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DINNERS AND DEBUTANTE
PINK DAHLIAS AND SWEETHEART ,,
ROSES TO FEATURE WEDDINa
Miss Florence Jeanette Elliot to Become Brid of Mr.
Waldo 0. Fehling at 6:80 P. M.
AFFAIKS AKHJ SUJtliUUUJUJliJD
: Thorndtke of Boston, to Be Entertained at Dinner.
Tftfor Miss Edith Nelson Page Entertain,
in Boxes at Horse Show.
iM M1W. KBNHT B1UNTON
ac. of renllm win entertain at
- Friday mum '
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-n he unonc the spectators
fJHorts hownt week.
. o ( daughter of Mr. ana
2S.i,ion Bcott. wfll to amon
Jn'a debutantes. Bho will ho in
i "? .... t be riven by her
. .a aunt. Mr. Barton Oooke
1.4"iv. Norember 10.
5? Lt and her daughter have token
JR&t South n street for
& winter. -
.. Tjinre baa Issued hwltaUons
KJ.vmT tobo given on Tbtrrs.
L.'&teber Vto moet ...
Howara ws- --T--mS"
,ued ai a " "
;home Chesuroi ... .
y to auiniuv.
. .. t n.iiherford McAllister
Llion Tueed. October 12. from 4
. .n ? .: .tJLt-ni. St. Martin's
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W m rx Clarence W Dolan, who
'"".; r -rv home irom bjw "
fc their way home ir BhQW
Lswwna w v M,gs no8ail0
ta honor ot their ug. bo mem
ijtto debutant, aet and last-year
t??.M! Cromwell, son of Mrs. Edward
I81?" CTJ, flk Dlace on Saturday.
fc82SXr I in St. James1 Protestant
t fcieoopal Church. aa arm ,...-v-
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MW Ida vi P Ledyard Heck-Land
lHnwri ..- . entered her!
55. and will ride in the Bryn Mawr
KfM Bnow iwv "
.. . w lwfethuM J. Barklle, ot
' fawHeuierwtnentertain Mr. and Mrs.
) binder Butler Duncan, of Now York,
4Krlog the Horse Show.
' - fs-vsrs The1
ta mUTr aThe'r "country place In
iSrTTTatnaU Lea. of CharloiUvllle,
JJIfc, IK " ' 0
,.. . of Old York road.
HsSitown. has formed a sewing class.
fccKrS". rv Wednesday morning.
gswBivu "-v--. -An mAimwm Amonc
I to w ror -"-,."h. ,T
K. Betty Madeira, Mrs. George H.
Srasle" Ms. Henry Watts, Mrs. Arthur
Ruth and many others.
b u. n.,u a T nicueur. of MM Pine
fitmt. has returned home after spending
I summer at ine seasnoro uuu "
lib? and Mrs. Oeorg R. 7wj ."J
t, about November 1.
Hrs. Charles M. Lea is entertaining
L, Ernest Mertant, oi new it. '
reme in Devon.
A Mh.rHnMon dandng class has been
r itemed which meeU every Tuesday eve
. b at Haverford Court. It Includes
Famt' W memners, cnieuy ui ""
yeasger Main Line set.
uua Adcl&lde R. Conly will entertain at
, ku.km Miinr w "hridre. tomorrow
b i. A- Af Xffa Toulee O.
'muwil It, wumw w- -.-- - - r
tinr tihm, marrlaro to Mr. Herbert !?
' iUfstr will take place on Ootober 1L Her
ri wUl be Miss jsieanor v. mureni
Helen M. Qragor, Miss Marjorle A.
Owman, Miss Edna V. Wller, Miss Net
lie ?. Green and Miss Marie D. Green.
