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JUST GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE
Nancy Wynne Sptetks of the Dance te Be Given for Miss
Wctherhill Tonight Miss Newbold Introduced at
a Tea en Saturday Other Bits of Interest
rnltn ilebiltnnH' nffnlr tetiiflht will be
I Kit itunre wlilcli Mr-. lenrBp (1.
Rretvnliiff aw her wn. Mr. Itliliiuil O.
ISremiliis. of Olil Uiir-n-irr mini. v-
HI jive lit tlle Morien lur dent-
,' I'it1II. Ol-evjlimu Is tllii'
ii.uiiR"l of Mrn. (leerai- Wi'tlicrlirH
lttrl,rtvi. ilnughlcri. Kit" Is n Muter
d A.la bihI Anne W.-tlicrlll. Ilia for-
.,.- f uliruii nmrrlt'tl Knil Knit"-.
Mr n,..l Mr-. James T. Wnlll.- will
.inriiiln ill illnnr-r before the iliuu-e
f0f their dmuhier, Ienlwi WhIMh.
u.. Alfred Paul M"r:H will. Rive
lli'l
Mri. Alfruil i-nui -'"""J-. ," ."'..,
... . fft I T..m..'Li ..III rl.M II
tuner for ier 1 nilSIIHT rnmi'ii. nun
oher dinner will be srivei,' by II..-
itniul TnTluM for Cernelia llnnklii.
In'l ihcni are vwnl oilier affairs
lilinncJ.
riPEAKINO of PrUcllIn Merrln, I
Qmv her rwenlly 1eklnie clwrmln
7 lnrli blue froeli. topped with n wide
inVef b"av.v Idue mniwinl iiimI an
ntw'" tnm et tc,M,tl,t' ,,e,'"r- S1";
lore brown -Ii"-. jlDvrs nnil fur. nmi
leskpcl tiin-t attractive.
Susie Sfvvnrt ban a vniiirt topi-eut
r henvr or nutria wlilcli l very be
enmltiB te ber brnm-ltp coloring Her
Mt Ik of blaek fplt nn.l rattier Fcveielv
trlmnH. TIie Htevvnrt sirls nrn nil mi
.Vlmclrvr- I "len't knew vvlileli one I
K I like hcrt. I Iwlr-vr- i Ik
iLfin ill tbe wup. ShbIp n'"1 Mal,i''
ind MIHc.
TUB New bob! tea wok n vpry unnrt
affair en Knttinley nf;rlioen. Anna
"mitlfully sewncl n Vu-h
fre'k wIiIpIi ' set en the ether rtilr
,, Uic wimmer. I support. U was a
. iv.lr thine of white tulle embroidered
n Sb blue, and nt cither Hid., of the.
Mlit tine there were blue slicumcrr..
I ,le think tbe slrln' dresRCH are the
wtit things thin season.
Did : son notice Alberta Uenth'; frock
t tlielbince the Wiileners rove for her
en Friday night? It was inriilpiieil of
doth of geld nitd l.a.l lace and tulle as
t rlmminz. Hhe were geld dippers tmd
tSA and was Minply radiant. ..n
Inow there was a dinner for n l.ii.i.lrpd
clients b"ferp the 'lance lt.elf Hint night,
ind then about 800 were asked te tin
dtnee.
IIICAtt that Vivien Onuld Dceicu has
(ifeided te Ktny ever In Xy Yerk
with her father. Mr. Keitld. until aHer
rhrWrnns. whlrh will be a mil dn
for him. T.adv PccIm earn., ever from
Enland en the receipt of the cube
tellliiK of her mother's death hint month
and Ims b'-en stajlng with her father
tfnee then. She will je back te b.r
fimllv tbe last of tbe month, but Is
planning te return In the Inte nprlng
llh her husbnnd nnil children, anil
they will then spend the tminmcr with
H. ('.mill
It has been n comfort te have .idj
Diciee ever here I am wire, ter sue ami
her father nrp devoted and her M-tcr.
