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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADEIiPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1915.
WILL DANCE FOR CHARITY
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S, 'v. luncheon to bo given by Mrs. Qcorso
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): rt xfuria on Thursdny", the RUests will In
MT MIM Ionbel Wurts I'age, Silas Anna Jtnry
wnhhur. Miss Chnrlotto Fahncstoek, ansa
-C La Fnrgo Clftxton, Miss Edith Smythe,
t'Sr., KAtncnne ..
r MIM Mary E. Clayton, Miss Jean Chris
'rtullltt. Miss Virginia Roberts and Miss
. Alexander Van neiissolater tvltl entertain
hm at lunchfon In honor of Mr. and Mrs.
CL Belmont, of New York.
iftL Charles S. Farnum will bo guest of
b today by Mrs. Charles Wheeler, of rem
ote Bryn Mawr. The guests will bo Mrs.
(Kji c oroome, Mrs. Charles A. Fnrnum, Mrs.
Sonte" Ci T,la3'er MrSl Benjamin Chew
nfhman, Mrs Arthur Emlcn Newbold, Mrs.
Wy W. Keith, Mrs. Charles S. W. 1'ackarri,
i'L. James D Wlnsor, Jr., Mrs. Adolph Itoscn
fertn and Miss Julia Hush.
Bjlr. and Mrs, John U. Mulford, Jr., of Fcnryth
K.J. t.rvil. N. V.. will be the gucats of
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ts. Mulford's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Court-t-
.' r. -..n.n nf 221D Pino street, for several
una a. im'k -
Vonllis. Mrs- Mulford will bo remembered as
"jllu Amy Cramp.
f Sire. James M. Crowell, 214 South 41st street,
L. ton nhllced to recall her invltntlons for
Iftilarday, January 30, on account of tho Illness
'of Mrs. Thomas JJcnver urownc.
IjJr. and Mrs. Cloorgo Fritz Chandler, of 2227
F? .,ai nntprtnlneil nt dinner Inst nlcht
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honor of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baugh, of 16th
i Locust streets.
I'oiiver Huckel, D. D., S. T. D., of Baltimore,
... iho nneaker at tho Science nnd Art Club
Sit night, which met at tho homo of Frank
fastton, Wayno avenue and Johnson street.
r unit Mrs. Benjamin Hush and Miss Char-
lotte Rush, who spent the week-end at Atlantic
P.- vi,.A i-Atiirnprl tn their homo. 2106 Pino
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itreet. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rush will entertain nt
Sinner for their daughter prior to the Assembly
iin Friday night
;f lira: Dlllard and Mrs. Henry K. Dlllard, Jr.,
Till receive liuurumiiy ul liiuii ,.uiuw, mi muuw..
110th street, this afternoon. No cards havo
:tn sent out.
Illr. and Mrs. Thomas Crlmmlns, of New York,
fylll tall from this city tomorrow for San Fran
ftlsco by way of the West Indies and Panama.
thty will be absent for several months.
pOn Friday, January 29, there will bo a supper
tnd, dance given by Robert N. Fell at tho
BonUngdon Valley Country Club.
At the dance and entertainment arranged by
itWAjnranao Association of the School of Design
Wions have been planned nnd will be carried
cut fcy Ihs students. There will bo an Inter-
prIye fiance by it group of tho girl students,
irranBed fy Miss IJ. Marguerite Doyle.
Ths entertainment will bo for tho purpose of
ttUtng funds for the maintenance of tho Post
Graduats Fellowship, supported by tho alumnae.
Mtas Clara V. Richardson, president of the
Munnae Association, Is chairman of tho com
mutes tn rhnrun nf thn ilnnen nnH Miss Grace
lifefenson Is chairman of the Undergraduate
Committee on Decorations. This will bo tho
frit occasion for tho use of tho old assembly
Wj, which was reflnlshed dfcrlng the Christmas
hcatlon, the color scheme being green and
PTne wedding of Miss S. Margaret Ross, of
:fpjrktsburg, Pa., nnd Ransavllle Frome will
piis place on February 3 at 6:30 o'clock nt the
tflrst Presbyterian Church, of Parkesburg.
SSlUs Ross will bo attended by Miss Mary M.
