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-3Nt--f . -v pw? iMsseMsii?- dfiHS3535PWPKir iKl i,- .... K - ... .J . J. .1 ." .. . .. - - l. . . ,.31 p-n51pffw EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914. 9 MS A.1'" SOCIAL JLIFE . PHILADELPHIA n. and jins. cifAnt.EMAaNn Townn, of 1315 tioiust street, wilt bIvo n largo at lliclr liome on Thursday, December i, Introduce their daughter, Miss Clcrtrude Wef. There wilt he no recelvlnn party. Mr ahtt Mrs Antonio Yznaga Stewart, of 1006 jpruco street, have Issued invitations for a dinner, to bo Si on Thursday nlsht, Novem ber 12, in honor of Miss Margaret Berwlnd, nughtir of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus JJerwlnd. Pfr. and Mrs 1'aut Clayton, of Havcrford, av a. dinner uance last night ai ins .Merion olf Club In honor of their debutante dai?li- ff, Miss Maiy 13. Claiton, who was Intro- ueed at a too on October JS. Anions the ebutantcs and younger dancing men who at- ;ndcd the dnnca last nlftht were Miss Kath- Ino Zimmerman Ogdcn, Miss Hubcrta Totter, illss Charlotte HardliiB Brown, Miss Hnnsell 'rench L'urle, Miss Lltlte Crlsdelil, Miss ttlsa cath. Mtss Jean Newbold Thompson, Miss Allco Chapman Thompson, Miss IMItli Nevlllo .Smylhc, Miss Mary Tyson Dencklc, MIsb Mar garet Berwlnd, Miss Husan U. InRcisoll, MIbs Isabella O. "Wnnnmnkor, Miss Mary Brown Vnrbtrlon, Miss Lucia Alice Warden, Miss IMlth B. Ellison, Miss Mary Stuart Wents, Miss Francos T Hloughton, Miss Virginia (Roberta, Miss Edith H. Bally, Thomas Hart, William H DuBairy, Thomas Mclvnlght Tin etter. J. Hamilton Chester, Snowdc'n Samuel, Sidney Clarke, T. H, Butler Smyths, John F, jj. Keen, Towell Fonton, John W. Mcars, John yLr. prnyton, Albert 13. Kennedy, Jr., Edward ..owls, Malcolm S. Hucy, William Lawrence launders, Joseph Moulton, 13dward Baldy Wat- i on, Jr., Fhlller Leo, L. Brooke Hdwards, Alden ,e, Ghrlskey Watson, Lothron Lee, Rowland J!J Mellon, John B. Shobcr, 2d, George Barker, irlw-vla XT. Burdlck and Walton Clarke. Jr. and Mrs, Logan M. Bullitt and Mlsa vian Christian Bullitt, who h.ivo been In ndort since the war broke out. arrived yes- VirrtdV In KftW Vnrlc nnd nrn nt nreaellt at Jj( , ... .-- -- oIr home In Torresdalc. Mlsa Bullitt wilt bo v.Viong' the season's debutantes, j&he marriage of Miss Margaret Moore Itlker, jughter of the late Sir. and Mrs. Ttlchard J'lker. of New York, and Henry Pratt McICean, of this city, will take place at the homo of lrs. Samuel lllkor, 27 Bast 69th street, Now forlc, on December 2. j Miss Elizabeth Dallas Scott, who had been Isltlng Major and Mrs. W. Sanders Scott nt Media, has returned to her home at 60 West tSth street. New York. j Mr and Mrs. David S. B Chew, Mlsa Evelyn Jhow and David S. B. Chow, Jr., will open ihelr town house at 10 South 21st street about the middle of November. Miss Chow is ono of fhls season's debutantes who will be enter tained extensively. She will make her debut 'on December 2. Miss Cornelia Carter Leldy left yesterday for 'Boston to spend a week. JIrs. Robert W. Downing and Miss Roberta B. Downing, of 1624 Locust street, spent the Week-end at Niagara Falls. I Mr. and Mrs. Ogden D. Wilkinson and their ' daughters. Miss Sarah Wilkinson and Miss (Illaaboth "Wilkinson, who havo been abroad since the outbreak of war, arrived In New York f Jjjv the Lusltanla, which docked Saturday, and i have returned to their home, 2010 Walnut street Mrs. Garrott A. Brownbacl: will give the first ' of her at homes Thursday afternoon after 4 o'clock nt her home, 124 South Van Felt street. Mrs. Brownback's mother, Mrs. L. G. C. Hun ter, and Mrs. William B. Van Lennep will preside at the tea table, and Mrs. Thomas Smith Kelly will assist the hostess to receive. Mrs. Brownbaok will receive next Thursday and 'those following during November. Fhlllp S. P. Randolpn and sons and Miss Hannah Randolph have closed Wlldflcld Farm, their place at Narragansett Pier, and opened 'their house nt Lakowood. ALONG THE MAIN LINE OVERnnooK The Ladles' Committee of the vrrb'rook Golf Club announces that on the BJght of Tuesday, November 10, Mrs. Francis r cmberton Dade's prize play, entitled "In That ark : Hour," will bo given by the Plays and Iflvtra flntv TtiBF nr .!, (hritA .liotnnt nt-a "T ' . -- '"- " .-...