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BV-BNINfr LEDGBB-PHXkADETPHTA. MONDAY MAUGM 1, 1915.
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In thf tw&lfmijfer
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t Trn. and Mits. henry pratt mckean,
f IVlof Pinn Hlvcr Farm, Pcnllyn, left last week
tot Japan, 'n bo eono about six months. Mrs.
MeKean, It will bo romombcred, was Miss
Margaret M. nitcer, of New York.
!" Mrs. Vllllam Forsytho, of Morcland avenue,
Bt. Martin's, entertained at a luncheon on Sat
urday at tho Art Club In Honor of Miss Martha'
, Whltmer, dobutante daughter of Mrs. llobert
K "Whltmer. Following- tho luncheon, Mrs.
Foreytho took her Biiosts to seo 'Teg o' My
Heart." Among those present were tho Misses
Andcrsc, Miss Eleanor I'orcher, Miss Von
Buslterf, Miss Marlon Button and Mrs. Fred
Miss Virginia Lockwood McCain, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George Nox McCain, whoso
marriage to Stanloy aiaddlng Wilcox will take
placo on Thursday, will bo guest of honor at a
luncheon to bo given by Miss Marguerlto
Bholly at tho Manufacturers' Club. Tho guests
will lncludo Miss Brenda Cleveland, Miss Flor
ence Smltli, Mrs. William Campbell, Jr. A box
party will follow, to bo given by Miss Brenda
Mile. C. deP. Wguour, of 200G Pino street,
will bo at homo Saturdays In March after 3
o'clock. No cards.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Browning, of 245 South
16th street, woro guests of honor at a lunch
eon given by Harry S. Black at Palm Beach
yesterday. The other guests Included Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph E. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Barkllo Honry and Miss Edith Fisher,
A tea will be given this afternoon by Miss
Nina Lea, of 2000 Walnut street to Intro
duce Madamo Slavko Grouttch, wife of tho
Servian Secrotary of Foreign Affairs. Miss
Lea will bo assisted by the women who form
the honorary committee. Mmo. Grouttch ar
rived yesterday and Is tho guest of Mrs. John
Markoc, of 1630 Locust street.
Madame Groultch Is an American by birth
and was Miss Mabel Dunlap, of West Virginia.
She will remain hero for a week and during
that time will speak Informally on tho wants
and needs of her devastated country; She will
make appeals In tho way of farming Imple
ments and seeds of barley, wheat and oats to
replant tho fields laid waste by the war. Tho
women, young men and those not able to Join
the forces will bo tho tillers so that Servla
may be able to help herself and her strlckon
A muslcalo will be given by Mrs. Austin
Stevens Heckschcr at hor homo, 2213 Walnut
street, tonight. Miss Josephine McCulloh and
George Rothermel, of the Operatic Society, will
sing, and Mary WInslow Johnson will bo ac
companist. Many Invitations have been Issued
and the guests will Include Mr. and Mrs.
Charlomagno Tower, Mr. and Mrs. George
Wharton Pepper, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Emlen
Nowbold, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Brock, Mrs.
Arthur Brock, Mrs. Thomas Learning, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Brown Coxc, Mr. and Mrs.
Saunders, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lewis,
llr. and Mrs. Henry La Barro Jayne, Mr. and
Mrs. Alexander Mercer Blddlc, Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Drexel Blddle, Mr. and Mrs. Richard M.
Heckschcr, Mrs, Charles Brlnton Coxe, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles M. Lea, Mr. and Mrs. Barclay H.
Warburton, Mr. and Mrs. Ledyard Heckscher,
Mr. and Mr?, R. II. Bayard Bowie, Mr. and Mrs.
Leopold Stokowskl, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hor
nor Coates, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bertram Llpplncott,
Mr. and Mrs. Langdon E. Mitchell, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxe, Mrs. Alexander
Brlnton Coxe, Dr and Mrs. Joseph Leldy, Mr.
and Mrs. Aloxandcr Van Rensselaer, Mr. and
Mrs. Rodman Wanamaker, Judge and Mrs. J.
