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jrfAWR HORSE SHOW
Suburbanites Returning Homo
From Various Resorts to
Attend Sir, Horso
WITH tho opening- of tho Horso Show
en MondMmt Bryn Muwr the eociM
Mason will coma Into being, and persons
from tho Maine resorts and other points
ot Interest In New England, from moun
tains In New York and from lowlands in
ww Jersey are hastening home, Impelled
thereto by the delightful weather as welt.
All the boxes at the show have been
t.Ven and from the present outlook the
iXwwItl be ft most brilliant affair so
JiSlv The boxholdera Include Mr. J. N.
niVMr. A W Atkinson, Mr. John n.
?toll, Mr and Mrs. Charles A. Munn,
it who will entertain during the show
it" luncheon on several days; Mr. and
m Samuel Curwen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
TUnrkla Mill. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Van Rensselaer. Mf. and Mrs. William
ir Wilbur, Mr. William du Tont, Mr.
William A Lleber. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
n RlodleVMr. and Mrs. Robert E. Straw
Sriiee Mr. and Mrs. "William Townsend
Wriiht. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Antelo Dever
Inr. Mr and Mrs. Charles F. Da Costa,
MrVnd Mrs. Victor C Mother, Mr. and
Mm. Clarence- W Dolan. Mr. and Mrs.
John Hampton Barries, Mr. and Mrs. W
riunkett Stewart, Mrs. B. Frank Clyde,
mm Charles 'Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis,
JL Rller, Mr. and Mrs. "W. W. Atterbury.
Mr and Mrs. Alexander Brown Coxe. Mr.
and Mrs. Charlton Ynrnall. Mr. and Mrs.
rhsrles B. Coxe, Mr. and Mrs. William J.
clothier, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac H. Clothier.
51 Dr and Mrs. George Fnlcs Baker. Mr.
' .r,d Mrs. Wlkort Smith. Mr. Frank Gra
Sm Thomson. Mr. William Wanamaker,
Sr Mr and Mrs. Albert llosenthal. Mr.
and Mrs. Geurge H Earle, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs John It. Valentino. Mr. and Mrs.
annuel Vauelaln. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert
Kelto Caasatt. MrB. George D. Wldener.
vr and Mrs Kdward F. Beale. Dr. and
Mrj. Thomas O. Ashton, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward T. Stotcsbury, Captain and Mrs.
Edward B. Caasatt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
SeVltt Cujler. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.
Montgomery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas. Mc
Keanj Mr and Mrs. Archibald Barklle.
Mr and Mrs. ueorge v. v-mius uiti,
Mr' nd Mrs. C. Howard Clark, Jr.. Mr.
'Sid Mrs. Herbert Lloyd, Mrs. J. Harrison
. JgUith sirs. Mahlon Hutchinson, Mr. and
HHrs Edwin II. Utter, air. ana iurn. . u.
fjtosengartcn and Mrs. C. T. Werwag.
Miss Carol Harrlman, of New Tork, will
be one of the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John
n, Valentine, of Bryn Mawr. during horse
show week. Miss Harrlman Is one of the
few women masters of fox hounds in this
tountry. With John R. Townsend, she Is
master of the Glen Arden Hunt, Harrl
man. N. Y. Miss Harrlman will show
most of her horses In the oval herself.
I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas, of Mld-
dleburg, Va., and Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Bands, of the same place, will be among
M" the guests at tho show. Mr, Sands Is
master of the Piedmont ueagles ana Mr.
Thomas of the Mlddteburg Hounds.
." Mr. and Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark and
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sklddy von Stade, of
New York, will be guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Antelo Devereux.
' Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Barklle. of
Inver House, Wayne, will entertain Mr.
-and Mrs Butler Duncan, of New York,
next week as their guests during the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williamson, of 2303
Spruce street, announce tho engagement
of their daughter, Miss Marie Louise
Williamson, to Mr. C. Colkct Wilson, Jr.,
on of Mr. and Mrs. C. Colket Wilson, ot
'Miss Williamson made her debut two
seasons ago and la a member of the
younger set. Mr. Wilson Is a graduate
of class of 19H, University of Pennsyl
vania. Announcements have been received
.frpmiSIr. Benjamin Francis Dawson ot
the marriage of his sister. Miss Julia
Douglas Gallatin Dawson, to Mr. Armltt
Brown, of this city, on Wednesday, Sep
tember 22. at All Saints' Church, Carmel-by-the-Sea,
The Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club
will hold Its first meeting on the after
noon cf Thursday. October 14, at the
Bttnton Country Club. A dinner and
dwee will follow In the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willing, who have
been at Chelsea during the summer, will
move next week Into their home at 2016
De Lancey place. -
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Clark, ot
Cedron, Indian Queen lane, Germantown,
Pa,, have returned to their country resi
dence at Manchester, Vt,, where they
will remain till late In the fall. Mr. and
Mrs! Clark have as their mi eats this week
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rich Wallace, of
Plttineld, Mass. Mrs. Wallace will be
remembered as Miss Anna Sharpless Tay
lor, of Germantown, before her marriage
Along the Main Line
OVERBROOK-Mr. and Mrs. Irvln T.
