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Evening public ledger. [volume] (Philadelphia [Pa.]) 1914-1942, September 21, 1914, Sports Extra, Image 9

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Miss Fiske, who is the daughter of Louis S. Fiske, has lately announced her engage
ment to Walter Jeffords, of this city. Miss Fiske, who is a granddaughter of the late John
Dobson, lives with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Riddle. No date has yet
been set for the wedding.
and Mrs. Gcotko W. B. Roberts, of 1E03
De Laneey plnce, will bo Introduced to society
at a tea which will bo given In her honor tho
afternoon of November 3.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roberts will glvo a
tmall dinner danco In honor of Miss Roberts
and Miss nisa Rcath, who will also bo a debu
tante, at their home in RIverton, tho night of
September 20. Tho guests will bo 73 In number,
and will Include only debutantes and tho
younger men.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Porcher, of Navahoe
itreet, Chestnut Hill, liavo issued invitations
Tor a tea nt which they will Introduco their
Jiughter, Miss Eleanor Landis Porcher, on
Tuesday, October C, from 4 until 6.30 o'clock.
Mrs. William Dlsston will entertain In her bojc
at the hoi so show In honor of her daughter,
Miss Paulino Dlsston, who will bo a debutanto
of the season. Ml.ss Dlsston Is spending some
time at their farm In Chestnut Hill.
Mrs. Albert Panconst. who Is spending tho
wmmcr In Chelsea, has bean ontortalning her
iirjsln, Mrs. Howard Munnlkhuysen, of Balti
more Mrs. Percy P. Smith, of 2037 Walnut fltreet,
i. i ntortalnlnjr her daughter, Mrs, T. Truxtun
Hare, and her little son, T. Truxtun Hare, Jr.,
at her cottage In Vcntnor.
Mrs. Alexander r. Robinson, her daughters.
Miss Helena Robinson, Miss Catharine Rob
inson and Miss Caroline Robinson, nnd her son,
Alexander P. Robinson, Jr., who have been liv
ing In Turin, Italy, for Uio last year and hava
i cently been traveling In England, will sail for
.ne October 1, and will open their house at
! West Meimald lane, St. Martin's.
Irs. Robinson's brother, Daniel Farr, and
. i Farr, who liavo also been abroad, will
i l for home a week lator. They will occupy
i ouse In Chestnut Hill which has been rcno-
ed and which Is situated on tho same pleco
of ground as tho house will ! has Just been
built by Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Trotter
for their own use.
A. J Drcxel Riddle has choson Monday even
ing, December II, as tho date for his concert,
to bo given at tho Uollovue-Stratford. This
concert has grown to bo ono of tho foremost
nnual events In society, and numbers of promi
nent matrons will act ns chaperones.
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Bodlne, of Springfield
venue, St. Martin's, are being congratulated
en the birth of a daughter, Mrs, Bodlno will
fce remembered as Mbs Dorothy Ferguson.
Miss Elba Lansdale and her slstor, Miss
Maria Lansdale, of 10U Pine street, who hava
l"en abroad since the middle of July, are at
Uath. England, where they will remain dur
ing the fall.
Mr and Mrs. Edward K. Sparks ami Aplln
Sparks, of 1:7 South 23.1 street, who have spent
lie summer months In Cape May, will open
their winter house about October 1.
Miss Florence Sibley has returned to the city
-fter a stay of several months at the Dennis,
In Atlantic City. i
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roberts, Jr., who have
been spending the summer at their cottage at
Cape May, mu return to 2110 Locust street
October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Evans nnd Miss
Edith Evans have closed their Chelsea cottage
-nd have returned to town.
Mrs. Alice Randolph Purdy has returned from
Bt. George, N Y., and is the guest of Mrs.
Richard De P. Montgomerle at Bryn Mawr for
the horse show.
Mrs. William Sullivan and her daughter, Miss
Evelyn Sullivan, have taken an apartment at
Blenheim. Seventeenth and Chestnut
treets, for the winter. Miss Sue Sullivan Is
at present with friends In Lucerne.
