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SUVUSTXirvbKAT DINNER DANCES
&trv Clubs inTorresdalc,SL
u"u' ""lk "u, w nvrmai nances and
Dinners on Saturday Nights.
jjj Board of Governors of the Dela
r are River Club, at Torresdale, will
special dinner on Friday evening.
ti fallowed by a chid dance. AmonB
, who will entertain nt dinner are
'-Anil Mrs. A. Mercer Blddlc, Mr. Ar
il til I. Jackson, Mr. Charlea It. Smith
gnd Mrs. Robert It. Logan, Mr. and
Isaac II. Francis, air, Aicxnncicr it.
tehell, Jr and J,r8' acorK) n' Bower
,llr. and Mrs. u, u, iJnncoaat.
k thiinit6lDhla Cricket Club will also
U Its weekly dlnncr-dance on Saturday
by the members and their friends.
I are nrrHiiKcu un uiu utii-kcu icr
and lawn, and after dinner tho
it danco In tho ballroom and on tho
;r, and Mrs. Charles Heath Bannard,
Wfl do tancey jmicc, announce tno
e.mtnt of their daughter, Miss Mar-
jftt Torko Bannard, to Ensign Edmund
3(h Wcuawiej. uniieu ouuo ixavy, ino
cf Mr. ana .urs. wiuiam Jiorria aic-
tgjley, of Havcrford, 1'n.
f, AlC&wiey is ui prceeiib Hiiacncu
j,e U. S. S. New Jersey, at Boston,
Mjjl, Jio IB lb iiiviuuui ui mu jtutiiuub
Merlon uricKct v-iuus, or. rnuouci-
and tho Army ana isnvy tiiub or
ishlngton, D. C.
'im Winifred Ormsby Clarke, daughter
1fjf, and Mrs. Louis Bcmplo Clarke, of
t road, naveriora, wno, nun iiira
ke ana Air. u. i-nuups uiarKe, nas
,n sending a fortnight nt Silver Bay-
Slfjike George, N. Y., left on Mondny
hjf Maine, whero sho will remain during
'. James u. aneicon. wno enenus
pich tlmo In Philadelphia, where Bho
formerly uvea, nas returneu 10 waen-
:on. alter visaing relatives in uicn-
fend, and will later Join friends ai Now-
irt, to spenu a monm, returning 10,
'Mblngton early In Scptomber.
T. waiter unryetic, or,, un vi uv.
7SK Mrs. Walter Chrystlc, of Clifton,
BlBrmMawr, la spending July In tho mil
SfiurV training camp nt Plattsburg, N. Y.
Klis Margaret II. Chrystlo is visiting In
It. ana airs. James ai. ncca, ol .vm
:ut street-, will leave today tor St.
Sid's, wliero they will occupy tho for
ger home of Mrs. W. W. Attcrbury.
illr. and Mrs. Gustavus Romaic, or
eiuiut Hill, will leavo today In their
cotor for Grlndstono Inn, "Winter Har-
r. whero they will spend August. Their
Wghters, who arc- with MrB. Naudatn
Dair at Beaver Camp, Me , will loin
, thtm tho latter part of August, and they
fill spend September in mo AaironnacKs.
r Along the Main Line
BRYN MAWR Mr. and Mrs. Tristram
Kolkel and family, of Morris avenue, are
P..JIm T..1. n 41.A tllnnmtnt CZmrff.
Oub, Elko County.
Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Karnshaw, of
K1 MnMrrnmprtf nvfnil wilt lpnvn thA
flatter part of this month for Southamp
ton, whero they will bo tho guests of
HIes Ruth Glllman for several weeks.
IB1 nOSEMONT Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc
gKean, o( Qlencoo House, left last week
lor iiarraBanaui.i. x-tcr. wncre lacy iiuvo
taktn a houso for the season.
Dr. and Mrs. Honrcfi Tnlps Baker, of
ttancasfcr avonuo, will glvo a two weeks'
ttiue party at their camp In tho Adlron-
ocginnlng July 30.
LLANOVA Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
iter Morris aro spending tho summer
ur. and Kirs. FrnnnlR Rnnnnr nn ATtaa
lflVt, nlnmnn n ia ennnrll.. V. h m...ab
r""J ww(v..iu.t uku OU.lUlltt, 111V OKillltlUt
neir home hero.
