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EVENING FUBtlO tL1SDaER-PHJiI)EIiPHIA;, TB1JBSDAT, JUNE 2, 1921
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ir0f GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE
,'v wmne Sees- Several Smart Froclcs She Chats
fAboUt'tne onenw- rr v-w.e ww, xv.w
0 a'uance nvxi tr cec
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1. , awfully smart clothe on
1 theTetr R Jt lot tho shops wcar
Wft wVlBr frock of black canton
b I H?n Sprrfltt floss. Iler lint
mbLfoldi.e turban topped witlr
gjft rthr lge turhuwftg 'diectlvcly
na - Think linnnmi i;
Smlnf..".?. 2'n- ;.),. She'fl en-
NMPnl:i. like her.rooUier. She fl en
lfl&re Cow to. Upton Sullivan,
'.t of the Sullivan men.
yf0B,m to bo qulto nn epidemic
" seems to do iRum fam w
' ?.M u$ does there not? Uuth,
tod(jrttally. t , t0 b() married
Virtoft's oa?.sl!5 ,UU month to Mr.
XtM !? "i.i. While I
While I am
Bhf9anVf' Sherman, as he is marr-
W?W. Bh kcB her. How-
'"' 'v'i. She's a sister of Mrs.
let w'Arinoti Jr., who was May
fiawanl HopktaBon, jr., n
BulUfn, you --, Edlth- I. to ho
)uner. tt it the wedding, by the
Jld ofih? nndSrstand tho Kcv. iames
'J HiU Ruth's brother. Is to per
Lftr"femony. The Sulllvans live
,7010 Walnut rtryrt.
intats,o!dTCnoT?i
fVom my ubect when I
?.ffiS. aboTirannah Wright an.
tot talking aoouw tn(,r vory good
'L'CT I saw this week Van
looking d, 1 cr Steel. It was
VI. V MM canton crepe made on
dukJI,r lines with equaro cuded
? VhR. dwS both rides of tho
P"u ftfmia wide drooping
" ,Hn'n. of da blue trimmed wltfi
"aVof French flowers across the
TTAVE you heard about tho subscript
H S VtW bferglvenmbouflt n he
CaSToot Club Friday plght,
felO? I understand it's to be called
LG& T TtoM Mr,. Arthur
?Mgni8rtoa"HfiBSkMs
fi&.Dil Henry Mclntyre and
Mm. 'William Ryan
mOMORROW night a great many afo
1 rolnr up to the Metropolitan to we
tto wrestling match. You know they
v.Snetn New York a couple of months
X wh"n Mta .Anno Morgan under-
".' ' . .r.cnnnal wrestlers
Car for her r'econVtVuctlon work in
Ke.&no University of
r. nn. offoir tomorrow
ITanc-. : . tn Vrnnre
raise lunat " "'.v. ,;-,; J nf
I.w"i"i. ehnni nf Architecture
"ho h tudenU from other ending
Ues will spend the aummcr in that
country aiding In the "construction
work The wrestling mutch will be
,ken undir the auspices of the Students'
Reconstruction Association of New
fork of which Miss Morgan is chair-
I hear that numbers of women will go
to watch the fray as well as men. H
gounds very interesting and, of course,
wrestling Is not quite line pnc iiKiinuft.
PEGGY Is just four years old, and the
other day kind Mr. F . who is n
friend of daddy's, invited I'cggy to go
tdth him to -the drug store for nn ce
erf am cone. Peggy acquiesced with
delight and they started forth. Hut Mr.
F mnde a drendful faux pas. for he
undertook to take Miss Peggy s hand.
She drew it carefully away from him
and remarked : "No. IV too big n girl
to hold hands." NANOY WYNNE.
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Mrs William Squire Beldlng, of Baly-
flon. Montgomery avenue, uryn waur,
will entertain nt luncheon, to bo fol
lowed by a card party, at her homo on
Monday afternoon next. In honor of Mrs.
Littleton W. Tniewell Waller, of 2500
South Twentieth street. Amonir the
guests will bo Mrs. John K. Kennedy,
Mrs Chnrles Krnncls nochman, Mrs,
Arthur Iturneston Owens, Mrs. William
P. Denetrrn. Mm. Ilohnrt ntnott Hare.
Mm. Oeorao neynolds, Mrs. T. Holllngs
worth Andrews, Mm. It. Hepburn, Mrs.
