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PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 28, 191A-
u n..-tm A1tff rrTt?KfTWrt
daughter of Mrs. Robert W. ownlne, of
24 Locust street, bids fftlr to bo ono of the
most popular debutantes of the season, and
(hat Is by no means a small compliment to pay
to the attractive bud, for It must be remem
bered thero are no small number of debutantes
this yr- Mlss UownlnK wl11 bo the BUe8t of
honor at a dinner dance on Friday nlfiht which
will be Riven on board the United States steam
hip Connecticut at the Navy Yard by Ensign
Charles H. Mecum. Miss Downlnff will be pre
eetned at a tea which will bo given by her
mother Tuesday afternoon, November U, the
tea to be followed by ft theatre party and sup
per. On November 21 her uncle. Dr. Frank D.
Dickson will glvo a dinner dance at tho Merlon
Golf Club for MIbi Downing, and on December
14 Mrs. George Peterson will entertain at a
theatre party In her honor.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Harrison, Jr., sailed
this morning from New York for Cuba, whore
they have their winter home, after having
passed tho summer at Wood's Hole, Mass.
Miss Alva Sergeant, who has been visiting
MIM Ella Brock at Lebanon, Pa., will return
to her home at 2030 Spruco streot, today, ao
oempanied by Miss Brock, who will bo her
guest for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Toland havo returned
from an Interesting trip through New England.
They went by motor to New York, thenco by
the Fall lUver Lino to Fall River, and by mo
tor to Boston and into the Berkshire Hllla. Re
turning, they crossed the Hudson at Kingston,
N. Y, and spent several days at Yama Farms
Inn. near Kingston, coming home by way of tho
Delaware Water Gap.
Their daughter, Mrs. Caspar Bacon, of Bos
ton, oocompanjed them on the return trip.
Mrs. Bacon Is a daughter-in-law of Robert
Bacon, who, It will ba remembered, was Am
bassador to Franco under tho Taft Adminis
tration. Cards have) boon Issued by Frederick C. Brew
stir for a Ua In honor of hla daughter, Miss
Elizabeth L. A. Brewster, Wednesday, Novem
ber 25, at the Bellovue-Stratford.
Mr. and Mrs, Edgar B. McKeag oro spending
a fw days in Atlantic City. Mrs. McKeag wilt
be remembered as Miss Anna Colkot French,
rhos marriage took placo In Radnor early this
Mrs. James M. Anders, who has been abroad
all summer and was in Holland at the out
break of the war, Is expected to arrive homo
Members of tho alumnao of Bucknell College
will give a tea on Saturday afternoon, from
!: until 6:30 o'clock, at tho Rlttcnhouse.
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
MERION-Mr. and Mrs. S. Earle Haines will
give an Informal dance Thursday, November
6, at their homo on Mnplo avenue. Mr. and
Mrs. Haines expect Miss Imogen Goddard, of
Lynn, Mass., to visit them for two weeks.
Later Miss Goddard will bo the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Dalo B. Fltler, at their apartments
at 18th and Walnut streets.
NAIUJERTII A number of prominent young
. persons will take part in the theatrical called
"Tommy's Wife." to be given In Elm Halt tho
night of Saturday, November 28, by tho Cht
Pi Sorority for charity.
Miss Mary Rowland, Miss Holon Jones, Mlsa
Katharine D. McDowell, Miss Bertha Harsch,
Miss Linda Kirk, Maurice du Marias, George
Ross and Stanley Kirk will take part in tho
The sketch, which will be coached by Miss
Malsle Simpson, promises to be most Inter
esting, Following tho play thero will bo a dance, at
which many young people along tho Main Line
will be present.
Mrs. It Mulholland, of Albany. N. Y is
visiting her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Mulholland, corner Essex and
Chestnut avenues, and will spend tho month of
November with them. Miss Ava C. Mulholland
left yesterday for Norrlstown, where shs will
spend a week, first as the guest of Miss Cath
erine Corson and later visiting her aunt, Mrs.
lUVEnFOtlD Miss Helen Longstreth Boyd,
daughter of James Boyd, of Movllla, Haver
ford, has returned to her home after a 10
days' visit to Baltimore.
Weekly dances are being hold at Haverford
Court on Wednesday nights and at the Merlon
Cricket Club Saturday nights.
