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It l am mil hub Sen is a cousin of Virginia and Mary Arter. the daughters of the Rev. and Mr" Geerge Calvert Carter, of Bryn Mawr. MR. AND MRS. TOLBERT RICH ARDSON, of Germantewn, will .ire the second June debutnnte garden Jirtv It Is for their daughter Snrel C. who Is coming out, but expects e0n,ge te Smith College In the fall. Anna Mess, the ether debutante, who ffilier coming out ten this month. Is ilw going te college In the autumn. The Rlclmrdsens' tea Is te be given la the garden of their place, Lynwood. in Scheel Heuse lane, and there will be a large receiving party of debs, most Ji them "SarcllcV friends from Bnrlni'lde. where she graduated this .win. There will be about twenty Ilterather nnd then Bevcral of Mrs. Richardson's friends will receive tee. The ether finycty for today Is a bridge party which Mrs. Sydney Thayer, .Tr., who was Margarettn Jeanci, will give for Iter cousin, Mrs. JeMPh Mlnett, of Portland, tyre. Mrs. Minett was Oalner Ralrd. the daughter if Mr. and Mrs. Edgnr Wright Ualrd, of Chestnut Hill, you remember. MR9. JACK GEARY, JR., Is very attractive. She was Elizabeth Witcr. you knew. I paw her yes trrdajr in a most unusual dress. It te light brown jersey and was made with the long sleeves and yoke In one straight piece. The rest of the drees was accor dion plaited and was finished w th a narrow girdle of the material. With It ri,c were n small lint of tlark brown rough straw braid turned up oil the face, with a big pompon en one side, ner mother-in-law nnd sister-in -law, Mrs. Jack Geary, Sr., and her daughter Bunny nre back from Europe new. I hear. They have been abroad traveling ilnce ln.t venr, before Bunny makes her debut this fnlh ANOTHER of next season's debu tante is just going abroad. Bobs Clnvten and her narents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Clajten. of Graywju. Hnverferd, ire FailhiK tednv en the Pari", and tlicv ire plnnnlns te travel in Europe until September. Mr. and Mrs. Clayten's ether (laughter. Mrs. Ralph Earle. will upend the summer at her cottage at '"(.""'"Mr-. Enrlp the ether day wear ing a prettv dress. It, was one of thec new printed erepe de chines and was grnv with smnll iWIriih of blue and white. It was mode simply with long flowing sleeves, a beat neck ami I siher link girdle. Slif were with It a small lint of dark blue horsehair. ind the whole "'u-vvvr (eming. NANCY V;Y. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ' Admiral nnd Mrs. Henry Wylle. of Bosten. JIass . will entertain at a "In ner en Tup"rtay evening. June 27, in honor of Mr Rlehanl U Austin and his daughter. Mlw I.ucylle Austin, of 232 Seuth Twenty-second street, who will tall for Europe the following day. Mr. Austin and his daughter will spend sev eral months traveling In hngland. Prance and Scotland. Miss Austin will make her debut nt a tea which her father will give en October 11. Admiral Wjlle la commandant nt the Bosten N'ay Yard. Mr. nnd Mr- Telbert N. UlchardHen, Of Lynwood, West Scheel Heuse lane, (Sermantewn, will Klve a dlnner-dance for sixty quests this evening following the Karden nartv which they will ele te Introduce their daughter, Miss bara ellcn Itlchnrdsen. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rebert Kelse CaBsntt, of Benupre, Uosement, have Issued Invi tations for a dance at their home en Monday evening. July 3, at 9 o'clock. In honor of their niece. Miss Sally Henry, daughter of Mrs. Gouverneur Cadwalader, of Stenedge, Fert Wash ington. Mr. nnd Mrs. Barclay McFadden, he are traveling abroad, are at pros ant spending sotne time at Nice, France. Mrs. McFadden. before her recent mar riage, was Miss Virginia Heckscher. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ledyard Heckscher, of Bollngbreke, Radner. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Merenu Bar ringer and their family, of 2105 Walnut street. lime taken a cottego in the Pecene Mountains, which they will occupy this month. Mr. nnd Mts. Daniel h Hutchinson, Of 1837 Spruce street, will leave early next month for Il.ir Harber, where they Mill spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Charlton Yarnall, of Seventeenth and Locust streets ana Crum Creek Farm, Deven, who re turned en Friday from a several months' tr ip abroad, uie spending a fewUjh In Atlantic City. Miss Agnes arnall, who also returned with her parents, is lsltlng In New Yerk. Mrs lienj.imlu llinnnau Itcath, of 1911 Walnut street, nnd her daughter, Miss Albcit.i 1 Reath. whose engage ment leccntiy nnM been announced te Mr. Hariv Rosengarten Ncllsen, will leae en T1iuihi1.iv, June 29, for North tan U.ii bur, Me., where they have Ifahcrl Jev Cettagn for the summer. Mrs Re.itli's son, Mr. Jeseph 1'. Reath, J he win i,e a graduate of St. Paul's ' bchoel, Ceiicmn, N, H next week, will accompany them Captnln Yiincy S. Williams, lT. S N na Mis, Williams, of Twenty-tlrst and , rerter streets, entertained at a buffet supper at their home lest evening after ine wedding lehearsal of their daugh. r, Miss Kvelyn Stuart WllllamH, and "islKr, Hat iv A, Cuthrlc. U. S. N ,'. uallatln, Tex , whesn marriage will iKe pl.ice today In the navy yard. The 5?st2 ttl're the bridal partv and several out.ef.town guests, Including Admiral Ki ynbcitsen. V. H N of the At wlii flc,,t- ""rt Mrs. Rohettsen. Miss ai ate, of llosten, Mr and Mrs. Rebert bi .tl,rlt- of f!allntln, Tex. and Mr. lnl Mis. Jehn C. Knight, of New Yerlc. npe'vi nnrt -Mls- Moncuie lllddle, of Rasr en r,fB '.a"e Chestnut Hill, will leare win Jy tnr ny "each, where U.ey ' spend the summer. ? of Rn,l( M,s- '""no II. Clothier, Jr.. snemi ".'?blpek l-'ami, Radner, will ',N7reV,u mnincr at the r house at m2?.r" ,.lPr' n- ' wlcn tney stone, their summer home. The mar rlage of Miss Graham and Mr. Devereux Celt Josephs, of Baltimore, will take place en Monday. June 26. Miss Sharp leas will attend Miss Graham as one of her bridesmaids. Mlea Jane H. Valentine nnd Miss Mary D. Valentine, of CO KnBt Chestnut avenue, Chestnut Hill, sailed yesterday for France bn the Aqultanla te spend the summer In Normandy and Brittany. Mis Catharine Bradford Knight, daughter of Mrs. Bradford Knight, of 2208 nittenheune street, left yesterday for a visit te Chnmbersburg, Pa where she will be the guest for a few days of Mrs. Mecrehead Kennedy at her place, Ragged Edge. Mr. and Mrs. t.euls Redman Pae, of Arnmlnk Farm. Brs-n Mawr. will lenvn the latter part of this, month for Yerk Harber, Me., where they will occupy their cottage for the summer. Their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louts Redman Page, Jr.. of 20ir, L(j. cust street, and their family left en Friday for their cottage at Yerk Har Har eor, where they will remain for the summer. Miss Berenice M. Mcllhenny, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Mcllhenny, of Lincoln drive and Jehnsen street, Ocr