Evening public ledger. (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, March 09, 1915, Night Extra, Page 9, Image 9

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    KVByiffG LEDgER.pmLADfiLPttTA TtTESDAY, MARCH 9, T915.
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IVlSd BLEANOn AnNETT, of 2118 Pin
iVT .(reel, wilt Rivo ft small Informal costumo
Jtneo on Saturday night.
P -. Rtimrt Wurts. of 826 Spruco
Met. Is visiting Miss Mary drecnough. tho
laughter cf Mr, and Mrs. David areonough,
In Boston.
i'... .-a m. William B. Kurtz entertained
Wt members of the Science and Art Club at
L...i lout nlitht. Admiral C. Goodrich gavo
in Illustrated lecture on India. Among thoso
ereient wero , -
rmts, Jr.. Mr- nnd Mrs. Frank Miles Day,
Xlr, ana Mm. ii ' -.
ifr James Mapes uougo, mr. anu mra. uuwn
Emlen. Mr. and. Mrs. Dllwyn Wlstnr, Mr. and
Mr8 Jphn Winston, Mr. nnd Mrs. Reynolds
Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Woodruff Jones, Mr. nnd
ites. Wlllinm u. 1'OUIKC, Jir. mm niru. iiukcii
TAhnnon. Mr, nnd Mrs. Spcry llownrd-
if.i. Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis R. Strawbrldge,
Dr. Jeph McFnrlan, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Del
Till', Miss Howell nnd Edward Howell.
r nii-hnrd S. Edwards, of 211D Locust
ltrt who has been on tho house party of
i Ai.rnnder Tiers, of Now York, at Talla-
lajsee, Fla.. has returned to this city.
' A ta will bo given this aftornoon by the
Geographical Society, In their rooms In tho
Wltheraooon Building, In honor of Miss Eliza
II. Bcldmoro, one of tho most noted woman
geographers of this country and foreign sec
retary of tho Nntlonal Geographical Society.
Mil Scldmoro Is a groat traveler and has writ
ten many books, Including thoso on Alaska,
IJjpan, India, Java and a rccont one, "Ab tho
Hague, Ordains."
) Mrs. Howard Ford Hansol will preside at
the tea table at the dansant on Thursday aft
ernoon at Brooke Houso, 1813 Walnut stroot.
A number of next ycar'B debutantes will as
sist In receiving.
; Mrs. John W Townsend, of 2228 Locust
itreet, has returned from a week's visit In
New York.
Vn. Carroll Carter has announced the en
gagement of Miss Alice Plunkett, formerly of
California, to Charles F. Mitchell, formerly of
Wllkes-Barre, now of this city. No date has
been set for the wedding.
A eubscrlptlon danco will be given at the
Philadelphia Cricket Club on April 14, which
kill be chaperoned by several of Chestnut Hill's
prominent oung matrons.
The Glee Club of tho Wlllinm Penn Charter
School will clvo a concert on Friday evening,
If arch M, at the Bellovue-Stratford, to be
followed by a dance.
Mlia Eleanor Turnbull, who has been visiting
gUrs. Clarence Fontaine Maury Leldy, has re-
I turned to Baltimore, Md.
The annual meeting of the Hahnemann Hos
pital Association was held at tho Bcllevue
Stratford this morning at 11 o'clock for tho
election of officers and hearing reports. The
meeting was addressed by the following
named: Itev. G. BIckloy Burns; Dr. William A.
Pearson, dean of the Hahnemann Medical Col
lege; Dr. Thomas H. Carmichael, Dr. William
W, Speakman, Dr. D. Bushrod James, Charles
t. Barney, president of Hahnemann Medical
College and Hospital; Charles P. Perkins, treas
urer o$ Hahnemann Medical College and Hos
pital. Tha officers of the Hahnemann Hospital As
sociation are Mrs. Thomas H. Carmichael,
president; Miss Sarah M. Llvezey, recording
secretary; Mrs. Gideon Boorlcke. corresponding
secretary; Mrs, M. J. P. Jenkins, treasurer.
