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SW" . .u. ..nun visitors who
int now going on at the
5Tek.t Club, St. Martin'..
flu lln Charles Wnllon will Rlvo
WiZt tonight at their home In
i" ... e hip. nnu Airs.
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u . ..... t.mtla C. Sladelra will
U4 ', ,minv at their home,
l-trAn pal. .----. -.
n. . b., jiSB c. Blea'
: reV. Margaretta D. Myers.
1Tn honor of Miss Marian
"TV -in make her debut
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irlTlnR by Ml.
B" " . tws Jiargarcun v. wjcn,
lift? . PhrlJtlne H. Stockton. Mies
H&aWi S Lewis, Mto- Emm; A.
itMfftr, Miss Kato Furnoss
HF OM"'.' 'i rtrtrrl Mian Prnn-
mWZ Anne Melrs. Miss HIM
$fuw ! Anna n. Brlnton, Miss
!? ri.rk. Miss Sarah H
9" win Margaret O. Kemnk, Mis:
vWM. M"' f i).. nnrbara Benson
l&H.WMO'nr,mtlli gB Qi n6gn.
5HIJei" ' . . , ...
l"Sr M.,1 Freda Le
Initio. Of Whllinv.iic, .
C . (. younger set are attending
WlL ion 2rcl.es at the United
fttiiuHlon "' ,hlll -ck. Th0
I?l hop thl. evening, review nnd
5. m the secretary ui r..i, e...-$m.-;i.
and the graduation bait
ken P "
IP . , .Mtinn Milrrl.venr medical
Ij.i t'Blterilty of Pennsylvania, who
f C . "the Orenfeil JIlMlon.
iStotwe tor Battle Harbor, Lab-
ju Hefen Bell, of 1314 Locust street,
J .. . r. tnnntli'H stav In Cal-
Kfi Tl,tlng the Panama Exposition
.Other P13 ' "i--"
W n Mrs. Harry Pond Wllmer havo
B. .?. n...ln nvnnlln lln.
J rlllW K "" ' ' V," " , n r
I Jolr ! woen """J " "-. - v.
u' ... .. Wnlnnt. nne. Mrs.
IJr'r w Uls 1Ielcn rarker bcforo
BmS9 a loriniBi". "b"-
!S... it.. rh-tren Pnttcr. Jr.. and
Ilwl Master Spencer Potter, of 2110
'nMiirw. n '""-":- :-
Sarth road, Chelten Hills.
iiud Mrs. A. A. Moyor. of VVashlnR-
n (renin, rauni. - ---
Jftadftli weddlne anniversary last
tJw it their homo. Ouests attended
"STi.i. .-, nQiiimnrn. New York.
i wait iiuiw " . -.r
iw d Gr, Itlverton, Bryn Mawr
.. L.. .m thU pIiv mill Its SUU-
3WICUU1UCI v... .-
rSVAn (Uborale supper was served be-
"ipupiMU ieil on a laio iruui. .on.
j Mrs Moyer received a number of
ilr. nd Mrs. Edgar Marbtirc, of 4310
.fc! ... ....nit n'lll Atilnrtnln 111 thn
V$8igslan Club on Saturday nfternoon
HtBunc tne engaRcmem oi ineir
er, Miss Frances Tomlln Mnrbure.
iBilia Samuel J. Zelsler, Jr., u. fa. n.
iSairburc eraduated yesterday from
t Alone the Main Line
7RlfiVrr Tfltvn RnViwnrtw will 1?Iva
itternoon tea Saturday at Houpton,
:it of Old Lancaster road nnd Syca
witenue. Mrs. Schwartz will bo as-
r Kllen, of Easton, Fa., who will
r&u ia weeK-enu ni uoupion.
w Waller T. Baird, of Brooknoll.
llTnind nif nt trio mmmap ennnnn In
a Eirkitilre mils.
wtwa Mrs. Charles Hcese wontz, of
fj-a unaes lane, are being consratu
SS linoil thh hlrlh nf n nnn PlnilrRnn
JW, on Sunday, Juno 6.
)M0R&-Dr. and Mrs. Harold S
L of RlntflnfrtvnnH will lAtivm H1I3
9 'w Maine, where they will spend
llwi and Mrs. A. need Mclntlre, of
rwin roaa, win spend tho month of
it at Eagle's Merc, Pa
m Aiirea O. Hare, of Iloberts road,
u snoriiy ror Kast'nampton, L. I.,
rilllAwni vl.l. 1... .,. -r nA,.
ll1nirin1ll!,Ml?, Venrr 13Utler A1Ien- Whose
marrlaBO took place In New York on May
:;'AnV0 "''""i1' fro' their wedding trip
m1? 0,ccuPy'ng their house nt 7711 St.
