Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, March 08, 1915, Night Extra, Page 9, Image 9

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iMONO thoae who attended the Wtjj-Carlton
A -upper club dance on Saturday were Dr.
4 Mm Albert P. Franotno, Mr. nnd Mr. J.
iat Roberts, Mrs. Harold Sands, Mr. and
ir Caner Weldershelm. MIbb Margaret
tt'rtaht Ml" rhoebo Adams, Mlsa Eileen Moly
7ui Miss (lertrudo Khrot, Miss Ellen Jaquett
filers Miss Elizabeth Bcott. Miss Ocrtrudo
rlncoast Miss Anno Spencer, Miss Christine
sLkton, Miss Katherlne II. Kremer, Miss Ed-
im . Elklns Druner, Miss Margot Ellis Scull,
mim Mary Evelyn Chow, Miss Eltse Hopkins,
itinrv Movlns Adams, Harry Clifton AdamB,
Vi.Tsnder Mercer Diddle, Jr., Charles P. Davis,
rhird McCall, Whitney Wright. Urooko Ed-
dj Edward Nnsh, Georgo J. Harding,
lvei Henry. Wolcott Henry, Barton C. Hirst.
U winant Johnson, J. Thomas Liggett, Bar
U?tcFadden. John W. Mcars. Ashton Sender,
II B. Hodge. Lewis 1'arsons, Forrester Scott,
Holland Hunter.
Mr and Mrs. Charles Osborne have issued
lnrlUtlons for a dance at the Old York Road
Country Club In honor of their daughter, Miss
Carolyn Osborne, on Tuesday frrentng, April 6,
at s o'clock. The guestB, who will number SO,
will be mostly from the school set.
Harold Mason gave the second of a series
of tmislcates nt his studio. 1714 Chestnut street,
this afternoon. Ho was nsslsted In receiving
by Mrs. Mason and her sister, Miss Mary Elsa
La Vie, of New York.
The ladles of the Quaker City Motor Club will
serve tea In their clubrooms nt the St. James
on Wednesday, from 4 until 6 o'clock. The
committee In charge will receive and will In
clude Mrs. Edward G. Hollowell. Mrs. William
ff. Ingram, Mrs. Frank G. Stockloy and Mrs.
E. Schellenberg.
'Owing to the death of Mr. Morris" mother,
Mrs. Effingham B. Morris will not entertain
at cards on Wednesday.
' Mrs. Alexander W. Wlster, Jr.,. of 424
.,..-. ct,noi Tinner, lnnp. will trlvo a smalt
treat ovi.w.
nd Informal neighborhood tea on Wednesday
afternoon In honor of Mrs. J. Halgo Dalngcr
fleld, who has recently como to Gcrmantown
to live'. Receiving with Mrs. Wlster will be Mrs.
Walter Morgan Churchman, Mrs. Charles J.
Wlster, Mrs. Thomas Earle White, Mrs. E. L..
tioUiar l Mnr and Miss Dorothy Huey. Mrs.
.Alexander W. Wlster will preside, nt the tea
table.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodoro W. Heath, of 1538 Pine
street, will entertain at dinner tonight. Their
piests will Include Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ap
pleton, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Horatio G.
Llovd. Mr. and Mrs. Rodman E. Grisoom and
Wf Vi. arA Trn HnUmnn Wllnnn.
tlTi'
Mrs. Walter Langdoh Eustls will entertain
the Monday Euchre today nt her home, 2015
Pine streets. The members Include Mrs. Wlll
dm TV. Marls. Mrs. Clifford Lewis. Mrs. Wlll-
I, lan M. Lycett, Mrs. Jnmes Mifflin, Mrs. John
1 T. Lewis and Miss Nina Lea.
l 'Miss Ellon Ide Kenney, of the colonial, inn
'and Spruce street, will be at home, Informally,
' this afternoon. Miss Konney will give the last
,rcf her "at-homes" next Monday. No cards.
h The marriage of Miss Eleanor Moyn, whose
; engagement to Albert D. Barton was recently
, announced, will tnke place In June.
