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EVENING T.EDGER-PHILADBLPHIA, WEDNESDAY, PEOEMBEB 23, 1914,
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AN engagement of Interest to this city and
jfj, Washington announced today by Mrs. John
B. Iloyburo, of Washington, Is that of her
daughter, Miss Eleanor Crosier neybuni, and
Lieutenant Francis Clark Harrington, V. B. A.
Miss neyburn, who la the only daughter of the
Jate John E. Rcyburn, ono-tlrae Mayor of this
city, and n niece bf Brigadier General William
Crazier, has lived much of her Ufa In Washing
ton, where she made, her debut three years ago.
Lieutenant Harrington Is n Virginian by birth,
and graduated from West Point In 1809. He Is
now Instructor In mathematics at the Military
Academy. The wedding will talte place in June,
at the summer home of Mrs. Heyburn In New
Announcement has been rnado of the marriage
of Mrs. Itattle F. Vandergrlft, formerly of St.
David's, and George Harmon Ross, Jr., of Mor
rlstown, N. J., on Saturday aftornoon, In El
rnyra, N. T. The Uev. P. J. Williams performed
' the ceremony.
Mrs, Ross was formerly Miss Fulwllder, of
The Abrahamsohn Christmas and Easter Com
mittee of tho University Hospital has Issued
invitations to Join In the Christmas festivities
on Friday, December 23, from 11:30 until :30
o'clock, at tho University Hospital. Tho com
mittee Includes Mrs. Thomas G. Ashton, chair
mans Mrs. Alfred Stengel, vice chairman;
Mrs. William Pepper, Jr., treapjsdJP'Mtss Mabel
A. Bjlco, Mrs. Bonjamln Chowurs. John G.
Clark, Mrs. William J. Clothier, Miss Margaret
Dunlap, Mrs. Georgo W. El kins, Jr., Mrs. Ralph
B. Evans, Mrs) Daniel Haddock Farr, Mrs. Bar
ton Cooke Hirst, Mrs. Frcderlo R, Klrktand,
Mrs. John K. Mitchell, 3d, Mrs. Arthur Newltn,
Mrs. Charles B. Penrose, Miss Adellno I F.
Pepper, Mrs. E. Marshall Scull, Miss Marlon E.
Smith, Miss M. Eulalle Wlllcox.
Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Lowber Welsh, of H23
Spruce street, will glvo a dance this evening
In honor of Miss Maria Newbold Frazter. The
guests will bo from the school eet.
- Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts' dancing class
twill meet this evening. The german will be
Sled by Rodney P. Cookman and Tristram C.
Anthony J. 'Drexel Blddle, Jr., and IJvlngton
jL. BIddle, 2d, will return today from school to
spend tho holidays with their parents, Mr. and
I Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel BIddle, at 2104 Walnut
8 street .
f 'Edward D. Toland returned yesterday from
la two weeks' visit to the San tee Gun Club,
Santeo Rtrer, B. C,
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hemslev will rive a.
dknsant the afternoon of January 1 at the
Miss Henrietta W. Bandore will entertain at
jdloner tonight in honor of Miss .Anita Sander
land Miss Es telle Sanders. Miss Helen Whlt
rtdge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whit-'
? rtdce, of Baltimore, will be entertained by the
iMIsses Sanders during the holidays.
Theodore Lane Bean will give a dance New
t gear's Eve at Norrls Hall, his country seat near
Valley Forge, The guests will number about
Mr. andl Mrs. John J. Joyce, Jr., of Wynne-
wood, will entertain Mr. and Mrs. Henry A.
kUackay, of Chicago, and Mrs. Joyce's brother,
gElmer J. Relnhard, of New York, over the
i Christmas holidays.
ALONG THE' MAIN LINE
oVElumooK Tho Golf Club will be the scene
of much festivity during the holiday season. On
the Wednesday following Christmas' tho Christ
mas. danc will be given. A tree will be erected
tn a corner of the dancing hall, and the club
house throughout will be decorated with greens
tapproprlato to the occasion. On Saturday, Jan
uary s, a large dance will be given for charity.
he proceeds to be used to aid the Belgians.
