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F- NANCY WYKNE ATTENDS THE GAMBOL
OF THE GODS AT BELLE VUE-STRATFORD
Mrs. B. Frank Clyde Will Entertain at Dinner Tonight
at the Ritz-Carlton Mr. Yale Dolan Also Enter
tainsOther Affairs of Interest
rrUtERE seems to bo rntlier a lull In
JL the social doings for this wcek( now
that wo havo gotton over gamboling
with the gods last night; and thoy did
gambol, I assure you.
The chief excitement for this evening
is the dinner Mrs. Frank Clyde will
dve at tho llltz-L'arlton. You know
f )lrs. Clyde Is the mother of Mrs. Qcorgg
McFaddon, Wno was joacpnine aicn
valno. Mrs. Clyde, who was tho beauti
ful Caroline Iiurton, married Bloom-
field Mollvalne. After n. number of
years of widowhood sho married the
late B. Frank Clyde, who met with
gudi nn untimely end when ho was
run over by a train at 62d street sta
tion somo five years ago.
Mrs. Clydo Is considered one of tho
handsomest and best-gowned women In
, this city.
To return to tho "Gambol of the
Gods," I do think wo will have to hand
jt to Alfred Barton Tor Having put over
a qulto remarkable performance. The
Idea was extremely well carried out,
: and every one who took part, from
hymphs to goddesses, debutnntes to
blues, did his or her part to perfec
tion. Of course, wo all teased Danny
E. Hutchinson, whoso life this year seems
' to be ono continual debut. Danny has
always said ho Just would not go 1n
for any of these affairs, but since his
party in December ho is growing less
jL and less timid, and last night appeared
in OHO Ol two auvncn.
There Is no doubt about it, Eliza
beth Latta Is a llttlo wonder; sho has
to much expression and charm of
manner and her voice Is lovely.
It shows that sho has really given tlmo
and study to her art and sho loves
It, which Is ono of the greatest things
Virginia Smith was Blmply great;
the danced like a little breath of fresh
air, and was so enthusiastic and
Kcbarmlng that she won much applause.
; TOlen Ellis, too, sang woll. Of course,
tho most remarkablo person In the
whole performance was Dorothy Nor
rls. Her costumo was a wonderful
combination of color. Sho Is most ar
tistic and original, though ono wonders
' that hor parents allows so young a
flrl to danco In qulto such a manner.
With tho Norrlscs was tho Marquis
Antonio dl Vnsconcollos, who will bo
remembered by Fhlladelphlans who
haw lived In Paris, where ho has been
for several years. Ho has tho dis
tinction of being a friend of tho In
fanta of Spain.
Bob Carrero was too sick to danco
with Yutendalo Batrd, so one of her
brothers took his place, and did It very
well In tho tango danco. For an ama
teur performance It was most remark
ably well done, and every ono had a
Yale. Dolan will glvo a dinner
at tho Rltz tonight also, I believe.
Now thero is an cllgiblo bachelor for an
anxious mamma to catch for timid
K daughterl But I guess Yalo Is too wary
I a bird to bo easily charmed. When a
hum has remained slnglo for somo
Fytars it Is hard to settle down to somo
one else's Ideas, you know, as well as
f your own. As a nowly-wcd of mature
! ige said to me recently, "You know
' you get used to settling things for
; Vourself, and suddenly you coma up
; against tho fact that you havo to con-
aider somo ono else's Judgment, and
very ofton It does not quite coincide
; with yours, and then there's tho
dickens to pay." Takes some of tho
i' romance out of It all, doesn't It?
Olivia Qazzam Is going on to Now
fYork today to attend the ball given by
' Mrs. Thomas Gilford for her niece,
jFrederica Bull. Olivia Is a dear llttlo
thing, full of life and fun and as viva
clous as a kitten. I saw her at the
opera recently In a quaint frock of a
white satin foundation, under elaborate
K tulle draperies, and an odd golden orna
ment was In her hair. Ono of the deb3
said such a nice thing nbout her to me.