The Sigma Kappa Fraternity held its dance
at the Rlttenhouse on Saturday night. The
Cavaliers Club entertained at dinner prior to
! the dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Howard Williams, of
tin Greene street, Germantown, hive gone to
.Atlantic City for several days.
K The dancing class organized by Mr. and Mrs.
..Clarence Blackburn, of 3203 West Penn street.
' met Saturday night at the Wissahlckon. Mr.
end Mrs. Blackburn entertained Informally at
(upper afterward at their home. Among the
"'members are Mr. and Mrs. William T, Brown,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stevens, Mr. and
Mrs, Irvlns Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Brldenbaugh nnd Mr. and Mrs, George Leltch.
Mrs, niackbtirn has Just returned from, a visit
to Eston, where sho went to witness the play
'. In which her brother, Raymond Hitchcock, Is
"- starring.
Miss Margaret Waterman, of California, who
spent the winter in Boston, Is the guent of
Miss Grace A. Pennypacker, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac R. Pennypacker, of Bleddyn
'road, Ardmore.
Friends of Miss Helen H. Hodge will be
qrry to learn that she Is 111 at. the home of her
parents, the Itcv. Dr, and Mrs. George Woolsey
Hodge, 334 South ISth street.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
STJMVlD-s-Mr. and Mrs. William R. Verner,
.. Bt, David's, announce the engagement of
their dauchter. Ulna TT.tVinrinA Vomer, to
fChannIng Williams Daniel, formerly of Rlch-f-ond,
Vr.
r. D. Miller Shaeffer is visiting friends
In Pittsburgh.
s-jCharles b. Walton, aceomrmnled bv Miss
Martha, Walton and Joseph Walton, left this
v -. lor raim Beach, "where, they will join
b&Mrs. Walton.
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CHESTNUT HILL
Mr, and fra t a.i... ni.n iax nv
jfc, ' " "" " '"w "i "
uuue, spent the week-end as .the guests or
Byrs. Rulon'a brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
Faa Mm- Robert W, Steel, of Bryn Mawr.
.Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Dlsston have re-
"turned to their home from Bellalre, Fla.
kiMr, Frederick Ward, of Halifax, is at pres.
at visiting her sister. Mrs. Edward A. Ander-
pion, of Mermaid and Navahoe avenues.
GERMANTOWN
Mrs, John Duffy, of 148 Mavland street, and
Ur. Robert Foster, ol 6106 Baynton street,
sui give a large euchre and "500" tomorrow
,t St. Vincent's Hall, East Price street. The
PWoceedj will be devote4 to charity.
Mrs. Percy E. Kriabcl. of SO West Tillne-
ifcockea street, will entertain at Junchcpn fol
wd by bridge, this afternoon..
gy ' Agnes FlUp&trick Is spending a few
j m Germantown as the guest of her
"'brother. James A. MimiiHl. nf ESS Eat
,wahingtoU Une.
ffr and Mrs. Unrthn mtihtna.Neir. of 3204
rtVn G
f'Wt ps street, O.uo taw Manor, are
spending some time as the guests of Mrs.
Neff'a mother and father. Mr. nnd Mrs, Grellet
Collins, 4111 Walnut street.
The next dlnner-danco to take place at the
Automobile' Club, Carpenter nnd Emlen streets,
will be on Thursday cvonlng, March 18.
Mra. H. S. Prentiss Nlcols, of Mt Pelham
road, has Issued cards for Thursday morning,
March 11, at the New Century Club, 12th street
below Chestnut street, to hear the Rev. William
A. Sunday.
Mrs. William 8. Lloyd, of 23J Harvey street,
will hnvo as her guest In a few days her sister,
Mrs. I. F. S. Gray, of Snn Diego, Cal.
Mrs. Samuel Blspham Bowen, of 8407 Wayne
avenue, has returned to her homo from Bos
ton, where sho was the guest of her two daugh
teis, Mrs. Harold McNeil and Mrs. Walter
Alvln Carl.
ALONG THE READING
Miss Elsie C. Sutherland entertained tho
Betta Kappa Sigma nt her home In Logan on
Saturday afternoon. Those present were Miss
Elsa .Scheuerle, Miss Lillian Scott. Miss Mnbel
Peterson, Miss Marlon Lott, Miss Mary Steltzer
and Miss Mabel Becker.
