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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA', MO'NDAX SEPTEMBER 20, 1915:
f IMPORTANT ENGAGEMENTS
-Daughter of Mrs. Arthur
Joseph N. DuBarry, 3d
Mna. Aivnnnt tjhock, of noi sprue
treat, announce! the engagement of
tt daughter, Mlu Ella urocic, 10 air. job
pn M. DuBarry, Sd. Ml brock made
jier debut three aeaaona aw and haa been
a very popular member of aoclety. Bhe
If a alitor of Mr. William W. Montnom
ery, " M,B8 earah Drock ad M1" ElUa.
bcth N. Brock.
Mr DuBarry la the aon of' Mr. Joseph
If, DuBarry. Jr of MIT Spruce otroot.
lie wao a member ot the claaa ot 1S14 at
Mr. William Redwood Wrlcht, ot
TTaldhelm. Planet's lane, Loiran, an
ImBM the engagrement of her daughter.
Mln Ellmbeth It. Wright, to Mr. Edward
Penno Hoffman. Jr.. of HOG Locust Btreet.
MM "Wright, who la the youngest ot
the attraotlTe Wright atstera and one of
the most popular of the younger aet, made
her debut aoveral yeara ago.
Mr. Hoffman la the aon of Mr. and Mra.
Edward Fenno Hoffffman. a graduate of
Si University of Pennaylvanta In the
dsm of 1810 and a member of the Rac
Mr Wilfred Powell. British Consul
nmeral at Philadelphia, entertained a
Bsrty of friends over tho week-end on
the yacht Rob Roy. The guests Included
Mr and Mrs. Carpenter. Mr. Chllder,
British Consul at Pittsburgh; Mr. H. F.
Thompson and Mr. Qeorgo 3. Tallman.
Mr. and Mrs. Fits Eugene Dixon enter
tained at dinner on Saturday night In
honor of Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Bell
Krumbhaar, who are spending a few
days In Newport as their guests. Doctor
Lid Mrs. Krumbhaar will return to their
home. In Chestnut Hill, this evening. Mr.
and Mrs. Dixon entertained a large din
ner party In honor of their guesta on
Mr and Mrs. Joseph S. Loverlng Whar
ton left Newport yesterday on their yacht
vera and are expected to arrive at their
Chestnut Hill home this evening.
Dr. and Mrs. William Drayton, Jr., who
have been spending the summer at War
ier, the residence of Doctor Drayton s
father, ai I'eniiyn, m ". -
apartments In this city about October 15.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jordan, who
have been spending the summer at Bris
tol. R. I., entertained at dinner on Friday
evening, at which covers were laid for
twelve: Mr. and Mrs. Jordan will not re
turn to their city residence. 922 Clinton
street. unUl tho middle of October. Dr.
nd Mrs. Herbert M. Howe and their
family are also at Bristol, occupying for
the summer their cottage, Ferrycllft
' Among those who entertained at dinner
at the Philadelphia Cricket Club on Sat
urday night previous to the club dance
were Mr. and Mrs. William H. Kings ey,
wno had 18 guests: Mr. John K. Strublng.
"So had elx guests; Mr. Alfred S. Orchard
and Mr. L. Thomas, who gave a dlnnor
of JO covers.
Mrs. Edward Stnrr, of (18
returned homo this week
tun n T.. whero Bho has
ti summer. Mra. Starr
had as her
..-,- n. D,tr,rnl TVCckS
Mr. and Mrs.
Charles S. Starr and their
ter, Miss Jiary ua-w omw.
who have also returned to
Friends of Mrs. Johns Hopklrs, of 1713
, Walnut street, will be glad to hear she
'is recuperating after her "cent 1 llness
and Is at her country residence at Haua-
fore returning w iuwi " -
Along the Main Line
ARDMORE.-Mr. and Mrs. Edwin O.
Dixon, of Montgomery avenue. hav re
turned from Atlantic City, where .they
have been spending several weeks.
Mra. Charlotte C. Hogan. of 115 Llan
falr road. Is entertaining Miss Caroline
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Colton and
Master Joseph S. Colton. of Uanfalr and
Wlster roads, havo returned from Nortn
east Harbor. Me., where they have been
vliltlng Mr. Colton'a parentB Blnce July i.
BRTN MAWR. Mrs. Howard Brown
and her daughter, MIbs Sue Edna Brown,
of Morris avenue, have returned from a
short stay In West Chester.
Mlas Isabel MaddlsOn, of 217 Roberta
road, has returned from England, where
she has been spending the summer with
Mr. Harry Ross Wilson, Mtsa Harriet
Wilson, Miss Anna Katharine Wilson,
Mr. Lawrence Wilson and Mr. Harold Wil
son, of Penn street and Quit road, have
opened their home here after spending
the summer at Clarion. Pa., and Nan
VILLA NOVA- Mrs. Edward Croier.
who Is occtfjSytng the John Slnnott home,
"Ilostgarland," expects to leave for
"White Sulphur Springs the end of this
Mr. and Mra. H. Radcltrfe Roberta have
returned to their home after spending
' the summer at Winter Harbor, Me.
