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HOUSE PARTY TO
'Mrs. Horaco Brooke Burt Will Chaperon a Tnn xr i
Of Guests at Her RmchfnlZks0 Nttmb"
Mra, Horace Brooke Burt left yesterday
5 for the B. C Kartell, Jnokgon Hole, Wyo.
: AmonK those who will spend July with
jits. Burt are Mrs. Henry Drinker Mloy,
Jllss 3ttm Brooke lllloy, Mnstor Lewis A.
5-atllcy, Master Horace Burt Illlcy, of
SlrafforJi Miss Apnea Irwin, Miss Anita
Binders, Mlbs Bstelle Sanders, Miss
fe Carolyn Freeman, Mr. Morris P. C. Free-
i'jnan. Miss Carolyn Nash, of Washington,
alid" Miss Carolyn Newton.
; party o young men who left yeBter
mv in tho private car "Twilight" for Cal-
'llernla and other points West Include Mr.
Owen J. Wlster, Mr. "William MacPherson
Mtornor, Mr. I'etor Hornor, Mr. Gordon
SStrawbtldge, Mr. Kdward Strawbrldge,
str. Euwn.ru winsiow inyior. jr. ino
fjparty Is unaer mo supervision or. air. r.
t Morris Lonsstreth, nsslstnin head of tho
.Country Day School,' and will be away
- about two months.
nt. David 13. Williams will be at home
Informally for a garden da', Thursday
.afternoon, Juno 21, from 3 until 7, at
S,Overlclgh, Bala. (No cards havo been
B Dr. and Mrs. Liowis n auict, jr., or
lthe Bclgravla, loft town on Saturday for
& nt...lln CAtf. whprn tlinv will nnpml lhrt
i m ,1 ITrttnl TMwntnM
CUmUll'l tlk " "."""
. .. .HnnitnMil Viif tlin nlinlrman nt tn
RUIng Sun Committee, Miss Adelo Bay
ard, that tho net results of tho Japancso
' fete held recently nt Krlsheltn, tho Chest
nut Hill homo of Dr. and Mrs. Gcorgo
Woodward, amounted to about J1C50. Tho
gross receipts totaled $2200, which Indi
cates that ft very good percentage will
go to tho International Hospital, In
Of tho $10,000 pledged by tho Rising
Bun Committee, which consists of 103
Philadelphia girls, about ono-quartor has
now been secured. Tho object Is tho ad
dition of a children's ward to tho Toklo
Hospital, Plans oro already under way
for a much larger affair, to bo managed
i by theso girls In tho fall. Thoro Is some
talk of a real country horso show. Many
of tho girls nro arranging small affairs
during tho summer and teas and dances
HP tho various resorts, and ono of tho
commltteo is spending a largo portion of
'her tlmo this summer malting Jelly to bo
sold for tho fund.
. Along the Main Line
BRYN MAWR Mr. Joseph Parker Nor-
' rls and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Parker
Norrls, Jr., nro spending tho summer at
;4hnl Montgomery Inn.
. ir nni Mra. Tlnhprt W. Steel. Miss
,, Dorothy Steel and Mr. and Mr. Carl
Steel, of Morris avenue, win icnvo urauj
for their bungalow In tho Adirondack
.'Mountains, whero they will spend tho
i. Mr. Frederick L. Bailey, Miss Theodato
th. Bailey and Miss Edith II. Bailey, of
Ciovcrton, nro truvoiins m " """
iThey will visit Yellowstone Pu'rk, Cali
fornia and AlasKa, returning iukubi ..
if., nmi Vmi Tlnnlnmln II. Ludlow, of
tso Cricket avenue, aro spending a week
atDIckmoose, N. Y.
Isr rri- nnfi 'Mrs. Frances Mcllhenny, of
iHlIermald lane, will leavo shortly for
jProuts Neck, Mo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robort T. Blcknoll will
Espend tho month of August In James
Ktown. R. I.