,Mrs. George A. Smith will' entertain her bridge
plub the Tuesday following Christmas at her
Home, S Woodbine avenue. Her guests will
be Mrs. Wlnsor F. Eveland, Mrs. Joseph P. Mc-
rcullen, Mrs. Matthew Qllmore, Mrs. Eugene O,
Moajer, .Mrs. Paul D, Mllhollond, Mrs. OHn Bur-
4tt, Mrs. Frank Hancock. Mrs Paul Wolfe.
Jtrs. Charles Collins. Miss Jessie Grant nnri
Jlas Adele Mosier.
lULA-Mrs. Harrison B. Wright, of St Asaph's
Hory, win spend Christmas in New York
Tlth her brother-lnrlaw and sister. Mr. and Mrs.
ryllys Terry, Miss Sibyl H. Wright will be the
nest of friends on Long Island over the week-
end, tend Miss Marie B. Wright will spend the
aarly part of the Christmas holidays at Engle.
sooa, i. j.
J. Logan Rhoade, son of Mr. and Mr. r
toward rUioadsj George, B. Roberts and Brln
or p. Roberts, boos of Mr. and Mrs. O, Brinton
Sobarts, of Llanengan. have returned from St
ieorge school at Newport, It, L. to spend, the
Stristmaa holidays -with their parents, at Bala.
, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lege, of Boston will
pena ine unnsunas npiwaya with Hra.Lgge's
arena, wr. ana Mrs. J, Samuel Stephenson.
Bf City avenue.
Miss Marian Palate, of W West Phll-EUena
street. wJH give a, luncheon on Saturday, Jon-
ry , vt meet ansa Isabel Peters, who la
r Ur- Bd Mr. Charles Rodman Panooast hava
lturned from an extended trip to Japan, and
rn uonje at ie west Prjee street
Mr. and Mrs. Harold MeNe)l. of Boston, war
jWMts of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel BTspham Bowes
.... .,. yen., t m, 9pera last night
fra. Joseph Lees will entertain the memW,
,ier bridge olub oa Saturday sight at her
. tM -UU44tVHt
Frances Omerly. of ? FeJham road.
i oui capis r urge UlBfbioo, to
f Miss Saaor Bdnoads. o Tuesday,-
ALONG THE READING
A chuorea'a aaneiag eUe baa feso ors;nisd.
wm mt every SturUy sftmtM at
MAU, MfttiMJH). Th HISHMIU Inelii.
Barry Mix, lira. J, ,ni u Qri.
KaUJeec Crto HI ut u tk. u
t K4tth LwaM, f u K.4rta lika.
FVa Lan, wul ka Aa kaataaai i uu -
, ., rm HWII
Saturday evening, when her guestsj who are
members bf her card club, will be Miss Pearl
Westcbtt, Silas Helen Brown, Miss Mary Wilk
inson, Miss Gladys Do Camp, Miss Helen Mil
lard, Nathaniel M. Watson, Neville Up Camp,
Stanley Vandersllce, Walter Miller, Jack Petfr
man and E. Raymond Scott. '
Miss Grace Walker, daughter of Mrs. S.
Walker, of Ambler, has returned from Scranton,
Pa., where she was tho guest of her aunt, Mrs.
Sarah Lynch, for six Weeks.
Mrs, Frederla Bellamy Gilbert and Miss
Katharine Gilbert, of the Martyn, 40th and Wal
nut streets, will entertain at a "klio dansant at
the Phllomuslan Club, ZSU Walnut street, on
Monday, December 23, from 4 until 6:30 o'clook.
As Miss Gilbert Is not yet a debutante, .the
guests, who will number about 100, wit.' j
mostly from the school set.
Mrs. Clarence Atoxander Wray and Mrs.
William Patton will prestde at the tea' table,
tahllo the young girls nsslstlng Miss Gilbert
will be Miss Henrietta, Dlmbnd, Miss Eleanor"
Walker, Miss Katharine MacFarlane, Miss Anna
MIddleton, Miss Katharine Magee, Miss Virginia
'Barclay nnd -Miss Florence Muzzey.
