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'jVH EVENING PUBLIC liEDGEK PHIIiADEIiFHIA'. BATUKUAI. anrxnaxBni e, w i 1 POLO FANS AT THE PHILADELPHIA. COUNTRY CLUB THIS WEEK AT THE THEATRES fST GOSSIPABOUT PEOPLE Nancy Wynne Talks of Pole This Afternoon- Mr. and Mrs. Rebert L. Montgomery Introduce Their Daughter at a Large. Tea Engagements Announced Today T EXPECT tlie entire world nnd his I ,v(e will 1) out nt the pole tliiH afternoon, IIieiirIi tlir Mentlnvy llroek frnm lins withdrawn, evvlns te the death of Air Iiimue.v, etic of Its memberc, nnd the en me tlil-i nftrrmn-i wll' '.. n veil between tiie Etslwlt team nnd Argen tine. Mr. Iliimxe.v's dentil was n ter rible f-lx'f!: I" 1"" fi.Tlwi. , vvcl' "M elsewhere. He wns here en'v en Mon Men clav. plinlng In tlie Mcnilew ltwelt four, nil would probably have plnycd en Wclni"lnv afternoon but for n misty tumble, which shook him up very nmcli. nnd ke lie bnd tlccltlisl te t'tiiy out of ,e Kfimc until today. Uv wan driving ..m. Md hIhIit nnd lier I Innrc en 'I burs- Inr when tliir accident hitiiPtuil whleh, ii.Mii' Mm out of the ear nml rntlu'd , bis dentil in u few iiienientH. Meadow BrOOK M WlllUiruwni innn i in- i'iiiihh " ; .i. . ..,. .. v,,.ini it. .In ment gives the cup te I-.iu-t ett M de- fnult. Tlie came will ileiilitlrm be very exciting. Tiieiis" miHui " !' niiui'i nnee will be n grent ns en rtliiiwluy, for Helen Hepe Montgomery! ten In this afternoon, tee. jeu Knew, and it n nulte n tlMnnrc from llnln. Ilesldcs that.' everv one wl'l want te go te the Montgomery tea, for Mrs. Montgomery, 'ns well no her daughter, Is n great favorite. , However, mine of us will tnkr a chnnee nnd go te pole find, driving mileklv te tea afteY the tfntne or per baps lralng the xntne n bit niilx se as te oxtrlrnte our ears from the melee. Seme, of these who will go te pe'n thiH nftcrnoen will be Mr. and Mn. Jehn Converse. Mr. nnd Mr. h'tnr Malhcr, Mr. nnd Mis. (illbft Mather. Mr. nnd Mr. Heffman Delr.n, Mrs. itielinrd MeCrnnn. Mr. and Mr-. (Jrerge II. Enrle, .Id. Mr. nnd Mrn. Bnrclnv McFndden, Mr. nnd IJIr. .lehn - -- i i f .) linn SklrinnV II. .vicrauuen, -ir. mm .-. ....., 'Jhmer, Jr., anil ever se many iimnf. eay. Hcptemner nu, nl te o'ciecK, in Kt. Persennllv I nni. glnd se much Is Mark's Kplscepnl Chinch. Seventeenth helne mnde'ef pole. It's such n wen- and Locust streets. The Hcv. Hedper B. 5fMi snort nnd Is there n lovelier Andersen. O. II. i. of Hely Cress rlerful sP"rt' i" Vlnl.l ihnii out at the Monastery. West Park. N. V will offl effl offl spet for a iwle tlelil an "''Y,'",. I -1 elate. assisted by the Rev. JVank Wll tii.n J..lr.1ilfi i iiiintrv I lull t I tl II1K the, ii .. M ... ...... .,u -..... i iihiui'm'" ' ',,; iVT . .1. ...... I, i"i"iiuii. ei ni. iiianiB. .mss utmn'' Tlew of the white clubhouse through wl) be nttcnrjcd by her sister. Miss the trees from the po'e giandstand W Vlvlanne I). Wntklns as mnld of honor, tee beautiful for word'. Thete's n'lnnd Mr. Alenzo Llpplncett Wied will rreeiincs about the trees nnd fellnge' net us best nuin for his brother. There I have never seen duplicated els-ewherc ; wl" ' no reception, no, net even out In Terresdnle, where j An nutumn weddhiR of much Interest i-e manv sluides of green ill the spring will he that of Miss Frances J. floss, Imi nl'nnt take our DrentU nway. ' rial was a soft grnv nml had large , checks outlined with line stripes of tan I nml blue. Her hat was u model of TO GO en te the Montgomery tea: H's te be held at Ardrewnn. the reuntrv plii'e which Mr. and Mr". Iloli Ileli erl lamiir: Montgomery. Helen Hepe s parents, built out nt Vlllaiievn about fifteen pars age. I'lirtheniiere, the tea Is THIS aftpi-noen and net Tuesday, as in s be'ii etroneeiisly nniieunced. Sep tember "iil was the (late first decided will net be anv debutante receiving' 'I lien inn no u-s r - T' '"t v ' braeke Kert wKshlnRten. and Mr. Wll year. Did you see Mnr Si nil llevi nm ,, M ,,n() ()f n;,g Spruce Htrpl,t en Wednesdnj .' She were a peifeetl , wh!cll nl tnkp ,,lnt. t ,, en giltur. n-nmlnpfiil eet-iin of tweed. I lie mate- i cl.iv. October "S. In Helv rlnltv Ktilw'nmil ii. . .iiimi iim i i j iviiai ii i. niiriii'i' niriTi imii wiiik grny felt and had a large nine veivei nr ,m,i m,.,,. nicliard M. Cadwalndcr tinii'pv at tha fclde. Then 'he had ti , of 2019 lie I.ancey place, hnve Issued Jimnl stunni'ie M'nrf of a Palsle de- . Invitation for a dunce nt the Rltz lign In which blues nnd grays predetnl- I 'n'-l'"" en Tuesday . venhiR. October .1 pi... ,. lint,. pfT.M uik sinnrt as ,0' ln honor of Miss Mary De V. Oenry. nnte. lh ' 1'','', ,?5 ''.I, j m. Mr I 'le.utantedauShter of Mr. and Mrs. Jehn could be nnd most becoming te Murj. Whl,e (jarv. of chestnut Hill. Mr. Upen bv Mri. Montgomery nnd It lias I'.irms, Jtadner. ri no irucsti win later nni liKi'm i'liiiii"eil rumors nml state- , attend the dance which Mr. larence M. ., i.. tl, ni tr-irv netwi 1 stall liiir Kll". of Chestnut Hill, will rIne that nent. te the rniiti.ir iietwithstaiiill fc. .rn,n nt Whltemaish Valley Hunt (1 nhvavs like that pxnr"len. ) 1 "ere ..1..1, f.. ,,u .i,.!,,,,,.,.,,, ..i.,.