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dushtr of Mr. rttul Mrs. .lotm W. Town-
Ll f 2328 Locust ntrcot, lo Dr. litmtur V.
wieK will tftltn lilnro In .lilt"", upon Doctor
C,rteii' return to this country. Doctor Scar-
Eti Is at present a resident iinysicimi hi win
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... Dorothea Jennings, ilnus'iter of Air?.
t. p Jennings, of Wyncote, ctilcrtnlneil In
Wmlly nt hrlilBO yesterday nftcinoon.
f jhjs CoinellR t.chly, who In Maying, In tlio
tooth wit'1 1,cl' Rrnnuiiioiiirr, rtirs. iiiinni i.
Ciller, will icturn the first weeh In April.
E The tnectlnp of tho U'cilncsdiiy Afternoon
"iluslcClub nt the nomo 01 r. nun ,in. i.nuorii
n.u 30 Hotitlt 23(1 Mrect, 1ms heeli post-
etti from March 17 to April 7, nwliiR to the
Ktilh 0f Mr Lewis' cousin, lura. eminent.
A subscription inasquernilc ilnnco niul sup-
W will bo K'en on 'Wcdncsdny nlghti April
" it the Phllftitolpliln Cricket Club, tinder tho
inipls of n eoniinlltcc IncliKlliiK Mrs. ClcorRo
"ft Thomas, Jr , .Mrs. uieineni. n. wniiiwngiu
(nd Mrs. .lohn 1 1. wiiiiinuor, nmi .loscpn m.
'lln. H. B JJoscnBnrtcn nml her ulster, Mrs.
Otorgc F. Knorr, nre Maying In Atlantic City
for several days.
KTlieKt. Itev. Monslgnor Wllllnm Klcran and
th9 Kev. John P. Thompson, of 212 South 20th
itreet, arc spending n few days In Palm Hcncli,'
BFlj., at tho Breakers. They will return next
KMn. Arthur Blddlc has gono South for a short
F Mrs. Wlnfleld Scott Alter, of "Clovelly,"
Deron, will entertain nt luncheon today. In
llie'nor of her guest, Mrs. Wilcox. The guests
will Include: Miss Cornelia L. Kwlng, Mrs. J.
'Hrrlstn Smith, Mrs. Wnltcr Lnngdon Kustls,
ifri. Franklin I,angstaff, Mrs. C. Hartman
Knhn, Mrs. Coleman Peace Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Holllster Sturgrs, of Willow
Drove avenue, Chestnut J 1111 will entertain
it dinner tonight. In honor of Miss Boblnson
Smith, of New York. Covers will ho laid for
IMrs. T Frederick Rothcrmcl, Jr., of 2031
:.TTlnui street, will cntcrtnln informally touay
The dancing class nrrnnged by Mrs Ralph
Elewart. Mrs. J. Colton Deal, Mrs. Walter
Itancock, Mrs. Rowland C. Kvans and Mrs.
BThomas Shallcross will meet tonight in tho
mttenhousc Mr. and Sirs. William J. Coane,
f the Avondalc, SDth and Chestnut streets, will
fntertaln at dinner prior to the dance. Their
ttieita will Include Mr. and Mrs. Walter C.
KHancock, Dr nnd Mrs. Francis J. Kelly. Mr,
Elid Mrs. Charles Bnir, Mr. nnd Mrs. Co.ine,
Ita JIary Grace Brown and I,ayton Knowlcs.
Rfllr. and Mrs. Keith T. Downing, of 319 Car-
renter street. GcrmMitown, will entertain nt
fdlnner In honor of Miss Evelyn Harrington
nd John Holton on Wednesday, Atarch 21.
ine purses uiuo or i-iiuacicipni.i win kivo
t. bridgo party on Thursday afternoon, April
I, at Asher's.
fine Corinthian Tacht Club, ot Cape May,
will give their annual dinner on Thursday, April
tin the gold room of the Hotel Adelphln.