Charles Mctean and Mrs. Irvlntf Pren
tiss. Major Gcnernl and Mrs. Waller
aro the gucsU of Mr. and Mrs. JJeld
lnp for a week. Mr: and Mrs. Beldlng
will leave on Thursday next for n. visit
to Kockvjllo, Conn., wnero thoy will at
tend tho wedding of Miss Helen Max
well, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Taylor Maxwell, who will bo married to
Mr. Heldlnij's cousin. Mr. F. Norton
Holding, nt 4 o'clock on Saturday, June
11. at tho hnmn nf the bride'n narents,
Maxwell Court Mr. and Mrs. Beldlnpr
will spend a fow days at Lnrchwood
beroro returning to tneir nomo.
Miss nicanor Cummlngs entertained at
luncheon nt tho Phllnrteipnia country
Club yesterday In honor of Mls Jnnct
naroy, wnose marringe to ir. l-enimoro
Johnson will tako place on June 14, and
Miss Doris Miller, whose marriage to
Mr. wenaeil Clark will do soiomnizou on
Juno 16. The other guests at the lunch
eon wero Mlsi Marie Cummlngs. Mrs.
Frank C. Roberts. Jr., Mis Catherine
Comn. Miss Mildred Lewis, Miss Dorothy
Bacon, Mist Catherine Clark, Miss Bar
bara Shoemaker. Miss Constance West
eott. Mrs. Archibald Johnston, Miss Isa
bella Wnnamnker, Miss Louise Wnna
makcr. Miss Dorothy Painter, Mrs, Paul
Itebmhn. Miss Sarnh Craig, MIbb Cnro
lino Comn, Miss Katherlne Smith. Miss
Pauline Carr. Miss Adelaide Pylo and
Miss Louise uutterworth.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lamb, of
Wynnewcod. will entertnln at a small
dinner at their home tomorrow evening
In honor of Mrs. Lamb's sister, Miss
Dorothy Cochran, daughter, of Mrs.
Henry Cochran, of Sycamore road.
Merlon, who will bo mnrrled to Mr. Per
cival Van Roden Harris, of 2126 Locust
stfeet, on Saturday afternoon, at 4
o'clock. In All Saints' Episcopal Church,
Wynnowood, which will bo followed by
a small rccernion at the home or Air.
and Mrs. Lamb. Tho guests will in
ciuue tho uriu.-u party.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis R. Strawbrldgo
and their ramlly, or woodsltlo, German
town, will sail for France on July 14.
They will spend tho summer traveling In
Franco.
Miss Hnrrlet Blddlo, daughter of Mr.
J. Wllmer Blddlo. of the Rttz-Carlton,
will leave tomorrow for a visit to
Roland Park, Md., where sho will bo en
tertained as the guest of Miss Anne
Huntley uordon ana miss rcnzaDetn
Gordon, daughters of Mrs. Douglas H.
Gordon, of tho Orchards, over tho week
end. They will attend the Navy prize
light tomorrow evening. Tho Misses Gor
don, who hnvo been spending a few
davn with Miss Blddlo. rcturncil to their
homo on Tuesday, Mr. Blddle nnd hlB
daughters. Miss Marianne W. Blddle and
Miss Hnrrlet Blddlo. will not occupy
tholr place, Blndcrton House, Chestnut
Jim, until next autumn.
Mrs. Anna G. Mnnley, of Bala, on
nounces the engagement of her daugh
ter, Miss Anna Claro Munlcy, to Mr.
Chnrles Carroll Baxter, of this city and
formerly of Brooklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodruff Jones,
of Wlssahlckon avenue, Gcrmnntown,
will give a picnic supper on Friday eve
ning In honor of their daughter, Miss
Josephine E. Jones.
Judge nnd Mrs. Robert Grnnt, of Uos
on. will arrive, todav to snend a week
as tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Patrick
'rant. 2d, at their home 113 West
Chestnut avenue, Chestnut Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Gr.swold Flagg, 3d,
of Green Gables, Vlllanova, are enter
taining as their guest .Mrs Fingg's sis
ter, Mrs. Chnrles Do Rham, Jr., of Now
York.