-. Mii.i rrnr. Party, but Mrs. il11in tt. M;'""'; Mr. am, M w.Bm 0 Wardcn. ery. Jr.. Mrs. Jack Geary id tie of u(1 0atc (jcrm.intewn. has Issued f'eunte. S'lramend. who is vlsitiii' the e.nds for 11 te.i en Tuesday afternoon, Montgomery, will be nt the tea table. 1 October 10. from 4 until 6-liO o'clock ln I honor of Mr. Warden's niece. Miss S.i- PVEIIY ONE will be interested in Wl'tetW'SS i-i tlie two engagements announced Watden's niece, Miss Elizabeth Mercan, tedin. Helen Turner's te Pied Shee-1 daughter of Mr. and Mm A. Heed Mor Mer ninker. of t.ermantnv n. is nimeun ed h P""- of Chestnut llli. imitations lima lu.r ninilier Mrs liimes V 1' Turner "be 'en Issued for ,i d.inca vrnlcb Mr. , T v' Ii V ,:,i 'r II ; m"' Mrs Jehl1 L''w''" Kctterllnus. of Mm knew, and he rnsl I.tiRlili ,,. spruce street, will Rle In honor of daughter, l.lnine. Is engaged te llasll thcr niece, Mls McLean, nt Oreen Hill Gorden, of Washington, Mrs. Geerge ' Farms, en Satuulny ecnlnR, October Zi, Itarnetl's son nnd stepson of Majer "t 8 o'clock General Harnett. Helen Turner enme out last winter. Shu is a M-ry nttrmthe girl, with the prettiest waw nair 'ilitl sutt nan; eves, i in-unier .. 10 nureuuic incir uauRiiiei, Her brother. William Turner, married I M Elizabeth I. Wenr. until June, tr in l-nv n .Imu.litnr (if llin lnvnllli M W'heil sll- will tliake llOC debut lit U Rnr- .itan I ex. a i a loiter of the Jeseph M. ,, j w n, lexes of Andaliihin. about n M'ar aue. I tcll0(5, al Debt,s Terr) Llnlne l.njlish is a sister of Beatrice i English She has spent a gieat deal of I 3""( H Stbenck of Wjnne lnr lime In Wnsliinslnii u here she ilnl ' wrl. will Rive a tea en Fi ld.iy. Novem Nevem ir time n nslilngien. where she Uu ,,,er , nt Uree. H, ,,-nrmMf 6verbroek. war work during the late war and , it,oduce te society his daughter! "here f-lie has visited frequently since. mjss m.u.v M. Sdienck, he will be one Basil Gorden's father wns also mimed of the season's debutantes. T'asil. He was a Ilaltimerean and Mr. nnd Mrs William Cooper Hunne difd a numleref enrs age. ..Irs. (.or- ,, Jr , of ,,,,.. Hellew. Itaverferd, den later mnrr.ing Mner General Bar- v. entertain at dinner at the T'hlladel. nctt, 1". S. M. C The, I!ntli"tls wereiphla Country Club this evening, In stationed nt the nvy Yntd here suui .vears age nt.d nt that time Ilasil nnd blr sisters were absent mm h of the time at sihoel. Leila Gorden, his sister, married Rebert Dlekev, of Dn.vten, O. T?n sil grtt'lunted frnm l'rinietiin and was n captain in the Murine Cerps dining the war. THAT wns a dandy party nt the Kmery McMlchneN' last night ut Knell neils'1. Kllen. whose eucngemcut te Chnrlie Herwind v.-as niiueiinced ves- teulav afternoon, looked dear in a fleck of pink chiffon and ,veu knew h iw be-1 coming Hint color Is te her. There were nlieut l'JO Ruests, mid ewr one wns wlshiti',' her happiness, jeu inn he iiire. Charlie llenvlnd is a lurk man. for Kllen Is a fine ulrl nnd will make a splendid wife, (' avien Mi Michael, her .eiisn, gave a dinner for I dl"T, ' Vlr. dliuhter, M Unrbaru hei before the dance ami the Tem kIi. '',Iln biylen Mrs Ctayten will give teL L "'"'- "'J "" ""V V?" I a luncheon en Thursday, October 5. In tens entertained for Anne, and Mls.,noner 0f Miss Clavton and Miss Cen- near aeanes nibe gave a dinner. I I Wlllaid Dodgers, also a debutante of T .S wonderful hew far abend people the season, plan for the summer seasons. I Invitations have been Issued by Mr hear, for instance, tu ,, K,i tln. and Mrs. Jehn Ddward Zlmmermann llmrlty, that the Geerge Widencrs have of Chestnut Hill, for a dinner dance en leased the Siifferti 'fullers' house. MM- 1 Sa'i'idav evening. Octeher It, In honor 1 iffe. en lluircliH ineinii. in v.,.. rf 1 et Miss Margaretta A Sharplesv, daURh- for next si. iiin.'i I . .... .1 n, . ' ' I ler at Mr' ,lml J,rh T Wilsen Sharp. "J" i-'itiiine . I de net deiili it s',elH ,)f ,.hP8tnut mn, whose marriage u'usMly te pint s f,. a.. mr, t Mr Walter L. Ress, Jr., will tnku M'U UnVt . I llO lIl'Tll. 111(1 tllnrn luiul llli nlnea n.. I Liislmr -- -... ! "Mniii 1 iii j'-iy gre.'ii, 11 is certniniv mie wmiiier fid spot te go te. The Tem lUdgwiijs hnve lHiiight a house tbeie, tee, A I.I.l'N had a loose teeth, and some one persuaded the voting geutlemnii thel l. .1.. .1.- -l.,.., . ... . . ... ....L ,- ,. ,,,,. iii'inrriiiai sunn: nneui t nnd threw shut the proverbial de,.r t leiunve It. He did and the loelb. winch wns vee loose. ,.i,ie out with little trouble. Allen Incldentallv eat ned ten it for hi-. Iinimr, ii i,.i .. fine time en this wealth.' Nit week however, the ten icills belllL' snent. our hern was in need of mere silver am milling the N'r.end fient teeth wis sllKlitly 1edk he decided te leusdi It up mere by working it h'u k and forth ntnl hmilU l.e olinehi.il tin, .irln,. ,.,,,! nils time tlM. teeth hurt iiilte u let Later in tne n, wlien llmldv mint' "nine, lie recited his sulleiings te hlin Ami asked Imddj, "Which deer did J-"!! tie the string te, bej V "The "lie that gees te ami fro, Dad," ie filed our here. "Oh," Inquired Haddv, "and which wn was It when It pulled the loethV" And said Allen: "It was fin." NANCY WYNN'K. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES Mrs James V P Tiiinrr, of Mount lry. announces the engiigeinent of her daughter. MImi AcIhIIiih Helcne Tiiiuet, te Mr. Krcderlcl; Fialey hheemakcr, en of Mr. nnd Mis. Kchert Hlieemaker. '"oi.Ucrmantewn. Miss Turner, who inaan her debut two years age, Is a popular member of the younger set. OT. Bhotmaker served In the Navy dur nf Oie World War. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. English, of 221 West Schtel lane, Gormnntewn, announce the etiRnRemcnt of their daughter, MIhh Klalne Tnyler Ktiffltali. nnd Mr. TJabII Uerdnu, of WiughltiKteti. I). (, seu of the Inte Husll Gorden, of Hnltlmore. ami of Mir. (lecrrKB llnrtictt, wife of Miijer Uent-rnl Ocerire Harnett, former commander et the 11. 8. M, C. Ml'is HncJIsh Is a nlere of Mm. White vvell W, f'exe, of 2111 Hprucc street. Mr. Gorden In n graduate of Princeton, and nerved everean at) inptaln of the Marine Cerps. Ne date lias been set for the wedding. An early nutumn wcddlnit of ptreat Interest will lie that of Mlttn I.ticlle I'. Carter and Mr. Samuel J. Heaven, of Phoenix Pari;, Phoenl'.tvlUe, whleh will mite, mnre m neon e, Miiuruay, uete her 14, In the CJiutrh of the Meed Shet- nerd, iioscnient. The lirlde nnd hrlde moem will be the guests of honor at it larce dinner which Mr. and Mrs. Klcli- ' ' miwninucr, ei rnirwe u, f tin Urnshliisteii, will rIve eaily'ln Novem- lif. Mr. nnd Mr, itehcit Kelse rns- cntt. of Henupre, llesenict, will nlse fntertnln nt dinner for them In Ne- ember. Mrs. Jehn I.ewber Welsh, Jr.. of this I'ltv, will ftttfnd as nmt'ren of honor at the mnrrlnije of her sister. Miss A. Mnr Raret tmiihiti, dauRhtcr of Mrs. Archl bnlil M. Mc'ten, of Rnllyhenther, Ard Ard merc, nnd P.runswlek Hall, Lawrence vllle, Vn and Mr. Wllllatn Steele dray. Jr., of New Yerk, which will tnke place en Thursday, October 19, at I o'clock". In St. Tlir mas' Kplscepal Church, New New Yerk. Mr. and Mrs. McCrea hiwe Just returned from an extensive trip te Alaska and C.illferiila. Mra McCrc.i "nd Mis Diiri-ip left vster'lnv for I.awrenccvllle. Va., te spend a furlnlght. A weddhiR of much Interest will be tluil of Miss Muriel nwendelvn Wntklmf. daitRhter of Mr. 11. Franklin Wntklns, of 324 Seuth aeventh street, and Mr. Oeorge B. Wimd, son of Mrs. Alenzo I.tppl-.cett W(ed. of I'hestnut Hill. which will tnke place quietly en Satur """K"1" ."' 'J. uuu .rs. r?rffi Church. Nineteenth anil Walnut strjets The I'ev Klewl W" Tomklne, rector el the church, will efllcUtc. and Mrs. Kltaha Lee. of 1700 Locust street, will Rive a rmnll dinner before the dance In honor of their daughter, MIsb Dorethy D. Dee, who will be intro duced at u tea te be Riven by her par ents en Friday, November 17. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dee will also entertain it dinner en Wednesday evening, Oc tober 18, In honei of Miss HI zabeth Atterblliy, daliRllter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wallace Atterbury, of Iloudluet 0thy u Valentine. Mr and Mrs Jeseph Walker Wear. of dravers lane. Chestnut Hill, have postponed thp tea they wcie te i;lve en hener of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jceph Wllshlre or (.iieenwlch, cenn, who are guests ever thla weeu-end Mr. and Mrs Daniel A. New hull, of Old litilph read. Narberth, have lsued cards for a tea rt their home en Thurs day afternoon, October 12, from 4 until (1 30 o'clock, te Introduce their niece, Mli Anne H Townsend The card of Miss Townsend's grandmother, Mrs. Lincoln Godfrey, Is Inclesed In the Invi tation Mr. Frederick Wlstar Merris has Is FUfd cards for ana at his home, Valley Farm. Wvncete. en Thursday afternoon. October 12, from t until 0'30 o'clock, te Introduce his daughter, Miss Hllza- lictli l'Ui.ver Jierris. Mr mil Mrs Paul Clayten, of (irny wjn, llavetfnrd, have Issued cards for a tea en Wednesday afternoon, October l1, from 4 until fi-30 e clock, te Intro staiue Redgers, daughter of Mrs. I 1 1 f u uv t r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . MWs Illkn lieiiftlis Llevd daucliter of Mr. a. id Mrs. Stacy II. Lloyd, of Wye Heuse Ammere, Is spending u few days In New Verk. . . . in.' j Lngagcincnts and I'arttcs . c ,1 n, .. , , . .. in south rnuadclplua News , ,. ,. ,,, ,,,, ,, Mr anil Mrs. Angele Imbaidl. of "1713 Seuth Lievntn street, announce the engigement of tncir (laughter. Miss Mar.v Lembardl, te Mi n.ink tin tin tin broit'ile. At the weei.lv meeting of tlie nevvlv (iBanled .Siihins Fraternity, of Keuth Philadelphia, held at Mr. J O'Nell's heuue, at 'ill, feutn .