EVENING' 'PUBIilO ILEMER PHILADELPHIA, THtJRSDAY, ItfAY 23; 1018
JtfST GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE
'Ncmcy Wynne Talks About the May Market Which Will Be
Held Tomorrow in Germantoivn Comments on
Captain Biddle's Escape
"yon know the Gprm.intowr. May Market
wilt ho held tomorrow out in Vernon
Park. It seems inthcr ton' had that the
Flower Market in town should bo on the
Kime day. t hope the two affairs won't
Interfere with each other, an vry many
of the same people would ro to both.
Vernon Park will be given ovfr all dav
to pleasure-loverB. and all nfjes will be
welcomed and m.ido to feel at home If the
committee In charge can do po. It will
certainly leave no stone unturned to irako
It a success.
Indians are coin? to lead the ponies.
which will be there for the kiddles to ride.
and a real honestto-eoodnesi shephcrdesn
with her shorn rhrep will sell wool. The
Innocent little sheep is to prove that the
yarn Is all pure wool.
Gypsies will tell fortune I don't know
It those cypsles will be awful "real." per
haps ono mlRht be called "rinronro" r
another "Helm." or perhaps "Then." I'm
not sure, hut these are rome opsles who
are all rood hand readers, rerhapa some
or one of them will be at the Rlttenhouso
Square tomorrow, thnueh I have not heard
of fottune tolling there.
TIIF.nr, will bo lemonade, flowers, war
bread and cnl.e. and recipe-, will be sold,
thereby nldinc the Government In the con
servation of whc.it and Incidentally nldtns
the harassed housekeeper by giving her
recipes which will enahlo her to servo her
usual delicious "cats."
And after all thi. if there are any other
wants that arc not satlrned, the visitor may
. stop into the rountiy t-t.ne, whlh will bo
presided ovrr bv Mm. IMwiirl Mellor. and,
bellevo 'me. she ha everything tn sill in
that storo "hut tho kitchen rtove." and
wVin ifimw. hut thnt r.hc mav have ono of
those by tomorrow. A few things rho has
are liverturk. ve-cliibles. pimmc, rib
bons, pranuts and toilet articles of all
The May Market will be held for tho
benefit of the Morton f.treet Day Nursery
and tho Woman'.) Permanent J.mdenry
Association of Cermsntovvn. It Friday
proves rainy, Saturday will be the day for
WASN'T Cliaitio Riddle's a miraculous
escape? He has been dolnc some won
derful work "over there" in the aviation,
and last week had an encounter with an
enemy plane, in which he was shot in the
Ick and his machine nan disabled and fell
to tho ground, roitumtely ho did not
lose consciousness and war able to crawl
from tho machine to a shell hole nearby,
lie had bately reached it when a bomb
from the German piano .'-truck bis machine
and shattered it Into tiny pieces.
Charlie Piddle. If the son of Mr. and Mis.
Charles Kiddle, of Andalu.li. They llvo In
the wonderful old Piddle M -union high up
on the river bank, above the I-'n'w place.
Voting Piddle went over early In the war
and has done some splendid things Ho U
evidently a mighty pood spoit. for his
cable to the family says th.it ho has a
slight flesh wound in the Ick and he ex
pects to return to his plane In a week.
Tho fart that Captain Hall has been lo
cated in a German hospital gives one hopes
about others who have been reported miss
ins. When this awful war Is over may we
never have to live through another. .
MARGARET SMITH HART has returned
from her we.'iolng trip and will live
with her mother, Miv. Adams, until she is
able to Join Tommy, which may not he till
after the war. Tommv Is at present at
Mineola, so It is not so bad. She can get
on now and again, as for instance yes
terday sho heard he had a little time in
New York and so went over and lunched
Theirs was certainly a pretty weddlnc;
last Wednesday at St. Mark's. That church
always makes an artistic background, for
a wedding group.
EMILY, of whom you have, heard now
and again In those columns, has been
taught to appreciate the beauties of nature,
but when it come3 to crawlinc; into
mother's bed at 5:30 a. m. and discoursing
learnedly on tho wonderful good the awful
rain, of that morning (which, Incidentally,
was yesterday, and you know how often
you had to get up.to open and close win
dows .through tho night) would bo for the
little flowers aim pretty grass, and dear
little birdies who would be out hunting for
breakfast. Mother did not apprcciato it
quite so much as usual.
And speaking of Emily. I must tell you
another story. Mother asked a few friends
In to lunch with her informally ono day
this week. Emily, who Is an observant
young person of five, lost nothing of the
preparations that were going on In tho
house. Finally she ran out to play, and
mother really forgot her till Just after the
guests had arrived, and they were all seated
on the porch before lunch was announced.
Suddenly around the corner from down
the street came Emily, followed by soma
sixteen small kiddies of about her own as-e,
In various states of morning clothes,
rompers, etc., and much mudpie and sand.
She led the procession majestically Into tha
garden, v-ith the most hospitable expres
sion of countenance. "But, Emily," said
mother, "what's the Idea?"
"Oh, I thought I'd invito my little friends
to luncheon," smiled Emily, the knees of
whose rompers were about .as black as
those of any child present. Needless to
say, the porchful of guests set up one
shriek of unholy Joy, while mother re
quested tho small but unexpected guests
to return to their homes and families.
Social Activities .