Willis Martin, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Newlln,
Mrp. A. Sydney Blddle, Mrs. Arthur Bid
die, Miss Chrlstlno W. Blddle, Miss Chris
tine A. Blddle, Mr. and. Mrs. Wasslll Leps,
Miss Leps, Miss Mnrlamne Blddlo, Miss Harriet
Blddle, Mrs William A. Piatt, Mrs. Charles
Piatt, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John L. Wentz, Mr.
and Mrs. G. Heldo Norrls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
E. Drayton, Mrs. J. Gardner Cassatt, Mrs.
Maurice Heckscher, Miss Gertrude S. Heck
scher, Miss Anna Ingersoll Meigs, Philip Goepp,
Henry MeKean Ingersoll, Gustav Heckscher.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis Pearson, 3d, of 1911
Bprute. Btreet, have returned to their home from
a trip to Atlantic City, N. J.
Miss Ellen Ide Kenney, of the Colonial, 11th
nnd Spruce streets, will be at home this after
noon and Monday afternoons, March 8 and 15.
Miss Phoebe Williams Adams has returned to
the Belgravla after a short stay In Atlantic
A number of girls and women are taking
advantage of the special course In landscape
gardening at the School of Horticulture for
Women at Ambler and the series of lectures
being given by Miss Lee. Among tho mem
bers of the class are Miss Annie Bunn, Miss
Maria Bunn, Miss Mildred Patton, Miss MIUI
cent N. Dana, Miss E. G. Flagg, Miss Frances
Tyson, Miss Helen G. Wilson, Miss Emily R.
Fox, Miss Mary Blaklston. Miss Edith Pyle,
Miss Mary Freeland. Mrs. John Orlbbel, Miss
Emily Smith and Miss Elizabeth Smith. Among
the students of the school who are taking up
tho course are Miss Lucy Lee Richardson, Mlssv
Emily Exley, Miss Frances Shlnn, Miss Eleanor
Lawrence, Miss Loretta Walker, Mss Frances
Gardiner and Miss Linda Hires. '
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
OVKHDnoOK Mr, and Mrs. William Logan
MacCoy, who have been staying with Mrs, Mao
Coy'a grandmother, Mrs. Wlstar Morris, of
Green JHU Farm, Overbrook, while their house
on City avenue Is undergoing alterations, will
return home today,
DALA Miss Saw Mahjon will entertain the
members of her class at the Friends' Central
School at a dance to be given at her home on
Bryn Mawr avenue the night of Friday,
. Miss Gladys Griffiths, of Chelsea, who hna V.n
fejWtlng the Misses Keefe on Llanberis road.
avR:, 1 J I
, e iiuiucu uume.
CYNWYD The Oynwyd Club Will eiva one of
Ita informal danca tonight In the clubhouse on
Llandrlllo road. A large number of the members
are expected to be present, some of whom wlU
, be. Mr ana; Mrs. Wilbur F. Hamilton, Mr. and
Wrs. Clinton GUllngton, Mr. and Mr, Walter
AdUoa Fox, Mr and Mrs. Albert Cross, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick C Newbourg, Jr , Wis Dorothy
V Ack, &Hw Xvpnn. Fuguet Keeie, MU IWro
tt Mecke, Mi gthel MeMitui, Mis Hlwbetn
Christie, Miss Louise de la F. Keefe, Miss Isabel
Sparing, Miss Dorothy Tily, Miss Grace Van
diver, O. S. Carter, H, M. Donovan, Howard
Mecke, Jr., Donald Spanogle, Jr., II. Lodge
Oliver, James E. Dolan, Joseph Keefe, Nathan
Sperlng nnd Mr. Adams.
Mlsa Dorothy Dlsston and Miss Lorrlno Dies
ton, of Norwood Hall, Chestnut Hill, will leave
tomorrow for Bellalr, Fla where they will
join their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stccl
man Dlsston, for the remainder of the Lenten
Mrs, William Coloman Freeman, of Cherokee
nnd Mermaid lane, has returnod to her homo
from Washington, whero sho 1ms been visiting
' Mrs. James Tattcrllcld and her children have
returned to Germantown nftor a visit to Chi
cago, where they were tho guests of several
friends. Mrs. Tatterfleld will make hor homn
at tho Dclmar-Morrls Apartments.
