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William Kent, of Bent road, Wyn
eote, ' entertolnlnsr nt luncheon today at
i-80 o'clock In honor of Miss Eleanor
wilrtuiy, when her guests will include
MlM M" Qrlbb!!l' SI8S SInrJrl0 Kent
jl,j Marion Sharpless, Miss Dorothea
lenntns". trSl A,len ltceJ' Mrs" John C'
; Martin, Miss Mary Mulford, Miss Dorothy
' MUUort! and Miss Marguerite Sill.
.i-,hnr of tho Pennsylvania Society of
.... Ainnlnl Dame of America who wilt
. in san Francisco or vicinity on Oe
?At,r 8 the dato for tho reception for vls
itin miests of Colonial Dames, are in-IiiJ-
to send their names nnd addresses
while there to Mrs. William H. B. Ingalls,
sio Octavla street. San Francisco, Cal.
The regular meetings of tho Pennsylva
nia Society of tho Colonial Dames of
America wilt bo held toiViy. Supplemental
culms Committee at 10 o'clock tomorrow,
it-tod meeting of the board of managers
'LTtll'M o'clock on May ID, stated meet
ing c'f the society nt It o'clock. Unless
otherwise stated nil of theso meetings
will be held In the west wing of Indc-..enc-
Hall. The meeting on May 28
f the Committee on Examination of
Pipers will bo held In tho Historical So
ciety, 13th and Locust streets, at 10 o'clock.
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.aUghter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Caleb Fox,
tt Berthcllyn, York road, Ogontz, and
!L"J..-i- n Mnrtln. of 2312 Snruce
street, will take placo In October.
,.....-nn rnmmnndpr It. T. Mnnner
and Mrs. Mcnner are nt tho Colonial,
,11th and Spruco streets.
u, nnd Mrs. David Lewis will spend
U enrlv summer nt tho Delaware Blvcr
- vnn .Tntinpv Jinrl Mr f1nlichtr.
lllis Molly Janncy, will closo their town
home, 121 South 10th street, early In
June and occupy their resldenco on Meet
ing House road for tho summer.
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Del., formerly of 2S15 Queen Lano, will
ipend tno week-end as the guest of Mr.
Mi- Mrs.Kcmp Bartlett nt their homo In
Mrs. Horace Brooko Burt, of tho Blen
heim, 17th and Chestnut streets, has left
her apartment and Is spending some tlmo
at tho Runnymcde, Atlantic City. In
June flhe will entertain a house party
nt her ranch In Wyoming.
Philadelphia friends of Mrs. William
Paul and family, of Pittsburgh, Pa., will
be Interested .to know they are spending
icme tlmo at Atlantic City, N. J.
The Pennsylvania Chapter of the Amer
ican Guild of Organists has Issued cards
for the 33d public service on Thurptlny
evening, May 13. In Calvary Presbyterian
Church, Locust street nbovo 15th. Tho
choir of the church, augmented for the
occasion, under the direction of Mr. David
E. Crowler, will render the service.
A series of throe Shakespearean lec
ture recitals will bo given by Dr. Edgar
P, Abbott, of Boston, under the auoplces
of the Ladles' Committee of the Chapln
Memorial Homo for the Aged Blind. Tho
proceeds w;IU be used for the nuxlllary
fund. The BUbJccts of tho lectures are
ss follows: "Julius Caesar," Monday, May
Hi "Hamlet," Wednesday. Mny 26. and
"The Tempest," Friday, May 23.
W Mr. and Mrs. William Trlnklo have
,'x?. returned from n week's stay In Atlan-
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tic wity. wiin wieir uuugui.r, .uiaa
v' fllnAva WvlHn Trlnlrlft tliov will rlnRft
$" their town house. 1905 Spring Garden
! street, on Wednesday, May 12, and will
occupy their cottage nt uneisea ror me
Mrs. E, Leltsch, of Alden, Pa., enter
tained at a week-end party Saturday In
honor of the birthday nnnlversary of her
(laughter, Miss Itosa Leitsch. Among tho
"guests were Miss Emma Blair, Miss Mil
dred Bell, Miss Ella Sibley, Miss MniS;
garet Call, Miss Violet Vohmeyer, Miss'
ElUabeth Moore, Mlsa Mary Manning,
Mla Lola Hodgley, Miss Maude Johnson,
Mlsa Lillinn Campbell, Mr. Ralph Smith,
Mr. Harvey Hill, Mr, Harvey Kelly, Mr.
