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EVENING LEDG&m-PniLADELPHOi MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1914.
$ Social and , Per?oriGtl MIS3 JEAN C. BULLITT entertained At luftcheon today at the Acdrn Club In honor of Miss Eileen Doherty, daughter of the Minis ter of Justice of Cannda. Among the guests nefo Mrs. John Shipley Dixon, Mrs. Ilobort fitursls Injrcrsoll, Miss Mary Crozer Page, Miss Margaret Yorko Dannard, Miss Margaret Croter Fox, Mlsa Edwlna Elklns Druner, Miss Leta Livingston Sullivan and Miss Katharine Her mann Kromcr. . Invitations havo been received from Mr. and Mrs. Beverley Robinson Potter for a dansant, Xvhlclt they will give at the Belicvue-Stratford Saturday afternoon, December 28, to meet their niece, Miss Margaret Berwlnd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Augustus Berwlnd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts, of 9IG Spruce street, entertained at a dlnnoi dance on Saturday night In honor of their debutanto daughter, Miss Mary Stewart Wurts. The guests Included Miss Margaret Handy Burton, Miss Anno Blnney Brlnton, Miss Caroline Ives Brln ton, Miss Jean Christian Bullitt, Miss Molly Wood Bally, Miss Hope Truxton Beole, Miss Eugenia It. Cassatt, Miss Llltle Crlsfleld, Miss Emma Achton Dorr, Miss Louisa Gibbons Davis, Miss Paulino Dlsston, Miss Helen Struthora Ellis, Miss Almeo Hutchinson, Miss Anna Mns sty Hcckscher, Miss Jano Harding, Miss Susan Brunner Ingersoll, Miss Cornelia C. Lcldy, Miss Hope McMlchacl, Miss Josephine Foster, Miss Charlotte Rush, Miss Elizabeth Roberts Reath, Miss Virginia Roberts, Miss Helena Robinson, Mlsa Margot Ellis Scull, MUs Chrlstlno Spencer, Miss Alice Chapman Thompson, Miss Elizabeth Thompson, Miss Gertrude Tower, MUs Hilda Tunis, Miss Mary Brown Warburton, SIlss Lucia Alios Pardee 'Warder, Miss Mario Louise "Wana maker, Miss Eleanor Burnonvllle Watt, Miss Mary Clayton, Richard Bullitt, Grler Bartol, Edward Brooke, J. Hamilton Cheston, Eton Cromwell, Ashton Dorr, Frederick R. Drayton, Brooke Edwards, J. Bayard Henry, Reginald Hutchinson, Woodson Hancock, Isaac Starr, Alastalr MacLeod, James Smith Merrttt, Jr., Jtorrls datos, Robert Carrere, Morris Hill Mer rltt, Edward H. Morris, Elllslon Morris, Augusto Frederick Mullor, Cavorly Newlan, Hilary Rox, Thomas Robinson, Snowdcn Samuel, Albert Ed ward Kennedy, Jr., John B. Shobor, 2d, John Potter, Rodman 31. WIster, Harold Wilcox, An drew Van Pelt, Arthur Say res. Mrs. Edward Bowman Leaf, of 2027 Walnut etreet, announces the engagement of her daugh ter, Miss Harriet Clay Leaf, to George Upton Favorite, of this city, formerly of Chicago. Mrs. Richard McCall Elliot and her daughter, Miss Suzanno Elliot, sailed last week for Eng land, whore thoy will visit Mrs. Elliot's two sis ters, Mrs. Philip Walnman and tho Countess Pappenhelm. During Mrs. Elliot's absence Mr. Elliot will spend tho winter with his son-in-law and daughter, air. and Mrs. Sydney F. T. Brock, at their home, Stanley Farm, In Ab Ington. Mr. Edward Louis Ducr, 2d, who Is at present a student at Princeton University, has roturned to Princeton after spending tho Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. S. Nau daln Duer, at 1916 Pine street. Miss Mary Worthlngton, of Relay, Md., Is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Elllston Morris, at 123 South ISth street. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Morrow, JIIss Virginia Morrow, Miss Margnrct Myers and Donald Mor row, of Roland Park, Baltimore, who have been staying at the Bellevue-Stratford, returned yes terday to their home. A number of persons from Lancaster came down for the game Saturday and lunched at the Bellevue-Stratford. They Included Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Baker, Mr. and Airs. Joseph T. Brenneman, Mr. and Mrs. John. A. Nauman and Sir. and Mrs. John Long. The Opera Club has made arrangements with tho management of the Metropolitan Opera House to renew Its membership