-Miicieenin strcet, three new mei the Kraternitv Timers were admitted te -I no newcomers ar.. Mr Hew ai u i-urrie, air, jnmes Seamen nnd Mr. Ulwnrd Pelletreau. These present nt the meeting were Mr. J (llllesple. Mr. C Kelly. Mr 1 Kellv, Mr F Kellv. Mr. H Mcllllnchey, Mr. T Sexten. Mr. .1 Cressln, Mr. J. Hon Hen tif r, Mr. II Hnmbe Mr. J IVhnartz Mr C Meedy, Mr, C Hroeke, Mr. Jehn Muldenn, Mr J llegan, Mr II. D, Mc Loen, Mr. J Ponehuu and Mr. J. O'.Ncll. Mr nnd Mrs. Ilnny Beeth, of 2.112 f.eutb Ileechwoed street, are receiving uengratulutl'ins en the birth of a seu. Mr and Mrs. Jeseph Schult?., of 22.1J ei lb Hew itientli strett, formerly of Menth l'hlladelnhia announce the en- .Kigement of their il'iugbtcr, Mle.s Ldna M, Scmr.T, te -vir. vviiuam at. ureen. bass svlelst of Dur Lady of Moiey C'huicb, Mr. nnd Mrs. Themas B. Kenny, of 231,1 IHa'tlnsen street, will entertain In formally at thalr home this evening. t ml 'SM'mmKBSsER WrF'M&m i. UTI - W .11' ,HTi;iBiHi mr -K. ,' ' .V V1K t a "VBBBBBBBtt. T- " MS ,l-'- V&BHsbBbWBbVH W' XV&iMMM 7 ImI . , HerFMAN mmmBmms- , saw; The Ruests will Include Miss Sarah Do De lne. Miss Mnrifaret Kenny. Miss ltena Tebln, Mrs. !ena Judge, Mrs. Themas Judge, Mrs. Mary McArdle, Mr. James Jerden, Mr. James Dennelly, Mr. Hnrry rntten, Mr. Michael O'Donnell, Mr. Ie Klnslew, Mr. James MuWIUlams, Mr. Boswell D. Scull. Mr. William Lannlng, nnd JudRi) Jehn R. Haiea. Among the Ruests who attended the dance Riven hv the ladles nf l)e Sote (.'euncll, Knights of Columbus, In Grand Fraternity Hill. Six'eeiun and Arch streets, en Thursday eenlng, were Mr. Antheny I.emb-dl, Mr. Heward S. Cenner. Mr. William J. O'Nell, Mr. I'. J. McKcen and Mr, Frank J, Daven port. West Philadclphians Return Frem Varied Trips Mr. nnd Mr. D. A. I'nttcrsen and family, who snent a few dnyH at lleck- Innd, Del., have returned te their home ut .'28 Seuth Firty-secend street. Mr. and Mrs. Day McBlrny, who were married en June 2S In the First I'rcsbvterlnn Church, Seventh strict 111 I S pith Wis'iliiRtun . u ire, iiivi' r turncd frcm their wedding trip te Seuth America, where they went down the east coast as far 11s Buenes Aires and across the Andes, returning iiIeiir llie western co. st by way of the Panama Canal. Mr. and Mrs. McBlrney are at home nt 33.10 Sheridan lead. Chicago. Mis. McUlrncy will be lemembernl a" Miss Janet Dllznbeth Curtis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Curtli, of 4013 I'lne street. Mr. and Mrs. T. Fernley llroeks, and their dnURhtcr, Miss Helen llroeks, hae closed their riverfront home at Island Heights, N. J., and returned te their home at 2 44 Seuth Fert j -fourth street. Miss I.aura Mitchell, of 219 Seuth Flft) -second street, has returned te her home after uu extciulve stay at the seashore. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Champien, of 4T.J0 Spruce street, announce the marriage of their lUurhlT, Miss ICdna Champien, t(. Mr. Frank Merris Adams, en .September 5. ut St. Matthew's Chuich, HlRhtcenth street and Glrard aenue. A Luncheon and Bridge Interests Girard Estate -.., . ,i.aa t....i. 1 Mrs. Charles T' hhlsbr. of JG00 Seuth , Cleveland teiracc will Rle a lunch- ecn and brldRe party today at reen Hill i;a rni, iiven r"K. ' '" K"''-'1" ' ' Strawberry Mansion Felk Return Frem the Seashore Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus 11. Levy and their daughter, Miss Dtc.iner Levy, lmvn rMnm.vl 10 their hen'O at !t34 v-i, -rill, (11. ctrnnt nfler snendlnir inciuoe .vir. rianii 'ii.. ii.v. ."'is ""- 1, ossems. She wl carry a shower '.' ,i,' ' lur ert Moere Mrs William 'I omlln.-en.li , bl)uel of ,, Kardpas iiml mies a fc" week" Jehn Husch, Mis. H. nroel'.s, Mrs. Mania 1 e ...,. ,uiiPV rs I'ennerlc villi act I . ... Hill. Mrs. William Hrlcker. Mia Neff iunt,,,,i of iirne? for 1 e Theodere Prlee. of Lain. Mrs. Catherine C,rel,el Mrs Wul- n"Vear-v f roeU 'of rtnl.l t pin i chiffon I ,,".,l "3 UrH ii'" s V" "k ter Samans and Miss fcmma hchultz. wlth 8mall trnln of Mver laee. A or ,,1H lau "ml MrH' n ,s 11illl' ureath of silver, lien em will encircle The ,,.. ,, . .,.,,. nhn,, n. thelri.'i,- Rummer -it Atlantic City. Mr nnd Mrs. Snmul Lundy and their family, of ls.21 Natrona street, have returned home after spending the M'mmer In Atlantic City Mr. J. Leuis Moskewlt7, of 2037 North Thirty-third stiett. has left fcr an extended trip through the Seuth. Luncheon for Bridal Party Takes Place in Tiega Today Miss Hannah Fe Nea I. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Benjamin Thackaia Ncall entertained at luncheon today at her home. 1828 West Ontario slieet, In honor of Mss ImigPiie numiiRien uu'sen tvhna.1 m.irtlaLfe t . n . .- 1..., . -......- , niiirllaHO lO .ir UUUVII -'I.IJ"I Jr., will tnke place en Wednesday even ing October 11. at St Paul's Reformed Gpleinp.il Church, Rread and Veinnge streets The gmsts will Include mepi- leulss Wagner Bridge and Trip Abroad Interest Delaware County A bridge pnrtv will be given en Tues dav ivenlng next at thn home of Mr. nnd Mr-. Loul 1' Kntmens, in S'"r -iner. for the btnellt of the .Stvurthmore Leasuu of Women Vr.lers. These ns slstlng Mrs. Lmmens are Mis Hebert L. Centcj and Mrs. Flank 11. Orlllln. Mr" Themas Shelden Wilsen nnd her daughter. MKs Nancv Htellwngen Wll. ten. who sailed for Europe a fortnight nge, have atrivrd In l-iiris, vvhtre they will bpend the winter. Mrs. H II. Kuehtile, of Orexel Hill, enteitalned the nieinbers of her bridge club at her home yesteiday afternoon. I Mr and Mrs. i;ugene jiartun, -virs Kuenhle's parents, who warn her guests 1 ter a month, mturned a lew days age je thilr henn) In Albanv, . "V, , ,n,i Mn T 1; Heward will re. .. r'lnanlf,Ml,i, fro. ine,,eW,Theev , .v.. 1. ... - - ...... . . ,,..,,... - 1 spent be A Reception ami Card Party; Other Moorestown Doings A reception will be Riven ne.t Tues day In the hlffh school for the U.ichers, with Mrs. Jenes as chairman. Mrs. Llllcett Smith, of West Main ati net. entertained Informally a few friends ai caren 011 nmrauay cvetunK. ' . T . . . .. f, ... 