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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 19, 1914, Night Extra, Image 11

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0 .7 ...... have teen sent out by tho Race
lnvlu" ,. wmiiwnarah Hunt Club for
immltteo o clubhouse Satur-
MtroTi; of Media, Pa., ahnouneo the en
S of their daughter, MIm Arabella
gMP to Allen Hunter, Jr., son of Mr.
m Allen Munlor, of Chestnut Hill.
and WW. , f r th0 -wedding.
Ho daw "" . f hv lho
Comm- , the ciubhouso
' October 3, before the races. Tho guest,.
dar' , rfSto owners of horses entered In tho
, and Btcwards, judges and other officials
r. ii r.tco mcotlng.
!rat four-ln-hand coaches will bo driven
So. including those of Edward D.
! iih Frederlo Strawbrldge, Captain E,
Smith. , niirklsv.
Innc thoso who have already reserved park
. Unices are Edward D. Toland, C. Bradford
. itv Edwin N. Bonson, Jr., Stovenson
S James O. Lolpor, Jr., Miss Emily
iiv J Stanley Reeve, Jesse Williamson,
?' Captain E. B. Cassatt, Mrs. II. Howard
rniSon. Jr., James W. Cooke, F. S. Whlttakcr.
i Sis B. Stoughton, Daniel D. Wontz, John
Packard, 3d. Mrs. Arthur Blddio, Fred-
i. h Strawbrldge, Clement N. Williams,
nobert K. Cassatt, George F. Tyler, William
if nilts. Honry Frazlor Harris, Theodoro C.
Voorliecs, K. M. Cadwalader, Httmllton pisston,
William 0. Warden and nil. Nelson Buckley.
The Huntingdon Valloy Club will give a din
er dance tonight nt tho club house. A dinner
! dance wis given last night, also, which was
ery well nttended. .
Mr. ana Mrs. Edgar B. Hownid, who are at
Ambleside, their summer homo nt Bar Harbor,
Ho., will return to Merlon on Monday. .
Jlis J. A. Johnson, who has spent tho sum
Bier abroad, Is now at tho Bellevue-Stratford for
short stay. Sho will return to her homo in
Virginia next week.
Mr. a'"1 Mrs' J' C' JICKargeo, who have been
'rpendlng the summer at tho seashore, havo
"taken apartments nt the nittenhouse Hotel for
itho winter. Admiral nnd Mra. W. P. Harris nro
j,lo at this hotel.
L Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcofgo Breed, of 6220 Wayno
lvcnuc, gave nn Informal dance for tho younger
tet hst night at tho Philadelphia Cricket Club.
One hundred nnd twenty-flvo guests attended.
Mis. K. D. Blair, who 1ms spent several weeks
jt Fishers Island, has returned to her home
en Lovers' lane, at Edgowater Park, N. J.
Mra. Henry Lowls, Wood, of Williamsburg,
Va., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. David
Smith, at her home, Tho Appledon, at Edge-
I water ram.
lla Marlon H. Crcsswell, of Edgowater
fark, N. .1., Is the guest of Mrs. Worthlngton
Pcranton ot 300 Monroe street, Scrnnton, Pa.,
during tlio tennis tournament at the Scranton
Country Club.
Samuel B. Echkeit, Jr., whose marriage to
Hiss Agnes Musser will take place next Sat
urday in Dorset. Vt, will entertain his ushers
It the Kacquct Club tonight.
Among the guests will bo E. R. Stoevor, J. E.
Copo Morton, Alexander D. Orange, Austin O.
Maury, C P. Brown, W. H. Patterson, Clar
tnco H. Clark, 3d, Emlen Drayton, Henry C.
Drayton, Albert Lawrcn-o Smith, Robert Burns,
C. J. Schmidlopp, H. M. Malono, Henry Slmp
on. F Louis Washburn, It. B. Evans, George
W. Elklns, Jr., J. R. Blatz, Francis Kemble, Dr.
John Musser and Dr. Richard Pcarce.
Mrs. J. Lewis Crozer, of Braeside, Upland,
Pa., has returned from a motor trip through
New England.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury will givo
n dance In honor of Miss Cordelia BIddle the
ptgot of December 22. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J.
Prexcl Blddio will give a dance for their
daughter January 7.
The engagement ot Miss Dabney Maury Hal
ie. diughtrr of Mr. nnd Mrs. James T. Halsey,
and HarrIon Crulkshank, of Wilmington. Del.,
has been announced. Tho marriage will take
(Lie caily In tho winter.
Jli and Mrs. Abel P. Wetherlll. of Wynne
wcud will leave on Tuesday with Mr. Wetherlll'a
lather, W. 11. Wetherlll, for a trip along the
Hudson River. Mr. and Mrs. Abel Wetherlll
after their return to Wynnewood will again
itart on a trip for Louisville, Ky.. on October 4.