Mrc. Tenv Drexel. .Ir., and she liave
a'.wait b"cn very (dose. That is nn in
ternntlnii.il initirlnje wliiih hn proved
an extre.iK'b happy nffalt, l.eid uinl
I.ndy Deck".
SPKAKINO of International mar
riages Count Hxechnni Is in this
reuntn new. lie came ever Inst mouth
te join his wife, who has been stnjltn;
with hr mother. Mrf. Vandntbllt, and
her t-Wer Mrs. Harry Pujiip Whitney.
Anil b the way. did you knew that
Flera Pa up Whitney Tower i.ml Rod Red
ri(k Tower, who arc llvnc out In t'.r
West, have n tinny-.' H nneui uin-c
werkn old new, and they are aw full
hippy about it. ...
Jenn Whitney. Hern sister, is te
be introduced nt a dance In New
Yerk en the '-'Otli of this month. I lim
film ke; .lean seemed such a little Rirl
at the Tower wedding wh'eb took place
about two jears age, and here she is n
debutante.
TUB bab is new two and a half
jears of nse and as cute and cun
ning as slip can bp. Aln slip N very
independent. She does net like a help
ing hand held out te hpr. sl.p pre'ei--te
fall If nppd be. but fall sne will of
her own arcerd. TIip ethpr day shp was
plavlng ir, Hip nursery and strove te
pull out a box filled high with blocks
Uncle Jee. who was en the fleer with
her. esimed te carrv the box but fixing
Mm with a cold and ele.ir gin nee of the
eje. the bnby rpinnrked in a well well
inediilaled and perfectly correct ten":
"Ne. thank ou, I can de it myself.
NANCY WYNNH.
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
Mrs UejrKO (3. BrewnlnK. of ne0".
will enterlR'n nt a dance this cvenlnp
t Hi Marlen Cricket Club In honor of
Mlm rrsln.i C Wethirlll d.iupchtcr
nf Mrs UoeYro V) Wethcrlll. of Heather
iltld, Brju Mawr
Mlsi Cernelia P lUnU n, deliut"t'
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jehn Hull
Hjnkln, of Deep Ttun Farm, Penllvp
will be the nueat of honeT nt n theatl(,
party and supper at the nitr-t.'arlte-i
this cxan'ng. te he clven h Mr anil
Mr IlelHnd I.. TpjIci, rf HOB P
T.neey pliun and Willow UroeU Vaini
Owjncdd Valley
Mr sad Mrs Henjamln llush, of
H06 Pine Ureet, vlll cntcit.ilu at din
ner thia cenlnt'
, Mrs, lbert If Lucas, of '.'t:iD C press
't. et will he at home tomorrow after after
neon and the following Tuetiduy after after
neens during Pcieinuer after -I o'clock
Ne cards have been aent out.
The Ps and Phiers r.i one of
'heir Sunda evening mutilculcs last
nlKht Til., nrl itu In, il, nit, I M.a .IninAS
M Anders, Mist Pully Thaer, Miss
J-eretu II Kerk and Mips Aunts Plune
slulnlan The committee In charge In-'
ilmlcd Mr i William Ttaker Wlielan,
Mm jamcs ji Anders, Mis. William II
"retne, Mrs. Jehn .1 Jece. Jr, Mrs
mufl Woodward, Mr Daniel (' Uono Ueno Uone
vHl and Mrs, Jehn Poelcy l.clge.
The Yale Club will give Its annual '
concert, w be followed by a dlni.tr and
,;nrf' " Monday evening, December .
