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v )v ,f7) - v JUST GQSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE Vtmcy Wynne Sees Smart Tep Coats and If raps These Celd BaysShe Tells of iha Saturday Evening Class TomerrotoSt. Francis Shew Tonight WjlAT h levply ceht Georgians "Wctherlll l wearing these celli ,!! It" of clcctrle blue vcleur nml ST. wonderful wide cellar nnd cuffs of i!a Miilrrcl. 1 snW her recently In fhl cTt, with Me. duvctyne hat WV .., .!.tl. iwiim fenthcra nt the (tide SteWM wcflrin " BlliH Bteckln?? nnd black patent leather slippers. It was a fetching and smart costume. I think the fur coats that are being-n-nm this season nrc lovely tee, don't Toe Mn. lierclay VTnrburten had a wrfectly gorgeous ene nt Mrs. Kal ffl lecture en Wednesday. It was the softest thine nnd as far as I could tdl from where I was sitting, Jt was of table with the stripes of the animals running up nnd down. Anether gorgeous wrap was worn by Mrs Gcerge I.erlmer; It was of wible, 'the cellar n)icl end of the wrap havlni? ha striped part of the little animals ielnc round, while the body of It was nut together with the stripes up and own. She were a small black satin hat trimmed with a short hanging lace veil Mrs. Warburton's hat was a etnall dnrk blue silk beaver trimmed with satin. Mrs. Nerman McLced Mrs. Warburton's stetcr, was also "among these present" and her coat was of broadtail. ' Tnnitn Is te he another meeting of the Saturday nvenlng Dancing Claw tomorrow night In the lieer when Mrs. Geerge Stuart Patterson, Mrs. I'ercr II. Clark and Mrs.- Franklin Tepper will receive. Beb Downs will lend the cotillen assisted by William Almy, Mlle Miller, Jr., Beb Ie and Gorden Strawbrldge. L I If I mllAT Feyer, by the. way, will be a busy place tomorrow, for the Wemen's Overseas Legien will have a bridge party thcre In the afternoon for tbdr Emergency Fund. In ether words, the proceeds are te be Riven ever te pay the expense of two weeks' taking care of the Service Olub, In which Mrs. Geergo Drexcl is se Interested. The Overscns Legien undertook te run mat ters for the time allotted and naturally money Is needed te de this, henco-the party tomorrow afternoon. A great many of the Legien's mem bers have taken tables for the afternoon and a number of their friends as well, Among these who will entertain will be Mrs. Ilenry 0. Chapman. Miss Mar garet Xnglce Robins, Miss Frances Clark, Miss Hmllv Baohe, Miss Mar gnrct Law, Dr. Maud Kclley nnd sev eral ethers. Miss Louise Snewdcn Is chairman of the committee in charge of the affair, and Miss Julia MacAlistcr and scvcrul ethers nre associated with her. jyritS. BAYAItD TUCKERMAN, of 1VJL New Yerk and Ipswich, Is en here visiting her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. William Elklm, at their home, riklns Heuse, In Elktns Park. Mrs. KlklnB was Miss Eli7abeth Tuck erman, you remember. She Is a sister of Sirs. I'vanB It. Dick, who has that attractive country home, Willow Dam, nt Whitcmarsh. The Tuckermnns have heretofore been residents of Bos Bes Bos eon and associated with the Cambridge Colony. Their family gees back te the original Richard Warren, who came ever iu the Mayflower, and they are related te many of the literary folk et past decades in New England. EVERY year when the entertainment for St. Frends' Country Heuse comes around I wonder If these who, started the work out there (among them the former Mrs. Charles Emery Smith) ever dreamed hew seen its bucccsh would be nehjeved ; thnt net only ene but two house's would be bought In less miuK.ii. iu thousands of i than ten yearn and vemen be helped back te health by X&ixWflFmZ. jcck or two of rest after dismissal men'H Church Institute at 201 Walnut from the wards of the hospitals, home I street under