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& 'i ""'!.' ,'n,i'Vwn k it.li i ;m w iii. ,111 .-..M.f .1 j'f.' jj:'i':"y.i ' ;;. :;" fit" 'iii rr 'j; f " y,i"'.iiA fry),.'.';',1,'" '; foj,11' 'jw SOCIAL LIFEf IN CITY AND NEARBY TOWNS A MONO the l'hllndelplilans expected soon to A nrrlve from tlie war zono ale Dr. and Sirs. Benjamin . Heath, who, with their children, XtlW Alberta I'aliconat Itonth and .IohcpIi 1'an. coast Heath, have been spending the post three rears In Htvltzerlnnd and ,t'ari. Doctor and Mrs. Heath wilt occupy their house 1011 Walnut itrcct, which wna rented last year hy Mr. nnd Mrs. ! Theodore Marshall. Mrs. Itcatli was 5"ss Florence t'aucoast, a. daughter of Mis. Albeit 1'nncoaHt nnd sister 0( Mrs. Joseph K. Wldoncr, of Klltltm t'arls. Mis. A. Oarcscho Norris and lier little daugh ter. Miss Elisabeth Norrls, havo icttirncd to the' city nflfi' a summer spent In Onpe May and dm I'ocono Mountnlna. Mrs. Norrls will re main heio until somo time In October, when j ,he will sail for cuoa mm win spend the winter with her mother, Mrs. Augustus Wil ton, who Is living In Havana, MIm Hole" Olcason, of 2033 Chestnut strrct, gave a dinner Inst night which was followed by a bo paity nt the thcntic. Mr.'. Henry H. t'nncoast, her lalightcr, Mrs. A. Jt. Iliiov nnd son, Howell I), t'nncoast, and tlielr families have returned to Torresdnle after a two months slay In Wlldwood Crest. Thfie will be a club danco nt the Meriou CUckcl Club on Saturday night of this week. Mra. JIartold Ollllngham wilt shortly Issuo Invitations foi a largo debutante luncheon to be given In honor of her debutante daughter, Mies Cilth Harrold Ollllngham, nt Tho Ark, their attractive homo on l'rlce street, Gormait lown. early In November, About 35 or iO guests will be present. Sirs. Gllllnghnni will give n tea. to Introduce her daughter on Monday, Kovember 2. Henry V. Orahnin, foimerly of ticrmantown, now n resident of Illvcrslde, Cal., announces the engagement of his daughter. Marguerite Graham, to James II. AVIIson, of Phoenix, Atlz. The wedding vlll take place In the early autumn. Mr. and Mrs. Charlcmajne Tower und their daiightrrs, Miss Helen S. Tower and Miss C'crtrudo Tower, who aio nt The Homestead, their summer homo nt Wjiterbury, N. V., nro expected to return to tho city about the mid dle of October. Mr. and Mrs. William 31. Longstreth, who have been on an automobile trip through Now "York State, stopping nt Coopcrstown for a few days, will return to their home nt Pcnn and Knox sttects, German Vtwn, today. Their daughter, Miss Mildred Vincent Longsttcth, will be presented to society later In thei season. Mr. and Mis. J. Warren foulston, Jr., who have been taking short trip3 through the sum mer, havo returned to their ipartments at tho Rlttoiihousc. whete they will temaln during the winter. Miss Mary Victoria Green, who Is spending Beptember at the Delaware Illvcr Club, at Torrcsdale, will entertain nt dinner before thn dance to be given thero on Saturday, Sertom hei K, by a committee composed of A. B. Mitchell, Joseph M. Patterson and. 2d the Walter l. Kotterall. Mr. and Sirs. James Starr, who havo been In Nova Scotia for tho past six weeks will return to their lcsidcncc on Olney a'cnue, Ormantown, tomorrow evening. Tim monthly dinner and meeting f the board of diiectora of tho Philmont (buntry Club will occur :it the club this evenirg. rrl-ntls of MiS3 Harriet Weed rtnlg, of 1IIJ Spruce Htieet, will bo glad to hea,' of her afe return fiom London, where she wfi forced to rtmain for several weeks on nccoujt of the present trouble in Kuropo. Mrs. I,, A. ttowan nnd her duuintcrs, of 1 3 Spruce Htieet, have returned to own after spending the summer at Havcrford. The regular Tuesday nfternoon tas, which are held at tho Ladles' Clubhouse, Manhclm, have been resumed for tho fail, ml yester day afternoon was marked hy rttto a largo attendance. Mrs. James Francis Sullivan, Jiss Frances Mvingston Sullivan nnd Miss Iah. Livingston Bullivan will leave Nuringunsettpler the end ef thl week nnd will return to loir house in ItaUnor for tlio fall season. M Sullivuu ic turncd several weeks ago. Mr.