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fevENING LEDGUK -PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914.
SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT
A DEBUTANTE for whom a number of af
fairs will be given will be Miss May IJrln
ton, daughter of Blnney Brlnton, of Over
brook. Mr. Brlnton will Rive a theatre party,
which- will bo followed by a supper at the Hits
Carlton, the nlRht of Saturday, November SI
(Mrs. William S. MaeLarcn will give a dance for
Jllss Brlnton In Easter week. Two cousins of
l!la Brlnton are also among the debutantes
of tho season, Miss Caroline Ives Brlnton and
Miss Anna Blnney Brlnton, daughters of Mr.
nd MrB. Ferreo Brlnton, of St. Davids, who
are spending the winter Rt the Aldlnc.
The engagement Is announcod of Mlts Marian
Richer, daughter of the Hev. and Mrs.
Alban Itlchey, of New Casttc, Del , and Francis
N. Buck. A sister of Miss Blchey was mar
ried to the Ilev. Floyd Tomklns, Jr., of this
city, tast June.
One of the most picturesque features of the
fair to be held at Horticultural Mall the nfter
noonn and evenings of December 3, 4, 6 will
be tho cretonno girls, of which Ml Susan
Bruce has charge. There will be 30 In alt and
they wilt be quaintly garbed In frocks and
bonnets of cretonne.
Another group of young women will peddle
lemonade from tea carts, which, for the occa
sion, will be converted Into lemonade carts.
Among those wilt bo Mrs. Harvey Saycn, Miss
Anna Florence Woodruff, JHsb C. Boatflcc B.
Fox, Miss daurlclla Itopklnson, Miss Mnrlo
Dallett and Miss Marguerite iMIlne.
Dr. and Sirs. It. Walter Starr, of 117 South
17th street, liavo sent out cards for a tea, to
bo given Friday, December 4, at which they
will Introduco their daughter. Miss Mario
Louise Starr. The card of Dr. It. Walter
Starr, Jr., Is enclosed In tho Invitation.
Miss Kathcrlnc Ashton will entertain at
luncheon at tho Union League, followed by a
matlneo theatro party In honor of Mrs. J.
Leslie Davis on Saturday, November 21,
Mr. and Mrs. William If. Tovls Huhn and
their son, W. H. Tevls Huhn, Jr., will spend
tho wcok-end In rrlnccton, Joining tho house
party which will bo given by Mrs. Huhn's sis
ter and brother-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Browne. Miss Bertha Gibus and Miss Ocnc
rlevc Olbbs will also be members or the party.
Dr. and Mrs. Browno will give a luncheon
Jieforo tho game on Saturday afternoon, and
, In tho evening will entertain at dinner, fol
lowed by informal dancing.
Miss Alice Tllghman, of Easton, Md., spent
the week-end as the guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Thomas d. Ashton, at Itedleaf, Wynnewood.
Mrs. B. E. Tlodermann has returned from
Delaware Water Gap, and Is now at the
Bellevue-Stratford for a few weeks.
A series of four muslcales will be held on
Monday mornings In December at the Belle-vue-Strntford.
Mrs. R. W. Hawkcsworth and
Mrs. J. Hutchinson Scott will be In charge of
the affairs, which will ba under the patronage
of Mrs. Charles D Barney, Mrs. Alexander
W. Blddlo, Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxc, Mrs.
Alexander .1. Dallas Dixon, Mrs. T. Henry Dix
on, Mrs. Q. W. Chillis Drexel, Mrs. John W.
Geary, Mrs. Hodman 13. Grlscom, Mrs. Charles
Custls Harrison, Jr., Mrs. Sydney E. Hutchin
son, Mrs. Isaac Tatnall Starr, Mrs. Edward T.
Stotcsbury, Mrs. Sidney Thayer, Mrs. Henry
Wharton, Mrs. George D. Wldcncr, Mrs.
Charles R. Wood and Mrs. Harold E. Yarnall.
Among tho artists who will sing at tho musl
cales will be Pasquale Amato and Miss Anna
Case, of tho Metropolitan Opera Company; Miss
Clara Clcmmons, Mrs. Dorothy Johnstone Base
ler, David Blspham, Osalp Gabrllowltsch and
Miss Helen Bell, of 1314 Locust street, will
leave tomorrow for Atlantic City, She will
be accompanied by her brother, Herbert Bell,
who Is recupcrntlnr from typhoid fever.
Miss Gladys Trlnkle will go to Princeton on
Saturday to attend the Yale-rrlnceton game.
f ALONGTHE MAIN LINE
(the oVERimooK Mrs. Eugeno O. Mosler, of
I 6349 Droxel road, will entertain the members
C' of her bridge club at Its second meeting next
Tuesday. Mrs. Joseph P. McCuIten Is presi
dent of the club, and the members include
Mrs. Paul D Millholland, Mrs. George A.