Walter Mlllbourne, Mr. Jack Campbell,
Mr. William Sharne. Mr. Robert Moore,
p Mr, John Sharpe. Mr. Herbert Leltsche,
Mr. Samuel Montague, Mr. Horace -instead
and Mr, Edward Lcntz.
Along the Main Line
OYEItnnoOK. Mrs. Georgo McClellan
rave a large bridge yesterday afternoon
at her' home, 6103 Overbrook avenue, for
charity. Among those present were Mrs.
K. Burke, Mies .Catherine DcLaney, Mrs.
M. Faust, Mrs. Harry A. Mackey, Mrs.
Frederick C. Menckc, Mrs. Charles Hall,
Mrs, Frank Zell. Mrs. White, Mrs. Daniel
McCllnch, MrB, S. Kelly, Mrs. Henrv F.
Michel!, Mrs. Harry L. McCloy, Mrs. Rob
ert A. Pitt, Mrs. Frank Silllman, Jr., Mrs.
Frank Weed. Mrs, Wilbur Wright Stew
art, Mrs. Paul Wolfe. Miss Millie Young,
Mr Naah, Mrs, Joseph H. Bllllngton,
Mrs. Peter Hallahan, Mrs. McMlchen,
Mls Rosalie McMlchen, Mrs. O'Meara,
Mrs. Charles Hallahan, Mrs. Charles
Donnelly and Miss Murphy.
The dancing class, composed of about
1 young people, meeting every other
Saturday throughout the winter, will give
Its flnal dance tonight at the Overbrook
Oolf Club. About 7G young people, In
cluding members nnd their guests, will
The Men's Bible Class of the Overbrook
Presbyterian Church will give n large
dinner the night of May 2S at the Over
brook Golf Club.
M.BION Mr. nnfl Mn Tflnm Rphwart.
ft Houpton, will entertain a house party
- P young people over the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Means and family.
sF-0 spent the winter In the South, re
Meath opened their home on Beacom
-. miANOVA. Mrs. Edward Cadwallader
L -31 lent Ollt Invltntlnna fni n llntlPA on
Thursriav XT-. Vt If-- nnJn.llnHa will
uo give a luncheon next Wednesday at
., wiiBwUne folk wJH motor over to the
' JiK y'1 cluohouse tomorrow, when the
Bf in i " noia open nouse." -ine ioi
Kllo women of the Entertainment and
.---, w-iiumuee win receive me mem
i'w.'iS4 the,r !t: Mrs. Wilbur P.
r5!T,0"!Mn' B- de B. Keim, Mrs. M.
QWton wlfffnii n,-- -.-k-w.- nt ,1,1.
fk commit,.. - n. . -.-..-.-
P i tT -A. " "" alr "ooeri x-ainqs, air,
r 2B?y. Dr. T, Lo BoutllJIer and Mr,
SiTT,Su"et uneheon wlU bo served at the
IS "WW- la the afternoon, and there
.iw an 'nierestlnjr tennis matcn
: yd a ih . mn' tennU teams of Cyn-
DiM- ..." ;? neia uountry -i'
tU ', Vil be l,I(1 ln the eyenlns In the
S,! CIubroom an4 on the porch. A
,., nu,abr I young people, as well as
.5'w the married set, will attend
(Sub! Smtn'" t'nnls tm ot the Cynwyd
Pfc IV,. i , r . "r nB "r ume is piaying
FS-i?i,n ,!r?,lb 'ml8 matches, will meet
fSLivIl,hla Crlckct Club this after-
Hair' irX" wmwm?. wpm
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:no t -naKer' nt " wary ai.
-i. nuier Aauijon Mpx na
Miss ElUabeth Christie will net as sub
slitutM this nfternoon.
Vollowlng tho match tea will bo served
on tho clubhouse porch.
A number of well-known young people
of Bala and Cynwyd, members of the
Phi Sigma Sorority, organized this win
tor by tho senior class of Lower Merlon
High School, at Ardmoic, will give n
large dance tonight at tho Wynnofleld
Country Club. The clubhouse will be
attractively decorated with palms and
dogwood. There will be n number of
specially arranged dances, and tho eve
ning promises to be a most enjoynblo
one. Among those who will bo present
nre Mr. and Mrs. John O. Fleck, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Howard Mecke, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Rodman Street, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnnl:
Secburger, Mr. and Mrs. Albert D. Pr-tl-rlck,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Johnson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Henry Morris, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Isanc Kershow, Dr. and Mrs. George W.
