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ETEisriiya ledger Philadelphia, Wednesday, December s, 1915.
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NANCY WYNNE ANTICIPATES
BIDDLE CONCERT WITH PLEASURE
jjje Annual Concert for the DreXel - Biddle Bible
Classes Will Be Held Tonight in the Bellevue-Stratford.
Mr. Wright td Entertain at Country Club
1 mrtNIOHTS the night! And tye will
T:.1. k. hnnd for the famous con-
"TrtMhtch Tony will glvofor his IMblo
Cert men i ii-irevue-SthUford.
t clMsM " i.i. ..i..nnrterfl will rally
SSJfcreM together and appear In the
IDcn ' i.--ilf. Anil nur
tintlrOOm 01 mm "u ,. - ---
-t linit will welcome nu iiu-
Lrl and sisters i.etween the
l MP ho Introduces the -foremost
i .Wrs" of their time.
P I think one of tho best things In tho
nole performance Is tho presence of
I. the memoers ui "- - -
I .Lit the room and the Kcncr.il sIiisIiib
I (Mill H"- . )l,n. nil nn
of .hymns wncn nv niw, .-... - . ....
before the audience two or three times
I - OtlOrU l MM..., ., thnv on
Murine the evening. - "" "- ""
to their seats ns Mrs. Willie Whclen
lines "Uuttcrfly" or "Dan" Donovan
elaborates in i he hlnh notes.
There Is no doubt about It, tho con.
' t )s t)P mrt unique affair given In
the annals of Philadelphia's social life,
nd even one wishes our Inimitable
Tony grout -urccss In all hl'i undertak
ings for wt ni ,l11 convinced, and
rightly so. f hi-, absolute sincerity.
Bo wo will " then' In crowds tonight.
Jlnry Diddle is iroliiff to sing, nnd I
am iiiilteiurl'ms to hear her, as "they
Bay" her oli" is i cully lovely, and It
trill be the llrst tlmts she has sung In
The puiper thing without doubt to
do, now, even If you have not an
nounced yom engagement Is, when tho
light are low In tho Opera house, steal
a sureptlt!ii kiss and hopo Hint no
1 one sees J ml'
The trouble was I did see them,
though the did not know It. and It
teemed a shame oven to laugh because
they were ho like tho proverbial
ostriches, only two weeks ano I pre
dicted thnt their engagement would
soon come out. Now I think It will
bo Hooncr, don't jou?
Of coulee it was peifectly natural
he lud to go leave her for it little
while, but of course, lie was "goltlg
to meet her later," so I guess they
ended up down at the Hltz for the
;suppo d'uu'o. Sho has tho most won
derful tl' ,n hair.
i;ic:inor Hopkins looked lovely last
night In a own of. canary yellow
trimmed with dark fur, Just as sho
came out of the box for the prome
nade an usher hnnilcd her a box of
flowers, and Mrs. Henry Hrlnton Coxo
and Sldnui Keith, who Blood by, were
teasing her with ohn and nhs!
Mrs. Stotcabury has changed her
hair back to her regular wny of wear-
. Inir It. and It Is much more becoming.
prShc looked stunning last night in
American beauty satin. Mrs. cnarlio
' Wright was marvclously gowned, as
'usual, In Persian Roso with traceries
of tller, according; to Hurton Donnel
Uujhcs. Mrs. I-'rancis Lloyd, who was
Mary Lowell, of Hoston, was wonder
ful. Sho does wear such benutlful
gonna. Last night sho was In tho
Converse box with Mrs. Converse and
tho Tom Ridgwayu. Her frock was
of white luce and crimson, and sho
"woro gold earrings, which wero ex
if Thn Utitiknn unrtv fnr Airnes Allen
was lots of fun. There wero twenty
of tho gills and boys. They went to
eo Gab Deslys und then afterward
to the supper danco at tho Kltz.
