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tftjn 'r. 1 1 , rvi tency Wynne Sees Stunning Costume Parties Being Arranged Before MacArthur-Brooks Wedding Jn 'Palm Beach Other Matters Talked About , , WHAT ft rcry nmnrt cwtumrMr. Arthur Errtlcn Ncwbeld, Jr., in ; -tnir tllMP (InVR! I SAW her en '. r-i.-.tniit etrcel Testerrlnv carcfullv J flicking her war nlena the street and dodging bp near biilliilnsn, just n I , wte, te' cscitpp the mud whlr-h the fruits eInjr moter1 ttnih up en the 'pavement, nd which nbieUttelv ruins your clothes - If It one tnuMiei thera. "" Rhe wasv wwirln; e long, gray cent, trimmed) nt the eoller with gray fur, nd a.Wieu'tler crip was nttnchcit-frein the hack of 'the cellar and reached te the waistline. Her hat was a smnll ' toque tit Riny, 'and nlie were gray ullk .steeklnirs, black patent leather a'lppcra, tray gloves and a jrmnll gray silk hand bag. She looked extremely well, and I de' hope she reached bcr destination without 'having her lovely costume spoiled. rfJIIRRE will be much entertaining in I A. rnlm Hcncn ier itraiie uremweu Bpwks, Mrs. Stetcsbury's daughter, sfhe Is te be married for the second time en Valentine's Day at the Stotes Stetes bury home down there; I hear the How Hew ard F. Hansells have gene te Palm Beach te attend the festivities before the wedding as well as the wedding it self, and they are occupying a cottage together with Sidney Thayer. you knew Mrs. Hansen was Mildred NacArthur, and she is agister of Brig adier General MacArthur, who Is the bridegroom -'elect. He is a son of the late General MnpArthur, of Detroit, Mich., nnd did fine work In the recent war. The Heward Hansells have an apartment nt 135 Seuth Eighteenth afreet, and have lived here ever since their marriage. Of course, Howdy has always lived here; his father is Dr. Hanscll, you knew. They gave a large party en Saturday. Mrs. Brooks has been, at El Mirasol lnce last Tuesday. Mrs. J. Kcaraley Mitchell, Mr. Stetcsbury's daughter, Is also down there, stepping with her father and stepmother. She was Fan nie Stetcsbury, you knew, and is a ilitcr of Mrs. Sydney Hutchinson. QUITE a number of debutantes have gene up te Yale te attend the Prem this week. Although I have heard of the going, I have net heard the actual date of the Prem, but I suspect It was last night, nnd probably the festivities will go en Inte tonight. When you go te Yale you just naturally prepare for a , straight round of geed times from the minute you land there till you leave. Banning Grange, Eleaner SleanjB nnd Jean Rlley all left yesterday and Lydia Clothier went up te stay with seme friends ever the week-end and te be there for the festivities. Won't they gll have a wonderful time. TMD you "car the Muzzy WnrburtonsJ WnrburtensJ U have a small son? This, is their second babv. nnd Mrs. Warburton Is the most devoted little mother. She was Rese Lancaster, you remember, and Is a very pretty woman. They lave apartments at the Longacre this ' winter. YOU" de get wild these days when you are a pedestrian and some one 'sweeps off tHp end of your nose with the cdtre of his or her car by dashing Middcnlv before you without R note of " warning? Still I could net-but.be t amazed the ether dny when n girl you 't knew nnd I knew came airily along , ' the etrcet nnd rushed Inte a garage ifnst In front of a man and girl, .with VtSut a sign of a horn or toot of any s1ldnd. ... -. . a The man in question sharply re , marked, and T UcT net blame him : ' "Why didn't you blew your horn? ;. end, with amazing impudence, the ladv, e called, answered sweetly: "Why ' don't yen leek where you're going, you , peer boob?" , , Such are manners up te datel NANCY WYNNE. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Miss Mary RIdgely r iter, daughter f the Rev. Geerge Calvert Carter and Mrs. Carter, of the nectery, Bryn Mawr, who will be ene of next season s debu tantes, wilt be formally presented te society at a tea which her grandmather. Mrs. Edwin N. Bensen, will glve en Saturday, October 7, at Lynnewced, her place at Chestnut Hill. One of the most Important of the June weddings will be that of Miss Helen Hepe Wilsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Wilsen, of 1841 Spruce street, and Mr. Rebert Deckert. Mr. and Mra Carl Neldhard Martin, of 408 Mereland avenue. Chestnut Hill, Will p-lvn a. tea en Friday. October 6, te formally present te society their daughter, Miss Evelyn Martin. Mrs. Martin, accompanied by Mrs. Holllns Helllns liead W. Tayler and her daughter, Miss l'elly Tayler, of Chestnut Hill, will hall en April 26 en the Paris for France te bring Mlv Martin back from Paris, where she has been attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Tayler will glve a dance during Easter week In honor of MIbs Pelly Tayler. A subscription costume dlnner-dance Will be given en Tuesday evening, Feb ruary 28, at the Whltemarsh Hunt Club. The committee In charge Includes Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Coxe Yarnall, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Earle, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Page, Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Hmlth, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Emlen rewbeld and Mr. and Mra. Stunner Rulen-MUler. The guestB who will attend the opera 2Hp',er tn'8 evening which Dr. and Mrs. Themas O. Ashton, of Rcdlenf, Wynne Wynne weed, will give in honor of their dauch- V ' . MB, Anne Ashton, In the foyer J, the Academy of Music, will Include Miss Clntra Ellis Miss Margaretta -ise rourrisen, miss Ruth Packard, Mr. Lawrence Smith. Mr. Cecil Creuse, Mr. Gcoree Glbbs, Mr. Frank A. Sar L Jr"Jlnd Ml'- Charles Davis. The thiHi8 h0 vYl" nttend the card Party eVnnMl8? Asnt0' will give this nft lctn lri. h0l,0p of M,H8 Virginia Hcck efa fh0?J erK'iBement te Mr. Bar wnT ,M'.??d0,,wa', "ently announced, wm include M'ss Dorethy Browning Karft TMl88 Ci5tr0. E18- Mlss MB? arlnn ti nar? H"lsen. Miss Knth- KPllfc ,Dcrttte;iBJa,t.,c8E,Can0r I?Unn'nS awSMu Starr and her debutante be "at Lrni:.8 SarAh. ,Legttn stnr-. will Kebmarv9"0, en AFriliy afternoons In tlieirZ'...0"! UJ?"1 8 "'clock, at ford tSS""1!1 .? tha Bellevue-Strat-wrd. Ne cards have been sent out. brother m? ?'. ,Su,llvan "d her l0 Hetel m Km r Yerk. "" Samuel Jnfn9IniRSW,eI ttnd the mete" at hnf f ?0lB l lne street, who nru ' 5uarvn?1,S?tu.r'lar' afternoons In Feb. ui.h.,r . " A..' "" o'clock JVIUl! iim r.V" i .."!.. ":.'" J'" "r Lviiiote- "m." bcuh, xvirs Will am AUhiv0nM.rai;? ay. Mrs- Wllllan a WssEmMv',hCJy,r,e" rrlce Maule and been tVy Ceursy. Ne cards have ' lanur whe1 0'assw. of Londen. Eng Eng iiie.V )?, .nnB bcen entertain d as thV of WwnMA,a,V! Mra Randal Morgan, mi,. i moor' ,:a8t Willow Greve a.va- ?e Va's'nCen" C?" " fr V,'U etSDrR ,m!i" m W?J'0 m'fI. daughter ' llamnt ,n ai-r?' llcnry K Mulfeid, of fera.,iC,?,ufl ha IssiiPd Invitations Febnia?SVur1ty .en Haturlay uftorneon t ver"tatrySh1e8r,e."jrh0n0r f MrS' "wurd latt n"in!!"aI F'nd,y Brown, of bum .' a. i.,it'L..ch.t,tnl,t ""' ' entertain ' as her guest ever tha week-end Mrs. WffimFffiME ra J wnVfj Constance Conn. Laniberten, of Greenwich, Mrs. Samuel Il'ndn Themas, of 2020 De Lnncey place, will give . fair en Saturday March 11. ,for Uie. benefit of the Philadelphia Animal Rescue League. The Musical Art Club" will give a Val entine dance en Tuesday evening, Feb runry H, at the clubhouse, 1811 nan stead street, , Miss Mirlen Cahtr Doneahuc, dobu debu dobu tnnte, dauRhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. Chart D. DoneRhuc, of 6733 Emlen street. O r