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ANCY WYNNE TELLS OP PASSION
1 t -r-r A tr m" TITH HTTTTOXT Tr mttfn nn
BfUch Interest Centred About the Coming Production
mf it il- nHnniAM "Dlmf T 11 HI Vine Bnnn!n TIT 1 i ll
i oi wie jraoDiuii x icjr uim x cioBiuu vveuK at ine
' Metropolitan Opera House Other Matters
PiurANY persons are deeply Interested
pMln the "Passion Play," which will
S,,e Dramatic Association during tho
rhh week in i.eni, iniuuimj ... ....
f""1" ... .. -1 1.n..lta will Un
ttitlon WC6K. Dovei. .............
benefited by It.
M, nhlecL of tho piay manes sucn
direct appeal to the human heart that
....jmJ. of men and women ot Boclal
i Brumlnence and of every shade of rell-
0U3 CBIiei ! d- - - -
tronage to what Is an altogether unique
departuro In tho dramatic Held. This
-Passion Play" stands alone, In that,
fcl! It depicts the life of Christ from
the lowly birth at Bethlehem to the last
,r.nl tragedy of Calvary, the figure of
t Christ never appears upon tho stage.
I tn. nersonallty Is .there, the figures of
' the men and womon ot IIIs l,ay nre
there, but tlie ureal -j. wiener is bccii uiuy
I i it were by Inference. This Is a con-
y cession to good tasto and to tho Inherent
if. ... ...& HmiitKA.irnfiFa In irnnnrnl
bav always felt toward nny attempt to
rwlly rep'roduco tho flguro of Christ.
'The clay will require a cast of more
A. jjn 00 performers, an orchestra of 40
pieces and a chorus or 7U voices, lie
hwrsals have been going on for the last
)i months and, contrary to tho ordinary
UM, the majority of them havo had to
MJitld In tno Metropolitan Opera House
it.if. ilnco It Is tho only stage In town
S? lxs enough for Buch a purpose. It Is
Mne staged and directed by tho Rev.
William A. Storck, S.J., who spent vlr-
fltuslly a year In gathering Information
Ik MiillmnMn onanM nnntltmna nnd
'M IU HUHIS.IV. uw.., .....u ....
The play will ho given at least three
times at night and twice during tho
afternoons, beginning tho night of April
Among the patronesses nro Jlrs.
Archibald J. Barkllo, Mrs. Edward P.
Binnls, Mrs. John J. Boyle, Mrs. Louis
'". Bregy, Mrs. Cecelia A. Burko, Mrs. Ellen
IJurke, Mrs. Charles Ellsler Bachman,
Miss Gertrude M. Becker, Miss A. T.
Bradley, Mrs. James B. Bonner, Mrs.
C, B. Barton, Mrs. Patrick Carroll,
Mrs. James Newman Carter, tho Misses
Cheeseman, Miss Ada Christie, Miss
Mary C. Clare, Mrs. Henry P. Clark,
Miss Catherine M. Convery, Mrs. Peter
A. Conway, Mrs. S. Costello, Mrs. Wil
liam H. Crane, Mrs. John A. Currle,
Mrs. M. C. Campbell, Mrs. Charles E.
fj Carpenter, Mrs. G. H. Catlln, Mrs. Jo.
aepn a. uavey, jurs. . u. jjo ,
) JUrs. ignauus xjununf lure, uumua iumu,
I Mrs. Gerald Doyle, MrB. William Doyle,
I Mrs. M. Doyle, Mrs. William F. Den-
ney, Mrs. K. C. Esllng. Mrs. Anthony
A. Earhart, Mrs. Walter T. Fahy,
Mrs. Margaret F. Fay, Mrs. M. J.
Fenerty, Mrs. Daniel O'Connell Flynn,
Mrs. Joseph F. Gallagher, Mrs. E. J.
Gallaghor, Miss Joanna M. B. Godfrey,
Mrs. Stella O'B. Gollbart, Miss Josephine
Goodwin, Mrs. W. C. Goudy, Mrs.
.Georgo Gowen, Mrs. William Gor-
' man, Mrs. James E. Gorman, Mrs.
M. F. Hanson, Mrs. J. J. Hagan,
IS flea "HT Tr Unplnr.,nn Tra T?rntllf
f Hardart. Miss Evelyn G. Hartley, Mrs.
K,' H, Hartmun, Mrs. Pembroke Harton,
I3 Mrs. George Hendrlch, Mrs. John II.
t, Herring, Mrs. William P.HeuIsler, Mrs.
B. J. Ulckey, Mrs. Ignatius J. Horst
aann, Miss Margaret G. Humphrys,
K, Mrs. Thomas P. Hunter, Mrs. James F.
B? TTflVA TVTro PharlAU TT! TTnllnhnn. Mr9.
W George Qulntard Horwitz, Miss Margaret
Jennings, Mrs. Frank J. Johann, Mrs.
John F. X. Jonos, Mrs. J. Percy Keat-
f ing, Mrs. Andrew J. Keating, Mrs. Peter
Keenan. Miss Elizabeth S. Kite, Miss
KM.M. Klernan, Mrs. Christopher Kelly,
Miss Lawn, Miss Helen Lawn, Mrs.
Jphn P. Lelgo, Mrs. It. W. Lesley,
Mrs. Kathrlne D. Loughlin, Mrs.
H. C. Lucas, Miss Grace S. Mc-
j Carty, Miss Cecilia McCue. Mrs. M.
F. McDonough, Mrs. William H.
McManus, Miss Mary J. McManus,, Mrs.
Tyilllam J. McShane, Mrs. Charles Mc-
Ridden, Mrs. Frank McManus, Mrs. C.
Rf J, MacElwee, Miss Irene McCloskey,
Mrs. J. Willis Martin, Mrs. William
uHartln, Mrs. Charles S. Martinez, Mrs.
u. ivco aiauson, aiiss a. l. xvieigs, mm.
Jtmes J. Mellon, Mrs. James J. Millar,
B Mrs. J. v. Mlssett, Mrs. James P. Molc-
: ucjr, iiira, nuien uooner, mo luiaaca
Montague, Mrs. Edward J. Morrell, Mrs.
