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Nancy Wynne Hears of a Family House Party at Bar
I Har&or i Number of Debutantes Will Be
Introduced the Latter Part of This Month
r HEAR that 'Mr. -Clement Buckley
1 HewboM. of cfc!KlwlcJfI" 1Iou5
Wflngton lane and Fox C b. m ; road
WSJ party nt hh summpr homo
Wat Hbor. Ho and his daughter,
. (? liftvo been thero nil summer.
Ann?' by tho W, will ho a debutante
m. ?miiot Sho expected to make her
ihlI W season, but owing to tho death
5? uncle Mr. Arthur Emlcn New
&i who died 1 suddenly, It was decided
I iSSiih BlrceU "tayed.wlth hlra. Mrs.
rinoS rou know, wps Mary D. New
SiS feho will .chapcrono her ulster
b? oy o! tho parties this winter ana
4t S Anna win have a lot of them.
5 i i hAlli will bo given In her honor
Srfr aunts. Mra. Deauveau Borle,
" Mr' William Taylor and Mrs.
tJhn B. Nowbold, will also assist her
John -.(.inlnff Mr. and Mrs. John
Ln $S& otTwentleth and Walnut
8 .nnrl Vernon Orchard, near Jon
J nSnJo'lned tho family at Bar Uar
bir for a few weeks.
Mng ROBERT MONTGOMERY,
was in town one day this week. I
t k2? ihc and her charming daugh
f'Sdcn Ilwo. Bto Planning to go
Inroad this fall for a short time. Helen
abroad """ ' vi.itlnic a number ot
tbailt might bo this winter.
NV1TATION3 arc being Issued for
1 the debutante luncuons. . "vy-r--
,111 soon bo oxpericned by the duus
Margaret Butcher w bo to first to
Itics will ho given In her nonor .later
KfelXemoral Smith ,411 be in;
Virginia Is tho daughter of Mr. aim
MrfUur Dcnrbornmlthol Rem
thr thing to do nowaday". wm,
The next day. Mr. niid Irs. ",'"""
Struthers Ellis, of J S
ot the debutante sot this year, as .well
nnd Knoll Houje Devon. Jo r n nall
ffie? lUe'n McMlchael. Tho dance
ri be slve n on Saturday evening, tho
me day as Clntra Kills' ttJfcT
together tho latter part of Botcmftcr
will be gay. notonly for , debs nut ior
An engaBpnient of unusual Interest,
announced In this city today, is that
ot Hr. Joseph II. Halnns. son of Mr.
Mid Mrs. William H. Haines, of B433
Wajue nvenue. Orrmnntown, nml Miss
Margaret Clark, daughter of Mr. una
Mri. Edward Clark, of Xowcasllo-on-Trne,
DiKland. Tho annpuncoment of
tha engairement was made about two
weeks ago ln England Vy Miss Clarks
parents. No dato hnB been set for tno
w4dmg. Mr. Hnlnci, whtN ho been
spendlns somo time visiting In England,
Is a graduate of ll'averford College,
clisa of 1803. Io sorved two years
liv France during tho war with tha
Prlends' Servlco Committee
Mr. and Mrs. Icdvard Heckscher have
liiued Invitations for a dlnnor to be
followed by dancing on Saturday, Oo
tober 16, at tholr homo, Bollngbroke,
Itudnor, following tho tea which they
will glvo that day to Introduco to society
their daughter, Mls Virginia Heck
scher. Mr. and Mrs. Heckscher will
entertain at dinner this evening In
Jionor of MIbs Heckscher. She will also
o the guest of honor at a ball which
lur parents wilt give on December 28
at the Ilcllevue-Stratford.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Huston, of
wliwhlckon avenuo nnd Lohmnn lane,
Oermanlown, are entertaining ns their
Buests during tho tennis tournament at
tho Qormantown Cricket Club. Mr. and
Mrs. Stoddard Johnston, of Louisville,
Ky.j Mr. Earle Halch, of Nw York,
and Mr. Ludwlg Morehead, New York.
luncheon on Saturday at the club ln
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honor of their RUests. Mrs. Huston and
her dauahter, Miss Judoll M. Huston,
have lust returned from a. month's stay
at Capo May." Miss Huston will be
formally Introduced to society by her
parents at a ten. on December 2T, which
will bo followed bv n dinner and dance.
Miss Huston will leavo on September
zb ror smith college, now orn.
