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Bs7i W PSi a ' EVENING PUBLIC LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MXJNDAY, JUNE 12, 1922 its? Hv i" wjbmpwmg JUST GOSSIPABOUT PEOPLE Hancy Wynne Speaks of an Engagement She Sees Twe Attractive Costumes and Tells of the Junier Charity Dance F WAS nwfully nice, though net ox ex nctlv MirprlMn. te hr of Alberta twh'R enenRcment te Harry Nelsen. SttertA Ik i th" dnuBhtcr of Mw Hen a m n llentli ami a KranildauRhter of the Pi" T Allicrt Pnnceint. She ls.n ilice e Mrs. Jeseph Wl.lcncr, who 5... Miss Kl'n Pnncenst and n ceudn Tf Mrs. Carter Lcl.ly, who was Fifi "narrv'NcHwn Is the son of Mr. and MS. "own Nellson, of Coolock. St. Da W& nmnndTOii of the late Mr. Harry BeMn'nrtm. and a grret ernndnen of Mr. William D. Iswlit. IIIh , Snrnh Sen, married Crawford Madeira. Alberta enme out thlH yenr and wan Se of the iirettlent and most popular $ the winter's debutantes. T)OSFA'" WUIITS, the youngest A dnuKliter of Mr. and Mrs. Rebert Kenned v Wurts will give quite n lurgu dinner tomorrow night. A; you knew. Pe"cy and her Meters, Mat inn and Elonner. nw mHUijij for lyiiepe with their aunt, Mrs. Edmund McCullough, en June 1 en the Kettardnm, se I sup pose the dinner will be Mirt of "fare well" party. Afterward thc.v will go te Te dance nt the Merlen Cricket Club for the benefit of the dinners of the Sea men's Church Institute. ou must Imre heard about the dinners which lire given the last Sunday of each mouth down nt the Institute nt Frent and Queen fctrccK Lets of girls nnd men go down mid walf en the tables nnd help in the entertainments. Seme of them nrc Mrs. PlilliP 1'rice, Mrs. Jehn O. Piatt, Mar nretta Hnrrlren, Mary nnd Elizabeth Howlend. Evelyn B. Page, Clarle Snutlie. Mary and Elizabeth Boyd and Elizabeth nnd "Je" Thompson. Mrs. j Whltnker Tliompsen is chairman of tile dance nnd among these en the com mittee are Mrsi .inmcs Large, Miss Pauline Hewie. Miss Ninn Len, Mrs. Jehn O. Tlatt, Mrs. I'hllln Khlnclandcr, Miss Margaret Grundy, Miss Mary K. Olbsen. Mm. Charles Henry Scott, Mrs. Jehn Frederick Lewis, Mrs. Percy Bteckman and Mrs. Geerge Boyd. AGNES ALLEN looked very well the ether day. She was wearing n Med-looking dress of blue crepe em broidered in gray silk nnd trimmed -nith long grny fringe, nnd n becoming hat of gray with touches of blue tulle. Gray stockings nnd slippers completed her ceMume. Agnes is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Perry Allen nnd a sister of Mnrv Virginia who is still a sub deb. Aenes, Mary Virginia nnd Mrs.s Allen will Miend the summer abroad. They are sailing en the Hemerle some time In July. Anna Waltheur has an attractive dress tee Hers is of gray Russian crepe made en long strnlght lines with nurrew belt of the material. When I w her wearing It bcvcral days nge she liml en a gray straw lint with wisteria encircling the brim nnd grny stockings ami slippers. She lives with her grand mother, Mrs. Adam Everly, nt lbl4 De Lancey place. Yeu knew her engage ment has been announced te Jehn Crnlg Wallace, Jr., son of Mrs. Jehn Craig Wallace. I hear thnt Anna is planning te (Tend a few days next week with Mrs. Charles Kevin at her cotttige in Bay Head before going te Cape May for the summer. THERE will be a let of June dances for the sub-deb crowd. This Thursday "Mnba" Mather, the Victer Mathers' daughter, will give it small dance, an a farewell party befere sailing for ruiere with Mrs. Henry Mclntlre, her daughter, Gwendelen, nnd M-vernl ether gills, Including Ethel Norris nnd Lenetle Jeancs. The Mime evening ns the Mnthers denee there will be a subscription danre at the Merlen Cricket Club. It sounds at If it would be lets of fun. tee. It's known as the Junier Charity Dance nnd ii under the nu'-piees of the Cradle Club of St. Vincent's Heme. There will be bridge for these who de net care te dance. A creat many dinners are being planned