-nd Mra. Sul livan will entertain extensive!: diiilt'ig the Hors how. In their box. Mr3. Jojeph Lcldy nnd Miss Ornelia Ield3 vro have been In Maine durig the warm eathoi, i.rvo Joined Doctor tidy In Nar Mgansett IMor. They will opcnfhelr house In fenlljn Fhortly, where they wf lemaln until latf in November or early Cccmbor, when they will movo Into their towi house- at 1313 Locust Ptrxet. Dr. nnd Mrs. eldy will glva Inigo dinner danco in honor'ff their daugh ter tho night of January 1. ,' Persons in this city and NSv Tork will bo Interested in the wedding of ass Agnes Gris woM Landon. duughtcr of Mr.ind Mis. Henry Hutton London, of New yrl. nnd Moses Tqjlir Pviie, jr ion of Jirf,mi Mrs, Jio,,.., Tajior Puie, of Princeton ',nil New Voik. The marriage will toko place n the Churcii of Bt. Bartholomew, New Yorl city, tlio after nn of October 20, Mr. Pje. wiiooo mother as Miss i;ttiv Stockton, o Trenton, has a number of relatives in this , nnd lias often Malted Uie. The Countess von Holnstn and Miss Robe 'on, who havo been motilng through New ItoirlQiul. nie stopping In Lenox for u few days. Miss Mary xorrU coclirj will rctuin to her "mo at m Soutli 22.1 t,tit about the middle ' Octobei "' and .Mrs, F WV-.,: 'B :. . "pp .& GtWr tfs,,'s f&mxt ' -ii j"S-ST' 3fK.i s : : .'? , I ' . ! U' 5 .r 0 contly returned fiom a threo weeks' tour through tlio Shenandonh Valley, Va., have opened their home on Herkclcy load. .. NAltDERTH Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jcrfciles, Miss Iltilda .fcfferlc.x, William .iefferlts and Lester .loffcrles, who spent tlio summer at their rottago In Ilrlstol, N. II., have opened their liome on NnrliTth avenue. .Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K. Derby have lc turncd fiom a visit to the Now England coast. ttynnewood Mr. and Mrs. Itnyburn Claris Smith, of Aubrey road, motored to Jamestown, It. I., this summer, wheie they spent two weekn; Inter tliey toured to Spring Lake. Mrs. Smith and her duughtcr. Miss Josophlne Smith, have recently returned from a short motor trip to Ocean City, where they wore tho guests of Mre. Smith's sister, Mrs. w. A. Klikpatilck. Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Mooio, who ure away on a Western tiip, are expected home the end of thifl montii, AKDMOllE -Mr. and Mrs. lid waul It. Lp Ilou-tlllK-r nnd family havo returned from Maine and opened their house on Edgewoort road. Mr. and Mrs. James Carstnlrs, of Old Gulf road, have retuined from Erie, P.i where they spent tho summer with Mrs. Cai stairs' father, Mutthow Taylor. M. and Mis, Walter S. Hopkins, their daugh ter, Mrs. Kdward II. Lycet, Jr.. nnd her little boy. have returned from a visit to Longpoit. IIWEHKOnn-Mr. and Sirs. Henry Bain. Jr., haw closed their cottage at Northeast Harbor, Me., and relumed to IIaorfoid. Mr and airs. W. M. McCawlcy. witli their duughtcr, Misn Elizabeth McCnwIry, havo ic turned fiom Grindstone Island, N. Y. They will occupy their ncnly erected house opposite tho new grounds of tho Merlon Golf Club shortly. -Mr. and Mrs. Joseph do F. Junkln have taken apartments at Havcrford Court for tho winter. iln. Itobert Inncs, of Ilaverford Court, has returned from Avon-by-the-Sea. DItYNMAwnMrs. George D. Wctherili. of Heatherfleld, has Issued Invltutlons for a tea to meet Miss Ada Lambert Wethcrlll, on Mon day, October 3. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Vauclaln havo closed their summer cottago nt Jamestown, R. I., and havo returned to ttosemont. ALONG THE READING Mr. nnd .Mis. Heiuy Paul Roily. .Miss nances Wst nall.. n.urrbpo.inre I,, n.-.llv 'tur e, toclny from Ha Head, wliere t(oy ' been spending the jmmer At tlieir cot- 'fe nn the oeenn fiont. The engagement of lls H.i.iy t Jnsepli Rmsid K(en was nil- utitiiu-. .i m u,n spring. We u.,,.,ti,v jjunioll. f the Rlenhlni. who J'tun.ij f,om i:ui ope Snuiduy. is spendtna a r'" ! i Atlantic Cy. Mr- aud Mrs Matthew Cafton nittmaim. of wyn aro being consnluLtcd on tho Hi tit bt on, hm !aat n,sIti ALONG THE MUN LINE uvtBDnoiiK-Mr. aiiiMrJnenJaniin Rowland, " '19 "vertirool. avtiuo. nave jeturntd from v'nieatou, f f Jlr. di.d Hi4. . (. Vc(ieln, of 64v Slier. ood acnue. Uverbwl" Jiaye returned fiom UP Jlay, .v. j. f MEfiION3rta Hy.ineThayer, of The Dust ', has leturncl fioj Northeast Harbor. Me. UuiiU M. Tha.i niu, jg s()u j Maine. -Mne.i ,011U. thUrct. "" and Mi. Percy C. Madeira. Jr.. hair taken the Morris Heikness house at Chelten Hills for the winter. Mrs. Madeira will bo ic membeted as Miss Margaret Carey, of Haiti more. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert and tlieir family will not return from Saranao Lake. N. Y.. to Red Top, their home at Rydal. until the middle of November. After Christmas Mr. and Mis. Gilbert will go Soutli for the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Nonis, who havo spent tho greater part of tho summer at their home, fiyp.y mil. IVnllyn, will move Into their town house, 231 South 22d street, about the middle or November. