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(0y WYNNE IS INTERESTED
fflUlght in Newport and Will Make Formal Debut
Here in iNovemioer utner Matters
.it.t,Y m the little debs of ench
fSffenerally wo subjects for dim
r In the Newport debut of Luclie
E?mi daushter of WWio carter una
fester of Mrs. WiHtam C. Car-
th!a city. IaicIIo l spending; the
j.t Newport with her mother,
JLirire Brooke, nt her villa., but
Sar will glvo the tttco toniRlu in
Fir . l. ..itin mm trefoil, nn It la
SfTher are to bo about 300 gueBtn,
ij debutantes from New York
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JiHTlnJ been reoted MPecla,'y for
WMWn'.. . ,,,1. rilv wm tnko
L. 'Tuesday. November 14, at a
5."' rive by her father at tho Rltz
V, A number of functions will also
Sa (or nor by her mother, Mrs,
&,, Besides this, her grandmother.
?Caftr, and Ior aunts, Mrs. Joo
Ud Mn, Plckerman, of Now York,
?Lri to entertain for her, so you Beo
IJL jTfry prospect of an cxccedlnsly
Khj ll quite a horsewoman and may
igWbe ecn at the bIiowb heio, for she
2 a ret lntoreat In sports. She Is
2jjl pa her cousin, Cprnella Lcldy,
TSke Cornelia, who takes after tho
lit Wo of tho family and la rathor
!7wfi" ' dark and very mUch Ilk8
f fclhtr. B ,1U ' in"-" niniuiij.
"rimces In her younn mo, jiorimpa
the most thrilling any one could
fl Wd Uve through; in that eho was
HWfW n hoard tno Titanic, ana
Jitf brother and parenta waa saved
in awful death on that novor-to-bo-
ilm trip. The Regglo Vanderbllta
MU'lIn her a 'dinner boforo tho danco
llj,. Mrs. William DUston will on
urttlA before tho danco for Paulino.
il)i Ned Tages reached homo last
fjfo I understand, in timo for tho fu
m of their llttlo son, doorgo Tucker
Xwhtra Pwo, which took place Monday.
W yere In Banff, Can., when tho sum
liBicanw, and rushed homo by trnln as
iftupoHlWe. Both little girls ware at
&J In the somo way. I understand
ifU due to something which all thrco
Mkton hd eaten which affected their
tfcU. Tho Httlo girls who hod not
lien .very much of tho food aro well
th road to recovery, but tho llttlo boy
)$id not be saved. Mr. and Mrs. Tago
id been gons a month on a motor trip
lnjugh California and Canada. It was
rttJtily a sad home-coming and tho
wpajhy ot their frlondg Is universal. I
lderetand that tho some sort of poison
i ftttwked one of tho Emory Mc
Ichael's children some two years ago,
it the. little one recoverod.
Mn' ttd Mn. Thomas Newhall and their
mltr, of the Old Place, Ithan, left yeateri
ftjfor Winter Harbor, Me, whero they
W Uken a cottage for the summer.
Hf.'H. H. Rosenjarten and his daughter,
n-'btls Neilson, and her daughter, Mtss
arh C Kelleon, left yesterday for North
xt'Htrbor, Mo., where MUs Nellson will
(SI Kr, and Mrs. George Wharton Pepper
intuit Lodge. Mr. Itosongarten and
VN!lson wilt Join Mrs, Itosengarten at
Kra Oeorre W. Carr. of 900 Pine street,
J iart returned from Hoxsle, R. I., i hero
vwi the guest of her brother, Mr. Jo
sh 0. rotter.
HIM Dorothy Meeke, of Cynwyd, will
1 a ftrden party today at her home In
WTjCf Miss Dorothy Allen, of Blrmlng
m, Ala., who Is the guest of Mlsa Myra
UtiHM, of 300 nochelle aenuo, Wlssa
on. .Miss Wartman will entertain at
wwon. followed by bridge, ln honor of
Iklr'8' 'n TuMday atternoon.
f. end Mrs. Henry W. Strover, of 3D
t walnut Jane, Oermantown, announce
'MWrtment of their daughter, Miss El
aoda Strover, to Mr. William B, Al-
'Along the Main Line
jCRION.-Mrs. Wadsworth Baylon, of
. after a month's visit In Maryland
JiWlnla and a two weeks' stay with
ku.ni" Un- Darton " Wftck, of South
an avenue, returned to her home yes-
nSPZrYr- and Mra- Benjamin H.
a irm il?. Lln'lr road, have gone to
Hl Falls for the remainder of the
?d.?,rt.Mrh.J' ailoert Lowener and
Mjhtr, Miss Ethel Merlan Lowener,
oe etreet, left the city this week for
w ire, Pa., where they will spen4 a
trrIZn D.unn' Jr- has returned to Pel.
IwliV.1.9' vUlt,nK h' eUtr. Mrs.
JJWW. Butterwortn. at her cottage In
"?5 Club' of Tl0. wo-8 "ter
r the week-end In Ocean City at
wS?Jin w8 a Kues of the club.
llitnt,wr8 Mr- Barclay Fox, Mr,
& r- John OtnmtU. Mr. John
. Mr. Sam,ul Orth and Mr, Herbert
il f'and Mies Mary Bhertel
tliii w ?',ima w,,h Ml8S Shertel'a
M H w' shrtel. in Atlantic City.