Mr. Albert McAllister will leavo next
week for an extended trip through tho
'West, whero ho will attend both tho San
Francisco and San Diego Expositions
?and tho many points of interest.
f, Mrs. Frank Embery and daughter, of
Frankford avonue, nro nt Fort Elizabeth,
RMe., whero thoy will spend tho summer.
r J ,. AlA-vnnrini PhrlRtl.in Will
P at homo after July 23, at 122! Herbert
, Mrs. Christian, beforo her marriage
SJuno 15. was Miss jcanneuo neuiimu,
daughter or Mr. nnci .Mrs. umreo .-u-fnan.
of 113s Tioga street.
Mr. -Martin T. nivnn. of Edcchlll road.
iCynwyd, will spend tho summer at Camp
FN&maHchaug', N, II.
J' Mr. Gcome Fonwick Sheppcrd, a student
Sat. tho Virginia Military Academy, re
.turned liomn lnnt week to snend tho holl-
pdays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
'uwynn T. Sheppcrd, or. Cynwya.
Mr. nnrfn T7 Ktiipmfltr. of 6130 Wayne
ravenue, and a party of friends aro spend-
-Jng sovcral wtoks on a nsning inp nt
peavor Falls. I'a,
r Miss Qertrudo Conavcr. of West Haines
ustreet, entertained a number or inenas
flast week In lienor of her fyrthday.
Tr TYrtlllhn. T TMftfr.Vn.r ftf 514 Wlnona
pol Fletcher, left for Unekin, Maine,
wnero tney will remain uniu oepicmuor.
. Mr. anil rrs. LawrenCO O'ConnolI, of
LPaterson. V. -T.. nro the guests of Mr.
iThomas W. Jordan, of E618 Boyer street.
Mr. and Mrs. EUIa C. Shoemaker, of 403
t,Wt Prlco street, and their daughter.
LMlss Martha SerlU Shoemaker, have re
turned from a visit to Washington, u. u.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brady, of 6H Sulll-
fcvan street, aro receiving congwuiauono
Epn the birth of a daughter.
Kfrfl Vn,a r.4 Ti'wnna TAnnfntnTI. Of ftcllOOl
Uane, accompanied by her daughters, Miss
Margaret a. Dennlston, aiiss rtnnu "
Pnnlaton and Mlsa Kathleen Dennlston,
Will luva tlm'mtrLdln of JulV for thslr
nmmer home at Petit Manan, Me.
Mr a -r r1.nlAii rn Chnw nt Tlubl-
f&m avenue, have opanod their cottage In
yJwan City. N. J.
. mv. ano istrs. Wlllltwi a. .iwi -Rmlly.
or McCallum street, will spend
at summer on tfeir wrm 01 up
. Tin -J -r m...-1 Vlnl 'fll YSjint
PMhlngton lane, ocoompanled by their
vh, arry Kinuisr, win leave uujf
ki Pau&ma-Paciflo Exposition.
iUn. Anna LaC. B. Snow and hw foro
r. or West Penn strat, have lll lor
jookavale. Conn., wltfra thay will re.
Win throughout tha sunwuar moniuS
if Jra. Romaine JCayr, wf Waat Rlttan-
mnftiiaa a. - n.4n HnAn tha Runuaer
ttttui t Central Landing, Me,
Ajong the Reading
Mr. and Vifa. A. Raymond Raff, of Uti
ft anU vak Lane avenue, have Uft lor
Wf buoJLlow In tho Pocpnos, whero
HV WlU Znand that suramer.
V 'Mm Harrison LandU, of Lawtaton aad
"- ! V U UVV, U (W-b -w
U"k. hi .hi U.IM rauUHin HVtnu
,! aiit Mra Hairy Sipe, of CajlW
ftfett. Loaa, ajaaouac tho UJH4"
waiter E. Weldner. of Qlenslde, Pa.
atMm8ani?r,Mtr0T S'rt'dTDre"1 W,U "olde
felurn from i wMli'0.Knn U1,0n "ielr
tho nwii.i wedding Journey through
vas Mul mk,0!ft,nt' Cnnn' Mrs. Dresel
of Mr and 1?R L,hr ala?lns' dAu8hter
Mage Vat,ttsanftenh" "-
camn fuL8,",8'" f?r,th0 nelft of the
tSoS heStur'urs: JU'y at 8 p" m- at
hnum ahd M, AI-n'er W. Danncn
the? n,v OC0VP5""8 Wlndgarth Manor,
their new country scat at Noble.
