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EVENING LEDGEE PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 10U.
9 SOCIETY'S DOINGS AT HOME AND IN SUBURBS il ' I . L .... v .iinnnr rinncea fit the various country club3 bid fair to be among Iho oat popular form of entertainment for the Tl and winter rnonths. Tonight thero will bo dinner, followed by a dance, At the Huntingdon Vnllcy Club. Among tiojo'w'10 nllV0 rcserved tnblos nta Jtr ttnd jirs Walter Ji. Hois, Mr. and Mrs. llonry M. Watts. Edward F. Benson, Itobert C. Hooper and Archibald liubard. Deglnnlng Tuesday thero will be the annual 0t tournament called "Borthollyn," for Mr. .nd Mrs. Caleb F. Fox's country place on tho Old York road, Ogontz. This affair will be run on lines similar to tho tournament held at the V. A. B. Wldener placo each year. Most of tho crack golf players will take part. Mrs. John Scott, Jr., of tho Gladstone, will give a small dance In honor of Miss Dorothy j, Foltz. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. Clinton I'oltz. of Summit street nnd Bethlehem pike, Chestnut Hill, Who will bo a dobutanto of the icnson. Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Bayard Bowie, of Itfld woods, West Sunset road, Chestnut Hill, have Issued Invitations for an at homo to bo given In honor of Miss Kntharlno Aalihurst Bowie, Friday afternoon, October 9, from 4 until 7 o'clock. There will be dancing during the afternoon. Mrs. Gilbert Hurvcy, of Tho Gladstone, line returned to town from Capo May, whero Bho ,pent tho summer. Mrs. Harvey will liavo ns her guest after Heptembcr IB her brother, tho Jlev. 1'crcy .T. Brown, canon of tho Cathedral Church, St. Louis, and formerly of St. Petor's Church I" this city. It, rs'clson Uuckley and Claronco K. Bawden havo returned to town nftcr a motor trip along the Jerjcy coast. Mr. Buckley hna opened his house at Erdonhcini for tho winter. Mrs. Oeorge J. Harding nnd her son, Georgo J. Harding, returned yesterday to their homo at K1G Wnlnut street. Miss Jnno Harding, who will make her debut this season, wob marooned In Eonloaux at the outbreak of tho war. After n.any experiences, her uncle. Dr. Shackly, who was In London, managed to go for hor and Miss Carey, who Is traveling with her, nnd they me now In London awaiting passage for America. Mrs. Nelson Brown will cntertal nlnfornmlly tomorrow night at her cottage In Nowport In honor of the llussian Ambassador and Madamo Bakhmctcff. Mis. Brown hns been occupying one of the Plnnr dcottages this season. Mrs. Georcg H. Carlo has Issued Invitations for a largo debutante luncheon, which sho will give In honor of her daughter, Mls3 Han tell P. Carle, at their placo In Bryn Mawr, October 1. AH tho debutantes of tho season will he Included among tho guests. Mrs. Charles Howell, Miss Josephine Howell nnd Miss Beatrice Howell, of Torresdole, who have been motoring through New England on their way from Northeast Harbor, where they have been visiting Mrs. G. Frederick Jordan, will teturn to Torresdalo next week. Mrs. Howell nnd her daughters will move Into town aluul thn end of November. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Neff, who spent the tarly Mimmor at their cottage In Bench Haven, had Intended going abroad for a stay of sev eral months. Obliged to abandon their plans owing to the war conditions, they spent tho last month traveling through New England, passing several weeks In Northeast Harbor. They returned yesterday to their house In Cynwyd. Mrs. William Dlsston. who has taken apart ments at the Rlttcnhousc, Is spending tho day In New York. Miss Pauline Dlsston, who will bo a debutante this winter. Is visiting friends In Chestnut Hill. Mr. und Mrs. Arthur II. Lea entertained at dinner lust night nt tho Mount Washington Hotel, In Bretton Woods, N. H. Mist Edith Pleasonton Is spending elx weeks as the truest of Miss Kitty Barrett, at Fort Henri-, Va. Miss Barrett U well known In tho jomigcr set of thi3 city. Mr. nnd Mr3. William Townsend Wright and tlitlr family, who have been spending the sum mer ut Paul Smith's, in the Adlrondacks, havo returned to their residence on Church road, Et. Davids. Mr nnd Mrs. Murdock Kcndrlck, of Gulph road. Strafford, have gone to Chicago for a ttav of several weeks. Mrs Jlorris L. Clothier, who spent the eum v.r at Watch Hill, It. I., .returned yesterday to "Clalremont," her suburban home nt Villa novn Major and Mrs. T. n. Baldwin, of Edgewater Fark, have returned from Jefferson, N. II., and "e spending some timo at the Hotel Denis, Atlantic City, before opening their home, Gable Ball. M Henry W. Hall, of Cynwyd. Pa.. Is pass Irr tin week as tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C mil, nt Edgewater Park. M'ts Ireno Cramp Is spending several days In Lerox, Muss., before returning to tho city. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Pecle, of Wnlllngford, rj.. wjil rat's the winter at their new home t r.jgewater Park. ALONG THE MAIN LINE onmiiociK-Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. 'castner Mve closed their Cape May cottage and nro ""linn Mr. Cnstner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. "iol Castner, Jr., at Devon, before opening . r h0'" Wynnewood avenue for the Winter. Mi nn,i Mrs- c p McCurdy havo returned 7." " ,U0 wetlu'' vltf" Ocean City, N, J. Hiion -Anthony A. Schwartz, ton of Mr. nu -W Klwa Schwartz, of Houpton. has just "tin ned from a trip through New York State. fou i""'1 Mr8' Kruncla - Tequlgnot nnd their ur ciiiiuren. who spent tho summer at their M'ly coago, have opened their home, Z Ilaz'ehurst and Forest avenues. .Mrs. "'"'fwfa sMcr. Miss Katharino A. Mc-v-iosk. pasted tho season with them. ' a"a Mrs- Krnest Searing nre at their om on I!.ru-ia,. , ........ . . . u - uuer a no weens ttay 'l-ring Luke. nhir ,.... ..., i. ... - ...vj IIVIU MIU bUCQ(9 at Of M: l! !' Seari"f sister. Mrs. H. L. Wardell, of korlt. iiu'Bs By""31- Cla,ence lories, of Windsor tvrn , rth avenues, has returned from a ,B weeks' ttav in rn,..,.. .. .,. ,,.. llU Mi w.v.fli;u, I1UU IVUVIUT IUIfUa, Kart... UacUut, Lake, N, Y., U back in berth again Mr. u,,a Mrs. Han ac,,ue. iho recently toured to Bar C. 11. Humphreys, of South 'aomh ao expected homo tho end of this by i, I UW- lr- Wetherill. accompanied Atl l- n aml Uau8l',0r-ln.law, Mr. and Mrs. tv J!unl"8. of Kent road. lll leae Tues JUt i.0, "et'ks 'ravel along the Hudon 1 l'u-Pf ' ,le'r rturn home Mr- and Mr i,v w,, ," v;,u Btirt October 4 for a trip to Jir. V" MISS PHOEBE WILLIAMS ADAMS Miss Adams, who made her debut last season, has just returned from a week's stay in the mountains with Mrs. George Jasper Harding, of 2215 Walnut street. Miss Adams' engagement to Mr. George J. Harding Ava3 announced last spring. October 1 for Detroit, Mich., whero Mrs. Russel and tho children will spend six weeks with hor mothor, Mrs. R. It l'Hommedlou. AltDMOIlE Mrs. Howard Butcher, Jr., who, with her children, was recently marooned In Germany, cabled from Holland that sho ex pected to sail on a liner reaching Now York Sunday. Mr. Butcher will meot tho steamer. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Beeves Bunting, of Ulster road, aro receiving congratulations on tho birth of a daughter, llttlo Miss Jano Bunt ing. Mrs. Bunting will bo remembered as Miss Mary P. Pearco. Mr. and Mrs. It. Harold McQuale havo ro turncd from Capo May to tholr home on Simp son road. DEVON Mr. and Mrs. George Wharton Pcp- por. Miss Adelaide L. F. Pepper and MIs3 Char lotte E. Pepper, after passing tho summer at Northeast Harbor, have returned to "Fox Creek Farm," their country placo at Devon, whero they will remain for the early fall. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar V. Secler, Miss Josephine P. Sceler, Sidney P. Seoler and Edgar V. Sce ler, Jr., w)io spent eoverat weeks at Nantucket, Mass,, have returned home nnd aro spending tho fall months nt Wayside, their country place. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Justice have returned to tholr suburban home, uftcr spending a por tion of tho summer at Pocono Summit. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Williams, after spending several weeks at Wynburne Inn, havo gone to Stone Harbor for a short sojourn. ALONG THE HEADING Mr. nnd Mrs. John Worrell Pepper, who aro at Jslesboro, Mo., will leturn to Fair Acres, their country place In Jenklntown, the end of tho week. Miss Jeanne Hobart Ingersoll Is spending tho nutumn at Annandalo Farm, her country placo at Pcnllyn. Mrs. Wharton Slnkler, Miss Elsie Slnklcr nnd Miss Julia Slnklcr nro spending the early falf at their country placo In Wyncoto before open ing their town house at tCOti Walnut street the end of October. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Edward Ingersoll, of Forest Hill, Penllyn, will give a tea for their daughter. Miss Susan B. Ingersoll, at their town house, 1815 Walnut street, the aftcrnooti of November 16. Mrs. Eugene W. Fry gavo a largo luncheon of fifty covers yesteiday at tho Huntingdon Vnllcy Country Club In honor of Mr3. .Melville G. Wright. Mrs. J. Hoibort Hrvin, of York road. JcuUIii town, will entertain tho iiuimbors of her KiJ Club this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James MacLeod, of Wyncote, will spend tho winter In Miami, Fla, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Handall, of Ambler, Pa., will move Into tholr town house curly In October. Miss Adelaide Green and Miss Mary Jenkins, of Ambler, who have been siondlng a fort night at Cape May, will return next Monday. CHESTNUT HILL Judge nnd Mrs. Edward A, Anderson and family have returned to their homo nt St. Mil r tin's after spending1 '.ne summer in Nova Scotia. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jannry, Jr., Mho havo been spending tho summer In Capo May, returned yesterday to their home, 37 Eaat Summit street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowland, Miss Frances Rowland and tho Messrs. Rowland, of Nnva hoe aenue, will close their houso at Bay Head next, week, mid Mill return to tho city. Mr. unit Mrs. Thomas 1). Dunn, of Chestnut Hill, havo returned from n visit to Cajjles' Mero, Va. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Wruy, Ludlow "Wrny and Alexander Wray retumed yesterday from Bay He.id, whero they spent tho summer. Miss Helen CJartley, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. William H. Gartley. of 7;3.S Boyer street, will return to her homo on Saturday after spending seveinl week a nt Ocean City. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rlttenhouso Millar and Dr. and Mrs. Frank Wlster Thomas have gone to Swanee on a motor trip. Mr. and Mrs. Trunk Patterson h.-uo returned tu town from Cape May, where they spent thd summer. They havo opened thtlr house, 7MH Chew street. Mrs. Waiter Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Jame WfltBon, Miss Catherine Cooper Cassard, Mhw Sarah Myers, Miss Margaret Bradbury, Mist Lawn Megargee., Mlsa Edith Wilson, Miss May Alberger, Miss Gladys Edwards, Miss Dorothy Daniel, Miss Virginia Tlmcher, Miss Florcnco Bear, Dorr Newton, Allen Smith, Lewis Tllge, Sargent Robinson, Charles Wcles, Joseph Mc Aleor, Stanley Eaton, William It. Tucker, Wcs- Mey Kuftz, Stanley Pearson, Logan Howard Smith, Joseph Shoemaker, Orne Godwin. Miss Agnes It, Levis, who has been spending the last three weeks In Glen Summit, as tha guest of Miss Eleanor Mulligan, has returned to her homo In McCnllum street. Mr, nhd Mrs. Frank R. Shattuck, of 223 West Tulpchockcn street, havo returned from the Thousand Inlands, whero they opent the sum mer. Miss Mildred Shattuck Is at present the guest of Mrs. Nelson Warrick, at their cot tage In Capo May. Miss Kathleen Shattuck will give a card party and shower Friday, Septem ber 25, In honor of Mlsa Mildred Vollrath, whoso mnrrlago to Albert Lowrey will bo an event of tho nutumn. Mr. and Mrs. William Hondrlo Lloyd, who with Mrs. Lloyd's sister and brothor-ln-law and Mrs. Joseph Fllctas leased a cottago In Beach Haven this summer, havo returned to town and nro occupying tholr new home, Ul West Horttor fltrcet. Mrs. Lloyd, beforo her manlago In June, was Miss Lillian Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk J. Mancoly and their chlldron, of West b'choolhouso lane, returned last week from a stay of several months In Bay Head. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Allison, of Langhorno, will occupy tholr now homo, Queen lano and Wayno nvenue, about October IS. Mrs. Alli son Is still nt tho Langhorno Houso with tho children. Miss Dorothy Scott has returned to her home, 138 West Schoolhousc lano, from tho Poconos. Mis. Whoolcr Lord, of Manhclm streot, has as her guest hor niece, Miss Sarah Myers, of Bethlehem, Pa. Miss Katharine M. Quln, Miss M. Madeleine Quln nnd Miss Mary Craig, of 2S1 West Walnut lane, have returned from an extended trip through tho Oroat Lakes by way of Lake Chnmplaln nnd Lake George, nnd spending somo time at Bluff Point, N. Y. Miss M. Madolelno Quln's engagement to Everett Colboutn was announced last spring. Miss Mary Boyd, of Richmond, Va,, will bo tho guest for several weeks of Miss Elizabeth Median, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tranklln Median, at their homo at 400 Dorset street. Miss Boyd has been spending the season at At lantic City. WEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Green, of 4003 Pine street, havo Issued Invitations for the wedding of tholr daughter, Miss Helen Green, and Wil liam Cooper, Saturday. October 10, nt tho Aldlne. Tho ceremony will take placo at 0 o'clock, and will be followed, by a reception from 7 until 0 o'clock. Mr. nnd Mrs. William P. Bemcnt, who spent tho summor at their camp on Lake Placid In the Adirondack Mountains, will return and open their town house, 3317 Spruce street, to day. Dr. and Mrs. .Isaac II. Jones, who spent the summer nt their cottago In Chelsea, have re turned to their home, 4501 Spruce street. Mrs. Irwin N. Mcgargco, Miss Miriam Me gargee and Miss Lorna Megargee, of tho Essex, will closo their cottago nt Atlantic City thio week and return to this city. Miss Julia Young, formerly of Washlngon. V. C and daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Rankin Young, has returned to her home, 803 South GOth street, after nn extended trip through tho West. Miss Margaiot Mary Dempsey. of 4431 Baltl inoro avenue, Is expected to return on Friday from Bay Head, Mich., where sho has been visiting .Miss Katherlno May Hines. M. A. Dempsey and his daughters are still nt tholr summer homo In Langhorno, and will not return to town until nftor tho first of October. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Christopher S. Donnor, of 4503 Spruce street, nftcr spending the summer at Chelsea, have returned homo for the winter. Mrs. Louis J. McCloskey and her family, of 4C00 Spruce street, will return to town next Meek, having spent tho summer at Wellflect, Conn. Mr. Pedio M. Auza, of Santiago, Cuba, lis visiting her sister, Mrs. George A. Bohen, of D17 South IStli street. Mr. und Mrs. Ernest B Stebblns, formerly of Hampton Court, have taken apartments at Suwloilnnd Houso for tho winter. Mrs. F. W. Wood, of 1033 Walnut street. left to.in a few days ago for Boston, whero she Will innln for about two Meeks. Dr. and .Mrs II. H. Brown, of 431 South 40th snoot, nro spondln.? a few days at their cot tago in Capo May. Mlw Olga Lops, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Wasslll Leps. who was in Russia at the dec imation r.f war. has t aim nod to her home at tho Powolton Apartments. street, after TisltlnK relatives in several of tho Western States, returned home by automobile. Miss Fields was absent about nine 'weeks. Mrs. J, F. McLaughlin and daughters, of 1742 Diamond street, havo returned from Chelsea, Miss Nettlo McLaughlin's engagement was re cently announced to Mr. William II. Jarden. Mies Margaret S. McAllister, of 1920 North Eighteenth street, after a trip to Lake Cham plain and Montreal, has gone to Atlanttc City, to rtmaln until Novembor. THE DRAMA GERMANTOWN Although the autumn gnlutle luvo hardly bq-. gun, tho Wednesday dinner dance was well at' tended at tho Gcrmantown Cricket Club, Them n ua one dinner of Importain-e, that gheu by William B. Kurtz and William Jay Turner. Among tlioso u tiu attended the dance wi-io Mr. and Mrs. Whesler Lord. Mr. and Mrs. William Jay Turner. Mr and Mrs. William B. Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tilden. Mr. and Mrs. Bolton Earnshaw. Mr and Mrs, William Noblit, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, Mr. am ?'r Charles Lloyd. Mr. and M. Warner Earujuw, Mr, and Mr. C. Pears 'n, Mr. and SOUTHWEST PHILADELPHIA Lieutenant Commander nnd Mrs. Georgo II. Landonbergcr havo ua tlu-lr guests Mr. and Mrs. Claypool Vnjcit. of Indianapolis, at their homo, 2501 South tinrnot street. MIbs Rosallo Ilobnn, of li3 Pouth Broau streot. la visiting tho Misses Hutchinson In Fairmont. W. Vn, Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Dally, of 531 South Thir teenth street, havo ilosed their cottago at Capo May and returned to town. Mrs. Dally will bo remembered ns Miss Loulso Junker. NORTHWEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs. Chntlos White, Mho spent th seaion in Ocean City, havo returned to their winter home, 1935 North Park avenue. Tho llav. Rusoli H. Conn ell, of J".1") North Ilioad stroit, will return tomorrow morning from ii week's visit to his country placo, Englo'a ,NV3t, South Worthlngton, Mpss. Ho was accompanied on the trip by Molviu Wright. Mlsa Fidelia Heath, of 1439 West York street, hna returned from an extended tour through Europo. Mrs. Thomas MoKlnley Clare, of 21Z$ Nprth Twelfth streot. lias returned from Baltimore. Md., where sho was r guest of her cousin, MUs Crawley. MWb Frances F. Hasep, of 1708 Mount Ver non street, is spending September nt Joints ville. I'u. Mr. nnd Mm. U. J. W. Smith have closed their summer home In AUantlu oily and have returned to their town resJdepce, lj West Lehigh tneliue. Mr. ami Mrg. Jcro L, Crosse and their (laugh tor, MIm Lyille Crejuw, lima opened their win ter home. JWI liriH-ii street, after spending the summer at Capo May. Tho Rev and Mis. A. Ii Harris, of 1S52 North SlMuenth street. haa returned fron several week' ktay at Winona Lake, Jud. Mr and Mrs. Bruce McFaddt.ii and their lUuehUi. Mbi Edna JliFadden and MihS All-e McFadden, of 3360 North Broad street, l'ivj returned from their cotage in Atlantic Citv, N J. SJUs tV-?. VI'Om, of tm Norm Nineteenth TIOGA Mrs. James Hilton and her son, Stanford Hilton, of 2127 West Ontario street, who have been taking automobile trips every week-end, have returned from May's Landing, N, J. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Hallowelt, of 1822 West Tioga atreet, havo returned from a 10 days' trip through Maryland nnd Virginia. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. Harold Hallowelt, are spending some time In Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Brchm, of 1823 West Tioga Btreet, have returned from Atlan tic City, whero they spent the summer. Mr. and Mrs. E. Scott Bannister are visiting Mrs. Bannister's mothor, Mrs. Llvezy, in Wild wood. Dr. and Mrs. G. Morton Glllman, of Fifteenth and Allegheny avenue, have returned from Maine. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Baker, of 1805 West Erie nvenue, havo returned from an extended stay on Llttlo Deer Island on tho Maine coast. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gamble, of 3251 North Sixteenth street, and their daughter, Miss Dorothy Gamble, havo roturned from Asbury Park, whero thay passed the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amos, of 3129 North Carlisle streot, havo returned from Atlantlo City, whero they havo been staying olnco June. Mr. and Mr3. Ira D. Bertolet nnd tholr daughtor, Miss Marian Bertolet, of North Eighteenth street, have been spending a short tlmo at Buck Hill Falls olnco closing their oiintry homo at Perkasle, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. A. Lincoln Acker and Miss Emily Ackor, of West Venango street, havo returned from tho Maine woods. Mrs. P. Hartman Fox, of Austin, Pa., Is visiting Mrs. J. Charles Wcnrath, of 353S North Eighth street. Mrs. Fox Is the wife of tho Stato Forester of Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elnwechter, of 3718 North Sixteenth street, havo closed their coun try place in Lansdowne and have returned to their winter home. Mr. nnd Mrs. George It. J. Burgert havo re turned from their wedding journey nnd will be nt home after Septembor 21, at 3412 North 23d street. Mrs. Burgert was Miss F. Emma Goforth, daughter of Mrs. Anna B. Goforth, of North 23d street. Dr. and Mrs. Milton K. Meyers will receive after October 15, at 1523 South Broad street. Mrs. Meyers was Mss Ethel K. Altshuler, daughter of Klvn Altshuler. Doctor Meyers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. SIgmund Meyers, of 3101 North 22d street. Miss Eda Stern, of North 21st street, has re turned from Atlnntlo City. ROXBOROUGH Miss NclIIo McKean, of Mason City, Iowa, who has been touring through New England, arrived In this city today nnd will be the guest for a week of Mrs. Chester Hopkins, of 204 Rochello avenue, Wlssnhlckon. Alexander Given and his daughter. Miss Fan nie Giviln, of Lyceum avenue, closed their sum mer homo In Ocean City and returned to their winter rsldenco on Tuesday. Mrs. Georpo Wickersham, of 302 Rochelle ave nue, Wissahlckon, has gono to Somers Point, where hhe will bo the guest of Mrs. Hannah Hayday. Several entertainments have been ar ranged In her honor. Mrs. Ella Bucock and her daughter. Miss Bucoek, have returned to their home on Rochelle avenue, after spending the summer at Stone Harbor. Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Hays, of Lyceum ave nue, have returned from an all summer's stay at Eagle's Mere. .Mrs. Sarah Meger, of Pittsburgh. Is visiting Mn. Frederick Whitney, of Rochelle avenue. .Mrs. Charles Slraub, of Ridgo avenue, who spent the summer In Europe, arrived home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mr.. Erwln Simpson and family have ut Lined to their winter residence on Green l.iun, after passing the season at their Ocean City oott.igo. Mr. William Snear and her daughters, Mrs. Sovilk Yaruall. Mrs. Harry Krolin. Jr., and Mrs. Juenl, Grow, aie spending several weeks tcuiilng through the Now England States. Dr. and Mrs. Ell G. Hoary havo retumed from a tour of the Great Lake region. Mra Christian Clegg, formeily of Roxbor ough, will make her future homo In Wlldwood. .Mrs. Clegg wai Miss Mary Robinson, daughter of John Robinson, of Ridge and Leverington avenues. LOUISE MEYERS As Petite Prunella, Forrest Theatre. EARLY LOVE A FROST BLIGHTS WOMEN'S LIVES Don't Fall in Love or Marry Early, Advises Peggy Wood, Operetta Prima Donna nt 22, Who Ilns Never, Never Been in Love. A winsome maid, a demure, a pretty maid a maid with cheolcs as lustrous as tho roscato shells of tho sea, with provocative oh, tan talizing lips, laughing, dancing, mischievous eyes and riotously curling brown hair. A maid In shlmmery gray, pink roses In her bodice, wearing a coquettish gray bonnet with pink roses on't. Captivating, fascinating only 221 And never In lovo! "Really truly," declared Peggy Wood, the star of "Adele," that charming French oper etta playing at the Garrlck. "I've never, never been in love. I don't want to fall in love. And I won't fall In love. There! You see. I havo serious Ideas on the matter of girls falling in love. It's n bad thing to do, a very, veiy bad thlngl Why, tho trouble with most women the reason thoy never develop any personality, or assert themselves In lite, or create a career Is Just this: They let themselves fall in love too soon. Why, love to n very young girl Is like a frost It destroys nil tho promising buds of life." Miss Wood Is perhaps the youngest prima donna of musical comedy In this country, and, whllo only 22, has plajed in "Naughty Mari etta," "Tho Lady nnd tho Slipper," "Tho Mad cap Duchess" and other successes. Mlsa Wood the daughter of Eugene Wood, tho celebrated author of "Bock Home," is as unique In her never having had a romance ns she Is beautiful. enchanting. It was In her dressing room last evening. Sho had just finished making up for her part. Not that she needed much make-up Indeed, no, for her complexion Is clear as tho dawn, radiant, rosy. Gently sho patted her face with a powder puff, here nnd thero. Out on ttw stago Wllmuth MerkyI was singing the opening number; outside of Miss Wood's dressing room. hanging with flouncy spangled things and redo lent of subtle perfume, the "cast" moved to and fro. Miss Wood rose, and her maid French Algerian In Louislan disguise gave the fin ishing touches to her drc3s. Her aunt. Mlas Wood's companion and chapcrone, solicitously sopaiated tho curls of her hair. "I'm a serious person." declaied Miss Wood. "I believe In a future for wumen. In tholr doing great work In tho world.' I'm also n Socialist." A cry whether of amazement or dismay arose from lltho and lounging James Redmond, who plays tho part of Ri.l.ert Friebur, in lovo with "Adele." Mr. Redmond is an Englishman with Mona LImi hands "It's true'" Miss Wood's ev s Hashed. "I'm THEATRICAL IJA12DERER ADELPIH "Help Wanted," comedy, drama. Perils nnd pitfalls of glrl3 In business world. Stenographers, bewnro! BROAD "'Drugged," by Owen Davis, starring John Maon. Mystery, murder, morphine eating wife. $ll,u00 theft, revolver. Bangl