Mrs Edward B.
?nrh n.. j
U? ? Tr Edward B. Leiyts and
llifv?orth Greenwood avenue, left
,iv v uikuwwo avenue, je
S.v Lv?X'r tQP Dennlsvllle. N, J.,
jMy will remain until September.
JS? Bell and her children. Miss
Ha.'22Se!5.1,r tnm a three weeks'
g-wcean city, if, j,
wfc. Jv WsiUace. Mr Oeorge B. WaU
flS. ab," Wallace and Mis Edith
t, T.t'. !Llm Wes Susquehanna ave
i i!?;in th iwmir at tbelr cot
l!rfa. 3,.V,rFlnI RV""W. Atlantic
Ew rnrY u f?turn October I. They
SCo,M?Calhrln Colean. Miss
S3... " Myi Of Philadelphia, as
Ig' over this week-end.
3p5'.rgarJ Magulre. of 183 JIaro.
SSm VA Un- w W Brown, of
& 4 ,?et havo taken a bungalow
Point, K J, tqr ths month of
2fiSB Pawaun. of 2S43 Korth
ii,re;' Will Sl A $ iHMw,
IN JJJWBUT OF FHILADELPHIAN
Iter of Mr. William E. Carter Will Be Given a Dance
tHuf of.Mlss A'lce Brynes, of 2S19 North
Miss Irene Eldrldge, of a241 North Syd
enham street Is 8pcnrt,nK her vactlon with
friends nt Wlldwood, N. J,
Miss Florence Gregg, of 1934 Hamilton
street, Is at Newport, R I., to remain for
. MrJ Charles C. Bennett and her daugh
ter, Miss Harriet M, Bennett, of rtoxbor
ough, have tnken an apartment at Atlantic
City for this month and next. Mr. Charles
u, Dennett will spend the week-ends nt the
Miss Hntlto A. Porter, supervisor of St.
Timothys Hospital, has returned from n
stay In Rochester, N. Y. MIbs Eva Simon
ton, superintendent of tho hospital, Is spend
Ing a short time at Whltcmarsh.
r,Jtrs ollv,cr S Keely and her daughter,
Mis') Dorothy Keelv. and Mrs. nn.ii.1 wni.
mar Keely, of Lyceum nvenue, are Bpcndlng
mo Bunnner at ucean guy, N. J.
The sixth subscription band concert.
under tho auspices of tho Tuenty-llrst
ir.wu uuuru 01 xrnue, was item Thursday
evening at Gorgns Park.
Miss jrene Thompson, of Qre6n fjine, Is
inn bmcsi oi wrs. caboll Tyndal, nt her
cottage nt Kogles Mere,
TAKE PLACE TODAY
Miss Lorna Megargee Becomes
Bride of Lieutenant Cook,
U. S. N.
The marriage of Miss Lorna D. Meimrir
and Lieutenant Commander Harold Carle
Cook, U. S. N., took placo at noon today at
me nomo or miss Megargeo's slstor, Mrs.
j.erDert m. Tlldon, in Oermantown. Tho
ceremony was performed by tho Rev, James
. u. iNisuett, u. n , rector of Chr 1st Church
Chapel. Miss Megargoo, who was given In
marriage by Mr. Harold W. Sharp, wore a
gown or white tarreta and Georgette crepe,
with a beaded bodice. The rose point lace,
veil was hold In place by a band of pearls
nnd arranged with orange blossoms. She
carried orchids and lilies of thn vnliev.
Miss Miriam Megargee attanded her sister as
mniu or honor; her gown was of white
taffeta, covored with silk voile.
Lieutenant Commander B. A. Long,
U. S. A., actod as best man.
As tho wcddlnR waa a nuiat ono nnlv ih.
Immediate families attended the ceremony
a quiet weaaing took place today at
IrfuociocK when Miss Grace Albert, daugh
ter of Mrs Hdard Albert, of E151 Ger
mantown avenue, became the bride of
Mr. ueorge L Crulkehank. The ceremony
was performed by tho Rev. Wayne Chan
nel!, in tne Methodist Episcopal Church on
Ashmead street, Oermantown.
Miss Albert wore a gown of white
silk and chiffon; her tulle veil wns edged
with orange blossoms and sho carried a
shower bouquet of white roses.
Mrs. Qeorge Harrison attended tho brldo
ns matron of honor.
Mr. Crulkshank had Mr. George Harrison
as his best man. After a wedding Journey
Air. ana Airs, crulkshank will llvo at 0151
The marriage of Miss Mario A. Hahn.
daughter of Mr, Howard II. Hahn, of 2310
North Nineteenth street, to Mr. Llnford R.
Sturts, will take place thlH evening at the
home of the officiating clergyman, the Rev.
II. E. Hand, of the York Street Methodist
Episcopal Church, and will be followed by
a reception for the Immediate families tit
tho home of tho brido's father. Mr. and
Mrs. Sturts will spend the remainder of the
summer traveling and will be at home
after September 1, at 22:6 Page street.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Ilersoh, of Seventy
sixth street and Bartrn.ni avenue, announce
tho engagement of their daughter, Miss
Rose Hersch, to Sir. Bernard Sherman, of
Island road and Bartfam avenue. The en
gagement of Miss Rose Wolff, of Yonkers,
N. Y., to Mr. Solomon Hersch, brother of
Miss Rose Hersch, Is also announced. A
reception will be given ln honor of their
children tomorrow evening at the home of
Mr. and Mfs. Hersch.