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Carter Durton, of
Oermantown, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Eleanor Seal Wunder,
to Mr. Warner Roberts Supplee, son of Mrs.
William P. Supplee, of. West Philadelphia,
Mr. Surplee Is with the field artillery at
Mr. Georr Horace Lorlmer and Mrs. 8.
P. Snow-den Mitchell will give a tea at the
Acorn Club on Monday, after the talk at
the workroom of the Independence Square
Auxiliary of the Red Cross, 608 Chestnut
xtr Rivm Schultr has Issued Invitations
r,, tt. w!4lns of , her tUUjhter. MUs
Mt)riM iM,-Seh.ult. and Mr., Robert
A . and Mrs Wood, of Wayne. The weddintt
will take place In St Mnry's Church. Wayne,
nn Satttrdav, June R. at B o'clock. A recep
tion fir th families and Intimate friends
will he given at their home, Tankcrvllle, the
Pchultz home In St. Davids.
Friends nf Mr. and Mrs. P.dmund de Forest
Cuttls. of Wajne, will regret to hear of
the ferlnus Illness of their little daughter.
Florence Chandler Curtis, who was operated
on for appendicitis at the Bryn Mavvr Hospi
tal Mrs Curtis. It will be remembered, va3
Miss .Mildred O'Neill, of this ilty.
Mrs. G Dallas Dixon, Jr.. will rpend the
fummer with her mother. Mrs John C.
Oroome, at Hryn Mawr
Mrs Harry Wain Harrison will return to
day to her home in it Davids, after Fpend
Ing two weeks at French l.uk Springs. I ml.
The sale of flmvers and vegetable which
Is hekl A..ry Friday at the hnin of Mrs.
Frederick v Taylor, In Chestnut Ittll. In aid
of the rtfd f'rnsi nrk at th chestnut Jill!
S-TMce HniM, will he omitted tnmnrtnM-, hut
"111 be hew nn the following Frldajs in May
and June, as preloitly arranged.
Mrs. Paul Matlark, of Ormant-m-i. will
entertain at lunrlven today In tvnrir rf h' r
mother, Mf.. Jam. Rell. The true'- v-t'l
Inrlii.le. Mr.. r.roi ire Rr'xiko. Mr. ilbam
Hani.. Mr.. William Ifil. Ml . Krvm F.
F'hr-ler. Mr, jeihn Fetfrs. Mrs. Jule. Bell
Mrs. Sara Vamlergrlft, Miss Fmeline Crn.-.-ley
and Mis: Alice R.-11.
Captain and Mr.-. W Hohart Porter, win
are at Lake ri.icld. .V Y . on their hnney
mnon. win i pend about two weeks there
before going to Baltimore, where they have
taken an apartment.
Dr and Mrs. Franrl W Slnkler and their
family have eloped their house and are mend
ing the rummer with Mi . Sinklcr'.-, pari ntr.
Mr and Mrs. John W Piarce, at Hrvn Mawr,
Mr Samuel P White, nf 220S St. James
plicc will cpen his cottage at Cornwall ave
nue and the Pe.tch Ventnnr. on Saturday,
June 8. Mr. and Mr.-. Thomas F Clement
ami Mr and Mr.. Karl H Rogers will t-pmrt
the rummer with Mr. White
Mr and Mrs Samuel Stem are receiving
congratulations upon the hirth of n son, Wll
Ham Hem' nt Stem, nn Monday. May 13 Mr.
.St-m will he rememhered as Mlr.r Eleanor
Ilement Mr. Stem i;, with th- l"mveiitv
II"'P.t,il rnii No. 20, which recently landed
Mi.-a Genrgene Rutler. e.f Uvdal, r lere nf
Mr? George F Lisher. Is visiting Mrs Clif
ford I. Vi.nrhcer, of .New Brunswick, X. J.
Mr and Mrs James J Sill. Misi Mar
guerite Fill and Mr and Mrs. Ralph Mor
gan Mill tpend the rummer at Ventnnr
'If Wllhim H Lamb, who will he rr
mmhend as Miss Kduh Cochran, and Mi.-a
Pomthv C.irhran. daughter if Mrs. Henry
Cochi.in. of 3511 Raring street, will he among
thn Initial p.uty at the ma mage nf M-3 Mil
drd Kur.je tn Lieut, nam Hunt M.irili at 21
I'oliiemus place, nrn.ikl.vn, mi June 10.
Mr.- Walter Dnuclae Jr. nf Overbrook.
will .-pend the summer months with her par
ents. Dr and Mrs Addinelt Hewson. at
Spnng Lake. N. J.
Corporal c. I.et.-r Rnnnett and Mrs. Ben
nett have returned from their wedding trip
and are at the home nf Mrs M B Reed,
of 34.0 North Fifteenth street. Mrs Bennett
will ho lememhered as Miss Emily Lois Reed.
