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EVENING TBBflflR-PHTLABELPHIA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1915.
9 v)' ' )Soc& X)aacQty J ?ykM? m,,m frr V 4 qH-LK nj A jf KSfiv'fla.Mr ! Vj MaaliLA rV 01 J&v&l Oft J mIVk S jhtrt marrlBo of Mlas Cllubath Clnxton. W . ... -it. William Helm Clnxlon, of iJ mut "III. to John Humphreys Slorcr, Jr., rl. will fnko place on Tuesday, Juno 1, ,f.poui rtiTfrni'M hrothor-ln-law lllthe -,--, .. 5illr, Jir- "n" "" I. .t rn Rtniesbury will cntertnln the iT!" .. rt.mors of the Huntingdon Vftlley SryClub on MdoynlBlil. March 19. h MLCnrcme contest tlanco will bo held nt C .... h. ,inunt on Saturday afternoon fr'iM nellevue-Stratfonl. Mrs. May Temple. .Mthiperone. u.r ' ""-- ",.,,, ,-r. to t J""eH' iuo """',, , , f th f ,lm "' " HI . . lit v. wt at ah ni frtMflnV. . ,.nCy dress un win w i.. - .. . .. h. Merlon Cricket Club for tno sv". '., ti.. rmrraency Aid. Tho mannEcro fihlr Include Mrs. Charlton Yarnall, Mrs. " .. r- r.ffP. 3d.. Jtrs. Orcnvlllo B. Mont- . Mrs. Kronen King Walnwrlght and jrfc 8ly 0. My. :.. . r.n..h.iii Hoott. of Now York, nnd Miss Ijilrt Schuyler, of Dohbs Kerry, who have beet, lilUng friends hero, navo iciunicu nun :L. f., mokes, daughter of Mr. nntl ft. Thomas r Stokes, of Ino Oak. Upsal. in leave today with ncr urotnera, jiuu.u !owbr Stokes nnd AV. Standlcy Stokes, for tho frit. L . .,i t T.i.1.1 nean. of 1953 Locust street, MISS r-iu'v "- iu returned from ChambersburK. Va., whero b, was one of tho miosis ot n iiuuc-i iven by " p Kennedy- L and Mrs. Charles Carter Walbrldfto wilt ,trtaln at dinner on aionuny, iipni u, duiwo u Chestnut Hill KortnlRhtly Dancing Class. Jlr. and Mrs. Itobert Williams, nnd their chlt- .' ,r rrturned from n snort visu io -ci- j to their home, MIC Walnut street. ,- Ai.9ndcr W Wlstcr. Jr., of 42 West chool House lane, will give a small nnd ln- ,rmal neighborhood tea tms nuernoon in . of Miss J. Halgo Dalngerncld. who will like her homo In Qermantown. Miss AVIstct Dl be assisted by Mrs. Walter Morgan unurcn ,u Mrs, Charles J. AVister. Mrs. Thomas (trie White, Mrs. E. I.. Kaltzar do Maro nnd la Dorothy Hucy. Mrs. Alexander "V. Wlstcr Ul preside nt tho tea table. ,. n. .1. Do Housse. of 6to West nortior beet, will entertain nt luncheon today at licr ,m. Trr cuests will Includo Mrs. Ilutus U,,t Mr. Samuel B. Bowcn, Mrs. Henry C. lies'. Mrs. Joseph Houston, Mrs. Frank Shat- ,ck Mrs. AValter G. Kent, Mrs. ucorge u. UiJon, Mrs. i:. Clark Mooro. Mrs. Do Itousso 101 give a luncheon again next Wednesday, tho iv .rhpn her cucstB wilt Includo Mrs. William ttie, -Mrs. Willlnm Elsenhower, Mrs. Edward Cane, Mrs. Frank Whoson, sirs. William Lloyd. Mrs. Frank E. Wcylman, Mrs. Alex- MerEIntson, Jr., and Mrs. Linton Alburgcr. iSlri. Arthur AV Sewall, of 1208 Spruco street, ill entertain at dinner tonight In honor of Ifi. Gardner Gnyloy, of Now York. There will "1J guests present. Charles V. Hnlley. Jr.. has returned to his lome In New York after spending the week-end t'JtliB Bellevuc-Stratford. Mrs. John Grlbbel and Miss Adella Grlubci, iWvncotc. have been sDcndlng tho winter at ii Bellcvue-atratforil In order to bo near Mr. Iribbcltnuch of whoso time is taken un with d affairs of the Union League, of which or anluUon ho Is president. lllaa Itnbprt.a Brnwn Downlne. of 1621 Locust Ireet, Is spending a few weeks at Lakowood, ir.'J, Hiss