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Nancy Wynne Speaks of Miss Barten? $ Tea This
Afternoon She Tells of Miss Remaks College
Career and Sees Seme Becoming Dresses
TIH8 afternoon there will be an
hr Bttrnctlre ten nt the Acorn
, h'nnulr Bartow will be the bud of
Si ni nbnmil Inst summer, tee.
'ihe Bsrtews spent th. autumn at
Sf olice nt Gwyncdd Valley, but
i'i hve nn apartment nt the J.en.
SJ Well Is feiwcnlMitlr located for
AC,.C; 5 the dances. Kmliy Ih n niece
yS .late Sir .Edward B. Smith, Miss
fimll? and Betty Bmttli. Mrs. Jehn
S5r of New rk nnd Mr. feslah
Statiwril Bartow, of Chestnut Hill.
Thecnrd of Elisabeth Ilewland, Mrs.
v.!lck Ilewland'a debutante daugh
5rff Inclesed In the Invitation, and
be'w II relve, as well as about fifteen
3 the season' debs. A small dance
will fellow for them nnd some addi
IVEUV enr there seem te be mere
i i.i. .hn Mle nnmlnff nnfc te ft
K ..., .1.-. bninntlifniy a1ui Iip
,,rtB n Minn, "' ......... ,
Mh Careline Kcmak, Mr. and Mrs.
oSttive ltemnk's daughter, must be
ffii Ntrenueus winter going te
S and te a let of parties, tee.
Her parents gnve n thentre party for
her last Friday befere Barbara Clay
"n'l dance, nnd are planning ether
hlngs for her. though whether they
n tnd te keep her ten date for Decern
Yn II haven't henrd yet. They spoke
of It last spring. I knew.
Carrie, ns went every one calls her,
Ij n foplie!iiro nt Bryn Mnwr (. ellege,
and just last wcclc she was elected
president of her class, which, of course.
s great honor. She was graduated
from Miss Irwin's school three years
, end then she took a year at Ilosc Ilesc
mtrt Hall. Sounds highbrow, doesn't
t' But Carrie Is hardly that. Though
nh'i is a geed student, she is very much
interested in hockey and basketball and
T.ERTHA SMTTHE looked yery well
D at her dance en Saturday night. J
Iwr parents, air. ami .urn
Nevlll Smyth, gnve the party nt the
Acorn Club nnd there were nbnut 300
tiMts. She were an nttrnctive light
Mae dress of crepe dp chine made
with an eversklrt of silver lnce nnd
with hoops at the sides. Clnrie, her
ster, who came out three years age,
were sapphire blue velvet made en
plain lines, and Mrs. Hmythe n hand
Mime pewn of Mack velvet which iiad
I draped skirt caught at the side with
The drcses at the Jeseph Flcli Flcli
thern's' tea that afternoon were very
liretty. tee. Marlen, their daughter,
for whom the tea was given, were n
lovely diess of cloth of geld nnd Mr'.
richthnrne sapphire blue velvet.
Marlen, who went te Baldwin's te
school, N artistic nnd expects te take
n course In art next year. All the
drN Mem te want te de something
(Infinite after they come out these days,
don't the ?
TONIKUT the Bartews' will be the
only dance, ns Dr. nnd Mrs.
Themns Aiken hnvp postponed the one
'vhlch they had planned for this date.
Th.v will piw fine for their debutante
daughter. Marie Louise Adams, en
Tsnmirv 8 at the Ritz; and next week,
N'eveniber 1X1. te he exact, Marie
Louise's grandmother. Mr1.'. Cyrus ,
iterftner. will cue n iinncr-tinnie ter
her at the Philadelphia Country Club.
The debs must have n wild time
keeplnc all their dates straight nnd
net going te the wrong party en the
Mreng night. I've heard nmuslng tales
of some of them doing lust that thing,
lowever. NANCY WYNNE.
An engagement of Interest In
this city will New Yerk Is thut of
MIn Grace KtelnbrugKe, daughter of
'Ira IMnnnl KtUntiruitKe, of SO Avenuu
Klbr. 1'arln, te C'emte Jean de IiUUkUt
J Warn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcel Site-In-hruuge,
of 1 1 East Sixtieth atrect, .Vcw
lerk. Will sail for FruncM In thn urnr
future te attend the wedding, which Willi
tain plate early In December.