'Do you know," sho said, "I have been
.watching the different girls this year,
'and every time I see Olivia I am struck
with her delightful manner to every
Rone, Of course, some of the girls you
Ijllko better than others, but Olivia nover
makes any difference; she takes the
trouble to speak to every ono, and al
r ways In the same polite way. I have
seen her como Into the dressing rooms
i at various parties, and sho never falls
to apeak to each one. Whore some of
I " others Just nod or seem half pre
l occupied. Olivia Is clad to see vou. and
Rlt Is no effort on her part; she really
k means It," It does nav to take, the
ttrcuble to be polite, and It bespeaks
swifter a lovely nature, to bo kind
plough always to make an effort to
SIMM others happy about you.
i Perhaps one of the most Interesting
lt th affairs planned for next week
I 0ng society folk will ha thn luncheon.
Fwtertalnment and reception at the
"wievue.Htratford on Wednesday, Jan
uary 19, Jn commemoration of the birth
General Lee. heedless to say, the
alr Is belnir arrancaA hv tho Phlla.
tlphla. Chapter, Daughters of the Con-
- eracy, of which Mrs. Allan Harris
WM!cJent' Southern women have the
i(?P!r faculty of doing things up
fmynx, anyway, bo that from all ac
jau the guests of honor, Mrs. Frank
'. Odenhelmer, of Washington, tho
"Meat general, and Mrs. Luclan H.
weClce, Of Unrtnttr V mill ,va a
I ' tlme of lt' Tne chapter feels very
"u, Vt having secured Mr. James
u? . 0nald and h'8 brother, Mr. Doug-
r0ns. KTifjnv mvmra
All fnta-i . . m
r4a T w -? naem" announce
fithif r, "" - i" inai, of miss uoi"
St..!?9' duhter of Mr. and Mrs.
2Er m orins; Brace, of 635 Park ave
". New York, to Dr. John Calvert
22fon, aon of Prof. Henry H. Don-
MZrf hls c"y Doctor Donaldaon
Lr51.an?.ot J01" Hopkins Unlver-
.! mta Uraca In n hMf or 1TO-
Donaldaon'a wife, who was Mlas
Rv, CfcarU L,. Steel ui Mta,
daughter. Miss Edna Lelghton Steel, to
Mr. Franklin H. Wilson, Jr., of Brook
Un, N. Y.
The regular monthly meeting of the
rrofosslonnl Women's Club of Philadel
phia Will be held this nvontnir nt 171f
Chestnut street. The speakers will be
Miss Adele Itudolph. who will talk about i
unnaworK, or .Manual Training In Our
Public Schools," nnd Miss Frances
Rosenthal, whose subject will be "An
t quo Jewelry." After tho business ses
sion closes a danco will be given. Mrs.
Dora Hnrvev Develfn U president of tha
club and Miss Mary It. Maneely corre
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kvans Norton
entertained at dinner Inst night nt their
home. In Ardmorc, In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Cleveland, who are llio
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln 11. Fltlcr,
of Roscmont. Their guests were Mr
nnd Mrs. It. Ilnrtol UrAzler, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Isaac H. Clothier, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Flt
lcr, Mrs. Gerrltt Judd nnd Mr. Arthur
Mrs. David E. Dnltnm, of the Lincoln,
will give n luncheon on Thursdny nt the
.Acorn Club In honor of Mrs. Lticlnn II.
Cocke, of Roanoke, Va who will bo the
guest of Mrs. George Franklin Brown for
Mrs. Morton Grclms, of Spruce and 13th
streets, entertained nt bridge on Wed
nesday. Miss II. Uthel Maule, of Brlnr Crest,
Vlllnnova, has Issued Invitations for n
dinner before the subscription dance nt
the Merlon Cricket Club on Friday, Janu
Mr. nnd Mrs. nichnrd P. McXeely, of
Bryn Mawr, will entertain at dinner prior
to the subscription dnnce nt tho Merlon
Cricket Club next Friday evening, In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eraklno Smith, of
Tho renn.vlvnnln Society of tho Co
lonial Damrs of America wilt hold a meet
ing nt 11 o'clock next Wednesday morn
ing nt the west wing of Independence
Ilnll. On Thursdny morning, Janunry 27,
nt 10 o'clock In the Historical Hoclety
Building, 13th and Locust streets, a com
mittee meeting will be hold on the ex
amination of papers, nnd nn executive
meeting will bo held on Friday nftor
noon, January 23, at 3 o'clock at tho Sten
Miss Elizabeth Dul'uy Scott, debutante
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hutchinson
Scott, Is spending n short time in Boston
ns tho guest of Mrs. Arthur Wellington.