Smith. Mrs Wlnsor F. Eveland, Mrs. Olln
Burritt, Mrs Mntthew Qllmqre, Mrs. Charles
Collins, Mrs. Frank Hancock, Mrs. Paul
Wolfe, Miss Adele Hosier and Miss Jessie
Mr Joel Huber, of 1419 North Broad street,
entertained at a theatre party, followed by
supper and dancing on Saturday night.
WYNNEWOOD-MIss Margaret Watklns will
entertain at bridge Wednesday, November 18.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Ashton will move
Into town the latter part of this month,
ARDJjpnE The first of a series of monthly
neighborhood dances was held at Williamson
Hall, Ardmore, last Friday evening. A number
of the Main Line residents attended from Ard
more, Haverford, Bryn Mawr, Cynwyd and
Bala, Among the patronesses were Mrs, An
drew Macdonald. Mrs. H. H. Yarnall, Mrs,
James H. Hunt, Jr., Mrs. H. B. Relnhold, Jr.,
Mrs. Campbell Carr. Mrs. John J, VSelgler. Jr.,
Mi's. W. H. Moore.
The Athenians met at the home of Andrew
LlMcdonaId last night. The evening's entertaln-
-icm consisted or a trial ry jury or one or Its
- ember g, who was accused of following In the
ootateps of another member of the assocla-
m by a curious combination of coincidences.
"V. Macdonald was sheriff and Issued sum-
ionB onaes to all of the members, who took part as
lie Wtnesses, Jurymen, Judge and attorneys for
abound against the defendant.
fcVjtrFrofessor E. B. Knowlton, of Haverford Col-
iave'" waa Prosecuting attorney. Benjamin H,
)t fl.ndlow waa counsel for the defendant. Profes-
tui 4wn, j, umuu, ui mo university oc ienn-
r"'f Pedagogy, were star witnesses, The mem
bership oC the Athenians Is a social organlsa-
tlon, composed of about 60 residents of Ard-
inpre, Haverford and vicinity. The name la de
rived from the old Colonial name Athensvllle,
the name of Ardmore In the earlier days.
The committee In charge of these entertain
t tnents Is Mrs. R. H. John, Mrs, J, Charles
jH Edgier, Mrs. Campbell Crr, Blddon Harper,
"(JBr. Albert Rowland, Mrs. H. L. Relnhold. Jr.,
l-etfrs. M. E. V. Justice, Mrs. Bertley Wetge,
trfl.lanry Green, Edmund Gardiner,
xuce CHESTNUT JilLL
""? T. W Sharpless entertained Informally at
3i9cbeon yesterday afternoon at the PhlUdel-
Ly phla Cricket Club. After luncheon the guests
L tfm the afternoon on the golf links.
r ana mm. woman Uramp, of 8eminol
vinue, havo Issued invitations for a dan.ee, to
t vn Monday night. November 30, at tha
Sllalphla Cricket Club.
Mis BKlrabelh D. Lockwoed rturned yester
4Ay from New York, where ) spent last week.
' Tfce anairige of UUe Btth J Pool daujhtwr
f Mr. ana Mrs Charts P. Poole, of V SQytn
Hh tttot, to Artr i- Du4 wtt toit Ju
jieUy VtiiHf. t M v'clock, at ttv Ww ot
lMinlo Ijr Marrcili
MISS LOUISE FULLUU
Miss Fuller is the daughter of Dr. J. C. Fuller,
of 3402 Daring street. Her engagement to John
Lester Vannamc was announced in the spring.
Hies will be present. Mr. Dando Is tho son
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Dando, of Wynno
wood. Mrs. J. Bcvcrldge Leo entertained Informally
yesterday nfternoon nt her homo In West Phil
adelphia. Miss Marguerite Mnloncy, of Woburti, Mass.,
will visit Miss Ardls Tanguay, of Ml South
46th street, for tho week-end. Mls3 Maloney Is a
senior student at Tilnlty College, Washington,
D. C, nnd will be the guest of honor nt a dnn
Siint at tho Adolphla, Friday, Novcmbor 13. The
guests Include Mire Margaret Lukc, Mlis Eliz
abeth Lukes, Miss Olivia Haidy, Miss Madelclno
Murray, Miss Lconldo Daglt, Miss Vera Berry,
Miss Jannbel Ewlng, Miss Ardla Tunguny,
Jumcs Bonner, Charles Longncckor, Harold B.
Montgomery, John B. Kane, Watson Barratt,
Power Wcymnnn, llcglus McNamce and Mnrlyn
Mrs. Matthew Pntton, of 204 South 38th street,
entertained Miss Marlon Elliott, of Norristown,
nt her cottage In Choleea ocr tho week-end.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Shctzllnc, of 4220 Ludlow
street, gave a emntl dinner party last week In
honor of Mr. Shctzlino's birthday. Among those
present were Mr. and Mrs. John W. Power's,
Mr. and Mrs. John B. P.itton, Dr. and Mrs.