"Mro, John M. Kennedy, Jr., of 201S
Sprueo street, will glvo a largo debu
tante luncheon and theatre party on
Wedncrday, December 7. The guests
of honor will Includo Miss Virginia do-
,.... rllll. .1mi.hI.Iah r9 T( art.l tr
Arthur Dearborn Smith, Miss Elizabeth
Battles, daughter ot Mr. nna Mrs. j rann
Dattles: Miss Helen V. Mlchell, daugh
ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry F. Mlchell,
and Miss Marlanna Bonnelf, daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Henry H. Bonnell, all of
whom will bo debutantes of the coming
season. Mrs. Kennedy nan just re
turned from a trip to yeiiowBtone x-arK.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wayne, Jr.. of
8200 SL Martins lano, Chestnut Hill,
will entertain at luncheon today at the
Oermantown Cricket ln honor of their
daughter, Miss Elizabeth B. Wayno who
will bo ono of tho season's debutantes.
Among tho gueBta will bo Miss Louisa
Dixon, Miss Mnrlcm Harris, Miss Jose
phlno Wayne, Miss Laura Jano Wayne.
Stlsa Wayno will bo formnlly prononted
to soolety by her parentB at a tea on
October 27. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne an-1
their family havo just returned from
Nova Scotia, where they spent tho sum
mer. Miss Wayne, who spent the sum
mer at Beaver Camp at East Union, Me.,
has also roturncd.
Invitations have bcon Issued by Mr.
and Mrs. John David Samuel, of 2015
1'lno street, for a danco on Friday. Oc
tober 7. at tho Merlon Cricket Club, In
honor of their daughters, Miss Lois
Samuel and Miss Mario, Burnett Samuel.
Miss Mary Ernestlno Apploton, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Applo
ton, Marshfleld. Warrcnton, . Va who
spent tho summer at Camp' Choccmut,
Blnghamton, N. Y., has returned to
Chestnut Hill, where she will spend tho
winter with her grandmothor, Mrs. Wil
liam E. Goodman, at her home, Bethle
Mr. and Mrs. Ward A. Batchelor, of
Moylan, havo announced tho engagement
of their daughter, Miss Margarot Loulso
Batchelor, to Mr. LouIb R. Chapman,
Hon of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert W. Chap
man, of PlttaburRh. Mr. Charjmnn wan
a graduate of Cornoll University ln
Juno. Mr. and Mrs. Batchelor nna miss
Batchelor, who havo recently returned
from New England, aro sDendlnff a fort
night In tho Pocono Mountains.
An engagement of Interest to socloty
in this and other cities nnnounced today.
Is that of Miss Eleanor Baxter David
son, daughter of Mrs. Charles Parker
Davidson, of 1826 Adams avenue, Scran-
Inn . a A Iktn l.tl.M ..a... TAltniitjiH rtf
.will uiui xr, ititioa V.UI uuuudivm, ui
Miss Charlotte Churchill Starr, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ducolni?
Starr, of 323 Mordant! avenue. Chest
nut Hill, whd has been spending the
summer nt Camp Choconut, Blngham
ton, N. Y., returned thomo last week.
Colonel and Mrs. John S. Mucklo and
Mr. Craig Wright Mucklo, who havo
been spending the summer ln wueuec,
hnve returned to tho city nnd aro at the
Mr. and Mrs. William It. Cochran and
their daughter, Miss Anna Cochran, nnd
son, Mr. William P. Cochran, Jr., havo
returned to their homo In Wayno from
Mr. and Mrs. Oconto Thomns Butler
nnd their dauchtcr. Mies Mary Butler.
who havo been spending some weeks at
Big Moose Laxe, jv. y navo roturnw
to their homo in Media,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Caldwell havo
returned to their home In Walllneford
from a visit to Atlantlo City.
Dr. and Mrs. Gladstone Holm and
their daughtor. Miss Beatrice. Holm, of
723 Madison strcot, Chester, havo just
returned from a two weeks' tour of
Canada, visiting Niagara Falli, Toronto,
Montrenl nnd Quebec and roturnlnir via
Lake Champlnlu, Lako George and tho
Mr. nnd Mrs. William I. Schaffer. who
havo boon for oever.il weeks In tho
Aaironunciia anu i;annau, motored to
Northeast Harbor before returning to
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Itoat and Misa
Alice Lorlne Boat havo returned from
a month's stay nt Oak Orchard, Dtol.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Y. Lesher nnd
their sons, of 723 Wcstvlew avenuo,
Oermantown, havo returned home after
spending a month at the Egypt Mills
Country Club, Plko County, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Westerman, of
Harmon road, Roxborough, have gono
to Lakes George and Champlaln for
Mr. and Mrs Joseph H. Rubin hnve
returned to their npartmont at the Rltz-
'A youthful mode expressed in
Various furs of superior quality
at the, lowest prices in years.