Van, RallKra. of Ardmore. who
, h seendlng several days as the guest ot
.lward Brlnghurst. Jr., at her home
f6Reckwood, was guest of honor vat an
S formal dance which her hostess gave
' her honor last evening. Miss Sellers
UI Tetum to her home on Olenn road
Tie regular Saturday night elub dinner
tesees will be resumed tomorrow eve
sfcc at the Huntingdon Valley Club.
f , Along the Main Line
. OVBRBROOK. A the dormant will be
tomorrow at the OverbrooX aolf
b end also Saturday afternoon of
1 Mm Adele Marguerite Mosler and Miss
ae Cram have returned to tneir
from Eagle's Mere, where they at-
, a house party given at tne iroreai
ARDMORH-Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lober
Pa fsally, of Church road and Mont-
; Jry avenue, have dosed their cot-
ikge at Beach Haven, and opened their
H$ koward O. Kurtc, ot 113 Argyle
Mai, has returned fmn SorwninKtown,
'' he was the guest ot his mother,
MN, T, Kurt, of Washington avenue.
sUVHRFORn.-Mm. Marrte V. Reed
litetsroed from Pittsburg on Thursday,
sps w occupying her new apartmenis ai
IfML WllllAm Dnn n.Al. T- wliA VtAM
f Aen making an extended visit at Upper
farsns' Lake, Adirondack Mountains,
EPS1 rturned to Haverford Court.
a-xr Mn.n .. -- . . ...
ri-t' r;w r. uowara wereoiui
iJJi returned from a short stay In Llon-
where he vliited hl father.
gJJ5 Rutn Alden and Miss Constance
W1", ot Rochester, N. Y., are spend
Wt a week at Edgewood Inn.
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rzr "' ara. rvjiuanj rtuer una
. "JWRachel Filler, of The Tenacis, are
SuLT 5.i oay" m New rk. miss
ajzzrv "" w ns oi inis eeiwono
vM. 3. Frank Clyde will not occupy
" W tne Horse Show, aa she ex
is U leave for "Whit shiinh,,,. nrl.
W af this week.
I'a2i,:-w,1? MddeB, Jr., of Sloom-
-''- 4tvwvi wpwi Mnft
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aTf J'Sfti' tWr KaaaiTlwa., w)l
ti J-TCT JPr Wrings (H yt.
. to remalB.a w weeks.
'rnLndJir L " Jttm have
j- - . w-for iw larougA fsw
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Km. Jos . W9 a.
!imJ Invitations for ths raarrlaire ot
their 4aughtr, Mia Edith II. Wood,
and Mr. Roger Atkinson, of Llanerch,
which- will take plaoo ftt the home ot
the bride, 231 "Walnut avenue, on Friday
evening-, October L A reception will
follow the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priestley Button
and Miss Marion Button, of 2 West
Upsal street, hav returned from Atlan
tlo City, where they spent the month of
September. Miss Button will make her
debut at a tea to be given by her par
ents on December 1.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McCalllp, of XU
West School House lane, have as their
guest Mrs. Arthur Oemunder, of Colum
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic P. Kennedy, ot
1 Wert Walnut lane, will return today
from Fort Washington, whore they have
been spending the summer.
Miss Marie Haywood, of Chicago, m.,
Is the guest ot Dr. and Mrs. Raymond
Leopold at their home, Chelten avenue
and Morris street.
Mrs. Robert Duncan batewood and her
small son have returned home from the
Pocono Mountains, where Mrs. , Gate
wood had a cottage during the summer
Miss Augusta MoFadden. of the Del-mar-Morris'
Apartments, has returned
from a summer spent In Ocean City, N. J.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Barclay Johnson, of Ml
South 16th street, have returned from
Atlantlo City, wrier" they spent several
At the wedding of Miss Louise McKale
and Mr. Edwin Henry' Burk, which will
take place on Wednesday, September M,
in the Market Square Presbyterian
Church, the bridal party will Include Miss
Mary McKale, a sister of the bride, who
wil act as maid of honor. The best man
will be Mr. Frederlo O. Burk and the ush
ers Will be Mr. C. Perev Iliitrhlnnnn. Mr.
Robert F. Irwin, Jr., Mr. Edward Trainer
Mr. Henrv Hur'lr. Jr.