Aal,rrNef Yr!n M,8S ,0n
Ml fiti.1 Xf niip.., ..
!,., .1 . -""""' "niieome llawley
50lUrn.C1' from ,,,clr wedding trip
and nre at homo nt 222 Nippon street.
Miss Kteanor Scott, of Pittsburgh, Pa
ls the guest of Miss Eleanor Moyn, of
Graver s lane, for whom Miss Scott will
act as bridesmaid on Wednesday, June 18.
Along the Reading
Miss Edith Lahdell, daughter of Mr.
Chnrlca Landell, of Webster avenue.
Wyncote. cntertnlne,i Informally at her
resldenco last evening, nt 8 o'clock, In
honor of some of the members of tho
Sigma Alpha Epsllon Fraternity. 39th and
Miss N'nn Kent, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. William C. Kent, of Kent road,
ncote, who left this week lo ntteml
the Wcllcslcy commencement exercises,
will also be tho guest for a fortnight nt
n large house party given by Mrs. Bruce
Barton, nt her homo In Foxboro, Mnss.
MIkb Kent will icturn to her home about
tho 22d of June.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrles Yodcr nnd their
daughter, Miss Gertrude Yoder, of Web.
stcr nvenue, Wyncote. have left for an
extended visit at Hnrrlabtirgand Schwcnk
Miss Emily Lewis, daughter of Mr.
Howard Lewis, of Washington lane, will
leavo this week for n visit to Miss Sarnh
Campbell at her home In Pittsburgh, Pa.
Many Informnl entertainments will bo
gl'tn In her honor during her visit.
The first tennis match for ladles of tho
Old York Itoad Country Club will start
on Saturday at 2.30. First and second
rounds will be played oft that day. Semi
finals will bo played on Saturday, Juno
1!, and finals on Saturday, June K. Tho
chalnnun of the Tennis Committee Is
Miss Esther A. S. Wass, of Jcnklntown.
Ii,'JIo7'srd Sneblc, Jr., of BIS East
Iawra lane, whoso marriage to Miss
Mot CDay will take place Wednes
Ib' 1S entertained his best man
KSrt t a house party In Capo May
- -iv-cna. ine party included
J.T1,1'. Morlce. Mr. John Blake-
Vt ITari Willi-... . .
JfcVv. "wiiwiw, air. rrann uiqk
Eiw , hard Taylor. Mr. Harold
uT.v,; """man lute, Jr.. Mr.
.mtcheU and ltr. Humphreys.
mWJ P.etV arant- who has been
ISf" of Mrs. Simpson Wesley
: zr-i,""r. Bireet' lor past
'TOe. K e
lS2?.k J ."non, of XS East Chel
L S il y"terday 'r Waslt
JRui7. .; ,V.'" ncl as usner a;
ffilfiSL,01 J"' Doris Virginia
'lrt'r of Mr- a"d Mrs. William
mfiSFS: V street. N- w- t
raK',.W(ll-lng will take olaca on
if, June 18,
frltrfndri L,oyd- of JU West
ibu. "''"tertalned the members
club yesterday. The mem-
ii a T Mm i,a"y Grove. Miss
in cloeIe. Mrs. J. Dlsbrow
tw Harry nichards, Mlsa Mil-
r Sr.' . ai.arjr Goodwin, Miss
' ecu' Miss Emily Moftly.'
fwISAWORD-Mr. and Mrs. J.
h Qrim1Vo1.fhJmnf' Sharon. P.:
tt i ai-.PvUublUn. P.i Mr and
K,ul"han. PJttuburgh; It. U
. VBt55trVta T"'l w-
a W?'nl Bthlhra. Pa. i
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: N vi!?' J'lvUBd. O.; H.
uLKubn. HavuftWl. P. T.
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The marrlago of Miss Bella Burrlson,
of 670t Chestnut street, to Dr. Samuel C.
Jaspan, of Trenton, N. J., will take place
Wednesday evening, Juno IS, nt 8 o'clock
in New Garrlck Hall, 415 South 8th street.