Emily NIckerson, of Eoston, Md., Is liltlns Miss Katherlno Eastwlck. , Jamea I'rcston, Jr , son of Mayor Preston, of iltlmore, nnd Woodsldo Hoblltzell, nlso of alUraore. who havo been tho guests of Mlsa sues ilen, the daughter of tho Rev. and Mrs. errjr Allen, of 2121 Spruce street, havo re nted home. Mrs. Albert B. Welmer, of the Aldlne, will Ito a small Informal tea this afternoon In onor of Mrs. John King Vnn Rensselaer, of 'ew York, who Is nt present tho guest of Mrs. imes Mifflin, or 1S21 Hpruco street. Mr. and Mrs. p. Hazard Llpplncott and Miss '"Sllle Llpplncott havo been upending several in )n Atlantic City. fc,. Mf. and Mrs. Sydney J3, Hutchinson, of 172t It 'nut street, are In New York for several Jlf. and Mrs. John Hampton Barnes have ; to VlrsInU Hot Springs for several weeks. Jlf. md Mrs. Glffori) A. Cochran, of New 5Jk, are visaing In Aiken S. C. Mrs. Cochran f"Mlss Mabel Taylor, of this city. 1 ifle Photograph of Mrs. 1 1. -K. Fritz, used WSferaay In the Evening Ledger, was made 'rceau. 1 4 ALONG THE MAIN LINE OTEEbrook Mrs. M. J. O'Meara. of Over- !?. VIU entertain 12 children at tho Mikado il honor of Miss Elizabeth CMeara on Sat- JW afternoon. glf; and Mrs. Harry Attmore Trlzer. of Over- gt. have recalled the Invitations for tho which they were to have given tonight. Florence Keffer entertained tho mem V f her card club vesterdav afternoon nt korne, 6071 Drexel road. Hnr auestm Included ffi? Anna Daker M,sa Maneto Baker, Mlsa iff Armatrong, Miss Helen Buehler, Mlsa lheeca M irnnp xtiao xiiih..i o.. nf ,(T,. "-- ",". ou u.m, .,-, ;ay aroga Ml58 Campbell and Mrs. Adams. 0OBE-Mr and Mrs. -William Llaier Aust ' Ithan avenuq and Gulph road, have Is. I invitations for a musical on Tunittv. m K Jamea McCrea Is utavlna- In New York at iPtaza. for several day. Jloward Butcher. Jr.. of Lianfalr and af roada, Ardmore, will give a, small tea, TTOW Afternoon tn mnt hnr BlitaF.ln.lqw Abrmm a Tatnatl. TOword Mr and Mr. CUrence A. Warden twv a country suprxir at Faraway Farm, Koa in Harford( oa Thursday, n-in n PhilUr, of nvwrI, wlH r-., : is-r Lhmmm 4'w?mamam glvo an Informal A o'clock tea this afternoon to meet her guest, Miss Simpson, of Brooklyn. nntr MAWn -Mr. nnd Mrs. Knne B. Orrnn I Montgomery avenue, will entcrtnln at dinner prior to the danco of tho Main Line Branch of the Emergency Aid Committee, to bo given I on Monday, April B. CHESTNUT HILL ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Kcltar Kurtr, Jr. of 21 ' Bcnczet street, nrc being congratulated upon i tho birth of a son. Mrs. Kurtz will bo re membered aB Miss Anna Longstrcth, sister of ' Miss Mildred Longstrcth, n debutnnto of this past season. Mr. nnd Mrs. Basil Harris, of St. Martins, havo been spending somo days In Atlantic City GERMANTOWN Mr. and Jtrs. n. It. Clark, of East Walnut Inne, havo gone South to remain through tho early spring. Miss Emily Cassard, of Baltimore, hns been tho guest of her aunt nnd uncle, Mr. and Mrs Harry Llpplncott Cnssnnl, nt their home, 33B l'clhnm road. Miss Anna Evans, of CS17 Crcshclm road, is i visiting friends nt Fort Myer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Bcnnls, of Git East Chelten avenue, announco tho engagement of their dnughter, Miss Mario Bennls. to Uernnrd J. Druedlng, son of Dr. nnd Mrs. Frank Drued Ing, of 1233 North Cth street. Mr. Druedlng Is t n graduate of tho University