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EVENING" LESgEB-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1914.
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SOCIAL LIFE IN CITY
AND NEARBY TOWNS
....,,.i-viui nf Interest to Persona In thin
city wilt lie tnat ' JIlJ,s CRrflo Bruco
jlorton, of OraliRO, Va., and William Sawtell
itulr, of the Blenheim.
tlss Morton Is the filgter of Judson Morton,
t Orange.
r Mnlr Is n. widower, his first wlfo was
ji'ifg Chichester, n slater of Mm. Felix du Pont.
Wllinlngtoh, Del. His brother, John Walling
ord Mulr, married Miss Mary P. Brlnley, of
thlo city, ceveral years ngo.
Tl,o wedding will tako placo In St, Thomas
j,pl,COpnl Church, Orange, October 7, at 8
D''Clo k and will bo followed by a reception and
Hipp"- at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William
Walton Harper, at Pellso, Orango, Va.
Miss Charlotto H. Brown, daughtor of Mr.
,n,j Mrs. Samuel F. Houston, will bo among
ho debutante of tho season and will bo In
troduced at a largo tea and garden party, which
HI bo given aomo tlmo In October by her
rnts at their beautiful placo, Drulm Mlor, In
i. Martin's, which Is a station of Chestnut Hill.
V,ir Houston and her daughter, who havo
btcu spending tho Iato summer In Maine, are
-xpected to return homo the latter part of this
month.
Another vory popular dobutanto who will bo
prasontcd this season will bo Miss Virginia
Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W.
B, Roberts, of 1S0G Do Lancoy place, MIsb
Iloborts has been spending tho summer at one
of the harbors In Maine. Her sister, Miss
Elizabeth Roberts, will bo married this fall to
Robert Chesterfield Clay In St, Mark's Church.
Miss Jano Harding, daughter of Mrs. George
Jasper Harding, will malco her dobut at a tea
dansant, which will bo given at tho Bcllovue
Stratford the aftornoon of Tuesday, November
10. MIm Harding, who hao been spending tho
past year In Ports, Is marooned abroad, and so
far It is not known when sho will b able to
secure passage.
Another dobutanto -who, -with hor parents, Is
marooned abroad Is Mlts Jean C. Bullitt, the
d&to of whose debMt has not yot been decided
upon. Miss Bullitt lias been spending a fort
night at Ventnor In tho IbIo of Wight, as tho
guest of Mrs. Sedgwick. Later eho will Join her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Logan M. Bullitt, In
London, and will roturn as soon ni they can
tt passage.
Invitations havo been Issued for Mrs. Oeorgs
Brooke's Auction Club, tho first meeting of
which will take place the first Monday In No
vember. As the membership of this card club has ln
cicased so much slnco last year, It has been
decided to hold tho meetings in tho New
Century Club on Twelfth street near Walnut,
Instead of tho Acorn Club, where tho club has
met for a number of years.
Anions tho Phlladclphlans expected soon to
arrive from tho war zone are Dr. and Mrs.
Benjamin B. Heath, who, with their children,
JIIss Alberta Pancoast Heath and Joseph Pan
coast Itc.ith, have been spending the past three
jenrs In Switzerland and ParlB. Doctor and
Mrs. Heath will occupy their Iioubo 1911 Walnut
etrcet. which was rented last year by Mr. and
Mrs J Theodora Marshall.
Mrs, Heath was Miss Florence Pancoast, a
daughter of Mrs. Albert Pancoast and sister
of Mrs Joseph H. Wldener, of Elklns Park.
Mrs. A Claicsciio Norrls and her little daugh
ter, MIms Elizabeth Norrls, havo returned to
the city after a summer spent In Cape May and
the I'ocono Mountains. Mrs. Norrls will re
main here until some tlmo In October, when
she will sail for Cuba and will Bpand the
whiter with her mother, Mrs. Augustus Wil
ton, who is living In Havana.
Miss Helen Qleason. of 033 Chestnut street,
gave a dinner last night which was followed
by a box paity at the theatre.
Mrs. Henry B. Pancoast, her daughter, Mrs.
A H. Iluoy and son, Howell D. Pancoast, and
their families have returned to Torresdalo after
itno montlm' stay In Wildwood Crest.
There will bo a club dance at tho Morion
Cricket Club on Saturday night of this week.