Mrs. Charles H. Plach and her daughter,
Miss Margaret Helen Flach, of 256 South
Felton street, will leave Tuesday for
Bowers Beach, Del, Mr, Flach will leave
for Bowers Beach next Saturday, where he
will remain with his family until Septem
Miss Mollie Welnstoln and Miss Fannie
Abranhoff, of 308 North Salford street, will
motor today to Atlantic City, where they
wilt spend several weeks. They will stop
at the Seabrlght.
Mr, and Mrs. J, P. Cunningham and
family, of E824 Belmar Terrace, have gone
to Newport, R. I., to remain until Septem
A birthday party was given by Mr, and
Mrs. Chares Alnis, of 3408 South Eighty
second street, last Sunday, In honor of the
18th birthday of their son, Mr. Leo Alnis.
Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Campbell,
Miss Margaret Lombardo, Miss Mildred
Lombardo. Miss Catherine McDevItt, Miss
Mario McDevItt. Miss Emma Alnis, Mlaa
Agnes McDevItt. Miss Marie Devilln, Mr.
George Cheedy, Mr. George McDevItt, Mr,
Charles Alnis, Jr. Mr. Bernard .Buonglorna
acted as toastmaster,
MISS MARY PEAESON
Mr. and Mrs. II. Cochran, of S South
siitiethstreet, entertained a number of
friends Thursday evening honor of their
eueat. Mtea Mry Pearson, of Detroit,
Mtch!: $o ha. been visiting' relatives la
MUaPearaon will leave for U shore tor
.dav whtre shi will Pd several weeks
blfc. W1M to West. Mr and Mr.
r SJtm w3y tomwrow for a rek-.
m4, k tb jusmatohiji.
B t jf, jF-tatt-Jl'te'rw" .S iiiiH IB
EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATTJKDAY, AUGUST 5,
MISS LUCILE POLK CARTER
Miss Carter, who in tho daughter
of Mr. William E. Carter, will be
introduced tonight in Newport at
ft danco which her fnther will glvo
in her honor. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Reginald Vnnderbilt will entertain
at dinner for MIbs Carter before
RED CROSS WORK
PROGRESSING AT SHORE
JMnny New Members Have Joined
Class at Cape May
CAPE MAY, Aug. 6
Thursdny morning found tho members of
tho Red Cross class hard nt work on the
porch of the golf club. Among the now
members aro Mrs. John Blaketey, Mrs. Wil
liam N. Morlce, Miss Kathorlno Deorlng,
Mrs. J. H. R. Tlmanus, Miss Harriet Heber
ton, Mis Rena Dlmond. Miss Marguerite
Dlmond, Mis. Frederlo Harding and Mrs.
Mrs. John Gates has closed her cottage
and gone to Maine,
Mr. C. C. Plnckney Norrla and his daugh
ter will arrive In a few days' to spend the
remainder of August nt the Stockton Villa.
Mrs. Clarence Bartlett will also be a
guest at the Stockton Villa.
Miss Nancy Jefferys has returned from a
visit to Buck Hill Falls and brought with
her Miss Mary Nowbold, of Springfield ave
nuo, St. Martin's, who will bo her guest for
a fortnight. Miss Nowbold Is tho daughter
of Mrs. Gcorgo R. Newbold,
Mr. Reginald Oatcs, ono of tho most en
thusiastic members of the Plays and Play
ore' Club, has arrived for a fortnight's stay
at tho Chalfonto.
Mrs. H. Sklpwlth Cnnnell has gone to the
New Monmouth Hotel, where she will be the
guest of her slstor, Mrs. William F. Milton,
of Now York.
WILDWOOD. Aug. B.
A beach party was given last Wednesday
evonlng by Mr. nnd Mrs. W, M. Beers, of
Wlldwood, N, J., In honor of Miss May
Claeland, of Highland Park, and Miss
Naomi Wareham, of Philadelphia. Among
those present were Miss Catherine Carter,
Miss Catherine Carey, of Camden; Miss
Grace Cleclnnd, Mrs. L. Harrison, of Wild
wood; Mr. and Mrs. J. Reeves Stokes, Jr.,
of Lansdown; Mr. A. McVerty, Mr. G.
Bearty, of Camden; Mr, H. Brower, Mr.
II. Bonno, Mr. E. Crowe, of Philadelphia;
Mr. L. Harrison, of Wlldwood, and Mr. H.
M. Wllgus, of Media.
Tho evening was spent In dancing, toast
Ing marshmallows, eating watermelon and
bathing In tho ocean.
Miss Naomi Wareham and Mr. Ellsworth
Crowe, of Philadelphia, have been the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Reeves Stokes,
Jr., of Lannlowne, at tholr summer cottage.
Mr. nnd Mrs J. Wenccslas Woller and
their family, of 3014 Kensington avenue,
Aramlngo, Philadelphia, have left for
Wlldwood, where they will spend the sum
mer at their cottage, 120 Pine avenue.
OCEAN CITY. Aug. 5.
Those who have been (limed can Imagine
the Joy of the young people hore who are
now undergoing this experience. The re
sort's moving-picture contest Is over nnd
tho winners are Jubilant The leading
woman ln the picture will be Miss Marlon
Harris and the leading man will be Mr.