7 hers of the nriuai pun v. .nss ni uci- """. '"'".' V.. ,' " i' .,"' ...,, nheuts'au. excepting nn .ssturdaj eve- Huasell. sister of the bride, who will he ,n man ae by her father, wns attended . , . b , h , the in Id of honor and the hrldesmuMs ' ' v h r cumins. MKs Mmraivi Vuglnla ""'R; wuen rwe miews win nt gicn. Mis , ' unmh Fe Neall. Miss A'nlerle j Pusej r.f (.iermantew n, w he w ill he maid MJnc",s w l11 b". Kl Pn ,I(ll,J'' s,art "B "' in mi iehihI JentH and Miss of honor, and Mies MnrKuetlte Maxwill 2:le. Seats will nlwnvs tm en sale one Mr Ldwnrd Krench. who has been atl'l0"'""' "n.'...,nn ba?t man will be Mr West I'tiint ter sevriiu vears, is visit Ins his parentH, Mr, and Mts. Walter Fiench, of Wesl Main street. The serlrtr cllter of the Errnlii' KIIa i.tnmm ..111 hm l..l In .l... and must lie slcnetl with the sender's full numr, address and lelcplinni' num ber, n. Il lUnii must be cepublt of ner, n us xerlflrnllen. urn ileum of sue) 4 1 ilnlegs III vnrleu, Ki'tlnne of the city. 'I he notes must . ..rllli'ii nil one alii? el thn imnee rntlv t... mh'X'MSi'fSMKmlmmk M L&iPmmm k 1'HK.MKaHnll B- MfW" .mt - ik f " r . . B.1.-:' IV bW wtSk.' A?i,,'?-5fVi- '; C't '.J . v".aBaBaBal I sy Ivfr V fi. -v . .n.. Sj ' BBBB mKIr f bb&sv ,l' bI IT - v , -JW'tV Cs- - - "Tl LltreilPllMMHSflDfcL ..-:5 rTBS7PWnji"y-BaRi , ." .V - ..lw"" jS Lvr;"fe&ivv-, - -bIbIwmi sss MAwR.IE LOUISE BAIRD MISS BURRILL LUCK rn?inv rttf MI? nnWT ATllV"y tn' Jtcv' !im'"- D nildav. assisted tililUb Ul' MK. liUlV LAtyU by the Rev. J. J. O'Dyrne, and was sol- emntzed with a nuptial mass. "Ine bride, who was glen In marrlaRe by her it. n ji .. ; futher, was attended by her sister. Miss MullllieaUX ritsey, Nuptials', Mary c McIIugh, as maid of honor. f f . ,. . , Miss Surah A. Gallagher and Mis" Celebrated I fllS Afternoon. Sephie A Green were bridesmaids, and ' Miss Melly Dernedcte Dynch and Miss Cither WeAdinaS I5ct,y M MeHuuh acted as (lower girls. jincr n cHin(,. , Mr Vlncent A :TelcI ,)rether et th0 An autumn wedding of Interest will tnke place at S o'clock th's eenlnK when Miss Kllzabeth Durrlll Duck, daughter of Mrs T. Heniy Runcle, of Dnnsdewne, will become the brlde of Mr. Hobart Rowland, ren of Mrs Wil liam .. Rewlnnd, of Rcae Trce Valley, Media. The ceremony w 111 be performed nt the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr(.. Charle'i S. I'ennnvk, at Hide-a-Wa, I.ansdewnc. The Rev Charles Tube, rector of St. Jehn's Protestant Kplscepal Church, Lnnt-dewue, will efllclate. The bride will wear a gown of white canton crepe made en long, .simple II...... .. .......! h.I.U .1.1 II. ...,lt, niie, 1 1 1 uiiiiv;,! nil 1 ' 111 itviiiii, iiuiji. mce ,, a leB (0urt tr;iln cxleluinK from tnJ shoulders. Her veil of tulle m ,)C surm0Ullted bv a coronet of old famllv point lace can pink dahlias. Miss MarKiirctt.v Shipley, the maid of honor, will wear a fnx-k of ehanKC- anle dahlia pink and (jeld taffeta ner nead mie win carrv a neuuuet ui 1 v. v... 1. 1 1. .... ...,..:. .;. t t"'!'1 JS"iiw?'ini.Vil!,.V,m th0 Vn"lb- nrldBO Club was held fues fues kneta of sllvir nnd co d , rtaj. nf,(,rn()( lU t!le ,inm l)f j, lth Si, .VrmU ;.fr5?'j I Umi UMU reui' l"bl ""e Pled. men w.in new i and lilue ribbon tle-wers in lier hair, .she will carry a bouquet of pink, blue and yellow autumn (lowers. Mr, Hlehnrd Kurlck, of Norrlstewn, IM will serve as hest man, and the ushers will Include. Jlr Charles K Pen- Jiech. brother-in-law of the bride: Mr ,, Prank Tatnall, Mr. Italph Powell and tir. Jioeert vvauen. A small loeeptlen will fellow for the families of the bride nnd brldegrerm uul a few Intimate friends (in their retain from a vvcddlnp trip, Mr and Mis. Hew laud will llve in Washington. MCLLlNRAtTX Pl'SHY The mnrrlugp of Ml-s Cha'lotte Kllza beth l'uvy, daughter of Colonel nnd Mrs. Frederick Tayler 1'usev, nf Maple Linden, Lima. Delaware County, and Mr Jeseph Ferrest MUlllnrauv seu of f. ,.n,l fu T..-&nl. M..I1I... ... 'iA ... .'' .in" ...ip- ...leri'i. ..iiiiin,-(i '. . .' ii.nii, iiu iuiie piiieQiii i ii niH-i, uiih ii ii ii ii rnoen. nt the home of the hi idu s par ents, the ltev lir. William Heyd, pastor of the Lansdown I'reshj ttrlnn cnureh ; Ogllvle nnd Miss Finn nee Mary Ogll- vie, or Tsevv 1 erit, us hrlilermatiH ine hrlde's hrether. Mr .Stuart Opllvle Pusey, of Lansdetvne, will net as best man, nnd the ushers will Imlude Mr Walter Mclzer, Mr Melvln W I'eitn, Mr Ueorge A Hidwlif 1 1 I .vi- 'C 11 11 J Phillips. A reception will felbcw, after which Mr and Mra Mulllneaus will leave en a wedding trip Thev will live al HI Metltleld utreet, llosten, Mass. KIl'.BLUHOPSr. -VIVIAN An attractive wedding will tak.' place this afternoon at I o'clock, when Miss Marian 17 Vivian, daughter of Mr mid Mr'. Jnmen L. Vivian, of S8I2 Willows avenue, will become the