IMERION - Miss Dorothy Dennett, of
pthlngton, D C, who has been tho
ftjest of Miss Deborah Seal, of Merlon,
US gone to visit friends In Morrlstown,
r. and Jlrs. Georgo "Wentworth Carr
wisa Sarah Carr will leavo next
: for a six weeks' trip to Panama.
Efr. and Mrs. Frederick II. Allen and
geir son, Frederick. Jr., of 313 Wlstcr
Itt, uermantown. havo opened their
rammer homo at Soring Lake. N. J..
Euro they will remain for tho rest of
r. W. Sidney Jonson. of 3H HiEh
Eeet, has returned from a two weeks'
gtorboat trip to Baltimore and Chesa
yk Bay. Mr. Arthur Jopson Is spend
i? the summer In camn at Lake Cham-
iIIji Sun Wlddls has returned from an
gended stay In Los Angeles.
iflts Mary Shapley, of 131 Woodlawn
e, Is spending some tlmo In Los An-
Jlea Margaret Connolly, of 110 Pasto-
treet. Is spending the summer at
prtca, L. I.
James 'McMahon. of 703 Locust ave-
accompanled by Mr. William Cald
i of Germantown and Chelten ave-
l left yestordav for a few days' stay
I Along the Reading
flonouncement Is made of tho marriage
iss Lavlnla Fegloy, daughter or lr.
' tfegiey, of 1501 North warnocK
Logan, to Mr. J. Walter Levering,
0 North mth lrMt. on Saturday
J. at the home of the bride's father.
vf remony was performed by tno Jiev.
w oanson, pastor ot the unvei iie
d Church, 10th and Ituscomb streets.
Florence McClaskey attenaea tne
i as maid of honor, and Mr. William
Wth was Mr. Leverlng's best man.
ceremony was followed by a recep-
Mr. and Mrs, Levering will live In
(a In tho autumn.
awn party will bo given by the Mc-
Fire Company No. 1 tomorrow
William P. Denesre. of Bydal, has
f guest her sister. Mrs. John Kearns,
gfonto, Can. Mr. and Mrs. Denegro
f epened their bungalow In the Cats-
ountams lor tho remainder or tno
Jenklntown Boy Scouts. vho are
lP Delmont, Pioneer Island, on tho
Tiu jiiver. will return this week,
i wen mere ror two wmki.
ind Mrs Robert JI. Nones and Dr.
J Nones, Jr.. of m South sth
win spend part of the summer In
fnarrlage of MtM Isabel Ancora
'o Mr Alfred Wlegand will taka
a fTiaay. July 39, In St. Jam4
ih and Chestnut street.
of Ul gars Camobell. 4SI
) avenue, and Mr Bruca Mur-
w- KlngsesaioB avenue, were ur-
i to leain that they nv been roar--
NuvambM laat. To nareuts
lit ele informed of the nmrrie
Martin's and Nearby Keen the
I'ltS?,"1" wllh. " Xtthrm Ed
uTZL .i ' iUurrays mother, at
tr!.0M Jan 1IuJn. Aspen
street, and Mrs. Hanson McCauley. 43d
street and Falrmount avenue, have Just
tnr;ifl!!!1 Str"' niohar Oorrls. 6112 Hav
fn'BaVSSr."'11"6 ,h 8Umm"
nulu Bn.', J1?' C1,nr'e8 H. nnnn, 4010
W.l nT0'' '!aV0 lcft tor th Delaware
summer? y wl" spnd lho
Mr. and Mrs. A. lllchovsky, of 327 Jack
eon street, have Issued Invltatloni for tho
marriage of their daughter, Miss Iteba
Blchovsky, to Mr. David Harsh on Sun
day evening, July 26, nt 7 o'clock, In
Grand Hall, 412 Wharton street.
Mr. and Mrs. nnymond Hnslcr, of 2117
houth Lambert street, entertained a num
ber of friends last Sunday c onlng nt a
reception, Bl on In honor ot MIbs Gladys
V. Sterling, of Baltimore, who Is stniing
with them till August.
Mips Mlnnlo Bolcr and Mies Wclnateln,
or Baltimore, arc spending a few weeks
w th Mr. nnd Mrs. Wolf Frecgobb at
621 South 3d street;
Mr. Matthew B. Black and family will
leavo on August 8 for a two weeks' stay
Mrs. Charles A. Smith, of East Moya
menslng avenue, accompanied by her
daughter, Miss Agnes C. Smith, and Miss
May Ennls, will spend the nsxt two weeks
Announcement Is made of tho betrothal
?,,.ML8S..ElBl GrBan, daughter of Mrs.