Black Pony Coats
Belted. Selected skins.
Nat. Muskrat Coats
ContrastinR striped border.
French Seal Coats
Carefully selected pelts.
Hudson Seal Coats
Full-flare belted style.
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MISS KATHLEEN LAIRD
Daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph
Lnlrd, of Dorwyn road, Cynwyd,
whoso cinnigcment to Mr. Frank
Colsato llcnson, 3d, lins recently
Carlton after spending several weeks at
summit springs, Poland, Mo.
Mr. and Mrs. Horace K. Horner, for
merly of tho Longacro, aro now living
at tho Touralne, 1S20 Sprueo strout
Mrs. Hornor wns Mies Dorotliy L. Stern.
Mrs. Rebecca Louchhelm. of tho St.
James Annex, Is again occupying hor
apartment after spending somo ttmo at
Mrs. Henry S. Louchhelm has re
turned from tho senshoro to tho St
Mr. Joseph A. Gorman announces the
mnrrlago of his sister. Mlas Helen Gor
man, to Mr, Gordon Leo Bear on August
31. sir. nnd Mrs. uear lort arter tno
ceremony for Minneapolis, whoro they
will make their homo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hervey B, Harmer, of
Gcrmnntown, have gono on n motor trip
to Bedford Springs, Pa., whore they
expect to remain somo ttmo. Miss Myru
E. Hnrmor nml Mr. Robert H. Harmer
havo entertained as their guest for the
last week Mlus Mabol A. Gerber, of Qua
Mr. and Mrn. Samuel RuFbcll, Jr.,
and their daughter, Miss Gertrude Rus
sell, and Mrs. Russell's mother, Mrs. L.
M. Brown, of 212 West Johnson street,
havo returned from spending tho sum
mer" nt Onset, Capo Cod, Mob. Miss
Kusrell has n.8 her guest for come
time Miss Mildred Boris, of Providence,
R. I. Tho engagement of Mlsa RuHsell to
Mr. Russoll G. Boris has been an
nounced. Miss Margaret Pltcalrn, of Morris nnd
Manhotm streets, has returned from
visiting relatives for a month In Mauch
Mr. nnd Mrs. William If. Wilson nnd
tneir daugnter, MIm Nelllo WlUon, of
Rose Cottage. Oermantown nvenim nt
Tulpchockon street, havo roturned from
spending somo tltno at Ocean City.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo L. Estabrook.
of C20 West Cllvedtn avenue, havo ro
turncd from spending several weeks
nt tho Inn, Buck Hill Falls. Mrs. EBta
brook has as her ruest her niece. Mls
Marlon Zorns Cadwallnder, daughter of
Mr. ami Mrs. t. j. i;auwananer, of 13D
West Upsal street. Miss Tadwnllnder
has Just returned from Ocean Cltv.
whero she spent tho Hummer with her
parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cndwallader will
remain nt their cottage until tho end
ot tho montn.
Mr. and Mrs. John McArthur Harris
nna tneir son, Mr. jonn McArthur Hnr
rls. Jr.. of 105 West Walnut liinn.
who hnvn been at tho Tnn. nuck TIII1
Falls, for somo time, will return to their
noma nt tno enu oi ocpiemucr.
Mrs. Oconto II. Talbott nnd 1m-
daughtcr, Miss Mary Martha Talbott, of
iTinceiun, ix, .1 , wuu imvo noeu visit
ing relatives ln Bolvlllo, O., Blnce tho
Nat. Leopard Coats
With raccoon or opossum
collar and cuffs.
Aus. Opossum Coats
Full-flare model, belted.
Thirty-six inches long.
Nat. Raccoon Coats
Fine dark skins. Full belted.
Thirty-six inches long.
Hudson Seal Coats
With squirrel, beaver or
skunk collar and cuffs.
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IitDDaEKr-HIIJkDBLPmA; FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1921
early Hummer, have arrived to b tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard u.
mom, or o40 isast yvasningion. w a
few days. 4
Miss Inez Nlchuals, of 6G10 Lime
kiln pike, returned on Tuesday from
spending? a week In Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClenahart. at
Wyndmoor, nnnounco the marriage of
tnoir daughter, miss l'rances m. mo
Clenahan, to Mr. John L. Merryweather,
of Trenton, on Saturday, Septembor 3,
In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Hunt and
Miss Betty Anno Hunt, of 119 West
Mount Airy avenue, havo gono to tho
Oceanic, Ocean City, to- remain two
Mr. nnd Mro. William C. S. Lex and
their eon, Mr. Gordon Lex, of IBS West
Durham street, haVo returned from oc
cupying nn apartment ln Atlantlo City
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Rue, of 121 West
Mount Airy avenue, havo returned from
a motor trip to Freehold and Asbury
Park, N. J.