She will return home enrly next week.
Mrs. John King van Rensselaer, who Is
now living In Now York, will be tho guest
of honor nt a luncheon to bo given this
afternoon by Mrs. Robert Sturgls nt her
home, 152 Knst 3Sth street. Now York.
Tho Entertainment Committee of the
American Cnthollc Historical Society will
give a muslcnle and card party this nftcr
noon at the clubhouse, 715 Spruce street.
Miss Kathcrtne G. Love will net ns host
ess. The program will bo opened by Dr.
Silas Neff with an address, and among
those who will tako part In the muslcalo
aro Miss Mario Potzolt. Miss Ellzaboth T,
Bonner. Mrs. II. V. Hnckctt. Miss Vir
ginia Petzclt and Miss Clara Mulhollnnd.
Tea will bo rvcd from 4 until G o'clock.
' Mrs. Herbert Lincoln Clark, of Bryn
Mawr, is spending a few days In New
Mrs. W. E. Sanders, of the Newport,
gavo a series of luncheons and bride par
ties for her daughter, Mrs, ChcBter E.
Maxwell, who Is visiting her. Mrs. Max
well will be remembered as Miss Helen
Dr. Eugene Townsend has, gone to Palm
Beach for tho winter.
Mrs. Jnmcs II. Shlve gave a dinner
dance on Wednesday at the RIttenhouse
to celebrate tho birthday of her husband.
The guests, who numbered about 100, were
seated nt one round tnble, which encir
cled the ballroom, nnd the inclosure wns
used for tho dnnclng. The decorations
of smllax and polnsettlas were entwined
with varl-uolorcd lights
Mrs. H. M. Cresswell, of Edgewater
Park, N. J., who Is spending the winter
at tho RIttenhouse, wns the hostess at n
muslcalo and tea on Tuesday.
Mrs, William McKnlg was tho hostess
at a luncheon nnd card party at the New
port In honor of Mrs. C. A, Martin. She
was assisted In receiving by Mrs. W, A.
Mrs. Samuel A. MllllRan. who la spend
ing the winter at tho Newport, Is enter
taining Mr. and Mrs. Lerch. of Reading.
Mrs. Joseph Paxson Is the guest of her
mother, Mrs. E. K. Miller, at Roland
Dr. and Mrs. William Drayton, Jr., of
200 South 13th street, havo gone to Geor
gia for a month's visit.
A missionary tea will be held on Sat
urday afternoon, from 3 until 6:30 o'clock,
In the parish house of the Church of the
Atonement, 47th street and Klngsesslng
Along the Main Line
OVERBROOK A Leap Year dance will
be given tonight at the Overbrook Golf
Club by the dancing class of which Mrs,
Ouy R. Overend Is the chaperon. The
class, which meets fortnightly through
out the winter, l composed of the Bchool
set, the members Including Miss Helen
Balfour. Mlas Helen Overend, Miss Mar
garet Uechln, Miss Anna Fritz, Miss
Grace Oelger, Mlas Bertha Young. Miss
Marian Harlan. Mlas Elizabeth Mencke.
Miss Carol Smith, Miss Elizabeth Evans,
Miss Louise McCurdy, Miss Betty Lewis,
Miss Watburga Rellly, Miss Helen
Knight. Miss Margaret Curtis, Mlsa Mar
Jorle Ellison. Mlas Louise Harding, Mr.
Allen Anderson, Mr. Burke Wltford, Mr.
John Wllford. Mr. William Henry Brown,
Mr. Gilbert Pasaavant, Mr, Edwin Spran
kle, Mr, Cralge Snader, Mr. Bamuel Huhn,
Mr. Lester Comly, Mr. Frederick Shoe
maker, Mr. Warren Shoemaker, Mr. Ev
erest Fruhmutn. air. itarriaon oayen. air.
Ilobat Fleer, Mr. James Wallaca. Mr.
