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EVENING T.r.ftTim-PTTTT;ADEKPHIA-, MONDAY, OOTOBEB 26, 1014.
SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT
PHILADELPHIA
nfn. and mhs, GEonaE w. n. robehts
JVL ot 1806 De Iancey plnce, will not give a
tea on November 3 to Introduce 41ielr daughter,
Mis? Virginia Roberts, ns was at first planned,
s Mrs. Roberts has lately Undergone nn opera
tion for. appendicitis. The tea will bo filven
some time In early December. Mrs. Roberts Is
reported as recovering rapidly.
Mr and Mrs. Paul Thompson, of 1316 De Lan-
cey place, have Issued Invitations for a tea at
which they will Introduce their daughter, Miss I
Jean N. Thompson, Wednesday, November 11,
from 4 until 6:30 o'cloclc. The card of Rodman
Ellison Thompson Is Inclosed. .
Mrs. Austin Hoiltslier has nlso IsRied cards
for tho tea at which sho will introduce bcr
daughter, Miss Anna Mntscy Hocksher, at her
homo, 2213 Walnut street, on Tuesday niter
noon, December 1. fiom 6 until 7 o'clock.
Among those who attended the weekly dance
nt the Merlon Cricket Club on Saturday nlnlit
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were Mr. ami .urs. inonus wucan ,.
n, n J.'rnnliliii. Miss Elinor J. llean. Miss
Mnry Davli. MI-ki Mary E. Clayton, Miss Mnr
garet Hakcr, Miss Jso'dol M. Rogets, Miss Jean
M. nillle. Miss Theodora Mllle, MIs Caroline
Sherman, ot Bostons Miss Kntheilno Tonncy.
Miss Eugenia Barilc, Miss Margaict It. Bur
ton, Mlf3 Kllzabcth Norrls, Miss Huberta Pot
ter, Miss Marjorlo Taylor, Miss Knlherlne Z.
Ogden, Mis. Dorothea Oberteuffor, Miss Helrn
Boyd, MIes Mildred Jack, Miss Marjorlo Ed
waids, MlbS Dorothy Deacon, Asliton Soudcr,
Harold WIllcox, Gcoffry Haw ley, Samuel Dixon,
jr., Joseph Armstrong, Mai shall Crossmnn, W.
D. Stokes. Edward Gntllnp. Henry Bower, Do
Bcnnevlllc Hell, Henry Adams, .lames Alexan
der Boyd, Jr., Cavcrly Ncwlln, E. M. Edwards,
Alfred Norrls, Clement Poulterer, Oeorgo
Knoai, Morris DeC. Freeman, Nathaniel Davis
and William DaK
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Kearslcy Mitchell Harrison,
who were lie jtucsta of Mrs. George I Harri
son, of School lane. Gcrmanlown, for the wed
ding of Mr. Harrison' slater, M'ss V'rglnla
Harrison, to Albert Lawrence Sniltti, on Sat
urday, October 17, have returned to tlicl.' homo
In Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Chow will "iitortaln
nt a rabbit party In honor of Miss Mary Ev-,
elyn Chow tho nlsht of November E. Miss
Chew 'will bo Introduced at a te ulilch will
bo given by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
f). B. Chew on December 2.
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Stengel, who havo been
spending tho autumn at their fnrm nt Newtown
Square, moved Into their town house at 1723
Spruce street last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts and Miss
Mary Wurts, who aro at present still occupying
their place at Wlstcr, will move Into their town
house at MS Spruce street on November 1.
Mrs. Frank B. Clapp and Algernon Clapp, who
hive been etaylng at the Rlttenhouse, have
opened their house at 1903 Walnut street.
Dr. and Mrs. John K, Mitchell have opened
their house at 1730 Spruce street for the winter
months.
Mrs. William Dlsston and Miss Pauline Dies-
ton will open their town house at 2121 Walnut
street about November 6.
Invitations have been received for the wedding
of Mies Elsa Denlson and Dayton Voorhees,
which will take place at 12 o'clock on Saturday,
November 7, at the Mount Pleasant Church,
Dlckersou, Md. Following the ceremony, a
breakfast will be given by Mrs, Charles Denlson
at her home, Westwood, nenr DIckerson. They
will be at home after February 1 at 2029 Locust
stieet.
The Rotary Club will give Its theatre party on
Wednesday evening. Among the matrons who
will chnperone tho affair will be Mrs. E. J.
Berlct, Mrs. Schuyler Armstrong. Mrs. A. H.
Oeutlng, Mrs. Guy Gundaker, Mrs. H S. Evans,
Mrs. H. W. Buse, Mrs. George P. Smith, Mrs.