- 1 the play, n Man, a Woman ana a Servant, and theso will be acted by Joseph A. Deerlng. Mrs. Francis Pemberton Dade and Henry L. Fee- Dancing will follow the play. rioter November club event will be the 'JXhankSt.Ivlns dance on the night of the 2(th when thero will be exhibition dancing by pro feutonals. Tables may be reserved before and after each of theae two events. The Ladles' Committee, of which Mrs. George H. Strawbrldge Is chairman, also announces that the Saturday evening dances will be dls- ontJnued during this month. MEHION-rMlsr Etta Carson, of Glen Riddle, tVa.. fa visiting Mr. and Mrs. Karle Llndgren, at their home, corner Hazelhurst and Forest aenues, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Thayer will chaperone a party to Andover, Mass., November 13, to attend the Andover-Exeter football game. The guests will be Miss Margaretta D, Myers, Miss Sarah H. Meyers, Mlsa Eleanor S. Gamble and their daughter, Miss Emily Markoe Thayer. HAVERFOnD A dunce will be given at the Merlon Cricket Club on November IS by Mr. and Mrs, Henry Paul Bally, of Ardmore, (n honor of their niece, Miss May AVood Bally, it Strafford, Fayette Plumb has returned to his home on button road after a visit In Atlantic City. yA ' WAYNE Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H, Treat en- tertalned Herbert V, Day, of Peoria, HI,, lose 1 Ma and Mrs. Henry Conkle, who have been t (on their wedding trip, hare returned to their i-V" , .... t r. una jurvi upii a, uau jmvo a nuuio cue ts Mr. B. R. MacPherson and Mrs. W. T. Tarbell, of Cambridge, Mate. CHESTNUT HfLL Mj. and Jr. John Vhlte Geary started on Sunday morning on a motor trip through New Hngland, stopping at Groton, N. It, to visit their aons, who are In school there. They will h gone about a week. .Mr. and Mrs. Samuel K. Reeves entertained a house party over Sunday at their home In tfce Whltemarsh Valley. 'Mrs. Francis S. Mellheany. of Mermaid lane, UU joday for New York, where she will spend several days. iirV a W. CUrlr, Jr.. of Moreland tad Cher ee avtautf. K at preheat vlltltig fread in 2fw Yk State. , A dtttthtful reiptton wm given Saturday nlabt at the home of Mr. and Mm. Joseph B, Ktiig, Boy.r trt, Memt Airy, la h of ttea Mtb sjujivemajry of tb4r 4jjiyg Tba hoM. wbtcfa U a CrteitAMHt V4 jrt(Htty IN AND ABOUT Photo hy Rrani Studio. MISS GERTRUDE TOWER Miss Tower is the daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Charlemagne Tower. Slip will be introduced to society nt a reception in the early part of Decem ber. themums and autumn leaves. Klllarney roses wero seen In every room, while the supper table was banked with orchids and ferns. Tiny favors, with the 23th anniversary crest, were glvon. In tho receiving party were Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph B. King, Mrs. Howard Ketcham, Miss Kotcham, Mrs. Harold M. Ward. Among tho other guests were Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Taylor, Miss Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. William C, Stoever, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Frederick Monroe, Dr. and Mrs. Frank Wlstcr Thomas, Mr. nnd Mr. Charles M. Camm. GERMANTOWN Mr. and Mrs. J. Burton MiiBtin, of "West John&on street, accompanied by Mrs. William S.. Lloyd, motored to Wernersvllle yesterday. Mr?. Henry Mustln, wife of Lieutenant Com mander Henry C. Mustln, will spend several weeks with her mother, Mrs. William S. Lloyd. Lleutonant Mustln Is at present abroad on tho Mediterranean Sea aboard the U. S. S. North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Hcntz, of 231 West Tutpehoclten street, lmo Issued Invitations for a dans.int to be given Saturday, Novem ber 21, In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hcntz. Mrs. Walter Hcntz will be remembered as Miss Helen Dunn before her marriage last spring. Tho cards of Miss Olga Hammctt and J. Henry Hcntz, 3d, are Inclosed. Mr. and Mrs. William Hendre Lloyd are oc cupying their home, 111 West Hortter street. Mr 8. Lloyd was Miss Lillian Allison before her marrlugo In June. Mrs. Harris Wnrlhman, of 21 Pelham road, will enteitaln nt luncheon tomorrow. The guests will be tho members of the rending club of which she is a member. The club also sews for the Red Cross Society. Mr. and Mrs. James TIsdale, of E631 Mc Mnhon avenue, entertained Informally nt din ner Sunday night at the Whltemarsh Country Club. Miss Josephine Dodge