, The association has a membership of 125,
among whom nre tho following: Mrs. J. Albert
Caldwell, Mrs. J. Lewis Crozer, Condesa de
Bama Eulalla, Mrs. John Grlbbel, Mrs. Charles
A, Potter, Mrs. George C. Thomas, Mrs. Ernest
jL. Tuatln, Mrs. Dlllwyn Wlstar.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Devenney announce
I the engagement of their daughter, Miss Emllle
fDerenney, to Dr. Vincent J. Fenerty.
I,; Mrs. II. A. Plersol, of Swarthmore, Is visiting
Iker mother, Mrs. Albert E. Peterson, of Linden
t avenue.
j'Mra. Charles Howard Colket.of 200S De Lancey
place, entertained at bridge today. Her guests
Included Mm. Wnlta. T Tlal.Y Mra TTnronrri
n'...:., : ".' ... .: "
. uuvia, airs. a. Lincoln Bteelman, airs, nenrjr
8,' Grove, Mrs. Walter II. Bryant and Mrs.
Frank Pearson.
jfilr. and Mrs. Colket will leave on Thursday
for Plnehurat, N. C. to remain for a fortnight.
fMra. Charles B. Mathews, of Haverford
Court, Haverford. entertained at luncheon to-
toy at the Belleyue-Stratford
Mrs. Walter Jackson Freeman antartsJnitd her
triage, club at her home. 1133 Bpmcs street, to-
pUra. Freeman la entertaining Mra. Barnard
jOOpln, of Baltimore, Md., this week.
iAt the residence Of Mrs. Matthew Remnla. 1910
Bgrttee street, the Sewing Class formed by
iiHi members of Miss (-ni' nihi. rin win
.ESj! h' morning and the following Tuesdays.
ww.memoers Include Mrs, William W. Arnett,
'kfra. A. J TJflllMa nivnn Xft. -DUn Ti
jpompaon, Mtas Eleanor Arnett, Miss Mar-
Klu i "-" " iiuain d. aiyers, Alias
fen Sample, MUs Mary St. Williams, Miss
I'1LtUla. B. Bcott.
MUn. Franklin McCrea Wlrgman -will receive
Informally thi nii.nir, ,i v,.- t.. m
lgn street, from 4 until 6 o'clock. Mrs, John J
Pjrgman wiu also be at borne the foUowlng
Jpesdaya during this month. No cards have
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Kpi "Pni QUI.
PS Johtl fVlrfiV Ttirm tvIII miivm. V&M.
m the Equal Suffrage Franchise League on
s"y evenmg, March 16, at her honie, 18JJ
f street The following artlats will tako
Howard Battay, vlollnlat; John Tomp
?n. planlat; Madame William Latta Nn.
LU- Soprano. Ml Uirv NfiurkIrO .nnlmlln
pi Dr. John Hirst, tenor.
plia Jtssl Wright, who has been the guest
v jonn aubert, of "Hilltop," Bydal, for
fit ek.
t Mid Mr. Morton n. Fetterolf. of Bydal,
rSfflejl On Sunday from Delanil. M nrhara
m Hani two ftk a thf Swata pf Nji d
m, im? MtKa, ws M.T nouao tntre.
Morgan Hebard nnd family nre spending
tho remainder of the winter nt Miami, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Moyn, Jr., of East Graver's lane,
nre spending several weelts In Atlantic City,
N. J accompanied by their two daughters.
Miss Marian and Mlaa Etcnnor Moyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sill Clnrk, of Highland
avenue, left their homo Inst week to visit Mrs.
Clnrk'B father, General Dudley Avery, of Lou
Tho Sophomoro Class of tho Stevens School
will gtvo a tea In honor of the Senior Class, on
Friday afternoon, Mnrch 12, nt the Automobile
Club, There will bo n concert preceding by
tho members of tho Germantown Academy Glee
nnd Mnndolln Clubs. Tho walls will be hung
with yellow nnd bluo school banners, nnd the
tea table decorations will bo daffodils and corn
flowers, tho school colors. Miss Mary Bcntley,
principal of tho Stevens School, together with
Miss Mary Mills, the assoclnto principal, will
preside nt tho tea tabic. Tho members of the
Sophomoro Class are Miss Charlotte Cherry,
president; Miss Jean Speesc, vice president;
Miss Nntnlln Bllzard, secretary; Miss .ulldrod
Havens, Miss Edith Ketcham, ' Miss Marlnn
Hnrpcr, Miss Mnry Louise McCown, Miss Mar
garet Shoemaker, Miss Margaret Rich, Miss
Harriet Smith, Miss Alicia C. Buehlor. Miss
Gencvlovo Dlllcnbeck, Miss Elsie Emerlck, Miss
Isabel Brown, Miss Mary Closson. Miss Marian
Stearns, Miss Annettn Leo MacGrath.