the chairmanship of Mrs of the women interested In St. Francis' I Rebert N Uarwoed, who with the fol fel fol Ceuntry Heuso nre Miss Tlerence Sib- I lowing- commlttee will receive and serve !r Afln TiiHn T nmipi-ennn Mm Frnnlc tea: AIrB- LUla V. BlsgS, Mrs. B. D. ley, flUss Julia Lagucrenne, Mm. l-ranic JJaIdw Mrs Jehn u Evans Mra rnttcrsen, Mrs. hrnnk CTnrk, Mrs. chn,) G. Frlck. Mm. W. S Helbroek. Jnmes Mundv. Francb Sul lvnn. the Mm HareM S. Jennlnira Mrs Jehn r;. ... ."" .. Gileses Trascl, and a great many ethers. The play tonight given by the Junier Aides will be In the ballroom of the Dellcvuo-Strntferd and will be called "What the Moeu Saw." NANCY WYNNE. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES An engagement of Interest In this city and New Yerk announced today Is that of MIfh Virginia Allen Parker, of Farm Ingdale, N. J daughter of the Inte Mr. and Mrs. Jehn B. Parker, of Shrews bury, N. J., and nlece of Mr. Jehn Proc Proc eor Clark, Chief Justlce of the. New Yerk Supreme Court, te Mr. Jehn Victer Lamarche, Jr., son of Mr. Jehn Victer Lamarchc, of Red Bank, N. J. An Interesting debutante of next Bea Bea eon will be Miss Annla Len Tunis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs Jeseph Price TunK of 2210 De Lnncey street, who will be formally presented te Beclety by her parents at u tea, te be gleu In October. Miss Tunis, who Is at pres nt at school at Bryn Mawr. will re turn te her home for the liister holt daj-e. Mr. and Mrs. Randal Morgan, of wyndmoer, Chestnut Hill, entertained at dinner en Wedneaday evening. Cevers were laid for twcle irueuta. Mr and Mia Adelph G. Rosengarten, of 2212 De Lanccy place, will entertain at dinner thlu evening. Mrs. Edward Stuart, of the Nash ApartmentH, wilt entertain nt luncheon and bildge party en Monday. The fuesta will Inrlude Mrs. Walter Wnrlng Hopklnsen, .Mrs. Henry Piatt McKean, Mrs. Rebert J. Fell. Mrs. Mnre Schoettlc, Mrs. William S. Waterman, Mrs. Clay Clay eon Piatt and Mrs. lilward D. B. Bait MIL Mr. and Mrs Arthur H. BrocUIe, et 8013 Ciefela street. CliPHtnut Hill, will ntertalu ut dinner en Tuesday evening. Mr. Rnd Mrs. William Slater Water man, of Haitwell lojie. Chestnut Hill will give u, buffet Buwiier tomorrow eve ning. ,.Pr- and Mib. Geergo M. Dorrance, of 19J0 UlttonheiiMO .street, entertained at miner und theatre party last night. ft..1"1.'1 Mr3 Herbert Lincoln Clark, or 2012 Spruru street, will entertnln at a dinner this evening. Mr. and Mr.), i-mrk are occupying for the winter the nouse cf Mrs. Henry Bulger Jeanea, imY" r.nna Mrs- I'Vands I. iluPent. of ill?, 'Jnrue street, have Issued Invltn "n for a dinner at thelr home en nursday evtnlng, February 2. n. Alexander W. Wlster, Jr, will JSn'wl". i .n !ur'cllen 'U her iiome. i, eat b.cJi0l. Heube lane, Cierman- nii, en luesuny nxternoen. bVliru. wy 7. , I Bnrfi? J.h" J.r' Kcnncuy. Jr, of 2018 a Ki,w ?",'. i laiucu inMinilens rer tvH?ei luncheon en Tuesday, Febru--T 7, from 1 until 3 o'clock. fcj1'!' Bannlne Oranire. debutante en e tCr,et lir .uml Mrs William Dray. en ifnrna,?';B' ?.f ,Ul Wullluirten. will loave i enn n??i5, Fel,1r"a'-y t, for New Haven. I'reni' Sh0 '" uttend tl10 Yale JIrs Ienn .. . 'iVu lre. or 31.18 WVsi reb?uarlJ!0it',tltn,"lnt,,wn' will lenve en h.raLl2'f. "vlJlt te New Yerk. ry 1 she where Uw, vxpects te remain about six Kr. mlth, na irrm. Arthar Dertrn Vynnewoed, will enter- tain at dinner this nvenlnt; In honor et their dcbutanle dauchter, Miss Vir ginia de M. Smith. General and Mrs. Uttlelen W. T. "Waller, et 2G00 Seuth Twentieth street, will entertaln In honor of Ming Smith this evening nt the rep. ulatterf dance at the club, te he ixlven by the eflleern of the navy yard. Gen eral nnd Mrs. Waller will also rlve a small informal dlnner nt their home before the dance. Mr. and Mrs. Herace Heward Purness, of 2034 De Laneay place, will entertain at dinner en Saturday ovenlnir. Mrs. FUrness entertnlned nt tea yeaterday afternoon, In honor of Mrs. deorffe Em Em Ien Starr. Mrs. Heward Clark, of Uie Teuralne, will Blve a tea en Wednesday afternoon, February l, te meet Mrs. rercy C. Mndelra, 0f Brookwood, Ogontz. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth It Buzby, who have been upending their wedding trip in Flerida, will return home en Tues day nnd will reside at (500 Essen nvenue, Narberth. Mr. nufcby, .before her wce "JnK en Wednesday. January 11, was Mlsa IJIwibeth O. Lucas, daughter or Mra. Aids. Latham, of 1939 Chestnut 1,J1,r',S"11 Mr"- Irv'nff Reichner. et 1709 Illttcnhouse street, will entertain ,''! "? Party nt the Princeten triangle play, "Jvapanela.." te be fflVen at tne Academy of Musle en Saturday evening, February IS, te be followed by n dance. Mn. Thorns,, O. Ashton, of Tied Lett. Wynnewtfej , and 1814 Seuth lllttonheuso Bquare, will chaperene a nartv en Feb ruary ie te Lalce riacld. N. Y., for the winter sports. They expect te remain about a week. Mies Elisabeth Heed Latta will give a joint recital In the foyer of the Academy of Musle en Monday afternoon, February XV JTlthT,f,lcJ.,e! J!enha- the first cellist of the Philadelphia Orchestra. Ur. Charles Bingham spending a few days at X Bingham Pnnress Is Uantle City at uie ArauiMnaer, Mrs. Arthur MoeUgue lwts, of the Bellevue-Strxtferd, who has been visit ing In Jfew Yerk, returned horns lest evening1. .tMr-, Walter Hendersen Brysnt. of the Bellevue-Stratford. will leave early ,n... y or a trip abroad, where she will spend some time with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Froder Freder Froder lelc F. A. Pearson, in Londen, where Mr. Pearsen Is secretary te the American Kmbassy. Mrs. Bryant will remain until the autumn. Mrs. Abram II. Wlntersteen. of 2814 De Lanccy street, who has been spending n. few daya In New Yerk, will return te her home this evening. Miss Klcaner Welr has been enter tained ns the guest of her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Carman Ityles, of 1712 Loeust, street. Mrsi I. Lnndlg Detwller and her daughter, Mrs. nichard Q. Oellers, will lcae en February 1 for a trip te Flor Fler ida. They will spend seme time In Palm Beach, Miami and Havana and expect te return about the middle of March." Mr. A. Paul Allman and Mr. Smith Jf. Stathem, Jr., of Angera terrace, who have b?en visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Allman at the Hetel Ambassador, Chelsea, have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Graham, of 7430 Sprague street, Chestnut Hill, will enter tain In honor of their daughter, Mlse Su Su 2inne R. Graham, en TucHduy, January 31, tit the Beltevue-Stiatferd at a box party nt the performance of "Clarence," te be given by the Belfry club of the Gemiantewn Academy. ALONG THE READING A large bridge and BOO were held at the Old Yerk llead Country Club near Jcnklntewn, en Wednesday afternoon. On Thursday afternoon the dramatic department of the Oak Lane Review Club held Its bi-monthly meeting at the home of the newly appointed president of the club, Mrs. William H. Shelly, at 805 Sixty-sixth avenue. Oak Lane. Mrs Albert Gee la chatrmnn of the de partment Mr. and Mrs. Oeersm llarrlnen EVn. zler. of Jenklntewn, have returned from t , t California, . ? ., . . ' . -I---. '-. ..7 ' I.amb Mrs. Baterrmn Saddlngten, Mrs Themas D. KulllMin, Mrs. William u. Shelly. Mrs. Van Sllet and Mis William C. Yerkcs. Guests will be shown the Blck bay, which la the completed work of this auxiliary. Members and friends of ether auxiliaries are Invited, NORTH PHILADELPHIA Friends of Ml3s Florence Morehouse, of 1922 North Camac street. Will h,e glad te hear she Is recuperating from her recent Illness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Benjamin M. Zussman, ! of 4120 Parkslde avenue, will entertain i a number of cuests In hemer et thelr I aauKiuer J rancci, nrsi nirtnciay tonight at 8 o'clock. M. Zussman, Jr., will be tne Rucst ei noner. Miss Marie Paul Mees and Mr. Jehn P. Mathleti. 