spent the week-end In Annapolis, Md., attending the first hop of the season Saturday night. ALONG THE READING Mrs. Henry D. Stevens nnd Mrs. C. P. Jar den, of Jenklntown, have organized a dancing class for the younger set which takes place every other Thursday evening nt 8 o'clock at the Old York Road Country Club. Some of the members Include Miss Miriam Williams, Miss Dorothy Bacon, Miss Helen Parmer, Mlsa Sue Craig, Miss Grace Frlck, Miss Alice Perry, Miss Vera Springer, Miss Miriam Schultz, Miss Edith Larzolere. tho Misses Gunthorpe, Floyd Kcser, Roy J. MoKee, Edwin D. Stevens, Carol Jarden, Ltndley II Larzetere, Robert Roden, John MacBean, Norman MacBean, Charles Parmer, Charles Kindt, Joseph Jones, David Fell and Clarence Miller. The Woman's Club of Wyncote, of which .Mrs. Victor J. Mulford Is president, will hold Its second meeting at the residence of Mrs. Frank P. Webb on Florence avenue, Jenkln town, tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. An Informal talk on "Suffrage" will be given by Mrs. Helen Hoy dreeley, LUD, Miss Clementine M. Pent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Pent, of Jenklntown, en tertained Mlsa Katharine Rogers, of 2'0l fit. James place, over the week-end. The marriage of Miss Marlon La Roche and William F. Carson took place at the home of the bride. Oak Lane road, on Saturday even ing at 7 o'olock. The wedding was to hayj been held In the Oak Lane Baptist Church, put owing to the serious Illness of the brlde'a father, William T. La Roche, the Invitations were recalled and only the Immediate families of the couple were present. The ceremony wbb performed by the Rev. W. S. Catlett, of the Oak Lane Baptist Church, assisted by the Rev. Charles Wesley Burns, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Germantown. The bride was attended by Miss M. Florence Carson aa maid of honor. Miss Irene I, Brown and Miss Gertrude E. Waldo were bridesmaids. Walter C, Carson was best man and John La Roche, John T. Carson, Harold V, Carson and Robert J. Carson were ushers. "WEST PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Charlea Mercer Hicks, of 48d nnd Chest nut streets, entertained the members of her bridge club at luncheon on Tuesday, Among the guests were Mrs. T, M. Dougherty, Mrs. Bdward Rodler, Mrs. Edgar Coons, Mrs. E. B. Ryan, Mrs. C. Norton, Mrs. Louis Haeuptner and Mrs. C. C. Fraser. Mrs. Addison A. Christian, of 4612 Walnut street, and her daughters, Mrs. William Temple Smith, of Greensboro, Md., and Miss Mary K. Christian, have returned from Burlington, N, J. Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Wolf and family have moved from 4090 Fine street and taken apart ments at the Royal for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Furman, of 4801 Spring Garden street, gave a dinner followed by a. dance on Saturday veals; at their country place naar Jenklatown. Mr. and Mrs. Rlehard H. Fatte. of Stone Wgh Court, announce tb marriage, of their daughter. Miss BHcabets. Fattwi, ta George Vtoket White, of gaJtsbury, Md-. os Wednes day. QtW N. gave n. dinner followed by n theatre party on Friday evening, tn honor of her son's 21st birth day, Laurence A. Thomas. Paul A. C Potter Is convalesolng nt his home, 64ES Pino street, following an operation. Mrs. Robert McCrearj'i of B0."2 Walnut street, Bn ft luncheon followed by auction brlilgo yes terdny for tho members of her enrd club, having na her guest of honor Mrs. Vincent Ward, of New York". Others present wero Mrs. Clareneo Howett, Mrs Harry Kuhn, Mrs W. Class. Mrs. Charles McCue, Jr., Mrs. J. Walter Cregnr. Mm. Louis a Giecn, Mrs. John Roberts, Mrs. James Thompson, Mrs. George N. Fleming and Mrs. LI ml Mnjon Baker. Miss Beatrice Banks SScltncr will entertain the members of her bridge club this afternoon at her home, 5102 Springfield avenue. TIiIb will be the first meeting of the season and tho guests will Include Mrs Georgo Derbj shire. Mrs. J Bertram Hcrvey, Mrs. Horace MeFet lklge, Mrs Thomas Kessler, Mrs Edward Wind, Mrs. J Augustus Boers, Miss llertyo Wlnslow, Miss Marlon Murray, Miss Gertrude Kelly and Miss Ella Motion. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA Mr and Mrs. James J. Faster will entcrHtn this evening In honor of tho ninth birthday of their son, Edwin Faster, nt their home, 1803 Moore street. Huge bouquets of pink roses wilt bo used for decorations, and tho little guests will rccolo dainty pink baskets ns fovors. They will Include Miss Elizabeth McCnbe, Miss Lo rotta McCabe, Miss Agnes McCnbe, Miss Anna Ahem, Miss Dorothy Ryan, Miss Margaret McCabe, Miss Rosalie llynn. Miss Dorothy Keegan, Miss Margaret Hamcn, Miss Maria McAnny, Miss Knthrn Battou, Miss Mnrgaret Collins, Norman France, Joseph Burko, Francis Ahem, Allison Klrkpntrlck, Oeorgo Bloomtlold, Charles Bloomfleld, Thomns Mceney, Francis Haymon, Henry On ens and John Henry Miss Allco McKeown, of Delaware City, who hns been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Havcrty for tho past week, returned to her homo yes terdny. Miss Mary Haverty nnd Miss Julia Haverty entertained informally In her honor on Monday evening. Their guosts wero Miss Fran ces Joyce, Miss Elizabeth Palmer, Miss Cath erine Dawson, Miss Mary O'Neill, Miss Marian Carlln, Joseph Templeton, Josoph McDonald, Harold Wagner, John O'Neill, John McElnce and Hugh Robinson. Miss Marin Duffy entertained Informally last evening In honor of her guest, Mtss Eleanor Mclsslc, of New York. Her guests were Miss Dolllo McAvoy, Miss Agnes Comber, Alfred Cunningham, Richard Carter and Edward Trainer. Mr. nnd Mrs. James McKlnncy entertained Informally on Hnllouccn nt their home. 2037 Moore street. The affnlr was a maciiuerado party, and their guests wero Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Owens, Miss Janet Fhlllpson, JIIss Geucvlcvo Thompson, Miss Caroline Owens, Miss Margaret Owens, Thomas Smith and Jnmcs McKlnney. NORTH PHILADELPHIA Miss Mary Boyer entertained at a costume supper and dance nt her home, 2523 North 31st street, on Saturday ovenlng. Autumn leaes and tlowerB were used for decorations. Among tho guests, nil of whom weio masked, wero Miss Agnes Flood, Mlsa Laura Shontz, Henry Flood, Harry Carey and William McCausland. Miss Laura Shontz, of 1011 North 10th street, will entertain tho members of her Bible class connected with tho Union Church, nt 20th and Diamond streets, on Thursday afternoon nt nn Informal luncheon. Her guests will be Miss Irene Bencnon, prcsldont; Miss Mary Glass, Miss Eleanor Park, Miss Edith Stelnhnuer, Miss Mil dred Jones, Miss Violet Connell nnd Miss Cath erine Dovlne. Thomas Russell Hill, of 1835 Master street, entertained nbout 20 of his young friends nt a masquerade party on Saturday ovenlng. Miss Bertha Rosenthal, of 2822 North 26th street, was hostess to the members of the Mayer Sulzberger Club Sundny night nt n very attractive Halloween party. The officers, Irvln Suransky, Sidney Hlrsch, Samuel Bott and Sid ney Rosenthal, nro making arrangements for a dance to bo glvon In November. TIOGA Mr. and Mrs. William II. Nagle, of 1537 West Erlo avenue, gave a dinner on Friday night for their daughter. Miss Lillian Beckman Nagle, H. William Bllletter and their bridal party. Miss Olive Fulton Gemml, of 1323 West Erie avenue, who will be ono of this week's brides, was tho guest of honor at a luncheon nnd shower given by Miss Dorothy Raby on Satur day, at her home, 39 Carpenter street, German town. Oiher guests were MIbs Stjirgaret Hunt, Mlsa Esther King, Miss Edith Handy, Miss Margaret Aull, Miss Sarah Evans, Miss Anna Herr, Miss Josephine Pilling, Miss Abble O'Lcary, Miss Ruth Sample, Miss Esther New comer, Miss Roberta Crawford and Miss Mary Long. Mrs. Lena O. Davis, of 32M North 17th street, gno a Halloween fete last Saturday night In honor of her daughter, Miss Elsie Oliver DaWs. A number of characteristic costumes were worn. Miss Davis as a gypsy maid was most attract ive. Those present were Miss Anna Creo, Miss Helen Grant, Mies Mildred Grant, Miss Lucy Houston, Mlsa Claire Kemmerer, .Mlsa Belle Sheehan, Miss Leonora O'Donnell, Mlss Caro line Gleeson, Miss Miriam Wanner and Mtss Mae Jacob!; Robert Jennings, Lieutenant Charles Kopp, U, S. A.; Rex White, the Rev. John Greenhalgh, Martin Collins, Frank O'Roarke, Oscar Clark, Frank Tltlow. Hamilton Lister, Harold Rice, Harry Steltz and Stewart Robinson, of Princeton. Owen Phlloway, of 2035 West Ontario street, entertained a number of friends at a mas querade dance on Saturday night. ROXBOROUGH Miss Delia Meitner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morttz Melther, of 376 Lyceum avenue, Rox borough, and Dr. Bmll J. Goldrlng, of 172S