Harry Curtis. Mr. Hora.es Fritz. Mr. Rob
ert MoAvee, Mr. Harry Dunn, Mr. Samuel
Croft. Mr, Walter Pyle and Mr, James
In keeping wth the spirit of tha oc
casion, tha gernuui will be ted by Mlas
Helen Overend and Mlaa Halen Balfour.
A number of dinners will precede the
waverFORD Mr. and Mrs. Rowland
Comly. of Panmura road, have gone, to
Atlantic City, where Mr. Comly la con
valeaclng from his recent lllnaa.
VILLANOVA Mr. and Mrs Rudolph
Stewart Rauch have returned to their
horn In Vlllanova from New York, where
they spent the holidays with Mrs. Rauch's
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JSVBSTiarG LEPqERPHlLADELPHIA. FRIDAY, JANUARY
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l'huto by Marceau Htuillo,
MISS KATHERINE WHITMER
Miss Whitmor is the debutante daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Whitmer, of 4703 KingscssinR nvenuc. Her sister, Miss Martha
Whitmer, wns one of last year's debutnntes nnd much informnl enter
taining has been done for both sisters.
Along the Reading
Tho Cheltenham High School hockoj
team will glvo n leap year dnnce this
evening at the Old York Bond Country
Club. Tho committee In chnrge includes
Miss Mnrlnn Warner, captnln of the
team; Miss Blanche Whcclock, Miss Hope
Wheelock, Miss Lola Needles, Miss Ruth
Sinter, Miss Lllllnn Shclp, Miss Mnr-
gnret Kelsey, Miss Mnrlo Knllenbnch. I
Miss Ellznbeth Fretz, Mlsi Elizabeth .
Waters nnd Miss Hnttlc Oberholtzer. I
j The Misses Dyncr. of 7.10 Master street,
Miss Mildred Horner, of Church road, ( "llvo nn entcrtnlnment to tho members of
Ogontz, will have ns her guests this , the Hebrew School, Aid Society Inst Sun
afternoon the members of the Phi day. Tho guests were Miss lilock, Miss
Gnmma Sorority. Among some or those ! Abromnwltz. Mr. B. Cohen. Mr. F. Sho
present will bo Miss Evn Llnde, Mlsa chet, Miss Teller. Mr. C. Herman, Miss
Josephine. Llnde, Miss Lllllnn Essllngcr, Ethel Dyncr, Mr. M. Kutncr, Mr. D. Gllck
Mlss Louise Funk, Miss Mnrlon Shclp man. Miss Mlnnlo Dyncr, Miss Oganz,
nnd Miss Mnrgnret Wnrncr. Miss Vcrn Mnrgolls. Mr, M. Jaspnn, Mr.
II. Sterner, Miss Rebecca Dyncr, Miss
Miss Irene Dny acted ns hostess to tho nc,ba Feltisteln. Mr. I. C. Whnrtmnn. Mr.
members of her sewing circle ycbtcrdny S,)I Grccnberg, Mr. Harry Lutz. Mr. Mas-
lien her guests Included Miss
Knthlccn Davis. Miss Natalie Christine,
Miss Mildred Connor, Miss Katharine.
Smith, Miss Jcssio Bonsai, Miss Ethel
Colwln, Miss Inez Cartlcdgc, Miss Emily
Alday nnd Miss Blanche McGonlgle.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgi . Hnnd. of Webster
nvenuc, Wyncotc, have ns their guest this
week Miss Delia Cruise, of Doi Chester.
N. J. Miss Cruise, who will remnln In
Wyncoto for n fortnight, will b ex
MIbs Ethlyn M. Seiner, of Greenwood
avenue. Wyncotc, will hnvo ns her guests
over the week-end Miss Chrlstlno Win
ber, of Altoona, Pa., and Miss Josephine
Orilllths, of Noriistown
Navy Yard Affairs
Tho first of a series of formal dances
will be held In the navy yard on Wed-J
nesdny next. January l, nnu many de
lightful dinner parties hnvo been planned
beforo It. Naval Constructor Ouy A.