mantewn, who has been spending a fnrtn'Rht In Baltimore, -wilt return home this week. Mr. and Mrs, Scholleld Andrews, of 916 Clinten street, are at Atlantic City, nt the Ambassador Hetel. Mrs. Jehn C. Perry and Miss Uuth' Ann Perry, of Klltlns Park, left en Saturday for Lake Placid, N, Y,, for the winter sports, where they will spent a month at the clubhouse. Mis Perry returned a few days age from ISasten, where she was a truest at a heuse party at Lafayette College. Invitations have been Issued for a supper dance te be given at Villa nova Cel, ego en Monday evenlng, February 27. A htsterlcat pareant will' be given en Wednesday evenlng, February 22. In the auditorium of the Yeung Friends' Association, Fifteenth and Cherry streets, by the General Muhlenberg So ciety O. A. R., assisted by a mixed rtuartet under the direction of Miss Eugenie Goldsmith, president, Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Kern, Jr.. have returned from their wedding trip te HermudA and New Orleans and are new occupying their new apartments en Barry and Sherman reads. Chicago. Mrs. Kern will be remembered as Miss Marie Annette Dougherty, of this city. Mrs. Laura Taulane, 2260 North Bread street, will give a luncheon awl bridge party at the Bellevuc-Stratferd en Thursday, February 16. 8TRAWBERRY MANSION Mrs. William M. Lewis, of 19 H North Thlrty-secend street, will give a thcatre party this afternoon In hnnnr rf hrr daughter. Miss Mildred Betty Lewis. Mr, and Mrs- Lewis and Miss Lewis will leave en Saturday for Cuba and Flerida, where they will remain a month. Mr. and Mrs. Abrnhiim nnhin . ome North Thlrty-thlrd. streeti anneunce the engagement of their daughter, Miss hum uDin, te Mr. Arthur Stelnfleld, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Stelnfleld. Mrs. D. Landau, nf 2411 Hn.ii, m- t'eth street, announces the engagement i. """Bluer, ;uish ueciua bandar, te Mr. Bert Miller, of Clarement, N. II. GERMANTOWN Tne marriage of Miss Chariet v-1erJHr' aaugnter or Mr. nnd Mrs. -Reb crt Cherry. Jr., of the Fairfax Apart mentfl. Scheel lane and Wayne avenue - win - win take place quietly at the Church of mm mr, . mine urieD. or uiprmne the EDlnhnnV nt tinnn nn Hafiimiflw Mrs A. Jacksen Sailer, slqter of the bride, will be the matron of honor and Mr. Oeorge Orleb, Jr., will net as best man. The Rev. Irving McGrcw will perform the ceremony. On Thursday uucrnoen eini. eauer win entnrtnm at a bridge party In honor "of Miss Cherry. Mr. and Mrs. Cherrv will elvn n. dinner also In honor of Miss Cherry en Friday QVCIIUIH, The Chorus of thn Weman1 Cluh nf Germantown will give a concert In cos tume te be followed by a dance at the Pelham Club, en Monday, February 20. Mrs. S. H. Burbank. of 6208 Wayne avenue, entertained sixty guests at a luncheon and bridge party last week. .The Hospitality Committee -of the Weman's Club will give a luncheon of elghtv-flve covers en Monday, Febru ary 20. The regular monthly dinner dance of the Philadelphia Cricket Club waa held en Thursday, February 24. Mrs. Alenzo Smith, of Walnut lane and Greene street, entertained at a luncheon and bridge party en Saturday February 4. There were sixty guests present Mr. and Mrs. Herace P. Deacon, of 5904 Wayne avenue, anneunce Uie en gagement of their daughter, Miss Helen Louise Deacon, te Mr. Wilfred J. Strleby, of Tamplce, Mexico. Miss Rese Mary Courtney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn J. Courtney, of 6539 Chew street, will be married te Mr. Raymond A. Nelan en Wednesday morning, February 22, in the Immacu late Conception Church, at Price and Ardlelgh streets. The Rev. Jeseph Sul llvam of St. Vincent's Church, wilt effl. elate. Mr. and Mrs. Edgnr Ashman, of 262 High street, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Grace Ashman, te Mr. Arthur Thncher