Mr, and Mrs Joseph Harrison and
their daughters, Miss Sarnh Mwido Har
rison and Mlsi Margarctta Large Har
rison, Miss Mary L. Harrison and Miss
Maude S. Hnrrlson, and their son, Mr
Joseph Harrison, Jr.. who spent tho win-
o gS "A
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North Broad street, are receiving con
gratulations von tho birth of ft daughter
on Saturday, May 28.
Tho wedding of Mlsa Vera F. Eldrldgo,
daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Randall F.
F.ldridge. of 4221 Baltimore avenue, ana
Mr. George Stewart Brodersen will taKe
placo on Saturday In the calvary Meth
odist Church, Forty-eighth street ana
Baltimore avonuo, lonowca uy a. vr
tlon at the homo of tho' bride's parents.
Miss Eldridge will ontortaln tho bridal
party tomorrow evening at dinner beroro
the wedding rehoarsaU
Tho Wolcome Society, composed of
descendants of thoso who camo to I enn
rsylvanla with William Pnn on the ship
,..'i i n.inh Kit mill KlVO a
garden party at Stenton Mansion toaay
from 4 to 8 o'clock. Mr. Charles P. Jon
kins will deliver a, short address on
Colonial times.
QERMANTOWN
Miss Emma Battereby. of 6609 Lin
coln drive, will glvo a dlnner-danco on
Monday ovenlng next at tho Stenton
Golf Club, In honor of Miss Clara Qraco
Fulmer, who will bo married ,"f:
Walter wnetsione, on ,iune o. '" v;ri
bridal party, who will Includo Mis
Dorothy Young, Mrs Charles L. FU
mer. Ml.s Charlotte fkcrton, Mr. Wal
?r Whetstone, , Mr. Ibort W. Whe ;
stone, lit. iwiiuiivo . fu.ii.o., --.',.
llam Weston and Mr. Thomas Blalsdell,
or ew iont
NORTH PHILADELPHIA
Mr and Mrs. William I D 'Ollor, or
1533 Glrard avenue, announce the en
gagement of their daughter, miss
Louralnla R. Vnndegrlft. to Mr. Quln
ton C Vrooman, son of Mrs. Samuel tf.
Vroomnn, of 4S39 wainm sucei..
WEST PHILADELPHIA
Mr. and Mrs. George Dukes, of 1424
South Fifty-fourth street, announce the
engagement of their daughter. Miss
Ruth T. Dultts, to Mr. Frank Wright
Harris, Jr., of 2103 South Frailer terrace
The Mutual Trust Club gave a min
strel and dnnco last ovenlng at Lu Lu
Temple. Broad and Spring GaJdn
... ,- ,- t, iAtia ai wits lnter-
nircnio. ..ii. . u. iv;,; ;,,- ,vli
locutor. The soloists Included Mr. Wil
liam Beckman. Mr. Lawrence Kelly. Mr.
Anthony Chlurco, Mr. James Blokeley
and Mr. John Matora.
PRETTY WEDDING
IN OAK LANE
Miss Elma Wlndlsch Bride of
Mr. Charles Taylor Hal-kott-Baoon
Nuptials
nlng In St Jartes Eolscopat Church.1
Twenty-second -and. Walnut streets,
when Miss Virginia. Leo Bacon, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Coato
Pottsf Jr., of 4816 Hazel avenue, will
become the brld. of Mr. Jnme. Bnen,
cer miiten. "" " " r;v iiii.ftn
llam O. Halkett. of the Gladstone
Apartments.
Freeman
Photo by Photo-Crflrs.
MISS KATIIRYN HAINES
Daughter of Mr., and Mrs. A. Henry Halnos, of 4020 Greene street,
Gennantown, whoso cnBagcmcnt to Mr. II. V. Pfofffer was. un-
nouncod recently
A weddinir nt tntn-Mt rvlll bn solem
nized In the Fleishman Memorial
Church, Ninth and Luzerne streets,
Oak Lnno, at 7 o'clock this evening,
when Miss Klma r Wlnrtlnrh. daUEh-
ie.r.r.?Ir- and Mm. Reuben Wlndlsch,
gey north Broad street, Oak Lane,
will become tho brldo of Mr. Charles
Mouse Taylor, 8d, of Mount Airy.