Miss Florence Taylor, of Gowen avenue, will
entertain the Germantown Current Events
Club on Thursday at luncheon. This Is tho
first meeting of thewinter season.
Mrs. John HamnuuT Whlttaker, of Roadside,
Norwood avenue, will shortly Issue Invitations
for a dance to be held at the Whltemarsh
Hunt Club on Friday evening, November 27, to
meet her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Thomas Smith
Kelley. Mrs. Kelley will bo remembered as
Mlsa Sarah Hunter before her marriage early
Miss Julia Heebner has returned from Bay
City, Mich., where Bhe has been the guest of
Miss M. Coryell for the past month.
Mrs. Frederick Slraonln, of East Willow
Grove avenue, has returned from Atlantlo City,
where aha spent last week.
A series of meetings will ba held on Mondays
at th home of Mrs. Austin M. Purves, of E528
Seminole avenue. The subject of tha talks to
be given will be anti-suffrage. The meetings
will be conducted by Mrs. Goodwin, of New
Mrs. William Shields, of 411 School House
lane, will entertain at bridge on Thursday and
Friday of this week In honor of Mrs. Edward
Read and the Misses Read, of Lexington, Mass.
The guests who have been asked for Thursday
are Mrs. William G. Shields, Sr., Mrs. A. O.
Weyraann, Mrs Goodhue Smith. Mrs. A. E.
Bhaw. Mrs. Nelson Eberbach, Mrs. F. F. Mltnh
H. Mrs. George Ross Green, MIbs Edith Hart
well, Mrs. Joseph Hayward Roberts, Mrs Rus
sel Hartwell, Miss Helen McCracken. Mrs.
Charlea I. Smoot, Mrs. E. Wheeler Jenkins.
p O. Hurlburt, Miss Dorothy Green, Mrs. For
est T. Pearson. Mrs. E. Wheeler Jenkins and
Mrs. Joseph H. Roberts will preside at the tea
table. On Friday Mrs. Shields' guests will In
elude Mrs. Forrest T. Pearson. Mrs. William
G. Bhlelds, Sr , Mrs. Sydney Edmonds, Mrs.
Charlea Carter, Mrs. Edward Moore, Mrs.
Sydney M. Harrison, Mrs. Harold Bax
ter, Mrs. Robert T. Brookfleld, Mrs.
RUiabeth Rheln. Miss Elizabeth Clark, Mrs. G.
H Sutterly, Miss Ethel Altemus Byrd, Mrs. E.
Schumann. Mrs Herbert Fox, Mrs. Walter
E. Sheppard. Mrs William E Caveny, Mrs
French Reeves. Miss Emlen Slaughter, Miss
Edith Poole, Mrs. Henry Grey, Mrs Russeli
rtweU. MUs Dorothy Green, Mlsa Anne
IN AND ABOUT
Photo hj Eugen O'Connor
MISS FRANCES LEACH
Miss Leach had intended making hor debut
this season, hut has decided to wait for another
year. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Granville C. Leach, Jr., of Noble, Pa.
ALONG THE READING
Baron and Baroness von Hitler, son-in-law
and daugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Bar
ney, of "Elldon," Ogontz, will sail from Mexico
for tho United States on November 3, and upon
their arrival will go directly to "Elldon," where
they will bo tho guests for several weeks of Mr.
and Mrs. Barnoy,
Mr. and Mrs. William Paul O'Neill moved Into
their apartment at "Tho Maidstone" on Spruco
street, near Brood, on Monday. Mr. and Mrs.
O'Neill spent tha autumn as tha guests of Mr.
and Mro. J. Bertram Llppincott at "Mclmar,"
their country placo at Bethayres. Mrs. O'Neill
will be remembered as Mlas Marlanna Llppin
cott before her wedding In August.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller Watts returned
last week from a very successful three weeks'
hunting trip In the Canadian woods. Mr. and
Mrs. Watts were accompanied by Charles R.
Wood and J. Clifford Rosengarten.
Miss Margucrito M. Grlscom, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin F. Grlscom, of 4626 Spruce
street, will entertain at bridge Friday after
noon for Miss Margaret Habermehl, whose wed
ding will take placo Wednesday, November U.
There will be five tables.