Mr. and Mr Oeorsre Breeke, of At At
nendbury Heuse, Ithun, linve Issued In
vitations for ,i thentre party en Friday
'venlntr. Uecember S, In honor of Mlm
Hlta Uelan, debutante daughter of Mr.
m Mrs. Clarence Delnn, of Glcncoe
H?u,e, Hcscnient, befere the dance
which the Ilov. and .Mrs. CJoergo Cal
x.ert .Carter will kIve In honor of their
daughter, Miss Mary Kldgely Carter.
Miss Llllle Ktewnit, debutante daugh
r of Mr. Hubert !. Le Cente, of 2000
iprtice street, will be the guest of
honor nt a dinner which Dr. and Mrs.
I;"1 a Urtren eimlmni. of 1713 (Spruce
wet, will le en TtiuMlny eenlns,
DwepiKr 12 befere the ball Mr. and
urf:, LdlV;1"1, -rezer, of 203G Locust
fnrf S w " Rhe Ilt ,he Bellevue-Strat-noren'o'croler.01
the,r d,lUBhler' M,M
rVJfnui M,, Wft" Vetterleln
2. recellnB conei.uulntlenH en the
..n?in 'tU H"n' xV'yne Smallwood Vet
t vi.r- ,"" November 11. Mr. and
Jhitr i,? ,1'-,i'.are Ilt present multlng
mI mJ" Vth. MrH- vetterlcln'e par par
e'll"l.'Mr.s' Kredeilck II. Bliel
l?; v ,rJ!li ,' euth. 'Twclity.tliHt ritreet.
lk-ifii.01'1'!" nl" .b0 "-'"ivmbcrcd ns
"iss Helen Hart Shclteii.
fhtiarf? w.he ,i"i nU(,nd h "'-
brLu ,.'. lr- f1" l-e'wner, of Over
H, ",,,'ll0,,hlH evenlnu In honor
"Wfr Br.iiiddaUKhii.r, Miss Marie Lou'se
Themii V."1;'"'0 daughter of Mrs.
r nnJ e .i ",t '"',. iis.i .unrKueriie
Blacky VrM1.rM Mill'. Vaku- Ml- I-OKan
llim 't Vr- 'lu,t;la'r Murdock. Mr. Wll
lam Lengstreli and Mr. Genrge Al-
&Jhl.CT,v,sts ,'ltul IllU,r attend the
ew of . ? ' iM"' UwTy "lackwell D.ir-
MIm v, I' i'rn ,hu"0,;,ef 1,cr dauBhter,
nilMbe lj r.",1'11!' rt"w. nmt Miss
Frertfrinir it! n a"A d,auBhter of Mis.
Jn ,,V5(.M,f:''l" Hew land. Mr. J. Nel.
Ifarlien fr, ,?' i ',l "llint'r nt the -'n
l"r Mnf 'i'e'' 'y tt. theatre party,
ll, a !. 'ftyn'Jw s: in h.ner of
w vis ,'..."? "a,,i:e u, ev.
' V It, mum ..' S i;i,Ue,i t'"' ter. of
THE FIRST EDITION OF ARTHUR
SOMERS ROCHE'S NOVEL, A MORE
HONORABLE MAN, WHICH THE PHIL
ADELPHIA PUBLIC LEDGER SAYS IS
THE MOST ABSORBING NOVEL OF
THE FALL, IS NOW IN THE HANDS
OF THE BOOK SELLERS. THE SEC
OND EDITION WILL BE READY NEXT
WEEK. THE EARLY REVIEWS OF
H1LB00K INDICATE THAT HERE IS
ir?J0RY F0R ALL TYPES OF READ.
"PHILOSOPHY IN FASCINATING
UjPIf0N" "HISTORY IN DRAMATIC
FORM," "AN ENTERTAINING STORY."