Etss as maid of honor, and MIssT Arllne Zerne,
julthton, Pa.; Miss Rebekah Owen, Miss Ellza
peth Paxson and Miss Hallle Gllson, of Parkes
JjMT, bridesmaids. Frederic W, Lineaweaver,
BJ Philadelphia, will be best man. Norman
ftiherlck, Langhorne, Ta.; Slerrlt Haines, Oliver
iff. Perrln and George M. Cannel will bo ushers.
lAfter a tour they will live at 623 Cooper
Wet, Camden. N. J.
HIm Ross has been extensively entertained
amuadelphia and vicinity. A bachelor dln-
p was given tn honor of tho bridegroom at
ffs University Club last week.
I Along the main line
MOTIhbhook Mrs. Matthew M. CJllmoro will en-
ipun her bridge club this afternoon, when
!' Wests Will lneluiln Sf rs. Jnaenh P. McCullen.
IS". Paul D. Mlllhollnnrt. Mrs. 'Wlnsor V. Eve-
ld, Mrs. Qeorge A. Smith, Mrs. Frank Han
p:k, Mrs. Paul Wolfe, Mrs. Olln Burrltt, Mrs.
ISfflea CoUlns, Miss Jesslo Grant and Miss
BUDStORE Mrs. James R. McClure. of Roberts
US! has returned from Baltimore, where she
SJ-' siting her mother for the past six weeks.
Ur. and Mrs, Charles Carver, Jr., of Roberts
2, are spending tho week-end at Atlantlo
James Crosby Drown., of Mill Creek
iljijt will return next week from a vlslt to
S SUffraBrA ilnnoa tiol of rmi.4aia' TTnll
W? ""Sht, was a Rreaf success. B. Rltten
Kr Miller, of East Mount Airy avenue, en-
"neq a party of 25, and airs. J, Archer
'oai Of Chestnut Hill, hart a. nnmher of
E&1 from the Main T.In. Dlhora whn ware
toent Were. Mr. and Mrs. William Albert
.Wd, Mri ftnd Mrs u Horace Burrell, Mr,
Mn. J. T7m1n TTiiKaII n. Vk.
ff'W 8. Weller, Miss Eleanor Wood, Miss
S" ldmann. Miss Marlon Hubbell. Miss
te,on Coons, Miss Evelyn Qrleb, Miss Evelyn
W toward Rogers, John Armstrong and
Ilia Evelrn M. fifnev. nf Prmnwl Park
gH Brooklyn, Is vlsltlnsr Mrs. Horace II.
LU, of Qowen avenue.
ALONG THE READING
ext meetlugf of the Woman's Club, of
!le. will take place on Wednesday, Feb-
at z so o'clock at All Hallows Parish
Books and nlava voiM tin HlnpitanAjl nnr.
afttrnoon. AU February meetinas will
ttharg, of the Executive Committee.
P'Cr " Msber of tn Browning Clun at
-t Iusti9W aiMrnoon, uw cisaaor
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Ferncnstte wilt road n paper on Mrs. Browning
and her Influence on modern literature.
The following AVednesday tho usual business
of the organization will bo dispensed with and
It will hold Its annual theatre matinee, fol
lowed by n dinner nt tho St. James.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin T. Gillespie, of Elklns
Park, v ill entertain on Thursdny evening nt
n dance, when their guests will Ineludo Lieu
tenant Rnlph Shopard, U. S. M. C, nnd Mrs.
Shcpnrd, Mr. and Mis. Wndo Jolley, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles S. Dnvls, Dr. nnd Mrs. Norman
I'nync, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Borden, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Fltztrernld, Mr. and Jtrs. James Bryan,
Lieutenant Herbert Taylor, U. S. N., Mr. nnd
Mrs. John C. Taylor and Roman Rlvas.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Shelp, of York road nnrt
Oak lane, are at Tnmpa, Flu., where they will
remain for an Indefinite stay.
Friends of Edward Moore will bo glad to
know that ho Is recovering from a serious
operation for appendicitis.
Mrs. Caleb Milne, of 3117 West Pcnn street,
entertained at brldgo yesterday.
A dancing cla3s, which meots on nltcrnato
Monday evenings In the Automobile Club, Is
under tho direction of Mrs. E. Nnudnln Ducr.
The class numbers 40, nnd tho next meeting
will tako place Monday, February 1.
Miss Eleanor Town, of New York, ' Is nt
present the guest of her sister, Mrs. Louis
Iluehlcr, of 512 East Johnson street.