Lincoln, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry West. Mr
and Mrs. Frank Hammer, Miss Sara
Pedrlck, Miss Florence McDevltt. Miss
Dorothy Hendron, Miss Grace Meyers,
Miss Mario Mcse, Miss Helen Pedrlck,
Miss Dorothy Morris, Miss Doroth
Mecke. Miss Dorothy Fleck, Miss Myrtle
Johnston, Miss Katharine Street, Miss
Mnrlon Pedrlck, Mies Ursula Secburger,
Miss Jean Hammer, Miss Marguret Ker
shaw, Miss Louise Kccfe, MIfs Grnca
Vandlvcr, Miss Ethehvyn Vandlvcr, Miss
poiothy Moore, Miss Anna Ulnlr, Mr.
Irank Powell, Mr. Ralph Jones. Mr.
Thomau Vnndlvcr, Mr. Russell Hammlt,
Mr. Gcorgo Cannotd, Mr. John Haynes,
Mr. William McDowell, Mr. Howard
Mecke, Jr., Mr. Benson Steed, Mr.
Charles Rapp, Mr. Gcrrlsh Sproule. Mr.
Donald Knowlton, Mr. Paul A. Vnnnc
man, Jr., Mr. Joseph H. Koefe, Mr.
Henry Poole, Mr. Howard McNeil, Mr.
Philip Derhan, Mr. Warren Faunce, Mr.
Whlttlngton, Mr. William dhupbert.
Miss Rebecca Duhring, of Germantown
avenue, has returned from Syracuse,
where- she was the guest of Silts Marlon
Uulloy, for a fortnight.
Rear Admiral Edward D. Taussig and
Mrs. Taussig ale at present the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Hawlcy Taussig, of East
Miss Lockwood'a dancing class for tho
school sot will hold Its final meeting to
night in the ballroom of tho Philadelphia
Miss Fanny Kltson. of 213 West Upsal
street, will glvo n Bmall i o'clock tea
this afternoon to meet Mrs. Frederick
Merrick Gai diner and Miss Elizabeth
Claxton, whoso marriage to Mr. John H.
Storor, Jr.. of Boston, will take place
June 1. Mrs. Morgan Hebard, Miss Clax
ton's sister, will preside nt the tea table.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Butler Reeve3,
Jr., of Abbottsford avenue, are spending
sovcral days at Buck Hills Falls. They
will return home on Saturday.
Mrs. John Peter Grant, of Louisville,
Ky will arrive today to be the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Horner, of 6023
Boyer street. Mrs. Grnnt, who was mar
ried soveral years ago, will bo remem
bered as Miss Aleen Murphy, a talented
and popular member of Germantown's
Mrs. Joseph Fleltas has returned to her
homo on Greeno street from a trip to At
lantic City, N. J.
At the next meeting of the Germantown
Horticultural Socltty, to be held In the
lecture room of the Free Library In Ver
non Park, on Monday evening. May 10,
prizes will be awarded for tho 'best col
lection of wild flowers exhibited by n
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Bassett, of Morton
street, who havo spent the winter In St.
Petersburg, Fla., are now occupying their
homa ln Salem, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Svdnov RmlAn TTlttrtMnenn
are spending the spring months nt their
suburban residence on West Tulpehockon
Mr. and Mrs. William Guthrie, of 6143
Morton street, entertained many of their
friends the other evening In celebration
of their wedding anniversary. Tho guests
present were Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Stew
art. Mr. and Mrs. William Oland, Mr,
IMelrose Stewart, Mr. Charles Stewart,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Mr.
and Mrs, H. Gordon, Mr. nnd Mrs. George
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Guthrie, Mr.
and Mrs. J. Snyder, Mr. George Helnold,
Miss Loulso Schoeffler, Miss Mary Car
bray, Miss Elizabeth McSchan and Miss
Mrs. Fritz Chailea Greene, of Lincoln
drive, entertained at bridge yesterday.
Mr. Charles H. Super, of 43S Harvey
Btreet, was a visitor at Wlldwood for sev
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Mltterour, of 6653
Crowson street, have left for Jacksonville,
Fla., where they will reside permanently.
Mrs. Sarah Vandegrlft, of 132 West Rlt
tenhouee street, has as her guests for a
month her aunt, Mrs, Daniel Findley, and
her cousin, Mrs. Mary Carson Adams, of
Miss Mary B. Klllen, of New York, is
spending six weeks ln Germantown as the
guest of Miss Helen A. Cross, of Chelten
avenuo and Lambert street.
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Cameron, of
School Lane and Greeno street, left to
day for Sharon Station, New York,
Mr, and Mrs. William Chadwlck, who
havo been abroad for moro than two
years, are returning on the St. Louis,
American Line, sailing last Saturday
from Liverpool, and due In New York
Sunday or Monday, Mr. and Mrs, John
Bancroft, tho parents of Mrs Chad
wick, will be In New York to receive
When Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lackey en
tertain the Friday Nlsbt Cotillon at Na-maan's-on-Delawnre
tonight, It will be
the opening gala occasion for the old
house that haB sheltered such great per
sonages as Washington and Lafayette.