WS READING IS "A VERY GREAT
the mts-Carlten, in honor of their
daughter, Miss Alary Hldgely Carter,
Among thn guesta who will attend the
dinner which Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Daniel
Doneghue, of 149 Pelham read, Oer Oer
mantewn, will give en Tuesday, No
vember 28, In honor of Miss Letltla t.an.
dreth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bur Bur
nett Landrcth, of Chestnut Hill, before
the dance Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mel,
Fnlck will give at the Bcllevue-Btrat-ferd,
In honor of their debutante daugh
ter. Miss Slary Falck, will be Miss Anna
8. Newbold, Mlsu Mary Loulse Whitney.
Miss Kathatlne K. Smith, Miss Mary
nanmanClnrk. of Ht. Leuis: Miss
Marlen Cahlr Doneghue, Mr. Churchill
Williams, Mr. Burnett Indreth, 3d,
Mr. Oeorge A. Armlstead and Mr. Perry
Campbell. Miss Dcnmnn-plark is spend
lug a fortnight as the uuest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs, James H. Wttle, 2d,
of 2210 Rlttenheuse street, will enter,
tain at eupper followed by bridge at
their home this evening, nfter the wed
ding rehearsal of Mrs. Little's sister,
Miss Beatrice Haskard Cerbenl, of Sev
enteenth nnd Chestnut streets, whose
marriage te Mr. Charles H. OberhelUer,
of Pheenlxvllle, Pa., will take place en
Wednesday at St. Stephen'H Protestant
Kplsccpal Church, Tenth , Btreet above
Chestnut. The. guests will Include the
bridal party. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge C.
Carsen, of Plymouth Meeting, enter
tained nt dinner at their home en bat;
urday evening In honor of Miss Cerbenl
and Mr. Oberheltscr.
Invitations have been lssuedfer the
Junier Cinderella Dances en Wednes
day, January 3; Wednesday, April t,
and Wednesday, June 27, at 8:30
o'clock, at the Merlen Cricket Club. The
committee Includes Mrs. Matthew Hatrd,
Jr.. chairman ; Mrs. Themas O. Ashtan,
Mr. Hei ace Bulleck, Mrs. II. Bartel
nrazlcr. Mrs. Arthur P. Bough. Mrs.
.Inmei Carntalra, MrN Isaac H. Clothier,
Jr., Mrs. Percy II. Clark, Mrs. J. Ken Ken
eon Elscnbrey, Mrs. Edwin H. Fitter,
Mrs. Oeorge Kendrlck, 3d. Mrs. Charles
Mcllvain and Mrs. Richard B. Norten.
Mies Ellr.abeth Casanave, debutante
daughter of Mr. and Mra Jehn H.
Casanave, of Twenty-first and Pine
streets, will be the guest of honor at a
dinner which Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
;Blech will give at their home, Malwyn
Heuse, Merlen, followed by a theatre
party, cany in uccemDer.
Mrs. Brooks Snow, of dermantewn,
has recalled the Invitations for the din
ner which she had planned te give en
Wednesday, November 29. In honor of
her debutante daughter. Mis? Constnnce
.Snow, befere Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeseph It.
Carpenter's and Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur
V. Morten's dunce, slnce the invitations
for the dance have also- been recalled.
MIsh .Snow will be Introduced at a tea
which her mother will give en Wednes
day afternoon, November 22.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drexcl Blddte, who
have " been spending some tlme at the
Hetel Lorrnlne. New Yerk, have re
turned te this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Leul.i Redman Page, of
Aramlnk Farm, Bryn Mnwr, have left
for a visit te Atlantic City, where they
expect te remaln nbout-twe weeks.
Miss Anncs Allen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Perry S. Allen, of 212 Spruce
street, will entertain Informally at her
home en Friday evening next.
Mrc. Kllsha T,ee, who has been spend
ing a few days In North Carolina, will
return te her home,. 1709 Locust street,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jehn Frederick Lewis
and thslr family, who have been occu
pying their country place near West
Chester, will return te their town house,
1914 Spruce street, today.
Mrs. Geerge Barnett and her daugh
ter, MIhh Anne Corden, and Miss Ruth
Hitchcock, daughter of Senuter and
Mrs. Hitchcock, of Washington, are
srtndlng a few days at the Bellevue Bellevuo Bellevue
Stratferd. They came te attend the
wedding of Mrs. Harnett's son. Mr.
