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EVENING LEBGER-PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914,
SOCIAL LIFE IN AND ABOUT
riss MAniu louisb sTAnn, who win
Lmako her debut at a tea to be given on
fthft afternoon of Frlttny, December 4, by her
hinrents, Dr. nnd Mrs. n. Walter SUfr, of lit
IHouth lilli street. Witt be nssljtcit In recetvlns
thy Miss ttllrabelli Cummlncd, Mla Jlarjruerlto
iaiuHon, Miss Vlrulnla AVetherlll. Miso Elba-
fbeth Yardley, Miss Lucille Llphlncolt, Miss
Illeanor Wunder, Miss Elizabeth Huclinnan,
Miss Florence nuo. MIm JlarKUerlte Hollo-
petci- and JtUa Jtnrle James, of DoylMlonn.
Mrs. O. It. Meeker will preside at the tea table
nnd Sirs, Hcgiy Marshall will rccelvo with the
Following the tea n dinner and theatre party
r.'lll bo Riven, at which iho additional auests
will be W. Atlec Burpee, Jr., David nurpee,
Hobort Wetherlll, Joseph Iloyal, John IlaUa
man, Jtorrli Herkncss, John Hell Huhn,
Frances nue, Frank Ilogers, Thomas Calhcait
and Dr. n. Walter Starr, Jr,
Mr. and Mis. Julius Chrlstenscn, of Syra
cuse, X. Y., formerly of dermantown, an
nounce tho ensafreincnt of their dnURhter, Miss
Alina II. ChrlBtcnsen, to Andrew Terrlne
Monroe, of .Mount Airy. No dnte has been
set for the wedding.
Mrs, llobert W. Downing, of 1624 Locust
street, will motor up to Princeton tomorrow
for the Yale-Princeton feamc. She will chap
erone a party of youngr people In honor of her
daUBhter,!,Mlss Itoberta Drown Downing, a
much-fetod debutante of this season. Tho
other guests will be Miss Uubcrta Fottcr, Miss
Mae Patterson, G. Roland Sergeant, Walter
W. L. Fotterall, Norman Dunning: and Joseph
21. Patterson, 2d.
William Worrell Wocncr, who has been on
n fortnight's gunning trip In the South, has
returned to Ellerslclgh, his residence on School
The annual luncheon and anniversary re
ception of the Mntlneo Musical Club will bo
held In the parlors of tho Roosevelt on Thurs
day, November 10. An attractive scheme of
decorntloii has been planned, which will In
clude autumn folinge nnd chrysanthemums In
, varying shades. About 300 members of tho
club are expected to be presont.
Allan J. Henry, whose marriage to Miss
Sara Doverenux Ogdcn, of Now York, will tako
place November 10, will be guest of honor at
n dinner nt tho Lilacs tonight, which will
be given by members of the University Uargo
Mr. nnd Mrs. William L. Hirst, Mrs. William
,. Roberts Howell and Harry C. Yarrow will mo
tor up to Princeton today to attend the Ynle
, Princeton football game, which will take place
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Patterson and Miss
.Rebecca Patterson havo taken a house at 2054
Locust street for tho winter.
Mrs. Eugene Dorey, of 1D18 Locust street,
hns Issued Invitations for luncheon nnd bridge
on Wednesday and Thursdny of next week.
Tho marrlaife of Miss Edith J. Poole, daugh
ter ot Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Foolc, to Au-
trey J, Danclo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S.
' Dando, of Wynnewood, took place qtilotly to
t day nt noon at the home of the bride's parents,
I, S0J South ISth street. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Dr. Richard Hnrrls In the
Presence of the Immediate families of the bride
and bridegroom. A email wedding breakfast
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
OVEnnnoOK Miss Gladys Fries, of SXS High
land avenue, will entertain at luncheon tomor
' row. Her guests will be Miss Beatrice Smith,
Miss Helen Millard, Mlso Addle Lutton, Miss
Helen Eyie, Miss Dorothy Gamble, Miss Edltn
Lnrzalcre and Miss Eleanor Stone.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hilton have returned to
' their home on Drexel road after a trip through
t ARDMORE Now that the winter season has
t opened, a number of dancing classes have been
organized along the Main Line. At Ardmote a
i children's dancing class will meet every Satur
t ' day nfternoon nt the home of Mis John C.