The marriage of Miss Sarah Elizabeth Put
ran., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Putnam,
of ISM Spruce street, this city, and Seaton
b'chiotdcr, Jr., took place today in Grace
Chunk Watcrvlllc, N. Y.. where tho Putnams
lm,, ilitli country place.
The Misses Walton, of Drexcl Hill, Delaware
Couit, entertained nt a marshmallow roast on
Thuisdav evening In tho woods near their home.
'n informal dance In tho houso followed the
iOJi.t About forty guests were present, among
lYhoin wUe the following Phllndelphlans: Tho
Hisses turning, tho Misses Loughlln, Miss Mc-
I'ul'ouuh, Miss Almeo Junker, Miss Helen
SIooip an 1 Messrs. Keely, Jackson Blank, Will
iam r. Loughlln, Joseph Creamer, Herman
Junkei, fharlps Towno nnd William Stanton.
oVEiiiiHOOk Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Du Mee
ind Miss Du Mee, who went abroad early In
ihe s'linmer, havo leturncd to their home on
0erbio.k aenue.
Mrs .1. CIan.-nto White, of 6327 Lancaster avo
Hie, hj returned homo after a month's stay
In Virginia.
JI' v' ll Roberts, who has just returned
fruni N irnigansett Pier, Is the guest of Sir,
nd Mrs W.ilter F. Thompson.
Mr and Mrs. A. Logan McCoy have returned
rom Jameitown, It, I.
Jans It Urooko and family, of 540O Wood
lint avtimc, nie homo fiom Mount Klnco, Me.
'I! Mirgaret Hnrrlty has returned from
J.'arope r.,rs. William P. Harrlty and her
tiaunht. ra nro Btill abroad, but hope to obtain
Jasuicc r.e.t month.
Mehion Mr. an.t tra. Lincoln Oodfrey, Jr..
ho .u, still :,t N'orthi'ast Harbor, Me., are
trit.'d lomi. tlio last of this month,
Jlr nn,l Mrj. John W. Iluckman and JIIH
williiu i iiuikinan, who spent the summer
t thin , .t.,B,. ,lt North Hndley. Canada, n--turnnl
u, Mulun last week and have opened
fx'r '"'in. , ii s,i4th ilighland nvenue.
)! I.' Hi.uii Finicttcr has returned to her
Hn" ii liahd iond, after a visit to Atlantic
HliLlllll Mr and Mrs. Samuel It. McDow
W .tim i lm,j ntently leturned from the Dcla.
" Wdtn a.ip. MM Margaret McDowell,
r sisiei. Mi Sjhester Megargee, and Sam-
' It MilJuwcll, Jr., who have been spending
fee iveilts in the- l'ocono Mountains, aro ex-
-a liuiiiu th t irij- i,ait of nt.3tt wet;k,
Mrs U.K,. 1 1, iifor,3i of -voodhide avenue,
rilunu.j Horn a. blx weeks' tour through
"w Eniri.i-,,1 m. ...,J, . ...,.
-". I'uauiu rruiier, -Jlisa tteivn
e ud Mish Agnes Gllmore. of Lvnn.
'. Ulsct ,r..l !. .. .. .. .,
- ... nit inp wiiii airs, uutoru.
twudE,00U ilrs John W' Colcs llas rc"
rom Visit to Cape May, and Mrs,
Mrs. Clothier is an ardent horse lover and
usually exhibits her horses herself at the
annual shows in Devon and Bryn Mawr.
Mr. and Mrs. Clothier will entertain in their
box during the Bryn Mawr Show, which will
open on Monday.
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George Trotter Tyler, who Bpent tho summer In
England, is also back at Orfric. Mrs. Coles
will open her town house, 2114 Pino street, tho
6th of October. Mrs. Tyler, as usual, will spend
the winter with her.
Mr. and Mis. Webster King Wetherlll have
closed their summer residence at Jamestown,
R. I., and are now visiting Mrs. Wetherlll's
father, Caleb Cresson, at The Oaks, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. David Goodbread have returned
from Atlantic City.
ARDMOnE Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Colton, of
Singing Wood, nre'recelvlng congratulations on
tho birth of a son, Joseph Ferrell Colton. Mrs.
Colton will be remembered as Miss Mary R.
Mr. and Mrs. George Clymer Brooke have
returned from Watcli Hill, R. I., nnd are now
at their home on Glenn road.
HAVUnroitD Mlee A. C. Russell, of Lake For
est, 111., Is tho guest of Miss Alice Granger.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baum and their daughter,
Miss Kathorino Baum, have taken apartments
at Haverford Coutt.
HOSEMONT Mis. AV. U. Allison and her
daughters, Miss Marcelle Allison and Miss
Mary Allison, of Rosemont, have returned from
Bar Harbor.