this year. This club la llmltod to 60 members. There are at present 45 In It The club has four boxes and a very attractive clubroom In the Opera House. The club Is noted for Its unusual collection of autograph pictures of the various operatic singers. The committee Includes Dr. James W. Robinson, president; Joseph SI. MItcheson, rice president; Edward Hoopes, secretary and treas urer; William Hatton Green, H. Alan Dawson, Charles A, Currle and E. Spencer Blight. Sir. and Sirs. John Grlbbel and Miss Idella Orlbbel, of St. Austell's Hall, Wyncote, enter tained at luncheon at the Union League on Sat urday, after which they took their guests to the Army and Navy game. The party included Mr, and Mrs. Grlbbel, Miss Grlbbel, Miss Elizabeth Grlbbel, Miss Slargaret Davis, Miss Passmore, of Minneapolis, Minn.; Miss Kaltenbach, of New Tork; Mr. and Sirs. John Bancker Grlbbel, Marshall Wlnpenny, J, Aubrey McCurdy, Edwin Flnletter, Walter Cooper, David Burpee and W. Atlee Burpee, Jr. Beginning the first of December, there wilt be a series of teas given each day In the week, with the exception of Saturday, at the head quarters of the Equal Franchise Society, 35 South 9th street. Miss Ellen McMurtrle. of Chestnut Hill, will be hostess on Mondays, and tho following day Mrs. Frank Miles Day will preside. Mrs. T. Cuyler Patterson will preside) on Wednesdays, Mfss Slargaret Kub( Kelly on Thursdays and SIlss Mary A. Burnham on Fri days, The teas will be held from i until 6 o'clock, and informal talks on suffrage will be given. There will be a dance on Saturday night, December S, at Horticultural Hall for the bent fit of Bt Martha's House. The committee In charge Includes Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts, Mrs. Edward S. W. Farnuro, Mrs, Howard Lewis, Miss Gertrude H. Leldy, Mrs. George Bmlen Starr, Mrs. Baltzar do Mara and Miss Clara Townley Chase. Sirs. Charles II. Howell ,and her daughters rll close Luzon cottage, their homo at Torres dale, early next week and open their town house, US Walnut street, for the winter. Captain Nelson P. Vutto arrived In town from Hampton, Roads early Saturday roorotaar and Joined Mrs. Vulto for the Army-Nayy game, yhay were) guest of Governor and Mrs, PfclHp QoldborMa, of Maryland, Is their bx. A sewteg cts has bui feruuJ by sararal N te WWfeft t WW tiff i Sag Spasj, (ffi) vin?i M H ilrTi -jaut x They Include Mrs. Pancoast Huey, Mrs. Arthur Howe, Mrs. William Wiltshire, Mrs. Joseph Phillips and Mrs. Edward Traset. Sirs. Charles Blddle has also formed n sewing class, which meets nt her homo In Torresdale once a week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Alexander, of Lancaster, returned homo Inst week. They havo been spending several days at the Walton Hotel, and entertained nt dinner nt the Bellevue-Stratford after the game. A numbor of persons from thlB city will go on to New York to attend tho first Junior Assembly, which will take place at Sherry's Tuesday, December 1. ALONG THE MAIN LINE ONWYO Tho Monday afternoon dancing class will meot this afternoon at the home of Sirs. John Story Eberbach on Colywn road. Those present will be SIlss Eleanor Fltzslmmons, Miss Clara Farley, SIlss Katharine Sllrtecnes, Miss Joan Scott, Miss Rcba Stoore, SIlss Marlon Morse, Miss Slargaret Eberbach, Josoph Ger hart, Willis Gerhart, Archer Cross, Gordon Cralgc, Wendell Stewart, Francis Supplce, Olln Sllrtecnes, William Herbert, Howard Cross, Junior Stewart. Mrs. nnd Sirs. S. Ross Campbell nnd Miss Ethel Campbell, of Bala avenue, will leave Christmas week for Florida, where thoy will spend tho winter. oVEnnnooK SIlss Slarlo Bonner, of 6335 Sher wood road, Is entertaining Miss Crlstlno Sic Namara, of Brooklyn, N, Y who came on for the Army and Nary game. Sir. and Mrs. William Slorlce, 6932 Overbrook avenue, have as their guest Mrs. Virginia Allen, of New York. WAYNE Mrs. Henry P. Borle has closed her resldcnco In Wayne, 'and roturned to the city for tho winter. G. Weston Hlbbs, who has been HI In St. Agnes' Hospital for tho past two weeks, la con valescing. Miss JIMah B. Halo, of Wayne, Is visiting rcl atlves In Baltimore. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Waldo Emerson, Jr., are entertaining Sirs. Emerson's sister, SIlss Mary Elizabeth Cook, of New York. The St. David's Evening Bridge Club was en tertained by SIlss Alberta Buch nt her fnther'a county placo on Windermere avenue last week. Tho wedding of SIlss Marguerite Morrison nnd Frederick Sfowlds, of Phoenlxvllle, took place today at noon at the home of the bride's par ents, Sir. and Sirs. W. J. Slorrlson, on Lenoir avenue, Wayne. The Rev. Dr. W, A. Patton performed tho ceremony. Tho bridegroom was attended by Harold C. Davis, of Phoi vlile, na best man, and SIlss Elizabeth Slorrlson, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid. ALONG THE READING Sirs. H. H. G. Sharpless, tho Misses Van Buren and Sirs. Robert Sturgls, of Now York, who hine been spending tho summer ami autumn at Laburnums, Mrs. Sharpless' coun try place nt Cheltcn Hills, will return to New York on Tuesday for the remainder of tho winter. Caleb F. Fox, Jr., of Ogontz, and A. Slerccr Blddle, Jr., of Torresdale, have returned from Virginia, where they spent several days duck shooting. The boys' show, which Is composed of members of tho Old York Road Country Club, will take place In the ballroom of the club house on Saturday evening, December 12. H. Clay Dlngee, Jr., who Is directing rehearsals, states that the boys expect to surpass any thing yet given at tho club. The production will bo entitled "The Club Revue of 1914" and some valuable additions havo been made to the cast. Thomas II. Brown will act as musical director, while tho dancing will be In charge of William Warner. Tho midwinter reception and muslcale of the Review Club of Oak Lane will be held on Wednesday evening, December 2, at Marshall Hall. Sirs. A. Paul da Sanno will act as hostess, and assisting her will be Mrs. Gertrude Hayden Fernley, Mrs. Edward L. Taylor, Sirs. Thomas Marshall, Sirs. Arthur Hood, Sirs. Harry Wag ner, Sirs. Isaao B. Eltlnge, Mrs. Frederick Wynkoop, Mrs. William L, Holmes. Sirs. David Ferro, Sirs. R. L. Moore, Sirs. Clarke Pond, Mrs. James Feruley and Miss Bertha E. Mao Carroll. GERMANTOWN Mr, and Sirs. J. Nowlln Brown, of 103 West Sharpnack street, entertained their bridge club Saturday evening. Their guests Included Mr. and Mrs, James M. Davie, Mr, and Mrs. Robert Morey, Sir. and Mrs. Schuyler Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Reed, Dr. and Mrs. William It, Bready, Mrs. Jamea Bradley, of EaBt Sit. Pleasant avenue, Sit. Airy, entertained her bridge club yesterday. The other members who were pres ent, Included: Mrs, Byrnes, Mrs. Steck, Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. Kaufman, Mrs. McSIullln, SIlss Margaret Hertfelder, Mrs. A. J, Miller, Miss Dorothy Miller, Mrs. Morrtez, Miss Collins and Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. I. L. Auburger, of Germantown, Is en tertaining as her house guest over the week end Mrs. M, Van Bchalek Simon, of New York. WEST PHILADELPHIA Sir. and Mrs. John II, Weaver, of 8815 Walnut etreet, announce the engagement of their daughter, MUs Phoebe M. Weaver, and John F, Mackltn, of Lansing-, Mich, Mrs. George C. Schoff, of 4206 Pine street. Is entertaining Mrs. Morris Ames Soper, of Balti more, over tho week-end. Mr. and Sirs. T. H. O'Hara, or 4733 Cedar avenue, entertained Judge and Mrs. II. M. Mc Clura and their daughter, Miss Anna McCIure, of Lewlchlns, Pa., over tho week-end. Mlsa Dorothy Huey, of 4112 Walnut street, Is entertaining Miss Marguerite Barbour, of Washington, over the week-end. NORTH PHILADELPHIA Miss Helen McKlnley, of 1419 Green street, en tertained at bridge yesterday afternoon. Miss Anna Swr)s wertik, of W North iTth, street, oittettakMd at r Saturday evading. Ag lw Mtestj wf Ss SJ DIt, L. 8, aMMM 4 A, MUj4 1& of Layette, Fa. m ;:: ,:, , 'Iww 8""-' a