Lllzaboth Grogan, of 1827 South 22d
street, to Mr. Follx Spatola, Jr., Tho wed
ding will take place In October.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Heydo and
Miss Dorothy B. Heydo, of 2323 South ISth
street, havo taken apartments nt the
Bcllovuo, Ocean City, N. J., whero they
will spend August and September.
Miss Mnrgnret Clary, 1730 Snyder ave
nue; Miss Katherlnc and Miss Elizabeth
McManiu will spond two weeks as tho
guests of Miss Helen Gulnns, Frackvlllc.
The engagement of Mr. Harry W. Wag
ner, of 2217 West Lehigh avenue, nnd
MIbs Mario Meglee, 2111 West Hunting
don street, has been announced, tho wed
Ing to tnko placo In tho latter part of
September. Mr. Wagner recently added
another story to his property on Lehigh
nvunuo, nnd nfter the return of tho
couplo from n wedding tour to Niagara
Falls and Cannda they will llvo there.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Sliawkey, tho for
mer well-known ball player, will net as
best man and matron of honor, re
spectively. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles H. Murr, of 1301
North 20th street, announco the engage
ment of their daughter. Miss Ida M. Murr,
to Mr. Charles F. Fundlngcr, also of this
Miss May Fields McKean, of 2219 North
Camac street, has resigned her position
as editrore of tho Templo Bovlew, tho
Baptist Temple organ, and Is spending
tho summer at Wlsmer, near Doylcstown.
Mrs. M. Hamilton Itced, of 1840 North
Camac street, with her dnughtcrs, Miss
Emma Maud and Miss Knthryne, aro
spending tho season at Lako George.
Miss Gertrudo M. Sommer, daughtor of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Sommer, of
1800 North 27th street, who has Just re
turned from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. J.
McCloskcy, at her cottago on Connecticut
avenue, Atlantic City, is at present tho
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Wheeler, at
their homo In Devon.
Mr. Arthur Jacobs, of Front street and
Susquehanna nvenue, has returned from a
two weeks' Ashing trip along tho Atlantic
Tho Friendship Outing Club wilt hold a
block party on Abigail street, near Sus
quohanna nvenue, July CO-31. Tho com
mittee In charge Is Sirs. Emma Stewart,
Mrs. M. Whltlock, Mrs. M. Heebner, Mrs.
Kuthryn Boesz. Mrs. EllzaDetli Ycarne,
Mrs. Matilda Gatter. Mrs. Mary Robin
son. Mr. Charles Whltlock. Mr. Albert
Heebner, Mr. Samuel Lako and Mr.
Mr. and 3Irs. Charles Martin and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Robert McNeil, prominent In
Northeast social circles, havo returned
from a motor party at Toms River, N. J.
House Sergeant John Little, of tho 4th
and Yorlt Btrecta station, has Joined his
family at Atlantic City after a motorboat
trip to Maurice niver.
Miss Mary T. Roiana, of Martlnsburg,
W. Va., who Is the guest of Miss Vera
Patterson, of Lelper street, was guest
ot honor at a buffet luncheon nnd "500"
yesterday afternoon. Those who assisted
In receiving wero Miss Sara M. Voor
hces, Miss Marlon Gates and Miss Grace
Mr. William R. Beezley, of 6316 Rising
Sun nvenue, Is visiting In Chicago.
Miss Mary Flnley, of Tulip Btreet, la
tho guest of Miss Helen Dutton. at
Shepherdstown. W. Va. She will remain
until September 6.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Wright, of Pcnn
street, have returned from a delightful
trip to Pottstown, Pa., motoring up
among the camping parties on the
Perklomen and tne -uiinsins jtucua
Park at the former place.
The friends of Dr. Loula II. Mutach
ler. of 24JW West Tioga street, head sur
geon of the Kplscopal Hospital, will be
glad to hear that he Is convalescing from
his recent Illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Sellers, of 367
North lth street, and their daughter,
Miss Maude Sellers, havo gone to
Qwynedd for the remainder of the auro
roer. Mrs. George T. Oravenstlne, of JM
North ISth street, aoeompanl4 by MUs
BHtxabeth Gravenatine, will P" tt" '
of the season In Atlantic City.
