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fc98fiK. -y-fPllfFflpJJ fc'A-.."wSjWB WJ'? ",AW r 'in- 'v . . . - iT-ji.'" '.'iS 'i ST GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE r' - fiancy Wynne Tells of a Series of TalJcs and Dances for Yeung People The Jacob Disstens te Give a Dance for Visiting Heckey Team EVENING PUBLIC LEDaER-PHIADELPHlA', THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1921 U I WAS Interested te hear yestcrdris that Mildred Carpenter web' mnr riJ ever In 1'arin Just n few days age M William Elllcett, of Haltlmore; Mildred enme out last year ypu re mhcr and early Inst riiirlnfr site and Rf mother. Mrs. Samuel tqnleif Car Snter! and Edith went ever te the Mher side te Htny for n yenr at leant, riianer Carpenter, Kdltli'H twin, stajed hire and had n position at the Glrard Trust for quite a while, hut nheut a innntb or mero nge she nlse sailed for l"iiret)c te Jein her mother and Bisters'. Mildred is the youngest of the family . ind n very attractlve girl. She and Rill have Known each ether for eme time hut their engagement had net iVptn'anneunccd here nnd it wAM quite a mirnrlse te some of uh., I Understand tiipv are sailing for Haltimerc, where Jev will make their home. The I'lllcetti are related te the Ouylcrs and I'attcrsens of this city. HAVIJ you hcad nbeut the series of dunces which a number of promi nent women in tewil arc Planning for member of the younger set? They are te be different from the ordinary, in Jl,t they will he n combination affair of political instruction, dancing und Thet argue that the young girl and nan tee, before he reaches his major- Sv elves no time te the study of civics ,l'.b ... .... ..-r..l.mntnrv tnlk of some 1 l1"" .""..'" V" ' WIMJ 1,v n ::iv minutes or se, followed ey n dance and general fun, "will bq n geed thine And it seems se te me. After all, if they don't knew somo semo some thlne About It, what's the .use of having '?'"....' v iinv lmve it they ought te leek upon It ns a conscientious duty te Wern and the mero they can learn b it 1 ir"les nnd policies the better. Then t'' wiu b0 abl t0 vefc V1 t rentb and from their own idea of ft, ,rs and net because father or brother or hVhand or llnnc.e said te de it. Mrs. Ceorge Helt Stravbrldge told m, nbnit the proposed series, nil the KernUs fSr which have net yet leen completed, but as seen as they nrc I will let you hear some mere. I SAW .Te llccvcs en the street the ether day looking very smart in n dark brown duvctyne sun matte ' new rnt her long kuu: " "". -.-"-,hc neck with a dark fur piece. Her "at v,h of black satin, trimmed with felils of itself nnd topped with u b ack nee veil, which fell ever the front te the bridge of the nose nnd ever the side n a sort of cascade. She beked uw $ll" well. 1 thought. Je'H yc'WljB te one of the Walten boys will take place been. T IIHAIt that the Edgar "Wright 1 Iialrds, who left yesterday for the rtnird-Carriugten wedding, which takes Mace this evening in Unltimere. will go in te Washington nfter the wedding for the Armistice Day ceremonies. Quite a number of Phlladclphians will go dewa for that occasion. I think I told you the ether day that many of the Women's Overseas Legien from here tiill take part In the ceremonies. TIIC 8::i0-te-12 idea is prevailing at manv of the smaller dances, and I think the hostesses, girls and men who lave recommended it tlcerve all praise In having done se. I hear the Jacob Disstens have .specified "8:30 till 12 en their Invitations for u dance next Menilny night in honor of the visiting Knclish girls' hockey team. They hnd n lint. came, bv the way. nut at Merlen eh Monday of this week.theugh our team was beaten. .u1id en Saturday there Is te boa second' run-in