Cards have been sent out by the Thctn Tun
Bororlty for a tea Saturday, March 27, from 3
Mtll 6 o'clock, nt the Roosevelt. There will bo
ALONG THE MAIN LINE -
EPOVEBBnooK Mrs. J. Laurens Kruso will en
tertain at cards at her home, C3I7 I.ansdowne
artnue, this nftcrnoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln O. Close have returned
from a visit of two weeks in Atlantic City.
iRDMOHE-Mr and Mrs. (irant I-cc Knight
tiv returned to their homo on Woodsldo road,
Ardmore, after spending a month at the Part-
iHge Inn., Aususta, Ga.
r. and Mrs, Carl Kdwln Harriman, of Llan-
falr road, Ardmore, have gone to Bermuda,
jher they will spend several weeks.
i HAYEnFonD-Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Pooler, of
llaverford, are being congratulated on tho birth
.t a son. Since tho burnlmr down or their
oisa at llaverford In December last, they
fcv been residing at the Blenheim, 17th and
fJIIas Edith Forsyth and Miss Gladys Forsyth
ve gono to Atlantic City for a few days.
J- CHESTNUT HILL
!, Robert S. Bright, of 7023 Germantown
vUe, has organized a small sewing class,
fhlcii meets at her house on Saturday morn-
during Lent. Tho members nre Miss Ellra
!Jth UacCuen Smith, MIsa Eleanor Noble, Miss
l?rgaret Keeling and Miss Anno Elllcott.
Was Jean Beacarv. of 7174 Tlnvrr Klria. en.
I pained the members of her bridge club yes
grtay afternoon at her home. Among those
ion were present wcro Miss Harriet Gay, Mrs.
'irry Butterworth. Mrs. Keith Downing, MIsa
uor Flood, MIsa Mildred Caverly. Miss Helen
rmley, MUs Loulao McKale. MI3 Edith Wll-
!?. MUs Helen Dando, Mrs. Rltncr Walling,
,fia i-velyii Harrington, Miss Dorothy Cochran,
" Eleanor Edmonds, Miss Sarah Talte, Miss
idellne Asbury and Mss Ethel Burk.
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A. '"a tvuiujl ua Ulf;uilleu 111 mo
ll by Mrs. Charles A. Potter and Miss Dorothy
0ltr, of Evergreen and Prosneot avenues, will
ntlnu9 to meet on Thursday mornings until
toq oi wnt. The class has been sewing In.
e early part of thn hkihi in, tvi nii,inn.
orver, since the first of the year their efforts
lv uetn concentrated, uron another roost
"jjr cnartty, the Chestnut HIH Qountry
Ursery The members of the class hope to
organize next fall, when thov win nuntn saw
or this cause.
I'M Ida I. Jefferson, of 127 East Durham
Km' W,H '"tertal" a oa Ply I h0"r
f " j08ephine Bharron, of Hamilton Court.
and Mrs William H. JutwkurtJi. Jr!, ot
noj street, will iv a dlwwr of is covr
t-luabeui WUle. of 3U Fo tlt.
tJint Manv,, l ja AUaatUs City Ub
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Among tliose who attended tlic dance nt Man
helm Wednesday night wcio Nnvnl Constluctor
nnd Mrs. Illchnrd Duncan llntewoo.l, All. and
.Mis. AVitrner II. i:arnhnw, Mr. nmi .m,s.
Wheeler Lord, Miss Elaine KnullMi, Miss Dor
othy Daniel, Mls Eleanor Edmonds. Dr. mid
Miw. Curl Williams, .Ml, rc Dniilrl, itvron
Dixon, Dr. Hurry II. Wllhu-r, Riisscl Itnbliison,
Jfnik ranker, Edwnid Olentwortli, Allen Kmllli.
Jntnos M. Austin, T. I). Itlchuidsnn. Mr. nnd
Mis. Snmuel Woodunul, Mr. nnd Mrs. William
R. Tucker nnd 1, lilltenhoiiso .Miller.
Miss Helen Gonnlej-, of 727 Lincoln drive, has
Issued Invitations for u dinner In honor of Miss
Uvelyn Harrington, uhoo marrlnnr- to Jolui
llotlon will take placo Wednesday, March 31,
In tho Second Prcsbytorlnti Church, Tiilpohockcn
nnd Greene streets. The dliuior will tuko plncfl
on AVedncwIny pvcnlng, March 17, at tho tier
iniiiitown Cricket Club, the guests nftcrwnrd
attending thu club dunce. Tho guests will In
clude Mr. and Mrs. Keith Downing, Miss Louise
MoKalc, .Miss Kara It Tnltc, MIsa Mildred C'nv
erly, John Holton, Howard Holton, Edwin Burk,
I.ognn Howard Smith and Sheldon Potter.