A 'if'.T f Vo,cl',f "0 South 19th
nil ' u ,i0(iny for Rehoboth Beach.
Del., whero he wllUpend several weeks '
Mrs. A. Relchman, of 237 South Kfh
Baritlmolrnd,"Crl V:' ?"en havo gone to
Baltimore to vlq t re ntlvcs Thov win r
turn to this city two W?eki .
Miss Helen Wclsi, 500 Mimin Rtrcet, will
visit relatives for two weeks.
wnihortlva 'S" 3ackam Btrcet
A ante cuv P Ai SU7m cotlnso nt
o Zr,lt i'J'P. B?ardwalk. Ho will
ing the summer. ' ,h'8 C"y dUr"
6th i? Sn Sr;. Kelacr- im South
J!" street, and Miss E canor Kelser snent
tho weck-end at Wlldwood, N. J? P
Mrs. Louis Wclnsteln, 423 Mimin street
Ing a picnic to take place on Saturday aJ
srx,f ,nvBd &Bi
week to open their summer home. They
will shortly entertain a houso party of
tho younger set there.
Miss Mary Tress, 1323 South 6th street,
,p" yesterday for Atlantlo City, where
sho will visit Miss Ethel Butler at tho
Ocean Spray Apartments.
Mr. Francis Hartley, of Now York, was
tho week-end guest of Jlr. C. A. Baer
411 South Broad street. Mr. Hartley Is
touring tho Atlantic coast.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coward, E07
Wharton street, spent the week-end at
Atlantlo City visiting friends.
Miss Frances Fogcl, 1315 South 6th
strcot, nnd Miss Mamlo Abrams. 1312
South 6th street, will leave today for
Atlantlo City, where they will remain
tho rest of tho summer. They will visit
many of their frelnds and will bo exten
Miss Renfl Berkowltz. 634 Spruco street,
spent tho .week-end with friends at Ocean
Miss Gcorglno Fuhr, 2207 South 2d
street, left yesterday to visit her qunt,
Mrs. Arthur Knausi, of San Francisco.
Miss Fuhr will visit tho expositions.
Tho Don Bosco Club, 7th nnd Carpenter
streets, will hold a smoker on Saturday
to make plans for the summer. Tho chair
man of arrangements is Mr. John Fran
cisco. Miss Yctta Wclnsteln, 2239 South Darlen
stroet. will motor to Now York today,
whero sho will bo tho guest of her uncle
ror a fow days. Miss Welnsteln will
return by way of Saratoga springs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dl Nubile, on their
honeymoon to Niagara Falls, will be given
a surprise party on their return to this
city by their many friends. Tho party
will bo in tho naturo of a houso warming
at 741 South 8th street
Tho Girls' Trlanglo Society will hold a
danco this wcejj In the New Lyrlo Hall.
Tho dccorathlfls will bo very elaborate.
Festoons of wild flowers will bo hung
from tho balconies and thero will bo a
profusion of cut flowers and palms.
Many prizes will bo awarded. Tho Com
mltteo on Arrangements Is Miss Oraco
Alton, chairman; Miss Helen Toohen,
Miss Mlltlo Cotter, Miss Ellen Jaskow,
Miss Sarah Monls and Miss Helen Fratz.
Miss Margaret O'Brien, 4233 Market
Btreet, and her uncle, Mr. James F.
Brulte, 336 North 13th street, have Just
returned from a visit to Niagara Falls,
Can., and the Thousand Islands.
Tho closing meeting of tho Alpha
Omega Club was held Friday evening at
the homo of Arthur Byorkland, 6233 Race
street Among tho members present were
Miss Anna Sites, Miss Carrie Jyncn,
Miss Anna Flounders, Miss Mary O'Brien,
Miss Vera Frankenfleld, Mrs. Byorkland.
Mrs. Meredith. Mr. Mason Dunlap, Mr.
Joseph Sites, Mr. R. Meredith.