Relter. with their son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Attmore Prixer, Jr.,
have closed their cottage at Chelsea and
hve returned to their, home, 6336 Ovor
brook avenue. Mr. nnd Mrs. Relter re
cently spent several weeks touring
through New Encland by motor with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Daniels.
Miss Elisabeth Wills Mencke, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Mencke, of
Jl Sherwood road, will entertain Miss
Lillian Ward Hall as her guest over the
Mf, and Mrs. Alexander IC McCullagh,
no spent the summer at their cottage
on Beach avenue, Cape May, are expect
1 to return to their home, 8308 Drexel
ARDMORB.-Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G
Bingham, of 34 Simpson road, have re
wind from Cape May, where they spent
" nd Mrs. William Weaver Lukens
ana their children, Miss Frances Wether
"! Lukens, Miss Isabel Broomfleld Lu
Kens, Master Charles Lukens, Master
Alexander Lukens and Master William
.5vr. lukens, Jr., of 128 Edgewood
Ja. stopped at Jamestown for a few
M.rion thelr way homo ttom Bouthwest
til r wher th"y had been spending
HuJtYN "MTR - Mr. William Henry
m, . "J. M?'rl avenue, Is entertaining
rar. and Mrs. Brown, of Annapolis, Md.,
na Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Farnham Greene,
lead' vCrieton Brown, of 837 Roberts
stonM. M ,r'iUrnert from Europe and is
PPlng at Edgewood Inn.
Along the Rearjing
J- J. M., Hunsberger, of Ashbourne,
spending this week at Atlantic
Y B,nai,r1- Jl Hwbrt Ervlen.'of Old
Tl .rBa . Jenktatown. have returned
C2rJl22i. tlanHo ctly where they have
4lng the part, two weeks.
ujfc " Mrs. W, McDonald Jowell and
fo ?Av 8mt "cdenald Pawall.
J'J'W been sheading some time
Hr .8 ot Mn Swell's family.
S. r. Frapk Bchoble, at their
CfciZTill .n O"nwood avenua and
hM I. Sirt,j Wy nt-f returned to their
, In liOniclalr, this week,.
avJi1?. VT'lnl fc'eHero". of Wyoming
Tlk'J't!xtl' witertalned Mrs. Julius
MlrS?" Araoog those present wei
CS "" 8wltli. Miss Ethel HsJdwton.
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WEDDINGS IN GERMANTOWN
AND ON MAIN LINE TQDAY
Miss Dorothy Fisher Newhall and Miss ' Theodatc
Baily to Be Saturday Brides Many Other
Weddings to Take Place
NE of the Interesting early autumn
weddings will bo that ot Miss Doro
thy Fisher Newhall, daughter ot Mrs.
Robert Stuart Newhall, of 7342 Rural lane,
and Mr. George Rhyfedd Foulkc, which
will take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock
in Calvary Protestant Episcopal Church.
The ceremony will be performed .by the
Rev. James De'Wolf Perry. Miss. New.
hall will have no attendants. She will
wear a gown of white net over satin.
Her tullo veil will be edged with orange
blossoms and she will carry a shower
bouquet of lilies of tho valley. Mr. Foulke
will have Mr. Thomas Reath, Jr., as best
man. and the ushers will include Mr.
William W. Plller, Mr. Ernest B. Cozens,
Mr. William Bayard Foulkc, a brother of
the bridegroom; Mr. E. Paul du Pont,
Mr. R. Elllcott Thompson, Mr. Edward F.
R. Wood and Mr. William Butler- Wlndle.
of West Chester, Pa. A reception for the
two families and Intimate friends will fol
low the ceremony at the bride's home.
After an extended wedding Journey, Mr.
and Mrs. Foulke will be at hdme after
October IB at Pcnnsgrovo, N. J.i
The marriage of Miss Thcodate L.
Bally, daughter of Mr. Frederick L. Bally,
to' Mr. J. Lloyd Coates, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. William M. Coates, took place today
at noon In the Church ot the Redeemer
at Bryn Mawr. The bride, who was givon
in marriage by her father, was gowned
in lustrous Ivory whlto satin veiled In
tulle and with a court train. Dainty
waxen flowers formed a unique trimming
on the veil. She carried a loose, round
bouquet of lilies of the valley and gar
denias. Miss Edith Houston Bally, the
bride s sister, who was maid or honor,
wore a charming frock of pink taffeta,
which was veiled In blue tulle, and a
large picture hat ot black net trimmed
with blue tulle. She carried an arm bou
quet of pink dqhllas and blue snap
dragons. The bridesmaids were Miss Alberta, W.