Spiers, on Simpson road. The class I In cu.irge
kjof Miss Sylvia Holman Miller, nnd the mem-
bers Include Miss Helen Green, Miss Ellra
v bjth Tarr, Miss Eddn C. Spiers, Miss Louise
Harper, Miss Anita Fredrlcks, Miss Olndys
Reddlck, Mlfa Beatrice Jackson, Miss Louise
Robinson, Miss Carolyn Robinson, Master
Donald Stuart, Master Jack C. Spiers, Mas
ter Robert Wittenberg, Hornco IJozi, Reginald
r Jarrett, Louis Jarrett, Donald Bozz and Rlch-
; nrd Jarrett.
t , Starting tomorrow evening a fortnightly
L, dancing class will be held at the home of
Doctor and Mrs, A, L. Rowland, and Miss Mll
i ler will also have charge of this class. Among
the members nre Doctor nnd Mrs. Ezra Allen.
teMr, and Mrs. M, II. Harper, Air. And Mrs.
RPHerbeit Tarr, Mr. and Mrs, m! F. MacDowell
t ajnd Mr. and Sirs. Thomas C. Plnkerton, of
s CHESTNUT HILL
Mis. Cllntonla Brown, of Wilmington, Del.,
'a 111 arrive on Saturday, to be the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. II. Norman Perkins, of 27 East Ben
ezer street, for a week or '10 days.
Wlss Elizabeth D. Lockwood will resume her
fdajiflng classes ns usual thia winter, There
"will hi a cUs every Friday afternoon for little
children and a class alternate Saturday nlchts,
ifur older men and women at the Philadelphia
Mrs. Carter will entertain at dinner tonight
,aj the Philadelphia Cricket Club before the
cJuh dance. Covers will be laid for 12.
Th Beta Chapter of the Qptlraus Chi Fra
gility of the Central High, School will hotd Its
, memnly meetfpg this evening at the home of
l-Wllllam H Hunton, 120 East Gorges lane.
P A party of young peopla who will motor to
fi-riiitoion lor ine game on Saturday are Miss
tint jioiciiKMs, anas uamartne v. caesard.
Uwaihiney. 2d, of Yale, and William Mc-
, Jr . ton of the Secretary of the Treasury
Will lunch at the Princeton Inn. att.nrl
tie, tfawe and. returning ' town, afrjd the
i? w9 i 1115 wisnyu vnusct viUD in me
SJlM UotehklsJ, of Rye. K. Y.. will arrive to.
4 U be the guet of MUs Cassard for a week.
HtM- Alexao&er WUter. of 434 Wm Shol
HMte lane, will entertain at dinner tonight
btfore the dam t the HunUngdon VaUi
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I'liolo by Sari P. T. Price
JUSS ELEANOR FLOOD
Miss Flood made Iter debut at a dinner dance
on Wednesday night at tho Philadelphia Cricket
Club. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mr..
Edward T. Flood.'
bridge today. The guests are Miss Emily Tay
lor, Mrs. Clinton Beagnry and Mrs. Samuel
Mrt. Frederick Dudley, of 2S07 Indian Queen
Innc, hns ns her guest Mrs. James Perry, of
Mrs. James Watson haa gone to New York
for several weeks, to be tho guest of her
Miss Margaret Falkncr, of Tulpchocken street,
has returned from Larchmont, N. Y.. where
she has been visiting friends,
Mrs. Bcrcns nnd her daughter, Miss Bernlco
Berens, have taken a house nt Pulaski nvenuo
and Logan street for tho winter. '
ALONG THE READING
Thcro will be a shore dinner and dance at
tho Huntingdon Valley Country Club, at No
ble, on Friday night. A number of tho mem
bers will entertain at dinner before tho dance.
There will bo a club dance at tho Old York
Road Country Club on Saturday evening at
8:30 o'clock. The committee In chnrgo In
cludes Miss Ileba White, Miss Bentrico Wal
lace and Thomas II. Brown.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel W. Whan, of tho St.
James Hotel, gave a dance at tho Hunting
don Valley Country Club, at Noble, Pa., last
evening. Tho ballroom was decorated with
autumn leaves and chrysanthemums, together
with brilliant electric effects. Among the
guests who attended wcro Mr. nnd Mrs. James
Balfour, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Balfour, Mr.
Vand Mrs. Albert Baltz, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin
A. Bookmyer, Sir. and Sirs. Edwin A. Carre,
Mr. nnd Mrs. John P. Connolly, Sir. and Mrs.