Notice for the Society pax will
aewpted and printed la the Brenlng
Ledger, but all mob. nollcw mut bo
written on on. aide of the PPr,
moat be ln4 " ' w,th ,uU d"
Urea. ad vhen poaalble telephone
nurobar muat be gUen.
gnd H aoA communication to
'8oJety Editor," 5eouis I.cder,
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LEDGERPHILADELPHtA, THTtttRDAY, JULY 22, 1915;
lHHHtf Ifc BC ti ejSifr TTBfiSSPKrt V UmntSKaSBPrSHSSSUEaSSt' iS&EnHiiH-Efl Wf
Miss Grogan's betrothal to Mr.
MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC SOCIETIES
, ENTERTAIN SUFFRAGE EVENTS
Harmony Club, of Northeast Philadelphia, Holds Monthly Meeting.
The Fivelbip Club Plans Various Outings Lawn Fete
and Picnic by Suff7-agists.
THE second monthly meeting of tho
Harmony Club was held last week at
the clubrooms, 2232 East Williams street.
Tho entertainment was opened by an ad
dress by the president, Mr. Oscar Silver
man, nnd wns followed by a trio boIo by
Mr. Albert Segal, Mr. Solomon Rosen
berg and Mr. Jack Marks. Impersona
tions wero given by Mr. David Simons
nnd Mr. Louis Wcsscl. Piano solos wero
given by Mr. Jack Cassner, whllo Mr.
Morris Komlnars sang several songs. Mr.
Samuel Simons and Mr. Samuel Laskcy
gave recitations, and Mr. Louis Brenner,
tho Harmony's favorite comedian, kept
the guests In laughter for moro than a
half hour with his witty sayings and
parodies of up-to-the-minute songs.
After tho entertainment refreshments
wero sen cd and tho floor cleared for
Tho Fivelbip Club is awaiting tho com
pletion of Its prospective clubhouso nt
4US Parksldo avenue. At tho last regular
meeting plans for tho furnishing of the
new building were discussed. They also
have adopted tho schedulo for the re
maining months' outings: July 23, Atlantic
City; August 1, Chamounlx Lake; August
8. Six Boy Woods; August 15, Wlldwood
Crest; August 22, Asbury Park; August
20, Laurel Springs; September C, Almones
son Lake, which will be tho closing day
of the season.
Members of Baptist, Methodist and Con
gregational churchos from Darby, Sharon
Hill and Colllngdale will hold a picnic at
Brandywlno Springs Park today. Miss
Mary Stewart, dean of women at the
Montana University, will make an ad
dress on suffrage.
A suffrage lawn foto will be held July
Camden and Vicinity
Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Woodward and fam
ily aro In their cottage at Wlldwood.
Mrs. Benjamin F. Boycr. of 521 Linden
Btreet, who spent last summer traveling
In Russia, Is at Capo May with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Paul Mecray, of 405 (,-ooper
Cards announcing tho betrothal of Miss
Maymo Thompson to Mr. Joseph Mc
Laughlin havo been Issued by Mr. and
Mrs. James Thompson, of Chester,
parents of Miss Thompson.
Miss Marie Buttlhger. of Ridley Park, is
now staying at Swan's iBland, Me.
GREEN'S P. P. Kiln. Altoona, Pa.; It. F.
Power. Boalon, Man,; Louia Peree. Balti
CONTINENTAL Mr. and Mra. 0. B. Cooper,
Edaewater, N. J.: Mr. and Mra. W, M.
Mover Heading, Pa.; Carl Vest. Pateraon,
DOONKR'S Edward Hafflter, PottaUlle, Pa
W. J. Jonca, Delta, Pa.; J. P. Uugnu.
NEW' HtNdirAM-P. A Lauer. Ppver, Pa .
J. V. Morlarty. Detroit, Mich.; II. London,
lIANQVnn W. H. Uoyd. Stutton. Pa.; M. J
llottnViC Newark N J.. Mr. and Mra. O
Froier PHUburgh, Pa.
WINDSOn-O. J. Nlcklaw. Schenectady, N.Y ,
k" a Meyers, Norrlatown, Pa.; M. k Sny
der, Hanoi er, Fa.
VENDIO-E. E. Cox. Richmond. Va.: V. M.