Mrs. Harroid Gllllngham will shortly Isbuo
Invitations for a large debutante luncheon to
be given In honor of her debutanto daughter,
Miss Eritli Harroid Gllllngham. at The Ark,
their attractive home on Prlco stroct, German
town, early in November. About SS or 40 guests
IU be present. Mrs. Gllllngham will give a
tea to Introduce her daughter on Monday,
November 2.
Henry L. Graham, formorly of Germantown,
now a resident of Riverside, Cal announces
the engagement of his daughter, Marguerite)
Graham, to James II. Wilson, of Phoenix,
Ariz, The wedding will take place In the
rly autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlemagne Tower and their
daughters, Miss Helen S. Tower and Miss
Gertrude Tower, who are at The Homestead,
their Kummer homo nt Waterbury, N. T are
expected to roturn to tho city about the mid
dle of October.
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Longstreth, who
hive been on an automobile trip through Now
ork State, stopping at Cooporstown for a
few daya, will return to their home at Penn
Mil Knox streets, Germantown, today. Their
laughter, Mlsa Mildred Vincent Lonsstreth.
"Ill be presented to oclety later In thn
easoii.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Warren Coulston, Jr.. who
&ve been taking short trlpa through the sum
r. have roturned to their apartments nt tho
ttenhouue, where they will remain during the
winter
M'sa Mary victoria Green, who Is snondtng
"Ptcmber at the Delaware River Club, at
rresdale, will entertain at dinner before the
beTV0 b ElVe" lher on Saturdliy' Soptem
Mil k by a comm'ttee composed of A. B.
'lichen, Joseph M. Patterson and, 2d the
"alter L. Fotterall.
v aml Mr8, Jam" s'ar, who have been
retu , SCtla f0r th0 past slx weeka- ,vl"
Cr" . thclr M,lJenc on Olney avenue,
"mantow". tomorrow evening,
boarl m,0nth'y 0mncr m(1 mating of the
Cluh ?,. dlrec,ors t the Phllmont Country
P,t . CCUr nt the c,ub "' evening
,,'' of Miss Harriet Weed Remlg, of
safe r UC8 atrect' Wl" h0 to h ""
to rem i r" '""" I'0IU0. IM "he was forced
ere..?.. r eevcral week" on account of the
Pwnt trouble In Europe.
l's,, U A' Rowan and her daughters, of
"WndW0!61""' h"ve "tamea to town after
Wiling the iUMmw at Httverford
-Jr. ami Mrs. char,M Brndford VraUy who
lilL almn,ntB the summer at Northeast
ruor. wm lfiave there nbout 0ctobflr j and
W move into ,helr home. The Lodge, on Sun-
avenue. Chestnut Hill
Uv,rS...Jami3 Franc" Bulllvan. Miss Frances
6ulUvL BU1,lvan ana Miss Leta Livingston
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MRS. WILLIAM P. O'NEIL
Mrs. O'Ncil, before her marriage on Au
Eiist 6, was Miss Marianna 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. and Mrs.
O'Neil will live at the Maidstone, 1327
Spruce street, this season.
of this week and will roturn to their houso In
Radnor for tho fall season. Mr. Sullivan re
turned several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Sul
livan will entertain extensively during tho
Horso Show, In their box.
Mrs. Joseph Lcldy and Miss Cornelia Lcldy,
who havo been In Maine during the warm
weather, have Joined Doctor Lcldy In Nnr
ragansott Pier. They will open their house In
Penllyn shortly, whero they will remain until
late in November or early December, when
they will move into their town house at 1319
Locust street. Dr. and Mrs. Lcldy will glvo
a large dinner danco In honor of their daugh
ter the night of January 1.
Persons In this city and New York will bo
Interested In tho wedding of Miss Agnes Grls
wold London, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Htltton London, of New York, and Moses
Taylor Pyno, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Moses
Taylor Pyne, of Princeton and Now York.
Tho marriage will tako place In tho Church of
St. Bartholomew, New York city, tho nftor
noon of October 20. Mr. Pyno, whoso mother
was Miss Htta Stockton, of Trenton, has a
number of relatives In this city, and has often
visited hero. p
Tho Countess von Holnsteln and Miss Robe
son, who havo been motoring through Now
England, aro stopping In Lenox for a few
days.