before the dunce. The committee iiv chnrge includes Mrs. Rebin t Ix'sley. Mrs. Walter Hal ltliiin, Mm. J. M. Gorden, Mrs. Henry V. Mlchell, Mrs. William R. Ryan, Mrs. Henry Mclntlre, Mrs. Jehn Sln Sln nett, Mr". Herman Vctterlcln, Mrs. fleerge Rowland, Mrs. Arthur P. Baugh, Mrs. Christian Hugcn, Mrs. Arthur D. Smith. Mr. Rebert T. Blck Mll and Mrs. Edward Carpenter. NANCY WYNNE. I SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mr. and Mrs. J, Bertram Llpptncett, M 1712 Hpruce street, who are occupy ing their country place, Melmar, nt Betnares, entertained at dinner at tnelr home last evening In honor of heir guests. Mrs. M. Holltngswerth Wharten and Miss Helen Sturgls. Miss Frances W. BlcUnell. tlauKhter ef Mr. and Mrs. Rebert T. Ulcknell. of 801 Highland avenue, Chestnut Hill, will enteitnin at luncheon en Friday In Hener of Miss I.ucylle Austin, dauRh tcr of Mr. Wcharcl I-. Austin. Mr. Austin ami his daughter will a? It for Europe next week and will spend the eutnmer traveling- abroad. Miss Austin Will make her debut In the fall. . Miss Hannah Marim Elliett, dough ty of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Elliett, of 317 Seuth Seventeenth street, has returned from a visit te Wilmington, Wiere she attended a dance en Friday evening which Miss Pauline du Pout, Daughter of Mrs. William K. du Pent, gave in honor of MIkm Esther Wnrd, whose nnrrlage will take place today. The ; marrlnge of Miss Elllctt and Mr. walter C. Pew will take place en Sat- y: ,,Tune 24- Mls du Pent will Mteiid Miss Elliett as ene of her maids of honor. Mrs. Heward Spencer Graham nnd her JauRhter, Miss Margaret Thayer yraham, of 1532 Locust street, have left r their summer home, Whetstone, Newport, It. I. The wedding of Miss i Ta.li'Jm R,,(1 Mr- Devereux Celt Josephs, SLh'J clty nnd Baltimore, son of Mr. na Mrs. Lyman Celt Josephs, of Bal Bal timere and "Louisiana," Newport, will June r at WheUtone en Monday, !" P: ' Perry Pepper and her chit n. of 8t. Davids, will sail for Europe en June 28, accompanied by Mrs. Pcp Kf m?t'ier. Mr. William J. Wlllcex. B..y w"1 "inaln abroad until early In "Member. Dr. Pepper will Jein them en August 1. fr,?.1"' ,.eerge U. Bewer, of Vancouver, w (T. al0.' accompanied by her daugh tnn,n ' . , Trulh "ewer, will lcave for a Siv rTtrl" te Richmond, Va , en Thurs Sf mi "",." ,0 attend the wedding nf , s,tllrlen Carmlchapl, daughter mink, i ucinuei luiicmnu -ur "cnael, and MrB. Bewer'H son, CapJL iM.'5erB.0 Be.wer. U. S. M. C. whl?f rh," "."" ice in tne inrat I'resuyteri -n Hr at nichmend at half after 6 clock en Saturday, June 24, 3rl,aim!irBl Fmnrls yen A. Cabeen, c, "';" ir beh, Ainsicr Kiununa it. r2&i.ef Havcrferd, will lcave for ;-urernla en Juiv 1. wh ti,n win n. ...""u "je"- Ben, Ainstcr Ki mund II, '"ah S?2? ,ier thr.ce, months of Mrs. (1 ii,nn?.fl,,tner n.ml KlBter- Mr. Edmund Hainrrmi;IHly ",ml MIrs En' Newbelil home Tna, nJ lcondlde, their summer and i,?i '"""L Bnrbara. Mr. Hnmeisly in "n.!m,inUBhi,'.r wl" sal1 for Europe BJcntfw! r They wl" bu K0,le sevcrtt Maili K,i"llw Warrlner. daughter of .. "r'lM'lilufC' g?JSS!i warrlner. i )i' uaent at Cornn. win nr-i. ,m in HKiajr, "" mere. Pa., where sne will remain for the summer. Miss Henrietta W. Sanders, of 1225 Locust street, will leave the lattcT part of thin month for Bar Harber, Me,, where sne will occupy her cottage until the autumn. Her nieces. Miss Anita M. Handera and Miss Estelle D. Sanders, will spend a few days In Washington as the guest of Miss Careline Nash be fore joining her for the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry 8. Oreve, of 258 rP Tulpehecken street, Oermantewn, l'ftjn Friday for n visit te New Hnen, Conn., te attend the wedding of Miss narbara Sargent, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Iyvl9 Sargent, nml Mr. dreve'H nephew, Mr. Geerge W. Oreve, Jr., of New Yerk, son of the late Mr. Cleergc W. Greve, of this