North 8th street, will be married at 6 o'clock tonight at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev, Simon J. Englander, of the Hun garian Synagogue, Eth and GaskllJ streets, will perform the ceremony. The bride's father will give her In marriage and she will wear a beautiful gown of white crepe de chine, trimmed with duchess lace. She will carry a shower bouquet of orchtds and lilies of the valley. There will be no attendants at the quiet service, but It will be followed by a targe reception. Dr, and Mrs. Goldrlng will spend thtlr honeymoon at Niagara Falls and In Can ada. Upon their return they will live at 17 North 8th street, where they will be at home after November VS. CHESTER AND VICINITY Mrs. Edward Atherholt. of West Sd street; Mrs. Harry Gotf, of West th street, and Mrs. John Hall, of Prospect Park, are spending a week as the guest of their sister, Mrs. John Turner, at Hd4oa Heights, Mrs. Jane Turner, of Bast )Mh street, U entertatelBg ber sister, Mrs. Oathasioe Ans trong, 4f MiddletowB. Miss Marie Hunt, of West 8d steL U ytsJUBg frUotts iB Nw York. nt Ridley Park from Washington, D. C where she was the gueat of friends for two weeks. Mre. Sue Stewart, of Eddystone, Is entertain ing Mrs. B. 13. Wallace, of Washington, D. C, CAMDEN AND VICINITY Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Holman, of East Maple avenue, Merchnntvllle, have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Locke, of Hartford, Conn. Miss Suo Sheots entertained a Halloween pnrty Snturdny at her home, 427 Pcnn street A ilnnco will be given nt tho Woodbury Coun try Club November 7. Tho following are mem bers of the commlllca In charge: Miss Greta Garrison, Miss Evelyn Bnrto, Miss Viola H.ia tlnli nnd .Miss Mario Mlchcner. Mrs. William Holllnger, of Merchnntvllle, Is visiting relatives near Boston, Mnss. LUNCHEON FOR CLUB Mrs. H. 1 Gillette Entertained Members of Matinee Musical Club Today. Mrs. Hnlbcrt Powers Gillette, of Hamilton Court, entertained nt luncheon nt 12:30 today at tho Roosevelt, the ofTlccrs of the Matlnte Mimical Club, ns well as tho members of tho hospitality commltteo of that organization. Mrs. Gillette Is chairman of tho hospitality commltteo. At the luncheon today the deco rations, ns far ns possible, will carry out the Idea of tho club colors. They nre crenm and brown, nnd consequently there will bo line opportunity to uso autumn leaves. Yottow chrysanthemums will bo prominent In tho floral schome. At each plite, with the autumn-leaf placo card, thoro will bo a spray of leaves, n few creamy button balls nnd a knot of ribbons of tho club colors. Members of tho commltteo will wear these nt the concert later In the day, nnd nt the reception following the concert It Is expected that .Mrs. WnssllI Lops nnd Mrs. Percy Dunn Aldrlch will preside nt the tea table. Those who hivo accepted Invitations to at tend tho luncheon nro Mrs. Percy Dunn Al drlch. Mrs. Arthur E. Brown, Mrs. Edward Butterworth, Mrs. William Marvin Butler, Mrs. Frank Chapman, Mrs. Lester Dykeman, Miss Emlllo Frlcke, Mrs. Edwin Garrlgues, Mrs. William C. Gray, Mrs. Meredith T. Jones, Mrs. WnssllI Leps, Mrs. Howard McCalley, Mrs. Norton 7.. Paul, Mrs. Enola Schuyler, Mrs. Frank Sllllman, Mrs. Joseph Stopp. Mrs. Blanche L. Steele. Mrs. Oscar Thomson, Mrs. Charles H. Thompson, of tho committee, and Mrs. Frederick W. Abbott, Mrs. Samuel W. Cooper, Mrs. Edward Philip Llnch, Mrs. Charles Chalmers Collins, Mrs. George W. Ed mends, Mrs. AVnltcr Wlllnrd, Mrs. Henry L. McCIoy, Mrs. George W. Wagner, JIIss Elli Tinnccs Dnnco nnd JIIss Marie G. Loughney. RED CROSS miNEFIT Dance for Benefit of the Red Cross Society Will He Largely Attended Tonight. A large number of residents of Gormantown and Chestnut Hill will attend tho dunce which will bo given tonight at Pelham Couit, near Carpenter station, for tho benefit of tho Ameri can Red Cross Society Tho large rooms of the court will be tastefully decorated with corn husks, autumn leaves and various Halloween emblems. Among thoso who will entertain nt dinner before tho dance nre Mr. nnd Mrs Baltzar L. do JIiuc, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Churchill Williams, Jlr. nnd Jlra. T. B. II. Stenhouse, Mr. nnd Jlrs. Frederick Swopc, Jlr. and Mrs. Harold M. Sill nnd Jlr. and Jlrs. Sidney Rambo. Among thoso who will attend the dance