Dr. George E. de Schwelnltz motored over to
"filte Sulphur Springs, W. Va., yesterday nnd
Pertained as luncheon guests Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Randall. Doctor do Schwelnltz will
wturn to Philadelphia about October J.
Ir. and Mrs. John Scott, Jr., of tho Glad
ne. are spending ten Uae In Atlantic City
j0re "'""ling to town for the winter.
r A. Sydney Carpenter and Mrs. Robert
Bprf"3011 are nt Present In White Sulphur
" W- Va., where they are taking the
MCMON-Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Lee, Jr., nnd their
two little daughters have recently returned to
their homo on Sycamore avenue, after a two
months' stay at Magnolia, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Cunningham nnd
family, of Merlon avenue, have returned from
a tour through tho New England StnteB.
Mrs. Georgo C. Blabon, who spent most of
tho summer touring, Is back In Merlon again,
after n recent motor trip to Spring Lake, N. J.
AUD.MOIIE Dr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Arnold,
of Ardmore avenuo, will leave the lost of this
week for Cincinnati, O., whero tho Doctor will
attend the meeting of tho Socloty of Military
Surgeons. Afterward they will go further west,
returning home about tho middle of October.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard J. Butlor, Miss Eleanor
Butler and Miss Mnrgaret Butler havo returned
from a visit to Wildwood.
The Woman's Club of Ardmore gavo a de
lightful and successful domestic salo Satur
day afternoon on tho grounds of tho future
new clubhouse, on Ardmore avenue.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Grant Leo Knight have re
turned to tholr homo on Woodsldo road, after
spending tho summer In tho Adirondack Moun
tains. IIAVKRFORn Mrs. Mary Thompson Bryan, of
Baltimore, with her son, will spend tho winter
nt Haverford Court.
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Roberts nro occupying
their new homo In Haverford. Thoy returned
from Lake George a few days ago.
iMDMon-Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus Ber
wlnd will entertain In their box nt tho horse
show In honor of their debutante daughter.
Miss Margaret Bcrwlnd.
Mrs. James Francis Sullivan nnd her daugh
ters returned Inst week from Now England nnd
are at tho Woods, their country seat.
Miss Eleanor Brock, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Spencer Brock, has returned to her
home in Rydal, after spending six weeks as
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Edward Dray
ton, nt tholr summer homo at Rockport, Mass.
Mrs. George D. Wldcner, Georgo D. Wldener,
Jr., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Fltz-Eugene Dixon will
close their house at Newport today and return
to Lynnewood Hall, Elkins Park, for tho win
tor, on their yacht, Josephine.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo W. Norrls, of Gypsy
Hill, Penllyn, have as their guests Mr. a. Gar
esche Norrls and her little daughter, Miss Eliz
abeth Norrls.
A card party for the benefit of tho Children's
Department of tho Abington Memorial Hospital
will bo given nt the homo of Mrs. William J.
Welhenmayer, at Rydal, Saturday, September
", nt 2 p. m., under tho auspices of the Jenk
Intown Choral.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William Hengen havo returned
from Atlantic City to their home on Llndley
avenuo, Logan.
Edward It. Perry nnd hla family, of Seventh
street nnd 65lh nvenue, Oak Lnno Park, have
returned from tholr cottage in Ocean City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Gehrls, of Melrose ave
nue, Onk Lane, havo returned from abroad.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph S. Loverlng Wharton,
Charles Wharton and Joseph S, Loverlng
Wharton, Jr., who have been spending the
summer at Jamestown, R. I will return to
their home on Old York road today.
Mr. and Mrs. William Steele and Miss Esther
Steele, of Spring avenue, Elkins Park, returned
on Wednesday from the White Mountains and
Kennebunkport, Mo., whero they spent the
Mr. and Mrs. Bennard WJImsen, Jr., of 710
6J.th avenue, Oak I-tine, returned yesterday to
their home, after a season spent at Ventnor.