Mlfs Elizabeth Montgomery, dnuglitor oC Mr.
nnd Mrs. R. L. Montgomery, 217 Polhnm rond,
had a birthday party glcn In her honor yes
ALONG THE READING
A bassanr, enko sale and a solo ot fancy nnd
household ni tides will be given In "Shadow
brook," tho home of Mis. William E. Orobc,
Lakcsldo nnd City Line, on Tuesday, March
23. Theio will also bo music and dnneing, and
the proceeds will bo dovoted to' the Eiiunl Fi au
Tho Review club, of Oak Lane, will meet on
Wednesday nftcrnoon, .March 17, In tho O.ik
1-ano library. The meeting will bo nddicssed
by Erancls Harvey Gteen, A. M., Lltt. D who
will speak on "PemisjlranU and Literature."
Mrs. Hampton L. Warner will he hostess ot
tho occasion, and will he assisted by Mrs.
Thomas Hoggs, Mrs. J. Atwood Whlt. Mrs.
John Kllp.uilck. Mis. John 11. Hamilton, Mrs.
E. C. Fetter, Mrn. William Hindmnn, Mrs. I,.
V. Elliot, Mrs. Howard Keyhcr, Miss Sallle J.
Boycr, Miss Anna Lcldlgh and .Mrs. W. N
Stewart. A reception nnd tea will follow.
The Oak La no branch ot the Young AVomen's
Christian Association will meet nt tho homo of
Mrs. .Insulin, M. Holmes. Valley road. Melrose
Park. March 18. This Is a social nnd educa
tional event nnd is hold annually. Miss Anna
Owci.s, of this city, and Tannic Hiirinil. of
Beirut, Syiia. will he the speakers. Music will
bo furnished by Miss Ireno Vrngcr, Mrs. Camp
bell. Miss Sue Craig and Miss Dlllenbcck. Tea
will bo served during the afternoon.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William C. Kent, of "Xan
goomar." Wyncoto, have gone to Atlantic City,
where they will lcinaln for about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. George Horace Larimer and
family, of Wyncote, returned last week from
Panama, whero they spent several weeks.
Miss Ruth Baughman, of 7th street nnd 66th
nvenue. Oak Lane, will have Miss Margaret
Swartz ns her guest over tho week-end.
This evening Miss Swart, will be sololRt nt
tho monthly meeting of the Women's Auxiliary
at the Presbyterian Church. Thero will nlho
bo readings by Miss Eckells during tho evening.
Mrs. Henry C. Rail will be hostess nt luncheon
and cards at her home, 7th street and 64th
avenue, Oak Lane, Saturday, March 27.
Tho Innomlnnto Club will give a subscription
dnnce on Frldny evening, April 16, nt S:3U
o'clock, nt tho Phllllpn Biuuks School gymna
sium. 43d street and Baltimore avenue. There
will bo 100 guests present.
Mis. Harry II. Boyd, of 4427 Lnrchwood ave
nue, has sent out Invitations for a luncheon,
followed by bridge, to bo given Wednesday,
An attractive tea will bo given this afternoon
by Mrs. John Gicenwell, of 4517 Spruce street,
to meet her dnughter. Miss Mary Eouldo Green
well. The house will be elaborately decorated
with palms, green and baskota of fresh flowers.
The receiving party will Includo Mrs. William
Ingram, Mrs. William Laycock, Mrs. Louis
Selgcl, Mrs. William J. Coane, Mrs. Warren
Mo&s, Miss Harriet E. Scott, Miss Lucille Elliot
Morris, Miss Esther Mulford, Miss Elizabeth
Jessie Bernard, Miss Nessle Halg and Miss
Eva R. Hartlng. Bridge will follow In the
evening for the receiving party.
Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, of C010 Chestnut
street, gave a reception In honor of their dnugh
ter. Miss Lllllun Campbell. Tho following
guests wero present:
Miss Florence Massey, Miss Mabel Tomliiison,
MUs Bentilce Slegcl, Mtos .May bo II Bender, Miss
Edna Hurlock, Miss Violet Vchmejer. Miss
Margaret Coll, Miss Rose Latsoh, Ralph Smith.
John Campbell, James McCablo, George Castle,
John Sharp. Edward Clark, Walter Magulro,
Herbert Lutscli and Miss William Slmip.
Mrs. Robert Bryans, ot 5S21 Carpenter street,
will entertain IIiIh afternoon nt luncheon and
"500." Tho guests will include Mrs. Eugene
Kahn, Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. John Ilemig,
Mrs. William Rarr, Mrs. William Kgolf and
Mrs. Alfred Vogel.
Tho Ionian Club, of West Philadelphia, gave a
surprise party last week In honor of Walter
Cloran at his residence. 915 South 51st street.
Among those prosent were Miss Ella Adams,
MIsa Hejen Alexander, MIsa Mary Burns, Miss
Hapna Johiwcn, Miss Ethel Zellman, Miss Lil
lian Tldeman, Miss Marlon O'Donuell, Sidney
Andrea, Joseph Magulre, Edward Qulnn, Wlll
.lain J. Ryan, John Robb and Edward E. Syren.
Mrs. Androw Parr, of Baltimore, Is blng en
tertand by Mrs. Andrew Haas, of 430 Conarroe
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Qroettman have removed
from Roxborough to Cpllegeville, Pa.
The Violet Euchre Club waa entertained yes
terday afternoon at the home of MIsa Margaret
MeGuokan on Umbras, street. Amoop those
present were M1m Mary GUub, Mrs. c. geblot
Itrer. Ml B. Booth, Mrs. A Scott, Mrs. M
Si-h'warU, Ml M Cunningham. Mrs. J. De
Haven. Mrs. J .Ca.nu, Mrs. S- UarUck, Mri. J.
SfihsrfT and Mrs. FeUr GlauW.
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MISS ELIZABETH KOLB i'h.iui,rapii i.v .M,ir.-nu.
Miss Kolb, who is thu daughter of Mr. nn 1 Mrs. Louis J. Kolb, will christen the
new battleship Pennsylvania on March 10 nt Newport News, Va.
James A. Cooper will entertain a number of
his friends nt n pinochle party nnd house
warming tomorrow evening. Those uho will
enjoy his hospitality are Mr. and Mrs, L. P.
Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Hcrbeit S. flourlcy, .Mr.
and Mrs. Chailes Nugent, Mr. and Mis. II. C.
Pugh, Mr. and Mih. Julo llenlcky nnd Mr. and
Mrs. William Cooper.
Tho P. A. It. D. Club will give u vnudovllle,
minstrel show and dnnce nt tho Mercantile
Club on Apill 6.
The nicmbeis of the Mount St. Joseph's
Sniictiiarv Society will give n largo enrd party
tomorrow nfteinonn nt tin- rooms of the Cnhl'.l
Club, 1711 Xnnsom street. The affair Is In
chnrgo of Mis. William Muiidy. assisted by
MI.h Katharine llcnratty. Mls-i Teresa Don
nelly. Miss Anna Clnirc .Miss Maigniet Mnync,
Miss Anna .Moigan, Miss Nugent mid .Mrs.
MihsMnry Maitln will oiilartnln nt "M0" Sat
urday afternoon at her home, 2301 North 19th
sticct. Her gucstH ttltl Includo Mlr Helen
Shcn, Miss Mury Rogon. Miss Emma Myers,
.Miss Grnco Myers, Mits Mlnnlo Sehrndcr, .Miss
Mailo Coll and Miss Dorothy Nlfcke.
Roswcll E. Sleiner. ot i.321 North 27th street,
entertained Mr. and Mrs. Walter Archibald
Young nt n theatre party last evening.
The mnrrlngo of Miss Helen Yard Stovenson,
granddaughter of Mrs. Edmund S. Yard, of 2131
North Hth sticet, lo Frauds . N. Vnnder
Buecken, also of this city, will take place the
end of April. Tho bridegroom and brldo will
live in Chestnut Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Relnhelmor have re
turned from their wedding Journey to Ashevllle,
N. C, and nro lcsldlng nt 224S North Broad
Btrect. Mm. Rclnhelmer will bo remembered
as Miss Lnurlo (!. Hchwarz. daughter of .Mr.
nnd Mrs. Isaac A. Schnarz.