Mr. and Mra. Lawrence Dllworth Beggs
have closed their camp In the Adlron
' dacka and returned 'nome. Mra. Begga
expects to entertain during the Horse
Show in honor of her debutante sister,
Mlas Edith Earle,
RADNOR.-The Misses Erten and Mtsa
'A. H. Markley have returned from epend
tor the summer at South Bristol, Me.
Mra. Benjamin F, Clyde haa returned
from Newport and will spend the autumn
at "aonghaaus," her Radnor home. .
, ST. DAVID'S.-Mrs. John Henry Lot
land has been entertaining her brother-Jn-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Oarber, of Waahlngton, D. C.
Mrs. William B. Riley returned last
eek to her home on Pembroke avenue.
Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Phillips havo gone
to Auburn, N Y for a fortnight's stay.
Mr, and Mrs. Frederick P. Klsttna and
family have closed their cottage at Stone
Harbor, N. J., and returned home.
Mr. and Mra. Nathan Hayward, of
Brook road, have returned home after
spending the summer at Manchester,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Fruman are
oxpocted home this week from Mount
Jfloeo, Me., where they have been alt
, Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Poth and family
save returned from Chelsea, where they
Wnt several weeks.
Mrs. William B, Riley returned last
ek to her home on Pembroke avenue.
WAYNE. Mr. and Mra. John Henlfer.
f Rrldgeton, N. J announce the mar
Mace of their daughter, Mlas Margaret
"olfer, and Mr. Claude Ladow. of
Jayae, on Wednesday, September 15, at
W home of the brlde'a parents.
Mlas Mona Whltlock, Mlas Dorothy
Lacock, Miss Marlon Tull and Miss Anna
"a,w have returned home from the glrla"
sb at Denmark, Me,
Mr, a,nd Mra. Henry Read Jonard, of
"amlt avenue, havo left on a trip to
PaclSo Cot and the Expositions.
DKYON-kU Xhm Mwialw
TO BE ANNOUNCED TODAY
Brock Is Engaged to Mr.
Miss Wright and
haa returned to Tregarlch from an ex
tensive Western trip.
Mr, and Mrs. John A. Brown, Jr., who
have been pausing the summer nt North
East Harbor, Me,, have returned to
Dunmlnnlng, their place at Devon.
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Goodman and
family, who spent the summer In Atlantic
City, N. J will remain there until tho
end of Beptember.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Dunn, of
117 Bethlehem pike, are traveling through
California and will not return for sev
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur II. Lea, of Ryls
ton, will remain at Bretton Woods until
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin W. Orlbbel and
family havo closed their cottage at Vent
nor, N. J and are occupying their house,
319 West Moreland avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart, Jr.,
have returned to their home, S603 St. Mar
tin's lane, hnvlng spent the summer nt'
Chebcague Island, Me.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar P. Earlo and
family have returned to town from Man
toloklng, N. J., and are occupying their
house on Crittenden street.
Mrs. Samuel M. Clement, of 5532 Wayne
avenue, has returned home, having epent
the summer at Woodstock, Vt.
Mrs. Walter M. Qorham and her two
daughters. Miss Alice and Miss Edith
Qorham, who have been in Steuben, Me.,
all summor, will return to their homo,
Wlssahlckon and Prlco streets, October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Bullock, of 6133
Greene street above Johnson, closed their
cottage at Pocono Pines last week.
Mrs. Charles B. E. Taylor, of Denver,
Col., and Miss Edith M. Kendrlck, of
Harvey street, are the guests of their
brother and ststcr-In-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Kendrlck, of East Orango, N. J.
They have also been visiting Mr. nnd
Mrs. William Kendrlck at their sum
mer home, on Lake Hopatcong.
Mrs. A. W. Button and Miss Jane Button
and Miss Helen R. Button, of German
town avenue, have closed their home at
Eagle's Mere Park and have returned to
The Rev. Melville B. Gurley, assistant
minister of the First Presbyterian Church,
is spending a month on Tuckernuck
Island, Nantucket, Mobs. Mr. Gurley
will return the middle of October.
Mrs. Edward Flood and Miss Eleanor
Flood, of Wayne avenue nnd Hortter
street, havo returned from Chelsea,
where they spent the summer.
Sir. and Mrs. Joseph B. Cope and
family havo returned to tholr home on
East Washington lane, after a summer
spent at Wlldwood Crest.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Ash Pearson, of
443 West Prlco street, will close their
Cape May cottage on Monday and re
turn to town.
Mrs. William T. Gummey, of 39 Pel
ham road, accompanied by her daughter.
Miss Gertrude Gummey. has returned
from an extended stay at Rangeley
Miss Emlllo Frlcke, of 134 West ITribal
street, and Miss Marie Lowery, of West
i-nuaaeipma, nave returned, after spend
ing the summer at Buck Hill Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin V. McCarthy,
of 6131 Baynton street, are receiving con
gratulations on the birth of a son.