Miss Amy E. duPont has been selected
as one of the judges for Ladles' Day at
fhe Devon Horse Show, to be given the
last three days of May and June 1. Miss
duPont and MrB. Richard McGrann, of
Lancaster, Pa., will Judge the harness
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be accepted and printed in the Eve
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mutt be written on one tide of the
paper, mutt be tlgned in full, with
full address, and when possible
telephone number must be given.
Bend all such communications to
"Society Editor," Evening Ledger,
608 Chestnut street.
Vnless these requirements aro
carried out so that verification may
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iMRS. ALEXANDER. HENRY CARVER
One of the popular young matrons of tho Main Lino. Mrs. Carver will be remembered as Miss Gertrude
Nason, of Wilmington, Del. Tho photograph is copyrighted by Mathilde Weil.
Miss Margaret Kirk, of North American
street, will give a cuchro at the Catholic
Club on Richmond street nbovo Shacka
maxon street, on Monday evening, Mny
10, for tho benefit of the strnwberry fes
tival to bo given on Juno 1 for tho Im
maculate Conception Church, Front bo
low Allen street.
Tho Phi Delta Kappa Fraternity gave
Its monthly dance at tho Bellleld Country
Club last night. Those In charge of tho
dance were ttlr. CInrcnco A. Hutton, Mr.
Russell A. Delly and Mr. Harvey Ltppln
cott. On Slonday evening n sewing clrclo
meeting will be held by the members of
the Temple Presbyterian Church Frank
lin nnd Thompson streets, at the church.
A sewing circle meeting will bo held nt
tho homo of Miss Irene Inkermnnn, of CIS
Miller street, on Monday ovenlng. when
the following will be present: Miss Ma
bel Shcctz, Miss Elizabeth McCrclfiht,
Mrs. William Shcotz, Mrs. Charles Ken
nedy and Mrs. Robert Rile.
Tho Joan of Arc Club will meet to
morrow afternpon at the Y. W. C. A., at
2d street nnd Allegheny nvenue, when
those present will be Miss Chrlstlno Turn
er, Miss Anna Ubcrt. Miss Lillian Wil
son. Miss Mnrgarct Wilson, Miss Mary
Fry. Miss Sarah Castor, Miss Anna
Bello Wilson, Miss Anna Halworth nnd
Miss Lillian Wunsch.
Mrs. George C. Bowker, of "5 Rochclle
avenue, Wissnhlckon, entertained yester
dny at luncheon, followed by n muslcalo
In honor of Miss Gertrude Rommyson, of
New York. Covers were laid for 20
guests. Among those present were tho
members of the Symphony Club, of WIs
sahlckon. and Norrlstown, Miss Clara Yo
cum Joyce and Miss Helen Weber, of
Wlssahlckon, who recently returned from
A monster temperance rally will! be held
ln the Fourth Reformed Church, Mnna
yunk. on Sunday, when Major Dan Mor
gan Smith, of Chicago, will deliver tho
Tho board of deacons of the Wls.sa
hickon Baptist Church entertained the
senior and Junior choirs last evening In
the church edifice.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Maxwell Smolens, of 1836
Natrona streot, nre receiving congratu
lations on the birth of a son, Stanley R.
Smolens. Mrs. Smolens was formerly
Miss Anna G, Roseman.
Mrs. Henry A. Welnnd, of 2235 West
Hunting- Park avenuo, left Wednesday to
visit friends In West Chester, Pa. Her
nephew, Mr. Carl Pcltz, who has been
her guest for a week, has returned to
An Informal muslcale, the proceeds of
which nre to be used for missionary pur
poses, was given Saturday evening at tho
home of Miss Elsie M. Macintosh, 1213
West Erie nvenuo, Members of tho class
who participated are Miss Marian S.
Hume, Miss Elizabeth Creed, Miss Clara
L. Holden, Miss Mamie ...nmbers nnd
Miss Lillian Ryan.
Choosing a School for Your
Son or Daughter
is a very difficult thing to do unless you have personally
visited and investigated a large number. In order to help
you and save you a great amount of correspondence and
tiresome investigation, LEDGER CENTRAL sent out
a college graduate to visit schools and colleges. He has
spent several months visiting all the best schools in tho
East, securing all sorts of information at first hand
and is qualified to help you find the schqol best suited to
the peculiar needs of your boy or girl, at whatever price
you can afford to pay, The service is free, and we suggest
that you get in touch with the Bureau at once, as many
schools are registering pupils now, and will be filled to
capacity before June. Call, write or phone.