Charles A. Daniel, Sir. nnd Mrs. Isaac Landls
Detweller, Kir. nnd Sirs. Clarence E. Doan,
Sir. nnd Sirs. Charles P. Donnelly, Sir. and
Sirs. W. Clair Elliott, Mr. and Sirs. Forrest
B. English, Mr. and Sirs. Bertram G, Frnzler,
Sir. and Mrs. Samuel A. Oteenlee, Sir. nnd
Sirs. James Hollighan, Sir. nnd Sirs. H, R.
Humph'reys, Sir. and Sirs. Thomas H. Lewis,
Mr. and Sirs. Charles H. Longworthj Sir. and
Sirs. D. C. Sletheny, Mr. and Sirs. William
F. Metzger, Sir. nnd Sirs. J. Alfred Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Slahlon W. Newton, Sir. nnd
Sirs. SI. J. O'Mearn, Sir. and Mrs. George L.
Parker,1 Sir. and Mrs. George L. Parker, Jr.,
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick S, Parks, Sir. nnd Sirs.
John Patton, Sir. and Sirs. Harry C. Rausley,
Sir. and Sirs. Joseph N Rellly, Mr. and Sirs.
George J. Roesch, Sir, and Mrs. Thomas L.
Rogers, Captain and Sirs. Leon F. Rubens,
Sir, and Sirs. George Sheppard, Sir, and Sirs.
Thomas J. Sinclair, Sir. and Mrs. Wesley
Stead. Mr. and Sirs. George C. Stephenson,
Miss Helen Stephenson, Mr. and Sirs. Edwin
A. Vare, Sir, and Sirs. William Scott Vare,
Miss Mildred Warner, Sllsa Emily Elizabeth
White, Sir. and Mrs. eorpe W. Young,
Mrs. William. J, Coane, who has been spend
ing the past fortnight at Westminster, Md.,
will return to her residence, at 39th and Locust
Sire, Charles F. Wall, of 45th and Spruce
streets, will entertain at 600 this afternoon.
Her guests will be Mrs. Frederick J, Halter
man, Sirs. Jacob Bohrleber, Sirs. Hiram Hlrsh,
Mrs. William Rltter, Mrs. Rudolph Sosna, Mrs.
Edward Hnrtel, Mrs. Hairy Artelt, Mrs. Jacob
BeUwanger, Mrs. Harry Bowers, Mrs. L, Ess.
linger, Sirs. Radcllff, Mrs. Frederick Danne
hauer, Mrs. C, 8. Lauber and Mrs Rosenberger.
Miss Leonldo Josephine Dajlt, of 4527 pipe
street, entertained a bridge club yesterdsy.
Among the members of the club are Miss Flor.
ence Elliot, Miss Edna Wtler, Miss Slarjorle
Morris, Miss Roumalne Taylor, Miss Gladys
McCarthy, Miss Helen Roberts, Miss Ann
McKnlght, Miss Katherlne Slgrtlmore, MJis
Dorothy Mortlmore, Miss Florence Rtld, Sllsa
Helen Dunn, Sirs. Warren Moss, Mrs. Waiter
Peterson, Mrs. Albert Stuetz, Mrs. Leon
Brown, Mrs. Harold StcAntny, Mrs. Qhares J
Mrs. Walter WaUs, of 1153 South 4(th street.,
entertained her alub t Iuntheon and bridge on
Monday. Apto.es tfte. guests were Mrs. Swope,
Mrs. LuHens, Mrs, Rase, Mrs. McAUMer. Mrs,
Baton, Mrs. Menjle, JJla firrllt, Mrs. De
Havep, Mrs. Qarber and Mrs. BalnbrUse.
Mr. and Mrs- Julian AUawler, of 31H Rc
street who Have been spending thak honey
moon U a camp 1b the Maine wod. will re
turn home tWs wl-" Mrs. Alexander will be
rMtt?tkMre4 a UIjm Virginia HHj.
Mr, vlwge DBoWtgMi X$t. of Edge
water Prfc fcM jus return tmm ft vt4t t
Wmri&$. tm&&)&i ,-s ? l
Waihlhgton nnd IS noiv nt her home, 2333
South 21st street. In thn Glnvrd Estate.
While In the capital she was the guest of
Sirs. Hughes Olllphnnt, who gave ft delightful
bridge party followed bv a largo reception
In her honor. Mrs. Kelm will entertain Sirs.
Benson on November 17.
John SI. Duffy, of 1416 Castle avenue, who
Is nt present tratdllng In Western Pennsjl
vanla on an extensive business trip, Is expected
to return tomorrow.