Lukens. of Plymouth Meeting nnd Germantown avenue. WE8T PHILADELPHIA iilYlSn,,.8u S Mf' Chiirlea r. PeciC( of 646 North Fortieth street, will be glad te hear of his convalescence from his recent severe Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa -Shuran, of 909 Seuth Forty-seventh street, announce the engagement of their daughter Helen te Mr. Merris B. Mulhern, 0f this city. Mrs. William Kruger, of 328 Seuth Ferty-slxth street, entertained at a bridge party en Saturday afternoon. The guests were Mrs. Francis Faught. Mrs. William Jacksen. Mrs. Lillian Kruger, Mrs. Wendell Tredlck, Mra. William Bland, Mrs. M. Whitby ana Mrs. William Reese. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Smith, of 032 Wynnewood read, have as their guests Mr. and Mrs Velnev J. Vinten, of New Yerk, ever the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. James Exeter Clarke, of 6707 Warrington avenue, are enter taining Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Landls, of Hamilton, O. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward F. Heffman, Jr.. of Thirty-eighth and Locust Streets will entertain at a tea en Saurday uucruuuu, in uunur ui Mr. ana Airs, Charles 8. Lea, who recently returned te this city from Europe, MIsa'Nnn Van Zandt entertained the members of the Omega Phi Sorority at her home, 6623 Catharine street, The finest butter in America! 46 c lb Sold only in our Stores MMM mm NG'Tetmalffi MAWS .A aaaaaaaaWIHsfc ''AaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH kaaaaaaaH 'W't;waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal isHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH tii.H IxlWllcslllllllllllllllHrlaLIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB KV aaaaaKaaVaaaaaaaaaVaaaaLiiiiiiiV VM iH L" HtSlllBilllllllllllllllllllllllll j Photo by J. Mitchell Elliet MRS. RALPH B. STRASSBURGER Who la spending the winter at her country home, Normandy Farm, Gwynedd Valley en Saturday last The members ln nluded Mm W. Schneider. Mrs. H Rumpf, Miss Edith Scott, Miss Jesephine Sailer, Miss Margaret Warrington, Miss Helen Rusece and Miss Gertrude Sayers. The guest of honor was Mss E. Madeleine ration, of-Drexel HI1L Mr. nnd Mrs. Emll Frankel. of 1831 Seuth Fifty-fourth street, are rccelvlngi congratulations upon tne mrtn or a daughter, Evelyn Frankel, en Jan uary 25. Miss Berha RIchter, of Eighty-fourth and Lyens street, will loave for an In definite stay at Huntingdon, Pa, SOUTH PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wits, of 149 Rltner street, entertained last evenlnc In honor of the christening of their rem. Master Stephen Witz, Jr. Miss Helen Flclltz and Mr. Walter G. Assman were sponsors. Mr. Paul V. Reynolds, of 2642 Seuth Eighth street, has left for an extensive trip through the New England States and Canada. Miss Sarae Beeth, of 1409 Perter street, entertained inferrhally at hci home en Saturday evening. The guests ncluded Miss Grace Pound, Miss Elener McKernan, MI'i Jess Laudlman, Miss Jane Tuehy, Mlsa Mary Murphy. M'.ss Virginia Manning, Miss Helen Cellins Miss Marie Pound, Mr. Charles Tebln. Mr Rebert McFadden, Mr. Thcodert- Crawford, Mr. Jehn Clark, Mr. Charles Flnneran and Mr. Jehn Beuchman, MI33 Clair Bastlan, of 2442 Seuth Shoes Mere Than Fashionable Fashion has swung te the round, roomier tee and the low heel. These are Important elements of comfort and foet-efflctency, but the most Important one element the flexible arch Is net te be had with the round tees nnd low heels of ordinary shoes. And the flex ible arch is the achievement of modern snoe designing. In the Cantilever Sheey- Wemtn you will find, besides the fashionable type of heel and tee, an arch that Is flexible like yelir own. This shoe arch flexes with every step you take. It draws up when you