Miss Ellen Lamont Patterson, of Georgetown,
Md., is tho guest of Mrs. George R. Green, or
413 West School lane.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Norman B. Mathlcu have re
turned from their honeymoon nnd will receive
friends at their home, 5316 Germantown avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John W. Goodfellow, of 232 West
School Innc, havo been entertaining their son,
Arthur Goodfellow, of Detroit, Mich.
Edwin Atlec, of West. Coulter street, recently
returned from n trip nbroad.
Miss Johanna Sweeney entertained nt "600"
last evening nt her home, B3B0 Wlngohocklng
terrace. Her guests wore Miss Edna Walsh, Miss
Gertrude Conlln, Miss Mario Duffy, Miss Agnea
Comber, "Miss Helen McEvoy. Miss Marie
Keonan, Miss Gertrude McEvoy, Joseph B.
Campbell, Frank Kcphart, EdwnrJ Hague, Al
Cunningham, Edward Cnmpbell, Edward Trainer
nnd Jack Morton.
Mrs. Crichton Mnlcolm and her daughter, Miss
Grace Malcolm, of Ml Lincoln drive, are spend
ing a fortnight In Atlantic City.
Miss Rebecca Margaret Hnag, accompanied
by her brother, George 1'nrrls Hnag, of 4837
Cedar avenue, will sail from New York on Sat
urday, March 27, for Bermuda, where they will
spend the Easter holidays. They will return
home April 12.
Clarence M. Darden, formerly of Richmond,
Vn., n representative of tho draughting de
partment of the Louisville and Nashville Rail
road Company, Nashville, Tenn.. Is spending a
row days here ns tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. B. McDonagh, 5324 Chestnut street. While In
tho city Mr. Darden will Inspect the Baldwin
locomotive plant.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer Hlcks will go
to Atlantic City for tho Easter holidays to Join
a houso party, which will be given by Mr. nnd
Mrs. Percival Thomas, Jr.
Miss Florence Elliot, of 4537 Spruce Btroet,
entertained her bridge club this afternoon.
Tho members Included Miss Mary Mock, Mrs.
John Morgan, Mrs. A. 11. Davis, Mrs. Thomas
Klbler, Mrs. William Motzgor, Miss Hettlo E.
Myers, Miss Martha Shlbley, Miss Gertrude
Kelley, Miss Grace E. Myers and Mrs. Richard
W Nelms, Jr.
Mrs. Frank T. Kllgore, of 4DI2 Marvlne street,
Logan, entertained at luncheon, followed by
cards, yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Kllgore's guests
were Mrs. Thomas C. Poole, Mrs. Robert W.
Klncade, Mrs. Frederick J. Krebs, Mrs. George
W. Lord, Mrs. F. J. Glmbel, Mrs. Thomas H.
Jackson, Mrs. John F. Costello, Mrs. Alex
ander, Mrs. Melnotte Schruffler, Mrs. Morris
Peterman and Mrs. Paul Huyette.
Mrs. James F. Hall entertained the members
of her sewing circle yesterday afternoon at her
home, 6301 North Park avenue, Onk Lane. Mrs.
E. B. Neuhauser, Mrs. A. U. Dudley, Mrs. C.
H. Anthoney, Mrs. B. G. Hltchner, Mlas Lily
Marlon, Mrs. Albert Gee and Mrs. Deneke wilt
be her guests.
The next meeting of tho Pioneers Branch
of the Clvlo Club will take place at tho home
of M. G. Robinson, North 11th street, Oak Lane,
this afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock. T vin k
served during the afternoon and Mrs. Robinson
will act as hostess. There are about 65 mem
bers? Miss Dorothy Stauld will entertain at bridge
thl afternoon at her home on Woodbine avenue.
Oak Lane.