Mr. and Mr.-. Alexander M. De Haven, of
.".2ri North Thirty-fourth street, annnimce the
eng..gment nt their daughter. MK Jean
Gould De Haven, to Private Edgar Myers
Wil-jn, nf Lan.dnwne. Mr Wll.-on la now
ftatinneei at the orclnance tialni ,g camp nt
Mr and Mrs. Samuel r; Coates. of 5251
Walton avenue, announce the engagement of
their daughter. Ml?.- Harriet Boucher Cn.ite..,
to Lieutenant Jnlin Frederick Hates, Jr.,
F. S X . son nf Mr John Frederick Bates,
of Weft Philadelphia
Trlvatc P.. J. Dahlman. of the Black
Watch Regiment, who served three year? In
the fi.int lines, was wounded thirteen times
and is to return to fervice in France, and
Mr. Lincoln L. Eyre, of the four-minute
speaker-, will address a meeting In the Arch
Stre.t Prerhytertan Church, at Eighteenth
and Arch streets, tomorrow eenlng at ?
Mr and Mrs. .1 Herbert Ogden entertained
a house party over the week-end at a camp
on the Susquehanna River. Their guests were
Mr. and Mrs Ralph L. Hays, Mr and Mrs.
Rohett Downing Taylor. Mr. and -Mrs. Her
bert Ogden, Mrs. Austin Boyrt and Mr. John
The Sigma Alpha Psl Sorority held' it an
nual dinner-dance on Saturday nt the Ritten-houi-e
Hotel. A hurlnrss meeting w.n held,
aftir which the .lection of officers tonk place.
The fnllow ing were elected .
President. Mis.-, Clara Haihach ; vice pi est.
dent. Miss Laura A. Firth ; secretary, Misa
Marion Collier Creamer, and treasurer, 'Miss
Lira Koelle. After theVinner an Impiomptu
recital was given by tho famous Sousa's
Soldiers and sailors were guests on Sun
day evening of the Synagogue Shaurl Zedek,
Fifty-second street and Columbia aenue.
Miss Anna Drodsky and Miss J Blance or
ganized an entertainment for them Miss
Brodsky served refreshments to all the men
and gave each one a box of candy and some
smokes to take back with them.
Miss Elizabeth S. Mulford Is spending the
week as the guest of Miss Margaret Hetzell
at her home tn Gwynedd.
Captain L. P. Pelffer and Mr. C. M Lord,
U. S. M. C, have left for the South after
spending a brief furlough here.
Miss Margaret Hetzell will give a dance
at the Whitemarsh Valley Country Cluo to
morrow evening to raise the sum of $100
which will be donated to the War Chest Fund.
A play and dance for the benefit of the
scholarship fund of the gymnasium of the
West Philadelphia High School for Girls will
be given at th'e Phllomusian Club on Satur
day evening. May 25.' The play will be en
titled "Whiskers," and Is tho story of a
brldo and groom.
The cast Includes Miss Lucy Bradley Miss
Doris Wlldernuth, Miss Sue Search ' Miss
Marie Wtlhelmee, Miss Edith Cugley Miss
Elizabeth Magnazan, Miss Sadie Shlller ana
Miss Dorothy Lancaster, who are being
coached by Miss Sarah Sterling.
Lieutenant George Calvin Wells and Lieu
tenant Warren Macpherson Wells will act
as ushers at the marriage of their sUtr
MIsj Margaret Heullngs Wells, daughter o't
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Calvin Wells, 3212
Wallace street, to Mr. Joseph Brower o.-,
Wednesday evening, June 5, at 7 o'clock
In the Norttynlnster , Presbyterian Church,
Thirty-fifth and Raring streets. Mr.
Charles H. Kenyon will attend Mlsa
Wells as matron of honor, and Mr. Thomas
Brewer will be the best man. Tho Itev.
Mr. Courtland Robinson will perform th
ceremony, which wll,t? followed by t.
TO GIVE 'PRINCESS BONNIE'
TONIGHT IN MANAYUNK
St. John's Opera Company Will
Present Operetta in Parish
Hall of Church
hlrh has aided
St John's Opera Cnmpinv,
,,,,-, -. .,.,,.,.(
so manv worthy charities in i . "-''":.;
Ward, will present "The Princess B"""'"
this evening in the pirl.h hall of the Chun h
of St John the Baptist, on Rector street.
Mnnavunk. under th auspices of the A lurrmae
Association nf St. John's School. Mr J"hn
S McC.irrlgle Is the Ma 5? manager nf tho
operatic production: Miss Mary M- Ky
Makem Is the musical director ami Miss
Mirie K Makem orchestra leader The cast
includes Princess Bonnie. Miss Man- s
O'Brien. K'ttv Clover. Miss IjrlcM
mack: Auntv Crahhe. Miss Madeline B K-n-nedv:
Donna Pnmpojn. Miss Annie Jeffrie..
Mullln. Ro Stirling. Carl Me5ers : s-hr mp.
William Rvan: rviunt Falsetti. Mr 1-ramt
Dermnnd: Admral Pomposn. Mr Jamei
MrGarr e'e Captiln Tarpaulin. Mr Joseph
Hrennen, Si'vadnr. Mr John J Callahan;
Lieutenant Fusee. Mr John Green The
chorus is composed nf Miss Nellie Cunnle,
Mt-s Ar.na rvXetl!. Miss Marie Gallagher,
Mls Helen Roue. Miss Irene Fleming, MlM
Helen Metzlnger, Mi's May Mftjinger. Miss
Anna MrGlnnts Miss Marl" Trnau. Mi's
Helen O'Neill. Mhs Margaret Wall. Jliai
M,r, Oi,gie Mis Klttv Milllarkej. Miss
Marv Dnrfv, Mns Julia Q'llnn. Mr. Charles
Silverthmn. Mi William Denmnd Mr. M.