Mrs. John J. McDevItt, of 412 Lincoln drive,
will entertain at bridge on Thursday afternoon
Her gursts will Include Mrs. E. W. Olll, Mrs.
Ralph Knowles, Mrs. Ctarcnco J. Ralncnr,
Mrs. C. W. Ralncnr, Mrs. William R. Nlchol
Bon, Jr., Mrs. Charles E. Bartlett, Mrs. D. W
Elliott, Mrs. A. Delagrange, Mrs. Frank Dono
hue, Mrs. Bernard Mclghan, Mrs Mortimer
Eastburn, Mrs. Estcll Mooro and Miss Minnie
Miss Helen P. Scott, of Wayne nvenuo nnd
School lane, loft this week for a trip to Cuba
ALONG THE READING
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Thomas, of Jenkln
town, left this afternoon for Point Pleasant,
N. J., whero they will bo the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. John Swnrtz.
Mrs. Ferdlnnnd Frltsch was hostess at a
dinner party Saturday evening at her homo
In Park avenue. The houso was beautifully
decorated with spring flowers and tho guests
Included Miss Anna Parsons, Mrs. Richard
Gerker, Mrs. Charles Crast, Mrs. Arthur Tur
ner, Mrs. John Snyder, Miss Anna Lawrence,
Mrs. McCool, Mrs. Morton Smith and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis and Mrs. Albert
Leo Coffin, of Hamilton Court, are spending a
portion of tho Lenten season at Tampa Bay,
Fla. They will return to this city the middle
of tho month.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Dlnsmore Gideon, Jr.,
of 10 North 62d street, are receiving congratula
tions on tho birth of a son. Edwin Hoover
Tho Class of '92, Friends' Central School, held
Us reunion luncheon at Hamilton Court on Sat
urday. Covers woro laid for 23.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wall, of 43th and
Pino streets, are spemllng the Lonten season
at tho different winter resorts of Florida. They
will later go to tho Gulf for fishing, returning
homo Just before Easter.
John H. Doherty nnd his sister. Miss Ethel
P. Doherty, of 4923 Walton avenue, entertained
at cards Saturday evening.
MISS GERTRUDE STIER, of 4913 North
Camao street, and Curl A. Weber, of 4624
Greene street, Germantown, wero married last
night, by the Rev, John B. Love at the Logan
Baptist Church, Broad and Rockland streets.
MIS3 Lillian M. Wlso acted as bridesmaid,
and Robert M. Weber, brother of the groom,
was best man.
Following the ceremony there was a recep
tion at the bride's home, after which the
couple left on a wedding trip through tho East.
They will be at home April 15 at 3716 North
Invitations will be Issued shortly for the mar
riage of Miss Ann Gertrude Wick, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs, John E, WIcK. of 21st and
Venango streets, to Earl Ashcroft Havens,
which will take place on Wednesday night,
April 21, In the Protestant Episcopal Church
of the Resurrection, Broad and Tloga streets.
Miss Wick has selected her sister, Miss Reba
Wick, for maid of honor, and Miss ilarjorlo
White, Miss Elizabeth Flte. Miss Meta Weber
and Miss Blanche Barton for bridesmaids. The
bridal party will Include also Miss Yvonne
Havens, the young Bister of the bridegroom,
who will act as flower girl, Albert Hooven will
be the bridegroom's best man, and the ushers
will be William Clausen, Robert Emblcit, c.
Paul Ray, Jr., and Robert W, Polllck. The cere
mony will be followed by a reception at the
Mrs. Lou French, of 1849 South 16th street,
gave a dinner and pinochle party at her home
last week In honor of Mr, and Mrs, George
J, Orr, of Sherwood. Mrs. French has Just
returned from a week-end trip to Lancaster,
where she was the guest of Miss Clara tjuber,
of South Prince Btreet.