The A. W. T. Society of the Oak Lane Bapr
tlst Church will gtvo a chicken and waffle up
per Thursday evening,
A sewing class, which has been meeting for
a number of years past among the Friends of
Lansdowne, Is now giving Its time to tho mak
ing of garments for the French and Belgian
refugees. Through Mrs. Luoy Blddle Lewis the
things are sent right to the Society of Friends
in England, which personally distributes the
contributions among the needy. Among the
la'dles who are helping are Mrs. Lucy Blddle
Lewis, Mrs. Howard White, Mrs. J. E. Baker,
Mrs, Samuel Bartram, Mrs. William R. Fogg,
Mrs. Anna Comly, Mrs. Marshall Hannum, Mra
Carrol C. Llpplncott, Mrs. Samuel Ogden, Mrs.
B. Elmn Pyle, Mrs. E. A. Thompsdn, Mrs.
Arthur Shrlgley. Mra. Barclay White. Mrs,
George Foster White, Mrs. Anna Stewart, Mlsa
Emily Wilbur and Mra. 8. Read Warren.
Mrs. Walter L. Webb, of Runnymed avenue,
a entertaining Mrs. David A. MacOregor. of
WestfleUl, N. J.
Frank O. O'NtlU and Ms alster. Miss Irene
O'Neill, of Sowth Dartmouth,, Man,, will r
tsra from 8and te lstltr jrt of this
Miss Gnlbraith is a popular member of tho younger sot in Lansdowne. She hns
appeared in n number of amateur theatrical affairs recently.
A surprise party was given In honor of Mrs.
Adolph Hlrchberg on Sunday night nt her home.
1533 Latona street. A Dutch supper wns served
nnd music was rendered by tho Hlrchberg
Orchestra. Exhibition dancing wns given by
Mrs. Hlrchberg nnd John Hlrchberg, nnd solos
by Miss Dlnl.th Futcrmlk and Mlsa Anna Solo-
man. Mr. Hlrchberg presented his wlfo with n
trip to tho Panama Exposition.
Among those present were Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hlrchberg, Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin Futermlk,
Mr. and Mrs. Max Futermlk, John Hlrchberg.
Philip Hcrchberg, Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Solo
man. Miss Bertha Hlrchberg, Miss Leah Futer
mlk, Miss Dlnnah Futermlk. Miss Leah Wolfe,
Mr. and Mrs, Isaac Wolfe nnd Samuel Goldberg,
of New York.
Mrs. William Clark, Jr., entertained the mem
bers of her Lenten sewing circle at her home,
1937 South Btreot, Inst evening. Her guests
were Mrs. Jnckson Downcs, Mrs. William
Thackeray, Mrs. John E. Hutchinson, Mrs.
Alden Clarke, Mrs. Raymond Patrldge, Mrs.
Samuel Mellln.-nnd Miss Mary Scott, Mrs. Will
lam Weber, Miss Rose Borkon, Mrs. Arthur
Elliott and Miss Catherine Bennett.
Miss Gladys Monsalvatnge was hostess last
evening to the members of her "500" club, at
her home In the GIrnrd Estate, 192S Shunk
street. Sixteen guests were present, and an at
tractive luncheon followed tho game.
Mrs. Albert A. Mcllnrd was tho guest of
honor at a delightful theatre party last evening,
given by her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin
Schlorer, of 1009 South Front street. In honor
of her birthday. Aftor the thentro tho guosts
had supper at the Rltz-Carlton.
Mrs. Hugh C. Mooro Is at present entertain
ing Miss Lottlo Thompson, -of Now York, who
will remain for about 10 days nt her home, 1522
South Broad street.
Mlsa Mae MacNellle, of Atlantic City, will
come to the city tomorrow to be the guest of
Mrs. and Mrs. George Vnn H. Potter, at their
home In the GIrnrd Estnte, 2503 South 20th
Btreet. Sho will remain for about 10 days, and
on her return to Atlantic City sho will be ac
companied by Mrs. Albert B, MncNolllo, who
will remain with her until May or Juno.
Mrs. Lewis Thomns, of 2103 South Broad
street, will give tho third euchre of her series
this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, nt the Corley
Club, 11th and Jackson streets. So far these
euchres have proved delightful nffnlrs, and as
the proceeds are generously donated to the poor
of Epiphany Parish, the cause is a most worthy
Mra. Fritz, will be remembered as. Miss
Edna MacMunn. Mr. and Mrs, Fritz
have recently returned from their wed-
dJjno- trip.