Miss Mariana Qulnn will return to tho
residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edard Qulnn, 3703 Woodland avenue.
Monday. When she arrives a reception
will bo prepared for her and a number
of her classmates will ba present
Miss Mary Clarke, of North 63d Btreet,
entertained her "600" club last night.
Among the guests were Miss Rosalind
f.. .!.., 1lma MnriiTA Mllllltl. MlSS Beta
McDovItt, Miss Helen Bradley. Miss Vir
ginia Cahoon, Mr. Frank D. Oestorle, Mr.
John Qrlilln, Mr. John Dwyer. Mr, Jo
seph Gibbs, Mr. Charles MacCabe, Mr.
Samuel Samuels. Mr. Frank S. nourke,
Mr. Edwin Gurton and Mr. J. Llnsey
Miss Rosalind Murphy, of 732 North
63d street, entertained her "500" club on
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Glesslnger mo
tored to Atlantic City with their guest.
Miss Ruth Carpenter, of Deland, Fla.
Mr and Mrs. Glasalnger will spend the
month of July at the Chalfonta.
MUs Mildred Jaeobs. a senior at Bryn
Mawr Collage, la staying with har aunt,
Mr J. T? GMiaon. of M Beverly avai.ua.
Miss Dorothy Batten, of Bast Baltl
mwfavtnue. Is visiting friends In Des
Solftea preparatory to Joining thw in a
trip to t W"t
Mr. Bwsene Sprtf r. of IW TV tJkto
LSu- at tJ& -ISO Brth Var
Mt avasue, Atlantis City.
Mr. and Mrs. AnltoW' Can J
u.J.k liih trat havo Bono ' Provl-
$ fj'KiLir futura ho
Mr and Mrs Lou H Hahn and fam-
BVEyilTfl BBl)flBB,1WTTr.r-rTrif K TrEOT)AT. JTrNE
MISS HANSELL FRENCH EARLE
Daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo II. Enrle, Jr., whoso engagement
was announced last week. Misa Earlo is a sister of Mrs. Victor C.
Bcggs. A third sister, Miss Edith Earle, will mako her
JUNE WEDDINGS ARE STILL
THE ORDER OF THE DAY
The Rev. Parris Vanis Slaiotcr Will Today bo Married to Miss
Grace Shrewsbury in Germantown Other
Weddings In and About Town.
Among tho Interesting weddings will
bo that of Miss Graco Shrewsbury, Grand
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo H.
Cook, of IS west Haines street, German
town, to tho Rev Parris Vanis Slawter,
pastor of tho First Baptist Church,
at Bridesburg. which will tako placo In
the First Baptist Church, on Prlco strcot.
Tho pastor, the Rov. Dr. Harry Springer,
will porform tho corcmony. which will bo
followed by a large reception at the homo
of tho brldo's grandparents. Tho bride's
gown of white satin and duchess laco Is
made with a court train, to which her
tulle veil will bo attached with orango
blossoms. A coronet of theso blossoms
will hold tho cap of tho veil In place.
Bride's roses and lilies of tho valley
will form her bouquet. Miss Emma
Hostcttcr, of Lebanon. Pa., will attend
tho bride as her maid of honor, and Miss
Blancho Turncy. Miss Helen Turnos;. Miss
Evelyn Roberts and Miss Trevetto torsu
son will bo bridesmaids. Miss Dorothy
o..... nn.i Min drum Wuuner. cousins
of the brldo, will bo flower girls.
The best man will no air. vi-num omw
ter, brother of tho bridegroom. Mr. War-
it xTr linuhitn Hevnolds. tho
Rev. Elmer Finger and tho Rov. Albert
Morris will bo ushors. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Slawter. upon tneir return irom un in
tended trip, will bo nt homo after Scp
. .... - in uv.f Mnimt Pleasant
avonue. Tho bridegroom was graduated
with honor from Tcmplo University this
A pretty homo wedding will tako placo
tonight, when Miss Mary J. Battln, nleco
of Mr. Alfred O. Kurtz. Sr.. of 3727 North
Carlisle street, will be given in marriage
by her uncle to Mr. Otto Hundcrtmark.
of 6937 North 13th street. Tho corcmony
will bo performed nt tho homo of tho
brldo's undo by the Rev, Dr. Elmer W.