Mrs. Sturgla was hostess at a dinner given
at her residence, Mr. John R. Lee being the
guest of honor. Among the guests wete Miss
Louise Polls Francois, Miss Edith Robson,
Mlsa Mabel Lee, Mlsa Helen Louis, MUs Edna
Fasy, Miss Emma Sldell, Samuel E. Hown,
Q. H, Morris. Clark Wyle, H. Moore, q, Malby,
Jr., J. Purdy, Captain William Sturgls and
First Lieutenant O. ;E. Becker. Following the
dinner Miss Louise Francois entertained the
guests with many vocal numbers, assisted b
Mr- and Mrs. S. Makransky and the Misses
Makransky. pf 17 Wharton street, entertained
In honor of JJr. n4 Mrs, B. Kohn and MUs
EUia.be tb I Kohn, of Plymouth, Fa., and Dr.
L. w. Seho, of Baltimore, Ui,
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MRS. A. J. DREXEL BIDULE L'ndcrwood & Underwood.
Mrs. Biddlo is at present in Palm Beach, Pin., with her daughter, Miss Cordelia
Biddle. In the photograph she is seen dancinp with George Brooke, who is also
A reception will bo held during the coming
week at tho residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. William
Kalmbach, 2S.'l North Mth street, In honor ot
the home-coming of their daughter. Miss Helen
Kulmbnch, who created a considerable furoro
at tho fashionable resorts In Florida during
the winter season because of her attainments
with tho violin. Upon her graduation from the
Conservatory of Music In this city several yenis
ago many tempting inducements to take up
music professionally were offered Miss Kalm
bnrh. One of the most distinguished vocal
tenchers In town has recently discovered tho
young lady to be tho possessor of a lyric
soprano voice of unusually fine quality. Miss
Kalmbach Is well known in this city, due to her
many recitals for Boclal and philanthropic pur
poses. Miss Gertrude M. Sommer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Sotnmer, of 1E03 North 27th
street, entertained at cards followed by dinner
on Saturday. Tho color scheme was pink and
white, carried out In tho ilowers and favors.
Her guasts included Miss Gertrude Lauber,
MUs Virginia Sauror. Miss Helen -Lynch, Miss
Helen Schopp, Miss Mary Loughlln, Miss Doro
thy Groves, Miss Sylvia Kacrcher, Miss Carolyn
Hayes, Miss Laura Hackman, Miss Anna Som
mer and Miss Olga Smith.
Mrs. Harry C. Griesel will entertain at bridge
this afternoon at her home, 2246 North 20th
street, when her guests will be Mrs. David Fitz
slmmons, Mrs. J. Louis Wnechter, Mrs. Franz
Ehrllch. Jr., Mrs. William Bergcr, Mrs. Franlc
Schanz, Mrs. William G. Torchlann, Mrs. Ellz
abeth Matten, Mrs. Albert Baltz, Miss Jessie
E. S. Schanz, Mrs. Mary McCaulIey. Mrs.
Gullllam Claymer and Mrs. William Goll.
Miss Rose Walsh and Miss Edith Wolf, well
known in the social life of the younger set of
the Northeast, spent the week-end at Atlantic
Captain John Hughes. U. S. Marine Corps, sta
tioned at San Francisco, Cal., Is enjoying his
furlough at the home of his sisters, Mrs. Wini
fred Burke, Miss Claire Hughes and Miss Agnes
Hughes, 3182 Aramlngo avenue. The visit Is
Hughes has been separated from his sisters for
most enjoyable, due to the fact that Captain
12 years owing to the exigencies of his profes
sion. A reception will be given In the near
future In honor of the gsllan; marine, at which
many of his old school chums will be present. ,
C. W. Moore, of B33 East Cambria street,
has announced the engagement of his daughter
Lillian M, Moore, to Charles Newell, a prom
inent newspaper man of Cincinnati. It Is
planned to hold the wedding ceremony around
the Easter season, after which the young
couple will take up their residence in Cin
cinnati. Arrangements are now being made by
Miss Moore for a "bachelor" dinner March 21
at the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Theodore
Harris, 6606 Hagerman street, Tacony, to her
large list of girl friends.