hildu of Mr Edward T, Klbbleheuse, of '111 Seuth Sixtieth street, The cciemenv will tivlte place ln the Chanel of tha Mediator, nnd w HI be performed by the ltev (Jrnnvllle -rnier, u i.. tie uri...., ,.h.. will ue given In innrrlnge by her fathm, will he attendid bv bur slsttr. MUs Pcg Vlvlrn, ns maid of honor. Mr. Everett Mirshnll Klnbleueuse will act as besi nian for Ills brother. l'Pu,, thtlr rtturi. rinin ineir weuillrtL- r n T, 'in. m.m Klhbloheusu will he at home at BJ32 Willows avenue. VAN BLARICUM HtLT.N i:R The marrlaRe of Miss Rachel L Hllt'ier, dauRhter of Mr and Mis Frank Hlltner. of Plymouth Meeting, nnd Mr. Herbert V1.11 Blarlcum, of Spencerport, N. V.. will take place this afternoon In St. Teter's Lutheran Church, lt.ntfn Hill The btlde will be attended by her .,,, ".. ,,,,1 ,n ...,un, iv ulece, Miss Mildred Herner, ns maid of Grn-er Hlltner, tin bride's brother ami ?r Van Hh IrlcSm will lest he k. ' In, Spcnccrpert, X. V, after November 1 I NOLKX McllIJOH A weddlnp of Intereft tnelt nine Ibis mernltiR at 0 o'clock In the I'hurch of the Immaculate Conception, Oei man town, when Miss Anna L. McHugh. dauKhUr of Mr. Cornelius McHunh, of 662S SnTenJ0 treet, became tht brlde ifeas.s or Mr. Rebert A. Nelen, of 5047 Spragu? street. The ceremony was performed rrie-i ""11 iiit man, and the ushers were Mr. Francis A. Dudden, Mr .ml ;5...ius,iiii nsy. Mi. Ceinellt.3 C McIIugh and Mr William G. Fln legan. Imiuedlitely follewliig the cere mony a breakfast was served nt the home of the bride's father. Mr. and Mrs Xelen left en a wedding trip through the New Bngland States Thev will return te their new home, 53)2 Ills'. Ing Sun avenue, Olney, after Novem ber 1 Comings and Goings of These in Yardlcy Mrs Wlrth, of l.ancarter. Is spend ing tlie week with her daughter, Mrs. Alfr.d n,iu.-er. hei e, Tlir, fltt ment,,r rt tha t .. r... . Mrs. Allce Hlsbee has returned from a few weeks,' stay at Leng I3ram.li. Ttift f'U't. ('llih 'MI nn.ii (la m.,l.,l ,w for the full and winter by (jiving a Large party en Thurfd.n Orpheum te Open Soen Tlie Orpheum Theatre will open with its new policy of vnucleville and feature pictures en Monday matinee, October 2. (Jenernl Manager Marshall W. Tny Tny eor announces he will book nil tlie vau deville through the P., I", Keith Vmtde vllle rclmnge. Many feuture plctutes have alrendy been contracted for, nnd will hnve the first Philadelphia showing here. It is plnnned te open the evening show tit :M with the fenture picture. which will bring the vaudeville week in advance, or reservations can be made for the entire season. W. I', Jacobs will be the business mniinger of the Orpheum during the coming season. Acter Alse an Aviator (ieergp liebbe, one of the comedians in "Spice of 11)22," nt the Ferrest Theatre, l the first actor en record te I'ttend rehearsals vln airplane When this show was In New Yerk, Mr, liebbe commuted dnil.v from lil home at Tar Tar rvtewn, fl.vlng In a biplane te th's Nlnetj -sixth street aero landing, and I'entlniiliiii liy bus from there te tlv theatre, lie took up lljlng live vears ATi- nnd V(re Ca.II... tii.Uh... u. Rht with i.r.uiRe ,,;; -""." ..ri .-'. i l"Xi"V.l i ' .uiiii 11, is ifcr 1 ii L 1 iri'i 14 nze nt Mlneeln. Prier te the slKllitiK,'"0 " Mrs. Wekuni , n Tussdaj ucteher of the armistice, l.e ..'fusel nit offer 1 J bmT'1"4" ' -SmnU"r s- " b'n 10 (fe in i-ehitiK ami act as novel mucin tutor for the ('liliiese Aviation Scheel. While still a Millien, .it the I'lilversltv of Missouri. Mr. liebbe becnnie Imbiicil wltli the nctiiiK Re.-in, pla.vliiK in 11 ma - teiir prniliii'tiiins of everv till in: front! Shnkpsprnre te "I Ights e' femlnn." As' siieii ns be Rnitlutited, lie joined a stock theatre in Kansas City, pl.ijlnn comedy idles, Old-Timers Come Back Nantes t lint xvlnketl at thoatrcRecrs from the electric si?ns of Teny I'nMet's In New- Verk City thirty or mere .venr. nue will licnd the vninleville program at tlie William l'ciin next week. 'Pliej are Ilarnev Fnirini, tht1 erieiunl Corinne. Tenv Williams, Jee Kulllvnn ami Llzile I'N ''vmii, secn.I birtl.ila,, will re-i x iv, "Mj tinl Is a Illsli-llein I.a.h." I n sons which he wrote himself, nml he ' will also de some of bis famous dances. Jee Sullivan will ceiitliliute hu erlrinni sons, "Where I Mi Yeu tie Thnt littt," while I.Ule Wi'sim will icvivu Ufv fa mous Dutch cliaractcrizHilen, Teny Williams, n Ills seventieth jenr, xvlll lend a drnmatlc flavor te the act. - MRS. F. WATTS STEVENS MUSIC NOTES j Th l'.ulsn Clrand Opera Cempanv vtIII begin no eiifnrmnl for one li, opening nt tlm Aiademy of Mule netl Jtondas Jtendas nlehli The npern for the eirnlnx nlulit will b'i Hlmiky.Kersiiknft's "The Snow Maiden." The enst follews: Snlegouretchka, Ols Kazansl:aH, Keupavii, a jeung maldi-n. Sephia Osiinvni Isl. a young ahepherd. VaIJa Vnlrntlneva; Talry Spring, i:nuni Mlrevltch, Crar llerendl, Vladimir Dd.nl!eff; Mligulr, a rich merchant. Vladimir ItadectT; fiebyl, a reiflimt, I'tetr Keslnff; IlebyllikB, his wife, Varvara Iiilva; Ucrmjata, a tin tin blemen, Dwld Tul hlneffi nmt nrnld. Aram Ardnteff recenj h..rald. Uttm Vltls: J.nir;hlta (librlel llrjnnevsky, conductor, Euafne Kiierft ..tTu?"I''r . evenlrg MiiiiergV y eera. Hei Is Hodunerr. win Wi prtsetued. with ina UeursKiMi inezrn-fopnine. who rpcntly wtns "ngaB-il bv the Metrupelltnn Opera lempiny Shi will appnir hs suest artist Ths Jlhr in Ui i-ast are X.lnnlila Ivatieva. 