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f1"V ffih "y f'Sf GOSSIP ABOUT PEOPLE gjCy ffyme Speafe e Anether June Wedding She Luncheon tin ,ou henr that Esther Ward and TV" : ici-.fc.li will b married en ' ?w"pt.m. 1 v? She U a W Imlna rJS'iSha "often visited here, 8&e fet a ..fv r te school and te - """i 1a. in, Munex'a) te camp), ae ' S&& ?&! many && vr.li. ineiudinc t,v,?-r ' PS."'.S new Hi who Bettr Elliett raw, MSJEi ifiie Heynlger, who bar I Union , Se ,'ce hcr marriage, W.': ( 'ethers. If I n net mis . J0tEhr i" ihf..Prestdet of the f JlfflR- ann p and tetfi W 1M JW1. "V If ttiin, "D" ',B Witmlnsten. She is and popular ai . .. Mm. Ch ft'K Her fiance comes from Charles . Wird. Mcr ",?,"v ,,.,i,,i nl Center- V tta. f?.wVvilmlniten. where the grille. ; '," . ...ntm 11.. ! nnrl V Tell Tnles." in one of the boxes 'i .a viflHT the Mask and mc : TDi .;.,. .1..,. "T(1ii lath? 3Fv.fi Sirs Geerge Wharten Pepper Xii we-Mr. Pepper Is one of ,il gar. 1 their show. '. WllMnglen, ""... r,if en,1 Mr. S Sine Isn't "that interesting' Sen Hardlnf. w V.'t. Whurtnn Pentier V "" i.M ten Mr. reppcr in e u ww there, tee jir. d th St that tlw i audience was most enthu '.'."Vi": il have some splendid KVtwi actors and actresses in this itt Don't you agree with-me after Srfag cn that show and "Why tr. rWAB sorry te hear of the death or I vL' Charles F. Unwind last Satur- I Z In Paris. " Mrs. Hcrwinu nu ue. h W..!a t..ji..-i,tr Mrs. H. Herman 2.I.. in that city for several months, tt'tba ahe had lived in Phllade -S at Wynnewood and at the Rltz "HV. , Aldini. One of her daughters Jrtta Bebcr E. Strawbrldge. who it K:.rf.. ii.rtni1. nml Anita M Htrawhrldie ! r irand S!..wr Nee came out in this city tawnier and was en, of the most, . ?.,:. IVihe debutantes. Twe ether EiinterselMrs. Berwlnd are Bareness SS Kltet and Bareness Gertrude von BeecUin. wr. " .- pnery ii ltr- MB8. ALEXANDER VAN ItENS BELAER is geln te give nlunoh nluneh MB next Monday, the 8th. In he Red SJn of the Bellevue te meet the offl effl m and Beard of Managers of the gSnen's Church Institute. A great Sny people are Interested In the In Smite, which does wonderful work imeni the sailors. Have you ever gene Sewn there en 8unday evenings? On Tkuriday evenings they have siml ar iDtertalnments. tee, if I am net mls tihn. Several hundred men arc given a supper and entertainment ana aiicr tird there is n service in the chnpel. Once a month different girls and men te down and wait en the tables nnd help with the entertaining. Seme of the tlrls who have gene down en different MCtilens are Mary nnd Elizabeth How Hew lud, Nancv Barclay. Mary Fnhnesteck, Jettphine and Elizabeth Thompson, CUrle Smythe. Betty Boyd, Margaretta ltd Sarah Harrison and lets of ethers. OUT en the Main Line a May Fete Ii being planned in aid of the hutltute's building fund, for eventually ' trr want te erect a new building siml- lir te the one In operation in New Tork. The fete will be this Friday at Merlen Community Association rounds, en Hazlehurst avenue, at Mer- lei. Mrs. T. uunran wneien is cnair Ban -of the fair. There will be general dancing ami a dancing competition in thine of Mrs. Frank Mess nnd Mrs. William Norris. Music hns been vol unteered by the Haverford College Band. A tennis tournament will be run by Sarah Nellson Madeira, who herself Is a well-known player, and there will be a Dewer market, including plants nnd Vegetables, under the direction of Mrs. Lanrden Lea, Mrs. Hcnrv Bailv and Mri. Percy Simpsen. Mrs. Tnemns 0. Aihten and Mrs. Charles Perkins Will have a Punch and Judy show and Mm. Heward Elscnbrey will be In tharte of mevfes. 