Lieutenant Frederick C. Beisel, IT. S. A., and
Mrs. Beisel, who spent some time as tho guests
of Mrs. Belsel's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel
B. Cunningham, oC 203 South 42d street, havo
returned to Colorado Springs, whero Lieuten
ant Beisel Is stationed.
Two Teas, a Rabbit Party and a Dance Will ba
Part of Today's Doings.
Two debutantes will bo introduced at teas to
day. At Jenklntown Dr. and Mrs. Henry Mld
dleton Fisher will present their daughter. Miss
Mary Frances Flshor. at a large reception, which
wilt be given at Alverthorpe, their country
seat, this afternoon from 4 until 7 o'clock. Miss
Fisher will have a number of the debutantes re
ceiving with her, principally those living on
the Reading, among whom are Miss Ruth
Coxe, Miss Cornelia Carter Leldy and Miss
Susan B. Ingersoll.
Among others who will assist Mrs. Fisher
and her daughter In receiving will be Mrs. John
Cadualader, Mrs. Adolfo C. Munoz, Mrs. Georga
Harrison Fisher. Mrs. Henry Wharton, Mrs.
William Howard Hart, Mrs. Thomas McKean,
Mrs. Charles Morris Young, Miss Mary H. Cad
walader, Miss Frances Brlnley Wharton, Mlsa
Murdock, Miss Katherlno Murdock and Mlsa
Margaret La Forge, of New York.
At Haverford. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Clayton
will give a large tea for their debutante daugh
ter, Miss Mary E. Clayton, which will b fal
lowed by a dinner and danoa for the receiving
party and a few additional guests. Mtsi Clay
ton will be assisted In receiving by Miss Edith
IL Bally. Miss Jean Newbold Thompson, Miss
Elsa, Reath, Miss Virginia Roberts, Miss Char
lotte Harding Brown, Miss Alice Chapman
Thompson, Miss Jane Harding, Miss Hansell
French Earle, Miss Edith R. Ellison and Miss
Mary Stuart Wurts Miss Clayton will wear a
gown of charmeuse veiled in chiffon and shadow
The largo rooms of the house ar a veritable
picture of loveliness, beautifully arranged with
farleyance ferns, palms and autumn colorings,
and IWrly banked with the lovely flowers of
In the evening the much looked-forward-to
party which Andrew Gray will glvo at the Rab
bit, will take place. This year the buds who
have been honored by Mr. Gray's Invitation will
be Miss Helen Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Struthers Ellis; Miss Katharine Ash
hurst Bowie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Bayard Bowie, and Miss Susan B. Ingersoll,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward In
geraolL Among the other debutantes who will attend
wilt be Miss Charlotte Rush, Miss Edith Nevtll
Smythe and Miss Mary Tyson Denckls.
Then there will be the dance which Mr. and
Mrs. Barclay H. Warburton will give tonight at
Rosemary, their beautiful place in Jenklntown,
in honor of their daughter. Miss Mary Brown
Warburton, and their niece, Miss Marie Louisa
Wanamaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodman
Wanamaker, of this city and New York.
These two cousins will be Jointly entertained
all through the season. They are both blondes
of rather pronounced type, and exceedingly
pretty and girlish. About 100 guests will at
tend the dance tonight
TA&E PLACE TODAY
Miss Mary Humplircyu Will Be Married
to Harold G. Paine Tonight Other
A pretty wedding will take place tonight In
the Summit Presbyterian Church at 6:S0
o'clock, when Miss Mary MeElroy Humphreys,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Humphreys, will
become tha bride of Harold George Paine. Tho
ceremony will be performed by the Rev. P. R.
D. Bennett, and will be Immediately followed by
a reception for the two families and Intimate
friends of the bride and bridegroom. The bride
will wear a gown of white satin, made with
a short skirt and court train falling from tho
shoulders. The bodice Is made of the satin with
tiny white rosebuds made of ribbon scattered
here and there.
Soft tulle, heavily embroidered In seed pearls.