The brldo will be attended by her sister,
Miss Elizabeth Burrlson, ns mnld of honor,
nnd by Miss Augusta Jaspan, Miss Ger
trude Jaspan, Miss Mamlo Jnspan, all
sisters of tho bridegroom, and Miss Bca
Bio Horwltz ns bridesmaids. Mr. Julius
Jaspan will act as best man. Rabbi H.
Harris will ofllclate.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Montgomery en
tertained nt dinner followed by cards jt
their homo In Oakmont on Monday. Their
guests Included Miss Mao Montgomery,
Miss Jcanno Montgomery, Miss Clara
Montgomery, Mr. Clinton Montgomery,
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Montgomory, Mr.
Hoy Eppclshelmer nnd Mr. J. A. Coylo.
Miss Sophie, Rlnge, of S343 Woodland
avenue, cntcrtnlncd In honor of her
mother, Mrs. Mary Hinge, of Wllllston,
Md., nt her home Sunday. Mrs. Mary
Itlngo motored from her country estate
In AVIIIiston to Baltimoro and Washing
ton before arriving here. She will re
main the guest of her daughter for tho
text few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mercer Hicks will
closo their apartments at tho Nether
lands ahorlly and will go to Chelsea for
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Mrs. Raphael llalnos, of 1820 South 17th
slrcot, entertained at dlnnor In honor
of tho Rev Dr. John Grant Nowmnn nnd
Mrs. John Grant Newman nt her home
last week. Among tho other guests pres
ent were Mrs. Hugh Shannon, Mrs.
Thomas Pntton, Mrs. Aaron White, Mr,
nnd Mrs, B, H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
George iV. Haines and Mrs. John Floyd
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Coward, 803 Whar.
ton street, will leave today for a s'nort
visit In Atlantic Clt with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Rnnsloy, 13H
Ellsworth street, hao opened their sum
mcr cottage In Chelsea. They will re
main until the middle of October.
Mr. and Mrs. WaUer G. List, of 2203
South 22d street, are being congratulated
on the birth of a daughter.
Phnto h Ollbcn A IJucon
MISS SARAH FRANCES
DntiKhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam P. Rowland, of Gcrmnntown.
Miss Pcnrson's marriage to Mr.
Robert Emmot Tracy, of Boston
and this city, will tnko placo Juno
24, nt tho home of tno bride's
pnrcnts, 444 East Tulpchockcn
Mrs. John Carroll Logan has Issued In
vitations for tho marrlago of her daugh
ter, Miss Louise Carroll, to Mr. Henry
W. Moser on Wednesday evening. June
30, nt 7 o'clock, In Trinity Reformed
Church, Broad nnd Venango streets. At
homo cards aro for Tuesdays- In October,
4521 North 13th strcot, Logan, Pa.
The Misses Learning, of 3722 North
Brond street, spent tho week-end at
Moorcstown, N. J.
Mrs. Arthur Goldsmith, of 1501 West
Allegheny avenue, who Is passing the
summer at Havcrford, has been visiting
her slater, Mrs. Paul Bloyden, of Wash
ington. Mr. and Mrs. GaTrlol Gutlohn. of 2103
West Tioga street, with their family,
have gone to Atlantic City to romnin
""fev ?!,. IrnkJw
AT LAST tho day for tho "Melo
. dramatic movies" by "people ou
know has arrived, and they will be shown
today at Dolobran, tho beautiful Haver
ford estate of Mrs. Clement A. Grlscom.
The performances will be given at 3:30.
4:30 and tonight at 8:30 and 0:30. Tho
scenario has been furnished by Miss
lfntherlno Russell Bleeker and the cast
Is as follows:
Jiicob Mvlnr.ton, banker.. Mr. Geo. D. JJaraer
Itobert Do Forest. In levIth Gloria
raullno narten. POtne a. tftled forlner.
Clifford Barton, hu.nana oy!,,, Sluranl
elM Lonrtal.. a P'rofcDa,V(0gn,,,ald Oates
Scorch, th. lanou. ""'llUam D. Whel.a
Two plain elothearoen. n..-i.i. i
ljutler Mr. J. nandall Wllllam. Jr.
One of tho scenes of the movies will In
clude a "gambling party." The picture
was taken in the Racquet Club, and
among those participating are Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Clark Zantilnger. Mr. and
Mrs. Frazler Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Piatt, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. B.
Appearing in the dancing scene are Mlsa
Mary Stuart Wurts. Miss Eulalle V, 11 cox.
Miss Eveleyn Chew, Miss Isabel U urts
rage, Mis Edith Smythe, Miss Eleanor
Pepper, -Ir. L. Brooks Edwards. Mr.