Mrs. Jaros Fleming, of 22 Pleasant
street, Is spending several weeks In At
lantic City. ,
Colonel Henry W. Lee, of 128 East Price
street: Captain William H. Farrell. of
6705 Germantown avenue, nnd Lieutenant
Theodore F. Schmidt, of 909 East Wood
lawn avenue, are attending the Army and
Navy Convention at Atlantlo City.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Marple have
returned from Ocean Grove, where they
spent the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McFarland, of
1229 East Chelten avenue, 'nave returned
from several weeks' stay at Wlldwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hetzel, of 50 Fleas
ant street, have returned from Wlldwood.
Mr. and. Mrs. Joseph Gunson, ot 24 East
Seymour street, have returned home after
spending several weekB at Stone Harbor.
Mies Mary Miller and Miss Catharine
Miller, of 238 Slocum street, recently re
turned from Atlantlo City, where they
spent several weeks.
Along the Reading
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Wentz, Mr.
Daniel B. Wentz, Jr., and Miss Dolly
Wentz, ot Washington lane, Chelten Hills,
Pa,, have returned home from Eagle's
Mere, where they occupied their cottage
for the summer. Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Churchman, ot Summit avenue, Jenkln
town, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Wentz for several days at Eagle's Mere.
Dr. B. Frank Wentz, of (602 Woodland
avenue, West Philadelphia, accompanied
by his grandson, Daniel B. Wentz, Jr.,
has left tor a trip ot several weeks to
the Paclflo coast, stopping at the Grand
Canyon of Arizona, Loa Angeles, Pasa
dena and San Francisco, where they will
spend some time at the Exposition,
Mr. and Mrs. James BUI, of Bent road,
Wyncote, will have aa their guests for
tho month of October their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Mor
gan, of Flushing, L. L
Miss Marguerite Bill returned home
from Maine last week, where she has
been camping for several weeks wl(h a
party of friends.
Mrs. James B. Walker, of Trenton, is
the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Hoe
cock for a fortnight
Mrs. I. W. Gross and her daughter, of
12th street. Oak Lane, have toured
through the Canadian Rockies and
visited the two Expositions along the Pa
clflo coast, stopping at many sightseeing
places In tlw Btates traveling East.
Mra. Annie Carr and her family, of
(710 North 8th street. Oak Lane, have re
turned from Surf City, where they have
been apendlng part of the summer.
Mis Geraldlne Ely and Miss Louise
Ely, of Greenwood avenue, Jenklntown,
haye returned to their home after apend
lng the summer as the guest of friends
In eastern Ohio, Waahlngton and Pitts
burgh. , mm
Mr and Mra. Frank McAleer and their
family, of Jenklntown, have left for the
Paclflo coast by way of Niagara Falls,
Buffalo and Denver. They will atop at
Salt Lake City on the way back from San
Dr. and Mrs. E. L. KIopp, of 8th street
and Oak lane, have returned after apead
Ug Meet ot tB.mwnior ca.
Photo by nelly A 'War.
MISS ELLA BROCK
Whoso engagement to Mr. Joseph N. Du Barry, 3d, is announced today.
Miss Emma Brown, of 2329 South
17th street, entertained Informally on
Friday evonlng nt her home. A Dutch
supper was served. Her guests In
cluded Miss Elizabeth Thomas, Miss
Elizabeth Barrett, Miss Helen Collins,
Mr. Lee Davln, Mr. Marcel Davis, Mr.
Gilbert Leas nnd Mr. Eldrlch Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. William S. McCoach
and Mrs. Charles W. Budd. who havo
Bpent the summer season at their cot
tage In Ocean City, returned to their
home, 719 South 22d street.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Carr have
closed tholr cottage nt Ocean City,
where they have been, with their llttlo
daughters, all summer, nnd returned
to their home, at 910 South 22d street.
Extensive preparations are being
mado by the members of St. Rita's Club
for a lawn fete and carnival to be
held on the church ground on Sep
tember 22, 23, 24 and 25, the proceedB
of which will be used to buy a stained
glass window for St. Rita's Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Davis, who.
with their son, have spent the past
two months visiting friends In the New
England States, have returned to the
city and taken a new house at 2519 South
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Dawes, of 2503
South Garnet street, are entertaining
Mrs. J. M. Fitzgerald, of Baltimore, who
will remain In the city for about a week
or ten days.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Shlsler, who
have been entertaining extensively during
tho summer months nt their cottage in
Chelsea, expect to reopen their home, at
2013 South Broad street, on October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Simmons, of
151S South Broad street, closed their cot
tage at Chelsea on Monday and have re
turned to the city.
Miss Margnret Mooney and her sister.
Miss Nan Mooney, of 2337 St. Albans
place, returned this week from a vacation
spent In Ashland, Pa., where they were
the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Thomas
Horan Miss Mooney will have as her
guest over this week-end Miss Marguerite
McMurtrey, of Ashland.
Miss Isabelle Barber, of 17th and Moore
streets, has returned from a two weeks'
vacation Bpent with friends at Atlantlo
Mr. and Mrs. George Van H. Potter, of
2503 South 20th street, spent the week-end
at Atlantic City.
