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldborg, of 415 Reed
etieet, will announce the engagement of their
dnughter. Miss Fanulo Goldberg, to David
Rosenthal, of 429 South 5th street, at a re
Mrs. Frederick S. Baldl entertained the mem
bers of tho Civic Club yesterday afternoon at
her homo In the Olrard Estate, 2124 Passyunk
avenue. A paper by Robert V. Drlpp3, entitled
"Councllmen and Their Duties," was read by
Mrs. Baldl. Thero wero also Boveral musical
numbers, A buffet luncheon was served. Those
present were Mrs. Arthur Scofleld, Mrs. Thomas
J. Hurd, Mrs. James Bodges, Mrs. Norburt Mel
ville, Mrs. Matthew Pollock, Dr. II. Wlnfleld
Bochrtnger, Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. E. Vnll,
Mrs. Eastwood, Mrs. Henry J, Selbold, Dr.
Charlotte Steckel Farrlngton, Mrs. Earl B. Put
nam, Jr., Mrs. Harvey Child Hodgens, Miss
Shea, Mrs. J. Richmond, Mrs. Sarah Benson
and Frederick Hochrnth.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Beebe will close their
home In the GIrard Estate about April 1st, and
remove to their new place at Walllngford,
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Young, of 2316 South
Broad street, and their daughter and son-in-law,
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick rark, ore In At
lantic City. They will return today.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De Wolfe will cele.
brate their fiftieth anniversary tonight
at thir home. 2616 North 18th street.
They will have with them their eigbj
children and four grandchildren.
WITH the flrst signs of spring, evidenced by
the Southern oxodus, milady adopts all tha
latest fripperies of feminine fashions, and from
tho top of her small, carefully colffed head, sur
mounted by Its woe, perky bonnet, to the tip
of her daintily shod feet she looks like a pic
ture out of Qodey's Book during tho mld-Vlc-torlan
The groatcst boon to womankind of the pres
ent fashion Is tho comfortablo widening of tho
sklrtfl, although ns tho spring ndvances voguo
foreshadowlrgs of hooped and quilted skirts
causo a decided unrest, for In the rush and
hurry of modern everyday llfo tho voluminous
and unwieldy clothes of our groat-grandmothers
would be a ecrlous and unwelcome In
novation. One of tho new wide skirts Is being worn by
Miss Hope McMlcJiacl. It Is of bclgo broad
cloth, with tho fulness Introduced over each
hip. Tho coat Is a redlngoto model. Mlso Mc
Mlchael's hat Is of beige and her stole and muff
are of skunk fur.
Mrs. Edward Norrlo wears a very good-looking
ntieot costume. Her throe-quarter-Iength
caracul coat Is cut nway at tho front and
rounded at tho back, hanging rather loosely.
Her skirt is of black broadcloth, with buttonn
up ono side. Mrs. Norrls' hat Is rathor a large
Mr. nnd Mrs. Poter J. Doyle, 2632 North S3d
street, entertained a number of friends at a
suppor and danco In celebration of tho silver
anniversary of their wedding on Thursday eve
ning. Tho guests wero Mr. and Mrs. Hugo
Kuder, Newport, R. I.; Mrs. Ellzaboth Yarnoll,
Scranton; Mrs. Elizabeth Mayhood, Atlantic
City; Dr. J. Connor and Mss Mary Connor,
Washington, D. C: Miss Eva Mcllvalno, Miss
Vlnnlo McIIvalnc, Mrs. Alexander Mcltvalne,
Miss Mary Meehan, Louis Schaefer, Mr. and
Mrs. Patrick Hughes, Miss Olga Ofltcrtag, Mrs.
Harry Ostertag, Miss Mary Mlllor, Mr. and Mrs.
William Ferber, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Robinson,
Mrs. Clarenco Hold, Miss Katherlno Hold, Miss
Martha Kudor, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Goldey,
Miss Elslo Goldey and MIbs Anna Lamb.
Miss Frances BIglan and Miss Anna Blglan,
1634 French street, will opend the week-end with
relatives In Doylestown.
Stetson Davidson, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Is visit
ing at tho home of Raymond C. Walkor, 2231
North Ubor street.
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Starr will give a recep
tion tomorrow afternoon, from 3 until G o'clock.
In honor of the betrothal of their daughter,
Miss Beatrlco Mae Starr, to Horace L. Rains,
son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Rains, at their
home, 2630 North 17th street. They will be
assisted by Mrs. Louis Rnlns, Miss Celia Stein,
Miss Blanche Learner, of Now York; Miss Marie
Slavls nnd Miss Sylvln Fox.