Miss Katharine Deerlng, of 4022 Spruce street,
will entertain Informally at bridge on Monday,
December 28. Tho guests lncludo Mrsi ' Samuel
Hawlcy, Mrs. Boulton Earnshaw, Mrs, Herbert
TImahus, Mrs. Frederick Slmonln, Mrs. Clinton
Beagary, Miss Helen Bell, Miss Emily Taylor
and Mrs. Harold Oaylord.
Miss Eleanor Love, of 3745 Walnut street, will
entertain at bridge on Thursday, December 3L,
Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Brown McCowen, of
4401 Spr.uco street, wilt give a family dinner on
Christmas Day In honor of the btrthday of
their daughter. Miss Mary D. McCowen. Miss
Katherlne Patterson, who spent some time nB
the guest of Miss Laura McCowen, has re
turned to her home In Barnwell, South Caro
lina. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
Mrs. Frank B. Stockley will entertain this
afternoon at 2 o'clock at auction bridge, fol
lowed by a buffet luncheon, at her home, 18J2
South Broad Btreet Holly and polnsettlas will
bo artistically combined In the decorations. Her
guests will be . Mrs. William Hutton, Mrs.
Thomas Simmons, Mrs. David Rlsley, Mrs.
George Shlstor, Mrs. David McCoach. Mrs. Will
iam Kerr, Mrs. Thomas Feefer, Mrs. Georgo
McLaughlin, Mrs. Parks, Mrs. George Richards,
Miss Besslo Young. Miss Beatrice Wilson, Mrs.
Everllne, Mrs. William Connell and Mrs. George
Lieutenant Commander R. S. Keyes, U. S.
N., and Mrs. Keyes will entertain on Christmas
night at their home In the Glrard Estate, 2330
South 31st street at .an Informal dance.. Among
tho guests will" be Mr. and Mrs. Charles S.
Davis, Lieutenant, T. H, Winters, U. S. N..
and Mrs. Winters, Lieutenant Commander O.
A. BIssett, U. 8. N and Mrs. Blssett, Lieu
tenant Arthur T. Barney, U. S. N., and Mrs.
Barney, Lieutenant C. A. Lutz, U, S. M. G, and
Mrs. Lutz, Lieutenant A. S. Sheppard, U. S.
M. C, and Mrs. Sheppard, and Ensign Chester
Jersoy, V. S. N., and Mrs. Jersey.
Lieutenant A. S. Sheppard, U. S. M. C, and
Mrs. Sheppard will entertain on Christmas
morning from 10 until 12 o'clock at an Informal
little party. Lieutenant Sheppard has Just been
transferred to Philadelphia, and he and Mrs.
Sheppard are now living In the Glrard Estate.
Lieutenant C. A. Lutz, U. S. M. C, and Mrs.
Lutz will have 'as their guest over the Christ
mas holidays Lieutenant Lutz's sister, Mrs. J.
Howe, of Chicago.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph A. Wilson' have issued
Invitations for a masquerade party, to be given
on Now Year's Eve, in honor of their daughter,
Miss Margaret Mary WJlson. at their home, 15J7
South 15th street. Polnsettlas, .holly and the
conventional Christmas emblems, will form the
decorations. Their guests will Include Miss
Nan KUIeen, Miss Mary Doyle, Miss Margaret
McGuckln, Miss Margaret Devltt, Miss Cath
erine Beaver, of Lewlstown; Msa Teresa Don
dero, Miss Gertrude Wilson, Miss Catherine
Wilson and Miss Catherine KUIeen and Charles
O'Neill, Thomas Maloney, James Scanlon, John
Thornton, James Moore, Augustus Dondero,
William Work, Charles Ltvlzey, James1 Mc
Garry and Peter Wilson.
Miss Catherine De Barbara, of Altoona, Pa.,
Will come to the city tomorrow, to be the guest
of her cousin, Miss Teresa Dondero, ohltJS'
Ellsworth street, over the Christmas holidays.