lace the shoe te urnisn just tne degree of Support each ene of your arches needs. The unre- Hincieu ncuonier your root strengthens its muscies through exercise, prevents nnu corrects arcn weakness, and makes you icei ana ioek mere vigorous. " -ou - w?u,u "new the supreme comfort of the stylishly rounded tee. the low heel and the flexible arch. sllD your feet Inte Cantilevers. . They nre geed-looking shoes, well made of choice uiuicriuie, reuBunmiiy priced, and se easy en your feet that they are mere than fashionable. Wldth3 AAAA te E. Tills graceful oe Is made In black kid and brown kid. Alse In brown or black kid with cloth tops. CANTILEVER SHOE SHOP 1300 Walnut Street Over Cunard Office Ciinttlcrcr urr hIe an al Id ucurbr cltlem Altuena UeniAielm'B. 18UJ Eleventh Av, Aibury I'ark Uem Hhe Ce,, Uli7 Coekunn anulen C'urmn'n Hhev Stere, 111) JlreaJw :atnn- Majr'n. 4V7 .Norihuniiiten tit, lUrilclnirK lirner , 24 N. Si St. .lohnalewn '.atic'i Ban .Main Ht. .ancunter Frty'n, 9 K iat Klnir 6. Hening- 8elinerlr, 482 I'enn Hquar crantnr-Lwl A Rfllly. li WyemliiK Av "hanmkln B Illrh 4IU K. In.1cpnjnce I'rmten II. II. Voerhteii A Brn. ' Wl-kti-narn M. F. Murray, 18 Publle Pq. Yera-yTb JteB-'Taa. - V ' 1 ;, ft ' It- ll aa Lambert street, entertained the ' fellow ing guests at ner neme en sunuav eve ning: Miss Nan Tener. Miss Eleaner Gllbrldc, Miss Rese Durnlng. Mr. unarics Donanue, air. iwwin ningce Mr. Jehn Gill. Mr. William Nohte and Mr. Douglas Cull. Miss Helen Beylo. of 5348 Race street, formerly of this section, entertained at her henTb last evening In honor of the members of the Phi S'gma Tau Sorority. IMPORTERS. DESIGNERS AND MAKERS OF WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S APPAREL OP THE UlOltEST CHARACTER FOR MORE THAN TWENTY-SIX YEARS m GOWPJS WRAPS SUITS FURS BLOUSES LINGFRIE HOSIERY VW Spert Coats Styles That Are Different ' 22-50 te 49-50 Coats adaptable for every outdoor need unrivaled for ultra-jmart effect: Tweed fleece and bonnie Scotch tweeds, glowing plaids, and pole cloth mere effectively fashioned than ever. Very plain tailored effects, swinging te the raglans with large pockets, convertible cellars and leather trimmings. Spert Skirts, 9-95 te 14.95 Tweed leads,"but in new color mingles, and in any array of unusual styles. Plain tailored sport skirts, 9.95. New fringed side and sport skirts, 10.50. Wc Specialize PJ..,,.iMaMMaMaaMilMiamMMMiBMtMaMaJaaajaMaiiajMaJaJMaaaaaaaaaaaBBBBBiaBBB I Mann & Dilks 1102 CHESTNUT STREET LADIES' DEPARTMENT WE SPECIALIZE in the new and unusual things for Ladies and Misses--THE SPRING GARMENTS ARE HERE. 'IteMU MIM- Rete ctnMlitmtum Brt. Kvart Martin. i, Mis' Fiery Jordeh, ,MK V atey, Miss, Aines Kptlr, Mia VAhDLatV armnan. janKinsen Uilin HalDV. MIM Ami Anna Lane, MIM CeTla Kenny, Ml Frances Macreh, Miss Alvce Mcuaryey. Miss Mary Merlarlty MIm KthJS Mullln and Mlar Marie, Murpby. The Sorority wilt give a dance tomorrow events In the ballroom of (he Bitten house iHeteL Mr. Francis Devlne, of SIM Seuth Twentieth street, entertained at a din ner party en Sunday evening In honor of Mr. Jehn Hewell, of Newport, Pa. FRANKFORD - The Emergency Aid of.Frankferdwlll give a Inue cale at the' home ' of Mra. Banet. of Lelper street. Members of the Fortnightly will sing In a 'chorus. The soloists will be Mrs. Oliver Putts, soprano; Mra. Plttken, soprano, and Mra. Lillian Leldy, contralto. Mrs. Lewis Dick will give a reading. Mr. and Mra. William C. Tebbs an- neunce-the engagement of their daugh ter. Miss Ed.th May Tebbs, te Mr. Harejd W Haggard, of Wolfeboro. Mrs. C. Themas, of Arrett street, will entertain en Wednesday afternoon at a luncheon and card party at their home rer tne memners ei ner nve nun dred club. , Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Walter Martins, of 4833 