Brlnton. Miss Henriotta B. Ely, Miss
Emily W. Slnkler, of Charleston, S. C,
and Mrs. Theodore Mitchell Hastings.
They wore picturesque gowns of pink
talTeta trimmed with blue tullo and hats
of pink net with black velvet croivns.
They carried pink dahlias and blue lark
spur. The little flower girls, Miss Con
way Clark and Miss Eleanor Clark,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lin
coln Clark, wore quaint little lingerie
frocks and carried old-fashioned baskets
filled with rose petals.
A nephew of the bride, Theodore Mitch
ell Hastings, Jr., and the bridegroom's
nephew, Lloyd Morris Coates, acted as
ribbon bearers. The best man was Mr,
Harry C. Potter, Jr., and the ushers In
cluded Mr, Fisher Corlles Bally, Mr. Al
fred M. Collins, Mr, Aubrey Huston, Mr.
Lloyd Penlston Jones, Mr, Malcolm S.
Huey and Mr. Henry H. Derr, of Wllkes
Barre. The chancel of the church was
beautlfuly decorated with palms, autumn
foliage and flowers, the predominating
shade being pink. Following tho cere
mony a reception was held at Cl&verton,
the home of the bride's father, at Ard
more. Mr. and Mrs. Coates after a wedding
trip will" live at Buttonwood, Ardmore.
A quiet but pretty home wedding will
take place thts afternoon, at 4 o'clock,
when Miss Emily B. White, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. George P. White, becomes
the bride of Dr. Charles A. Sweet, of
Yonkers-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. The cere
mony, which will tako place at the home
of the bride's parents. 4M0 Windsor ave
nue, will be pewormea Dy ins w
Charles W. Shrelner, rector of tho Church
of the Atonement, 47th street and King
seising avenue, '
The bride, who will be given In mar
rlago by her father, will wear a gown of
lustrous ivory whlto satin, veiled In nimy
tulle, and her long tulle veil will be held
to tha head by orange blossoms, she
will carry a shower bouquet of brldo
roses ar.d lilies of the valley.
The maid ot honor, Miss Katherlne
White, the bride's sister, will be her sole
attendant. Miss White will wear a dainty
little frock of shaded tulle pycr satin and
Will carry a huge arm bouquet of bronso
snapdragons. Doctor Sweet's brother, Mr,
William L. Sweet, will act as best man.
The ceremony will be followed by a very
Ni.Hrea for the Bodetf page wtH be
att'ejtted sad printed hi the Kicelng
T.fdseV. but H auth notices nutt be
written en on atde of the paper, must be
signed to fttH, wHh fait adilres, and
uhtn potaMile telephou Dumber suust be
Neiwl H sucli tsniMimtssttlana to
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IN HORSE SHOW
small reception, at which only the im
mediate families and a tow Intimate
friends will bo present. Doctor and Mrs.
Sweet will llvs In Yonkers, where they
will be at home after Jnnuary 1,
The marriage of Miss Lillian Banhke
and Mr. William Drakely wafsolemnlzed
on Wednesday morning at the Church
of the Gesu. The Rev. Father SplllRne,
S. J officiated and said the nuptial Mass.
The brldo wore a beautiful gown of white
tullo over tnlTcta and a tulle veil with
orango blossoms. She carried a large
bouquet of white roses and lilies ot the
The bride was given In marriage by her
uncle, Mr. Lewis Rungle, and was at
tended by Miss Anna Drakely as brides
maid. Mr. Aloyslua Drakely was best
man. Mr. and Mrs. Drakely loft on
Wednesday for Atlantic City, and will be
at home after October 15. at 1204 North
The marriage of Miss Mary Pemberton
Glnther, a talented young portrait paint
er, writer and illustrator, and Mr. Willis
Atkinson Hcylfcr will take place today
at the home of Miss Glnther's sister, Mrs.
Francis Shapley Glnther, 214 South 45th
street. MUb Glnther Is well known In
this city and Buckingham. Mr. Heyler Is
an architect and builder of Buckingham,
Bucks County, Pa.
The marriage of Miss Anna Myrtle Da
vis, formerly of Diamond Rock, Pa., now
of 4i31 North 13th street, and Mr. Walter
Hasleln, a well-known athlete of this city,
took place yesterday at Trinity Presby
terian Church. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. B. B. Wallace. A re
ception followed the ceremony at the
bride's home, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Hasleln left for a trip to New England.