2d, were the cueBts of honor at a dinner dance given laiit evcnlnir at tha Pelham Club by Mr and Mra Hareld Georffe Paine. There were thirty iruestH present. Tha marrlatre of Mips Mcch una Mr. Paine will tulce place en Wednesday evenlnir. I'ebruary 8. DELAWARE COUNTY Sir and Mrs. Harry Lefjan, of rtose Valley, havei been entrrtalnlnir Mrn IOnn'H metntr nnu Fister, aire Landen and Miss Mary Landen, of Peui;hkecpsle, i. v., rer a lew aays. Mr. and Mrs. J. Haines Llpplncett, of Atlantic Cltv, entertained twenty-twe of their daughters' fi lends at a house party at the Chalfente last week. The eucsts were membera of the Kapp.i Alpha Theta Fraternity of Swarthmore CoHebc. Among, them were Miss Louise Campion and Miss Dorethy Etans, of Mtdla. The Meanest Man in I HAVE often wnnted te meet the meanest mnn in the world. . Yeu knew hew you make mental pic tures of such people. I could shut my cyci nnd see him as a tall, darlc Individual with n scornful, black mustache, narrow, glinting eyes nnd nn evll face lined with nln, but last nlcht I met the meanest mnn In the world and he didn't leek anything llke this nt oil. "When I flrst saw him he wns sitting ever In the corner of our little rcs innrntit eatliiir a. veiv Innocent table jd'liele. , , A . He had no scernhil blnck mustache, t.,.. .a .ll.l nn nllnf. Hlq fnce wen i(ua i-jve ..... u r....... I i ,. i it nB open ns nn oyster en me mm sueu nml nvin blander Hew could I knew thnt he was the meanest mnn In tlm world? And jet he was. Fer as seen as he had finished hi rcpnut he nnld his bill, nrose nnd dcllberntcly wnlked eer te the mcchau Icnl piauu In the corner. Nobody who hud eaten In this restnu rant In recent jenrs had cwr hear I ilils piano. Tlicre Is u legend te the effect thnt the Inst tlme It was henrd the police rushed Iu, thinking It wns n race riot. It Is ene of these player pianos that cannot plnv unless nccompajiled by an electrlc-llghtcd waterfall worked out In bright red, ffreen and yellow gjH lii tie mlddln of the piano, EVENING PUBLIC Engaged MISS ESTHER NAHIKIAN The daughter of Mr. and Mr. Frank Nahlklan, of 5301 Cath erine street, whose engagement te Mr. Mlliran Harmnklan was an nounced last Saturday at a party given In Miss NahUtlan's honor MANY WEDDINGS IN CITY AND SUBURBS THIS WEEK Miss Martin Married te Mr. Dor Der ham Rudlslll-Swartley Nuptials' Celebrated en Wednesday An Interesting wedding took place, at Boen en Wednesday, when Mles Mary Angela Martin, daughter of Mrs. Eliza beth Martin, of 6483 Lebanon avenue, Wynnetlcld, became the bride of Mr. Jehn F. Derham, Jr., con et Mr. Jehn F. Derham, of Bryn Mawr. The oere- meny wa perrermeii in St Barbara's Catholle Church, Fifty-fourth and Dia mond streets. Father Vesy, O. B. A., officiated, assisted by the Her. Jeseph L. N. Wolf. The brlae, who wn irlven In marriage by her brother, Mr. Refrer J. Martin was attended by Miss Helen Shea as maid of honor, her only attendant Mr. James Derham a cousin of the brldocreom. was best man. A reception followed the ceremony at the home the brlde's mother. On their return from a wedding; trip through the Seuth Mr nnd Mrs. Durham will occupy a horns at Bala. IIUDIHILL SWARTLEY A; pretty weddlnjr took place Wednes day evening at 8 o'clock, when Miss Vara G. Swertley, of B027 Cedar avenue, beoame the brlde of Mr, Jehn P. Rudt slll, of 2C1 south Fifty-second street The Rev. Mr. Green, pastor of the Ta Ta ceny Baptist