A, E. Berry, Mrs. J. Harry Bowers, Mrs. H, A.
Davis, Mrs. L. D. Dougherty. Mrs. Charles
Henry Fox. Mrs. H. S. Hatch, Mrs. William Z.
Hodgson, Mrs. II. P. Lamblith, Mrs. H. J.
Latta, Mrs. M. J. Mulkin. Mrs. W. G. Oaks, Mrs.
Clavton D. Pike. Mrs. Charles II. Qulmby, Mrs.
Alfred Scholes, Mrs. William J. Steen, Mrs.
Walter Whetstone, Mrs. Albert Wundcrllch and
Mrs. J. Scott Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferree Brlnton and their
daughters, Mies Caroline Ives Brlnton and
Miss Anna Blnney Brlnton, will close their
home In St. David's this week and will spend
the winter at the Aldlne.
The second of the Monday night dansants
which will be held this winter at the Rlt
tenhouse Hotel will take placo tonight. The
decorative arrangement tonight will represent
a scene from the East. Last week the ball
room nnd supper room were arranged to
simulate a Japanese garden and pergola, and
each week the decorative scheme of the rooms
will be different. A number of persons have
reserved tables tonight for the dance and
supper.
The first of a eerlea of three concerts will
be given tonight nt the Academy of Music
by the Symphony Society of New York, with
Walter Damrosch u? conductor. This evening
the soloist will be Rlcardo Martin. A large
number ot prominent persons, both musically
and socially, will attend the opening concert
tonight. The second of the series will be given
Monday evening, January 11, with Maggie
Teyte aj soloist, and tho third Is announced
for the night of Thursday, February J, when
the soloist will be Josef Hofmann, pianist.
Miss Frances Tyson will be Introduced at a
tea to he given by her parents. Dr. and Mrs. T.
Mellor Tyson, at their home. UK Spruce street,
the afternoon of November 13. Mlea Tyson Is
very popular In the younger set and has quite
decided histrionic talent. Last year aha made
a great Impression In her rendering of Sir
Aguecheek at the Woodhegood players of Mies
Irwin's school performance of "Twelfth
Night."
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
DEVON Mr. and Mrs. Emory E. McMlchael
have returned from South Dartmouth, where
they passed the summer, and aro at Knolt
House.
Mrs Williajrt Kelson Wilbur and Miss Eliza
beth Wilbur, of idlewood Farm, accompanied
by Mr and Mrs. V. Kemble Yarrow, of Straf
ford, are spending several days In Warrenton,
Y . uhere they are tho guests of friends.
Mrs Robert Crcsewell, Jr., of Valley Forge
road, Is staying In Atlantic City for several
djs.
Mrs. C. A. Gorman and Miss Gertrude Gor
roan, of New York, spent several day last
WK as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
T Hunter.
WAYfcE The Executive Committee of the
Men's Club of Wayne has secured a room,
which has been fitted up and made very at
tractive and which will be formally turned
OTer on Monday for the use of the boys of
5Vne. Interesting literature and games ot
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MRS. WILLLIAM J. BAIKD
Mrs. Baird and her family have taken a house
at 812 Pine street, where they will spend the
winter. Mrs. Baird will give a ssrics of weekly
at homes, the first of which will be held on
Wednesday afternoon.
every sort have been provided, and tho com
mlttco is contemplating nn arrangement by
which tho use of the gymnasium of the public
school may bo secured for a night or two each
week,
Mrs. Daniel T. Dickson, who has been visiting
her slstcri, In London, Englnnd, has returned to
her home on Louella avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Chrlstman have taken
a house on Beech Tree lnno for the winter.
AltDMonc Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander Carver
icturncd recently from a short visit with Mrs.
Carvcr'a mother, Mrs. George Frank Nnson, at
her country seat, outside of Wilmington. Mrs.
Carver wn. Miss Gertrude Nason.
Miss Edith II. Bally will be guest of honor
at a email danco tho night ot November 3.
CHESTNUT HILL
Miss Suo Heberton, daughter of Mr. and Mr.
Robert Heberton, of 226 West Graver's lane, has
recovered from an operation for appendicitis
sufficiently to permit her being removed to her
home.
Mis. Boulton Earnshaw, of Montgomery ave
nue, left Saturday to be the guest ot Mr. and
Mrs. Harrison Cook In Atlantic City.
Miss Helen Bnll, of 7433 Devon street, will
entertain her bridge club this afternoon. The
members Include Miss Susan Coleman, Miss
Ada Smith, Miss Ida T. Jefferson, Miss Pauline
Laird, Mli Dorothy Greaves, Mrs. Spencer
Butterworth and Mrs. Ernest Schlcle.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Coleman Freeman will
open their house at Cherokee avenuo, St.