Harold Mi '-nog Mr Jernnin Duff Mr John
Vasev. Mr John McCnol. Mr. Fugen Dovle,
Mi Comelnis Mccarthv. Mr Alnv-ln. Seerv,
Mr Tln'e'h Bowe, Mr John Flnnegin. Mr.
Htnrv Wittman Mr William Felt" Mr.
.lame. Travis and Mr William Scanlon
The nftli er . nf the alumnae are Mc5 l.a"nl
JtcPevltt. pie Ment ; Ml-s JInrle Rng"i -. vice
president; Mi. llt-.ahrth F.owe. Inaneial
tecretarv: Mi.-- Matte Cnsgroe, recording
roirrtar--, and Ml. Marv G Quigley. treas
lii er There are about 200 memhi r.
NOTES OF INTEREST
junior Members of Twentieth
Century Club N'm Give
Series of Dances
The lart lunlnr dance, which was held at
th Twentieth Onturv Club In Landnw-no
te-eral weeK s acn. w.T Ffi f-'l.-ces'-ful that
the members nf the junior section li,n de
cided t, ha'e a : erles of danres. one tn he
pifn en-h month during the summer Tho
flr?t nf the-e will he held at the cluhhnu-o,
on Saturdav eeninp June 15. The proceeds
fmm the.se aff.iirs will he used In hulng a
piano for the clubhouse.
M's Dornthv McEwen is chairman of tho
dance committee, and others nn the rnminlf
tee are Mlsn Helen Taylnr. Miss Isabel ii.il
hraith. Mls Giacn Cnnd. Miss Martha Yerl;e--,
Mi.-.- Marlnn Havlland, Miss Helen Adler,
Mrs. Genrge K. Hooper and Mrs Rnheit
Hall Anderson Three senior meinh. i s havt
alrn heen asked to . erve on the .nmmlttee
Thev are Mis Osrar S Kimherlev. Mrs. How
ard W. Reed and Mrs I'hatles Wilcnv.
Misi- Frances Rntnard. ('aughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Lvnn Parnard. gae a card
party at her home on Saturday afternoon.
Her guects were Miss Ruth Perk. MisH I'1i 1
lis Whitehnrn. Mist Ruth Rodford. Miss
Rachael Zlegler Miss Helen de Garcia, Miss
Ruth Colling' Miss !ett Leopold, Mis- Ruth
King.-more. Miss Helen Clark, Miss Manorie
Voelker. Miss Dnrothv Le Fcvie. M.ss Miriam
ralincr. Mlr.s Sue Read. Mi. Gladvs Smylhe,
Mi.a Anna Muth. Ml-.r. Grace I.uft, Ml'-t
Eleanor Aloander. Mirs Gwynne Mercer.
Mi:s Isahel Koller. Miss Blanche Richards,
Miss Emilv Vhito and Miss Dorothy Hurt.
An attractive dance, was given at the
Twentieth Century Club on Saturday evening
hv the Lansdowne Auxiliary nf the V.t
Philadelphia Hospital for Women for the
henellt nf thit hospital. Mrs James Temple
Butler had charge of the dance, ami those
on her committee were Mis Howard W.
Read. Mis Harold Wilson. .Mrs Andrew s.
M Voung. Mi' J, LeRov Smith. Mrs Chester
P. Gall. her. Mrs Loins, Geistenheiger, Mrs
John H Wiight. Mrs. J. Liddon Pennnck,
Mr.- Clifford Parkinson, Mis Charles !!.
Mus-ser, Mrs Chaiiea I. Shurtleff, Jirs k'd
ward J. Collins. Mn John Uiumis., Mrs. J.
L Wlll.am:-. -Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mrs. Charles
Evans and Mr.- W. A. Almy.
GET DIPLOMAS TONIGHT
Coramenrrment Exercises of Pennsjlvania
Muctim at Ararlcmy of
The commencement exercises of the Penn
sylvania Museum and School of Industilal
Art will he held this evening at the Acad
emy of Music
Aflir the introductory remarks hy th
president. Thomas C. Search. M. A., and
nn address by James P. Munroe, prizes wl.l
he awarded. Diplomas will he given to the
Teacher's Course Elizabeth Sophie Ar
nold. Mabel Rock, Harold Samuel Brecht,
Eleanor Madeleine Co: ta, .Marie Elizabeth
Hauer, Ada Jones. Margaret Godshall X it it:
Grace Paul Leaw, Katharine Montgomery
Lukenharh. Dorothy Morguilies Emma
Knight Markley. Mary Clare MeCloskey,
Catharine o'Donnel. Otto Ludwlg F'ahl Jr ,
Tay Elizabeth Read. Armando Tunun Rl-rl.
Gertrude Cathryn Schmidt, Virginia May
Scullin. Mary Bahls Swi-eny. Margaret
Frederick .Cornelius Alston. N'oble Frame
B.acham, Frances Tipton Hunter, Eleanor
Stuart Loxe, Katherlne Milhous. Edward Cos
tello Smith. Hettie Emma Wenzel.
Catherine Antoinette Dehm, Carroll
Thomas Lambert, Corlnne Claire Loos, Ed
ward Austin Walton
Louise Holmes Baker.