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edward Drayton, of tho Cedars, Penllyn, returned tills week from a summer spent in Rockport. Me. Edward . Smith has returned to his horns after a trip in Euiope, Mrs. James R. Turner will be hostess today at u card party which will be given at the Old York Road Country Club. These uffalrs aro held twice monthly ut tho Clubhouse and each nieetiug Is presided over by a different hostess. Countess Santa Eulalla has been spending the summer at her home In Ogonta. Miss Adelo Polk and Mies Lillian Hunter, of Jenklntown, havo leturned from a visit of tcvcral weeks In Ohio. .Mr. and .Mrs. John F. Glenn. 3d. and family havo closed their cottage hi Longpoit nnd io tinned to their home, 40i3 Warnock stieet, Logon. Dr. ami .Mrs. Richard V. Mattison closed their house, llushy Pink, at Nenpoit. today and will leturn to their homo In Amoler this week. They will stop in New Yoik en route, Mr. und Mrs. Chnilrs D. Jones, of Ambler Highlands, are thu giu-bU of Mis. Jones' patents at their home In Oeeaii City. MRS. WILLIAM P. O'NEIL Mrs. O'Ncil, before her marriage on Au gust 6, was Miss Marlanna Lippincott. Mrs. O'Ncil is at present the guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Bertram Lippincott, at their home in Bethayres. Mr. anil Mrs. O'Ncil will live at the Maidstone, 1327 Spruce street, this season. cngairment to Alfred 8. tteov wm announced In tho spring. Mtea Anna Taylor, of Cedrpn, Green lane, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Long streth Hoyd nt their homo In Ilaverford, Air. Edna Goodwin, accompanied by her son, SIclvln Ulggs Goodwill, has returned to Ger mantov.p fiom Ithaca, N. 1'., where they spent the summer. Mr. nnd Mis. Geoige Hoss Green, of 4IS West School HoUse lane, haVe returned front a month's stay nt Itehobolli Bench, Del. Miss Dorothy Green accompanied them, Mr. nnd Mis. Tlieron I. Crane, C444 Greene street, havo returned to their homo from Lako Plaeld, N. Y. Daniel Davis has iclUrned to town, having spent tho summer nt Capo May. Ho has taken nn apattment at tho Delmat- for the winter. Robert Rnthbun, of Ban Francisco, Is the guest of his aunt, Mrs Wheeler Lord. Mr. Rnthbun will leave shortly for Yale, where he will finish his coutso In mechanical engineering. Mrs. William W. Smyth l at present the guest of her nunts, tho Misses Frnzler, at their home in Greeno street. Mrs. Mendclson S. Meehnn and Mrs. John 0. Hums will entertain nt a garden paity at Mrs. Median's home, the Homestead, 3S0 Dorset street, on Frldny nfternodn. Tho affair will bo given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elton head, of Otnngo, N. J who have been the guests of Mrs. Median nnd Mrs. Hums for several weeks. Receiving with Mrs. Median and Mri, Burns will be Sirs. Thomas Median, Mrs. Thomas . Median. Mrs. J. Franklin Mee linti and Miss Vera Thotpc. Assisting them wilt he Miss Cntharnio Lannlng, Miss Elizabeth Median, Miss Mabel nutter, Miss Rosa Mce linn mid Miss Emma Rutter. Mt.. Francis Reeves, Jr., of Abboltsford ave nue, will return to her homo on Monday, after having spent the summer tit Buck Hill Falls. Miss Charlotto Urooke, of 6233 Archer street, left today for a week at Atlantic Clt. Miss Gertrude llcilcy, of Wlssalilckon, will also be with Miss Hrooko for tho week. NORTHWEST PHILADELPHIA Miss Maud Buchanan, of 22C1 North Eigh teenth Btreot, spent the past week-end with a paity of friends in Ocean City, N. J. Mrs. Walter Hatty and her daughteis, .Miss Emma I, Batty and Miss Grace Batty, have ciosca tneir cottage In Wlldwood. N. J., and re turned to their home, 2720 North Eleventh street. Mr. and Mrs. Win. J. Atkins, of 2M0 North Seventeenth street, havo for their guests Mrs. Frank Reeves, of Vontnor, N. J., and Miss llnlllo Gray, of Mlddletown. Del. Miss llortense Levy, of 1424 North Fifteenth street, and Miss Helen Abrnhamas, of .3130 Diamond street, arrived home Saturday after having been isolated from the outside world In tho smnll town of St. Jean du Dolgt, Bilttany, for IS days. Mr. and Mrs. Monls Dannenbuum, of 1001 Spring Gurdcn street, arrived from Pails, France, Saturday, September 12. Mrs. Jnmes Rngan. of 1007 Master stieet, has closed her apartment In Atlantic City and re turned home. Tho Misses Cairoll, of 170S Giraid avenue, after spending the summer at Atlantic City, have returned for the winter. Miss Gettrude Mngco, of 1740 North l'aik avenue, has returned from Ocean City, where she ivas visiting friends. Mr. and Mis. William R. Blair, of 3214 West Susquehanna avenue, returned on Monday from Ocean City, where they spent the summer. Miss Esther Bllckley. of Grand Rapids. Mich., is visiting Miss Eleanor Hunslcker. of 2321 North Thirteenth street, prior to her depait uie for Smith College. Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels, or ISO! Diamond stieet, iias icturncd from Woodbury, N. J., where she was tho guest of hor sou and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mis. Samuel Daniels. Miss Alice Hnalam, of 1518 North Nineteenth street, will leave during the week to completo her course nt the Buckncll University. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fold, of 1023 North 33d stieet. havo returned home after spending the season at A'ontnor. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Howett, of 1930 North Seventh street, will remain in Atlantic City through the early fall. Mrs. Henry S. Louehhcim. of 1010 Green street, will be at home on Saturdays In October. guest ot Mr. V. Vcr.ztr, of North Broad street. frs, David Oeikler, of 3S27 North Sixteenth street, will leave on Saturday for several weeks' stay In Atlantic City. Mrs. Charles 'O. Murtha, who has been at Atlantic City for the past fortnight, has te turned to her home, 1713 Tioga street, where she will entertain extensively during the sea son. Robert D. Lodge, after an extended trip through the West, has returned to his home, 1115 Venango street. 1 ,i, I. Jill ii ill "ifll iln m lllliill ! lAwnwpliwiillii III 'i "- ' ,- ., j... :. . fi . r 11,1 I III ,1, . I I M II. ,..-...... . .. . --- J. - ... I. . . 1 MbwiMM ii , im ' i i i ' ' ' ' ' "- THE DRAMA m -, . ., J - , ROXBOROUGII Mr. and Mrs. Charles C Cox and their fAmfly have returned to their homo on Lyceum avenue, after spending the summer at their cottage In Ocean City. Mrs. Harry T. Jones, of 121 Fountain street, entertained a house patty over the week-end. Her guests were Miss Mary Ellena Colee, Mlsi Miriam Colee, of St. Augustine, Fla.: Mrs. Howard Stuckert, of Woodbury, N. J.; Miss Gertrude Bottom, Miss Estelle Bottom, Mrs. James Hayes and Miss Edna Kcrfer. Miss Emily Wolfel, who has been the guest of Mrs, Louisa Brecht, of Lyceum avenue, for several weeks, has leturned to her home In Pittsburgh. Dr. and Mra. David Custer, .of Gieen lane, have leturned from an automobile tour through Pennsylvania and Maryland. Mr. nnd Mrs. E Hunter Lord and Mrs. Lord's mother, Mrs. S. J. Goodfellow, of Lyceum ave nue, have returned from a month's stay In Anbury Park. Miss Jiatharlnc Harris and her ntace, Miss Katharine Shoemaker, of Lyceum avenue, have rreturned from an extended stay at Bedford Springs, Pa. WEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lyman, of M32 Spruce street, have returned from their camp at Lako Placid In the Adlrondncks and hav opened their house for tho winter. They made the trip through New York and New Jersey by motor. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nelson Spencer, who spent the Bummer at Atlantic City, haie le turned to their home, 4903 Cedar avenue. Mis. William W. Farr, who has been occupy ing Sea View, her cottago at Chelsea, for tho summer months, will open her house at 3902 Walnut street, next week. Dr. nnd Mrs. Thomas E. Turner and Miss Doiothy Turner, nfter spending the summer at Huddon Hall, Atlantic City, have returned to tlieir home, 422S Pino street, for tho winter. Miss EIslo Morris Brlnton, who has been spending several weeks in Cape May, has re. turned to her home at Hampton Court. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rob! nh old and family, who spent the Bummer at Wlldwood, returned to their home, C133 Larchwood avenuo, last wclc. Mrs. A. E. Buinham, of Hampton Court, has leturned to the city after a ten days' visit to Corson's Inlet. MIsi Anna McIIugh, of 5013 Chester avenue, will bo tho guest of the Misses Hutchinson, of Fairmont, W. Va., for the next week, and on her way home will stop at Washington, D. C to visit friends. Pi kt 'i wM M 8 M r -M Wl 1 I 0m it m i ret "wid PJi " ,' USA '& iH:fti L; $ Ml " :- vw THEATRICAL DAEDECK.ER SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Dunlap, wlfo of Major II. II. Dunlap, of the Marine Corps, Is visiting in