Mrs.' Joseph F. Slnnott and Miss Mary E.
Slnnott have returned after a motor trip
througli Now England.
VILLANOVA-George W. Packnid and family
have returned fiom a summer's stuy at Saranac
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Btown havo returned
from Bailey's Island, Me.
Mis3 Marlon Sharpless, of Hatherton, Chel
ten Hills, has as her guest Miss Marlon Tcodt,
daughter of Mr. and Mis. E. B. Tcodt, of New
York. Next week Miss Teodt will be the guest
of Mrs. Edward Wlnslow Taylor and Miss
Anna Sharpless Taylor at Cedron, their home
on Queen lane, Germantown.
Mrs. George F. Lasher and Miss Gertrude Gil
bert havo returned to their homo on Washing
ton lone. Rydal, after spending some time at
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Fox and Miss Margaret
Fox have returned to "Ilerthcllyn," their, home
In Ogontz, after spending the summer at Cape
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter A, Unlloy havo returned
to their home on Lenox road, Jenklntown, after
spending some time at Chelsea.
A kitchen shower will be given tonight at the
homo of Miss Amelia Shclp, In Wyncote, in
honor of Miss Clara Schoble, whoso marriago
to Willis MncDonald Powell will tako place I
October V.
Tho ladles' auxiliary to the Men'c Impruvo
mont Society of South Oak Lane will meat on
Monday evening at Association Hall, on Broad '
street, nnd plan the winter's entertainment for
tho association, A Etrles of card partiej, din
ners and dances, onu of which will take place
every other week during the season, will bo '
arranged, with committees ro- euch month's
In cliargo on Monday evening will he Mrs.
Cornelius Van Aitfcd.ilun and Mrs. Edward Mo
Mrs. Charles Feuier, of Tenth street. Oak
Lane, will return .today after several weeks
spent In Now York.
Mr iud Mrs,. Arthur Carroll, of 3ecnth street, '
Oak Lane, returned on Wednesday, after be
eral weeks spent nt Lake Hoputcong. N. y.
A dinner dance and muslcalo will mark tho
opening season of the North Hills Country
CluU today. Neatly 3) guests will bo presi-nt at
dlnii'ir. ,
The day's entertainment will begin nt in
the afternoon, with a inusleale, followed by a I
reception to the members, 1
The hostesses for tho day will be Mrs. Will- i
Mr, nnd MM. J. Percy Keallnff will return to
day from New England to thlr homo In Bt.
Martins lane.
Mr. tand Mrs. Jacob Sleelmart Dlsston nnd
Miss Dorothy Dlsston havo returned to Nor
wood Hall,( their homo on Chestnut avenue,
after spending the summer at Northeast Har
bor, Me.
Mr. and Mre. Patrick Grant, 2d, who are now
In Malno, will not return to their home on
Chestnut avenuo until Monday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gordon McCouch have returned
safely from Europe, where they have been
spending the summer, to their homo In St.
Martin's lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowland have returned
from Bar Harbor and ar occupying their house
on Crcfeldt avenue.
Mrs. Boll nnd her daughter, Miss Elizabeth
Wheeler, ot Colorado Springs, nro visiting Mrs.
Bell's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth H. Hulse, at her
home In Highland.
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian J. Wellens, of 357 Gowen
avenue, Mount Airy, have left for a trip to
The marriage of Miss Marguerite Baldy and
Mr. Spencer K. Buttcrworth will take placd
on Wednesday, September 23, at 4 p. m., in
Grace Church, Mt. Airy.
Miss Baldy Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
M Dlnlmlck Baldy nnd granddaughter of tho
Reverend Hurley Baldy, of 203 East Gowen
j uvuiiui;.
t Mr. Buttorworth Is the son of) Mr. and Mrs.
Charles M. Buttorworth, also of Mt. Airy.
Reverend Thomas F. Cllne, rector of Grace
Church, will perform tho ceremony.
Tho brldo will be given In marriage by her
father and will wear a traveling gown.
Miss Catharine Baldy, a sister, will bo the
maid of honor and C. Melcher Buttorworth, a
brother of tho groom, will act as best man.
Following a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Butter-
worth will live in West Phlladclpnia.
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Taylor and family, of
154 East Mt. Airy avenue, who have been In
Atlantlo City Blnco June 1, returned to their
homo on Thursday.
Mrs. Hllson H. Whyte and her son, Law
rence Whyte. of 7415 Boyer otreot, who have
been abroad for several months, will remain in
Scotland until tho mtddlo of October.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Taylor and their
daughter, Miss Florenco Taylor, who havo been
abroad for several months, returned and havo
opened tholr homo at 230 East Gowon avenue.