Martin, about November 20. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Freemen have been entertaining a number of
week-end parties nt their country place In
Lebanon during tho fall.
Judge nnd Mrs. J. Willis Martin will give
a country supper at their homo In Chestnut
Hill next Saturday night In honor of Miss Mar
garet Handy Burton, daughter of Mr. and
George Burton.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Bailey Browder will
introduce their daughter. Miss Huberta Potter,
at a tea next Thursday afternoon at their home
on Lincoln drive.
Mrs. Clarence Clark Zantzlngcr will hold the
first meeting of her sewing class for the
Red Cross next Friday morning at her home
at Samtnole and Highland avenues.
ALONG THE READING
There was a club dinner-dance at tho Hunt
ingdon Vnlley Country Club at Noble on Sat
urday night. Among those noticed In the ball
room were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller Watts.
Sir. and Mrs. Corblt Loverine. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel K. Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Whit
taker, Baroness Von Hlller, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel A. Boyle, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McBur
ney and Carlos Mayer, of New York.
Mrs. George D. Wldener and George D, Wlde
ner, Jr., of Lynnewood Hall, Elklus Park, re
turned last week from Hot Springs, Va.
Charles R. Wood, of Prospect avenue, Elklns
Park, returned last week from a hunting trip
in Canada.
Charles II. Clinton and the Misses Clinton are
occupying Seven Oaks, their new home In Wyn
cote. Mr. and Mrs. W. Park Moore returned last
week to Wlllorcllff, their home on Elklns ave
nu, Elklns Park, aftea a ten days' visit to At
lantic City.
The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph B. C. Mackle, of
Glenslde, are receiving congratulations upon the
birth of a son last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Slthens have returned
from their wedding trip and are occupying their
new homo on Roslyn avenue, Glenslde.
George C. Pratt, of Willow Grove avenue,
Glenslde, is spending several weeks In the AVest.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Woll, Jr., of Whttebend.
Oak Lane, will give a reception on Wednesday
evening In honor of their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Emll Woll, of Oak
Lane Park. Mrs. Well will be remembered as
Miss Lora Cummlng, of Portland. Ore.
Miss Marie Hendrickson and Miss Elizabeth
Ilendrlckson have returned to their home in
Jenklntown after a visit to Mrs. Ralph S.
Patch, of Plalnfieid, N. J.
GERMANTOWN
William Sldebottom. of 6536 AVayne avenue.
Is attending the sessions of the Presbyterian
Synod of Pennsylvania In Erie.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Acker, of AA'ashlngton
lane, are being congratulated upon the birth
of a son.
Mr. and Mrs. Theophllus B. Stark, of Church
lane, returned Friday from Jamestown, R. I.,
whero they spent the summer.
Mrs. I. D. Conner, of 6545 Garsten street, en
tertalned at luncheon last week In honor of
Miss Mary Brown Harris, whose marriage to
George Brackett Seltz. of New York, will take
place AVednesday, October 33. The guests In
cluded ML33 Evelyn JlcComb. Miss Adalyn
Palmer, Mis. Emily Brooks. Miss Helen Gelger,
Miss Louise Emerson and Mrs. Robert T. Cole
man. 3d.
Mrs. George E. Casey, of 31T AA'est Logan
street, Is recovering from a serious Illness.
Miss Katharine K. Simons, of AVest Walnut
lane, who spent the summer in Nova Scotia, has
returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. AVilllam Bailey Lalor, of 159
West Penn street, will leave shortly for Balti
more, where they will make their home.
Richard T, O'DonneU, of 113 AVest Washington
lane, has returned to his home from a trip to
Reading nnd Easton.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Bennls, of M East
Chelten avenue, celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary, at their home on Thursday last.
Mr. and Mrs. Warner G. Earnshaw, of East
Johnson street, left Saturday for Atlantic City,
where they will spend several days at the Chat
fonte. WEST PHILADELPHIA
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Lay, who have been
motoring though New England for the lost
three weeks, havo returned to their home, nt
4015 Pino street.
Mr. nnd Mrs, E. P. B, Warnc, who have been
rpendlng the summer at their camp In Maine,
have returned to their home, at 4021 Baltimore
avenue.
Miss Olivia Hardy, 415 Treston street, will
entertain on Wednesday night at nn Informal
bridge nnd kitchen shower In honor of Miss
Louise Collins, whose wedding to James F.
Rynn will take place November 25. Those pres
ent will be Mrs. John Reading, Jr., Mrs. Frajer
I Bllym, Miss Margaret Lukes, Miss Elizabeth
Lukes, Miss Jane Ewlng. Miss Leonlde Daglt,
Miss Margaret Brockerhoff, Miss Vera Berry.