Miss Margaret Davitt of 19J0 South 23d street,
will entertain this evening. In honor of Mlas
Ml- fruit II iu.-,tM
Hm lnliiHsKPllKn.rij jw; ...iL,r -n-M)f),r
miss gertrude TOWER
Miss Tower will be guest of honor tonight at a costume dauco to be given by her. parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charlemagne Tower.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Powers
Laird, will be gueet of honor, at a theatre party
followed by tea at the Bellevue-Stratford to be
given by Mrs. Halbert Powers Gillette this
afternoon. The guests will include Mrs. War
ren Powers Laird, Miss Catherine R. Newbold,
Miss Lucille H. Llpplncott Miss, Ethel Hast
ings, Miss Mary Arrean Miller and Miss Eleanor
Mr. and Mrs. Charlemagne Tower, of 1316
Locust street will give a danco at their resi
dence this evening In honor of their daughter,
Miss Gertrude Tower. Their guests will in
clude the members of tho debutante and
lounger danclncmen set
Mrs. Tower and her daughter will receive
' their' guests In the large square hall, which
will be appropriately decorated in greens, poln
settlas and holly. The guests will wear fancy
Miss Edith' Harrold Gllllngham will glvo a
theatre party followed' by tea at tho Bellevue
Stratford tljls afternoon In honor of Miss Har
riet Clay Leaf, whose engagement to George
Upton Favorite was reoenily announced. Tho
guests will Include Mrs. Edward Bowman Leaf,
Mrs. Harold E. Gllllngham, Miss Kate Furness
Jayne, Miss Roberta, B. Downing, Miss Char
lotte Fahnestoak, Miss Elinor Judd Bean, MIbs
Hope McMlchael, Miss Dorpthy De H. Deacon,
Miss Helena S. Robinson and Miss Eugenia Ket
terllnus. NOHTH PHILADELPHIA
Dr. and Mrs. J. Franklin Meade, of 2223 North
Broad street, have Issued invitations for a
card party, followed by, informal dancing, on
Friday evening, January 1. Polnsettlas com
bined effectively with evergreens and' holly will
be used In the .decorations; The cards of Mr.
and Mrs. Edgar M. Wambold are Inclosed.
Miss Mae Steward will entertain at luncheon
Monday afternoon, December 2S. at her home,
24U North 13th street, tn honor of Mrs. Mark
Arnold. Among her guests" will be Miss Rose
De Carlo, Miss Elvira Verna and Miss Lillian
Or Wednesday afternoon, December JO, Miss
Mae Steward and Miss Lillian Steward , trill
entertain at luncheon In honor of Mrs. Harry
Miss Ruth Gerstlsy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Oerstley, of 1411 North, Broad street, will
give a dnner-danee tonight at the Manu
facturers' Club in honor of her guest, Miss
Ella, Btrenc, of Chicago; HI. Pink and white
roses and carnations, with an effeoilve back
ground of ffrns and palms, wfll form the dec
orations. There will be 150 guests.
Mr, and Mrs. Stephen Haag, of 23(5 North
2Sth Street are being congratulated on the birth
of a daughter born Saturday, December 12.
X delightful little mustcale will be given by
Mrs. William Carroll this evening In honor of
Miss Mary McDonnell, of Atlantic City, who
Is the guest of Miss Elinor Gallagher, of
The outrof-town truest! will IneludeMlsa
Louise Bytes. Miss Myrtle MegUl, Mr. and
Mrs. D. H Gold and David R, Tyndale. The
decorations win be the usuil Christmas com
bination of red and green; the flowers used will
Mrs. William Kuhn, Jr., of 49 North 5th
dtreet, will have Miss Amelia Manning as her
guest over the holidays.
Mrs. Harry P. Knight will give a theatre
party OhrUtmas Eve In hongr of Mtea Ada
Halloway, of Baltimore, to be followed by a
slipper at Kuglers.