Miss Emma Samuel, of 369 Gowon avenue,
who has spent the summer at Sweden, returned
to her homo on Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Ellwood Carpenter and
family, who havo spent tho summer at Ocean
City, returned on Thursday to their homo at
7417 Sprague strcot, Mt. Airy.
Mrs. George E. Tllge, of 228 West Chelten
avenue, announces tho engagement of her
daughter, Helen Tilgo, and Lawrence Ripley
Clapp, of New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Allison have returned
from Jamestown, whero they spent the sum
mer, to their home In Pelham.
Dr. and Mrs. Alexis Dupont Smith and their
daughter, Mies Dorothy Smith, of Harvey nnd
Greene streets, who havo been abroad since
August 1, will sail from London today and bo
at home on September 27.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dunn and family,
of 221 West Allen's lane, will return on Mon
day after several weeks spent at Eagle's Merc,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schwartz, who havo
been spending tho summer In Chelsea, have re
turned to their home, 112 West Walnut lane.
The Misses Marguerite and Agnes Janssen
will give a luncheon, followed by cards, today
at their home, 103 East Mermaid, iano. Dahlias,
asters and ferns will be used In the decora
tions. Their guests will be Miss Florenco
Rhodes, Miss Margaret Williamson, Miss Grace
Washburn, Miss Emlllc Wallace, Miss Lillian
Ramsay, Miss Bessie McQullkln, Miss Alma
Steuber, Miss Elizabeth Baker, Miss Erma
Peters and Miss May Parker.
Mr. and Mra. William Harmon George and
their daughter. Miss Anna Martin George, of
6S East Johnson street, who have been abroad
for tho summer, will sail from London today
and bo at home on Tuesday, September 27.
In the party Is Frederick Dunn, Jr., and
nophow of Mrs. George, who will return with
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis, Miss Catherine.
Davis and Miss Margaret Davis will return
next week from North Adams, Mass.
Mrs. Frank Bird Gummey returned to her
homo, 6418 Greeno street, this week, from Up
perdam, Me.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Percy O. Bright, of 5113 Pulaski
avenue, have returned from Massachusetts,
where they spent the summer.
Mrs. Frank K. Gllllngham, of 3105 West
Pcnn stieet, has as her guest Miss Helen Lin
coln, of Attleboro, Mass.
Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Karpclcs. of West Chelten
nvenue, have returned to town, having motored
from the Delaware Water Gap.
Mr. and Mr3. James A. Emery, of 5104 Wayno
avenue, with their family, have returned to
town from New England where they spent
July and August.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis K. Lewis, Miss Frederlca
Lowls, WIcr and Henry Lewis will motor to
Chelsea today to spend the week-end.
Miss Anna J Neckcr, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Julius Necker, of 4723 Klngesslng avenue,
will bo married to George Krler, of 1115
Plna street, nt,- FrancU do Sales Church, 47th
street and Springfield nvenue, Wednesday, Sep
tember 23, at 1j. m,
Mr. Krler, who Is a sculptor, cam from Ger
many about five years ago to make his homo
In this country. Ita was introduced to Miss
Necker shortly after his arrival by Mr. Theo
dore Friendoofer, who has since roturncd to
Germany and has joined tho Kaiser's forces
in tho present war.
Miss Necker was attending school when she
first met Mr. Krler, and Just finished her prepa
ration to become a teacher last term.
After the marriage the couple will resldo with
the brldo's parents at 4723 Klngsesslng avenue,
Tho Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Frank P, Parkin, ac
companied by their son, Harold Clarke Parkin,
returned last week from their Beasldo cottage
at Oak Bluffs, Mass., on the Island of Martha's
Vineyard, to their apartments In the Nether
lands, 4310 Chestnut street.
Mrs. 13. F. Kelly, of Tobyanna, who spent
the l summer abroad, has returned and has
taken apartments at tho Normandlo for tho
winter. She was accompanied by Miss M. A.
Depne. ,
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Mayer, of Vcntnor,
motored to this city early In tho week and
spent several days as tho guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Edward S. Btackhouso at their homo, 4617
Cedar avenue.
Frank Rommel and Miss Helen Rommel, who
spent the summer abroad, havo returned to
the Bartram for tho winter.
Mra. G. M. Eldrldgo, of 4107 Locust street,
has returned from Klttery olnt, Me., where
she spent tho Bummer. :
Mrs. James E. Stokes and her daughter, Miss
Mary C Stokes, of 3642 Chestnut street, will
close their cottage at Capo May tho end of
tho week nnd return to town.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Off, of 4202 Walnut
trcot, have returned from Asbury Park, whero
they spent tho Bummer.
Mrs. Georgo C. Schoff and her son, Lawrenco
Schoff, of 4205 Pino street, havo returned from
a visit to Mrs. Edward E. Paxson at Bycot, Pa.