Miss Mary Tlsdale, Miss Harriett Graham, Miss
i Mario Bonner, MIbs Helen Patterson, Miss
Agnes Bergen, Miss Ardls Tanguay, Miss Hes
ter. Raleigh, Miss Alice Bonsor, Miss Ethel
Bonsor, Miss Anne Collins and Miss Madeleine
Munny.
Dr. and Mrs. George J. W. Kirk have Issued
nnnounrcments of the marriage of their daugh
ter, Miss Flora May Kirk, and Thomas M.
Seeds, Jr., which took place Wednesday, Oc
tober 21. Mr. and Mrs. Seeds will be at home
nt Klngscourt, Chestnut and 36th streets, after
January 1,
Mrs. James Hurrcll Dawes, of 3300 Arch
street, will dive a Halloween dance on the eve
ning of October 31.
In order to encourage the movement to help
the cotton Industry in tho South, the guests
havo all been requested to wear "calico" or Its
equivalent.
Announcement Is made of tho marriage of
Miss Sarah A. Owens and M. J. Boylan on
Wednesday, In tho Church of Our Mother of
Sorrows, at which Bishop McCort offlclated.
After a short wedding trip Mr. nnd Mrs. Boy
lan will live at BSth-strect and Chester avenuo.
Miss Sophy Blspham, debutanto dnughter of
tho Rev. and Mrs. Clarence W. Blspham, of
4244 Pine street, will entertain a house party
over tho week-end when tho Army-Navy game
Is played here.
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
Lieutenant Commander Robert S. Menner,
who has been 111 at the Naval Hospital, has
geno with Mrs. Menner to the Berkshlres,
whero they will srjend a month.
The members of St. Rita's Club, Broad and
Ellsworth streets, will entertain this evening
In their club rooms. The affair will be an old
fashioned country dance, and autumn leaves
and flowers will transform the dance hall Into
a typical meeting place of "ye olden times."
Tho commlttco In charge of tho affair are the
following: Messrs. George Mullin, chairman;
Aloyslus Tlerney and Henry Maloney. Among
the guests expected are Mls3 Gertrude Wilson,
Miss Lilian Vosborne, Miss Eleanor O'Neill.
MIS3 Mary Halpln, Miss Catherine Wilson, Miss
Teresa Dondcro, Miss Margaret Rltter, Miss
Gcrtrudo E?an, Miss Margaret Mary Wilson,
Miss Agnes Vosborne, Miss Elizabeth O'Con
nell and Miss Mary Coward.
Mr. and Mrs. John Moroney, of the Glrard
Estate, wero entertained on Saturday at din
ner by Mr. and Mrs. Basil S. Walsh, of Bala.
William Montgomery, of 1723 Federal street,'
has just returned from an extensive business
trip through the South.
NORTH PHILADELPHIA
Miss Florence M. Stahl, of 223 North Fifth
street, whose wedding to the Rev. Walter Her
bert Grunow, of Sunbury. will be solmenlzed
next Friday, October 30, In St. John's Lutheran
Church, will give a dinner on Wednesday even
ing, Octobor 28, to her bridal party. The guests
will be Miss Henrietta Adelo Stahl, who will be
maid of honor: Miss Ethel M. Rauth, Mlsa
Mario Elisabeth Stoudt, Miss Henrietta Sulli
van, of Philadelphia, and Miss Loulso J. Ratz,
of Wechawken, N. J.; Ralph M. Durr, of Jersey
City, who will be best man, and the ushers, the
Rev. Hugo M. Wendel, of Trenton, N. J.;
Adolph C. Stahl, Henry Grunow, of Plttsfleld,
Mass., and William neumann.
Miss Sarah A. K. Martin nnd Miss Edith L.
Martin, of 1709 Jefferson street, entertained at
dinner, followed by pinochle, Saturday evening.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dar
lington nnd Ellis Darlington, of AVest Chester,
Pa.; Alfred Mellor Slbbct, Miss Estelle Lawson
nnd Harry Weaver.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gustav Savage, of 2553
North 16th street, have Issued Invitations for
the marriage of their daughter, Miss Florence
Adele Savnge, to Dr. Richard Dale Hopklnson,
Wednesday, November 4. at the Bethlehem
Chapel, Broad and Diamond streets.