Tho girls in tho party wero Hachel
4 Fitter. Heth Scott, Agnes Smyth,
1 Eleanor Vogcls, Helen Glenson. Julia
'Hainp, EBther Bochman, Donlso Mer-
cur and Louise Cirey, and tho men In
the crowd wero John Mears, Bort
Houisel. Clayton McElroy. Nookslo
Fotterall, Brooko Kdwards, Ted Gleth-
erton, Alfred Barton, Alfred Norrls,
Bill Davis and Matts Merqur.
" A gay llttlo party that nttended the
theatre last night and finished up with
upper nt IAlglon Included Mrs.
William Coleman Freeman, Evplyn
Chew, Tom Evans and Roddy Wlster.
An affair which will occupy the buds
this evening will bo the dance Sydney
Wright will give for Eleanor Pepper
and Frances Scott out at the Philadel
phia Country Club.
There will bo some of last year's girls
at the affair. Eleanor and Frances are
cousins and are In several cases Bhar
tng their good times. Eleanor Is larger
. than her slater Adeline, with rather
f golden hair which Is naturally curly.
'iBhe has a rlMlcrhifiillv frpsh romnlexlon
I and very pretty manners. Frances Is
equully attractive, and they are such
soon mends. Mrs, Scott is airs, ueorge
fVnmtoii Pepper's sister. I saw Fran
ces receiving at a tea last week, and
he had thu d rarest dress on. It was of
Jlt piiik and just a cloud of tulle
Hh the tamtest tracery of-sllver.
Th debs -7ho will go to the dlnner
dsnte tonight will be Molly Thayer,
Freda Lewis, Annie Merrick, Sarah and
Murgaietta Myers, Martha McAllister,
Baibara Benson, Marie Wright, Mar
garet Remok, Marian Grant, Bessie
Downs, Sarah Nellson, Eleanor Cuyler
and Mariana Gowen.
The other girls will be Adeline Pep
per. Gertrude Hanley, Gertrude Heck
her, Marlon Myers, Marmot Scull,
Busle Ingersoll and Cornelia Leidy,
I was sj pleased at a little romance In
hleh the perpetrators were utterly
unconscious of being detected, though,
after all, detection is not the word, for
f IU bo a pretty little romance. The
Hainan la a foreigner, tall and dark and
wy good looking, and the girl, who
came out several seasons aiso. Is petite
t ana of a brunette type, with soft brown
p?'r and large, very trustful brown
There Is the dearest tearoom on ope
til ?,S DB. PAN8B-0Wnln R;p
AinJ, ,J5 u Broad street.
P i, SCHOOLS AND COL1EQES
lrYER'S Bt BuslBtM School.
S0J-S07 Cbtitaut StrMC.
of our side streets, ntul only n few peo.
pie havo found It out. and It Is here
that they drop In now and ngnln for ton
nnd -a gossip. NANCY WYNNE.
Mrs. Henry Sharpies, of Laburnums,
Church ronil, Chclten HUH. accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. Robert SturRlg,
has dosed her count ly residence and
1ms left for Now York where sho will
spend the winter Mis. Sturnls will be
nt home lliformnlty eeiy Friday after
noon throuch tho winter months at her
residence. 152 Knst 3Slh street. New York
Sir. nnd Mrs. Cli.irlc.t V. Beck, Jr., tit
Wyncote, have Issued Invllntlons for a
dance In honol of tliclr daughter. Miss
Julia Beck, on the evening of Wednesday,
December r?, at S:30 o'clock
Miss Esther Binary Hnrc, who has been
visiting In WnshliiKton, has returned to
her home In Radnor.
Mrs. Alexmder J. Cnsntt Is spending n
thort time In New York.
M13.1 Mtldied Jnck, of SS3 locust sticct,
hns Issued Invltutlons for a bridge and
SOT card parlj to be held at the homo of
her parents, Dr. and Mrs L. Poster Jnck,
on Saturday. December 11, at 2.30 o'clock.