Maurice Foster. The leading part In the
Juenlle class will be taken by Master John
Gessler. Those who will have a place In
the picture beside those already named In
clude Miss Violet Marshall, Miss Blanche
Stevenson, Mlaa Marie Green, Mr. Alfred
Otto, Mr. Voorbees Anderson and Mr. Guy
Worthlngton, MaBter John GeBsIer. Miss
Alice Rutherford, Master Laurence Stedem,
Miss Edna Haverstlck 'and Miss Gessler,
Mr. Ewlng Corson and Mr. Harry Ross.
Mr. James H. Simpson, of West Philadel
phia, Is In charge of the arrangements.
Mrs. N. M. Seabrease and her sor
Master Paul Seabrease. of Oraver's lane,
are ln York Harbor, Me., and will stay
for the rest, of the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Marsden, of 111 Mer
maid lane, and Miss Mary Hebard haw
gone to Atlantic City for the month of
Mrs. Louis Posner and her son, Master
S. Reuben Posner, are spending several
weeks with relatives In Chicago.
The Flvelblp Excelsior has arranged for
a week-end trip to Wlldwood, N. J. The
members of the club are Mr. Herman A,
Farber, Mr. Dald A. Verblt. Mr. Paul Llsst.
Mr, Harrry Browen and Mr. William H.
Mr. A. C. Levy, of the Flvelblp Excelsior,
will leave today for Atlantic City, where
he will spena several aays.
Mrs. Abraham Strauss and her daughter,
Miss Bessie Strauss, of v.o aoUTli street,
have left for Atlantic City, where they will
spend some time at the Imperial Hotel.
Th members of the IC K, Klub were en-
.orialned at tho home Of Mrs. John Moore.
1820 South Thlrty-flrst street, last Tuesday.
The guests present were Sirs. Otors? D.
Craig, Mrs. John Moore, Miss Emma Peter
n Miss Natalie Craig. Mr. Robert Lynch.
Mr, Calvin Craig, Mr. John Moore, Mr, Fred
Schauffle and Mr. George Moore.
Miss Frances Schmidt entertained the
Ameta Girls' Club last Tuesday. Miss
Corlnne Dickenson, of Clifton Gorge. Va.,
and Mrs. J. D. Stair, of Knoxville, Tenn,
who are visiting this city, were at the
meeting. Mrs. Stair will be remembered as
Mlsa Hasel W, Gray, of Philadelphia. All
members were present except Miss Edna
Stens and Miss Florenae natulan, who are
spending a fortnight at the Delaware Water
Mr Karl Q. Lindberg and Mr, John
J. McDevItt are spending a fortnight at the
Cresraont Country Club, Blackwood, N. J..
They will remain at the club until August
12. when they wli return to the city. Mr.
Lindberg will later leave for Chicago,
Mr. Morris B. Hymaii Is spending a week
at Atlantic City as the guest of Mr, and
Mrs. J. Mandel at their cottage.
pr and Mrs. Harry S. Snyderman, of
1930 North Seventh street, are receiving
congratulations on the birth of a daughter,
Selraa. EUnore Snyderman, on July 22.
Mr and Mrs. William Kohn, of 802 North
Second street, are receiving congratulations
on too birth, of a daughter. Lucille Kohn, on
Scouts Investigate Quali
fications of Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITT, Aug. B. Scouts have
been busy here during the last week, visit
ing the "nlekel-and-dlmo" stores, salt-water
tnffy factories nnd tho restaurants where
females attend to tho wants of customers.
They are In search of young girls with n
posstblo fancy for stage life, there being a
dearth of available material to supply tho
demnnds for "merry-merry" chorus girls for
tho coming seanon Chorus girls are scarcer
than munition workers, and If tho demand
In not filled from cities outside of New
York and Philadelphia tho girls who have
been doing duty ln musical comedies for
jenrs will be able to command any salary
they may ask for next season An unusual
number of musical comedies of tho "glrlle
glrlle" type nro to be sent on the road next
season, tho majority of producing man
agers having a hunch that the public uant
the light and frothy style of entertainment
this year. Burlesque companies, which now
carry from 18 to 30 chorus girls, have
drawn heavily on tho supply, It being esti
mated that at least 2000 girls wilt bo re
quired to nil tho ranks of the companies on
the three circuits now In existence ! tabloid
musical oomedles plnylng In tho popular
price vaudevllto houses will require n small
army of agile and pretty girls, and with tho
big extravaganzas scheduled for an all
season run ln New York getting the pick
of tho experienced girts many a manager
will bo compelled to break In now girls,
There has been ns much wlro-pulllng hero
by competing managers to sign up chorus
girls during tho last two weeks as nt a
notional presidential convention.
An unusual numbor of Philadelphia
actors and actresses havo been summering
bore, many of whom hnd been lured nway
from this city by resorts near New York
In tho last few years. When conditions
wero bad ln tho theatrical business It waa
necessary for people to bo In tho vicinity
of New York city so that thev could make
a round of the various agencies every day
or two In order to sccuro engagements for
the coming season New methods have
been adopted In tin booking of vaudovlllo
acts, personally appointed agents securing
long routes for performers without their
prosence In the metropolis, nnd legitimate
actors nnd actresses do not liae to llvo ln
New York during tho torrid summer months,
as they are awnre of tho fact that man
agers know their particular type and will
send for them If they need their services
for new plays or old successes. Of course,
there Is a vast army of professionals doing
tho dally posing nnd parading on Broad
way, but Atlantic City has reaped a rich
harvest this summer from thentrlcal peoplo
who wisely Invested a portion of their win
ter savings In a summer vacation nt this
After much discussion on the subject a
number of theatrical people, barn and raised
In the Quaker City, have made up their
minds that a city which gave Edwin For
rest, the Drew family and numerous other
stars to tho stage In olden days, and later
Oeorge W. Monroe, Walter Kelly, Eddie
Wynne, Billy Fields. Harry Fern, Tommy
Grady, Joo Mitchell nnd hundreds of others,
should be placed on tho theatrical map.