'There will be all aorta of ether fascinating things te de and buy, and in cane of rain the fete will be postponed until the next day. Bet we are having such lovely weather Ian sure there will be no such ralara-te- NANCY WYNNE. " SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IjAn Interesting engagement announced ' iA ln ew Yerl 's that of Miss ? 9trlc Helt, daughter of Mr. nnd Sri. Hamilton Helt, of New Yerk, nnd r. Bnnnr.tH Hvn.ni.., t- Hn -. I-.j ,-. Vi "jM.,uvin, ill.! nun ui u,. ) i"4. Brandreth Symonds. also of A The marriage will take place ( lrJtyA May .:7. a S"nset Hill. k. ..ij . "" e Rummer neme or 5i.flLd' t. wents. M'm Helt It. a iranadaurhttr f Ar. r... r ir.i. I', Mv.-?1dant; 0" hcr mother's side, S.u?..ii8 "oPklnsen. a signer of the , isErf',?1 inuependence. sne la a. ' SS?..t tn" Jun,or league. Mr. Sv- waTin .. ." ,auale et t-ernell. '17. He Wfa i5 xmbulance service In France Wti IJPl UlJlte1 stntM entered the ta a HiT.h'i ?r ? s,e.cend lieutenant me sixth Field Artillery, 'arKii'lv.V"'- nlchard M. Cadwalader. abrei en! I'nceV Place, who have been Ionia teveral months, have arrived i u1:.?-4. M. K'lward H. Yerk. 5 .. r.'S.'..'ln(!.atteiided the weddln .1r.. tlaueliter of Mr. Hurd. nnd Mr. Mijj Dorethv Hurd. 1'" "r- C. nuBsell C5?-'st"wera, or Chestnut him. n-iiirh teeicDl.c. i ii,1l ''".estnut Hill, which tat riln?nlnSLIWen Ma,,, en Saturday '. returned he me yesterday. en an5U,'hio.whe wl" n,tend the lunch. 52.5a theatre nartv tedav whirl, Mm gxabeth Wayne Rebert t !? par,v ,eUa' wh'c Mrs. iut Hiii U?tper,- "f.Wolverten. Chest- n JSJtnh'SK' dauBj'tcr of Mr. and m Binnin.ayn''- Jr- wn Include KSnbJ mW. anransf- M8S Eleaner T. Era , la f Lv,,?,or?.,,l,L."rewnl'"f netl' wnistin. Kdi5. Cl0hler. Miss Mary Klin, w, Al"leten, Miss Marv 1 &deIM,'erFi,.,eS M?Mlcba"el. M vfc W' Weed? Sm,lh ana MBS Anna- 8860 nern,!"lam n- Geedman. Hill win cr.m,an,nwn nenuc. Chest tfrlnt ewn 5lve ,a d?nM nn ThanltH Cricket Ciuhn? 1 ,,le - Philadelphia J" Suian i ln-henr of hcr nlcceH. Tu'l L i --,v., nun nuxs uiiz Mra JcS?&...dulrter of Mr. ant ud SVSSnK ft? bridge ZFVtt V" wl" atten.l fftwnoen which v?. U?W tomorrow Jen. daughter Sf Mnlss JK1'J1beth Ror Rer k? BortenVii Mir.,..and.Mr.s- 8ta" 8ta" Charlten street niv,.,i'u .,,cr beme, r"t Hill in, ""d Allern lane. Chest. Jfr- Jesenh 1 ' ia.UB,,,er ' Mr. and Ilsn... """! .,10 vTra McHenfv mi. ' .,,nP"i Mrs. 'Kd- ' J1,! Margaret 'wn1.88 t-1,rl"tiiie Halter. frrd. yMgjJ. nMlss Lillian fflney. i:inlin,i,-'a.9?.ni Paficpast. Miss ,?"c l;mlinrHi- ;., '" ' ancenst, Rl fe' Vlv in lie lin.?!11?? 0ttlll Merrl ten and ,M..,.,at,.Le. --Mlsa Marth v.. , " ",ary Norris. Mn'Si0"!1 W' Martha ' I"' give r chilrt"..?' -021 P'"e "trect. lKftwnoen teS! 1,ar4'. nn Satur w honor of tn-?. .. untl 5 o'clock, RJeiMSaS,1 V'rthday of her Si SSa..V.e,kA mim viei.?.': 82 fip. aW' fAffi,l?r SsSr .? K ,!" fi'W. Mas ?r W.. Master bSIBi1,,tp Brntnall SL, 'eyce, 3d 5KfLy5n Master Mh aji'iii-0' Master LnU rt. lii ;-." woueod Craven. la traveling abroad, has left Spain and win arrive in mrm xnis weeK. wne will spend a fortnight In Londen before re turning; te this country early next month. Miss Pelly Bayard, daughter of