Mrs. Ell Kirk Price has returned from
Winter Hnrbor, Me. Mr. Price and Philip
Prlco are returning on their yacht
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Wolcott Henry
and the Misses Gertrude and Ellzaboth
Henry, who spent tho summer at Orchard
Farm, their place at Rockport, Me., will
return to Stonehurst on Wednesday, Sep
Mrs. William Byrd Page and her daugh
ter. Miss Isabel Wurts Page, of 100 High
land avenue, have gone to Fronch Lick
Springe, Ind where they will remain
until the middle of October.
Miss Paulina Davis Bowie, Is the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Tatnall Lea at Char
Miss nuth Poulson, of 15th and Whar
ton streets, has returned from a lengthy
stay in Atlantlo City.
Mr. Levin Ilopklns, of 2303 South 18th
street, will spend two weeks down In
Sussex County, Delaware.
Dr. James Irwin and family, of 2019
South Broad street, have left for San
Francisco, to attend the ranama-Paclflo
Exposition. They will return in October.
Mr. Harry T. neynolds and family, of
Broad and Snyder avenue, have returned
after spending the summer at their cot
tage In Chelsea,
Mr. Frank H. Tuft and family, of a0
South Broad street, are home after clos
ing their cottage at Chelsea.'
Mrs. Grace B, Holt has returned to her
home in Santa Anna, Cal., after a seven
weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. vj, -McGovern, at 2314 Fltswater street.
Invitations havo been issued for the
marriage of Miss Anna It. CafTrey. of
2341 South 17th street, and Mr. Thomas
II ( Adams on October C at St. Monica's
Chuich, I7th and lUtner streets,
Mr, and Mrs. W. U A, Strawbridge left
yesterday- morning for an extended trip
to Baltimore. Washington and tho South.
Suffrage Events Today
EQUAl, CHANCHIHE SOCIETr.
tOQ l. m. Meeting: on lha Court timu
pmia. fiwaker, MI.)ortlia Sapoilts.
9, P- nvUtpfUng at Kensington aeou
and Ontario street Mjieaker. Utorge O. Small
WOMAN 8Umuai5 I'ARTr
H H ni -Meeting at Broad street and Fair
alMr:."viaIS,,g,' Mf- J a WU"
8 p. tn. Meeting at BW street and Haterford
ajaiioe. gptak.i.. Mm. Jlarlon .llplmaa and
Mm, h. D, flilglth,
8 P Oi.-M.eetlng at Uroad sod Rockland
streams. Speakera. ., WMaw Albert Wood
ad A. U. Olmsted,
jo d. in. stem
P pv- MecUoff t M1q nd eUvtrinr
8jsa , Mia C. Sialay 4 Jfemual Moysnoau,
p rwMt mwmmu wi a. m
Many Novelties From the
"Other Side" to Bo on Sale
at Country Fair
THE little French 1)ooth which will be
under the direction of Mrs. A. N.
Burke, ot Merlon, promises to be one of
tho most delightful surprises at tho
alphabetical country fair nnd market day
to take place Saturday, October 2, on tho
grounds ot St. Francis' Country House
for Convalescents, Darby.
The following well-known women nnd
young girls, Mrs. William Penn Cam
bios, Mrs. William J. Ryan, Mrs. Fred
erick Mencke, Mrs. "N. Faust, Mrs M. J.
O'Meara, Miss Kathleen Delaney, Miss
Alice Atherlon, Miss Mario Camblos, Miss
Mary Dohan, Miss Mnry Harrlty, Miss
Marie Loughney, Miss Mary Kelly, Miss
Ida, Pequlgnot and Miss Adelaide Pyle,
havo been working hard for the last
wcoks to help Mrs. Burke make the
French booth, over which she has given
such thoughtful care nnd attention, tho
success that it wilt undoubtedly be. And
why should It not be, for has not every
nook and comer from Paris to Philadel
phia been searched to find the most ex
quisite and the newest Parisian novel
ties? The most Interesting ot the Parisian
fancies to bo found at this little French
booth will be the collection of wax mani
kins, dressed In the costumes of the
first and second empires, 'Louis XV pe
riod, as well as Alsatlnns of various
periods. These wonderful creations, nil
coming from the hands ot the great de
signers, Mogrntno ot La Croix, are In
deed worth seeing by every visitor at the
fair. Every dotall of the dress of the
various periods has been faithfully car
ried out, from nn exquisite Mario An
toinette costume to a llttlo Alsatian maid
of the 14th century, dressed In red frock
with black apron nnd headdress, to tho
wonderful lines of a costume of the first
empire. And standing nenr to these wax
ladle, with their kid legs and sllppeis, ,
mil uo iuuiiu lime uoiis representing jiub
slan, French and other soldiers, Includ
ing ono dressed as a French Zouave.