Ocr mantewn, who Is a student at Smith College, Northampton, Mass., will re turn home tomorrow. She will leave en Friday for a trip abroad, where she will Jein her parents and her brother. rii Te Be Guest of Hener .,,a5-"c: v. .enry Mcllhenny, wne sauea last month. Tncy will spena several menins Mr. touring the Continent, and will return in tne autumn. Mrs. Rebert E. arifflth, of Haver ford, will leave shortly for a meter trip te Richmond, Va., te attend the wedding of her nephew, Captain Geerge It. Bewer, U. S. M. C, son of Mrs. Geerge It. Bewer, of Vancouver. Terresdnle, whose marriage te Miss Marlen Car tnlchnel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Ragland Carmlchacl, wltl take place en Saturday evening. June, 24, In the First Presbyterian Church, Rich mond. Mr. Albert E. Turner will attend as best man at the wedding of Miss Mar garet Jesephine Piatt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayten Erwln Piatt, of Forty-sixth and Spruce streets, and Mr. J. Ignatius Daly, at 6339 Woodbine avenue, Overbroek, vhese marriage will take place en Wednesday morning. June 21, In the St. Francis de Sales Reman Catholic Church. The ushers will In clude Mr. Austin F. Piatt, Mr, Clayten E. Piatt. Jr., and Mr. Herbert C. Piatt, brothers of the bride, and Mr. Themas Hare. GERMANTOWN Mr. and Mrs. Gerald II. Deacon, of 5027 Merris lane, are occupying their cottage at Cape May for the sum mer. The marriage of Miss Carrie Cathrall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewls Ca thrall. of 30 West Rockland street, and Mr. Reland Pyle, of Kennctt Square, took place an Saturday afternoon nt 4 o'clock at the Congregational Church, Seymour street. The Rev. Charles Sut Sut eon officiated. Upen their return from n wedding trip, Mr. and Mra Pyle will be at home at Kcnnett Square. NORTH PHILADELPHIA The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Sheet man, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeseph Shcctman, of 2505 North Twenty-eighth street, and Mr. Isadore Kaybes took place last evening at the New Trnymere Hall. The Rev. Dr. Brenner officiated. A reception nnd dance followed the ceremony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Kaybes left en an extended wedding trip. The marriage of Miss Rese Grccn bcrg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Grcenberg, of 1626 North Thirtieth street, and Mr. Herman Jack Sklar. took place en Sunday afternoon nt 0 o'clock at the Mlkve Israel Synagogue. The Rev. Leen H. Elmaleh officiated. A'rcceptlen followed at the home of the oriaeB parents. SOUTH PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs. Lruls Vllettl, of 617 Fltzwater street, announce the engage ment of their daughter. Miss Rese vl vl eottl, te Sir. A. Felletta. The formal announcement was made at a reception nt their home en Sunday evening last. Among the guests nt the reception were Mr. and Mrs. J. Dl Glacomo, Mi. ana Mrs. O. Dl Glacomo, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. Cavalier, of Ambler, Pa. ; Mr. and Mrs. 11. EaldlnC', Mr and Mra. A. Ucrenate, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fortunate. Mr. and Mrs. E. Penlcl, Mr. nnd Mis. L. F. Nar- .lelle, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. It. Marane. Mr. and Mrs. F. Dl Giorgie. Mts. J. P. Nardelle, Miss Rese Berenato, Mis.s Anna Berenato, Miss Lillian Tumolllle. Miss Annn Tumolllle, Miss Mildred Dl Lemme. Miss Margaret Dl