Mr. S. McKean Bayard, of 10S East Jehnsen street. Germartewn, has returned from Wilmington, where she spent the week end as the guest of Miss Margaret du Pent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Irenes du Pent at Rising Hun Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Malcolm McCloud, of 1705 Spruce street, who has been spending; several weeks touring the Continent, will sail en the Olympic from England today for this country. Mr. and Mrs. Geerge M. D. Jr., and their daughter, Miss Elisabeth m. rem, or uta i.ecust Pelts, eetn will street. leave the middle of next month for Cape May, where they will occupy their cottage for the summer. The Evening Drldge Club entertained at a theatre pary followed by a supper at the Rlis-Carlten last evening. The guests Inrf.uded.Mlsn Mildred Elsenhewer, Miss Mary Brenneman, Miss Frances Ullkey, Miss Katherlnei Hubbs. Miss Elizabeth Mencke, Mies Gwendelyn Mil ler, Mr. Frederick Cardeza, Mr. Henry Harper, Mr. Jehn Sclzer, Mr. Wllmr Tayler, Jr., Mr, Herbert Smiley and Mr. Harry Ferrlera. Mrs. Powell Stackhouse, of 6129 Greene street, Germantown, will be at home Infermallv this afternoon after three o'clock. Ne carda have been sent out. At the wedding of Mlse JSvelvn Stu art Williams, daughter of Captain Yancy S. Williams, U. S. N anT Mrs. Williams, cf Twenty-second and Por Per ter ptreets, and Ensign Harry A. Guth rie, U. S. N., son of Mr, and Mrs. Rebert P. Guthrie, of Gallatin. Tenn., which will take place en Wednesday, June 14, Miss Charlette Guthrie, of Gal latin, Tenn., a sister of the bridegroom, will be the maid of honor, and Miss Mary Wallace, of Bosten, will be brides maid. Ensign C. B, Perter will be the best man, and the ushers will Include Ensign S. H. Dunbar, Mr. Fenwick Shepperd and Mr. Gwynn Shepperd. Mr. and Mrs. J. Reynolds Pierpelnt, of Merlen, are being congratulated en the birth of a son, Powell Pierpelnt, 011 Sunday, April 30. A card party will be given by Mrss 8. A. Moere and Miss Laura Black burne of 5038 Larchwood avenue. In aid et the Misericerdla Hospital en Satur day next, ln the afternoon from 3 until S o'clock and In the evening from 8 until ll o'clock. Voluntary subscrip tion. Mrs. Halstead Rhodes, of 41138 Hazel avenue. Ii at the Greve Park Inn, Ashe vllle, N. C. A reception will be given en Sunday afternoon from 3 until 6 o'clock ln honor of Miss May Llpkin, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Llpkin, of 1003 Cliveden street, Germantown, and Mr. Herace Mayer, whose engagement has recently been announced. NORTH PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs. Rebert L. Gibsen, of 4623 North Ninth street, will entertain at a dinner and card party at their home en Saturday evening next. The guesta will be Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Jenes, Dr. and Mrs. Geerge Shaffer, Mra. E. Junk, Miss Anne Georgesen, Miss Helen Graham, Miss Mabel Ruttcr. Miss Jcaephlne Richards and Mtv Wesley Gibsen. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mllgram, Mrs. S. Grabosky and Miss Clara Hlrsh, of 1735 North Seventh street, will leave this week te- spend the summer at their couage at a&ue Winchester Chelsea, Atlantic City. avenue. ?"?. -f, ....'yfr-y jf-1 trJ " iw .