Miss E. Malo Bawn, of New York,
who was the guest of her brother. Mr.
Robert B Bawn, of 124 West ifount
Airy avonue, for a fow days, has ro
turned to her home.
Mr.nnd Mrs. Joseph Henry, of 2237
Christian street, havo returned from
their summer homo ln Ooean City. They
entertained "ns their gticst during tho
month of August Dr. and Mrs. Georgo
G. Deaver, who recently returned from
Constantinople. Mrs. Denver will bo
remembered as Miss Helen O. Henry.
Miss Anna B. Loftua has returned to
her homo after spending sovoral weeks
as the guest of her brother ln New
Mrs. Thomas J. Mllnamow, of 1715
Rltner street, has left for a fortnight's
stay in Atlantlo City.
Miss Elizabeth Brccn, of 228 Morris
street, has roturned homo after spending
tho summer In Malno,
Mr. and Mrs. John Daley and their
family, of 2522 South Colorado terrace,
havo returned to their homo after spend
ing tho summer ln Chelsea.
Miss Ida Postornock has roturncd to
her homo nftor n trip to Bermuda.
Miss Helen CUrlln, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh J. Carlln, of 2120 South
Sixteenth vstrcet. hoi left for a trip to
Boston, wnrrn sho will bo tho guest of
hor sister, Miss Reglna Carlln.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hnft, of 121B Daly
street, havo gono to Wlldwood, whero
they will remain for sovoral weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ellsworth
Brawn, of 401 West Olney avenuo, have
Insucd Invitations for tho marriage of
their daughter, Miss Dorothy C. Brown,
to Mr. Ralph Vernon Do Kalb, of Tioga,
In tho First Presbyterian Church,
Third street and Tabor road, Olney, on
Friday, September 16, at noon. A re
ception will follow tho ceremony at tho
homo of tho brtdo'n parentn.
Mlsa Graco Shepherd, of BC13 North
Third street, has returned from spending
a. few days in Wlldwood.
Mrs. Emma V. Daudlln, of 2300 Mar
garet street, announces tho marriage of
her daughter. Miss Mary Lorctta Daud
lln. to Mr. John D. Gilbert on August 24.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Thomas have returned
from a month'3 stay nt Northeast Har
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Brown nnd tholr
daughters, Miss Ruth Brown nnd Miss
Elinor Brown, of 4016 Lntgo atreet, are
at Wlldwood for a few weeks.
Miss Bentrlco Hayman. of Orthodox
street, Is the guest of Miss aladyn Jan
ren at her parents' cttngo ln Atlantic
City until tho tnlddlo of tho month.
Miss Katharine. Leo Dando, daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. J. Clifford Dando, of
Springfield, will entertain Informally nt
cards this evening at her homo ln honor
of Mrs. William H. Anderson, of Haston,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward A. Stockton aro
cntertnlnlng Mr. Stockton's ulster. Mrs
A. M. Custer, of Baltimore, nt their
homo In Swarlhmoro for a fow days.
Mrs. Cuutcr will salt ln a short tlmo
for Kurope, whero she will spend sev
Mr. nnd Mrs. William D. Randle nnd
tholr daughtor, MIsr Allco Randle, of
Chester, havo returned frarm a motor
trip to Washington, where they spent
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ing Summer' thoughts turn to tha
Important lubfcct of Clotlict (or the
SCHOOL OR COLLEGE MISS
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in Apparel for the tocial at well a) die icholastic curriculum.
Our entire Fourth Floor h devoted to the ipecialization of youthful
dothei that are far removed from sophisticated and vomanly type.
One-piece Jersey Frock
Smart Frock with veitee of fine,
white pique. Dlege, rut, Copen,
tin and navy.
Poiret Twill Tailleur
Featuring1 side pane.lt reachlne
below hemline. Embroidered
la contrasting; colored silk flosi.
Canton Crepe Frock
Graceful model with classic
neckline and contrasting under
eleeveiv Black with jade,
Vlonnt Red, or white.
Checked Coat Dress
Of valour. Detachable vestee
of Organdie; strappings of self
navy and Urdwn.