Miss Mary Norrls Cochran will return to hor
homo at 131 South 22d street about tho middle
of October.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paul Bally, Mlsa
Francos West Bally and Theodore L. Bally
returned today from Bay Head, where they
havo been spending tho summer at their cot
tage on the ocean front. Tho engagement of
Miss Bally to Joseph Bernard Keen was an
nounced In tho spring.
MIsb Dorothy Hamell, of tho Blenheim, who
returned from Europe Saturday, is spending a
few days In Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Carton Dlttmann, of
Berwyn. aro being congratulated on tho birth
of a Hon, born last night.
1Via m laV8 NarraKaasett Pier tho esd
ALONG THE MAIN LINE
oVEnnnooK Mr. and Mrs. Behjamln Rowland,
of 6119 Overbrook avenue, have returned from
Jamestown, R. I.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Vetterloln. of 6110 Sher
wood avenue, Overbrook, have returned from
Capo May, N. J.
MEIUON-Mrs. Sydney Thayer, of Tho Dust
Pan, has returned from Northeast Harbor, Me.
Miss Emily M. Thayor, who is still In Maine,
Is expected home this week,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Llncaweaver and
their children havo roturned from a month's
Btay nt their Mount Gretna cottage,
Mr. and Mrs. George Kestor Erben, who re
cently returned from a three weeks' tour
through thfl Shenandoah Valley, Va., have
opened their home on Berkeley road.
lYAItnERTI! Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jefferles,
Miss Hulda Jefferles, William Jefferles and
Lestor Jefferles, who spent the summer at their
cattaga In Bristol, N, H., have opened their
home on Narberth avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Derby have re
turned from a -visit to tho New England coast.
WYNNEWOOD Mr. and Mrs. Rayburn Clark
Smith, of Aubrey road, motored to Jamestown,
It. I., this summer, whero they epent two
weeks; later they toured to Spring Lake. Mrs.
Smith and her dough'ter, Miss Josephine Smith,
have recently returned from a short motor trip
to Ocean City, where they were tho guests of
Mts. Smith's sister, Mrs. W. A. Klrkpatrlck.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Moore, who aro away
on a Western trip, aro expected home tho end
of this month.
AKDMonE Mr. and Mrs. Edward II. Le Bou
tillier and family have returned from Maine and
opened their house on Edgewood road.
Mr. and Sirs. James Carstalrs, of Old Gulf
road, have returned from Erie, Pa., where they
pent the summer with Mrs. Carutalra" father,
Matthew Tajlor.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Hopkins, their daugh
ter, Mrs. Edward II. Lycet, Jr.. and her 1U119
bpy. have returned from a lilt to Longport,
UAYKilFOHD-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bain, Jr.,
have closed their cottage at Northeast Harbor,
Me., and returned to Haverford.
Mr and Mrs. W. M. McCawley, with their
daughter, Mlsa Elizabeth McCawley, havo re
turned from Grindstone Island, N. Y. They
will occupy their newly erected house opposite
the new grounds of the Merlon Golf Club
shortly.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph do F. Junkln have taken
apartments at Haverford Court for the winter
Mrs. Robert Innes, of Haverford Court, has
returned from Avon-by-the-Soa.
limNMAWR Mrs. George D. Wetherill, of
Heathorfleld, has Issued Invitations for a tea
to meet Miss Ada Lambert Wetherill, on Mon
day, October 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel M. Vauclaln have cl scl
their summer cottage nl Jamestown, n, I., and
have returned to Rosemont.
ALONG THE READING
Mr. and Mrs. Percy C, Madeira, Jr., havo
taken tho Morris Herkncss house at Chrlten
Hills for tho winter. Mrs. Madeira will bo re
membered ns Miss Margaret Carey, of Balti
more. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilbert nnd their family
will not return from Saranac Lake, N. Y,, to
Red Top, their home at Hydal, until tho middle
of November. After Christmas Mr. and Mrs,
Gilbert will go South for the lomalnder of the
winter.
Mr, and Mrs. Georgo W. Norrls, who hove
spent tho greater part of tho summer at their
home, Gypsy Hill, Penllyn, will move Into their
town house, 231 South 22 street, about tho
middle of November.
Mr. nnd Mrs, Henry Edward Drayton, of the
Cedars, Penllyn, returned this week from n
summer spent In Rockport, Me.
Edward B. Smith has returned to his home
after a trip In Europe.
Mrs. James It. Tumor will be hostess today
at n card party which will be given at the Old
York Road Country Club.