The Rev, Harvey W. Cholfar, of
Brooklyn. N. Y will perform the cere
mony, assisted by tho Rev. E. P. ICruse,
Of this Cltv. Tho hrMn n-Vir. mill Via
Bvn In marrlago by her father, will be
hi ii. uu m ivory white satin, aaornra
with pearls. Her veil of tulle, which
will extend to tho end of a long court
train, will ba surmounted bT a. doronet
effect of real lace and a cluster of
o ran go blossoms. She will carry a
snowcr bouquet of lilies of tho valley
and White nrehMn.
Mrs. Franlt XhtnnM OtmM ulntftr of
tho bride, will Attend mntrnn of
honor, Sho will wear a frock of gray
canton crope, trimmed with steel beads,
and a hat of gray horse hair straw,
with silver trimming, and will carry a
bouquet of spring flowers.
Miss Marjorie Clare Whltelaw. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. David Whltelaw,
will attend as flower elrl.
Mr. Albert Tavlor. of New York.
brother of tho bridegroom, will net as
best man. Tho ushers will Include Mr.
Marcellus Hcppe. Mr. Frank S. Olmcs,
Mr Ellsworth H. Hults, Mr. Samuel
Hnwley, Mr. Sherwood Hall and Mr.
Clifford Hawley.
A receDtlon will follow tho ceremony
nt Connlvnl Cottage, the home of tho
bride's parents. On their return from
a wedding trip tho brldo nnd bridegroom
will spend the summer with the bride's
parents.
jarunuuin. ,
The bride, who will bo given In mar.
--. ... .t.jiM - innn iirnouiui
BaSon, will bo, nttfred In a gown of
white bridal satin, embroidered In sliver,
with a long court train extending from
S."r veil of Will Tond laco" wjllWlJj
with a cluster of orange blossoms and
she will carry, a shower bouquet or
iiiijmi nf h vnllev and white orchlaB.
Mrs. Merrltt Trimble Rhodes, sister of
A,.. t.-. ...in nti.nil as matron oi
honor. . ... !
Tho two small nieces or tin ; ""ac
irroom. Miss Mnrgaret Halkett and
M?m Adelaide Halkett. will attend as
flower girls.
Mr Walter A. Halkett will attend
"Lr , .'"- m,. .,.h.m will Includo
Mr. W. Freomon Kershaw, Mr. Merrltt
Trimble Rhodes, brother-in-law of tne
bride: Mr. Edward Lincoln orr, jr.,
on,! Mr. .1. Allan Carey.
A smalt reception w 1 follow at the
Belgrnvla for the .families of the brldo
and bridegroom and tho bridal party.
Mr. and Mrs. Halkett will Hvo at the
Gladstone.
STRAWBERRY MAN
fr an XTru Charles M..LS.V
Mr tnl.. f T.nvln. nf the Plata
...... -m ...imI it.va Iti T4S.W
attending the graduatlon.tfxoroie
Ml Josephine M. Iavln, from tnotJP
jamin ucnooi lor uiroi. ; , ; w ; t
Mr. Karl M. Dllihelmer, of JOll'Mgj"
mond street, will sail Juno 9 o-IW,
Mauretnnla to spend tho summer w. . .
H.nrnnrnn irn-vm. r - ..
Mr. Leo Landau, of London, bi M' , Jf
rlvcd for a stay of one month. Dunn! V5,
his visit hero ho will live at the.none, f-v
of his mother, at 2414 North Tniriieisc j...
Inul -'J'l
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WOnLD8 MOST DBAUTirUI. TaBATII",
v .-I
ter at 13 South Twenty-first street, left
yesterday for Cape May, N. J., where
thoy will spend tho summer at their cot
tage. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morton Wilson,
of Ardmoro, have taken a cottago at
Stono Harbor for the summer, which
they will occupy on Juno 16.
Mrs. Edward H. Lycett. of St. Louis,
who spent last woek as the guest of her
win and dauirhter-ln-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Edward T. Lycett, Jr.. nt their homo m
Ardmore, is at prcsoni visiting ner boii-In-lnw
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C.
rminnn wininr. nt 791R Seminole ave
nue, Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Lycett will
anil nn Saturday for Eurone. Sho will
spend tho summer In England, whero
she will visit her sons-in-law and daugh
ters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Webb and
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Handbury, at
Surrey.