This band of show people have therefore
agreed that during tho coming season, when
registering nt hotel! throughout tho country,
they will place Philadelphia on the hotel
book Instead of New York, as Is customary
with actors and actresses.
After completing their preliminary ar
rangements for next season a number of
New York mnnngers spent the week here
taking one solljl woek of recreation before
entering on the strenuous duties of a the
atrical season All of them are more san
guine than over ove'r tho prospects for tho
season opening on Labor Day. Reports from
overy section of the country Indicate a de
cided deslro for theatrical attractions, and
hundreds of theatres used exclusively for
motion pictures during the Inst three years
will play nothing but theatrical combina
tions next season.
A few wise managers are delaying the
opening of their companies until tho mid
dle of September, claiming that there will
bo such a mad rush for coin at the open
ing of the aoason that the public will
be surfeited and not give all attractions the
amount of business necessary to make a
tour successful. Quite a few professionals
here will not be called nway for rehearsals
until tho middle of Septomber, with an
opening two or three weeks later, and they
will linger hero and enjoy the beauties of
the best month In the year at a seaside
William Locker, treasurer of the Glrard
Theater. Is a weekly visitor, the noncloalng
of that house necessitating his taking his
vacation In homeopathic doses.
Billy Hart ran down for a few days dur
ing a three days' lay-off of the vaudeville
team of Marie and Billy Hart. He exhib
ited a shirt of unusual design, gorgeously
decorated with roses as big as those used
Mike Needham, a Phlladelphlan and the
youngest old clog dancer In the world, is
spending the few Idle days he has ln this
city. He has met with success In "Tango
Shoes" and Is re-engaged for that same
vaudovlllo noelty for next season. He is
accompanied by his 'wife, professionally
known as Vivian Wood
Joe Mitchell, of Qulnn and Mitchell, Is
spending his summer In Philadelphia, pre
paring for the team's starring tour In "The
Funny Mr. Dooley," but he manages to put
In week-ends here.
Ethel Golden, who maintains a home In
Philadelphia een when she Is singing syn
copated melodies in vaudeville theaters
throughout the county, is here for the
month of August.
Walter Davidson, formerly director of
the orchestra at the W.l'nut Street Theater,
but now located In New York, Is meeting
many of his friends during his week's va
Desmond Place, formerly of the Walnut
and Lyric Theaters, has purchased a home
In Ocean City and will upend the balance
of the summer there,
Frank Stroud, assistant treasurer of the
Forrest Theater, Is cruising around the
water of Barnegat Bay during his vacation
time, but expects to stop here next week
on the last leg of his Journey home in
order to open that house on Labor Day,
Summering at Ocean City, the quiet resort
across the bay from here, are Charles Wan
amaker, manager of the Garrick; Lynn
Hardy, of the Lyrlq and Adelphl; Walter
Stewart, of the Adelphl; Fergus McCuaker,
of the Forrest; George Fish, formerly man
ager of Forepaugh's Theater, but now a
resident of Cincinnati; James Simpson, a
moving-picture magnate, and William Gane,
assistant manager of the Walnut Street
Louis Lustman, who has led orchestras
ln the Nixon theaters for 17 years, is tak
ing a real vacation of two months, but will
be back in harness in Philadelphia next
season. BOB WATT,
Woodsldo Park announces another double
free attraction bill for the coming week.
Van. Norman, tho "death-defying bicycle
rider," enters upon the last week of his
engagement tomorrow. Tho new attraction
U D Dio's Circus, a vaudeville act fea,
turing trained animals that a known along
Thomas F Shannon opens an engage
ment with his baud this week, replacing
Alexander1 Concert Band Baby show is
announced as the special feature Tuesday
The warm weather, coupled with the special
free attractions, has made Woodslde more,
popular than ever, not only with the Fatr
mouat Park habitues, but with those who
come especially to enjoy the amusement
XEW FEATVRB FILMS
STANLEY Clco Rldgety and Wallace Reld
In The House of the Golden Windows,"
by Charles Sarvcr, a Lasky-Paramount
production; De Wolf Hopper In "Poor
Pnpa," comedy, news films nnd an easy
chair scenic Journey to the Water Gap,
for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. Second
half of week! Marie Doro nnd Theodore
Roberts In "Common Ground" (Frohman),
written by Marlon Fairfax and directed
by William C DeMllleJ Mr. nnd Mrs.
Sidney Drew In a Metro comedy, "Pre
paredness," and an educational feature.