h-s 1 1 JfvL in 1T4'sPTssETKJiftJ'& ifrnD MRS. JAMES F. RYAN Mrs. Ryan before her marriage last week was Miss Louiso Collins. present traveling in the South. DEBUTANTE AFFAIRS Miss Cornelia Carter Leicly Will Bo Presented at a Tea This Afternoon. This afternoon Dr. and Sirs. Joseph Lcldy will give a large tea at their home, 1319 Locust street, to Introduce their daughter, SIlss Cor nelia Lcldy, to society. The cntlro Jower floor of tho houso will bo thrown open to the guests. Sirs. Leldy nnd her daughter will receive In tho drawing room. SIlss Leldy will wear n sim ple frock of whlto satin nnd tulle. A number of tho bcason's debutantes will receive. Some among them will be Miss Ruth Coxe, Mlsa Slary Francis Fisher, SIlss Susan V. Ingersoll, SIlss Jean N. Thompson, JIIss Elsa Renth, SIlss Vir ginia Roberts, Mlso Katharine A. Howie nnd several others.. In the evening Miss Inez Drayton will bo honor guest at a small Rabbit party, whlcb Edwurd Roberta will give. The guests will be tbo debutante, set. SIlss Marjorle Taylor, who wna formntly In troduced at a luncheon given by her mother November 11, will be given n dlnncr-dnnco thin evening by her undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William L. Supplce, at their beautiful home In Latches lane, Merlon. The guests will be seated at small tables, which will be plnccd about the library, dining room and drawing room on the first floor. Large plateaux of yellow chrysanthemums will be used for table decorations. ROXBOROUGH Mr. and Sirs. Charles II. Butler, of 4114 Pechln street, have issued Invitations for the mar riage of their daughter, SIlss Edith N. Butler, to C. Leon Strickland, also of Roxborough, on Wednesday night, December 9, In Ebenezer Methodist Episcopal Church. Tho ceremony will be followed by a reception at the home of tho bride's parents, SIlss Butler has selected her sister. Sirs. Frederick T. Caroaugh, for matron of honor, and Mlsa Bessie Blankln and SIlss Maude Kclloy for bridesmaids. Sir. Strick land will have his brother. Earl Strickland, for best man, and these ushers: Frederick Car baugh, C. Howard Butler, brother of thebrlde; Amos Taylor and Lester Blankln. The at home cards are for after January 1 at 320 Lyceum avenue, Peter Llebert will return to State College today, after spending the week-end at his home on Green lane. SSHbfS5 sBs MISS MILDRED FOGEL Mim Fogel i tbo daughter of Mr. and Mr. William Fog!. Her engagement to Louis ViK t$& of Henry Felt, was formally announced J BBSriliiMSEld- SBV hbVb Fkoto by Eugen O'Conner Mr. and Mrs. Ryan arc at AT THE DANSANTS Army and Navy Spectators Meet After the Game at tho Dellcvuc Dance. Tho dansant at tho Bellevue-Stratford on Saturday afternoon attracted an unusually large number of persons, and although these weekly affairs are given In the Rose Garden, last week's took placo downstairs In the ballroom, which was crowded to capacity. Groups of pleasure seekers who had been to the gome stopped in for a sip of tea nnd n little dancing, and the floor presented a gny scene, with Its smnrtly clad girls, set off here nnd there by a cadet In uniform. For the Army men fairly owned tho town after their victory. Mrs. Slay Temple, who graciously presides at these affairs, was here, there and everywhere welcoming tho guests. Among tho debutantes on the floor was SIIbs Katharine Secler, wearing a most becoming sand-colored suit with spats to match. Her hat was large and flat, nnd was trimmed with a band of mink, tho lntter being also on the coit. Little SIlss Seelor, who spent last year at school In Italy, has made herself one of the most popular girls of the season through her graclousncss and exquisites manners. Sirs. Samuel J. Henderson wore a smart two piece suit of pale gray broadcloth edged with beaver, and her hat, which was rather large, was made of material to match the gown and was nlso edged with fur. A girlish llttlo frock of chocolate-colored cloth was worn by Sirs. Harold A. Sands. With