MrB. Charles K. Scull, of Elltlns Park, hns
been spending sevcrnl weeks nt the different
winter resorts of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. William II. McCormlck, of Elk
lns Park, hnvo gone to Florldn, where they
will spend several weeks.
Miss Elizabeth Lukes, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Lukes, of Oak Lane, has been tho
guest for several weeks of Mrs. James Bradley,
of Vcntnor, N. J.
Mrs. Harrison Landls nnd Miss Esther Lan
dls, of Lawnton avenuo nnd Oak Lane, have
Issued cards for a tea on Saturday nftcrnoon.
March 20.
WEST PHILADELPHIA
Mrs. R. W. Spelcher, of Scranton, Pa., Is
tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Ulpprc.
nt 65 North C3d street.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Howard Shrlver, of Baltimore
avenue, hnvo returned from Washington, D. C,
where they wero the guests of Mrs. Shrlvcr's
brother, Congressman Stanley Bowdle. of Cin
cinnati, for soveral days.
Miss Laura Thompson, of Trenton, Is nt pres
ent the guest of Miss Ethel Leinau nt her home,
4216 Sprtico street.
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
A theatre party of South Philadelphlnns was
given at the Chestnut Street Opera House Sat
urday evening, after which a banquet was held
nt Hnlnes' prlvnte dining rooms. The guests
wero Miss Emma Beatty, Miss Olive Boehm,
Miss Bertha Christie, Miss Gencvla Duncan,
Miss Ella Field,, Miss Emma Field, Miss S.
Gertrude Field, Miss Mary Mosler, Miss Flor
enco Schrleber, Miss Laura Schroer, Miss Mary
Starr.
W. L. Loffard, Jr., of 2440 South 16th street,
entcrtnlned In honor of Harry Malscnwlke, of
New York. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
E. Toffard, Mr. and Mrs. William Mlntzer, of
Overbrook: Miss Madallne Toffard, Miss Mable
Keller, Miss Agnes Slmlster, James Conley,
John Loguo, James Delhanty, John Conley,
Tho evening was featured by the singing and
playing of E. Toffard.
The many friends of Andrew F. Shields, of
20th and Christian streets, will be glad to learn
that he is gradually recovering from his recent
accident, and expeots to leave the hospital to
day. Mr. Shields sustained a serious fall some
time ago on nn Icy pavement.
Dr. William J. Donnelly, of 2019 Christian
street, has Just returned from a short trip to
Wllkes-Bnrre, his homo town.
NORTH PHILADELPHIA
Miss Jane Ewlng, daughter of Mrs. William
C. Cooley, of 2815 North Broad street, will give
a tea with muHlc, from 4 to 6 o'clock, on Sat
urday evening, March 20, In honor of her en
gagement to Dr. Robert C. Shields, of Ger
mantown. The hostess will be assisted In re
ceiving by her mother, Mlsa Charlotte Fleming,
Miss Bcss'n Sobernhelmor, Miss Margaret
Lukes, Mlas Rachel Craig and Mra. William O.
Shields, Jr. Mrs. William G. Shields, Sr., and
Mrs. David Martin will pour tea. Miss Flor
ence Welghtman, a young harpist, who la win
ning laurels In all sectlops of the country, will
take part In the musical prigram. The tea will
be followed by a dinner and an Impromptu
dance for the young people who will attend the
bridegroom and bride at the wedding In June.
Mrs. W. HInchcllffe, of New York, Is the
guest of Mrs. Walter R. Eastburn, of 2141
North 18th street.
The Sigma Delta Sorority of the William
Fenn High School for Girls held Its annual
dinner-dance Saturday evening, at J he Adelphla
HoteL
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Gilbert, of 2027 Co
lumbla avenue, are being congratulated on the
birth of a aon, William Irvln, on March 6.
NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA
The frlenda of Miss Anna Stockman gave a
surprise linen shower at her home, 2634 North
Howard street. Those present Included Mr, and
Mrs. Philip Lair, Mr. and Mrs. William Corbett.