at the Philadelphia Count n Club. It is a picturesque game te watch, though it leeks se strenuous I should think the players would simply til ache te pieces after it's ever. Thc are te play lit the Philadelphia Cricket Club at St. Martins en Monday afternoon before the party the Disstens will ghe that night. Mrs. Hind l'raley. who was Klfie Dlssten, is one of the best "ntl-l'lilladelphin" players you knew, and all the Dlssten girls are muchly In terested in sports. TlrOIti: nml mere engagements each i'-1- din. Did jeu hear that Frances nVs i engaged tee? AMien I say tee, 1 mean that lur elder sister Eliabelh if engaged, as. of course, jeu knew, te Dennlusuii lloepes. Frances' llnnee is William E. M. I'oelc, u son of Mrs. Geerj;e IV .7. Teele, of lll'S Spruce Hreet Frances came out. last year, you remember, and Is very well liked. I lave net heard when they are te be inarried hut suppose it will net be long. Yeu ii'inember Kllznbi'tli Ites.s went by aerejil.uie across the Channel last sum mer te l'arisr where Donadsen la en gaged in business. rpiin fall cleaning was ever and the - screens taken down when Pelly was Tut te beil the ether night and seemed restless nnd lit fill. Mether came Inte the room te see if she could seethe her. 'Mamma." said Pelly, "did you sav thj nngeN were watching ever meV" ves, dourest." replied mother, "new go te Men,,. "Well." continued Pell. I wi-h one of 'em would keep these ale', uwny se's I could get te sleep." XANCV WYNNE. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES 'A w. Minif f Interest will t,ilce place JUIeth tun uftilliuen lit 3 nVlnr-k. when ! iy Hurrews Fex, daughter of '.cerce Vex of 800B Crefelrt lUt Mrs "irtet liestnut Hill, will become tliu 'Tide ,,f Iji- iicorKe Merris nominee, for. of m -s Jehn nerrnnce, of UO'JJ Wal nut sttv, i The ceiemeny will bb per per Jernie.l i,. the fiev. ('. J UaKer, e n. ." ll' rectory of the Church of "ur jn,er of Consolation, Chestnut a!1 " "' will he no atlemlant.s. jmenu- these who will attti-il tlm wed "IS !l be Mrs, Oeorpe Fex, Mrs. Wll '';im li.d, .r. aml jirf(. Oeorge I'uiry, r ,ii i iM Arthur H llreckie, Mr ntl Mr, Tliemas fewnlm,'. Mr. and irs ; " I'h M Fex, Mr. (ieorge Fex, f8 Ju, Dorrance, Mr. and, Mts. Jehn ' I'l.ii.uice. Mr. end Mrs. Aithur ( Vi.rrilV' JIrH Uorrnnce Heed. .Mr. and pt i..i.t II HluUe, Dr. I). ,T. Mo Me iitrtln .r , w. Hrunslluld and Miss '.Uani , ...... I.inev. 'J Mr- eiirKe (Irnnt Snnwdcu, of Uese- IJb.V K t!Ul u "Intier-dunce en Filday -m.uk necGimter ie, at the ltltz-carl-tnmJ",1' ",,r )f Miss Clntra Kills, debu- siriHiu.,'V"'i:ui80f Mr' und M,'s' "'llllnm MrV V-'i !' ,l ,0 '"'' KivMi by Dr, and sn,, 1,,1,.,i" KlllC.'i tirahum, of ITU ONeini! sweet, en Monday afternoon I I 1 ,. .!...! I.' 3 . 1 itt.i ' " 'fc men lieilli) iruill t ilaiViJi.. .. oelel. te piesent their tl i , XIlSi Ortrude A. II. (irahani. reu, ""'.",IS "he will assist In te tln V" ",' ,' "'dude Miss Kllznbeth Aus Hcn,i, l'' z'''eth 1 Hattles, Mlwh Alice Jlls i.V "". "enrutie ). Dougherty l.lhett Mis Denuliiff, Miss Hannah Hannlng (irauge, Miss W M-u!-(.r Ms virirlnln HekMnhr !... T ---.........- ....... ...., "in:i M v...i,u U. Hewu. Mlsa Ararsnret Mury II. Miller, Mis Minn Katlier inn D. Alberta I Itunth. Miss Miss Jenn II, Mi . ' u'.er, f'ha ltuSt,n,lry a- 1'UI '', MlSi feei Mihh ,V',?"'UTO. i.-,. Karal! i s n"re"'y Hodt'ers. Miss Nlif, 1,c"';a" "'""' Wis" Mary I,. OK?L'. ai"' Miss Kllznbeth Wayne. Vxis J. wl11 Haliit w"l be Miss nisht nV".e,;v1ulllv"n. M'S8 Kntliurlne , "SM mm jUbh KUse ,,u j,ent rfjlr. ami Mrs. Hebert Sewclf. of Ard. thM,V.f ual' .nv Issued Invitations for iwn 4 ii 'CrltenrnnPa.rty "i"'1 PIer'at t wwn en Tuesday evening, N. evcmbel- 20, In honor of MIsb Kathnrlne Dls9ten Perter, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. 