Washington, whete she will piobably remain for the winter. Mrs Chatles It. Sanderson, wife of Captain Sanderson, is also In Washington. Mr. and Jlw. Charles L. Vlguern, who spent the summer at Chelsea, have returned to their home nt Fifteenth and Mooie streets. Mr. and .Mis. Edwin G. Close, of 1313 South Broad street, aro occupying their new home In Overbiook. Mr. and Mra. T. A. Daly and their daughter, Miss Estiier Daly, who have been apendlng th summer at their cottage in Veritnor, will shoitly open their house on Soutli Broad street. CHESTNUT HILL Mr. and Mr. Joseph Sill Clark will icturn to Kates Hall, their icsldonce on Highland avenue, on Monday next. Mr. and Mis. Claik have spent the summer at Southampton Mr. nnd Mis. Robert Massey Drayton and -Miss Evelyn Drnytou, who have been spendlns the summer with Mi. Drayton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry' Edward Drayton, at Rock port, Me., returned yesterday to their home in St. Martin's, Mr. and Sirs. Alexander Henry, Jr., spent August nt Longport nnd are now occupying thdr house at 7203 Creshdm road. Mr. and Mr3. E. Earle Johnson have re turned to town from a month's stay at Long port. Mrs. Johnson wilt be remembered as Miss DouglaB Hoi rough j, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Moore Slmonln and their son, Eugene Slmonln, havo closed their cottsgo at Buck Hill Fnlls, where they soent th 6iimiwr, nnd havo returned to their home at Xaviilio und Moreland avenues, Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Cummings, formoily of Germantown, aro at present residing witli their daughter nnd son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Sargent Hoffman, in Geyservllle. Sonoma County. Cal. Mrs, Cummings Is spending some time In the East, and Is at present the guest of Mr.'. Chatdca M. Canim at 100 Gowetf How Khaki Was Made Khaki, the color which tendeia soldiers so difficult to see. was discovered by a happy ac cident. The British troops In India wore a cot ton uniform which, when It was new, was khaki in color, hut after a -visit to the laundry was indescribable. A Manchester business man, discussing this defect, remarked casually that a fortune awaited the man who could find a Uhakl dye that neither sun, soap nor soda would fade. A young officer heard the remark, hln'd n ?Uilful native dyer, and began tho 6cat(h. Y-ais passed In fruitless experiments, till one day, turning over a heap of taps, lelhvs of their taiiuicr. they chanced upon one piece whith was still khaki, though the laundry had worked its will. But It had received no special ticatment. so far as they knew, except that It had fallen into a metal dish. That was the secret The metal of the dish and the chemical In the dyo had combined to produce that fade less khaki color which makes our soldiers in- visible and turned the lieutenant into a million, aire. 'iildi Went, JI " "Hi, .Mput ivt,M tottuge CERMANTOWN A quiet wedding will be nolemnUeil this atter UQun at 1 o'clock ut the homo of Mr. Romaiue h'ey&or. i West Rltttuhuuse street, when her daughttr, Jllsi Helen Clark, wilt become the btide of Rudolph V. Rlldstll. Ji. The cprc-ir-uny will be performed by the Rev. Doctor L'sJohu, of St. Lukts'a lectory. Immediately afterward the bride and bridegroom will leave for Winter Haven, Florida, uneie they win uiako tlieir home. The wedding will he e tremdy imU't. only the immediate fainiUe will ItUuMuemsr anil i 1 iuwnt. , The Last Wild Pigeon Accuiding to tho Audubon Society, the laat wild pigeon in this country died in the Zoologi cal Gardens at Cincinnati on Sept. 1. Within the memory of men now living, vast flocks of these birds actually darkened the skies during their migratory flights. Unrestricted killing b guns, snares, traps, wiped them out. This should carry in own warning to those who aie fighting the enforcement of the Fed eial law for the, protection of migratory birds. What happened to the wild pigeon might well happen to the quail, the partridge, the wild duck and other game birds already gmwing fewer, and the countless song birds and insect raie-s. This would be a poor countty If that weie permitted to happen. A Question of Hanging On rroni ir. sprlnjntld republican. WINSOME PEGGY WOOD in "Adcle" Garrick OXFORD SAVANT STUDIES ETRUSCAN POTTERY HERE Professor Beazlcy Comes to University Museum to Collect Material. for Book On Art of Ancients. In the University of Pennsylvania Museum Prof. J. D. Beaidey. of Christ Church College, Ox