Joseph Slnnlckson, Mr. Theodore Smythe.
There Is n "tea scene" taken In Mrs.
Griscom's home and the actors Include
Mr, and Mrs, William Ellis Bcu 1. Miss
Margot Scull.. Mrs. J. Randall Williams.
Jr.. Miss Dorothy Ball, of Boston; Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Chapman Thayer. Consul
General of the Netherlands and Mrs, A.
Van do Kande Bakhuywn, Mrs. Samust
Bettle. Mr. 'and Mrs. Randal Morgan.
Mra Edward Beecher Finok, Mrs. Mali
Ion Kline. Mrs, Frederick Jordan and her
small daughter and Mrs. Horatio Gates
There Is also a tea scene taken In the
Rltr-Carlton in which appear Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Piatt. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. B.
Franklin Peppar. Mrs. William Baker
Whelen. Mr: Coleman Paaoo Brown,
Mra Clarence C. Zantalnger. MUa Adeline
Papper and Mlaa Nancy Scott.
This unuaual anttrtainment U for the
baneflt ot tna Chartotte Cuahman Club,
mh and Locust trU. a clubhoiMe for
actraaaaa. where rooms and board may
be had at moderate coat and In eomfort.
abl surroundings. The officers of the
club are a follows:
Mra. OU Skinner, president; Mr. Mor.
tiar Brown, vie presldant; Mrs. Sam
iTchwrrat vteo pra2flt. Mrs. Jaw
Latae vtfe rWnt. Mm. Olik
t8Bo".wZlrU. trarer. MU
SMtioc atreet. Mra Kdward Baacaar
IC secretary. Mr Newton n: Pott
ZorMBPondlntl aecratary. Mrs WayWud
HoyT Mra Mahlon M Kline. Mra R.
Kmott Hare. Mra Jamea Elveraon. Jr.
Stt T Morrla. Mra William Bum
m Mr- fUine C ZaiiUlnaw. Mra.
HWr B Jiartow. Mra Edward T Stotea
burr, Mr.. JiQ!fa iaie Uoyi UU
! ranees Gilscom, Sirs. Theodore Voor
lices The patronesses nre os follows. Mrs
Clement A Grlscom, Mrs. Charles M
Lc.i, Mrs J. Oglesby Paul, Mrs Charlo
magne Tower, Mrs Thomas Mckean,
Mrs Jasper Ypates Brlnton, Mrs. Nor
ton Downs, Mrs. John Kent Kane, Mrs.
O. Helde Norrls, Mrs. Sidney Keith. Mrs
David 8. B. Chw. Mrs George B
Warder. Mrs. Richard B. Brlnton, Mrs.
Sidney E. Hutchinson. Mrs. Joseph Har
rison, Mrs. D. Evans Williams. Jr., Mrs.
Arthur II. Lea, Mrs. John L. Wentz,
Mrs. Samuel Bettle, Mrs. Randal Morgan,
Mrs. J. Randall Williams, Jr., Mrs. W.
Yorke Stevenson. ,
Among tho prominent matrons who
will chaperon are Mrs, Clement Grls
com. Mrs. Charles M. Lea, Mrs. J.
Oglesby Paul, Mrs. Charlemagne Tower,
Mrs. Thomas McKean, Mrs. Norton
Downea, Mrs. John Kent Kane, Mrs.
Jasper Yeates Brlnton, Mrs. Otis Skin
ner, Mrs. Mortimer Brown, Mrs. James
Large, Mrs. Clinton Rogers Woodruff,
Mrs. Edward Beecher FInck. Mrs. G.
Helde Norrls. Mrs. W. Bydney Keith,
Mrs. George B. Warder, Mrs. Richard 11.
Brlnton, Mrs. Sydney E. Hutchinson,
Mrs. Joseph Harrison, Mrs. D. Evans
Williams, Jr., Mrs. Randal Morgan, Mrs.
Samuel Bettle and Mrs. Davis S. B.
Thoto by llrun.l
MRS. FRANjCLIN SWIFT GIBSON
Mrs. Gibson, who was married
yesterday in St. Paul's Presby
terian Church, was Miss Kathleen
Mario Lucoy, of West Philadelphia.
Tho Idanoo Girls' Club gave their sum
mer dance last evening at nclflcld Coun
try Club. The dance was attended by
many prominent In tho affairs of the
Northeast The proceeds will be donated
Tho floral decorations were tastefully
selected and the hall was beautifully
decorated with ferns and pink roses.