Giles and Miss Emma Shctzllne.
Miss Mary W. Miller entertained nt luncheon
lust week at hci homp, 4C0D Springfield avenue,
in honor of Miss Grace Scybert Halght, who
will become tho bride of Carl C. Strahley, of
Pittsburgh, tonight. Miss Miller's guests were
members of tho bridal party, nnd Included Miss
Murle Benltz, Miss Florence Rcld, Miss Miriam
Detwller and Miss Emma Strnhloy, of Pitts
burgh. A masked surprise party was given to Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stone, of 819 South 67th
Mreet, Inst evening. Dancing and Halloween
games formed the amusements for tho evening.
The guests were Miss Mary T. Beverson, Miss
Anna C. Bergholm. Miss Anna E. Moore, Miss
Ethyl G. Pearl, Miss Vera Coons, Mrs William
Pearl, Henry L. Bovcrson, George B. Moore,
John Kcllette, Jr., William G. H. Young, Jr.,
Asher S. Humes, Andrew Peters, Elmer J.
ALONG THE READING
Mrs. Fltz Eugene Dixon has returned from a
visit to Manchester, Mass. Mrs. Dixon will be
remembered as Miss Eleanor Elktns Wldcner.
Mrs. Elmer C. Schultz nnd Miss Miriam
Schultz, of Mather avenuo and AVyncoto road,
Jenklntown, spent tho week-end at State Col
lege, Pa. Mrs. Schultz's son, Lloyd Schultz, Is
a student at Pennsylvania State College.
Miss Anna E. McGurl: entertained lnut even
ing at a luncheon and COO party at her home,
24u3 South Garnet street, In the Glrard Estate.
Tho nftalr was In honor of Miss Laura Bean,
of Ferndale, who has been her guest for the
last few days. She was assisted In receiving
by Miss Mary Mack. Those present were Miss
Maude Grimes, Miss Florence Pennypacker,
Mies Agnes McGurk, Ml." a Rose McGurk, Miss
Rose Campbell, Miss Elizabeth Campbell, Miss
Agnes Jones, Miss Anna llopley, Guy Boyer,
Harold Newman, Balrt Esher, Gurney Wert,
Joseph Delahatnty, John McGurk, Thomas Ro
ney, Thomas Newman and Georgo Reed.
Mrs. Cochrane, wife of Lieutenant W. F.
Cochrane, of the Glrard Estate, Is entertaining
the members of her bridge club at a small tea
this afternoon. Her guests are Mrs. William
Bell, Mrs. Lucius Beebe, Mrs. Charles T. Black
burn, Mrs. R. S. Keyes, Mrs. George De Benne
vlllo Kelm and Mro. Clinton Williams.
Mrs. William Curry, who has been the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galen, at their home,
7 Souih 21th ktreet, for the last few days, left
this morning for her home in Jersey City.
Lieutenant Miller, U. S. N., will entertain
this evening on the U. S. S. Alabama. The
affair U a dinner-dance given In honor of Mtse
Anna V. Lyon, of Uellefonte, who is at present
the guest of Lieutenant T. H. Winters, U. S.
N., and Mrs. Winters at their home In the
Glrard Estate. The guests will Include Captain
Kessler, U. 8. N., and Mrs. Keesler, Lieutenant
Stiles, U. S. N., and Mrs. Stiles, Lieutenant
Commander O. A, Blasett, U. S. N., and Mrs.
Blsiett, Lieutenant Commander R. S. Keyes,
V, B. N-, and Mrs. Keyes, and Lieutenant T. II.
Winters, U. 8. N., and Mrs. Winters.
"Hie Monday Evening Bridge Club In the
Glrard Estate met last evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, 2612 South Garnet
street. The members present were Lieutenant
Commander B, 8. Keyes, U. S. N., and Mrs.
Ky Lieutenant Commander G. A. BIssett,
V. S., U., and Mr. Blasett, Lieutenant T. H.
Winters, U. 8. N.. and Mrs. Winters, Lieuten
ant O. A. Lutr, U. 8. M. C, and Mrs. Lutx, Mr.
and Mrs. Luelus Beebe, Mrs. Anna Lyon and
Mr. and Mrs, doldstoae, of UK South Kth
trt. gave a masquerade party last night 1m
hmor of their VMigBtr, Ults Battier Ctatdstone,
who o4fratrt hr Jtb fairUiday.
Tha tywfHias sotum3 wi of a very gro
tMKM thacta. Mwl tstoiig a tjscwo pent
wr tsjt itlmt of frieads no one wm recag
nlzed till tho vunmasklng, which brought forth
Among thoso present were the Mlssea Gold
stone, Knles, Lasker, Press, Feldman, Isen
bcrg, Del Counto nnd Wolfson. Mls rnnccs
Silver, of 1946 Norlh Patton street, sang several
eoloi, assisted by Miss Leopold.