TIOGA
Mr. and Mrs, Simon Drelfus, of 3S13 North
Uth street, gave a dinner last night at their
home In honor of Mr, and Mrs. Carl Bachrach,
who recently returned from their wedding Jour
ney. The color scheme of the decorations was
pink, the flowers used being carnations and
ferns. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Bachrach, Mr. and Mrs. Philip N. Arnold, Miss
Marjorle Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Bach
rach, Miss Berenice Drelfus, Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Abrahams, Alfred Abrahams, Miss
Miriam Drelfus, Mr. and Mrs. S. Drelfus, Otto
R. Hilllgman and Bernard R. Bachrach.
Miss Addle Lutton was hostess at a luncheon
Saturday for the members of the Sigma
Gamma Sorority at their October meeting. The
guests were Miss Helen Eyre, Miss Gladys
Fries. Miss Dorothy Oamble, Miss Edith Lar
zelere, Miss Helen Millard, Miss Beatrice Smith
and Miss Eloanor Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rosenblatt, of 2329 West
Tioga street, are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a daughter, Viola Grace Rosen
blatt. Mrs. Rosenblatt was a Miss Stern.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus C. Slckler, of 414
Cooper street, who have been on a motor trip
with friends for ten days, hao returned to
their home.
F. Wayland Ayer and daughter, Mrs. Wilfred
Frey, of 406 Penn street, have been spending a
week at their euramer home at Meredith. New
York. Mrs. Frank O. Manning, after an extended
visit In Merchantvllle, hae returned to her home
In Chicago.
Mrs. AV. W. Hodgson, of 132 Mansion avenue,
Haddonfleld, entertained at auction bridge re
cently. Miss Allee Armstrong, of Merchantvllle. re
cently entertained with a linen shower In honor
of Miss Ethel M. Royal, of 61S Cooper street,
who will be married to Remain C. Hassrick
on Wednesday evening In the First Baptist
Church.
Mr. and Mr. J C, Herbert, of Broadway and
Washington street, hare announced the engage
ment of their daughter Louise to Howard Kay
Cook.
MUSIGALE FOR CHARITY
Miss Spencer Will Give Concert for Benefit of
College Settlement.
Miss Syllvla Eastman Spencer, of Melrose
Park, will give a musicale for tho benefit of the
College Settlement of Philadelphia In Melrose
Hall, Oak Lane, Friday night, October 30.
Miss Spencer Is one of the most accomplished
pianists In the city. She Is a graduate of the
Ogontx School, and later continued her musical
education In Europe. After completing a three
year course In the Geneva Conservatory of Mu
sic Miss Spencer studied under Jan Slckesz In
Munich.
Sho is a member of the Executive Committee
of the College Settlement, devoting much tlmo
to the musical work among the children In the
settlement house nt 433 Christian street.
The musicale will mark the first public appear
ance of Miss Spencer In this country. Mrs.
George AV. Stewart, soprano, will sing.
A number of prominent matrons will act as
rhaperones of the musicale. They will be Mrs.
Henry E. Asbury, Mrs. Charles D. Barney, Mrs.
Edward AV, Bok, Mrs. A. T. Bruegel, Mrs. Clem
ent R. Hoopcs, Mrs. Newton Jackson, Miss Mar
shall, Mrs. E. Clarence Miller, Mrs. W. Harry
Miller.' Countess Santa Eulalla, Mrs. Leo Sil
verman, Mrs. Thomas E. Shoemaker, Mrs.
Henry Stetson, Mrs. John B. Stetson, Mrs. Wil
liam H. Shelly, Mra. Nathaniel H. Rand, Miss
Abby A. Sutherland, Mrs. Theodore Voorhees.
Mrs. Hampton L. Warner, Mra. Peter Woll, Jr.,
and Mrs. Charles Randolph Wood.
DEBUTANTE AFFAIRS
Miss Mary Ballard Will be Presented This After
noon by Ifcr Parents Luncheon.
The largest affair of the afternoon will be
the tea which Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ames Ballard
will give for their daughter, Miss Mary Ballard,
at their home in St. Martin's, Chestnut Hill.
Tho house is lavishly decorated great cybo
dlum ferns and tall palms are used with a pro
fusion of chrysanthemums In the decorations.
Innumerable bouquets and baskets and small
fancy potted flowers are banked about tho
rooms in which Mrs. Ballard and her daughter
will receive.
Miss Ballard will be assisted In receiving by
Miss Marlon Eyre Savage, Miss Eleanor L.
Porcher, Miss Huberta Potter, Miss Marjorlo
Taylor, Miss Emily D. Williams, Mis? Frances
L. Stoughton, Miss Catherine R. Newbold, Miss
Ethel C. Elklns, Miss Marlon S. Kingston, Miss
Elizabeth P. Dallas, Miss Rachel AA'. Latta.
Miss Marlon Cleveland, daughter of the lato
President Cleveland; Miss Louise Homer,
daughter of the great prima donna; Miss Mar
garet R. Kennedy, of Chambersburg; Miss Har
riet Kunhnrdt, of North Andover, Mass.
