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Nancy Wynne Tells of the Norris Dance Tonight She
Talks of the Second Performance of "The Talk of
the Town" And Gees te the Warriner Tea
MARX LLOYD NOltlllS is te be
Introduced this evening nt a dance
te be given by her father, Mr. Inane
Norris, of Bryn Mnwr. The dnncc will
be given at the Bcllcvuo-Strntfenl, and
it will be preceded by n dinner for the
receiving party, for Mr. Norris lias
asked some of the debutantes te receive
with his dnughter ns if it wcre n tea.
And it seems te me rather n nice idcu.
The girls like it, I knew, for I heard
ccvcral of them all tnlking together the
ether day and saying hew dnndy it
Mr. Norris will give the dinner before
the dance nt the Iiellcvuc- Stratford
also. And the debutantes who will re
ceive with Mary are Anne Ashton, .Tnnc
Cexc. Henrietta Wilsen, Virginia Car
ter, Jane Hepburn, Anita Strawbrldge,
Elizabeth Garrison nnd Annnbclla
Weed. Reger Tewnsrncl. Dwisht Gar
rison, Geerge Armlstcad, Mas von
Kclinucnsce, Wnltcr Freeman, Geerge
Robins and Jehn Vnn l'elt will be
guests at the dinner, tee.
The Wilbur Padderk Klnpps will give
a theatre party nnd supper for Helen
Fewcll before the Norris dance, and
the Henry Mlchells will entertain for
WELL, I suppose you went last night
te the "Tnlk of the Town" and
reared wilh laughter when llttle Jimmy
Ramsey died, nnd they placed a sheet
or n holster case or what ever that
heavy thing was that West 'Frnzlcr put
ever his head, while Peggy Thayer fell
against the wall weeping, n changed
person, never wishing te seek hnppincsu
again, and Charlette tfrazicr, looking
n bewitching nurse, pulled said sheet
tip ever Jimmy ngnln ! Such a frivo
lous audience I never heard, laughing
at such sad happenings. And Jack
Tettcr's speech, did you ever see such
gesticulations? And peer little Pelly
Thayer, the awful vamp; she only get
a kiss or two and never interfered with
any ene else. It's fierce te be called
vamp, and then net te be nble te be
have like one, isn't it?
But every ene certainly had a. geed
laugh. There's one thing te be cald
about the performance, with the excep
tions of a few of the choruses, members
of which get mixed new nnd again In
their dancing, the whole thing was cer
tainly wonderfully staged. It wns quite
equal te any professional show. In
deed, net in nny professional show have
I seen sirens mere Hirenlcnlly portrayed.
That was seme portrayal !
The Wntteau shepherdess costumes,
the Floradora sextet, Mr. Muschamp's
Impersonation of Mendelssohn nnd his
playing of the Spring Seng; Pelly
Thayer s violin sole nnu .Mrs. wiie
len's singing of Butterfly were nil very
geed. And the dunse rcccntrlqiie of
Mr. Silverman and Mr. Sester was re
markablc, I thought. As I said befere
it was altogether some performance.
I WENT te the Warriucr tea yester
day afternoon nnd arrived just at
the most crowded time. Isn't it funnv
what creatures of habit we are? We nil
cheese the middle of the mne set en
the invitations and we nil nrrlvc at
once, nnd the middle hour of the tea
is jammed with guests, while the early
heurB nnd the late ones sec scarcely
any ene there. Elel&e looked very sweet
In a dainty frock of white net embroid
ered in iridescent beads nnd trimmed
with tulle. Fashioned en rather straight
lines and out low nt the neck, it was
held en the shoulders with iridescent
head bands, nud she were no sleeves.
T7IATHER had net always been very
careful of his expression before
baby daughter, but though he had heard
her repent one or two words that were
net calculated te be accepted ns the
height of refinement, he was utterly
unprepared for this the ether day.