Mailteld. Paaaalc. N. J.: I. S. Fleck, PltH-
ADEkPHIA-M. C. nhone. Wllllanurart, Pa.;
All5wird IWgg, Newark N. J.i Mr. and
Mra. J. J. lluchanan. Pittsburgh, Pa,
rt JAME8-E. C Wolf. New York: Mr. and
lira. V. W, Harla, Washington. D. C. H.
v. nidv. Now ork
bELLBVUE-STRATFOnp-H. Long. New
VMk FA. Easter Boston, Mas.; T. D.
MMriwad Pittaburgb, Pa.: W. A. Parker.
BilUBOW. MdV F W. Wd Italtlmore.
S'Ti, Ttwnaas. Fern CMn. Ps-t.C. E.
wirnir Detroit. Mich., A X. ,WUlJnw,
WlllWrri; Pa.i K. . CoUia. K York.
WALTON-M. D. Brooke. Norrlatovvn. Pa ,
Mr. and 8- c- '; WlUnlnston.
Sil.; Walter J Kiln. Loeknort. N. Y
btmmtok Mr aad lit. 1. C. Biddle, John
Bte fh Mr and Mr. P. H Hoduring.
Cr Pafl Mr. and Mf. Thoovas Pur.
call, llarrisourg. Pa '
m. JamaTj. DrUcoU. Botn. Maa.
RITTaWIlOUaJS-WUllam B JOlU a"0"'
"JiiSlLJiihiiFir Fa i Mr. and Mr W. II.
Crawford Clv aland, O.. II B. Di
Vacation Day Precautions
It' a great to flad yoore far
from beme d. unable to eh tain row fairoj-
lU BTaridr to four napw
l" ou. tbe edIUea dakd.
K-anolaco, Cul.; Mra. Earla Loom!, Wllke.
taw Pa., A. A Koch. Cleveland. O.! John
w Wlwlan. Atlantic C tv, N. J.; Mr. II.
J. Sharpei Waahlngton. D. C.t J. Johnson.
MISS ELSIE GROGAN
Felix Spatola, Jr., is announced by her
Tho wedding will take placo in October.
20 on tho vacant lot belonging to Mrs.
Mary Kent and situated on tho corner of
Princeton nnd Park avenues, Swnrthmorc.
Cako nnd candy and tho ever-popular ice
cream cone will bo on sale. Esthetic
dancing will bo n feature of tho foto, and
a good suffrage speech wilt be mndo dur
ing tho evening.
Tho Mlshorral Zlon gnvo n musical play
nnd danco at Lyric Hall Inst evening to
celebrate its first anniversary. Tho club
was organized on tho 23d of July, last
year, by Mr. Leon Herman Rose, nnd Is
now composed of n senior club of 20 mem
bers, two Junior clubs of 75 members, a
Sabbath school ot about 300 children und
a lecturo department of 20. They are a
trlbuto of the Council of Jewish Clubs of
Philadelphia. The olllccrs of tho club in
clude: Mr. Leon Herman Rose, president;
Miss Hattlo Bllcdcn, vice president; Mr.
William Lupowitz, secretary, and Mr.
Herman Malerman, treasuicr.
The program Included:
t. 0crture Ilorovltz's OrchcRtra
2, Adtlrcas Mr. Leon Herman Kofe
,1. Vocnl Solo Miss Hose lllledin
4. Chorm Mlfhorrnl .Ion Club
C. Violin Solo Mr. Simon Jack eon
(1 Mnndnl'n Solo MIbs Lillian Cook
7. Ballot Danco Mlia Sadye Tlrell
5. Vocal Solo Mr. Maurlco Horowitz
0. Flower Danco Mls Anna Davldow
10. Comedy, 'One Hour at School" Club
Tho auxiliary of tho Northeastern
Lndles' Benevolent Society gavo a street
carnival Inst night on Jefferson street,
between 6th and 7th streets. Various col
ored lnnterns formed tho decorations, nnd
tho attractions of tho evening consisted
of automobilo and hay rides, fortuno-tcll-Ing,
a fish pond and d'.nclng. Thero wero
also tables with refreshments and small
articles on sale. Tho officers of the aux
iliary nre- Miss Nan K. Cohen, president;
Miss Leonora V. Solladan, vico president;
Miss Sarnh It. Terman, secretary; Mr. A.
Flcholcder, treasurer. Tho proceeds will
be devoted to the poor of the district.
Mrs. Charles Beadenkopf and Miss Mnr
lon Beadenkopf have gono to Eagle's
Mere, Pa., to stay a month.