The gentlemen present were for. O. Berman,
Fred Bernard, David Stone, Hyd. Gudls, Doctor
Brown, Daniel MoWclnman, "Bud"' Fhher, Eu
gene Del Countc, Edwin Shore nnd Charles
Mrs. W. II. C. Hnrgrave, of 1501 Norlh 17th
RtiPct, announces the engagement of her daugh
ter, Miss Esther Sarah Hnrgrave, to Samuel
F. Woods, of Germnntown.
Miss Lucy B. Smith, of lo31 North Bouvler
street, gavo a small bildge patty nt her home
last week. Her guests Included Mrs. C M.
Hull, Mrs. Roy Gale, Mrs. Henry Celb, Miss
Bertha Bnchtoll, Miss Margaret Bachtcll, Miss
Helen McLenr and Miss Helen Kane.
Mr. nntt Mrs Frank Du Gnu. of 646 North
12th street, gave a dinner followed by cards,
last ' night. Pink rdscs were combined with
ferns In the decorations. Mr. and Mrs.
James lllndte were tho guests of honor. Others
present were Miss Inez Cartlcdgc, Miss Marian
Stout, MIsr Iva Dugan, Miss Hose Smith, Miss
Jcsslo Bonsai, Miss ltuth Leas, .Mr. nnd Mrs.
Thomas Ilennlger, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mnln
warlng, Alfred Honnlngcr, Stnnlcv Busslnger,
William Bovard, Calvin Hnln, Rowland Deweos,
Conrnd Wnldlc. Cflnton Wundcrllch.
Miss Nnnnetto Mlcdcl, of 1719 West Mont
gomery avenue, was hostess at tho monthly
entertainment of tho Alpha Sigma Sorority.
Tho young peoplo who enjoyed tho delightful
costumo party were Miss Margaret Goddnrd,
Miss Muriel JnmcH, Miss Lit Rue Kcllar, Miss
Ethel Laird, Miss Mary Lynch, MIfr Marian
Moss, Miss Irene Porter, Miss Knthryn Sulvely,
Miss Carol Speck, Miss Ellznbeth Stein, Miss
Eleanor Tempest, Miss Mledel, Thomas Tomlln
son, Francis Loncy, Ralph Folwcll. Wolter
Foster, Walter Zcarfaus, Charles Wilde. Robert
Mill, Edward Llberninn, Russell Crawford,
Walter Wright, Ellwood Mledel and Carl Hum
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Fox. of ISM West
Tioga street, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles E,
Frlcko have returned from Washington, D. C,
where Mr. nnd Mrs. Fox entertained nt tho
Sliorchiim thtlr dnughtcr. Miss Rny Fox, and
Mis Helen Barnctt, of Gcrmantown, who arc
pupils nt tho National Park Seminary.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Newcorn, of 1S33 West
Erie itvenuc, gave an nt home from 3 to C
o'clock, yesterday. In cclcbiatlon of tho bc
trothul of their dnujhter. Miss Frances New
corn, to Ell Bernhclm. Assisting In receiving
were Miss Madeline Levy', Miss Leah Ham
I'Utgcr, of Now York, who are spending ft few
days with Miss Ncwcoin; Miss Martha Bern
helm, Miss Isabella Wclnrlck and Miss Leonora
Airs. James Rothwcll, of Jamestown and Ter
raco streets, nlll entertain Informally tonight
Her guests will bo Mrs. Robert Whiteside, Mrs.
Verner Frame, Mrs. Joseph Sumner, Mrs. Wal
ter Enrlcy, Mrs. William Stctlcr, Mrs. Clifford
McMaster, Mrs. Chnrlcs Ilnberleln, Mrs. Theo
dore Baldwin, Mrs. James Frnmo and Mrs.
S. R. Ito-er.
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Ulmcr, of Baldwin
street, havo announced tho marriage of Mrs.
Ulinci's daughter, Mies Maud Irene Winkler,
to Charles Emanuel Forsstrom, on October 21,
nt their homo. The ceremony was performed
by the Rev. Arthur S. Walls, pastor of Eben
ezcr Methodist Church.
MRS. PIKE ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Clayton M. Pike Gave a Large Luncheon
Today at tho lUttcnhouse
Mrs. Clayton W. Pike, of 4422 Walnut street,
gave a pink luncheon today, followed by cards,
nt the Rlttonhousc. She was nsststed In receiv
ing by Mrs. Anthony H. Geutlng, Mrs. A. C.
Vauclaln, Mrs. Albert Carol Wood and Mrs.
Martin J. Mulken.
The hotitess' gown was of pink crepe meteor
nlth opalescent trimming. Mrs. Geutlng wore
peach color satin with a pompadour chiffon
iMrs. Albert Wood's gown ,was of leaf brown
chiffon over old gold satin, with Valenciennes
lace collar nnd cuffs. Mrs. Mulkon wore a benu
tlful gown of pink sntln trimmed ylth lace, and
Mis. Vauclaln looked very stately In a gown
of black crepe do chine and white point lace.