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wagner, of Oak Lane,
left on Saturday for several weeks at their
cabin at Lake Hopatcong, N. J.
Mrs. Edward U. Hanscom and her family,
of CSth avenue and Eleventh street. Oak Lane,
returned cterday to their home after three
months spent on the Maine coast.
Mrs Charles C. Blnney, of Chestnut Hill, wh
pent the summer In Paris and England, will
roturn to this country on Saturday by way of
Montreal, Canada.
S. Davia Pngo and Mrs. James Largo, of
Bummer Crest, havo Issued cards for a debu
tanto ten Wednesday, October 21, In honor ol
Miss Isabel Wurts Page, daughter of Mr. and
Mrn. Wllllnm Byrd Pngo.
Friends of Mrs. Harry Nusbaum, of 112 Kanx
G-owon nvonue, will bo Kind to hear Bho Is re
covering from typhoid fovor.
Miss Ella Kocckcr, who lino spent tho scaeon
nt Spring Lake, returned Thursday to her homo
nt 106 East Qowen nvonuo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. P. It. Holt, of 7427 Boyor
Atreet, who have spent tho summor nlong tho
coast of Maine, will bo nt Orr's Island, Mo.,
until Octobor 1, when they will return home.
Friends of Mr. and Mrs, Thomas II. Ball, of
119 East Mount Airy avenue, will bo glad to
hear thnt tholr little daughter Is convatoscont
after a sovero Illness.
Miss Aline Feldmann, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max B, Feldmann, of 218 Oowcn avenue,
who has been nt Eaglcsmere, Pa., for sovcral
weeks, left Thursday for Scranlon, Pa,, whero
she will bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan
Campbell for this week.
Miss Holcn Darlington, of 7143 Sprnguo street,
who has boon tho guest of her sister, Mrs, A,
G. Ross, nt Bedford, Pa., far tho last month,
will return to her homo at tho end of September.
Mrs. Thcodoro M. Hlllslcy nnd her family
returned last wctek to their homo at 30 East
Gowon avenuo after a senBon spent nt Ocean
Mrs. Georgo M. Heller also spent tho sum
mer nt Ocean City, 'and returned with Mro.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Georgo A. Hcnrlch nnd their
eons, John Henrlch nnd Washington Hcnrlch,
of 7413 Devon street, who havo boon nt Ocmm
City since August 1, returned to their homo
last week.
Mr. and Mrs, Allen F. Ilorton of 371 Gowcn
avenue, who spent tho senson at Ocean City,
havo returned to their homo.
hnve relumed to their homo, 2311 North Broad
street, having passed tho summor at Capo May
Mr. and Mrs. Homer V, Tulon, of 1619 Fon
taine street, havo returned from an all-summer's
stay at Seaside Park.
Mr. nnd Mis. Joseph Gumpert, of 1812 North
28th strcot, have returned from Palmyra, N. J.,
nnd Atlantic City whoro they passed the sum
mor, nnd nro entertaining Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton
K, Pollock and Miss Frances Pollock of River
side, N. J.
Miss Eleanor Hunslckcr, of 2324 North Thir
teenth stroct, lift on Saturday to complete her
courso In Smith Collego. Sho wns accompanied
by Miss Esthor Bllckloy, of Grand Rnplds,
Mich., who has been her guest for a week nnd
for whom several entertainments wore given
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Elliott of 1807 North
Cnmac strcot, have returned from Atlantic City,
whero thoy havo been staying since tho enrly
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Mastbaum and family
of 2307 North Broad street, will rourn from
Wyncoto tomorrow.
Miss Edwlna Marron gave an Informal lunch
eon for tho members of Hip Sigma Phi Sorority
nn Saturday afternoon at her home, SGI North
Twentieth street.
Mrs. James Starr and Miss Ellen Emlon have
returned homo, having spent tho summor at
York Harbor, Me.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis do Puy Vail aro at pres
ent in Itnly. Thoy expect to sail from Liver
pool September 26.