Mrs. William G. Moffott, of 4242 Chestnut
Btreot, has returned after having spent tho
summer at Ocean City, Md. Miss Gladys Mof
fett camo home last week, having spent tho
summer In Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Router, of 1121 South
46th street, returned last week after a summer
spent in Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Reppllerhave returned
from a motor trip to Lake Georgo to their
homo, 204 South 42d Btreet.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dcerlng nnd Miss
Kathorino Dcerlng will return from Cape May
to their home, 41st and Spruce streets, on
October 1.
Miss Putnam, who is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Earl B. Putnam, of 1926 Spruce
street, this city, and a niece of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Walter R. Eastburn, of 2141 North
Eighteenth street, will give a dinner tonight
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Eckel. Covers
will bo laid for ten. Mrs. Eastburn has JuBt
returned from Ocean City,
Mrs. Eastburn and Mrs Z. Glading, of 231S
South Broad street, will leave on October 2S
to visit in New Yoik, Rldgewood, N. J., nnd
Englewood, N. J. Thoy will visit also Mrs.
James HlnchllfC at Fuller Terrace, Orange.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin Dale, formerly of
2116 North Fifteenth street, are occupying
their new apartments at Queen Lane, German
town. Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Coles and their
daughter, Miss Iva Coles, of 1931 Dauphin street,
havo returned from Blackwood, N. J., where
they passed the summer
Mrs. J. C. Kltchenman, ot 2517 West Oxford
street, has just returned from a -ojourn at At
lantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rawlins, Jr., and their
daughter, of 2141 North Eighteenth street, have
returned from a tour through tho Thousand
Islands, Montreal and Quebec.
Clarence A. Hutton, of 1854 North Wllllngton
Btreet, has returned home. Mr. Suttcn spent
most of the summor, at the Rho De'ta Kappa
Fraternity HouBe In Oceun City.
Tho Rho Delta Kappa Fraternity closed Its
house at Ocean City. N. J.. September 13. The
fraternity Is now making arrangements for
the annual series of dances to take place dur
ing the coming winter.
The first dance will probably be held the
latter part of October.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Zimmerman, of 2211 North
Eighteenth street, have returned to their home,
having spent the summer at their cottage In
Ocean City, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. George Geggenhelmer and Mrs.
M. Green, of 2217 North 33d street, have Just
returned after spending tho summer nt Wild
wood. Mrs. Geneva Elliott nnd her daughter, Miss
Florence Elliott, of 1S07 North Camnc street,
returned during tho week from Atlantic City,
where they spent the summer. Edward Elliott
has returned from a tour through the West to
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Kucn. of North
Eighteenth street, hnve returned from Atlantic
City, where they hae been staying since tho
early summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Levy nnd their daugh
ter, Miss Nana Levy, returned from a summer's
Btny In Chelsea on Wednesday nnd have opened
their winter home. 2223 North Park avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. John It. Young, -t 1S35 North
Park avenue, havo opened their winter home
after spending the summer in Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander A. Sawers. of Nmth
Twelfth street, have returned from Bay View,
Long Island Sound, nnd Bridgeport, Conn.,
where they passed the summer, und have, gone
to Atlantic City over tho week-end. Their son,
Alexander C. Sawers, has returned home from
an extended yachting cruise on Long Island
Miss Margaret Lomis, of North 22d street,
has returned from Northtleld, Mnxi.
Mrs. Jacob SaXad.t nnd her daughter. Miss
Ruth Sallada, of 1933 North Eighteenth street,
have returned from several weeks' visit In
Milton. Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stoer havs clo.'eft their
cottago In Chelsea and have been spending a
few days In town prior to their departure for
Michigan on Monday.
Mrs IMwIn Wilkinson, Jr., will glyo an in
furmul luncheon nt her homo. 1303 lluntlntj
Park avenue, Thursday. September C4.
Mr ami Mrs. W. U. Chambers, of 5217 NurtU
Broad street, havis returned from Otwm City,
Miss Mabel 1,1ml. of 1723 Wsl TioSH strcot,
left "ii TliuiMliiy for East uratit N. J., where
she ia the guest of Mrs. William Parkinson.
Her slstei. Miss I .aura l.tml, is nagging tho
ieok-eud lth Miss Maiiim Ullpln, of Rlyer
ton, N. J.
Mis? Elsie Slnzhi-lmcr, of l$-.'l West Rrlo aYD.
nue. is 'lvlni; a linen shower today for Miss
Olive Fulton Gemini, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William ticmini. who will be married j0 Hector
Alexeuder Siiizheiiner early In November.
Mrr. William Jennings and her daughter.