BROAD AND CHESTNUT STREETS
Mr. Arthur Shoner, of 800 Dickinson
street, will cntcrtnln Mr. William Moore
nnd Mr. David Bosner, both of Cleveland,
O., for a few days next week.
Tho Silent Slrkle, of South Phtlndel
phln, will give a dance tomorrow night
at tho Now Auditorium Hall, 7th street
and Snyder avonuc. Several prizes will bo
given for the best dancing. Miss Jean
Kelly Is chairman of tho commlttco In
charge of the affair. Other members of
the committee nre Miss Bessie O'Donnell,
Miss Caroline Magulrc, Miss Maude Nolan
and Miss Rose Cary.
Mr. Max Fchler, of 1735 South 5th street,
has gone to Capo Mny for six weeks on
account of poor health. He is visiting
Miss Sue Haines, ot 1C07 Passyunk ave
nue. Is spending tho summer with friends
In Pittsburgh, Pa.
Miss Ida Pearl, 1231 East Moyamenslng
avenue, Is taking a trip through Canada.
Sho will visit relatives In Alberta, To
ronto, Quebec and Glacier National Park.
Sho will return In September.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Corcoran entertained
at nn attractive dinner of 10 covers last
evening at their home, 1915 South Brood
street. Tho decorations were In pink and
white, the roses being tastefully arranged
In baskets. Their guests Included Mr.
nnd Mrs G. W. Hoover, Mr, nnd Mrs. J.
J. Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. James P. Far
rell, Miss Cntherlne Corcoran nnd Mr.
Joseph Fnrrcll, Jr.
A euchre nnd ilnnco wns held Wednes
day night In Sheldknects Hall, 4711 Frank
ford avenue, for the benetlt of St. Leo
Council, Knights of Columbus, Tacony.
Mrs. William Carroll, of 2600 Rhawn
street, will entertain at a small dinner
Saturday evening In honor of Miss Mar
garet Gtlman, of Atlantic City, whose en
gagement to Mr. J. Roland Becker, of
Wcstbury, L. I., has recently been an
nounced. Miss Katherine Fitzgerald and Miss
Elizabeth Fitzgerald, of Ashbourne street,
will be hostesses at a euchre party May
14, to bo held In St. Dominic's School
Miss Lydla Parker and Miss Hnttio
Knight are the week-end guests of Miss
Ella Patterson at her homo ln Holmes
A very attractive danco to close tho sea
son will be given this ovenlng in the Twen
tieth Century Club by members of the
dancing class, which was organized early
In tho winter by Mrs. R. L. Mlshler. The
members of the class nre Miss Dorothy
McEwen, Miss Marlon Mlshler, Miss Alice
Stntzell, Miss Sue Suddards, Mlas Har
riet Lipscomb, Miss Pocahontas Lips
comb, Miss Margaret Shaffner, Silts
Elizabeth Shaffner, Miss Dorothy Ed
wards, Miss Gertrude Edwards, Mr. Sam
uel Irwin, Mr. Edward Irwin, Mr. Ber
tram Balch. Mr. Fred Balch. Mr. Richard
Wagersmlth. Mr. Daniel Wagersmlth, Mr.
Ralph Wlrdle, Mr. Rowland Simpler, Mr,
John Clothier, Mr, Robert Pilling and Mr,
A "Danse do Prlntemps" was given by
tho members of the Nowman Catholic
Club of West Philadelphia last ovenlng
at 52d and Chestnut streets. Period dances
wero demonstrated by Miss Kathryn A.
Hastings, Miss Mary A, Stllz and -ir.
Vincent Carroll. The ballroom was ar
tistically decorated with cherry blossoms
and wild honeysuckle, nnd hundreds of
tiny electric lights In various colors pro
duced an unusual effect. The decorations
were arranged by Mr. H. Frnncls Mall
Mrs. Clinton Montgomery, of Wichita,
Kan., Is the guest of her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Clara Montgomery, 226 South 50th
Mrs. Philip Seymour, of 4631 Sansom
street, Is entertaining this week Mrs.
George Diddle Penrose, of New Orleuns.
Miss Clara Amy Wllllts, of 4405 Spruco
street, lint, returned from a short visit to
Owcgo, N. Y.
Miss Blanche K. Dougherty, of 3801
Locust street, will spend the early sum
mer ot her cottage In Atlantic City.