Along the Reading
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Btlnson, of
Wyncote road, Jenklntown, Pa., and Miss
Stlnson. will occupy their new home on
Old York road, Ashbourne, the first week
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Argue, for
merly of Jenklntown, but who are now
making their homo at Evergreen, L. I.,
are receiving congratulations on the birth
of a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Lelghton
Kramer, of Sharpless avenue, Melrose
Park, who have been spending the sum
mer at their cottage at Surrey and At
lantlo avenues. Ventnor. have had aa
their guests for some time Mrs. Kramer's
family, Mr. and Mrs. Winfleld Scott Al
len, of 1501 Diamond street. Mr. and
Mrs. Allen roturnel tp their aountry
home, Atnslle, on Church road, Elklns
Park, last week.
Mr. Frederlok TIetenbach. Mr. Freder
ick Tlefenbach, Jr., Mr. Kenneth Tag
gort, Mr. Robert Malth, Mr. George
Rubicam and Mr. Richard Prlddey mo
tored to Fortescue Beach, Delawaro
Bay, over the week-end on a flshlng-trip,
returning home the first part ot this
Mr. and -Mrs. S. H. Wilson, Miss Olive
May Wilson and Mr. Morris W. Wilson,
of West avenue, Jenklntown, wjll leave
this month for Germantown, Pa., where
they .will occupy their new home on Mor
ris street, near Hansberry street.
Miss Dorothy Ruddack, of Noble, Pa.,
will leave next week for New York,
whero she will remain for a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hudson and family,
of Glenslde, who have been spending the
summer months at Ocean City, N. J.;
have returned to their home.
Mrs, William D. Chambers, of C217
North Broad street, Logan, has returned
from Ocean City, where she has been
spending the summer. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter It. Hauck and
their son, Philip Hauck, of C12I North
Broad street, accompanied by Mr. and
Mrs. William Ferguson, of Spring Garden
street, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen M.
Matthews, ot E024 North 12th street, who
have been spending the last month In
Tim Camp Tim, Me., have returned to
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Deker, of 1217
Wagner avenue, Logan, are receiving
congratulations on the arrival ot a son.
Miss Margaret Keown, of Logan, who Is
well known aa a horsewoman, will re
turn this week from Trevose, where she
has been spending a fortnight.
Dr. Wllmer H. Creely, of Kalmazoo,
Mich., and Miss Kathryn F. Wetherill, of
the Avondala Apartents, 33th and Locust
streets, will be married on Saturday at
the Episcopal Church of the Holy Apos
tles, 21st and Christian streets. They are
natives of Camden, having- lett that city
about 15 years ago. Miss Wetherill to
como to this city, Doctor Creely going-
West with his parents.
They corresponded as boy and girl, and
Doctor Creely, after his graduation from
' Bennett Medical College, Chicago, In 1909,
visited this city. The ceremony, at s
o'clock iff the afternoon, will bo per
formed by the Rev. Charles B. Dubell, of
A reception was given at the club
rooms of the Twenty-five Club, of
West Philadelphia, on Tuesday evening,
to Mr, Louis D. Toll and Mr. D. Louis
Toll, on their return from, a tour of
New York State. The feature ot the
evening was the singing furnished by
tho famous Twenty-five quartet, con
sisting of Messrs. Holzman, Faatman,
Levan and Cornfield.
The Chu" Chu Club will hold Its first
reception on Wednesday evening, Sep
tember 29, at the home of the president,
Mr. Jack A. Freeman, 7S6 South Sth,
street The Chu Chu Club will be ret
membered as the Aba Daba Club.
Mlsa Frances M. Cooke, of Boston. Is
visiting- her sister, Mrs. S. V, Rodger, H
616 South, ew street.
Mr, a Mr, Daniel MoGarvey wt
entertata at oaras today, at their home,
3M Horth Felten street. In honor .ef Miss
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MIS8 FLORENCE JEANETTE ELLIOT
Miss Elliot la tho daughtor of Mrs. Frnnk Spangler Elliot. Her
marrlago to Mr. Waldo 0. Fehling will tako placo tonight at 6:30
o'clock at her home, 4537 Spruce Btreet.
Mlsa Rose Smith, ot Hartford, Conn.,
Is the guest of Mrs. L. RoserTElum, of 293)
Frankford avenue, for three weeks.