Miss Helena T. Devereaux, of 2504 South
Lambert street, was one of an automobile
camping party, who were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George McClellan Henry, of
Narbcrth, over tho week-end. The party
motored along the Brandywlne Creek and
camped over night. Other guests Included
Miss Sarah Hopper. Miss Helen Redlen,
Mr. Andre Koronskl and Dr. Harold Ed
'A surprise party was given to Mlas
Marion Headley, of Hagerman street. Sat
urday night by some of her young friends,
on the occasion of her 14th birthday.
Among her guests were Miss Edith Great,
Miss Phyllis Lenvey, Miss Edith Primm,
Miss Margaret Slnnott. Miss Agnes Mc
Dermott, Miss Lydla Faulk, Miss Marlon
Taylor, Miss Marjorle Clarke, Miss June
Hammond, Mlrs Ethel Hughes, Thomaa
Leavey, Paul Primm, Matthew Slnnott.
Albert Kirk, Jack Berry. Ralph Talley.
Maurice Smith, John Graham, Albert
Endow and Kirk Smith.
Miss nelen L. Cook, of Holmesburg,
was the guest ot Miss Marsha Marchant
at her home In West Philadelphia over
the week-end. On Saturday night Mlsa
Marchant entertained In honor of her
Mlsa Friday, of 5303 Front street, Olney,
haa returned from her vacation spent In
Mr. and Mra. Ross W. Marriott will
be at home at 8warthmore after October
15. Mra. Marriott was formerly Miss
Marion R. Steame. daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin Steame, of 4520 Mulberry-
Mlas Anna E. Armstrong and Mlas
Kathryn E. Martin have returned from
a 10 days' trip to Springfield, Mass.,
where they were the guesta of Mr. and
Mrs. H. Meredith Walton.
irM a tviwIa. nf 111R nttkAw ,
haa had recently aa her guest Mrs. Cor
nelia Crosson and daughter, Mlas Anna
Croaaon, of Pennagrove, N, J., formerly
Mr. and Mra. H. Warren Lutz, of 1811
South 67th street, gave a dinner on Sat
urday evening In honor of Mlas Edith
Green Piper, whoae marriage to Mr.
J. B. Zlnk wilt1 take place on October o.
Notice far ta fledetr page wtB be
accepted and printed la the KTeatss
Ledier, but all such notices most be
written on , one side of the paper,
nut be signed in fall, with full ad
drees, and when possible telephone
number muil be given.
Bend all each ceauannleaMeaa te
"Society KeHtor," BTeaJag Ledger,
60s Cbeetoot street
Cnlcee Uieee requtreneai an earrUd
Mt ee that v4SoaUo mmr be rmttle.
aba noele wMl net We Mi.Wih.a.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Burt Thompson, of
West Ontario street, havo returned from
Ocean City, whero they were the guests
of Mrs. Thompson's brother and elster-ln-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jennings, at
their summer home.
Among the Tlogans who have returned
homo from Ocean City aro Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence McCool Taylor, of North 15th
street; Mr. and Mrs. William France and
family, of North 15th street; Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley Bartlne, of West Ontario
street, and Mr. and Mrs. William L.
Hoffman, of 2235 West Ontario street.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Oppenhelmer havo
closed their Atlantic City cottage and
have returned to their winter home, 2026
West Ontario street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, who
spent tho summer In Ocean City, have
returned to their home on Lyceum ave
nue. Mr. and Mrs. Horace E. Hughes, of 3401
Alnslle street. Falls of Schuylkill, have
gone to Chattanooga, Tenn., for part of
Mrs. Solon Anderson, of Ridge avenue,
has returned home after spending the
summer at Cape May.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MIsBlmer and fam
ily, of Roxborough, and Mr. and Mrs. G.
Alfred Dietrich and family, of Wlssa
hlckon, have returned from an extended
automobile trip through Pennsylvania,
Maryland, Washington, D. C, and Dela
Mrs. J. Albert Wood and Mr. J. Albert
Wood, Jr., have returned from a week's
stay at Atlantlo City.
Dr. and Mrs. Charles J. Klnkead and
Miss Margaret Klnkead arrived home
from California this" week, after an ab
sence ot two months.
Mrs. William C. Speakman has returned
from Buck Hill Falls, Pa., where she
spent the summer.
Mrs. Fin Sparre and her children re
turned on Sunday from Wlldwood Crest
where they were for several weeks.
Miss Sybil Ward entertained at dinner
this week In honor of Mlsa Mabel Car
penter and Miss Elsie Hopklnson, of New
Haven, Conn. Those present Included
Miss Mildred Sattcrthwalte, Mlsa Irma
Seeds, Miss Katherlne Daley, Miss Alice
Spccr, Miss Juliette Rice, Mies Francis
Wilson, Miss Mary Ilayoer, Miss Mar
garet Hudson, Miss Phoebe Ward, Miss
Mabel Carmlchael, Miss Elsie Hopklnson.
Mr. Richard Whitney, Mr. Thomas F.