of Pcnnslvanln Tho dato of tho wedding has not been decided Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warren, or 463 Hnnsbcrrj street, havo gone to Atlantic City, N. .1., fori short stay- I Mrs. L. Harry Richards, Jr., of 3110 West Pcnn street, will entertain the members of her bridge cluh today nt her home. Willis J. Pnrncll, of 515 Locust avenue, Is In Pittsburgh for n short stay. Mrs. J. M. Whltall. of 012 Church lane, will leave today for Atlantic City, where sho will spend tho remainder of tho Lenten season. Mrs. J. V. Harris, of School lane. Is spending some tlmo at Pclhani, N. Y. Miss Margaret Bradley, of Seymour Btrcct, who has been spending somo tlmo with her sister, Mrs. S. R. Knmp, of West Philadelphia, has returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Knmp will leavo next week for Snn Francisco to at tend tho Panama-Pacific Exposition. Miss Sophlo Hreldcntlcld, of 37 East Tulpc hocken street, will entertain nt "500" this evening. WEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. nnd Mrs. William J. Coano, of the Avon dale, 39th and Locust streets, havo their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. G. Lynn Coane, ns their guests this week. On Friday night they will cntertnln nt dinner beforo tho meeting of the dancing class at the Rltten house. Their guests will Includo Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Hancock, Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kelly, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bair, Mr. and Mrs. Coane, Miss Mary Gtace Brown and Layton Knowlcs. Miss Florcnco Mann will entertain the Cyno sure Club at her hoiry, C133 Larchwood avenue, tomorrow evening. Tho decorations will bo In tho club colors, yellow roses and ferns will be used for tho centrepiece. Among tho who will bo present aro Miss Mary E. Flood, Miss Ada Harkncss, Miss Beatrice Harkncss. Miss Mario T. Klause, Miss Mario McCutcheon, Miss Henrietta I. Stupka, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc Cutcheon. Jr., John Gunning, Melvln Rush, Xteredlth Greeves, Crawford H. Wolfe. Hartley N'orman, Walter A. Green, nnd Leslie Wright, of Bristol, Conn. Miss Gertrude Ledcrhandler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lcderhandler, of 5709 Chest nut street, was given a surprise party on Sun day night In honor of her birthday. Tho hostesses were assisted In receiving by Miss Mary T. Cohen. Among tlioso present wero Mlsa Katherlno Rosenwelg, Miss Anna Braman, Miss Nelllo Schestack, Mlsa Rcba Llpschutz, Miss Fay Grossman, Miss Rose Grossman, Miss Mlnnlo Folkman, David Grossman, Joseph Oliver, Thomas Bass, Abe Cohen. Albert J. Kardon. Jack Snyder, Samuel Mustln, Albert Ronam, Michael Sondberg, Jack Wallenbach, Samuel Lobel, Jacques Grohsman and Henri Clyde. Tho evening was featured by Mr. Gold berg In a monologue and Monsieur Henri Clyde and his partner In some torpslchoresn novelties. Miss Mary Moeaser, who has been the guest of Mlsa Helen Dempaey, of -4131 Baltimore nve line for the last two weeks, hns returned to New Rochelle. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Bertram Hervey, of 4910 Wal nut street, will spend Easter nt Atlantic Clly. Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. King, of the Tracy, S6th nnd Chestnut streets, will spend Easter nt Atlantic City. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA The Dea Kleura Sewing Circle held Ita annual reception at the home of Dr. and MrB. Novack, 1013 South 4th utreet, last night. Among those present were Miss Frances Coane, Mies Fannie Clersoii, Miss Rao Conne, Miss Resale Hcatta, Miss Eva Kamlnsky, Mlsa Llllye Novack, Miss Rosalyne Coane, Miss Lille Schware, Miss Ruth Novack, Mlsa Ray Glnabtirg, Miss Sarah Laelt, Miss Ray Moskowltz. Miss Reba Sherlls, Miss Rose Levltsky, MUs Gussle Jaspan, A. Belgrade, Br- Phillip Label, W, Odell, Joseph Goldman, M. Moskowltz, H. Smith, Dr. 11. Novack, 9 Novack, M. Harris, J. Ballnson, Mr. Yankeloff, L. Wellnehlck, Doctor Silver, I Winkle, S. Goodsteln. of New York! M. Dresden, of Washi tngton; Doctor DInak, of Baltimore, and Dr and Mra, Npyack. Mrs. William Krall, of 1S07 Porter street, in the Glrard Estate, wlH be at home on Fridays during Lent, with the exception of Good Fri day. No cards. Aaalstant Paymast yirtnur -v. Habcock, U. S. K-. of 3607 gouife th atreet, has left o the Carolina tot a cruUe, p Cuba and Panama. Andrew KrleW, ql iW Wwri street, bj spend ing a few daya .Jlfefta. Pa., on buslnes. He will return Jj th we' MRS. HORACE V. QUIGLEY rn.ioraph t. jinrc-au. Mrs. Quigley before her marriage last month was Miss Ida Ellen Fctcrs, of 6T50 Walnut street. CHARITY AFFAIRS Lecture To De Given This Afternoon For Benefit for Tokio Hospital. A Iccturo ulll he given In Horticultural Hull this afternoon called "A Day In Japan With Mr. nnd Mra. Charles 11. Panconst," illus trated with colored lantern slides. Tea, cake, candy nnd flowers will bo for salo after tho pic tures. Tho proceeds nro for tho benefit of tho children's ward of St. LuUo'b International Hospital, Tokio. A largo and representative commlttco of gills has undertaken to raise tho sum of 10.000 for the children's ward of St. Luke's. This Is the first entertainment that has been given for this object. Special interest Is attached to this hospital because of tho recent unprecedented act of tho Japanese Emperor, who gave from his own purse $25,000 toward tho building fund of tho new St. Luke's. All travelers in the Orient. If 111, naturally aro taken to St. Luke's, whero tho great skill of Doctor Tensler, the devoted American medical missionary, Is well known and appreciated. This hospital, therefore, makes n special appeal to all travelers In tho Far East. Tho fact that the girls of Philadel phia hnvo pledged themselves to rnlso tho J10.000 toward the J20.000 needed for tho chil dren's ward of St. Luke's has been printed In the daily papers of Tokio and has made n deep Impression. It emphasizes America's wlah to give to Japan the very highest and best type of an up-to-dato Christian hospital. The com mlttco In chargo of this entertainment Includes MUs Harriot Frnzler, Miss Alice Scott, Mlsa Catharino Lcnnlg, Miss Mnrlon Naylor, Miss Dorothy Dlsston. Miss Winifred Clark, Mlsa Marjorle Taylor, Miss Esther Howell, Miss El eanor Brock, Miss Letltln Scott; treasurer. Miss Helen Tower, and Miss Mary Alice Clay, chairman. fbotograph by Marcnu MRS. ROBERT BUTCHER, 3D Mrs. Bqtcher will be remembered as Miss Florence Nelson, whose marriage fjook plaee in mld-Januarv Mr. and Mrs. Butcher have retunied from a trip South, &jmm vrW' mom SUFFRAGE MUSICALE Mrs. John Cooke Hirst Will Give n Musi cnlc for the Equal Franchise League. A muslcalc will bo glcn on Tuesday, Mnirli IB, nt