Mr, and Mrs. William Jeffries and
daughter, ot Lancaster, Pa., and Mr.
and Mrs. William Roland motored from
Harrisburg and' were the week-end guests
of Mrs. NUes and her mother, Mrs.
Shanabrook, of 1930 East Cambria street.
Miss Louise Kester, of Colmar, Pa., has
been visiting Mrs. L. Goeppert, of 1904
East Cambria street.
Mrs. TVlllIam Brown and family re
turned last week from a vacation In the
Mrs. David Campbell and slater. Miss
Grace La Mark, with Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Glenn, of Tacony, who have been spend
ing their vacations at their bungalow at
Ocean City, will return home this week.
Mrs. George Erdman, of 1S33 East Cam
bria street. Is spending several weeks at
The first smoker and entertainment of
the fall season will be held by the Ken
sington International Beneficial Associa
tion at the clubrooms, Howard and
Huntingdon streets, this evening. One
ot the special features will be the grand
array of up-to-date. talent which has been,
engaged especially for the occasion. On
Saturday evening, October 8, a ladles'
night will be held at the club, when. the
members are Invited to bring their lady
friends to take part In the affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Shallcross, of
Torresdale avenue, have returned from a
vacation at Lake George.
Mrs. John Fletcher and son have re
turned from a very pleasant trip to
The Misses NIcolls, of Hegerman street,
are spending a few weeks at Atlantlo
A smoker will be given by the Boost
ers' Association of the Order of Owls to
be held at Tioga West Hall, 2d street
and Rising Sun lane, on Friday evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Williams enter
tained the members of the Ushers' Asso
ciation of the Tioga Methodist Church
on Tuesday night at their home on Syden
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hess, Mr. Walter
C. Hess and Mrs. Henrietta Cohn have
returned to their home, 1813 West Erie
avenue, alter paasingr ins summer in At
Mr, and Mrs. O. F. Wagner and Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel B. Rutner have been
spending some time In an automobile trip
through Lehigh and Northampton Coun
ties, stopping at Eaeton, Allentown and
tho Paxlnosa Inn. die
Mrs. W. Gatchell, of North 19th street,
has returned from Atlantic City, She was
accompanied by Miss Krewson.
Mrs. Bernard Phillips and her daugh
ters, Miss Helen. Miss Esther and Miss
Janet, and Mr. Benedict Phillips, or 3519
North 11th street, have returned home
after spending a delightful summer at
their cottage, In Ocean City, N. J.
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The graduates of the first class from
tho ZLjermedlate Department of Grace
Sabbath school held their first banquet
on Tuesday evening1, and had a very en
joyable evening with their guests. All
the graduate! were present, lnoludlnff
Miss May Britton, Miss Reba Craig, Miss
Katharine Fall-bank, Miss Bvelyn Lock
hart, Miss Mario MocMIUan. Miss Louise
Neeley. Mr. Charles Batt, Mr. Harvey
Bennett, Sir. Charles Black, Mr. Wallace
Deacon, Mr. William Doherty, Mr. George
Curry, Mr. William Parks, Mr. Alexander
Cunningham, Mr. Gamble Camac, Mr.
Joseph Huey, Mr. Antone Johnson, Mr.
Melvln Heyworth, Mr. James Kane, Mr.
Raymond Rose, Mr. Raymond Korn
schleld, Mr. Charles Morby, Mr. Walter
Mnckey, Mr. Samuel McKenna, Mr.
Howard McKlm, Mr. James Parks and
Mr. Samuel Stevenson.
The teacher vof the class, Dr. A. C.
Stroup, was toastmaster, and the guests
were the Rev. Dr. Hunter and wife,
Miss M. Curry, Miss B. McDonald, Miss
a. Klnkade, Mrs. Wilson and Mr. G.
Mr. and Mrs. David R. Klauder, of 464
MonaUry. avenue; ' Mr. and Mrs. J.
Harry Stephan, of 468 Monastery avenue,
Roxborough, and Mr. and Mrs. David
MoCrork, of Flourtown. Pa., have re
turned from an extended autombolle tour
through the mountains of Pennsylvania,
stopping at the Delaware Water Gap,
Mount Pocono, Stroudsburg, Mahanoy,
Beof Creek, White Haven, Mauoh Chunk,
Allentown and Reading.