Miss Alice Jennings, of North Nineteenth
street, havo returned from Seaside Park, where
lam U. Hummers. .Mrs. Franklin Meehan. Mrs. Charlemagne Tower, will be married today tncy ,vcre ,h,x w13 ot JIrs- John Weaver,
georjr I'ong. Mrs. Lewis Block. Mrs. Fred- , jn Waterville. N. Y to Seaton Schroeder Mr- uml Mrs- F,sh" n-Urymp'e and their
erlcH Jl. Kaselbaum and Mrs. Guy Whlddln. I jr 0 Washington, D. C. '1 daughter. Miss Alice Dalrympte. of 3JS0 North
Sixteenth street, who spent ! eMin ltl Mh
City, returned to their winter hom today-,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles BArber, of 181 Wert
Ontdrlo street, have returned from ft fortnight a
visit In aioVersvlIle, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosenstem and family
have closed their cottage In Atlantic City and
have returned to their winter home, 2131 West
Ontario street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Dotts, of 2037 West Tioga
street, havo returned homo after spending the
season on the coast of Maine.
Miss Helen Ilellly gave a luncheon on Thurs
day at her homo, 1911 West Venango street.
Tlio guest of honor was Miss Elsa Sonsa.
Mr.' and Mrs. Tliomas C, Poole, of 1318 Hunt
ing Park avenue, have returned from their cot
tago In tho Berkshire Hills, Brandford, Mass.,
where they paBBod the summer.
Tlio Evangelist Home, of Old York road and
Hunting Park avenue, is giving a sauerkraut
supper Thursday evening, September 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Hlllman, of North Thir
teenth Btreot, will return to their home from
Cape May, Tuesday, September 22.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John J. Lamb, of 3219 North
25th street, aro making a tour of the Great
Mr. nnd Mrs. Benlamln Booth and their
daughter, Miss Eveline Booth, of 1013 Venango
street, haw returned from Atlantic City, whore
they Bpent the summer.
The Flat Rock Motorboat Club gave a tango
party last night at the club house In Shaw
mont, which was beautifully decorated with
fall flowers and ferns. The members present
were: Commodore and Mrs. A. H, Bradley,
Mlsa Florence Bradley, Dr. and Mrs. Eugeno
Swayne, Mr. and Mrs. Vandegrlft, Mr. and
Mrs. John C. Vandersllce, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lsnlnger, Mr. and Mrs, Georgo W. Sands, Mr.
niid Mrs. Harry Rldlcr, Miss Sue Price, Miss
Florence Rldler and Miss Bertha Rldlcr, Mr.
and Mrs. William Matthews, Miss Wolf, Miss
May Price and Mlai Elizabeth Price, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Stanley NcIboii, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Thomas, Mrs. William Field, Mlsa Gertrude
Field, Miss Alice Rldler and Miss Mabel Rldler,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Winkler, Miss Grace Ed
wards, Mrs. Charles Miller, Miss Staley, Roland
Bradley, Leslie Kruson, Elliott Kruson, C.
Harry Aires, Thomas Markle, Walter Vande
grlft, P. William Ridley, John Wolf, John Field,
Ivan Field, Joseph Winkler, Jr., Enrl Har
lan, Albert Lawson, John Kelly, Frederick
Staley, William Price and George C. Kruscn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Swager Potts, of 6011
Ridge avenuo, havo returned from Ocean City.
Miss Mildred Z. Holt, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Z. Holt, of 145 Sumac street, Wlssa
hlckon, has returned home after spending sev
eral weeks In Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Slter Cornog. who spent the
summer at Capo May Point, have returned to
their winter house, 6951 Ridge avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Fox, of 202 Rochelle ave
nue. Wissahlckon, 'have returned from a
month's stay at Beach Haven.
Mr. and Mrs. George Rlghtcr, of Ridge ave
nuo and Gorgaa lane, have returned from an
all-summer's stay at Wlldwood.
Mrs. Samuel Crowther and her daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Crowther, have returned from
a two weeks' stay at Atlantic City,
Miss Ida J. Larkln, of West Sixth street. Is
homo after an extensive tour of Florida.
Mrs. Pennell Larkln Is visiting her sister,
Mrs. William T. Foster, at Childs, Me.
Miss Marie Fen ell, of East Fourteenth street,
has returned from Easton, Pa., where sho was
tho guest of friends for two weeks.
Miss Knthryn Kelly has returned to her homo
on East Fifteenth street after a week's stay
with relatives at Elmlra.
Miss Dorothy Marshall has returned to her
homo In Marcus Hook after a month's visit
to friends at Bridgeport, Conn.
mil Mrs. George W. Schwartz, of Pros
pect Park, aro spending a week with friends
nt Scottdale, Pa.
Miss Virginia Vauclain has returned to her
home at Altoona, after being entertained for
a week by Mrs. J. L. Smith, of Ridley Parle
A, quiet wedding was solemnized this morning
nt a nuptial mass In the Church of St. Francis
do Sales, at which the Rev. Father Thomas J.