Mien Surah K llnntlngp, who has been
the fiiicst of Mrs. John J. Rogers, nt 2M1
St. James place, has returned to her
home In llarrlfburg. Mlns Hastings will
lcrivo this week for New York, where Bhe
will be tho guest for a fortnight of Mrs.
.ill. Illiu .tlf, r I I'm 1 lull 1. 1. itiuruin
who aie spending several months In Plne
htirst, N. C, will return to New York In
the spring to visit Sir Pearson's mother,
Mrs. Predcrlck Pearson, of 3 West "111
street. Mrs. Pearson before her marriage
Inst month wns Miss Eleanor Adams
Bryant, of this cltj.
Mis. B. C. JIndelr.i and lifer mother,
Mrs. A. D. Campbell, of Old York road,
Ogontz, havo closed their country resl
deneo and have movtd Into their town
hcusc, I32J l'lne street, which they will
occupj for the winter.
Mr. and Sirs. Wllllnm '3. Godfrey, of
Haveiford, la., will shortly move to
town und will occupy for tho winter
their new apartment nt l'th and Walnut
Mr. and Mrs. Edward (innott .McColIln
and Miss Trances McColIln. of Ovcrhrook,
nro spending the winter at the Clinton.
Sllss Kntherlno McColIln is a student nt
Bon Mawr College.
Mrs. John Krcedlcy Jntoliy, of 533
Hlvervlow n venue, Drexel Hill Pa, will
be hostess nt a tea on Friday afternoon,
December l", from 3 until 5 o'clock
Along the Main Line
STRAFrORD. Mrs L Mlnford Hum
rlchhou.ic ImB returned to her home on
Woodlnnd road after spending some tlmo
In New York.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh McMnhon Crelgh
ton, whose man Inge took place nt noon
Thnnksglvlng Day, nro spending the early
part nf tho winter In New York boforo
going to California, where they will re
main until spilng. Mrs. Crclghton will
be rrnieniboied as Miss Ililen B.irlram,
daughter of Mrs. C. U Bartrnm, of Strat
ford. Along the Reading
The Huntingdon Vullej Country Club
will hold Its next club ditmcr-danco on
tho evening of Friday. December 10, at
Mrs. Walter liardncr, of Onk Lane road,
will enttruln her bridge club this after
noon nt luncheon. Besides, the members of
the club, Mrs. Walter Kates. Mrs George
Curren, Mrs. Kr.ink Malln and Mrs. John
Crawford will tie present.
Miss nmmn King, of Ogontz, hn3 Issued
Invitations for a card party and danco on
December 23, In honor of Miss Josephl.io
Rlttcnhouso. of Dlkliis Park, who will bo
married on January 3 to Mr. AValter
I-'oulkrod, ot this city.
A dancing tea will he given on Thurs
day, December 23, In honor of Miss Nancy
Barclay, by her parents. Mr and Mrs.
AVllliam L. Barclay, of Graver's lane.
lls3 Klcanor Harvey Wood, of 128 I'ast
Durham street, Mount Alrj. will cnter
tnln at luncheon on Saturday afternoon,
at the Union League, prior to tho char
ity card party to bo gHcn by the Tan
Delta sorority at the Phllomuslan Club.
C911 Walnut street. Tho guests will bo
Miss Muriel Stamni, Mlbs JInrgarct Tul
lidge and Miss Katherlne Tullldge.
A dancing class manu up of the mar
ried set meets on Tuesday evenings at
the Casino and Includes Mr. ana Mrs.
Charles T Hrown. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
shall Trultt, Mr. and Mrs Robert Cole
man, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Bonn. Mr.
nnd Mrs. D, McLean Walters, Mr and
Mrs. Stockton Mortimer, Mr and Mrs.
Herbert Morris. Mr. and .Mrs. Nelson
Hazeltlne. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hawley,
Mr, J. Howell Healy The class Is con
ducted by Miss Charlotte Brooke.