tho home of Dr. nnd Mia. John Cooko Hlist, nt 1S23 Pino street, for tho bcncllt of tho Equal Surfrngo Franchise Society of Philadel phia. Tho patronesses of tho nffnlr will be Mrs. Charles F. Bochmann. Mrs. H. II. Burrcll, Mrs. Rudolph BlaiiKenburg, Miss Mary A. Burnhniii, Mrs. W. L Buit, MIbs Fanny Travis Cockrun, Mrs. R. Perry Cummins, .Mrs. Henry Davis, Mrs. Frank Miles Day, Miss Sophia II. Dulle., Mrs. Alton Eavenson. Miss Cornelia Frothlng hnm, Mrs. Nathaniel Glnsburg, Mrs. Edwin C Grlce, Mrs. K. G. Hnlllgan, Mrs. Georgo II. Hewitt, Mis. John Cooko Hirst, Mrs. I. W. HolllngHhcad, Miss Mary II. Inglinm, Miss Caroline Kntzcnstrln, Sllss Mario E. Kennedy. Mrs. Chnrles '.. Klmnlcr, .Mis. I.nwrcuco Lowh, Mra. Wilfred Lewis, Mrs. Horatio Gates Lloyd, Miss Ellznbeth S. l.owry. Mrs. Huriy Loncn burg. Alls. O. B. Mlddleton, Mrs. Georgo Mor gan, Mra. John H. Musser, Miss Ellen McMur trie, Mrs. William Lattn Nassau, Miss Mary B. Nowklrk, Mrs. T. Culer Patterson, Mrs. Rlch nrd M. Pearcc, Mrs. J. Archer Itulon. Mrs. O. W. Ruschenbcrger, Mrs. Helen Sawyer, Mrs. T. M. Shepanl. Mrs. T. P. Stelnhart. Mrs. T. Sommervllle Stewart. Miss Sainh G. Toniklns, Miss Margaret Wilcox. Mrs. Henry T. Williams, Mrs. William Albert Wood. Tho following artists will take part: Howard Rattny, violinist; John Tompklnson, pianist: Madame William Latta Nassau, soprano; Miss Mary Newkirk, contralto, and Dr. John Hirst, tenor, nnd tha program includes: TART T. 1 "Allegro" (from Sonata for piano nnd violin) PJosrcn Mr. Rnttay and Mr. Thompson. 2 Violin, "Introduction et Rondo Cnprlc- lioflo" , Saint Saens .Mr. Rattny. 3 Vocal, "Lo Nil" Loroux Miss Newkirk. 4-Plano (n) "Aufschwung" Schuiunnu (b) Etude , Uartlett (c) Mlnnet-E fiat Beethoven (d) Scherbo v, minor Mendelssohn Mr. Thompson. 6 Vocal, "Song iff the Woods," Draper Madame Naoati. PART II. 6-VJollri. (a) Caprice Vennos Kreller (b) "The Bpb" Scliuhert (c) Vnlse Trlste Sibelius Mr. Rattny. 7-Plano. (a) Ballade G nilnor , Chopin (b) Nocturne F sharp ,..,., Chopin (c) "La, Campanella" I.Isit Mr. Thompson, '8-VooaI, (a) Bols apals Lully (K1 A, D.) (b) A Tol Bemberg Dr. John Cooke Hlrat. ROXBOROUGH Mr. and Mra. John II, Poorman, of Narberth, are visiting Mra, Poorman'a parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Sturgls, of 433 Green lane, Mrs. Joseph Schoflcld, Jr., of Ridge avenue, below Harvey street, entertained at cards yes terday afternoon. "600" was played and the game was followed by a buffet luncheon. Tho guests were Mrs. Marlon Hale, Mrs. Norman L Aapden, Mr. Clarence C. Keever, Mrs. John Cantley, Mrs. Howard Cade, Miss Gertrude Peo ples, Mra, Earle K. Everett. Mrs. Joseph Me, Manua, Mra. William Devltt, Mra. Joseph Scho neld and Mra. Harry Cade. The members of the Wlsaahlckon Sewlna; Qlub gave a theatre party last night to hear "Pet: O My Heart" Those present were Mra. John Warrington. Mra William ration, Mr. Clar ence C Keever, Mra. Albert O Rorumel, Mra Benjamla JobWHrn tt3 MU " Burrott. QUITE tho most Important social event of the week hero will bo tho largo danco lo bo given thU oenlng by Mrs. Walter Ad dlion Kox and Mr and Mrs Seymour de Hcniic vlllo Kclm In the Cynwyd Club. Tho rooms will be attractively decorated with spring flowers and palms. Among the RUests will bo Mr nnd Mrs. E. Newton WlRfnll, Mr. nnd Mrs. J Ilea Patterson, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Million I'm noi'k, Mr nnd Mrs A. J. Christie, Dr. nnd Mrs Nnlhnti Pcnii packer Stnuffcr, Mr. nnd Mr IMnnr S. Gardner, Mr. nnd Mrs Wilbur K llnnilltmi, Mr, nnd Mrs. Clarence Onrdiier. 