The decorations were In pink, including the
favors. Tho prizes were tall cut glass vases.
Among those present were Mrs. George D.
Porter, Mrs. Samuel II. Ashbridge, Mrs. Wil
liam Merger, Mrs. Georgo Miller, Sirs. George
Scranton, Mrs. Samuel Armstrong, Olrs. Schuy
ler Armstrong, Mrs. Oliver D. Weed, Mrs. Al
bert AVood, Mrs. James Duryea, Mrs. Joseph
McAllister, Mrs. Edward Hoyer, Mrs. Clement
Lloyd, 'Mrs. William Jeffries. Mrs. Walter F.
Pete, Mrs. Frank Hardt, 'Mrs. Walter Hardt,
Mrs. William Brlcker, Mrs. W. Wadsworth,
Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs. C. Bartlett, Mrs. J. B.
Kennerly, Mrs. Howard Evans, Mrs. George
Powell, Mrs. J. Nltsche, Mrs. George Nlcholls,
Miss Sarah Diernbach, Miss Brooks, Miss do
Craft, Miss Fisher, Miss Watson, Miss Stokes,
Miss Bowman and Miss Broomell.
Miss Haight to Become Dride of Carl C. Strahley
Miss Grace Seybert Halght, -daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frank H. Halght, of 633 South 42d
street, will becomo the bride of Carl C. Strah
ley, son of iMr. and Mrs, Lewis W, Btrahley,
of Pittsburgh, Pa,, at the Woodland Presby
terian Church, 42d and Pine streets, this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
The ceremony wll be performed by the Rev.
James R. Swain, pastor of tho church. The
bride will be given '" marriage by her father,
and will wear a handsome gown of Ivory white
satin with a court train. The bodice will be a
Jacket of princess lace. The tulle veil, made
In a cap effect, will be edged with princess
lace and caught with real orange blossoms,
sent to the brlda from California, and her
shower bouquet will be of orchids, lilies of the
valley and gardenias.
Miss Halght will be attended by Miss Mary
W. Miller, as maid of honor, and Miss Emma
A. Strahley, a sister of the bridegroom; Miss
Marie Benltz, Miss Florence A. Reld and Mies
Miriam Detwller as bridesmaids. The little,
flower girl will be Mlsa (Miriam Stranger, a
cousin of the bride.
The maid of honor will be gowned In a pale
blue panne velvet en train, elaborately trimmed
with opalMwnt trimming. With this she will
wear- a large blaek velvet bat adorned with
two blue oatriah plumes, and will earry a bas
ket with a blue ribbon handle, ailed with yel
low Ward row and UU of the valley.
The btidasaialdi will be drMd alike 1b pale
pi ok crep da chlM, wltb a bodies of gtek, vel
vet and as overaklrt of white pUtl nt ruf
fles Tbtlr bat jrUl b. of feaJc yvt with
pluk ostrich tijua, and they wiU earry J4-
fashioned bouquets of pink roses and lilies' of
the valley, with long pink ribbons
The lower girl will be daintily clad In ft
whlto lingerie frock, with a pink sash nnd hair
ribbon, nnd she will carry n basket of pink rose
buds and tiny pink chrysanthemums
Mr. Strahley will have his brother. Lewis W.
Strahley, Jr., of Pittsburgh, as best man, nnd
the ushers will be James Ralph Halght, n
brother of the bride; Murvlne Kirk Alleb.tck,
Albert V. Smith, of Wllllnmsgort, and Brlce
Lcmmon, of Pittsburgh.
After tho ceremony a large reception will be
held nt tho Phlloimislan Club, 3911 WnlnUt
street, which will bn elaborately decorated
with palms, roses and chrysanthemums.
After an extensive wedding trip, the bridal
couple will reside In Wllklnshurg, where they
will be at home after January 1, 1913.
A pretty, quiet homo wedding will take place
this evening, nt 7 o'clock, when Miss Alice U
Riley, daughter of Mr. nntl Mrs. James Hllcy,
of 2S04 Norlh Park nvenue, will becomo th(
bride of George II. Pnbst, Jr. The ceremony
will be pTformcd by the Rev. Rutger Dox,
pastor of the Tioga Baptist Church, llroad nnd
Tioga alreots. Tho bilde will bo given lit nnt
rlagu by her father, nnd will wear a charming
gown of softest Ivnrv white satin The Metllcl
collar nnd long sleeves will be of rcnl lace,
while a panel from tho shoulders edged with
rcnl Inco forms tho long train nnd Is trimmed
with orange blossoms. She will wear a tulle
veil, held In place with orango blossoms, nnd
carry a shower bouquet of lilies of tho valley
The brldo's only attendants wttl be 'Miss Mar
guerite Craven, ns mnld of honor, mid little
Miss Kmlllo It. Cr.-nen, ns flower girl,
Miss Craven will wear a lovely dress of palo
blue nut I n, beautifully trimmed with Iridescent
trimming, and will carry u largo arm bouquet
of yellow chrysanthemums.