These affairs aro held twice .monthly at the
clubhouse and each meeting Is presided over
by a different hostess.
Countess Santa Eulalla has been spending the
summer nt'her homo In Ogontz.
Miss Adcta Polk and Miss Lillian Hunter,
of Jcnklntown, havo returned from a visit of
sevoral weeks In Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Glenn, 3d, nnd family
have closed their cottago In Longport and re
turned to their home, 023 Wnrnock street,
Logan.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Richard V. Mattlson closed their
house, Bushy Park, at Newport, today and will
roturn to their homo In Ambler this week. They
will stop In Now York en route.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Jones, of Ambler
Highlands, nro tho guests of Mrs. Jones'
parents at their homo In Occnn City.
NORTHWEST PHILADELPHIA
Miss Maud Buchanan, of 2261 North Eigh
teenth street, spent tho past wcuk-cnd with a
party of friends In Ocean City, N. J.
Mrs. Walter Batty and her daughters, Miss
Emma I. Batty and Miss Graco Batty, havo
closed their cottago In Wildwood, N. J., and re
turned to their home, 2723 North Eleventh
street.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Atkins, of 2210 North
Seventeenth street, havo for their guests Mrs.
Frank Reeves, of Ventnor, N. J., and Miss
Hallle Gray, of Mlddletown, Del.
Miss Ilortcnso Levy, of 1424 North Fifteenth
street, nnd Miss Helen Ab'ahamas, of 3139
Diamond street, arrived homo Saturday after
having been Isolated from the outsldo world In
the small town of St Jean du Dplgt, Brittany,
for IS days.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dannenbaum, of 1001
Spring Garden street, arrived from Paris,
France, Saturday, Septembor 12.
Mrs. James Ragan, of 1907 Master street, has
closed her apartment In Atlantic City nnd re
turned homo.
The Misses Carroll, of 170S GIrard avenue,
after spending the summer at Atlantic City,
havo returned for tho winter.
JIIss Gertrude Magec, of 1740 North Park
avenue, has returned from Ocean City, where
she was visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Blair, of 8214 West
Susquehanna avenue, roturned on Monday from
Ocean City, whero they spent tho summer.
Miss Esther Bllckley, of Grand Rapids, Mich.,
is visiting Miss Eleanor Hunslcker, of 2324
North Thirteenth streot, prior to her depart
ure for Smith College.
Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels, of 1902 Diamond
street, has returned from Woodbury, N. J.,
whero she was tho guost of her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Daniels.
Miss Alice Haslam, of 1513 North Nineteenth
street, will lcavo during the week to complete
her coutse at the Bucknoll University.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Feld, of 1923 North 33d street,
havo roturned home after spending tho season
at Ventnor.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarenco Howett, of 1939 North
Seventh street, will remain In Atlantic City
through tho early fall.
Mrs. Henry S. Louchhelm, of 1919 Green street,
will be at home on Saturdays in October,
CHESTNUT HILL
Mr. nnd Mrs, Joseph Sill Clark will return
to Kates Hall, their rcsidenco on Highland
avenue, on Monday next. Mr, and Mrs. Clark
have spent the summer at Southampton
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Massey Drayton and
Miss Evelyn Drayton, who have been spending
tho summer with Mr. Drayton's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Edward Drayton, at Rock
port, Me., returned yesterday to their home In
St. Martin's.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Henry, Jr., spent
August nt Longport and aro now occupying
their houso at 7203 Creshelm road.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Earle Johnson have re
turned to town from a month's stay nt Long
port. Mrs. Johnson will be remembered as
Mies Douglas Borroughs.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaao Mooro SImonin and their
son, Eugene SImonin, have closed their cottage
at Buck Hill Falls, where they spent the
summer, and have returned to their home at
Navahoe and Moreland avenues.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry K. Cummlngs, formerly
of aormantown, are at present residing with
their daughter and son-In-law, Mr. and Mrs
Sargent Hoffman, In Geyservllle, Sonoma
County, Cal. Mrs. Cummlngs Is spending some
time In tho East, and Is nt present tho gueat
of Mrs. Charte M. Cumm at 100 Goweuj
TIOGA
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Z. Reel, of 3316 North
Seventeenth street, have returned home after
spending tho summer In Atlantic City and
Atbury Park.