It she wore n small, close-fitting hat of brown velvet trimmed with fur, and brown spats. SIlss Susan Ingersoll was gowned In green peau de chamois, with a large black velvet hat flaring at the side. A suit of deep rich brown cloth with a small black velvet hat was worn, by SIlss Hope Beale, SIlss Katherlne Kremer wore a mustard-colored duvetyne costume nnd a trlcorne hat of black velvet with small out standing aigrettes. Dr. nnd Sirs. James A. Babbitt entertained a party of eight, as did Sirs. J. E. Lloyd. A party of 10 persons were entertained by Lieutenant A. B. Court, U. S. N., and Mrs. Court, who hnd attended tho game earlier in tho afternoon. Dr. E. Kllbourne Tullldge, who will leave shortly for Europe, having volunteered for the Red Cross service In the Austrian army, gave a llttlo farewell party to a group of friends. Among others dancing were SIlss Prlscllla Bohlen, Sir. and Sirs, Thomas Earle White, Sirs. Harry Drinker Riley, John H. Potter, Mrs. Robert W. Downing, Sir. and Sirs. Boulton Earnshaw, Sirs. Charles Lloyd, Stanley Reed, Thomas F. Taylor, G. K. Gardner, J. A. Fuller, Jr., Captain and Mrs. Baldwin and Sirs. A. Curtis. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA The engagement of Stlss Sllldred Fogel, daughter of Sir. and Sirs. William Fogel, of 700 South 4th street, to Louis Felt, son ot Henry Felt, of 260 Bouth 55th street, was an nounced yesterday at the home of the pros pective bride. Rabbi Levlnthal and other prom inent persons took part in the announcement ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. John Degan, of 1S25 South 16th street, are receiving congratulations on tho birth of a daubhtor, Sirs. Degan will be remem bered as Miss Margaret Leahy. SIlss Adella SI, Wright, who ha been the guest of Mr, and Mrs. W. F, Cushlng, of 2611 South 20th street, In the Glrard Estate, has re turned to her home In Bristol, Pa. Miss Slargaret Packer, who has been the guest ot her sister, Mr. Hunt, wife of Lieutenant Commander W, F, Hunt, I. S. N., of the navy yard, has returned to her home In Burlington, N. J- Miss Margaret Hannlgan, of 3437 Carpenter street, will be the guest of Miss Helen Hg. gins, of Phoenlxvllle, over the week.end. TIOGA Mrs. Josephine Bauer, of 151? West Venango street, her daughter, Miss Rosalia Bauer, and Robert K. Mayer will receive on December t from 8 to 6 o'olook In ho&or of the betrothal of MUs Bauer and Mr. Mayer, The marriage of M(s Helen Slaae. daughter of Mr. ajad Mrs. AftthMiy Stent Zatte, ot SIM Wast flrtoga. trt. t Harold MaeOtbboa. of Santa, Fe. N. M-, was oi4nlid ea Wednes day eight, Nvunbr X, at tbe ham of the Blllti Ledger Gossip M-r CERTAINLY had a narrow escape Just X now," aha remarked as she tripped daintily down tier club steps. "You know some of us have formed a sort of Current Events Class, Improves the mind nnd that sort of thing, and they asked me to write a paper on Korea. I kept putting it off and putting It off, and what with n trip to Now York and a house party In the country I found I couldn't possibly give the tlmo to the silly old paper. So I lnvltod Pro fessor Smith to tea and got him to do It." "How on earth," I Interrupted. "Oh, lea nnd a smile will work wonders even with a college professor, you know." I bowed to her superior knowledge. "The paper was most nucceMfut. Everybody sold It was wonderful, but tho thing almost ended In a catastrophe. Some silly woman asked me where Korea was. It was n dreadful moment. Then I had an Inspiration, 'My dear,' I said, 'I would tell you In a minute, but that is not Uie best way to remember facts, and for your own good you should look It up for your self in tho encyclopedia. Then you will never forget It.' And do you know she actually thanked me for the suggestion) Isn't It kill ing?" I hear the polo men In tho East are planning an Invasion of tho West this winter. Tho fam ous Coopcrstown team Is going to enter for tno , Pacific Coast championships to bo held In Cali fornia, nnd