1'ertcr, of Chestnut Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Chnse. of weed Bex, lladner, have Issued Invlta Invlta t'ens for a dinner en Monday evening, pacember 26, In honor of thelr daugh ters, Miss Bornardene and Miss Katharine- II. .Chase, befere the Junier Cin derella dnnce at the Merlen Cricket Club. Mr. and Mm .TneAni, a T.fAin Wharten, Jr.t of Meadowbrook, will en- "'"" " uinner en aaiurcmy evening, in honor of JJIss Ilosamend Tetter, uaughter of Mr. Ames Petter, of Provi Previ ,nE?' J- who Is visiting- fcrr a fort fert PlRh,tMr' n,1(1 Mrs. Jeseph H. Lover Lever Ing Wharten at thelr home ort Old Yerk read. The enbagement of Miss Petter and Mr. Charles W. Whartdn wna ro re ccntly nnneunced. The gucstn at the winner win inciuue Mr. anil Mrs. Karl Dedgo, .Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Blddle, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Keens Caner, Jr.. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles 'Leuis Berle, 3d, M ss Klsle Du Puy a. Hirst, Miss Dor Der Dor othy Daniel, Mr. Frederick Shoemaker and Mr. Bertram Llpplncett. Mrs. Wharten will glVe a tea In honor of Misa Tetter during her Btay. The, pucstB who will attend the din ner te be given by Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Tnorne Patterson, of 2200 St. Jnmca Place, en Frldny evening, November 18, in honor of Miss Rosemary D. Howe, debutante dattghter of Mr. Arthur Whit ney Howe, of 2032 De Lancey street, will Include Miss Anna 8. Newbold. Miss Margaret L.' Large, Mhtu Qertrude A. H. Urahain. Mr eiautnn feiri..rt, t Mr. Williamson Howe, Mr. Jnmcs dies dies ten nnd Mr. Cornelius Wilsen, 2d. The guests will later attend the ball te be given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart urts and Mr. and Mrs. James Starr, Jr., for Mr. nnd Mrs .Starr's debutante daughter. Miss Snrnh Legan Starr, at the Bellevue-Stratferd. . Miss Grace Coeke Clarksen, daughter of Mrs. Samuel Clarksen, 230 Seuth Thirteenth street, has Issued Invitations ;?A" 'i. th,catre party nnd supper nt the IUtz-Carlten en Wedncsdny evening, No vember 30, In honor of her nloce. Miss Lllzabeth Swords, daughter of Mr. nnd Mra. Henry C. Swords, of New Yerk, who Is spending n fortnight as the gucBt of her grandmother nnd nunt. Miss Swords Is one of New Yerk's debutantes. Mr1, nnd Mrs. Heed A. Morgan nnd their family, who recently returned from a several months' trip abroad, novo taken for a year the house of Mr. and Mrfl. William Jenes HulneH, nt 121 est Chestnut nvenue, Chestnut Hill, air. nnd Mrs. Haines nre occupying for the winter Itcldicuurg, their place at Cheltenham, Pa. Miss Saraellcn Itlchardsen. daughter of Mr. and Mra. Telbort N. Richardson, will leave tomorrow for New Haven, wljere she will attend the Yulc-Prlncc-ten game en Saturday. Miss Rlchnrd Rlchnrd sen will eiienil the week-end as the guest of her brother, Mr. T. P. de Quartel Richardson, who is a student nt Yale. The Indies who will pour tea en Fri day nt the dancing tea which Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Daniel Doneghue, of 6733 Emlen street, Oermantewn, will give at the Acorn Club, te present te society their daughter. Miss Marian Chlr Doneghuo, will include Mrs. Stephenson Frederick Barrett, Mrs. Jehn Pooley Lelge, Mrs. Henry Lawsen and Mrs. Frank Hedgers Denehue. Mr. and Mrs, Doneghuo will entertain nt a dinner nt the Art Club In honor of Miss Doneghuo befere the ball Mr. nnd Mra. Henry F. Mlchell will glve nt the Itltz-Carlten In honor of their debutante daughter. Miss Helen V. Mlchell. Miss Mary Rldgely Preston, Miss Emily Feultncy, daughter of "Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Poultney. nnd