Unngf What more d'y'u want? CHESTNUT STREET OPERA lIOtTSB "fa blrla," ono of the most spectacular mo 'ng plcture dramas ever presented Lovo rum war In tho third century B. C. Thoy kissed Jum tho Bnmo wav. FoniinST "ZlcufcM Follies." Light. Wrj light, In humor nnd clothes. Bert Williams tlckloi tho funny convolution of your brain. OARItirtC -'A'IcIp," Fri'iirh operetta, rosento joinalire, siren Hinging. Dollrnto. dainty. With tage mcs'iigf don't kill youisolf when a for tune's romlntr to you. WALNUT "Siberia," thrilling as It wns 33 years ago, crrtnln to keep fair dnmsols from exploring tho snowy steppes for romance. great emotional experience. But I want to dls tlngulsh between tho callow calf love of llfoa April and the Intelligent and mature passion of; hum! nftcr twenty-two!" Miss Wood was Interrupted. A French maid entered. "Georgia Calno's run out of her face enamel. May wo borrow yours?" "Tako It," commented Miss Woods' dusky maid. "Strango how some folks seem to drlnlt Up face wash." MI3S Wood continued: "Supposing I should havo already married. During tho past jenrs I've been developing. I've been four years on the stngo. I've had to study hard, and I've Improved as I worked, I expect to Improve further. If I had mar rled tho man might hao developed ahead of me I might havo devolopcd ahead of tho man oh, that's quite imsnlblo! That would hav been terrible. Yet, that's what Invariably hap pens with too early marriages then divorce! I bellovo In mnrrlago being permanent. Yes, ono great love In a lifetime that only Is worth while. It's worth waiting for. Women should steel their hearts to nil romanco until Uioy nro perfectly grown mentally then lot tho Irro slstlbto come! "With tho evolution of women nnd their de mand for expression manifested In ono phase by the suffrage movement women are becom ing more intelligent In matters of romanco. They're not going to give themselves to silly calf-love affairs and let their hearts bo dragged In the dust. Nor nro thoy going to submerge their personalities In early marrlngo. Wo'rej getting away from tho Spanish-Gorman idea, thank heavens! Think of mo presiding over a cook stove, tho laundry, preparing welnor schnitzel for 'my matin' and rearing a family of children! A typical complacent 'frau'! Indo pondence self-expression an Individual career In life' That Is what all women should strlva fori Llvo for! Wait for! And for this tight love must go by. "Which Is most Important, marriage or an artistic career? To me, an artistic careerl Success In my work means more to me than marriage can, than being a mother can. I de vote all my attention, my heart and my soul to my work, nnd the Increasing mastery of my art Is tho most gratifying thing in llfo to me. "At my age I'd really be afraid to marry afraid of how I'd regard the man, or he me, a few years later. Early marriage Is dangerous perilous! As for marriage later I'm not evea considering it! I'vo never been In love I re peat I've no Intention of marrying. And X don't want to marry! Of course," wlnsom. "Adele" smiled bewitchingly, "it iaNJlSavcrble, that women chango their r-lnds." "Miss Wood!" It was tho call boy. PASTOR PRAYS FOR PEACE Philadelphia Sunday School Association flears Tlea. rrayer3 for the speedy restoration of peace throughout the world were offered last night at tho annual convention of tho Seventh Dis trict. Philadelphia County Sui day School As sociation, in Chambcrs-Wyllo Memorial Pres byterian Church Tho prayer was offered by tho pastor, the Rev. Dr. John Grant Newman. Tho Rev. J. M. PRlmer, of Ollvo African Methodist Episcopal Church, spoke on "Tho Sunday School's Text Book." and tho Rev. A. dl Demenlcn. of tho Baptist Settlement House, told of Sunday school work among th Italians. Exercises were conducted by mem bers of the Mariners' Baptist Bethel School, under the direction of Georgo W. Friend. SMITH-GIBSON A pretty wedding will bo solemnized this afternoon when Miss Gertrude Gibson, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gib' on will be come tho bride of !onurd B. Smith The ceiemony will be performs nt the I- ,m of the t bride's parents, 7-, Norwood av -iu- Cliest I nut Hill, at 3 o'clock, by th. R,-. ,r Wojt- s5 $ M "- .uius uioson wlil be un . . i. mi