MU Arise Bromley, of 4194 Letter street, wtll
entertain Saturday afternoon, December 3$, at
aueMoji bridge: TO gusets are expeeted. AgaJ
the same veaiog Miss Bromey wHl be nsteea
at a 4Unr; covers will be placed for 34; cards
ao4 daaelag wUl follow.
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WHAT MLADY JPEARS
Handsome Suits Are Worn by Women of Fash
ion Vhile Shopping.
With the season at Its gayest and the shops
presenting "a brilliant aspect, with more and
more bewitching displays of Christmas offer
ings, milady, flitting here and there in a per
fect frenzy of llth-hour unpreparedness, finds
many pretty trllles hitherto unexplolted to nil
her wants. It Is only when lights begin to
glimmer In the dusk and the fascinating shop
windows have their curtains drawn that she
pauses long enough for her cup of tea, and be
takes herself to the nearest hotel or tearoom
for a cozy chat with fellow-shoppers. The
charity bazaars, which have been held during
the last month, have offered many attractive
articles, and many people have gone in for
really serious Christmas shopping at the booths,
for thoqe'ln charge of these undertakings have
come to realize that It is only by marking prices
at regular market values that they can attract
' Suits and gowns of sand color, which became
an Instant success upon their appearance, are
being worn by many smart matrons, and they
prove a delightful variation from the navy blue
which has become almost a uniform for count
less persons. One of the younger matrons,
Mrs. John R. Fell, was noticed recently In one
such trotteur. It was made on rather plain
lines with a short full skirt and trimmed with
kolinsky fur. Mrs. Fell's hat was of chamois
color, small and close fitting Mrs. Paul
Denckla Mills Is wearing a good-looking two
piece suit of covert cloth. The skirt is quite
plain, nnd the coat Is made on boyish lines
and slightly cutaway. With it Mrs. Mills wears
a wlde-brlmmed hat of soft brown felt flaring
sharply at the left aide.
A smart gown of biscuit-colored cloth Is
worn. by Mrs, John W. Converse. The skirt Is
three tiered and trimmed with beaver, and the
coat, which has a collar of. beaver, Is cut on
military lines and has a , row of very tiny
gold buttons down the back. The matron's
hat Is of. black, trimmed with two upstanding
feather fancies In front
Mrs. Herbert Tliden was noticed weartnc an
extremely good-looking costume for the oold
weather. Her loose sealskin coat reaching be
low the knees, had a collar of raccoon fur which
was buttoned closoly around her neck. Her
skirt was black, having a plaited oversklrt
reaching nearly to the ankles, Mrs. Tliden's
hat was a small black velvet turban, edged
around the crown with bright blue feathers, and
a small bunch of French flowers nestled on
the side. She wore gray spats and carried a
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Landls, of 70U Ridge
avenue, have announced the marriage of their
daughter, Miss Pearl M. Landls, to Frank N,
Moerk on Saturday night December TJ. The
ceremony was performed by the Rev, Virgil E.
Rarer, of the Arch Street Methodist Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Moerk, are spending their honey.
noon In Eastern New York,,and will be at home
after January t at 11th street and Chetten ave
nue. Oak Lane.
Adam Mettlnger, of Mldvale avenue, left yes
terday to spend the winter with his son, John
K, Mettlnger. at his homo In Sanford, Fla.
Miss Mary Robinson, of tn East Hermitage
street gave a dinner last night for Miss
Grace Temple, whose marriage to Charles Serv
ice Taylor will take place on Saturday. The
decorations were polnsettlas and ferns. Other
guests included Miss Edith Temple. Miss
Ruth Temple, Miss Elisabeth Kennedy, Miss
Florence Barrae, Miss Myra Mltehel. Miss Caro
lyn Mitchell. Miss Bertha Piekel, Miss Carrie
Bftrnihaw and Miss May Watson.
Miss Catharine M. Pyle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, R. C Pyle, of WUsahlckon, who has been
eRtfrtatntng Miss Margaret Eaton, of Pitts
burgh, for a fortnight will leave oa Saturday
to sptad tea aays with Miss Bates.
i lira. Albert H. Friu will entertain at lUBegtea
next Wednesday at her bom oa Ssrtagaetd
aveMte, Her guests will be Um sawaWs of
her bridge, olub. who Include Mrs. Walter Nash.