The Tuesday euchre this week at St. Vin
cent's Hall will bo arranged by Mrs. Edward
Wolshcr. On February 2 Mrs. Morrison Wood
and Miss Adclc Fraser will bo In charge.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles McCarty, of 1C4 East
Chelten avenue, cntertnlncd nt "BOO" last eve
ning. Their guests Included Mrs. Ida Vir
ginia Bcalc, Mr. and Mrs. E. Blckel, William
H. Scott and Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles McCarty.
Miss Rachel Parker and Miss Fanny Parker,
of McCnllum street, have gono to Florida for
tho remainder of tho winter.
William II. Eddlshaw, 5934 Gcrmantown nve
nue, has gono to Atlantic City for a short
Miss Elizabeth Otto, of 5130 Wayne avenue.
Is at present In Atlantic City for a stay of sev
John Axford, 343 East Chelten avenue, will
leave on February 4 for Miami, Flo., where ho
will remain until spring.
Miss Frances Buck, doughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. C. Buck, of 3!)0G Sprueo street, will enter
tain Miss Margaret Meyer, of Baltimore, as her
guest In February. Miss Meyer will arrive tho
latter part of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour, of 1016 South 46th
street, will sail on Thursday for the Bahamas.
Mrs. Harrle Hause Fouse will give a luncheon
on Thursday, February 4, from 1 until 3 o'clock,
at her home, 43D5 Pine street.
Miss Rno Wolfe, of 1733 East Passyunk avo
nue, entertained Inst week nt luncheon, In
honor of her guest, Miss Elizabeth Bermas, of
Milton, Pa. Covers were laid for 10
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Davis entertained
tho Monday Evening Bridge Club last evening
at their home In the Glrard estate, 2512 South
Garnet street. Their guests were Paymaster
Manning H. Phllbrlck, U. S. N nnd Mrs.
Phllbrlck, Lieutenant Commander Raymond S.
Keycs, U. S. N nnd Mrs. Keyes, Lieutenant
Arthur T. Barney, U. S. N nnd Mrs. Barney,
Lieutenant Ralph L. Sheppard, U. S. M. C
and Mrs. Sheppard nnd Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Lieutenant Commander G. H. Comfort, U.
S. N., and Mrs. Comfort, with their little daugh
ter. Miss Sylvia Comfort, who havo been tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Crelghton, of
506 South 19th street, will leave ehortly for
Indianapolis, to which point Lieutenant Com
mander Comfort hns recently been assigned.
Mrs. George A. Cunningham entertained at
cards last evening at her home, 1623 Rltncr street.
A buffet supper was Bervcd. Her guests were
Miss Elizabeth Lemmerhlrt, Miss Helen Brooks,
Miss Anne DJorup, Miss Blanche Dove, Miss
Estelte Dove. Miss Lay Lynch, Miss Gladyz
Monsalvatage, Miss Gertrude Loney, Miss Irene
James, Miss Marin James, Miss Augusta James,
Miss Evelyn James, Miss Muriel James, Miss
Reglna Hughes and Mrs. Denney.
Mr. and Mrs. Benno Goodman, of 2303 North
21st street, have Issued Invitations for the wed
ding of their daughter, Miss Elsie Goodman, to
Isadora Meyers, tomorrow night, January 27,
at 6:30 o'clock, at the Rlttcnhouse, 22d and
Chestnut streets. Miss Goodman will have her
sister, Mrs. Morris N. Cohen, for matron of
honor, and Mr. Meyers, his brother, Frank
Meyers, for best man. Tho bridegroom and
bride will be at home after March 1 at 1312
Eleanor Btrect, Logan.
Miss Stella V, Snowden, of 1S21 Wallace
street, entertained at cards yesterday after
noon. Mrs. Oeorge L. Collins will be hostess at a
euchre, to bo given on Saturday, January 30,
at 2;15 o'clock In St. Malachy'a Bchool hall, 1419
North 11th street, for the church at Bomerton,
Pa., of which the Rev, William J, McMahon
'The Man With a Million," an entertaining
musical sketch, will be presented tonight by
St. John's Opera Company In the parish hall,
In aid of Bt. Tibothy's Hospital. Mrs. Charles
B. Wood is cruilrman of the Entertainment
Committee of the hospital. The officers, of
the hospital Ladles' Aid are: President, Mrs.