will bu Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Edwin I. Atlce. Jtr. nnd Mrs. Charles Robert Alexander, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Theo dore Brown. Jlr. nnd JlrJ. Priestley Button, Mr. nnd JIis. Arthur It Brocklo, Jtr. and Jlrs. S. JIcKcnn Bayard, Jlr. and Jlrs. It. JI. Boyle, Jlr. and Jtra. Joseph Bunting, Jlr. and Mrs. J. A. P. Crlsfleld, Jlrs. A. Sidney Carpenter, Jlr and Jlrs. Joseph Sill Clark, Jlr. and Jlrs. Herbert L. Clark, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Daniel Car stnlrs, Jlr. and Jlrs Edward S. Dunn, Jtr. nnd Mrs. Houston Dunn, Jlr. nnd Mrs. Thomas E. Dunn. Jlr. and Jlrs. Kern Dodge, Mr. and Jlrs. Harvoy Dougherty, Jlr. and Jlrs. Ed ward S, W. Farnum, Mr. nnd Jlrs. Bruce Ford, Jlr. and Mrs. AVIIliam It George. Jlr. and Mrs. Frank B Uummey, Jtr. and Jlrs. George B. Harris, Jtr. and Jlrs. Caspor Hncker, Jlr. and Jlrs. Edward Hacker, Jrr. nnd Mrs. Albert A. Jackson, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. O. B. Judson, Jlr. and Jlrs. Shlppen Lewis, Jlr. and Mrs. E. Rltten house Millar, Jlr. and Jlrs. Louis C. Madeira, Jtr. nnd Jlrs. Baltzar de Mare, Jtr. and Jlrs. William McLean, Jlr. and Mrs. Cushman New hall, Jtr. nnd Jlrs. Frank L. Patterson, Mr. and Jlrs. Francis R. Packard, Jlr. and Jlrs. Harlan Page, Jtr. and Jlrs. Francis B. Reeves, Jr.. Jlr. and Jlrs. Edward T. Royce, Mr. and Jlrs. Blight Robinson, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Harold JI. Sill, Jlr. and Jlrs. H. F. C Stlkeman. Mr. and Jlrs. James Starr. Jlr. and Jlrs. Thomas B. Stenhouse, Jlr. and Jlrs. II. T. Sayre, Mr. nnd Mrs. Welsh Strawbrldge, Jlr. and Mrs. William J. Turner, Mr. nnd Mrs. Roland L. Taylor, Jlr. and Jlrs. Sidney Rambo, Jlr. and Jlrs. Charles Wlster, Jlr. and Jlrs. Alexander W. Wlster. Jr. Jlr. and Mrs. James AVIster. Jlr. and .Mrs. Churchill Williams, Jlr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart WurtB, Mr. and Jlrs. Joseph Wayne, Jr., Jlr and Mrs. Joseph L. Woolston, Jlr. and Jlrs. Joseph Wagner, Jlr. and Mrs. Marshall S. Wlnpenny. Jlr. and Jlrs. George B. Wurder, Jlr. and Mrs. William G. War den, Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Charles A. Zleglcr, JIIss May Earle, JIIss Dorothea Emlen, Miss Flor ence Fetherston, Mtss Heberton, Miss Mitchell, JIIss Satly Wagner, George Purvtance, Clar ence C. Brinton, Charlea Cowperthwalte, Welsh Harrison, Joseph Haines, Edwin Austin Wa ters, Jr., and George D. S. Jtorrell. DEBUTANTE AFFAIRS Mils vTanamaker and Mits Warburlon "Will De Introduced at a Large Tea Today. The largest debutante affair today will be the tea which Mr. and Mrs. Barclay It Warbur ton will give at the homo of Mrs. Warburton's parents, Mr. and Sirs. John Wanamaker, 2033 Walnut street, to present their daughter, Miss Mary Brown Warburton, and their niece. Miss Marie Louise Wanamaker to soolety. The whole lower floor of the handsome house will be thrown open to the guests. The reception room Is beautifully decorated with palms, ferns and potted plants and the flowers which have been sent to the debutantes All every corner of the rooms. Miss Wanamaker and Miss Warburton will be gowned in dainty frocks of chiffon and lace over taffeta. Jn the evening Mr. and Mrs. William W. Fitter, of 1600 Walnut street, will entertain at the theatre In honor of Mtss Margaret II. Burton, daughter of Mr. and Mr. George Burtoa. and the guests will afterwards attend a supper at the BelUvus-Stratford. Mr. Hwury Uobart JJroo. will give a luacJu taa at ta Am Club la hotter ef Mte He HcXlchasl. who is a, defeutast of lev mlsqh, but tk sWMto wtU b Us watt Of the dsbuUaus ww Iwve bA InvUas) to attend g, liubee fr W MeMlebasl nest Thursday THE DRAMA m( JliHflHSGlHfF Ewu?SKaSSSpjpPSxSSRV3G ' T3Cnf?IUSSSBBPBB:!l WMmSm II MYRTLE TANNEHILL In a "I'air of Sixes," now playing ctlhoAdelphi. HAZEL DAWN BEGUILES IN HERBERT OPERETTA Celebrated Composer Scores Another Success in "The Debutante" Book Thin of Plot, But Production Lavishly Clothed and Excellently Cast. Victor Herbert's music Is most remnrltable, perhaps, for Its orchestration. Technically It I j mai-clously composed and orchestrated with the felicitous skill of the master genius Her bert's wnltea nro always Incomparable, haunt ing, hypnotizing, with a magically melodic qual ity; his songs aro often dreams. Herbert Is, too, a