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NORTHERN RESORTS HAVE -
GAY FOLLOWING STILL
CROWDS STILL GATHER AT
VARIOUS SEASHORE PLACES
WOMEN URGE V0THIS
TO BE REGISTERED
'Early September Finds Little, if Any, Cessation of
Mrs. Julian Story, Wife of the Artist, Is Wearing Strik
ing Costumes of Black and White Other Smart
Gowns Noted Bridge Party at Yacht Club
Suburban Branch of Good Gov
ernment League Issues
Social iiciiviuua at maiuB, iu.issuunusetts, luioue
Island and Other New England Resorts
EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 191&;
. . .-....- n.ivohn tUllt.T.ISTl. Of
kjYL Haverford, who It spending the aum
'rrtcf at Bar Horbor with hor grand-
f'ronther. Mr. William v. winsor. o.
il.AffrlnV Ardmorc, was gucsi ui iiunur
4t h luncheon given by her hostess on
TutMay. at which covers were laid for
tr Mr and Mrs. William R S'hlller, who
re in Haverford for th.Rr.ator part
tnKlng occasional week-
of the summer.
P' ."I... in nMrhv resorts, left yostcr-
hv for a month's tiAir of tYie Oront
fnksi Thousand Islands and Nlagnra
rSita Mii Emily miller will return to
Haverford oh September 9.
Mr and Sirs. Lnnghorne Bullitt Dick.
Chestnut HI", nre being congratulated
m the birth of a son nt Cape May on
August 51" DlckHl bo remembered
Villi Hebe Wriftht. Sho Is the dnugh-
Icr of Air. aim .inc. v...... ,.. - 0--
' Mrs Edward Uvnne Dentitston nnd her
" a.iianlers. Miss Siargnrct Djnnlston. SIlss
inns Dcnnlston and Mis, Kathleen Don
nlston, who are spending the summer at
' Bilrnebrae. their cottage at Petit Manan
Vo nt. Mlllbrldgo. Mo., entertained at
'"vV. ., Mntidav. at which covers
ere laid for 12. Mrs. Dcnnlston and her
daughter will "turn to their German
town residence about the last week In
Miss Jean Christian Bullitt, who has
been spending tho month of August at
winter Harbor. Me., where alio has been
.hi truest of Mrs. James Beaton Thomp
son left yesterday for a few daya' visit
wl"ii Mr. and Mrs. George W. B. Bob
ris at York Harbor, where Mrs. Logan
M BUllltl. Jr.. IB ..". .
V, and Mrs. Boberts.
Miss Bullitt will go to visit Mr. and
m Frank Mercur Eshleman. at Milton.
mVss for a fortnight before returning
to her home, Blrdwood, In Torresdalo.
Mrs. John Claik Sims, who recently re
turned from an extended visit with her
sister. Mrs. Buscne Patterson, at her eot
tase In Basthampton. Mass.. spent sev
e.al das last week In Atlantic City.
Sir and Mrs. Melvln H. Harrington,
who are spending a fortnight at the
Mwnchlngcr-Klng. Newpqrt. will return
to their home. 112 West Upsal at. cot. early
next week. Mm. Harrington entertained
at luncheon at Hill Top Inn yesterday, at
vhlch covers were laid for 10.
Tho Misses Slorlsorf. who have been
nendlnB several weeks nt Atlantic City,
have returned to their home, 33S South
Uth street, where they will entertain In
formally during tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sydenham Page
and their children, who have been spend
WR several weeks at tho Stockton Villa,
tape May, returned this week to their
Mrs. George Sergeant, her daughter.
Miss Alva Sergeant, nnd sons. Georgo
n.inn.i ttnrfrfMint nnd Alfred T. Hcr-
ecunt. will close their cottago at Cape
May on September 15 nnd return to their
town house. 2030 Spruco street.
Along the Main Line
NABBEHTH. Mrs. E. D. Ilarpeer en
ttrtalued nt lunchon on Monday In honor
of fier daughter. Miss Claire Harpeer.
Among the guests were MIbs Eleanor
'Kennedy. SIlss Mnry E. Schroller. Miss
Minnie F. Schroller, Miss Rosah Thayer
and Miss Armenia Cameron.
BRYN 5IAWU. Mr. Jack Freeman and
Mr. Robert Byron will be given a fare
well party at the summer home of Mr.
and Mrs. John B. Mather on September
4, 5 nnd 6. Mr. Freeman and Mr. Byron
will leave on a trip to Panama, and will
probably visit the Exposition on tho re
Mrs. Charles C. Binney, who has been
In Rockport, Mn&s., for the summer, will
'return to her home, St. Martin's and
Graver's lane, the latter part of Septem
ber. Mis. CheBtcr N. Farr: Jr., will return
e'to her home, Wlssahlckon nnd Carpenter
.streets, the middle of September, from
Nova Scotia, where she spent tho sum
mer. ( Mrs. John Strublng, who spent the
rummer In Gloucester, Mnss., will return
to her home, St. Martin's lane, Septcm-
' 'Mrs. Edward Rowland, of Crefeldt
'rtreet, will remain at Bar Harbor until
the end of September.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Hcebner. of
1303 Seminole avenue, who have . been
visiting their son-in-law and daughter,
Dr. and Mrs. MacDonald, at their camp
In the Adirondack Mountains, huve re
turned to their home. ,
Mr and Mrs. Robert T. Blckncll, of 301
Highland avenue, returned yesteiday
from a month's stay at Jamestown, It. 1,
Mrs. Miriam T. Kennedy nnd her nlster.