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Itschner, of West On
tario street, have been detained In Zurich,
Switzerland, following their tour through Eu
rope, nnd will sail for America eurly In Oc
tobcr. Mr. "'! 3Irs- Gabriel Gutlohn, of 210S West
Tioga street, havo returned from Atlantic City.
Mr. find Mrs. Samuel Read, of York road,
returned from Ocean City today.
Mr. und Mrs David Charles Murtha and
their daughter. Miss Eleanor Murtha, of 1719
West Tioga street, are passing the early fall in
Atlantic City. Miss Beatrice Murtha has gona
to Delalr. N. J., for a few weeks.
George Foster and his brother, Arthur Fos
ter, who spent the season touring through
Europe, have returned to their home, 1209 West
Allegheny avenue.
MUs Rae Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel T. Fox. of West Tioga street, will
leave on September 27 for Washington, D. C.
whero she Is a student In tho National Park
Seminary.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Spahr have closed their
rummer home In Ocean City and have re
turned to their Tioga residence, 18U West
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giest of Mr. B. Fenper, of North Broad
street.
Mrs. David Gclklcr, of 3527 North Sixteenth
street, will leave on Saturday for several
weeks' stay In Atlantic City.
Mrs. Charles D. Murtha, who has been at
Atlantic City for the past fortnight, has re
turned to her home, 1710 Tioga street, whoro
sho will entertain extensively during the sea
son. Robert D. Lodgo, nfter an extended trip
through the West, has returned to his home,
1119 Venango street.
GERMANTOWN
A quiet wedding will bo aolemnlzed this after
noon nt 4 o'clock at tho homo of Mrs. Romalnc
Keyser, 121 West Rlttcnhouse streot, when her
daughter, Miss Helen Clnrk, will become the
brldo of Rudolph W. Blrdeoll, Jr. Tho cere
mony will be performed by the Rev. Doctor
Upjohn, of St. Luke's rectory. Immediately
afterward the bride nnd bridegroom will leave
for Winter Haven, Florida, whero they will
make their home. The wedding will bo ex
tremely ttulet. Only tho Immediate families will
be present.
Miss Elizabeth Wistcr has returned to her
home from Chelsea, whero she has been tho
guest of Mrs, William Harmer. Miss Wlster's
engagement to Alfred S. Reeves was announced
In the spring.
Mlsa Anna Taylor, of Ccdron, Green
lane, Is visiting Mr and Mrs. Fisher Long
streth Boyd nt their homo In Haverford.
Mrs. Edna Goodwin, nccompanlcd by her son,
Melvln Biggs Goodwin, has returned to Ger
mantown from Ithaca, N. Y., whero they spent
tho summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Ross Green, of 418 West
School Houso lane, havo returned from a
month's stny at Rchoboth Beach, Del. Miss
Dorothy Green accompanied them.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theron I. Crone, 6141 Grecno
street, havo returned to their home from Lako
Placid, N. Y.
Mrs. William W. Smyth la at present the
guest of her aunts, tho Misses Frazlcr, nt their
homn In Greeno streot.
Mrs. Mondelson S. Median and Mrs. John G.
Burns will entertain at a garden party at .Mrs.
Median's homo, the Homestead, 3S0 Dorset
street, on Friday afternoon, Tho affair will
bo given In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elton
head, of Orange, N. J who havo been tho
guests of Mrs. Median and Mrs. Bums for
several weeks. Receiving with Mrs. Mcehan
and Mrs. Burns will bo Mrs. Thomas Median,
Mrs. Thomas B. Mcehan, Mrs. J. Franklin Mee
han and Miss Vora Thorpe. Assisting them
will be Miss Catharine Lannlng, Miss Elizabeth
Meohan, Mlsi Mabel Ruttor, Miss Rosa Mce
han and Miss Emma Rutter.
Mrs. Francis Reeves, Jr., of Abbottsford ave
nue, will return to her homo on Monday, after
having spent tho summer at Buck Hilt Falls.
Miss Charlotto Brooke, of 5235 Archer street,
left today for a week at Atlantic City. Miss
Gertrude Healcy, of Wlssahlckon, will also be
with Miss Brooko for tho week.
ROXBOROUGH
Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Cox and their
family have returned to their homo on Lyceum
avenue, after spending tho summer at their
cottage In Ocean City.
Mrs. Harry T. Jones, of 323 Fountain street,
entertained a hous party over the week-end.