William O'Brlent of 1427 Morris street, who
Is nt present visiting William Sljretus, a for
mer Phllndelphlan, at his home In Boston,
Is expected to return on Jlondny.
Lieutenant C. A. Lutz, V. 8. SI. C, nnd Mrs.
Lulz, of 2327 South 21st street, aie enter
tntntng Lieutenant Lutz's parents, Sir. and
Mrs. B. F, SI. Lutz, of Chicago.
Mrs. Thomas Simmons, of 1518 South Broad
street, entertnlned nt t bridge pnrty yester
day nfternoon. Among her guests were Sirs.
George StcLnUgh, Sirs. George W. Young, SIlss
Ella Young, Sir. Courte, Sirs. Edward Ills
ley, Sirs. David SIcCoach, Sirs. George Shlsslrr,
Sirs. Thomas Kcefer, Sirs. George Wllon,
Strs. Parks, SI. D., Slr. Frank B. Stockley.
Sir. and Strs. StcCue, of tho Glrnrd Estntc,
nre entertaining Sir. and Strs. Samuel Laird
nnd their two little children, Jennie nnd Don-
I ntd Ijilrd, of Nnrherth.
Silts Anna Stccouch, who hni been the lnt
two months nt Atlantic City, hns returned to
her home, 2034 Bnlnbrldge street.
Sirs. C. Storlnrtty, of 1412 Cnthirine street,
nnnounces the engagement of her daughter.
Miss Cathcrlno E. Slorlarlty, to SIntthew
Ttodgers, of 1335 Christian street. No dnte hns
been given for tho wedding.
Mrs. T. It. LUllc'V Now York city. Is nt
present visiting her mother, Sirs. E. B. Con
nty. of 2333 South Clevclnnd nventtc, In th
The mnrrtiige of SIlis Helen Goodman,
daughter of Sir. and Sirs. Bcnno Goodman, of
230i North 21st street, nnd Slorrls N. Cohen, of
10OI West Erlo nvenue, will tnkc plnce on Mon
day night, November 1C, nt tho Rlttenhouse.
The Rev. Dr Joseph Krnuskopf, of the Kene
srtli Israel Congregntlon. will perform theVcrc
inony. SIlss Goodman has selected her ttster,
SIlis EIjIo Goodmnn, for maid of honor. Dr.
Wllll'im E. Rnken, will be Sir. Cohen's best
mvm. After n lengthy wedding Journey, thu
brldcgioom and bride will live In Logan.
Sirs. Robert Seymour, of 1R.10 North ISth
etreet. rntertalnpd her bridge club this nfter
noon. Her guestp were Sirs. John Sloore. Sirs,
acorge V,. Kltson, Sirs. Robert Foitcr, Sirs.
Harry Painter, Sirs. Fritz Qultncr, Sirs. Alfred
Brnchcr, Stra. William Stovenson, Strs. Thomas
Patton. Sirs. Robert Seymour, Sirs. John Frey,
Sire. Edwnrd Hnhcnlen. Sirs. William Slycrs,
SIlss Annette Blclin and Sirs. Charles SIoss.
SIlss Florence O'Boyle, of 2257 North 13th
street. Is visiting her Ulster, Sirs. Joseph B.
Yountr, Jr., of Slount Carmcl, Pn.
Mrs. II. D. Sloore has returned to town nnd
hns opened her house at 1731 Sfnster street for
Miss Helen Gorman, of 19I3.SInstfr street, will
cnttrtnln tho card club of which she Is n mem
ber this evening nt her home.
The Aeschylean Players, a Tioga organiza
tion that is winning much prniso for its excel
lent drnmntla performances, will give tho com
edy, 'Tolly In Politics," tonight in the lecture
hall of the Erlo Avenue Methodist Church, 7th
tre"t nnd Erie nvenuc, in nld of the work of
the Slen's Blblo Union of that church. Tho
cniil will Include SIlss Freda D'A,rdenne. SIlss
Helen D'Ardenne, Mies Slabel Burt, SIlss Iva
Harding, James T. Anthony, Jr., Fred Tleld,
Arnold Carter and Edward Latimer. The lat
ter is president of the club. Other members
are Sirs. Walter Ross, stage director; SIlss
Cora B. Anthony. SIlss Elsie Fredericks, Miss
Slaryland Gunegan, SIlss Ruby N, Anthony.