foid, has been studying for more than a week the rate and graceful traceries of ancient Etruscan vases. The University collection Is one of the most completo in the world, and naturally attracted Professor Beazlcy, who is Inspecting virtually all collections of Hny note. He Is prepaiing the first book to bo devoted exclusively to the artistic side of Etruscan pottery. When Rome was an insecuio little hill town, 2iOO years ago. Its neighbors north of the Tiber were making the great and little vases which were to form the most beautiful antique treas ures possessed in America, A hundred yearn later wild bauds from the mountains ravaged Etruria, and tho Rorrian soldiers of the next generation found the inhabitants easy p're.x, phyalcally and racially, to their maitlal dom inance. Pottery making, with the extinction of Etruscan Individuality, ceased, but in their brief timo the Etruscans had made vases such as the world hns never made since. Practically all Etruscan pottery Is lively with human figures. These represent, with painstak ing accuracy, the daily life of the people, or the events of their history, and It is because archaeologists have been more Interested In leading the history of the mysterious pre Roman period from these cryptic records that the purely artistic side of the study has been more or less neglected. In spite of the difficul ties before him. Doctor Beaeley is making sat isfactory progress with his work, and h.ia al ready catalogued most of the extant specimens in tho world into their rightful schools. A great many of the vases bear the names of their makers, and those which are not signed tan usually be assigned to particular period and cultuir, A wine Jar. mounted -with a trainer and his two fiery steeds, has especially atracted the English scholar-aattcntlon. and he Intends to Institute a search of all the museums in the world In an endeavor to find Its counterpart. The dealgri of tho figures is remarkablv bold and realistic. r. of West On- wltH ln. dissolution of tha Huerta Govern- ',,,, ' ment a.id the dlsbandment of the Federal ned in Zurich. I army now completed, we should have but one iB1,l,.a.,1 the stars ""I t"Pes yet wave.-Gen. crdi in.. J.ry patriotic- Mexican would be eirxcted to entertain such a sentiment, nut tha UnUefl StateH llagis not In Vera Crux to itay Tli2 Yr"1'.?.n,h,,s ? Inquired. "Who will haul it down? Even- Antran T,.l. ,. .- 1.' i."'. 'i "' hj i.umc-ii from h mjuUU'a i. I m tfiM-.M Ei ben. ttd. JJi Elizabeth vYUter Jus returned n her 1 ouic from UieUeu, where alio has been tlit Outiiio street fc .. ' "I M- Uliliam iliMiuvi iliss Uiatera Mi-s Lyuia Lutcli. ut Ea.-i TIOGA Mr. and Mrs. Charles Z. Reel, of 33U; North Seventeenth street, have tcturned home after spending tho summer In Atlantic City and Abbury Park. Mr. and Mis. Werner Itschnc toilo stieet. l.ae been detained it. kh,.i, , A'EVi .?S '." f2an"me.n ...f ." Federal .,. ..., ..,... ,. .. -- flVl-'JT," '"iL''-t?r- ". '' 'va Dut one oniuvDuuu, iu.iu,,,K M)c)r ,uur mrousn Eu- i , r; ,:", iT. v.. iJ , ." c " ll ' numtiiat- rope, atul will sail for America early In Oc tober. Mr. and Mrs. Gabtiel Gtulohii, of ;ios West Tioga street, havo leturned from Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Read, of Yotk road, returned from Ocean City today. Mr. and Mis. David Charles Murtha and their daughter. Miss Eleanor Murtha, of nr West Tioga stieet, are pausing the early full in Atlantic City. Misd Beatrice Murtha has gono to Delair, N. J., for a fow weeks. George Foster and his brother. Artliut Fos ter, who spent the season touring through Europe, have leturned to tlieir home, VXQ West Allegheny avenue. Miss Rae Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel T. Fox, of West Tioga street, will leave on September 27 for Washington. D. C. where she is a student In tho National Parli Seminary. Mr. aud Mrs. Otto Spahr have closed their summer hom in Ocean City and have ie- iiirn.a to tuir 'iioga residence, liu wet i t a the ?i?"