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IMPRESSIONS OF RITZ-CARLTON SUPPER CLUB DANCE BY A STAFF ARTIST
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Ajj ENGAGEMENT of Interest to erona In
' this city nnd New York nnnouncpd Ia that
( Miss Margaret Frances Anil rows, daughter
?. j(r and Mrs. Taul A. Andrews, of New York
n(l New pot'. t0 Jtr J'orB"n Belmont, of New
Miss Andrews Is a nleco of. Mrs. Cieorso A.
ll'uhn, of this city, and I" considered ono of tho
mot attractive nnd beautiful American Elrli,
both In this country and Europe.
Miss Maria T. Graham, daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs. Howard cl. Graham, of Chestnut avenue,
Chestnut Hill, will malto 'er debut at n. tea on
October 13. Miss Graham Is nt present visiting
friends In Newport and lloaton.
Mips Mny Temple entertained at tho darwant
In the Hso Gardens of tho Bcllovuc-Strntforl
In honor of Miss Mary Endsloy, daughter of
Senator nnd Mrs. J. AV. IJndslcy. Tho guestn
Included Ml'fl Nancy Sellers anil MIfa Elizabeth
Mrs. A. Southern Conway, of tho Avondale,
tl'jo entertained a smalt party.
jlr, and Mrs Nicholas Blddlo, of Springhead,
Old York road, Noble, entertained last week
Mr. and Mrs. William Taul O'Noll, of tho
Maidstone. Wth and Spnicn streets, as their
jrr. Isaac T. Starr, of Church road, 'Wyncote,
accompanied by Br. Edward W. Taylor, of
Cedron, Indian Queen lano, Gorniantown, havo
returned from a nshlng trip of eoveral days nt
the Blooming Grovo Club, I'lko County, Ta.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cyrus It. K. Curtlfl havo Issued
Imitations for tho marrlago of their daughtor,
Miss Eloanor Plllsbury, to Mr. Henry Beaumont
Pennell, Jr , of Portland, Me., on Saturday aft
ernoon, May 15. at 4 o'clock, at their resldcnco,
Lyndon, Church road and Greenwood avenue.
Mrs. James 11. Hutchinson, flllss Meta. II.
Hutchinson and Miss Nancy P. Hutchinson will
doss their town house, 133 South 22d street, and
ipend tho summer in tho Lambert House, Itydal,
Miss Evelyn Hunk nnd Miss Edith nunk, of
'Haverford, returned on Saturday from a. West
em trip, where they attended tho expositions
tt San Francisco nnd San Diego, stopping on
their way homo nt Chicago, whero they visited
for two weeks. Miss Mario Loulso Russell and
Miss Doris Russell, daughters of Mrs. E. P.
Russell, of Chicago, are now tho guests of tho
Misses Itunk at Haverford. Many Informal en
tertainments aro being planned In their honor.
, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Kearalcy Mitchell, 3d, gavo a
dlnner-danco on Saturday night at their homo
In Eosemont In honor of Miss Hopo Truxtun
Beals and Mr. Oliver Eaton Cromwell, whose
engagement was recently announced.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Iloxln Harrison Smith, of UJ2S
Lucust street, entertained Informally on Sat
urday nt S o'clock.
The Cornell Club of Philadelphia, on Sansom
street nbovn 1.1th. held its regular monthly
smoker on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock In tho
Mrs. Thurston, of 120 East 40th street. New
Tork, was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Leeds
Barroll, 7207 Charlton street, Mount Airy, for
the wedding of Mls Louise Blako Brock and
Mr. Francis A. Lewis, 3d, which took placo on
Saturday in tho Church of St. Luko and the
Miss Anna Lewis Barroll returned Friday
j'from visiting Mrs. Thurston In New York.
i Mr. II. Morris Adams, of Liftord Grange.
County Line, llntboro. Pa., has been made
master of hounds of tha Huntingdon Vnlly
-.Hunt Club for tho coming year. 'Mr. Adams
takes the place of Mr. Joseph Wharton Llp-
f Mrs. Johns Hopkins, of 1713 Walnut street,
returned on Satutdny from a visit In Baltimore
j l! the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hopkins.