city, nnd of Mrs Duncan Campbell, of Woodbury, N. J which took place en Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jehn Cook Hirst, 2d, of 1833 Spruce street, left en Friday for Buy Head, where they have taken a cettage for three months. air ,an1.J.MM-.. Channlng W. Daniel, of St. Davids, will go In a short tlme te thelr cottage at Nantucket, Mass , where Mrs Daniel's brother-in-law and sister, Mr, nnd Mrs. Herbert S. Casey, of Wynnowoed, will be their guests during August. Dr. and Mrs. James Hunter, Jr., of Westvllle N. J announce the engage ment of their daughter, Miss Avis Hun ter, te Mr. Carl P. Humpp, of Oer Oer maneown. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hall Kent an nounce the marrlngO of their sister. MIhe Dorethea Kent, of Oermantewn, and Mr. Lyle Leren Jcnne, also of Oermantewn, en Saturday, at St. Luke's Church, Oormantewn, Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Jenne will be at home after September 1 nt 6341 Burbrldge street, Oermantewn. Ensign Henry S. Dunbar, U. 8. N entertnlned at dinner en Saturday eve. nlng : en the U. 8. S. Peary In honor of Mrs. Rebert T. Outhrle, and her daughter, Miss Charlette Outhrle, of Oallatln, Tenn., who are , the guests :?..? -"ew (,UV of Captnln Yancey H. WllUams, U. S. N., and Mrs. Williams, of Twenty-second and Perter streets. They earne te attend the wedding or Captain and Mrs. Williams' daughter, Miss Evelyn Stuart Williams, nnd Mrs. Outhrle'a son, Ensign Harry A. Guthrie, u. S. N., which will take place en Wednesday next In the navy yard. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wallace Hallewell, Jr., of Merlen, will go In a short time te thelr cottage at Cape May, where they will remain until the middle or September. Miss Marie Louise White, daughter of Mr. Themas Rneburn White, of Oer Oer maneown, will spend July and August at Rockland, Me. Mr. nnd Mrs. Geerge Blight Robin son and their son and daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs, Blight Sargeant Iloblnsen, of 418 West Prlce street, Germantown, will leave tomorrow for Cape May, where they will occupy their cottage for the summer. A reception at Green Hill Farms, Overbroelt, will fellow Immediately nfter the wedding of Miss Mary Scott, daugh ter of Mt-s. William J. Scott, of Over brook, te Mr. Rebert Ernest Splller, of this city, which will take place at half nfter 7 o'clock en Saturday evening, June 17. In the Overbroek Presbyterian Church, Overbroek. The marriage of Miss Elsie Morien Waer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geerge R. Waer, of Lansdowne, and Mr. Earl W. August, son of Mr. and Mr?. Charles G. August, of this city, took place quiet ly at the home of the bride Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Walter Oreenway officiated. There were no Attendants. Upen their return from a wedding trip. Mr. nnd Mrs. August will live at 3810 North Mnth street. They have Issued Invitations for an at-home en June 24. WEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. William Burgess, of 4202 Chest nut street, has left en a llshing trip te Manklller Bay, N. J. Harry N. Blair, of 5144 Wyaluslng itvuuuc, si-unt me weeK-enu as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Prlckltt. of Med ford, N. J. DELAWARE COUNTY Among theso Interested In the Flower nnew ie ee given in Library Hall. Ches ter, during this week are Mrs. William T. Ramsey, Mrs William O. Hewland. Mrs. Milten Blckli-y. Mrs. Benjamin emnt-ii unu .nrs. i-reu Aiicneii. Mrs. Rosceo M. Ballard, of Chester, Is the guest for a fertnlsht of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Davis, at their home In Sewlck ley, Pa. Upen her return she will go te St. Petersburg, Va., t0 Jein Mr. Bal lard. They will remain for several months. Mlga Alice Adams and Miss Helcn Adams, daughters of Dr. and Mrs. Jehn W. Adams, of SWarthmere. will go early In July te Warsaw, N. Y., where they will remain for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Geerge R. Waer, of Lansdowne, are entertaining Miss Claire Maheney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.lllam Maheney, of Carlisle. Pa who has been with them for a fortnight Mrs. William T. Ramsey nnd Mrs Benjamin W. Sidwell are spending a ieZ dftyMl ""lbburir. where they are attendlniAthe State jrrnnd session of the O. H, S. 