Her guests v,ero Miss Mary Ellena Colee, Miss
Miriam Colee, of St. Augustine, Fla.; Mrs.
Howard Stuckort, of Woodbury, N. J.; MIbs
Gertrudo Bottom, Miss Estelle Bottom, Mrs.
James Hayes and Miss Edna Keller.
Mlsa Emily Wolfcl, who has been the guest
of Mrs. Louisa Brecht, of Lyceum avenue, for
several weeks, has returned to her home In
Pittsburgh.
Dr. and Mrs. David Custer, of Green lane,
have returned from an automobile tour through
Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Mr. and 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
Asbury Park.
Sllbs Katharine Harris and her nleco, Miss
Katharine Shoemaker, of Lyceum avenue, havo
rreturned from nn extended stay at Bedford
Springs, Pa. '
WEST PHILADELPHIA
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lyman, of 3933
Spruce street, havo returned from their camp
nt Lako Placid In tho Adlrondacks nnd havd
opened their house for the winter. They made
the trip through New York and New Jersey by
motor.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nelson Spencer, who
spent the summer at Atlantic City, have re
turned to their home, 4903 Cedar avenue.
Mrs. William W. Farr, who has been occupy
ing Sea View, her cottage at Chelsea, for the
summor months, will open her house at S902
Walnut street, noxt week.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Turner and Miss
Dorothy Turner, after spending tho summer at
Iladdou Hall, Atlantic City, have returned to
their home, 422S Plna street, for the winter.
Miss Elsie Morris Brlnton, who has been
spending several weeks In Cape May, has re.
turned to her home at Hampton Court.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Roblnhold and family.
who spent the summer at Wildwood, returned
to their home, 613S Larchwood avenue, last
week.
Mrs. A. E. Burnham, of Hampton Court, has
returned to the city after a ten days' visit to
Corson's Intet.
Miss Anna McIIugh. of M13 Chester avenue,
will be the 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.
SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA
Mrs. Dunlap. wlfo of Major R. H. Dunlap, of
the Marine Corps, Is visiting in Washington,
where she will probably remain for the winter.
Sirs Charles R. Sanderson, wlfo of Captain
Sanderson, Is also In Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Vlguere, who spent
the summer at Chelsea, have returned to their
home at Fifteenth and Moore streets.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin G. Close, of 1313 South
Broad street, are occupying their new home In
Overbrook
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Daly and their daughter,
Miss Esther Only, who have been spending thu
summer at their cottage in Ventnor, will
shortly open their house on South Broad street.
AT MANHEIM
Ladles' Day at the Germantown Cricket Club
was held yesterday. A tennis tournament oc
cupied the early afternoon nnd tea was served
on tho porch of the ladles' clubhouse from 4
until 6 o'clock. Among those noticed on the
porch wore Mrs. Wm. Jay Turner, Mrs. C. B.
Grace. Mrs. John A Seeds, Mrs. J. Nelson Pur-
lance. Mrs. Stanley Pearson, Mrs. Joseph
Earnkhaw, Mrs. William Beard. Mrs. Henry
Koller Kurts, Mrs. Chaa. A. Pearson. Jr., Mrs.
Bolton Earnshaw, Mrs Warner Earnshaw,
Miss Elizabeth Otto, Miss Mary Corse. Mlrt
Alice Hawkins, Miss Mildred Longstreth Mi-s
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On Art of Ancients.
In tho University of Pennsylvania Museum
Prof. J. D. Benzley, of Christ Chun.li College,
Oxford, has been studying for mote than a
week the laro and graceful traceries of ancient
Etruscan vases. Tho University collection Is
ono of the most complete In tho world, and
naturally attracted Professor Beazley, who ie
Inspecting virtually all collections of any note.
He is preparing the first book to bo devoted
exclusively to tho artistic side of Etruscan
pottery.
When Rome was an insecure little hill town
2C0O years ago, Its neighbors north of the Tiber
were making the great and little vases which
were to form tho most beautiful antique treas
ures possessed In America. A hundred years
later wild bands from the mountains ravaged
Etruria, and the Roman soldiers of the next
generation found the Inhabitants easy prey,
physically and racially, to their martial dom
inance. Pottery making, with the extinction of
Etruscan Individuality, ceased, but In their
brief time the Etruscans had made vases such
as the world has never made since.