Pcnn street, entertained at their home en Saturday evening: in honor of tne Dirtnany or tneir aaugnter, auss Edith Martin. These present were Miss Eiizaeexn xnunney. miss ueuy Harvey, MlBS.Mattle Martin, Miss Helen Carle, Miss Edith Ward, Miss Julia Dlddle Dlddle beck. Miss Julia Martin, Miss Kellar, Miss Mary Cenncly. Miss Anna Mariner. Miss Elsie Bachmann, Mr. Earl Mc Donald, Mr. William Gardner, Mr. El El weed Emberger, Mr. Jehn Parthln- helmer, Mr. William Ffau, Mr. Hugh McCann, Mr. Samuel Landherr. Mr. Theodere Landherr, Mr. William Qebe line, Mr. Theodere Clark, Mr. Oeorge Martin, Mr. Raymond Welsh, Mr. James 1ifi!TTT2iMK?l1'' Don't Be Fat It Causes Much Unhappiness SURPLUS FAT net only add years te year appearance and causes remtant dlneemrnrts bat alie means that your Organs are Impeded In useless fatty tlssnei. THINK what rcdneed weight would nean te yen la appear ance alone. And It's se easily aeceraplUhed by enr Rafe Nataral Methods of Baths, Manage, Simple BxereUes and Expert Treatments, which equal the famous "Spas" of Europe. BE VIVACIOUS have plenty of "pep," and get rid of that constant tired feeling. Visit Our Institution for Trial Treatment. Ne Obligation. COLLINS INSTITUTE matm tffa M taVt 1"V f t Offl. fl"t V 1 II ff l Jl run wuivilii lalueivlli Phene, Spruce 5M &$ V Cheaitaat Cvraar Twvlftk bottom tweed Spert skirts in large plaids, 10.00. Krepe knit sport skirts, 12.95. in Styles That Slenderize the Larger Weman SUITS AND TOP COATS Hudder.field English Tweedi and Fleeeet in New spring Stylei that are confined te ui. NEW CAPES Hudderafield Engliah Fabrict that are mett attrac tive In the new models. DIXVJLLE DRESSES The popular Cape Dresses in the DIXVILLE ranga are here cnly. Fine Australian wool fabrics that have jutj warmth enough without weight. SPRING HATS The new Peanut Straws, Silk Turbans and silk and straw combinations in spring shades and styles moder ately priced. WOOL HOSIERY Importations of Scotch Wools, Silk and Weel, and Camel s Hair m both plain and clex are still coming in. Weights suitable for every need. OTHER FURNISHINGS Ladies Underwear, Silk Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Mannish Neckwear, Gloves, etc., oil with a touch of some thing different and of unusual value. Mann & Dilks 1102 CHESTNUT STREET YAHDLIY At m Mutlnf of the Clvle Club en Thursday afternden a teetttre en "Cur rent Events" waa, given by Mr Au riatua J. Cadwallader. Mraj Walter Dllllslane spoke en "Tha Buperetltlen or oreuna hoi tr wwn n Elimination of Blllbearda and 'Over hanging Signs" waa read by Miss Ellaa bsth Mccormick. At the conclusion of the program tha Health Laws of the gtate were reaa uy r. uwun . me. ' NORFII8TOWN Mr. and Mra Thomaa T. Stile. 22 S East Jacoby street. Norristown, Pa. have announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Katharine H. Stiles, te Mr. Lucius E. Camblea, of West Phlla. delphla. A concert for tha benefit of the"Bel tau Weed Memerial will be held tn the Orand Opera Heuse of Norristown en Tuesday February tl. Mr. Harry A. Sykes Is In charge of the program The participants will be the Norristown Men's Chorus, the Octave Club Chorus. Miss Ruth Montague, Mlea Katharine Morgan, Miss Mildred Crawford, Mr. Renald O'Nell. Miss Helen C. Llvezey Is chairman of the work for Montgomery County. . Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Broadhurst, of 1125 Green street, have announced tin marriage of their daughter, Miss Agne Lillian BreadhUiat. and Mr. Melvln Hoxworth, son of Mr. and Mra Charles Hoxworth. of 406 West Lafayette street The marriage took .place at fclken, Md. en January 1, Mr. and Mra. Hex worth will live at 405 West Lafayettt street. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ehrnfehtt of 147 West Lafayette street, observed Mrs. Ehrnfeldfs fiftieth birthday anni versary by entertaining at a pig roast at their home I Denevue ueun nuiiaing u Ml 8 Walnut Street W SWEATERS MILLINERY SKIRTS PETTICOATS CHILDREN'S APPAREL NEGLIGEES Edward ,D. Olanaif , of inte1 weir, new Miss KathaXne Otauser, who Is a student at Vassar (jeiiege, nas ncen visiting ner parents for a few days? . ' f Judge and Mrs. William B. Broomall, of Chester, accemnanled by Mr. 'J. Frank Black, left a few days age for Deland, Fla,,' where' they will pass some' weeks i a the College, Arms. . I Mrs. William Tayler, of Media, enter-'' talned at luncheon a few days age In honor at her daughter, Miss. Eleaner , Tayler. The gucnts Included Ml? Kitty Broomall, Mlt-s Ruth Berden, Miss Eleaner Campion, Miss Chrlstlnn Hau mutn. Miss Deris Jacksen, Miss Virginia Berden, Mlrs Louisa Little, Mlsn Betty Maeky, Miss Mary Franklin Sharpies, Mlsa Katharine H bbcrt, Miss Careline Warner and Miss Mary Elizabeth Wil liamson. Mrs. Trimble Pratt has returned te her home In Media from a stay at Atlantic City. Mr. Charles J. Pilling and his daugh ter, Miss Jesephine W, P.lllng, of Lnns Lnns dewne, salleU from New Yerk en Satur day en the Empress of Scotland for a six weeks' Mediterranean cruise. PHIT.A.'O T.HADINa THRATTtFK fMerrTIUM OF FAZ J J aHt'T'lH eHetTNUTST.' operXImeuse SHUBERAT Li;E I OAIIY MATS. AT 2 IS tVE5 A1 t) IS TSlUMPHANt nUftN Of AMtRICA) fOStriOIT JINSINC COH(ttNNt NORA BAYES WITH A NIW COMMW IN A NtW CVClt or SONGX AND AN AIL STAR Bill Or 9HUBCRT VAUOEVIllf. Trlt M'CORMACn'l THCUINATIC BAKERS KMUALOreSINCCO. I HOKTONS-LaTRISKA AM TMt MUtlCA COMIDV IT A. CARL McCULLOUGH IS IN eftlSHT BITS Of TSAVHTV M AKLMUst WILLIAM SIT5 ftVEV 7 T . T1URS MAT $1. lSATIwr'1.50 HODGE IN'DOG LOVE' ?SHUBEKrgv 5056 Mat. Tomer., Beit Seat; SliSO THIRD ANNUAL PRODUCTION GREENWICH VILLAGE FOLLIES ALL-STAR CA8T TED T.KWtS. IRF.NF. FRANKT.TN. JOF. E. IIROWN. t'l.A HIIAKON, GORDON DOOLF.Y niRD M1I.ISMN. WAFWIIT L Specisl M.t TV nLll U 1 Tomer., 50e te $1.00 FAREwr.i.i. te tiif. met-ti,kt:d. OF 1'IAV or TUB VPI JOHN GALSWORTHY'S THE SKIN GAME "A PLAY or RF.AL I.ITF.RARY MKRIT AND HRAMVT1C VALUE." EVKNINU IIVM.RTIN. Only Seven Mere Performance! Mat. Saturday 50c te $1.50 NEXT HEEK SEATS NOW SELLING wmoetx j HAY TURK HOtnWQODt-CIIMtTON fHlXDAl CHICAGO OPERA COMPANY Metropolitan Opera Heuse Ilre.id and Pepl.tr Strrrtx Entire Week, Beginning Feb. 27th filx Evening and Saturday Mntlnee SPECIAL SEASON SALE CHOICE OF ANY THREE OPERAS Price" t SIO.SO, S1T.05, $13.40. $13.10. $10.4.1. SH.IIO. M.flO, $4.DS. Ileirsi $302.50. $230. $137.50. $77 (t ix Intl.) At Weymann's, 1108 Chestnut St. 77ii' tale begin February 7th and end February 13th. s Single Sale begins February 16th. Ne Season Tickets Meld after that date. RETKBTOIREi Haleme. In Junxlrur de Notre IJ ime. Komro ft Julrttr, IVIIfn. t Mellande, Mannu Vnnni, Tunn hieKiKer, Thp .IeeU of llir Madenna. ARTI8TS1 ilardem Muriterei RiUti M ineni HiklaneITi V-n (iordeni lllmlnli Johnaent sehwartu Ilufrnnei Ijment. I.uitarl, I'm Icr-Oukr slinky Dulteti 1'olarce. principal conductor. ALDINE THEATRE Thertnut ut 101b ffirrtiiiin or Fred. I). & SI. E. Felt 11 A if. Contlnueua SbewliiB 11 V M LAST TIMES QALA TRIPLE HILL ."The Iren TraU" TDC li DC OL'EST CONDl'CTOR OF LnLnltar. ai.dines ORCHESTRA AUGMENTED TO 00 MUSICIANS. Bill. CREATORK CONI)l"Cra AT 8:16 7 15 AND O.i'O BenTurpin in bright Eyes" COMMbNCINO NEXT MONDAY Nazimova in "A Dell's Heuse" rilOr IRSCN'H OREAT DRAMA ALSO 1I1II...'S r.WIIRITK IIAUIIONE rKl.Q FFHBF.TTI ffia ACADEMY OF MUSIC MSM METItOPOl 1TAN (ll'KKA CO.. N. . lunlk-ht Lien Carles Mine' t H:00 I'unsrlle, Trlml, I)e tlitzeniur. Sunrlellim. MM I.uni. nidur. fend. Paul. Friday nt 8:110. Saturday nt 8:13 l'HU'.MM'XI'llIA 01t('III in. II It'll IIAMlk ' " Peat Acud. & Ueppe'H. I i IU Climtnuill MF.TR0POMTN OI'FKA HOUSE HBffAi FEBRUARY 14. 