.MI Ella R. Tcaz, of 7109 Boyer street.
Mount Airy, have Just returned to their
home from a month's stay in Newport, It.
1 I.. Where thev hnri ).Art thn fv,ntR nt
, Tr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Carr, of Rhode
uiuim aveiiiu). nirs. Konncuy ana .miss
Tea will spend the remainder of the ttea
on at Atlantic City as the guests of Mrs.
James Peters, on South Connecticut ave
Mrs Robert C ln will return todnv
frojn the Catsklll Mountains, where she
pt'nt the summer.
v Mr and Mrs Robert H. Glendlhnlng re
turned Monday from the Panama Expo
sition and other points In tho West, und
ar at their home. tdz North 3Id street.
Mlis Mary E. Hobard, of WyndecllfTe,
who tpent the summer at Pequunlng,
ch is expected homo September .
Mies Hebard's cousin,' Miss Gertrude Al
!. w,1 spcn th8 ""ninicr nt Spring.
iH ! M. wlU return to WyndecllfTe
") latter part of September.
Mr. ond Mrs Rdmuel Y. Ilnetmvr nnd
" JulU Hfbnei will return to their
EJJiome. 3iS Wejt jBUlBPlj 'nvenue. Sep-
lemiier 15. from n, trip through C'al for-
Z, ,.. "X""S a visit to tuo ranamii isx-
."? .r' Qeorg.1 Itosu Green, of
h2rn fl m Mk 1 ln noac,, Hnve"' wll e-E-is-rn
to their home September 1.
2J?'iuVMer a"nP" Henderson, who
E ih "onth of August In Madlbon.
tn it" tretl,rne'1 t0 n" home. 30
fcfr. atid Mrs. Joseph tfea.1, of 623 West
m1 street, havo gone to Ypellantl, Mich.
tto i. ?.! rc. Jo," Winston will m
Mt L9, ' if'f Uomo- Uil Wayne avenue.
Si. w J ''om lhe Focoop Mountain.
r pni ma Bummer
Wui!iJ!v Mr' cnieIiUKi Weysant, of'
-a, 710M41 ihptanktf it.
ItfU hM tMf m VW
DNmar from Spring Lake, N. J., where
she spoilt tho summer. x
Mr. and .Mrs. Jamcwi Stnrr, of OIney and
Ulster strr.ets, who Visited tho Panama
exposition whlto traveling through Call
fornln, Mil return to their homo Septem
ber 12. .
Mrs. Howard Bhoblo will return, October
1, from a visit to friends near Bending,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sexton havo re
t" rncd I to tholr home, 6S18 Qulncy street,
iii.ni Tuiiuior, . .i., wnere tncy wcto tho
Rural of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes M. Wynn
nt their cottage.
Mlrs Alborta Swart has returned from
ft ten days' trip toNoithfleld, Mass.
Mr. and Mra. William Latta Nassau, of
424 West Chcltcn nvonuc, were tho guests
IflSt week of Miss Blanche Nevlu, nt her
benutlftil home. Windsor Mnnor, near
Stlsa Elizabeth Nast.au Is tho guest of
Mr. mid Mrs. Georgo Conrad, nt their
cottngo In Bay Head, N. Y. .
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Wnrthman, who
hnve been nt Poland Springs for tho
summer, will return to their home, 21
Pelhnm Bond, September 10.
Meu loin Seeds will return this week
to her home, C07 West Vpsnl street, from
Atlantic Clt, where-she has been visiting
ior several anys.
Along the Reading
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edcar S. Nosh nnd turn.
Hy, of Greenwood avenue, Wyncote, Pa.,
hnvf returned home from n visit of a
fortnight at Beach Haven, N. J., where
they were tho guests of Mrs. Nash's
I'uther, Mr. Beck.
Mrs. B. P. Woodward, accompanied by
Mib. Charles W. Beck. Jr., and Mr.
Windsor French Woodward, will leavo
on Friday. September 3, for Loon Lake,
In the Adirondack Mountains, N. Y.,
where they will remain for several weeks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John A. Hlckey, of 251
South 3Sth street, entertained at dinner on
baturday, at Cape May. Miss Anabol
Jones, of Denver: Miss Beyetto Paul, Mr.
Walter Frelhofer and Mr. Karl Suelke.
Later they attended tho dance nt the Cor
inthian Yacht Club.