Blssett, U. S. N., nnd Mrs. Blssctt hnvo
Issued Invitations for a buffet dinner to
be given at their liome, 25a South 21st
street, beforo the dance. Among those
expected to be present nro LJcutennnt
Homer H. Norton, U. S. N., nnd Mrs.
Norton; Lleutcnnnt Beehler, U. S. N.,
nnd Mrs. Beehler; Naval Constructor A.
B. Court. U. S. N.. and Mrs. Court; Lieu
tenant Richardson. U. S. N., nnd Mrs.
Rlchardspn; Cnptnln C. B. Drake, U. S.
A., nnd Mrs. JJrnke; Lieutenant Com
mander A. W. Johnson, U. S. N nnd
Mrs. Johnson; Lleutennnt Charles T.
Blackburn, U. S. N., nnd Mrs. Black
burn; Captnln F. D. Kllgore, U. 3. M.
C, and Mrs. Kllgore, Lieutenant Ralph
L Shepard.'U. 8. M. C, and Mrs. Shcp
ard; Captuln J. M. Salladay. U. S. M. C.
and Mrs Salladay; Cnptnln A. Owciib, U.
S. M. C., nnd Mrs. Owens, Mrs. Charles
A Lutz. Mrs. Nelson P. Vulte, Mrs.
Charles S. Davis, Mrs. Alexander S. Wll
Hams, Miss Fox, Miss Sarah Welsh, Mrs.
Wlllcox, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chapman.
Lleute'nant Baughan, U. S. N., and Mr.
R. M. Rlbas.
Miss Carolyn B. Bcnwcrlner, of 5628 Mc
Mahon avenue, Is spending several weeks
In Reading, Pa as the guest of her aunt.
Mrs. S, S. Botiwermer.
A sewing club that has recently been
organized will :.ie t for tho first time on
Wednesday next, when Mrs. Wllllnm Fox
will entertain at her home, 2321 South 12th
street. The members of the club will
meet weekly at the homes of different
members nnd luncheon will bo served.
Those who aro expected to be present are
Mra. James McIIugh. Mrs. Oeorge de Win
ton, Mr Frank Houget, Mrs. Andrew
Sreufy, Mrs. C. Bauer and Mrs. Hattle
Mlsa Alice McCaulfey and Miss Anna
McCaulley entertained the members of
their card club on Friday evening at their
home, 1523 McKean street Their guests
were 12 In number, and a buffet supper
Mr. and Mrs, Henry J. Maloney, of
2306 Christian etreet, are receiving con
gratulations on the birth of a daughter,
$31.80 trip $31.80
From Philadelphia every Wed. and Eat.
Including meal and choice of stateroom
accommodations. All outetda room. Fin
itetmer. Beat aarvlc. Ticket limited to
Merchant & Miners' TVane. Co.
Cltr Office, 103 So. Sth St. Phone Lombard
1800. Consult suiy ticket or touxUt agent.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
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680 Perry Bldg. Spruce 41'38.
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Mrs. Charles S. Shnplcy. of 1S0B Mount
Vernon street, entcrtnlncd nt luncheon
nnd "MO" yesterday, when her guests In
cluded Mrs. Karl Myers, Mrs. David Dan
iels, Mrs. W'nltcr Young. Miss Marian M.
Myers, Miss I.nura Bahls, Miss Mildred
Hudson nnd Miss Lornlne Hnblcht. On
Tuesday, January 18, Mrs. Shnplcy will
bo hostess nt n luncheon followed by
'' -r. iivm ureenijcrg, .Mr. .Morns tcin.
Mr. B. A. Mnsel. Mr. A. Muller, Mr. Louis
E. Rosen, Mr. Harry L. Dyncr and Mr.
Mrs. Chnrles Pnttcrson, of 2245 North
17th street, will entertain nt cards this
nftcrnoon, the game being followed by a
buffet luncheon. Among the guests will
bo Mrs. Hlrnm D. Miller, Mrs. Paul, Mrs.
Walter Scott, Mrs. Jnmes Spencer, Mrs.
Charles Webb, Mrs. Borou, Miss Schlcdcl,
Mrs. Potts1, Mrs. George Outhettc, Dr. A.