Tho members of the Idanoo Includo Miss
Marguerite E. McBrlde, Miss Helen DeC.
Dnnohoo, Miss Edna Mae McBrlde, Miss
Theresa M. Keogh and Miss Reglna D.
Mrs. Wallwork, of 1316 East Columbia
nvenue. Is spending the summer at Ocean
At the Children's Day exercises to be
held at the Fourth Reformed Church
on Sunday evening, "Uncle Jimmy," of
the "Billy" Sunday party, will deliver
an address to tho children.
The wedding of Mr. Matthew Sherer,
4141 Laurlston street, nnd Miss Jennie
Gnughan, of Manayunk avenue, will tako
place on Tuesday, June 15.
The 25th anniversary of the founding
of St. Timothy's Hospital will bo cele
brated tomorrow with appropriate exer
cises at the institution. In addition to
this event the annual lawn fete will also
be held under the auspices of the Ladles'
Notices for the Society page will be
accepted and printed In the Erenlnc
Lmlter, but all nurli notices mutt be
written on one aide of the paper, must
be signed In full, with full addrc... and
when poMlblo telephone number rami be
Bend all anch communication, to
"Society Kdltor," Erentng Ledger, SOS
Unlets thee requirements are carried
out to that erlricatlor. may be po.slble,
the notice, will not be published.
MRS. A. M. MACLEOD
Pennsylvania Railroad Vice
President Marries After Ru
mors of Engagement.
Friends of Mrs. ArmlnU Rosengnrlen
MacLeod and Mr. W. W. Attcrbury weto
not surprised to hear yesterday thnt they
wero to be married today.
There have bren persistent rumors of
an engagement ever since Mrs. MacLeod
obtained her divorce from Mr. .Malcolm
MacLeod two jenrs ago.
The wedding took place at noon nt the
homo of Mrs. MacLeod, In St. Davids.
It was a very quiet affair and only
tho Immediate families attended. Aftor
tho ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Atterbury
left for the Tacldc coast on their wedding
Mr. Atterbury is vice president in
charge of operations of the Pennsylvania
Railroad. He has been In the service
of that company slnco 15S6, when ho en
tered tho Altoona shops as an apprentice.
He was born at New Albany, Ind., on
January 31, 1868. HIb grandfather was
Lewis Attcrbury and his grandmother
Catherine Boudlnot, niece of Ellas Bou
dlnot, at one time president of the Con
Ho was graduated from Yale before
taking up railroad work. From 1889 to
1S02 ho served na assistant road foreman
of engines on various divisions of the
rennslvanla sjstem. On October 26, 1S36,
he was appointed superintendent of motive
power of the lines east of Pittsburgh and
Erie, and on October 1, 1901, made general
superintendent of motive power. After
serving as general manager of the lines
east of Pittsburgh from 1D03 to 1509, ho
was elevated to the vice presidency.
Mr. Atterbury is a member of the Rlt
tenhouse Club, the Union League of Phil
adelphia, the Union League of New York,
the Duquesne Club of Pittsburgh, the
Maryland Club of Baltimore and the Met
ropolitan Club of Washington. He also
Is a member of the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers and the American
Society of Civil Engineers.
Mrs. Atterbury Is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Harry B. Rosengarten. She has
three children by her flrst marriage, Eliz
abeth MacLeod. Malcolm MacLeod, Jr..
and Harry R. MacLeod. She U a sister
of Mrs Lewis Nellson, and her brothers
are Adolph Rosengarten, G-eorga Rosen
garten, Fritz Rosengarten and Joseph
ROYAL BAKING POWDER
Known the world over as "the best baking powder "
Royal Baking Powder contains no alum. It is made frpm pure
cream of tartar, which is derived from grapes. Hencq, it assures
wholesome and appetizing food, free from all adulterants that
may go with would-be substitutes.