- T','V ?u,Mo" " "'"! "hen the evTcua tion should take place. .Mexicans can oblouil secure evacuation mos; quickly by acting ud a constitutional government and supporting It iS a way to show that another tlvh war l ot mmlnent. It seems to be the Presldenri policy to hang on to Vera Cruz until he ts con. VJ??'Ll ihV l,he ? "n hang on to them: seles. It should not take long for them to tonvince him. r mem to Fanners to Protect Uird$ From ih I.oumlll fourlti-Journ! Tho suggestion is made by V. n. ltamen State Game Warden of Tennessee, tn a circuUi" recently Issued, that farmers should organ!,, for the protection of birds. ram, iT.?? md"J' farmers cither look upon birds wtth Indifference or with absolute enmltv a hl which now and then grabs a grain of corn 'or wheat, a hero or a cherry. Is regarded i. i chronic marauder, whereas he pay5 n sertlca many times oyer, for all that he geta. liVfiSt he Is a reliable ever) -day farm hand, workinjf seven da In the week, t-ain or shine and nlth.' "th. faiL TBKi .' ""? uy work far into the nigh Coitly Living Subject for Drama "The tragedies whioh result from extravagant living and the demands of selfish women upon men offer material for the hoped-for 'great American drama." " ercai Thus declared Miss Helen Ware, the charm ing actress, who will appear at th aS Theatre n.U Monday evening. In a .t by Edward Locke, entitled 'The LyoU ' , .1" ha" .been M mucn discussion con cerning tho great American play as that mv?h ical bird, "the great Amerii "ove " (1 V are's statement Is of Interest not only to wncerns""" "' th" PUb"C whom '-&? The great American plsy must deal with vital problems, problems that confront : man and woman.- continued Miss Ware "And one of the most Intimate, if not most mo,' mentous problem, concerns the outlay for house flu,! fnnrt Dti (tr uuae, "Americana, as a rule, have :l tendencv i live be, ond their Income. They want to ,?.t time a semblance, of prosperity, to keep ' aS. pearance, make a shov. in mMlll" P,J? nay ba duo to the fact that our peopfe ar optimists, nnd. as .uch, believe that the dl! denudes of today will be supphed by the ovr abundance prodded by tomorrow. But 1. f" The evils of the high cost of living, of debts extravagance, result In tragedies-tragedies fehakesperlan in their suffering and Human im happiness. For the dramatNt. soekln T0J,nt the life of his toy, these are rich ,rf drama f material. A play of this sort would opmYhS closet I., which is confined tha skee,on "o", modern domestic life. Stitli a p3 houid ten the simple story of the traged in the , UveJ the, who live for appearance, the gratlfleatinn of vanity, but who, greatest PleaJuT. "s , iS for in the end b the greatest sorrow, who determined purpose devoted to light iivi showa a lack of strength of character, and in self-denial. It will be a play In which th female, roles will play a dominant part For ti. it we -will see that men are slaves tr. ...'' and that women can. If they will, exercise V influence over men in restraint. temperaton. modesty of living, which will not inly mat?, them better husbands, but better citizens." No Dearth of Doctors I'rora tbe LouUvlUt Courier-Journal. A medical education may be more m now than It wa In the pait. but It i"10e ifirS ucjuuu tuc ikciiui aiuuiiioug ounir miti thn.: ADETPHI "Help Wanted." comedy hearing a. "stop, look and listen" wai drama amine- to young women venturing Into tho danger worm or modern iuninens. BROAD "Drugged," by Owen Davl. atarrtng John Mason. Rlp-roarlng, teetli-onedge mclodramn In evening clothes. Recommended, us sure thriller. . . ., CHESTNUT STREET OPEnA HOUSE "Ca. birla," one of the most spectacular moving picture dramas ever presented, showing it cataclysmic volcanic eruption, tho destruo Hon of a city nnd tho annihilation of n ileet FORREST "ZJegfcld Follle." Great fun, eor ruscatlng costumes, gleeful girls. OARRICK "Adelo," French operetta, roteata romanre, siren singing. Georgia Calne aa a Parisian rnchantrcsR. WAIjNUT "Hlberla," thrilling as It was 3J years ago, ret tain to keep fair damsels from exploring the snowy steppes for romance, Abounding Amusements in Versatilo Vaudeville While the autumn productions In serious drama have been an unfertile as a stow spring, the varieties of amusement In vaudeville hai been suiprlilngly varied and prolific. Fiom New Tork comes the promise of many new and elaborate ploys and muslinl comedlei; It will be several weeks, however, before th mote pretentious amusements come along In the meantime, novel and important attractions aro scheduled for the variety houses, tho most important nt present being the nppearimco of Jtr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle, possibly the most celebrated and popular of living danco orig inators, next week at Keith's. The amuse ments presented this week offer begullcment for any mood and appeal to every phase of taste. Broadway From Hammersteln's, Now TorU. where