Basil Gorden, and Miss Klalne Tayler
English, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Frederick W. English, which took place
en Saturday afternoon In St. Luke's
Protestant Episcopal Church. German
town. Miss Gorden and Miss Hitch
cock attended Miss Engllrh as brides
maids. Miss Jane Tayler, who Is spend
ing the winter nt Chelsea, also
came te this city te attend the wedding
of her cousin, Miss English, unci Mr.
Gorden. Miss Tayler Is the guest for
a lew daya of her uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. Whltwell W. Cese, of 2041
Mr. and Mrs. Andersen Polk nnd their
son nnd daughter, Miss Julia N. Polk
and Mr. D. Stewart Polk, who lived
formerly at 2310 Pine street, nre new In
their new home at 2312 Locust atrect.
The marriage of Miss Helen Alice
Trigg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Themas Trigg, and Mr. Charles James
Swain. Jr., will take place en Wednes
day, November 29, at Overbroek.
Dr. and Mra O. Oram Ring, of 1327
Spruce street, entertained at dinner
Saturday evening, followed by a box
party at the theatre, In honor of their
nlece, MIbs Dorethy Clendennlng, new a
senior at Swarthmere College.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Harding, of B940
Overbroek avenue. Ovcrbroek, left by
meter en Friday for Cambridge. Maes.,
where they attended the Princeton-Harvard
game en Saturday.
Mr. and Mra Henry Cenner Weeks, of
7S02 Lincoln Drlvp. Chestnut Hill, ac
companied by Mr. nnd Mrs. Jehn Arthur
Brown, will leave by meter en Friday
ntfxt for Princeton, where they will
attend the Yalc-Prlnceten game en
Mr. and Mru. Jeseph N. Snellenburg
nnd their Ben and daughter are occu
pying apart ments at the Bellovuc Bellevuc Bellovuc
Str.itferd for the winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. Frank Miller, of Old
Firm Comfert, Hatboro, are at Atlantis
City for a few days' lslt.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Prlnce Cooper,
of 124 East Mnple avenue, Merchant
llle, N. J,, are lecclvlng congratula
tions en the birth of a daughter, Nellle
llalg Cooper, en Saturday, November
11, Mrs. Cooper wai Miss Ella Lilian
Mr. and Mrs. Rey Gaison, of B033
Brown street, nre receiving congratu
lations en the birth of a daughter.
Thn wedding of Mlrs Bertha Peele,
riniitfhtpr fit Wrti Mnrv Pnnln nt .11
North Fifty-ninth stuet, te Mr. Alex-I
nnuer uitmen, or 2231 Aspen street, will
take place en Thanksgiving Day.
w.mm n ' .-m nma
MISS EUGENIA VANSANT
Daughter- of Dr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Larue Vansarit, of iOS8
Spruce street, whose engage
ment ia announced today te Dr.
Edward Saundcra Dillen
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Baker, Jr., et
BOO West Hertter street, have returned
front a six months' tour te the Philip
pine Islands, China and Japan.
Mra L. C. Hudsen, of Sharpnack
street, will entertain the members of
her card club at a luncheon at her home
en Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Walter Calhoun, of Chester, ha
returned te her home after a week spent
with her nlece, Mrs. Jennie C Bell, of
Twenty-flrst and Jacksen etreeta.
A dinner nnd enkn cutting party was
held yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Benja
min Levit. of nil Seuth Sixth street,
in honor of their snii-ln-luw and daugh
ter. Mr and Mrs. David Londen. The
ether guestrt were MIsh Pnu Ine Levlt,
MIsh Hetty Lelt, Mis Pauline Llfslus,
Miss Mary Cehen, Miss Anne Llpslus,
Miss Sarah Conden, Mis Pauline Levlt,
Miss Sephie Louden, Mr. Mat Good Goed Geed
friend. Mr. Ervlnir Cnrtnn. Mr. .Inr.tc
aeldman, Mr. Sam Cooper, Mr. Fred
erick Londen, Mr. BenJ'imln Zahludeff,
Mr Allied Ley, Mr. Alfred Levlt, Miss
jtose L,Qvit, iur. .10-cph ii Pesuer, Mr.