The Six Jolly Sailors Club, composed of mem
bers of the police department stationed at tho
18th district, 4th and York streets, will give a
"sauerkraut dinner" at their clubhouse In WIs
slnomlng this coming Wednesday, The guests
of honor will be Lieutenant Keith, Sergeant
Brttnnan, Sergeant Schwab, Sergeant Little
and several friends Ini civil life. The
members of the club are Officers John Riley
Edward Bloom, John Ruehl, Harry Lassner,
James Delaney and James Whlteley.
The Cambria Athletic Club will give a dansant
at nock's Hall, Kensington and Allegheny
avennes, on Wednesday evening, March 17.
The committee In charge promises the best
affair n the history of the club and It will
Introduce many new features.
The 21st birthday of Miss Eva HU was cele
brated Saturday night at her home, 2426 North
Lawrence street. The decorations were very
pretty. After an Impromptu "500" dinner was
served, followed by dancing. The guests
were Miss Marie Moll, Miss Esther Williams,
Miss Sara, McOulre. Miss Hannah McPonough,
Miss Edna Snyder. Mlsa Carrie Moll, Miss Ag
nes Byder, Mls Catherine MoPqnouh, Miss
Anna MoLean, Miss Nora Lafrerty. Ralph
Kalck. Hatry Nagle. Frederick Nagle. John
Keashon, Arthur Walther. August Walther.
Joeoh Buf. Thomas MUs, George Suters.
Philip Lart pad Leonard demon, I
Eighteenth Annual Affair Will Be Held
Tonight at Mercantile Hall.
The 18th annual Purim Dress Ball will bo
given tonight at the Mercantile Hall, under
tho auspices of tho Congregation Beth Israel.
Tho master and mistress of ceremonies of tho
occasion will bo Mr. and Mrs. Lowls Btberman.
Tho ladles nnd gentlemen In waiting will be
Miss Reba Tonkonogy, Miss Reba Goldlch, Miss
Ilulda Apt, Miss Sarnh Hcndler, Miss Theresa
Frommer, Miss Ida Isdaner, Miss Hazel Frank,
Miss Miriam Ulimnn, Miss Julia Silverman,
Miss Lucille Rosenberg, Miss Glndys Meyer
horr, Miss Rose Jans, Miss Rose WIescn, Miss
Hose Malls, Miss Nlta Newman, Miss Freda
Spcrger. Miss Jcanetto Roomberg, Miss Rose
Porlsteln, Miss Florence Marks, J. Baer Bloch,
Dr. Samuel Greenbaum, Milton LIchtcnstein,
Jules A. Shapiro, Maurice FIschman, Snmuel A.
Rubin, Paul Halpern, Paul T. Goldenberg,
Theodore Goldflnger, Jacob LIchtcnstein, Sidney
Klein, Robert Susan, Harry B. Schultz, David
Rolovltz, Simon Malls, Adolph Goldman, Leon
Goodman, Ralph T. Buchsbaum, Irving Blau
ner and Sidney Blauner.
The Committee of Arrangements includes
Max S. Apt, Alexander Abrahams, Mrs. S.
Belle Cohn and Arthur Cohen.
A March wedding of much Interest will be
that of Miss Uriila Snlvely, daughter of Mrs.
Cynthia T. Snlvely, of 2014 West Tioga Btreet.
to Georgo E. Paules. formerly of York, Pa.,
which will take place on Thursday night, March
11, at the homo of tho bride's mother. Miss
Snlvely Is tho daughter of tho late Dr. I. New
ton Snlvely, who at tho time of his death a
few years ago was dean of the medical depart
ment of Temple University. Tho ceremony will
be a quiet one, but will be followed by a large
Mrs. John J. Bannon, of 3256 North Broad
street, will glvo a card party on Wednesday
afternoon for the benefit of tho poor children of
the parish at St. Stephen's Church, Broad and
Butler streets. The hostess will be assisted by
Mrs. Henry Burk, Jr. About 100 guests have
accepted the Invitations.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Trumbower entertained
at dinner and cards last night at their home,
1829 West Venango Btreet. Their guests wero
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Weland, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry G. Querns and Mr, and Mrs. Harry
"The Philosophers" Club gave a social night
at Its new clubhouse Saturday in Frank ford.