George W. Bostwlckj vice president, Mrs. M.
Howard Fussellj secretary, Mrs. R. McKeown,
and treasurer, MUs Margaret Bostwlck.
Mrs. Albert Hood, of Rochelle avenue, WU'
sahlckon, was the January hostess of her
sewing club, her guests being Mrs. N. Claire
Rorabaugh, Mrs. Frederick Stott, Mrs. Frank
Kenwortby. Mrs. John O. Struse, Mrs Roy A
Robinson, Mrs. Charl Wein, Mrs. Robert
Hays, Mrs. Orlando Ptty Miss Emma Hthfus
ana MUs Helta Rrtfua
These young girls will appear in "Fails and
Gertrude liachlcr, Miss May Gunningham, Miss
I'cut and Miss Ruth W alsh.
Dance nt Ilittcnliousc Hotel Was Largely At
tended Last Night.
The second of tho series of fortnightly dnncca
given by tho management of the Rlttcnhouse
was held last evening with more thnn 100 per
sons present. Before supper, which was served
In the Venetian room, Senor and Scnora Carlos
do Morteo gave several specialty dances.
Among those who entertained at supper wero
Mrs. Peter Boyd, who had a party of 30 guests.
Miss Barbara Boyd also entertained 15 young
friends Dr. nnd Mrs. Whiting, pt 1523 Sprueo
sUeot, had ns their guests Mr. and Mrs. Balt
zar de Mare, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Granger Ken
nedy and Mr. nnd Mrs. William L. Supplee.
Another party was made up of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Newlln Brown, Mr, nnd Mrs. Joseph V. Lit
tle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Schuylor Armstrong, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Coxe, Chester H, Kirk, Dorothy
Kirk, Mr. and .Mrs. Georgo Boehm nnd Mrs.
James W. Dnvles.
An Interesting table Included Mr. and Mrs.
Charles 13. Barton, Miss Barton nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar F. Brown, i
Before the danco Charles O. Marquette enter
tained n number of friends at dinner. His
guests Included J. C. Bonner, Hampton L. Car
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cawthorne, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Duffy, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duffy,
Jr., John J. Donnelly, Freelnnd J. Ellis, J. M.
Frnzlcr, Charles E. Gehrlng, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wul
ter E. Hering, J. F. Lamorelle, Colonel Thomas
C. Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lukes, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Fronk Losee, Mr. and Mrs. Eugeno G.
Miller, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Mlsh, Mr. and Mrs.
Claudo M. Mohr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mahlon W. New
ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. Duvld B. Trovnn, Mr, and
Mrs. R. II. Thatcher, Ernest L. Tustln. Frank
Van Roden, James C. Walsh.
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Burger, of Jarrett
nvenue, will be at homo In their new house In
Kensington nfter January 27. Mrs. Burger
will bo remembered as Miss Sadie Blttan, of
243S North 20th street.
Frederick Egner, of C027 Torresdalo avenue,
entertained tho members of the Ushers' Asso
ciation of tho Wlsslnomlng Presbyterian
Church last night.
Mrs. T. Altemus, of East Tabor road, has
ns her guest, Mrs. Wise, of Reed City, Mich.
Organ Recital to Be Given Tomorrow Night for
Settlement Music School.
Tomorrow evening there will be nn organ
nnd song recital In "Lyndon," the Wyncote
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cyrus II. K. Curtis, for
the benefit of the Settlement Music School of
Philadelphia. Will C. Macfarlane, municipal
organist of Portland, Me., and John F. Braun,
soloist, have nrranged a delightful program
which will Include
Toccata and Fuguo In D Minor, Bach; Mr.
"Adelaide," Beethoven; Mr. Braun.
Scotch Fantasle, Macfarlane (dedicated to
Mr. Cyrus II. K. Curtis); Mr, Macfarlane.
Group of Scotch and old English sons (a)
Loch Lomond; (b) Meet Me by Moonlight
Alone; (c) Cherry RIpo; fd) Phyllis Has Such
Charming Graces; (e) March of tho Cameron
Men; Mr. Braun.
(a) Largo, Handel; (b) Ave Maria, Schubert;
(c) Marche Funebre, Gullmant; (d) Coronation
March, Meyerbeer; Mr MacFarlane,
1'huw fcj fuiu Stadw
MISS MARGARET WATgHS
MUs Waters, who is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas S. Waters, Jr., will tako part in
"JIotcl Potch, to be glvea by the Paint and
Powder Club, at the; Jeuktatowa Auditorium,
toajoriow aud Thandaj eight.