Mrs. C. B. Penroso and the Misses Tenroso
returnod to their homo, Wayne and Cholten
avenues, having spent tho summer nt Avon-by-tho-Soa,
N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mcllhcnny, who spent
the Bummer nt thoir ChelBca cottngo, havo re
turned home.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Edward P. Rhoads and family
have closed their cottage at New Hope, Pa,,
and are occupying tholr house on West Coulter
Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Stearns, who spent tho
late summer in Castlno, Mo., are at their Chol
ten avenuo home.
After an cxtonded trip to Sabbath Day Point,
Lake Georgo, Doctor and Mrs. Bonsall returned
on Wednesday to their homo on Emlon street.
Tho Rev. Henry W. Frost nnd family will
leave Gormantown this week for Summit, whero
they havo leased a house for tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert T. Grnnthnm, of 173
Queen lane, returned to their home on Tues
day from Boston, whoro they arrived from Eu
rope. Mr. nnd Mrs. Grantham went nbroad
the 6th of July.
J. Wilson Baynrd, who has spont the Inst
month at Seal Harbor, Me., returned to Phil
adelphia last week and will occupy his home
at 105 East Johnson street after October 1.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Howard Weatherly nnd Miss
Suzanno Elizabeth Smith, who have been spend
ing tho summer at Wabenakl Cottage, their
summer homo at Seal Haibor, Mo., will return
to their town house, 2919 Chestnut street, tills
Harrison Townsend. Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison Townsend, of 4103 Baltimore avenue,
has returned to his homo, after spending two
years in Paris, where he has been studying
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Read, Jr., Miss
Frances Read and Miss Ella Read have re
turned to their homo nt 4031 Spruco street,
after spending tho summer at Bench Haven,
Now Jersey.
Miss Mabel Wetter, of 4033 Pino street, ha3
returned to her homo, after a,n extended tour
through Norway, Sweden and Russia.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Francis Smith have returned
to their homo at 4021 Pino street, after spend
ing the summer nt St. Martin's.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schley, Jr., of 213 South
3Sth Btroet, are the guests for a month of Mrs.
Frank Schley, of 1816 Spruco street, at her
summer home, Rockland, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Boyd, of Stonclelgh
Court, have returned from Bala, whoro they
spent tho summer.
Mrs. Catharine Petrle Mncfarlane Rnd Mlsr
Helen Schley, of 3921 Chestnut street, who have
spent tho summor In the Adirondack Mountains,
will return to their home nt tho end of Sep
tember. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Conwny, who spent the
summer nt Capo May, returned last week nnd
opened their npartment at tho Avondale, 39th
and Locust streets, which they will occupy for
the winter. Mrs. Conway will shortly issue
invitations for a bridge to bo glvon In October.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin F. Mechllng, of tho
Bartram, havo returned from tho shore.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gnno havo taken
apartments at Hampton Court for tho winter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. William J. Sheehan, of 4911
Chestnut street, have returned from Atlantic
City, where they spent tho summer.
Mr. nnd Sirs. J. Henry Williams, who spent
tho summer abrond, hnvo returned and will
spend tho winter nt tho Bartrnm.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brminer and Miss Carrie
Brunner, of the Normandle, havo returnwi
from Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. William Clnlborno Hicks, of
Hampton Court, have returned to their home,
having spent tho summer at Wildwood.
An automobile, party which left hero Satur
day for a trip through New York Stnto In
cluded Miss Elsie Ellis, Miss SJao Ellis, Mr
and Mrs. Nahn. Doctor Donnolly, MUs Strltt
matter Mr. and Mrs. Corr Frank Lescoo and
Mr. and Mrs. Herkleman.
Mlsa Gladys Mlnton, of 1701 Diamond street
has returned from the mountains.
Mr. and Mrs. KaufYman, Miss M. Kaiiffman.