-fr'- v ' Te Come Out in Winter ivifliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillH anfaiaiiaiaiai j&JgH LIvAs&iiflHisllllllllllllllllllllllllH faaBBvtiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa aW" -PlisaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH uBBBBBBBBMt '' 'BgiSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl SSSSBBBBBBk ' iaSSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBV $&? -'isllllllllllBP -'Jslaislllfl k's;-,' S''X : $ '' yPiB Phets by J. Mitchell Elliet. MISS DOROTHY B. LEE Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellslia Lee, of 1709 Locust street, who will make her debut at a tea lier parents will give en Friday, November 17, Miss Lee was the guest of honor at a dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Lee at the Bellevue Stratford en Saturday evening last MISS McKINNEY WEDS MR. GETTY Mlit.Qulgley Bride of Mr. Leon Leen ard An attractive wedding will tnlte place at half after 7 o'clock this evening In Hi Mount Airy Presbyterian Church, Mount Airy, when Miss Helen E. Mc Kinnev, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jehn C. McKlnney, of 7438 Deven avenue, Meuht Airy, will become the brlde of Mr. Frank Dales Getty. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Walter Getty, of Charleston, W. Va., brother of the bridegroom, assisted by the Kev. Jehn Calhoun, pastor of the church. The bride, who will be given in mar riage by her father, will wear a gown of crystal-beaded georgette ever white satin and a tulle veil extending te the end of a court train surmounted by a coronet of lace nnd orange blossoms. She will carry a shower bouquet of lilies of the valley and- white sweet peas. Mrs. Alfred Snyder will be the matron of honor. She will .wear a frock of orchid color georgette nnd will carry a bouquet et yellow daisies and orchid 80UTH PHILADELPHIA Miss Jane Harreld. of 2(144 smith Fifteenth street, has been entertaining for a few davs as her friinsta Mii Anastasla McGowan, of Irvlngten, N. J.', and Miss, Kathryn Varnl, cf Newark, IS. J. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Abramsen, of 1723 Seuth Sixth street, are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son en April 29. Mrs. Abramsen Was Miss Bertha Wagman. i&jtfBgt One Doer Frem Mtb St. 1126 Walnut St If'enrferful Values in Spring Millinery Levely Hats, Formerly Priced te $15 NOW 5.00 7.50 ter a Speedy Clearance NORRISTOWN Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Alice Dlevers. of 674 Geerge street, and Mr. Rey Hlscr, of Betawoed, en Saturday, April 29. The marriage leek place at the Grace Lutheran Church. The pastor of the church, the Rev. C. M. Snyder, oBl eBl elated. .The. marriage of Miss Alice Hummell, of Third street, Bridgeport, and Mr. Clarence Bean, of 7H Kehn street, Nor Ner Nor rlstewn, took place en Saturday at the parsonage of the Bridgeport Presby terian Church. The Rev. William C. Perez performed the ceremony. The bride was attended by Miss Mary Halle, well as inald of honor, and the best man was Mr. Ralph Reed. After a wedding trip te Atlantic City Sir. and Mrs. Bean will llve in Bridgeport. Mr. Kenneth Snyder, of C29 Haws' avenue, is spending several weeks in Columbus, O. Mlss Anna Beldler. cf Abrams. has returned from a stay In Harrlsburg, Pa. Mrs. Abram Jandorf, of Yerk, It the gues of her sister, Mrs. Marcus Hyde man, of De Kalb street. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H, Daub, of 1225 Llnwoed avenue, observed their fourth wedding anniversary en April 30 nt a family dinner gUen at thn home of Mrs. DauhH parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Beldler of Abrams. Mrs. B. N. Seller-, r,f Dunkirk, N. T., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. II. J. Usher, of 358 Prospect avenue. 5,n.an,nMr?- J.hnLcltenbcrger, of 62J De Kalb street, will sail en May 6 for Cuba and a trip through Flerida. wUs,i eVnC.d,V!ff Aschcnbrenner. qf 416 West Lafayette street, Is spending sev eral wcckB In Atlantic City; Ambre de Delhi Perfume Created by BABINI of PARIS Imported exclusively bjiy new obtainable at BONWJT TELLER 6CQ CHESTNUT AT 13'" STREET BONW1T TELLER & CO. Jf.cDamerJnep ,, mNCTATTHINEBmi NOW IN PROGRESS ANNUAL MAY SALE Extraordinary Reductions 33V3 te 50 BELOW LAST YEAR'S PRICINGS LINGERIE CORSETS NEGLIGEES HOSIERY TEA GOWNS BLOUSES BREAKFAST COATS PETTICOATS GLOVE SILK UNDERTHINGS Blouses en sale ab 13th iG Chestnut Street Stere only. Bonwit Teller & Ce. sweet neas. MUm CartMrt Breeke, the maid of honor, will wear a frock et golden yellow georgette and will carry daisies and lavender sweet peas. The bridesmaids will Include .Mlsg Harriet M, Thompson, MIrs Florence Getty, a sister, of the bridegroom! Miss Cath arlne Zelter and Mrs. Jay Lavenson. They Wilt be dressed alike In orchid georgette ever pink satin nnd will carry bouquets of pink Hweepeas and blue larkspur, Mr. W. E. McKlnney, a brother of' the bride, will be best man. The ushera will include Mr. Lester Van nan, of Haddenneld, .V. J.: Mr. Harvey H. F. Buchanan, Mr. Frederick C. Helmes, Mr. William White and Mr. J. Curtis King. A icceptlen will fellow at the home' of the bride's parents. On their return from a wdddlnff trip, Mr. nnd Mrs, Getty will be at home after September 1 at Its Kant Mereland ave nue, Chestnut Hill. Leenard Qulgley A wedding of Interest took place thl morning at 9 o'clock In the Church r. the Transfiguration, Fifty-fifth street and Cedar avenue, when Miss Helen Winifred Qulgley, daughter et Mrs. Edward Dunne, of r6.19 Addison slree became the bride of Mr. Clin Hen Wal ter Leenard, of 1319 Seuth Twenty-third street. The ceremony v. as solemnlze'l with a nuptial mass. The Rev. Father Themas Harren officiated. Monsignor Jehn J. Greer.slll, Monslgner Jeseph H. Whlttaker and the Rev. Father Jehn J. McHugh assisted. The brlde wai f-iven In marriage by her brother-in-law Dr. Philip J. German. She were a white satin crepe gewn with a tult veil and a trafu caught with erang blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lllles-ef-thc-valley. Mlss Mary Molley, cousin of the bride, and Miss Itcgina C. Harren were the bridesmaids. They were dresses of orchid nnd shell iilnlc 'pussy 'pussy wileow taffeta, with picture hats. They carried bouquets et orchids and sweet peas. Mr. Harry Ldmend Leenard, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. and Mr. Themas Molley, cousin of the bride, acted as usiicr. A breakfast fol lowed at the home of the bride's mother, after which Mr. and Mrs. Leenard left en a tour of the New England States. zmmkakwkmwrzamwm tk:tem YTJkmmwmmmmmmmkwmv,7-,t;''mm wiu"vift i hi l.Vj T.T T , T li, ' 'M? i'i - ,, Vt, M T T ' V t ' I MMiBlMairhMeaN-aP-Ti - 1 . 1 - 1 t. . ?M X&KflwSfWtaaBftKKmfVni n J. !t V .t.WQLWJUL 'ii WMIWK T ,Wf '-fl .' 