Dr. Walter B, AdanlTa and his mother,
Mrs. M, B. Adams, of JS7 Maplowood nve
nue, are In Atlantic City for (several days
The marriage of Miss Betty Burrow b
Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Krnnk
O. Burrows, of Stewart avenue, to Mr.
Charles T, Barker, of Gladwjn. will take
place on January 22
Dr. Edgar T. Shields, of Yachowfu,
China, will give an Illustrated lecture on
"Travel on tho Upper Yangtze River and
Life on the West China Frontier" In the
Baptist Church on December 10.
THE WILSON NORMAL SCHOOL OF
MUSIC AND LANGUAGE)
ESTEY HALL, Walnut at 17th St.
Advanced pupils thoroughly in
strucled !n the ART OF TEACHING
and prepared for positions as teacher.
Special course in higher E'.? ' sh.
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
EV OP AT I CONSERVATORIES
, K.. rtULiLt O MUSIC AND ART
STUDIOS. 8304 N BROAD BT,
nd BRANCH. SUITE 200
PRESSEK8IDa., 1W CHESTNUT BT
ilto DOUGHERTY SMS
PIANIST ACCOIU'ANISI INSTBEOTIOM
MRS. EDWIN G. CLOSE
Of Ovcrbrook. Mrs. Close is nn extremely popular hostess among
the many who live alonK the Main Line.
The inarrlasc of Miss Doris Howes,
ilatiRliter of Mrs I. W. Howes, of COT
North 31th street, to Mr. Alan Levin, of
Merlon, will bo uuletly solemnized today
nt noon In Saint Andrew's Protestant
Kplscopnl Church, S'ith nnd Barlne
streets Tho rector, the Reverend Will
iam J. Cox, will otllclato.
Tho bride, who will bo given In mar
rlnKc by her grandfather, Mr. Samuel
McDounal, will be unattended. Owing to
a recent death in tho family of tho brldo
iiroom, only tho Immediate fnmilles will
Tho I'ootllRhtcrs, a new' dramatic or
ganization composed of prominent sub
urbanites who have previously won n
name for themselves In nmatcur per
formances, will present Jerome K. Je
rome's well-known comedy "Miss Hobbs,"
in the Uala-Cynwjd auditorium tonight.
This society will give several smnll plays
throughout tho winter before Its non-acting
members and their friends, from
which will bo selected players best quail
lied to act In the largo semi-annual per
formance of which tonight's play Is tho
Miss Del Rose Macau, a former mem
ber of the Barn Stormcrs Club, a dra
matic society of Ridley Park, who has
achieved success not only ns an amateur
actress, but as a clever coacher of 'vari
ous children's plays, will act the part of
Miss Hobbs, n ouug lady of very de
cided opinions against men, hut dually
won over to tho other side ot tho ques
tion by an unknown bet. She will surely
win much applause from tonight's nudl
ence. Mr. George Pequlgnot. a member
bf tho Bam Stormers of Ridley Park,
and who Is well known for his successful
Interpretation of leading roles, will bo
Volfo Klngsenrle. In fact, the whole
east, which has been coached by Mr If.
C. Hhcpparil, u member of the Plns and
Players Club, Is composed of men ami
women who know not only how to act,
but to act well Others taking part In
cludo Mr. II Morton Coule ns Porelv.il
Klngsearlc, Mr. Kdwnrcl Pnrvln as G-orgu
JesBop, Mr Leonldas Beck, Mr. Paul A.
Vanneman, Jr. as Charles, Mrs. Thomas
(. Plnkerton us Mrs. Perclial Klngsenrle,
Jllsi Beatrlco Medeorso as Miss Susan
Abbey, Miss Helen Pedrlck ns Miss Mllll
cent Fnrey, MIps Uthel Tlly nB a maid
servant. The musical program has been
carefully arranged, and with tho stag
ing and other details promises to make
the play a huge success.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Green, of Laus
downo avenue, are locclvlng congratula
tions on tho birth of a daughter. Mrs.
Gieen was Miss Reno Bur.