Royal Baking Powder Is Used by Mrs. Carroll, the Lecturer in
the Evening Ledger Cooking School at Horticultural Hall,
THE wedding of Miss Mildred Thorpe
and Mr. Frederick Stanley Whlttaker
will take place this afternoon, at 4
o'clock. The ceremony will be per
formed In the home of tho brldo nt
Devon, tho Rev. Andrew Mutch oftlclnt
lug. The bride will be given In marriage by
her brother. Mr. Hnrren Thorpe, and will
be attended by her little niece, Miss
Theodora Thorpe, daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Warren Thorpe, of New rork, as
flower nlrl. Afr wi.ii.aI.... ..ih i..... 1.1.
u ..... .....nuno, ll.ll IIUVC HID
brother, Mr John Hammann Whlttaker,
us oesi man
Tho bride Will Vfnr nn Avmil.ll nMM
.... .... ua'.uictiiv e,f.'i
of white satin and duchess lace, finished
with n. rourt train Her ell will be of
tulle held In phco by a coronet made
ot Iho duchess lace, nnd she will carry
a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley
ih" little flower girl will wear a simple
frock of white lingerie, with pink ribbons,
and will carry an old-fashioned bouquet
0 ,.,FW.e?.",Mrt roe" A. small reception
will rollow the ceremony, after which
Mr nnd Mrs Whlttaker will lenve on an
extrude, wedding trip, and on their re
turn will remain In Devon for the
A very nulet weddlnc .ni.ni..i
yesterday Mien Miss Eileen C. Shanahan.
mugmGr oi .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shnna
hnh. of M7l rwHAn .-.... ......... ....
bride of Dr James H. Haley, son of the
.u or, r. j. nniey. of 3733 Market
street. The couple were married by the
Rev. James C. Monahon at St. James'
Church, Chestnut street and 3Sth street,
In tho morning nt 8:30 o'clock. Among
those present nt the reception were Mr.
and Mrs Thomas Daley. Mr nnd Mrs,
John Daley, Mr. Michael M. Sullivan, Mr.
Paul Connelly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Haley, Dr. P. J. Haley. Jr., Mr. and Mrs
Michael MncGownn. Mr. nnd Mrs Wil
liam. Hennessey, Sir. nnd Mrs. John
Clark. Miss Ellen McOownn, Miss Grate
McGownn, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Taylor,
Mr John Hughes, Miss Mary Hughes.
Miss Margaret Hughes, Mr. Peter Hughes,
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McDermott, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jnmes Mulcahv, Mr. nnd Mrs.
George Orlftln, Sirs. Catherine Hartncv.
Mr. and Sirs. Samuel Mnson, Sir. nnd
Sirs John Kelly, Sir. and Sirs John Far
nan. Miss Anna Fnrnnn, Mr. Hugh Fnr
nan, Mr. Patrick Farnnn, Mr Charles
Fnrnnn, Mr. and Mrs. James Stnrtln. Miss
Agnes Stnrtln. Sir. John Martin, Sir. Jo
seph Mnrtln. Silas SInry Martin, Miss
Phllomena Martin, Sir. and Mrs. John
Farley, Miss Anna Horton, Sir. nnd Sirs.
G L Mitchell, Sirs. Michael Conor, Miss
Lillian Connor, Sir Harry Connor. Mr
William Connor, Sir. Thomas Connor,
Sir Leonard Connor, Mr and Mrs. Wil
liam Connor, Mr, Prank Steeple, Miss
Cn-a Steeple, Miss Emma Steeple. Mr.
Harry Steeple. Mr. William Steeple nnd
Miss Anna Steeple.
After the reception the couple left
for Honnnke, Vn , whero thev will spend
their honeymoon. Returning, they will
reside at their new home,' 2J3 South Al
den street, West Philadelphia.
Tho marriage of Miss Sine Elizabeth
Walker, daughter of Sir. and Sirs Joseph
R. Walker, ot 225 South 46th street, to
.Mr William J. B. Lnfland, took place Inst
evening at 8 o'clock nt tho homo of the
bride's parents. The Rev. George Hubert
T-op, rector of the Church of the Holy
Apostles, oinclntcd. The bride was at
tended by her sister. SIlss Edith Vance
Walker, as maid of honor, and M'ss Ada
Currey as bridesmaid. Miss Bus runston
and SIlss Eula Ylnnrnrd as ribbon
boarers. The brldo wore a gown of soft
white duchess Fiitln trimmed with duchess
laco with a court train Her long tullo
veil was caught with orangn blossoms
and she canted a bouquet of bride's rosos
and lilies of tho valley The maid of
honor wns gowned In butT-colnretl crepe
de chine nnd carried sunburst roses,
whllo the bridesmaid was In palo pink
pompauour sine carrying pink rosebuds.
Sir Clifford Stretch acted ns beat man
nnd the ushers wero Mr. Joseph runston
nnd Sir. Bayard Vineyard. Following tho
ceremony a reception was held, after
which Sir. and Sirs Lofland left for their
wedding trip. Upon their return they
will live nt 223 South 46th street.