1 f i ';? vrt';i " "eyffiff iYrfXxrtVpVfr dklaWare COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Helmes Lamed have been entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Carl G, Harwlg, of River Ferest, III., at their home In Swarthmore for a week, Mrs. A. "Barber. Stephens, of Thunder Bird, Rose Valley, has been the guest of her sister, lisp. Edward Chalk, of Haddenneld, N. JT, for a few days. Mr. and Mra, Henry1 W. Buse will entertain informally at bridge at their home In Ridley Perk tomorrow evening. Put Your Best . Feet Forward This may be trite and homely advice, but every woman ewes It te herself, her family and the world In general te leek hcr best te be as attractive and young looking as possible. Right In the center of this city Ii a wonderfully equipped Institution where keeping ln fit physical condition Is a delight. A trial treatment without any obligation te you. Cellins Institute Fer Women Exclusively Bellevue Court Building: 1418 Walnut Street Phene, Sprnce S4S4 ADIrtetlMi Maurice E. reti : L D IN E Chestnut at 10th. Cen, fl A. J", te 11 P. M. VNItRD ABTIATfl PRODUCTION WHITMAN BENNETT PRESENTS BETTYBtYTHE 7 11 11 I FOR FORMAL AFFAIRS II New Styles in Black Silk Brocades jl lii Te properly complete the mere ! dressy costumes, Milady's pumps g jra should be unusually attractive. Our generous display of black silk 1 H brocades will best meet your par- ffl H HOSIERY TO MATCH I fflinkelman i H Style in Quality Footwear I H 1130 Chestnut Street X 1 '" -- mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmim ; Frem K;rV. ln lieach'. S&'C'r "nU" Nel KyTA. 7 song and "J'hy kB merriment. NKXT WEEK "THE HQWAB1" mWfUkm ,0h HAUt I VHW Lmtrne Circni Crenil HW11 I Take Bnute 2. Vi''Jil&fflm Mew ClrcussfnElplB IfA 1 K QreundsH WW FM'JH J JasKXTS SAT.K rrBB UT HKOTIIKRS. COR. HiPl 'Til AND KIMIKRT. JkkWEJ Hal. Daily Trocadero Ckaminr Widows I BROAD $" m Tyt. I RAM 11. HARR'H Presents ?7ciP FFRmicKT. V?TMF VAVvftJR CMnaar A' By kej Altlns. Auther of "Declc" EXT WEKK .HEATH TOMORROW C WILLIAM ILLITfl IN rtis iinsr aim: 'THK BMMM MMKtfk L FORREST Last 4 Night. KVOM. AT S HllAKI' MAT. KAT. AT I RUSSIAN GRAND OPERA FROM I'KTROORAP. JfOSCOW. ODKHSA Tonight... MERMAID (Rusatkn) Tomorrow TSAR'S BRIDE Frl nnd Sat. Nliihtn. "BORIS IIOI1D ONOVl" Snl. Mat.. "El'CIEN ONEfllN." I'rlc f.Qc te 12.50 GARRICK $ MAT. TODAY PAJr TI. TTARRIS rrnt TIIF. SF.AHON'H COMBDY SUCCESS WELCOME STRANGER With GEORGE SIDNEY f&mFJmmm -b '-- jmrnm AM NtNBTEENTIt AND MARK! 11, 11.10. .1 :30V 0:30. 7:30. ti A Ultlter Itlt Than "HuMen "The Geed Pre. A PARAMOUNT rICTURll MW VKKA OORDON RtiJ DORB DAV11 Written by KANNIB liunai Added MUHIC KKK HfRCt UrCI CU CIMiTDC CAMS Tf EilJdllv0lllUEiIl9 CHOI DR. m:vir "WATKIN8, KfM Die k EITH'S THEATRE ANATOL FRIEDLAND & CO. IN A DB I.UXE RRVUK "FREM'OTT" rrenenU Hepe Eden In "TUB MIRACLE Olltl." BEAUMONT HISTERfl: BKATRICB KATON. OTHERS. DAIL.T CON CERT 12 TO 1. OPHN TO PUBI.IO. IUPOKTB1M. DKKWST.RH M4KKK8 Of .TTOUByil CjrtLDltES 8 apparel or Titr. nmiiFiT niARArTFR ren uerb Til AS TnESTY-SIX YEARB APPAREL OF THE BETTER KIND W.i&is nn Twelfth Cerner Chestnut A DIFFERENT KIND OF STORE Spert Suits Capes Coats 18-00 Formerly te 39-50 A presentation "of the better kind et Sports Apparel. Superior in lining, tailoring and design. Coats are of herring bone and everplaids. Knickers with capes, capes with dresses, included. . The Suits are two- and three-piece of fine materials including trelaines and rainbow tweed. Net all sizes in every style. but all sizes in the let. Charming New Frecks in Adaptations and Reproductions of Paris