Church, officiated. A re ception followed immediately after the ceremony. The bride was attired In a gown of whlte crepe aatln and pearls, wltn -court train. Her veil was nrrantfeil as a coronet. Mrs M. Jennings attended the bride as matron et honor. Mr. Al fred Hand acted as best mnn for Mr RudtsIlL Upen their return from a wed dlne trip Mr. and Mrs Rudlslll will reside nt 5027 Cedar axenue, where they will be at home after March L RAFFERTY IL4.RLHY An Interesting wedding took place en Wednesday morning ut 9 o'clock In St. Anthonys Church, Twenty-third and Fltzwater streets, when Miss Mnry V Harley, of 1221 Seuth Twenty-seventh street, became the bride of Mr. Themas Rafferty, of 2330 Reed Btreet. The cere mony was solemnized at a nuptial mass M.sa Catharlne Phillips was the brides maid nnd Mr. James Raffetty acted as best man. After the ceremony Mr. and Mm. Rafferty left en a wedding trip te New Yerk. KOOB YERGDNS A very pretty wedding took place en Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock In 3t nilrnbcth'H Church, Twenty-third and Berks strceUi when MIHs Alma R. Ycrgens dauchter of Mr. nnd Mrs Frank J. Yergens. of 1911 North Creakey street beceme the brlde of Mr Udward P. Koeb, of 2300 Seuth Twentieth street. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Michael Rcing und was selemnised with a nuptlnl mass. Miss Helen M Yergens, sister of the bride, nna the bridesmaid, Mr. Joeeph T TJreuii was the best man and Mr. Raymond Koeb, brother of the bride groom, and Mr. Frank J. Yergens, Jr., brother of the brlde, acted an ushers Immediately following the ciremeny n reception was held at the home of the brlde's patents, nfter which Mr. and Mrs. Koeb left en thelr wedding trip te Washington, D. C. They will be at home at 35Bi North Sixth street after March 1, MOORE3TOWN Mr. and Mrs. Clyde negcru, of East Main fttrcet, will leave the early part at next month Ter a trip te uenuuua. i Mr. and Mrs. William V. Overmin i )u a left for an extended trip te the. seuui. Mr. and Mrs. Steckwcll have returned from a trip te Atlantic City. Miss Mildred Janice will clve the pec pec end of her series of Informal parties nt her home en Tuesday evening at S o'clock. Scries of Gelden Weddings The celebration of their golden wed- dlni,' this week bv Mr and Mra I.een LUlslmer, of the St. James Hetel, marks a unlque event In this long-lived family. .ur uuisujiui' ia ii ureiner et Sir. e)Uan Uulslmer, prominent Market street mer- chant, new in ins eiRhtieth year, and who celebrated his nelden weddtnir in June. 1018. These two brothers married nlners In Baltimore, liter cemlnc neith from New Orleans, wheie they uere born, their parents having Bottled In the French toleny there en their arrival . from France In 1842. The elder couple cele brated their KOlden widdlnsr in 18H1, the father nftanvard dylni; In hte nlnety llrst year. the World By J. P. McEVOT TIID menncst mnn in the world stepped In front of this dlnbellcn' ninchlne. carefullv buttoned up his ever, cent nnd ret his hnt firmly en hh head and then he took a nickel out of his pocket, dropped it In the slot aaid hur ried out of the restaurant. Inmslne our consternntlen ! Picture r dismay! Hut no! Never mind. a he comical waterfall lighted up nnd then from aoincwlicte inside the machine came n Berks of hearse urewls, followed by n bucccssien of rhert Brunts. Then ciine n wild clnttcr, n (lcafenins rear, after which large -clusters of notes were ta-t off. expledlnc in a ghastly pande monium. TTAVE you ever tried te step a me-LJ-rhnnlrnl piano? Is there any feel ing mere helpless than llst'-nlng te this terture and knewlntt all the while you can de nothing nbeut It? Ah ! that life should held such mlxcry ! Oh' that such n man as this should walk the streets with honest