John A. Morris, Miss J. deL. Monges,
Mrs. J. A. Mundy, Miss Elizabeth Mur
phy, Mrs. Katharine A. Mooney, Mrs,
Anna do Moncada, Mrs. James T. Moo
ney, Mrs. M. F. Nassau. Mrs. John S.
IKewbold. Mrs. H. P. Nelson, Mrs.
vnarles W. Naulty. Miss Margaret G.
ROIIara, Mrs. James A. O'Hara, Mrs.
wmje u, i'errot, Miss Famine u. i'iu
oer, Mrs. Robert M. Patterson, Mrs.
Jne M. Quennejl, Mrs Joseph P, Qulnn,
Miss Meta N. Randall, Mrs, Thomas
Rellly, Mrs. Elizabeth Blddla Hitter,
Mrs. Margaret A. Robb, Miss Florence
Bibley, Mrs, R. M. Btanton, Mrs. Estelle
Btecher. Miss Frances L. Sullivan. Miss
$rtaa Smith, Mrs. D, A. Somers, Mrs.
K. T, Btotesbury, Mrs, Frank T. Trainer,
Mrs. Joseph C. Trainer. Mrs. John A.
Trainer, Mrs. Sarah Troy, Mrs. Sarah
walker. Mrs. Daniel Waters. Mrs. W. D.
Watson, Miss Mary White, Mrs. August
tyierand, Mrs. B. J. White, Mrs. Will
SWT, Wheeler, Mrs. Charles T. Walsh.
Studsnts of Chestnut Hill Academy.
;mnbers of the Glea and Mandolin
Clubs, will give an interesting recital In
gymnasium this evening, which will'
! attended by families and friends of
'? the boys. An extensive and varied
itTCgram. conaistlncr nf 11 numherei. will
. given. The Glee Cub will sing "The
?l$y Tralj," "Along the Rocky Road to
ipuMin" and "The Spirit of Chestnut
fHUl,' written by Lee, of the class of
W, The MandoUn Club will give four
f!fctton3 and 1ha Tantallsant Quartet
pill b heard In "In the Gloaming" and
: fioooay at All,"
Metnbera nf fh niAA muH ininA,
leader, Mr. Archibald Ellas; first tenors,
Pr- Gaston, Mr. Jamison, Mr. Landen-
reer, Mr, Riegel and Mr. Stewart:
fxrad tenors, Mr. Dent, Mr. Henderson.
f Ludersaen. "Mr. ymri,Mi Mr. fim-
;gwskl and Mr- Wolstenholme; flrst
W$9S3. Mr. f Rnltair Mr. tSHns. Mr.
fttt Mr. R, Fariei Mr. B. Taylor and
't-m, Wowardi Jieeon4 basse Mr, W. '
Balloj', Mr. C. Clark, Mr. B. Paries, Mr.
Klngsley, Mr. Romctsch and Mr. T.
Wharton. Tho quartet consists of Mr.
Klegel, Mr. E. Taylor, Mr. It. Fades and
Mr. S. Woodward.
In tho Mandolin Club nro Mr. E. C.
Clark, Mr. Hebard, Mr. Kinsley, Mr. Me
gargee, Mr. Romctsch, mandolins; Mr.
Hatfield and Mr. Pancoast, violins; Mr.
K. M. Day, banjo; Mr. Lnndenberger,
drum; Mr. Cramp and Mr. E. S. Jamie
son, at tho piano.
A little bird telts us that as Anrll an-
proaches wo are going to hear of two
engagements In ono family, a brother
and sister, ono to s'omo one near, nnd
ono to some ono not so near. I think
tho brother's announcement will come
ns a greater surprise than sister's, ns
well, but that would bo letting the cat
out of the bag. A word to tho wise.
Don't bo surprised.
The wedding of Miss Catherine Hunter
Davis, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward
Davis, of West Horttor street, German
town, nnd Mr. Charles Freeman nqwley,
of Boston, Mass., will take place on Sat
urday nftcmoon, May 13, at 4 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Churchill Williams en
tertained informally nt dinner last night
at their homo, IBS West Coulter street,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brlnton Coxe will
glvo a theatre party, followed by nn In
formal Bupper, nt their home, 103 South
21st street, this evening In honor of their
daughter, Miss Catherine Coxe, nnd son,
Mr. Henry Ilrlnton Coxe. Jr., who are
home from school for tho holidays.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Sill Clnrk. ot Kates
Hall, Chestnut Hill, will gvo a danco this
evening for their son, Mr. Joseph Rill
Clark, Jr. The guests will incltido mem
bers of tho school Bet.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price Maule will
give a dinner of eight covers In honor of
Miss Betty Blllott, dnughter of Colonel
and Mrs. William J. Elliott, before tho
danco to he given by Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Frances Tyson, of 1506 Spruce
street, entertained Informally at luncheon
at tho Acorn Club today.
Mrs. Henry Nelll Pnul, of Chestnut Hill,
will glvo a card party at tho Bcllevue
Stratford on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Henry Bartol Brazier will give a
luncheon nnd bridge at her homo In
Wynnewood, on Wednesday.
Mr. and srrs. William B. Orme. of
Washington, announce tho engagement of
their daughter, Miss Elolsc Stuart Orme.
to Mr. Thomas Adams Iloblnson, son ot
Mrs. William T. Robinson, of Haverford.
Mr. nnd Sirs. J. Morgan Lister, who
have been on an extensive wedding trip
through the South, have returned and nro
occupying their npartment nt tho Burling
ton, 1321 Spruce street. Mrs. Lister, be
fore her marriage, was Miss Elizabeth
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Paul, of
Green Gables, Vlllanova, leturned on
Tuesday from Newport, where they were
overlooking the renovation of their villa,
which they will occupy about May 25.
Mr. Frank Thome Patterson, of 2200
St. James place, Is expected to return from
tho South next week and open his house
Sirs'. George Emlcn Starr, of Radnor,
who. has been spending a few days In Now
Yqrk, returned home' last night.
Sir. Charles Henry Strout, headmaster
of St. Luke's School, Wayne, will spend
tho holidays In New York.