Medels, VERY SPECIAL 35-00 of Satin-bark Canten, Crepe de Chine, Foulard and Crepe, for street md afternoon wear. Canten mam immmwmmmm miBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwi; Geerge Allen, inc. 1214 Chestnut Street 1214 Sports Hats Are of Many Kinds But All Are Smart At 3.00 there are Iiala In hemp anil wool or hemp and rlbhen In plain coleig or two-tone domblnatleiis. At 5.se there Is u charming rolled-brim lechern with black or navy Kresfrrnln ribbon or binding; At V0.5O there is a hemp hat with matchlnn gresgraln ribbon in bright colors. At $7.0 there is a pineapple straw faced and banded with Oeergette. In all the new bright colors. We Have a Remarkable Line of Sports Hats Nicely Finished 0 Here Are the Dainty Trinynings for Your Crisp Summer Frecks An organdie or Swiss dress needs n little touch et white or color at the neck. What could be mere chaimlng than Pink. Hlue, lied or Vhlt oigandle edging'.' It conies In aileus nlr.es SArl.en il. The wheln cellar may be made of eiganille embroidered In color, with a colored lieni te match the dress. In Orange, Urccn, Kd, Blue and l.acnder SUA a jiiril. The liner edging is made of net and organdie In deep scallops, t,en it jnnl. Hand-made net and organdie insertion Is erv charming In Blue. White, Pink or Ceral $.1.00 11 yard. Sheer organdie with a permanent finish, 4fi Inches wide, comes In all the newest colorings, at $1.00 n jrd. Colored St Hall Swiss has embreideied dots and is .'12 inches wide, at $1.50 a sitnl, English ginghams in bright colors. AOr and 7Ar a 'vnrd. I'ameii3 Jehn and IU Id Andersen Scotch ginghams, in solid colors and checks, $1.25 a janl. Silk Envelope Chemise Value te 7.95 High-grade le the In at detail: chiefly tai lored effects with tucks and hand embroidery. 3.75 We Specialize in Apparel That Slenderizes the Larger Weman -' 75c Imported Black Cotten Hese With White Split Feet hand a limited quantity of this excellent stocking. 01 We have en Out sizes, B5r. Sale of Fine Sweaters in Weel or Fibre Silk, $1.95 $9.00 Weel sweaters In beautiful colorings, geed sized assortment, foi fei meily $.!&, $1.60, $6 5U and $16 50, new $i.u,i, $a.U3, $:i.tA anil i.5e. Fibre silk sweatets that wcre SI J, tin, new $o,eo. Crepe and Georgette Blouses Were $10.00 $15.00, New $5.00 All our beautiful silk blouses h.n been reduced. Values weie ns high as $15, 00. This Is an unusual opportunity te get a, smart sllU blouse In Blue, Black, White, liiay. Flesh or one of the brighter shades. Lace Week Reductions in Florentine Cluny, Net Lace and Venise Fer T.nce Week we hae inluied our real Florentine I'lunv lacn and insertion. 1 Inch te 1-' inches wide, te half price. It is new 33.. le $7, Alt a vaid. Kmhieldercd net laces In silk and cotton, different widths arc also reduced le half price. N'ew site In $A.0e 11 jani. Vcnlse insertion nnd edging at half price, new leV.f2.A0 a v.-ud A Metal Needle Case That Will Give Yeu Just the Needle Yeu Want, 15c Each These needle cabes aie Imported and contain an nsMirtmsnt of bet quality I.ngllsli needles. The different sizes are arranged In cempartmenta. It Is only necessary te turn a Utile dial te the number et needle desired and upend the case and the ncedle falls out Stund- All Salt I Fer Cath LSlenefe. 1306 Walnut Street Ne Charge Accounts Continuing Tomorrow RECEIVER'S SALE The Prices Are Still Lewer On COATS SUITS DRESSES 150 CAPES, WRAPS, COATS VALUES UP TO 75.00 Luxurious models of Belivia, Xor Xer mandie, Crcpc Julia, Sauschcuc, Tricetine, Marvettc, V cleur and Pole Cleth. 