Is used for the sleeves, and la draped over the
waist The tulle veli will be finished with a
cap effect, edged with the pearls and fastened
with orange blossoms. The bridal bouquet will
be a combination of white orchids and lilies of
the valley. Mlsa Humphreys will have as mnld
of honor Miss Madeline Paine, a sister of tho
bridegroom, who will wear a rose-color satin
dress made with a sliort Bklrt Tho over
drapery Is of gold lace, and this same exquisite
trimming is used on the bodice and tiny
sleeves. A broad-brimmed hat of gold laco will
be worn, and a French touch is given by a
shower bouquet of orohld-color chrysanthemums
and apricot rosos, together with a sprinkling of
larkspur. The bridesmaids will Include Miss
Anne Stiles, Mlas Gladys Paine, Miss Emily
Moffly, Miss Agnes Levis and Miss Bessie
Steele. They will be gowned alike In rose-color
satin, made with small tralnB from the waist
line and trimmed with gold lace. Their bou
quets will bo orchid-color chrysanthemums and
apricot rosebuds. Large hats, tho brims of
which are made of gold lace, will have soft
black velvet crowns and a single pink rose.
Miss Miriam Humphreys will act as flower
girt. She will wear a dainty lingerie frock
and carry a basket of apricot rosebuds.
Mr. Paine will have as best man Mitchell Rile,
and the ushers will Include Carl Weger, Jasper
Nlcolls, Herbert Sldebottom, Rankin Davis,
Georga Scattergood and John Elroy Humphreys.
Tall standards bearing baskets of autumn
loaves and chrysanthemums will be used in tho
jilddlc nlsla of tho church, while palms ffhd
ferns will bank the pulpit. Tho same decoration
will be used in profusion at the home of Mr.
Mid Mrs. Humphreys, whero the reception will
Upon their return Mr. and Mrs. Paine will be
at homo after December 1 at 541 Pelhnm road,
The marriage of Miss Alice B. Mulltn, sister of
Mr. and Mrs, Francis T. Mullln, of ISO! Spring
Garden street, and John S. O'Connell took place
this morning at a Nuptial Mass at 10 o'clock In
tho Church of St. John tho Evangelist. 13th
street near Chestnut. The ceremony was per
formed by Bishop McCort. of Our Mother of
Sorrows', assisted by the Rev. William O'Donnoll
nnd the Rev. Thomas P. Buckley. The master
of ceremonies was the Rev. William J. Lolou.
Tho bride, who was glvon In marriage by her
brother, Francis T. Mullln, woro a handsome
soft ivory-white satin gown, with n court train,
trimmed in duchess and point lace. The tulle
veil was arranged with orange blossomB, and
she carried a shower bouquot of lilies of tho
valley and orchids. Tho bride's only ornament
was a diamond pin, tho gift of tho groom.
Miss Marguerletto Martin acted as maid of
honor. Blio wore a soft pink satin frock, walk
Ins; length, with an overdress of shadow laco
trimmed with rosebuds. Her bonnet was of
white chiffon with pink rosebuds nnd long pink
velvet streamers. She carried a shower bouquet
of Klllarney roses and lilies of tho valley.
The bridesmaids were Miss Helen Mllmamow,
Miss May Gerlty, Miss Beso McCarthy and MIS3
Gertrude Miller. Their dresses wore like tho
maid of honor's. They wore large black velvet
hnts, trimmed with pink ostrich bands and a
pink rose, and carried huge arm bouquets of
The three Uttto flower glrla were Miss Male
Mullln, Miss Kathleen Mullln and Miss Mario
Mullln, nieces of the bride. They wore dainty
white frocks trimmed with Irish lace, pink
sashes and white chiffon bonnets with pink rib
bons and rosebuds. They carried baskets of
pink aweet peas.
Mr. O'Connell had J. Norman Grant as best
man. and the ushers were James Bonner, Joseph
Mullln, George Moo! and Aloyslus Kelley.
A large wedding breakfast followed the cere
mony at the home of the bride, 1901 Spring Gar
den street, after which the bridal couple left for
an extended tour. They will be at home on
Wynnewood avenue, Overbrook, after Decem
A pretty wedding will take place tonight at 7
o'clock at the Park Congregational Church, 82d
street and Montgomery avenue, when Miss Mary
Brown Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lin M. Harris, Jr., of CS40 Anderson avenue, Sten
ton. becomes the bride of George Brackett Seltr,
of New York. The ceremony will be performed
by the Rev. Clinton B. Adams, pastor of the
church. The bride will be given In marriage by
her father, and wilt wear a lovely soft white
Liberty satin gown, en train, trimmed with
princess lace. Her tulle Tell -will be arranged
In a close-cap effect, edged with princess lace,
and caught with a wreath of orange blossoms.