Mr. and Mis. William Sherrard, of
Highland Park, havo returned from a
lslt to New York
Mrs. Albert L.iughlln, of Marplo. enter
tained nt a danco last night. There wero
K) guests prcient.
Your Irlns Southward
liKhtful than ever by
to AIKEN AND AUGUSTA, via
Leaves West Philadelphia daily at 3:15
P. M.; every convenience and luxury of
modern travel, to the cities and resorts of
LAHKUOOD, N. J.
PINBWOOD llAMV-l'Incv air. near beautiful
lake. Electric and Xaudhelm baths. BcoUet.
Merchants and Miners' Trans. Co.
One Way Round Trig
$22.40 JACKSONVILLE $39.00
1700 Mile 7-Dav Trip
$18.00 SAVANNAH $30.20
Including- meala and anteroom berth.
Tbrouxh tlchrta 10 all polnu. Flo team
en. Beet aervlce Low (are. Wlreleae
Telefrapa. Automobiles carried Steamer Wed.
aud Bat.. 6P M. Send (or booklet.
Cllr Ticket Office, 103 8. 9th Street
tul Title aal Tjuat tantll
Stead aad Saaiaa Su.. tint.
Mr. and Mrs Frederick C. Tompkins, of
Mil Thomas avenue, celebrated their sil
ver wedding Saturday. Mr. Tompkins Is
the well-known tennis plner, who for tho
past 12 cari hat been engaged at tho
Racquet Club. In celebration of the Hth
anniversary of their wedding Mr. and
Mrs. Tompkins wilt glvo a dinner to a
number of their friends nt their homo
Mr. and Mrs. Walter AV. Whltehatr,
of 13.13 North Alden street, nnnounco tho
morriago of their daughter. Miss Adeline
tVIiltchalr, to Mr Oirnr Jones, of Whlto
fonl, Mil., on Saturday November 27. The
Rev. I U. Winter performed tho ccro
mony, which took pluce in his home.
100J South tilth street. Only members of
tho fnmilles were present. Immediately
after tho ceremony Mr. and Mr'. Jones
left for IVhltcford, their futuro home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hosklns, of Alle
gheny. Pa., who havo been visiting Mr.
Hosklns" sister. Mrs. Samuel Saunders,
of CM North 40th street, left for home
Mr. Thomas P. Fljnn, ot fill North 3?th
street, returned home on Monday from
Scranton, Pa., where he has been visiting
Mrs. John Schcmbs, of lilt i:rle avenue,
entertained a number of tho younger set
luncheon on Saturday on tho occasion of
tho 16th birthday of her daughter. Miss
Marian Schcmbs. Tho decorations were In
red and green. Among those present wero
Miss Helen Armstrong. Miss Adeline
Margolls, Miss Kdlth Baring, Miss Marian
Oroff, Miss Dbba SJoholm, Mlns Ruth
Hemes, Miss Lcstor Porter. Miss Knth
erlno Smith, Miss Loulso Bunting, Miss
Deris Henderson, Miss Ruth Green, Miss
Klcnnor Green, Miss Sjlvla BliimenthnL
Miss Klcanor Camoy, Miss Mnrjorio
Haugher and Miss Lillian Schcmbs.
What's Doing Tonight
Concrrt In Bid of tho A. .1. Dreurl Riddle
Jlllile Cl.isnca. llelleiue-Stnitford. S o'clock.
ttlrh Quirtet, Vt llliTpoori Hnll. S o'llock.
Murcirct Kcan lecltal, Orlfflth Hall; S
Youtifc Itcpubllcina of Philadelphia. 221
South llroml street: S o'clock.
City Hlstor Society, Normal School for
Girls: 8 o'clock.
Author'o rcadlns, Central V. l. C A.; S
i""'tv-nlntli nnnlorary. Pennsylvania Peice
Society. Dcrean Church, South College menus;
s o'clock, rree.
J wiser Staennerehur loncert, PHI North
llniHil ntreet H .10 o'llnck.