MUs Clara Corbett, Miss Reba Lair, Mr, and
Mrs. Charles Klug, Mr. and Mrs, Thomas
Maynes, Harry Maynes, Miss May McCusker,
Albert Porch, Mrs. Thomas AVallace, James
Wallace, Mr. and Mrs John Da.vIdson, Miss
Resale Davidson, Miss Emma Hlcklng, Mr. and
Mrs, Alex. Morrison, Mlsa Dorothy Morrison
and Philip G. Lair.
TIOGA
Mrs.'Mlnnle Shlnkle, of 3513 North 19th street,
wait given a novel and delightful surprise party
on Saturday ulght. The affair was a comedy
week-end party, with the following participants:
Mr. and Mra. John Nuttall, Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam P. Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fischer,
Mrs. Bonsai. Mr. and Mr. Frank Vandegrift,
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Weckerly. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Mayer, Mrs. Rlstlne, Mrs. Gay, Mr.
and Mrs. Wllberforco Johnson, Mls8 Palmer.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Herschel, Mr. and Mra.
Mervine SWokle and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Fried, the latter belny the gut of honor.
MRS. J. LESLIE DAVIS Photograph by Evans Studio.
Mrs. Davis will bo remembered ns Miss Izora V. Hunter. Dr. nnd Mrs. Davis
will leave today for California, whore they will spend a month.
DAYS AT HOME
A Number of Persons Are Still Receiving
Informally in Lent.
Among thoso who will receive todny are:
Mrs. Joseph H. Brazier nnd Miss E. Josephine
Brazier, of 1E03 Pine street, nfter 4 o'clock.
Mrs. William D. Wlnsor, 2019 Pine street,
after 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Edward F. Beale, 120 South 23d street
Mrs. William Horstman, 319 South 17th street.
Mrs. Robert Alexander, of Pelham Court,
Germantown.
Miss Ellen Ido Kenney, of the Colonial, 11th
and Spruce streets.
Mrs. John Lyman Cox, of 1235 Spruce street,
will not be at home this afternoon.
FRANKFORD
Mrs. Edward Monroe gavo a delightful lunch
eon of 18 covers Saturday, followed by music
and dancing. Mrs. Maurice Bert and Mrs.
James Wiley assisted In receiving. There were
piano solos by Mlsa Alice Traid, violin solos by
MUs Pauline Martin nnd vocal selections by
(Miss Ethel Moland and MIbs Fanny James.
Among those present were Mrs. James Bertolet,
Mrs. Albert Maddock, Mrs. Maurlco Llndy,
Mrs. Charles Grant, Sirs. Bert Jackson, Mrs.
Charles .Herman, Mrs. William Wledner, Mra.
Albert Green, Mrs. Edward MacDonald, Mrs.
Harry Campbell, Mrs. Thomas Moore, Mra.
Ralph Talley, Mrs. George White nnd Miss
Marlon Harmon.
WILMINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. John Kearney Rodgers re
turned this week from Jensen, Fla., where they
had been visiting Mr. and Mrs, Robert T. Gar
rison for a month.
Mr. and Mra, Alfred Curtis, who have ben
at Palm Beach, Fla., for some- time, will re
main South until the 1st of April,
MRS. BARCLAY WARBURTON
Mrs. Warburton is one of this city's
prominent matrons. She has been most
active in working for the Emergency
id.
I m isl fW'f i- ,w
ENTERTAINMENTS
"Masquo of tho Primitive Peoples" to Bo
Hold Easter Tuesday.
Attractive from their very qualntness are the
Invitations for the "Masque of the Primitive
Peoples" which will be held the Tuesday after
Easter Sunday. The unique entertainment Is
explained In this greeting: "The Purpose or
this billet, Gentlo Reader, la to crave most
courteously the Honour of your Presence at a
most unusunlle Entertainment to be given at
the 3d Quarter of the Moon which being trans
lated, means Tuesday, April 6th, at 8 o'clock
and at the Hall of Horticulture, which la In
Broad at, nr. Locust. On this oocaslon the
Spirits of the Pagan Past will return agalne to
earth, and disport themselves, masque fash
Ion, for your Delectation. There will bo Scenery
most weird and gorgeous with Dances barbaric,
and Muslo and Costumes which shall entrance
you by their richness. Here you will see old
Rameals and his train fresh come from the
Pyramids under the care of tho Fellowship ol
the Academy of the Fine Arts. Or do you prefer
America? Have patience In a trice the scene
will change to Mexico and the Aztecs, redone
by the T-Square Club. If your fanoy craves
Byiantlum, it shall be at your beckoning with
the help of the Pennsylvania Museum School
of Industrial Art; or Chine and Its Mandarins
and the whole civilization of Cathay directed
by tho ladles of the Plastic Club. There, too,
will appear the Indians of the West, shown to
you In their original civilization, and without
circus tawdrinees, by the Sketch Club. Yet
again Imperial Rome you have It anew with
all the resource that the Art Club has at Its
disposal; and lastly the Occult civilization of
Persia, which shall come to you with the School
of Design.