Daughter, whom we will call Elsie, was
seut te school for the first time. She
Is four years old. and mother thought
It well te have her occupied for an hour
every morning, be she sent her te kin
dergarten. That day just before lunch
eon father drenped in, bringing with
him the Rev. Mr. K . the fnmilv's
clergyman. When they were nil Feated
nt table, father said: "Well. Elsie,
tell us what you thought of school. "
And te his horror Elsie looked into his
face nnd. with an nngellc smile, rep'h'd :
"I fink It's a h of a school, daddy."
Receiving at the tea which Mr. and
Mrs. Horatio Curtis Weed, of 1C1 Scheel
lune, Uermanteivn. will glve tomorrow
at the Acorn Club, te formally present
ie secictv ineir auuKniiT. .miss juinu-
li, -.,. mi u. -rfu T t-M....J
bella n. Weed, will be: .Miss .Tnne Shawd
lltpburn, Miss Anna Ashton Miss Mary
3ntr Sf lart Tnail
r. uartew. m hs Mjciney u m e. .mis
I.ysbcth Ueyc, Mlis Virginia 13. Carter,
Miss Anne Goodell, Miss Elenner Gum
mey, MIbs Marianne 1!" Harris, Miss
Mary I Ilebard. Miss MarKiirrtta L.
Harrison. Mlsa Lucrctla 8. Hccltschcr,
2U. Miss Mary II Ifewluml. Miss Cath
arine 13. Knight, Miss Sara Mclcun,
Mlf,u Mary . Norris. MISs Huth I'arlc
anl, Miss Elizabeth dul'ent. Miss Mary
It. Stewart, Miss EllzabethT Pearson,
Miss Ulalne Sullivan. Miss Mnry B.
Thayer. Miss Elelse Warriner. Mlhs
Henrietta McD. Wilsen, Miss I.ydU T.
MerrlB and Mrs. .1. Merris Wlstar will
urealile nt the tea table. The card of
Mr Merris "Wlstar Weed was inclesed
in the Imitation.
Mrs. Edgar Pardce I-'arle, of Gravers
lane. Chestnut Hill, will give n lunchoeii
en Monday, December 8, ut the IJvIIo-Mie-Stratferd.
In honor of her debu
tante daughter, MIbs Virginia Uarle,
nnd Miss Catharine C. Knight, dobu debu dobu
tnnte daughter of Mrs. Bradford Knight.
The party will be. chaperoned by Mrs
Knight. There will be sixty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Ilebard. of
Eergrcen avenue. Chestnut Hill, have
Untied Invitations for a dance en Thurs
day, December 16, at the Bellovue-Strat-ford.
In honor of their debutnnte daugh
ter, MIbs Mary C. Ilebard. Miss Hebard
will he the guest of honor at a luncheon
Monday, which Mrs. Jeseph Walker
Wear and Mrs. William E. Geedman will
gte at the Acorn Club.
Miss Anne Ashton, debutante daughter
helps te bring euttfie
realbeauty of the skin
Cosmetics only hide skin trouble,
but Kesinel Ointment, aided by Rcti Rcti
nel Seap in most cases, clears away
blotches, roughness, and similar de
fects, keeping the skin soft and smooth,
with tjie natural color of health.
Clw i Rxilnel product. ttUU Yet mIe
' (f by ail wfsblt.
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V,f J?r'. nntl Mrs- Themas O. Ashton, of
H dlcaf, Wynncwoed, will be the guest
or honor at a theatre party te be given
by Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Mlchell, nt
their home, 3913 Chestnut street, en
Wednesdny night, November 24. The
guests will Include Dr. nnd Mrs, Themas
Aeiuen, MIsm Virginia Bensen Carter,
M.ss Augusta Wnln Harrison, Miss Mar
Baretta Harrison, Miss Jane Shaw Hep
burn, Mlsa Annabclle Weed. Miss Malsle
II. .Stewart. Mlsa Elelse Warriner, Mr.
Kdward Mitchell Edwards, Mr. Hareld
Srtyler. Mr. Mlnturn Wright, Sir.