Charmeuse Dinnqr Fiock
Jenny alceve nnd Irregular side
tunic, faced with Vionnet Ked,
Jade, tan or old blue Georgette.
Ore ribbon girdle and cabochon
Frieze Spoits Coats
Lined throughout large shawl
collar of Raccoon or Australian
Opossum. Blue, Brown or
MISS MARGARET I. WHITE
WEDS MR. HAROLD CREGAR
Marriage of Miss Edith May Morgan
and Mr. Harry R. Bobat
A pretty homo weddln will be cele
brated this evening; nt o'clock when
Mlsa Margaret Irvlno White, daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. George N. White, of
1613 North Sixty-first street, will be
come tho brldo of Mr. Harold Cregar,
of 6017 Media atreet. The brldo will
bo attended by Miss Bertha Brown. Mr.
S. Owen Slxsmlth will act as best man.
Tho bride, who will bo given In mnr
rlago by her father, will year a, gown
of white georgette trimmed In silk filet
with a veil of tullo and orango blossoms.
Sho will carry a shower bouquet of or
chids and roses. Tho maid of honor
will wear a dross of pink canton cropo
and will carry a bouquet of roses.
A reception will follow the ceremony
at the brldo's home.
A pretty wedding took place on Wed
nesday evening at tho Lutheran Church
of tho Reformation, Carlisle and On
tario streets, when Miss Edith May
Morgan, daughter of Mrs. WUhelmlna
Morgan, of 8819 North Grata street, be
came tllo bride of Mr. Hnrry IV, Bobst.
Tho ceremony was performed by tho
father of the bridegroom, tho Rev. I.
W. Bobst. Tho brldo's sister, Miss WU
helmlna Morgan, was maid of honor.
Tho four bridesmaids wcro Miss Robo
Koln, of Ashland, Pa.; Mrs. Russell Mc
Donald, Mrs. Harry Rumtf and Mrs.
William Schneider. Tho best man was
tho bridegroom's brother. Mr. B. H.
Bobst, and tho ushers Included Mr. Ar
thur Biles, Mr. George Relmer, Mr.
C. T. Wllgus and Mr. P. W. Reese. A
reception followed tho servlco at the
homo of the brldo, where Mr. nnd Mrs
Bobst will llvo after a wedding trip to
By Lee Pope
My cuzzln Artlo wns crround yes
tlddny and wo tawlced about dlffrrnt
subjocta sutch ns weather munkios feel
mutch llko pceplo and weather It would
bo convenient or unconvcnlcnt to
Iiavo 8 legs ln a race, nnd Artie of
fered to swap mo his new kite for my
rubber band ball. Wich I wouldcnt,
und Artie sed, Well then I tell von
lets wat, lets each rite n will saying
we 11 leevo them to each other ln case
either of uh get killed unixpectedly or
enytlilng llko that.
AVlrh c did, Arties will being:
Ladles nnd gentlemen to whom it
may concern, I lienrby swnro on my
dying will that If I am found tied or
penniinently uncoushlsa for cny reason
Kenny I'otts can linvo my red nnd blue
kito inclooding the tnle nnd string com
bined. Yours truly, Artie Allxandcr.
And my will being:
This Is to scrtify thnt if I nm ran
ovvr by a ico wngin, fire engine or so
forth, or fnll off of n roof or out of n
window or down a olevater shaft or m
forth, or brake my neck by linWng a
snfo or n ico box or a piano or so forth
come down on it, this Is to scrtify thnt
my legal ottzsin. Artie Alixnndor ran
hnvo my rubber band ball. Respective
ly, Kenny I'ptts.
AVleli nftor we lincl rote them Artie
sed. lint heck, G wizz, these nint ony
good unless wo get n witniss to sine
them, and I sed, O, Hints rite, III get
And I took the 2 wIUh up to mn's
room ware bIip wn darning holes out
of socks, hnndltig her mine fcrst nnd
aii,wng. xiny, inn, win you sine tills ns n,
ich ma red It nnd then jumped up
nil ixcitrd nnd tore it up and then alio
made some nrmatie spirits of nmmonlii
nnd quick drank it nnd then nhi' gave
Die 3 fenrse oruclts to start with and
another ono every time I started to ix
plane, nnd bIio wouldont leevo me go
nut cny more nil day on account o ux
each year enjoyi the privilege of
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Checked Velour Trotteur
Trig Model, with blaa self
material atrappings. Tie belt
In brown, blue, green chccki.