Her shower bouqust will be of llllea of the val
ley and white roses, in the centre of which will
be a pale pink orchid. Miss Harris will be at
tended by Miss Evelyn McCort as maid of honor
and Miss Adalyn Palmer, Miss Emily Brooks.
Miss Helen Gelger, Miss Louise Emerson, of
Newton. Mass.; Mrs. Robert Coleman, 8d, and
Mrs. L D. Connor as bridesmaids. The maid of
honor's gown will be of pink crepe de chine
trimmed with cream lace to form a caps effeot
Her hat will be of black lace edged with fur and
adorned with a pink rose. She will carry a
white basket filled with Klllarney roses.
The bridesmaids will be dressed alike. In pale
blue crepe de chine, trimmed with cream lace.
They will wear black laoe hats trimmed with
flowers and a large pink velvet bow at the side.
and carry Pink baskets filled with Klllarney
Mr. S1U will have Robert Annick, of Now
York, as best man, and the ushers will be Fred
erick Jackson, of New York; Frank L. Smith, of
New York; William Carlisle, of New York;
Franklin M. Harris, M, Robert Coleman. d,
and I. D. Connor. A large reception will follow
tho ceremony at the Aldlne. After their return
from the wedding trip they will reside at 103
Haddon place, Upper Montclalr, N. J, and will
be at home after January 1.
A very pretty and Interesting wedding will
take place tonight In the Meeting House, 15th
and Race streets, when Miss Edith Harriet
Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn
Baker, of 1T27 Oxford street, and Clifford Roth
well Hunt, of Germantown, will bo married by
Friends' ceremony. Tho bride will be attended
by her sister, Mrs. William H. Craven, as ma
tron of honor. Her bridesmaids will be Miss
Elizabeth White, Miss Phoebe Lukens, Miss
Martha Bharplcs and Miss Helen Parker, all
fraternity slaters of tho bride in the Kappa
Kappa Gamma, of Swarthmoro College. A
gown of soft while satin veiled with chiffon
nnd trimmed with duchess lace and a veil of
tulle held In placo with a spray of orange blos
soms will be worn by Miss Baker. Autumn
tints will prevail In tho jrowns of tho matron
of honor and tho bridesmaids, that of the for
mer being of bronro charmeuse trimmed with
tulle of the eamo color, while tho latter will
wear ecru laco frock mndo over bronze chif
fon and trimmed with tulle of tho same golden
tints. They will carry arm bouquets of bronze
chrysanthemums. Mrs. Craven's bouquet will
ba a beautiful combination of chrysanthemums
of nil the autumn colorings. The best man will
be Hot ace Brown. Tho uihers, Horace L.
Baker, tho brldo's brother; William Barr, Nor
man Bair, Walter Halkett and Rodney Morlson,
nro members, with tho bridegroom, of the Phi
Sigma Knppa, of the University of Pennsyl
vania, The ceremony will bo followed by a reception
at tho homo of tho brldo's parents, which Is to bo
decorated with nutumn leaves and chryeantho
mums. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hunt will leavo for a tour
through tho South. They will live at 110 West
Mount Airy avenue, and will receive after Feb
Tho marriage of Miss Mary Elizabeth Ryan,
daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. J. Edward Ryan, of
Lunsdowno, to Charles Edward Waters, of
Philadelphia, took placo thlB morning at 9:30 In
St. Phllonicna's Church, Lansdowno, tho Right
Ilov. Monslgnor James P. Turner, of Philadel
Mlsfl Ryan was attended by her sisters, Miss
Ella M Ryan, as maid of honor; Miss Agnes R.
Ryan and Miss Cecelia SI. Ryan as bridesmaids,
and was given away by her fnthcr, J. Edward
Rynn. Mr. Waters had as best man Frank A.
Dorun, and tho ushers wero Joseph A. Rynn and
Francis B. Ryan.
Tho brldo woro a gown of canton cropo de
thlno, with court train, and a veil of tulle and
duchess lace fastened with orango blossoms.