Daley, Mr. John F. Daley, Mr. Donald
Crone, Mr. Ford O'Kecfe, Mr. Roy Shil
ling, Mr. Joseph Horty, Mr. Frank
Horty, Mr. William Stoopes, Mr. Paul
Bright and Mr. II. H. Ward, Jr.
Mrs. Robert Hall Wiles, president na
tional of the United States Daughters of
the War of 1812, was guest of honor at a
reception given by the Delaware Society
In the rose room of the Hotel du Pont,
Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Wiles lives In
Chicago and Is now In the East visiting
State societies. Bhe spent the early part
of last week at Norrlstown, Fa.
Mrs. Charles E. Fritz announces the
engagement of her daughter, Miss Chris
tine Fritz, to Mr. Wlllard Hall Porter,
Jr., son ot Mrs. Wlllard Hall Porter. Mrs.
Fritz and Miss Fritz expect to return to
Wilmington some 'time this week from
MRS. I. GLUCK
whose marriage took place Sep
tember 1. Mrs. Gluck was Miss
Barbara Smith. After a wedding
trip Mr. and Mrs. Gluck will livo
at the Locksley Hall Apartments,
614 Midvale avenue, Roxborough,
. t Kjf 'ill
' HL4I!ll Jm
Mr. John Winchester, Jr, and family, of
Pittsburgh, returned to their home after
several weeks' visit to Mr. Winchester's
father and mother, Mr. and Mra. John
Winchester. 244$ North th street.
Mlsa Kathryn Wall, of 2480 North th
street, haa returned from a delightful va
cation trip to the shore.
Mlas Mamie Frtcke. of 2482 North th
street, and Mrs. Anna Buch, of 4805 Lo
cust street, are back In town after motor
ing to Pottsvllle, Reading, Mauch Chunk
and other up-Stato points of Interest
Plana are being formed for a "600" eve
ning by the Entre Nous Club, to be held
Tuesday evening, September 21, at the
home of Miss Carrie Burbeck, 1041 North
4 th street Among the guests will be Mlsa
Iloulah Cressman, of Ambler, Ta.; Mrs.
Emma Koch and Mrs, Alice Kuhn, of
Ocean City ; Miss Mamie Porter and Miss
Mlsa Mabel Love, of 154 North Bth
street, spent tho last two weeks of her
vacation at Wlldwood, N. J.
Miss Kathryn Selb, of 208 West Alle
gheny avenuo, nnd her brother have gone
ror an indefinite period to visit relative
in Providence, It I.
The "Roamcrs" of the Northeast held
an outing at Croyden, Pa., tho early part
of the week. During the afternoon a quoit
contest was featured. Mr. John Slpe nnd
Mr. George Blood won nine straight games
from their opponents, Mr. Joseph O'Kecfo
and Mr. Squlro Mensor, tho latter a noted
follower of the game In tho Northeast
Miss Mabel Downing, of East Alle
gheny avenue, has returned to her home
after a three months' stay at Parkland.
The Darby Pleasure Social will hold
Its first meeting today nt the home of
Casper Wells, of 2628 East Cumberland
street. As this will be tho first meeting
of tho fall season there will bo an elec
tion of officers for tho new term.
A street carnival, under the auspices of
the ladles of the Norris Square United
Presbyterian Church, located at Hancock
Btreet apd Susquehanna avenue, Is being
held on Dauphin street between Amber
and Coral streets, to continue tonight
Camden and Vicinity
Mr. and Mrs. William Bowes, of West
Merchantvlllo, are receiving congratula
tions on tho birth ot a son, whom they
havo named Harry Humphreys Bowes,
after Mrs. Bowes' father, Mr. Harry
Humphreys, of 113 Cooper street, Camden.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Wallla Armstrong and
their family havo returned to Tho Farm
near Moorcstown. after spending the
summer at Buck Hill Falls, Pa.
Dr. and Mrs. William Kllcnner and
children havo returned to their home at
942 Cooper street, after a summer at
Miss Mary Robblns, of 427 Penn street,
la visiting relatives In Long Island.
Mrs. John Westcott, of Haddonfleld.
will remain at Cape May until late In
Mr. tfnd Mrs. Frank Norris, of 628 Penn
Btreet, have moved Into their new homo
on Clinton avenue, Merchantvllle.
ITALIAN RESIDENTS HERE
MARK CAPTURE OF ROME
Parades and Meetings in Little
Italian residents of this city are cele
brating today the capture of Rome by the
united Italian troops under Cadorna, on
September 20, 1870.
Parades and meetings will mark the cele
bration. The members of the Giordano
Bruno Lodge. A. A. S. R., will give a
concert tonight In Musical Fund Hall in
commemoration of the victory. The pro
ceeds of tho entertainment will bo sent
to war sufferers In Italy.
Houses and stores in the Italian colony
are decorated In honor of the event. Pa
triotic speeches will be made at tho sev
Tho celebrated "Ventl Settembra" Is
revered among Italians aa Is July 4 by
Americans and July 14 by tho French. On
that memorable day tho troops ot Gari
baldi and Cavour forced an entrance Into
Rome through a breech In the famous
Porta PlaJ The temporal power of the
Pope waa destroyed and the Pontiff since
that time has been virtually a prisoner
in the Vatican.