Fancies," at the Dellevue-Stratford, on February 3.
Gertrude Zane, Mlaa Mario Toner, Mlai Margaret
THE marriage of Miss Emily McKcon to
Francis W. Kemblo will bo solemnized at
4:30 o'clock this afternoon In St James' Prot
estant Episcopal Church, 22d nnd Walnut
streets. The bride, who will bo given In mar
riage by her brother, Spencer MoKeon, will
wear a gown of cloudy whlto tullo with a court
train of sliver brocade. Her veil will be of old
fnmlly lnco and will bo drnped nnd held In
place by a bandeau of pearls, the gift of the
bridegroom. She will carry a graceful bouquet
of lilies of tho valley and white orchids.
The matron of honor and brldo's only at
tendant will be Mrs. Howard LeC. Roome, of
New York, who will be gowned In pink chiffon,
embroidered In silver with cloth of silver slip
per!.. Her hat will bo of pink tulle, trimmed
with small purple (lowers and with a cream
lace veil. Mrs. Roomo will carry a tiny pillow
mult of purple orchids.
Mr. Kemble will havo Richard Stockton Whlto
ns his best man and tho ushers, who wore class
mates of Mr. Kemble nt Harvard, will bo Grls
wold Lorrlllard, of Tuxedo; Charles S. Brown,
Jr., and Clement L. Dcspard, of New York, and
Robert E. Bradley, of Morristown, N. J. Owing
to iilnesi Valentine Holllngsworth, of Boston,
will be unable to attend.
Following tho ceremony a small reception for
the Immediate relatives will bo held at the
bride's hom 2123 Sansom street. Mr. nni Mrs.
Kemble will go to California, to remain until
The wedding of Miss Ellznbeth A. O'Brien,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O'Brien, nnd
Francis X. Hope, of New York, will take place
quietly this afternoon, at 5 o'clock, at tho
Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, on Logan
square. The Rev. Father O'Hara will officiate.
Tho bride, who will be attended by her sister,
Miss Eleanor 55. O'Brien, as maid of honor, will
bo gowned In white broadcloth, made In the new
Emplro fashion, and will wear a small close
nttlng hat of black strnw nnd blue fox furs.
Her sister will wear a suit of snnd-colored cloth
and a small black sailor hat nnd bluo fox furs.
Mr. Hope will have Daniel L. McCarthy as
beat man. Following the ceremony a small re
ception for the Immediate families will bo held
at the home of the bride's parents, 1734 Spring
Mr. and Mrs. Hope, nfter a wedding trip
through tho South, will live In New York, whero
they will be at home nfter March 1.
At the first annual dinner of the One o'clock
Club, of Kensington, held at Shoemaker's on
North Front street, the following members were
present: Dr. Chnrles R. Fulmer, C. M. Green
holt, Havard Rambo, James Hathln, Lincoln
McNeil, Bernard Arndt, Eugene II. Hill, Chris
topher Fluehr, J. E. Fltzpatrlck, M. L. Laverty,
C. II. Mott, E. II. Thurman, Charles Shoe
maker, Joseph Shoemaker, Daniel J Duttleld,
Llnford II. Yonker, O. Albert Burger and
Richard J. Pomeroy, The dinner was followed
by an Interesting program of musical selec
tions. Mrs. Eva Langer gave a musical recital at
her studio, 2327 North 4th street, when the
following pupils took part In the program:
Miss Lillian McDowell, Miss Caroline Smith,
Miss Margaret Strawhower, Miss Mary Straw
hower, Miss Mario Bnelder, Miss Mary Flan
agan, Miss Mildred Deaves, Miss Hannah
Snell, Miss Julia Connell, Miss Frances Dia
mond and Elmer Slater. A large numher of
guests were present: Phil Langer, Mr, and
Mrs. Dick Gesh, Mr. Deaves, Miss Ethel CJresh,
Miss Edith Dresh, Mrs, Flanagan, Miss Reglna
Flanagan, Mrs. McDowell, Mrs. Diamond, Miss
Anna Diamond, Miss Mary Diamond, Mrs.