Miss Alice Foster, of Surrey. England,
who has been spending Bomo time In this
country, and who was tho guest for a
fortnight of her cousin, Mrs. Edward
Hacker, at 5345 Baynton street, Gcr
mantown, Is now visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Albert L Bailey, at Mapleshado, Haver
ford. Miss Foster will sail for England
on June 14.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Hooper ami
ihnlr dauirhter. Miss Josephine 1.
unnncr nnd their son. Mr. Robert l
Hooper, Jr., of Wolverton, Chestnut
Hill, will leavo the latter part of next
month for Northenst Harbor. Me., where
they will spend tne summer.
Mls.i Bess Margaret Sobernhelmcr,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank A.
Sobernhelmer, of Roxljorough, who will
be married at 6 o'clock on Saturday
eenlng to Mr Frank Thomas Mullln
nt the home of her parents, 323 Green
lano, will entertain at an informal sup
per at liar home this evening aftor the
wedding rehearsal. The guosts will In
clude the bridal party and out-of-town
guests. '
Mr citwI Mrn Wlltlmn .T. Klllott. Of 317
South Seventeenth street, and their
rimicrhtRt-H. Mlnt Mnrv Elizabeth Elliott
whose engagement has been announced
to Mr, Arthur E. Pew, and Miss Han
nnh m. rcilintt. who la a student at
Westover. and will be a dobutanto of
next season, will leavo on Saturday,
.Tnni SK. for Nnrlh.nat Harbor. Mo..
where they will occupy their place. Inch.
Capo, until tho autumn.
Mrs. Ephralm Brlcc. of 1320 Locust
street, and Mr. and Mrs. Ogden D. Wil
kinson nnd their daughter. Miss Sara
D. Wilkinson, of 2010 Walnut street,
hnvn- nrrlvcd in Paris, whero thoy will
spend some time before leaving for Atx-lcs-Balns.
France. They oxpoct to remain
abroad until tne lato summer.
Miss Emily R. Claftln, of 1917 Pine
street, sister of Mr. C. u. cininn anu
rinuehter of tho lato Mr. Waldo Milton
Clatiln, was married at San Diego,
Calif., on Tuesday, May 31, to Mr. Wil
liam J. Gocldner. They are at present
In Lajoyn, New Mexico.
Dr. and Mrs. John E. Loftus, of 2233
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
Mrs. Allco Mohr, of 2521 South Fif
teenth street, announces tho marriage
of her daughter, Miss Helen Jacqueline
Mohr. to Mr. William ueiYv "i"" :
of Crescent. Okla. The wedding tooU
I place on May 2J.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McFadden, of
12519 South Fifteenth street, haye re
turned after having spent several aajs
at Niagara Falls.
HALKETT BACON
An interesting wedding will be solem'
nlzcd at half after 7 o'clock this eve-
MiTfrrrrcT.L THOMPSON
A .......II.... m. lnfrat will bO that
of Miss Mary Harris Thompson, niece
of Mr. Thomas M. Thompson, of 4600
Spruce street, and Mr. Howard o.
Mitchell, of Langhorne, Pa., which will
be solemnised at 6 o'clock this eY"'n,?
In the Grace Episcopal Church, l-orty-
i-. -... Mn ni.nr avnmie. The Kev.
nichard Harris.- rector of tho church,
wilt perform the ceremony.
The bride, who will be given in mar
riage by her brother. Mr. Lewis A
irh.mn.nn will h attended by nor
cousin, Mrs. Kirk Moore, as matron of
honor. Miss jeuneno jiwiiwm "Aii
mlngton. and Miss Gwendolyn Frank
lin will attend Miss Thompson as
t..i-.ni mp Mitchell will be at
tended by Mr. John 8. Williams as best
man. Tho ushers will Includo Mr.
Thomas A. Robinson, Mr. Lawrence V.
Houston, Mr. WUiara niwing; unu mi.
T.tiH T) TTai1
A reception will follow at tho home
of the brides uncio.