FLASHY COLORS MAY RUN
Clothing Treated With American
Dyes May Not Withstand At
tacks of Jupiter Pluvius
When you buy that new autumn suit a
week lor bo from now be sure to choose
ono that Is plain In color. If you don't
you may resemble a zebra after the first
moisture collects on the cloth. For
Officials of the National Association of
Clothiers say that It will be a very short
time. Indeed, before the lack of coal tar
dyestuffs will necessitate keeping the
cloths colored with American dyes away
from the elements.
German dyes, of course, are shut out
by the war, and the American dyemakers
are, according to the clothiers, not able
to make the coloring matter up to the
standard of the Teutons.
You may be able to enjoy your new
outfit for as long as two or three weeks.
Then again you may not. With the first
rain the coat will wrinkle and the color
ing will begin to run In a way that would
make Ted Meredith literally green with
envy. The bright checkB and the flashy
tweeds will assume a sorry-looking ap
pearance, and you will go home bedrag
gled The trade In heavy Palm Beaoh aulta
and other white suitings haa been grow
ing brisker and brisker since William H.
Corwlne, secretary of the National Asso
ciation of Clothiers, made the following
"It will not be long before the lack of
coal-tar dyestuffs will be called to the
attention of every man, woman and child
In the United States. The people must
be patient, and If only .plain colors are
obtainable ana tne colors ao not stand
exposure to weather the manufacturer
must not be blamed.
"We can make coal-tar dyes In thla
country, but there Is a fear that after
the war the hush subsidy given by the
Government of Germany to maintain the
dye Industry there would crush out com
Media Bachelors Club Dies
Dissolution haa overtaken the Bache
lors' Club of Media after a chase of 14
years. Ltnwood J. Hannum, the lost
man, has married Miss M. Lillian Lewis,
daughter of Councilman Benjamin T.
Lewis, of Media. Originally the club had
a doten members. It waa a rule that
any member who married must buy
dinner for the others. Although when
Hannum Quit the club he waa the only
member, he nevertheless provided the
Russian Ballet to Appear Here
The famoua Dlaghllew Russian ballet
will tour 17 American cttlea, including
Philadelphia, thla winter, under the
leadership of Serge de Dlaghllew, accord
ing to announcement by the Metropolitan
Opera Company of New York, The or
ganization will aupplement that' of the
Metropolitan for four week In New York,
and lata will atari en tour.
ATTRACTIVE HOME WEDDING
CELEBRATED ON SATURDAY
Miss Mabel Gardiner Russell Became tho Brick of Mr.
Robert MacMinn Nuptials of Miss Stahl snd tit
Rev. Ralph Durr Also Took Place
TlfB marriage of Mlsa Mabel Oardlner
Russell, daughter of the nev. William
O. Russell and Mrs. Russell, to Mr. Rob
ert MaoMInn took place on Saturday
evening, at 7:30 o'olock, at the home of
the bride's parents, 6013 Carpenter street.
The ceremony, which waa performed by
the bride's father, woa followed by a
reception and supper for the Immediate
families and n few Intimate friends of
the young people. The bride waa gowned
In Ivory whlto crepe meteor with trim
mings ot real lace and made with a short
skirt From the shoulders fell a court
train, and over this the long tulle veil,
held t thco head by orango blossoms,
was draped In graceful folds, A shower
bouquet of lilies of the valley was car
ried. Miss Paulino Miller, of Bcottdalo,
Ta., the maid of honor and the bride's
only attendant, woro an exquisite frock
of pale pink taffeta and carried a bouquet
of pink sweetheart rosea. Mr. William
Jlughes, of Pittsburgh, acted as best man.
Mr, and Mrs. MaoMInn, who aro spending
their honeymoon In the West, will bo
at home at Wllklnsburg, Pa, after Do
A very pretty wedding waa. aolemntzed
at Old St. John's Lutheran Church, Race
street below 6th, on Wednesday evening.
Mrs. John C. Lehman, of SC01 Toplar
street, gave a Jack Homer dinner lost
week In honor of the birthday annivers
ary of her daughter, Miss Anna Kathryn
Lehman. There were 12 guests as well oa
an equal number of parents attending.
Dancing, games and Impromptu Inventions
added to the Joys of tho affair.
Mr. William Provost. Jr.. son of Mr.
William Provost; Mr. John R. Sproul, son
of State Senator William C. Sproul, and
Mr. J. P. Byro Price. Bon of General
William O. Price, have returned home
after an extensive visit In the Western
States. The young men Bpent a greater
part of their time nt the Panama-Pacific
International Exposition at San Fran
cisco. Mr. Paul Crowther, of Sth and Madi
son streets, son of Dr. Isaac Crowther,
has returned home, after spending the
summer at Tawtucket, R. I.
Mrs. John A. Wallace la the guest of her
sister. Mrs. F. H. Connolly, of Yonkera.