U Kauffman nnd W. Nebg, of North Eigh
teenth street, have reurned from the Poconos.
Mr. and Mrs William II Jardep, Mies Eve
line Jarden nrd Alfred J. Jnrden, of XS22 North
Fifteenth street, have returned from I addon
Hall, Atlantic City, N. J. where they passed
the summer months.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Weeks of 1530 pia
mond street, entertained at dinner Friday eve.
nlng, September 8. Covers were laid for 1?
Among those present wore Mr. ami Mrs. p. J
E. Schatte and family, of Sworthmore; Mrs.
Bux and Miss Katharine A. Bu. also of
Swarthmore; Doctor Hellick and MU c.
Mr. and Mrs. J Wallace Hallowell. with their
daughters and son, Miss Bertlna Hallowoll, Miss
Dorothy Hallowell and Henry R. Hallowell,
A pretty wedding wilt tnko placo Wednesday
evening, Octobor 7, In tho Tioga Bnptlst Church,
Brond nnd Tioga streets, when illft Bessie
Rlttonhousc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. II,
Rittonhousc, will becomo tho brldo of Morris
Lovls, son of Grant Levis, of Tioga.
Miss Rlttonhousc will havo Mrs. William
RawllngH, Jr., as matron of honor nnd Miss
Helen E. Rowlings ns flower girl. Mr. Levis
will havo William Donaldson ns best man. A
reception will follow at Saunders', on Ninth
Broad street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles L. Walter have re
turned from their wedding Journey and will
live nt 3039 North Fifteenth strcot. Mrs. Wnl
tor was Miss Elsie M. Hnrtman, daughter of
tho Iato Rev. Dr. J. S. Hnrtman
Miss Florcnco McMorrls entertained at cards
on Friday afternoon at her homo, Broad street
and Allegheny avonuo Her guests were mem
bers of a E0O club nnd included Miss Florence
Kclklcr, Miss Allco McFnddon, Miss Mnrinn
Jones, Miss Beatrice Rottnor, Miss Charlotte
Flomlns nnd Miss Violet Carson.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Felix Strousso and family who
spent tho summer and early fall in Atlantic
City, hnve returned to their home, 2227 West
Tioga street.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McFadden, of 3236 North
Broad street, have announced tho engagement
of their daughter, Miss Alice McFnddon, to
Jnmcs Brown.
Miss Eleanor Kay and her cousin, Miss Nel
Ho Smith, of 4131 North Broad street, are spend
ing several weeks with Mrs. Thomas Rodgers
at her summer homo In Ventnor, where a
number of entertainments have been nrranged
In their honor.
Eugene Springer nnd his daughters, the Misses
Springer, have returned to their winter homo,
122S West Erie avenue, after spending the sum
mer In Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zlnk of 1132 Llndley
avonue, havo returned from Somer's Point and
spent tho week with Mrs. Herman Stack, of
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb P. Elfreth returned from
their honoymoon trip to tho Pocono Mountains
on Saturday and will reside at 3343 Noith Six
teenth street. Mrs. Elfreth was Miss Ethel
Barclay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D.
Barclay, of North Sixteenth street.
The wedding of Miss Irene Hoff, daughter of
Charles F. HolT, of 6232 Rldgo avenue, nnd
Charlas Lentz, of Bala, will take place on Wed.
nesday morning at tho homo of tho bride. The
ceremony will bo performed by the Rev. Charles
S. Lyons, rector of St. Alban's Episcopal
Church, Ridge nnd Falrthonio avenues. The
bride's father will give her in marriage nnd
sho will be nttonded by Miss Elsie Edwards
as maid of honor, Chester Jones, of Nnrbcrth,
will be best man. On their return from a wed
ding Journey tho couple will live at C232 Rldgo
avenue, and will be nt home after October 1
Mrs. J. Hairy Wntklns, of 207 Ilochcllo ave
nuo, Wlssuhlckon, has closed hor summer home '
nt Stone Harbor und has returned to her win
ter residence.