IVurlh annual ImII, Motion l'lctuies Kxhlhl.
ioi8' 1-eagim of Philadelphia TuriiKemeliulo
Hull, lsro.nl etrect nnd Columbia uieuuo; 8
Health talk, Henry C l.c.i Homo nnd School
tit.oi-latlon, Uth niul l.m ust streets, 8.13
Annu.il dinner. Afcsoilitlon of Mmiurac
lunra' ItrtrmentiitlMii. nelleiuc-Hiratroiii;
0 :to o'clock
l.ertuie, Mlm Agnes lteppller. "Tho lln-pel
of Amusement." Houston Hnll, University of
t'ennsilwinU, S o'clock
Annual !rldi;e and dance, women1 Cotu
mlllce ror Jewish Sanitarium. Mercantile Hall;
Korelsn Mlwloii Ilai'j. First Chrlitlaii
Church, Berks ind Marvlno streets.
Independent Circle; llrntlierliooil of America,
Mnsonli IUII. h"riinkrnrd.
"A Song of ThanksKb Inn " rantata, I.ni
mam.el lloformed Kplncoi.il Church, York nnd
Hepilva streets. S o'clock.
made more de-
tho superb new
the Carolinas and Georgia.
Warm irenial air and balmy sunshine roU
courses of the finest in the South splendid
resorts, superb hotels, excellent boarding;
houses and villas and cottases for the winter.
S. E. BURGESS. Division Passenger Agent,
828 Chestnut St.. Philadelphia.
ATI.NTIO C1TV, N. J.
Sunorior location with an
unobstructed view of beach
and boardwalk A recognized
standard of excellence
HIE IEAUING KES0RT HOTEL Of THE WURID
ATIaANTIL CITY. N.J.
JQ3IAH WHITE A. SONS COMPANY
Westminster Kr v. m Beatu. Eie. t
' t my oataa. run. water
ll.WupdJjr. to 12 SO vpukly. Cnaa. Bunre.
CLUB HAS ANNUAL MEETING
Next Friday the Elections for the Year Will Take Place.
Di Lucy Wilson to Be Guest of Honor at Dinner,
Which Will Follow Business Meeting
THE annual meetlnsr of the Professional
Women's Club will bo held on Friday,
when olllccrs for tho ensuing year will bo
elected. After tho business session closes
n dinner will be given, at which Dr. Lucy
Wilson, tho principal of tho Southern
High School, wilt bo tho guest of honor
Mrs John K. Devolln la president nnd
Miss Mary R. Manccly secretary of the
A mirprlso party was glvon on Satur
day evening In honor of Mlsi Lena Freed
berg, on her 18th birthday, at her
home, 902 Jackson street, by Mr. Samuel
K Oro Those who nttended were
Miss 8. Gross, Miss It. Gross. Miss F
Knte. MIM D. Wclntraub. Miss K. Ros
enborg. Ml?s S. Light, Miss D Abelove,
Miss A Freedberg. Mlfli d Edelstoln,
MIsi S Lchrman, Miss G Rubin, Miss II
Jonas, 1I S. Young, Mlsi S I'ensler,
Miss H, Simons, Miss I Froodberg, JH
T Freedberg, Miss U. Gilbert. Mr. and
Mrs Goldberg. Miss B Blltzstcln, Mr.
and Mrs. Freedberg. Mr and Mrs Gordon,
Mr. and Mrs. Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Segol,
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. L rreedbcrg. Mr. M.
Segel. Mr. 8. Segel, Mrs. J. Isdancr, Mr.
It. Frank, Mr. A. Llpman. Mr. II. Waa
perm.ni, Mrs. II. Collins, Mrs. M. Gold
berg, Mr, H. Tuckor. Mr. A. Llpaky. Mr.
M. Kaufman, Mr. J. Pleltzman. Mr. J.
Weiss, Mr. J. Cohen. Mr. II. Ireeman.