Miss Mary Marshall Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ocorge Morten Scott, nil of Baltimore, will arrive tomorrow te assist Miss Doneghuo In receiving at her tea. They will spend the week-end as Miss Doneghue's guests. Miss Pres ton will be presented te society nt n ball which her father, Mr. Alexander Frew ten. of S29 1'nlvcrslty Parkway. wlIUJ give en Thanksgiving evening at the Baltimore Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer K. Mulford, Jr.. of Meadowbrook, left yesterday te spend the week-end in Bosten. Brigadier General nnd Mrs. Littleton W. Tazewell Waller will entertain at a small dinner nt their home, 2500 Seuth Twentieth street, -en Wednesday eve ning, November 23, In honor of Miss Virginia de Morat Smith, debutante daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Denr Denr bern Smith, of Spring Valley, Wynne Wynne weed. The guests will Include Miss Anna S Newbold, Miss Sarah Legan Starr. Mr. Merris H. Dl'xern, Mr. Kills Kills ten Merris, Jr., and Mr. Dudley Drew Bear. The guests will later attend the dnnce te be given by Mr. nnd Mrs. Rebert Russell Benedict, of the Corners, Deven, at the Rltz-'Carlten, In honor of their debutunte daughter, Miss Alice Benedict. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Cenncll, of Walnut lane, Oermantewn, hnvn Issued Invitations fur a dinner at their home or. Saturday evening, November 26, In honor of Miss Charlette Mno Graves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Feidlnand J. Graves, of Wlssahleken uvenue nnd Manheim street, Ucrmantewn. A dance will be given by the officers of the Navy Ynrd at the Paulding Club ,ln the yard, en Friday evening, Ne vember la. Miss Henrietta MacDonald Wilsen, daughter of Dr. nnd Mrs. W. Reynolds AVIIsen, and her brother. Mr. W. Rey nolds Wilsen, Jr, and Mr. J. Cornelius Wilsen. 2d. who nre (.pending the winter tit the Belleuie-Stintfurd, and Mr. 1M ward Oram Shakespeare will leave to day for Haltltn'ere te attend the wed ding of Miss Kthel Codrlngten Cnrrlng Cnrrlng ten. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Edward C. Cirrlngten, and Mr. Charles Hcn Hcn drlcksen Balrd, which will be solemn selemn ised this evening In Baltimore. The engagement of Mls.s Wilsen and Mr. Khakespeaic has u-cently been nn nn eounced. The Chestnut Hill Academy football team will give its annual dnnce in the school gjniiiasluni en Friday evening, December 2. The patronesses Include Mrs. Samuel Housten, Mrs. Geerge Woodward, Mrs. Edmend S. Jamlcsen, Mrs Jeseph Ware, Mrs. William E. Geedman, Jr. Mrs. Samuel J. Randall, Mrs Harrv S Valentine, Mrs, J. Barry Colahan. 3d, and Mra. Rebert T. Bick liell. The Munday Afternoon Dancing Class of .Mrs Francis II. Straw-bridge and Mrs. Jehn II Llpplncett will held Its first meeting of the season en .November It at the Delmar-Merrls. Mr and Mrs. Edward Denegan. 410 Woodlawn avenue, Colllngsweod, N. J., are receiving (ungratulatletm en the birth of a son, Edward James Deneg.in. Mrs. Denegan lived fynm.rl in Seuth Philadelphia. Mr and Mrs. j'ehu II Hamilton, of Ma ph. Lawn Inn. Ch-Mnut Hill, have Issued Invitations for u tea en Saturday afternoon, NevemUr 20, at the Uiniiiui Uiniiiui tewn Ciicket Club te present te society their daughter, .Miss Mat gal et Hayes Hamilton. Mr. nnd Mrs. Reland L Tajler, of 180a De Lancey place, and Wl low brook Farm. Gwvncdd Valley, have Issued In vitations for a theatre party, te be fol lowed bv supper, at the Rltz-C.irlten en Tuesday evening, December e, Instead of December 12. in honor of Mls.s Cor Cer nelia Sheppard RanUIn, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jehn Hall Rankin, of Deep Run Fat m, Penlbn. Mr, and Mrs Tay Tay eor will also entertain .it dinner nt their home In iiwyneiiu im ,'J , ""7?i November 22 Mr and Mts. Tayler will entertain at dinner nt their house. 