Horatlen Gates Lloyd, Jr., Mr. Geerge
GlbbH, Jr., Mr. Charles Stewart Wurts,
. r.. Mr. fiathnnlfl Knewlcs, Jr., and Mr.
Jehn Strublng. The guests will later at
tend the ball te be given that night by
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens Hcckscher, In
honor of their daughter, Miss Lucretla 8.
Mr. and Mre. Daniel I Hutchinson,
Jr., of New Yerk, have Issued Incltntlens
for a dinner en Wednesday, December
1G, at the Bellcvue-Stratferd, In honor
of Mlsa Jossle V, Da Cesta, daughter of
Mrs. Charles F. Da Cesta, and Miss
Mary II. Stewart, daughter of Mrs. Rob Reb
ert -G. Le Conte.
Mrs. ltuthcrfurd Pearson, of the Belle-
vue-Stratferd, has issued Invitations for
a theatre party, followed by a supper,
at the Uollevue-Stratford, In honor e
her debutante nlece, Miss Eleaner Rub-
ecu rcaneuy, or New YerK.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mercan Bar
ringer will formally present te society
their daughter, Miss Sarah Barrlnger,
at a tea with dancing te be given at
iieir nome. mi walnut Btreet, en Fri
day afternoon, November 20, from 4
until 7 o'clock. The yeunff rlrlB who
Will assist In receiving Include Mlse
Pelly Thayer. Mlsj Anna Sephia Yar
nnll. Mies Mary Law, Miss Jane Gorden
Cexn, Miss Pelly Griscom, Miss Eleaner
neuu, .uiss iunrgareita J-arse Harrison,
Miss Mary Heppln Hewland, Mlsa Lu
cretla I'. Hcckscher, 2d, Miss Virginia
Bensen Carter. Miss Anne Ashton, Miss
Rosamund Stewardson, Miss Charlette
Stnrr. Miss nuth Packard, Miss Hclene
Lnngden Mitchell and Miss Elizabeth
I-razler. The guests will later attend
the dance te be given by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Custls Harrison, of 293 Rlt Rlt Rlt
tenhouse Square, In honor of their debu
tante daughter. Miss Augusta W. Harri
son. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Pratt McKcan, of
Pine Itun Farm. Pcnllyn, will entertain
nt dinner at the Bellevue-Stratferd be be be
eoeo the opening performance of the
epniyi, en Tuesday. November 30. Mr.
and Mrs. Jeseph Weed. Jr., will be the
guests of Mr. und Mrs. McKcan. Mr.
and Mrs. McKcan will glve a dinner en
Tuesday, December 28, bofero Ui'e Bene
Mis. Geerge A. Dunning and Miss
Nancy Bunney Dunning will sail for
Eurepe early I Dccember. They will be
accompanies by Miss Adelaide Newlln,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Cavcrly
Newlln, of Haverford. They wll Ispcnd
severai meiuns in .oii(ien ana 1'nris.
WEDDINGS OF INTEREST
IN AND OUT OF TOWN
Miss Alice Brown Brlde of Mr.
Albert Rhede Haae-WIrt-
The marrlage of Miss Alice Brown, of
New Yerk, and Mr. Albert It. lthede. of
3G10 North Sixteenth street, took place
yesterday at neon, at the home of the
brlde'H brother, Mr. Chester Brown, of
869 Seuth Fifteenth street. Newark, N
J. The ceremony was performed by
Habbl Alexander Lyens, of New Yerk,
nnd wns followed by a wedding break
fast, Mr. Heward lthode was best man
The bride did net have any attendants
nnd the members of the two families
were the only ones present. After nn
extended wcddltig trip te the Pacific
ceaat, Mr. and Mrs. Uhode will be at
home nt 2244 West Estaugh street,
after Jnnuary 15. GucstB at the wod wed
dlng from Philadelphia Included Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ilhede, Miss Amy lthode,
Mr. Heward Rhede, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Itescnsteln and Mrs. Pauline Kerr.