Mr. S. Fisher, Mr. .1. Toll. Mr. Morso.
Mr. P. Cohen nnd Mr. L. Splvock. Tho
guests wero entertained by tho singing ; of
Mr. Myor Goldberg. Mr. Jack Cohen, Miss
Sophlo Gross. Mr. H. Collins. Mr. Jack
Weiss, Mr. H. Collins nnd Miss I. Frood
berg. Mlis S. Lchrman played the plnno.
.Mr. P. Cohen nnd Miss K. Rosenberg en
tcrtnlned tho guests with their new
dances. Miss Freedberg wna presented
with a diamond ring by her parents.
A birthday party was given by Miss
Tonkor, nt her home. 73S South street, on
Sunday evening. Tho guests present were
Mlsi Bertie Frank, Miss Rosallo Ross,
Miss Kva Silver. Miss Ray Knapp, Miss
Anna Goldstein, Miss Lola Fink, Miss
Harriet Schwartz. Miss Jean Jacobs.
Mlsi M. Burke. Miss S Goods and Miss
N. Curson. Mr. M. Oordon, tho dancer, waa
present, nnd music and entertainment wero
furnished by Mr Schwartz, assisted by
Mr. Kinnlev L. Bellmow. Other guests
were Mr. Louis Gold, Mr. C. Brcner. Mr.
Albert Tonker, Mr. M. Goldstein, Mr.
Jnck James, Mr. II. Frlcndcnbcrg, Mr. G.
Lonnrd, and Mr. Benjamin Durwltz.
Miss Cecilia Friend entertained on Sun
day night nt her home, IT119 South 23d
sticet A number ot selections on th
piano wero glvon by Mr. Samuel Frank
nnd Miss Jennlo .Stovens. A number of
recitations were given by Miss Minnie
Rosenthal and Mr. Louis Hcrsch, also a
dancing exhibition by Miss Mlnnlo Rosen
thal and Mr. Irving ncrson. mo kiicco
wero Miss Ircno Llpsltz, MIbs Jennlo
Stevens, Miss Roso Cohen. Miss Rose
Ralarty, Miss Rose Llbster, Miss Lilian
Master. Miss Mary Rosenthal. Miss Stella
Friend, Miss Mlnnlo Rosenthal. Mrs. N.
It. Bnrnctt, Miss Houck nnd Fnnnlo and
Mrs. Yctta Hcrsch, Mr. Joseph Goldstein,
Mr. Morris Steinberg. Mr. Nat It. Barnctt,
Mr. Jack Wolpcrt. Mr. Tsafloro Rosner.
Mr. Philip Welner, Mr. Harry Yankaloff,
Mr. Samuel Frank. Mr. Mayer Frank. Mr.
Louis Hcrsch and Mr. Irving Hersch.
Mr. John Pnrrish entertained at his
home, 813 North 10th street, last Saturday
evening, when his guests Included Miss A
Itelchma.il, Miss E. Sto,In, Mlsi Florence
Gleb, Miss Sara Lovlck, Miss N. Zimmer
man, Miss M Potoraky. Miss r. Fisher.
Mtas It. Farrlsh, Miss L. Noteles, Miss J.
Noteles. Miss R. Mlllor. Miss II. Shean.
Miss V Parrlsh. Miss S. Salltsky, Miss B
Clark. Miss A Welnerman, Miss M Pop
lck, Miss S Stoln, Miss D. Norsopha, Mlbs
A. Galeman. Miss B. Stclngrad, Miss M
Parrlsh. Miss Bertha S Lovln, Miss S
Shumnn. Dr. S E Tltelman. Miss Sara
Grauber. Mr. Emanuel M. Lutz. Miss
Jeannctto Lausman, Miss S. Doblen, Mr
Joseph Watklns. Mr. Samuel Schooman,
Dr. Bamson, Mr. Louis Jorfc, Mr. Jack,
Joffe, Mr Frank Norsopha. Mr. Morris
Pnrrish, Mr. Samuel Borok, Mr. A. Sher
iff, Mr. David Caiman. Mr. Louis J. Fried
land. Mr. Joseph Steinberg, Mr David
Morrison. Mr, Jnck Williams, Mr Robert
Resnlckoff, Mr. Abraham Weinman, Mr.