AIubi" ,he feer of ,ne Acadm' of '
Mlsa Madellne Gllnierc. of Vew Yerk,
"rted yesterday and w'll he enter- '
allied hh the (fuest of Miss Usther Jean I
"euhinun. daughter of Mr and Mis
yirles Krnncla Hechnmn. of 1U5 Seuth
k'Sl.tcenth atrcct, for a week.
ti ,l!,r,nan Kreiner Orunge and Mr
si n . f1""8"?. who are studenta at
' Paul Sjchoel, will icturn lieine next
Hi. u A fcPnd the Chrlstmaa vacation
I. r",,r I'arenta, Mr. and Mra Wll
in "yen urange, at the i
Welllng-
MlSa M.. liii ...... .- . ......
ii . .' Pli Evans, of Chicago, who
Sri,nJtU(,e,'t..at the National Cnthedrul
Jiiii,. " l """lilneten, will anlve en
'i.uary .', ,,,,d w7n UQ entertulned n
n H I
i.;-'81. of MM 'sylln Van Heusselaur
h.k.c l,a.VBhter of Mr. and Mis Alan
,u''"v' ..?,r9."B. "f
:'03B Ue l.ancey
ll.nl . .., "'IOI1B, WHO iu iiiku a siu-
,;ir.'at the. National Cathedral Scheel.
lil:. ,no the latter '"rt of Ul1 I
flMt? c,11rl,eU6 Ma Graves, daughttr j
". r. and Mrs. km,ii,i.,,i t ii7.v.
1 HimI ,8"blcUgn avenue and Manhelni
? tutSr Wffi. '" yM,erafty ter
.it r ll
Ir.
and Mrs. Leuis Schiller, of M3
Wf.0i)en
Av.nii. lO.,H.ln.M .hi.;.
last evening In honor of the club's first
annlversnry. Cevers were laid for feitv
u.'r.?",11 M1" wlllre Kluee of
Ment ClHlr, N. J., have lippn cusntt ever
Vt, J1'.0.11'1 u,r ,Mr' KIurr parent.
Mi. and Mrs. Jehn P. Perry, nt their
hem In lilKlns Park. Miss Utith Anne
1 rry took an autlve part In the rain
t?Z 3,f.ar.,10,a ".' ,1, OPllavue-Strat-?!
?A 1;.r,,(,ay,ira Saturday, when she
Miss Dorethy Painter In piano duets.
liXrlc.'i 0f lh?.. downtown Hebrew
Uay Nursery will KVe a dun
.;.?.",es.a.a.J'..ut He Huetllsh ltftc Hull.
Ureiid arid Unco Mrctlw.
of 'ivi'nf.l'".! """"bem of the alumnae
iiin n.M ? 0' PRS wl" B ft dance In
far,,huKb,ir0,2r l,,,,CVU08,,",
NORTH PHILADELPHIA
"109r,HnHL!P- ,Kun8 M- t"i, of
Mr r'.M IC.MarfIs" trf'. entertained
thVMkI!5,a?"rk"' f Uam,"ere-
stiVe.?. Jr',..,!,5.d.ri..0f rf"i! TWe.f,h
ncr card club tomorrow nfir..nn..
VnV.rs'i Al,red W Wiseman, of New
?ff.U!m2.r"W"! te her home after.
.Bii te ncr pf
K Hal.if. of i .,
ner parents. Mr im,l nf. ii..
e Majestic
HmH W: .? ""Miner, of jr.S North
Ytl m ... ....
SOUTH PHILADELPHIA
M.r, and Mrs Cliurlrs Pecker
merly of 3B09 ;olermlo T-rrace.
new In t hair new linm. ,. i.." 1
. ., "" .viiiuur
Mrw. I.dward ('eurs.il t nf 17m niinm
C'otern.ln'nv.'rr'1 C'"" of 2627 Se,"l,
through the Seuth ,0'" "" a
DELAWARE
COUNTY
Mr and Mrs L. Kent Keag, of I.ans-
,i0iV,,?;Mlrr,cellnfi: comgratulatlens en
the birth of a son a few dajs age
Mr. and, Mrs lMwnrrl Kennv
n?' ?,ln.B "'". near Wa?