The maid of honor woro palo blue crepe do
chine, hat of black velvet with blue plumes and
carried pink chrysanthemums. Tho bridesmaids'
dresse3 were of pale pink crepo do chine. They
woro hats of black laco trimmed with pink
roses and carried pink chrysanthemums.
Mr. and Mrs. Waters will II vo in Philadelphia.
Tho wedding of Miss Elizabeth Hindmnn
Wood, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Wood, to
Dr. Frank R. Stevenson, will take place to
night at 8 o'clock nt tho home of tho bride's
parents, 15S West Susquehanna nvenuo. Tha
ceremony will bo performed by tho Rev. Dr.
Robert Hunter, who baptized tho bride.
Miss Wood, who will bo glcn In mnrrlago by
her father, will be gowned In soft white satin,
trimmed with duchess Inco. Sho will wear a
veil of raro old lace, which was worn by her
aunt at tho Court of Spain many years ago.
Tho maid of honor, Miss Anna AVood, a sister
of tho bride, will wear a sown of apricot mes
saltno and will carry yellow chrysanthemums.
Mrs. Mertlco Shriver, tho matron of honor, will
bo gowned In white, with touches of pink, and
will carry pink chrysanthemums Tho brides
maids will bo Miss Marguerite Underhlll and
Mrs. Adolph Groenovleld, who will wenr blue
satin with trimmings of lace. Doctor Harmon,
of Indiana, Pa., will net as best man.
Following the coremony. a reception will be
held, after which Dr. nnd Mrs Stevenson will
leave for a trip through New England. They
will be at homo after December 1, at In
WHITE KAG N
A pretty wedding took place this morning In
St Pntrlck's Church, 20th and Locust streets,
when Miss Mary F. Fagan, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. P. J. Fngan, of 2035 Ulttonhou-se
stroot, became tho bride of James J. White,
Jr., of Darby. Tho ceremony was performed
at 3 o'clock by tho Row John Thompson, who
also said tho Nuptial Mass. Tho brldo woro a
soft gown of white crepe meteor, made with
a court train; hor tulle veil was held In place
by a cluster of orango blossoms, and she car
ried a shower bouquet of whlto rosea and lilies
of the valley.
She was attended by her sister, Miss Anna
D. Fngan, who woro a girlish gown of pale
pink crope do chine. Sho carried Klllarney
roses. Mr. White had for his best man Wynne
MIL A wedding breakfast for the bridal party
and the Immediate families was served at tho
home of tho bride, after which tho couple left
for a trip through the Southern States. They
will bo at home after December 1 at 570S Klng
Miss Marian Chester Smith, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Theodore I Smith, of 1531 West Erlo
avenue, and John L. Splolberger, of Tioga, will
be married tonight at the homo of the brldo's
parents, the ceremony being a very quiet one.
The bridegroom nnd bride, on their return from
their wedding trip, will live In Germantown,
at 115 West Louden street, where they will re
ceive after November 16.
A. Lincoln Acker, of West Venango street. Is
spending a week In Tike County, Pa.
The card club of which Mrs. Sumroerfleld B.
Bpeake, of Tioga, is president was entertained
at auction bridge Monday afternoon by Mrs.
Frank Gladlng. of :33 South Melville street
Those present Included Mrs Sherman Hoefllck.
Mrs. T. A. Holcome, Mrs. Robert Cox, Mrs. W.
Harris, Mrs. Terrance Mcllvalne, Mrs Carl Mc
Burney. Mrs. Ralph Grim, Mrs George Doak,
Mrs. Harry Porter, Mrs. Speak and Mrs. T.
The "Qui Becz." one of the most popular
downtown girls' clubs, entertained Informally
on Thursday last at a costume dance. The
club meets every second and fourth Thursday,
and has for Its president. Miss Marie Jack
son. Among those present at the dance were
Miss Margaret MoKeever, Miss Elizabeth Mo
Kenna, Mlsa Agnes Egan, Miss Maria Duff,
Miss Catherine McCoone, Mls Helen Sheehan,
Miss Eleanor Rush, and Messrs. William Diet
rich, George Dietrich. James Orr, Daniel Rush
and Frank Smith.