Hanney ofileiatcd, when Mrs. Sara Sage became
tho bride of Dr. Robert Yates. Mrs. Sago wore
a dark blue cloth traveling suit with a hat to
match,, and was attended by her sister. Miss Suo
Mcaklm, as maid of honor. Miss Menkim wore
n suit of dark blue charmeuse and carried
Doctor Yates had as his best man his brother,
David Yates. The couple left for Niagara Im
mediately after the ceremony, nnd upon their
teturn will make their home in thin city. Doc
tor Vatea is otliclal coach of the Swarthmore
biueball and basketball teams.
I am restless. I am athirst for furaway things.
My soul goes out in a longing to touch the skirt
of the dim distance.
0 Great Beyond, O the keen call of thy flute!
1 forget, 1 ever foiget, that I have no wings
to My, that I am bound In this spot ever
tnoio. I am eager and wakeful, I nut a stranger in a
Strang luud,
Thy urunth cornea to me whispering on Impos
sible hope.
Thy tonsuo Is known to my heart as Its very
0 F,u-to.Seek, O tho keen call of thy flute!
1 forgot. I over forget, that I know not the
way. that. I have not tho winged horse.
I un llatisss, I am a wanderer In my heart.
In tho sunny hazo of the lansuld hours, what
vast vision of thlno take shv in the
Mite of (ho sky!
0 Farlhcfct Bin, O the koen call if tliv lluto!
1 furet, I viei fowl, that the giWi-s are shut
uverywhoio in tho huuse where J dwM
IlabuvirtiHth Teare.
MfiiiM lrIng in
The duve nf mam rtosired to bUd
A mat built stout and atrwrnj.
Awl every nation tsvnt lr tvmjs
To hulp tho wurU ulans,
And Uvroi-tu linden. IJuglisU aajs.
As tautfli as Keusuind Uatluw,
FrenvU itiestnut, und tho ItUAVisn (Jr
Wire woven all tusi'tlivr.
With folded vtium In isliu coateiu
Sne brooded on the nest,
Ami felt 1K stirring In Hie, egg
Beneath hr duaiiy breast.
Then bang! the sihell blsw up and fred
Its dark and dreadful culture.
The frightened dole discovered she.
Alia, hud tiaulud a vulture-.
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Boxes and forking Spaces to Be Filled
With Members of Smnrt Set From
Various Cities on Monday.
Society Is looking forward to Its first Im
portant event in tho opening of the 20th annual
exhibition of the Bryn Mawr Horso Show As
eoclatlon, which marks the autumnal social
Bcason for Philadelphia. Tho event will begin
on tho Polo Grounds nt Bryn Mawr on Monday
nnd will continue through the week.
An especially Interesting accompanying fea
ture of the exhibit will be tho first annual
Bryn Mawr Hound Show, which begins Tues
day and extends through four days. This side
event Is tho first exhibition especially for fox
hounds and beagles ever held In this country
and Is attracting national attention among
huntsmen. Hunt clubs from Massachusetts,
Vermont, New York, Virginia and Maryland
have entered their packs.
Slnco 1910 the horse show has extended
through flvo days, but this year tho exhibit
has been extended a day and 5 now classes
havo been added. Heavy draft horses are
being exhibited for the first time at Bryn Mnwr.
Addition of this class is In recognition of the
efforts of landowners In suburban Philadelphia
to Improvo tho breeds of this useful typo of
But the Bryn Mawr Bhow has been since Its
beginning primarily an exhibition of hunting
horses. Tho Bhowlng of harness horses, saddle
horses, hackneys, pontes nnd draft horses has
nlwayB been regarded by tho patrons of tlio
exhibit as of secondary importance, although
kren contest? always develop among these on
tries. Tho abandonment of the Madison Square
Garden horse show In New York this year on
account of tho unsettled conditions caused by
tho European wnr, Is regarded by local horse
men as a factor that will Increase tho Im
portance of the Bryn Mawr exhibit, socially as
well nB In other respects.
From a show of one day's duration held on
the terraco at tho Bryn Mawr Hotel and at
tended by about 230 persons, 20 years ngo,
the annual event has Increased In Importance
until today Its ribbons nro tho iriost coveted of
any show In tho country. Its average dally
attendance Is between 4000 and 6000.
This year prizes aggregating ?GO00 In value
will be awarded In the various classes. The
most valuable prize for hunters Is the Radnor
Challenge Cup, valued at $2j0, which event
also carries a sweepstake of $100.
The Bryn Mawr Challenge Cup for harness
horses Is valued at $250 with sweepstakes added,
and tho challenge cup for tho best team of
three hunters, given by W. HIncklo Smith, IS
worth over $300. A total of 413 ribbons will ba
awarded In the 29 classes.