Mr. and Mra. W. Howard Gulbralth, of
ashlngton, nr tho guests of Mrs. Mnry
Scnnlnn. of 2127 South BSth street. Mrs.
Galbralth will be remembered ns Miss
Mr. Joseph Henry Steel, of 2103 South
Gould street, has Just returned from a
cruise around southern Jersey as a guest
of Mr. Elmer Cuthbcrtson on his yncht
the Nan C. Tho party included Miss
Helen Broomall nnd Miss Dorothy Foy,
of the Greystono Apartments.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas A. Del Vecchlo
ana their daughter, of G157 Walnut street,
are spending their vacatlo
ncation at the Can-
avenues. Wlldwood. They will return
home about October 1.
Miss Margaret Smyth and Mrs. Lily
Qulgley, of 631T Ludlow street, will leave
for Deer Lodge, Mont., today, to spend
Miss Catharine R. Hnsselbcrg, of B51S
Thompson street, has Just returned from
an extended visit In Atlantic City, where
she was the guest of Miss Louise Gold
ncr at 122 South Maryland avenue.
Mr. Harold J. Ebert and Mr. Charles
W. Scheppman will spend the early part
of September In Wlldwood.
Miss Kitty Coll, of 612 South Both street,
has Just returned homo from a two
weeks' stay In Atlantic City.
A surprise party was given to Sir.
George D. McCaffrey, on Monday evening,
at his home, 1225 North Redtield street,
by his boy friends on the occasion of
his 10th birthday The evening was spent
vlth cnrdB nnd a few musical selections
by Mr. Edward Mercoreau. Among) thoso
prpsont wero Mr. Leo Wenzel, Mr. Louis
McCormlclc, Mr. Joseph Felker, air. Ray
mond Bohem, Mr. Edward Merccreau nnd
Mr. Thomas McCormlck.
Miss Anna Norbeck, of 2222 East 15th
street, Bropklyn, Is tho guest of her
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs, James I.
McGoldrlck, of 6115 Westminster avenue.
Miss Rosclean C. Mellon, of f.15 South
41st street, lias gone to Chelsea, whero
she will remain until the middle of Sep
tember with her sister, Mrs. Joseph
Kleckner, of Cynwyd. Pa., who has spent
iho season at hor summer home In Chel
sea. Mr. James P. Walsh, of 4253 Ai ch street,
has returned from a ten-day trip to
Niagara and nearby plapes of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dlck.nan, of 2513
Napa street, are receiving congratulations
upon the birth of n dauglttcr.
Miss Agnes V. Mohan. 1527 Rltner street,
and Miss Elizabeth O'Neill, 1747 South 13th
street, will Icavo on Baturdiv for Wlld
wood, where they will remain over Labor
Mr, and Mrs. James Connor and their
children, Eleanor, Kathryn tnd Thomas
Connor, of 2300 Federal street, havo re
turned horn, after a two weeks' vacation
at the Granville House, Atlantic City,
Mr. und Mis. Isaac 11. Aebler and their
family, of East Greenwood avenue, have
returned from a three months' stay at
their cottage, in Atlantic City,
Mra.'Il. N. Ilunnum, of Rlgby avenue,
It spending threo weeks at Duckbill Falls,
MUs Peg Hannum. of Rlgby avonuo, Is
visiting for several weeks at Kennctt
Mra. Julia Mellon, who 'has been the
guest of Mrs. Jnmes JHCully, of La
Crobsa avenue, returned to her home in
Mr. and Mrs. Cort Nexlns and their
family, of LaCrosso avenue, have re
turned fiom a two weeks' stay at Ocean
Mrs. B. 8. Jenckcs und Mlsa Louise
Jenckes havt been spending a fortnight
at Beach Haven. N- J.
Mlsa Frances, KennarU left for Haines
Kail, In tho Catskllls, laat week, tp spend
the remulnder of tha summer.
Netlces for the h"UI P "HI
ci-tptcif and printed In the Eteula
fditcr, but' all "' ootlcr mutt b
written en una ld of th paper,
mutt M iu-l Is full, with fall ad
dxcM, and when pillU Ulrpboo
uuiuber wuit bt glfcu,
Heai all such vvwiaunlatlion ta
"Society KHr," I?o1b Udr,
lie Chmtaiif rft
UsjcM thus KHlrewU w rrrk4
at M MM MKaiua f
I. MMU j , I r
fKnl i TIB! 1 fl
Wvrv hi ill t"'
MRS. WINFIELD S. ALLEN
Who has been spending the summer at her country home in Elkins
Park, taking occasional week-end trips to shore and mountains.
Miss E. Marie Nieffer Will Become the Bride of Mr.
Chauncey D. Robinson in All Hallow's Church
Tonight Elaborate Preparations Made
ONE of the most nttractlve of tho
early fall weddings will take placo
this evening when Miss E. Marie Nelffer,
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Milton K.