Sir. nnd Mrs. C. A. Hcckscher Wetherlll,
who have been traveling In the West, nro
returning homo by motor. They aro ex
pected to arrive tomorrow.
SIlss Helen Bell, of 1314 'Locust street,
la spending the Lenten season in Havana,
MISS ESTHER YERKES
Miss Esther Yerkes, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Daniel II. Yerkes. of 90S West
Erie avenue, who has returned from the
West Chester State Normal School to visit
her parents, will ba at home to her friends
until March ti. Miss Yerkes Is one of
the most popular girls in tha school and
U a social favorite in this section,
Mrs- A. Lo Bon Taylor and Miss Con
stance B. Taylor, of 3633 North Broad
street, gave a dinner Thursday evening at
their home. Golden spring flowers and
smlla were used la. the decorations.
Their guests Included Mr. and Mrs.
H. J- Selbold, Mr I Eastwood Selbold,
MUs Mazla Henwood, JJr. and Mrs, E. A.
Deachamps. Mr. Arthur Browo and. Dr.
and Mr. A. B. Brown,
EVENING LBDGBB PHlIiADaiiPHIA, SATTJBDAY. MAROH
MNUFACTURERS' CLUB I
MUSICALE ON MONDAY
Last Series of Afternoon Af
fairs Will Be Held in Audi
torium Tho Manufacturers' Club will hold the
last of a series of muslcales on Monday
afternoon, In the auditorium of the club.
Tho assisting nrtl'-jts will Include Miss
Aline Van Barent2en, pianist; Miss Mil
dred Fnas, lyrle soprano; Mr. Daniel Ma
quarre, flullBt, and Sir. Kills Clark Ham
The concert will be followed by a re
ception to meet tho artists who have ap
peared at theso entertainments during the
winter. Tho reception committee will In
cludo Mrs. John S. Brann, chairman ; Sirs.
William E. Schmidt. Mrs. William II. Fol
well, Mrs. Carl SI. Kncnss, Sirs. Henry W.
Butterworlh, Sirs. Alexander St. De
Haven, Mrs. Charles P. Shaw. Jr., Sirs.
William II. Severn and Sirs. William H,
Along the Reading
Sirs Kugeno Stull and her daughter,
Miss Helen Stull. of Woodland avenue,
uyncotc, returned last week from n visit
of several weeks In Baltimore nnd An
napolis. Before returning to their homo
they were tho guests of Sir. and Mrs.
Borer, nt Easton, Sid., for a few days.
Stlss Stull lias had Silas Lillian Stroh
moyer, of Slontclnlr, N. J., as her guest
for several days this week. SIlss Stroh
moyer, accompanied by SIlss Stull, will
be tho guests of Stlss Florence Kefter, at
her homo In Overbrook, over the week
end Sirs. John Kagleston. of the Jenkln
town Chornl Society, has Issued Invita
tions for a recentlnn nnd tea In lumnr nt
tho associate members of tho choral on
the afternoon of Thursday, Starch 30.
Tho additional guests will bo Sirs, Thomas
K. Ober. Sirs. W. J. Wclhcnmayer, Sirs,
Louis Bremer. Jr.. Sirs. W. .T. llnlmM.
Sirs. A. J. Slontgomery, Sirs, Hornco Wun
dcrle, Sirs. John Comly. Sirs, J. 8. Harder,
Sirs. C. D. Harvey, Sirs. John S. Gayley
and Sirs. L. R. Dutton.
Sirs. Herhert E. Hosback, of 4515 Old
York road, Logan. Is entertaining nt
bridge and buffet luncheon this nfternoon.
Among her guests are Mrs. Joseph Hass.
karl, Sirs. W. E. Slerker, Sirs, John SIc
Cusker, Sirs. A. Slannlng, Sirs. John
Hcardon, Sirs. Herbert Hunsbcrgcr and
Sirs. Henry P. Rledel, Jr.
Sirs. Albert Gee, of G322 North Camnc
street; Sirs. C. Howard Anthony, of G300
North 11th street. nmhMrs. E. Neuhatiser,
of Cholton avenue nnd 11th street, have
returned from New York, where they
spent tho past week. They were ex
tensively entcrtnlned during their visit.
Sirs, Solomon Kahn and SIIbs Hortense
Kahu, of the Brantwood. and Sir. Alexnn.
der D. Ilelnhelmer, whoso engagement to
SIlss Kahn has recently been nnnounced,
will bo at home nt tho Brantwood Annex,
4142 Pnrksldo uvonuc, from 3 until 0
Sir. nnd Sirs. John L. Corcoran, of 1241
North G7th street, loft yesterday for Vcnt
nor, to bo the week-end guests of Sirs.
Corcoran's sister. Sirs. Charles Elsele.
Sir. and Sirs. N. Slyers, of 1923 North
32d street, announce thO betrothal of their
daughter. SIlss Jean L. Slyers. to Sir.
Edward Llcberman, of Atlantic City.
Sirs. J. B. Folgel. of 2403 North Broad
street, gave a St. Patrick's luncheon and
bridge last week.
Mrs. Flora Ellas, of Chicago, Is visit
ing at tho home of Sirs. Joseph Ellas,
322S llldgo nvenuo.
Sir. Louis E. Levy, of 1424 North 15th
street, Is spending some time at Havana
and other Southern resorts.
Sir. and Mrs. Benjamin Hersh, of 1828
North 28th street, nro receiving congrat
ulations on tho birth of a daughter, Ro
salln Slay Hersh, on Slarch 9.
Sirs. J. Benton SlcCandless, of 2045
East Columbia avenue, will entertain
tho members of her sewing circle on Slon
day. Those present will bo SIlss Bernlco
Crusen. SIlss Slarlon Harris, SIlss Slaud
Bell, SIlss Edith Conover, SIlss Irene Har
ris, SIlss Anna Jones and Sirs. John
SIlss Alice Smith, of 525 Berks street. Is
visiting relatives nnd friends in Pitts
burgh for several weeks,
SIlss Gertrude McAleer. of 2227 East
Huntingdon street, will spend the week
end at Atlantic City.