Mr. and Mrs Itussell Thayer and fnmlly, of
Overlea, will spend part of the summer at their
tump at Upper Saranac, In the Adlrondacks.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Compton, of St. Martin's
.lane, will call for England on May 1 and will
remain In that country throughout the summer
I Mr. and Mrs Charles C. Walbrldge, of Sem
Mnola avenue, are entertaining Mr. and Mrs.
.Wlllam P Buffum, of Newport, as thelr.guests.
: r. Charles Newhold Welsh Is a visitor at tho
Mr, and Mrs. Austin Purves, of Seminole ave-
. have taken n house In Saunderstown, It.
Rl, Which the will occupy after June 1.
Uj Mr. and Mrs Hobert Teas, of Wyndmoor, are
f,"iin(j congratulation!! upon the hlrth of a
jf Mr Charles A Potter, of Evergreen and Pros
pect avenues, is epending a fortnight In Virginia
and Mrs T. Charlton Henry, of S3d street
o4 Moreland avenue, have gone to the Panama
Mr. and Mrs Sylvester ICevser. of Rubicam
ifenue, have returned to their home after
pndlne the winter In Florida.
II J. Lee Patton, 226 Harvey street, gave a
gWIdran'a party Saturday In honor of her ton,
f a Patton, Jr.
"' nd Mm. Wllllntn T Vlrhnlunn .Tr.. Of
Pawner jtreet and Wlssahlokon avenue, have
Kurned fron, a jBIt to Egypt Mills, Pa.
IT Kr. Edward Webb, of 5438 Greene street,
?4 left for a three weeks! stay In San Fran-
irII Clara. Tnnla r-,niAr A a -n.hni-nAi4
gwt, has returned from a trip through 'the
t England States.
William Latta Nassau, nc.enmnanisd by
4water, Miss HUzabeth Nassau, has re-
8 to her home, West Chelten avenue.
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A R ..indention
4ii nK nt interest took place on Wed-
tnomuiy. prii 21, in the Immaculate
CthoUo punsb, when MJa Uuf
Heglnla MeCrelght became tho brtdo of Mr.
John J. Burns, of Newton n, Bucks County.
The Rev. Father M. J. HIrrIiis performed tho
ceremony. Miss Julia MeCrelght, a sister of
tho bride, was maid of honor. Tho brides
maids Included Miss Mnzlo Burns and Miss
Mario MeCrelght. Mr, Burns had as best mnn
his brother, Mr. Edward Burns, and tho ushers
woro Mr. Walter MeCrelght and Mr. William
Announcement! have been received lit Cler
tnantown of tho marrlago of Miss Maudo M.
Plmmons nnd Mr. Albert 15. Beaslcy nt tho
bride's homo In llnrtford City, Ind., on Friday,
April IB. Mr. Hensley Is tho son pf Mr. and
Mrs. William H. Ucasley, of Germantown. Mr.
and Mrs. Beastey will bo nt homo In Trenton
after Juno 1.
ALONG THE READING
A "Malfcst" for tho benefit of tho German nnd
Austilan Bed Crow? and tho German Local Bo
llef will bo held In tho Jay Cooko Memorial
Hall, Old York and Ashbourno roads, Elkln
Park, on Frldny, May 7, from 2 until 8 o'clock.
Thcro will bo a lonccrt from 3 to 5 o'clock,
Insisted by the quartet from tho Phlladolphli
Orchestra and other talent. During tho nfter
noon tea. coltco and Ices will bo served. A
number of prominent mntroni along tho Bend
ing will act as patroness of tho affair.
Mrs. James Conlcy and Mrs. Thomas Bcu
benger, of Oak Lane, will spend tho coming
week at Atlantic City as tho guests of Mrs. J.
Hughes, of 132 St. 'James placo.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll Johnflon will bo
at homo In Columbus, O., after June 1. Mrs.
Johnson will bo rcmembeicd as Miss Helen
Loulso Stlltz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1.
Hartley Stlltz, formerly of Boslyn. Fa.