Mrs. Edward Cassldy, of New York,
formerly of this city, entertained at
luncheon and cards today at the homo
of Mrs. C. P. Brewster in the Delmar
Apartments. Mrs. Cassldy's guests were
Mrs. ErneBt Wright, Jr.. Mrs. Frank
Snyder, Mrs. Horaco McFetrldge, Mrs.
John Bland, Mrs. William P. Squibb, Mrs.
H. Clay Dlngee, Mrs. C. S. Schell, Mrs.
Walter Schaeffer, Mrs. George Kessler,
Mrs. Paul Irwin. Mrs. Charles G. Gery,
Miss May Hengen, Miss Bertha Winslow
nnd Miss Edith Newbury.
Mr. p. P. Tustln. of 1813 North 22d
street, and his son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rex Stackhouse. have
taken a cottago at Wlldwood Crest for
The flnal luncheon of tho Afternoon
"500" Club was held at tho St. James. Tho
membors present were Mrs. C. W. Scott,
Miss Selma Strauss, Mrs. Hllyard Smith,
Miss Isabel Hall, Miss Helen D'Ossone,
Miss Grace D'Ossone, Mrs. Russell Wil
son, Mrs. H. Rex Stackhouse. Mrs. J.
Durbln Acker, Mrs. Lee Eastburn, Mrs.
Charles Branch and Mrs. George Thomp
son. Mrs. J. Harry Anderson, of 2135 Green
street, has sent out cards for a children's
party on Friday, May 14,
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ONE of the most Important nffalrs to
day will be tho "Malfest" that Is to
be given nt the Jay Cooke Memorial Hall,
Old York and Aahbourno roods, for tho
benefit of the German and Austrian Red
Cross and the German Local Relief,
There will be a concert in tho After
noon, when the quartet from the- Phila
delphia Orchestra will be heard. Coffee,
tea and Ices nro to be sold, as well as
the wares from tho usual bazaar booths.
Sunoer will be served in tho evenlnc dur
ing which time the band from the steam
ship Prlnz Oskar will play.
Among those Interested In tho affair aro
Mrs. Charles D. Barney, Mrs. William P.
Braun, Mrs. Amos Blrdsatl, Jr., Mrs.
Joseph S. Bunting, Mrs. Lattrance Butler,
Mrs. Antonle Ehrllch, Mrs. Georgo W.
Elklns, Jr., .Mrs. Caleb F. Fox, Mrs.
Charles II, Frazler, Mrs. Adalbert Koert-Ing-Flscher,
.Mrs. J. Frederick, Mr. John
Gilbert, Mrs. Charles J. Gable, Baroness
Hlller von Gaertrlngcn, Mrs. Clement R.
Hoopes, Mrs. A. B. Hubnrd, Mrs. Harry
Hexamer Keller, Mrs. Sarah Kolb, Miss
Emma Kolb, Mrs. Corblt Lovcrlng, Mrs.
Wilson Potter. Mrs. Henry Rohncr, Mrs
Wharton Stork, Mrs. John Steele, Mrs.
Charles E. Schmidt, Mrs. Thomas E.
Shoemaker, Mrs. Gcorgo Stobbe, Mrs.
Wultcr L. Thompson, Mrs. Henry Miller
Watts, Mrs. Peter Woll, Jr., Mrs. John 11.
Whlttnktr nnd Mrs. R. Wlntcrstcln.
There will also bo another affair to bo
given for the benefit of the German war
sufferers, it will be In the form of a
caid party and dansant to bo given In tho
Rltz-Carlton under the auspices of the
German - Austro - Hungarian Ambulanco
The committee In charge of tho affair
Include. Mrs. Georgo Bowler Tullldge, Mrs.
O. W. Kulllng, Mrs. Frank Shuman, Mrs.
Carl F. Laubcr, 'Mrs. J. Koeltlng-Flacher,
Mrs. Christopher Donner, Mrs. J. Mc.
Clcllan Williams, Mrs. William Albert
Wood, Mrs. J. O. Sheatz, Mrs. Louis
Kolb, Miss Sarah Kolb, Miss Emma Kolb,
Mrs. J. Meyers and Mrs. Henry Mccs.
A number of girls will act an aides nnd
Include Miss Estclle Lnubqr, Miss Mary
L. Tullldge, .Miss Leonnetto Rehfuss, Miss
Isabel Dixon. Miss Ruth Delbert, Miss
Lorraine Stnhl, Miss Marlon Park, Miss
Florence Rlcger, Miss Margaret A. Tul
lldge Miss Katharine B. Tullldge, Miss
Anna Sykcs, Miss Mario Mces, Miss Helen
Omeata. Miss Sara B FInek. Mlsi Ruclln
Nolte, Miss Dorothy Dexter, Miss Marie
McKIean, Mlsa Qertrudo Miller, Miss
Along the Reading
Miss Caroline Llpplncott and Miss
Mary Llpplncott, of Rabbit Hill, Chel
ten Hills, will have as their guest this
week Miss Dietrich, of Baltimore. Md.