It Is qulto possible that another quartet, composed of Phlladelphlans and Now Yorkers, may also enter. Tho names of Drexel Paul and "Billy" Huhn have been mentioned In this connection. This will be the first time In several years that Philadelphia polo men have figured in tho West em tournaments. In 1907 a team composed of Alexander Brown, Charles Wheeler, William II. T, Huhn and Mitchell Rosengarten swopt all before them at Chicago. They played under the colors of the Bryn Slawr Polo Club. In 1903 tho samo qunrtct, with tho exception that Hugh Drury replaced Sir. Rosengarten, went all the way to California to compete In tho Paclflo Coast championships, and by dint ot hard work won their way Into tho final round, only to be defeated for the trophy. They wore groatly handicapped, If I recollect rightly, by the fact that they were forced to play on green ponies. This season will, of course, bo an off year for International polo, but it looks ns though that featuro would at least be partly ma do up for by greatly Increased activity among tho various clubs forming the Polo Association. That there are in this somewhat justly cele brated unlverso certain persons who would not hesltato to mnko a wager on anything at all was sufllciently Illustrated this week when a well-known member of the Racquet Club bet 200 to (2000 that the Germans would be In Lon don or have secured nn Indemnity from that humble burg within 18 months, which allows for tho accomplishment of tho Interesting event un til May, 191G. If the war Is declared off before that time he loses tho bet. Slany and varied aro the freak wagers with which clubmen imbued with the gambling In stincts amuso themselves. The famous rolling stunt of "Ral" Parr, the Baltimore sportsman, Is probably unique In Its way, but there havo been plenty of other curious bets mado around the clubs of this city which never received tho remarkable publicity achieved by that of Mr. Parr. One well-known tennts player made a wager w Ith a golfer of ability that he could beat him In a golf match around the Philadelphia Coun try Club links, using a tennis racquet If he were permitted to lift the golf ball In his hand while making the stroke. Of course, this en abled him to bat the ball an unconscionably long distance, but he found trouble In nego tiating the putting greens. Nevertheless, the tennis expert won against the man using the conventional clubs. Only recently two promi nent all-around athletes matched themselves against each other In a series of events. Includ ing tennis, golf, running, swimming and Bhootlng, Another former football player, who has passed his fiftieth year and Incidentally is the head of one ot the clty'a largest financial In stitutions, made n bet last year that he could walk a mile, run a mile and swim a. mile In one hour. Ho did It easily. A couple of weeks ago nt one of the dinner dances at a suburban coun try club one member bet another that he could pass himself off as a waiter and never be noticed. He donned ho conventional white Jacket and actually performed all the duties of a butler for the very table at which his own wife was sitting, and nobody was the wiser. Less edifying are some of the means of pass ing the time employed by our 'die club men too lazy even to go In for athletics. I have seen two sitting for hours at a club window match ing motor car license numbers as the vehicles AMUSEMENTS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 30 Grand Opening Night LETTER CARRIERS' FAIR and CARNIVAL Second Regiment Armory BROAD ST. AND SUSQUEHANNA AVE. Greatest Indoor Event Ever Held in Philadelphia ACADEMY OF MUSIC BURTON HOLMES Btneflt Woman's Auoel&Uftn M. Hupltal Tomorrow Evening ENGLAND rpxJTC; FRI. EVE.. 8;15 11110 gAT MAT 2.30 IRELAND 6Qc. tic. SI at IUfpo'. 38a Acadmy. NIXON'S I EVA FAY . 'BILL' ??Mi GRAND m, lixr 3 slS. T 01 LAUO 1 it Ann x untxjKa K,mBram Today 3:15. LAUOUINO PICTURES. THE MARKET ST ABOVE 1BTK STANLEY Dfep"i. TUBA.WE "BOSK OT THE HAXCHiT ' " mim, 1 .. 