A dance followed the reception. During the
evening Miss Martha Morgan and Mr. William
AnteHch entertained the guests with musical
novelties. James Walker, an old minstrel, en
tertained the gathering with his witticisms,
and Frank O'Nell and Maurice Devlin gave
the latest song hits. Others present were
William Sproat, John Brown, Duke Bowers.
Raymond Stack, William Hamilton, William
Hagle, Leo Wilson, James Thurtle, John Mo
Oarvey, Anthony Haney, William MoAdams,
Harry Murray, Willis Flack and Edward Dia
mond. Two noted followers of the realm of
flstiana, Jack Redmond and Ad Wolgast, ex
champlon, were guests of Duke Bowers at the
affair, The girls present were Miss Mabel
Dressier, Miss Alice Meltz, Miss Mae Braten,
MUs Cat he r I n e Berry, Miss Mae Llnder, Miss
Anna Call, Mlsa Tillle Tinslnger, Miss Laura
O'Nell, Miss Ella Gaynor, Miss Olga Diamond,
Miss Elizabeth McShea, Mies Florence White,
Miss Anna Hanlon, Miss Winifred Warren,
Miss Cecil Baren, Miss Jeanette Paul and Mss
There will be a musicals Wednesday evening,
March 3, at the Frankford Methodist Episco
pal Church, given by the Adrian Quartet,
which Includes Mrs, Charles Castor, Miss Elsie
Blnker, B, Harris Knowles, George Kirkpatrlck
and Miss Edna 3. Reynolds.
CHESTER AND VICINITY
Miss Helen H, Irons, of West 2d street, has
returned from a. week's visit to friends at
Miss Elizabeth Devlns has returned to her
home on Bait Stn, street from Washington, D.
C. where she wa entertained by friends for
THE Lenten season, now In Its second week,
finds society's Interest In the nrt of terp
slchoro unabatod, nnd the hotels and clubs, fully
aware of the fact, have, most of them, Inau
gurated a new series of tea dances and supper
dances, to conttnuo until town houses nre
boarded Up and tho usual "summer flitting"
begins, So that Wednesday and Saturday aft
ernoons nt the Bellovue-Stratford, Saturday
nftcrnoon nnd evenings at tho Itltz-Corlton
nnd every afternoon nt Brooko Houbo find a
congcnlnt coterie tripping to tho strains of
tho orchestra nnd sipping between times.
Tho Rltz-Cnrlton dansant, which Is chap
eroned by Mrs. It. W. Hnwkesworth nnd Mrs.
J Hutchinson Scott, proved attractive on Sat
urday. Among those who entertained wero
Mr. and Mrs. It. Wilson McCrecdy, whoso
guests were Mr, nnd Mrs. Henry II. Pease,
Dr nnd Mrs. W. Reynolds Wilson, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Samuel Dexter Warrlner, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Edwnrd Hacker, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Earle
White, Mrs, J. Harrison Smith, Mrs. Burton
Price, Miss Marian B. Snow, Mr. and Mrs.
Jnmes Nlclds, Oliver Hopktnson Balrd, E.
Spencer Blight, Edwnrd Carey Gnrdlner, Ed
ward Osborne Troth, Archibald C. V. Wells and
Dr. James Weir Robinson.
At tho supper-danco In the evening among
those who entertained wero Mr. and Mrs.
Gardner Cassatt, Sir. and Mrs. Samuel E. Car
penter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Thayer, Mr.
and Mrs. R. II. Pnge, Mr. and Mrs. Churchill
WilllamB, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Howard Pnnconst,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Tevls Huhn, Dr. and Mrs.
Albert P. Frnnclne nnd Harry C. Adams.