Lemme, Miss J. Casarow, of Brldgcten, N. J. : Miss C. Cclcbre, Miss R. De Morcef, Miss Lucy Esposlte, Mr. Cvrll FesBolane, Mr. Themas Rressl, Mr. N. Dl Lemme. Jr.. Mr. P. Ksposlte, Mr. R. Esposlte nnd Mr. P. Itlenai. Mr. James L. McGowan. of 2625 Rainbrldfte street, expects te go te Maine about July 1. Miss Grace Hennlngs, of Richmond, Pa., entertained Informally en Sunday evening In honor of Miss Helen Shertz, of 1317 Wolf street, and her sister, Mrs. H. W. Narr. of 2128 Seuth Bread street. MBS. JOSEPH MINOTT Of Portland, Ore., who will be the guest of honor at a britbje party which Mm. Sydney Thayer, Jr., will give this afternoon. Mrs. Mlnett, who was Miss Oalner O. Ualrd, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Wright Balrd, of Chestnut Hill as best man, and the .ushers were Mr. Fenwlch Shepperd and Mr. Gwynne Shepperd, of Cynwydj Lieutenant Charles Moere, U. H, N nnd Ensign Henry Dunbar, U. 8. N. HOWARD OILLI NGHAM An Inlftrintttiir WA.Irllnar inne nlflCO at neon today In the Episcopal Church of the Atonement, Wayne and Chelten ave nues, Germantown, when Miss Katharine Dillingham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Gllllnjrhnm, became the bride of Mr. Philip E. Heward, Jr., eon of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Heward, of Swarth mere, Pa. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wa attended by Miss Dorethy Kllleugh aa maid of honor. Mr. H. C. Trumbat Heward, a brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. A small weddlnf breakfast followed for the Immtdlate families ana bridal party at the home of the bride a parents. Mr. and Mrs. Heward will llve in Belgium, where Mr. Heward Is connected with the Gospel Mission. GREENWOOD O'MEARA An attractive wedding will take place at 5 o'clock this afternoon in me roc rec roc terv of th rtnmnn Cathelln Church Ot Our Lady of Lourdes, Hrxty-thlrd street ana Lancaster avenue, overerooK, wnen Miss Marian Zlndee O'Meara. daugh ter of Mr. and Mra Michael Jeseph O'Meara. of 6421 Overbroek. avenue, Overbroek, will become the bride or Mr. Paul Greenwood. Father MeNally, rec tor of the church, will perform the ceremony. The bride, who will be given In marriage by her father, will wear a gown of Iver white satin trimmed with lace and a court train. Her veil of tren of honor, and Miss F.llzabeth O'Meara, a sister of the bride, the maid of honor. Mr. Herace Greenwood, a brother of the bridegroom, will net as best man. HALLINAN RYAN An Interesting June, wedding which will take place today Is thut of Miss Katharine K. Ryan, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jehn J, Ryan, of 17 Slmrrjen read, Ardmere, and Mr. Frank S. Haltlnan, of 131 Houth Firty-nrst street. Tne cere mony will be performed In St. Celman's Reman Catholic Church, of Ardmore, at a quarter te six o'clock thin evening. The bride, who will be given In mar riage by her father, will wear old satin lace ever geergette trimmed In pearls and rhlnestenes and a veil of tulle nur nur meunted by a tiara of rhlnestenes and pearls. She will carry a shower bou quet of lilies of the valley, white roses and white orchids. Mls Dorethy Ryan, sister of the bride, will be maid of honor. The bridesmaids will Include Mrs Harry French, Mrs. Rey Broom Broem Breem hall, Mrs. Geerge McHugh, Miss Georgl Geergl ana Kempen, Mrs. Jehn J. Ryan, Jr., and Miss Mae Haltlnan. Air. Paul Tob Teb bin will be best man, and the ushers will Include