Practically all Etruacan pottery Is lively with
human figures. These represent, with painstak
ing accuracy, the dally life of the people, or
tho events of their history, and It Is because
archaeologists have been more Interested In
reading the history of the mysterious pro
Roman period from these cryptic records that
the purely artistic sldo of the study has been
more or less neglected. In spite of tho difficul
ties before him. Doctor Beazley Is making sat
isfactory progress with his work, and hoa al
ready catalogued most of the extant specimens
In tho world Into their rightful schools. A
great many of tho vases bear the names of
their makers, and thoso which are not signed
can usually be assigned to a particular period
and culture.
A wine Jar, mounted with a trainer and his
two fiery steeds, has especially atracted the
English scholar's attention, and he intends to
Institute a search of all tho museums In th
world in an endeavor to find its counterpart.
Tho design of the figures Is remarkably bold
and realistic.
Costly Living Subject for Drama
"The tragedies which result from extravagant
living and tho demands of selfish womeri unon
men offer material for the hoped-for 'Xt
American druma." " ,w
Thus declared Mis, Helen Ware, the charm
Ing actress, who will nnnear nt h- irfiu.
Theatre next Monday evening. In a new play
by Edward Locke, entitled, "The Revolt "
As there has been as mucn discussion con
cerning the great American play as that myth
ical bird, "the groat American novel " vu
Ware'a statement is of Interest not only to
play writers, but the publlo whom this subject
concerns. u 'eci
'Tho great American play must deaU with
vital problems, problems that confront T every
man and woman," continued Miss Wnr
"And one of the mo Intimate, if not most mo
inentous. problem, concerns the outlay for hon.'
and food nnd dress. r use,
"Americans, as a rule, have a tendency to
live beyond their Income They want to main
time a semblance of prosperity, to keen u7n
pearance, make a show, in a measure thin
may be due to the fact that our people are
optimists, and, as such, behove that the d
flciencles of today will be supplied by the ovV
abundance provided by tomorrow. But it u
as shortsighted ai it is unwise.
"The evils of the high cost of living, of debts
extravagance, result In tragedies tragedie
Shakesperlun In their suffering and human tin
happiness. For the dramatist, seeking to Lnu-'t
tho life of his day, these are rich in dramaUo
material. A play of this sort would cW .f
closet In which is confined the skeleton nr
modern domestlo life. Such a play should toil
the blnipla story of the tragedy In the lives or
those who live for appearance, the gratification
of vanity, but whose greatest pleasure is Trial i
for In the end b the greatest sorrow, whos
determined purpose deoted to light living
shows a lack of strength of character uj I
self-denial It will be a play m which the
female roles will play a dominant part For in
it we will see that men aro slaves to women
and that women can, If they will, exercise an
Influence over men in restraint, tomperatenes
modesty of living, which will not only maka
them better husbands, but better citizens."
No Dearth of Doctors
From tb LouUtUl CourWr-Journil.
A medical education may ba more exnenslva
now than It was In the past, but It is no mi,!
beyond the reach of ambitious young? men o, f
It was before The tuition feeiir? ?h? ??
class schools are moderate, and the Journal i
the American Medical Association show?1 hv
.orrtparison of figures that a good medical edu
i.itl"" costs no mnre than a icor , nt- l .h
' r" ' o T ' ntrt.'
THEATRICAL UAEDECRER
ADELPIU "Help Wanted." comody drama,
benrlng a "stop, look nnd listen" warning to
young women venturing Into the danger
world of modern business. ... ,
BROAD "Drugged," by Owon Davis, starring
John Mason. Rlp-roarlng, tceth-on-edge
melodrama In evening clothes. Recommended
as a sure thriller. . .... ..
CHEHTNUT HTIinnT OPERA HOUSE "Ca
blrla." one of tho most spectacular moving
picture dramas over presented, showing ft
cataclysmic volcanlo eruption, tho destruc
tion of a city and the annihilation of n llcot
nt son.
FORREST "55lcgfoId Follies." Great fun, cor
riiscating costumes, gleeful girls.
OARRICIC "Adole," French operotta, roseato
romance, siren singing. Georgia Calne ns a
Parisian enchantress.
WALNUT ".Siberia," thrilling ns It was 3!
years ago, certain to keep fair damsels from
exploring tho snowy steppes for romance.