'iew convening there. Mr. and Mrs. Jeseph Hunt, whose nim,6 .,V)k pIace " short tlhie age, lln d 1 e "ft0r JUne 15 '" Ce1' Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm IUP0RTEH8, DESIGNERS d MAKERS OF WOafWS A OB1L. Jg$ DKEN'8 APPAIIEL OF THE UIOHEBT CUARAV1ER FOR 85 UORE THAN TWENTY-SIX YEARS Kl APPAREL OF THE BETTER KINO JV Dresses ' Radical Reductions Our entire remaining stock, at newly low prices. A fourth, a third, a half less than former prices. Styles for every occasion, from street te formal functions. 16.50, Formerly te 39.50 75.00, Formerly te 175.00 Slip-Over Sweaters Weel, light-weight; white, orchid, buff, Q flT gray and black. vO Tuxedo Medels, 3.95 Engaged Photo by J. Mitchell Eltlut MISS VIRGINIA M. DIHERT Daughter of Rlr. and Mrs. Leuis de Sauque Dlbcrt, of Koxherough, whose engagement has been an nounced te Mr. William Somerset NrJiofleld, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Dobsen Scheflcld, also of Rex borough NORRISTOWN Miss Mnry I. Cellins, of Swede street, entertnlned at an Informal dnnce nnd musical en Frldnv. The guests Included Mr. nnd Mrs. Themas Megulre, Mrs. J. B. Davis, Mrs. Themas Harklns, Miss Nera Wnlftli, Miss Helcn Fennell. Miss Aimcs Fcnncll, Miss Katherlne Kcnnell, Miss Abble Leonnrd, Miss Helen Mul llns, Miss Mary M. Gelden, Mr. Jehn Bradley, Mr. William J. Cellins. Mr. D. J. O'Neill nnd Mr. Edward Rellley. Mr. and Mrs. Themas Watsen, of De Knlb street, are being congratulated en the birth of a son en June 8j Mrs. Wat. son was Miss Catharine Gehret, daugh ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles H. Oehret The marriage of Miss Frances Dlttor Dltter Dlttor line, daughter of Mrs. Hettle L. Dltter line, of 18 East Chestnut street, and Mr. Charles Myerp, of Philadelphia, took place en Thursday In the First Baptist Church. The Rev. Will H. Houghten, pastor of the church, officiated. After a wedding trip te Ocean City, Mr. and Mrs. Myers will llve In Germantown. Mr. and Mrs. Itebert Yeung, of C14 Swede Btreet, have announced the en gagement of their dnughtcr, Miss Flor ence Bebecca Yeung, and Mr. Geerge Ruhland. of Philadelphia. Miss Yeung Is a graduate of the Jewish Hospital T-Mnlng Scheel for Nurses, of Philadel phia. Miss Mabel N. Tyson, of 1315 Locust street, has returned from Washington, D. C, where she acted ns bridesmaid at the wedding of Miss Careline M. nalpn. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Balph, and Mr. Geerge M. Rynlck, Jr., of Terra Haute, Ind., formerly of Norris town. Miss Tyson Is a cousin of the bridegroom. Mr. Benjamin F. Qulliman and Mrs Fewell Crlsman and her children hnve left for Ocean City, where they will occupy their cottage for the remainder of the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard II. Lane, Mr. Itlchard IL Lane, Jr., nnd Miss Dorethea Lane hnve moved from 819 West Main street te Washington, D. C, where they will live. START FLOWER CAMPAIGN Art Alliance te Collect Blooms for Settlement Heuse Children Flowers will be gathered each day this summer at stands erected for that purpose, and sent te the sick nnd te the children In the Mrttlement houses, as the result of a movement directed by the Art Alliance. Stands will be placed In Rending Terminal nnd Bread street btntien, where donations of tlewers can be made. The distribution will be made as bread as possible, without regard te racial lines or religious affiliations. The committee In charge of the gathering and distribution censistn of Samuel S. Flclgher, vice