Miss Dietrich's sister. Miss Kathrlne
Dietrich, will bo the guest of Mrs. Wil
mer W. Hoopes, at her homo. Oak
Meadow, Valley road, Puoll, Pa., for
several days during this week.
Mrs. Charles E. Schwartz, ot West ave
nue, Jenklntown, will entertain as her
guest for sovcral days next week hor
daughter and granddaughter, Mrs.
Thomas Baker, and Mary Elizabeth Ba
ker, of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Baker
will be remembered as Miss Clara
On Saturday afternoonVn tea will be
given nt the North Hills Couhtry Club,
The hostess will be Mrs. Thomas Prlnglc,
Mr. nnd Sirs. George R. Roden, of Glcn
slde nvenue, Wyncote, nre spending sev
eral days in Gardiner, near Boston,
Mass.. where they are planning to make
their home ufter August 1.
Mis. Harrison Woodward, of Bethayres,
are spending some time with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Walter G. Baetz, at her home nt
Mr. H. S. Walker, of Wyncote, who has
been spending some time In Chlcngo, 111.,
is expected to return home the first of
Mr. Dayton Larzelere, of Washington
lane, Chelten Hills, 1b spending several
days ln Boston, Mass.
Mr. Elwood Miller, of Glensidc. will
shortly occupy his new home, 301 Hillside
Tho officers and directors of the Jenkln
town Branch of tho Needlework Guild of
America attended tho afternoon session
of the 30th annual meeting of the na
Uonal order, held yesterday at 2:31
o'clock in the auditorium of the Curtis
Building, 6th nnd Walnut streets.
The Queen Esther Girls of tho Oak Lane
Methodist Episcopal Church gave a nov
elty entertainment last night, entitled'
"The Thursday Evening Post." Those
who gave the performance and took part
Months ago our Parisian designers
went to Paris and other centers to
get ideas, to study fashions and
their effect on corsets.
They caught the inspiration of the
new mode and designed models dis
tinctly different from last season,
with beautiful curves, higher bust
and marvelous fitting qualities'.
These exquisite creations are now
on display. Just a hint that you
should not delay in seeing them.
Price S3 to 25,
Ask YOUR Dealer
Makers also of ROYAL WORCESTER Corsets
Mnrlo Bcnner, Mis. Mnrlon Datemnw,!
Miss Jennie Hickman, Miss EI-nrs
Wood, Miss Bessie Walsh and Mis. Et3
Tho Young Ladles' Auxiliary Asoei-sJ
lion or ai, j,uk6 Jiomeopninia 440-pninjt
will hold n sale of handmade llngefi,
fancy nrtlcles, cake, lea cream arid candy t;
on Wednesday, May ., en tho porch an41
lawn of Mrs. Samuel Thompson, J?. 840.
Wister street, Germantown. Mrs. Thomp-"
son, who Is the vtco president of ths
ntixtllarv. will hn nmilMti4 Irtr fhftA nf k
fleers and m&mberai Miss Ailco Ma. J
Launhtln. president! Miss Kllznbih B. 1
Hart, corresponding eecretary; Mlos Ma- '4
no Boric, recording secretary; Miss Mary 1
Guckes, assistant secretary; Miss Hor- fi
tense P. Beck, treasurer; Mrs. Lewis Hop.
per, assistant treasurer! Miss Helen Sfer-1
rott, Miss Beulah Horter, Miss Ada. Bat'
tersuy, airs. Mercer, Mrs. f, j, Rieray
Miss Trout, Miss Anna W, Borle, MM
Mary Dells, Mrs. W, C, RlUlus nnd Mlssr
An Interesting celebration will tak
placo on Tuosday afternoon In honor of 3
tho Old anniversary of tho founding .f
tho Northern Homo for Friendless Chli--dren,
n non-sectarian Institution, at 23d '
nnd Brown streets. Visitors nre cor
dially Invited, and addresses will be made
by Dr. Linn P. Bowman and Dr. Loyal
Y. Graham; In addition there will ba a
number of songs nnd recitations by the j
children themselves. The home, which Is
tho oldost of Its kind In the city, co
operates with tho Organized Charities
and tnkes enro of 175 boys and girls,
ranging In ago from 3 to 14 years,
Dr. Loyal Y, Graham Is president of
tho board ot trustees, and the other mem
bers aro Mr. William R. King, treasurer;
Mr. Edward S. Say res, vlco president; -J
Mr. Millard Kessler, secretary; Mr. Frank
Pearson, Mr. Samuel Vrooman, Mr. Will-
lam H. Stevons, Mr. Howard W, Lewis,
Mr. Charles O. Balrd, Mr. Wilson .