Mr. Lee Shea, 3d, Mr. Elmer McGrath. Mr. Herbert Norten, Mr. Geerge McHugh. Mr. Ray Broemhalt end Mr. Harry French. RHODES TONER An Interesting wedding took place this morning at 0 o'clock in St. Moni Meni ca's Church, Rltner and Seventeenth streets, when Miss Mary Kathryn Tener, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J" r; Tener, of 18,10 Rltner. .street. bm the bride at Mr. Simen Aley slue Rhodes of 113 East Lehigh fwnnftThecM?r meny wan performed by the Rev. t atner Jeseph Kelly, and was m'S"'","" a nuptial mass. The Rev. i athcr James McLaughlin nnd the Rev. Father Jehn Oreene. w?re also present. The Ur de were a or. . - '",,"-"; nnn uni i ilu ...v .. - 'fl2&Mgi ES ninl n tultn veil bouquet of white tulle will be arranged with feet or lace and clusters WEST PHILADELPHIA Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cehen have re turned from their wedding trip nnd are at heme at 6041 Christian street. Be fore her marriage en May 28. Mrs. Cehen will be remembered as Miss Ce cilia Yeskln, of West Philadelphia. Mrs. William P. Brenz, cf 821 Flor ence avenue, Is spending a fortnight In Chicago as the guest et relatives. MISS PHOEBE PHILLIPS TO WED MR. PRIME Miss Williams Bride of Ensign Guthrie Other Weddings of Nete The marriage of Miss Phoebe Careline Phillips, daughter of Mr. Clement Stock Steck er Phillips, of 2212 Locust Btrcct, and Mr. Alfred Coxe Prime took rlace at 12:30 today In the Church of the Geed Samaritan at Paell. The Rev. Herace Watsen, rector of the church, officiated. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, were a gown of white brocaded satin trimmed With duchesse lace, and a tulle veil edged with rose point lace fastened at either side with a spray of orange blossoms. She car ried Ophelia roses and whlte sweet peas. Miss Essyllt Evana was the maid of honor. She wero a frock of pale blue chiffon and ecru silk lace, and a white straw hat trimmed with whlte roses. She carried Ophelia roses and larkspur. Dr. Frederick Prime, of New 'ierk. acted aa best man for his brother, and the ushers Included Mr. Willing; Balch, Dr. Merrla Pierael. Mr. J. Hewell Davis and Mr. Jeseph Carsen. A breakfast followed the ceremony at Annaslelgh, the country place of the bride's father at Paell. After a wed ding trip, Mr. Prlme and his brlde will be at home at Paell after July 1. O UTHRIE WILLIAMS A military wedding of Interest took place at 1 o'clock today, when Mlsa Evelyn Stuart Williams, daughter et Captain Yancey 9. Williams, U. S. Navy, and Mrs. Williams, et Twenty first nnd Perter streets, became thfl bride of Ensign Harry A. Guthrie, U. S. N , son of air. anil Mrs. Rebert T. Guthrie, of Gallatin, Tenn. The ceremony was performed at Quarters K, the residence of Commander and Mrs. Henry Dinger, the former home of the bride's parents. Chaplain Edward Duff, U. S. N.. of ficiated. The quartern was decorated with flags, and the bride and bride groom were married under the Ameri can Hag. All the officers wote full dress uniforms. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wero white canton crepe embroidered In pearls and crystals and n long court train of white crepe de chine. Her veil of tulle was arrangua in a coronet effect of rose point lace, caught with a band of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, sweet peas and lilies of the val ley. Miss Charlette authrie, of Galla tin, Tex., a sister of the bridegroom, nnd Miss Mary Wallace, of Bosten. Mass., wcre the maids of honor. Mlsa. Guthrie wero a irccK ei rose mucin and a picture hat of white leghcrn trimmed with pink tulle. She eurrieu n. bouquet of snapdragons and pink sweet peas. Miss Wallace were a frock of orchid taffeta with a leghorn hat trimmed with orchid tulle, and carried orchid sweet pens and spring flowers. The six attendants who steed en either side cf the aisle included Miss Dorethy Nulton, Miss Winifred Murftn. Miss Mnrgaiet Schwable. Miss Tllten Singer. Miss Elizabeth Wheelock, of New Yerk, and Miss Gertrude Stanley. They were white net dresses with whlte leghorn nnd net hats. .... Ensign Charles Perter. U. S. N acted a cap er- of eranse blossoms. She will carry a shower bou quet of whlte orchids and lilies of the valley. Mrs. Frank Bader will be ma- .n.AB nnd lilies ui the Valley. . Miss Anna m. ,'wner. -i was inu "r""---i .;. PI..,n""'.,',T,;..V iVrnthPr erf the Included Mr. Jehn Tener and Mr. Harry McCleskcy. WELSH LIKOFF An attractlve wedding will take place at 7 o'clock this, everling at the Rltz Rltz Carlten Hetel, when Miss Jean I. keff, j... .... nf vr riml Mrs. Merris LikenT, of 0117 Carpenter street, will become the brlde of Mr. Barrle Welsh, of 6831 Carnenter street. The Rev. Abraham Neumann will officiate. A reception will fellow immediately after thp cere mony. The bride, who will be given in marriage by her father, will wear a cewn of white crepe und silver lace and a princess lace veil. She will carry an old-fashioned bouquet. Mra. Lewi; Htratt will act as matron of honor, and the brtdesmaldH will Include Mlsn Rena Nachman. of Newport News, Va. : Miss Pearl Jonas, of Richmond, Va.; Mls Frances Sklareff, Mlsn Gertrude Deras and Miss Ellse lnnn. miss Miriam Sklarcrt will be the flower girl, and Mr. Alfred Outman wiit hi the'rtBt bearer. Mr. A!brt Weiss will act as best man for Mr. Welsh, and the ushers will iiiclude Mr. Harry Llkeff, brother of the bride J Mr. David G. Welas, Mr. Murray Jonas, Mr. Irving' Jaffe, Mr. Jesse it, Finn nnd Mr. David Luber. LAWRENCE CLAIR A etllet weddlne ulll tnltn nlnrn thin evening at 7 o'clock, when Miss Mll- """"ff'S'SSSssl PifseMssi sjissiisy Pyjssj?iElSsssl ng i M. wmMmmmwmumm m mmmmmmmmmmmm IBfMTWHM, DMMtOXana 4 MAKBKt Of WOJWff ASD CJtlLDBMVt xrrAMML or tub biebbbt cbamaetbr for uerb tbas rwBxrr-asx tbabs ISM Catnu SUM HAVE YOU A SWEETHEART, Sen, Daughter, Brether or Sister? If se. write us today te send ieu FREE the Allen' root-Kie Walking Dell. One Drupgirt writes. "These Foot Foet Foot Kase Walking Dells are a Scream. Mnny pceiilt- here are using thorn at banquets ;rd festivals as table, deco dece deco rntiens, ene dell te a cover. Send us another supply." The Allen's Foot Foet Foot Ease Walking Dell, advertising Allen's Foet-Ka.se, the Antiseptic, Healing Powder for tender, smarting, swollen feet. Is the clevcrest novelty of the season. Drep a Postal te Allen's Feet-Ease. Le Rey, N. Y., and get a Dell FREE. Adv. occupy eaily next month. nnd Mrs. Geerge R. Slnnlckhen ana Vi.iL . ".r- UBOKa " ninnicKhen will iiv.rfaml y et Crefeld. Roscment, he,e hI .c!"; ' '" J"1' ter England, Mre q ,wl,Penl soma time with Oa. h'nnl?k8n slatr, Mrs. Morten Mi "anbmy, l,r y AI"rfl,r1el' A. Sharpless, duugli . of ';? M.r"' .T' wllsen Sharp lllll iiS' Cnetnut avenue, Chestnut J II, he engagement lecently has I. !..... -."'O-'IMVIIl ICVCIIU Jr.: t ,u,u''?eu te Mr. Walter L. Ress, fera feu.'T,'"?.0'! ""urday, June 24, BhaJ.1 