Mrs. Levis Robeson, of WIssahlckon, who
spent tho summer touring through Europe, ar
rived home todny
Mr. nnd Mrs, Robert G. Mooro have returned
to their WIsaahlckon homo on Rochello avenue,
after passing tho summer In Atlantic City.
Mr. nnd Mrs Charles O. Struso and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles O. Struse, Jr., of Rldgo avenue
roturned today from Wildwood, whe.ro they
passed tho summer.
Tho members of the Alpha Nu Sorority of
tho William Penn High School were enter
tained on Saturday nftornoon by Miss Marian
Stout nt hor home. 4)34 Poster street.
The Rev. Albert Stork, of 2313 Terraee Hreet,
WIssahlckon, has arrived homo from a sum
mer's tour abroad. Ho roturned by way of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Miller and family have
toturnod to their homo In Dexter street, after
passing tho summer nt Spring Mount, Pa.
ADELPHI "The Revolt," by Edward T'Oeko,
starring Helen Ware. A wife driven des
perate by tho neglect of her husband, decides
to seek equal liberty, but rotreats In time.
Rovlew tomorrow.
BROAD "Drugged," melodrama by Owen
Davis, with John Mnson nn railroad mngnnto
with n penitential y past. As llko real llfo ns
the novels nf Hnrold Boll Wright, hut moro
thrilling than netunl llfo, oven under ap
proximate circumstances.
hlrln," moving-picture drama by Gnbriello
IVAtinunzio, of the third century B. C. A
truly marvelous feat on tho reel, with a con
vincing volranla eruption.
FORREST "Zlegfcld Follies," a potpourri of
Rongs, Jokes nnd spectacular effects; entcr
tnlning without consuming brain-phosphorus.
GARR1CK "Adele," French operetta, with cap
tivating music. Rovorsals In lovo, with a
husband falling In love with his wife.
KEITH'S Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle In their
original dnncoB.
WALNUT "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Fnrm,"
by Kato Douglas Wlggln. Roturn of this
popular, unpretentious but appealing play.
Evih of Modern Life, Deceit and Dis
honesty, Due to Parents' Tyrannous
Training of Children.
"Honor your father and your mother thlB
has been tho Injunction that parents havo too
often and too long held ns a throat over their
offspring. Honor your children such a re
versal of the Fourth Commandment observed
by parents would do more good In tho world,
In my opinion, than n tyrrnnlzlng assertion of
parental authority. It Is well for children to
honor tholr parents when thoy deserve such
honor. But parents should first seek to merit
this by tholr treatment of their children. Wo
may talk nbout tho evils of modern llfo, of
deceit nnd dishonesty In business, politics and
tho domestic relations; but these evils can't bo
eradicated until tho source Is removed, and
tho souico is in tho homo. Men are what their
parents havo mudo them. Cowardice, treachery
and dishonesty In llfo Invariably develop from
seed sown In tho child llfo."
Miss Holcn Ware, who has distinguished
herself by her charucterlzatlons In dramas of
modern life, was sitting In tho reception room
of her BUlto In tho Vcndlg last evening. Miss
Ware hnd been discussing tho problems of
modern life ns affording material for drama,
and tho conversation turned from marriage to
tho relation of parent and child. Miss Ware,
whoso personality 13 as magnetic as It is em
phatic. Is trenchantly direct In her opinions.
Life, to Miss Ware, Is a serious thing.
"In llfo," eho declared, "the absolutely
greatest things aro truth nnd Justice. All our
evils, all our problems, exist In tho lack of
truth nnd Justice. To get down to funda
mentals, this applies to business, politics, tho
relations of men and women, tho Inequalities,
oppressions and wrongs of our social and
economic life. And to get to tho cause of
untruth, injustice, dishonesty, lying and deceit
wo must go right to tho home whoro the child
is reared. 'Sparo tho rod and spoil the child'
is the very command which has spoiled char
acter and spoiled life. If wo want to correct
abuse wo must correct tho cause, and wo must,
therefore, correct parents.