English Tweed Suit
With large collar of Pahml or
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HOME FOR INCURABLES
IS HAPPINESS FACTORY
Patients, Though Bedridden or Otherwise Afflicted, Maintain
Zest for Life Amid
DIs Ih the placo whero they manu
facture pleasure und hnpplness," was
written under tlio plctura of n Jolly
looking little Putch boy. Tho entire
thing wns mndo by n one-tlmo school
teacher, now a patient In tho rhllndcl
phln Homo for Incurables, Forty-clghtb
street and Woodland nvenue.
And thoso few words express the
stato of thli mnn's mind. Crippled
most fearfully with rheumatism, this
man enn Just manage to mnko his way
about his room, nnd yet ench new dn.f,
which means ono day less for him, finds
him with n smllo on his faco and n
cheerful word for every one.
lie hns n largo, bright bedroom, com
fortable chairs, Immaculate bed linen
and everything to help make his life
Thoro are nbout lrift patients ln tho
home, somo crippled with rheutnntlsm,
others, suffering from henrt disease,
npoplcxy and locomotor ntaxia. All
know they nro beyond cure. One girl
! ?.," pmt'sm ?o badly thnt sho cau
not lift her hand above her waistline.
At meals sho uses n fork with a very
,0"B hnndIe- As visitors pass her door
ne lookn out nnd Binllcs, cheerfully
no?'lnK. "er head and nlwaj-s ready
with n bright answer.
One mnn was brought In tho home
not so long ago, who lay flat on his
oooJc nnd had lain bo for four years.
'The day ho enme here." said tho
pleasant superintendent. "I hnd the
nurse and orderly move him on his sldo
nnd ho was perfectly delighted. And
now ho is nblo to be moved quite fre
Itienlly. nnd his faco Is wreathed with
Tho superintendent pointed out n
cheerful littlo woman. "This patient."
she explained, "hns never in her life
walked. Always sho has wheeled her
self about in n chair, nnd yet for yenrs
sho did what I call raise a family. Sho
was tho nunt, and It was a case of
'Oh, Auntie .will do it.' Sho cewed for
tho children, mended nnd did what
chores sho could in her limited wav.
About hero she Xmlles the day long nnd
Is nlwnys glad to have company."
A lad sixteen years old with n broken
bnck wns sent to the home for care.
Ho had never been educated, nnd nil
day long -he could do nothing but gaze
out oi uie winuow. a colored mnn pn-1
tlcnt took pity upon him nnd tnught
lilm to read nnd write. And now the!
voting fellow smiles an lie rends the
jokes in magazines nnd diverts his
It'H no uncommon thing to fco two
or three old Indies with their heads closr
together, nnd bobbing in time to the I
wagging of tuelr tongues. There Is so
much to be diseusW ! A letter from
the mnrried daughter the other side of
the country, a recent visit of a friend
who brought welcome news of the
friends who could not get away for a
Tho dally papers idny n piominent
part in their lives nnd they are as well
versed on the news ns the people who
nrc nblo to be around.
One of tho women pntlcntH, who had
not left her room for four years, innn
nged to find her way down on Wednes
day to bcp a lliig-rntsing ceremony.
Yesterday sho was in bed, rather worn
out with tho effort, but cheerful, nnd
George Allen9 inc.
1214 Chestnut Street 1214
Presenting nil that Is newest and (smartest in Autumn Plats
for every occasion. Paris Model Hats in a wonderful display
and our own Hats wcro never lovelier. Prices arc decidedly
"Kayser Marvelfit" Union Suits
Special, Friday and Saturday, $1.75
Women's "Knyser Marvelfit" t'nlon Su,ts hat been specially pi Iced
for Frtdny nnd Saturday onl. I'amilly 12 35 All sizes.
Sale of Women's Heavy Pure Silk
Hosiery at $1.45 Pair
White, Black, Navy, Cordovan and Hussia Calf, in a heavy
weave of silk, the weight and texture of this Hose will surprise
you. It has lisle soles and garter tops and is a most dependable
Fancy Drop Stitch Silk Hose, in All the
Wanted Shades, $1.25
Drop-stitch hosiery Is much in demand for summer year and these
aro such excellent ulue u will want fcoveral pairs, there aro whlto,
navy. Ilussl.i calf nnd two-tono effect
Columbia Floss and Yarns
In Wonderful Assortment at Allen's
Nowadays, when every one is knitting sweaters, they, of
course, want the best floss and yams obtainable, so they come to
Allen's, whero the assortment of colors is the most vnrlcd in tho
New French Draped Veils
Vt'e liais just rci-eUed from Paris an Importation of the very lates
In veils. Tlieso nru diaped otr tha hat und t,how tho wonderful coloi
effects of tho ombioldery
Wc havo Just received a new
Face Powder An excellent quality
L'Orlcan odor Tho shades aro
ond llKht Itoac.