folks! Tedny I investigated htm and lennml he Is the snme man who owns n house near (hat of ene of my friends in a iiolKhberlnu Miburb. Early last fall he np-cad ever his lawn a peculiarly pun gent and potent brand of fertilizer, ufter which be carefully nailed up the heuss and went nwny for the winter, leaving his (awn and his neighbors te get along with the fertilizer tfie host they could. Oh. Indeed, that such as hn should i li the earth I LBDtiBR-PHIEADLPHlA, FRIDAY, WEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter A, Bunn, of 6240 Webster ntrcut, are receiving congratu lations upon the birth of n. daughter, Wllma Uudera Bunnj Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Stein, whose marrlage took place recently, have re turned from their wedding trip and are at home at C2J2 Columbia avenue. Mrs Bteln will be remembered as Miss Belle Brodsky, of West Philadelphia, Friends of Miss Minerva Derfmati. of COOS Christian street, will be glad te hear she Is recuperating from her reccnt Illness. Mrs. Karl A. Bucllte. of 2B1 Seuth Thirty-eighth street, entertained at a luncheon nnd brldgs party en Monday in honor of Miss Helena Curley. whose marrlage te Mr. Rebert Ilea will take place thlu mouth. Mils Rose Weinberg, of Fifty-fifth and Catharlne streets, entertained nt h-r home en Sunday evening. January J2. Coers weer laid for twenty. Among thesa present were Miss Mary T Cehen, Miss Gertrude Shlndler, Mies Mary Al per, Miss Anna Frank, Mlsa Minnie Lis Lis keff, Miss Mary Rubin. Miss Anna Ln Ln pelbaeh. Miss Claire Lewie, Miss Ida Masland, Miss Rese Weinberg, Dr. Jacob If. Bannaeh. Dr. Jerry Chertak, Dr. Harry Welner. Mr. Max Weliier, Dr. I,euIs Lunch, Mr, Leuis Jtl-S:,J'Z-Merris Shuster, Mr. Abraham Melman, Mr. II. Uvane and Mr. Isidore Wein berg. Mrs. Jeseph IClapp NIchells, 1117 Seuth Sixty-first street, entertained nt a lunch eon for the members of her card club en Thursday. Cevor were laid for twelve. . QERMANTOWN Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stewart, of 41 Harvey street, announce i the marriage .1..1. j.u.hiKK mi France.! Wil kinsen Stewart, te Mr. Daniel Harper Dyklns, of wilimmsperi, a-u., uu ou- aay, January -. Announcement Is made of the mar-' rlace of Mlsa Ida Lllzabeth Norrle. at, 31 West Ashmead plnce, Gertnantewn. I and Mr. Charles J. Wents, Jr., also of Oormantewn. en Saturday, January 14. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA Mrs. James Caffrey. of SS1 Seuth Seventeenth ntreet. enterUlned at din ner last erenlnr In honor of Mrs. c. Wilsen, of Norrlstewn, Miss Nera Plekett, of SOU Seuth Sixteenth street, will entertain at a din ner party this evening In honor of Miss Gertrude Martocello, Her iruesta will Bargains IN DRESS GOODS 'Cum In Tomorrow. Btnrdy Ewytlilnc In Oar Stere Reduced 30-ln Bltk Trlcalettet plsln and faaari (3.00 vnl.... 98c SO -In. Merthant Taller S1.35 French Berxei 93.Z5 val. "" Si - In. neSTTwelfht All- Sl-05 Weel Semi tt.00 val... "a-,-vt' 10- In. Bpert Batlni Drat JC1 .35 Ooterai Velne.tl0 u-.. SO -In. Sttk ItellTlai $3.00 S2.25 Value u.v New England Woolen Ce. 721 S. 4th SL Open Ereelnti '111 0 Friday 'til 7 Hs.'.S.t'L..'L'LL't. .' Specializing in Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts II 1 " ... I ' We are Closing Out in Our Final Clearance A Special Greup of Smart, Individual Afternoon Dresses i V faT )A $m ) (lmnll i uffliiwfflji I us 1 1 1 1 1 in If 1 if On Our Third Fleer m rU H All ilMM t ... .. . . v. inuiuue Airp jescpn iicacn, airs, u parby, Mrs. A. Wagner, Mrs. A. Palmer, Miss blla Met an nnd Miss Margaret I ICIrlln. i The ih. Themas Aaulnas Dramatle Players will produce the tnree-act comedy, "The Intruder," In the Epiphany remcny, --.ine intruQer, ' in tne upipnanyi Scheel hall, Eleventh and Jacksen I "First en