Mrs. Samuel Allen gave a luncheon, followed
by cards, jesterday at Wlmley's. 1W1 North
Broad street. The color scheme of the decora
tions was pink. Hor guests, who were mem
bers of her 500 club, were Mrs. George Wldener.
Mrs. Charles Thomas, Mrs. John D. Bills, Mrs.
Nelson Sailer. Mrs. Georga Comly Mrs H.
Thompson Cornell. Mrs. P. F. WelU, Mrs. A. F.
Ervln, Mlsa Elizabeth Green. Mrs. Lambert
Ott. Miss Sue Hurllch, Mrs Norman Stevens.
Mrs. Alfred Williams. Mrs C Armstrong, Mlaa
Anna Ireland. Mrs. G A Bislcr Mrs. A G.
Sparks. Mrs. Robert Snyder. Miss A. Ireland
and Mrs. Theodore Borden.
In "Papa's Darling" at tho Forrest
FLASHES FROM "STARS"
Lew Field's new mUBlcnl production, "Buzl,"
had Its first hearing at Providence, R. I.. Mon
day. It will open In New York at the Casino
next Tuesday night.
"Suzl" Is an adaptation from a Hungarian
operetta, by Otto Hauerbaoh, and was staged
by Gcorgo Marlon. The muslo Is by Aladar
Renyl, a Hungarian composer. Jose Collins
sings tho tltlo role. Others in tho cast aro Tom
McNaughton, Connie Edlss, Robert Evett, Frltzl
Von Busing and Melvlllo Stuart Tho scenes
of tho three acts aro laid In Budapest, Austria
Hungary, nnd Sorrento, Italy.
Charles Frohmon nnd Klaw and Erlanger
presented Elslo Ferguson for tho first time In
"Outcast," a play In four acts by Hubort Henry
Davles, at the Empire Theatre, Syracuse, Mon
day night Mr. Davles' play differs from his
other works, such ns "Cousin Kate" and "The
Mollusc." Tho company Includes Charlea Hen
ry, Marguerlto Leslie, Warburton Gamble, J.
Woodall Byrde, Anne Meredith nnd Nell Comp
ton. Miss Ferguson will begin her New York
engagement at tho Lycoum Theatre next Mon
Gcorgo B. Frothingham, whose Friar Tuck In
"Robin Hood" has become a classic on tho
American stage, celebrated hla golden wedding
October 20. He was married in 1864. His wife
1b not a "professional." Mr. Frothingham Joined
tho Boston Ideals in 1879, playing Dick Dead
eye In "Pinafore." In 1890 he was cast for the
part of Friar Tuck, and he has played the rolo
5000 times. At present ho is engaged in motion
Hazel Dawn, who is soon to be seen at the
Garrick, was first heard In Now York threo
seasons ago when sho played tho role of Clau
dlno in "The Pink Lady," at the New American
Theatre. Miss Dawn had beon on tho stage
before that, howover, In England, playing in
ono of Gcorgo Edwardes' companies, but she
had not gained much reputation. It was her
beauty that tho reviewers most praised the
morning after tho first performance of "The
Pink Lady." They admitted that she could
sing nnd act and played the violin exquisitely.
After sho had finished with 'Tho Pink Lady"
sho appeared in "Tho Little Cafe." Miss Dawn
plays the violin In "Tho Debutante," as she
did In "The Pink Lady," only this time the
occasion for doing so Is part of the plot In
order to benefit by a few weeks' Instruction
from her favorite teacher, Herr Kllllan, of the
Conservatory of Music, at Munich, Miss Dawn
made a hurried trip abroad during the summer.
At tho flnalo of the first act of "Papa's Darl
ing," at the Forrest, when Frank Lolor Is dec
orated with tho French Legion of Honor, origi
nally the "Marseillaise" accompanied the cere
mony. The muslo was written before the
European war was declared. It was changed to
another tune, with only a resemblance to the
French national air, so as to remain strictly
Miss Marguerlto Hertz, who will make her
debut to this city as Lydla Languish, In "The
Rivals," at the Little Theatre on Monday, Is a
Western girl, a fine horsewoman and a great
lover of outdoor sports. Sho has never appeared
east of Chicago, and declares that If the audi
ence Is as kind as this city Is beautiful she
never wants to go West again 1
.Miss Eleanor R. Gates, author of the plays,
"The Poor Little Rich Girl" and "We Are
Seven." was married in Paterson, N. J., re
cently to Lieutenant Fred F, Moore, a former
newspaper colleague. Lieutenant and Mrs.