.Mrs. Frank I Connablc nnd her mother, Mrs.
Horsford, of Chapel Hill, N. J., nro on u trip
to tho Panama Canal nnd South America and
will return early In April.
Mr. nnd Mrs, William N. Bannard left here
this week for Birmingham, AU., to be gone
Miss Ethel Webb, of Worcester, Mass.,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Warner.
Mr. nml Mrs Picstoii Lea hne leturned
from a week's stay nt Atlantic City, N. J.
rhotojraph. by Mrcay.
MRS. WILLIAM FLEMING
Mrs. Fleming will be remembered
as Miss Mary Lee, of South Phila
delphia, Her marriage took place
. , h o',;
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Mr. and Mrs. L. Levitzky have Issued Invita
tions for a dlnner-dnnco In honor of their son,
Maui lo Levitzky, on Sunday, Match 11, at
their home, 11S3 South :0th street. Covcr will
he laid for 21 guests.
-Mr. nnd Mrs. Firdoilck RIclinrdMiii Kirklnnd,
of K00 South 20th street, will entertain at dinner
tonight before thu dance lo be given at the
Tho second hlithday anniversary of the Phila
delphia Twenty Club will be rclebinted on
.Mnrch lf with n hnnqiiet, niiislcali and dance.
Tho president of the club will ha insisted tu
ii'celvlng the RtiPHtH by .Miss H. M. Keller, of
1711 ' Mllflin stieel. The guests and mcmbeiM
Includo MUs K. (Inlliigher, .Miss M. Gulnane,
Miss M. Holland. .Miss II. fleck, Miss A. Diirty.
Mies ,1. O'Neill, Miss A. Williams. Miss M.
llownrd, Miss M. Gallagher, Miss M. Devlin.
Miss .M. Luttrell, Miss J. Boyle, Mis. Cusack,
Mis. Lnrklnn. Mrs. McGory, Mrs. Cowley. Mrs.
I Concannoii, V. Scully, G. Keller, A. Blumen-
stock, A. B'lidou, J. Gulnniic, L. Dlerkes, It.
Wnguer. J. McKernan, M. Scanlan, C. Kleck,
M. Robinson, M. J. Boyle, T. Concannoii, It.
Cowley, W. Sautteis. Gcorgo Zellcr nnd N.
Kenny. A musical piogrnm of Irish vocal and
Instrumental items hns been arianged by the
picsldcnt, T. A. Ilannoni, In which some of
Philadelphia's premier nrtlstn will participate.
Admlial Albert B. AVillcts. U. S. N., (retired),
and Mrs. Wlllets, of 2J00 South Garnet street,
In thn Gtrnnl Estate, have gone to Charles
ton, S. C, where they will visit Paymaster and
Mrs. Croncll, U. S. N. .Mrs. Crowell Is a daugh
ter of Admiiul nnd Mrs. Wlllets.
The Lavullftte Yacht Club relief fund will
give n card party, followed by dancing, on
March 12, In Lulu Temple. Tho pioeecds will
bo used for thu poor. The following pioniincnl
South PhllndclphlniiH have the affair in charge:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wayne, Mi. and .Mis J.
El mold, Doctor and Mrs. Clarke, -Mr. mid Mis.
McGoulgle, .Mr. nnd Mis. Leonard and Mr.
and Mrs. linger. Mrs. Joseph Wnync. nf 1153
Soutli 15th street, is piesldent of the club.
A surprise party was given by the Marnuetto
Club, of Port Richmond, In honor of the birth
day anniversary of Philip Donohue. Jr.. of 2710
Richmond street, lust night. He wns presented
Willi a watch by his mother.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry Woods, of 2011 North 12th
street, will icmove to New York, wheo they
will reside Indefinitely. They will entertain
informally before leaving.
Miss Kathryn Ryder, of Frankford avenue
and Cumberland street, has removed to
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Palmer, of 2.';3 Amber
street, are at Atlantic City, N. J., where they
are visiting their cousin, W. A. Tweed.