Ki"1 ! at borne te their friends
i.?fnr? i eceml,e,1 lrn Crethers was.
iih?. ii'"ti ni"?Be .fw weeks a be
nnini ' rU",C0 ,.l,Pb'1 '"sugghter of Mr
and Mrs J l.OMl ltlgby
lnlina ,lU,l' Mc,'JU"S entrrlaliie.l the
Junier nieinbern of the Weman's rUb
ai-nni1 il1"."""' n llcr 1,0l,le " Hurvard
oenue last week
NORRISTOWN
pnr!,r.n' JVhl,tnrr Kogers. of JJ jjast
l'ornance street, entertained nt an after
noon tea at her home Mrs Rogers was
MirJer Mnicy. of rtlverten. N' .1
tubti La "Vr'er,,1)re,',lde,11 ,lt "'e tea
tame, and Mrs Jehn I, I.aryelere and
M'ss Helen Palst IiIre assist,!
nAn"U',H?nI7,,t..,l?1.,V.e! made of the
engagement of Miss Cllrabeth Hejcr of
.a-.,'nf,r-jeh" i-f
fellow lg j eung peep ' e " ,Ve Ca U srv
13"P 1st Church: MKS Bailnru Ite'f
Kthel I
iTr? '. M DerlV I ,H,e'n Mr
Mlns
.. . . ....nitrr i,iemj rr urnf..iP.uu
Jr,
and Masttr Churleu Snjdei "
Montgomery. Pelrsel Wedding
An IntercBtltng weddlm- tenl pi.i,.,,
en Thursdav In Aln.,ti -n... .".':' l
MltS
daughter of Mr .and Mrs Whifl Id .Scot,
Pelrn. . of 107 south Haten Ueurc v
line. Vnlnr,r 1,.,,..... .1... i.,., "'.".V
s.ui.ninill-u I.QlinK (Oil I, rul
.. - . . ,i... w ii.'i.
i . .,: 7 '....ii,- .nr uriue or .Mr.
James Stephens Montgomery, son of Mr
.inn .Mrs .Mil Hubert Montgenurj. of
Trenten
i The c.remenv took- place in All .Slims'
(hurch. In chelcea. the efflclHtmi!
clergyman being the Ittv Jehn W Wll
i I nni! The bride, w he w as g ven In
niarr age hj her father, was attended
by Miss Margaret Montgomery, a Bister i
of th brldi groom, as maid of honor
I and the following bridesmaids Miss
Helen Van Sjcrel. Miss Helen .Velllsen, I
.Mrs i-eiciinnmi neeUlliig Ktlrn, Ms.
Mar' T Phlps M s.s Helen Shoemaker
and Miss Darbaia Hvans M" Mout-
J. E Sheppacd -S'Sens
Christmas Gifts Uniquely Bexed:
Sheet and Pillow Case Sets Percale nnd
mujlin $6.35 te $14,80 set.
Viyella Flannel The genuine n geed line
for wrappers, skirts, pajemas, shirts, and children s
dresses. Regulation quality $1.65 ?ard; plaids
and high colors, $1.80 ynrd.
Kitchen Sets Dusters pet cleaners, pet cloths,
dishcloths, paint and polishing cloths, $1.50 te $4.50
set.
Btttll Scl8 Mot.tetCels, wash cloths, $3 00 up
ward; or towels and wash cloths, only" $1 upward.
Women 8 Handkerchiefs All linen; shadow
hems, rolled hems, hemstitched, spekings, cords
and tapes, one and four-corner embroidery; white
and new colors, 25c. te $12 each.
Men's Handkerchiefs White and colors,
35c. te $5.00 each.
Children's Handkerchiefs AW white or
Cith embre dered nursery figures, iSc. te 50c.
Women's Neckwear Cellars, 50c up; cellar
endcuff sets, $1.00 te $12.50 set; real lace neckwear;
scarfs of crepe de chine in black, with Alice, tan
gerine, jade, henna, lavender, grey or embroidered
in rich colors, $5.75 te $7.50; silk knitted scarfs,
$6.50, $7.50; fibre silk jcarfs in brilliant Reman
stripes, $5; camel's-hair scarfs with hat te match,
$13.50; and-Spanish lace scarfs, $12.50 te $45.
Fascinating Ne velties Beaded neckchains,
nosegays, tt eilers and girdles.
lOOSGhestiuitStueefc
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EVENING- PUBLIC
Wed Last Menth
MMff
Photo tix riillllpn & Phillips
MKS. CIIAKLKS II. PEACOCK, JR.