Mm. Itabert Bruce Lewis, Ms. Mcfewd Fewe.
M, xm-m A- Cartrtie Mrs. 84wta
Decker, aft. Albert P. Cm, Mm. wutfaut
Hosanvtl. Hi. T. M. Brttwatajr, Hi. WUa
V. Laverty. Wm- Jo& La a4 Hm Ifctaa
Ptao. h etttfe awn tt fMaigl
AVERY pretty wedding will tako place this
evening In the Adelphlawhen Miss Miriam
Meyers, daughter of Mrs. Clara E. Meyers, of
1905 Diamond street, will become the bride of
Dr. Abram Strauss. The bride wilt bo given In
marriage by her brother, Max Meyers, and the
ceremony will bo performed by Dr. Henry Berk
owltz. Dr. Lewis Jacobs will bo the best man,
nnd Mss Helene Strauss will be maid of honor.
Miss Meyers will wear a beautiful gown of
white satin, effectively trimmed with silver lace
and tulle. Her veil will bo of tulle, held in
place with orange blossoms, nnd she will carry
a shower bouquet of lilies of the valloy and
The maid of honor will be gowned In old-blue
velvet with silver lace, and she will carry an
arm bouquet of yellow roses.
After an extended wedding trip through the
South Dr. and Mrs. Strauss will be at home at
1S03 Diamond street, after February 1.
OBERriELD URUCKER ,
Miss Beatrice A. Druckcr, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Druckcr, of 1049 North 20th
street will become the bride of I. Frank Ober
fleld tonight. The ceremony will be performed
at the home of the bride's parents by the Rev.
Philadelphia's Buds Enjoy Ono of Season's
The boll given last night at tho Rltz-Carlton
by Mrs. E. T. Stotesbury, of 1923 Walnut street,
in honor of two of tho season's most feted debu
tantes. Miss Cordelia Drexel BIddle and Miss
Susan Brimmer Ingcrsoll. proved,- ono of the
most brilliant affairs this year. Miss BIddle
was gowned, according to her usual custom, In
white, while Miss Ingersoll wns very attractive
In blue. Supper was served at 1 o'clock In the
dining room, after which tho dancing was con
tinued until about B o'clock. The guests Included
Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Drexel BIddle, Mls3 Nancy
Brewster, of Baltimore: Miss Marguerite Caper
ton, Miss Almee Hutchinson, Miss Anna Mossey
Hecksher, Miss Helen Struthers Ellis, Miss
Mary Tyson Denckla, Miss Inez Drayton, Miss
Pauline DIsston, Miss Louisa Gibbons Davis,
Miss Marrlet Deaver, Miss Dorothy DIsston,
Miss Ellse Hopkins, Miss Eleanor Hopkins, Miss
Sophie B. Norrls, Miss Lois Cassatt, .Miss Mary
Evelyn Chew, Miss Eugenia R. Cassatt, Miss
Ruth Cose, Miss Ellen Mary Cassatt. Miss Mary
Alice Clay. Miss Katherlno Ashunit Bowie, Miss
Margaret Handy Burton, Miss Charlotto Hard
ing Brown, Miss Margaret Bcrwlnd, Miss MoIy
Wood Bally, Miss Hope Truxtun Beale, Miss
Jean Christian Bullitt, MIbs Ella Brock, Miss
Louise Brock, Miss Sarah A. Baker, Miss
Christine Chambers, Miss Marle-Loulse Wana
maker. Miss Mary Brown Warburton, Miss
Lucia Alice Pardee Warden, Miss Mary Stuart
Wurts, Miss Emille Duval Williams, Miss Alice
Chapman Thompson, Miss Elizabeth Thompson.
Miss Jean Newbold Thompson, Miss Gertrude
Tower, Miss Helen Tower, Miss Hilda Tunis.