MARKET AT 19TH
11 A. M. TO 1MB P. M.
THE KID OF "THE KID"
JACKIE COOGAN I
in nnaT showino of
"PECK'S BAD BOY"
SSS-Um Harold Lfoydon'ny
VOCAL FKATUnK AInXNO. Uarlton J
Ntvf Wff1r Mc"t Maslve BpccUcle VT
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FRANKFORD
A farewell party was given In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. umery g" ' '"'
and Mrs. M. Still. 4341 Frankford .ave
nue, who are leaving for California,
whero they will make their future home.
Among thovs present were Miss Mar
garet Wiser, flF3 Nelllo Moloney, Miss
2- . r .. tll. rlrnnS If AOMB.
Doromy surooui, mi H:' , s .
i.. :nn rimiM Misi Sarah Brad-
ley. Miss Anna Fansburg, Mlsa Chris
tine Ludman. MIsb Lottie Bradley, Miss
Ethel Still. Miss Lillian Thompson.
Mr. William Wnrdlow, Mr. Howard
Wardlow. Mr. Philip Gross. Mr. Nel
son Still, Mr. Albert Ludman. Mr.
John Hlgham. Mr. Edmond Bradley.
Mr. Albert Pugh. Mr. Frank Hlnch
cllffo, Mr. George Gross and Mr. Wil
liam Dearden.
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CT A MTHM MARKET AB. 18TH
O 1 -1N 1 V-IN ii a. M. to UH5 P. M.
ELSIE FERGUSON
In Flrat CTiowlnir of
"Sacred and Profane Love"
ADDED ATTnACnON. NEWEBT
Hallroom Boya Comedy vi
"CIRCUS HEROrLSM,r
Faaturlnif SID SXriTH '
Anlmala, Acrolialn. LllllDutlana. BMa Shown
Naxt Weelt LIONEL. BAHnYMOrtB "
In "THE DEVIL'B OAJlpgW""
PAT AP 1214 MAIUCBT BTnEET'
A J-l-tf-Cj io A. M. to 11 :1B P. U.
Roscoe (Fatty) Arbuckle
In "THE TRAVEUKO BAI.E8MAN" "
Next Weak TKOMA8 MEIOHAN In J
"THE CITY OF SILENT MEN"(5
A . JJq CHESTNUT ST. BEL. lOTItH
rtl CdUld io a. m. to 11:15 V. M,
ETHEL CLAYTON -s,,1
Next Week "THE BROKEN DOLL" .
irTHD T A MARKET ST. Ab. Mb''
V lV- I UI1A II A. M. to UMS P. XLia
harold "NOT GUIl TY J
MacORATH'3 nW ,jU1L1 X '
Next Week "THE WAKEFIELD CASlT'i lit
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CAPITOL "4 "SaSPf"
DCPCMT MARKET 8T. Bel. lTTH
rX.ll.VJll'lN 1 "Heart of Maryland"
MARKET STREET
AT JUNIPITIV'
VAUDEVILLE. 11 TO 11
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835 Chestnut St.
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Big, fresh nuggets of
nourishment
Gold Seal
Eggs
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1 of twelve aJJ I
1 At all our Stores
ANNE L. DEVLIN
ONE THIRTY-NINE SO. THIRTEENTH ST.
FROCKS
of
DISTINCTION
Summer models expressed in all the latest
approved materials of the season. Importa
tions, exquisite reproductions and delightful
originations.
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ARE NOW HOLDING
SEMI-ANNUAL
CLEARANCE SALE
EMBRACING THEIR ENTIRE
REMAINING SELECTIONS OF
SPRING APPAREL
GOWNSh-DRESSES COATS SUITS
BLOUSES HATS FURS
7, v HIGHLY DESIRABLE
SPORT CLOTHES
WILL BE INCLUDED
REDUCTIONS OF
ONE-THIRD to ONE-HALF
NO CREDITS, EXCHANGES OR APPROVALS
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FOR FRIDAY
Sports Skirts
10.50 o 39.50
White Flannel
Checked or Striped Flannel
Silk Canton Crepe
Prunella Flannel
Tally ho
Rashanaro Crepe
Scotch Shawl Shirts
with Fringed Bottom
100 Cotton Gabardine
Skirts Special, 4.50
ALL-STAR SHOW
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
TONIGHT AT 8:15
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
Stars who positively will appear and wha(
bave donated rtelr aervicea lncluda:
CHAUNCET OLCOTT ,rf
WALTER C. KELLT. "Tha Virelnts. Jud",0
VAN and SCHENCK, "ZleR-feld Folllaa" I
REN nERNIE Noted Vlollnllt 4.