Powell, pastor of the Second Baptist
Church, 7th street and Glrard avenue.
The brldo will bo gowned in hand-embroidered
organdie and laco, and will
carry a bouquet of lilies of the volley and
roses. Miss Margaret Battln, who will
ba her sister's maid of honor, will wear
n frock of pink chiffon draped over pink
silk! Tho bridegroom's best man will bo
Mr. Frederick Vogt A reception for tho
two families of tho young couplo will
bo held nfter tho service. Mr. and Mrs.
Hundortmark will return from their wed
ding Journey on August 1, and will bo
at home at ssss .worm rercy Bireet.
Tonight nt 7 o'clock Miss Ellen Doris
Bryan will become tho brldo of Mr. Will
iam Garnet Dodge, of Nowburyport.
Mass. Tho ceremony will bo performed
beneath a bower of roses and palms In
the homo of her brother and slster-ln-law.
Mr. and Mra. William T. Bryan. 370
West Duval street, Germantown, the
Rev. Dr. William Beatty Jennlng of the
First Presbyterian Church, officiating.
Tho bride, who will bo given In marriage
by her brother, Mr. William T. Bryan,
will ba attended by Miss Hilda A. Smith.
Photo by BallUo.
MRS. JOHN DI NUBILE
Who, before h marriage, was
Miaa Camilla Milano. Mr. and
Mrs, l)t Nubile are on their wed
of Baltimore, as maid of honor; llttlo
Miss Mary Douglas Hughlctt, a niece of
tho bride, and llttlo Miss Eleanor Cupltt
ns flower girls. Mr. Milton Slvermoro
Dodgo will attend ns best man.
A quiet wedding will tako placo today
at 5 o'clock In tho Mount Airy Presby
terian Church, Mount Pleasant and Ger
mnntown avenues, when Miss Ilcsslo
Anno Idell, daughter of Mr. Clinrlcs 11.
Idell. will become tho brlda of Mr. John
R. Butler. Tho Rev. John Jalhoun, pns
tor of tho church, will officiate. Miss
Idell, who will bo given In marriage by
her brother, Mr. Charles S. Idell, will
wear white crcpo do chlno, artistically
trimmed with princess lace. Her short
veil will havo clusters of orange blos
soms. She will tarry a shower bouquet
of roses anil lilies of tho valley. Miss
Barbara It" Idell, n sister of tho bride,
will bo gowned,. In pink crepe do chine
nnd will carry pink roses Llttlo Miss
Betty Idell will be flower girl. Her dress
will bo whlto lingerie, with an old rose
sash, and sho will carry a basket of pink
roses. Mr. Butler will havo as best
man Mr. Edwin Murray. Tho ushers
will Include Mr. C. Hayward Marshall
nnd Mr. W. S. Bowers. Thero will bo
no reception. Upon their roturn from a.
wedding Journoy Mr. and Mrs. Butler
will reside at 133 East Gorgas lane, Ger
Tho wedding of Miss Mario Bchlater,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schlater,
of 1317 Orthodox street, and Dr. Joseph
J. Toland. Jr., of 1627 Howarth street,
took placo this morning at St Joachlm'B
Mr. Gcorgo Toland acted ns best man
and tho ushers Included Mr. William.
Toland, Mr. John Toland, Mr. Thoodoro
Snyder nnd Mr. Raymond Consldlne.
Dr. and Mrs. Tolnnd will bo at homo
after September 15 at 1G21 Harrison street.
Tho wedding of Miss Jennlo Mondelll,
903 SIgcl street, daughter of Mr. Jarriea
Mondelll, and Mr. James Verrbaro, 1C07
Germantown avenue, took placo yester
day at tho St Nicholas Roman Catholic
Church, 9th and Mooro streets, beforo a
small gathering of friends and relatives.
Miss Carmel Itzl was tho maid of honor
and Mr. Nlccoll Gulll was tho best man.