1805 De Lancey street, en Friday evening, December 2, In honor of Miss Nancy Blnney Dunning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geeige A. Dunning, of 15 Seuth Twenty-Hist street. Mr and Mrs. Aithur Dearborn Smith, of Spring Valley, Wynnewood, will en tertain at dinner en Saturday evening in honor of their daughter, Miss Vir ginia dt Met at Smth. NORRISTOWN , The marriage of Miss Helen Keller, daughter of Mr. nncr'Mrs. Charles Kel- Engaged Iiiote by rhlllps & Philips MISS FKANCKS ItOSS Daughter of I)r. nnd Mrs. Ocorge (5. Kess, of 1721 Spruce street, whose engngement te Mr. William E. M. Peele, son of Mrs. Ocorge P. J. Peele, 1ms been announced ler, of 635 Haws avenue, nnd Mr. Wil liam Clark, son of Mrs. Eben Clark, of 1437 Locust street, took place In the Haws Avenue Methodist Church yester day. The Rew Themas IT. Evana, pas tor of the church, officiated at the cere mony. Upen their return from u wed ding trip te Atlnntlc City Mr. nnd Mrs. (lark will Ilvo at 635 Haws avenue. The bridegroom during the wnr wan a member of Battery C. 107th Field Ar tillery, and was In nctlve servlce over ever scan. Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Emily Dldena. daughter of Mm Mary Dldena. of 615 ?5fi rn.Vvi1, n.ml Mr- Clre AIIcva' f 326 Last Airy street Mr. Jehn Savier, of Jacoby street, was the guest of honor nt a dinner At I is home In celebration of ids nftleTh birth SSesW. VCr8ary- Thcre were 'hlrty-nve MR. CHARLES H. BAIRD WEDS BALTIMORE GIRL Marriage te Mis3 Ethel C. Car- ringten Will Take Place This Evening A wedding of much social Interest te tilts' city will be solemnized thla eve ning nt 0:30 e'cldck, when Miss Ethel Codrlngten Carrlngten, dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Carrlngten, at 1311 North Calvert stroet, Baltimore, will bocemo the brlde of Mr. Charlea Hen Hen drlcksen Balrd, een of Mr. nnd Mrs. William J. Balrd, of 810 Pine street. The ceremony will be performed In the Christ Episcopal Church, Baltimore The Rev. Edwin Barne? Nlvcr. D. D., rector of the church, will officiate. The bride, who will be given In mar mar mar rloge by her father, will be attended by Mrs. Jehn 13. Hurst, of Virginia, ntt matron of honor. The bridesmaids will Include Miss Isabel Robertsen Carrlng Carrlng eon. sister of the bride : Miss Mary Sllng huff Burns, Miss Dersey Shrcve. Miss Elizabeth T. Tabh, Miss Sara Huyctt Themas, all of Baltimore, and Mlas An An nle Garrett, of Wilmington, and Miss Gertrude Hepper, of New Yerk. Mr. William J. Balrd, Jr., will attend his brother ns best man. The ttshern will Include .Mr, Edgar O. Shakespcare, Mr. W. Reynolds Wilsen, Jr., Mr. Har rison IC Cnner, Jr., brother-in-law of the bridegroom : Mr. J. Cornelius Wilsen, 2d. all of this city, and Mr. Rebert Forbes.ef Bosten ; Mr. Rodwell Tedd, of New Jer sey ; Mr. Frnnk Corbett. of New Yerk, and Mr. Edward C. Carrlngten, Jr., u brother of the brlde. As thcre will be no- reception Mr. and airs. Carrlngten will entertain the bridal party nnd relatives nt tin naiiimn Country Club nfter the ceremony. .... - ...vu... ..urn uuiiiie; irm Mr. nnd Mrs. Balrd will Ilvo In Wheel ing, West Va. ' McLOUGHLIN BOUR The wedding of MIsb Rese Ellse Beur. of 5423 Locust street, nnd Mr. Edward Dclanccy McLeughlln, Jr., of Mount Airy, was quietly solemnized yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock In the Church of the Transfiguration. The Rev. Henry P. White, S. J., performed the ceremony. The brlde was given In marrlnge by her undo. Mr. Ray J. Beur. of Cnninn r nnd attended by her sister, Mlsa Luclle X3uur, nil mmtl 01 Hener. Mr. McLeughlln hnd as his best man Majer Charles Therpe Griffith. A small reception for the family and n, few In In tlmate friends followed the ceremony. NORTH PHILADELPHIA A meeting of the Undlne Sewing Circle was held at the home of Miss Itese P. Chernoy. 