Camden and Vicinity
Miss Genevieve Hildreth, of 428 North
7th street, was given a linen shower In
honor of her engagement to Sir. Richard
Murphy, on Wednesday evening.
The engagement of Miss Emma L.
Lowden, of 28th street, to Mr, William H.
Orr has been announced.
A freedom party was given for SIlss
Gertrude Bauck by her parents, Sir. and
Sirs. Jacob Bauck, at their home, 1919
River avenue, on Wednesday night.
Mr. William Morgenweck, of 17 Broad
way, is spending a short time in New
Mrs. Moro P. Landls, of Pulaski. Va
ts spending several weeks with relatives
Mrs. Frederick Schwartz, of 7th avenue
and Cooper street, U visiting friends
Mrs. William Kelly is entertaining Mm
W, Pettlt, of New York.
Mr. H. Falrman Warner, of Detroit,
Sllch., Is visiting relatives here for a few
Sirs. J, N. Waddell is spending a week
aDover, DeL, where Doctor Waddell was
previously pastor. She Is the guest ot
Miss 'Kate Richardson, on King's High
way, in one of the beautiful homes of that
What's Doing Tonight
Flower Show. Convention Hall, Broad street
Dd Allegheny sveaue.
Philadelphia Cotton Yarn Slemea's dinner.
Hotel Adelpnla; 1 o'clock.
lihke, Blbbles' dinner-dance. Hotel AdelBhU:
Five e'Clock Club, Bellevue-Stratfords 7
Philadelphia Orchestra concert. Academy of
Muetoj 8:18 o'clock.
Automobile Trades' Association dinner, Bel-levue-Strattord
Children's festival concert. Baptist Temple.
Recital, Olee aud Mandolin Club. Cneatnut
Katlees for the Society
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MISS ELIZABETH DU TUY SCOTT
Miss Scott, who is the attractive debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Hutchinson Scott, has been spending several days in New York,
sitting for n portrait, which i3 being done by Mr. Hamilton King.
Along the Main Line
OVERBItOOK Sirs. Cyrus Borgncr. f
6411 Overbrook avenue, will glvo a chil
dren's party this afternoon at tho Over
brook Golt Club In honor of her grand
daughter, Stlss Slarlo Louise Adams. Thero
will bo nbnut 75 guests present.
SIlss Gertrude Uamford, ot Boston, Is
tho guest of Sirs. Jefferson D. Watklns nt
her home, C027 Drexel road.
BUYN SLVWR Sir. nnd Sirs. Francis
King Wnlnwrlght will return from tho
South on Slondny.
VII.LANOVA Sirs. Henry Laussat Gey
clln, of Hnrdwlckc. Vlllanova, will leave
on Slondny to visit her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Sirs. William B.
Churchman, of Slorrlstown, N. J.
WAYNE SIlss Dorothy Painter, a stu
dent at St. Slary's School, Burlington, N.
J., Is spending tho holidays with her
parents. Sir. and Sirs. Howard T. Painter,
Sir. nnd Sirs. Charles O'Donnell Lee, Jr.,
of Rookland, Wayne, havo returned from
a visit to Washington, D. C.
Sirs. C. W. Truxal, of 103 Walnut ave
nue, has left for Lancaster, where sho
will visit her mother. Sirs. A. S. Tatnnll,
for two weeks.
DEVON Dr. and Sirs. Charles Bing
ham Penrose. SIlss Sarah H. B. Penrose
nnd Mr. Boles Penrose, Jr.. will open
their home In Devon next Friday.
Sir. nnd Sirs. William T. Hunter, their
debutante dnughter, SIlss Irene A. Hunt
er, and sons, Sir. William T. Hunter, Jr.,
and Sir. Edmund A. S. Hunter, of The
Gables, Devon, left yesterday for New
York, where they will visit Sirs. Hunter's
sister, Sirs. G. A. Gorman, of 22G Madi
son avenue, for two weeks.
That the women of Germantown are
doing valiant work on Tuesday mornings
at tho Germantown Cricket Club In con
nection with the French emergency work
is proved by tho facts which Sirs. William
Price Newhall has In hand. She says that
30,000 garments have been sent to the
Held hospitals In France and that 35,000
more aro ready to bo sent. Among the
members are Sirs. William K. Beard. Sirs
Lawrence Slellor, Sirs. George A. Brooke.
Sirs. O. J. de Rousse, Sirs. Etlwnru Rey
nolds, Sirs. C. B. Grace. Sirs. Carl Wil
liams, SIlss Alice Hawkins, Sirs. William
B. Kurtz and others.
SIlss Slargaret Blckley. daughter of
Sir. and Sirs. J. Walter Blckley, will give
a dance on Friday, April 14, at the Uer
mantown Cricket Club.
Sirs. David Young, of 25 West rhll
Ellona street, will have Sirs. B. F. Har
land, of Baltimore, as her guest next week.
Sir. and Sirs. Eugene Raymond, Jr., ot
718 Lincoln drive, are being congratulated
on the birth of a son, Eugene Ray
Sermon to Children at St. Peter's
The Rev. Harry D. Vltes addressed the
children of the parish today at tho noon
day Lenten services In St. Peter's Church,
3d and Pine streets.
TODAY'S MARRIAGE LICENSES
Charles J. Carter. 1A41 Stiles St., and Resale
X Hurney. Torreadale. Pa.
Ernesto Porllna, 41)21 Lancaster ave,. and Ne
vtna Dl gante. 41)80 milt St.
aeorse A. HosicenMne, Oil IS. Clearfield it.,
and Jennie Williams. 2S1B Cedar et.
John V. Conner, 2214 Pltiwuter St.. und Cath
erine It. Faulkner, 200.1 1'emberton at.
Vlnvenxo Prletlane, 710 Federal St., and Ll-
borla S. I'alurabo. 1527 Dickinson at
Walter 8. Ansnew, Br.. 6340 C5ray" ave and
LlzllJ MeSnane. 1030 Durlbr et. , .