An Interesting wedding took place
yesterday afternoon at 6 o'clock when
Miss Helen Wlrtschaftpr, daughter et
Mr. and Mm Jeseph Wlrtschafter. of
2837 Allegheny avenue, was married te
Mr. Jereme S. Haas, of Atlantic City.
The ceremony, which took place In the
blue room of the Hetel Lorralne, was
performed by the Ilov. Marvin Nathan.
The brlde was attended by her sister,
Miss Miriam Malvlan Wlrtschafter. as
maid of honor, and by Miss Frieda
Wlrtschafter, of Trenten, aa brides
maid. Miss Geraldlne Olga Lleberman
of Atlantic City, and Miss Geraldlnt
Rosenberg wcre the flower Rlrls. Tht
best mnu was Mr. Milten Waldorf, ei
PatMmere. and Mr. Arthur Wlrtschafter.
of Trenten, acted as UBher.
Miss Elizabeth Kathcrlne Winter was
married te Mr. Matthew O. Simen, at
Scota Presbyterian Church, Bread street
and Castle avenue, en Wednesday at
neon. The bride was given away by her
stepfather, Mr. Geerge C. Gauer. Tht
e remenv waB performed bv the Rev. D
Stuart Moere. D. D. Miss Emma r
" :.. . .t net-.. n...,
(itlUtT WUH II1UU1 Ul liuuvr unu Lima jhuill
' '"L, ,, .. hriilMtrniln. The hr.ii
lIilim"B" " - w - .-
man was Mr. Walter G
Sale of Fashions
Fer Women & Misses
Unrestricted Choice in This Sale Featuring
Specially for Saturday
of cloth and silk
Fer Daytime and Afternoon
Ticket Price, 59.50
THE BLUM STORE
rail mm iiuu m i" ""'" ,
'$$ miss Virginia ilpillf ; s 'z'&jmsm ; ?1 1
YikiA Daughter of Mr. aKSm " ' ' WE? '
i&Z and Mrs. II. J. Wff' x- "':'' I
Vfgi Crowley, of 4339 '" ', ' , ., " .?mf ', . ej
i$M "Wishing Stene," MB"'"'1 ' . W ''' i
& te be given In tlie BbiWf" , ' ' '' ' '' H
tffi 'BeJJcvue - Stratford W$M-,' , '' , ,-'1
wft Reef Garden De- wjkS. V ' , um.' -,U .
jt. cembcr 1 and 3 .f y
the ushers wcre Mr. Walter Marsh and
Mr. Frank Waters.
DE WITT HENDERSON
A pretty wedding took place en Wed
nesday afternoon nt 3 o'clock In St.
'nhn's Episcopal Church, when Miss
Rachel Hendersen, daughter of Mri
M. Crcelman, of Elkhart street, was
married te Mr. Walter De Witt. Thi
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
DOYLE M UND Y l
The marrlnge of Mlsa Dorethy Anne
Mundy. daughter of Mr. Jehn J. Mundv,
of 442C Baltimere avenue, und Mr.
.Tnmcs M. Deyle, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
William J. Deyle, of 90G Seuth Breaf.
trcet, took place en Wednesday morn
ing nt 9 o'clock, at the Church of Si
Francis de Sales, the Very Rev. Monsl Mensl Monsl
gner Crone officiating. Miss Mundy, who
Street and Afternoon
Mostly one of a kind.
Beautiful Tricetine, Duvet de Laine,
Duvetyne, Chiffen Velvet, Crepe,
Satin and Canten Crepe
This is a very special offering of exceptional char
acter, and in the very choicest styles with decidedly
original and distinctive ideas that add unusual charm.