Lc Fcvic, Mrs. Sylvester Lelth. Mrs. Mar
gnrct Jones, Mrs. It. II. Hoy, Mrs. Chnrles
Lukens. Mrs. Robert Glndfcltor, Mrs. M.
Crawford, Miss Anna Crelth, Mrs. A. B,
Addis, Miss Brown, Mrs. Lewis Bailey,
Mrs. Samuel Alcott and Mrs. Franklin
Dr. nnd Mrs. 51. Behrend, of 1427 North
Broad street, aro entertaining Mrs. Wal
ter Itoscnbnuni and Mrs. Leo Frclbaum,
of Gadsden, Aln.
Miss Mnrlnn Simon, of 3623 North Mar
vine street, Is entertaining Miss Hnnnah
Hoffman, of Newark, N. J.
Miss Gertrude Klcfaber entertained In
formally Inst evening nt her homo, 2225
West Tioga street, her guests being Miss
Irene Hosier, Sllsa Agnes Walker, Miss
Nellie Aldrlch, Miss Jane Ogden, Miss
Florenco Nuttnll, Miss Llllle R. Jackson,
Miss Ola Robertson nnd Miss Millie
Mrs. Annie B. Addlfl, of 3839 North
Broad street, will give a dinner, followed
by cards, tomorrow night at her home.
Tho guests, who are members of the card
club of the, hostess, will Include Mrs, C,
Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Berlnger, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Alcott, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Lukens, Mr. Charles WIsler and Mr. E.
Miss Mabel Mlltenberger, of Gerhart
street, will be hostess to tho members
of her card club on Thursday night,
Miss Katharine Puncheon, principal of
the Girls' High School, will make an ad
dress at the Young Women's Christian
Association of the Falls of Schuylkill on
February S. The program will also In
clude selections by tho well-known solo
ists. Miss Florence Corn man and Mr. F.
MANUFACTURER3 OF SHIRTS. GOWNS. PAJAMAS. ETC.
IMPQemU. OF UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, CLOVES, CRAVATS
DATTONA, Fla.. Jan. H. Balmy air,
combined with plenty of sunshine, Is
making the winter season at Dnytono a
joy and a delight Brilliant polnsettlas
are blooming everywhere, giving a color
ful nspoct to the verdant tropical land
scape. Every one Is In all-white attire, tho only
touch of color being given by the Jnunty
smock Jackets which are replacing the
silk sweaters so much In vogue last sum
mer. The smocks are built l;ke Norfolk
jackets, Uio fulness being given by
smocking Instead of plaits, The bathing
costumes In the Southland are far more
conservative thnn those worn at Atlantic
City during the height of the season
and none of the knitted Jersey suits with
very abbreviated skirts are seen In
Florida waters. The favorite costume Is
of blnck tnffeta or satin, with gay acces
sories. The ocean nt Dnytona Beach Is
very warm, the water registering 76 de
grees, Tho season will not be In full swing
until February, but all the cottages have
been rented and there Is much entertain
ing In the cottage colony. The Palmetto
Club, which Is the centre of the Intel
lectual life here. Is nlnnnlne to have a
series of spenkers nddrvss the members
on the leading topics of tho dny. The
Hon. Wllllnm Jennings Bryan uns tho
guest of the club on Friday evening, when
he gave nn address on "Tho Wnr In
Buropo nnd Its Lesson For Us."
A scries of dances Is being held at
the Despland, the lttdgewood and the
Prince George, so there Is dnnclng every
night In addition to tho mntlneo dances
nnd skating parties given at the Cnslno.
Fishermen nre having fine luck catch
ing bass nnd trout with which these
waters abound. The Clarendon opened
on Saturday evening with a dinner-dance,
and among the Phllndelphtnns in at
tendance were Mr. nnd Mrs. Mntthcw
Bender nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, Oeorge Thome.
A number of yachts stopped here this
week en route to Palm Beach. Miss Lil
lian Roberts, or Philadelphia. In tho
guest of Captnln nnd Mrs. Thomas John
son nbonrd the Vlvla.