Miss Kate Furneas Jayne, Miss Margot Ellis
Scull, Miss 'Marlon Eyre Savage, Miss Alva
Sergeant, Miss Ellen Jacquet Sellers, Miss Char
lottoplush, Miss Elizabeth Roberts Heath, Miss
Isabel Wurts Page, Miss Ruth Mann, Miss Cor
nelia C. Leldy, Miss Dorothy DIsston, Montague
Lycett, Jr., Norrls Stanley Barratt DeBenne
vllle Bell, John Cromwell Bell, Jr., George B,
Bartol. Jr., Greer Bartol, William L. Bally. Jr.,
Charles Louis, Borie, 3d, Allen Butler, Cowan
Bain, Eugene M. Cheston, J, Hamilton Cheston,
Alexander Groome, of Baltimore; Eckley B,
Coxe, 3d. Eton Cromwell, Oliver Cromwell,
Charles P. Davis, Frederick R. Drayton, Henry
C. Drayton, John W, Drayton, Joseph N, Du
Barry, Jd, William H, Du Barry, Norman Dun
ning, Lelghton Dunning, Edward Mitchell Ed
wards, Leonard Brooke Edwards, Thomaa
Knight Flnletter, Walter W. L, Fotterall,
George D. Fowle, Robert Pearsoll Frazler, Wil
liam West Frazler, 3d, Emlle C Geyelln, Henri
Laussat Geyelln, Jr., .Howard Graham, Edward
Day Harris, Richard Harte, J, Bayard Henry,
Johns Hopkins, C. Fenno Hoffman, Malcolm S.
Huey, Henry H. Houston, Daniel Hutchinson,
3d, Reginald Hutchinson, Bernard CI. Law,
Alden Lee, Philter Lee, Philip L. Leldy, J.
Thomas Liggett, Barckay McFadden, Alastalr
MacLeod, Garner B, Mann, Saunders L. Meade,
Morris Hill Merritt. Joseph G. B, Moulton, Ed
ward H. Morris, Elllston J, Morris, Jr., Joseph
G, B. Moulton, Laurence Murdoch, M. Steven
aon Easby, Joseph M. Patterson, 2d, William
Piatt Pepper, George Wharton Pepper, Jr.,
Emlen Randolph, Philip S. P, Randolph, Jr.,
Benjamin Brannan Reath, 2d, Francis B. Reed,
William Laurence Saunders, George Rowland
Sergeant, Alfred Sergeant John B. Shober, 2d,
Pemberton H. Shober, Forrester Scott James
W. Smith, Ashton Souder, C, Stanley Stokea,
William D. Stroud, Alexander D. Thayer, Ed
mund Thayer, Fltz-Eugene Thayer, Joseph Tre
vanton Thayer, John B. Thayer, Jr., Russell
Thayer, Jr., Caspar Wlstar, Barton Townsend,
Andrew Van Pelt, Joseph King, Turner Van
Pelt, Frederick Wllmsen, Carol -wuicox, Harold
Wlllcox, Fielding Wlllcox, Rodman M. Wlstar.
John Scott, Emory McMlchael and Robert
Mrs. A, L. Thorn, of 33CE North Hth street
was luncheon hostess for the members of her
500'' olub yesterday. The decorations were red
and green, In keeping with the season.
Mrs, Thomas T. Joret, of Brooklyn, K. T.
Is tbe guest of her son-in-law and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Weitiel, of Vm
North Bread atreet Mrs. Joret formerly re
sided In Tioga, and a number of entertain
ments have been arranged in her bosor.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry 8. Kahn and family, of
3936 Noth Jfth street, are spending several
days in AUantlo Qtty.
Clara YMMg wiU esbttiate the jaeisc
sewing tfale at her hewae. Hfr Wey
mouth street, this evealar- A laOM hMWtaeea
will rUew, and. bar wueeta wHi teolud Ml
Clara iMgel. Miss LUllaa UWef, Mtes Mabel
Sleets. Mtsa WU Stevenson, Mae Alio Ko
4iiw, Mtas Ms Brown. Mlas Matta Tb(UM aaX
Ufcu Hetea Wonaitar.