Ne alterations. i
1310 Chestnut Street
The Stere of Personal Service
- wfm7Bi T .M Q
the present "lower" ticket prices
Our Entire Stock
New fabrics new colors
and smart new modes
Ticket Price, 49.50
Ne AoerovaU Nene C. O. D, All Sales
A New Organhaien With an Old Name
LEDaEKr-PglLADELPHIA, ITftipAY, NOVEMBEB 19, 1920
was given In marrlage by her father,
was attended by Miss Helen Hare, e
Overbroek, as meld of honor, nnd Mlss
Helen Shceran. of this city, who wat
Idt-pmalri. Mr. Berkman Cetter was
Mr. Deyle's best man and his ushers
Included, Mr. Rebert Kane, Mr. Frank
Mundy. Mr William J. Deyle. Jr.. Mr.
Jack Miller and Mr. Daniel McKennn
A breakfast for the bridal party and the
Immediate families followed. Upen their
r'turn from a wedding trip, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Deylo will be at home at 442B Bal
The marrlage of Miss Myrtle Silver-
wnd uuugnter of Mr. nnd Mis. Walter
SUverwoed, of 37.'! Green lane. Bex-
boreuch, and Mr. Edcar Hensen Meyer.
son of Mr. Jehn Meyer. nlse of Rex- i
ImrnllrfVi ir1.' ntcinii ntllnt li ft !- !
brlde'u home at 1 o'clock en WcdnetcJay,
Medels that cannot be
- f Tin II f
tailored and furtrimmed
models in popular materials
Ticket Price, 89.50
. Sale Price
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the Rev W. Galloway Tyson officiating.
Miss Sllverwoed'n only attendant wns
her sister. Miss Helen SUverwoed. Mr.
Wayne It. Meyer was best man for nis
brother. A breakfast for the lmmcdlate
families followed After a wedding
Journey Mr. and Mre. Meyer will llve nt
4428 Pechln Btrcct, Roxborough, where
tliey will be at home early In December.
ALONG THE READING
Miss Mildred Lewls, daughter of Mr.
J. Heward Lewis, of Elktns Park, will
be ene of a party that her sister, Mrs.
G Henry Stftsen. will chaperene at the
Yale-Hnrvard football game, te be play
ed nt New Haven tomorrow,
At the meeting of the Weman's Club
of Wyncote, en Wednesday afternoon,
Mrs. Jehn Grlbbcl talked en "The Bums
Country," giving a resume of the trip
she made with Colonel Orlbbel, through
Scotland, during the past summer. This
was followed by a musical program.
Mrs. Horatio Batezcll Sang seme Scotch
ballads, and Miss Marjorle Sill con
tributed soprano numbers, Miss Marjorle
Mre. Carl Bewman, who chaperoned
a ixtrty who metered te Princeton last
week, te attend the Yale-Prlnccten gamq,
placfe antr Wtytt &f)ap
M M U Lee
y u i. w. jmulready n
U rjJjJ h 125 S. 16th St. H
S. 13th St.
BOARDWALK SHOP ATLANTIC
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Geerge Allen, inc.
1214Chestnut Street 1214
Every lint without reservation bharply reduced for quick clear
ancc. The prices are less than before the war.
1000 Trimmed Hats
Fer Every Age and Every Occasion Repriced te
$5, $6, $7, $10 Upwards
Saturday Ends the Sale of Famous
Harvard Mills Underwear at
Greatly Reduced Prices
Sale of Women's Silk Hese, $1.15
Thefe nra fulMitKhleneil silk he-c of tine guuee nnd are the
regular J-.8C graile. Thiro In only a limited nu.intltv in black uml
white. We would UBB''St thcBe as verj practical for Chrlatiiwh jflviiitf.