Tho flower girl's frock will ho of white lace,
with pink siibIi nnd hair ribbon. Her dainty
basket will be lllled with tiny pink sweetheart
'Mr. IMbst will havo his brother, Arthur Pabst,
ns best man.
A reception will follow the ceremony, after
which Mr. nnd Mrs. Pabst will leave for n
month's trip to Florida, and will bo nt homo
after Jnnunry 1, nt their apartment, on Angora
terrace, 31th street nnd Baltimore avenue.
Tho marriage of Miss Lillian Sacks, dnugh
tcr of Mr. and Mrs Hnny Sacks, of bD37 Ridge
nvenue, IJoxborough, and Samuel Huber, of
1527 North 33d street, will be solemnised to
night In tho Beth Israel Temple, 32d stteet and
Montgomery avenue. The. Rev. Marvin Nnthon
will perform the ceremony, which will bo fol
lowed by n largo reception In Mercantile Hall,
Broad street above Master. Palms, ferns nnd
autumn leaves will form nn effective back
ground for the mni'sos of pale yellow nnd pale
purplo chrysanthemums which will bo used In
tho decorntlons of tho auditorium. The bride
will wear n lovely gown of whlto satin, covered
with white not, embroidered with seed pearls
and trimmed with duchc&s lace. Her tulle veil
is edged with small pearls and attached to a
cap of laco which will be held In place with
orango blossoms Orchids nnd lilies of the
valley will form the nfcrlclal bouquet. Miss
Estello Sacks, the bride's sister, will be maid
of honor. Her gown Is a beautiful pale green
satin, covered with net of the same color em
broidered with green crystals. She will carry
pale yellow chrysanthemums Miss Cella Cravls,
Miss Bella Sacks, another sister; Miss Pearl
Apt, Miss Rose Wlescn, Miss Alice Rltch and
Miss Mlnnlo Haber, tho bridegroom's sister,
will bo bridesmaids. Their frocks are of palo
yellow net, embroidered with yellow crystals,
made over palo yollow satin, nnd they will
carry pale purplo chrsanthemums.
The bridegroom will have his brother, Morton
Haber, for best man, tnd theje ushers: Samuel
Berger, Dr. Samuel M. Graham, I. Slgmund
Cravls, John Kaplan, Charles Perlberg, Jerome
Apt, Richard Rose, Joseph Wliikour, Samuel
Stein and Milton Staub. Mr. and Mrs. Haber,
on their return from their honeymoon trip, will
live nt 3723 North ISth btrcet, whore they will
receive nfter Janunry 1.
Mrs, George J. Harding Will Present Daughter
At Dansant This Afternoon
Miss Jano Harding, daughter of Mrs. Georgo
Jasper Harding, of 2215 Walnut street, will be
Introduced to society this afternoon In the
Rose Gardens of the Bellevue-Stratford, at a
large tho dansant. Tho large loomu of the
gardens are beuatlfully decorated with palms
and ferns and the numerous bouquets received
by the debutante. Mrs. Harding will recelvo
at the entrance of the gardens, and Miss
Phoebo W. Adams, whose engagement to
George J Hnrdlng, Jr., was announced last
spring, will stand with Mrs. Harding and her
daughter. Mlsa Harding will wear a beauti
ful gown of white satin veiled in an overdress
of Biumels lace silver allot and tulle; sho will
hold an old-fashioned bouquet of pink rose
buds and lilies of the vallej. Mrs. Harding
will be gowned In white velvet, trimmed with
opalescent sequins and will carry gardenias,
while Miss Adams will wear a frock of pale
blue satin with an overdress of net embroidered
In palo blue. She will carry rosebuds and
lilies of the valley. Mrs. Harding will be as
sisted In receiving by Mrs. John King Van
Rensselaer, Miss Charlotte Kenner Harding
and Miss Grace Blgelow, of New York; Miss
Margaret Garrard and Miss Beulah Garrard,
of Belleport, L. I.; Mrs. Samuel F. Houston,
Mrs. W. Kemblo Yarrow, Miss Katharine H.
Hare, Miss Ellen Jacquett Sellers and Miss
Alva Sergeant Miss Harding will have a
large number of the debutantes receiving with
her. They will Include Miss Charlotte Harding
Brown, Mlsa Margaret Handy Burton, Miss
Anna Massey Heckscher, Miss Elizabeth Thomp
son, Miss Jean Christian Bullitt, Miss Mary
Stuart Wurts, Miss Virginia Roberts, Miss
Marie Louise Wanamaker, Miss Mary Brown
Warburton, Miss Edith II Bally. Miss Mary
E. Clayton, Miss Elinor Judd Dean, Miss Hilda
Tunis, Miss Pauline Disston, Miss Anna Mary
Walthour, Mlsa Dorothea OberttmfTer, Miss
Rebecca Alice Lycett, Mlsa Christine Spencer,
SIlis Hope McMlchael, Miss Caroline Ives
Brlnton, Miss Anna Blnney Brlnton, Miss Isa
bel Stoughton, Miss Emma Ashton Dorr, Miss
Lucia Alice Warden, Miss Elizabeth E. Wister,
Miss Edith Neville Smythe and Miss Charlotte
Mrs. C. Fontaine Maury Leldy entertained
at a large luncheon In honor of her niece, Mlsa
Cornelia Leidy, and Miss Mary Bvslyn Chew.