Sir. nnd Sirs. Charles Henry Gruier an
nounce the marriage of their daughter.
Miss Pearl Clruver, to Mr R Manley
Pcterman, which took place al their
home, 561 East Leverlnglon avenue. Rox
borough, last evening at 7 o'clock.
Mr. and Sirs P a t e r m a n after their
wedding trip will reside at the home of
the bride s parents, where they will be
at homo after July 1.
Announeem.n. I m,r. a. .k m. !
s.i-. .r.u'w"",.'.;"!"' " ..........
. .,... lq ncnucn tnamoers, aaugn
tcr of Mr. and Sirs, Albert Wlnthrop
Ford, of Norwood, and Mr. George Bheels
yesterday. The ceremony took plaee In
tho First Baptist Church, 17th and flan
eom streets, at 7:30, the Rev, Dr, O H.
Ferris officiating. A reception for the
Immediate families followed at the home
of the bride's aunt, Sirs, a HSrIn Wes-
Sftlfl. Sttl.1: T?lfir.r,rtA HWAH..A ..- W..I..I.
, .. . ....iiba imviiuci aft. ci ...iiii
tho couplo left on their wedding trip, and
uh men- reiurn wm d at noma Thurs
days In Soptember at 85 Knowles avenue,
At the wedding of Miss Alice Burns
nroinlley. daughter of Sir and 'Sirs. James
Bromlley of "Allrene Hall," Frankforl,
and Sir. William John Coghlan, of New
ark, N. J., on Saturday, June 28. Mrs.
Lclghlon L Dorey nnd Mrs. William
Chester Yorkes will bo matrons of honor;
while the best man will be Dr. Jasper
Coghlnn, brother of the bridegroom, and
the ushers will Include Sir, Walter
Bromlley. Mr. B. S. Poor, Sir. Lelgh'ton
Dorey, ond Sir. Walter P. Coghlan.
Announcement Is made of the marriage
of Miss Hanna Gertrude Bchwanfcld and
Mr N. Louis Bhnten, on Sunday. Juno
6. at the homo of the bride. 3203 West
Montgomery nvenue. The ceremony waa
performed by Rabbi Slarvln Nathan, after
which tho young couple left on their
wedding trip, nnd on their return will re
side In Easton, Pa,
Commenrnnent, Cnllei. at Pharmacy, Acao-em-
of Music S o'clock '
,-,,.:n'Vi,!'.,,V.ll.w".r'1 'oung M,n' nepubllcan
Huh. Ifot.l MaJ.ailc: 7 o'clock.
..,!n.r.K".nl,,lon rnflln, Democratlo Club.
1SW Walnut urcet, 8 o'clock.
Homeopathic County Mciicnl Hoclety, Hahne
nmiin 1'nll.Bii: 8 o'clock. '
Municipal IlanJ concert, lVrney Post. Bus
qu.rtanna avenue and 0th .treat, IT..
Manarunlc Hoard ot Trade, Manayunki I
0 clock. Iee.
Commercial Etching directors, nouns: 8
tancaiter Avenue and JCd Street Du.lneia
Men. l.an.don avenue ant! Kd .treat; 8
o clock. Free
Haddington uoaid of Trade, Cllrard avenue
and IWth itroct, R o'clock. Free.
Ormantown Improvement Association: 8
o clock. rco.
Locan Improvement League, Proad street
and Windrlm avenue 8 o'clock, Fr.
Orartuatlon Frankfnrrt Hoanltal nurses, Nortb
Frankford llaptl.t Church. H o'clock.
woman SL'FrnAan rARTT.
S p. m. Suffraire ma..-meellnr at the Whir
ton Mreet Methodltt KnLcopal Church. 31th
and Cntharlne atreet.. Sneakers. MIbs Ade.lli
I'ntter nnd Georac O. Swam. Mrs. Harriet
Lowers at the orsan.
S If. p ni.-Opcn-alr meeting at 40lh Ureal
and t-ancaaler aienue. Mra. II. C Powell In
ti p m -Mlsa Mars Wln.or .penka borore lha
Artleuna' Mutual 1'iotectlve Order, 3US0 Lan
EQUAL FRANCHISE SOCIETY",
Noon Ml.a Anna McCue addres.ea emnlovas
at the A) era blanket mlll-v 3d and Cumber
Noon Ojen-alr meeting at .Tld atreet and
Woodland avenue r);aker, Mies Denhi Sap.