Max Levlt and Mr. Jack Isvlt.
The Phi Sigma Tau Sorority will en
tertain at cartls next Saturday after
noon, Neeniber IS, In "The Bex" at the
Klttcnhnuse Hetel, Twenty-second and
Chestnut streets. The committee 111
charge Include) Mlis Florence Jerdan,
Miss Kathleen Mullln. Miss Helen Jen-
f t V F
What a soft fuszy rattle u; this
one of eiderdown with its dell's
head, jingling belle and pink or
blue ribbons! $1.50.
Such a funny Dutch dell, all
dressed up in orange and red or
yellow and green I And he can't
possibly be broken. ftt.QS.
s iiiiin n- fi rn
J X1. ' y w. ctlKCll Willi 1-iniKVtJ. l.'i,i.
I -SiltlSfi THIRD FLOOR ... V
klneen and Klsr ceeii KMnyMHfU4
by the ether membera of the orerlty. ,
The Bwanee Club of this aeetlen and
Gratersferd, Pa., will held lt .third
annual dance In the Knight of Co
lumbus Hall, Thirty-eighth and Market
streets, en Monday evening, Noyemeer
20. The committee In charge InfHi'8
Mr. William Denn, Mr. C. Jehn
Mr. Rebert J. Helnse, Mr. Jeseph-J. Mc
nuckln, Mr. J. H. McNamee and Mr. F.
"Mrs. MeOady's Bearding Heuse," a
musical comedy In two acts, will tejr
sented by the Ladles' Auxiliary of Key-
,nna ttrannh IK?. Matlnnitt Association
Letter Carriers, at their headeuarters,
1801 Spring Garden street, en, Thursday
evening, November 23, at S o'clock.
On Thursday evening, November SJ.
there will be a card Party and nance
given at Meese Hall, 1814 North Bread
street, for the benefit of St. Paula
Church, Tenth and Christian , streets.
The commlttee In charge of the arrair
includes Mr. Frank J. Smith, Jfjneral
chairman: Mr. Jehn J. McDbvltt. Mr.
Jehn J. Hawkins, Mr. James P. MM ew.
Mr. Frank M. McQurk, Mr. P. J.
O'Brien, Mr. James J. Mooney. Mr. Ter
ence Lynch, Mr. .Tames H. Wa'sh, Mr.
Jehn Cunningham. Mr. Albert Johnsten,
Mr. J. F. de Putren, Mr. Jeseph Burchlll.
Mr. Geerge McConemy, Mr. Josepn
Brady. Mr. Edward Bryson, Miss Mar
raret Hyland. Miss Mary B. Finnegan,
Mrs. Jeseph Keffer, Mrs James s wwij
Miss Klien ftiaynes, miss mur "
Miss Ann Stuart, Miss Isabel Btuart,
Miss Helen Flynn, Miss Helen, Kelly.
Miss Mary McNulty. Mlsa Helen Levett,
Miss Margaret Henley.
The first birthday anniversary of Miss
Ruth Adcle Heftner. small daughter of
M H.a - .. tl.i,-. n T1A KAlh
ir. MIU ana, Jiujr ntuiici! ,-- - -
street, was celebrated last week with a
The marriage of Miss Katherlne
ard Leedom Foulke. of 113 Stanbrldge
street, ana ir. itenry meivin vm.
Jr., non of Mr. Henry M. Olllln, of
Mlllvllle, N. J will tnke place en.
Wednesday In the Oak Street Memerial
Church, The ceremony will be per
formed by the Rev. t. D. Benjamin,
pastor of the church. The brlde will be
attended by Mrs. Hareld Frame as
matron of honor. Mr. Paul Ktrnub will
be the best man. Mr. W. H. Freas and
Mr. Harry Sacks will be ushers. Mr.
and Mra. Glllln will live at C40 Colum
bia avenue, Mlllvllle, N. J.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Mlsa Helen Antoinette Luch
singer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Wi Luchstnger. of Housatente, Maw,
and Mr. Donald S. Harding, son of Mr.
and Mra. J. Wllmer Harding, of 635
Neble street, en Saturday, November 4,
at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs,
Harding will llve In Norrlstewn.