,x! 'vz
In honor of tho birthday anniversary of Ben
jamin Franklin Ellis, 3d, n party will bo given
by his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin F. Ellis,
Jr., nt their home, 2553 North Broad street, this
Thoso who will attend are, Mrs. George
Egolf, Mra. A. B. Ellis. George Jenkins, Willis
Jenkins, Harry Egolf, Jr.. Chnrlcs Egolr. Miss
Miriam Schwlnn. Miss Ruth Delgnrt, Jacob
Knapp, H. Kennett Gutsche. Willis Ward,
Jerome Ward, Miss Dorothy Ward, Miss Ethel
Ward, John Rcldlngcr nnd Miss Viola Knapp.
The Ladles' Aid Society of the Catholic
Home for Destitute Children held Its monthly
card party yesterday afternoon, at tho Homo for
Girls, 29th streot and Allegheny avenue. Tho
proceeds of these card parties aro for the fund
to found nn Industrial Bchool for poor children,
and so far havo been qulto successful.
Miss Mnrlan Mnnsbach, of 1433 Diamond
street, Is spending some tlmp in Baltimore, Md.,
where she Is tho guest of her slater, Mrs. Maur
ice Bendunn.
Mrs. Julius Hlrsh, of North Broad street, Is
passing the week In Pittsburgh, Pa,
Mlsa Irene Weber, of North 17th street, enter
tnlned the members of her bridge club last
Mlsa Sarah Kolinsky, of 1721 North Sth street,
gave a Dutch supper to a number of her friends
nt her home. Those present were Miss Florence
Mittclman, Miss Lillian Kolinsky, Miss Flor
ence Oberfleld, Miss Anna Rosenwclg, Miss Eva
Frankel, Mlas May K. Kolinsky, Miss Ella
Kates, Miss Molly Nadlor, Miss Mao Schrul,
Miss Kathlyn Meyers, Miss Lena Paskman,
Miss Bess E. Wesscl, Mies Sara Clarfeld; Mau
rice Frankel, Bummlo Burak, Frank Plotnlck,
John Boll, Albert Adelson, Isadoro Frankel,
Hurry Miltonberg, Lewis Isaacson, Edward
Cowan, Samuel Kolinsky, Lewis Flshscraper,
Harry Clearfield, Joseph Dublnsky, Maurice
Maen, Harry A. Simon, Wlllinm Maen, Leon
Iercalwltz. Joseph Gilbert and Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kolinsky.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hackenburg. of 953
North Sth street, made a short stay at tho
Royal Palaco Hotel, Atlantic .City.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lelman, of 918 North
Marshall street, announce the betrothal of their
daughter, Miss Clara Lelman, to Nathaniel
Mr. and Mrs. J, H, Hnrtzell, of 1702 Erie ave
nue, entertained at "600" last night. Their
guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. Jevons, Mr. and
Mrs. R. Ritchie, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hallowell, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Wallworth and Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mrs. Walter B. Lake, of 15SJ West Erie ave
nue, a popular hostess of Tioga, will give a
luncheon, followed by cards, today, at her home.
The decorations will be pink, sweet peas
being the flowers used. Her guests will be
Mrs, Edward I. Bacon, Mrs. Seton Rich, Mrs.
Henry Palate, Mrs. James Turner, Mrs, Harry
D. Stevens, Mrs. Charles Jarden, Mrs. Charles
Kindt, Mrs. Samuel Larzalere, Mrs. Louis Fort
ner, Mrs. Andrew MoICee and Mrs. Frank M.
Snyder, of Jenklntown.
Mr, and Mrs. Alexander Engelke, of 1815 West
Ontario street, are entertaining Mr., and Mra.
W, Bowker, of Atlantic City,
The Rev, Dr. John Gordon, of 3711 North 18th
street, had as his guest over the week-end the
Rev. Dr, John L. Campbell, of Cambridge,
Mass., pastor of v tho largest church In New
Mrs. Llnd Mason Baker, of 1805 West Erie
avenue, entprtalned at luncheon and bridge yes.
terday, when her guests were Mrs. Walter
Cregar, Mrs. Clarence Howett, Mrs. Robert
McCreary, Mrs. Harry Kuhn, Mrs. Charles
McCue. Jr.. Mrs. Louis G. Green, Mrs. W. Class,
Mrs. John Roberts, Mrs. George N. Fleming,
Mrs. James Thompson and Mrs. Louis Cave.