Thomas Mngee will spend the rest of the
winter In Key West, Fla.
Miss Madeline McDowell and .Miss Mary
Gale spent the Week-end In Lancaster, Pa.
('lass 0 brass bnnd, gf the Union Tabernacle,
will visit the Colllneswood, ,V. J., Presbyterian
Church on Friday evening, Murch 15.
Tho many Mends of Mr, nnd Mrs, George
Boll guve them n reception upon the return
from their honeymoon. A most enjoyable eve
ning was spent. The guests were entertained
by vocal selections by Harry La Tosh and
William O'Neill, and the house was beautifully
decorated with palms and evergreens.
The Literary Committee of the Holv Name
Club held the third novice elocution contest
at the vlubrooms n conjunction with the meet
ing. It proved to be a great success as a
literary feature bb well as an entertaining
one. The prizes were won by James F. Mackle,
who recited "The Prisoner's Statement," and
William Qulnn, who gave the selection, "Life
Is But a Oame of Cards." The Judge were
the Rey. Father Cunningham, of the Holy
Name Church; Frank J. MoDonnell and James
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
David Jester, of 6th and Linden streets, has
returned from a sojourn at Atlantic City. Ills
son, David Jeiter, Jr., Is confined to his home
Mr and Mrs. William CuiUs Pollock are occu
pying their new home ou Woodside avenue.
Narberth Mrs. Pollock will be remembered aa
Mlsa Sadie Hudson, of 6th and State street.
jrlnlng, at 7:30 o'clock, In the l-'i lends Meetllisf
I Inline, .I3lh slleel and I.nlK-nstcf nVcliuc, wlieil
Mis Elizabeth Shies ltenszey, ihuiliter of Mr.
nnd Mi. Unbelt It. Hcliszey. of HM FoUlh .".Sill
slteet,,wlll brenmc tho lnlde of Cliuelice FaUUCo
Tlimims, of this city. Acuiinllmr to the illuitl
of l'rleinls tliero will he no otlluUtln clergy
man. The bride will wear n lovely gown of
while duchess sntln, made' en twin nnd trimmed
with sllvei luce nnd upnloseent bauds. Iter
tulle veil will he iittiU'hed lo thn colisoiitlou.il
r.ip anil nrrangeil with tt sprny of oraliao blos
soms, sho will enrry n Rluiwcr bmmuct of
lnldnl riirtes nnd lllled.
She will bo attended by Miss Lnuru A. Gar
rett, of Mcdl.i, Pa., us maid uf honor. The
little (lower gltl will bo Miss Elizabeth lloiigcn
clnbler. of Colliuihhi, I'u. Tho hl'ldesmnlds will
ho Mm. Iluyes 15. Shlliip, of Lancaster, Pa.j
MIm f'ersls llriis.ey. of Jliiddoiillcld, N. J.
nnd MIhm Evelyn Tnuilliisiin.
The hist innn will be George Bennett, and
the ushers will bo llnyen (I. Shlmp, of Lancas
ter; William llct!lck nnd William lllclock. A
supper for the bridal patty will be served nt
tho lifuiio of the hi'lde's parents nnd n largo
iceeptlon will rnllmv In Hie meeting house,
nfter which the ciniptp will leave for the South.
They will be at home after Mity I nt fiS.1l El's
Announcement Is made of the mnrilngc ot
Miss Louise Helen Mauler, of 22m Ninth 15th
street, will entertain at cards tomorrow eve
ning. Spring Mowers will be combined with
feiiis In the decotutlons. Tho guests will ho
Ralph Ejrlu Stanton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter
Lylo Whitman, Mr. and Mrs. George Estes,
.Mr. and Mis. Dlckuusuii Shaw, Miss Sue Fitz
gerald and Noimnii Eberle.
Mr. nnd Mis. .1. G. Hunter Seilz. of HM.1 Noith
Itro.ld street, hne Issued Invitations for a le
ceptlon ou Saturday night, Maicli 20, at their
home, In celebration of the 2"ith anniversary of
Miss Cnmllle Nlsscn, of Overhlunk, lias been
passing pait of the week as tho guest of Miss
Jennie Illid, or 211S West Tioga stieet.