Thero was n small reception at tho homo
of tho bride's parents. Among tho guests
wero Mr. and Mrs. Fortune Fnrborl, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frank Fcrlna, Mr. and .Mrs.
y i. irt.wim Mr rvnrcfi Fcrlna. Air.
Mariano Arlcro, Mr. Augustine Teraro,
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An unsually plcturcsquo wedding will
tako placo this evonlng in tho Chnmbcrs
Wyllo Memorial Presbyterian Church,
Broad nnd Spruco streets, nt 8 o'clock
when MIm Augusta Mlnnls Nowman,
daughter of tho Rov. John Orant Nowman
nnd Mrs. Newman, of 4t!l2 Hazel avenue,
will becomo tho brldo of Mr. Wilbur Law
renco Young Davis, Jr., of Cincinnati. Tho
ceremony will bo performed by Doctor
Nowmnn. father of tho brldo, and tho
Rov. R. E. J. Jarvls. Tho brldo will wear
an exqulslto gown of duchess satin with
a short full skirt nnd n bodlco of point
applique laco embroidered In silver thread
and trimmed with pearls. From tho shoul
ders will fall a long court train, and n
veil of filmy tullo held to tho head by n
small Juliet cap of loco caught with
orango blossoms 'will bo worn. Sho will
carry n shower bouquet of brldo's roses
and lilies of tho valley.
Tho brldo'B sister. Miss Helen Elizabeth
Newman, who will bo maid of honor, will
bo gowned in pink chltTon trimmed with
pink satin and laco and will wear a large
garden hat of leghorn trimmed with pink
roses nnd pink velvet streamers. Sho will
carry pink roses.
Tho bridesmaids will be Miss Hnzel M.
Lewis, of Indianapolis. Ind.; Mis Jesn
Harvoy. of Washington; Miss Julia Piatt,
Miss Anna Adams, Miss Margaret Tall,
Mlsa Agnes Watta and Miss Dorothy
Mr. Earlo Anderson, of Cincinnati, will
act ns best man and tho ushers will be
Mr. Benjamin Robinson, Mr. John Grant
Newman, Jr., Mr Arthur Seymour, Mr.
Harvey rattcrson. Mr. John Percy Gal
bralth, Mr. Edward L. Clemens and Sir.
Samuel P. Mlnnls, of Knoxvlllc, Tcnn. A
supper for tho members of tho bridal
party will follow tho ceremony.
UCCIFERRI DI PAUL
A quiet wedding took place yesterdav
In tho Romnn Catholla Church of Our
Lndv of Good Counsel when MIm Anna
Dl Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ca
milla DI Paul, 90S Slgel strcot, became
the brldo of Mr. Peter Ucclferrl, 914 Slgel
nriir. Tho bride wore crepo do chine
("covered with laco. Her veil was held
In placo with a crown or orange Dloa
om Sho cnrrlcd whlto roses. Miss Ma
ria Grills, 1024 McKean street, was tho
maid of honor. Sho was gowned In deli
cate cream laco. with n full hlgh-walsted
overaklrt of pussy willow taffeta In roso"
pink. She carried pink roses. Mr.
Thomas Brady was the .best man. After
tho ceromony ft bridal Bupper wae sirved
at tho heme of the bride's parents.
Among tho guests wero Mr. and Mrs.
Gcorgo Malse, Mr. Antonio Barlno, Wil
mington; Miss Mary Bonn, Mrs. Har
tletto Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Belllzzl, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Ucclferrl. Mr. and Mra. Carl
Dl Paul, Miss Rosarlo Dl Puut and Mr.
and Mrs, Thomas Brady. Upon their re
turn In threo weeks they will be at
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ted U Shaaaadoab Valley ( .VlfglaU.
Bnsurcatssd climate, modern swMtatmeaU.
Terai i moderate. Pupll mar aswr asy Baa
CaUtagBeT MUa K.l. Wetmar. riacipal.
WBST CHBSTKB. PA.