Mr. nnd Mis. F. Smith, of 4W Nortli 1.1th
street, Logan, havo returned to their home from
New York, whero they spent tho week-end.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jercl Oldroyd entertained at
cards Saturday evening at their homo, 5320
North Cainac street, Logan. Their guests In
cluded Mr. and Mrs. William Kuhn, Jr., nnd
'Mr. nnd Mrs. John Stortz.
Mr. and Mrs. William G. Simpson, 'of 110 South
52d street, entertained at a reception and
birthday party nt their homo Saturday night in
honor of Mrs. Simpson's anniversary. Among
thoso invited wcro Miss Catherine Daugherty,
Mr. R. W. Dunn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest M. Dunn,
M1S3 Helen Dunn, Miss Elsie Dunn, Mr. Robert
Dunn, of Wlllowdale, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Georgu
D. Frame, Mr. nnd Mrs. George D. Frame, Jr.,
of Mantua, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. John Mclntyrc,
Miss Theresa Mclntyro nnd Miss Edna Mcln
tyre, of Wilmington, Del.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry K. Thompson. Jr., of
4630 Spruce street, will open their house nt
Woodbury early in June.
Miss Doiothy Reach Christ, of tho Satler
leo Apartments, is cntertnlnlng Miss Olive
Eduards, of New York, for a fortnight.
Miss Elizabeth McKeown, of 4534 Chestnut
street, entertained at cards Saturday night.
Her guests Included Mr. nnd Mrs. Dobbins, Mr.
and Mrs. Glndlng, Mr. and Mis. Johnson, Mr.
Palmer, Miss Bradbury, Mr. It. Kershaw. Miss
M. Rutter, Dr. Edward Thomas, Miss Sara
Davcy, Mr. and Mrs. B. McKeown, Mr. E. La
Crosse and Mrs. W. S. Thomas
Phio ry Jon" tardumun Htulli
MRS. FRANK F WJEDER
Who before her marriage, two wseks
aao, W83 Miss Edith Wpper Liberman,
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A social meeting of the Dornen Society
will bo held nt tho Jewish Consumptive Insti
tute 4(W Wharton Btrect, this evening. At this
meeting gifts will bo given to tho II vo members
who ncrompllshod tho best icsulta for tho play
nnd danco given by tho Dornen Society In tho
fall. Tho following will bo tho recipients! of
thoso gifts: Mlsi Bcsslo 11. Feldmnn, Miss Kato
M. Davis, Miss Eva I. Moshbltz. Miss Yctt.a -M.
Sass and Mr. Samuel M. Klrson.
Tho following members of tho Board of Direc
tors of tho Jewish Consumptive Instltuto will
deliver addresses at this Doracn meeting: Dr.
Max Stallcr, Dr. A. J. Langbord and Mr. M.
After tho addresses thero will bo an entertain
ment nnd refreshments served. Tho commltteo
In charge Includes Mls3 Kato M. Davis, Mr.
Charles Greon, Mr. Samuel M. Schwartz nnd
Mr. A. J. Morrison.
Miss Jean Baron and Miss lino Baron enter
tained tho Unique Club at their home, GOO South
6th street, Inst week. Miss Sarah Baron and
Miss Gertrude Silvers rendered vocal selections.
Supper was served nnd was followed by dan
cing. Among those present wcro: Miss Lillian
Schwarz, Miss Gertrudo Silvers, Miss Anna
Schaffcr, Miss Helen Margolls. Miss Pearl Hurn
steln. Miss Fannlo Cohen, Miss Clara Cohen,
Miss Jean Cohen, Miss Esslo Deutsch, Miss
Sarah Gcrson, Miss Roso Krakcovltz, Miss
Helen Leblang nnd Mlsa Cecilia SupowlU.
Friends of Mrs. Walter G. McCaho, of 11th
nnd Tnskcr streets, will bo pleased to learn
that sho has recovered from a recent Illness and
Is spending a few days In Atlantic City as tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kane, of the
Mrs. George W. Hlnckcn will entertain to
morrow afternoon at luncheon, followed by
cards, at her home on South Broad street. Tho
guests, who will be members) of her card club,
will Include Miss Mao Merzlg, Miss Sarah
Hlncken, Mrs. Horace Hazzard, Mrs. Mcrey V.