1JIS.1 i.v,le.v"- . lelal lJunne.vHky. Pletr ,1,? ar"' Jl'Ob Lukln. .... .",,aM,u"1 '" IXirgemlJiky's erera In four arm. "flUHdalka," fnun.lrd en Peuih kin s drmn.it e r,0m 'Th Jlcnnalil " .b. i"i?y ' 'I1"" name." by Tcchalkow Tcchalkew ....' J'r',lRy- '.'"bliiiitein'H "Demen": Satur-,3J..nm.t,ln"'-, 'Oi'vy's popular opera. "The ,.r,f. ' . "."', u.1 ,Unt rreienutlen en Hal H'i If"1".. 'Ciar's Hride." by Uimk Uimk Uimk Ivoninkeff lh i.vt r ,h, iniLrentlng work .i7.,E ..," ' "n M"v " drama of that iiiine ie,.."1,.l'r,'tn "' J'" the Terrtbln. Ins i..rv,,l,tt"1 l" ,h'1 l'""1 -irtlat Others y$.i?.f- '"J1.""? M,l,t MorevlUh Olga Ka-jinnkiij-a. MceIiih Karlach. Ja b Lukln. nJimilL '""'ipi'ky. I'letr Kojteff. All lh prlnilpat rfriutr of th,. rempny were, at SS Hit1,. ".-'"..Si?! '! lh leading opera ""mil 1 1 uea ei uunMia. Th uprlm: ii-j-y riapB Betting, premled lait Will I- n p'.nie at tha first n.ilr of concerts by the I'hllaildiihU Orclientra en r rlilay artnrn.Kjn in.i n.,.r,tu. -...!.. ,. . i!!mn ? ""'' 7;, Thu cntructl.in of the.' new nettlnrf. ace., nllng te Mr stokemkl's plans. ."C1 .?Ji,,'r"t'-en" '" lh' Acidemy stage and the bulldltiB of new platforms, all of which hi 1..r.'L,'.r,8ln,I,r n,B M'1' n '"" will b without itoeeiMlon of any kind. The rr ? "V numbei a, durm the Ut eea eea sen. 104 im-mbtrs 'J her., turn. be,.n h h . r, of, i .T.l",nr"t c'Tlenet position will hi w if ,e(i ,b ""'rises i.rli, first bse..n. ..... n,r ii ""; J' ou"k -nnaiieipiiian basdoen. K. Del Svzre. aaa lout in w3a,L'r r,.aR1rrj" 'ondueter of the Net. Net. Verk HMTiplier.y Otihdtm Inauvuraie the n- n.-rlci cf 'Ku -lhundiy vcnlns con cen r,rt!',1" ,h'1 -Madiinv of Mu.ic en (."telx-r -V u"h. 'h "fotl''luctlen In Phllaiklilus of Niint-Safrrai "Ciirnnul of th Animals This Is a lilHlily amuelni; and origin it ram ram Misltlen In which Haint-.Satns chnra lenn. various anlmiils. Ilirnu.heut Ita feurtetr. pan j he l.rrtr-iies musical Jl.ka i,v lr.- irenurinif and d"Vleps themes trem ut own veeriB and that of ethr cenii-.firj IW Sttlin" IV V.h .inle ,.n.l..n . .1 1. r ml hua twen verldrmcd In this ceuntrj. Tl cenrjrt of thn Pkralnlan -Vatlennl Chorus, under AIexsmIi r Kosliet. condor cendor conder lor. will be Klven en 1 rlday cveninT, October '' it the Aevdeny of Vtu" It will c. nMsi of thi Lkralnlan National Chorus In its muelr of th t;:(r3ln (formerly I.ittli Ilu-.-s. 11 and a firiirxti pruzram of Itimi.m epcrn. irlj. nml inrii of (Irtat KunsU, alveii by Mrr.e Nlns Kmhti, aoprane et the fermr IrurerUI npeiA of -Moscow. 'ttscha Elman. vieltn virtuoso, will b hevrd In renc-n at !li A admy of Mmlc vVednesday evenlnj 'icielir 11. tialll rurrl lbs ' -nifr eolerntura. will apmar In concert at Ihf cademy, Prtday Dttebsr 20. u '' Th ntlet 1 rtri heHtra and Chertio of the Hebrew Lltervuie Sclctv. Thendeie Pelntnnnn mmlui 'or t III Bite a p iform iferm ai.ee of th- "11 M .- Plnvfure" either in the lattr tnrt of iVteljer ..r the earl ia-t of NevnmU-r Sem nf Die m.,it iiremlneiu rptett.e te ap-ieir ire Mis Hnucll, CeeeMa Kaplm Mr P.suenrnhn, HUue-th M. rrew , Hd llarne and Auirun'i scheffer. A fea ture w'iii no 1 'lam'. i iris Ki-rr. easlsivd by her bi.'et of s .te-n. Thn Chamber M'Mli f'lty nf San fran clen is 111 b- heard hfM fur the flrst time en Mnndaj evenlnt October n. In the foyer of the Aeadmr of Xtu-li TIkv ftr! vlnllnlet Is l.euls Perlnirer nmert mnete- ami as elftant eeiiiluetnr cf the Pan Framleee Svmphenv (-ivi. 'ra The rep.,t Waltct Ferrer. IxiulK Kurd the eecen.I vlellnlet l altnnt cem-ert maetrr of the ."vn rran' rran' Cisce Orchestra the .tela desk Is eceunled by Nathan Hrfslen'i and Tallin Hetht 1. founder and Hut 1st of the orginlzatlen, The conce-te of the Chamhe.- sr,,Bi ,. enclstlen 'htn oa-eri wl'l be erln by the Ulch Quartet, the nnnnnle Quartet the rhtladelrtiia ttrchestri etisemb'e the Rlch-Klndler-H.tminann Trie an J the Ixinden Strln Quartet At the Mnn'av vtirnlnir Murlcst rtrfch rtrfch mantneff will be tr- flrt Hrtlt te atineiir en the mernlrj of 'criber 20 f m h, followed b Kaitleen THrliiw, en rec. eiher LV Jrla I.'un c1 liinmry S ntid tHns Klndler and Ine; n.ti beer in Jein! re,.itui n Januarv S'J. A'frel Ortct i' havi'nU enlv Philadelphia rental nn February "1 and Mme Samarnft- an' A'evnn Jer M-hmul ter will present the 1 -ersm fur thn Inn concert of the serlis no February 11. At the last aen'l..! n-cttns of the Men. delmehn ('tub Alenilet Vnn Ilensselner Hdnard M rink and tl Me-. ttur'h'm were electi.d meiibere ,f th Heard of m" rectors te ndrtlt.in n the ubtinl twi . U rerlntlen ion ens m .ininr If and A..V11 p In th- A.jtemv of vuele the rliih ha been eniiased I 1 1 111 encert under thn iiuen re- of the ri itideli hin i-nr, .i. .. IBlien Jnnuar.' S The -lul, erens Its fertv. iBiun season nn Mervi . October 2 Tha Women's P.mr1 of the Academy of Music announces te Informal talks lw Leepold