Mlas Helen Eells. of 84U North 15th street,
will entertain the following at cards on Thurs
day atfernoon: Mlas Emma, Lawrence, Mlsa
Edna Scull, Miss Charlotte Flaming, Miss Flor.
ence Gelkler. Mlas Dorothy Greaves. Mlas Allca
AIcFadden, Miss Marian Jones:, M Mildred
Heist, Mlas Peatriot Rottner. Miss Adallne
Froelkh, Mtas Hazel Crawford, Mlsa Vlolat
Carson and Mlsa Florence MacMorrla,
M. C, and Mrs. Shepnrd will glvo a dance
nt their home, In the GIrnrd Estate, 2332 South
21st street tonight. Their guests will bo Colonel
Littleton Waller T, Waller, U. S. M. C, and
Mrs. Waller, Captnln T. C. Turner, U. S. M. C,
nnd Mrs. Turner, Lieutenant A. A. Vnndcgrlft
U. S. M. C, and Mrs. Vnndcgrlft, Major It! S.
Beikelcy, If. C, M. d nnd Mrs. Berkeley, Cnp
tnln Rlcnnrd U. Crcccy, U. S. M. C, nnd Mrs.
Crcecy, Captain W. N. Hill, U. S. M, C nnd
Mrs Hill, Captain F. F. Ilobards, U. S. M. C
nnd Mrs. Rohnrds, Lieutenant Colonel W. C.
Neville, U. S. M. C, nnd Mrs. Neville, Captain
E, T. Fryer, U. S. M. C and Mrs. Fryor, Major
H. Lee, U. S. M. C, nnd Mrs. Lee, Lieutenant
Commander Rnymond S. KeVcs, O. S, N., and
Mra, Koyts, Cnptnln A. S. Williams, U. S. M.
C, and Mrs. Wllllnms, Lieutenant Chnrlcs A.
Lutz. U. S. M. C, nnd Mrs. t.utz, Lloutcnatit
W F. Cochlnne, V. S. N., nnd MrB, Cochrane,
Lieutenant Commander Guy A. Hlssett, tJ. S.
N., nnd Mm. Blssctt, Pnymnster A. B. Court,
U. S. N., nnd Mrs. Court. Llcutonnnt Arthur
T. Barney, V. S. N., nnd Mrs. Bnrney, Lieu
tenant Snmucl W. Bognn, U. S. M. C, nnd Mre.
Bogan, Ltcutennnt J. Q. Adams, U. S. M. C,
and Mrs. Adams, Lieutenant C, T. Blackburn,
U. S. N., and Mrs. Illnckhurn, Mrs. Hoyt, Mrs.
Clark, Mrs. Vuite, Mrs. Wilcox, Mnjor C. S.
Hill, TJ. S. M. C, Cnptnln Mncker Uabb, U. S.
M. C, Major Smedloy D. Butler, V. S. M. C,
Captnln J. R. Horton, U. S. M. C. Lleutcnnnt
E. A. Ostermnn, Cnptnln J, C. Beaumont, Major
C. S. Hill, Lleutennnt E. W. Sturdevant, .Miss
Vnndcgrlft nnd Lleutennnt R. D. Brumbaugh,
Paymaster Mnnnlng II. Phllbrlck, U. S. N., nnd
Mrs. Phllbrlck, Lieutenant A. B. Mlllor, U. B.
M. C, nnd Mra. Mlllor.
Invitations have been Issued by tho Enter
tainment Commlttco of St. Rltn'n Club, Broad
and Ellsworth streets, for an nttrnctlve dance,
to bo held In tho clubhouse on Mnrch 17. The
hnll will bo decorated with the usunl Irish
novelties, and a special musical program has
been arranged. Among tho guestB Invited are
tho following popular South Phllndelphlnns:
Miss Ernestine Bonner, Miss Teresa Dondero,
Miss Mnrlnn Miller, Miss Hannah Graham,
Miss Hannah McFadden, Miss Ida Vcrulsl, MIsp
Jano McBrearty, Miss Mary McMnhon, Miss
Ellznbeth Mclntce, Miss Stella McNnmeo, Miss
Sarah Rahn. Miss May Hnhn, Miss Susan
The flrst of tho spring entertainments of th?