Nelffer, of Bent road, Wyncote. will bo
como the bride ;ir Mr. Chauncey D. Rob
inson, of Georgetown, Dol. The cere
mony will be performed by tho Bev.
Benjamin Sanderson and will take place
in All Hallow's Church. Wyncote, at 7
o'clock. A reception will follow Imme
diately nfter the ceremony at tho home
of tho bride's grandparents. Mr. nnd
Mrs. H. IC Walt, at Bend Terrace, Bent
The church will bo artistically deco
rated with palms, large yellow chrys
anthemums and goldenrod will give tho
color and smllax will nlso be used. Trte
same beautiful color scheme will be car
ried out at tho house largo bunches of
goldenrod ln tall vases -elo placed about
tho rooms nnd artistically arranged
bunches of yellow chrysanthemums will
be tied to the stairway nnd Interwoven
with smllax and ferns. There will be
dancing and tho porch and large living
room will be cleared for the purpose.
The brld-, who will be given In mar
rlage by her father, Dr. Milton K. Nelffer,
will be attended by Miss Doris Wether
bee, of Wyncote, Pa., as maid of honor,
nnd tho bridesmaids will be MIhb Avon
elle Ciocket, of Washington, D. C; Miss
Muriel Arthur, of Detroit, Mich.: Miss
Jean Farley, of Sedalla, Mo., and Miss
Caroline Miller, of Chestnut Hill.
Mr. Robinson will be attended by Mr
Morris N. Wright, of Newark, Del., ns
best man, and his ushers will be Mr. L.
Mr. anil Mrs. Jack If. Mulford, of Ortho
dox street, and their daughter, Miss Helen
Mulford, will leavo Saturday for the Pa
cific coast, wncro iney win us me buctio
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Mulford, of
- ,.A llr. William Pnttei-Hnil. ft
iiir. m.u 4. , .w.M ... -
irnimonbiirir. will motor to Atlantic City
qver this week-end, Miss Ellen Patterson
and Mlsa Mary Patterson win return wiin
I'liQto by Outekunt
MISS M. I. UYAN
Who la an extremely popular
member of. the younger tet, nnd
id well known for her decided
dramatic talent. Miss Ryan has
Pfnd in a nuwber t AtttHf
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PLACE AT WYNCOTE
Lee Layton, Jr., of Georgetown, Del.;
Mr. Martin C. Rutherford, of Rochester,
N. Y.; Mr. James Boyce nnd Mr. J.
Flojd Cisscl, of New York.
Tho brlda will wear an exquisite gown
of white satin, elaborately trimmed with
filet laco and pearls; the bodice Is mado
tlght-lltllng, with the high waist line,
edged with pearls. Tho sleeves are short,
with full lace ruffles of filet, and a high
standing collar of the lace is cut low in
front. The aklrt Is short and full, with a
cascade of lace on either side of the
liont, caught hero and thero with
bunches of pearls. A very long square
train of satin finished the frock.
Tho veil is of rare old lace and will fall
nearly to the end of the train. A shower
bouquet of bride's roses and lilies of the
valley will be carried.
Toe muld of honor will bo gowned In a
yellow pussy willow taffeta.
Yellow slippers and stockjngs of the
same shade will complete tho costume
and sho will carry p bouquet of white
chrysanthemums tied with yellow ribbons.
The bridesmaids will wear yellow and
will carry largo white peasant crooks,
and at the top will bo fastened a largo
bunch of yellow chrysanthemums, tied
with yellow nnd white ribbon. The
bride's mother will bo gowned In a black
lace cj-enlng drosa made over whlto satin,
with u train, and trimmed with a great
deal of Jet; the lace will bo cut in points
on either Bide of the front and falls very
full to tho floor. After an extended wed
ding trip Mr. and Mrs. Boblnson will live
at Auhurndnle, outsldo of Boston, Mass.
Many guests from out of town will be
present und a large number of Miss Nelf
fer's classmates at Wellesley College in
the cl&E.s of 1015 will come on to attend
Sir. nnd Sirs. Alfred Frelmuth, of 210
Treo street, gave u reception In honor
of their son Edwurd on the occasion of
hU 10th birthday.
SIlss Anna Walsh, of HIS Wolf street;
SIlss Helen Dlnun and SIlss Lillian An
derson are the guests of Sir. Walsh and
his daughter, SIlss Marie Walsh, at At
Sir. Edward Oarvey, of 1001 South 2d
street. Is spending his vacation at Stone
Sir. nnd Sirs. Joseph H, Fisher, of 1533
South 2d street, aro spending this weok
at Atlantic City.
SIlss Kathryn Jones, of ill Durfor
street, has returned from a vacation In
Mnn land, where sho waa the guest of
Sir, and Sirs, Louis Everett. Mlsa Ber-
tna . jonea is upending her vacation
with her aunt. Sirs Michael Remm, of
Lennl, Delawaro County, Pa.