Bnelder, Mrs. Strawhower, William Eshelmlre,
Elmer Adolph, George Kline, Miss Rose Yost,
Miss Ethel Shipley and Miss Viola Shipley.
A surprise party was given In honor of
Bamuel Hulnlck's 23d birthday by his sisters.
Mrs. Benjamin and Mrs. Tecotsky, at the home
of Mrs. Tecotsky, ISO! North th street The
pueats were Miss Sara Baskin, Miss Bessie
Kolinsky, Miss S. Myerson, Miss Lillian
Tecotsky, Miss Harah Young. Miss Hannah
Jonas, Miss Lillian Flerman, Miss Rose Wolf,
Miss Jean Baskin, Miss M, Cornfield, Miss
Reba Tecotsky, Miss Dorothy Cohen, Bamuel
Hulntck, Harry Rlerman, Jack Press, Raymond
Rosen, August Lincoln, Alfred Adler, Benja
min Gabler, Joseph Itatner. Louis Katr, Harry
Albertman, Albert Zell, William Rubin, Samuel
Weiss and J, Clark.
CAMDEN AND VICINITY
Mr, and Mrs. T. West Claggett and young
son, of Baltimore, will arrive this week for
a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Claggett's mother,
Mrs. John F. Starr, of 501 Linden street, Mr.
and Mrs. Claggett will also make a short Visit
In New York city and tn Madison, N. J.
Mrs. Mary Brown, of 411 Penn street, has re
turned from the South greatly Unproved in
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From right to left are Miss Eleanor Hoban, Mtit
Magee, Miss Mary McMahon, Miss Clementine
German-American Dall Held Last Night Was
Tho German-American Charity Ball was held
last night In the Academy of Music Tho Acad
emy was crowded to its utmost capacity, an
the affair is always popular and Is looked for
ward to by many overy year. Tho music nnd
chorals which preceded tho grand march wero
rendered very well by tho Maennorchor, Har
monlo and Philadelphia Quartet Clubs. Tho
grand march was led by Director and Mrs.
Georgo D. Forter, and was viewed by a num
ber of Philadelphia's prominent people, Includ
ing the Mayor and Mrs. Rudolph Blankcnburg,
Dr. W. Mullcr, German Consul; Georgo E.
Grlviclc, Austro-Hungarlan Consul; Colonel M.
Richards Muckle, ex-Governor Pennypacker,
Matthew Sonthelmer, Henry Llorz, Edward W.
Slcgman, Albert T. Amann, Adolph Storck,
Wlllnrd E. Barcus, Mr. and Mrs. Franz Ehrllch
and John C. Oeters. .
Tho ballroom was beautifully decorated with
palms, ferns and azaleas, and tho word "Char
ity" was brilliantly Illuminated In electric
Tho women's gowns were all quite elaborate.
Mrs. Porter woro heavy black satin, having a
draped skirt and a bodice of lace, with a girdle
and trimming of coral-colored satin. Mrs.
Ehrllch looked very well In a gown of bluo
Batln, with a tunic of whlto lace. The bodlco of
lace was elaborately finished with pearla and
beaded trimming. Mrs. S. Townsend Zook woro
a gorgeous gown of pink satin, tho waist of
which was bluo panno velvet, trimmed with
fitch fur. Miss Allco Fisher looked well in a
gown of yellow puasy-willow satin, and Mlsa
Marlon Fisher's pink satin dress was made with
a very full skirt and having a girdle of blue
satin. Miss Helen Patterson looked charming
In a gown of blue satin, having a scalloped
tunic, tho bodice of which was made of beaded
trimming, rink roses finished tho costume.
Colonel nnd Mrs. Edward Bowman wero also
Been. Mrs, Bowman looked well In a gown
made simply of gray satin.
The proceeds of the ball will bo devoted to
tho destitute unemployed of tho city.
Mr, and Mrs. Georgo M. MIIIb, of 1417 Ontario
street, will entertain nt dinner tonight In honor
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert H. Byrnes, of Glonslde,
and Mr. and Mis. Ludulg C. Filbert, of Fox
Dr. George Mifflin Dallas Peltz, of Swedes
boro, N. J., Is tho guest of hla sisters, Miss
Elizabeth L. Peltz and Mrs. Henry A. Welnnd.