Kerns, Mrs. James McG. Hlncken, Mrs. Edgar
Plerson, Mrs. Walter Flerson, Mrs. William I.
Tomllnson, Mrs. Charles Shlssler, Mrs. Robert
Haywood, Mrs. Russell Smith, Mrs. Harry
Black, Mrs. William Mohr, Miss Lois Black,
Mrs George Mueller, Mrs, It. C. Moore and Mrs,
Cards have been Issued announcing tho mnr
rlage of Miss Giaco Morris, of 2S24 South Chad
wick street, to Mr. Alexander D. Porter, of 1423
Wharton street. Tho ceromony was performed
on Easter Sunday, at tho home of tho bride, by
tho Itev J. Bowman, of Brethren Church, 17th
and MoKcnn streets Mr. and Mrs. Poller are
still on their wedding trip, nnd nre expected to
return early this week.
Mr and Mrs. Lambert, of 2170 East Cumber
land atreet, will leave about tho middle of
May for Pitman, N. 'J., where they will epend
A Tom Thumb wedding will bo given by
' Class No. 28 of Beacon Presbyterian Sunday
' school, at Cumberland and Cedar streets, for
the benefit of tho church, on Thursday eve
ning, May 6.
The Buster Brown Girl Minstrels will give a
musical entertainment and dance on May 6 at
Allemanla Hall, 2323 North 6th atreet, for the
benefit of the Washington Club of the General
D. B. Birney Post, No. 63. G. A. R.
Mr- Alfred Tuchsen, of Boston, Mass , has
been visiting Mr and Mra. Frederick Rotwltt,
3161 Kensington avenue, before sailing for
The Ladles Auxiliary of St. John's Church,
at Elkhart and Emerald streets, will hold a
sewing circle meeting at the pariah houie to
morrow evening. Those present will be Mrs.
Jausen, Jr., Mrs. Creelman, Mrs. Elizabeth
Berryman. Mrs. Piatt, Mrs. Dynes, Mrs. Hodges,
Mrs, Bell, Mrs. Funk, Mrs. Mllllgan, Mrs. Tete,
Mrs. Fusner and Mrs. Black.
The Entre Nous Literary Club enjoyed Its
ftret spring outing last week. The party
left in automobiles In the morning and luncheon
was served In picnic fashion on tho roadside. .
On their return dinner was served at tha home
of Mrs. Laura B. Mlley. The party was
chaperoned by Mr. W. L. Palmer and Mrs. L
Crlat Mr and Mrs. Harrison B Schell, of U10 Gir- '
ard avenue, announce the engagement of their
daughter. Mlaa Edith Vogel Schell, to Mr
George H Rofer. Jr, son, of Mr. and Mrs.
George IL Botrf, of SOI North Sith atreet, West
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RITZ-CARLTON SUPPER CLUB
Last Meeting of the Season Held Saturday
Night, Great Success.
Tho veiy Hiicrcftsfiil Rllz-Carltou Supper Club,
which was organized early in tho winter by
.Mrs. J. llutihlnson Scott and Mrs. II. W.
llawki'sunrth, closed its (list season on Satur
day night. This club, tho membership of which
has been limited to Philadelphia's smartest set.
filled a long-felt want among thosn who would
whllo away the hours after tho thcatro or opera
and at tho same tlmo avoid rubbing clbow with
tho unknown masses who congregate nt many
of tho cafes.
-Mrs. Hnwkcsnorth nnd Mis. Scott modeled
tho club after their other cnturo In New York,
tho Club do Vlngt, which, whilo delightfully in
formal nnd nulto unpretentious, had many ot
tho best names In New Yoik on Its member
ship list, nnd so miccessful havo both of these
entciprl8cs hecn that they havo ngrccd to run
a series ot thes dansants and soupers dautiints
during tho summer on tho roof of tho new Hotel
Traymoro at Atlnntlc City, which will open In
"June, to which n number of prominent persons
have already subset ibed.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Drexcl Blddlo enter
tained on Saturday night In honor of Miss Mary
L. Duke, of Now Yoik, whoso brother, Mr.
Angler B. Duke, will marry Miss Blddlo on
Wedncsdny. Tho guests Included Miss Char
lotte Harding Brown, Miss Gertrudo Ehiot, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Wllllnm II. Donner and Mr. Harty M.