SIlss Violet B. Anthony, SIlss Edna Ingram,
SIlss Emily Woodward, Frank Cnrter, Wnlter
D'Ardenne. Thoinns StcCrackon, Newton Pet
tit, Cde Seckler, Joseph Sterns and Raymond
The Alumnao Association of the William
Penn High School will hold a vaudeville show
and dance Monday and Tuesday evenings, No
vember 18 and 17, nt the Scottish Rites Hall.
Broad and Cherry streets. About 65 girls will
take part. The committee In charge are SIlss
Eleanor Kervln, SIlss Edna Smith, SIlss Ellen
Kroneberder, Sirs. F. SI. Wass, Mlsj Slaybelle
Beietta, Miss Ray Rles and Miss Slary F. Row
bottom. Sir. and Sirs. Ralph SIcICelvey have returned
from their wedding journey and are receiving
ot their new home, 2311 West Atlantic street.
The bride will be remembered as SIlss Irma
Lott Benumorit. daughter of Sir. nnd Sirs.
George N. Beaumont, of S350 North 2!d street.
Sir. and Sirs. John F. Erhard have returned
frgm n tour through the West and are occupy
ing their new home, 5614 Hunter avenue. Sirs.
Erhard was SIlss Gertrude A, Holl, daughte'
of Sirs, Anna Holl, of 3 HO North Broad street.
Miss Begins. McCormlck, of 3551 North Broad
street, will be hostess to the members of her
'500 club at luncheon and car da tomorrow.
Her guests will Include SIlss Helen Dougherty,
SIlss Slary T. Treacy, SIlss May Slurphy, SIlss
Lavlnls, Dougherty, Silts Marrnret Sullivan,
SIlss Nan Sllnogu, Mrs. Joseph McCormlck,
Miss Agnes MoKenna, SIlss Lorana Murphy,
Sirs. Edward Vincent O'Hanlon and SIlss Kath
Sirs. John O. Struse, of 6510 Ridge avenue,
will be hostess to the members of hr sewing
club this afternoon. Her guests Include Mil
Helen Rehfus, Sirs, Frederick Stott. Sirs. N.
Clair Rnrnbaugh, Mru, Orlando Petty, Mrs.
Frank Ktnworthy, SIlss Emma Rehfus, Mrs,
Roy A, Robinson, Sirs, Charles Weln, Sirs, Al.
bert Hpod s-hd Sirs. Robert Hays.
Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Ooihpw, of 43 Conar
roe street, have announced the marriage of
their daughter, Miss Jessie Humpjton Goshow,
to William E. McClennan, of 644S Ridge ave.
nue. on Wednesday night, November 4, at
their home, Mr. and Mrs. MoCIennan will live
on Martin street, Rqiborough.
Mr. &d Mrs. Jehn Qeraghty are reelv4ng
teftgjrsHUtlpiU w th Wrlfe of H sa. Ml
QMktSbty was formerly Marie Muen. f tfets
Mrs, LmoWI and th uyu Rjiaa hav
Joined the daflcins clats wlUch wrtt mut W4.
awrfay. th lSlfa. to Suicr HpiL
M"W Frwic XetAiS. KclMiiAK. tl vUltiAB
JIIsh Marlon Oesterlle, ot 68 Hast Linden
SIlss Rena, B. ItorrocVs, of Stnnatawna ave
nue, entertained Informally last night. Her
gittsls wre Slles Slnrgarct Neely, SIlss Mildred
Beaver, SIlss Grace Heller, SIlss Florence Bar
rls, Jtlss Anna Roshon, SIlss SInrlan List, SIlss
Minerva Webster And Sties Esther Jolli
DANCES FORYOUNGER SET
Mrs. Wurts' Clais Will Hold First Meeting To
night Mr. and Mrs. Pool Entertain.
The first meeting thin season of the dnnclng
class which Is chaperoned by Sirs. Charlis
Stewart Wurts will be held this evening nt 8 30
o'clock nt Asher's, Kd nnd Walnut streets. Tha
decorations will be very simple; a few palm
and the shaded lights will throw n pretty glow
upon the dancers. Sirs. Wurts has conceived
tho Idea of forming sovetnl committees of the
younger mm to assist her In conducting the
clnss. They lead the cotillon, Introduce the
new members rnd make themselves generally
useful nnd Indispensable. The committee for
the first rlx meetings Includes Clnlnn SIcEI
roy, Jr., Tristram Coffln Colket, 3d, Ernest C
Savage, Louis Hobinson, Wlstnr Slorils and
Alfred Lewis. Tho class will meet every nlter
nnto Saturday during the winter.