N .layB . visit te Newport. It. I. Klven h - MuL",u ll0U80 ',art' te l' 'hm"daiiBh n?fISfKftrfi Tlyer llra lOraharn ?f ir,"f. Mr"- warcl Spencer -Ir"1' r 1!ia- Locust street, at Svhet- .jl"VY!i& .. wiErada titi " ". Mi-muni (.. , '.'it uts lunn Ptnanin.i eii. i K,." '"Client, of the'hen.vn,,in""W. Ivl ene fa.... un ... --.' eildlns Thin e r- ,IU .mlntli!Iy'h!: Vtiy by mv.l ra M w it 30NWIT TELLER &. CO. Wt tSptdaltif tShep jef 'Origination CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET THURSDAY Closing out the Entire Remaining Stock of TWEED SUITS Fer Women and Misses 15-00 & 25-00 Formerly Priced te 65.00 AT 15.00 Closing out Women's and Misses' two-piece Suits of tweeds and hemespuns, in the season's most fashionable colorings. AT 25.00 Closing out two and three piece ver sions of the Sports Costume in domestic and imported tweeds and hemespuns. Included in this group are also some tailleur Suits in two-piece modes of twill cords and coverts. Women's Dept. Second Fleer Misses' Dept.-Fourth Fleer i HALLOWm. "8m. fbwfi STEAMER HAMPERS OF FRUIT W THE STEAMERLWv. GIFT THAT WINS DEEPEST APPRECIATION! Mt- Perfect irJI Delivery yQy Guaranteed te Any Pert HENRY R.HALLOVELL 8.SQM BROAD & CHESTNUT STS. PHILADELPHIA APPAREL OF THE BETTER KIND w fti$ w Chcstnet Cerner Twelfth A DIFFERENT KIND OF STORE Summer Frecks 8.50 te 19.50 Of Nermnndie voile, nen-cruahablc linen, gingham, im ported dotted Swiss, some with real Irish lace trimming. dred M. Clair, daughter of Mr. and mth. u. cinir, or 14B2 North Sixty second street, will become the bride of Mr. Nerman L. I-awrence, of 131 North Qresi street. The Ilev. David Weed, paRter of the Hatitlat Church of Over Over breok, will etnclate. The bride, who will be given In marriage by her father, will wear a gown of satin and georgette, with ft tulle veil arranged with orange blossoms, nnd will carry a shower bou quet of white reues and sweet peas. She will be attended by her sister, Mrs. H. Flnley, as matron of honor. K EITH'S THEATRL PEGGY WOOD A Hareld T.T MiCkifM with reur nuMiM SENATOR" FORD fro HAiutT nnr.'vrAW a m WEAVEn nnnq.i rmtvtna. iun Keftr-IMHOF - COREENE-Mirccllt IN A PKST IIOU8IS" A I FITMC Dlrellen M. E. Felt rxLiLtmia Chestnut St. nt 10th "lfc Centln. 11 A.M. te 11 P.M. "THE SPLENDID LIE" With ORACK DAVIHO.V MISS DAVISON APPEAIIS IN PERSON DAILT. AT 8. 8 AND 10 p. M. Willow Greve Park WONDERFUL CONCERTS TODAY BV Conway and His Band DINK AT Till? CASINO Phene Park for Plenle Reservations NINETEENTH AND VAMCff j "! 11. 1:80. 8:80. 00. T0, iW'L Constance Talmat TU A MV.W PlCTtmM HWSM .r nv WM ff ttftti ruLLi Tifra rmxMar ADDED ATTRACTIONS .., MILLOPICCO eSPS&l Next Wk "The Wemn WheWsWifi Alene," with Dorothr Datten. Mlltea HUH and Wnnrta Hewler M V Bread and Chestnut . ,. Nerma Talmadga ' in "SMILIN THROUGH' j DAI ATI? 12T" AND MAIIKET j r ALACEt 0:13 A. M. te 11 P. X. ' GEORGE ARLISS ff SggSl AD1 Ant A 10TH CHE8TNDT AKLAU1A 10 A. M. te 11S1& P. M. Jack Helt & Bebe Daniels In "NORTH OF THE RIO OltANDR" I'm Toe Old Among these receiving great benefit here are Women sixty and sixty five years of age. Treat ments are adapted te your strength, condition and need. Trial treatment gratis. CelIiM Institute for Women Bcllevue Court Building 1418 Walnut Street Phene, Spruce 6484 VICTORIA Douglas Fairbanks NINTH AND MARKET 0 A. M. te 11:15 P. 1C "The Three Muktr" rtDITAI 8T" & MARKET CAlllUL 10 A. M. te 11:15 P. H. Dorethy Dalten ff1Sff' rt ADC JUNIPER AND MA11KBT GLUDb VAUDEVILLE CONTINUOUS 11 TO 11 rDiCC VCVC O0TII A MAIIKET VIVUlJU IMilU ? Matin'! MAE "UP IN NIOHTIY. 