There were several tables, which were decor
ated with Yarllored chrysanthemums. The
guests at the debutante table bsldes Miss
Leidy and Miss Chew Included MIm Cordelia
Btddle, Miss Isabel Wurts Page. Mtsc Mary
Stuart Wurts and Miss Blsa Reath.
In the evening" Miss Cordelia Btddle will he
guest of honor at a dlnntr-dancc, which Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Van Remelaer will give
at Camp Hui, their place oa the Haadiag lint.
The gussts, who will be cbUfly of tbe debutants
Ml will W atd at saaaU taMaa, which will
fe bcurtd with rossbu4s and turOy ehrysaa
tfesntUM aad, various rare Sowers.
1 THE DRAMA
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, J Ik ,visi . 1
In 'The Debutante" Gnrrick.
Dumdum Villain, War, Guns, Secret
Marriage Fustian Drama in "The
Story of the Rosary."
Some folks like caviar, some carrMtfl fciiof and
cabbage. Pome tnlte to chicken livers en bro
chette, others again to Wienerwurst. Certain
gentlemen prefer domestic pilsner to cremo
v'vctle. Why squabble about taste? Many
certainly will like "The Story of tho Rosary,"
vhlch opened nt the Lyric Theatro last night.
"The Story of the Rosary" Is a melodrama
filled with saccharine emotion, stuffed straw
characters, brummagem heroisms, sham battles
nnd what not. Melodrama of tho old-fashioned,
tried nnd tested variety. A half dozen fat gen
tlemen In the audience clapped vociferously each
time the tormenttd hcrolrdropped a tear or
imprinted n kiss; .t few dried "herring wept their
InHt snlt tenrs. We thought of tho novels of
Charlotte M. Brncme, Laura Jean Llbbey and
Charles Gnrvls, of I2llza crossing the Ice In
"Uncle Tom's Cnbln," the woes of "Nellie, the
Itenutlful Cloak Model," and the agonized de
sires of S.WW.OOO women a.s described by the elo
quent pen of Chctn Rhlldc Window. Nothing In
life ever happens as It Is described by the Hall
Corellls, Mario Calnes, Owen Dnvlses, "Little
Sister" authorcssos or swashbuckler melodra
matlsts ol morals, wars, emotions or economics.
Hyperbole that's the word! Hlgh-falutln, ram
bunctious, rip-snorting guff often gets the en
cores. Hnrken to Allen Dale, who recently left his
lob: "The sublime sensation of going to the
theatre had returned to me. 'The Story of the
Rosary' In lt simplicity, Its sincerity and Its
careful adherence to tradition the Iron-clad
tradition of melodrama got me." The cele
brated author of "A Mnrrlago Below Zero" was
so entranced, so captivated, so enthralled, he
did not for once daintily shake a few drops from
the phial of acerbity and venom, with which
he usually tinctured Ills toasts to so mnny ex
cellent plajs. Mr. Dalo praised "The Story of
the Rosary," aa docs the press agent. Yet we
Oh, yes, if you want the thrill of a loop-the-loop,
a Jnck Rose cocktail or three, a peep Into
a Victoria Cross novel, a hasheesh pill or a
dinner of Bauer krout, neither shall we object.
If you wish to witness the rampant romance of
a princess, "the only daughter of a ruined aris
tocrat," beloved by two captains of the Red
Dragoons, cousins, "fast but false friends," the
one actuated by Jealousy and envy (hist, tho
sibilant voice of the press agent'), one of whom
wins tho princess nnd marries her at mid
night in a church, then goes to war, only to
be arrested, and later sent forth to lead the
battle, then wo can recommend you to go to
see "The Story of tho Rosary."
The stago settings are "scrumptious." There's
a real production of a stained glass church
window. There's an old priest who praja In
falsetto. There's a mother superior who stag
gers and swoons and remembers an nncinnt
love affair. There-'s a heroic chap played by
the author, Walter Howard who waa fired from
the army bectuee of, well, the press agent
acknowledges It a malady known as "drunken
ness," uud who brings to the convent-Immured
wlfu the news of her husband's death. There's
the wife about to take the ell when, "as ten
deily, devout words are leaving her lips, her
husband approaches and folds her in his arms."