president of the Art Alliance; Rmily Kelly nnd Clarn It. Masen, executive secretary of the Art Alliance. LEAVES $7400 ESTATE Will of Carrie Perter, Who Died at Shere, Is Filed The will of Cnrrle Perter, who died in Atlantic City, was admitted te pro bate today, her estate being $7400. A bequest of-$200 was mnde te n rela tive, the residue being left te Martha Maylnnd, "a faithful companion nnd nurse." William IL St. Clnir, of Burlington, X. J., bequeathed S-IS00 te relatives. The will of Dorethy Hum, of 07SS Ris ing Sun avenue, was also admitted te probate the estate of $7-M0O being left te live children. Ietters of administration were granted in the estate of .Tuliu McCar thy, of '.'J2 North Thirty-fifth street, the cstute being valued at $U,000. A DIFFERENT KIND OF STORE Chestnut Cerner Twelfth jyH & MISS DOROTHY GROSS BRIDE OF MR. OBRECHT Other Weddlnet of Interest In and About the City A quiet wedding took place en Sat urday afternoon at 4 o'clock In St. Paul's Church, Twenty-second street and Columbia avenue, when Miss 8. Dorethy Gress, daughter of Mrs. B. Gress, of 1635 North Twenty-eighth f.treet, was married te" Mr, Finnk Obrecht, of East Orange, N. J. The llcv. A. V. Keller performed the cere mony. The brlde were white canton crepe trimmed with Spanish lace, with a large picture hat te match, nnd car ried a shower beuquet cf sweet pens and lilies of the valley. The bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Schafter, of Atlantic City, and Miss Alice Obrecht, sister of the bridegroom. The best mnn was Mr. Charles Shoe maker. Aflei the wcrtdlntr trill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Obrecht will llve In East Orange. MANDELDAUM GOODMAN Miss Rose Geedman, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Geedman, of 2751 North Twenty-ninth street, and Mr. Irving Mandelbaum, of New Ycrk, were mar ried yestetdny afternoon nt B o'clock. The Itabbl Abraham Neuman performed the ceremony. The brlde were a gown of whlte duchess satin beaded with pearls nnd a tulle veil held In place with pearl bands. She carried a shower bouquet of roses and lilies of the val ley. Mrs. S. J. Ooedman was the matron of honor, and the best man was Mr. S. J. Geedman, brother of the bride. After a wedding trip te Baltimore and the Seuth, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mandelbaum will spend the summer nt Patchogue, L, I. They will live In N.ew Yerk. WILLS ANDREWS Miss Eleaner Z. Andrews, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J, W. Andrews, of Pert Kennedy, nnd Mr. William K wills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn Wills, cf Oer Oer maneown, were married en Saturday evening In the Washington Memerial Chapel, Valley Ferge. The Itev. W. Herbert Burk, rector of the chapel, offi ciated. The brlde was attended by her sister, Miss Mary Andrews, as maid of honor. Miss Martha J. Andrews nnd Miss Alva P, Andrews, nfee sisters of the brlde, were bridesmaids. The flower girls were Mlsi Nancy Wills and Miss Mlldied Wills, sisters cf the bride groom. Mr. Frank T. Andrews, brother of the bride, was best mnn ami Mr. Jehn M. Powers, of West Philadelphia, nnd Mr. Warren D. Lear, of West Chester, were the ushers. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, were a dress of white canton crepe trimmed with Spanish lace nnd tulle, veil caught with orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet cf rwaes and lilies at the vnlley. A reception followed nt the home of the bride. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlila will live In King of Prussia. WEBEH GRIFFITH The mairlage of Miss Josephlne Mur ray Urimtli, daughter of Mr. and Mra Wilfred Sharp Griffith, of Belvelr nvenue, Norristown It. D., nnd Mr. Harrison Weber, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. William II. Weber, of 813 Swede street, Norristown, took place en Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock nt the home of the bride. The marriage was solemnlzed with the Friends' ceremony. Miss Helen Virginia Griffith, Bister of the bride, at tended her ns maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Eleaner Stout, of Winona, N. J., nnd Miss Phoebe Sea man, of Leng Islnnd, former classmates of the bride at Swarthmore College, Mr. Anders Ferstrnnd was the best man nnd Mr. Samuet Meller and Mr. Merris Cope were the ushers. The bride were white crepe romalne trimmed with old family lace and u tulle veil caught with orange blesscms. She carried a bouquet of roses nnd lilies of the vnlley. A reception followed at the Plymouth Country Club. After an automobile trip. Mr. and Mrs. Weber will live nt Pert Indian. The bride Is a grnduate of the Norristown High Scheel nnd cf Swarth more College. The bridegroom was over seas during the World War. ELKS TO OBSERVE FLAG DAY Judge Jehn M. Patterson will speak nt the llng-dny services of Philadelphia Ledge Ne. 2, B. P. O L. Wednesday night In the Klki" Heme. l.'C'O Arch street. E. M. I. Ward will rend "The History of the Fins." Music will be furnished by James Jenes and a trln Vaughn Comfert, Antheny D. Mc Mc Nlchel nnd James McColl. Geerges Gantlcs, a blind French boy, will sing. Geerge Allen, inc. 1214 Chestnut Street 1214 A Summer Sale of Hosiery & Underwear White Hese for a White Season and Hese of All Celers PURE SILK FASHION-MADE HOSE, $1.35 a pair, 3 for $3.75 in all colors, plenty of White SEMI-FASHIONED DROP STITCH AND TWO- TONfc SILK HOSE $1.25 a pair Reduced from $1.45 $2.50 FULL-FASHIONED PURE SILK HOSE, $1.95 a pair, 3 for $5.50 In all colors, plenty of White $2.50 FULL-FASHIONED GORDON SILK HOSE $2.25 a pair In all colors, plenty of White $2.75 FULL-FASHIONED VAN RAALTE SILK HOSE $2.50 a pair In all colors, plenty of White IMPORTED CHIFFON WEIGHT SILK HOSE, VALUES TO $5.00, NOW $2.50 In all colors except White, some with French Cleck FANCY LISLE HOSE 75c a pair, 3 for $2.00 In Black, White and Beige Vanity Fair Silk Underwear at Sale Prices $2.25 VANITY FAIR SILK VESTS $1.75 Regular and bodice tops; geed quality heavy silk $3.75 VANITY FAIR SILK BLOOMERS ! . . .$2.25 Heavy silk, full cut Reductions in Lisle Vests and Cotten Union Suits LISLE VESTS 35c each, 3 for $1.00 Regular and bodice tops LADIES' LIGHT COTTON TIGHTS, were 75c, new 50c each With loose or tight knees Annette Kellermann Weel . Bathing Tights, $2.75 each DREAMLAND ADVENTURES The Runaway CirctA lly DADDY Thh week Jaek and Jantt meet surprising ttrangcrs in llirdland htatit fiem a circui menagerie. CHAPTER I. Savage Visitors TRIXIH and Topsy, the ponies, were neighing and squealing excitedly in their stnble. They made se much noise they nw likened Jack nnd Janet. The children hopped out of bed nnd ran te their windows. "What Is the matter?" cried Janet. "The ponies arc arguing ever some thing," replied Jack. "Listen!" As they listened the neighs and squeals turned Inte words. "I tell yen I smell nn elephant!" declared Trlxie. "And I tell ou I smell n lien!" argued Topsy. "There Is n tiger with the elephant," persisted Trlxie. "Nonsense, It Is n monkey with the lien. I can smell It as plain as hay," squealed Topsy. Jack nnd Janet didn't knew what te make out of this talk. They couldn't see it sign of nn elephant, or a Hen, or n tiger, or n monkey. And besides hew could nn elephant, B lien, n tiger and n monkey get away up there in the Grent Weeds? Such animals lived in Africa nnd Asia, net In America. Their lessens nt school had taught Jack nnd .Innet that. But Mill Trlxie nnd Topsy kept up their nrguinent. "It's nn elephant!" "It's n lien!" "It's n tiger!" "It's n monkey !" Uncommon Sense: lly JOHN RKA1 nn I VjXD history, even though it Is only outline of it. nnd you will tipvpi- remnlnln of our start in life Yeu wlie wcre born in this particu lar century are really ntartlng very near the top. The wisdom of