1605 North Sixth street The members present vycre MIhs Jeannn 55. Chernev. Miss Uutn A. Kendall, Miss Cecil Fierman, Miss Lllyan Dnsh, Miss Lllllen Fuhrman, Miss Florcnce Schwartz, Miss Helene Keane and Miss Ntta Burd. A supper followed In honor of Miss Yvctte Ben nett and Miss Gllda Sliar, or ecllia, ua. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Themas Broughten, of 2627 Seuth Lambert street, ontertalned nt a luncheon bridge pnrty yesterday after noon. Among her quests were sirs. Frederick Bobbins, Mrs. Clelghten Tur ner, Mrs. I. C. Shutte, Mrs. Geerge Carr, Mrs. Walter Samans, Mrs. Jehn V. Crandall and Mrn. William Gevver. Mrs. Jehn W. Crandall, of 2627 Seuth Eighteenth street, entertained nt lunch eon bridge party en Tuesday afternoon. Her guests Included Mrs. Jeseph Harrl man, Mrs. Geerge Carr, Mrs. B. M. Dob Deb son, Mrs. Jehnsen, Mrs. I. C. Shutte, Mrs. Van Valkenburg and Mrs. James K. Randall. FRANKFORD Mrs. II. E. Llghtfoet, of 4626 Dlttman street, has returned from Norrlstewn. where she was visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Lockton for several weeks. Miss Ncllle Sommers, of Orthodox street and Frankford avenue, will en tertain the momberrt of her sewing circle at her home this nfternoen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank II. Fraser have returned nfter spending several months at Atlantic City and nre occupying apartments at the Lengncre. Mrs. Eraser bofero her marriage was Miss S. Jane Oldham, of this section. DELAWARE COUNTY A card party will be given en Friday afternoon. November 18, nt the Weman's Clubhouhe of Swarthmcrre for the bene fit of the Hareld Alnswerth Pest, of the American Legien. Mra. Themaii Simpers entertained the Sixteen Club at luncheon nt her home In Swnrthmore en Tuesday afternoon. rnttiA.'B renr.MOBT thrathes BROAD 2 WfeEKS ONLY NIOHTS AT 8ilB. MATS. WED. & SAT. "Bright and alive with hearty, human laughs." n. American, JOHN GOLPEN Presents GF?A(EE WAkE M&9l"'CilMI!.'ira A COMEDy WITH SONGS Staged Under Direction Winchell Smitk Prlren EvH..r,0e te $2.ne,Sat Mat. R0ctn$2 HEATH TODAY POIl THE IA.ST WEEK FORREST 2 Weeks Only NIbMh nt 8 15. Pep. Mats. Wed. & Sat. "Present 'Follies' ii the best ever."T't'tif.Tr' T riKiEn. SEATS TODAY for second dcu te i kju iAN.n IjAHT WKi;,- NIOHTS AT 8. IB Matt. Weil nnil Sat ,2 IT. GARRICK A pretty and satisfying romance." evening nn.i.ETiN "One of the most pleasant evenings at the theatre for many months." iNQt'irtEit. SAM H.HARRIS Pirts rti'ln.'H landing- Theatrra nlr'lx- ff lw .1, J. 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BONWIT TELLER 6XO CHESTNUT AX 13 STREET ARRANGED FOR FRIDAY A Most Exceptional Sale WOMEN'S FUR-TRIMMED COATS .CAPES .WRAPS Our Regular Stock at Reduced Prices NO EXCHANGES NO CREDITS At Reductions of 20.00 te 50.00 Capes & Wrap-Capes 65.00 Regular Prices 85M te 115.00 Twe distinctive models in veldync one a blouse effect with cellar of Hudsen Seal or caracul and side fringe from waist te hemline; the ether a straight-line cape with large cellar of black caracul. Alse Belivia Coats with cellars of beaver or gray squirrel. At Reductions of 30.00 te 50.00 Fur-Trimmed Coats And Wrap Coats 95.00 1 Formerly Priced 128.00 te 145.00 Wraps of veldync with wrappy cellars and unique sleeves of black caracul; Coats of Kashmir Radiant, Belivia and Pan Velaine, with cellars of beaver or squirrel and some have shawl cellar and cuffs of platinum wolf. At