"Fear is the fundamental evil, the original
sin. In human life. Now children aro taught
to fear their parents, nnd later to fear their
teachers. Fear makes cowards. Punishment
miwBMmWA ,ct3
colossal malfeasances of financiers nro ho
more egregious truth the criminal Inconsldcrrtte
ness and unklndness of the parents that Atari
children wrong by making them selfish, fearful
and untruthful.
"Husbands nnd wives generally lack full
sympathy and understanding, nnd In nlno out
of ten caBes tho husband Is not absolutely
honest and frank with his wife This results In
antagonism, suspicion, lack of respect and tin
happiness. Then theso Very couples, when
they becomo parents, bring up their children
In such a way ns to make It Inevitable that
they enter similar conditions. Truth, and
absolute truth, should be obsorved In human
relations, and married people should religious
ly renllzo their responsibility to the lives they
bring Into tho world, nnd tho veneration mid
lovo duo those lives. Let parents first apply
tho command of honor nnd respect on their
part. This would do moro good than civic cam
paigns, womnn suffrage propaganda nnd anti
trust IcglslaUon. Tho reform of Incompetent,
unloving, Irresponsible, misunderstanding par
ents would mean tho reform of the race."
Miss Georgia Calnc, playing with Adele." nt
the Garrlck Theatre, owns ono of the finest
konnels on Long Island. In this kennel Is a
fpanlel named Sherlock Holmes. "Sherlock
Holmes," said Miss Calne, "Is tho champion
burglar router of the world. Why. ho can de
tect a burglar n mllo off, and la bo bitter
against them that ho cannot bear to see a bur
glar oven in moving pictures. Recently, before
Adele' started on a tour, I took Holmes to n
movlng.plcture bIiow In Etmhurst, where I re
side. During tho action of one of tho plays it
robber appeared upon tho screen Well, I wish
you could havo hoard Sherlock ho sot up a
howling that startled tho house, nnd not until
nn officer appeared In tho picture nnd throw tho
thief into a cell did my dear Sherlock canso hla
bnrklng. Clever dog. eh?"
Eva Davenport, bounding nnd buxom, spent
tho past summor at Mount Clemens, whero she
observed a painfully restricted diet, taking nil
tho baths on tho program, sat packed In Ico an
hour ench day after a steam bath, and wont
through various forms of exorcise guaranteed
to reduce weight.
"I wns feeling highly elated and thinking my
old friends would notlco my loss," she said tho
other day, "until I came back to tho vicinity of
Broadway and 42d street. The vory first day of
my appearance my conceit was given a crush
ing blow by tho policeman who helped me
across tho street back of tho Times Building.
Why, how-d-you-do. Miss Davenport,' he said
I am glad to see you.' 'And I'm glad to see
you,' I returned, for I havo a special fondness
for policemen they have helped mo over many
a rough place. 'I notice t'-'at you have gotten
thin,' said I. 'Yes,' ho answered, 'but I Bee you
haven't.' And they talk about tho gallantry
of men!"
Allco Gale, who has scored a pronounced suc
cess in "Todny," which will be ten at tho
Adelphl Theatre, does not believe In being
pessimistic about anything, and Is very op
timistic as to the prospects for general pros
perity In this country, desplto tho European
war. "If wo let the European war discourage
us, what would wo do If the world should
come to an end?" sho asks pointedly. "Lot us
bo cheerful. Nothing Is so bad It might not im
"There's a good deal of talk about how easy
you can fool the farmer." said Raymond Hitch
cock, "but they are right there- with their
answer. Just tho samo.
"This summer I spent a few weeks In a. HttTBrs
country town. I only 6aw three or four children
during tho entire length of my stay there. Ono
morning, quite early, ns I was taking my con
stitutional, I met a weazened old man who was
evidently a native.
" "How often,' I Inquired, 'aro children born
In this town?"
" 'Only once,' ho answered, nnd proceeded on
his way."