Coano Fantoil, B43 Montrose al and Slay
bantauata. 748 8. Uth at,
Chester A. Cook. 1521 Edxewood St., and Alice
V. I.antl. Ititn and Arcu sis,
ter CarrlWnV 4318 N'litu St., and Mary
Stump "A N. ISth st. " Y I
iaene HchneWer. 1710 B. Allegheny ave., and i
Rntrenj, HehnalAer. 1T1U H. AUeuheny I
Alfredo Sennt. 822 Christian St., and Jennts
Squarcla, Camden, N. J.
John B. Doyle. 2110 S. 83th St., and Gertrude
Costello. Colllngdale. Pa. .. ...
Henry A. Hunter. 3323 N. S2J St., and Itoslna
M. Msssett. 8328 N. 22d St.
James L. Hewett. Plttston. Pa., and Isabella
Hughes, 4513 Wallace st.
Frederick C. Welter, S432 Lawrence St., and
Amelia L. Maegele, 8013 N. Marvtne st.
Howard T. Kvans. Detroit, Mich., and Emu
V. liolton. Johnstown. Pa.
Arthur C. Prttchard. 748 S. 6th St., and Vero
na wnite. ai.o c-nnoru si.
Jacob Stobel. Jr., 2222 K. Lehigh uvo., and
Anna U. Schroder. 2428 E. Adams st.
Kev. Lewis D. Oottschall. Mount Hltly. N.
J., and Mary A. Parsels, 6740 Walnut at.
Isaaa Pomerants, 830 N. Slh at., and Bertha
Brook, 015 N. Franklin, st,
MUton U. Eshleman. SaOS W. Mahon ave., and
Anna M. Heaay. New. Providence, Pa.
Max Vegelsteln. B02S Locust at., and Hilda
Goldstein, 0023 Locust at. ,
Jacob Flnck. 8013 Lions ave.. and Gertrude
Oetla. boia Lyons ate.
ua, Hie, f
418 Perth St. and Minnie
WolovlU. 4l H. Perth at.
.cob Aosenfeld. 1315 N. 27th St., and Annie
K,.lnh,rv. TtS tftrnnklln st '
Jacob Aosenfeld. 1315 N. 27th St.
WIlIUci U. lllttlnr, Norrtstown. pa.j and
Louisa 11. Stantter, Sklnpack. P. ,
Nicola Yarrentl. 1104 8. Alder at., and FlrttU
Dt Paola. 113t Dickinson st.
Nichols Qlanptetro, 043 Washuuton ave.. and
Koee raequareua, wo vsrveuivr si.
rltchalt. Jr.. Allendale. N. T.. and
Mary D. Goodwin. 5330 Boynton. ft.
Nlcltolaun Rlntye, 8243 Cedar at.
Joseph Marrongelll. 1223 Gerrilt at . and Agnes
Falcone. XSll Klmcall at
Antony J Benlsfln, 2228 E. Clearfield at
JutX. Jennie F. HeUler. 3028 N HamburEer.
Grant Usntlns, 1&2I liojaiio st. and Cora.
JeSS, 79 8, HO at,
Sllss Lydla SrncLaren, daughter of Dr.
and Sirs. William S. SlaeLaren, and Sir.
Warren Hastings, of Elizabeth, N. J.,
will bo married at 0:30 o'clock tonight,
nt the home of the bride's patents, 35
Boudlnot street, Princeton, N. J.
The ceremony will bo performed by the
Itev. Dr. Alfred Baker, lector cmerltuq
of Trlnltv Church. Princeton. The brldo
will be attended by two llowcr girls, llttlo
SIlss Elizabeth Green SIncLaren and SIlss
Lllznbeth Leo StcCIenahan, and two rib
bon boys, sraster Donald Boss StacLaren
nnd Slastor Lewis Baker Cuyler. Sir.
Alden D. Croft, of Elizabeth, N. J., a
clnssmnto ol Sir. Hnstlngs at Princeton
University, will act ns best man.
Tho ceremony will bo performed in the
drawing room of tho SIncLaren home. Tho
brldo. who will bo given In mnrrlngo by
her father, will wear a gown of ivory
wnite crepe meteor, short nnd very full,
with no trnln. Tho bodice Is of tulle nnd
lace, and a full tulle veil caught with
orange blossoms forms tho only train.
She will carry a shower bouquet ot whlto
sweot peas and lilies ot the valley.
Tho llttlo flower girls will wear dainty
frocks of whlto organdie, with bluo sasheB
and hair ribbons, nnd will carry old
fashioned nosegays ot forget-me-nots and
SIlss StacLaren Is tho granddaughter of
Dr. Donald sracLaren, of Now York, U.
S. Navy, retired, nnd a great-granddaughter
of Dr. Ashbcl Green, president of
Princeton University from 1812 to 1822.
Sir. Hastings Is tho son ot Sir. William
II. Hastings, of Elizabeth, and is a grad
uato of Princeton University, class ot
1913. Sir. and Sirs. Hastings will live In
The mnrrlago of Sliss Henrietta Berg
man, daughter of Sir. nnd Sirs. Abraham
Bergman, of 508 North 5th street, to Sir.
Abraham H. Kahn, of 3030 Diamond
street, will take placo tomorrow ovenlng
nt tho home of the bride's parents. The
ceremony will bo performed at 6 o'clock
by the Rev. B. L. Lovlnthal, and will bo
followed by a reception. Sir. Bergman
will give his daughter in marriage. She
will wear a gown of whlto satin, draped
with tulle. Her veil Is an heirloom of
uAijuiauu point iacc. urchlds and lilies
of the valley will be carried. SIlss Reba
Kahn, the bridegroom's sister, who will
bo maid of honor, will wear a frock ot
whlto satin and tulle and will carry pink
h-Mri Eu .Lltten, wU ho best mnn- Tim
. ; ,.' ' " '" BU'" unuer a canopy
of white roses, and similar flowers will
be used In tho decorations. Sir. Kahn
and h 3 bride will return from their wed"
ding Journey on Slay 1, and will be at
home at 6548 Sansom street.