Lllburne Chandler hns Issued Invitations for
tho marriage of his daughter. Miss Edna Sim
mons Chandler, to Thomns Mclntlre Ellaaon, nt
St. Andrew's Protestant Episcopal Church,
February 6 at 6.30 o'clock In the evening. The
rector, the Rev. Richard W. Traynell, will of
ficiate. Immediately after tho ceremony there
will be n reception nt the home of the bride,
907 Jefferson street. Mrs. Cheslelgh A. Bonlne,
of Washington, D. C, will nttend Miss Chand
ler ns matron of honor and the bridesmaids will
1m Miss Greta M. Chandler, the bride's sister:
Miss F. Edith Springer, Miss Helen M. Rye and
Miss Elizabeth H. Kllburn, of Upsall, Pa.
James B. Ellnson, the groom's brother, will net
as his best man, and tho ushers will be J.
Roland Welch, Herbert Maston, Cheslelgh
Bonlne, of Washington. D. C.. and Dr. Swlthen
T. Chandler, of Germantown, Pa., the bride's
Members of the Friends' Needlework Guild,
which meets at the homes of the members to
make clothing for the Belgian relief fund and
local charities, met yesterday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Carroll C. Llpplncott on H(ll
Dale road. Among those present were Mrs.
Howard White, Mrs. John Pyle, Mrs. Arthur
Shrlgley, Mrs. Barclay White, Mrs. Samuel
Ogdcn, Mrs. Samuel Bartram, Mrs. J. II.
Stewart, Mrs. George White, Miss Emily Wll
ber, Mrs. R. M, Hannum.
Russian Opera to Be Given Tonight Will De
Viewed by Fashionable Throng.
Tonight will be opera night, and the Russian
opera "Boris Godunow" will be given. A num
ber of parties have been arranged. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles B. Wright, of Chestnut UIU, will
entertain in honor of Mr, and Mrs. Perry Bel
mont, of Washington, and Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Edward Ingersoll. After the performance Mr.
and Mrs, Wright will enterynn at supper at
the Rlti-Carlton. Their gvrests will be Mr,
and Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Van Rensselaer, Mr, and Mrs, Charl
ton Yarnall, Mr, and Mrs. William Struthera
Ellis, Miss Julia Rush, Mrs. Alexander Brlnton
Coxe, Mrs. Charles R. Snowden. Clarence R.
Lewis, W, Lyman Blddle, Judge Robert Ralston
and C. Willing Hare.
Mr. and Mrs, Randal Morgan, of Chestnut
Hill, will have as their guests Mr, and Mrs.
Arthur Q. Glasgow, of London.
Mrs. J- Harrison Smith, of the Bellevue
Stratford, will entertain In honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles S. Farnum. Supper will follow
at the RlU-Carlton.
Dr. and Mrs, Wilbur Padaoek Klapp, of ti
Spruce street, and. Mr. and Mrs. C. Emory Me
MtehatL of Pvon, will Uo entertain, in their
MISB ISABEL WURTS FAOB, dauehter of
Mr. and Mrs. William Byrd Pare, wilt be
guest of honor at a theatre party and supper At
the Ritz-Oarlton, to be siven by Mrs. Charles P.
Fox. Those present will be Miss Mary Stuart
Wurts, Miss Mary T. Denokla, Miss Hope Trux
tun Beole, Mies M. EulsJIe Wlllcox, Miss Flo
rence Meads, Mrs. Joseph Harrison, 0. Sargent
Large, Malcolm Lloyd, Henry Gibson, Georgo
Brown, William Flatt Pepper and Clarence W
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Bnunnan Reath, of
IS 11 Walnut street, will glTe a, theatre party,
followed by supper at the Rlts-Carlton, In
honor of their niece, Miss Elan Reath, and her
flanoe, John A. Appleton, of New York. Among
the guests will be Miss Jean Newbold Thomp
son, Mlsa Charlotte Harding Brown, Miss Cor
nelia Carter Leldy, Miss Margaret Handy Bur
ton, Miss Inez Drayton, John O. Bell, Jr., J.
Hamilton Oheston, Alexander Meroer Blddle,
Jr., Thomas IC Finletter and Ludwlg C, Lewis.