11 . , 1, . EMPIRE Country Store Tonight OJUUJg Or GAY WH1TB WAIT riTIMnMT'Q uttoT-a hintmU9 att HMBBSESrijiEJ passed whfl tlf too fiM been known to ntet taln some cafo athletes entire Afternoons 1t game consists In each contestant placing lump of tvg&t In front of him nad feettlngr em whose lump will attract tho nrat fly. The p tletpanta In this tltanlo struggle naturally must sit perfectly still and make no noise if Mty hope to overcome eaeh other. From th ferr "stunts" described abere It ewi be deduced that the Idle club nian'a chief diffi culty In life Is to discover new and efficient methods of panttnjr the tlma. On wondurs whether It ever occurred to sornft of them that there Is on occasion even profitable diversion from boredom to be found In work. A number of our best known club men hav gone South for the quail shooting. Tale JOoka Is the guest of "Lew" Thompson, of New Tfork, nt his place In South Carolina, and Rdwaul Crozer Is entertaining a party of hunters on Mi extensive preserve in Georgia. Many ntoriw aro told of the remarkable fanoy shooting1 that Mr. Thompson can accomplish, ranking wltlt the best efforts of the vaudeville professionals. They say ho habitually carries around With Mm In his pockets a handful of the ordinary marbles of our childhood days. He takes a regulation gallery rifle and tossing a marble In the nir himself Is abte to bring tho gun to bear and break the tiny sphere before It reaches the ground. With some ono tossing them for htm he can break several at a time with it repeater. HILLY LEDdEIt. KENSINGTON Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Llndlg, of 3101 I'cnslng ton avenue, cntertnlned tho members of their dancing class last week. Those present wer Mr. nnd Mrs. Iteginatd Waters, Mr. and Mrs Howard Vaughn, Dr. and Mrs. J. Borzel! an Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Llndlg. On Thanksgiving night they colcbrated their 13th wedding anniversary with a large recep tion to their friends. Edward Dlneen has Just returned from short stay In Holmesburg, Pa. ' AMUSEMENTS Academy of Music , TOMORROW (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON , i BEGINNING AT 1:30 SHARP Xj MONSTER ALL-STAR BENEFIT FOIt THE BELGIAN RELIEF FUNE UNDEtt THE AUSPICES OF TUB ) United Theatre Managers ! OP PHILADELPHIA SAMUEL F. NIXON, Chairman FIVE SOLID HOURS ov MUSICAL COMEDY, DRAMA AND VAUDEVILLE , IN THE MOST Colossal Entertaip' ent Ever Present you'll bfsorr: IF YOU MISS IT EVERY DOLLAR WILL HELP FEED THE STARVING BELGIAN? Seats Now at 1119 Chestnut St. PRICES 50c to $2.G WATCH THE DAILY PAPERS Ti1rT'DT7'0'TV Tncl- P. TTNrrrr, Matinw rumvJJtiJ. uaouuuvgo. wt.A8e QUEEN T?.FE MOVIES SSKgSj I'opuiar rrice tvranesuay iiaunofp. neat tats l,t f4&.V XCV -OCA kO iiiujiauAl N. TC. HIPPODROME SPECTACULAR PRODUCTION OP PINAFORE A REAL 8HIP ON REAL WATER 00 SPLENDID SIN0ER3 r.f.hS 50c to $1.50 Wed. Mats.. C1 I Best 8eaU V-- Metropolitan Opera House, Friday, December 4. Bit GRAND CONCERT Beneflt o Destitute Women and Children Schumann-Heink contralto Godowsky pianist Auspices of Committee on Home Relief, Oervt Austrian Booth and French Booth of ths "iladi America liataar." to be held DECEMBER U-13 Tickets. COo to JU.OO. at Metropolitan Opr& HoH Ticket Ofllco. IlOil Cheatnut Bt. 1 PVioefnnf Qf OPERA I Home of WorW'i OneSUlUb OU HOU8E l Greatest PbotonU Att. 1 to S. lOo & ISc. Evg-s., 7 to 11. 10c, 15c. 2 4TH CAPACITY WEEK THE SPOILERS Twice Dally. Afternoons 2:S0. Evenings 8,30. Preceded by Dally Change First-Hun Pictures. BROAD Tonight ?, i2- CHARLES FROIUIAN Tresenta FRANCES STARR '" THE SECRET, nSnmx Popular Price Wednesday Matinees. Rest Beats l-BO ACADEMY OP MUSIC BOSTON I TOW0JJOIAT S'W SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Da. ICiil Mcor, Conduct nr HAROLD BAUER. Tleketa on Sale, HEPI'iaoTa PIANO ROOMS. 1110 ckfe- Bt. Amphitheatre, aa pentf METROPOLITAN OPERA. 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