a Very Special Price Fur-Trimmed Coats Fer Small Women 45.00 Regular Price 59.50 'An attractive straight-line belted model particularly adapted for small women, in fine Belivia with cellars of beaver or gray squirrel. Colers: Navy, brown, burro and black. Sizes 33-35 only. Third Fleer Commencing Tomorrow Closing Heur Will Be 5.30 P. M. f ALDINE THEATRE ClinSTNCT AT NINETEENTH ST. Direction Fred D. and M. E. Felt Continuous Minulni: II A. M. te II I SI. An Epoch in the Theatrical Life of Philadelphia World's Most Beautiful Theatre OpensTomerrow AT 11A.M. WITH THE FILM SENSATION OF YEARS DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN TheThree Musketeers The UreitcKt rtlen Picture i:pr M,irl. Fmm the Ure.ttt-iit Nmpl of All Time. riusT TistK in riuLAnru'iirv PIlfV.n.AM'i (IK niSTINr-TION HY thkei: op -run wniu.n s cuijatkst UUUANISTS l'llKStDlNU AT tub WOULD-S LAHOHST THr.ATHt: OUUAN Firmin Swinnen, Rolle Maitland, K. A. Hallctt f-rir.i: or pkickj Mntlnrrrt te (I I', JI. Orchretru, f,3 cnti I.eci-h, K," rrntN. KiinliiK ) P. SI. te rleilnc Orclips Im. Uf) ri'iits; I.err. tUKS.-!. TIii-p I'rlrPH Inrliiil.- P tMnnt of Tut NfttyVek ItlMef A'l-Sfr'llpmlllnfrH' rilll.ADKI.PIMA niCSIANI)" THAT ROBERT WARWICK KKMAIN ANOTIIKR Wl'.r.K AT THE WALNUT 'IN THE NIGHT WATCH' WITH OI.IVK THI.I. Pre lllm Tenlcht. Hft Srutn. $2.00 ln IVrferm-nrf nt.. ev. II) isS?"SHUBEKr92 rmcorsrecKirmv. ccsx Jrsmf rasccjv OO.ef 300- II BIG SCCNIS MWW0U3 FOKtM OALIET PElClS.sKitra ar se wioeuo uetjv A MAT. SAT. T $2.00 riKe. menhw. sfi'aTsKT' vow rnn tiianksem inii si at i nhjiit. The LAST WALTZ with "ffffy I -i e C AT JL.U51 O JCVeS. 8:'n SI T STI HI) Y It I S I i,am rm ji.tim;i: TOMOR. 'V),,1v),lre 50c te $1.50 Nfxt WttV SenlH New rlllnit for l"lrt Nwk nml Thnnkielilnit Jlutlnrc A MRlit Hctiirtt of (li DUtlneulnlicil btur MR. LEO I eiTRECMSTEIH in thi: cay iiTHTn" i:i-m.. mi-si .-in. Wni. & Siit. siiii... r.i-S'J CHESINUT-MuES . MU-KI.HT A' )I il t. LEAN & MAYFIELD A&EE.P N'GHTS AT a20 MAIl, TflUHS AND SAT AT 2 20 m Pep. Mat. Today $1.50 Dent -HH Bfnr Sentu for Tlmnkmrlvlnc -t..finr nml NUlit Seats NOW 8 Weeks Ahead On Sele nt th IIe.t Office for .Ul IVrfermnnrrs. Bttinley Compeny of Am.rle 'fluetf,., MAH.KKT AT NINRTKENTH Jl A. M. TO 11 r. If. POLA NEGRI IN THI2 PHOTO MARVBti "One Arabian Nightf EI.AllOltATi: I'HOLOat'K with IIAt.l.ET Ntvt VJppXt 2 nXTIlAOHDINAHT INeXt WCCK ATTUACTIONH Victer Herbert Dinrccrn enCHKHTnA Gleria Swanson JfSl STANTON JIAIIKET it SIXTEENTH STREETS 11.30, 1 3D. a..in. r. no, 7:30, 0:30 iir.i.n ever reu SIXTH BIG WEEK W1I.MA.M KOX-S WONDER PUKT 3P3Sh I il.iy1 Oimlnc "Qfl.UN OF SHEDA" A Stupnileun nnd f.nvlh Sprctncle, S tCHESTNUTSTs""BROAD ie a. m. te it in r. m. ?,ffiA,J-? SNOWBLIND 1'Iti .1 t i TI' iV Pmi'irn. Htirle Run.e I Slmpnin PAI AfP 121 MARKET HTREET rLirtV,C je a. sr. te n in p. il. ELSIE FERGUSON IN Ein.ST PIIII.A. SHOWING OP "THE SONG OF SONGS" X-IOM LDWAHD SHELDON'S PLAT NEXT WEEK YOU'l.I. DISCOVER WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME A Powerful riotep'nv Vernlen of the Stji(f Surce ARCADIA "Bunty Pulls the Strings" CheHtnut III. 10th 10 A M. te 1! 15 1 St SIARKET AH. !)TH 0 A. SI te 11 15 P Si. AMBASSAD ORB-iV'"ij,iT V ' GALE KANE in "WISE DISBANDS" WHAT de men Q want T B. F. Keith's Theatre hi stni't nni.tiu i.i h BESSIE CLAYTON With fluv 4 IVnr! SIubIpi Mii.; a JameH Tiinpl' fii uti.l Versit'l.. s,.tt, RA RVM(IM) und MI'.I.OIIY t II KMKIiS HARRY FOX With Ilpntrlrc rurtln In "lntrrrupflen" ANNIAI. C1IRYSANTIIK.MLSI hllOW! I '' k ' I ' A C A I) I". SI Y O V SI V S I e mm HOLMES FRIDAY EVENINGS SATURDAY MATINEES Beginning Nev. 1 8 & 19 ?Wf.!ffiH:"',.JA,N-3T"i3fi AIIICOM) AT HOME. DfC 0. It), AHULM) THE ttORI.I). Drc. 16, 17. 