Mrs. Blddle wore a becoming Httlo dancing
frock of palo gray chiffon over silk. The skirt,
which was quits short, was finished off with
wide scallops of tho chiffon, nnd tho bodice was
of heavy metnltlo trimming. MIfs Brown looked
well In tuiquolse-bluo taffeta, brocaded in silver,
Tho skirt had a quilling ot tntfeta around the
bottom, and below this a narrow edging of lace,
while tho upper part of tho bodlco was of silver
Another table was occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Gcorgo Qulntard Horwltz, with whom was Mrs.
A. It. MacLeod. Mrs. Horwltz woro a particu
larly handsome gown of while taffeta with sll
ver paillettes. Mrs. MacLeod woro a stunning
gown of Dresden silk nnd pink chiffon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wldener occupied a
table, and nnother party Included Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. James Totter nlso entertained, as did
Mr. and Mrs. Henry DIsston, Mr. nnd Mrs.
lHaao H. Schllchter, Jr., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. L,
Spencer Miller, 3d.
Miss Edwlnn Elklns Bruner, accompanied hy
Miss Katherlne Herman Kremor, dropped In
later In tho evening.
Olhert) preflent Included Mrs. Mitchell Hast
ings, Miss Paulino Hart, Mrs. ft. Walter Steel,
Mr. F. AVIlson Prlchett, Mr. Charringtnn. Mr.
Charles Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse William
son, 2d, Dr. nnd Mrs. William Drayton, Mrs. B,
C. Madeira, Mr. and Mrs. Francois do St. rhalla,
Mr. Voorhees, Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman
Freeman, Miss Mary Evelyn Chew and W,
On Friday evening, April 30, the Pousse Cafe
will be given at the Playhouse for the benent
of the Home of Merciful Reel. The feature
will be a two-act skit, entitled "Arden," fol
lowed by "The Girl from Utah," a song and
dance act, by Miss Madeleine Reed, Mr. Robert
King, Mra. Horace Llndeay and Mr. George
Bankhardt. In the dance of tho Three Graces
Miss Bessie du Pont will exhibit the old-fashioned
ballet; Miss Janet Jackson, esthetic danc
ing; Interpretation, Miss Margaret Whlttaker;
Miss Isabel Wales and Mr. Fred Watt will sing
a collection of grand opera arias. The entire
production will be under the direction of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. William Whitehead havo Issued
Invitations for the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Elsie Whitehead, to Mr, James Willard
Robertson on Monday night at the home ot
the brldo, 120S Washington street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perot Keen and Mr.
Joseph S. Keen, Jr., of Kynlyn, Bellevue, have
returned from Atlantic City, N. J., whero
they were for several weeks.
Notloearfor the) BooMy pinavvtllboc
cepted and. prlnUd In, the Evening Ledg
DUC ! flWUII IWIIVVV IllWVk M0 WFI-tVil VII
one side of the paper( mutt be elgned In
full, with full addreaa, and whan poialbl
telephone number must be given.
Send all tuch communications to
8oclety Editor," Evening Ledger, 608
Unlet thete requirement! aro carried
out fo that verification may be pesalble,
tho notice will not ba publlthed.
MifM IMn.i Illuiuenlh.it, who has been visiting
In New York, has leturned to her home, 1S30
West Eilo avenue.
The Ilcv. Dr. Charles E. Dunn and Mra.
DUnn, of Tioga nnd 16th streets, havo gone to
Wernerolllc, to lemaln four weeks. From thU
resoit I hoy will go to Long Island for a month,
and later to tho Mnlno Woods, to remain until
Mrs. Henry C.ilvln Trumbower, of 1S23 West
Venango stieot, has been visiting In Quaker
Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Mendelsohn, of 333!
Noith MUh slieet. aro entertaining Mr. nnd
Mrs. Benjamin Boratelp and their son, of New
York, who mo on their way homo fiom a win
ter's sojourn in the South.