MISS S. WORTHINGTON MITCHELL, drbu
tanlo daughter or Dr and Mrs. John
Kcarsley Mitchell, will be guest of honor ot Mr.
and Mrs. Georgo Harrison Fisher, of 2012 De
Lancey place, at dinner tonight. Tho guests
will Include Miss Susan Brlmncr Ingersoll, Miss
Marlon Eyre Savage, Miss Charlotte Rush, Mian
Helen Ellis, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Howard Hart.
Joseph P. Sims, Alfred A. BIddle, Lewis Curtis,
Jr., J. Somers Smith, Jr., and FiU-Eugene
Miss Eugenia Kelso Cassatt, debutante daugh
ter of Mrs. J. Gardner Cassatt, will be guest
of honor at a theatre party, to be followed by
supper at the Rltz-Curlton. to be given tonight
by Eckley Brlnton Coxc, Jr., of 1600 Locust
Among the out-of-town people who aro In
Lansdowne visiting friends nnd relatives are
Mrs. Henry Blrkenblne, from Harrlsburg, who
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Longcoke, of
Runnymeed avenue; Miss Alice Stamen, of
Washington, D. C, Is visiting Mrs. Laura Y.
Cloud, of Tho Oaka; Miss Margaret C, Cham
bers Is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. J, P.
Whitehorn, of West Stratford avenue; Vernon
Eddy, of Winchester, Va., Is Btaylng with his
brother, J. Frank Eddy, of West Greenwood
avenue, and Mrs. It. M. Hannum, of Rlgby
avenue, la entertaining Miss Dixon, ot Kennett
Mrs. Harley B. Nichols, of West Stewart
avenue, la visiting her daughter, Miss Jean W.
Nichols, of Passaic, N. J.
A. F. O. Daniel, of 40 North Lansdowne ave
nue. Is spending a few days in WUUamsport.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mrs. John Heaton, of 423 North 4th street,
entertained at luncheon and '600" yesterday.
Her guests Included Mra, Arno Neuber. Miss
Mary E. Calll, Mrs. Edward Woodruff, Mra.
Norman Ives, Mis? Helen Stager, Mra. Albert
A. Howell, Mrs. Howard Ludlam, Mrs, James
Chalmers, Mrs, Harvey K. Partridge, Mrs.
Ernest a, Hummel, Miss Martha Lummts, Mrs.
Edwin H. Seymour, Mrs. Frederick Fox, Mrs.
Henry X'. Btockwell, Mrs. E. Q. C. BJeakley,
Mrs. Harry R. Dole, Mrs. Lewis Hires, Mrs.
Kennet Garrison, Mrs. Paul L. Basiett, Miss
Sarah Wilson, Mrs. L. B. Shaw, Mrs, William
French, Mrs, Harry R. Humphreys.
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Dr Charles E. Barker, of Washington, D.
C, Is the guest of Colonel Charles U, lljatt,
of East Uth street.
Hiss Grace Saunders, of West td street, is
spending several weeks as the gust of rela.
Uvea at Allentown.
Samuel Pancoast has rtufa3 te his hMae
ea West Sd street, after a sieral 4Jn' visit
to his brother, Clarence R Pajnnt, at
Passaic, N. J
Mr and Mrs. Btaoy O Otauser. of Rdgmeat
avenue, aro sojourning at AtUoilc CUy.
sailor Ahape, tho upper part of red Vetvet, with
a. facing of black. A small Frenoh flower H
tho only trimming. With their costume- Mrs.
Norrls wears gray spats.
Mils Jean C. Bullitt wears a smart mlllUry
suit of dark blue cloth, made with epaulelteA
of black braid and trimmings of brass buttons.
The skirt has small flat pockets, which ard
formed In box pleats of the material, and Is
A email military trlcorne hat of black velvet,
trimmed with gold braid and a gold and black
cockade, Is worn with tho suit.
A good-looking tallleur of chocolate colored
chiffon broadcloth was worn the other day by"
Miss Margnret Bannard while taking tea nt the
Bellevue-Stratford. Tho skirt was circular and
tho coat, which was three-quarter length, waa
braided and pleated. With this coslumo woa
worn a wldo-brlmmed brown hat, trimmed with
a tnn quill, which spread across tho front.