Miss Phyllis Partington nnd Mlsa Es
ther Bancroft are visiting Miss Mary
Stabler at Sandy Spring, Md.
Mrs. J. Davis Slsler has gono to Atlan
ta City, N. J., to stay Beveral weeks.
Suffrage Events Today
woman surrnAOC party.
S p. m -Lawn fete at 133 Eait Halnea street.
Germantown Ml M. Katello Ilua.el. organ
Iter lor the party, will ereak.
H r. m. Open-air meetlnir at 40ih atrcet and
Ltncaiter avenue. Speaker, Ml.ia 1. Stella
h .to n m. Open-air meeting- at 13th and
South atreeta Speakers. Mla Si Uttello Hu
el, Dr V. M 11. Moore and Mra. Kolilcr.
EQUAL rltANCHISE SOI IKTY
Noon Open-air meeting on the Poatofflce
Plain, Uth and Chestnut street Speaker, 11U
MISS REBA FBEEDMAN
Miss Freedman's betrothal to
Mr. Samuel E. Levick wm an
nounced on Sunday.
mother,' Mrs. Ellzaboth Grogan.
Peter daub, of 121 Hlpka nvemic, will
leavo Sunday on n visit to friends nnd
relatives In Pottsvllto nnd Ilazleton, Fa.
Mr. and Mra. C. A. Mack and family,
471 Lyceum nvenue. aro spending tho sum
mer nt Schwenksvlllc, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Stroh and family,
of D52t Illdgo nvenue, nro spending tho
summer at Wlldwood, N. J.
Mrs. Chnrlcs L. Scasholcs, of 3625 Queen
lane, gavo a delightfully appointed lunch
con yesterday at her homo In honor of
Mrs, John Watorhouso, of Olney, nnd
Mrs. Howard Bvnns and Mrs. Emcllno
McAfee, of Germantown.
Miss Marjoric Hannum, ot 16 Bigby
avenue, is entertaining Miss Josophlno
Way, Miss Janettc Nichols and Miss
Margaret Ilannum, all of Kcnnctt Square.
Mlsa Cora McCully, of La Crosse avenue,
ontertnlncd lust ovcnlng In honor ot Miss
Miss Marlon Haley, of "Wycombe, will
leavo today for a week's vacation at
Phila. School of Design for Women
UROAl) AND JIAHTF.lt STREETS
Rropena beptember 27, WIS.
Full courses In Art and Industrial Art.
Practical Designing in all Its branchja.
Illustration Costume Illustration,
P. A. II. WIIJKNKK FELLOWSHIP
TO KUltOPK VOK DESIGN
STRAYCR'B RUSINESS COLLEGE
will make exreptionally attractive offer this
week to any person desiring a business
801 to 807 Chestnut etrect,Thljadelphla.
with Preparatory Department
Nearest of all colleges to the discipline, phys
"a " leal training and education of
Weit Point, .ago "'"
years and upward. Total en
rollment limited to i IM.
n. .... nMniKH In Civil hn-
'' clneerlnir, Chemistry. Arts.
ror cataiotiuo aui'
CI. C11AS. E. 1ITATT, Pridiol.
Bo 5(16. Chester, Pa.
Miss Cowles' School
FOR GIRLS, Hollldaysbiirg, Pa.
In tho hoalthful mountain country
of Pennsylvania, Everyoppprtunlty
for outdoor life. Preparatory for
Bryn Mawr and all other colleges;
certificate privilege. Music, Art,
Domestic Science. All rooms con
nected with bath. Swimming pool,
gymnasium and sleeplnB porch.
MISS EMMA MILTON COWLES, A. B.
Head of School
PENN HALL SCHOOL
tun uinui . . .
Located In tho beautiful Cumberland
Vriley Collega Preparatory. fdn
Laiigusge and SpecialCourses. Ccrtln
cat Privileges. Rooms with prlyat
bath Iloul Oladstone. Atlantlo City.
N J., occupied by school during May
ileh year. Work continue without In
t.rruptlon, Rata. ?ou '.?
ana views. -. .
A. u . rrincipai
BLAIR ACADEMY FOR BOYS
Jotfs r? BHARM a-U ,t?n.. PUB.. Bo A.
AFFORDBY NORMAL SCHOOL
immuw " "7J7 c:;,: hiuVjii- hhi..
Modal and PraotH W
Kglgyt b B4ii55.:ii4.
bud. Prln .