CTATENOKMAL SCIIOOL . Bojh 8ea
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UNDEN HALL SEMINARlT
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MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENTS FIGURE
PROMINENTLY IN EARLY StiMMBH
Miss Marion Belt and Miss Marie C. Glaub Sang hmding ParU
in Operetta Mies Tombleson Will Give Retital
in Gloucester City HalL
noxborouRh was ably represented In
musical circles on Saturday evening,
when Miss Marlon D. Bel and MUs
Marls C. Olaub sang leftdln parts In
an operetta Riven under the direction of
Miss Mary V. Fnrrell, of West Cheater,
In the Presier Building. 1710 Chestnut
strcot The opera. In on net. "The
Feast of tho Little Lanterns," was cast
Prlneeaa Chan (Chlnfe).,HIe Merlon t). Deli
Mai Ku (Japanese Junslor maid),
n , , . Mlsa Made C. Glatib
?v 1 7 fernM). Miss Jltlen D. Conwav
i?2,,J;,n.' iiL,ld,'..,n wA,,,n'v. s"" 8"tlt K,M
.???itl.,ll!S.i1r Moore. Mrm Oerrett, Mies
Bopranos-MIss Kleanor Farretl. Miss
May Wiley, Jiiss Esther Corcoran, MUs
Clare Stulc, JIlss Frieda. Blller, Mlsa May
Allos-Mrs. Moore. Miss Violet Bill,
Mian Mnrirflfat tt'llltnm -4l. rim..
p'Bonncll, Miss Lillian ' Fnrrell. Miss
Helen D. Conway.
Miss Hatel Mat'.illde Tombleson, of
Blackwood, N. J., wilt Rive a recital,
under the direction of Theodore Karls
Jennings, In tho Gloucester City Hall, on
the evening of June 30. Tho assisting
artists will be Miss Grace Severson Mc
Kenncy, soprano, Philadelphia, and Ber
nard W. Poland, tenor, pupil of Henri
Scott. Miss Tombleson la n pianist and
Impersonator of considerable ability and
at present a student at Combs' Broad
Street Conservatory of Music. The fol
lowing ladles, prominent In Camden
County nnd Philadelphia, nre the
patronesses! Jtrs. John Knight Ben
nott, Mrs. John Frcderlo Ulandy. Mrs.
William P. Brophy, Mrs Charles A.
Cognn, Mrs, Wlnfield Collin Firth. Mrs.
Jacob dcltslniler Foster. Mrs Thomas
J. Foley, Mrs. Michael J. dnnnon, Mrs.
John J. Haley, Mrs. James L. Hughes,
Mrs. Thoodoro Tucker Jennings, Mrs.
Francis Taul Jones, Dr. Annette Liver
moro LeFovre, Mra. James A. Lenny,
Mrs. James Gordon Murfln, Mrs. Aloyslus
L. MoElhono, Mrs. Patrick O'Bulllvan,
Mrs. Edith Cowley Hubs Potter, Mrs,
Ellen Cowley Hun Prlohett Mrs. Blch
ard nash, Mrs. Henry Arnold Bo"he, Mrs,
John Anion Smith, Mra. Mary O.
Stalgcr, Mrs. George Christian Btoll, Mrs.
Patrick A. Stewart, Mrs. Michael N.
Tombleson, Mrs. Mlchncl Walsh, Mrs.
John A. Waters. Mrs, Joseph It. Whlt
tlngton. Mrs. Elmer E. Wilson, Miss
Katherlno Bregy, Miss Gertrude A.
Baker, Miss Katherlno E. Bennett, Miss
Clarissa Bates Evans, Miss Augustine
Morgan Johnson, Miss Gertrudo M. Kle
fer, Miss Henrietta S. Leslie, Miss Llllle
M. Salmons. Miss Ida A, Wilcox, Miss
Annlo WhlttlnBton, Miss Mary Whlt
tlngton. Tho Literary Committee of SL Anne'B
Catholic Club has arranged for a do
bato to bo held tomorrow.
Pupils nt tho Kensington Music Studios,
at 2I2J Kensington avonue, gave n recital
last week for tho benefit of tho Cumber
land Methodist Episcopal Church. The
program nns under the direction of Mr.