Sirs. Slary Gust, of IMS East Passyunk
avenue, and hei daughter, SIlss Lena
Gast, havo returned home after spending
several weckd ut the Imperial Hotel, At
Sir. and Mm. George Crease, of 213
Morris street, have letumed home, after
spending some time at Wlldwood,
Mr. und Sirs. Michael J. Hogan, of C2(
Pa La n coy street, ure at Atlantlo City.
Congratulations are being received by
Sin. and Mrs. Henry'Saulnler Darlington,
of Media, on the birth of a son on Fri
day lat- Mrs. Darlington la a daughter
of Sir. and Mm. Walter H Cochran, who
figure prominently In tho social life of
Sir- ani) Mrs. Frank a. Fields are en
teiUlulnj Sir, Stanton P. McMallp, of
h'ttw York eMy, at thtlr horn In M4U.
ATLANTIC CITY, 8epU 2.
Mil. JULIAN STOnY. the nrtlst, and
Mrsf Story aro spending the early
September days nt tho Hotel Cholsca.
Mrs. Story has a penchant for black and
whlto combinations, which wna carried
out In her costumo this morning. Sho
topped her white lingerie frock which a
whlto silk sweater. Sho wore a black
sailor with white tailored trimming and '
carried a shepherd plaid workbsg of ,
leather, tho checks being an Inch square.
Admiral nnd Mrs. George Dewey, who
have been nt the Choltca all summer,
will return to their Washington homo
after Labor Day Mrs. Dewey Is very
fond of gray and wenrs many smart
gray frocks, with all the accessories of
the same hue.
Mrs. Jnmcji Connelly nnd Miss Anna
M.tcMohon entertained at bridge at the
ChelKPit Yifht Club. The mine Vii-iu
hand-cmbroldcred guest low els. Present
were Mrs. Walter Reynolds, Mrs. Wll
l'."m ?.,.,.n!nkor'. H'r.." t,mr, l cl' ' I
M?i'i W,i!an!. J;. McCskey. Sr.. Mrs.
Mrl ""rlrn'ishM"'!!?,- mf"
Mrs. Cyril nlsli. Mrs. Ignatius llorst-
mnn, Mrs. Samuel W. Whan, Mrs. Ed
wnrd Doughty, the Misses Qulnn, Mrs.
Thomas Rogers, Miss Lconoro Kayo,
Miss Ncwrlta MucMahan, Miss Julia Ben
Mi. . n--i..... -i. T..l. cki.it.
nls. Mis. Dcrgcrburg. Mrs. Joseph Shields, .
Mrs. William Wheeler, Mrs. William
Boyle, Mrs. Bruco Bcvlns, Miss Sanxay,
Mrs. Robert O'Neill, Sr., Miss Mary
O'Neill. Miss Bcglna O'Neill, Mrs. Jesse
W. Starr, 3d, Mrs. Lawrence. Miss Mc
Connghy and Mrs. Estcl Evans.
Mra. M. J. O'Mcara, who will soon
closo her summer home, 41 Ta lahiUM'e
nvenue south, and icturn to Philadelphia
tho middle of September, gavo a small
luncheon und bridge nt tho Seavlew
Country Club. Tho guests Included Mrs.
Bernatd Black. Mrs. George Hodgson,
Mrs. William Whclnn. Mrs. James Bal
four, Mrs. A. A. Crcden, Mra. John Don
nelly, Mrs. Frank Kolb. Mrs. Joseph
Hoyman and Mlsn Anna M. Cneanave.
Mrs, Howard Edwards entertained a
party of friends at the tea dansant at
the Brighton Casino thU nftcrnoon.
Mrs. Michael Ehrct entcitaincd at din- '
ncr nt tile Chelsea fop lira. Dnnlpl I..
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Williams mo-
torcd down from Cormva!l-on-the-Hudson, ,
to Bpend n fortnight at the Hotel Chel
sea. With Mr. and Mrs. Williams are
their thiec attractive daughters, Miss
Agnes W. Williams. Miss Helen M. Wil
liams and Miss Dorothj L. Williams.
Mrs. L. A. Zentmeyer Is entertaining
Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Griffith, of
Mrs. Elllston Perot and Miss Margaret
M. Perot, of Germantown, are among tho .
.u.u autit.k.v. tiauwia.
Invitations have been sent out by Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Ahem, of 3333 West
Clearfield street, to the wedding of their
daughter, Mlsa Mnry G. Ahern, to Mr.
Hugh J. Owens, of 3433 Westmoreland
Tho marriage will be solemnized at
Corpus Christ! Church. 23th street nnd
Allegheny nvenue, at 1 p. m. on Wednes
day, September ii.
Miss Ahern will be attended by her sis
ter. Miss Margaret Ahern, nnd the
gioomsmnn will be Sir. Laurence Kelly.
A reception will follow the ceremony
nt the. homo of tho bride's parents, after
which the newlyweds will leave on an
extended tour of (he South. Upon their
return they will reside nt 32J3 Stlllmnn
street, where they will be nt homo after
The bride Is well known In the Falls of
Schuylkill and has many friends.