Mary Baldwin, Seiaiaary. SUuaten, fi Lo
cated In Shenandoah VaiUy of Virginia.
UMuroasaad cllmat.. modaro aptwUtm.atk
ma Tmodarau PupW y nt.r aoT Una.
MORAVIAN SJKM1NAIIY COLUCOB PO
WOMBN MtTTOLBBBM. PA -AotJ.
CAPS MAY. July M.-th finals of tha
tennis tournament were played off at the
OoK Club Tuesday. MIm -yrncr won
from Miss Mario Starr by a score of M,
ft S-i. Both players were In excellent
form and displayed n great deal of
strength In their shots. Mlsa Warner
worked hard for the championship, whlcn
entitled her to lho beautiful cup.
Mr. and Mrs. Pnxdn Knapp, ot Balti
more, havo motored here for a few week,
whleh they will spend at the Hotel Cape
A current events class will be held at
the Coif Club on July 27. Mrs. Joshua
Ash Fearaon, chairman of tho class, has
succeeded In bringing Mrs. Albert Nelson
from Washington to deliver the lectures.
Mrs. Nelson Is n member of ono of Bel
Blum's oldest families, nnd fa a most In
teresting as well as charming woman
There will bo flvo talks, the first one being
Miss E. Bnlloeh Richards has returned
from tho Adirondack, where she had
been for tho Inst week, and Is staying
with Mlsa Edith Wilson at her homo on
A charming addition to Cape May so
ciety Is tho arrival of Madame Emma
Calve, the well-known opera singer. Mmo.
Calve Is n guest nt tho Colonial Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Everett Olbbs havo
closed their homo In Baltimore and mo
tored to Capo May, wliero they will spend
several weeks. Mrs. Olbbs will bo re
membered as Miss Virginia nanaom. sis
ter of Mrs. Benson Mann, Jr., of Chest
Mr and Mrs. Stevenson Crothers, of
Chestnut Hill, havo opened their cottago
at Cape May for tho summer.
Mrs. William P. Ellison has closed her
house at 15M Walnut street and taken a
cottngo at Capo May, whero she will
remain for several montlts.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin Franklin
James, 3d. of Wayne, will motor to Cape
May In August, whore they will be
guests at Hotel Cape May.
Miss Ethel Shields has returned from
the Conference at Silver Bay, Mas., and
Joined her family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Shields, at their summer homo nt Beach
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Cbarrtngton
are spending a few weeks as guests of
Miss Charrington's mother, Mrs. W. M.
Wilbur, nt their cottage on Stockton
avenue, Mr. Charrlngton before her
marriage In the spring was Miss Eliza
beth Wilbur, of St. David's.
Mlsa Mary Potter, of Overbrook. Is
spending a low days with friends In Capo
Mr. and Mrs. William Maurlco enter
tained at a delightful porch partyKamong
whom were Mr. nnd Mrs. William Colo
han, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tllden, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Lortoy Btchards, Miss Lorna
Megargco and Mr. Sylvester, 2d, ot New
Mrs. Benjamin I. Gibbons gave a
rhafmlng luncheon, followed by cards, at
tho Star Villa. The guests Included Mrs.
William Knolls, Mrs. Illchard Jenks,
Miss Lydla L. Jenks. Mrs. Jcromo Battle
and Mrs. William King.
Mrs. II. Hallowcll-Yarnall, of Ardmore,
Is entertaining Mrs. Andrew Macdonald
and her daughter, Miss Jean Macdonald,
Mrs. Chnrlcs II. Browning and Mrs.
Howard Roberta at her cottago over the)
What's Doing Tonight
Municipal Hand, Coriraa Park, nidae aVenua
and Hermitage street; 8 o'clock. Free.
Falrmount Park Band, Lemon Hill; 8
Philadelphia Rand. Convention Ilall. Broad
and Allesheny avenue; 8 o'clock. Free.
National Security League, Racquet Club.
Welsh Day. Willow Grove.
Upholnterera and Trimmer' International
Union meets at Hotel Walton.
North Kensington Business Men's Associa
tion parade throuah section. t
Town Hall meeting at Germantown or politi
cal worker In Interest of George D. Porter's
boom (or the mni orally.