1 Mr anil Mrs. K. Curtis llnbley, Mr. nnil Mrs. Krnnk II Bykes. Mr. and Mrs. S. Eugene Kucn, Mr and Mrs. Francis S. Ijiws. Mr. and .Mrs. George Irving Merrill, Mr. and Mrs. Krcdeilck C Ncwbourg, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. John J. Jojcc, Mr and Jtrs, William Simpson, Mr and Mrs. John l I loll. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Untold tic i Iinrev Downes, Air. nnd Mrs. ltnrclny .lohti son. Mr nnd Mrs. George It. Sullivan, Mr. unit Mrs II Ititsscll Kox, Dr. and Mrs. Onthrlo Mc Conupll, Professor and Mrs (. C. M. Carter, lr and Mts. George W. Lincoln. Dr. and Mrs. Theodore I.o lloutllller, Mr. ami Mrs. J. G. ( Duiionn, Mrs. Charles D. Kox, Mrs. Walter Prortnr. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. K. Tull, Mr. anil Mrq William K. Miller, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilrnd- , ford Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willlnm C. Hcheetz, , Mr nnd Mrs. 11. Morton Coale, Mis Meckle. Miss Gladys Kemlrlck, tho Mlscs Magei-, Miss Haupt. Miss Klauder, Miss Emily Hcnrther, ALONG THE READING Today Is Indies' day at the Old York Bonn country Club. Luncheon will bo served nt 1 o'.lork, which will bo followed by a spelling lifp nt 2.30. .Mrs. M. D. Robinson and Mrs. Henry W. Wnss will act ns hostesses for Ou tlay. Mrs Henry E. Do Puy, of Florcnco n venue, Jenklntowii. nnd her sister. Miss Noble, nro spending several weeks at Atlnntlo Clly. Mrs Albert Kitk, of MM North Cnmnc street. Is obliged to recall her Invitations for "500" on March 1" on account of Illness NORTH PHILADELPHIA A suprlso party wns given by Mr. nnd Mrs. M. A brains, of 2511 North 32d street. In honor of their daughter. Miss Anna Blanche Abnimx. Dr. Matthew Krsner tendered ninny vooal soloi Miss Dorothy Nledleman gave seeral rcclln llons. Others who took part In tho entertain ing wero Louis Fcldmnli, Benjamin Weltitraub, Ml.ii Jean Shnttcnsteln nnd Miss Surah Mlch lowltz. Tho tables wero benutlfully arranged by Mrs. Mlner.a Weltitraub, Mrs. S. Abrnms. Mrs. D. Fcldman nntl Mrs. A. Kurtz. Tonsts wero given by Jack Itlccmnn. Louis Wester, Nathan Hoffman. Jack Hnrrls nnd Charles Myers played nccoi'dlons and MIhs May Abrnms and Herman Chartnko the piano. Miss Abrams rendered several lino selections on the violin. Thero wero ninny other gucst., Including Miss El.ilno Frnnkle. Miss Roy Abtnms. Miss Nan I.ustlg, Miss Mnrlon Dokowsky, Miss Fannio Bernstein, Miss Augusta Ilovner, Miss Rosa Moskowltz. Miss Edith Cohen. Miss Anna Nalgor, Miss Ella Mlcklowitz, Miss Maiy Mlck lowltz, Miss Bottle Fcldman. Miss Eva llonolte. Louis Barctz, Miss Matilda Bodlck, David Hoscnbi-rg. Frank Lewis, Eugcno Krnnke, AVI1 llom , Shapiro. Morris Roth. Edward Burner, Harry Cohan, Hurry Staller, Edward Kurtz, Thcodoio Kurtz, Samuel J. Abrams, Erwln Foldmau, Morris JafTce. NORTHEAST PHILADELPHIA M, and Mrs Itobert E. Winderbottom, Jr., Imie returned from their honeymoon nnd are nt their homo nt 3110 Bambrey street. Mrs. Wlndorbottom will bo remembered ns Mis Sadie Allen beforo her marriage, which took plnco on February 21, at tho homo of her mother, Mis. Allen, of 2231 Blair street. FRANKFORD At a meeting of the