Tho bridegroom Is nlso a resident of the
Sirs. SInry A. Gartland, of Chicago, is
visiting Sirs. Styles Slaloney, of lt0 Arnold
street. Sirs. Gartland will also spend a
season at Atlantic City.
Stiss Fannie Norbury, of Dexter street,
left on Wednesday for Ocean City, whero
slu- will be the guest of Capt. A. W.
Given and his daughter, SIIss Fannie
Glvtn, nt their summer home.
The Rev. und Sirs. Geoige N. Slakely,
r n-.o T, nMA.n..lA,l 1... Mlaa
Minni., K. Srnit. nf Dunont street, are
spending some time ln the Pocono Sloun-
Sllfcs Elizabeth Slontgoniery Beatty, of
Rochelle avenue. Wlssahlckon, Is spend
ing n fortnight In Lougport.
,.?. "8. i-r"1 ,., K.' 0t ;i,8IMei IVVZZ ' ll,c Northcant. Good Itsults wet ob
Wlssahlckon. will ic turn the end of the lancd Bt th 1)Ume,.ous decoratcd stamls
week from Biownsvl le N J., where sho t, slllewa,ka. Tho,c Eg,stlK wcre
spent tho month of August. , j',, Kfllo SmueUer Mrgi Johl, Hartnaler.
Sir. and Sirs. Hamilton Beatty, of
Slanuyunk avenue, havo returned from u
three weeks' atuy in Atlantic City.
Sir. and Sirs. John Meyer, of 1111 -'orth
16th street, are at Jenklntown for the
Sirs. George S. Coyne, of 2037 North
Broad street. Is occuplng her summer
home at Meadowbrook for the summer.
SIlss Slay Corwin, of 2311 North ISth
street, hus been spending several weeks
at Cape Sluy Point. She will leuve later
for Ocean City.
SIlss Ethel Shearer, of 2142 North 19th
stroet, Is at Chelsea, whero sho will re
main until Labor Day.
SIlss A. McCarnell, of 15th street and
Columbia avenue, is spending the summer
SIlss Carrie Krleger, of 1S10 North 18th
street, is at Atlantic City for tho re
minder of the summer.
Mrs. E. Balvln, of 1902 North Franklin
street, returned homo after a live weeks'
stay nt Atlantic City, N. J.
Slia. Slary 13. Auxer, of 2225 North Van
Pelt street, returned to her home on
Slonday, after visiting extensively among
the summer resorts of New Jersey and
Sirs. SI. Hamilton Reed, of UiO North
Cnmao street, la touring northern New
Jersey with Sir. und Mrs. Walter Sonne
berg and Mr. and Slrn. William T. Yaeck.
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PUIUilelplila lUnd, Convention Hall, Iiroad
tni-l ami Allegheny avenue. o'clpik. Hr.
Kulrmount Park Hand, Lvmon Bill, 8 o'clock.
kt i'hlUdelphla liuilneu Men, Baltimore
atcnus n4 Mth Mitel. 8 o'clock. Free.
c'intiol Orrmitntown Avenue Hulnf. Men,
25U Oerpi-intuwn aenu X o'clock. Free.
TIok ituelneM Men, 3313 Qerpuntown ave
nue. S o'clock. Free.
DU' nd 7th street: 8 o'clnek Free.
nnlveri.iry birth of Htnry Ueorge, 1403
Fllbvrt street S o'clock Free.
SuffragQ Events Today
TXlVAh rnANCHlSE BOCIBTT.
Nooo-Mecllne at Wrofd atreet and Waehloc
toi avenue Speaker, Ul Heflba Sapovlts.
N'oon-day nieelliic st I'hlladelphU TVtr
Mill'. Maecher street and AUcctarny avenue,
lyeiker M1m Anna McC'u.
Vo p, m-Melln at Hroad and Porter
atrreta. Speaker MUs UcrtU Seporit
Uiatum C. Weodwwa,
WOMAN BUFlRAqB PaRTT.
HSU f. w,-Meetblf vn City Hall ttaaa.
HiMtrytMr. uteru m, t
Mr. and JIm. William M. Cnry have
returned to Baltimore, after visiting Mrs.
Cary's mother, Mrs. Charles M. Lnnahan,
who has been at the Chelsea all sum
mer. Mlsa K. 8. Yorke, of Salem. N. J who
Is nt the Chelsea, Is entertaining Mr. and
Mrs. Yorko Allen, of South Orange, N. J.
Miss Mary II. Thompson, of New York,
has Joined her father. Mr. James It.
Thompson, and sister, Mrs. William 8.
Brooks, of Baltimore, who havo been
nt t,,c -heiea '" time
j Mr. and Mrs. r. M. Bdwards, of Phlla-
tieipma, aro spending a few days nt the
Mrs. Hoy Hlshel has returned to Phila
delphia, after spending a month with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Charles K. Rupp nt their apart
ment In the Juanlta, Ventnor.