Your Shopping List" Geerge Allen, inc. 1214 Chestnut Street 1214 The End of Jartuaru and tlic Week Brings Savings and Sales Winter CLOSING OUT ALL OUR Fur-Trimmed Hats Afternoon Hats Tailored Hats Clever Sports Hats REGARDLESS OF FORMER PRICES Women's Allendale Regular Sizes; $2.00. Usually $3.00 Extra Sizes, $2.25. Usually $30 Hade especially for ub of the 'ery finest yarns. All styles, high, low and Dutch necks; sleeveless, elbow length or long sleeves; nnkle or knee length. Skirts! Skirts! Skirts! Half-Price Sale On Our Second Fleer Back Plaids predominate. Materials are of the geed woolens. Sports Medels with plain fronts, gathered backs and pockets nre straight pleated styles. Alse a group of NAVY BLUE SERGES for very large women. Fer Southern Wear or for the woman who would like te pick up a skirt cheaply for summer wear Skirts of Baronet Ssfyln, Crepe or Flannel in striped or plain effects. $4.50 te $12.50. Japanese Quilted Sleeveless in White Only. keep out Jnclc i rest. I Jl jts y Y eBf My ... I i m c jh jf m rwrvMr UN i fkflgeg&'lGiir IS, and I ' 1222-1224 Walnut Street This season's most attractive models in widely varied styles, including a number of slightly soiled Dance Frecks and Evening Dresses. The materials include Drapella, Jacquard and Canten Crepe, Trice tine and Peiret Twill. All colors and all sizes. Formerly up te $85, Reduced te $25 & $35 Purchases Billed March JA1TOAET 27, 1922 - ... ii.Im Asnlnrf Amnnf thflflfl lfl til nnrir, unn ! ",' " Vi..v Minn ciist will be Miss Nan McUucken, MU Rcglna Cornish, Miss Nan Hannignn, Mr. Jeseph Finnerty, r, '"':';' Mr. jenn waiey, ir. "ni." ".ir " itntiiMK. n.rri,t,tnl,1. fr. Jehn l.ricg, Mr Antheny McGlene. Mr. Rebert Flt- "Vei,i nmi Mr Daniel Malev. E nnd Mr. Daniel waiej. Hats Union Suits Jackets, $1.65 You'll need ene these days te Medes of Distinction and Originality m ti 1st 2 CTAHNERING f0 & ether specch defects jj I corrected. Kingsiey nan. c 121G Walnut St., Phila. C ' H'rlte or I'lione Walnut lOOJlWihfi FUR COATS Frem $160 Upward KEMOUKI.INO AM) ItlU'AlUINU A BPECIALTY BROWN & BRAUCHER SB V. Cliellrn Are.. (Irrmnnlnwn Phene: Germnntewn ntte SHOP WITH STORE That Buy Anything from tba leading uterai of Phila., Wil mingten, CarmUn. Atlantte City A Cheater Easy Termi ORDERS FRAMBES & CLARK 1112 Chesnut St., Phila. 10 Genranlfr Tr. Wdr.. Atlsntle CltJ SO N. Third flt.. Camden NO COOKING ' The "Feed-Drink" for All Asc9. Quick Lunch at Heme, Office.ud j Fountains. Ath for HORJJOCS. 6r Avoid Imitations & Substitute! I rlllLA.-H LJ5AU1NU IllEATKh-U ntprrTieN ok i.i-i; a j j sin'riisnT CHESTNUT ST. OPEHA HOUSE SHUBERT OAIUY MATS AT 2 EVES AT 8 GEORGIA O'RAMEY JAMES WATIS ' WHIPPLE, UlthlUx Story ' HUSTON & CO. And u Wonderful Hurreundlnz UHl Nrxt XTttk Tim Met Kxtrnerdlnary till! V.vn Offrrnl te Plill . JOHN CHARLES THOMAS Xinericu'a (.rcutr.t I.ltht Oixra Ilurlteuc The I.arcfut. ,Met Dltrrelflrd and Oorcreii" Attractlnn OOVrrd In lbs World of nudrllle CLARK & McCULLOUGH In "CHt.TKI.BM i)V IDXI1" Funnlrr Tlun tbr Funnlmt Jlulcal Cemnly und Othrr ''tur Acta SAM CHUBERT Eti. ke. 50c te $2.50 5 D Sat. Mat. Tomer., Bttttati, $2.00 rtnRT time irnhn THIRD A2.SUAL PItOOVCTlOX GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES rnr cmtic.i .:.vd rvnua jierkx TU1S IS Tlin RKkT MUfllCAL REVVE OF StA.VY SHASOXS. Ai.t-iTMt rwr TKI I.FWIi., IKFr, rltWKI.IV. JOK K. HIIOWV. I'l.A SRIN, (.