"In 3 or 3 turns of the Hour Glass you will
travel to the uttermost parts of the earth, and
into the very pit of Time, all In goodliest com
pany. And when the MaBque Is finished there
will be Dancing until the morning hours, when
you may clasp the hand of Araby and Egypt
and show them a thing or two of our modern
foot flinging,"
The masque will be given under the direction
of John F. Harbeson, with the following com
mittee: Mrs. C. Shlllard Smith, School of De
sign for Women, Mrs. Stauffer Oliver, Plastlo
Club; Miss Emma W. Thomas, Fellowship of
the Academy of the Fine Arts; Henry R. Rltten.
berg, Art Club; Charles K. Stephens, Sketch
Club; J. Frank Copeland, School of Industrial
Art. and E. Lewis Dales, T-Square Club.
John Frederick Lewis Is honorary chairman,
and the honorary committee Includes Mrs.
Cornelius Stevenson, lllss Violet Oakley, Miss
Emily Sartaln, Miss Cecilia Beaux, Miss Har
riet Eartaln, Leslie W. Miller, Charles Grafley,
Hugh H. Breckenridge, Dr, Thomas II, Fenton,
Herbert Welsh, Dr. A. C. Abbott. Henry Mc
Carter, Charles L. Borle, Jr.. and Abbott Mc
Clure. '
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Invitations have been Issued for the mar
riage of Miss Helen Whltaker, daughter of
Mayor and Mrs. Arthur C. Whltaker, of
Brldgeton. to Dr. Alfred M. Elwell, of 40T
Cooper street, on March 20.
Dr. E. A. Y. Schelllnger, of 8th and Cooper
streets, Is still confined to his home with Ill
ness. Mra. William MacAIUter. of Merehantvllle, l
recuperating from lier recent illness at Atlantic
City.
LETTERS from the Southland which con
i stantly arrive telling us of the many dances
which are given morning, noon and night at
the beach clubs or hotels would make It np
pear that there In a dearth of social gaiety
here In the North, but this Is by no means tho
case for, although the large formal affairs
may be given over until another season, nu
merous smaller affairs nre continually cropping
up, and these, with tho regular sewing and
study classes, not to mention the dancing
classes, which are an essential part of the
Lenten Bcason, keep society from being over
come with ennui.
The dansants which nrp given each Saturday
afternoon have taken n firm hold on our af
fections, nnd even for thoso few who do not
care to Join the throng on the floor the exhi
bitions nnd contests prove most entertaining.
Many groups of pleasure seekers found their
way on Saturday afternoon to tho ballroom of
the Rltz-Carlton, drawn thero to watch tho
dancing of Monsieur Roberto, tho refugeo Pa
risian dancing master, who Is exploiting the
latest French tango. M. lloborto danceH with
each of the guests. Theso thes dansanta are
under the direction of Mrs. II. W. Hawkes
worlh nnd Mrs. J. Hutchinson Scott, of Now
York, Mrs. Scott usually acting ns chaperone.
Mnrkel'a Orchestra, which Is brought from
Now York, Is one of tho drawing features of
the dansants.
Among those who entertained parties were
Mrs. J. Harrison Smith. B. D.awson Coleman.
Mrs. Davenport Plummcr. Mrs. Thomas Earle
White, Mrs. George Fritz Chandler, Mrs. Scott
and Samuel Wetherlll. Mrs. Scott's party was
In honor of her daughter. Miss Betty Scott,
who will be among the debutantes of next
EMERGENCY AID
A Concert and n Dance Will Be Given
Tonight.