thousands of yenrs the brnin development thnt uges have been required te build nrc yours nt.the beginning. YOU have the advantage of all the knowledge that men hove ferreted from nature, of till the thought that centuries of reflection hnve put into their brntns. Your mind Is n machine thnt is well along tewnrd completion. It is n ma rhlne which, if you control It nnd keep It healthv. will de for you what would have been utterly impossible for the mind of the mnn of the early centuries of civilization te de. Yeu begin with n saving of countless centuries of time thnt lias besn spent bv ethers in gaining experience nnd storing away learning and in deriving wisdom from them both. Yeu live in a time when your bodily health Is virtually insured by medical skill when veu can employ one man te leek nfter your teeth, nnd another in bop thnt veur circulation Is what it ought te be. and n third te warn you of oil the hidden enemies te your phy phy plcel well-being. w1, TTIHN n short distance from every ,nii nre institutions where the wisdom of the world is stored, wltli cv4 r--nvwiivv rrwy 1M Cfccatau BUM "Perhaps the ponies nre having n nlghtmare and dreaming they are back In the circus mcnngcrle," suggested Jnnrt. "Yeu knew they were once show ponies." "Let's go and nee," sold Jack. "It they arc having n nightmare, we ought te wake them up." .Tnck nnd Jnnct didn't wnlt te dress, but ran out In their pajamas. The ponies wcre net dreaming, but very much awnkc. Thev wen- sniffing the air eagerly, and nfter each sniff thev would nrgue anew, "l'lephnnt. "Lien!" "Tiger!" "Menkey!" "What Is all this row about?" cried Jack. "Yeu nrc wnklng folks up!" The ponies greeted them with neighs of Jey. "New we can settle this thing." said Trlxie. "Don't you smell nn clephnnt nnd n tiger? ' . ' "Ne! Ne!" said Topsy. "Don't you smell n Hen nnd a monkey?" Jack nnd Janet lifted their nevs nnd sniffed as the ponies were doing. But , nil thev could smell was the usual clean odor of the forest the pines, ;hc messc4 , nnd the flowers. j "Don't you Mtppose jeit weie nslcep nnd lust dreaming you smelled elenhiin I and liens and things?" nsked .Tnck. I "Whv. I smell nn elephant nnd n tiger right new," persisted Trlxie. "1 was with a circus tee long net te knew an clenhant and n tiger when I smell them." "And I smell a Hen nnd n menkcv," declared Topsy stubbornly. "And they nre net very far away. Untie my halter nnd 1 11 quickly show you." Jeck and Jnnet wanted te sec what the ponies had smelled. They untied Trlxie and Topsy nnd mounted thrlr hacks. Awny they rode into the night weeds. The moon was high In the sky, hut wns hidden new nnd then by dnri; clouds. They galloped far. the ponies finding their way through light and Starting Near the Tep BLAKE intelligent nnd able men te show you where te find it, nnd what te de with It when you have transferred it te your own brain. All ever the world people nre toiling te provide you with the feed thnt nourishes your body nml the clothing thnt keeps It warm, and with the ma terials that make the comfortable habi tations in which you dwell. The meanest city tenement is a far mere agreeable place te live In than was the dirty old castle that housed the robber baron. Yeu hnve u rncf te run, of course. Life is net going te be easy, nnd no one Is going te pick you up and set you down the victor of the winning line. BUT the pnst ages have picked you up and set jeu well tewnrd the top, nnd you nre u pretty sorry crea ture if you de net finish what is left of the climb without grumbling that you had no chance. CopvrleM, 1921, hy Puhlic Ledger Company BONWU TELLER. 