ARCADtA First half of tho weok: Charles
Ray, Frank Keenan nnd LoUUe Glaum In
the Trlnnglo feature, "Honor thy Name,"
ahd tho Hth episode of Billy Burke In
"Gloria's Romance." Second half: Mao
Marsh nnd Robert Harron In Triangle
romantic feature, "The Marriage of
PALACE Tlrst half of week! Cleo
Illdgely and Wallace Reld ln "A Selfish
Woman," a Lasky-Paramount feature, by
Hector Turnbull ; tho 12th eplsodo of
"Gloria's Romance," and Charles Chaplin
In "One A. M" Second half of week
"Under Cover," with Hazel Dawn nnd
Owen Moore. Saturday, Charles' Chaplin
ln "Ono A. M" ndded.
VICTORIA Monday and Tuesday, Dorothy
Olsh In Triangle feature, "Tho Little
Schoolma'am," and Charles Chaplin ln
"Ono A. M " Wednesday nnd Thursday,
Besslo Love nnd DeWolf Hopper In Trl
nnglo feature, "Strnnded," with Chaplin
continued Wednesday, and Drew Comedy
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, "The
Devil at His Elbow," with Dorothy Green
nnd Clifford Bruce, a Popular Plays and
Plajcrs fenture. Chaplin reappears Sat
KEITH'S Laura Hopo Crews, the eminent
legitimato star ln an exceptional playlet,
"Hor Husband's Wlfo" ! Alberttna Rnsch
nnd her Ballet Divertissement; Ben Dcely
and Lillian Steelo ln a new version of
'The Now Bellboy"; Gcorgo M. Rosener,
monologlst; Isabell D'Armand, assisted by
Bobby O'Nell, In "A Deml-Tasse Rovuo" ;
Four Readings, Jugglers of human beings;
Williams nnd Segal, ln "At Bug Junc
tion"; Bolger Brothers, banjolsta; Fred
and Lydla Weaver, with tholr latest In
vention, "The Octopus," and the Bellg.
Tribune News Pictorial.
NIXOX'B ORAND Allman Loader and
Company ln "Fun on tho Farm," "Skcets"
Fire to Ewrybodr All the Time
Another Double Free Attraction
CLOSING Ml'.UK OF Til 15
GREAT VAN NORMAN
DEATH DKFYINO bioycli: niDEIt
Sl'KCIAT, r.NfiAOKMKNT or
De DIO'S CIRCUS
COMKOY nnd TKAINIH) ANIMALS
TWIt'K IAH,Y JSMJKIT HUMJAY
THOMAS 1'. SHANNON. Conductor
iriRBUOKKS KVIJUV FIIIUAY NIOIIT
QR A ND
llItOAD AND MONTOOS1KKY
I. fl. XUon-Nlrdllnrrr 0n. Mr.
Dally Matn. 10c. V.s. 7 a 0. lOo & 30o
The Girl in the Moon
MOmti:. O'llKIKN COrtMACK. CAITS
HiinillKKS, 11VVE KOT1I, MK. & MH.S.
run, i ii-s. VQ1.AN & MU.AN.
G BIG ACTS AND'PICTURES
OT A MI PV MAP.KET ABOVE 10TH
blAlNLH,! ii:i5 t0 n:i5
TODAY LAST TIMES
IN EXCLUSIVE SIIOW1NQ OP
"HULDA FROM HOLLAND"
rALAtL DONALD BRIAN
flrl"f Theater juNiPKntrra.
U1UUC YAVDBVILLB Continuous 11
A M to 11 P M lOo. IDo. 25c.
MUSICAL COMEDY IN M1NIATUHE
"SIX PEACHES AND A PAIR"
InUrprtted by Exceptionally Clever Company
lion IUII and Other Standard Act
r. - MARKET AUOVB 0T1I
V ICtOricl Irene Fenwick
In "Child of Daetlny"
Itoicoe Arbuckle In "Tho Waiters' lull
Added Viewa of "Historic Philadelphia"
Next Monday. Tueiday and Wednteday
CHARLIE CHAPLIN In "ONE A. M.'f
ARCADIA CAFE "nffiS"
Hurtado Bros. Royal Marimba Band
i'.SOWATNO DANOB UV3I0
EVERY EVENING AFTER 8 O'CLOCK
CHESTNUT Below 16TH
In "THE PAYMENT"
WAGNER DANCING SCHOOL
NIXON'S OHAND BLDO, 17B0 N. BROAD
8 dSSS Fr e Scholars Si.f1
And for the Advanced Dancers. Wad, Au;. IB.
V Private Lessons 12AN'0e0rn
School will be open to enroll pupils.
For any further Information Phone Dla 838
AnAAT3 SANITARY BWIMMlNa POOL
AJJAlUO ia s. IJKOAD ST.
PARTT NIGHTS MON . FKI AND 8AT.
LADIES- L QKNTLEMEN'3 UOURU DAILY.
OVERBROOK MD "DSiKTi
I ..1r 'a "HER SACRIFICE
Louise Lovely jfoR lqve"
SU De Wolf Hopper" "M&,
cSSSSr Harry McUoy - ttr,Vi
EUREKA imi 8T8'
Katharine Williams ,n 'mivV
PABnPN MD LANSDQWNE AVE.
LiAJvLJ&ll MAT, t. EVE., OiSO TO Jl
Bessie Eyton and Wheeler Oakman
in "THE CYCLE OF FATE"
Tha maximum ia cwnJOTt, iafct-j and amui-
strut lit tM Minimum jirtcs MATS. DAILY.