Beside the daily contributions that am con
stantly flowing to tho Emergency Aid funds
there will be several entertainments given to
nlirht. The first will be a Lentcm concert of
I "English Songs" given by tho Ofphous Quar
' tit In the ballroom of tho Rltz-Carlton. The
program liaa been carefully arranged, and tho
following artists will participate: Edna Har
wood Baugher, Mnbel Addison, Henri Merrl
ken, Donald Redding and Ellis Clark Ham
mann at the piano.
Tho patronesses Include Mrs. Honry Brlnton
Coxo, Mrs. Richard Cadwallador, Mrs. William
Masters Comae, Mrs. James Elverson, Jr.; Mrs.
Edward T. Stotcabury. Mrs. Edward Browning,
Mrs. Stanley G. Flagg, Mrs. L. Webster Fox,
Mrs. John C. Groome, Mrs. John White Geary,
Mra. Cyrus H. K. Curtis, Mrs. John Grlbbel,
Countess of Santa Eulalla, Mrs. George Qulnt
ard Horwltz, Mrs. Austin S. Hecksoher, Mrs.
Arthur H. Lea, Mrs. Walter Llpplncott, Mrs.
Efllngham B. Morris, Mrs. Byron Moulton, Mrs.
George C. Thomas, Jr., and Mrs. Barclay
Warburton.
The second will bo a dnnce In the Rltten
house. Flowers, cigarettes and punch will be
sold by tho following nldes: Miss Helen Fry,
Miss Marlon Montgomery, Miss Helen Haines.
The patronesses Include Mrs. Frank S. William
son. Mrs. John Swan, Mrs. George Washington
Edmunds, Mrs. Charles Street Mills, Miss Clara
H. Dorfner, Mrs. John Honderson, Mrs. An
drew Jordon Klnkade, Mrs. H. H. Pelley, Mrs.
Haltert Powers Gillette, Mrs. George Henry
Beck and Mrs. J. Willis Martin.
LANSDOWNE
The usual luncheon of the Twentieth Century
Club will take place next Tuesday afternoon,
nnd Mrs. Robert F. Irwin will preside. The
luncheon will be followed by nn afternoon pro
gram, which will be In charge of Mrs. Seymour
Eaton. The speakers, as scheduled, will be
Mrs. Edward Blddle, former president of the
State Federation; Mrs. Kane Foulke, Adviser of
Home Sanitation nnd Household Economics for
the State Department of Agriculture, and Miss
A. M. Archambault, chairman of the Art Com
mittee of the State Federation.
AMUSEMENTS
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PHILADELPHIA
ORCHESTRA
LEOPOLD BTOKOW8KI, Conductor
Symphony Fri. Aftern'n, March 12, at 3:00
Concerts I Sat. Evening, March 13, at 8:15
Soloist: HAROLD RANDOLPH, Pianist
PP.OGP.AMs
Overture. "Don Olovannt" MOZAnT
Concerto No! 4. a Major BEETHOVEN
"nuitlo WediJIns;" Symphony GOLDMARK
"Invitation to th Dance" WEBER
Bean Now n Sale at Hepp'i, 1110 Chutnut.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
mrvMTr'TTrp TOMORROW NIGHT. SAT.
i UJN van. X mat. ana Saturday nioht
MR. WM. A. BRADY Presents
T-vm XITfXT Tjl and ,he GILBERT A
LJLU ULlV SULLIVAN OPERA CO. In
hopper The Mikado
Wed. Mntinee I PinSlfni'P
and Wed. NHht I x11irtiHi
and TRIAL BY
JURY
ThuFridywiiii. I Pirates of Penzance
Large Chorus Orch. Prices 25c. 50c, TSc, XI, 11.00
1000 ? Seats $1 rSUSST, 50c, 75c
Eetts 1109 Chestnut St. and Opera Home.