Of 8 Chatham read. Stenrburst,
who before) licr recent marriage, was
Miss Thelma Cook
geniery was attencled by Mr. Hlrntn
Hellls Hlnuelt, whlle the ut-hers In
tluilfd Mr Kerdlnand Iteebllng Stlin.
Mr Clarence M (Jiirrlgucs, Mr James
Steplu ns. Mr. Heward Deye, Mr. Chand
ler Cudllpp, Mr Ph lip 11 Tewnley,
Mr lehii P Montgomery and Mr. Win
field Scott Pelrnel, Jr
Conference for Jewish Relief
A number of representa ve Jewish
women of Philadelphia will be delegates
te the big conference at the Polleuie Pelleuie Polleuie
Stratferd en Sunday te organize the
zone Including Husteni Pennsylvania,
Marjland. Wnshlngten. Hflaware and
Western and Southern New Jersey, for
the Jl 1.000 000 fund of the Amercnn
Jewish Relief ( emmlttee Ft Cyrus
Adler has Invited 650 lending Jews from
..inn,..., i.ri.t eltles nnd towns te attend
The larce Philadelphia delegation will ,
1 nelutle the following women
1 Mrs Cjrus Adler. Mrs. Jeseph M I
Ah.r. Mrs Milten Hereld, Mrs. Irving
Kehn. Mrs M. S Leepold, Mrs Samuel .
D Lit. airs. J""-" '-, ""'""""i ,;"
Frnnk A riaeizcr. .tirn. ..i.i.s .,. ..m. ..m.
ceI'h Mrs Herace Stern. Mrs Benjamin
Wolf and Mrs Merris Wolf.
The $14,000,000 fund will be ustd te1
nuccen the hundieds of thousands of
destitute and Htnrvlng Jews In TlU'Sla
and Kastern Kurepe In this terrlterv
thet.. are upwards of 200 000 Jewish
ehldrcn. who lest their pirents during,
tli war and the subsequent disturb- I
imces In the Ukraine nloue nearly
00 000 heads of Jewish families hiive
perished, and In wide sections no Jewish
child under seven years has been left
nllve.
FUR COATS
Frem $200 Upward
iii:mohi:mne and rfimikinu
a hit.ciai.tv
BROWN & BRAUCHER
SS V. CJielten Ave., flfrmintewn
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LEDGER - PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY,
LITTLE
BENNY'S
NOTE BOOK
By Lee Pape
Pep was reading the speartlng page
In the setting room nnd I was looking
nil erreund for n checkllt peppermint
that I fergdt wnt I did with, saying,
Hay pep did you see' enytblng of -i
cl.eckllt peppermint?
( A cheikllt ppppertnlnt In sutch nn
iiniuiperinnt tiling in my life that I
, could prebcrly pns n bole window full
without rcmcintiPi Ing it. se jeu rjtn
judge wnt impression the site of mcerlv
one checl.lit peppermint would lecve en
my mind, sed pep,
Meening no lip hndpnt saw it, and 1
kipp en bunting, snylng, (J, Hint
funny, I knew Its in Ibis room some
i warps. Its ccrtpnj ftinn. arp you surp
jmi dident see It pep? It was a grntu
big lint one nbeut li lntclien whip, I sel.
i nyn i-ini i rcisi wiiii you mrewing
jnecitiit peppermints nil eer the place,
Keep quiet, soil pep,
And he kepp en reeding nnd I kepp
en hunting, nnd nil of a suddln 1 re
membered wnt I did with It. ":a.lng. (1
pep. hae 5011 get your slippers en?
,1 bale. Imvp jeu eny obJecktlenH?
sd pep, and I sed, Yes sir but I ge.s
lis tee 1'itc new,
Wats ten late, wat the dlckins are
j 011 taw king about? ed pep. and I sed.