Abounding Amusements in Vcrsntilo
Vaudeville
While tho autumn productions In serious
drama have been ns unfertile as a slow spring,
tho varieties of nmuscmont In vaudeville havo
been surprisingly varied and prolific. From
New York comes tho promise of many new
and elaborate plays and musical comedies;
It will bo soveral weeks, however, boforo tho
moro pretentious amusements como along. In
the meantime, novel and Important attractions
aro scheduled for tho variety houses, tho most
Important at present being the appearance of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon Castlo, possibly the most
colobrated and popular of living uanco orig
inators, next week at Keith's. Tho amuse
ments presented this week offer hcgulloment
for any mood nnd appeal to every phase of
taste.
Broadway
From Hammersteln's, New York, where they
niarlo a hit, havo como the "Famous Golden"
troupe, who, In various picturesque costumes,
engago In whirlwind dances of tho sort that
make you dizzy. Green nnd Plant perform on
the high wire Steppe, Qoodrlsh and King
present a rathskeller net; Chauncey Monroo
and company a humorous sketch, and Mills
and Moulton various "eccentrlctles In vnudo-vllle."
Kcyst
itone
Musically and merrily "Tho Boarding School
Girls" perform the madcap escapades of ex
uberant youth. Rosalind and May La Folletto
are pleasing In a dancing net. Warring and
Manning, In comic songs, and the acrobatic
Wally Trio nro among a well-varlegatcd and
entertaining list.
Colonial
Supposing you were nbout to be married nnd
nil your former sweethearts appeared to you
In a dream, Just how one young man con.
fronted this situation Is amusingly depicted
by Eldon In a funny act, "Ills Awful Dream,"
with Bessie Clifton Impersonating tho ladtos
of the past.
Globe
Sweet Is the music that comes from the un
seen, and mysterious and magical aro tho
strains of the Invisible band directed by Edna
Lowell. Aside from the eerie effects of this act
there Is a bill of well-assorted amusements, In
cluding the well-known song writer, Will Mor
rlssey, and the original "movie girl," Nellie
Hackett, in a program of songs. Tom Gillen,
with a fund of Irish tales, and Anthony and
Mack, In a singing and talking skit, "The
Italian and the Boss."
Keith's
Nixon
Is a woman hound to reveal her past to tho
man she marrieB? In n one-net play the Rqv
A. J. Waldon deals with this problem. Tho
seriousness of this Interesting (juestlon Is offset
by a considerable number of entertainments of
a lighter nature. Chamcter and dialect stories
are told by Frank Bush. "On tho Rinlto," n
laughable satire on vaudeville, is given by
Weber and Elliott, while amazing stunts In
acrobatics aro accomplished by the Throe
Bartos.
Grand
A ride of Joy carries the audience through
Tate's "Motoring," a well-liked vaudeville act.
Two Philadelphlans, Estello and Lorrtlne, pre
sent a startling novelty in dancing, while
musical actb, songs and Juggling aro Included
In the bill.
Empire
A pretty chorus, dazzling costumes and fas
clnatlng songs. The Dreamland Burlcsquers
"catch" tho audience.
Orpheum
Fun In an airship, with numerous comediennes
and pretty girls.
William Pfiin
The merry adventures of t.n children In "Tho
Dream Pirates" will appeal to all grown-ups
who preserve something of tho spirit of Peter
Pan.
Dumont's
Amusing burlesque on the wireless operations
of tho now-famed station at Sayvllie. How
messages aro not received from the seat of
war.
Stanley Theatre
Automobltes lined up along Market street re
call the attendance upon grand opera. Jack
London's moving picture, "The Odyssey of tho
North," draws by its exciting perils and herolo
deeds.
AMUSEMENTS.
MARCUS TT 1 1
loews Knickerbocker
THEATrtE Mirlut Ahoe Oth Ht
Continuous !'rrformmH from t to 11 1 M
Mat. All Seat lm. E.w 'niri loc 15c SSc
GeorRf; Moore & Elliott Florence
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J VAUDEVILLE ACTS J
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Blossom Seely. recalled to New York yester
day by the death of her mother, haa been rr
place'd by Albert Perry and company In P. on
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t- r ?.r -.1 TM . AS ADDSL
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AI.HEJVT 1't'KllY t ro and This Ortat Bupportln
follow' "Th Hrliln Shop . C'bretlannl unil I.oulitt:
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FORREST lfiS,..i.,5rTSa'y & '
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