Sir. and Sirs. Hjdncy Herbert Tool, of Anl
morc. will give n delightful Informal dnnte al
th SIcilon Cricket Club In honor of their
daughter, Mls Lois Alexander Pool, who will
be ono of next year's debutantes.
The largo rooms of tho clubhouse will be dec
orated with palms and numerous gorgcou
chrysanthemums of many and varied hues,
whllo because of Frldny, tho 13th, a no?l nnd
pretty fenturo of the decorations will be a largo
hnrseshoo formed of apricot nnd maroon col
ortd clnjenntliomums, which will festoon the
balcony rail and shower good luck upon nil tno
.Miss Pool will wear a becoming frock ot
apricot chiffon, fashioned In a simple girlish
stylo without any definite wnlst line, and with
oands of mauve vehet as the only trimming
Sirs. Pool nnd her daughter will be nsslsted In
receiving by Mrs, William E. Somcrs, Jr., Sirs.
J. Howaid Brown nnd Sirs. Pool's daughter-in-law,
3lrs. Sjdney Alexnndcr Pool, of Palmer
ton,' Pa. About ISO guests will be present, nnd
among them n large number of this nnd next
seasons' debutnntes from nlong the Main Line
and from town.
A novel Innovation which tho older people
particularly will enjoy will be tho opening of
the card rooms during the dance so thnt, while
the young people, delight In dancing the time
unity, their elders may wander In for a game
Among thosr who will bo the guests of Sir.
nnd Mrs. Pool over the dnnco arc Miss Slary
Little, of Foloroft, Pa.; Miss Gertrude Show
ell, of Rlverton, N. J.: Miss Isabel Eommcrs.
or Ablngton, Pa.; Miss Elizabeth Steward, of
Gcrmaulowu; Jnmes Little, of Folcroft, Pa.;
Howard Ogdcn Smith, of Rochester, N. Y.;
Sjdney Trewln, of Kochclle, N. J., nnd Sir. and
Sir. Sydney Alexander Pool, of Pnlmrton, Pa.
Mies Tyson and Miss Scull Will be Piesrntcd at
a Tea and Dinner Dance.
Today's entertainment for the debutantes will
constat It-, a luncheon, tea nnd dinner dance.
Tho luncheon will be given for Miss Mnry Bal
lard, daughter of Sir. and Sirs. Ellis Ames Bal
lard, of St. Martins, by Sirs. George Dlllwyn
Parrlsh nt her home, 313 South 10th street
Chrysanthemums will be used In the decora
tions. Dr. nnd Sirs. T. Slellor Tjson will give a
lunic tea with dancing nt their homo, 1306
hpruco street. Tho whole lower floor of the
lioufo will bo thrown open to tho guests and
will be hnndsomely decorated with tall spread
leaf palms, faileyance nnd cyhodlum ferns.
With this background many beautiful bouquets,
baskets nnd little Dresden china flower piece
mude up of rosebuds, violets nnd tiny bluets,
nre banked about the room.
SIlss Tyson will wear a lovely frock of satin
trimmed with lace, which Is made with n touch
of color. Dr. James Tyson. SIlss Tyson's
grandfather, will be present. Sir. and Sirs.
Henry Warrington and SIlss Grace C. Carhart
will also receive.
Among the debutantes who will receive with
SIlss TjBon will be SIlss Hilda Tunis, SIlss
Knthcrine Dlament, Miss Eleanor Blspham,
Miss Slary Stewart Wurts, Miss Slargaret Fit
ter, SIlss Marjorie Slorrls, SIlss Mnry Brown
Yarbuiton, SIlss Starle Louise Wannmaker,
SIlss Arlenn Stiller, SlUs Isobel Milne Rodgers.
SIlss Elinor Judd Bean, SIlss Slarlnn Grant,
Sllsa Hope SIcSllchael, SIlss Caroline Ives
Brlnton, Bliss Edith R. Ellison, SIlss Kathar
ine Z. Ogdeu, SIlss Dorothea Oberteuffer, SIlss
Emma Aihton Dorr, Mies Margaret II. Bur
ton, MImi Helena Robinson, SIlss Anna Slary
Walthour, SILss Kate Furness Jnyne.
In tha ovenlng Sir. and Sirs. William Ellis
Scull will Introduce their charming daughter.
Miss Slnrgot Ellis Scull, at a dinner dance at
the beautiful home, Lelghton place, In Over
brook. Tha large hall, drawing room and
library will be arranged, with small tables,
which will be decorated with different flowers.