WM FOX PrenU VM FARNUM la
THE LH FROM BITTElt TftOOTS"
Gallagher and Irene Martin, De Pinna,
Qeorco Alexander, photoplays and other
OLOBE Tomls Allen and company In com
edy sketch, "Boarding School Girls":
Kompton Greene and Virginia Hennlnir In
'When the Clock Stopped"! "Five Beau
ties and a Spot," h musical comedy tab
loid; Itucker nnd Winifred In "The
"Chinaman and tho Coon," 'The Mer
chant Prince," "Tho Cabby" and other
CROSS RETS First half of week! "The
Girls From Kokomo," a musical comedy
tabloid; Isabella Itoberts, In songs! Sey
mour Felix nnd Flossie Hope In nong nnd
dance novelties; the Five Dunbars, Bctts
nnd Chldlow and Sylvia. Second half of
week: "Maid of the Movies," a musical
satire on the moving pictures; Harmon,
Zarnes and Dunn, In comedy ! Mabel
Johnson, ventriloquist! Polo and his Pals,
JohnRon Brothers and Johnson ! Keno and
WOODSIDE The Philadelphia amusement
area opposite Falrmount Park. Closing
week of the Great Van Norman, in a
bicycle diving act! special added engage
ment of De Dio's Circus, comedy and
trained animals; Shannon's Band,
Thomas F Shannon, conductor! Miss Ger
trude T Van Delnse, soprano, soloist j
Baby Show Tuesday.
RUES'A VISTA The new pleasure ground
on tho Delaware Blver front and ndjacent
to the Jersey terminal of the Gloucester
nnd Philadelphia ferry The Metropolitan
Orchestra, with A H Temmo ns director,
gives concerts every evening and on Sat
urday and Sunday afternoons. Hotel and
LINCOLN PARK Bathing and plcnlo
grounds overlooking Fort Mifflin and
League Islnnd Navy Tord. Beached by
steamer Slvan Dell which leaves Arch
street wharf at frequent Intervals.
Do You Know That:
Betty Nanscn has returned to Norway?
Nicholas Power and Thomas A. Ddlson
nro warm friends?
Thomas W Lawson wroto "Friday, the
13th" for World Film?
A camera has photographed objects six
MARKET 6 OUMIPCR STS.
In (ho Henrt of tho Shopping District
CONTINUOUS II A. M. TO 11 V. M.
ritici-s loc inr. We.
nntr.m r.ini.m nmr.m
IRVIMI C'OOPKll I'roenta THK
JOLLY ECCENTRIC COMMMKiNE
Assisted br A Clever Company, in THE
A Mmlcal Satire on Seminary Life
Idol of tho Motion rlcturo Screen
(Late JiiTsnlln Stars with Lubla Motion
Picture Company), In
"When the Clock Stopped"
ANI OTHKR IlKAI IXATUnKS
Market below colli Street
Mnl. Dally, 3:30 I Evening. 7 A 0
nest Heotl ... lOo I 10c. lttc. 20o
MONDAY. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
A BKEKZY SUMMER ATTRACTION
THE GIRLS FROM KOKOMO
A Melodious Tabloid Musical Comedy
Pretty Olrls Fanny Comedians
THURSDAY, FRIDAY nnd SATURDAY
Komelhlne Different In a Olrl Act
"MAID OF THE MOVIES"
MAKINO THE MOVIES WITH MUSIC
AND A WONDERFUL SURROUNDING)
VAUDEVILLE HILL OF MERIT
fel THEATER fcW
Prominent Photoplay Presentations
miniuiii - iJ - jiiMmMBfTfitii
nuiE following theaters obtain their pictures through tho STANLEY Booking
TVimnan which l"" guarantee of early showing of the finest productions.
...t-0.m.I,n"" w,!,c" .. lilli.. ..l.lt.lllnn A.W fop lfi th.ot.. In vnnr lwalll
obta nlng pictures througn mo smkui
1 DICIUrC IUII"" wv."";.w .T . i.V
lIHIMnni 12h, Morris & ViiranKX2
ALHAIuBKA wt. " Bt.a : EVK, 7 B
nuinmoii" Paramount Pictures.
BLANCHE SWEET ln "The Dupe"
BESSIE BARRISCALE in
a r"XY 1 r BID AND THOMPSON
APOLLO MATINEE DAILT
Keystone Comedy. Also Mutt and J Comedy.
rT Tl'i"YMrr B2D ABOVE MARKET
MARY PICKFORD id "Little Pal"
s-iT-rt r 60TU AND CEDAR AVE.
CEDAR PARAUOVST THEATER
Duatin Farnum "Cameo Kirby"
FAIRMOUNT saTU anod.rabd ave.
MYRTLE GONZALES in
IT HAPPENED IN HONOLULU"
II B WARNER in '"THE LOST PARADISE"
PICTURES OF FRANKFORD GUOCERh"
V 'EXCURSION TO ATLANTIC CITY
56TH ST. Theater MADA1E?
Below Spruce. Etc. T to 11
ANN PENNINGTON In "Susie Snowaake."
Metro MAX F1QMAN In "His Birthday Gift."
GERMANTOWN 8508 vTave.