Edwin Norsopha and Mr. Wllllnm Kulch
Inson. Dr S E. Tltclmin, of Tishomingo,
Oklahoma, who arrived at Philadelphia
recently to be operated on for appendi
citis at tho Samaritan Hospital, will
toavo for tho West again on January 7.
There will bo a farewell affair given by
his friends and fmternlty prior to his
Tho dedication exorclies of the. Uptown
Homo for tho Aged took placo at the,jCon
grogatlon Sons of Halberstam, 6tliand
Green streets, Sunday afternoon Tho
attendanco waa so groat tho people woro
compelled to stand In tho corridors. Tho
amount collected wns 2000. the first dona
tor being Mr. Samuel Gold, who not only
gavo n chock for JlOO, but also delivered
a very worthy address. Several promt
nent speakers also addressed tho guests,
among whom wero Rabbi Lovlnthal, Mr.
Maic Arron nnd Mr. Louis Folnstone.
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A CORDIAL INVITATION
Is extended to the women of Philadelphia
to inspect on our salesroom floor a luxurious
development of the Parisian Coupe' dc
Ville, the new White Town car. It is a
style vehicle in the most authoritative
sense, and from that viewpoint, of absorb'
ing interest to all appreciative women.
This invitation is not limited to pre
spective purchasers; on the contrary, it is
our desire that as many as possible have
an opportunity to see this very unusual
custom designed product,
THE WHITE COMPANY
216-220 tfORTH BROAD STREET
Tho second annual bazaar was held by
tho B V. F. Club of the Richmond Bap
tist Church, Tllton street nnd Indiana,
avenue, on the evenings bf December z,
3 and 4, the proceeds to go to charity.
Thoao astlstlng nt tho booths In the
bazaar woro Mrs. N, Bedenk, Miss Alice
Jones, Mlsi Marlon Snyder, Miss Mario
Votlm, Miss Ruth Benner, Miss Pearl
Bedenk, Mrs. William Garten, Miss Ethel
Harris, Miss Allco Bright, Miss Anna
KIoss, Miss Beatrice MacWhlnney, Miss
Anna MaoWhlnney, Miss Ruth Bhaw,
Miss Sarah Garten and Miss Minnie New
non. A concert by the Team Numbor Five
will ba given nt tho Ontario Presbyterian
Church at II and Ontario streets this
evening. Recitations and monologues
will bo given.
Mr. Davis II. Bell, of Bnryrna. Del., wan
tho guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. Enders, or
2317 East Cumberland street, for a short
Mrs. M Bogln nnd her daughter, Mlsa
Mills Bogln, of Now Tork, are visiting
Mr. nnd Mrs. M Berkowltz, of U23 North
Mm. Ira D. Knight, of Chicago, III., la
visiting hor mother, Mrs. A, Carson, of
1631 Kait Columbia avenue.
YOUR FEET for Xmi .hopping
mndo comfortable by first vUitinir
Corns remoted, SSc. en j manicuring, 28a
a, n. Cor. 13th nml Sannom Sts. and
1201 Chestnut St.
"Well, I caught you taking soma
of your own medicine this time,
taking medicine, for thoro'a
no medicine about it; but you caught
mo indulging in a healthful practice
that's so pleasant it seems like a
luxury. The splendid cleansing quality,
freedom from medication, and exquisite
flavor of 'S. S. White' Tooth Paste
frequently lead mc to use it during the
day. You bcc, my grandfather, my
father and I have always dealt with the
house that makes it, so we know it's
"Well, I'll have to use it too, under
In 10c or SSc tubes. Powder,
SSe tins. At your druggist's
or mailed on receipt of price