Miss XAioy Fox and Miss Christine Eliz
abeth Fox, of Wlssahlokon, and MISS
Emma Degman, of Frankford, left yes
terday to spend a week In Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parsons, of Bast
Leverlngton avenue, have returned home
from Atlantlo City.
Miss Tva Hampshire, of Lyceum ave
nue, was hostess to the members ot the
Roxborough Current Events Club last
night at her home. This was the open
ing entertainment for the fall and winter
season. Those taking part were Miss
Elsie Davis, Miss Jessie Rawley, Miss
Jessie Morris, Miss Ethel Lush, Miss
Henrietta. Elizabeth Sheldrake, Miss
Edith Fee and Mrs. William E. Shappell,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J, Dames, Jr.,
who are spending their honeymoon In At
lantic City, will be at homo after October
L at 4309 Laurlston street. Mrs. Dames
will be remembered as Miss Anna P.
Laughlln, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Pat
rick Laughlln, of Roxborough.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Alford Klrkley, of
Arrott street, have lett for Los Angeles,
Cal., where they will be the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. George Praul Mrs. Klrkley's
brother-in-law and sister. They will re
main until after Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Mulford, of 7019 Tulip
street, will entertain at dinner and cards
this evening. Their guests will Include
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Plckott, Mr, and
Mrs. Alfred McCormlck, Mr. and Mrs.
James Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Leavy, Mr. and Mrs, Mathew Slnnot, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Primm, Mr, and Mrs.
tlarvey R. Kelley. Mr. and.rs. James
M. Kirk, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .Burl:, Miss
Ethel Slnnott and Dr. Roy Cassett
Miss Marlon Phillips, of Tulip street,
has as her guests Miss Beatrice Cully
and Miss Evelyn Mocnamara. They will
leave today for Atlantlo 'City and stay
Mr, and Mrs. William Carlln, of 200
East Tabor 'road, Olne'y, are spending
their vacation at Brldgeton and Atlantlo
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred R. Martin, ot
Bridge street, are entertaining Mr, Mar
tin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy R, Mar
tin, ot Beafcrd, Del., during the month.
Miss Helen Martin will be the guest of
Miss Virginia Berry for two weeks at
Atlantlo City. Mr, and Mrs. Berry will
occupy their home at Olney after Septem
ber 80 for the fat) season.
Suffrage Events Today
EQUAL FRANCHWB SOCIETT.
Noonday tnUn on the Poatotflo Plata.
Speaker. Wm Berth 8otM and Mr. R.
Noonday meeting at Kensington avenue and
Ontario street. Speaker, Ml Anna McCue.
8:30 p. m. .Meeting; at 17th and Fltswatar
street. Hpsaker. MUs Bertha Bapovlts,
8.30 p. ml Meeting at Moyamanilng aveeoe
and Heed street. Breaker, Hamuel Mojeraaaa.
WOMAN HXrFFKXaa PARTT.
Mrs. George H. WebeaMKtk and site IKr?
uiiv v. Humbeaeaar.
JX lu vZSIF&J&i
I Osfjteas WaytH,
Mr, and Mrs. James Mayer and Mrs
L. Grulnger, who have been occupying
the Maxwell house on East Greenwood
avenue, during the summer, will move to
Mr. and Mrs. William Bradley, Mr. and
Mrs. Aser Way and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Stelr, returned today from a canoe trip
on Egg Harbor River.
Miss Florence Conway, of South Lans
downo avenue. Is spending the week at
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mlngey, ot Fair
view avonue, returned today from a
wek spent at Atlantlo City.
Mrs. Thomas Culllhan, ot Stewart ave
nue, will entertain a motor party of
friends for dinner at Valley Forge, on
Sunday. Her guests will Include Mrs.
Robert Kelsey, Mrs. IL D. Moore, Miss
Marlon Peterson, Mr. Thomas OulUhan,
Mr. Peter Dooner and Mr. Albert E.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burt and family,
of Owen avenue, have returned from a
summer spent at Ventnor.