There Is plenty of all shades.
Sale of Roger & Gallet French Toilet
Articles, Very Specially Priced
Roger & Gallet French Lettuce Soap, usually 30c cake, at 20c
cake; six cakes in u tin box for 1.15.
Roper & Gallet regular 50c soaps, in vlolette, santal, hello
tropo and lilac odors, at 40c .cake; box of three cakes, $1.10.
Roger & Gallet French Vlolette Talcum, usually 35c,' at "oc
box; tax lc.
Roger & Gallet Infant Rice Powder, in paper packace
usually 15c, at 35c; tax 2c. Several odors. PacKaj,c,
Roger & Gallet Violetto Toilet Water, special, 51.15; tax Cc.
A New Importation Just Received of
Allen's French Hairnets, $1.00 Dozen
Tho quality of these new nets Is the beBt we have ever had. Thev
come In cap shape nnd Btralght shnpo In every wanted shade
AVhito and Gray Hair Nets aro 15c each: $1.50 a dorcn. In
determined to go down ngaln ns soon ns
sho "got her breath back,"
One Is Impressed with tho cheer
fulness nnd cozy ntmosphero of the
homo. In the reception room on n
table Is n bunch of large flowers thnt
makes one think of old-fashioned gar
dens brilliant nlnk astern so gay nnd
colorful nnd the cool green and white
There Is n large porch which over
looks n BpncloiiH yard nnd tho greenest
ofugrnBs for the children to drng their
crippled limbs nbout. The patients
who cannot hobble to tho porch are
brought out ln wheel chnlrs.
Tho men havo n smoking room nnd
thcro they congregate nnd dally dlecuss
tho "thingness of the la" ns they blow
thin streams of blue smoke to tho nir,
which rlso nnd mingle with tho blue
hnzo close to" tho celling.
(IzYvinlr Daiy Mat- 2!l5
UdinUi Nights at 8:15
The Film Sensation!
"Vivid realism backed
by magnificent spirituality."
ICENTC BUSTO ISXNCZ
A Rex Ingram Production
Prices All Seats Reserved
All Nlehts & Sat. Mat.. BOe. $1. I1.SO.
J2. Other Mats., COo, 1.00 and J1.50.
..SCATS HKLUNQ FOR NEXT WEEK
p . Nlchta at 8 US
Jr Orre8t Pop. Mat. Tomorrow
CMAIILES DILLINGHAM Prewnts
John Charles Thomas
In thd OOnGEOUB MUSICAL COMHDT
THE LOVE LETTER'
KHATH BRLI.INO FOIt NEXT WEEK
J Krutf Zlimntfrrnun u -ons itienxma
ucrmaiuonn & Snellen
AM. Tomorrow 15
In Hlg CMmoilv Surre. "HPANHAT."
11th & Lo.ttSll 2.JU, 7 &.U
Vaii1 lll I'l'-tilr--
Uth 'Irani '.' ;'M, 7
dm: a m n-i'tw
I ilinrtu Droail U Columbia -2 ;
UIDCIiy "HKH'N'n ".1
30. 7 4. 0
WILLOW GROVE PARK
HURRY OR YOU WILL MISS THE GREAT
MUSIC PAVILION RESERVED SEATS
ON HALE AT PARK.
Park Closoa Sunday, September 11
JANE P. C. MILLER
Conservatory, 1028 Chestnut St.
Prlvat Inaun.i. Adults
nna cniiareira tinni
Modern and Etthetlo Dan
C'aniirs Tnurr. t.vl
Pnnnt: Wal. 127
Face Powder, 69c
Imnortatlon of this fnmmi. Wrr.-u
nowdor fragrant with thn dellchifm
w.i,a i.i..i. 11-1 . . . .
lie, lean, light or dark Uiunott..
M'nr Tar, 3o n liox.
THIS IH PAtlAltOUNT WliiiK
GtorKi) Fltimaurlct's Ploturltatloa 1
nf Oertrire V. Hntiart's P'ay
Willi Richard Barthelmess
ind trnmeridouir enati nlo 1000 auxtllarUI
Added MUSICAL PIlOLOQUlS
Next Week cecil a
next wcck nu MILI(E.a
"Tho Affairs of AnatoP'
WITH THIS JNCOMPAnlULB CA8T
Wallace Held Glerla Swanaon
Elliott Dexter Hebe. Dnnlela.