John Itnmsey Thomas, who Is director
of tho studios. Among thoso who took
part wero MIsb Lillian Saye, reader; Miss
Florence Hubert, soprano; Mr. Clarence
Is s celled witha
What is the use of
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A Fortune Gas .Range is ready in a few moments
it does away with back-breaking drudgery it gives a
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waste heat and a turn of a handle puts out the fire.
These features are the basis of modern cooking
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YSUr WUS ,.eeeteeaaatire
i. Crowley violinist, nd MW Caraita
tli SfJr1, a,lb wul h1,d ''' "
J'1 Mfr country elob at tatAyettft
on July 4.
Mr. John Clarkson Is spendln few
weeks at Atlantic City.
Miss Elaine Wyckoff, Broad and Me
Kean streets, entertained a rew f hr
tohoul chums at luncheon and tffteg
Jl ,Jfi'A Vtily novelty was dmlr
in th basket holders for all the dlu
The centrepiece was a huge- basket f
white roses and aweet peas, Arrloriff lha
present trara Ml Gertrude. King, Mls
f-nlalle Billet. Miss Josephine Daiworth,
Miss Bos Vertng, Miss Mary Hale, MlM
?J.rr A.I,I'TM' J!l" Dorothy Smith. Mist
Helen Wright and Miss Jessie Ttlforth.
Miss EleanoA Gallagher, of (A Rhawn
street, spent the week-end at Atlantis
City, where sho was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles If. Houston at iheif
summer homo on Pennsylvania avenue.
Mrs. Charles Castor, of Vtti Keyatona
street. Is the guest for a week of MrsL M.
B. Sandle nt her home, il9 Hamilton
street. West Philadelphia.
A wedding of much Interest In Frank-
fnril will h flint nl Xflka -r.. s.m
daughter of Mr. and Mra. Leonard. OH,
ot Biui ramuoni arenus, and Mr. JamM
S Kcnney, on Saturday, June . at St.
Dominic's Catholic Church. Mlsa Anna.
Polmnn haa haan Hntpfif1 t, hrM.,H4.M
and Mr, Henry Bender, of IrtdeA"ttf
win act na oesi man.
What's Doing Tonight
Falrmount Park Hand, Btrawberry Manshmi
o o ciok. .Free.
rSW.r,sV,.5!"' NUht' at'
Municipal band, BaHiraore nrenua and CTU
lrat; 8 o'clock. Free.
Feed and grain dealers. Bourse: 8 o'clock.
Lctnrs on. Uelglum, Dr. Charles Baro'.ee,
Wltherepeon Hallt 8 o'clock.
Flee prteectatlon, Bethcnr MlaeloA, KensWg
ton and Allegheny avenues) a o'olock.
Suffrage Events Today
WOMAN BWritAOB PAIITT.
Noon Mtttlnr at the North American IAco
ractory. Employes addressed by Mrs. Mar
a p. m. Open-air meeting nt 02d street tnd
lAncaster avenue. unter ousnlcps ol party's
branch In the lTlh Leglelatlva District. (Speak
er. Mlrs Bertha Bapoflts and MIm a, D.
Chambers. Mrs. M. C. Dowell presides.
S.10 p. m.--0ptn-alr meeting nt 32th and
Wharton streets. Speakers, Mrs, Marlon
Holmes and Mlaa Knapp.
0 p. m. Miss ltelta nuteet, organiser for
the party, tiprasa befora tho nitenhou Asso
ciation ArtlranV Order Mutual Protection, Wa
street and Havcrford avenue.
EQUAL TltANCHISE BOCIETT.
Noon Open-air meetlnc at the Hamltlon
Carpet Mills, Front and Huntingdon streela,
Spenker, Miss Anna McCue. .. .
Noon Open-atr meeting at the Brill Car
Worka, ooth street and Woodland avenue.
Speaker, Mlsi ntrtha Bapovlta.
Noon Open-air meeting at tha Collins Tarar
Boi Company. !d etreet and Columbia atanua.
tTpeakers. Mias Margaret Boland and Mrs. J.
waiting indefinitely for
then have to watch it like a
simplify the work ot get
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on the ground floor of the Rel
Estate Trust Building, at Broad and
Chestnut streets, will furnish you,
free of charge, with all Borts of fcv
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