8:18 aalurany 2:15 AND HER PLAYERS" MAIIEIS ROO' W(lnwlnv nnd DESMOND First Bargain Mat. Today 50c te $1 Summer Dresses in Gingham for Extra-Size Women 'Slenderizing Styles" tt 11 .00 WALNUT A Remance of Youth WITH CARROLL McCOMAS t; "A Play That W1U Appeul Te Women. NerVh Amcr!e4 "Mlu McCema 8cereI u Triumph." i:ve. Ledfer White Silk Stockings Full fashioned. Excellent quality. Unusual value. J.95 INK WK iJ We Specialize in Apparel that Slenderizes the Larger Weman j Iliiiill!illillll!MWllilllllllllHlliiiiiiiiiiiiitiii I kuj4BBBBBZESV I1 i qga3g;aifM8MB3MW a 1 Cotts Smtt, Dretse$, Skirts Lingerie, Sweaters, Negligees Our Entire Stock of Daytime Dresses Reduced 25 te 50 The same smart and individual models that have made "Stecker" synonymous with ultra style; the same splendidly varied showing that includes every fashionable fabric and color of the season. Street Dresses That Were $23 te $69.50, Are New $1350, $1950 te $35 Third Fleer Afternoon Dresses That Were $75 te $145, Are New "38, $45 te $85 Second Fleer Suits, Capes & Coats Reduced te Cost and Less Spert Suits tweeds, hemespuns and fabrics. Splendid cheesing. They were up te $29.50 f sport $15.09 Tailored Suits twill blue peirct twill and and with self-color Navy cord, plain breidery. They were up te $95 em- $39.50 Spert Coats Plain colors and novelty effects in all the desirable materials. They were up te $29.50 $16-50 K. iMiM&MmJik i t i.. Capes & Wraps Trimmed with fringe and tassels, in black and wanted colors. They were up te $69.50 $35 t5yi &iS-2 V ..tf,V I '1. i.t j A iJe iv4V. . . ' 'iJwf s. ". u A r ... n JMt... hf&,SAiX (..ul.li y ', Altftu iiitfall .t liiTM'iiii iV -Y" art) ii m tf"-- - ' " - -' -,aitiiii i i r n isMi r r -t ' 1220-22-24 Walnut Stn Geerge Allen, inc. 1214 Chestnut Street 1214 All Our Colored Blocked Hats at Greatly Lowered Prices rZhLaJ! a 0nd-rfuI opportunity te secure one of these high- $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $8.50 and $10.00 A Summer Sale of Hosiery and Underwear 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- TONE SILK HOSE $1.25 a pair Reduced from $145. $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 7?,i all colors except White, some with French Cleck FANCY LISLE HOSE 75c a pair, 3 for $2.00 In Black, White and Beige. $2.25 VANITY FAIR SILK VESTS $1.75 Bodice tops; geed quality heavy silk. $3.75 VANITY FAIR SILK BLOOMERS $2.25 Heavy silk, full cut. LISLE VESTS 35c each, 3 for $1.00 Regular and bodice tops. LADIES' LIGHT COTTON TIGHTS, were 7."c, new 50c each With loose or tight knees. ANNETTE KELLERMAN WOOL IJATHIXG TIGHTS S2.75 75c Fine Linen French Handkerchiefs, 25c Handkerchiefs of fine linen with French hand-rolled hems in various colored designs, reduced from 7ec te 25c. ' 3 oz. Bettle of Coty's French Toilet Water, Very Special at $2.25 Wc nre able te offer Coty's famous teilnt waters in five of the best-liked odors, L'Orifran, Jacqueminet, I.'Ellleurt, Styx and Paris, at the lowest prica at which these popular toilet waters have ever been quoted. Full U-oz. bottle, $2.23. We Bought the Entire Stock of M. J. LEWIS 1206 Chestnut Street Everything will go en (sale at 1214 Chestnut Street en Monday, June 19 iu -J.4 M i MB .!",' sw 4 " J ViF I'M... tlt: s iM N 1 'I vir M r"i M i v .& i v4 H fi'iy.1 WW irS fiiVt MM sa 1 1