Miss Ballard will wear a dainty girlish frock
of charmeuso veiled In chiffon and shadow lace.
A dinner will follow the tea for the receiving
party, and additional guests among the younger
dancing men and the evening will be devoted
to Informal dancing.
The second debutante function today will be
tho luncheon which Mrs. J. Harrison Smith
will give at the Bcllevue-Stratford In honor of
Miss Margaret Berwind, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Henry Augustus Berwind, of Radnor.
The guests will be seated at small tables and
will number about 25.
WEDDINGS
Miss Baker Will Become Bride of Allen S. Dunn
Tonight.
One of tho most Interesting of this week's
weddings will take place tonight In the Tioga
Presbyterian Church, Tioga and 16th streets,
when Miss Elizabeth M. Baker, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. James H. Baker, of 3723 North
16th street, will become the bride of Allen S.
Dunn, son of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Charles
E. Dunn, of 1531 AA'est Tioga street. Doctor
Dunn, who is pastor of the church, will offi
ciate at the ceremony. The bride's father will
give her In marrlago and she will wear a whlto
gewn made of exquisite hand-embroidered Bheer
silk Imported from China. It Is draped over
white satin messaline and finished with a
court train. Her tulle veil Is attached to a
lace cap. fashioned like a diadem and held In
place with ornnge blossoms and pearls. Her
bouquet will be n shower of bride roses nnd
lllies-of-the-valley. Mra. "Maud Dreln Bryant,
the bride's cousin, will be matron of honor.
She will be gowned In pink crepe de chine nnd
lace and will carry a shower of rosebuds that
match the sown In color. A large black vel
vet hat with a pink rose on the side will add
a plotaresquo touch to her costume.
The bridegroom will be attended by his
brother, Robert Dunn, best man, nnd these
ushers: Roy Clifton Baker. AVilllam IX. Baker,
brothers of the bride: Charles E. Dunn. Jr.,
another brother of the bridegroom; Dr. AVilllam
C. Dreln, cousin of tho bride; James AVhltlng
and James McGee. The ceremony will be fol
lowed by a reception at the home of the bride's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn on their return
from an extended Journey will live nt 1536 Ker
baugh street. Tioga, and will receive after
January 1.
GROSSMAN-IUnniSON
SIlss Fannie Harrison, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Levy Harrison, of 2253 North Broad street,
and David Grossman, of 3207 Diamond street,
were married yesterday at noon. The cere
mony was performed by the Rev. Leon H.
Elmaleh, of the Mlckve Israel Congregation,
Broad and York streets. The bride was given
In marriage by her father and was unattended.
She wore her traveling gown of dark green
velvet. Immediately nfter the service, which
was witnessed only by the families of the couple.
Mr. and Mrs. Grossman left for a tour through
the South. They will live at 2117 North 20th
street and will receive after November 20.
FLASHES FROM "STARS"
There is a certain wizardry in the music of
Ivan Caryll a haunting eluslveness, a faery
dalliance, a Fragonard delicacy, a glittering
sparkle akin to the play of light on water. This
quality of personal genius runs through "The
Pink Lady," "Chin-Chin" and "Papa's Darling,"
indeed all of Caryil's music. Mr. Caryll Is one
of three composers writing In America who do
their own orchestration the other two, supreme
geniuses, too are Rudolph Friml. who wrote
"The Firefly," and A'lctor Herbert. Caryil's work
Is exceptional because of its simplicity, the clear,
untangled development of its melodies. The mu
Blc of "Papa's Darling" Is thoroughly delight
ful. With a French original of such piquant
plot and whimsical wit. with a composer such
as Caryll. with such stars and such a chorus
It Is to be regretted that the writing of the
American version of "Papa's Darling" was not
given to ono less uninspired, mechanical and
professionally commonplace than Harry B.
Smith. The book, aa It has been done by Mr
Smith, has the originality, vivacity and spright
llnesa of newspaper boiler-plate matter Indeed,
the books of Mr. Smith are generally in the
class of objects which drop forth after the in
sertion of a nickel In a slot. The first act of
"Papa's Darling" drags despite the sheer charm
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GEORGIA HARVEY
Who has scored another hit in character in
"Papa's Darling,"
THEATRICAL BAEDEKER
OPENING.
BROAD "Madam President," French farce,
starring Fannie AVard.
KEITH'S Sylvester Schaffcr in a marvelous
variety of specialties.
LYRIC "Tho AVhlrl of tho World," the New
York AVInter Garden Hpectacle, with Mile.
Chapinc, the Parisian prima donna.
AVALNJJT "A Fool Thero Was." Revival of
sensational play based on Kipling's "The
A'amplre." with Eugenie Blair, melodrama
star. In leading role.