Course in charge of experts two
evenings a week. One of the
most popular courses in the
Ask for Catalog T-32.
Fhone Diamond 031
I Urond St. lieloiT Uerka J, '
THIS 18 Ki:JlSTKATION IVKEK
The school which makes education
mean all round development. lie fore
V deciding fall plans, send (or catalog
"A." Courses prepare for all Col
M leges. Technical and Professional
t-T Schools and Huelness Pursuits. Book-
C, keeping. Shorthand and Allied Sub-
AJects provide a practical training.
Certificate la recognized by leading
1A91 colleges. Civil Service, Elementary
" and Orammar School courses. Each
Arch student receives personal attention.
WZ Buporvlsed recreative and study
St. periods dally to 8 P. M., when de
sired. Superb gymnasium and swim
CENTIIAL EDUCATIONAL INBTITDTK
I8D WALNUT STS., OPENS SEPT. 30.
Courses per term (SO wks.), 16.00. Algebra,
Art Needlework. Cooking. Drawing, Dreesmak
Inr English, French, Geometry, derman, Ital
ian. Latin, Mech. Draw'g. Millinery, Plan
nead'g A Estlmat'g, Spanish. Telegraphy, IT;
Business Arlth.. 8: Architectural Draw'g.
Banjo, B'k'g'g. Oultar, Mand'n. Palnt'g (China,
OIL Water Color), Pen'shlp V Cor'pond., Pub.
School. Violin, 0: Garment Cut'g, Sleno'phy
Tycew't'g, SlOi Vocal Lessons. 1S; Combined
Bookkeep'g. Stenography Typewriting, 118:
Piano. Afternoon Eve. Wllte for Catalog V.
And Its Elementary School, open ea
NINTH MO. (Beptember) 21st
IBth and Ilace Bts.
SSth St. and Lancaster Ave.
lTth St. and Olrard Ave.
Oreene 8t. above School Lane, Oermantewa.
Principals in attendance atter Ninth Mo. 1st.
wu, E. BARRETT, lctn and luce Ste.
TUB PHILADELPHIA TRAININO SCHOOL
for PEIlSONALTand COMMUNITY SEKVICH
iracUcal course In various branches train,
lnc men and women for leadership in Recrea
tional. I'hyHtcal. Social and Industrial Welfare
VforH H courses given by well-known leader.
Send for booklet-Central Branch. Y. M. C. A.
1421 Arch BtrotU
STANDARD Y.M.C.A. COURSES
Save carfare. Evening School, Dormitory,
Expert Instructors, Individual Method, Swim,
mlng Pool, Gymnasium.
North Ilranch Y. M. O. A., lets W. Lehigh.
West Branch Y. M. O. A, Btd and BaiKonx.
LTsTlle College UKOo'iSA,?v,5
Engineering, Arts. Pre.Medlcal and Business
Courses. High School and department for little
boys. Gymnasium and supervised athletics.
Scholarships ortered. Evening classes.
IIBO. DENIS BDWAKD. President
PalmMT Ruaineaa School
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Xngtlah.
day and nlant sessions. Send for catalog.
Mercantile Library Bldg,, 10th above Chestnut.
PREPARATION rOR ANT COLLEOB, ANT
BROAD AND CHERRY STREETS
00th and Olrard ave.
Business course that win busi
Day 1I2.0OI Night 14.00
Oral expression, stag art, atory.tallln-.
KMILIB KR1DKK NORRIS. 1714 Chestnt.
THE K1K8CHBAUM School of Language
1614 Chestnut tit, (Welihtmao Bldg.)
KsUb. la. Mean Klnebbaiua, Prbicteat.
MAHKK rBEP. W1THKRSPOON MLDO.
College, Lew, Ui. Day. KVg. Univ. RC
JAMJCS V. WILLIS. Tatow"1
Beptember 18, at 8 eetMk, wtiem Mag
Henrietta, D. Stnhl became tho brMe
the Rer. Ralph U. Durr, paster tM
Lutheran church at Rockvllle Oeater,
Tho oflldating- clergymen were the Ja.
E. E. sibole nnd the Rev. A- O. Carty.
The bride, who waa given In marries
by her father, Mr. Adolph O. Btahl, waa
attired In a gown of durohesae aatln and
tulle. She wore & prtneeas lace veil trim
mod with lilies of the valley, And carried
white rosea and llllea of the valley.
The matron of honor waa Mrs. WaHet
II. Qrunow, ot Sunbury, Pa., and the
bridesmaids were Mlsa Augusta M.
Schmltz, Miss Maude Williamson, MIm
Eva Stlls and Miss Semla Simpson, of
New York. They were gowned In green
taffeta and carried pale pink aster.
Tho best man waa Mr. Roaooe Durr, of
Jersey city, brother of the bridegroom,
and the ushers were the Rev. H. B.
Dlckert. of Weat Brighton. N. T.; the
Rev. Walter IL Qrunow, ot Sunbury, Pa-j
Mr. Behrend Mehrtena, of Brooklyn, and
Mr. Adolph C. StnhL
The double-ring ceremony waa ued,
and the church was beautifully decorated
with whlto astera and autumn leave.