Regular TetUe Course
Walter Howard Weber. Julius Roblson,
Nelson Leon New-mark. Louis Hllliard Joseph,
John Frederick Speacht. James Voung Hum
Chemistry, Dyeing and rrlutlng Course.
John Cless Trimble, William Howard Jef
fries. COMPETE AT ART ALLIANCE
Students to Compete for Year's Honorary
Membership in Association
The Art Alliance afternoon for May will
be held next Tuesday at 4 o'clock. The com
mittee on murlc announces a concert by Miss
Lena Weber, contralto, and Miss Helen Ware,
pianist, who having been passed by the
music Jury of the Art Alliance, sing under
It has been decided that there shall be
an honorary students' membership in the
Art Alliance, to be awarded by the various
art committees as a prize for the best work
In each art at an annual competition.
The music committee announces a compe
tition for students of the piano, violin, or
cello, and of singing and composition, the
prize to be an honorary membership for one
year In the Art Alliance, and the privilege
of active membership later without Initiation
Students of composition ' are Invited to
send their work to the music committee by
June 1. The competition tor students of
the piano, violin. cllp and of singing will bV
jielct at the, Art. Alliance on Wednesday eve.
: WPfc rj; S9. , , , ,
Ml. Ill T l.IGI.I.f
?mall Mi.- Iueet s1t takins In r nir.I tui! for a walk when tlir cameraman hap
pened to s-cc Iter, and o wc lur llic iti.unc 1o .-c Int. loo. '1 lie little lady i- the
(laurhtrr of Mr. anil Mi . Howard i.ij' tt. Jr.. of 2 in otilli Tut nl -first direct
WORK OF HOSPITAL GROWS
Jewish Institulion Cecils Mnie 1'nnils to
Appeal ye-terday as made hv the .Tewih
Hospital for additional fund.- wih which to
maintain the wink, whii''i h.i-- cmivii t-i
unii.-ual proportion dunng'tbo t -t car
More than oOnO pitietit.-. about half of th. in
free patients, h.we rcc.uved tnatniint duiiiig
The annual meeting of the h'-pl'al will
bo held Sunday afternoon nt .'? n r'nrk at
tlv ll.'iirv ;- l'r.ink ! mnrl.d ;- n.ig.'gn.',
on the hospital grounds Graduating exer
cises uf the Nurses' Training School will ho
held May 30 at 2."''" P im
FORM GIRL SGO'.T TROOP
Gimbcl Store Emplojcs Unroll ,V at tlio
A GUI Scout troop wa form, d anmng the
girl employes of the Gimhel tin,, at a din
ner In the store dining room la.-t night. Tin
new troop enrolled thirtv-lhe girls at the
meeting and . l.cted Harrn t lieavir as cap
tain Th" girls were nd'lie:,-d hv fianiel Gun
nel, who told of the .llue of the Gnl .- nut
organization A lare number nt ihii Arain
were In attendance to l.onm thi: formation
of the n w troop.
A GROUP OF RECENT RRIDES
Mrs. Howard Roak, who was Miss Ethel
Proctor, of 1813 Venango street, before
her marriage; Mrs. hrael J. Brodfky,
who will be remembered as Miss Hulda
J, Apt. of 6729 North Thirteenth street,
and Mrs. Frederick E. Howe, who was
Miss Amelia McDevitt, of 4113 Balti
more avenue. Mrs. Roak's photograph
wis taken by Marceau, and Mrs. Brodsky
and Mrs. Rowo were photographed by
PRIZE HORSES HELP
BOYS "OVER THERE"
Many Animal. Entered for Devon
Vi'nr Relief Show in
t'ii . wattime- wc he!lee horse
IV'iild he held for the benefit of war
1 1 lief w
ik and for accredited organizations
ergit-e'l m an mea.-ure.. for relief.
'History 1,-veals no older friend of man
than th' h'ir-o, and it If lertain that the
how- hor -. s of our country can do no bet
ter work than in crp him still ftuther by
h. lping tn Increiuc ihos.. fund-- so ..-sentlnl
to the finfi'it and well-being of the men
'"i r then-' "
Th-i are the r.. ntnnent- which appear
ahove tho signatut."- nf Dr Thomas Ash
bin and William II. U'anamaker Jr.. chair
man and :eci'et,uy, repecii. ly, of the Devon
War Relief Jlnis.- Show which is to be held
at I. Mm June fi, 7 .vid S.
Th'v at, printed ,u a preface tn the
pil'e l.'st jii t l--iied for thi .vent, which
will ho nn. of th.. ,no-t notable .oclal-ch.tr-It.'ble
nrra.,inn, of the y, a r tince It Is to
be held fm- the benefit nf the Main Lnw
hra-ch nf the Emergencv Aid
The prcc list ha- be, n arldrei--ed in eveiy
ftahle in tlv country, but eshibitorc eager
to I'.irtii-ip.it, in the oent h.ie imi waited
fr it., re,,lpt and already hao reserved
rt.ible. for t'leir blooded favnritr-
Pio.p.cn. exh'hltor.- have ben nntitl-'d
t hat th.. .ntiie.-- whl clor0 May JS. There
will h- inr cMos. which peniiit the widest
opportunity for o'vy !vpi. of hm !r and pony
to how what he ran do In the tan oval
.Notable, judges will be foim, n th,. Devon
nnt' Reginald C. Vandcrhilt and Charle.j A.
l.iiirliiiiiir. will paH upon the merits of h.ir
ii i hoes, ponies and hackney breeding
''"Is: F. mhrose car), and R Lawrence
ciiuth will judge saddle lmisp- an,i ponie!. ;
All-, d Jladav and M R v Jackson will estl
mat. the pei forma n.e, oi hunters and jump
. i- mid Gouge Willing will decide jtldu mus
Iv tl'e fin.' point exhibited hv the many
roadster, which will b, :-een In the oval.