Mr. nnd Mis. Joseph Wallersteln. of Rich
mond, Vn.. announce tho hctiothal of their
daughter. Miss Catharine Wallcisteln, to Mr.
M. Lawrence Blumcnthal, son of Mr. Samuel
Blumcnthal, of 1S30 West Erie avenue. Miss
Wallersteln is a social favorite In this city, as
well ns In Itlchmond. Mr. Blumenthal is a
Mlsa Edna Blumcnthal, who has been visit
ing friends In New York, has returned to her
home In Tioga.
Miss Constance Gallagher, of 2606 Rhaun
street, will bo tho guest of .Miss Bessie Murray,
ot Chester, for two weeks.
Mr. and Mis. Gllpen De Tub, of Frankford
avenue, will entertain at cards Wednesday
evening in honor of their niece, Miss Paulino
Watson, of Butte, .Mont, Their guests will In
clude Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Optenberg, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Kline, Miss Helen McKlnley, Miss
Frances Allburg, Miss Florence Wright, Mr.
Walter Konan, Mr. Ralph Megill, Mr. Harry
Gllpen, Mr. Frank Conlcy, Mr. Walter Martin
and Mr. Alfred Wright.
Miss Edith Clark will entertain with cards
nml dancing Thursday evening. There will be
12 guests including Miss Rea Hughes, of 132 St.
James Plare, Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Fell, Miss Alice Wood
ward, Miss Elizabeth Megill. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Frank, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Dunn.
Miss Loretta Ducnn, Mr. John Of' and Mr.
Fiank Martin spent the week en', in Atlantic
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Ar-f Important tteddltvr which took placo to
. day at noon wan that of Mlsa iaitn Jaqtielt
Bfllera, daughter of Mr. nnd Mra. Edtrln Jaqttati
Boilers, to nichard C. McCall. Tho ceremony,
which took place In Old St. Peter's Church, was
performed by tho Rev. Dr. Edward M. Jeffcrya,
reclor of tho church. Tho bride, who was ulven
In majrlago by her father, woro an exquisite)
sown of cloudy.whlt tulle over a foundation of
white satin. A Ions court train of salln, lined
with cloth of silver and flnlflhed oft at tho hem
with oranse blossoms, fell from tho shoulders,
and over this tho lonsr tullo veil, held to the-hr-ad
by orange, blossoms, was craeefully nr
ranffcil. Tho brldo carried a shower bouquet of
lilies of tho valley nnd white orchids. Her only
attendant was her email cousin, Miss Evelyno
Yerkcs, of Vt'llminnlon, Del , who wore a charm.
Ins- little frock of whlto embroidered Swiss over
palo pink silk. Her picturesque lingerie hat
was adorned with pink streamers, and she car
ried an old-fnshloned gilt basket, filled with
rosebuds nnd apple blossoms.
The bridegroom's brother, Mr. Shirley C. Mc
Call, ncted as best man, and tho ushors wero
Mr Gardner Cass.tlt, Mr. Edward S. Buckley,
Sd. Mr. Sydney llradford, Mr. Edward P. Hoff
man. Jr., Mr. James Newman Carter and Mr.
Chnrles Carter Itcnshaw.
An Informal brenkfast at tho homo of th
bride's paicntu, ISM I'lno strcot, followed tho
ceremony. Mr. and Mis. McCall, after a wed
ding trip, will llo nt tho Marlborough Hotel In
The marriage nt Miss Hazel Darmstadter,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jonas Darmstadter,
of 333 South C2d Rtreet, was solemnized yester
day to Mr. Samuel Allschul. Tho ceremony
was porformed by Dr. Joseph Krauskopf In tho
Lorraine Hotel, Atlantic City.
After an extensive trip through tho South
Mr. nnd Mrs Allschul Mill occupy their new
home In Atlantic City
The marrlago ot Miss Dorothy Fieher, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Edward FlBher, of
135 East llortter street. Germantown, formerly
of Tioga, and Mr. Charles J. McGlnty, of Tioga,
was solemnized on Wednesday, April 14, In SL
Veronica's Catholic Church, 6th nnd Tioga
streets. Mrs. Frederick W. Baker, "Jr., a
recent brldo, was matron of honor, and Mr.