Holmesburg Baseball Club, nt Curtis' Hotel, tho following ofllcers were elected: G. Frank Myers, president; Earl Tomllnson, secretary; Edward Curtis, treasurer; Joseph Hughes, manager, nnd Charles McClure, director, The Holmesburg Baseball Club la now a member of the Northeast Philadelphia Suburban Lcngue. They have arranged for a vaudovlllo nnd picture entertainment on tha night of April 8 and 9 at the Holmo Theatre, Rhawn street and Frankford nvenuo. Mlsa Josephine Craig Is spending two weeka In Rochester, N. Y. TIOGA Mlsa Margaret Cosgrove Clarke, of 3355 North Broad street, who has been visiting her undo anil aunt, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Cosgrove, of Washington, D. C, for tho last week, la nt present tho guest of Mra. Davis E. Francis, of Baltimore, Mil. Miss Alice McFndden. of 32CO North Broad street, entertained nt cards yesterday after noon when her guesls were Mlsa Lillian Reler, Miss Kstelle Winters, Mrs. Tercy Sherlock, Miss Bertha Weulger, Mrs. Albert Schcnck, Mrs. Charles Hnfmer. Mrs. Frederick Carter, Miss Mabel Reler, Mrs. Howard N. Jnntsen, Mra. Frank Smith and .Miss Edna McFndden. LANSDOWNE At the meeting of the Homo and School League, which will be held In the school audi toiliim on March 16, the following girls and boys will Bliis; Sllss Lucy Porter, Mlsa Charlotte Br.iwn, Mi Margaret Willis, Miss Ruth Cot ton. MUs Harriet Grlener, Miss Olive Whlte liorn. Miss Myrtle Craig. Mlsa Laura Willis. Fred Lewis. Clinton Wunderllch, llavlland Wright, Wcntlall Osborne, Robert Steele, Hnrrl. eon Matslnger and Rex TomllnBOn, CAMDEN AND VICINITY Mr. nnd Mrs. Joaepli Scott have announced the engagement of their daughter, Mlsa Gertrude Scott, to Monls Bated Clark, of Haddonfteld. Mlw Elizabeth C. Keene, of Sth and Cooper streets, who was not able to return to her Bchool at Dana Hall, Wellwley. on aooount or 111 health, 1 now at Atlantle City. WILMINGTON Announcement was made yejterjay of the engagement of William Hvea, 3d, a", this city, and Mlsa Julia Thorn, of Sandy Spring. Md. Mr. Uvea la a graduate of Princeton, Is a son of Dr. and Mra. Hiram V- Bve and la con nected with the American Vulcanized Fibre Company. Cougreaeinan-elei't Thomas Woodnut Miuer and Mra Miliar have fee spending a. few day la Washington, V Q- Miss Ethel McMInn, Mis Jeannette Hubley, ' Miss JIacnn, Mls) Christie, Howard Meckle, Warren Hamilton, If. M. Donovan, Charles i Malpnss, Dr. Edward K, Corson, George Klattdorj iho .Messrs. Wetherlll, Mr. Wolnughna, I nf Bridgeport, Conn.; Chattcey Ripley, of New I nrk: A. I)dge Oliver, Evnns Spangler. Anuouncctnent Is made of the marriage of Mls Annettn Frecdmnn and Herman Miller on Sunday, March 7, nt B718 Klngsesslng nvonue. Tho roremony was followed by n dinner, nfter which the couple went to Atlantic City. The guests Included Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Miller, Mr, and Mrs. A. Levy, Mrs. Brnuntleld, Mr. nnil Mrs 1. Hrhneffer, Mr. and Mrs. D. Wilder, Mr. .1. Hohnoffer, Benjamin Krecdmnn, James Miller, Miss Family Miller, Miss Theresa Freedmnn nnil Schiijlcr Blnu. The marrliigo of Miss Sarnh MacCracken, ilaimhter of Mr. and Mrs. W, MncCracken, to Harold Itawlcy, son of Harry Rnwlcy, of L--ffiiin nvemie, will tnke place cnily In May, The marriage of Earl Malloy Corkran, son of Dr. nnd Mrs. Millard K. Coikran. of Wllmlng. ton. ntnl Miss Cnrrlo V. Sudter, of