This sort of thing Is without the realm of
serious dramatic criticism, even as are the
works of Charles Garvlce, Bertha Clay and
Nick Carter. If you like this sort of thing,
go t' itl It Is not drama. It can't be consid
ered seriously, old chap, youh know! It Im
presses, startles, makes you Jump with gun ex
plosions, and If you're a dried herring, you
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TPTif"OT"DTP UAT1KES TODAY
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ATJELPMI "A Pair of Sixes," fnrco by fid
ward Peple. Two business partners shoot a
cold hand, tho winner to retain the business,
tho loser to become his body servant for a
enr. Maude ISbume Inimitably funny ns a
mtOAD "Tho Song of Songs." new play by
IMward Sheldon An episodic adaptation of
Hermann Sudermnnn's novel detailing a glrl'rt
quest of well, tho dramatist call. It love. A
Play In which tho worst Is tho best acted.
KOIlltBHT "Sari," charming operetta, with
MImI Hajos nnd Irene Powlowska MlMl
Hnjos, as Karl, n Hungarian girl, transported
to Paris. Is Inimitably. coly funny and just
captivating MBi Powlowska sings oporntlc
ally nnd charmingly.
OAIlIltCK "Tho Debutante." new muslcat
coniedv, with book bv II. H nnd It. D. Smith
ntitl music by Victor Herbert Haiel Dawn
a subjugntlngly beautiful heroine.
KUITH'S Celebration of tho I2th anniversary
of this popular vaudeville houio with Jesse L.
Lnsky's tabloid musical comedy, "Tho Society
Buds." Note below.
L1TTL1J THHATIllJ-nxccllcnt rovlvnl of "The
Rivals" In nrlgliinl form ns written by Sheri
dan, ndnilrabli ncted. ,
LY11IC "Tho Ktory of the Ilosary," war melo
drama In famous Drury Lano style. Review
WALNUT "Within the Lnw." Catherine
Tower convincingly portrays Mury Turner,
who Is unjustly sentenced to prison, but
may even weep a few salt tears. Melodrama
Is hh old as tho hills we presumo It was pro
duced In the days of Aristophanes nnd Sophocles.
Only it didn't last. It never does. Neither will
"The Story of the Itosnry."
Chrysanthemums nntl More nt Keith's
Entering tho lobby of H. F. Keith's Chestnut
Street Theatre you get the Impression that a
beautiful bovy of bewildering birdies have sent
to Manager Jordnn, out of the slnccro ndmlra
tlon of their hearts, munificent and perfectly
tantalizing tributes of flowers. The doorkeeper
pretended gravely It was his birthday. Hut a
serious and persistent Inquiry revealed the
truth, that tho floral decorntlons were not
evoked by the deserving giaces of cither Mr.
Jordan or the nuijordomo of tho door. It waa
the twelfth anniversary of Keith's.
This Is nn occasion for local elation. If we
owned a pink handkerchief wo'd give It to
the theatre. lVc might even glvo a chain and
locket. For birthday pnrtlcs are birthday par
ties, and no ono enn but rejoice that Kelth'a
got a place In the sun It Is u happy child.
Strange, though, guests nlwnys fall to arrive.
Even nt natal celebrations. Mr. and Mrs. Gor
don Wilde, the "famous Kngllsh shadowgraph
ists," nre on the Morion. Tho Merlon was two
days late. Therefore they coma not Introduco
their "animated .shndows." Then, too, Belle
Ashlyn got sick nnd sent her regrets. One felt
sorry. Especially when ono has experienced
the preliminaries of birthday parties. But, lushl
Without being uncomplimentary, they weren't
missed one bit. All the guests of tho celebra
tion on tho stago proved highly amusing, es
pecially as even no grape Julco was served,
nnd the audience had a good time.
Gladys Clark and Henry Bergman appeared
In a Bketch called "Tho Society Buds." Mr.
nnd Mrs. Bernon Tassle, the celebrated ex
ponents of dancing, break down In their auto
mobile on Long Island und are unablo to reacTT
New York to teach "tho year's crop of society
buds" new dances for $3000. However, tho
maid enacted by the sllvery-hnlrcd Gladys
nnd tho chauffeur Bergman undertake to win
the WXX) by faking the dances. They do, with
a delightful variation of dances nnd songs.
Vnn Hoven, who calls himself "the dippy mad
mnglclan," filled out 40 minutes of extra time
by rushing through the theatre into the street
nnd securing the assistance of two gamins, one
of whom held a 10-pound cako of Ico half or
the 40 minutes nnd sent tho audience Into fits
of laughter. Tho Mngleys gave an original
dance lovue, and Allen Dlnehart proved he
wasn't "Tho Meanest Man In the World," In
a sketch of that name, by saving a winsome
maid In business from bankruptcy.
The flowers In the foyer were nice. But the
nnnlvcrsnry entertainment was nicest
LYRIC The APPLAUSE!!
LAST NIGHT FROM A GREAT AUDIENCE OF
Walter Howant'a Vnmous Drama of Love amt War.
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