William Glltman wan beat man. Tho ceremony
was folloncd by a reception at tho new homo
of the bridegroom nnd bride, 302S North Judson
street, whne they will be ot homo after Juno 1
on their return fiom their wedding journey.
Announcement Is made of tho marrlago of
Mrs. Emily Temple to Mr. Harry Oliver, ot
Itoxboiough, on Monday, April ID. Tho cere
mony waa performed by the bride's father, tho
Rev. Dr. Zacharias Walker, of tho First Metho
dict Episcopal Church, Scullevllio, N. J., at hla
homo In that city. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver upon
their return from Atlnntlc City will be at homo
after May 15 at 6121 rtidge avenue, Roxborough.
Mr. Robert Steel, of Mai shall load and.
W combe nenue, entertained a number of
friends at dancing in his homo Saturday.
Among the guests were Miss Margaret Lyster,
Miss Ruth Palmer, Miss Margaret Hannum,
Mia? Alma Christine, Mis Mildred Taylor, ,
Miss Cora McCully. Mr. Wilson Peck, Mr.
Myrle Peck, Mr. Lincoln Gilbert. Mr. Leslie
Tnlor, Mr. Fabian Ryan and Mr Weyman
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mrs. Clifford Ware, of Colllngsnood, N. J
entertained Miss Alice Davis, Miss Hazel Court
lier, Mlsa Alice Davis, Miss Hazel Courtlier,
Miss Ruth Decker and Miss Helen TaIor over
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
Every Evening for Two Weeks
Beginning Monday, May 3
AT POPULAR PRICES
Conductors! thaddeus rich
wuuuuu I 6TANLKY MACKnY
K(retunen!s serei and cmnklnr permitted at
tables on Parquet Floor.
rillCCS 15 cents, 25 cents and .SO cents,
heats at Tables and In I)oes. T5 rents
Tickets for entire series nm on sale at Jltppe's, lilt
THE GIRL IN
IS STILL WITH
SHE'S IN AGAIN
BROAD ST. THEATRE
FUNNIEST l'LAY IN 20 YEARS
NIGHTS AM) SATURDAY MATINEE. BOo TO t.B0
WEDNESDAY MAT, J8&JI i
Join the" WOMAN SUFFRAGE Parade
SATURDAY. MAY 1ST
Korni In Washington Square, 2.30 P. M.
GRAND MASS-MEETINU llSO P. SI
At the METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
Tickets now on sale at the SuKrais Head
quarters. 173 Chestnut at., 33 a 0th U, 372T Ger
WOMAN SUFFHAGB PARTY urses all mem
bers and sympathisers to join their section of the
parade. Form In Division 12.
2,30 lOc. 16c. S5o
8.30 15c, J5c, Sua
MOST REMARKABLE KILM EVER EXHIBITED
SATURDAY AT 1:30. T AND 0PM
T VT?Ti Beginning- Tonight at eTtitti r
Li X llJ Mats. Wed. i Fri. at S:?5.
Maeterlinck's Wonderful Fairy Flay
"THE BLUE BIRD"
PRICES Mo to II 60 SEATS ON SALS
ATWT PHT TONIGHT AT 8 13
AUVjUmi pop oo MAT THURi, 3sl
Oliver Morosru Irents J Hartley Manners'
PEG O' MY HEART
400 KOOD BALCONY SKATS AT 1.00
40U aOOD FAMILY CIRCLE SEATS. BOo
GARDEN OF MIRTH
OTHERS AND PUOTOPLAYS
New Program Mon. 4 Tbiirs.
Daily -l ()n Enln, T .
at 2 15 J-"t ioc. KSo. Ste.
GARRICK Last 6 Evgs. "jsT
THE LITTLE CAFE ,lVT
Popular Pru.e Mai men WedneaU
Best BaL 1 JO
DUMONT'S JT5 ?,
UaTINEB TODAY 10c & Xtn
PASTWn Weuni and St. Tmts I-.y
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