There were many guesta present from
Jersey City, New Tork, Brooklyn and
After a tour through New Tork Stab
tho Rev. and Mrs. Durr will be at home
after November 15 at the parsonage, at
Rockvlllo Centre, Long Island.
What's Doing Tonight
TVMmrt Btreet Butlnen Aneeciatloa, BeUe-vue-Stratf
erd : 8 o'clock. FVee,
Wnt Philadelphia, Buitneee and Improve
ment League, S209 Market street) 8 o clock.
Northwest Bustn Um'i AeeoclaUon, 3JM
Columbia avenue; 8 o'clock. Free.
Weat Susquehanna Avenue Basinets Men.
107 West Susquehanna avenuo; B o'clock.
Schuylkill Drench, Christian Endeavor, Arch
btrret ITcsbytertan Church; 8 o'clock. EYoe.
Concert In aid of Italian war victims. Musi
cal Fund Hall; 8 o'clock.
Suffrage Events Today
EQUAL FIlANCinsn BOCIETT.
Noon-day meetlne at Lunton'e Cornice
Works, Tulip street and Allegheny avenue,
breaker, Mies Anna McCue.
8 30 p. m. Meeting at I)rod and South
streets. Speaker, Mies Bertha Bapovlts.
WOMAN 8UTFRAOB PAnTT.
S p. m. Meeting at 2S8 South Bid street.
Speakers, Miss Estelle Itussel and Mra. Phil
8 p. m. Meeting at Md e.nd Market streets.
Spankers, Mrs. J. O. l'hllllpe and Mrs. M. D.
H p. m. Meeting at 6th and Pike streets.
Srenkera. Mlsa May Macken and Mies Jane
Kept and Largest
hold classes Monday. Wednesday and
Friday evenings. This Is your oppor
tunity to advance will It go by
without your attendance?
Positions I'onltlitly Ruarnnteed
Telephone i Lombard 1I9CJ297
Sth and Chestnut Streets ,
After October J, Penn Mutual Bldo.
WBlny'siitvf4--l6 && 'v
In an exceptionally attractive
school for any person desiring a
business education. COO students
now In attendance. Particulars
fcent on request.
801807 Chestnut St., Phlla.
aJ-TMtagggeEtVfeKjMja 'T sS&tfa.
teaches Public Speaking. Salesmanship,
Elocution and Dramatic Art, Authorship
and Journalism, on a scientific mind
Day School opens September 27th; Sat
urday classes. October 'Jnd; Evening classes,
week of October 4th Send for new cata
log. Call for personal Interview Office
open dally, 0 to 5:30; evenings, 8 to 10.
1730 Chestnut Street
University of Pennsylvania
WHAIITON SCHOOL OP FI.VANCH
Offers Evening: Couraea
Ilegtstratlon evenings, except Saturday, T to V.
Sept. 13 to S4. Sessions begin Sept. 24.
LOGAN HALL. 86th AND WOODLAND AVH.
SCHOOL OF EXPllEfiSJON
AND DItAMATIG AHT
Elizabeth Lavender Schreiner
1714 CHESTNUT STIIKKT
At Btudlo dally, 11 to 8. Phona Sprue 24T7.
or write for booklet. '
School now open for tall and winter term.
We teach gymnastics, German, drawls:,
needlework and swimming to children. 7 to
IB years, for IS per year. Enroll your chil
dren now. Broad and Columbia ave.
SUI OPENS S MO. J1BT
CnOOl AT a:U A. U.
arTANLDT R. TARNALL. PrtaeiMl
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
1S0S Sprue Street. Opens Sept. 3ft,
MAIN UNB mtANCU
Ardmore. Opens Beptember XT.
ELIZABETH HILLS LYMAN. Principal
The Phillips Brooks School
Uors school, opposite Clark Park. AtbJeeia
Held adjoining bldg. Large full-equipped btM
attui-. Kxpertcneed teacher. Year Mask,
. suiset, j
. Udn, 4224 Baltlmer ave.
PALMS BUSINESS COLLEGE
TMrtv vart at 17th ant ChtttHut Street.
Business. Shorthand and s-'tcreterlU Course
The William Penn Charter ScIymI
EIOHT SOUTH TWKLFTH STREET
227th Year Open September 2hth,
eriUNO OAKDEN INSTITUTE. I'MILA.
ART MECHANICS ELK OTK1 CITX
Night School Writ for Weehle
MARY HltEVAUU ROBERTS. Ill N, tOtta afc
juocuiioni voice i aar ana evening cm
WALNUT LANK BCH&BL
2S2 W. WALNUT LANE, aEHMAKTOWH
Strong. General Coursr. DomeMlo "rlikar
Dept. Boarding Dept. opena Be, aoth. MB
Dept. open Sept. ttiU. ' -
Y. M, a A. School of Mule
ptsg t men. women, oasves) jui e
andleeotal Course for7katkr1. Of
evening. ModeraU fee. Certain;. lOTJ
Or" ML'aii' , IrftjJE
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