At the opera Miss Katharine Ashhurst Bowie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. XL Bayard Bowie,
of 1710 Walnut street, win be guest of honor
In the box of Mrs. John White Geary, of Chest
nut H11L The other guests will Include Mr. and
Mrs. R. Bturgls IngersolL Miss Helen Ellis,
Btonley Stokes, Joseph VanPelt and Howard
Miss Hope McMlchael wilt also be entertained
at the opera by Mr.' and Mrs. C. Emory Mo
Mlohael, of "Knoll House," Devon.
Glacier National Park
LIFE AND 1IAD1T3 OP TUB BLACKFEET INDIANS
MR. LAURENCE D. KITCHELL
nureau of Commercial Economic!
With Motion Pictures and Hand-Tinted Slides
ACADEMY OP MUSIC
Wednesday, January 27, 2 P.M.
for tha benefit
HOME RELIEF DIVISION
EMERGENCY AID COMMITTEE
Beats, COc, 2Sc and 10c.
On Bale at All Aeencles and Door
C2d, Abovo Mnrket
6:30 to 11 P. M.
Coming Next Week
Thurs. Fri. Sat
Jan. 28 Jan. 2D Jan. 30
TprI?T?'irGrP This & Next Week. Evirs. 8U5.
X1 VJIVIVnjOX Matlneea Wed. nnd But. 2:16.
CHAHLE8 rnoiIMAN Presents
The Oreat Three-Star Combination
in THE GIRL FROM UTAH
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
NEWMAN With" Actual
iNJJ vv J-rxxixx War plcturC3
Ticket noc. i'ic. $1 at Heppe's. Amphitheatre. 23c.
P A "RPTPTf Th, Nt Weefc. Egs. at 8:15.
laAXVnito'lV Matlneea Wed. & Sat. at 2(18.
A. II. WOODS Presents
In the Riot of Laughter
THE HIGH COST OF LOVING
Popular Price Wed. Mate. Beet Seats 1.80.
T3T?riATl Tnl" 'c' Week. Evgs, at 8:1S.
XilXj.i-f Matlneea Wed. & Sat. at 2:1B.
DAVID UEL.ASCO Presents
In the Brilliant Comely by Fereno Molnar
THE PHANTOM RIVAL
11 TO 11
8 0T1IEU NOTABLE A p m C
ALL FEAT U HE -" - - "
LVD TP Matinee Tomorrow 2ilB.
IKIO TONIGHT AT 8 US
THIS AND NEXT WEEK ONLY
CYRIL MAUD E
IN HIS GUEAT COMEDY SUCCESS
A TTnT "DTJT I'op. 1 Matinee Thursday
AD hiLiir til To.viaiiT at 8:ib shaup
The Funniest Play Eer Written
"THE THIRD PARTY"
With TAYLOH HOLMES and WALTER JONES
AN INSTANTANEOUS HIT HERE1
Chestnut St. SB
Home of World'a
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J.IIUCO J-tiiJ KVUH.. 7 ana i iuc. loo, zsa
Academy of Music gSSS Feb. 28tfB
IRVIN S. COBB
,0, th. ShturtayveMnPoat,
n what ha saw at the front In the European War Zona.
B?au i Toinorrowl lachWMatriceaMo. to 4.oO.
' METIIOPOLITAN OPEHA HOUSE
METHOPOL1TAN Ol'EUA CO.. NEW YOUK
toiS BORIS GODUNOW
A&e &" S38SZ &;.. 8L8S5f:
Mr. Polacco. Seats HOB Chestnut Street, Walnut
IU35 : ltace OT.
B F. KEITH'S THEATRE
Dtlh WOKTU TA.LKWQ J.UOUTI
TlPNnlETTA CIIOSMAN 4 CO. i LA M1LO, MAU.
m?AIL MONTQOMEIIY: JOHN It. UOItDON A CO.;
!USAkSfl.OYDi MOUAN A WISKIt. OTHERS.
Market Street. Above linn
PICTURES, 11 to 11 16
Edith Taliaferro in
Comlnc Thurs . Frl.. gat
THE GOOSE QIRL"
Next Week Mary Plcltford In "MiaTttfc33 NELLl',
PALACE Theatre "W?:.
PHOTOPLAY Qlrl of tha Golden" West"
EARLE-S DIVING LIUEB
FRANCONI OPERA CO
JAMES REQAN CO. OTHERS
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Milton and D Long Bisters
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VjJ.VrVA1!.!-' I Mason 4 Murray Richard Bro.
Today 2il 8. 7 8 I Laughing Picture
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