serious. Young women should absolutely not ' Jfr' Smltu WH hive Frnnk Ituk-ibch as CHESTER AND VICINITY The marriage of John R. Helms, of Chester, and Miss Mario Estlln, daughter of tho Rev. nnd Mrs. J. P. Estlln. of Boothwyn. will take placo somo tlmo during November. Former Mayor Samuel B. Turner has re turned from a week's tour of Maryland and Virginia. Miss Harriet Turner has returned to her home m Eddystone from Atlantic City, where fcho spent a week. Joseph Cramer, of Ridley Park, has gono to Cumberland. Mil., where he will spend the winter months. Rlchnrd S. Pomeroy nnd family have re turned to their homo n W.jley Park from a summer's stay at Occnn City. Benjamin F. Smith, of Upland. Is homo after an extensive tour of the West. Mrs. Harvey T. Ogden. of Boothwyn, Is en tertaining her mother, Mrs. Mary Edwardes of Penniieid, pu, ' NEWPORT NEWPORT, R. I. Sept. lS.-M.rs. Arthur O. James gave a dinner last night. Count and Countess de San Esteban, wjl0 havo been visiting Mr and Mrs. M. M. va Bouren. nre at iho Muenchlngcr King. Mrs. John Mayer, of Morrlstown. N J whs has been occupying tho Armstcad cottuge, will spend tho winter here. Mis. NeUon Brown, of Philadelphia, oo, cupyin? one of the Pinanl cottages, will enter tain Informally with a dinner today for the Russian Ambassador and Madame Bakhme, toff. Mrs William B Carrton and her daughter, MUs Margucrlt Cajierton. will return to Phil adelphia on Saturday and Join Rar AJmlral William B Capcrton befon he assume com mand of the cruiser squadron. Mr and Mrs. Robvrt K Cassatt will ieMa . for Philadelphia today. Mr, and Mrs. FrancU IGowen end their stajr tomorrow, and return to PniladelsMa. permit themselves to fall in lovo. Thuy should let young men fall In love with them nh, yesl Thnt's great fun! It gives experience! Qrl3 need experience! They should let all the young men fall In lovo with thorn they can tease them, play with them, hut hold them off and study them. Ah, htudy them! Verily the proper study for womankind Is man!" Peggy Wood made an inimitable gesture. "Peggy has always had these Ideas ever since ho was a child," inteipalated her aunt. "I asauto you she is quito surlous. She has had many beaux many. Indeed! But she has kept herself quite remote." "Surely!" exclaimed Miss Wood. "I let them do all the feeling nnd suffer emotions! Isn't that wise? It's what all girls should do! If I were advising girls I'd toll them to flirt and coquette and be Jmt, well, absolutely ns ml.-chievous as can be! And ever study men! They can uso tho knowledge thoy acquire to advuntngo later. You seo, 1 don't believe in early marriage. Girls should wait until they nro maturo before they marry. And they should create 'their career tlrst. "What happens when a girl lets herself fall In love? Sh Juh gets engiossed In a man when the should bo concentrating In her own development. She la carriud away by a gamut of feelings, suffers ami all that, and Is quite 'cut up. Then, too, her personality is crushed, obliterated, by that of the man she loves. Con. bide r women who marry early the Spanish and German women for example. What great women liavo t-mersed from bpaln and ger many very few, very few! J can think v( none! What have the women don in these countries? Nothing. They arc household chat tels. They aio dominated by on arrogant bus. band who does what ho pleases. a a da they have tost all personality. They are gral. able drudges, negative, complacent, pitiful. "Yes, I'm a buffraglst. I believe in th de velopment of women and women's alia ring in the work of the world. FiUlins in toys garly and early marriage cannot but blight wo man' future life Young women should Brlf-t.xpro:jion in work ir son form of urt ' They shuuld let romance eu by until i,ey i,a burenucu nu usiauiisreu inemseHei Then let them fall m love and marry If they wir.t to After atl, love ii in ir$pir'tiB thing. arj Prr a supreme esyretjia in art cwaej jtr soart bot man. Tho house will be elaboratly dpCo- raicu witn white roses and palms. About C9 guests aro expected. AMUSEMENTS. loew?s Knickerbocker THEATftE- Iv'ntn i. u. f JIi'U .ll S,:s Mnrk! Al. e -fOili S! ni.1 r m i ii f " - tM 'M HI IT r Jul. 1 t. -' ' t,vst :-' i l .i. 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