8:1S ..... ., JOHN M'CORMACK Tickets S1.00 l.SO.tS.M ?.50 Nmt at Oi.er Heuse and Werremn'K, linn rhr.lnut Hf. SWARTHMORE CLUB HOUSE" SWARTH iNIB, PA FRIDAY EVE.. FEB. 10, AT 8MB VIOt IN RECITVI n y THEODORE SPIERING , Seatn tl.Bn. nn tale t fiib Heim WITIIEHM'OON HAM, Choir of Old St. Peter's Church In reiltll ll PillM'lli (Hfl m lr M.Iks) wfii. FVti . ri:n. !.i. Hiin Tlrkrt. at lleitne'ii ,1(lc tn ?.ll) EMMETT WELCH MiMtrafe is,ttrs-"rwe ORFIIANB OP TUB STOaU" i- a ,Mra, Bdwan Cheitlr, Tiave moved home. Their daughter, yaak W I aa-jBaf fl bbWH mmlKj bb I r McKAYMORRIS X If IS4) Ib!SbMb9 JaPBltllfl IMA TURKISH ATH t k AVKV ml ?-i m 1 1 f. ....L.-w . .. . . m mt3 1. fliflKittiiriin Anv -uajw a -',. . 1 A. U TO It l. U Vf ! COMEOT. NOVEI.TT. MURtr. HAROLD LLOYD IN rtnUT n-J;vTATTOV Jft"& . Mft m a mm .am ma a m.m aa & t "A aMlAJK-MAUE. HUITJ( , The rntnen' Orcrn sr.' cer tttiti arttlrllna F.rr.r i AND WAT AT n"tn .IN $M "CARMAN" W "THE FOUR SEASONS. Tru.y M e.unent CESARE NESI THE ADlflltAlll.K n.NOn MARKET AT SIXTEENTH T"trn wtir.K FIRST TIME AT POPULAR PRICES HORSEMEN ePthe Apecafyp$e TUB JrCJT nniLLIANT CAST BVKIt AM'IKMRLED ts.roe PrniON"1! headed tit . Rudelph Valentine DAILY 35c, SOe EVENINGS 50c, 75c "ntii-'a. nml lle'ulii - r n.t,, 11:30, li30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9i30 Vl BROAD and CHESTNUT 11:30, 1:30, 3:30. 5:30. 7:30, 9:31 ' FIRST PRESENTATION OP NEW PARAMOUNT PICTURE CECIL B. DE MILLE'S LATHST "SATURDAY NIGHT" , Mammoth Entertainment aael AH the Beauty and Thrill of a Lifetime CONCERT ORCHESTRA lALALC 10 A. M te 11:1.1 P. M "BOOMERANG BILL" LIONEL BARRYMORE ARCADIA lUTii a cat.di.NLT 10 a. si. te ii:i$ f. u "JANE EYRE" Frem Nevel V1UUK1A Uil. . ....U.L.K n a. . te 11:13 e. it "TEN NIGHTS IN A BARROOM'1 CAPITOL b'Ut a AIAKUkSr 10 A. M. tn 11:15 p M. JOHN BARRYMORE "LOTU8 BAiUU" REGENT 17TH & MARKET POL.A NEGRI In TUB LAhT PAYMENT VjLUDE i te ii ce.NTiNuuua VAUDEVILI.IB Julia Kellety m,,';0 eiru InTu.- OTHER ACTS WORTH WHILE RROADWAY bread t snyder ALLFGHENY FKD- alleeheny ALLtuncn i AUU THIS wi:kk Great Northern BnAD mm "Queen of Sheba" AT nneDWAY AND AI.t r-niirJNY BETTY BLYTHE THE STAR Or THE PICTURE HERSELF AT EVERY PERFORMANCE nnA a r tepuir price DlJJU .MATIN'IE TOMORROW CHARLES Dlt.LlNOHAM Presents The Irish Players i em the bbp T''"atrc, Du'i'ln, n The White-Headed Bey FORREST THEATRE TWICE DAILY. 'J S W. 5TH BIG WEEK " D.W. Griffith's Dramatic Epic sfsLti k" iiH SYMPhCi.N 1 .n.t'ilESTHA GARRICK '-AHT - Popular Price VinnniVIV WEEKS Mat Tomorrow "Any yokel knew 3 2 and 2 make four but te eU It for ."1 that's bunlnew" a) lug" of se'-nn In WELCOME STRANGER With GEORGE SIDNEY B. F. KEITH'S 1 JACK N0RW0RTH 1 , Tn tjnnr.l1'ft A itiPI mil ti.-i.. D GRACE HUFF & CO. Prentln "THE TRIMMER" Ed.Lss WROTHE c MARTI N Oww In a Cnmedv, "NOW Cheittr-SPENCER & WILLIAMS-L.C In "Pl'TTINQ IT OVER" RIO ALI-SVMI HURROUNDlNO THE LIGHTNER GIRLS i and NEWTON ALEXANDER FUiiiHttmiiuuiiiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuuitttiitiiiiiniiuiffli At uii.Aiv or n sit SAT, AFT., FEB. 25, at 2t30 RACHMANINOFF CO.Nt'KUT or .MUSIC FOR PIANO Tickv s new, Heppd's A Acad, lles Oflte. IJi-eriinn r j reiav. Hicinwttv l'tsn ORPHEUM Oermtttitewn i. Chelten Jtl llbWlYl VB,n e ()) 2jjB CRPHPUM PLAYERS In S "THREE FACES EASWM CASINO ".Wnut. Mkc, STANTON! JU ,a3S.j l , if 'm'l aSBsl iw&vi r m VyXa 5l '&! m ! J: '-ll M i m I i VJ M M "! .1 ! 1 1 "M y. M I'i 41 6 M 'S?! mm sfcaj rM i ' ;t i s ,' . , 'HZ. . TSV i Shi i1 ' .,! i,i,a j&L i, - iiV .MM. r. . ,m. mmti&mtP' .4ti'il 'fWSVti Aftt.jr tu-mtp.. ;&.$.v? u .. iAMAHft;..jC' .a&mtv&frx ii'T?r.. . lif.iiBllliTaWUHMHKBSdEsJBHDHn lffiilnMlMMfiiMlMUirriItri iTTi i . lBrMMMMfBlMM Jit I di atAv. k& t tk:is . vvr. h ? L.Mi .