musician with a sense of humor. Luxuriously staged, with scenic settings pen dulous with mammoth roses, with a choius of .stunning, almost Parisian-looking girls, gowned with ornate magnlflcenco, replete with cffecUvo dancm, waltzes and songs, nnd with Hnzel Dawn, Just roseately lovely, as star, Jtr. Her bert's nuw operetta, "Tho Debutante," opened last night nt the Garrlck Theatre. "The Debu tante" rnnks with Jlr. Herbert's former notablo successes, and while tho hand of the composer Is at all times recognizable, his new work la, marked by original departures In composition, nnd testifies to Jlr. Herbert's amazing versa tility and fertility. Inconsequential as to plot, the book, written by those uninspired and becomlng-wcnrlsomo librettists, the Smith Brothers Harry B. and Robert B., not yet Incorporated serves merely to string together a series of Incidents and sltuntlons and to give the principals the cues for singing nnd dancing to tho music. "Tho Debutante" Is one of the most delightfully di verting, enthrnlllngly entertaining and melodl cally pleasing musical comedies of recent years, and one of tho most notable productions of tho present Bcason. There take part In "The Debutante" Elaine, tho daughter of Sir Francis Vane, charmingly Interpreted by Hazel Dawn; Godfrey Frazer, the stock humorous American captain of In dustry, laughably enacted by William Dan forth; Philip, his son, In love with Klalne, sup posedly a bounding American youth, rawther too English, youh know, by Alan Jludlo; Jlrs. Zenobla Bunker, an English suffragette, and her husband Ezra, composer of cubist grand opera. Maude Odelt, as the vigorous suffra gette, proves a corking character actress, and Will West, ns her husband, puts across the greatest amount of fun In the piece. Miss Dawn r.cts her part as Ingenuously, as unaffectedly, as naturally as when she played "The Pink Lady." While Mlsa Dawn lacks all that artifice which becomes art, she Is all the more insinuatingly captivating therefor. She Is n subjugatlngly beautiful, rosy, golden haired Elaine, and her rose -colored gowns aro simply gorgeous. Alan JIudle, as the young American, might make a more convincing hero If he learned the art of make-up and appeared with at least the simulation of such good looks a capture women's hearts. Of the many delightful songs In the show, Miss Dawn scored hits with "Professor Cupid," "The Lovo of Lorell," In which Robert G. Pltkln-a ripping lieutenant of the navy and Jtr. Mudlo Joined, and "Call Around Again." Sylvia Jason, Mr. Pitkin and Jlr. JIudle evoked the greatest number of encores with "The Baker's Boy and ithe Chimney Sweep," a catchy song, excellently accompanied by a novet dance. Jtr. Herbert's musical humor reached Its high spot In "The Cubist Opera," a screaming farce sung by Will West and William Danforth. "Orand opera," declared Will West; "Is tragedy set to music. The music Is nil on the stage the tragedy Is In the boxofflce." AMUSEMENTS CONVICT AT MAIIKBT BTREBT WHARr OpQ 0 A. M. to 10 P, U. SAILS BOON DOJTT MISS HUVivn iinn SHIP SUCCESS nM TIL- VICITvn BY AS B? NIOHT AS WELL niv I Tflllvpn lELECTHICITV POPULAR THE WALNUT mat. today Within the Law SLSCTipN RETURNS READ PllOM STAOE mat!nt& ? oc mgHTS. arc, soc. ts. ii ' B. F. KEITH'S THEATRE " TODAT BUSCnON RETURN TQDAT R,etvct cUl Wlr o4 Sai rem (K, atag Bit Vu4vUle Ilarnh Bhewl DliacU Ritx ft c Adrie iUtcble . M114rt4 Asa Cbqoo An All-Sur Ml "The Little Theatre" M & "The Kivals" "VSSSSJT .V l'epulr si jmm tiMj nm w aiy ?? ISr.SSSS fVRANIl Urp.Bagfit Te4sy..U.TfLWO . A r A OTXT" THKATRX BWH SKA j it rttfi- LONao adXi ytpt. Uukw Tula THEATRICAL BAEDEKER ADELPHI-"A Pair of Sixes," farce by Edward Peple. Two business partners shoot ft cdld hand, the winner to retain tho business, the loser to become his body servant for ft year. Jlnude Kburno Inimitably funny as n. slaveyi uROAD-"The Song of Songs," new play by Hdwnrd Sheldon, based on Herman Suder mnnn's novl, Rovlew page 6. FOHIIKST "Sorl," charming operetta, with Mlzzl Hajos and Irene Powlowska. Review below OAIlltICK-,'The Debutante," new musical comedy, with book by II. 11. nnd R. B. Smith and music by Victor Herbert. Starring H&sett Dawn Revlow below. KKITHS-Blancho Ring In n. musical sketch.' "Oh, Papa," and Adele Ritchie, Review pa go C. LITTLC THBATRtS-Hevlva! of Sheridan's "The Rhals." Review pngo 6. LYRIC-"Ths Whirl of tho World," tho Now 1 ork Winter Garden jpectaclo, Willie Howard tickles the funny convolution of your brain; Kugcne, IiIb brother, catches with songs. WALNUT-Return of ."Within the Law." He Mew page C. t "S(H)ARI" A Linguistic Treat at the Forrest With an Odd anu uciiglillul Prima Donnn Whether you dance It or see It or Just try to prouounco It, the "Hazazaa" Is a vastly satisfactory affair. And so Is all of the new operetta nt tho Forrest But beforo you can show your real feelings about It you need n lesson In pronunciation. For "Sari" Is "Sha ree" nnd a great many other names nro ns linguistically twisted. As for tho whole cnter tnlnment, you may sifoly ptonounco It a hit. Sari herself had tempornmont, tho tempera ment of a Catling gun. So she bossed her Jealous old father and her Jealous old brother, and the girl they were both In lovo with, and oven the gypsy music which they likewise fought over. Naturally enough, sho objected to tho old man's expedition to Paris to play for tho King of Basllla, and solaced her sor row over his failure nnd tho son's triumph In muslo nnd love with the prospect of getting dad safo back In gypsyland. And also with, in cnguglng young Count that sho picked upsiiv tlie way. t , All of which shows that thero Is Just nbout as much of the Jlcrry AVidow-Prlnco Danllo ' stuff In "Sari" nn there Is of tnngo. It has no Jlaxlms nnd no Imitation Vernon Castles. Instead of clowning. It supplies humor made out of human beings nnd their dispositions.' There is cen n llttlo pathos In it. Add music, lovely, hawltchlng, toe-cntchlng, llp-puckerlng music, music with the proper touch of Hungarian rhythm, tho warmth, of Vlcnna, quite n llttlo humorous by-play, 'Jind a rich, full orchestration that makes the best of our operettlsts look like Broadway ifong smlthn. Jlr. Kalmann'B contribution plus nn' exceptional orchestra makes a large share of "Sari's" attractiveness. But never forget JIIss Hajos. After all, she is the uniquo fact In tho entertainment nt the Forre3t. There Is a. good "book" and better music. There Is even nn excellent supporting company. But the. llttlo woman who plays' and dances nnd sings Sari Into nn amusing and original character Sari, who was only n side light In the original Viennese libretto Is the noteworthy element. She has a voice which Is not unusual In young Europeans. She. euv dance like nil Amorlcans. But, most of nil, she can be funny. She can invent charnctcr. (Other Theatrical and Musical Ecvictvit on Pane 5.) , A. AMUSEMENTS GARRICK gffi Today ?t E& ftifi Victor Herbert Will Direct the Orchestra Tonight JOHN C FISIICR rrcaents HAZEL DAWN in THE DEBUTANTE- AN OPKRETTA IN TWO ACTS Muila by VICTOR HERBERT Dcok and I.yrlca by Harry II. anil It. R. Smith FORREST 5 Today E5.$5 "A Mualcal DellsM a Musical Gem." N. Y, TVorW- MELODT MIRTH MAGNIFICENCE HENRY W. SAVAGE Otters The International Operetta Triumph SARI As Presented All Lat Beaton In Neir York Notable Ct Brilliant Enembl Bpeclst Orchestra Tonight Until Midnight Election Returns b&q" MARKET STREET OPPOSITE WANAMAKER'S VAUDEVILLE 11:30 TO 11:30 GLOBE ED STANLEY & MAUDE MULLER "THE FASHION SHOP" FRANK BUSH-4 OTHERS AND BHORT. INTERESTING PHOTO-FLATS tTyRIC SPECIAL MAT. TODAY TONIGHT, 8st5 (LAST 0 TIME8) THE WHIRL OF THE WORLD NOTICE Election Returni Will Be Read From Stage During Tonlght'e Prformnc, GIGANTIC WAR PLAY THE Story of the Rosary OPENS at the LYRIC. Nov. 9th CHESTNUT STREET & "Homo of World's Greatest 1'hato.Btaya" AFTERNOONS. 1 to S "PRTrilC! 10 4 13c EVENINGS. T to 11 A. J.LJJi3 J0. 19 Ha vS "The Littlest Kebel" & "The Spoilers" vnS"' WKCK X'boto-DrAtji With William Farnum anJ Kathlyn "WlllUm DDAAn This Next Week. Errs at 8:13 JJXVUiVi-' iaUnMW..t. Afcat. mt2tl3 CHARIXa FROIIUAN PreataU An AK.n the SoNG 0F SONGS ' By Wart BtwMM. Author at "Rm- (Bm4 Hermann Sudwjnano's MMt) PepularPrU WedM4ay MalUw.. B Bmn. U Palace Theatre " TKS. . Flrat FrtaeaUttou. BKATR1Z MlCHBJjWi U "SALOM-Y JANE" "VAUDEVILLE su1& AELPHIB8SS, Mat Today "A Pair of Sixes" ' !!S&,, HOTOCB--KxiUoa Kalursj WM B Kurt Ttoat Bttt Prt TWMS" """W run TOOAir AJ0 VOl ornAT.PJY TSr T BHHCr THEATRE EMPIRE DATfLTKlOH , ) r4l mm m I I ' yUvCM4 ui nu vh of ? mnw , Mr. Mry A, TtUMJWS, of it Lswst tmtj HnA.il W wU bu rtri)4 tf bc fewM wim3fmArm,,m jf"