An Interesting feature of these soldier
dolls Is the fact that they were pur
chased this summer In Paris at a bazaar
In aid of the war victims. Wonderful
little favors. Including nn old Belgian
woman and a Parisian lady In blue velvot
nnd pink rosebuds, nre other novelties
that wero bought by one of Mrs. Burko's
friend nt this samo bazaar.
Novel telephone covers to slip over tho
Instrument In milady's boudoir will bo
other surprises nt tho French booth.
These covers nre formed to represent a
Parisian lady with hoop sltlrt ot blue,
pink or green satin, fashioned In such
a manner that a little door by which to
slip In tho telephone la hid by means of
the soft draperies of tho skirt.
All kinds of the loveliest of French per
fumes and powders have been donntcd
to Mrs. Burke by a leading French house,
and se era! of the English nnd French
talcum powders have never before been
sold In America. But the above Items
can only give a gllmpso of the beauti
ful things to be found at this booth, all
of which articles will be on exhibition
nt Mrs. Burke's Merlon home until Fri
day, so that the residents around the
countryside may have an opportunity to
view thr(n treasures. And then there
will be beautiful linens, including lunch
con sets, bureau scarfs and lovely French
Freedom Party Gjven in Honor
"of Mr. Samuel Gross Vari
ASUIIPIUSB party was given In honor
of Mr. Samuel Gross on the occasion
of his 21st birthday at his home, 2019
South 5th street, last week by Miss Lcona
D. Freedberg. Among those present were
Miss Frances Kates, Miss Adcla Weln
traub. Miss Oxman, Miss Beba Cohen,
Miss Bertha Smith, Miss Rose Smith, Miss
Beba Yumpolsky, Miss Sara Otto, Misses
B. and Y. Ginsberg, Miss Sara Goldberg,
Misses S. and It. Gross, Mr. Moe Selgel,
Mr. D, Selgel, Mr. Wasserman, Mr.'Stlger,
Mr. Lessner, Mr. Ginsberg, Mr. Collins,
Mr. Meyer, Mr. Jack, Mr. Tucker, Mr. and
Mrs. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Garber.
The feature of the entertainment was
Mr. Collins' and Miss Beba Yumpolsky's
and Miss S. Gross' singing.
Dr. Israel Bender entertained at his
home, 813 South 3d street, in honor of his
sister, .Mrs. D. A. Malker and his nephew,
Alexander Malker. of Detroit, Mich. The
guests were entertained by a musical and
Among those present were Dr. M. S.
Shapiro, Dr. and Mrs. A. A, Flngles and
daughter, Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Skversky
nnd their son, Mr. I. I Wolf, Dr. Ell
Bortln, Miss Lena Smolin and Diana
Smolln, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Samuel,
Misses Florence and Sylvia Samuels,
'Misses Esther and Sarah Dobkln, Miss
Ida Snyder, Mrs. F, Colder, Miss It.
Goldman, ot Wilmington, Del.; Mr. and
'Mrs. Samuel Chlnkln, Mr. Joseph E.
Becker and Mr. Maurice Losch.
A Burner and dance was given last
night by the members of Our I.ady ot
the Rosary T. A. B. baseball team. Tho
affair was a great success.
Among the aides were Miss Grace
Moouey, Miss Anna Mooney, Miss Helen
Mooney, Miss Knthryn Jocken, Miss Eliz
abeth Jocken, Miss Mary Tralnor, Miss
Kathryn Hassan, Miss Anna O'Brien and
Miss Eleanor Gerhard.
The chapcrones were Mrs. John Mooney
and Mrs. Nicholas Mooney, Mrs. Herbert
Jocken, Mrs, J, Brennan and Mrs. II.
On Wednesday evening Mr. Lawrence
Gettlngs entertained at the second social
evening of the IC K. Klub at the home
of Mrs. L. Gettlngs, SOU Wharton street.
The decorations were pink and green,
After a short musicals tho guests were
served with a chocolate luncheon. Those
present Included Mr, and Mrs. L. Get
tlngs, Mr. and Mrs, George Craig, Mrs.
E. O'Connor, Miss Blanche Chapman,
Miss Mary Wardell, Miss Jennie Warren,
Miss Emma Peterson, Miss Helen O'Con
nor and Miss Ada Evans, Mr. Fred
Schauffele, Mr. George Moore, Mr. David
Dumlgan end Mr. Paul Gettlngs. After
luncheon Mr. Dumlgan entertained the
guests with several violin solos, as did
Miss Evans with several soprano solos,
accompanied at the piano by Mr. Get
tlngs. Camden and Vicinity
Mrs. Mary Knight Vredenburgh and
small daughter are again with her father,
Mr. Harry M. Knight, at W. Linden
Mrs. I. II. Llppincott. of North 7th
street, Is visiting Iter, old home at Balti
more, The Misses Hurley, of West Ceilings
wood, have gone to Torresdale, Pa., to
BRYN MAWR HORSE SHOW
OoiW 1 Ml?1
Midshipman Edgar F Mat-boufg. C S.