1IOBCONI FAMILY, Famoua Dancers n
MARIE NARELLE. Prima Donna V
VERA ROEHM, 1021 lleauty Qlrl, Century
IIOOX
OUACE NELPON
MADELEINE McOUIOAN. Vlollnlat
KENNETH HUOHE3. "Th. Boy Wondar"
KATHLEEN NARELLE. Concert Planlat
FRANK McGLTNN. Stur of "Abrabam
Lincoln"
MORRIS DIAMOND Dancer
AND OTHCKS
AUSPICES AMERICAN COMMITTEE FO5
lion. Theodora F Jenkins. Chairman
Jamea A. Flaherty. Chrmn Exeo. Comrn. X
All proceeds to relieve suffering; In Ireland
without remrd to politics or ralbjlon.
PRESIDENT HARDING wired:
"I wish you the fullest measure of suc
cess, not only In the great benefit perform
ance .... but In every worthy effort to
'make a necomlnc contribution on the partr
ot our people to relieve distress amonr thai
women and children In Ireland." A
Box Seata, 15 upward. Reserved seati, 13,
12.50, $2.00. Admission, II. c
Exempt From Tax. jSs,
Ttcketa at Academy. 1110 Cheatnut and Con
way's. S23tt S. Rroad at., at box offle
prices! "
PIULADELnilA'S FOREMOST THEATRES
r A rT" T-,Ir NIGHTS AT 8:15 "
LjA.rA.lwrV Mits Wed and Sat.i
ONLY SHOWIN TOWNI
Geo. M. Cohan's Comedian s
In the Captlvatlns Musical Comedy f
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rur it
GRAND OLD NAME t
POPULAR MAT. SAT. 50c to $2
Seata for Next Week on Sale Today
CDRRFST Mat. Dally, 2!30, 35o TaJ
TrvrVL-Ji 70. 85c to II. InaS
THE SWEETEST bTORV EVER TOLD p
THE FINEST ACTINO ON THE BCREEM X
riLLED WITH HL'RPRISES AND
lyOMJ, U.MiUU.M. 1.AUUU3
THE PARISH
PRIEST
llr
Wbat the Critics fiay
y AmrHcoi For wholesome, "rurrossUia;
entertainment It cannot be equaled.
Inquirer m, tire, romance dellclouily ,a
hlonded nnd Irresistible exjraody. ,
Hnt(n FlUed with the mbh sort of
homely patho and pentle air that made the
play popular. .e
Kvo Irdgrr Rl-h In humor and aentt
ment that can be enJoyel by persons of anr v"
denomination.
WILLOW GROVE PARK
Last Three Daya of
Nahan Franko and His Orchestra
Retiy Lane Shepherd Soprano
Concerts at 2 30. 4 10. 7 45 and 11 45 dally, f
HleCII' i.it. '-i " . v.-niiiu iyiljr
Bhady Picnic Urovea Hluh-Class Amusementa
I'lCUtUli VM "" M a.is-tB.1 urnm
Now Tlnnklngr
Sldrt
Department
Third
Floor
BONWIT TELLER &, CO.
3ie Specially &Acp cfOrtainationa
CHESTNUT AT 13t STREET
EITH'S THEATRE
SCREEN IDOLS IN PERSON
FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN
and BEVERLY BAYNE
Pressntlnz "POOR RICH MAN" "V
Percy- Bronson & Baldwin tvinnte
Vlnle Daly Russ Rrown and Connie tt,
O'Donnell and a Ille Feature Show! W
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UUIVIUIN l O Ma w,n,Ved.Bat.,2U3
EMMEl I WLLCH Minstrelo
Comln Satire "Huntlna Hurdoll'a Oold" VT
TROCADERO t'ootllicht Malda and .
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firvest
BUTTER
H.R.AIKEN
il& N.Delaware Av.,Pmiou
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