At tho aiinu.il meeting of the Young Men's
Association, held In Hie clubhouse on Queen
lane, the following olllcers writ elected: John
C. Porter, president: William Ferguson. 1st
lce president: .lohn Roy, Jr., 2d vice piesldent:
.lohn I. Tiegea, llimnclal secretary: Hnny
TiPgcn, reeoidlng secretary: M. Wlllurd Hess,
treasmer; dliectois. John MacKay, D.ild lluii
ter. Harold Rlddloush. Benjamin Mitchell,
llowaid Johnson, Willlnni J. Beiiham. John
Whilnker, John Stlnson, Norman Garrett nnd
.Mis. Geoigo A. Wlllmnnns, of 1S3K Venango
sticct, Tioga, will enteitnlii at luncheon and
bridge tomoiroiv nfternonn. Her guests will
come from Germantown, Elklns .Park and Mel
rose. Miss Nellie Aldilch, of 3121 Noith 22d street,
entertained tlic members ot her sewing .club at
their monthly meeting. Daffodils and pussy
willows formed the decorations.
Mr. and Mis. A. R. Green, of Winchester,
Va., Mient a rcw days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Eddy, of West Gieenwood avenue.
Miss Mary Bruce Baker, of Winchester, Vn.,
who Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Frank Eddy, of
West Greenwood avenue, will ciiteitaln this
evening at "500." Her guests will he Miss Alice
IVuls, Miss Until Decker, Miss Helen Taylor,
Miss P.uth Wnlhire, Miss Isabel Gnlhrnilh. Miss
lluth Wiinderllck, .Miss Mandy Wallace, Louis
Garrlguos. Mr. Bui rows, Edward Davis, Edwin
Decker, George Kulerninn, Russell Johnson,
Stewait Dunlap and Franklin Thompson.
Mis. II. H. Nichols, of 16 West Stewait nve
nue, will entertain the members of her bridge
club on Monday afternoon. Tho guests will be
Mrs. Walter K. Malslnger, Mrs. Joseph Van
Zaut, Mrs. Hairy I. Keen. Mrs. John AV. Davis,
Mrs. Oren llonnett, Miss Ella Ogden. Mrs. Mat
llinn, Mrs. Arthur Moorshe.id, Mrs. W. H. Sto
veil. Mrs. Sara C. Rood and Mrs. Ida Alrey.
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
TONIGHT AT 8:15 LAST TIME
DE WOLF HOPPER
And the ail.UCRT . HULUVAN Ol'l'lt CO In
THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE
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Large Chorus A Or eh Prices 23c. ,',Oo, 7.1c, 1, tl 30
1000 Zr Seats $1 SiX 50c, 75c
geats HOD Chetnut 8t and Opera Ilouje.
TONIGHT 8:15 and
ARTIST J.VD ilACOXTBVIt
AROUND SOUTHERN EUROPE
A Circular Tour Prom I'grla Throuzh
HWlTSSBftLANP, ITALY and SPAIN
1'rkea 2Zu 10 SI. Heppa'a, HID Cliemnut.
BROAD Last 2 Evgs. uSoiv
THE MISLEADING LADY
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THE BLUE ENVELOPE
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Popular frke Wrdnasday Uatloee. lWt sat J.5a
,, a xTn lUreeM, Wve Naval Cadets: Leit
GRAND , UM? Hnl: Oaklaad
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Today -It. T ft SiPUture.
U 1Y1 U IN 1 O bTH AND AUCU UTS.
Uurlju LN'CLK TOU'f CABIN"
WAOlfl V BIAD1KQ smut WATSON
Ml.s .Mnrgueille Hlllar. ie Meurs-c. daughtir
of .Mr. nnd .Mix. Alfred de Mcursse, ttt Dr
Adolf Grynkrnut on Satuulny, Msiili a. in lha
People's Church, llalllmoie, by (he Rrv Dr
Olimles M. Eystcr. On their return from iluif
wedding (lip Dr. mid Mm. Grynkrnut will make
their home temporarily In the Holel St. George,
Brookljn, nnd at the termination ot tho war
the couple will go to Warsaw, Rusaln, Whcror
Diiolol Grynkraut is connected In business.