1'euri.c sulc Nirni Cle-.cn Sut. Mncle biile. SI.SO. S1.0O, 75c. 'Inc.. Nev. in. Mine, Louise Hemer AT THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE Tues. Evg., Nev. 15th jn r m Tl keti rip s.i ,.t . mnrn & , ir i HUM I'lu.stnut S- tint 'N. j trope.lt.in Hin 1 ,111,1 l',,ptn,. ,stp VICTORIA "Out of the Dust" CAST fit" TAVORITE3 NEXT WEEK WHY GIRLS LEAVE HOME It Will M -i - Ten Thlnle r'APITHI " TKUKIZT STREET Vill 1 KJLt KfOENE O-RRIEN In "Is Life Werth Living?" DUrENT MARKET ST. Rd. 17TK IXIuVjEill 1 DAVID I'OWKI.L In 'DANOi:itOt'S UES" THE BIGGEST AND BEST VAUDEVILLE SHOWS at Lltt e Prl'-ca MARKTT -, -rT- COVTINl'OUS a. (jL(Jrlii ii a. m. Jt'NIPl R "-- -- TO ,j p Mi Edwin Augu3t (in Persen) (hcr A. tii Werth Whtle ime.VD&HNTDER VHlldvlll Alan BETTY COMPSON yr Till. I.ND ur THE WORLD" BROADWAY Allegheny MKFti i AflS ' " VAI'DEVILI.E AND WM. S. HART lBIln;A-w1?D CROSS KEYS COT1vArui," tiVu" "Making Movies" SQ;N'J ALHAMBRA V-T11 AN merris nL,nnmunn v VI nl. IT.I.E AND HEVR-1- Alii: TIU'VIN -A no I'ulT 11' ". .VII JfYSTERY P-n 5 run TIV'R A'-TJ PALM GARDEN 39TH & MARKET STS. HENRI MARTIN Arneld Jehnsen's Orchestra A I.l( The Georgia Jazz Band iiTJNI OIjOlAM INJAJ.W V Thurs, Fex Tret Contest jriiREi:rA.iipmij5 Fr!. -Vaudeville Shew Sat. Matinee Fex Tret Contest 'llllli::j; CAhH PKlli: Arntl. of Jlimle. Tliurs. l'.re., Nev 17 WAGNER PROGRAM hOI.nl.sT.S Frieda Klinlr Rachel Morten Harrif Henrietta Cenrad F-...I D.. DAMROSCH Ticket en :r"N,nV , Cnn. In. ter I Anitl. nml Hhmh'-k NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ii..t -.uni. rinuu ti twiin' Hiuutrea M -IAVI.OU Ocni'ial Mnnitecr ORPHEUM nnnten & Chelten Mat T Mlay, L ir, ORPHIM M PI AYI'RS In Hull i-iTi la-a "THE CHRISTIAN" Keystone 0Vnviyi'ffy.I,7r5 WITIir.KSI'OON HAM, THIS IHKSIMI AT HU.1 MISCHA VIOLIN VIOLIN RECITAL TIckMH. 1e te Sl.nO, en milr nt Hmiiw.'. Ull ClicMnut St.. 11111I Hull tliB rn-iiliiff. ' COMING TO ALL LEADING THEATRES Vitagrapti $ wonderful production of James Oliver Gurwood's greatest story "FLOWER OF THE NORTH" KA JL ftr Dli LVftH Mutiny Tdy at nltr Tcntuht 7 ami U I oIieiiIhte Hltf tm A Nenrji llrrnniiii A Utilri r n 11 I il A Urxten; Ilrrkln'n I)eei M-ilienr A DupriT hiiU Sinlllnc lllllv Mhkeii In "It MlKht Il,ii. te Y im r. 5 me TIME ATTH .( m s 1 "mail A.MontRemary T5etdV0iir( ni nv Dncrce C-.'d St. nb. Market 1.30 11 n'l 0 30 te 11 P JI. fKNllt llu.i uk.iuii 6Ctt 12D A I nct'.iT STS. T hi 1 30 A 30 te 11 'ail - . I'r,li,r' U In "The StinS of the Lash" "Riwtt 1 "t H 3 il 3D tn U I-iui M.ukr In 'The Forgotten Weman" CelUetnrt "MARY BE CAREFUL" Market Ht tvl 00th 1 30 and 3. T nnd 0 M iff Kennedy In Tl J .. m 0TH f KHAR AVE. OjCLQJL 1 1" ,n,J 3 7 nnd 0 ftfcVfcVIr Ti..m, M .iBhan In "CAPPY RICKS" f . A Jumbo Juni. Kkil 'U SiiLllY-liG tr"" ,Ilr"J av., VIWVl 1 HlHt linn... . mv "The Magic Cup" f Phila. Grocers, FOOD FAIR First Regiment Armery Bread and Callowhill NOVEMBER 7 TO 19 NOW OPEN r " n " i 0 0 uh 1 7 te 10 30 p . IAN I'a.i'y Paid luhtu, Ulu-n Ivi 1 y i.iecir-. '" DUMONT'S SaVIISfe0- S'iJ EMMETT WELCH Minstrels evr.it Tin: 1111,1.3 te mana v i'nk At WM (II- Ml SIC wh?LdnMNT9 f:-Nev 15;j.Nev.l65;3S S Hurel. 1"ewm, ti,.. -,, . .t,i.. f A V L O W A and X 1,n II. . . Tlcketa, 1 110 te f "n ". "".'L 'rctn llemw'H me C-hPHtnut nw" " , ii .1 ur mi nit invvii hum inniMWN at 3 fob IDAGEERWELLER miv..e-c ontkai.te TI(I.ftii, tl SO nml s-, en Htttr nt .trn-.,m lllll ( In-. Hint Slri-M, .mil Ar't.l..'-"fPP " . Ii lit. . .TTT mmm. MARTIN wu'Nev.'iJnHi, L iN AN ;,uflu7-xrhep,n "" A WUnilM flMJi nor. Ticket, i"? Casine J & Wamui i . -TXTT7 Sugar Plums With Vt4 a U.mltr J" 5 4'", j K I I m li mm r mm 1 w W mm mm m ffl m m de !' wnf r whit Q(V"TrtR ' wantr j P :Wt HIIII.