Roxborough Sowing Club wns hold nt tho
Bcllevue-Stratford. Pink nnd white tulips com
bined with ferns were the decorations at the
delightfully nppolnted luncheon. Tho members
Includo Mrs. Clarence Pnrks, Mrs. William
Stroud, Mrs. Wllhelmus H. Hocdt, Mrs. An
drew J. Saucr, Mrs. Louis Melvln Struse, Mrs.
Chnrlcs Whlteman, Mrs. Charles Gnne, Miss
Ray Boococlc, Mrs. Wlllinm Adelholm, Mrs.
Mllford C. Fox and Mrs. Frnnces Cantrell, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. William T. KenncdyA of 6808
RIdgo avenue, have announced the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Ellznbeth Kennedy, to
Walter J. Miller, of Hermitage street.
Mrs. Alexander M. Patton, of 4331 Manayunk
avenue, entertnlned at bridge yesterday after
noon. The game was followed by a buffet
luncheon. Tho guests were Mrs. Alfred Miller,
Mrs. I E. Adams, Mrs. Howard Baugher, Mrs.
Charles Jones Thompson, Mrs. Adelo Gnrman,
Mrs. Elmer Pflstcrer nnd Miss Elizabeth Hard
wlck, of Overbrook.
Mrs. James W. Wllmnrth, of New York,
widow of tho Rev. Dr. Wllmarth, former pastor
of tho Roxborough Baptist Church, Is vlBltlns
Mrs. Robert Hays, of 120 Lyceum nvenue.
The Girls' League of the Wlssahlckon Meth
odist Episcopal Church will give n muslcale and
literary entertnlnment In the lecture room of
the church. Terrace and Hnrvey streets, on
Friday evening, March 12. The pastor, the
Rev. Frank M. Grny, will preside.
A mass meotlng for boys and girls will be
held tomorrow nfternoon at 3:45 o'clock In
tho Central Methodist Church, Green lane, by
MIsb Gamlln, of tho Sunday party, who has
chargo of the evangelistic work among young
people throughout the city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Crosson nnd family, or
FalrhlU street, are the guesta of Mrs. Crosson's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mutch, of Wlsslnom
Ing. Harry Bally, of 1619 Fillmore street, who
aalled for Europe some weeks ago, has landed
at Naples, Italy, where ho will remain for
some tlmo before leaving for Marseilles,
Miss Edna J. Reynolds entertained tho mem
bers of her sewing circle yesterday at her
home, Harrison and Mulberry streets. Thoso
present were Miss Josephine B. Mulvena, Mlts
Linda Phrelfall, Mlsa Caroline Altkens and
Miss Edna Yarwood.
Mrs. William Carroll, Mrs. F. Gallagher, Miss
Eleanor Gallagher and ,Willlam Carroll, Jr., or
Rhawn street, spent the -week-end at Atlantic
Mrs. Samuel B. Mackintosh, of Audubon, N. J.,
who left last week for California, will visit tho
exposition and spend EaBter on the I'aclflo
coast, returning East the middle of April,
Mr. and Mra. Elmer B. Long aro enjoying a
stay of some weeks at Ormond, Fla.
Mrs. Frank L. Starr, of 527 Linden street, Is
recuperating at Atlantic City.
Judge and Mrs. Frank T. Lloyd, of 527 Cooper
street, aro In Florida.
Sailing on the Oceanlo for Bermuda this week
were Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Humphreys, of
4th and Cooper streets, and Mrs. Bulllfant and
daughter, Mra, John Kates, of 5th and Linden
Miss Margaretta, Craig, of Merchan'tvllle,
whose engagement to Paul Burleigh has been
announced, is spending some time In the South.
Mrs. William F. McAllister, of Merchantvllle,
la spending several weeks at the shore.
Mra. Charles T. Brown, of East OaU avenue.