The first of tho midweek thes dansants waa
given Wednesday afternoon at tho Bellevue
Stratford, and a number of persons dropped in
between matlneo and dinner time or, In tho case
of tho men, after oflico hours. Thcsa dances
w 111 continue through Lent on Wednesdays and
PRESS CLUB RECEPTION
Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson and Mrs. William
C. Storey Guests of Honor.
The annual reception of tho Pennsylvania
Women's Press Association will bo held at tha
Adelphla Hotel this afternoon. The luncheon
will bo given in honor of Mrs. Cornelius Steven
son and Mrs. William Cummlngs Storey, presi
dent general of the National Society of tho
Daughters of American Revolution. Mrs. Ed
ward Bcecher Flnck, tho president, will act as
toastmistress, and the responses will bo made
by Mrs. Blankenburg. Mrs. Edward Bfddle,
Miss Emily Sartaln and a number of club presi
dents. Among tho prominent Daughters will bo
Mrs. Anthony Wayno Cook, vice regent, of
Pittsburgh; Mrs. Grant Drlesbach, State eecro
tary; Mrs. Mary Stlllo, Stalo historian, of West
Chester; Mrs. George Chenonneth, of New Jer
sey; Miss Ellzaboth Massey, regent, of Quaker
City Chapter; Mrs. D. H. Develln, regent of
Merlon Chapter. Among the club presidents
will be Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. R. Y. Filbert,
Mrs. J. B. Roberts, Mra. Frederick Abbot, Miss
Edith Burtts and Miss Anno H. Wharton.
A tea will be given to the Quaker City Chap
ter by Mrs. Sarah Babcock, at her home, 2033
Walnut street, from 4 to 6 o'clock, to meet Mrs.
A meeting of tho Library League Lyceum was
held during the week at the Port Richmond
Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia. In
diana avonuo and Almond street. Joseph
Thomas Presided and thero wero 100 members
and CO guests present. The object ot the meet
ing was to glvo a description of England, a&d
there were many talks by many people. Albert
Crcnkawskl, Division A, talked of "Lord Rob
erts " Helen Can all, Girls' Division A, "Lady
Jano Grey." "England as a World Power," by
Frnnk O'Donnell, of the Library League. "Some
Facts About London." by Edward Daly, of
Division A. "City of London." by Victor Schil
ler, and an Illustrated lecturo on "England'' by
Austin A. Holmes.
Next month the Library League will glvo an
Illustrated lecture on "France."
Sirs. Nettle Rosener, of 2932 North 6th street.
Is visiting her cousin, Mrs. I. H. SulUbaclc,
of Now York.
A surprise party was given to Arnold Mar
tin, of 2076 Elkhart street. Many delightful
games were played. Among those present
were Miss F. Sailor, Miss E. McGInley, Miss
A. McElhatten, Miss G. Nunan, Miss C. Mar
tin, Miss M. Betz, Miss A. Martin, Miss M. Mar.
tin, C. Free, W. Wlster, E. Herman, M.
Legates, W. Free, G, Wagner, J. Schopps, M.
Fauuco, J. Herman, G. Bloomer, A. Rea, J.
Martin, I'. Wagner, C. Kuster, E. Keates, E.
Rothong, J. Spring, W. Sailor and Mr, Mar
tin. Congratulations are being received by Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Koenlg, of 7411 Lawndalo ave
nue, Five Points, on the birth of a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Floody, of 2425 H
Cumberland street, have left for Atlantic City,
where they will remain for two weeks.
Mrs. Francis Cantrcll, Jr., ot 6307 Ridge ave
nue, was hostess to the members of her 6wlng
club yesterday afternoon, when ber guests
were Mrs. Charles Gune, Mrs. C, C. Parks,
Mrs. William Stroud, Mrs. Andrew Sauer, Mrs,
William Addelhelin, Mrs. Charles Whlteman,
Mrs, L- Mclvln Struse, Miss Ray Boocock, Mrs.
W, H. Hocdt and Mrs. Mltford C, Fox.
The monthly meeting of the Roxborougb. !
died' Auxiliary of Camp Devltt, Deer Mountain.
Allenwood, will be held un Tuesday afternoon,
March 2. at tha hom ot Mrs. Benjamin John.,
eon, 220 Qaborne street. The officers ot the as.
soclation are Mrs. Clarence C. Keever, president;
Mrs. Johnson, vice president; Mrs. Charles X.
Martin, secretary, and Mra. William Devltt,
wlfo of the founder of the camp, treasurer.
Mr. and Mrs. Decker, of 2d street pike and
Verree road, have as their gust Mrs. William
Schwerdt, of Devon.
Mrs. George W. Baker, of Taeony, Is spend
ing a few days as the guest of Mrs, WlllUw
F. Ashton, qf Chapelcrolt-
Mrs. R. U- ougeray, of Los Angeles, Ca
Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. W, Bur.
of D street. Fox chase.
Dr. S. Hall Young, veteran missionary of
Alaska, gave an Illustrated lecturo on "The
Native's Alaska" last night at the Hermon
John Clark, of Holmwburg, U spending e,
fw days with relative at While Haven, p
WilUaw Catanaoh ban rsturned to hij noo
at HoliwWburg, urwr tpanflhgf twin i
ittng Niagara Fails, BuKsio d Js y:
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