Monte lllua Wanda Havrley
Theodora Itobarta Aenea Avra
Theodora Konlort Polly Iroran
lUymonil Hntton Julia Faya
1SU MA11KET BT.
10 A. M. to 11 P.M.
BETTY COMPSON ', V
"At tlie End of tho World"
A P'rt'ir--mi firwv-turular Drama
CdUlcl I n A. M. in llilfi
ELSIE FERGUSON ;Z?fi.:
VITTfllMA MARKET PT. abova 0TH
ViWUrUA n A M. o 11!1B P. M.
K. PHILLIPS OPPENHUIM'S BTOR.Y
"The Great Impersonation"
WITH JAMES KinKWOOD
PAPITOI 721 MARKET HTIIKCT
Vttt J 1 Vli OLOrtIA SVVANFON In
"THE GREAT MOMENT"
nFCFNT MAIIKET BT Ila on 1TTH
UbVJCtll PARAMOUNT WEEK
CARUSO in "MY COUSIN"
mifiNIAI atn- Av- "'low Chelten
VULUIllttLi OI.ORIA SWANSON ln
olyn" The Great Moment"
CROSS KEYS ""K y Sor"
Ru Vaiidox-illa Show. Headed by
ExrluMvo W. P, Paraonal Appearancs '
CI firtC MAIlKUr AT JUNIPER
CONTINUOUS II A. M. TO 11 P. M.
Screen' a Hnndinmeat Leading Man?
AND ma SURROUNDING niLL
RRDAnWAY oad i sntder
DlKJiUyjI VAUDEVILLE AND
ROSCOE (FATTT) ARRUCKLE In
' rRAZV TO MARRY"
A I I Ff.HFNY FRANKFORD AVE.
VAUDEVILLE P)rt a
GLORIA SWANSON ',;;,,..
v.t Wek THEDA RARA (HERSELF)
HULA 'H LII.UMM. TIIUAIREM.
DIRECTION LEi: .V J. 1. SUUOERT
Cwt AT rWi I iS
H:aicjiioinlat. Tomorrow JistasuuiM
EVKS. AT 8:15
WITH ORISINAU BROADVJAY CAST
SEATS NOW SELLING
Prices Eves. M $1.50
POP. MAT. THURS. ;, $1
1T'R'V vimir 111 FT PEATS S3
Tmerica's Leading IrisK Sirver
iX GorrvecUj Jvlfv or3
WALNUT S,rh- IuftKi5
Oper3 Tomor. Night at 8:20
l Vi TIVP f'N ANY STAGE
' -.. lv V (TO
T(iic nAtiw nfMti)titih
"awa ,.u i
A lilUMATi' PI'Tl ItiZATlON OK
T1IV WOniPS 1 AM Jt S CLASSIC
H'p ' la which ho and
i ' Jifteryon, playtU for
Reserved seats on snle today
at Academy and Heppe s.
An attfrtie mu:tal pi up am by
lllfllll - ti '"i H'li Inula nrilifiln.
i-roourca i aru i.ahi'ule,
i'ijt- imtiii' vhi"i'v; 1V.
I'AV ANl) NIC1IIT
Sept. 5 to 10
Orccs Aulrm That lag in 11,1. Air
Airlculiural Kihthiu. Am., Show HBin
nuclnif IV HlocU Show, eti.
nunnlnu IUc-i. '.trv Niht ligt Kutnrrtiy
A. A. A. Auto Races Sat., Sept. 10
Hpuclul trains from RudlnB Teituuml.
nnod nftUs to Kmunrin ..miiii,
COJirjOt'T AND JOIN rim cnowo
In H iib-,.,i Ksinar Plunlit
ROBERT EMMETT KEANE
& CLAIRE WHITNEY
Axalilfil I'l Tay Writ J.m.a
WM. & JOE MANDEL
IIIk rlur'OundlnB lrntiira Shuwl
i -tiawinK n woman in JUir'
This Week OnlyMat TiiS'Mi
AND IIIJR n-AVKJtfl IN
WAY DOWN EAST
ib ii r
h ciif i""M,ra fy j twaifcura "
of c -- y ?v
CxHIT OF HlTSLl
tj 11 l ci nftfw rljvTSfi SS3"'
5flL VL. j MtNRY
w5 WiWfl F
Popular Price: .?J,vf1n,,n,! & ,tQ . iA!$
Trocadero 'h lrHWM&M W ,
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