(lltl)ON "nm ' mnn siftiM.W ADELPHI iiTSk MAT. TOMOR. j& $2.00 Mi r nt tiem 'or II nmilnliig i rfurmanccfc Mr. Ullllam A. Ilmdr In rxtrndlnc the I'lilljilelnlil i riiRHKrmriit uf Jehn Galsworthy's NOTAHU: I'UVY The Skin Game at nin Walnut St. Theatre wlhr ti Mtnd III ulnn-rr -ipprrrl (Ien of tlir rnthualiatlr nnd nnrerr rn-riillnu rrrnrilril hl piny li t'ir imhlle nml irp, who hine ltrn tin inlnienx In precl iliu Ini; It tie I'lt-t Ilil uf tlie aruaen. Mat. Tomorrow, 50c te $1.50 M-.ATS TWO W I.IKs ANfl. Chest, at I9t& S Direction Fred D. ed M. E. F.i." 11 A. M. Contlnueua Hlinlni: u n . - Sf 2 DAYS " D. W. Griffith's Masterpiece "WayDewnEasf Next Wrrk nircrtt bhew Kvrr err l REX BEACH'STSiP CREATURE conductor BEN TURPI -? CDUM Ol'.Mls,( mmjlli. Travcltalka Celer Viewa Motion Picture. renuht. 8iiB irpi A Wp) , ion.ur..5e 1.7niL' NnTirri.i- ORPHEUM t'"nanlewn & Cheiu ORPHEUM PLAYERS In" " "Bought and Paid Fer" "hfcTROPOlITANwKVX.,, I)ESMONDa0OI!PilM jivAUFAAtc n 1'MiLts as; 'jy DUMONT'S UJ" Aiuii-Kv,,.., B, Mil. Mn, l ,i ... . . i CIWMFTT vuci nij . "T f ....... ".vii ininsireu .1H.-.HII aiiiit.-irsii, JAM AIH Mil ii,! CLARENCE WHlTEHILL, BaVitenS I ALEXANDER SCHMULLER,Vie!iniit I Ttcfctta erilepiU'a, me Chf.leut Slrt MJSF Milk ffl,WVV k & Invalids f IN TtUftKlSFTBATH tiTlT Afr lliK).-Mj.ii Charltim Alulrawa i WMCJJL. Eli F JW i JalP1 1 ! ALDIN NEWMAN 1 11 r Ulrectlnn Htanlty Company et Amarta NINnTEKMTlt AND MAHKKT 11 A. M. TO 11 P M. AGNES AYRES w mn atMiRiiT rAnicnn btekt "The Lane That Had Ne Turninc" AnnFn JOBUPH HOLLMAN, CHW mttS'-'L' r-llfllltl MKt. T.nni- NEXT WEEK . WALLACE REID VICTORHERBERTVtenr fATON) SIXTnnNTU AND MAIUCET 11:30, 1:20. 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES T1IK COLOH8AI. HPECTACLn F1Ej gfaAlPCAlEWSB U 1 11121 1 l.D 1 ... i.StJKAlf CAST H12AI)i:i) UV Rudelph Valentine Massively staged, wealth of costly settings, countless number of people, faultless direction. DAILY, 35c, SOc EVENINGS, SOc, 7Se Saturdays ami i Uav Kvrnlnr Prleai TdSiriftm- M W BROAD and CHESTNUT 11:30, 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:39 nxcuyivn nnsT hiiowine BETTY COMPSON IV vW PnMOINT PTCTTTHB "THE LAW AND THE WOMAN" mirrn r-nnAt rrmr FITCTI'I "THE WOMAN IN THE CASE" r'.re ninen t in past DAI MV 1-i1 makket riLitEi ie a m toil in p. u. RUDOLPH VALENTINO .fftP CONQUERING POWER" A D r A HI A 10TII & CHESTNUT V:"JUDGMENT' victeria .wass PEARL WHITE nvrr.usivn nnsT pjiesentatien The Virgin Paradise A STOUT OF TUB Jt'.NnLFS C APITfll bTH & lrAKKBT ,llilJLt 11 A M (nMisP.lt "SILENT YEARS" REG1LNT l.UI it ilAKKKT Tiicnc are no vtr.T.ATNy GLOBS JL.11 t-it A.SLI MVIII.CT jju 11 TO 11 tontinijeus VM'nrvn.uEj "EARTH TO MOON" OIHCR ACTS WORTH HIlr.n BROADWAY sYW1? VAlDrlVll.l.tA." mm a AND CONSTACI! TAI jrADQE r M VN' 'As A I- Mil" DDnAr-ttl" "nl Kv!" i tJM.JJU .matin-ee Toiiennow BILL1E BDRK In noelh Tnrklnntnn'a Orealrit Comedy THE INTIMATE STRANGERS SEATS M:i.I 1NO I ORTHE LASTWEEK GARRICK Last 2 Evgs.V' Mat Tumor e JKKBpS; NEXT KK I A IS SELUNO tfAM 11 HARKl-j I'liirnii I ut K 1 jn l WELCOME STRANGER wh GEORGE SIDNEY fTORREST THEATRC IUIU I-'1 V - NO N - D. W. Griffith's as run epie t it 111 -ITRV w -, , riLtue rh . f . . c li t y i. r i A w DAtitE de dc AM0VR Sth A ( lir.tn-' si Ann'wtrtary Wetk DAHCELANDt Oil. .t M, ,,,! 1 The Phct te UancA SDANCINGfi.' a MM.M iii (i) MNirnnrvK areNiGHTN;-i reNiGHts: () W , n s,..(l.iN - t n-rr.nwVri'i LITH'S THEATRE' H 0 U D I N I A WAih.ll iritr Litis c:,i?f Ul'FiIAI. AMJI li lMJATOltB , , Fanny WATSON SISTERS Kiiti B p) JM WWL "I lerrut Aim. & Artel .Ida IVIntltrei,, J.':U ntL'i':" M" C4u5l i tltli ri. ANI lt ELLA RETrORD-:, rameu. Atfti'Mvn i laacuwi i ' Trrt-y m a""" tomorrow at nun M men r.m i PHiAnunwrsTuA rei TSCIIAIUOMSIO MOl HSOUOHKY. Y lilllliiin Tl PSIIA1 KVK., JAN. St Philadelphia Operatic Society "The Queen's bee Handkerchief" hy JOHXSN HTH Vl'HH r.llillnit ( iit ( llnriia uf IQ0 nmriN nuc Vv.eu b u.nl AeuJ. A llriilie'ii. II IU rl uJ' '" - : ;;- m; 1 H it xs. t: 'iij1 ,' "t f. " r t! I h. u $ S 0 ,b 4".' Y fj w At , a I . B n 1; " t ft i u 61: CASINO tAS9MM TROCADERO IRTK . . ... " Jr s i -vt -, V J-v ,1" &NUW. y':fe'