Mrs. Anna Hussell. of 1271 South 24th
stree announced the engagement of her
daughter. Miss Jeannette Russell, to Mr
Charles Jt. Brown, of Lansdowne. at a
day"!,?"'5' WhlC" Wa3 BlVe" on Tuea'
ailss Helen Hancock. Miss VirKinta
Weaver. Miss Lillian Glsh and Miss Su
sanne Smith will bpeml this week-end at
Atlantic City as the guests of Mr and
Mrs Frederick Clarke Smith, who are
spending the month of March at the
Friends of Mrs. Walter P. Clark, of
Bridge street, will be glad to learn that
she is recovering from her recent Illness.
Mrs, Clark expects to leave In three weeks
for the Delaware Water Gap. vhere she
will remain for nn Indefinite time.
, "T ",r uaiiBgner, or seas Rhawr
f'reet, will spend this week-end at At
lantlc City as tho guest of Miss Marie
Bliss Eleanor Gallagher, of 2606 Rhawn
E. Wood at her home on Pennsylvania
Mr, and Mrs, IIorac D, Dunlap, of
Penn street, are entertaining; Mrs. Dun
lap's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Oeorpe p.
jiuroii, ui iewurK.- , j. j.ney will re
main until .after Easter, when they will
Join Sir, and Mrs. George Douglass at
their homo in Virginia.
LENTEN SPEAKER TELLS HOW
TO END INDUSTRIAL STRIFE
Urges Obedience to Commandment,
"Thou Shalt Not Steal"
There would be no strife between capi
tal and labor todays If the commandment.
Thou ehalt not steal," were thoroughly
Jived up to, was the opinion of the Rev.
Arthur T. Mlchler. pastor of tha Lutheran
Church of the Incarnation, at the noon
day Lenten services at Old St John's
Lutheran Church, Race street below 6tn.
"Labor would not be dissatisfied ami
would do better work," be said, "because
of a feeling of absolute Justice and talc
play, put the fact that conditions are
not ideal does not excuse either capital or
labor from dealing1 honestly with one an,-other"
JEWISH PILGRIM FATHERS' DAY
TO BE SPLENDIDLY CELEBRATED'
Committee of the Sisterhood of Congregation Keneseth
Israel Hard at Work Preparing for Mammoth
Presentation of a Pageant at Academy of Music
ACOSISUTTI3B of the Sisterhood of
Congregation Kcneseth Israel, Broad
street above Columbia avenue, with Sirs.
Joseph Krnuskopf as chairman, has been
at work for somo tlmo preparing this
year's celebration ot Jewish Pilgrim Fath
ers' Day, a celebration that originated in
Philadelphia nt tho tlmo when the local
Jewish community commemorated tho
250th anniversary of the landing of tho
Jews In New Amsterdam.
The Kcneseth Israel Sisterhood pur
poses to celebrato the event this year
on a scale more elaborate than any over
attempted, with nn historical pageant deal
ing with the part that the Jews played
in tho discovery ot America.
Jlabbl Isaac Landmntt has written a
scenario, entitled "The Jews and the Dis
covery of America," which Is to be enacted
In 14 scenes and by moro than 300 per
sons. Tho story ilenls with tho golden era
of tho Jews In Spain, and will lllustrato
the part that Jewish scientists of Spain
nnd Portugal took In the geographical and
astronomical deductions of Christopher
ColumbU3. Columbus' efforts with Fer
dinand nnd Isabella and tho part the
Jews played In equipping Columbus' cara
vels nnd In tho nctunl discovery ot tho
new continent will bo shown In somo of
the scenes. The SInranos, tho expulsion
and the flight of the Jews from Spain, and
tho landing of the St. Catnrlna In tho har
bor of New Amsterdam In 1655 will be
some of tho climaxes of tho pageant.
Frank Buchanan, who staged Tho SInstiuo
of 1!)16, has been engaged to produce the
pageant, which Is to be given nt one ot the
Sirs. Joseph N. Snellenburg. sirs, i.uwin
Olmbel Pinnenbaum and Sirs. Stanley
Goldsmith have chargo ot the selection
of tho cast; Sirs. Alfred Helncberg, SIlss
Helen Abrnm nnd SIlss Florence Bern
stein, of the costuming; Sirs Walter
Dalslmer, Sirs. SI. Llebermnn, Sirs. Adolph
'Loch, Sirs. Joseph A. Louchhelm nnd Sirs.
Horace Stem, of tho special music; Sirs.
A. J. Bamberger, Mrs, It. Blsslngcr and
Sirs E. Dannenbaum, of the Illustrations ;
Sirs. A. Dnnncnbaum nml Sirs William
A. Stern, of tho stago properties
Tho General Committee, of tho Kcneseth
Israel Sisterhood, that has the pngeant
In chargo Is composed of the following
Sirs. Sidney Allman, Sirs. A. J. Bam
berger. Sirs. Harry Blsslngcr, Sirs.
Gabriel Blum. Sirs. Walter Dalslmer.
Sirs. Alexander Dannenbaum. SIis. Edwin
Glmbel Dannenbaum, Miss Helen Flelsher,
Sirs. Stanley Goldsmith. Sirs. Slax Grcen
baum, president of tho sisterhood, ex
olllclo; Sirs. Alfred Helneberg, Sirs. Sloses
Llcberman, Sirs. Adolph Loch, Sirs. Jo
seph A. Louchhelm, Sirs. Silverman, Sirs.
Joseph N. Snellenburg, Sirs. Horace Stern,
Sirs. William A. Stern nnd Sirs. Joseph
AN INTKRBSTING social event will take
Zxplace Slonday evening In SIcrcantllo
Hall, when the Balbazoo Club, an crganlza
tlon connected with tho Young Slen's He
brew Association, will give its 15th per
formance. Tho nttractlon will bo a musical
comedy, "Princess Ping-Pong." Tho music
Is by Wlllard Goldsmith and the libretto
by Leo Pape, who was recently awarded
tho Drama League prize for tho best chil
dren's play. Both male and female parts
will be taken by members of tho Young
Slen's Hebrew Association.
Slayor Smith nnd the members of his
Cabinet, with their wives, nre expected to
attend. Sirs. Joseph N. Snellenburg Is
chairman of the Committee of Patronesses,
among whom aro Mrs. Simon Abrahams,
Sirs. Justin B. Allman, Sirs. Sidney K.