350 DRESSES VALUES UP TO 59 JO All the favored shades of Trice tines, Cantens, Printed crepes and similar quality materials. 140 CAPES VALUES UP TO 150.00 A generous and a varied selection of Duvctyns, Cantens, Belivias and 12 .75 12 .75 Kesnanara crepes ccptienal value. that arc an ex- 28 .75 275 EXCLUSIVE FROCKS VALUES UP TO 95.00 Seme of our finest creations in sit- C C perier crcpc Remanic , Twill Cord, J Canten and dressy sport materials. Including our three-piece costumes. .75 THE SEASON'S MOST REMARKABLE SPECIAL 110 COATS and CAPES VALUES UP TO 39.50 The newest sport materials and all the accepted colors and mixtures. 5 .75 Hl. iKHNTIf AND MAItKBTi 1 1 .lit 1 iie n.an nuin T:e 'a ANNIVERSARY Wl rillST l'HKSKNTVTION ELLIOTT DEX' mmmmifrm l.tMlTCD ENGAGEMENT ' COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT FIRST TIME AT OUR REG.ULAR PRICES D. W. GRIFFITH'S 1A1 . 1 A.U Ulll'.AI 1.1 f J. "ORPHANS 0 THE STORM" AS I'llE.MENTED rtErENTLY AT renilEST TIIKATHB M f IlKOAt) A CHEHTNUT 11.3U. 1.S0. 3.30. C:30. 7.30. 0:30 . I'lUST PRESENTATION " JACK HOLT IN NEW PICTOIli: "THE GRIM COMEDIAN"; 11Y HIT A WEIAfAN '- ' D A I A CV l-T" & MAIIKET ! r ALAlEi 10 a. m. tu 11 p. ic.j PRISTJIJ.A nRAN "WIU HONBY" AIVVAUIA10 A. M. te IlllS P. V.- "TOO MUCH WIFEf. WANDA HAWI.KV irir"T-ei a ' V IV, 1 Vlxlrt 11 A. M. te 11:15 p. K. NI.NTI1 it ArAItKKT "Hetdltac Jlnin" AUDREY MUNSON DCrCWT 1'TII AND SIAUKET IEiJEill 1 ANITA STEWART "SOWING THE WIND" GLOBE JUNIl'EK AND MAHKjaT 11 TO 11 SECOND AND FINAL WEEK OW DENrPSEy-CARPENTIEIl KIGHT i pictures in fonjunctien with vaudevii.ee . PIIII.A.'a EVADING THEATRE-.' DlllECriON OF I.EK & J. J. SHUBERT mnw iwitiiiannnHMa AfireiLnawit3iiannnHM 4rtrWrAyff hit 9VPIOV f C H II BE W Tut weuik ?- SHUeDtVltlE Dallr Mat, at tis, KTr.. afaWM, .rjPAXK ORTIf Prrwnt. THE SECOND EDITION OP MADE IN PHILLYj Willi A Tilg iluslcjl Rnllptv EI. IIKENDEI, and If.O aM niiBr . A f'AST OP PtTIt.4 nvnnPKfa A BILL OF VAUDEVILLE'S BEST HEADLINERS WALNUT Pep. Mat. Today eOc te $1.00 ROBERT EDESOPf in "HAUNTED" WITH HILDA SPONG h.;ni;"rt'nl';r:5r,iLr,!!-Qffiriiy,r' ,vhe tni" She' Coining Back May IS! I I f AOELPHI "LILIOM" IHT 4 KVRH. l..HT PUP. MAT. TOMORROW FRAN:: MOI.NA1VS temUy of lAt. N.T.Pro N.T.Pre durtlnn Willi E7 JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT & EVA LE GALLIENNE ONE WEEK Beginning OLD M0NJAY8 v r.itnuNns. ieth htbeet I'NTINO PARK AVE. Wf aV .TXif'J I I r!!!l.1JN'itUA'NUM i IO f OOUDLC LCNCTH WN R. Hi. CARS 1500 PEOPLE 700 GRESS&Sk Adaitnen: Adulti, 7Sc; Children, 5c IM'l.l IHMi TAX. TICKE1.S NOW ON SALE. l.nillF.I, IIROTIIERS DOORS OPEN AT I AT P.M. PIRFOnnMCCS AT ZftSP.M. Wl TKKET ADMITS TO EVERYTHING Announcement Extraordinary CAFE LORRAINE PREPARATORY TO OPl;NIN(1 OK THB LUIill 1.I. 11UU1 liAKUIJN TheHOLLYWOODREVIEW a irELANun or aes'ij and dance FKATPRINa THELMA CARLTON in "SNAP AND PEP" A III Y INDKl! IHh I IIARLEU JEIi:it Wed OK PRETTY OIlir.R I'liiAhONAI. DIRECTION Ererj Evi ProfenieKil Nigkt llleail i Hnvil.p ,..!;X,::i,.Ni,B' ' 1.., A t. .:i BROADWAY Broadway Stock Cemptiy IN J 1IAHTI EY MANNERS' TEG O' MY HEART -' NfM WwK-Hlncl. Cm In "HfANUAl, rencc yeve ii'jtii VIWUD SXlt t U WED Til" MAE DESMOND .MARKatTi hat., a. in lONIUIIT. 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