WILDWOOD, Sept. 2.-Thc final plans
for the biff Labor Day celebration nt
Wlldwood nro complete and the events
will be entirely tor tho amusement of
the summer folk who are enjoying their
VQralInn it.lla knen Tha kal !. -..-,1 U
moflt "-IIiihI. comic and fancy costumes
will bo adjudged by a tommlttec of Judges
" e''' of rammer cottagers
nn.i cu-gl. of ... hntrl. nnd in .,n in.
stance will all-year-round residents be se
lected to net ns Judges. The boardwalk
piomenndo will follow the queen of tho
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t'v.i.ii uu ,v,u, iiiii nur i aiUT uanm,
r,.n .... .,,, frnm .., ,.it,i.,, nM
Plor to the Crest Ocenn Pier nfter tho
ceremony of crowning her has token placo
on the beachfront under tho glaro of
powcrlul electric lights. In rolling chalro,
tho lenders will follow ono of the bands,
nnd nller them will tome tho marching
and roller chnlr pageant. A beautiful
electric fountain will not only be an nt
ti action on Labor Dny night, but will
H train for the week following.
Mr. W. H. Austin, of Wlldwood. has
ben appointed chairman ofthe House
Committee of the Holly Beach Yacht
Cim.. to take the place of Mr. D. Miles
Rl'or. who recently resigned after serv
In ' In that capacity for many years.
Mlta G. It. Smith and Miss V. Dorn. of
1'hllndelphlu. nro among tho late arrivals ,
nt Wlldwood. j
T',p Wlldwood nnnual racing events
''" i-utmi iimiiwu in. me ..uu...
i auit Club was held last week. The re-
Kattn was attended by n large tuimocr
"cspno ne lncicmem wrnmer conemmns.
Mr. Henry Gallagher nnd family arc
spending tho balance of the season nt
their handsome residence at 17th street.
Mrs. Mnry Gaver. of the Quaker City,
Is at the homo of her daughter. Sirs.
Mnr Samony, nt her West 17th avenue
Mies Bertha Rchfuss and Miss Tllle
RehfusB aro being entertained by their
brother, Mr. William Itch fuss, on
Sliss Nellie Learning nnd SIlss Dollie
Learning, of 3722 North Broad stret, will
spend the next two weeks at Capo Slay
Court House, Miss Henrietta Learning
will spend the w'eek at Salem, N. J., as
the guest of SIlss Edith Siangan.
Sir. and Mrs. Robert Bruce Slonis
returned Slonday from thtlr wedding
Journey ln Canadu nnd will receive utter
September 15 nt 1207 Wyoming avenue.
Mrs. NorrlB, who was n June bride. Will
bo remembered ns SIlss Henrlcttn E.
Grocnevcld. daughter of Sirs. Anna Eliz
abeth Groenevelil, of 3333 North 15th
street. Sirs. Grocnevcld, nccompanled by
Miss Ruth Qrocnevcld. who returned last
week from a six weeks' stay In Cnnada,
left on 8uturday for Cedar Lake, N. J.,
whore they will remain over Labor Dny.
SIlss Wnnda Groeneveld has returned
frnm At!nntf rlt, wh... uu Bnnn. lie?
-w... ....v.. w.tj . .i.iv.v d,i ri'hi.i hire-
Sir. and Sirs. Louis G. Green, of 1M2
CBt A ennngo street, have returned from
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A,l.?u It l, IU UCUVV UIIU UII1C1
points In Canada, and will be members of
a house party given by Sir. and Sirs,
Charles SlcCue. Jr.. at their cottage at
Chf lsea. over tho week-end and . Labor
Day. Other guests will be Sirs. George
Fleming and Mrs. Llbbey, of Boston,
. No'.shoon.ood folk ill tho vicinity Of
"""n" ? XL?1' !? KTa'
I party last Thursday, Filday and Saturday
..lli.'r.O ,11 u.U u, ,11,, 4YCJI9lliml LJllJ
Xutaery The matron of tho nuitery Is
Mrs. Hannah E. Cuitoif, 2121 Entit Dau
phin rtl'ect. whom curu nt tho children of
wldoived mothers who tiro employed dur -
Ing tho day has endeared her to many
si'hs ucrtrude Hartnnler, SIUs Helen
llnrtnnli'1' und SIlss Annn Hartnuler, SIlss
Slarle Bechtel, SIlss Anna Yetta, SlrB.