N., who has been the guest of his aunt,
Mrs. Thomas M Browning, of 4IIS Wal
nut street, mil Isavo for Annapolis to
morrow Mrs. Browning wilt entertain In
formally In honor of her nephew this
evening at her home.
Mrs. Wilbur Wright Stewart, who spent
the summer In Chelsea, hns reopened her
nparlmcnt nt the Greyitone, 4th nnd
Walnut streets, for the winter.
Mlts Mary I. Nelson nnd Miss Vera Cur
lln, of S3d nnd Walnut stfeets, havo re
turned home from Pine Beaoh.
Mr. nnd Mrs .1. Cravls, of 48SO Walnut
street. Informally entertained Inst evening
Miss Helen M: Mllnamow, Mies Ella M.
O'Kane, Miss Bessie A. Flynn, Mr.
Charles McCormlok, Mr. Thomns J.
Holmes, Mr. John J. Dean nnd Mr. Jo
Mian Adcle Le Fcvre, of New Britain,
l'a.. Is visiting her cousin, Miss Dorothy
McEnen, of Hi North 32d street
Miss Sarah Kolsky, of C02I Chestnut
i r.tiir tii.
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" A GOOD SCHOOL
for vou. Established 30 years. Benn Pitman
Shorthand Double Entry Bookkeeping. Touch
Typewriting. O teacher Palmer Method Pen
manship. Day and night sessions. Now open.
Send for catalog now.
PALMER BUSINESS SCHOOL.
Mercantlla Library Bldg , 10th above Chestnut.
STANDARD Y.M.C.A. COURSES
Save carfate. Evening School, Dormitory,
Eipert Instructors, individual Method, Swim.
mine Pool, Gymnasium.
West Branch Y. M. C. A., 62d and Fansom.
North Branch Y. M. C. A.. t013 W. lhlh.
HrANISH FRENCH ITALIAN OK.KMAN
Most rapid ot conversational methods. Grad
uato and competent native teachers. Also
The Terhnlcnl Teachers Translators Assn.
030-31 IVrry Illdir. Telephono Spruce 423S.
MISS HILLS' SCHOOL
1808 Spruce btreet. Opens Kept. 22.
.MAIN LINK IlltANCH
Ardmore. Opens September 27.
ELIZABETH IIILZ,S LYMAN. Principal
C-L-.l OrENS 0 MO. 21ST
OCnOOl AT 8:45 A. M.
RTANLEY It. YAIINALL. Principal.
TLe William Penn Charter Sckool
EIGHT bOUTII TWELFTH STBEET
227th Year Opens September 28th
JAMES V. WH.1J8 Tutors
f Euclid At.
Walter St. Clare Knodle
Organist St, Tout's Church. Chestnut Hill,
and Congregation Itodepli Shalom
Announces the Opening of
His New Studio
1716 Chestnut Street
PIANO ORGAN SINGING THEORY
3pUUjftU!iC and girt
of twintyseven eminent and experl-
,nC5 "NORTH BltOA,, 'STREET
Branch, Bulle tOO
Presser Building, ml Chestnut St.
Bend tor Ulmtratert catalogue
Royal Conservatoire, Brussels
Graduate of Louis Wolff, Caesar
Thompson and Carl Elesch.
Has removed his studio to
1608 Pine Street, Philadelphia
and will resuma teaching October 1st.
E C K W E R ' S
F'hii&delpUa Musical Acsdsmy
181T Bpruce fit. Ith seaaon opens
R.Dt. aHh. Branches ni German-
inwB J.V., w h. w w-. ---
T . . ,.. hmltV PPM
10 S. 1BTH
3 W P1
VM. J. BOEHM, Mus. Bac.
Onanist Chamuers-Wylla Memorial.
Btudlosi 141S No. 18th at., and the Church.
F. EDMUND EDMUNDS
VOICK (ITALIAN MKTHUUf
1714 Chestnut Street
Phone 783 T
SUSUBKK 1'HILA. OHCHESTKA
Studios, lu 8o. isth at. R8U 8o. Olstst.
Y. M. C, A. School of Music
aod Special Courses forTjuylrera. Open day and
Jr.ni,Kr?lJoderatefea. CaUlog lttlArchSU
men. women, cniiarso. am urvo
ALKX, VW Honwiie. JBaieyHJsa.
street Is spending tho weekend at
Moorestown, an the guest of Miss Eleanor
Davis, daughter ot Mr and Mrs. George
Mr Harold Muschnmp. ot 233 North
Robinson street, hns returned from a
most enjoyable trip to the ranama-Ra-olflc
Exposition and various places along
tho Pacific coast.