Cape Skin Gloves, Special $3.50
Kine grade lnnmrted cape leather gloves In pcarl-whlte. brown
black and numbcra of thin tieen'a best shades They nrn sulendidlv
made and by far the most servlccable gleve obtainable The recul-ip
price Is 1.0 a pair " ' r
Flannel Pajamas for Girls, $3.95
Warm coinfertablo pajamas of tlne grade outing flannel in pink
llL:TnmttV 'r"e-' "re '"""' i,". "
Coty's Famous French Extracts, $7.50
The regular 2-oz biro In Cety'H most popular ednza; L'Orlt-.-ui
Jacqueminet, I.'Or Tin- regular prlce l 9 25. An licelluit onnei.
tunlty te purchase new for CMirlstmaH ghlng. "
Allen's French Hair Nets
10c each, $1.00 a dozen.
.,c. Wo..h.a;e ?vcry. Y"""-11 t,w-ae 1" l'c" cap Dhnne our famous
"Sllppen" brand, nnd sU-alght ahape, our "Impert bp eliil" brand
We are sole egenta for America for these guaranteed Krrnch Ilalr
VtilUi and.Orar H-lr Net, In both cap and straight ahape at
IBe ech 1.50 deieu.
has returned te her home. These In the
party Included Mlse Jean Clark, Miss
Marguerite Larkln, Miss Anna Larkln
and Miss Mary Kcarnes. Mrs. Bewman
entertained after the game at dinner.
Mrs. William Preston Brenz, Jr.. has
returmd te her home at D321 Baltimore
avenue, after a visit te her sister and
brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ldwnrd
Shoemaker, of Pasaalc avenue, Chicago.
Mrs. Augustus V. Sprlngman, et &051
Walnut street, will glve an attractive
luncheon, follewid by cards. In honor
of her brldge club, en Friday, Novem
ber 19. The members Include Mrs. A.
Mayer, Mrs. Samuel Rethwcll, Mrs.
Charles Fraaer, Mrs. William Bllzcn,
MrB M. J. MacDonald, Mrs. William
A. Grny. MrH. Frnnlc Brightly, and Mrs.
Augustus V. Sprlngman.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Winner Stene. BOH
Haztl avenue, ruturned from Washing
ton, D. C, where they ntlendcd the nn
nual meeting of the American Ornithol
ogist Union, of wtiich Mr. Stene was
elected president. Mr. and Mrs, Stene
wtre extensively entertained during their
Sheps of Sensible Prices"
FOR GIRLS AND
will seen be "en," and se
comes the need of a fetch
ing frock te add te the.
delight. Strikingly new
modes at Millards all
The sketch shows a
chiffon taffeta with the
lcathcrizcd ribbon cmbreiderv
nnd geld trncery. Simply
AND Chestnut St.
CITY BRIGHTON BLOCK
The next meeting of the Delta Beta
Sigma Sorority will be held at the home
of Mlss Virginia Gcsslng, IG20 North
Nineteenth street, en November 27.
Miss Elvira Martinez will entertain
the "Flfty-flfty Club" nt her home, at
1719 North Thirty-third street, this eve
ning. The members Include Miss Mar
garet Clnik, MIbs Jrnn Clalk, Miss Mir
iam Doeloy, Mlsa Dorethy McDevItt, Miss
Adcle Frederick, Miss Anna Larkln, Miss
Marguerlte Larkln, Miss Alma" Wall,
Miss Ruth Walreth, Mr. Paul Barker,
Mr. Harris Burten, Mr Edttm Fcncy,
Mr. Charles Hall, Mr. Andrew Hamilton
Mr. Rebert Luken, Mr, Martin McCaw
1 y, Mr. William McLeughlln. Mr. Jo Je
seph Shane, nnd Mr Nathan Whlttakc.r.
The men of the club will play the Dele
Lane Club's football team, at the Chel
tenham Field, en ThnnkcglMng Day.