1'r J W Adam.s and Dr J c Rartholo
tnew will he Devon.-, pt.Tinaiv msp.rtors.
COWTCT PAYS FOR BIBLE
TO HI' .SENT TO TRK.CIIKS
No. 362 j Connrrlicut State I'riton, Sends
Two DoIIjm tn I'o.kct Testa.
Sitting in his cell in the Connecticut State
Tri.-on at Wethersfleld, Conn. John Johnson
read in a n. wspiper of the work of the
Ru ine.i, Men.. War found In furnishing
Rihles for the soldier.' and r.-ulor.-,.
John John on is tin alia-. In all prnhahilltv.
a. tnanv men who are sentence,! to prison
give fictitious name; in onl.r to conceal the
disgrace from their fim.li.. and friend:. In
th conn, .-tn ut State Rnron, John.-on 1.-.
know n a. Xo .tfij 1.
John-on knew the value of the Vew Testa
ment a.-, a comforter and friend. A clergy
man who visited the prison, gave him a copy,
and Johnson en-mt many an hour poring mer
It:, pag.- While he read a light dawneil
in lur ronl. and t'daj he is a Chri.-tian man
When .No an;4 read that a group of Phila
delphia business men known as tho Dusi
nes'. Men .-. War Council, wa.-, engaged In a
campaign to furnish l.non.nnn Testaments to
L'ncle Sam's soldiers and sailoi..., h,,. re.
marked. "That s the best thing tho soldiers
and i-ailnis could rece.ve."
nut of his scanty crnings In the prison
shop?. John John.-on took two dollars. Then
he asked to see the warden. As a result. J.
Louis Twaddell. treasurer of the Pocket Tes
tament League, received the following letter
a few da? ago at his offices in tho Wither
' Dear Sir Inclosed herewith check for $2
tent at the request of No. 3124, John John
son Respectfullv yours, Charles C. Mc
Claughrv. warden "
The Business Mens War Council has re
ceded numerous contributions from men and
women in all walks-, of life, but It Is doubtful
whether any has heen more appreciated than
the $J rerei.ed from No. 3624 In tho Con
necticut State Prison.
FRIENDS OE ANIMALS BUSY
Pennsylvania S. P. C. A. Report for April
At a meeting of tho board of managers
of the Pennsylvania Society for the Preven
tion of Cruelty to Animals, held today, Secre
tary rhllltp3 submitted the following repoit,
covering operations for the month of April:
"Prosecutions. 31 ; cases remedied with-ou-.
prosecution, 2013; horses ord.ted from
labor for various causes, IS"; pad3 adjusted
to pievent ruhbing sores, 742; coops of poul
try relieved from ovo.-crowding, 'J 13: animals
moved In society's ambulances, 28 ; animais
humanely killed. 108. it which nl.iet'.en were
horses offered' for sa.le at the various ba
zaar.). "A' the stockyards, our agenM Inspected
403 carloads of caU'e, In which were found
twenty animals disabled and twenty-six
killed in transportation, Stomas and beat
ing cattle prevented, 3; bicrcrcwdnl rattle.
In wagons relieved, 10; cattlt Qrdurtd to be
ieUj 9B i came .vvaivrcu. ve ,
SUCCESS SEEMS SURE
AT GIRL SCOUTS' SALE
Punrh and Judy Show Amuses
Children "While Mothers Arc
llusy With Bargains
The Girl Scouts' tummage rale, nt lnft7
Market ftreet, piomlpes to he a big su-eess.
Today Is th second day, and prospects are
that a goodly amount will bo passed for the
T'ksi In charge nf the various depart
ments are wnrklng with thirty-two caliber
iteal. Harriet Krnzler. Rirh-I Titter, Kllen
Mary Cassatt, Gwen Martin. ( ccilv Rarncs
all of them, in fact, nre putting every ounce
of "pep" Into their work.
It I' a rummage sale halng tome uncom
mon feature. For example, tl.e Id-M cf
'Viierking" the children whl!"1 th mothers
hop hat received the enthusiastic Mjtes of
both i hiidn-n and 'mammas." Nn woman
ran linil the maximum of J-- evn at a
li. id.:, sale with a bored and whimpeung
1 iid pulling at her skirts And no child can
I. e the maximum of filial affection during
the e h.'rrin moment . So the ihlldnn ore
tagged systrtnatirallv. and the Imuis that
ii.'th.r n quite., to buy a ard and a half of
bah blue i ihhon arc whiled away with a
I'tinch -mil .ludv rhnw.
noth i not. wnrthv point in regard to the
Gill Si out ' -a'r- the bonk- and il.-iuies.
ilotlK and to . jtwitri, and tuiniture. al
though e,'ond-tiand. aie tn cvcell. nt imili
tinn. while thi I'li.-i lemain at tne popular
ni'iima.. ...il liguirs
Th, Gnl .'.out in w camp will be sltusted
nn the ije.nge H Mil'-ad.lcn c.tate at West
ch. ter Air. M.'laddiii ha-- given the
gioiind and two hoiis. for this purpose.