Furs back of litUe
our big reputation for
stylish and superior Furs.
All work made in our own
Vep and sold at moderate
FURRIER 1316 Walnut St
Geerge Allen, inc.
1214 Chestnut Street 1214
A Wonderful Importation of
Hand-Made French Baby Dresses
At Remarkably Lew Prices, $1.85 te $5.00
The baby at the left wears one of our Imported hand-made dresses.
Every stitch in these tiny garments is handwork, seams, embroidery and
hemstitching. There are both short and long dresses in a Wonderfully
varied assortment, there are, literally scores, of styles from which te
cheese. Every one was imported directly by us. The long dresses are
3.25 te $5.00; the short dresses,'$1.85 te $5.00.
There are ether hand-made baby dresse.s, some with lace and em
broidery, ethers smocked, as high as $17.50.
The quilted mho of Chinn silk shown at the right is $7.50 and comes
in blue or pink. Similar robes may be hnd in crepe de Chine, at $10.00
A bib that tie, snugly around
the waist is embroidered unci
trimmed with lace. $a.25. There
are bibs without beltsr some em
broidered, with scalloped edges, and
some lace trimmed, at ?1.25 te
Dresses and Sweaters
The small brunette- at the left wears a becoming dress of vellew or
orange with crisp white cellar and cuffs. Tiny no.-s stitch motifs add
distinction. 2 te 4 year sizes. $3.75.
Other dresses are pink, blue, green and tan. at $3.00 te $3.75. Iru
ported dresses with smocking are $7.50 and $9.50.
A hand-made tan sweater with brown cellar and cuffs makes thn
warmest playtime garment. 3 and 4 year size. $5.50.
Hand-made sweaters in pink, blue" nnd white, in 1 te 3 year sizes,
The most becoming cap imagin
able is made of pink or white cord
ed silk with white Irish lnce and
pleated net te frame the face. It
Is cketched below at the left. $6.75.
A crepe de Chine cap with tiny
rows of shirring is shown nt the
right belew. It conies in pink or
blue, at $2.50.
f A 'Pi' 5Lr J'V.'
North Philadelphia '
The marriage is announced of Miss
Marcelle F. Nachman, daughter of Mrs.
Arthur B. Nachman, of the Norfolk
Apartments, te Mr. Sidney 8. Mosko Mesko Moske
wlts, of this city, en November 2. Mr,
and Mrs. Moskewlta will be at home
Sunday, December 3. at 0328 North
Camae street, Oak Lane.
At, tknA Jtmm ltril,-. n..IKaal,. a
North Nineteenth street: will entertain
' "... . r OI l"eir menus at tneir nenw
en Wednesdny evenlng In honor of Mrs.
Heward Brldgely, of Ithaca, N. Y who
Is spending several weeks In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Leenard B. Gels, of
Farmlngten, Me., are visiting their
Pitt?" $?, Mr- and Mrs. Moses Sels. of
1901 Erie avenue, with whom they will
spend several weeks.
Miss Florence T. Keber, at Fifteenth
nnl Dauphin street, Is spending a
short tlme In Reading, Pa., where she
Is the guet of her cousin, Mlsa Bcrnlce
Mr. and Mra Milten L. Rcinhelmer,
1 . '
ALL THIS WEEK
Lt Star Zl'tifli "FeIUm"
WALTFR & EMILY WALTERS
Helen Hinrlni It NtUUe BttM
Freda It Anthenv Jei. X. Watien
Miller It Bradford A- Other!
NOVEMBER SO ELSIE JAN IS
-r.w m Jh
The jeunc student en the right
wears serviceable colored crepe
rompers with a smart white cellar,
cuiTs and belt. In pink or blue,
sizes 6 months te 2 yenrs. $2.50.