MwiK-u! iriira -ra' rattll
Wrlle or J'liuea for I'licrjicil or l'rlnti-d
ROYAL ENGRAVING CO., 814 Wtlnnl S.
i'lU-ADELPHIA'a hRAUIMi niHATKKS
Ulncilone' era. IH - J. J. aittiUUKl
POSITIVELY LAST 2 WEEKS
VOS AT 8 SltAItP
math T 'i firywr
MAT. TOMOR. "mt $2.00
cr thi: miebtv MONAitrii ev all
N. Y. WINTER GARDEN'S
with eiiUArnsr eai.a.w or MiUTtr
iNcrmitB ami 'run wi.vtku a.ute-.s
sua i a new ii m 'niAVKi.iviNO vi:uk
HOLIDAY JWi TIIANKSQIVINO DAY
Matinee Tomorrow, 2
IN TUB IlDMANTIrt MF.LODItASrA
"The Purple Mask"
SEATS NOW roil THANKfefllVIVS Wi:K
SAM SHUrRT 'a AT sjir,
P. -'""rV'l MAT TOMOIl ntl.ir,
Positively LAST 2 WEEKS
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I ANNOt'NC'ED niOM THE KTAOE T.'KS-
day Evr.Ni.r.. rnizu wim, also ije
AWARDED AT THAT TIME.
I 3 Shows Thanksgiving Day
II A. M fl P M. und S-1.1 p.
KEATS ON SALE NOW
First Regiment Armery
Bread and Callowhill Sts.
and All Next Week
Admission 25c, 50c ' 32?ic"7 Vone !
Tlckets Geed nt Any IVrfermnnix
U. S. Official War Films
"Flashes of Action"
Under AuspImb of
Pictures of the
The 28(h Division
The 79th Dhisien
THE NA VY
In Actual Battle
Taken bv the U. S. Sirjnal
Cerps While Under Fire
Military and Naval Bands
Exhibits of War Trophies
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This picture will net ha shown nt
any ether theatre in Philadelphia, .-e
don't miss this opportunity of suciny
what our boys actually did "Oer
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"81ns of rteianna"
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1'--VJIN L Knld Bennett In
"Hit 1 luaband's frltnd"
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J1V-L MAT TOMOIUIOW
Greatest Hit of the Season!
Beeth Turkington'e Wt
Buoyant Comedy Jlj i
With ALFRED LUNT
AND OHiaiNA- NCW YOUIC CAST
It has been many long, blue
moons since genuine comedy,
quiet, insinuating and entirely
devoid of tendency te farce,
has been presented te the Phila
delphia theatregeers. The play
is Tarkingten at his best.
H'lArs HKI.I.INO I'en NKXT WEE1C
JUTtl, WED, THANK.,. IIMN AND SAT.
FOR R F ST N''iTy at 8:15
1 'MVkJ 1 MAT. TOMOIUIOW
LAST 3 TIMES
All the Jeys of life
Will Be Found in
. TIIK nAI'ID.rillR MI'SICAf. COMEDY
Wl'h IIAIIIIY K MDHTON s. Original Cut
Girls, Gayety, Laughter, Meledy
N'Xt Week Tlmiiksil Ins Heatii Sellltur
THANICM1IVINO D.VY AND SAT.
CHARLES DII.LINOHAM Trpsnt
I AHPLIi BLOSSOMS
Thn Kr. Inler-Jirnl I,e lUiren Operetta'
Julm Carlci T"inmaB Wllia Bennett
rcrcnjii ivnisnt in- Aatalrra
r" ADDTri1 LAT 2 WEEKS
"rr.l I MAT TOMORROW
A New Musical Comedy
Sfi'.ip' i rn r
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m:t mh.li.nc; inu m:xt week
maiim:i:s TiiANKsarviNa sat,
Frem 9 P. M. te Clese
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
TONIGHT ;. SATURDAY f-
75 t. tl .10 t lifp)t'i--.,0f at Doer '
"TROUBLES OF 1920"
With ft Ws Cunt mi.l Cheru
Ethel Hepkins; Chas. Irwin
Il.rrA unl linn Kriu.ijr, Arthur
MiW.ittMt . (.rn.-.' lymn. Cither
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GEORGE EARLE RAIGUEL
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Emmelt Welch Minstrels
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