Allman, Sirs, Albert II. Arnold. Sirs. Jos
eph SI. Asher, Sirs. Sidney S. Asher, Sirs.
Albert J. Bamberger, Sirs. Arthur J. Bam
berger, Sirs. Adolph Berg, Sirs. Slax Berg,
Sirs, Edwin SI. Dannenbaum, Sirs. Slaurlce
T. Flelsher, Sirs. Pcnroso Flelsher. Sirs.
Charles Edwin Fox, Sirs. Felix N. Ger
son. Sirs. Louis Gerstley, Mrs. William
Gerstley, Sirs. Benedict Glmbel, Sirs.
Charles Glmbel, Sirs. Samuel J. Glttelson.
Sirs, I. H. Goodman. Sirs. Stilton Ilerold,
Sirs. Harry B. HIrsh, Sirs. Slorton B.
Hlrsh, Sirs, Isaac KaUenberg, Sirs. Oscar
Kind, Sirs. Philip Kind, Sirs. David
Klrschbaum, Sirs. Jacob Loeb Langsdorf,
Sirs. Samuel D. Lit, Sirs. Samuel K.
Louchhelm, Sirs. Clarence L. Slarks, Sirs.
Stanley V. Slastbaum, Sirs. Slorrls Rosen
baum. Sirs. Albert Rosenthal, Sirs. Jerome
J. Rothschild, Sirs. Jay F. Schamberg, Sirs.
I. II. Silverman. Sirs. John Slnberg. Sirs.
Jacob Singer, Mrs. Raymond Slottor, Sirs.
Nathan Snellenburg, Sirs. Abraham Snel
lenburg. Sirs. Harry II. Snellenburg, Sirs.
Solomon Soils-Cohen, Sirs. Horace Stern,
Sirs. Walter M. Steppacher, Sirs. William
LEAD MEN TO CRIME
Evangelist Nicholson Denounces
Dancing Also as Menace
Women's modern fashions cause young
men to commit many crimes which they
would never otherwise commit. In the
opinion of the Rev. William V. Nicholson,
the Irish evangelist. In the Darby taber
naclo today ho asalled "Popular Amuse
ments." Tomorrow Darby and neighbor
ing Delaware County towns will hear the
evangelist preach, and his partner, J. It
Hemmlnger, sing, for the last time In this
The preacher struck at bad friends, and
declared that no Christian should marry
a non-Christian. He said he would never
perform a marriage ceremony for such a
couple. Ministers who officiate at such
weddings he classed as "accessories to
"Men must shut their eyes very often
these flnys If they would keep their souls
clean," ho shouted, ".Every vice nas us
root in vision Young men commit many,
rnany crimes which they would not other
wise commit, because of what they see,
Tho fashions of today tend toward the
suggestion of sensuality."
"What friendships shal we make as
Christians?" he then asked. "Be not
unequally yoked together with unbeliev
ers. Young woman, you are engaged
to a young man and marry him In un
belief, the cursa of God will be upon you.
Ah, there aro In this audience men und
women who have shed scalding tears over
the yoke that binds them to unbelief I A
Christian man has no right to enter a
partnership with an unchristian man, and
If he does he will And himself involved
In tricks that win- DUgnt ma Christian
Dancing, card playing and the theatre
were all assailed as "instruments of the
devil." "You cannot ruu a. clean theatre,
and make it pay." he declared. Speaking
on dancing, Mr, Nicholson said:
'The hardest persons to bring to Christ
are the dancing boy and girt There la
no delight in the dance except in the
mingling of the sexes. I do not say that
every girl who dancea has evil thoughts,
but, la the name of God, I beg you to
think of the other person. The fact that
you ask. Is It wrong I indicates doubt with,
you. and whatsoever Is not ot faith Is
New Home for Blind Women
A new building will displace the struc
ture that now houses the, Pennsylvania
Home for Blind Women at J8J7 Powel-
ton avenue. At a meeting today of the
board of managers it was decided to start
a campaign to procurg funds. About $.
0Q9 wilt be needod. It wa announced, that
Helen Keller will lecture herei in May,
II. Teller, Sirs. Jacob Well and Mrs. Albert
The Rho Delta Jfsppa Fraternity wilt
give a novel dinner danco to the mera
bers and their guests this evening Irt th
Green Room of the Hotel Adelphlft. The
room Is being specially decorated for the
occasion with the colors of the fraternity.
Covers will be laid for 38 guests, amort
whom nre Sir. Walter Z, Adamson, Mr.
William 13. Amsler, Sir. James Ball, Mr,
R. Edgar Benson, Jr.; Mr. Harry W
Buchanan, Mr. Russell A. Delly, Mr. Clar
ence E. Hastings, Sir. Clarence A, Hut
ton, Sir. C. August Ixjtsch, Sir. E. Har
vey Llpplncott, Mr. Charles II, Miller,
Sir. W. Kendall K. Sillier, Mr. Frank D.
SIcAlllster. Sir. J. Barle Schrufer, Sir.
II Stuart Stomler, Mr. Corwln B. Tay- ,
lor, Sir. Gilbert St, Van Hoesen, Mr. Harry
II. Wnrthen, SIlss Annie K, Holden, Mira
Ethel SI. Galbralth, SIlss Elvla H. Spnu
ance, SIlss Helen II, Sllfer, Sliss Ethel
SI. Horner, Miss Kathryn S. Haines,
SIlss Emily G. Haydock, Miss Anno, F.
Adamson, SIlss Sllrlntn E. Bohem, SHsa
Jayne T. Grove, SIlss Elizabeth Sender
ling, SIls Bertha K. Shortland, Miss
Edna L. Frlck, SIlss Jeanne G. Kelley.,
SIlss Annn St. English, Miss Elslo A.
Butz, SIlss Alberta F, DcLong and Mlsa
Helen G. Haydock,
MBS. IIAItltY WILLOUOHBY TAT
LOU gave a delightful luncheon at
her home, Bonnlo Brae Farm, yesterday
afternoon In honor of her sisters, Mrs.