Millie Ilepry, Ml.ia Anna Greaves, Mlta
Sara Lennox, Sirs. Stalk, Mrs. Homer,
I SIr. Bunorts. SIIks Clnrn Hafeles, SIlss
I Mlnt,. IT'lfnlnfl M u Pln.m 1 nwn.. fl.a
Ljnnle Logan. Miss Elizabeth Logan. Mr
aniline ingralium, SIlss Stella Ingrahum,
Mis Sluintc Ingraham. Stis. Jennie
Walsh, SIlss Jennie Robinson, Mrs. Slay
Fogley, Slis. Roberts, SIlss Tllllo Blatx
I-, . ,- j, - ji rr"7T -
With the Original
are presented for
the fall and winter.
with a diversity of
style that will please
the followers o f
$55 and $60
DmHi( nli, kit mi arMM itm
1302 Walnut St re
Astlve steps have been taken by the
suburban brnnch of the Woman's LgU
for Good Government, 12 Stephen OlrarJ
Building, to help porsunde nlf voters to
register In order that there may be a
more nearly full registration than thr
hai been In recent years. To further th
work of the league ln this direction, th
suburban branch has sent it letter to each
of the members of tho branch, together
with circulars, calling attention to th
Importance of voters registering on ono
of tho three registration days Th rnc.ro;
bers are asked to give the circulars wide
They call attention to the Importance i
of the voters registering ln order that
they may have a say In the election of
city official, and also the privilege of '
voting on tho constitutional amendments
for woman suffrage nnd for providing
funds for Philadelphia transit and port
The circular calls attention to the fact
that last year 108,708 voters failed to reg
ister and were, therefore, disqualified
from voting. The women assert, ln the
literature, that "It seems a pity that
thero arc more than 100.000 men ln the city
who will not atke the trouble to bo regis
tered, although they have the right to
vote, while women of tho city who ara
willing nnd anxious to be registered and
to vote are denied that privilege." To- ad
vance their cause the women or the
Branch hnve adopted as their slogan.
"Get busy; get registered; get good can
didates; get them elected "
The Executive Committee of the Subur
ban Branch Is composed of Mrs. Edward
Pearson Flannery, chairman, 3Irs. Krnnk
Blisden Foster, vice chalrmnn, Mrs. John
A. Iji Fore, second vice chairman, Mrs.
Albert McVltty. treasurer Miss Anna
Graff, corresponding secretary. Miss Mary
M. L. Bishop, recording sccretnr).
CANAL ROUTE INSPECTED
Route of Proposed Waterway to tho
Tho route of tho proposed New Jersey
"hip Cniinl fiom th Delaware River to
tho Raritan Bav U bcltv; Inspected today
by a party under the auspices of the At
lantic Deeper Watertvayr Association A
delegation from Philadelphia Is headed
by Congressman J. Hampton Mnore.
president of the association; Wilfred K.
Sclion". secretary treasurer, and Duroll
Suustcr, QBilstnnt secretary
Thp Inspection of the route, as surveyed
by United States Armv engineers, started
from Tr-Miton nt 3:30 o'clock It rro
ced' d liy mitomohlle from Trenton to
Peril, 'mboy, following the markers
poslr,; ; io enjlnrei?. Among those In
tin party wcie Governor Fli-lder, of Vcw
Jeisov: United States Senators Hut i.ea
and Mm tine, Stayor Frederick Donnelly
nnd the City Commissioners of 'Trenton.
Theio were also a number of Congress
men from New Jersey and Pennsylvania,
Tho pary stopped In Jamestown for
lunch. After dinner in Per'h Amboy the
visitors will Iciive on tho homewaid trip
SEVERAL WILLS PROBATED
Robert W. Shcarn's Estate Disposed
of in Private Bequests
The will of Robert SI. Shcaln. who
recently nt the Ablnslon Hospital. wi
admitted to probate toda The document
d(pcEC3 of an cstntc of J13.0T5, which Is
divided in a number of private bequests.
Other wills probuted today include thoso
of Elmer 13. AlsoveV, 30 South 5Cth ttrect,
JjOOO; Iulcn D. Campbell who died re
cently nt the West Philadelphia Homeo
pathic Hospital. tXOa and Rebecca T.us-
' cell. 271-2 Kant Huntingdon sticct. 12100.
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Tlle Pereonalty of estntCs was appraised
today as follows Charles Schreiner, 38,-
121.70: Em ly W. Cat Use. J1W13.25, and
Cgsper Vogelsang, $375.11.
EXTRA ASSESSMENT ENDED
Filed With Commissioner Cost to
The extra assessment of voters in th
VS2 election dl talons of the city has been ;9
complclea nnu today tne assessors suo
mittcd their reports to tho County Com-inl-fHloners
Knrti of tho 122 assessors received a
j warrant for $11 for performing the serv
Ice; tho total payment by the city on ttjj
account was Jss.iiw.
Camden and Vicinity
Sir. and Sirs. William Coffin, of 6th and
Cooper streets, after closing their Chel
sea cottage, will take a trip to California,
Sir. nnd Sirs. Henry D. Slooro will re
turn to their Hnddonllcld homo this month
from their camp In the Slalpe woods.
They spent the early eumtner nt their
Ocean City rcBldenco,
Sir, nnd Sirs. W. S. Scull of 6th and
Cooper streets, spent August at Lake
Placid, N. Y.
$55 und m
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