Other styles et" lempers arc $1.50
And Other Things
A frisky little deg in tan, blue
or pink is S5c.
The pillewslip sketched below
has Madeiia embroidery. $3.75.
The quilted carriage cover
mntches the rebe nbeve. $7.50.
flO.OO and $12.00.
Knitted bootees of pink or blue
have little tesibuds. $1.50,
Eiderdown ulippcrs of tan, blue
or pink are lined with white and
edged with WMien, $1,75.
eV l4 ' Herth "Wnttiiiitlif &iig'Jit
reeelving eongratulatlena upon the Wrth
or a aaugnter, jane Lenimran "
helmer. Mr. Heward Beeley, of North Six
teenth street, has left for the West,
where he will spend some time In travel.
Mrs. Frances Furth has returned
from a visit with her aen-ln-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Elwood
Flemlnr, of Flerida, and Is new with
her children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene
Nathan, at 1928 West Erie avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cresaan, of
8128 Elberc-n avenue, are receiving con
gratulations upon the birth of a son.
Miss Margaret Masen, of Arrett
street, entertained at a luncheon and
card party at her home en Friday after
noon In honor of Miss Marie Jacksen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jacksen,
of Scranton, Pa,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC FOYER
Thursday Eve., Nev. 10, 8:15
Ticket NOW ni Ilrppe'i, 1119 Cheitnv..
itreet. tnd Academy.
.1 dttcfc that can be played with
in ene'ft tub is a joy indeed. 73c.
And there are celluloid swans
as well in two sizes, $1.C0 nul
A Puss tn Beets that is alme'
as tall as one's self is all made
of shtny black oilcloth with
trimmings of bright red or
77 fiXiM: v ''i tTyr-" ' " '- z tMMtwsi
Mrs. Edmund Palmer, of Chester ave
nue, entertained a few friends at bridge
en Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. J. Clement Hepkins, of West
!.. .. -... ...it I eitnffnlti ItlfAPmnllV
this afternoon, at cards te meet Mrs.
Walsh and Mrst Waring.
Mrs. Harry Mlddleten gave a bridge
party Inst week te meet he members et
the Egg Harber Yacht Club Auxiliary,
f Bench Havtn, at her home en Chcster
avenue. About forty guests were pres
ent, Mrs- Prank Lawrence, of Trenten wm (
a guest OI miss iiicj. nuin nil ,.v...n.,
and Thursday of last week.
Church Dedicates New Organ
A pipe organ was dedicated teMcrday
... A ' L,...i...t Mni,n,itt. Ftilupetinl
rhurrh. Ocrinnntewn. 'ihe Rev. I-rank i
M. Cirav preacneii en tnu iiivim.-, ..-..-ship
"With Instrtitncnts." In the eve
ning C. Stanley Champien conducted un
Jee Mack & Girls
In "THE ROSE Or BPAIH"
ADAMS & THOMPSON
"HOVEtTY MUSICAL TREAT"
SCOTTY WELSCH & GIRLS
ALEXANDER & ELIMOR
In "A D1STUIIBANCE"
BIG TWO.PART COMEDY
la "PASSING THE BUCK"
FEATURE. EDUCATIONAL AND
SUttne. 15e A 20e. rhii.,..-
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. ...v, ",-, e'k ami iim
icpt Siturdays ana llellitj: Wer Tux
f IIIIBFDT THI WORLDS BEST
DAILT MATS., 2:15 EVES. AT 8:15
"GIMME A THRILL"
Beview Thriller, Hcvl'ndent With
THE GARDINER TRIO
Ilancln their wjr into the hmrta of AmeHra
Ocn. Braet & Ce. Herbert & Bafrett
SOKEL & QUICK
TIP TOP TQUR BRYON & lANODEN
20 LOVELY THRILLS 20
MASON & KELER
NIOHTS AT 8-15 8HART
POP. MAT. WEDNESDAY
THE MUSirAI urr ne r I
"A glorious rstival
Evet. COe te S3 (Exc. Sat )
$1 MAT. THURS.