Noon Ml.a E.tcllo Rua.etl addreaae. rm-
Elojca of the Philadelphia Electric Storms
attery Company, 18th street and Allexbcny
ft p m. Mlsa Uerthi Banovlta apcaka before
the Hebrew Literary xocfety, under the au
apices of the United Waist nnd Oreaamak.ra'
8 p m. Mni, Donjan. wife of a former
ploslclan to tho Sultan of Turkey, speaks at
a aufrracg m.etlnK nt the re.ldence of Mr.
Ada HUT, 722 Bpruca street. H.r aubi.ct I
"Condltlona of Life Among- Turkl.h Women
and In the Harem." Mra A. M. Sweat and
Mr j. Curtis Waser-Smlth In charge. Ms. Una"
open to the public.
1 Nazareth Hall
Takes the parent's place for boya
from eight to sixteen years.
One of the oldest Boarding Schools
for Bojs In America.
Established In 1765.
Send for Catalogue; you will
Rev. S. J. Blum, D.D. Prin.,
A country school founded ITS. Modern
huUdlaaa. large campue Advantage of
mill ctlsi and Individual Instruction.
Thorough codec preparation Rates 1400
tbOO. SupervIsM athletics aWparat. actum
for yovirow boys. We Invlta cloawt Invea
tlaatlon a personal tlslt If poa.lWe. Wrlta
for our catalogue and plana of new dat
AIITHCII E. 1IHOWN. H. A., Headmaster
FRIENDS' CENTRAL SCHOOL
SYSTEM for BOYS and GIRLS
FROM KINDERGARTEN TO COLLEGE
Separata Department, for boys and girls la
the High School
School of this ay.tem located
l.llh & Race m. .I.'tli & Lancaster A v..
17th A Glrard Ave. Greene A School Lane. CHn.
WltlTK FOtt BOOK OF FltlBXDa SY8TBU
WM. ELMER BARRETT. SUPT.
t&TH AND RACE STS.. VlIILA
TRENCH FREE INSTRUCTION,
GERMAN Rook SO Centa
SPANISH No toih.r expense.
ITALIAN I No obligation.
FOSTER SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
1600 Chestnut St.
FRIENDS' SELECT SCHOOL
HOYS HO .V tetli St. GIRLS
All grade.. Write for catalogue
1915 Summer Courses
Begin June 22d
For bulletin of Information writs
WALTER S. WILCOX
COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL FOB 1IOY8"
Will own September 13th oa a alia Ideally
sltuataofer school purposes, one-ball mil.
I com Wysaawaod Station Bo. up until u
1MB ' X ag will be admitted 0a.
uaiiuii. alwwan and eight acre of ground.
KeTTOlbiou JleU. A.D. 11.11., llaad Sla.ter,
8110 Na.aboe Street. Cbeetnut Hill, Peao.
"TLLaWTOWK PRWARATOBY SCHOOL
Btimrrt- geisltw epeaa Jua 1M Preaafea
bora fir ldti eoUeaaa and ualvMattlee. Jflgb.
rtiid.. lSi3al dr?t oc younger bof.Ktw
auueuve ..j. vii, S3S
aaganan. a. as., j .-
taleg Freak L
WB6T CHB6TBB. PA.
lge-UW r year a M
Sitiy Beldwte gwaiaajg. ataaaten, Va. Lo
XT aSaneavloab VlUy al Vlrsleia.
Ualuroaued cltiuete. modern apawrWHteata.
T.jnJoderai. Puui ma eater ay tW
Ciai. Wm X. C. Weaeaat, psSetavaT
ti. .schooi. SB
JN HALL SCHOOL
Located la lb beautiful Cumberl.nd
Valley Collet. Preparatory Modern
Laagvag aad Special Cstusea Cenlfl
cale PrivllegM Room, with w'vat.
aaik Hotel Gladetoaa, AtlaMle City.
X J, occupied by school during- May
each year Work continue wltbeut ia
t.rruitlon. Rates, tMO For catalog
lJ CV.. addrea PRANK S UAG1LL
A M PrlaUpal
ULA1K8TOWN. N. J.
BLAIR ACADEMY FOR BOYS
IM.aor oa-Bunj.; Ukc. iBatal.,
Affordby Normal bchoul J.'.'lS
plouia The lTth Seaeion olna Sepi tt Couth
HUiaWr Pria IW daertet . Blt M4
UNDEN HALL MINARY
r UirU. ata-HM. IUll AaiaWa tl.UUvjjF.