Ihuty GUI s.out cm live th.re at the
:nme time, combining r t net military disci
pllll with all the Joy. nf .a really well
ril'gahizril enmp life
The following joiing women make up the
Mf- r.hriheih Adam . Mm Catharine
Huti-bin--n, Mr. bandr Cove, Ml-s Ccr
i'v n.irnr'- Mi l.dith Riddle, Mis-. i:ugenm
c.i-.ati Mi- Ai'ia i,iii . Mrs Rn-o D..lan.
Mi.- f'eitriid. Illi. Mr-.- ll"hn Klelwh. r.
Ml , ii". Thr,ni"on. Mi's Rlslr Roerderer,
Mrs Job, inn . lo'Ie. Mi Katharine C. Li a.
Mr Rnli.i'l le.ri. Mr-. .ii. M(1r. Mrv
R.hir.l T N.ille Ml Man- Newhold. Mi
N'l'ho'a Roo-ieit. Mi s Aimee. stne und
Mt IMiia'd M.ushall.
VII LIMITS COMMENCEMENT
L"errics al Chrler Miridecil on Arrnunt
of Call lo I'lnltsliurs Camp
War has lrtually eliminated commence
ment week this year at the Pentr-vlvanla
M.litarv College In Chester So manv oung
men of the r-ollegc go to I'lntdnirg for the
rtudentr" camp, to he opened June 11. that the
grnduition eerci:es h. e been ret forward
and tn-iny of the usual ceremonies foregone
Simple graduut.on exerciser will be held
tomorrow af.emoon en the campus At ,1
o'clock there will be a review of the cadet
battalion, followed hv an address and tho
conferring of degrees by John Wauainaker,
president of the board of trustees.
The class of nils comprli-cs nine nung
men. Th-' degree nf . ivil onKinier will bo
conferred upon llirry C. Knglr and Charles
'. Kelin. Jr. The degree of buhelor of
F.'b.ncr in etniiom.i-., w .11 be awarded Robert
1! llnil.icher. R'ch.inl V Hueliner, Alfred
L. Hummel, William f. Seton and William
Tim competitive ride for the John C. Rerg-
fels cavalry medal was woo hy a Philadelphia
hov. llnhirt I-Iet. with Walter Rastlan. of
Allcntoun, i-econd The junior c.aalry medal
was won by Charles Hoffman, of Reading,
and second tonoi. by Jame.i Wlshart, of
MARRIED LAST EVENING
Man- Brown Bride of Mr. Clarence
Sadler at Home of Clergyman
The marriage of Miss Marv A. Rrown.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M Ilrown. of
SSS0 North dfih rtreet, to Mr. clarence Sad
l.r. al-o of TIok.-i. took place last evening at
th" home of tin Rev I'mdlay M. Wilson,
pastoi cf the Third Chunk of the Covenant
ets, rrnnklin and Dauphin streets, who per
formed the ceremonv. The bride wore her
traveling suit of dark blue with :i blue and
white bat. She vias given in marriage hy
hrr father and was att nded hy Miss Kath
ni me Mccormick, who wore a coat suit of
brown and white check with a brown braid
Mr R 51. Rrown, Jr , the bride's brother,
was Mr Sadters best man. The service was
followed hv a dinner. The brld.gtoom and
bride, nfter a short stay in Atlantic city, will
have on nn extended southern trip They
will be nt home after September 1 at 3856
North rifth street.
The weildirg of Miss cl.rtrude Cihbon-,
daughter of Mr. J. J riihhons, of 1325
Louden s'reet, Logan, and 51r. Arthur A.
Gallagher, t-on of Mr. Frank Callagher. of
Holmeshurg. look place este relay in the
Church of the Holv Child. The ceremony
wa - perfonnefl hv the rector of the churen
5Hss Hihhons vi as attended hy 51ir.s Helen
McShane as maid of lienor, and the b st
man was 5Ir Joseph Hughe- 5lr. Galla
gher Is a private at Camp 5Ieade.
Hems uf news fnr tile seelelv prise will lie
ire'iileil un'l printed In the Kvrnlns I'uhlle
ledger, iirtiilded they are written mi one
Mtlt i.f II'.' inner "."I' ami re heneri with
lull mine nml teleidionc iinnilirr of tlio
enilrr. .... It must If .oiillil In verity ib
iiolf. Aildte-x Soeielv rdll.ir," Rteulnc
I'ublir Leiliter. .aC ( heitnut treet.
Broad and Poplar Streets
FRIDAY, MAY 24th, at 8 P. M.
SOUSA'S GREAT LAKES BAND
COMMUNITY SINGING MUSICAL
Brief address by Former Ambassador
Herrick and other eminent roen.
First view in Philadelphia of motion
pictures of actual battles taken by the
British and French Governments.
Tickets free at War Chest Headquar
ters in Liberty Building;, or at any news
paper office, bank, trust companies, libra
FRENCH WAR EXHIBIT
, mrll nd trophies loaned by th French
0 Government to the Treasury Department
u ef the United Stite.
DAILY, 10 A. M. to It P. M
lamlMlen 25e. Proceede to Wr Chert.