Well jeu see I think I put that checkllt
peppermint in one of jour slippers, In
fact I knew I did because lm sure I
did
S-iurfering cnts. I bnvent the hart te
link, sed 1)01). And he nut mm font nn
land siiirinl te feel one slipper with his
hand, sajinr. Thorps seiiipthitig In there
all rile. I knew I had a funnj si'iisntlen
In thill font, confound it. uat de en
wiiuf le go Prieuml putting candies In
slippprs fei '
Well I bad n geed reason wen I put
it in but I forget wnt it was new, 1 sed.
leh jest then nep took his slipper off
and tin- checkllt peppermint was
seua-died down in the bottom of it all
out of its original shape and size, nnd
pep spiI, Itlast It all. leek nt mv sllpper,
nndjoek at my sock.
Well (, Kesli. pep, holey smenks,
leek at m checkllt peppermint, I ed.
llemg the last thing I sed before I get
" fearse cracks.
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"First en Your Shopping List"
Geerge Allen, inc.
1214 Chestnut Street 1214
0.
ft
Flower Trimmed
Turbans
ith an air of freshness and charm in keeping with the Holiday
Season. Just new, when frve're all a wee bit tired of our
winter velvets or duvetyncs, it's quite refreshing te
possess a Hat in the delightful combinations of
Violets and Circ Ribbon, Bluets and King's
liluc Circ Ribbon, or Reses blended with
Mack Cire Ribbon or Silver -Cleth.
$12.00 te $23.00
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WHEN CONSIDERING THE
GIFT,
CONSIDER THE HOBBY
If She Dances-
IJANDEAUX FOR THE HAIR in flower or metal
effects, or made te order from your own design. $1.50
te $7.00.
GARLANDS. GRAPES and SPRAYS in colors te
match her gown, or geld nnd silver cloth. $1.50 te $5.
SILKS FOR A PARTY FROCK. Announcing Holi Heli
day specials in SILK CHIFFON VELVETS. TWO
TONE TAFFETAS, HEAVY CANTON CREPES, GROS
DE LONDRES, CREPE DE CHINES.
If She Likes Sports-
SWEATERS in slip-ever or Tuxedo style, suitable
for Skating. Scheel or mere dressy occasions, from $3.0.")
te $3,').00. Weel or Silk.
WOOL SCARFS AT $3.30. Warm, long and wide.
IMPORTED ENGLISH HOSE in Weel or Silk-and-Weel,
Plain, Clocked or Striped. $2.00 te $3.50.
GLOVES for Walkinpr or Skatinjr, in Weel, Arabian
Mecha or African Capcskin.
SPORTS HATS in Velour. Stitched Felt, Velvet,
Suede, Uuvetyne, from $2.00 te $8.00.
If She's Practical-
PETTICOATS from $3.75 te $13.95.
BLOUSES from $2.50 te $13.00.
SILK UNDERWEAR.
PHILIPPINE UNDERWEAR.
If She Sews-
ENGLISH WICKER SEWING BASKETS, sntine or
satin lined, in dainty or serviceable colors. $1.25 te
$6.00.
ENGLISH NEEDLE BOOKS in imitation or real
leather cases. 73c te $1.50.
IMPORTED BEST STEEL SCISSORS. 35c te $1.00.
ASSORTED SIZES IN LEATHER CASES, ranging
from 2 te 5 pairs. $2.30 te $6.00.
If She Keeps Heuse-
ATTRACTIVE SETS suitable for Desk or Library
Table. Consisting of a pair of Scissors, a Paper Cutter
and new and then a Penknife. Each set in a stunning
leather case. $2.25 te $5.00.
BOUDOIR LAMPS. $3.50.
HAND-PAINTEI) SCRAP BASKETS of Papier
Machc. $2.25.
APRONS. 50c te $2.00.
Fer Ally Weman.
PERFUMES AND POWDERS.
HANDKERCHIEFS in Initial, Nevel or Plain De
signs. SILK STOCKINGS.
HAND UAGS (Beaded, Leather, Velvet, Dmetync,
Silk).
UNUSUAL NECKLACES in Mosaic Effect in the
glorious Paisley and Indian colorings of Turquoise,
Verte, Rouge, Blanc nnd Uclgc. $3.00 te $5.00.