A charity block party will be given on
Cntlowhlll street between 61st street and
Robins oil street Friday nnd Saturday eve
nlngs, October 1 and 2. Novel booths
will be r feature of the evenings.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Carroll, of 1T0S Glrard
avenue, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Marguerite Josephine Car
roll, to Mr. Lee J. Dlebold.
Mrs. Margaret Ahearn will entertain
this evening at hor home, 2S34 North SGth
street, In honor of Miss Knthryn A.
Naulty, daughter of Mr and Mrs. P. P.
Naulty, ot 1831 North 28th street, whose
engagement to her son, Mr. Daniel
Ahearn, hns recently been announced.
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Every phase of modern pub
licity and its relation to sales
manship taught by experienced
specialists. Practical work given
students in this course.
Ash for Catalog T-30.
I'honr Illnmond 0.11.
JL Broad St. below Berks JpL
THE GORDON SCHOOL
4J12 SPRUCE ST. Mary .amberton, A. B.
Bryn llawr). Prtn. Thorough Instruction to
girls & small boi a. Certificates admit to Smith.
Vassar, Wellesley. Gymnasium; 2d door Root
Oarden. Principal at school every day between
9 & 12, reopens Sept. 23. Catalog on application.
The Phillips Brooks School
Boya' school, opposlto Clark Park. Athletic
field odj'ng bldg. Large full-equipped m
naslum. Experienced teacherw. Year Book.
Howard S. Eltael. lldln. 4224 Baltimore ave.
PREPARATION FOR ANY COLLEGE. ANY
BROAD AND CHERRY STREETS
THE HOI.MAN SCHOOL, 2S0I WALNUT ST.
From Montessorl through College Prepara
tory. General course emphasised. Strong Do
mestic Science course. Outdoor clasarooms.
Special attention to small boya and clrla
J. E. SAINT-SEINE, B.A..LL.B.
Latin and Greek. Classics. Comparative llt
erature. U31 Perry Bldg. Tel. Spruce 4238.
COth and Glrard avs.
Ouslness courses that win busl
Day 12.00: Night 14 00
SPRING GARDEN INSTITUTE, PHILA.
ART MECHANICS ELECTRICITY
Nlsht Schools Write for Booklet
" P-It-l-V-A-T-K l-N-N-T-K-U-C-T-I-O-N
Stenography, Bookkeeping, English Branches
331 Hale Building, 132U Chestnut Street
MAHER PREP. WITHEESPOON BLUoT
College, Law, Med. Day, Ev'g. Univ. Rat.
MAUY BEEVAKD ROBERTS. 118 X. 18th at.
Elocution: Volca; day at. evening classes.
L-ji 4feil nn rMd-
THE WILSON NORMAL SCHOOL OF
MUSIC AND LANGUAGES
ESTEY HALL, Walnut at 17th St.
Advanced pupils thoroughly in
structed in the ART OF TEACHING
and prepared for positions as teachers.
Special course in higher English.
THE SCHOOL OF PRACTICE
Accepts beginners at a nominal cost
and develops them carefully and with
out loss of time from the primary
through the advanced grades along
rhythmic, melodic methods.
CLASS & PRIVATE INSTRUCTION
APPOINTMENT BY LETTER
The William Hatton Green
SCHOOL OP riANOrXlHTIJ TLAYINO
CARRIE HEPBURN MATCIIIN
I'rogrrssli Merles of
AKT PUBLICATION SOCIETY
Special Normal Course fbr Teachers
Pupils prepared for Concert Performance.
1712.1714 Chestnut St.
Edw. Shippen Van Leer
TBXOR VOICU aviTVRB
Bolo Tenor, Central Congregational
CONCERT ORATORIO BONO RSCITAt,
8TUD10 FULLER BLDO.. 10 8. 16th UU
CONSERVATORY OF MCSIO. Adolpu Sau
der, Uir. SIS H. 4eth Ht. lilt Chestnut St.
Baring tVj W.
HAVE YOU HEARD
DR. ADAM GEIBEL
The famous blind composer, lecturer and en
tertalnert Descriptive booklet. 1018 Arch St.
Frederic Peakes abswants
VOCAL STUDIO, 10 8. ltlTH HT.
Teacher ot many tll-luiwn blngere
Hahn School ot Music
1714 CHESTNUT STREET
JAMES C. WARHURST
Voice, l'lano and Directing
15tO CIIEHTNUT 8TKEKT
zz. .'.- u.i.i.4 rk.,uk a .- u.i m.iTj.Tf
Btudlo. Etr MtUi, Wftlout t STtVlMe
KURTZ VOICE STUDIOS'
10 8. I8lh hi. Catalog a Hwiiisit
alton DOUGHERTY v aju,
K avwv-r WalnutatlTth
VIAN1ST' ACCOMI'ANI8T JNHimiCWOgi
AK?Hm KENNEDY Ttf" '
1714 CHIrSTNUT ST. 3111 CATMAaUKN tsT.
L. iSOpUvLMAN tm r nt
m xilttu voicjt.
avui jrucgiurwi' art.