Mooreatown. -will entertain at dinner before the
Swarthmora College) dasca at the Rtttenhouie
next Saturday eveeUig.
Wright, Miss Rose McOownn, Miss Ida T'Jlleyi
Miss Frnnces Short, Miss Helen Fngarn, Miss
Margaret Fagan, Miss May Kane, Mlsa Mar
garot Mary Wilson, Miss Gertrude Wilson, Miss
Catherine Wilson, Miss Gertrude Vogel, Miss
Elizabeth Thomas, Mlsa Viola Weeks, Miss May
Flnley, Miss Loulao Monvllle, Mlsa May Lafferty,
Miss Mabel Iteagen and Miss May Reagen.
Tho marriage of Miss Ethel Ogden Royeo,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Cllflon
Royce, of St. Petersburg, Fla., formerly of
Germantown, and Edward Connell, of Phllndcl
phln, took plnco Friday, February 29, In tile
Church of the Epiphany. The ceremony wn
performed by the Rev, Richard Morris, pastor
of tho church. Only the two families and a few
Intimate friends were present. The bride, who
wan given in marrlnge by her brother, Lewis
Glenn Royce, was nttended by MIbs Margaretta
McAlcer na maid of honor.
Invitations will bo Issued this week by Mrs.
Louise, C. Thornley, of 208 Mifflin street, for the
mnrrlngo of her daughter. Miss Mario C.
Thornley, to James J. Lynskey, of 1522 Wolf
street, which will tnko place on Monday morn
ing. April 12, nt 8 o'clock, In the Church of the
Sacred Heart, 3d nnd Reed streets. The Rev.
Anthony J. Zollor will perform tho cerpmony,
which wilt bo followed by a Nuptual Mass. Mlsa
Thornley will be nttended by Miss Mario Cos
grovo ns maid of honor nnd tho following brides
mnlds: Miss Mnrlo Gill, Miss Marie Phllomohn
Dunn, Miss Mnrte Kelly and Miss Marie Evans.
Sho will havo as flower girls: Miss Marlq de
Less, Miss Mnrle Hobnn and Miss Amelia Mario
Mr. Lynskey has selected for his best man
James J. Kelly, and the ushers will bo Anthony
do Less, Jr., Harry Smcllon, Harry Waller,
Francis P. Lynskey nnd John J. Walsh.
TONIGHT at 8:15 IKkSiB
MR. WM, A. BRADY Presents
"nTi1 HTCT TP and th" oilbert &
hopper The Mikado
Tomorrow Mat.
'iwl Pinafore "Sk"
ThurraynnNigh,sJ Pirates of Penzance
Lnrce Chorus & Orch. Prices 25c, BOc. 7Bc. $1, (1 60
1000 & Seats $1 JZ 50c, 75c
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Eenta 1100 Chestnut St. nnd Opera House,
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AXr.?n.NOONS ! !30 o :30 10c. IBc. SSe
EVENINGS 7:80 to 10:30 10cV 26o7 SOo
2d Bl'G WEEK
TWICE DAILY 8:30 AND 8:30 P. M.
Ilesaned i,v "
TWICE DAILY, 2:30 AND 8:30
A Revelation and an Innovation in JUovlnr
Picture Enterprise and Daring.
Seen Nowhere Else, Never Before
B. R Keith's Theatre
Only Musical Show in Town!
America's Popular Comedienne
, and a Tremendous Show I
, Eddie Leonard nnd Mabel ftuaaell: Nan llalnerlnr
Pekln Jlyaterlea: Billy MoDermott; Arnaut Bras . ani
OilierJ'eaturea, ' "
rjAT?T?Tnir Next Week. Eva,at 8:11
UAX.I,101V iutlnee. wj. & Sat. at 3-16.
COHAN & HARRIS- New York Company In
Popular Trice Wednesday Matlncea. Beat Beats SJ.flft.
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the Lowes, and others tuu"y"
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In Shakespearean and Claaalo Repertoire
Tomorrow Mat. "ROMEO AND JULIET"
0 A. M. to 11 P. M.
1214 Market
10c. 20c
Ant i4ii;ug
"Warrann of Virginia,"
Oliver Morosco Presents J, Hartley Mann,?.'
CROSS I SS$r Arabian Nights
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11 A. M to litis P, H.
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