Mitchell, Mr, Robert Heyl, Mr. Frank Van
Rodon, Mr. Jacob Mohr, Mr. Hcrbort.il
Havens nnd Jlr. William a. Ulnlr.
Tho board of managers Includes Mrs.
George W. Urquhart, president; Mrs.
Chnrlea V. Boeder, -vice president; Mrs.
Alexander M. Fox, Jr., vlco president;
Mrs. Frederick T. Warren, recording sec
retary; Mrs. J. C. F. Gordon, correspond
ing secretary; Mrs. William O. Henry, '
treasurer; Mrs. William E. Hexamer, as
slstnnt treasurer; Mrs. Kenton Wnrne,
Mrs. Thcdore Julius. Mrs. E. V. Mc-,
Caulloy, Mrs. Frank W. Muzzoy, Mr,'!J
Benjamin F. Kunkle, Mrs. I-dward ft.
Moll, Mrs. Henry Frey, Miss Mary Sloano,Sj
Mrs. William C. Dougnty ana mm.
Howard S. Roberts.
ln It were Miss Anna Bossert. Bliss M.J
Bcnnsc, Miss Dorothy Stessan, Mls3 Lois '
Gllnev. Mies Ruth Leaf, Miss Edith-;
Goiter. Mlsa Grace Crumley nnd Mlss'i
Mr. nnd Mrs. Enstburn. of 5243 Nortril
13th street. Logan, will be at home Fri
day, June 1, from 4 to 7 o'clock
Dcbato on "Whether or Not th "United
Stntcs annum rurcnnie jmtrnea nips, ,
ItU'limord i-inrary. manna nenue ana a-
mnnil strop,! S d'p'fltk.
1'uWlc IMuc-tlon Aeiocl-tlon, Curtis Build
in. M o'el-pk. ;
I.ectur. on "Irish Poetry." by Prof. Xuno ,
M tii ,je mn , . It; h o clock,
llet-ll Druggists' Association, Collets ot
Uliupmav s ,. flnrlf. ..
Philadelphia Chapter, American institute otS
llnnkcr., itui cnesinui ritcei: ci a cock.
Philosophical fcoclety. 101 south 8th street;
Hitler Hay Alumni Association, St. Mat- .fl
thews i.uuieran inurrn, n n viuc-k. "a
Kcunlon, Law A'umnl Association, unlver- fj
81v Ol unnvmnn, I : ' u tiuu,.
Folk lore dancing carnival. Country Week ?
AH'OC atum I wiy lar-; j s-uh.
Plav, "Romeo nnd Juliet." by Xormal School
Alumnae, ac miunm i-emi su.u cvui...
nQUAL FRANCHISE BOCIETT.
Noon Open-air meeting- on postotflea plaia,
Cth nnd C'hoetnut streets. Speakers, tha nor.
A. J. Arkin anil Mies Bertha Sapovlta, or.
ennli,r for Ihn fto.letv.
8 p. m Open-air meeting at Front and aj
Unupmn sireeis, umier nuspiccs ot in. wm -ulnMon
branch ot the Equal Franchise So-"
cl.'t). Speakers, Miss Anna MrCue, who Is la
charge of tho branch; Mies Christina Archl.
hnlrl. Mlsa Sidle Flmplo niil Miss EU!I
S p. m. Open-air meeting at 7th street sn4
i ".., rii'-ktrs, .Has licrtha S-po.
ltb and Miss Olga Helen Clro.
WOMAN SUFFKAOB PARTT
irr3n rt. m. Meetlnsr or City Committee, at .
17.H Chestnut street, second floor. Mr. ,i
George I'lersoi, leaoer ot tno party in Fia-,
delphla, pretldes. Iteporla read and plana torri
a r. m Opcn-alr meeting at B-d and Cbst.
nui sirrri, unurr Ml. -.vice- oc in- -isf.
!egl-iaue aisinci ur-ncn 01 me paruN
Speaker. Mlsa flratla Erlckson, of Illinois, ro-1
cent publicity chairman for the suffrage pa-'i
raile In this cltv. She la hero for a short
period aiciing suirragista to gain tne vols tni
$X to $3. j,
im xBq."M at m m m