B. F. Keith's Theatre
Kathcrine La Salle and Nan Campbell
"Drugged" Broad.
With the opening of tho horso show today
nnd tho coming October days, society Is fast
returning from tho various summer resorts, and
yesterday qulto n number of fashlonabl per
s-ons onded tholr way up and down Walnut
sttcet toward the various churches.
Miss Phoebe Williams Adams, who has lately
roturned from n. trip In the mountains, was
foen yesterday with hor fiance, George J. Hard
ing. Miss Adams was wearing a tailored suit
of navy bluo serge, which was made with a
narrow skirt and double vlrrulur ruffle ovor
skirt. The rout was cut .lightly shorter than
hip length and was hunt; in a square effect,
The sleeves were In a thrtie.ijuarter length and
v.ero finished with cuffs covered with a collar
nnd revere of white plqiio. MUn Adams' hat
was a high. crowned sailor model with a nar
row turned trim, and wo trimmed with a
one-inch band of black grongruin ribbon.
DaiU navy bluo was ul.o n-'Uited by Mlsa
Charlotte Hare, wh'it suit was the plainer
stylo of tailor-modi and ery nurt and mn
nish In cut. The ekirt wn plain and narraw
and the coat "as fuutuned with large black
buttons. Miss Hare's hat was a iiml-tars
straight-brimmed model of a dove shade of
brown; the crown was entirely surrounded by
a handsome ottrich feather of the eanie shade,
ono end of which stood high UP St the side of
the front
Mrs. Oeorgo J. Harding has chosen a stun,
nlng suit which Is a combination of blacb and
white. Jt is made with a three-tiered skin of
black-and-white lupherd's plaid- The short
cat, which fei flntslwd at the back with a
rounded (lure, is composed entirely of black,
and is fastened at the front with a large bl.uk
button. A email tonus of black tactiuercd
straw, which is trimmed about the top of th
crown with tiny mercuo-ulnj; feathers, com
pletcs this guod-lookins costume which i woin
with a bluuse of white crepe de ihine.
Is tho cause of misdoing nnd crime. If, in
stead of threatening children, parents encour
aged them always to tell tho truth without
fear of punishment thero would bo les3 wrong
doing In tho world today. If parents honored
tholr children there would be more honor
among men.
"What Is tho condition In tho average home?
A child is restricted by rigid rules. It is trained
to seo only the paronts' point of view. The
father and mother never consider tho child's
point of view. The child, In playing, acci.
dentally breaks a vase, or has some mlshaii.
It Is then scolded or Sloped. Tho result is
that the child, i.-fttead of admitting trivial
nil.Uolu;, basins to lie It blames whatever
accidents happen on ih servant, the dog or
the cat. That child continues to lie through
life, into the plastic nature of tho Immaturo
being the element of fear has been implanted,
und with fear, deceit and cowardice, ,vii the
later Kindnesses of life will not tliminato that
nuison In the character.
"A child should never be punished. I would
never scold a child. 'Now if you don't stop
th4t III panl5 you-' bow often do wo
heur this? A child should over he threatened.
A child should never be visited with outbursts
of temper. Scolded and whipped, as the aver
age child is. it cannot but develop a bullying
and untmthful nature.
"Reforms are not made spontaneously or
mlraculouly-lther la political affairs or hu
roan lives. We aro all what we have grown to
be, and our children v. ill be what wo train
them to be. The great reform to be aeoin
pushed In modern life Is that of unthlnlving.
unsympathetlo. Ignorant parents. J'urenu
must learn to be considerate of their children,
to respect their children, to be able to pqt
themselves in their children's place and see as
their children e. They must love and tole
rate, and not fil,liten and intimidate. They
should mako children fed that, even If they
do wrong, they can frankly admit It without
htrsh censure or chastisement. When parents
do thl all that seem the greater ewls and dif
ficulties will solve theinseUes Society Is no
faieatu tliuu its weakest member, and the
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