&wmm'0KW':
Engaged
fuH'''' v Iff
iHp
MIHS MAKV Mr.MUIXIN
Daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. ilelin It,
IMc.Mullln, of 4.111! Lancaster ave
nue, whose engagement te Mr.
Daniel A. Cenlln, of Orrtnnntewn,
Is aniieiiiuert
"SAVES WIFE FROM FIRE
Druggist Aroused by
Aroused by Shouts
of
Neighbors
Shouts of neighbors nt - o'leek tills
morning nw-ikened William Onskn, 11
ditiggist, seiilhcist corner nf Sixtli nnd
ritxwnter streets, who found that the
rpar of his pstablishnipnt was en firp
He aroused his wife and led her te
the street and then summoned tbp tin-
iten. I
Demlnick Oznska, a brother of Wll- .
Ham, nwakfiird several ether iiieinbcm 1
of the familj and helped them te snfetv. I
I)nmlnlck was cut by glass from a sky
light and his hi ether William received I
slight bums. The blnze did SSOO I
dnninge.
i
I
'0
Ne matter what her hobby.
(PWimi
DECEMBER 12, 1921
WILL BUILD NEW SCHOOL
Qlenelden and Norwood te Jein In
Erecting Building
The school districts nnd the SpIioei
Directors of Glcneldcn nnd Norwood
linve decided In build for their ex
elusive use a high school building.
which, according te the agreement,, is
te be known as the "fllen-Ner" High
Scheel." A site has been selected In
Illdley Township, which Is between
Norwood nnd (Jlenelden and between
itbc Pennsjlvnnla and Italtimnre Hnll Hnll
rends nnd close te what Is known ns
Trltes nnd I'rbnn nvenueM.
The Stale Department has approved
of both the plan nnd locating of the
new school building.
ALDINE
tllKSTM'T AT IOTH KT.
J)rrrt nn Fred. D. M. I".. Fell
Ilfll Phene- Spruce 4200
11A.M.
Continuous
Showing
11 P.M.
PRICES Tax Included
te n v,
flrr 11
The SIfr. Frnl. I nnil M. K. Felt
tnke pleasure In unneiitirhnt (list hi spe
rlnl urrsnKemrnt with the I nltril Arlnts'
f'orpnrnllen Ihej lire enililril te le te
the I'lill idetphln I'lilillc niincr-nrniliirtleni.
of this orennlrntjen nt the uheve prlie.
Exclusive Showing
America's Sweetheart
MARY
PICKFORD
"Little Lord
Fauiiflerey"
A Million-Dellar Picture
Added Attraction
J. FRANK MERRICK'S
Symphony Concert Orchestra
and
Swinnen & Maillind at the world's
largest theatre organ
Mary Pickford's Produc
tion will be shown as foleows:
. M.
r. M.
50c
1 11:05 A.M. ' 1:10 P.M.
I 3:20 P. M: 5:15 P. mTJ
I 7:20 P. M. 9:35 P. M.
ADDED PICTURES
1. Aldine Current Events
of the World
2. Colored Scenic Review
3. Aesop's Fables
AT THESE PRICES
Matinee r.vrnlns
75c
31C Included
Evening Prices After 1 P. M.
Saturdays and Holidays
AMBASSADOR jtmSTvk
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nen Tnrpln In "Vlli Mm leave llem"
THE ACADEMY OF .MUSIC
i Mirrr.nriu.iT vn eit.icv
i (OVIl'W NKN OKh
Tomorrow ' ERNANI
n. a no Vlniei. INniM'l e. utliniM,
m n.mi MM ( rm ,nsfi ,Mr.
done, l'ultrin rrl ( and.
1 I'npl.
m.h v-erk svlle
OrtfllKsTRX
DVVIRONClf. (niuliirter
I nt AppeHninrr Till Bensen
D'ALVAREZ
fONTIlVITO i-IIIOIsT
Thiir.