PAULINE FREDERICK in
THE WORLD'S GREAT SNARE"
iinADn AVENUE THEATER
LllKAlvU 7TH AND OIRARD AVENUE
William H. Thompson divHw-
ALSO KEYSTONE COMEDY
IRIS THEATER ""jg,?""8
DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in
'FLIRTING WITH FATE"
X9TH AND DAUPHIN
CARLYLE BLACKWELL and MURIEL
OSTRICHE la SALLY IN OUR ALLEY"
DREW COMEDY MUTUAL WEEKLY
LAFAYETTE S9H KBN8ra2SgNOT
PEGGY HYLAND in
8AINT8 AND SINNERS'1
lUAflPP FORTY-FIRST AND
(riftJUC. LANCASTER AVENUE,
ANN PENNINGTON in
b. p. Kfimrs mim
Cliestmt ami Twetflh Struts
IAT r. M. NIOHT, ft V H
First Appearance In VntidetlHe
Laura Hope Crews & Co.
In ft Comedy Playlet
"HER HUSBAND'S WIFE'
The Viennese Tremler Dsncer
And Coryphee In Bullet Dtverlleemnt
Ben Dccly and Lillian Steele
Presenting "The New Dell floy"
GEORGE M. ROSENER
A Monologlst In Character Types
Isabell D'Armanil and Bobby O'NcH
Presenting "A Demi Tnine RtTne"
WILLIAMS ft SKOAL
FBF.D A LYDIA WEAVER
Market bet. 7th
Opens 10 A, M.
Closes 11,15 P.M.
We Have Contracted for
EVERY MONDAY OF
Wm. Fox Pictures
Monday Kelt Great Cnst In Grenl Day
7-MILE RIVER RIDE 5c
At THE TERMINAL
BUENA VISTA GARDEN
Metropolitan Concert Orchestra
A. II. TEMME. Director
Vocal Soloist Varied Amusement
Popular Frtee Restaurant
Balloon Ascension, Parachute Jump
Every Saturday at 3 P. M.
SuDcrlor Motor Shore Berries
Shortest Routes Best Roads
Where the Evening-
Can Be Seen
anvn T1.nf. 12th & Market Sis
J u m Im Theater, Front & Cllrnril Ae.
Summer lheater. Henslnrtoi
eret St.. Philadelphia.
nKM Mn.i.lian Thpnlpr. Sit
and Snyder Are.
louth Hti.. rhlla.
Keystone Theater, 10th, & South Hts
Plara Theater, nroail a) Torter 8ts,.. rhlla.
Victor Theater. Franklin Clearfield. Phlla.
Telham Thenter. OMh A Otn. Ave.. Plilla.
Century Theater, Marshal! and Erie, rhlla.
Stanley Theater. 16th Mrkl St., rhlla.
Tuxedo Theater. Philadelphia. Pa.
Empire Theater. FranWsrd. Philadelphia.
Ildxboroiigli Theater. Philadelphia. Pn.
West Allegheny Theater. Philadelphia.
Stanley Theater. 10th Market Hts.. Phlla.
Market St. T heoter. S83 Market St.. Phlla.
Cohockslnk Theater. Otli A Diamond. I'hlla.
Richmond Theater, . lllekmond S Clearfield
Hts., Philadelphia. ,
Falrmount Theater. Philadelphia, Ta.
Ontario Theater. Philadelphia. Pa.
Stanley Theater. 16th Market Sts., Phlla.
Overbrook Theater. Ud & llarerford Are.,
Philadelphia.. ... . . .
Foreoangh'a Theater. 8th & Raee Sti., Phlla.
Point llreeie Theater. Point llreexe Are, A
.MoitIk St.. Philadelphia.
Star Theater. 31st Mharton St.. Phlla.
MajAtlo Theater. Philadelphia.
Tlvoll Theater. 11th St, & Falrraoant.Ara..
liiinirivn rnMV.tWv.' " 1
L I B E R T Y ER0AD aS?lumbia
Margaret Landis and Henry King
in 'THE SAND LARK"
LOGAN THEATER "Vc
62D AND LOCUST
Mat. 1:30 and 3:30, loo.
Anita Stewart In 'The Darirjr of Diana." Next
Mon. & Tuu., Charlie Chaplin In "1 A, M'
Market St. Theater
Norma Talmadge ,n "m,ss,nUks-
PALACE 121i ARKET street
Donald Brian ,The SrnugglctV.
PARlf RIDQB AVE. A DAUPHIN ST.
rAPilV MAT. atlfl EVG M5 to It.
Triangle Presents DOROTHY GI8H and .,
OWEN MOORE In "nETTY OF GREYSTONlr
ALSO KEY8TONH COMEDY
nl I. C?J la "FATHERS
AYUUCtL Wiwuu OP HUN-
PIAITn OERMANTOWN AVE.
IVI's.LilV AT TULPEHOCKEN ST
FranU Keenan and Enid Markey in
UPTIFNT ,M MARKET STRBET.
ULUAN WALKER in
"1IESPBR OF THE MOUNTAINS'
RITDV MARKET STREET
- BELOW TTH STREET
OLGA PETROVA in
TUB ETERNAL; QUESTION"
harold Locmvooa may Allison ts
TUB RIVER OF ROMANCE"
TIOGA 'rcH AND "PS5aTfit
MARGUERITE CLARK in
"S1LKS3 AND SATINS"
Irena yeowkkta -A CWM of DtUir
Arbuckl la 'Tha Wall Bill CemtMf Mo
Tuw . Wt4 CHAL1 CHAfLUf laTi. ufl
MARY PICKFORD m
"injLODA FROM WOMjAMD