UH Betty Uc, of M Keaitn ve
mu. irtett bar grWUM. Mr and Cat's.
. T. UwtiX. of lm-M. ?, Uw
Dr. Joseph Krauskopf, of the Keneaeth Israel
CongregaUon. Mr. Drucker will give his daugh
ter In marriage. Bhe will wear her traveling
suit of dark brown chiffon broadoloth, trimmed
with velvet and fur, and a brown Tslret oat,
ornamented with plumes of the same color,
Tho ceremony will be followed by a dinner
for the families of tho bridegroom and bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Oberfleld witl spend their honey
moon in the South, and wilt be at home after
February 8 at 4S2J Camao street Logan.
Mr, and Mrs. W. Douglas Fenner, of S11T NortSi
13th atreet have announced tho marriage of
Mrs. Tenner's daughter, Miss Marian X
Page Tlel, to Harry S. Collins, of 2233 North
Broad street, on Monday night at their home.
The bride wore hor traveling suit of terra cotta
chiffon broadcloth, trimmed with raccoon fut,
Her white seal fur coat had a collar of raccoon
and her turban and muff were of the same
kind of fur. Miss Carlyn Cable, tho maid 6f
honor, was the bride's only attendant Sh
wore a atreet costume of dark steel colored
chiffon broadcloth, trimmed with sable. Each
carried pale pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. Collins
left for a motor trip through the South, and oft
their return will live at 2233 North Broad street
CHESTER AND VIGINITY
Frederick Selby, of West Jd street is so
journing nt Atlantic City.
Miss Grace Haines, of East 11th street I
visiting rolativca at Norristown.
Major Alfred Cramp, a member of the Gov
ernor's staff of West Virginia, who resides at
Wheeling, is the guest of hU parents, Mr, and
Mrs. John F. Cramp, of Potter street '
Mr. and Mrs. George Hood, of East.' 12th
street are entertaining Mr. and Mrst Wiuiani
Stewart of Baltimore.
Francis Desmong has returned to his home
on West 4th street after a week's visit to
frjenda at Paulsboro,' N. J.
Miss Ethel Campbell, of East 10th street hti
returned from Catasauqua, Pa;, where she spent
a week as the guest of, relatives. v.
Miss Mabel HInes, of West 8th street Js visit
lng relatives at Mount Holly, N. J.
Harry Mellson, of East 13th street Is spending
the holidays with his parents at Butler, Pa,."
John Files, of East 24th street Is entertaining
his son. John Files, Jr., of Washington, D. CV
Frank Cohlll, of West 2d street. Is visltlns
relatives at Reading.
Chestnut. St" P.pERA I Home of World's
Afla J Tin a in. iI0SB I Greatest. Photoplay .
Arts. 1 to 6, 10 & jbc Evrt 7 t0 ,lt j lB Jj,,'
EOSITXVELY LAST "WEEK!
TwleJl!.,,r.; Afternoons SiSO. Evening 8tW.
Preceded by Keyatone Comedy Plcturea. '
Beginning Monday Atternoon. December 23.
TUB CHICAGO TIUBUNCS
MOTION PICTURES OP
THE EUROPEAN WAR
TAKEK UNDEJl DIRECTION OP TILB BELGIAU
Coming CAa THE CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY OP MDSIC WED. EVO., DEC. ?0
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CHAKXiES TOOHMAN Prnu
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EXTRA HOLIDAY MATINEE X&AS , DAY
Stupendous JdJCjIN -XI U K
Pricea 50c, , $1.50 arJ5y
B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE
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Supported by a Oreat ChrUtmaa Htiow. Indudlsc
CHIP A MARBIJS andothir Burir
SPECIAL Three Bis; Showa New Year's Day at L
liiS and 8H6 P. M. Tlcaets on gala Chrletaas
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MBTROPOUTAN OPERA Ca, NEW YORK
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Conduetor, Mr. Toacaatni. Beats 1100 Cheatnat etrVt7
Walnut 7085. Race 6T. wif.inm nrees.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Thuraday, January T. 8:18.
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