Mr. and Mrs. A, Canavo Swayne, of
Runnymede avenue, have returned from
spending the summer at Galen Hall,
A recent arrival among the little naval
colony In the Olrard Farms Is Doctor
Toulon, U. S. N., and Mrs. Toulon, for
merly of Colon, Panama. Doctor and
Mrs. Toulon have taken the house at
2.U3 South 21st street, where they will
remain Indefinitely. Doctor Toulon is on
the U. S. S. Missouri.
Captain and Mrs. Blackwell, of 231
South 21st street, are also among thenew
arrivals. Captain Blackwell Is of the
United States army.
Invitations have been Issued for the
marriage of Mr. William Newell Ban-
nard, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. N,
uannard, of this olty, and Miss Emily
Markle, to take placo Saturday, October
IS, at 4 o'clock In the afternoon, at the
Presbyterian Church at Hazleton, Pa., to
bo followed by a reception at tho home
of Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Markle, the
bride's parents. Following a wedding
Journey Mr. and Mrs. Bonnard will be
at home after Wednesday, December L
at 114 East 84th street. New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. William L. Scott have lett for
Poland Springs, Me., to be gone two or
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Brlnghurst,
who have been spending a month on the
Paclflo coast attending the two Exposi
tions, arrived home this week.
graduates take high standing Imme
diately tyjon entering their College
The careful drilling- and thorough
grounding- through the several grades
In preparation make the first College
year comparatively easy.
Separate Departments for Boys and
Girls In Hlch School grades.
Write for Year Book, ot the System.
TO, ELMER BAnilETT, Principal
15TII AND RACE 8TO. PHILADELPHIA
18th and Rac BU.
SOth at. and Lancaster Ave.
17th St. and Olrard Ave.
Greene Bt., dermantown.
teach Putillo Speaklnc BalMtnanahlp,
Elooutlon and Dramatlo Art, Autherihlp
and Journalism, on a clentlflo mind
Day Bohool opens September STth: Sat
urday classes, October 2nd; Erenlnc classes,
week of October 4th. Send for new eata
lor. Call for personal Interview. Offlos
open dally, 9 to 6:30; evenings, a to 10.
1730 Chestnut Street
Cooking and Planning of Meals
Classes and Private Instruction
MIB9 MARGARET C. LIMERICK
IIS a 42P BTREET
La Salle College Bnoo1SA1tBDOVB
Engineering, Arts, Pre-Medlcal and Business
Courses. High School and department (or llttls
boys. Gymnasium and supervised athletics,
fjcbotarshlps offsred. Evening classes.
BRO. DENIB EDWARD. President.
School now open (or (all and winter terms.
We teach gymnastics, German, drawing,
needlework and swimming to cblldren, T to
IS years, (or SO per year. Enroll your chil
dren now. Broad and Columbia ave.
TUB PHILADELPHIA TRAINING SCHOOL
for PERSONAL and COMMUNITV SERVICM
Practical course In various branches train
Inc men and women (or leadership In Recrea
tional. Physical. Social and Industrial Welfare
Work 14 course given bywell-known leaders.
Bend (or booklet-Central Branch, Y, U. C. A.
11 Arch Btreet.
PREPARATION FOR ANT COLLEGE. ANT
BROAD AND CHEnRT BTREET3
PALMS NIGHT SCHOOL
Thirty years at 17th and Chestnut Street.
Business, Shorthand and Secretarial Courses.
Tke William Penn Charter School
EIGHT SOUTH TWELFTH STREET
327th Year Open September 28th.
BriUNO GARDEN INSTITUTE, I'HILA.
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Nlffct School Write (or Booklet
CONSERVATORIES s" MUSIC
E C K W E R ' S
PWUdelf&s Musical AcitJaaj
18JT Sprue Bt. 47th eaon opens
Sept. Sth. Branches 0 Germaa
town Ave. 44S S. Hd Bt. Bmlneut
XrlUts In Faculty. Prospectus.
JAMES C. WARHURST
Voice. Piano and Directing.
1 MO CHESTNUT STREET
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Contralto Soloist, Church of tho Holy TrlaHy.