Miss Harriet Lynch Is tho guest of
Miss Lydla Wlllntowskl nt her winter
Mr. Daniel Lees, also of Philadelphia,
Is Bpendlng somo time nt the Ridge
wood. Miss Minn G. Zerbo and Miss Annn
Lewis Hood nre spending the enrly winter
nt the Despland. Mr, and Mrs. Charles
S. Hlnchmnn have taken apnrtmcnts at
tho Bennett, where they will spend the
Dr. and Mrs. Richard Souder, who nro
touring Florida, nro spending several
weeks In Dayton.
Mr. M. A. White and Mr. P. C. Clif
ford aro nt the Despland.
Mr. nnd Mra. W. F. Sturges, of HO
North Blot street, entertained a number
of friends nt dinner In honor of Mr.
Sturges' birthday. Those present were Mr.
nnd Mrs. 11. Ksslck, Mr. nnd Mrs. H.
Clough, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Trolcr, Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. II. Sturges, Miss Helen Sturges,
Mr. B. Esslck, Miss Idn Sturges. Miss E.
Frnncls, Miss E. Porter. Miss E. Sturges,
Miss IC. Porter, Mr. C. Hurtzel, nnd Mr.
What's Doing Tonight
Northeaet Manual Training Hlsh School din
ner. Colonnade Hotel: 7:.tO o'ejock.
, Prof elonal .Women's Club dinner, Colonnide
Hotel: T:30 o clock.
University Cxtenelon lecturs by Frank
Rpe&lrht. of London, nn "The Pickwickian At
llath,'' Withenpoon 1111: 8 o'clock.
Public lecture on "Preprednei Against
Wr." by Oeorge W.Nnamyth. director World
1'euce Foundation. Friend' Meeting Houto.
1.1th and Itace itreeta; 8 o'clock.
Public lecture on "Memory Training," bv
Henry J. Sutton, New York, Central 1. M.
C. A.; 8 o'clock.
Dramatic recital In aid of Pollili relief fund,
Samuel A. King, llryn Mawr College; H o'clock.
Founders and Patriot of
League: A o'clock.
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ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
JOfJIAH WHITg A SONB COIHIMHVI
M. W. I'AHTniDCJB A. D, CUBIUNC
OPEN NOVEMDEH TO MAY
B minute to country club: two IS. hole golf
courte: tennl; dancing, aultea with bath and
leeplng porchea. Noted for It excellent cuisine.
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Addrea New York Offlce, 8 Weal 40th St.
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CLUB DANCES SCHEDULED
FOR TONIGHT AND TOMORROW '
Terpsichoreans Will Hold' Affair at Adelphia ToraoPf '
row Evening Kirkwood Country Club Will Meet J 4
Tonight in West Philadelphia Hall
rpHH Tcrpslchoreana will hold the third
A. dance of their aerlofl tomorrow evening
In the Gold Hoom of the Adclphln. The
Committee In chargo Is made up of Mr
Ki 3. IJImbrnuer, president: Mr. J. P.
Cullough, treasurer, Mr. O. II. Knnuer,
nsnlntnnt trensurcr; Mr. J. R. Pierce, sec
retory,' Mr, P. Henderson, assistant sec
retary; Mr. II. Klnscy Kerr nnd Mr.
C. U. Wolflnger, The patronesses are
Mrs. II. Ulrnbrauor, Mrs. J. II. Drooks,
Mrs. A. Henderson, Mrs. l- J. Kerr, MH
V. Henderson, Mrs. CJ. H. Knnuer, Mrs.
M, II. McCulloua-h, Mrs, F, J. Schlalch
nnd Mrs. C. E. WoMnger.
The Kirkwood Country Club will hold
Its dnnce this evening In Chnrles J. Coll
nnd Sons' Drawing Itooms nt 22 Mouth
40th street. Those who have ncccpted In
vitations to attend nre Mr. .tohn H. K
flcott, Mr. William S Vnre, Mr. Kdwln
H. Vnro, r. William II. Wilson. Mr.
V. Froelnnd Kendrlck, Mr. John P. Con
nelly, Mr. Jnmes M. Hnzlctt, Mr. Joseph
P. nogers, Mr, John M. Patterson, Mr
Jnmcs P. McNIchol nnd a number of
others. The commlttco In charge, con
sisting of Mr. Edwnrd P. Carney, chair
man; Mr. C. Ilnrry Cowley, Mr. Leo Ilcf
fcrman. Mr. Chnrles P. Deeney, Mr.