Moore were on the staff of the San Francisco
Examiner during the earthquake. Lieutenant
Moore earned considerable fame by Issuing,
with the hilp of threo others, an extra of one
sheet on the following day. He served through
the campaigns in the Philippines. He is the
author of "The Devil's Admiral" and haa been
editor of the Argosy.
Willie Howard, the well-known character
comedian, who, with his brother Eugene, ar
featured players In "The Whirl of the World,"
at the Lyric Theatre, spends from two weeks to
convict AT ""SEar""
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ADELPHI -A Pair of Sixes," a farce by Ed
ward Pople. Two business partners shoot a
cold hand, the winner to retain the business,
the loser to become his body servant for a
year. Delightfully laughable.
BROAD "Madam President," Ftenoh farce,
starring Fannie Ward. Qobetto, an actres,
strays Into a French provincial town and
poses ns the wife of Uto president of the
commune, with hilarious complications.
F01UIE8T "Papa's Darling," musical comedy
by Ivan Caryll. But ono criticism can be
mado of Dorothy Jardon, tho star. She Is to
delightful that sho nppears too seldom.
OAimiCIC "The Tellow Ticket," by Michael
Morton. Florence Reed, revealed ns an actress
of supercmlnent ability in a thr-r-llllng
melodrama of Russia.
KEITH'S Sylvester Schaffer In a marvolous
variety of specialties.
LITTLE THEATRE "Arms and tho Man."
Revival of Bernard Shaw's play. Excellently
LYRIC "The Whirl of tho World," the Now
York Winter Garden spectacle, with Mile.
Chaplne, tho Parisian prima donna. Spec
taoulnr and hippo-dramatic, with "catchy"
songs and eccontrio dances.
WALNUT "A Fool There Was." Revival of
sensational play based on Kipling's "Tho
Vampire," with Eugenia Blair, melodrama
star, in leading rolo.
a month each year in the Jewish quarter of
New York city, and thus ho keeps In touch with
the characters ho plays.
Mile. Chaplne, prima donna of "The Whirl of
the World," at the Lyric Theatre, was first In
troduced to tho American publlo In John Cort's
production of "Tho Rose of Panama," in which
she played for two seasons. Then camo an
engagemont with the French Opera Comlque at
Buenos Aires, from which sho was recalled to
play tho rolo of Flfl In tha now Winter Garden
A now way for actresses to obtain personal
direction in acting from David Bclasco was
discovered last week when the producer and
manager had his first Interview with Mlsa
Blanche AuBtln, a young woman, 19 years old,
of Dayton, O. Miss Austin was tho winner
of a beauty contest conducted by one of the
Dayton newspapers. The Jesse L. Lasky Fea
ture Play Company had entered Into the con
test with a promtso of a contract at lo0 n
week to the winner to pose In motion pictures.
It was arranged that she also should receive
a month's Instruction In acting from Mr.
Bclasco, many of whoso productions aro being
remade Into motion pictures by the Lnsky
company. Miss Austin's "course" will last only
one month, but In that timo she will undoubt
edly have gathered Ideas that will give her
basis for a stage career.
Kate Douglas Wlggln's popular book, "Mother
Carey's Chickens," Is to be dramatized by
Rachel Crolhers. Joseph H. Brooks Intends to
produce the play early In January with Edith
Taliaferro in the principal role. This actress
headed the cast of Mrs. Wlggln's "Rebecca of
Lillian Kingsbury, who played last season
with Bllllo Burke, is on the stage this year
after a long absence. Fo- many years Mlso
Kingsbury and her husband were interesting
and successful Shakespearean players, and It
was always her greatest pleasure to train the
younger and moro promising applicants for
positions with her company.
It Is rocalled that Miss Kingsbury taught one
successful actress who was then a tyro. After
vainly trying to teach her Inflection In deliver
ing a speech, and suiting tho action to the
word. Miss Kingsbury, with no loss of pa
"My dear, follow me closely. So. Now spenlc
as I speak, and walk as I walk. You can do
this, can you not?"
"If I could do It like you, do you suppose
I would be working for $15 a week?" was the
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