Frederick Hodgklns nice. Sirs. Robert
Slorrls Carson and Sirs. Louis B. West
brook, of East Orange. Forty guests were
In attendance and tho house was beautiful
ly decorated, variegated lights twinkling
among thb foliage, the entire scene pre
senting nn nspect indicative of the spring
season. Sirs. Taylor nnd her sisters -are
the dnughters of Sir. nnd Sirs. William
SIcCall Clark, of PMIadelphla.
SIis9 Hthol Stephenson gave i surprise
birthday party to her brother last evening
nt their home, 1449 Cayugn street. Cor
poral Wilson Stephenson, her brother, ox-'
pects to go to Slexlco, nnd those who were
present are Lieutenant F. West, Captain
T. Slyers, Sergeant W. Boyle, Corporal
H. SIcCrackcn, Surgeon R. Smith, Sir.
George Dellter, Sir. Robert Irwin, Sir. Will
lam nalston, Sir. John Doherty, Sir. Rus
sell Erics, Sir. Jnmcs McPet, Sir. J.
Charles Docp and Sir, Charles Daly. Cor
poral Stephenson Is connected with U. B.
C, Troop a.
A delightful birthday party was -;lven
to SIlss Esther Cutler by hor parents,
Sir. and Sirs. F. Cutler, of 522 Emily
street, Inst Saturday evening. Those
present were SIlss Ethel Waller,
SIlss Bessie Herman, SIlss BfcBSlo
Cutler, SIlss Anna Wolf, Miss Anna
Goodkovsky, SIlss Pauline Goodkov
sky. SIlss Bessie Welngrad, SIlss Slary
Wclngrad, SIlss Florence Diamond, Miss
Bessie Diamond, SIlss Lena Diamond, SIlss
Fannie Shustack. SIlss Clara Elceman,
SIlss Goldberg, Sir. Ahram Cutler, Mr,
Ben Cutler. Sir. Sam Cutler, Sir. Joseph
Herman, Sir. Samuel Wolf, Sir. Piatt and
SIlss Rose Frank, 1441 North Franklin
street, entertained at her home an Sun
day. Among the guests were SIlss S.
Goald, SIlss Ej Levy, SIlss E. Mendel
sohn, SIlss E. Gnssel. Sliss R. Linden
baum, Sliss SI. Ryncs, Sliss Y, Frank, Miss
It. Frank. Sir. L. Levitt. Sir. N. Winkler,
Sir. I. Goald, Sir. D, Karman. Mr. SI.
Gorln, Sir. SI. Frank, Sir, S. Berman. Sir.
H. Cooperman, Sir. D, Frank and Sir. J.
A surprise party was given Tuesday
evening by Sir. and Mrs. Hickman In
honor of their daughter, SIlss Gladys
Hickman. Tho guests present were
SIlss Jean Cody, -Miss Bertha Solovlti,
SIlss Ednn McSIuIlen, SIlss Ethel Conner.
SIlss SInrgarlte Hickman, SIlss Slaud
Whalen, Sliss Gladys Hickman, Stlss Irene
Slttleman, Sliss ' Ethel Goodwin, Mr.
Charles Little, Mr. Harold Fraltor, Mr.
Georgo Lister, Sir. George Hofman, Sir,
Frank Goodwin, Sir. Elwood Ashenfelter,
Sir. Charles Cunnls, Mr. nnd Sirs. Smith
and Sir. and Sirs, Rossler, ,
The auxiliary of the Jewish Sheltering
Home will glvo an Informal dance at
ABhor's on next Wednesday evening at
Sirs. James E. Shaver. Jr., entertained
the members of tho P. W. B. Social Kiub
nt tea on Tuesday afternoon. The mem
bers Include Sirs. F. Gautzch, Mrs. D
Parker Gravatt, Miss Anna Lelthcad,
Sirs. Frank E. Lo Nolr, Jr., Mrs. L. Parker
Stiller. Sirs. A. Knight Faxon, Sirs. Georgo
W. Smith and Sirs. Arthur Umholtz.
"DON'T BE A DOUBTER,"
Evangelist Says Christianity
Can Be Acquired a Step at
a Time Only
NOniUSTOWN, Pa., March 15. "Don't
sit like a ninny and expect God to throw
you Into heaven; don't bo a pessimist, nor
a fatalist, nor a doubter; God can save
you If you will be saved. With you Jt I,
case of election; Just as soon as you elect
to serve God He will receive you, and It
doesn't matter how far away from Him
you are," Dr. Blederwolf lashed his audi
ence last night at the tabernacle In his ser
mon on "Blind Bartlmeaa."
"Christianity means progress of only
one step at a time, and God will be on the
Job all the time to keep you from stubbing
your toe," said Blederwolf, "and If you
fall down once In a while it la no reason
why you should stay down. Get repaired.
Mend yourself, and get busy again. If
Bartlmeaa had hesitated to come to Jesus
because he was blind, ha wouldn't hart
been saved yet, He came to Jesua In spite
of his defects, and Jesus not only cured
him but saved him, too,"
The Sunday school parade, scheduled
for this afternoon, has been called oh", os
tensibly because of weather conditions. It
had already been put oft from a previous
The family of Alexander Houseal was
awarded tha prize for tha largest family
In the audience last night. The family
consists of father, mother and IS chil
dren, Dr. Blederwolf said this was the
largest family he has Been in & taber
nacle In all his evangelistic work.
"Heaven" will be Dr. Blederwolf a them
tonight and tomorrow, the closing day of
the campaign; he will ureach three ser
mons, in the morning, afternoon and even-.
'' ? -iuii in
HOSPITAL FUND Jsa.aeO.W
Workers Renew Efforts in Homeo
The total of contributions In the cam
palgn for J150.QOO to malte ft modwn
homeopathic hospital out of former Mayor
Key bum's residence, 16 th and Spring Gar
den streets, is 119,360.75 today.
Renewed efforts will ba made; by tb
workers today to reach the needed lott
before the campaign ends in a. few dm
The usual noon lunchcoa will b huld at
tho hea.dqua.Uera on tha AdelphJ TvW
and epeakera will dleousa the bjet of
the campaign and the results axpMtiwf
from the wtabUsftuMat ft he Jwawtttk
Yesterday" contrttsttUojw wr f S,If.