6.CO Sg tSpKia(&f SftofefOriinationA CHESTNUT AT. 13 STREET Presenting New Summer Fashions Te Speed the Fair Traveller en Her Way te Gay Vacation Days HE Magnet of the American Girl's vacation compass is attracted te the North, the Seuth, the East and West. Te the four points of the Glebe she makes her way by the Steamer, the Train, the Aereplane .... and oft across vibrating waters and thru fascinating vistas of vivid green foliage, she transports herself via imagination. Whether the fair traveller be silhouetted against the pyramids of Egypt or the country clubs at home .. . whether the watering places of France or the shore resorts of America be her -background, trie American Girl's attire is always, harmoniously correct, giving zest te play and sports, lending beauty, grace and distinction te all summer festivities, En Reute Women i Taillcur Suit e Reshar.ara 55.00 Tailored Doristeie Shirt 8.75 Mine Canten Crepe Tailored Frecl; 25.00 Turban of Hair and Burnt Coose 10.00 Kaiha Cape Ceat 55.00 Women's Freck of Navy Canten Crepe 39.50 Jeune Fille Tvill Ceat With Emhreiderit 49.50 Elizabeth Arden Cehmelic Set 14.00 Platinum Fex Scarf 69.50 w By the Mountain Side- Knicker Suit of Imported Ttueedi 39.50 Knitted SperU Ceat of Silff and Weel 75.00 Plaid Camel' t-Hair SperU Cape 45.00 Silk and Weel Sweater-12. 5d Fringed Skirt of Imported Tweed 10.00 Tub Skirt of Linen 7.50 Hand-tveven Weel SperU Scarf 10.00 Apret-midl Freck of Canten for Madame 59.50 Mine' Freck of Printed Crepe 20.00 ', through shadow. Suddenly both ponies halted. "I smell 'em!" neighed Trlxie soft ly. "I smell n wlielc circus." "Se de 1 1" neighed Topsy. "I smell n whele circus." The rays of the moon lighted a ridge nbove them. Acress this ridge slunk the buck shape of a long nnlmnl. After It cnnie a beast with n bushy head. Be hind the two marched n great, bulky figure, with n small form en top of It. "A drain pnrade," gasped Jack. "A circus parade In the weeds nt night. What can It mean?" (In tomorrow's chapter Jack and Janet lenni hew the strange visitors get In the forest.) K EITH'S THEATRE PEGGY WOOD With Four llU'lrllei & HnrnM Levy 'SENATOR" FORD from MichifaiT HAHUV HOI..WAV re. , WDAVBIl HKOS.i OTHr.nS: AND Rexer-IMHOF - COREENE-Mircelle "IN A I'EHT IIOl'SK" p FUR STORED and INSURED DURING SUMMER MONTHS KEMODEMMI AXI) REPAIRING A SPECIALTY BROWN & BRAUCHER 88 W. 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Douglas Fairbanks fcffff r'ADITrtl "Til & MARKKT L.ArllULi 10 A. M in I1-1R 1. M. Dorethy Dalten "Till: l Ill.MSUN i'IIAI.I,liNOr." GLOBE Jl'NIPKR AND MARKET VAUDEVILLE , CONTINUOUS 11 TO 11 nnncc btvc doth & market. HUdd IVKilU NIGHTLY ,8:15 Mtln-." WilniUv ami Saturday, B;tS iMAE DESMOND . "UP IN MAnHLH ROOM" WALNUT Bargain Matt. Wei. Sat., 50c te $1.00 MYRON C. r ADAS' S TAbCINATINO I'1AY A Remance of Youth With CARROLL McCOMAS Kttifl Jnckfinn, 1'anclien Cnmnlifll. Bctk Vunlcn, Clmrlrn Trcm lii-lilne. .li.hn Wrbittr. W. K. Hnrceurt, Mnreliiill Rlrmlaichaa. ALDINE Direction M rj. Kelt Cieetnut St. nt 10th Centln. II A.M. te 11 P.M. "THE SPLENDID LIE" With IRACi: DAVISON MIPS DAVlhON APPEARS IN PERSON PAHA". AT 3. W AND 10 P. M. Willow Greve Park CONWAY AND HIS BAND Vecul and Iiibtrumpntnl Soloists at Etry Concert Dnnce Tenlcht In Dnnceland Sr'dal Platter Dlnnurn Served at Caalne r.Am C'a'rfiff ey By the Side of the Sea Miuci Dolled Swiss Freck 22.50 Women's Tissue Cingham Frecl; 15.00 Women's Drawn Beaded Voile Freck 35.00 Mistes' Dance Freck of Crepe Romaine 35.00 Canten Crepe Wrap With Caracul 59.50 Women's Chiffen Dinner Dress 65.00 Silk Slip-en Sweater 25.00 Braid-lrimmed Bekhara Skirt 10.00 Net Blouse with Irish Lace -8.75 E this Side or Abroad Crepe Embroidered Freck 35.00 Women's Evening Dress of Lace and Chiffen 89.50 Sclf-trim'd Canten Crepe Wrap 49.50 Imported Feather Vanity Case f 8.50 Misses' Merniflg Freck of Linen 12.50 Zephyr Knit Capes 16.50 Vacation Corsets for Sports and General Wear Fine Lingerie and Boudoir Apparel Perfumes irti TeilUties for Vacation Needs- .t. i&'i WV. A. tV-iS i j, ? Ul: ,JH,ftVl m '.ht-V-V :; ' - w :v.V! y?B w ', "N 4? '"mm " wffiM iJlm e HI . i '.' 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