Announcement Is liintlc of the marriage f
MliM Grace Mowen Maxwell, daughter of Mr.
and Mm. Francis D. .Maxwell, lo George Wash
ington Curtis, of Northampton, Mass , on
U'ediicsdny evening, Mnich 10, In St. John's
Episcopal Church, Lmmdowne. The ceremony
ttns performed by the pastor, the Rev. Cros
well Mcllce. Miss Maxwell was attended by
her ulster, Miss Frances D. Maxwell, as maid
of honor, niul Miss Elizabeth Curtis ns brides
maid, and Miss Helen .McLouglilin ns flower
girl. Tho trnln bearers were William Bird,
Miss Eleanor Hint. Miss Clementine Gibnou nnd
Miss Allca l.nltinn. Mr. Curtis wna attended
by his hi other, ttenjuiln Curtis, ns best man,
nnd the tuheis v.eie Dr Iledrord Johnson, ot
New York,1 Thoman Atkinson. J. Donald Gib
son nnd W. Gibson Bird. A reception followed
nt the home of the btldc. nt which the Delta
Gamma Sorority of Kwnrthmorc College, of
which Mies Maxwell was a member, served.
.Mr. nnd Mis. Cuills left on n wedding trip
to New York mid Soutli America.
Tlie Hi inpliony Society of l.'rankio.-d Rave
a clmtlty concert .vcsteriln , tlio proceeds of
which will ko to tlic Society for Orgnnlxlnc
Clinrlt.v. The Syiiipthonv Society Is composed of
professional ami business men of Krunkforil,
who liiivc orgnnlxeil for tlic ntudy of ndvnnceil
music. Two subscription concorts anil one
other for chnilty ilurlns the winter months tiro
Blvcn by Its meiubors.
Carl Clemens, the conductor, has armnsed a
splendid inoKmm for the occasion. Including;
the overture fioin "Mnitlm," selections from
Herbert's IIkIiI (ipern, "The Serenade"; tlie
"Blue Danube," "Kpiptlan Uallet," by l.uslnl,
ami the "l.uslsplcl" oveiture. Miss Ktile ilniter,
of Xew Vorlc. will be the soloist. There will
also be a comet solo and flute and clarinet
Ml ltier. Cartledpo uutcilHiueil the nieni
bets of tlie Alpha Nil Sororitv at her luime,
.",102 Decatur Street. Tlie limine wns prettily
decorated with spiliic flatter and tiiete wns
dnncliiK nnd music. Ainonpc thoe present wore.
Miss .Icsslo Hnnxcll, Mls3 lama timltli, Miss
Kllcn OvitiKtnti, Miss Anna Du Unn, MIsh Ue
beccn Cusait. Miss nose Smith, .MIsa Kdna
Smith, Miss Mury Patterson and Miss Marlon
H. S. .lenuliiKs. of Tncony, has left for an
extended trip to Honolulu ami fiom there he
will ro to California nnd visit tlie Panama
CHESTNUT STREET ggggg
Horn of IVorttl' Qrtattat 1'hotoptaya
AtTKHXOO.VH 1:.10 lo 4 :30 10c, 15e, S5e
UVCXINUS 7:30 lo 10:30 10c. 25c, 80c
HLV SEATS IN ADVANCE AND AVOID STAND1N1
2d BIG WEEK
t'AMOCS PLAYBItS' KII.M CO 'S STUPENDOUS
J 1 I Y HALL CAINE
With PAULINE FREDERICK
TWICE DAILY 2:30 AND 8:30 I St.
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TWICEi DAILY, 2:30 and 8:30
REAL WAR PICTURES
Seats Sollinjr for Next Woek
Immediate Sensational Success
B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE"
Eddie LEONARD & Mabel RUSSELL
P1SKIN MVST15IUES. NAN HALPKntNi AltNAUT
111108.: BILLY McDEItMOTr AND OTIIUHH
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ROBERT B. MAJNTELL
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hal Mat , Merchant of Venire. Em . Iluliaro 111
ACADEMY 01' MUSIC
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Monday Eg. Mr,,n is, at 8.13.
Ticket at lteuueTa
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