Studio. Kstey Hall. Walnut at Uth H.
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TnE marriage of Miss Florence Jean
ette Elliot, daughter of Mrs. Frank
Spangler Elliot,' and Mr. Waldo O. Fehl
ing will take place this evening at f:80
o'clock In the home of the bride's mother,
4537 Bpruoe street The Rev. Robert
Johnston, rector of the Church of the
Saviour, 28th and Chestnut streets, will
efilclate. Ths bride, who -will be given In
marriage by her brother, Mr. Charles
Lortngr Elliot, will be attended by her
sister, Mrs. Frank O'Reilly, aa matron of
honor. Miss Q race Reld, Miss aertruda
Troutrnan, ot Butler, Pa.; Miss Leonlde
Dagtt and Miss Edna Wller as Maes
maids, ana little Miss Marguerita FUh
burn, of Lock Haven, aa flower girl.
Mr. Fehling will bo attended by his
brother, Mr. J. Herbert Fehling, as best
man. Mr. Warren Moss, Mr. Frank
Elliot, Mr. Albert Clayton and Mr. Frank
CRellly will w the usher. Miss Elliot
will wear an exquisite gown fashioned In
the stylo of 1830. Tho foundation will be
of white duchess satin over a hoopsklrt.
and will be finished with three tulle petal
tunics, having' elaborate quillings of satin
ribbon. The waist will be an old-fashioned
basque made of tulle and rose
point lace. Her veil will be tulle, with
tho satin quillings, and will be arranged
on a crown of ornngo blossoms, to fall
to the edge of the skirt. Bhe will carry
a shower bouquet of white orohlds and
lilies of the valley.
The matron of honor will be gowned in
deep pink satin, also made over a hoop
skirt, which will be finished with quill
ings. She will wear a picture hat of the
same shade of panne velvet, having wide
streamers, and a rose for trimming. She
will carry an arm bouquet of pink roses.
The bridesmaids will be gowned alike
In rose pink satin, with very wide skirts
over hoops. They will be veiled with
tunics of Indestructible net over which
a short oversklrt of pointed Chantllly
lace falls from the waist line. Tho bodice
is made of tulle, and 'finished with a wide
girdle ot satin and a garland of rose
buds. Their hats will be made of pink
panne velvet, with narrow streamers
and a rose for the trimming. They will
carry arm bouquets of shaded pink
dahlias. The little flower girl will wear
a hand-embroidered lingerie frook, with
pink ribbons, and she will carry a gilt
basket filled with sweetheart roses.
Mrs. Elliot, mother of the bride, will
wear an elaborate gown of gray chiffon,
Will enable you to command a "salary" Instead et mere warts. Three
nights a week 'are all that are neceesary.
Telephone: Lombard 1MS-1MT
POSITIONS rOSTTTVELT GUARANTEED OR MONET REFUNDED
Day School. Night School. Enter any time.
E. Jf. Hull, A. M rd. D., President, Lafayette Bolldlnr, Philadelphia
After October 1st Fenn Mutual Building
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I VOUR SON
Are they both prepared to earn
their own living If necessary! Why
not enroll them at once (or a prac
tical business education at either
day or night school T
, 801.807 Chestnut St., Phils. ,
2SD & WALNUT STB.. OPENED SEPT. 50.
Course per term (SO wks.), 10 00. Algebra,
Art Needlework, Cooking, Drawmr, Dress
making, English. French, Geometry, German,
Italian, Latin, Mech. DraWg, Millinery, Plan
Read's A Esttmat'g, Spanish, Telegraphy, S7:
Business Arlth., 8 Architectural DraWg,
Banjo, B'k'p, Guitar, Mand'n, PaInt'E(Chlna,
Oil. watsr Color), Pen'shlp & Cor"pond., Pub.
School, Violin, t: Garment Cut'g, Sten'phy A
Typew'g, 110: Vocal Lessons, $12; Combined
Bookkeep'g, Btenography t Typewriting, I16J
Piano, Afternoon & Eve, Writ (or Catalog F.
STANDARD Y.M.C.A. COURSES
Save carfare. Evening School, Dormitory,
Expert Instructors, Individual Method. Swim
ming Pool, Gymnasium.