they made a hit, have come the "Famous Goldert" troupe, who, In various picturesque costumes, engage In whirlwind dances of the sort that make you dizzy. Green and Plant perform on the high wire. Steppe, Goodrlslt and King present a rathskeller act; Chauncey Monroe, and company a humorous sketch, and Mllli nnd Moulton various "cccentrlctles In vaudeville." Keystone Musically and meirlly "Tho Boaiding School Oirls" perform the mndcnp csenpados of ex uberant youth. Rosalind nnd May La Follette are pleasing In a dancing net. Warring and Manning, In comic bong;, nnd tlio acrobatic Wally Trio are among a wcll-vai legated aud entertaining list. Colonial Supposing you were about to be mart led and all your former sweethearts appeared to you In a dream, Just how ono young man con fronted this situation is amusingly depleted by Eldon In a funny act. "His Awful Dream," with Dessla Clifton Impersonating tho ladles of the past. ' Globe Sweet ii tho music that comes from the un seen, and mysterious and magical aro tha strains of the invisible band directed by Edna. Lowell. Asldo from the eerie effects of this act there is a bill of well-assorted amusements. In cluding the well-known song writer, Will Mor rissey, and the original "movie girl," Nellie Hackett. In a program of song; Tom Gllion. with a fund of Irlh talcs, and Anthony nnd Mack, in a hinging and talking skit, "Th Italian and the lios.V Keith's Blossom Seely. recalled to New York yester day hy the death of her mother, has been re placed by Albert Perry and company In a on act comedy, "Reno and Return." N: lxon J. a. woman bound to levcal her past to the man she marries? In a one-act play tho Rev A. J. Waldoil deals witli this nrohtam rrul seriousness of this interesting question la offset by a considerable number of entertainments ot a lighter nature. Character and dialect stories are told by Frank Bush, "on the Rlalto," a laughable satite on vaudeville, is given by Weber and Elliott, wnile amasing ntunts In acrobatics ate accomplished by the Thres Bartos. Grand A tide or joy canics the audience through Tate's "Motoring," a well-liked vaudovllle act. Two Phlladelphlans. Ebtellu and Lorraine, pre sent a startling novelty in dancing, while musical acts, songs and Juggling aio included In tlio bill. "- Empirt; A pretty chorus, dazzling costumes and fas cinatlng songs. The Ureamland Eurlesqucrs "catch" the audience. Ornlieuin Fun in an airship, with numeious comediennes and pretty gitls. William Penu Tho merry adventures of ten children In "Tha Dream Pirates" will appeal to nil grown-ups who preserve something of the spirit of Petor Dumont's Amusing burlesque on the wireless operations of tho now-famed station at Sayvlllo. How messages are not received from the at of Stanley Thealns Automobiles lined up nlong Market street re call tho attendants upon grand opera. Jaclt I.ondon's moving picture. "The tidvssey of th North." draws bv its exciting penis and heroic deeds. AMI SEMLNTS. loews ivnickerbocker class school are moderate, and h'i..T-!?f"': 32.rJ. ", Wul8 r busy tha American Medical Association a how. . tioi, for the good they do The, c arV thousand. forV It ma "be assumed Vat Wi,. ,Vh.,r' '' " " iv-' int. n on- s-"-',i!t, .rei.K., cduaU-'n pei TlIi:ATl'.i: M..r:.rf ti,m. in,i. f. Cominuoui Vtri urnim,. e trum 1 to 11 p r Hit.. All Spi. nx j;,.inKt. 10c. ISo. ii,e Georse Moore & Elliott Florence IN A MATHIMoVIM. hlllhTITL'Tn" C OTHER SELECT C J VAUDEVILLE ACTS J AND BPKt'UL IMtnt.lt am ,,' PHOTCM'UAVfl THE J'VUA.MijfNT PICTUIIE8" STANLEY FIRST SHOWING 11 to n IACK LONDON'S "AN ODYSSEY of the NORTH" Next it(k. M.r l'lckfori. St 1 II , ;.ITTI,15 QUKKN Cn,. .?iiiss. f mjimjjk ,;,';;& OZ" CHESTNUT STREET JSggi TWirK IILV LAST i weeks'8 ..v..... v...b i-iiui npectaci UITU Ult'lIKSTRA .U ('IIOKL'S Enenrmi t Ponithely &.' S-j'uMas SestcMber SI rtlc Slatlncfii 10 13. 85. Kwnlnt. fc. a. Bat. IV .WDEn JtTAKTbK! Chrttfnni utul lnnl..ti.. t. .. .. - . -.. : " " .1 iriKiiivni. im u,uurf'i)n, jmia i'urtu. atyl Other Nitt Week Mr anJ Mn Wn.oii tatl iT)iemlyr) "FORREST teVtai., &K -tVVU ' ZIEGFELD FOLLIES CABIRIA nearmi t Totithely J tlc Slatlncf 10 13. B. F. Keith's Theatre Auncivr riiitHv & i'o atui Bh..T' Tn Ilrlil bhi GARRICK feiW; feS.-'.V X?l A DELE Br broad Sffi!, SSiw,Sa.'Ji' JOHN MASON in Drugged CASINO TIIKATHK Mat rlly ' 1N l- REBVfca HEAL TV S -ifflS TANGO rONTKST KKIUAV NIOIIT snort DUMONT'S li !,- r n liSTRMt.U "ill ft Ai-i Ii KTP.KB'II 1 '' I .'j.