SIlss Edna E. Carpenter, one of Wilming
ton's best known young pianists, and Jacob
W. Graybell, of Quarryvllle, Pa., were mar
ried at noon Thursday at the homo of the
bride's parents, Sir. and Sirs. Francis L, Car
penter, 003 Van Buren street. The officiating
clergyman was the Rev. Charles A. Hilt, D.
D., pastor of the Slethodlst Episcopal Church
at Crlsfield, Md., formerly of this city. The
bride and groom will spend their honeymoon
(n Washington, D. C, and other points south,
and after January 1 they will be at home at
The Wilmington Assemblies, the most con
spicuous social event of the season In this
city, will be held the second Friday night of
December and January In the New Century
Club, and they will be managed by the same
committee that has acted for several years-Mrs-
Henry B. Thompson, SIlss Amy E. du
Font, Mrs. A. Felix duPont and Harry C.
One of th Interesting debutante affairs will
be that of Miss Slarjorle Pyle. youngest
daughter of Sirs. Wlllard Pyle She will bo
Introduced at ft debutante dinner to be given
by her sister, Mrs. JSugeae duPont, Jr., at
the Country Club the night before the Bagh
elqrt" uaU. Another debutant function of
partloular Interest will b th tea, to b given
by Mr. and Mrs. Frank It. Thomas for their
daughter. Ml JMtvne'tte Thomas, on Tuesday.
CHESTER AND VIGIWTY
Mr. B. p. Jfetarta k rtui to taw hew
at NrFt4, aftftr a wuk'i visit to fritada at
jOiMth, . J.
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FLASHES FROM "STARS"
Edward S. Curtis, authority on the North
American Indian, has entered tho motion pic
ture field and will release soon n six-part Aim
piny entitled, "In the Land of the Head Hunt
ers." Sir. Curtis is the nuthor of "The North
American Indian," a scries of volumes contain
ing many photographs, which was complied
under the patronnge of tho late J. Plcrpont
Mnudo Adnms Is enjoying ono of the most
profitable tours of her career. To the main
offering ot the bill, "The Legend of Leonora,"
SIH.S Adams has added Barrio's playlet, "The
Ladles' Shakespeare." An Idea of the nature of
Hip little play may be gleaned from the nuthor's
descilption, "Being one woman's reading of a
notorious work, edited by J. SI. Barrie."
Tho little piece Is a sort of travesty on "Tam
ing ot the Shrew," .In which SIlss Adams as
Katharine confidentially assures tho nudlcnce,
that It Is lenlly Petruchlo who Is being tntned,
nnd that she merely Is permitting him to think
ho Is having his own way.
The Little Theatre Company Is planning a
berlea of out-of-town performances tu bo given
on tho dates when tho French Players appear
at tho Little Theatre.
Flvo companies are presenting "A Pair ot
Sixes," the current attraction at the Adelpht.
The Chicago company, headed by Frank Mc
Intyro and Slay Vokes, Is entering Its fourth
month at the Cort Theatre, Chicago.
Miss Saxono Slorland, who plays Lucy in
"The Rivals," has had an odd and contradic
tory career as regards her nationality. Hav
ing studied in I'm Is for the stage, she nat
urally spoke French exceptionally well when
she began her work, and was mistaken for a
French girl. Later she scored success In "The
Cat nnd the Cherub," and to her umusement
found thnt It was generally supposed that she
wm of Chinese birth, a mlstako reiterated later
when she scored such n triumph In "The Yel
low Jacket." In reality she Is an Engllslr glrlt
hut, as she says, has become an American,
and counts this as her home.
One of the scenes In "A Perfect Lady," in
which Rose Stuhl Is appearing at the Hudson
Theatre, New York, depicts lending citizens of a
small community In Kansas succumbing to the
strains ot a ragtime tune and Indulging in a
turkey trot. living Berlin composed n new
'ugtlme melody for this purpose, and presented
It to SIlss Stahl, It will be used regularly at
performances hereafter. '
Frederick Truesdale, who gives a finished
performance of the villain, making his career
uniformly black. In "On Trial," was born In
SInntclalr. N. J. After his graduation from
Yale University he Joined Daly's repertoire
company, playing young men and character
parts in Shakespeare, remaining with the com
pany for three years. Then he was seen as
Trip In "Tho School for Scandal." After thnt
hi was In comic opera, playing the comedian
and even dancing In tho ballet In "The Uelsha,"
"The Circus Gill" nnd "La Toupee." At the
close of his comic opera runs he toured Eng
land with William It. Crane, then was seen In
"Ben Hur," nnd later succeeded Bruce SlacRae
as Doctor Wntson In "Sherlock Holmes." He
wus leading man to Lily Langtry, and later'
appeared In "The College Widow," "The Three
of Us" and "Slaggle Tepper."