VrenlnT
Pre IS
PHILADELPHIA
r ORCHESTRA
.. Ioield stoKeM.M, ( end
Friday IVIilin flfr . Dfr lfi nt 1
nt 3.00 riu( 1 tr Dim- 17 it I K n
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lit 8:IS (nmt-rle Ne 1, In I
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REPERTOIRE LAST WEEK
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De HUM Ttnir. "Rarlii-r of Seville."
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hliVTs NOW (IX sl.l. XT ll(l OITU i;
nnd VVKVIANN-. 1I0K (IHrIT sr
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ED.GALLAGHER&AL.SHEAN
in" EGYPT"
CHAS.OLCOTT& MARYANN
WM.&JOEMANDEL
THEWRIOHT DANCERS
WILLIE SOLAR-BOD&PCCCrVAUNTINE
AND OTHER STARS
AND
"v COURTNEY SISTERS""
WITH THIIR ULTRA JTfllNO OUINTCTTK
tKiws Bowery Bumaquen
I'HII.A 'K MlHKXr.ml' nii-.Arni.w
BROAD LAST 6 NIGHTS 8A,t.
POPl I.AH MATS. K1. A H T.
HAIIU;H KnOflMAN Present
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KINNER
In Tem CunhlnK's Plsv
BLOOD AND SAND
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NEXT WEEK. SEATS THURS.
ET H E L
BARRYMORE
In lh plsv In vhlrh hr triumph ha
been without parallel in th history
of the .Vmerlran lft
"DECLASSEE"
By Zee Akins
Pnr nil nirfertniin - frx, pl Heb
itny niM Mr te II! "in
FORREST Last 2 Weeks ',
t'Ort'l.Alt MATS WW) HAT
" 'The Broadway Whirl' is
one of the greatest antidotes
te earthly misery, and seekers
after real pleasure will find the
Ferrest Theatre their coveted
haven." pKfitr
Tltll ."' PTAR M "II A' lrn i ,T
Blanche Ring
Chas. Winningcr
Winona Wintsr
Jay Gculd and
Tin. fa moil
vi n ennlr' Chorus
llnl8TrAH srvv u:aui wh.
THE WANDERING JEW
fttw Thurfliv for VII IVrferrrinr..
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BULLDOG
A PLAY OF AOVtNTURL
Jvtk A t MATTHCWS
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1IENHY MILLER BLANCHE BATES
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IWTHLW0RL05 BEST
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DAILY MATS AT 2. E.VE5 AT O
Anierl-u'rt I ernnnvt Celer ifuri Seprano
BELLE STORY
CHARLES T. ALDRICH, MASTERS
& KRAFT REVUE, BURT EARLE
& HIS GIRLS, WALTER WEEMS,
CALLAHAN & BLISS
Itr.K.K me. IIAKI'RR A ULAVK" MTV
dll.l.KTTK. nnil n Orent Surreiindlnic Kill
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Tdt ENTIRE. PRODUCTION COSTUMED BY
PAUL POIRET
S tATCSr AM WSr SSMHr.ViA. S4f,S CiTAWM
SAM
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BY
THE LATEST OPERETTA
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OPENING XMAS MAT. DfcX.26T-i
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KEREKJARTO, Violin Virtuoso
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Presentation pf
"LADIES
MUST
LIVE"
A Until I VST pllOT'iDRAJtA
DIRECTED BY
Geerge Leanc Tucker
Who rreele.l Till. MMl" It- MAN'
Special Musical Feature
lh Popular ( ompen-r and Director
WASSILI LEPS
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BUSTER KEATON
"THE PLAYHOUSE"
DnllT. 3Vr. SOr I'lenln .V)e, '
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MORLDHASEVERSEEN
FIRST
TIME AT
POPULAR
PRICES
MAiiM-n
1 1 30 1 0
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rp n
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Dorethy Dalten, Mildred Har
ris, Cenrad Nagel, Theodere
Kosloff and 1000 Others.
T.'me of Presentation
11:30, 1:30, 3:30, 5:30,
7:30, 9:30
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
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"BITS OF LIFE"
VICTORIAN
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"Don't Tell Everything"
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1205 Walnut St.
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