Baltimore, Mil., ulll bo solemnized nt the home of tho bride's parents, Thursday, March 23. Miss Sudler Is tho daughter qf Mr. nnd Mrs. Mor llng B. Sudler and Is a member of a well known Maryland family. AMUSEMENTS CHESTNUT STREEV SffigS Home of World' Orcnlttit rhotoplajs AITi:il.VOOX8 1 :30 to 4 :30 10c, 13c, 23a r.VKNINOS 7:30 to I030 10c. 2Bc. BOO UL'V HUATS IN ADVANCU AND AVOID 8TANDINO IN i,i.vn 2d BIG WEEK l'ASIOUS l'LAYEKS' FILM CO.'S STUPENDOUS I'llOTO-SPECTACLE THE ETERNAL CITY BY HALL CAINE With PAULINE FREDERICK TWICU DAILY 2:30 AND 8s30 P. M. I'ltCCUDBD I1Y COMUDIES WITH t'HAS CHAPLIN METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE Matinees TODAY & TONIGHT Only DEWOLF HOPPER And the UII.UUHT & SULLIVAN Ol'EHA CO. In PINAFORE and TRIAL BY JURY "S7i. I Pirates of Penzance m,MB,,nc' ', The Mikado nR;r ', Yeomen of the Guard Ijirco Chorus & Orch Prices 23c, 50c, 75c. fl. 11.50 1000 Xcrr Seats $1 $, 50c, 75c StitlB 1100 Chentnut Si and Optia Houst. B. F. Keith's Theatre "Kveru .let J'roicil lcnalnpt" Uvenlne Ledger, MAY IRWIN I'OItKMOST AMERICAN COMEDIENNE Eddie Leonard and Mabel Russell Popular Mliintrel ami Dainty SInrer, MARVELOUS 1'EKIN MVSTEnins NAN IIAI.JEHIN AND OTHERFEATUHEa 1 V BROAD K, Mat Today SL$L50 THE MISLEADING LADY - Lust -I Exnlncif Last Matinee Saturday, .NEXT WEEK BEATS TOMORROW THE BLUE ENVELOPE A UNIQUE l'ARCE EXCEITIONAL CAST f VRTP MATINEE TODAV AT 2:15. blKiU WM. A nKADra,iVT"fl,,A,W ROBERT B. MANTELL In KlmliFupenrcnn and Claaala Repertoire Matlnco Today "ROMEO AND JULIET" T O N 1 O II T " II A M L E T " TOMORROW NIGHT "KINO LEAR" RURKBT STREET AND JUNII'EH Cnntlnuoue Vauderllta GLOBE 11 '30 A. M to Jl :3l) P ,M. "THE LAWN PARTY" WATbO.V . RUTLAND, AL HURTON'S KEVIEW UVAL & EARLY, "SENATOR" FnANCIS MURPI1X THE LOWE8, AND OTHBlia ACADEilV Friday Eve. 8:13. Sat. Mat. 2:30. ELMENDORF AROUND SOUTHERN EUROPE A Circular Tour J'rom Tarla Throurh SWITZERLAND, ITALY and SPAIN Tricei 25c lo Jl. Heppa'a, 1110 Cheitnut. ACADEMV OK MUSIC TUESDAY EVEN1NU, MARCH 10, AT 8:13 -vTTn-T7Tr A TS.T TRAVELTALK NEWMAN gSE.vjjn wnT VTA MTJ Uontl1' I'ennayhanla Medic,! LlUljl ljtWiU Mle.lonary Society Tickets St.BO, 11, 7Sc. 50c, at Heppa'a, ACADEMY oFmUsTg BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA )lt. KARL MUCK I'onductor Monday Vac-. March 15, at SiU. SOLOIST Beatrice Harrison VIOLONCELLIST Tlcketn at Heppa'a, Amphitheatre, 25o, FORREST NOW TWICE DAILV :50 i 0 :20. "U A kiv. 'illlO WfefeU U.il.X A Sensational Success i'SSSyS' WAR PICTURES Flret Actual FlrliiK Lino Motion Filma. A TT,T TJTJT TONIOHT AT 8:18 SHARP AUWUl 1" POPULAR II MAT. TOMORROW outer iioronca i-reienia j. imruey Jiannore' PEG 0' MY THE PLAY EVERYBODY LOVES 0 A. M. to 11 P. M. PALACE 1214 Market . 10c. 20c NEWSBOY SEXTETTE AND OTHERS PHOTOPLAY 11LANC11E SWEET In Warrena of Virginia CROSS I BoTS r Arabian Nights Tf TTVC! I l'"lv O'her Merltorloua Acta v XJ I O Program Chanced Mondiy A Thursday THEATRE jV.U0ci gfi MARKET ST A HOVE JBTK PICTURES " 11 A. M to 11 is Jp. t ELSIE JANIS Caprice of Kitty THE Stanley Garrickp'SS; Mat, Today 2. $1.50 Cah'Nn.S ? ,n 7 SH B ALDPATE Ihla Nul W Etga. 8.1S. Re. !.. el- NIXOWS I fudl,wlJ FltMrcka llar riKANiJ ft Mo"r.,...Hu.aU?' ortteW . v.. ?", vi ukoeiai Lmm Latahiaf ToJy 'i :16. T 0 I Pltturaa EMPIRE 3lT ! The Escape DUMONT'S D?S , MAT. TODAH UJS VaJUNV Li WJ4.T WAMOH irff 41 I t