West Branch Y. M. O. A., Sid and Hansom.
North Branch Y. M. O. A., 1013 W. Lehigh.
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
1S0S Spruce Btreet. Open Bent. 2X
MAIN LINE BRANCH
Ardmore. Open September 27.
ELIZABETH niLLS LYMAN. Principal.
BTANLET It. TARNALL, Principal.
Palmer Business School
Shorthand, Typewriting, Bookkeeping, English,
day and night sessions. Send (or catalog.
Mercantile Library Bide., 10th above Chestnut,
THE KIRSCHOAUM School of Languages
lBti Chestnut bt, m'elghtman Hltlg.)
Estab. 1880. Uenno Klrschbaum, Principal.
MARY MKEVARD ROBERTS, US N. 1U st.
Elocution) Volcei day and evening classes.
JAMES V, WILLIS Tutor
(Euclid At. 1
Hahn School of Musto
1714 CHESTNUT STREET
WALTER ST. CLARE KNODLE
PIANO, ORGAN, (HNOING, THBORY
HTUDie, HH CHHeJTNUT trT.
VAN LEER, Tenor
Mala Tenor. Central Pan relational. Mrctklvn.
Cuacert, Oratorio, tfjsr Recital, Veea 00.
Obaaabsre-'WylU ScmmtMi :
Edwin A. Brill s:v
with rirametat beadeel eaatreWery
The house win be decorate
dahlias, and autumn foliage. A
formed of white dahlias and-Wilms WH
lead to the drawing- room, where a jMe
dleu has been erected of the (lowers ant
ronage, a large reception -will MMfW,
from 7 until o'clock, after whlefc Mr.
and Mrs. Fehling- will leave for their
wedding trip, and on their retura wltt
occupy apartments in the Aloaaar, eMt
and Walnut streets.
Itaotntr eathusiasts and howeaea la
general are delighted with the emtnc
program offered by the Iteta Tree Hwat
Club. The annual races wHt be heM o
Ootober 27, and 80 entries are estpeeted
from all over the surrotmdlBcr oantfM.
Mr. Samuel D, Riddle, presMent t ten
Club, will entertain at dinner, and as tMs
Is a somewhat esetaatro affair, there is
some eagerness In evidence aa to who
Camden and Vicinity
Mrs. IB, M. Jones, of Wilmington, N.
C, is being entertained by Mrs. P. A.
Kearney, at Arcadia, Laurel Springe. N.
J., the summer home ot the Daughters
of Columbus. ,
Mrs. Charles Htllman Is again at her
Haddonfleld home after summering in her
bungalow at Pocono Pines, Pa,
Mr. William Early and family have re
turned to their Merchantvllle home after
staying at Cape May.
Mr. and Mrs. Wynn Armstrong and
daughter have returned to their, home at
Merchantvllle from Ocean City.
Mrs. James Coulter and son and grand
daughter closed their summer home ,at
Ocean Cltr Gardens Monday and "motored
to their home at E23 Penn street. Her
daughter, Mrs. Charles Fox, has -returned
to her homo In Germantown.
BRYN MAWR HORSE SHOW
October 1 and 2
Best and Largest .
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
Wharton School of Finance) sumT
OFFERS EVENING COURSES
Accounting and Commercial Lmm
Real Eitate and Inwuranee
Advertising and Selling
Finance and anhlng
Registration evenings, except. Saturday, 7 to
J. Sept. IS to 24. Sessions begin Sept. 94.
Logan Hail, seth and Woodland are.
SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION
AND DRAMATIC ART
Elizabeth Lavender Schreiner
1714 CHESTNUT BTREET
At Studio dally, 11 to 3. Phone Spruce 2477,
or write (or booklet.
EMILIE KRIDER NORRIS
Oral expression, stage art, story-telling. Ftenok
a American method. Day A eve. 1714 ChestaW.
WALNUT LANE SCHOOL V
282 -W. WALNUT LANE. GERMANTOWN'.
Strong, General Course, Domestic Soleaoo
Dept. Boarding Dept. opens Sept. 28th, Day
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