"5 b e w Centemet
1 8 0 Minutes of
Jules Hurti With
Time; of These 180
Audience it Bound
te Spend 175 in
T.i it U.V..I,
Last Fop, Mat. Wed
IN A w iCxceriEDV
?E.?T WEEK SEATS" THURSDAY
w...v wrucn i- r T imnhi'
Frnnk Crui-lt Fr-nk L-lr (t 0' r nM c.'
EVE.VINOi AT 15
CHARLES OILLINtfltAM pJSentt
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THE BUNCH AP JUDY
Xtu.lp bT Jeremo h r.,
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With, II l.ll.nt ( t n '. . bl.
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EVOS AT 10
Mat. Wed i Bat
LAST a TiMr?:
HariWn M ltr Will Pn.'tivelv Appear
At All Rfirainlnr Perfermanr
HTVTVft" -k 7i
matS wnn sat.
emrvirsT 1 1 r-s
2 Weeks Siartini? Next Monday
Wi.".V TOAfV, AIDit; 'J:u'', niOOLETTO
S.VI 4.JJ?2PA' Ttuirs. M t M'RTHA Tv
LAST OPEN NIGHT
DON'T MISH IT 'WEIlH
2HI S Ilr,,l (it
Ne Panclnr Tuesdqy Nev, 14th
CASINO Billy Watsen
MIIOTBRMTH J IIAft.K
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LEATBICE JOY JUNE CtVIOOX
"The Man Who i
The Mnt t'niniinl I'lut Krer tmlnd ' ,
A NOTABLE JHWfltPAT. rPAT'TflE
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11:10. 1.30. 8:20. nan. 7:80, 0:14
AltAMOt'NT I'ICTI ItlZATION.
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T Rey Barnes,
111 t I 1 i I Mill IS
11:30 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30. 0:30
!0, 5:30, 7:30.
IN PIRST SHOWING
V StrY of Urnadirnr
llfbert .. Leenard
l. it IIIISV rOAVKLt.. Hnnni
PRIZE ESSAY CONTEST
A bnml mi' reuii If effiTi il nn a prtl
bv !)' tnv. tli ip11 kner. n iri'iillnti', of
l!ii:s A ii Unit Stmt t" tti" Imly writln
Un b.t .l.'i. rJptl.in uf tin elatiemte
eew .i worn by Mlaj Mutniy In this
rin .'y must net pxred oe werdu,
until n en i rip Mile of tin pri!r only
nml . nt tn Ihp Miinnsir. Abllni Tb atre.
Tn ' Iv". if r'init will bi- "II known
in . writer uf lMiilaJi'lpliU new.
il in l 'in :vin in
10 n 10
10 A. M. ti,
11 P. IL
g V BROO.D & CHESTNTJT
BRCVD It CHESTN
3T NATIONAL ATTR
PIP.3T NATIONAL ATTRACTION
and FLORENCE VIDOR
DAB Aflfc" i-'M ,v m .m:t
rHLnwb 10 A M 10 11 15 P. M.
"Te Have and te Held"
With BETTY COMPSON A- BERT T.YTELL
Hill .1. Jl MM I r
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"RAGS TO RICHES"
rEAT"RINO WESLEY BARRY
Nexl Week First Showing
with LON CHANEY
AI)j,V I0IM AMMIIWM
sHilWHaflH 10 A. M 10 1' IS P. M
OAOITOI -HI M. I(;f.T
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'"THE SIN FLOOD"
w It ET
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THE BIG SHOW!
"Barnum Was Right"
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VliTl s "MANSLAUGHTER"
w.th THOMAS MC1GHAN
crcir. d de miit.1 ;"
With THOMAS KI KiHAN
ADDED MO1I0N PI TUIlEb OP
IRANI 10HI) ' 1 ( I LI II RATION
CROSSKETS v.',1 ''"i
"MISTAKES OF 1922"
NIOHTS ATlh HHARP
MAT. WED. SOcSl.sa
"Liveliest Shew nf the Reason " N. Am.
ACADJ. UY Ol il U H I O
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Sole.st RROMhLAW HUUrilMAN VlsllVlafe
BLETHO.EN . .Gunrrite in b major, for
. v In anil Orchestra
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