J017 MARKET STREET
CAblNU Burlesque Review
Walnut ab. " st With Mortoe k. Hum
, ivUTV 8th St. pelaw Vina, Both Phonat.
GAXriXX xKXO rnANCB and QCHEETA
Cnmmenrement of the ridlsdelnhU
me ocnooi. Acanemy or .music. -,t'S,i
I'lrt nnntinl rhnrlty dsnee or the C!ste.1
tion Country and Athletic Club, TwtntMQTJ
street and Jlontgomery avenue. v.- e, ,'
-Munirlpal Ilnnd roneert at AramlM(
Square, Aramlngo and Lehigh avenu,,-0
onrert mllltnry hand of Follth mi
.Metropolitan Opera House. , VWJi-v
AdrtrrM hy Lieutenant Fletcher; WW
i-resoyterlan Church. ' 'ogK
May mimle fetlvl l,v rhnlr C. IWtt,
phla County Sunday School Aasoclatli
Rantlst Temnle 1
rnmnirneement ffnnivlmnU Mna.M 'mJS'fl
School of Industrial Art. Academy cf MitaMN
Hiarterly meeting Went rhlladelphU !)Bmi9
tist Social fnion, Chester Avenue BaptlJj
i. nurcn. N3Ve4
.Meeting, Northern Liberty School AliiroBlj
at Aoitnern Liberty School Bulldlnj, atJJ.ig
!' m. T' JiX
TWO SOCIAL EVENTS
END ZELOSOPH YEAO
P. F. Alexander Installed New Preirlnt(af?
I niverfily Literary Society $?m
The annual elections of the ZeloaophW'
Literary Society at the University of PenB
- 7 --,.,-l
svhania and the installation of thA nanr.-ni
ofllccrs has taken place. The year's vr'oTwi
will he brought to a close this week-end?!!'
wuii two social functions
The new olilccrs nre
... v. ism
i resiaenv, jr ze
Alexander; vice president. Stanley B. 8UdT.J.
secretary. A. F. Ocrecke; treasurer, P. AMiX
ram; maicer of archives, F II, Bates.,, ,
The co-eds who took part In the Zelo plays '
this .vear will he entertained tomorrow? eveii"'1j'i
tng. informal dancing will ha precedeJ?by
"This Rnd fp." a two-act play written tLni
!roiluced hy Clifford Ooldcmlth, who tookthiii
till.- mles m "What Happened to Jones'' an&Si
'Tho 5 an nn tho Rnx " ,-?i
The dramatic coach. 5Irs. Sarah P. -.T.1
will entertain the Zelosonhlo 'nlavoms
and members of the Quill and Biublt ,BoJ
nety of coeds at her home Saturday 4t,f
ALL. THIS WEEK
MAE MAR SM
in innpT sitowivr? or rjoi.DWTN'S ' m
"THE FACE IN THE DARK"i.J
..v.A u L,l.r. 1.1.AKA K1.VIIBAL.U TUUnfl.
Ill ' TUB REASON WHY" A
PAT A PT? 1211 MARKET STREET ."',S
JTi'.JLi.UJl 10 A. M. to 1J.-15 P. wt'sj
OOLDWYN PESENSS J
In TtiL. SI'LENUIIJ SINNER" , nr.t
NEXT MEEK -MARY rUKFORD In "U'liSa'' I
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V f HI? T A aARKCT, ?Ii.A.BY5.!L
Z, , , " V" FOX PRODUCTJOWS
Thcda Bara in "Cleopatra", Cia
or Tim BATTLE op Ptrmm Ml
Next rk Olca Petrova In "The Llf Muriif v
TJ T7 r TP XI rn vintTt en. -i .'wMM.w""m"!-yK
.. FIRST PKESENTATIOM a
lUrvb. 'JiKNON CASTIiE
in "THE HIELCREST MYSTERY f WS
ITT t55N TIDTa MARKET STREET'' ViS
11 A. M. to 11 p.iK.a,a
"THE COUNT AND THE MAIDRj
TOM ItAY. the Singing Fireman.
pPflS KEYS MARKET ST. Below aDTH-Eg
LKUaa I-CjIO Dally Ttc NltMlTJ
Tvn?r?PV-r:n-T?rTTwn Mmieai ' "m
i.wwi comaay jj wa
BROADWAY . &$&
"A DREAM OF THE ORIENT!
ltKgy iiianti in rrg u tne rinm
GA R RTCK N OW
MATINEE TODAV AND EVERY 25c to S.ftj
EVGS AT ;in PAT MAT.. 25c TO H.SefiS"!
The Sweetest Love Story Ever Twiffij
A Romance of the Great War, - 351
Bt'Y 6EATS IN ADVANCE
BROAD Last 3 Evgs. fm
T5ir CTTXTCATTriMAT UTT V.'Ji
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A GRIPPING SluHT - &g
OF THE SECRF.T SERVICB ' rfS
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DIRECTION MESSRS. SHUBERT
THEATRE 20 DEUKEEH
COOLER THAN THE STREET
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Nights $1.50, ?1, 75c, 50c MB
THE MUSICAL COMEDY DE 1A3XM. "Jtd:
Pop. Mat. Today. Best Seat,
EVENINGS AND SAT. MAT.. S5o .-
uiam AiAAirst.li-1. zpc u-
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