Among the prominent horsemen who have ac
cepted Invitations to net as judges are Frank
H. Caven, Philadelphia, trotting horses; E.
Von Der Horst Koch, Georgo B. Hulme and
Reginald C. Vanderbilt, New York, heavy
harness horses; Joseph E. Wldoner, Philadel
phia, ponies In harness and In breeding classes;
J. Garner West, Garnorvllle, N. Y E. F. Gerry,
New York, and Lewis E. Waring, Plainflold,
N. J., saddle horses and ponlos under saddle;
Henry V. Colt, Genessee, N. Y., F. S. Von
Stade, New York, Fletcher Harper, Mlllbrook,
N. Y., hunters and Jumpers; Joseph La Rocriue,
Bernardsville, N. J., draft horses.
Smart gowns In tailored stylo and many with
the fluffy trimmings so dear to tho femlnlns
heart are being worn this season. As It hai
been for tho last two or three years, almost
any kind of gown Is worn for almost any
kind of an occasion, and society molds and
matrons aro by no mean3 adverse to showing
how they have chosen all varieties for their
fall and winter wardrobes.
Mrs. J. Theodore Marshall, whoso clothes ar
always of the latest cut, was shopping re
cently in a navy blue seise suit that was ex
ceedingly smart. The coat was in the now
redingote style, quite long and worn over a
short, facant skirt. Mrs. Marshall's hat was
of navy blue taffeta, edged with a narrow rim
of white.
Mrs. Joseph E. Wldener wears a becoming
model of cream-white broadcloth, tho skirt
draped over an underskirt of lace. With this
Mrs. Widener wears a large flat-brimmed black
velvet hat trimmed with black aigrettes. Tho
costumo Is unrelieved by any touch of color
except for the glrdlo of dull pink.
Mrs. Gilbert Harvey, who wears her clothes
extremely well, was seen In a white serge
tailleur cut on simple lines and worn with a
close-nttlng little black and white sailor hat.
Miss Marguerite Caperton. daughter of Ad
miral and Mrs. William Caperton. Is wearinar
a smart little frock of sheer batiste with a
purple figure and a glrdlo of satin to match.
With this costume she wears a Jaunty little
purple hat.
For shopping Miss Linda Baker has chosen
a smart little trotteur of navy blue crepe. Th
skirt Is full over tho hips and Ij topped by
a short jacket. Eton In effect, with a ro'llnir
collar nnd pipings of white crepe de chine
With this Miss Baker wears a medlum-Blzed
hat of dark blue with a rather Hat crown.
.Mrs. Warner Earnshaw wcais a striking
afternoon frock ot sago green charmeuse. The
skirt has a straight tunic, whllo the waist i
made of figured crepe, the figures being In
shades of dull red nnd mustard color. Soft
laco forms tho vest and collar. A small dull
rdo hat. trimmed with two quills, gives an
added tourh to this gown
Miss Caroline Franklin, of Lancaster, whose
engagement to Stanley Smith, of this city, was
recently announced, has selected a good-looklnj
dnrk blue cloth .suit, which has a short pointed
coat, and a three-tlor skirt.
Tiny mottl's worked In Alice-blue flo; ar
used on the eleovos and collar of tlio coat.
Mrs. Thnmaa Klnknid. wife of Lieutenant Kin
Uald, V. ri. N . who U at present the uet nf
her mother, Mm. J. Anderson Itom. ha i lnen
O MluW wtlU dies, the- Ulrt uf U'liMi hnh a
tunic of ii4i-kundu hit trlit silk ni.uk
chiffon U ortUtieully draped about the hip and
ttd in a Uow at lb buek, u4 r the tunn .
Tin- hat U hUufk velvet with cnu r d
vr vlttth.
Miss Winifred Iwrraiu-e luuks well m u fcinait
itfteruuou ftiM'k uf liiwn-inl'r4 il tulle
TO budivv U euiiipokM! uf lu4ui !a. anil
I'biCfi'U uf the H4UUJ liai!i.. Til klll ha-- the
Ituwdau mule tffw.t.
Ml HurtlUM,' Weurw With tllU Mtuil- a
iua- tiui wallmi hi trinuwd with lusui
uf white w-lyvt llown.
Mrs. VUIhi JJ. fMiiirvih is maum a,
Jrevt dreK of navy bju ereu'- Th" k,r' ''-'-
11 UukjUiIi tuaie whleh is iiult wUlfc a I lite l,l
Juni. Tbe buuwiu budUw U tUl nupulji .net u
tuu.il uu till gowu t'rie utttl dark bin.- iliin ,i
are combined vitli guwl efl.ct with tln ,i
tern. Mr, Lonut.tr tli uNi, Hears a na - ,1m j
clone tittliiK irau hut triimiud uilh u butt rii
Low uf uialine.
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