Mass-meeting ot barber In Arlon Hall, 1402
Oxford atreet 8 6 clock,
Lecture In Houston Hall, University of Penn-
sylvanlu; subject, "Why We Are Injured by
the IMropean War" H o'clock. Free,
Carnival, Keacon Presbyterian Church, Cedar
nrcnuo and Cumberland atrret; 8 o'clock.
Takes the parent's place for boys
from eight to sixteen years.
One of the oldest Hoarding Schools
for Boys In America,
Established In 1783.
Send for Catalogue;, you will ij
Rev. S. J. Blum, D.D. Prin.,
A country school founded 17SS. Modern
buildings, large campus. Advantagea ot
small clsseee and Individual Instruction.
Thorough college preparation. Ratsa J0O
1600. Supervised athletics. Separata school
for younxer boys. We Invlt closest Invej.
ligation a personsl visit If possible. Writs
for our catalogue and plan of near dr
rnltorv. Address ....
ARTHUR E. IlltOWN, n. A.. Ileadmaalar
Aim of the School A thorough physical,
mental and moral training for college en
trance or business. Spirit of School A
manly tone ot self-reliance under Christian
masters from the great universities. Per
sonal attention given to each boy. Location
In the country, on the western slope ot the
famous Cumberland Valley, on ot the most
beautiful and healthful spots of America.
Equipment Modern and complete. New
Gymnasium. Writ for catalogue. Address
Box 140, William Jlann Inlue, LL. D., Head,
roaster, Mcrcersburg, Pa.
KISUmiNKTAS SPRINGS SCUOOL
Indorsed by eery American University. In
dividual plan of work for each boy. College
Preparatory Course and a good training far
business lire Special course Id agriculture.
Scientific physical oaro. Fur watsr. good
food, 200-scre farm. A school of eharactsr.
38th yar opana Sep. St. Writs for Cat'g No Si.
KUklmlneta Springs School, Saltsburg, l'a.
"Country Day School for Boya"
Opens In Beptember at Wynnewood. Pa Tour
Uaywlll recalve a tbereago training la Saab
study. In a healthy, sural and physical ateto.
Rev. Gibson IlelU A.B, BJJ.. Head Masf.r,
gjio Navahoo Street, Cheidnut HIU. Pa,
WA8UINQTON, P. 0.
The National Cathedral School for Boy
A country thvA In National Capital.
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LINPEN HALL SEMINARY
For OWU, a!" AdBmtJlttt, Iatta. Pa.
WjttT CHBaiSM. PA.
STATIC UQfWAL CIIOaL. Botk !,
rt im mlmaum. .aw.
Maker to Wwurer Dift
Will Save You an
Average of Fully
50 This Week
Como Tomorrow for Thcgfi
Special. Market Street Store
- Every Pair
and White Sea Island
Canvas Button and
Lace Shoes, Regu
larly $3.50 to $6.00,
Today to . JL
Women's WWte Sea
Island Canvas Two
Strap Pumps, Reg.
Bronze Kid $4.50 $
White Canvas $g
S3.SO PurriDs . . JL
Patent Coltskin $-f tJbA
$3.50 Peggie Pumps JLoS'll
Dull Kid $4 $-fl
Collar Pumps . .
Patent Leather $
Gun Metal Gfay- $-f ,
Top $5 Ties . !eta
Tan-Vamp $5 $fl 4e
Pumps, White Tops JM
White Nubuck Gp (
S4.50 Pumps . . e?t
White Snowbuck $6 &h
$5 "Peggies" SeeW
More $6.50 and $7 Low Shoes
33.9 & 3.40
More $4 to $5 Low Shoes
S2.90 & $2.40
More $3 to $3.50 Low Shoes
$1.90 & $1.65
$4, $5 and $6
Scores of styles thousands
of pairs good assortment
at 91921 MarketSt.
Market Street Store closed
all day every Saturday during
VL and AUGUST
ET IVc sem t be the only Market
atrret shea bouse obserylug- tbe feat
urdar Mummer Holiday, but oar
customer are eneouraalos us beau
tifully BY UUVIMJ KAULIKK IN
tOlh & Chestnat Su.
402S39 Lancaster A.
276-8 Gjrtuantowp Av.
Our branchaa remain opan Sat
urday because So par eant of aw
"neighborhood trade" ?hej -Saturdays
only throughout h
year. Tho brauoh atorn ejmployw
get days oft evry week to roako
up for Saturday Summer Holt
Panama Picnic Hats
Free This Week
AT ALL OUR 8TORBS.
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