CONTINUING.
ADELPHI "A Pair of Sixes," a farce by Ed
ward Pople. Two business partners shoot a
cold hand, the winner to retain the business,
tho loser to hecome his body servant for a
year. Delightfully laughable.
FORREST "Pnpa'3 Darling." musical comedy
by Ivan Caryll. On the excuse of having a
mythical son, a professor of moral psychology-
visits Paris and well, musically accom
panied complications follow.
GARRICK "The Yellow Ticket," by Michael
Morton. Florence Reed, revealed as an actress
of supcreminent ability In a thr-r-111-lng
melodrama of Russia.
LITTLE THEATRE "Arms and the Man."
Revival of Bernard Shaw's play.
of the music; the conversations are wooden and
automatic; the lyrics as banal an the lucubra
tions of rural poetasters. Careful rehearsals,
under Mr. Julian Mitchell, one of the most ef
ficient producers in America, may vitalize Mr.
Smith's lnanlmato dummy. The stolidity, the
dulness of the book alone can militate against
tlie ultimate success of this play, and, consid
ering the entrancing quality of the music, this
should be regretted. It Is to be hoped that
Messrs. Klaw & Erlanger will be fair to Mr.
Caryll In giving him aa a librettist for his next
work some one with a gleam of animation, a
modicum of Inspiration.
"Sparkling Moselle" Is the song hit of "Papa's
Darling." A happier vehicle for its lnterpre-
j tatlon could not be found than Dorothy Jar-
don's voice. Like the Caryll music, her voice
has a personality of Its own It Is voluptuously
warm, tropically rich. It carries the glow of
Caribbean sunsets and Cuban ftorlfondla trees In
bloom.
There Is sometimes a unique charm In inci
dental things, nnd In these, sometimes, a real
sense of art manifests Itself. Miss Jardon's song
Is aeconipanlej by a pantomime representing a
Dutch youth and maiden, the youth consumed
by an awed and wondering love, and, In the
second nppearnnce, after the maid has gone
"the great white way" of New York, by love's
anguish nnd despair. The little "bit" seems to
be a second thought with the producer, but It Is
one of the really most charming touches In the
play. It Is full of color, at once delightful and
touching, and executed with a genuine sense of
dramatic art. The expression of the love-despairing
youth nnd his brief acting show a.
latent, possibly even great, ability in panto
mime. AMUSEMENTS
CHESTNUT STREET Jg
"Homo of World's OrealeKt Plinto. Plays"
Tnlce Dally 2.30 ami S.30 Prlcei. 10. 15 an.l 2.V
last. IRELAND A NATION
"THE LITTLEST REBEL"
CoTTe" "The Spoilers"
Photo Melo-Dnuna
CON V I C TTT "MArTnT"EET"
STT T TJ) pen 9 M 0 ,0 P M
nil CAN' HE A ISITED
SUCCESS AS !"" DAT
SAILS SOON
DON T MISS SEEING REB
GARRICK Last 6 Evgs. w?'l
neti
& Sat.
FLORENCE In VpllnAA' TlVlfAf and EDWIN
REED TUB CllUn llCKet ARDBN
suPForvrKD hy an all-star cst
Popular Price W1ne8'lay Matlnte But Sioii (1 50
.t;.l nxwv nr.Aia MI1L11SUAY
HAZEL DAWN
in THE
DEBUTANTE
By H n It R Bmllh Music by Victor Herbert.
BROAD Tonight at 8:15 ""JM
CHARLES DILLINGHAM Prtatnta
FANNIE WARD
In the Rulllcklns French Farce
MADAM PRESIDENT
Popular Prlca Wednesday Matinee Bet Ftata 11.60
Nent Week THE SO NO OF SONGS-Seats Thurlay
ATJTrT.PTTT sl0nl Triumphant Week'
rV.J.1-HJi 111. milnnlnj; Tontiht 8:10
The Laughing- Hit of the "entur
"A Pair of Sixes" Cpnt,nuou tau;,M
Wholenoma 'lean Fun ' Bulletin.
'A BIG HIT" Telaph
B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE
Sylvester Schaffer Do'E,sBE-T,;r.