The Rose Garden of tho Bellevue-Strntford
A. L. Phillips, of 6129 Ridge avenue, will glvo
a reception and muslcalo tonight at his home.
His guests, who are members of tho Rox
borough Melody Club, will lncludo Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. F. O.
Kecly, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. M. Simpson, Mrs. S.
D. Cornog, Mrs. II. II. Thompson, Miss Mil
dred Wethcrlll, Mrs. James Hlndle, Miss Leo
noro CaBsel, Miss Elsie Held, Miss Anna Du
Gau, Miss Helen Mattts, Miss Eleanor Hen
dren, Mrs. A. Tongue, Miss Jessie Allison, Miss
Edith L. Jones, Miss Elizabeth Simpson, tho
MIshcs Iva and Edith Kcrkcslagcr, Miss Helen
Irwin, Miss Florcnco Cornmnn, Mrs. Hunter
Lord, Mrs. Joseph Blnney, Mrs. Harry Cay
wood, Georgo W. Wentllng, William Smith,
William Hardman, Albert H. Allison, F.
Wlllnrd Cornmnn, John Hodgson, Edward Wil
son, Lester Blankln, J. E. Foerlng, Herbert
Hanna, M. J. Garrity, D. S. Bechtcl. J. H.
Foerlng, William Koely, H. Moyer, W. Moyer
and T. W. Schofleld.
Mrs. Howard W. Read, of North Lansdowno
avenue, entertained her daughter's dancing class
Saturday afternoon. Among the children pres
ent were Miss Helen Statzell, Miss Allco Stat
zell, Robert Statzell, Harlan Statzell, Mies
Muriel Krall, Miss Janet Krall, Miss Laura
Krall, Thomas Krall. Miss Eleanor Reld, Miss
Sue Reld, Miss Mary Voker, Carroll Marls, Ber
tram Balch and Ernest McKenna.
Mrs. James J. Breen, of La Crosso avenue, 13
visiting Mrs. Lenox Blrchhead, of Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, of Vera Cruz,
Cat, celebrated their golden wedding anni
versary hero Saturday evening nt tho New
Century Club. All of Mr. and Mrs. Stone's
children and grandchildren were present and
many of their friends nnd family connections.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederick Stone were present; Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Stone and their son and daughter
came from Detroit, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs.
Seymour Stone from Boston.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
Two Weeks, MON MARCH 8 Matinees
Beginning AW-vHN., IflAttUn O Wed and Bat
WM, A. BRADY Presents
DE WOLF HOPPER
and the Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Co.
Zna$lJr& I THE MIKADO
Wed Matinee PTTM ATT'OT?"!?. and Tr,al
Mid Wed. Night i 11N4.X1 KJIXlll by Jury
SfiS'&Sf.l I FlT' PENZANCE
Large Chorus and Orch. Prices 25c, 50c, 70c, $1, LB0.
1000 Srr SEATS $1 ?& 50c, 75c
Beat Sale Now 1100 Chestnut Street.
"IT f T TT1 and juniper
I . I , I I rS li , Continuous Vaudeville
VJl XJy J-f J-J jjjjo A. M to Ilj30 P. M.
George Felix & Barry Sisters
HAnRY. BREEN. BARTO & CbAIlKi Others
Extra Added Attraction Colored Scenlo
"Adventures on the Roof of the Earth"
Photographed by Fred Burllnsham.
ateat peril scenes laid around the Mallerhorn, Mount
Ulano and the Jungtrau.
Academy of Music Tonight
THE WAR WHO MADE IT?
A DERATE IN THE INTERESTS
Cecil Chesterton England
Hanns Heinz Ewers Germany
BEATS NOW ATJIEPPE'S BOo to II 60
' POPULAR OPERA MUSICALES
IN RECITAL FORM WITH PIANO AND
T O N I Q II T
MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 1, AT 8(15
BEATS 50o TO I, NOW, AT LEDGER CENTRAL
Continuous 10 A. M. to II P. M.