ACADEMT OF MUSIC
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 16. AT SUB
vT-mTTTTiT A XT TRAVELTALK
NTC WMAN Co,or View
IN U YY -UArxxT Motlon Pictures
if rT V T AMU Benefit Penniyjvsnla Medical
rlULli. IjVINJJ Missionary Society
TICKETS. It.SO. 11.00, 7Bo AND 50c, AT
HEPPE'fi. 1110 CHESTNUT
MAHKET STREET
AND JUNIPER
Continuous VaudevlIU
GLOBE
11:80 A. M, to 11 :.10 P. M.
"THE LAWN PARTY"
WATSON ft RUTWND. AL BURTON'S REVIEW
BYAL t EARLY. "SENATOR" FRANCIS .MURPHY
BVA" " THE LOWES. AND OTHERS "
9 A. M. to 11 P. M.
PALACE
1214Mavket
10c. 20c
VAUDEVILLE
NEWSBOY SEXTETTE
AND OTHERS
PHOTOPLAY
BLANCHE SWEET In
"Warren of Vlrglnls."
CROSS I sor1!tr Arabian Nights
trivc I Ft Other Meritorious Acts
XXLu 1 i- Frocram Chained Monday & Tbureday
THEATRE ,U0c f&W 8
DUMONT'S DTra? jffiSiFS?8
MAT. TODAY. IQo. 20c.
rPvnnnAnvn 'B OHARMINCI WIDOWS and
lTOCaUerO riUKCE38 KA mi "MA CHERIB"
season. The guests Included Mlsa Juliet
Schuyler, of New York; Miss Christine Stock
ton, Miss Polly Graham, Miss Lisa Norrla, Miss
Gertrude Pancoast, Miss Katherlne R. Hunter.
Miss Alice MacCabe, Miss Estelle Sanders and
Mlsa Anita Sanders, William Hopkins, L.
Brooke Edwards, Nathaniel Davis, Herbert Bell,
Barton Cooke Hirst and Charles Wharton, An
other party Included Miss Dorothy Dlnsmore,
Mlns Georgtanno Pltfleld, Miss Llndsey Batter
field. Miss Eleanor Orton, Calvin Satterfletd,
Jack Rlegle, William Douglas and Frederick
Sattcrflcld.
Tho Bellevue-Stratford the dansant, which
wan held In the North Garden Instead of the
Rose Garden, drew a throng of people. Among
those who occupied tables were Mrs, Warren
Powers Laird and her daughtor, Miss Mary
Hall Laird, who entertained a number of young
persons: Miss Anna Mary Walthour, Mlas Elis
abeth Kennedy, Miss Katherlne Hunter, Geof
frey Bunting, Thomas Dice, Frederic Brewster,
Naval Constructor Edward Klntner nnd Mrs.
Klntnor, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smedley, Dr. James
A. Dabbltl, Joseph McAleer, Mrs. Van Court,
Mr. nnd Mrs, Edwin G. Close, Miss Helena
Smith, Mrs. Hclon Bancroft, of New York; F.
Avery Jones, Mr. nnd Mrs. William H. Folwell.
Miss Leonora Walz, Miss Edith Walz, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis McGrnth, William A. Atkins, L.
Brooko Edwards, Miss Lnurn. D, McCowen, Miss.
Helen G. Murray, Miss Lonore E. Kaye, R.
Norrls Henderson, Gordon Urquhart, Mrs
Charles Knlttel nnd Mr. Kollock.
Mrs. May Temple, the chaperone, has com
posed a fascinating fox trot air, which re
ceived vigorous npplause. A dancing contest
will be the feature of next week's tho dansant,
which will bo held In the Rose Garden, as formerly.
ROXBOROUGH
Tho nnnual dinner of tho Men's Bible Class
of Ebenezcr Methodist Sunday School will ba
held on Thursday night, In the chapel of tha
church, Gay street and Mansion avenue. The
Itev. Dr. Arthur Sf Walls, pastor, who la
tenchcr of the class, will make an address ot
welcome, and Charles A. Flanagan will be
toastmaslor. Othor speakers will be Frederick
J. Shoycr, cx-Dlrector of the Department of
Supplies, nnd the Ilev. Dr. Linn Bowman, of
the Spring Garden Street Methodist Church.
The addresses will be Interspersed with vocal
and Instrumental solos. A profusion of spring
flowers and ferns will form the decorations.
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