Next to Lew Fields, the most admirable bit
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the loser to become his body-serVnnt for u
J ear. Sfaudo Rburne Inimitably funny as a
DnOAD-,,Tlir flonp of SongK." new plav bv
Kdwnrd Sheldon. An episodic adaptation ot
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fiucst of love, In which Irene Fenwlck proves
herrelf a capably great nctress.
t;'ORriKST-"Sarl1" chnrmlng operetta, with
SIlssI Hajos and Irene Powlowska. Mlzstt
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to Paris. Is Inimitably, coyly funny nnd just
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GARR1CK. - "The Debutante." new musical
comedy, with book by 11 n. and Jt. B. Smith
and muslti by Victor Herbert A trlto plot,
Willi enert by bits of Insinuating music, with
llaael Dawn as toseate ns ever.
KEITH'S nalnltrAltnn nf 4Iia 19tf, n n t .. .... M
1 of this popular audcilllo houe, with Jesse I
l.nskv's tabloid tninl.-nl rrimoili. "Tho SnrlPtV
Bud," heading the bill.
LlTTLn THBATnK-Uscellent revival of "The
Rivals" In original form ns written by Sherl
dan, admirably acted.
LYI11C "The Story of the Horary." Klnh.
orately staged melodrama, which will wcarv
nome In tho first net nnd thrill others to tha
last, appreciation being a matter of taste
WALNUT - "Within tho Law " Catherine
Tower convincingly portrays SInry Turner,
who Is unjustly sentenced to prison, but
nf character comedy In "Tho High Cost hf
Loving," nt tho Republic Thentrc, New York, Is
tho ploying of Noel Burnham by Hrncst Lam
bart, of musical comedy fume. Sir. Lambart
la an Irishman, born In County Jfcnth, nnd
educated In finglnnd nt Hton and Cambridge.
As a young man ho did not hnvo to work. Con
icquently. he did nothing until a friend sug.
Rested, hnlf In fun, that ho try to go on tho
stage. Ho succeeded In securing nn engage
ment with tho "Florodora" company In Lon
don, playing a juvenile role. Then ho played
In "The Girl From Kny's" In London for .1
year, later coming to New York to continue In
tho part, that of Fitzthlstle. At tho end of the
run of 'The Girl From Kay's" ho Joined tho
Wobcr .-. Field forces at their MubIo Hatl,
appearing In "Hlggledy PIgglcdy" nfid "Tho
Sinn About Town." In which he played tho
English Duke. After that ho was seen as Don
Adolfo In "Havana," In which ho Is still re
membered for his capltnt rendering ot tho
"Hello People" oong, nhd followed this with
an engagement In the English Gaiety piece,
"Our Hiss Glbbs." .
Ann Swinburne will nppenr in a comic opera
In January written by Henry Bloat-om, with
music by Victor Herbert, who nlso composed
tho melodies of "The Sladcnp Duchcse," In
which SIlss Swinburne, was seen Inst year. '
A prize of $10,000. offered by the Los Ancoles
Sluslo Teachers' Association for the best Amer
ican opera, has been nwnrded to Prof. Horatio
W. Parker, of Yale "University. Tho work Is
entitled "Fairyland," and the libretto Is by
Brian Hooker, who collaborated with Professor
Parker In the opera "Jlonu."
,The opera, which was selected from fifty-six
submitted by musicians and authors In nil parts
of tho United States, Is a pageant, and will bo
iroduced July 1, 1D15, by the American Opera
Association, of Los Angeles.
Selwyn & Co. have Just signed contracts for
the Spanish rights to Slargaret Slayo's "Baby
Sllne" and "Twin Beds." As soon ns transla
tions have been completed both of these plays
will bo produced In Madrid.
Jack Squires, with the operetta "Sari," was a
newspaper man and magazine writer before
he went on the stage. He had lost his sight
temporarily while writing, nnd on n ship bound
for Europe where he was going to receive treat
ment, he wrote Borne lyrics. In London he sold
them to a musical comedy producer and then
wrote a libretto which was produced. When his
sight was restored, he went on the stage.
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