Society In the vlcmhy itt trerrnantowti
and Chestnut J I 111 It InMsst! httcr-otl
In the Interclub lennU totfrMMMnt WM
Is taking place oh tho cwsrts ot the
Germantown Cricket Club' 4urHtg this
week. The debutante of thld season and
Inst Is either wielding tho racket or sit
ting on the side lines mufftM in Mg
woolly sweater and tarn, which wUmbs
Is both popular and becoming. 'Amnmt
those who arrive during the aftemocm
almost every day Is Mrs. Robert Lt, ot
Chestnut Hill, who wears a iMMirring
roso rough cloth vports suit, With short
skirt nnd Norfolk Jacket, and a small
velour hat of the snme shade. Mrs. Wil
liam B Kurts. Is nn enthusiastic devote
of the sport, as is her daughter. Mrs.
William Prlco Newhall Others nolo!
are Mrs, J Nelson Purvlaneo. Miss Mary
Coates, Miss Marlon SlmrpteM, Ml.-)'
Agnes Kennedy, Miss itolly Thayer,
Mrs. Felix du I'ont. Mrs. Charles Rogers',
Miss Daisy Tattersdcld, Mrs Boulton
Earnshaw, Miss Isabel Swain, Miss Harry
Valentine. Mlts Dorothy Dlsstoh, Mrs.
Robert Bolt. Miss Rebekah Elliot, Mrs.
C. B. Grace, Miss Alice Hawkins, Miss
Best and Lara-eat
Is dally opening tho door to success
for young men and women. Why not
l'oxltlons Positively Guaranteed
Telephone! Lomtinrd I2D0-1W7
filh and Chestnut Mreets
Alter October 1, Penn Mutual Bldg,,
Household Management ..
Cooking and Planning of Meats
Classes and Private Instruction
MISS MARGARET C. LIMERICK
116 S. 42D STREET
WALNUT LANK1 JSCHOOL
2S2 W. WALNUT LANE, GERMANTOWN'
Strong, General Course. Domestlo Sclen
Dept. Boarding Dept. opens Sept. 28th. De.
Dept. opens Sept. 28th.
on for hoys. Indlifldual cai
Collece preparation lor noya. Indljldual eart
promotion vy suDjeci. oupervisea aiaictios
ample equipment, healthful country life, Vv
catalogue or detailed Information address
A in HUH II, TOJIUNSON,
Headmaster. Swprthmore. Pa.
Special Preparation for Preliminary
Law Examinations ot Pennsylvania,
W. A. Hutchison, Headmaster, Carlisle, I'a.
SEND YOUR BOY TO
Nazareth Hall Military Sclnl.
Safest placo in America for him
Established In 1T83
Rev. S. S. Blum, P.P., PsK
SOUTUDETHLEHE.Vd'dSnl . M8
A aelect school for tlrl. Ci'S? preia1. 1''
finishing courses. Elective LoiJles Add-. Lady
N. Wyaot. ITln.. Box 2M. So. Uatulehgerald.
LEWlSBUnO, PA. lon'ia-
Bueknell Academy, college prep, fflt S?,1
full equip. In all depts. sJllliful '
BOIIBEXTOIVM, N. J.
BORDENTOWN MILITARY INSTITl logj
needs careful guidance In study and u
Healthful location, preparation for collesur
business. -Writ for catalogue. The Prlnqnca
BordentoK n-on.the-Delanaac N. J. j
t. 100; Sir Wm.
FREDERICK HAHW- aramouch,
nd up, ateepjo-
Fall Term Began iiM
' lr ftOCk
Unexcelled Artist lton aeiiing
coverinj; every branch of '?v,eJj,ld y2J
Special Courses in Opv, 'i3K -ActinR
and Esthedq Danc,,,
Call or U'rtle or Further raritci' '
1714 CHESTNUT ST.S
Organist and Director S
MAKER AND TEACHER OF HlNUlSHaJ M
BTUDIO 801, 1B20 CHESTNUT T, Jf
Phons Bpruce 4001 '
FELLOW AUBfllCAN OUILD OFOnOASttTt
"Recital one ot the finest yet girta la tkv
Auditorium." iiprtngHeld Republican.
Instruction In Organ, Plans, Tht
Ustry Hall, Residence. 1833 N. KedttrM f
KH CrtCKTHUT r
SAMUEL S. DUNK
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