Frnnk X. McDonald nnd Mr. Charles W.
Leonnrd, hn-a worked to mako this ono
of tho best dances of tho season.
The Kousseau Club held Its nnnual In
stallation of officers at tho regular
300 Pairs Winter Calfskin
and Dressy Cloth-Top
Sturdy blnck calfskin,
loco models and dressy
cloth top styles. Beauti
ful shoes at a very low
SALE of SATIN SLIPPERS
Also Patent, Kid, Bronze, etc.
All of Geuting Standard at
The 5-torca of
' mi x '
T J& ipv
Every Foot Professionally Fitted Three Geuting Brothers
What Napoleon Probably
IT IS the morning of his coronation. Citizen-General
Bonaparte is about to become Napoleon the First,
Emperor of France. The world has turned topsy
turvy. A little bourgeoise colonel rules in the halls of
the Louis. What emotions must be surging through
that strange, implacable brain.
Paris is a riot of bunting, the streets tremble
under the tread of regiments; through the open win
dow he can hear the distant buzzing of the exuberant
His mouth twitches; he strives to conquer the
smirk of satisfaction that tugs at his lip corners. The
valets appear. They garb him in his royal habiliments.
His eyes dwell fondly upon the splendid ermine-lined
Does he visualize the ascendency of a mightier
dynasty than history has yet known? Does his pro
phetic brain pierce the distant curtails of the horizon?
What means this dilation of proud nostrils, the tensing
of that wide-swung jaw? Is Napoleon setting the
universal chessboard for another Titanic game?
You can bet your life not. It is dollars to crullers
that he's thinking of the old gang at Ajaccio saying
to himself: "How I wish they could see me now; they
would laugh when I said I would 'get there.' Mpn
Dieu, but I'd give a lot if 'Skinny LaFitte or 'Red'
give a lot if
D jPont would stick his head in the door at this partic
Great men are only great in big ways. Crowns
cannot change human nature. There's mighty little
difference between the kinfolk of grandfather Adam.
Copttight oy Currier PubKaJUn? Co.
Copyright by Herbert Kaufman,
The Herbert Kaufman Weekly
Page Appears in
PUBLIC ifiBh : LEDGER
weekly meeting, when tho following w
Installed In office! Mr. George J. BUrfl-
son, liresldcnt; Mr. Hownrd 11. Kates,
vice president: Mr. IC Charles Selgel, ,
secretnry, nnd Mr. Leon J. Slonlmskr, A
trenaurer. Mr. Slonlmsky reported prog- '
ress for tho nnnual dance, which will b
given at Mnrtcl's on Mnrch 9. '
Mr Hurrlson announced the fo11owlrtg
comtnlttcCB! Membership Mr, H.H Kates, '
cnnirman; Jir. p. i. saturen and Mr.
Kornfeld. Program Mr. H. J.
sky, chairman; Mr. Cupersmlth, M Mr. 4
witchell Fow nnrt Mr. Charles Lam
bert. Entertnlnment Mr. Bamuel Kom
feld, clmlrmnni Mr. Chnrloa I. Woormatv ?
Mr. David S. Cupersmlth, Mr, Bernard ';
llrody and Mr. Leon J. Slonlmsky, j
Mr. Isaac M. Burrlson has been ndmlt
tcd Into tho club and received the first ?
Miss Pcnrl Uurnstlne, of 127 North 10th
street, entertained tho Unique Club At
her residence. Tho club Is making etab
orate preparations for tho bazaar and
dnnce, to ho given on February 2, nt lha
Oladstono Club rooms, southwest corner
ICtli street and Susquehanna avenue, for
tho benefit of tho war sufferers. Tho i
next meeting will bo held nt 'tho home. I
of tho Miss Jean Baron nnd Miss Itaa "'
Ilaron, COO South Sth street.
Mrs. Charles Dalrymple, of 5006 Marvin
street, Lognn, will entertain her card
club on Monday nftcrnoon, January 24.
One of the
Famoua ahoea I
'Skinny' LaFitte or 'Red
aoum; tha uunswut at Ulr