Surrounded by a Wonderful Bill CHESSV & DAVNE:
CLAIRE ROCHESTER, and O.her Star Features
LITTLE THEATRE
17TH AND
DE LANCEV 8T8
A i.wi o o ti rl Hva TVTon" Evenlnsa at 8 :SO
Vi Jlionuuniviuuii Man Thura ASat. 2 30
NEXT WEEK "THE RIVALS"
NIXON S
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MIUASO IIKOS . GORDON EL-
HKID 4 i-O . DOLLY 4 MACK
1 EDDIE CARR A CO. . U?Y BART:
LETT TRIO. GREAT JOHNKns-
Today 2.18. 749 LAUGHING
PICTIRES
qtamt i?v MARY PICKFORD
STANLhi BEHA;j,DJrHE 'e-
THEATRE ENGI.NDFEXPECTS"
EMPIRE winnIiTows
CASINO "SwKTXTTli'
ACTRESS IS DISTRESSED
BY ALLURING PARTS
Georgia Harvey, Playing in "Papa's
Darling," Enjoys Unattractive, Unpre
possessing Roles.
Sometimes, fortunately, actresjea do not
look off the ttaga an they do before) the foot
lights. If Georgia Harvey were aa truculent,
as Intimidating, as terrible when she walka
through the lobby of the Hotel Walton a
she Is as Mme. I.e Blanc In "Papa's Darllns"
a stampede on the part of the amiable gentle
men of leisure ho loll In the comfortable
leather chairs would be Inevitable. As Toland
oho Is the apotheosis of the bickering, hen
.ecklng, nagging wife. For Lo Blanc she
makes life one long, sour nightmare.
Miss Harvey, It will be remembered, scored
a tremendous hit as Madam Dondldler In "Tht
Pink Lady" and marvelously unrig one of the
big song hits, "Yes He Did, No He Didn't."
This success has been repeated as Tolande In
"Papa's Darling." Clothed In a striped nebra
dress, her hair projecting In an alarming knot
behind her head, with hugo black earrings In
her ears, her arms folded, her eyes flashing,
she consummately enacts her unprepossessing
role. One wonders whether Miss Harvey is so
gTlm nnd savage off the stage. No, off the
rtage Miss Harvey Is amazingly attractive and
beguillngly charmlnc In manner and voice.
Miss Harvey Is a Canadian, and entered
theatricals after singing In a. church choir.
"Wouldn't you prefer to play more appeal
ing parts?" Mlsa Harvey was asked as she sat
sipping tea at the Walton. "More attractive
less less unattractive parts, you know?"
"No, Indeed," Miss Harvey exclaimed. "
thoroughly enjoy playing these character
parts. Once, yes, once, I played a charming
role-Bertha In 'The lied Mill.' I disliked the
part and was absolutely distressed by It. I
never disliked a part so much. Why, I'd get
so Irritated I'd want to tear off the beautiful
yellow wig.
"You see. grotesTUe character acting I
unique. You get away entirely from yourself
and create character. It's real creation. No
matter how ugly the character, or grotesque,
I And It inspiring. I wouldn't be a heroine for
the world."
"Don't you think your character of the nag
ging wife is exaggerated?"
Miss Harvey's eyes flashed. "Not a bit
they grow in New England. I've seen them
there. Only In New England they have a nasal
voice. However, let me tell you that a man
who lets himself be dominated and henpecked
deserves all he gets. A lot of men are afraid
of women. Can a woman respect men like
that?"
In the last act Miss Harvey accomplishes
on of the most extra ordlnalk- flls of giggling
that a human being ever gSge utterance to.
Mme. Le Blanc, following her husband to
Paris, ha, partaken of wino and gotten a bit
tipsy. Miss Harvey describes her whimsical
exhilaration In a prolonged series of giggles
that bring a chorus of laughter from the
house.
"You think my laugh successful? Is It hard,
no. Indeed. I practiced It for three days
locked the door of my apartment In New York
so the neighbors wouldn't hear me, and tried
until I mastered it."
AMUSEMENTS
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
PHILADELPHIA
ORCHESTRA
I.EOrOLD STOKOWSKI, Conductor
Symphony! Friday Aftem'n, Oct. 30, at 3:00
Concerts Saturday Eve'nc, Oct. 31, at 8:15
Soloist: FRANK GITTELSON, Violinist
PROGRAM
Symphony No 4, E Flat Major Bruckner
Violin Concerto In F Lalo
Hunrarlan Rhap-oiile No 1 Llaxt
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PAPA'S DARLING
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Amphitheatre 80c at Academy night of parfarman
LYRIC TONIGHT!"
Grtataat of Ail K Y Wlntar Garden Rcvuta
THE WHIRL OF THE WORLD
A Dane Craxa Mutation
SCENIC WONDERS UALOHE'
Src the Linar Valeriana l.ie In Dock
Se the burning Uhlp and Thrilltnc Reacue of
l'nvtr in Mdean
Company of ISO lurludlna WU L1K and EtOEN'H
HOWARD and JO WINTER JARDEN GIRLS
WALNUT EUGENIE BLAIR
Mat. Tomorrow
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