First Presentation Lubln's Masterpiece
Rneel-Un, "EAGLE'S NEST"
0 A. M. to It P M.
V A UDBVHIB
Six Banjo Fiends. Marie
CROSS THE VILLAGE CABARET
TrTTlV'G S"1 ,ner yture Acts
ivEl I O Program Changed Mon. and Thurs.
THEATREadta&y 10c EmL 8
MARKBT STREET Aa 18TH
Jl A. M TO litis P. M.
Wallace Eddlnger in
"A GENTLEMAN OS
TRQCADERQ Zallah ST
was a perfect Mecca on Saturday afternoon,
nnd every tnblo was occupied by gay parties.
Mrs. Georgo Fritz Chandler entertained at one
table nnd nt another table were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Brlnton, Mrs, Templn nnd Pehn
Among tho dancers was Miss Mary Stuart
Wurts, looking very attractive In a deml
tallleur of marlno blue Velvet trimmed with
collar and cuffs of skunk fur, with a smalt
black velvet hnt flaring at ono sldo and edged
with Bkunk fur.
Miss Mario Camblos woro n becoming frock
of Bnpphlre blue velvet effectively combined
with taffeta. Her bottle green hat waB trimmed
with tiny posies around tho crown. Another
party consisted of Mies Helen Gray Murray,
Miss Lnura Dotterer McCowen and Miss
Eleanor Bonsall. Miss Murray woro a smart
trottcur of black brondoloth with collar nnd
cuffs of fitch Her small, close-fitting black
velvet chnpenu was trimmed with black mer
cury wings. Miss McCowen looked extremely
well In n two-piece Bult of golden brown broad
cloth, qulto simple In cut. The coat, which
sloped sharply away from the waist line in
front, was bordered with broadtail. With this
costumo was worn a rather large brown Velvet
hat, with two nclf-toncd ears flaring out from
tho crown. Miss Bonsall's suit was a good
loktng model In hunter's green and black
Among those noticed were Mrs. Frank
Howe. Mrs. Henry Brown, Miss, Dorothy
Welsh, Dr. Daniel M. Hoyt, Earlo' Hepburn
and Thomas Dice.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm Potter nalUncer, of
East Mnple nvonue, Mcrchantville, entertained
about CO guests with "brldsa" and "500" last
Theodore Earlo Jennlnirs is convalescing after
an Illness of two weeks' duration.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Wilbur Taylor nnd Miss
Gwendolyn Taylor, of CM Linden street, and
their sucst. Gcorpo Taylor "Waeandt, of Balti
more, recently spent a few days at Atlantic
Mrs. William D. Weikel, of US East Maple
avenue, Mcrchantville, entertained tho Half
Hour Reading Club, of which sho Is the presi
dent, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mooro, of 237 King's
Highway, Hnddonfleld, are In the South,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, Conductor
Tno Concerts for the Benefit of the
THURSDAY EVO., MARCH 4. AT 8.1B
Mendelssohn's Choral Symphony, "LOBaBSANQ."
100 Musicians. Chorus of 800,
FRIDAY AFT., MARCH B. AT 3:00
Soloist. JOHANNA OADSKI. Soprano.
Program :TANNHAi:SEn, Bacchanale. Ellrabeth's
Prayer; LOHENGRIN. Vorsptel. Act I. Elea's Dream.
Vorsplel. Art III: TRISTAN UND ISOLDE. Scena
Act I, Vorsplel, Llebestod.
Resened seats r.Oc to 12 j Box seats 2 and I2.K0
Regular Symphony Concerts omitted this week
Tickets Now at Heppe'n, 1110 Chestnut street.
The Drexel Institute
ENGINEERING DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND
FREE PUBLIC LECTURES
MARCH B Friday, nt 4 p. m.
Tho Unseen Destroyers of Our Forest
Ily OELLERT ALLEMAN, Ph.D.
Profeesor of Chemistry, Swartbmore College
llujfratciZ bu Lantern Slides.
Admission by card only Reserved seat tickets may
be had on application to the Registrar. Drexel Insti
tute. D2d and. Chestnut streets If by mall. Inclose
B. F. Keith's Theatre
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