PtokeAskt In the fever 0( ,ni Acsdnmy en Tuedv and Thurndav after. iiuunn, ncioeer , hi I niepirer J(l and 1 - I nnA.;c",' ''' '". In wtherspoen Hall ihrSlW tamSif rt hrnUI 'prn. rempunj The recital iu pt. ,., , chet ?. w1 "' ,h 'lh 1 hurh Ileitstratlnn and exsrninitlnn of candid dates for membership In the Symphony I'luh ekn pluce ea "lhurntsy evenlnss ut 3".v. rine street. ' ''" ARnes Clun O'llnlm will rerv.n h. h. ttudle at the Art AHUr 1 next Monday. Mary Miller Mount announces the ep-nlnii of her studio at 17U) thestnut street Ter the. cenitne seaaen Trocadere'a New Shew Tlie Trncatlere Theatre will hnve for us niirnciieu next vvcck 1 he Hnrliiins of Paris," an orsani.itlen which this '7" "''"P'-J',""! '''' mieI, . Sl,' t,Ken. .?n'1 l'f.s"" '" ,", "'w "in "rW"'11 , Arsentinc D.ince The pn,. (lui'tlen la In two pints, with mum nr,,. vcenes, In the cast will be found. Mm), favorites as .lames Macl.aniev, iiime r.mi, Udl-l.v Me.vet's, ;.j Jtoilfleii. , Helle I'aiile nml liesMe Mni'sliall. Man. nijer Ucrnly announces thnt the matinees begin at 2:in, nml the evening per per ferrannces nt $ ;15, ANOTHER KELLY QAIN8 FAME Again hnu a member of the well well kiewn Kelly fnmlly, of the l'alln of Bchuylklll, breiicbt ntlded InurclH te the name. He Is Geerge Kelly, brother of Jehn Kelly, the Olympic single sculls champion of the world, and also closely related te Walter C. Kelly, well known us the "Vlrglnln Judge" of vnudevllle. Geerge Kelly Is the author of a com edy called "The Torch -Hearers," which has bcered nn unmltitukabtc hit In New New Yerk. A llreadway hearing for the piny wns difficult te arrange. Finally Itesalli' Stewart and llert French, both Identified with vaudeville, produced the play after every New Yerk producer had turned It down. Thorp was a tryout for ten days en the read. The Getham man -. u. !r,,tii,i,,iD in im, ti nver. who 'made reports which ran from "bad Py the part in New- Yerk last cn cn te worse," Stewart find French rented " s,wefl as in "Peniaiii lerValk WWrVfelC ' 'net the" first nf KpIIv'u iiIimm in he nrenpntpd for tilnvs In the last live vears, "The Shew Off." "Mrs. Wellington, Hie Weak Spot," are still playing. "Youthful Follies" at Casine Jee Marks and bis "Youthful Fol lies" will be the attraction at the Cn Cn rine Theatre next week, opening Mon day matinee. Mnrk hrnds a com pany nf fifty, about evenly divided be- 1 tween chorus clrls nnd nrlnclnnis. with vaudeville specialties. The advance nn- neuncementH declare that mtiMe, vocal and instrumental, will feature the fcring. 'flip deminnnt factor in vnrl-'ln . Guide te Photoplays for the Week te Come New Photoplays STANLEY "Sherlock Helmes.' film adantatlcn of William Gillette's play. based en the famous Sherlock Helmes series by Cenan Deylo. with Jehn Harrvmere In the title role, and a cast that Includes Reland Veung, fjustave von Seyffertltz, Hedda Hepper, Anders Randelph, Leuis Welhelm, Carel npmnntei- nnd William Pceeell .....,. nii, ,,-.. i-i,..'' f... aeirtCdrm2.AS He.pCpS: i tis. Claire Windser, Oaten ;lass, Richard Headrlck. Reevumarv Theby, ' Sirtle Steadman, Jllldred June and nee Shere," a blpiiding of fun nnd Charles Clarj. , melody, and the new satire, "Deping ATlLTOy "The Ma'querader" (opens tKe Depesters; or the Wav of Drug today), film version of famous tage , I slm; Itefmn," directed by Charley play, bared u en siuiy i'i niiuii-i in i .sten. with Guy TUtes Test ?". J?.1!' .IT J1 1 Cecil Thursten In the leadl Ineliiilea Lionel H.irrvmers. fluth Sin clalr. Law-son Butt and Barbara Tcn nant. ARCADIA "On. Oil nnd Water," mys tery story, with comedy trimmings. In which Charles Hay is the star nnd Charlette Pierce the leading woman. V;CTOJ7fA "In the Name of the Law " a story w Kb. a policeman as Its lead ing character, telling a story A hero ism and thrills. Ralph Lewis heads cast. I KffE.vr "Above All Law." a Euro Eure penn production, telling ti melodra meledra mitlc story of thrills ln the Jungles and cities of India. Previously Rcx-lewcd S7U.VTO.V "Mente Crlste." film adap tation of famous Dumas romance, with Jack O'.lbert, Rebert McKlm. i:s telle Tajlcr and Spottlsweod Altlten In landing roles. PALACE "Bleed and Sand." film ver-1 slen of Rlasce Ibanez's Spanish bull ring romance, w Ith Rodelph Valentine, I Llla Lee and Nlta Naldl. CAVITOL nnd GREAT NORTHERN "The Storm." film version of staBe melodrama by I.ancden Met "(rrmtck. with Virginia Valll. Heuse Peters nnd Matt Monre In the lending rels. und a blizzard nnd forest fire as thrill". MARKET STREET Mcii'lny, Tues dav and Wednesday "One ''lenr Call." with Henry B Walthall, Thttrs !n Friday and Saturday. "Ut tiilded Cage." with Gleria Swanseu. M.riAMHRA Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. "The Vnllev of Sllenf Men." with Alma Rubens: Thursday. Friday and S.vturdav "The Siren Call." with Dorethy Dalten. COLONIAL Met. day Tuesday nnd WedneMlav. "While Satan Sleeps" with Jack Helt. Thuisday. Friday and Saturday. "Her Secial Value, with Kntherlne McDonald. IMPERIAL Monday, Tue'day and Wednesday. "Her Secial Value." with Katherlne McDtmald . Thursdny, Frl iiv and Saturdnv. "On" Clear Call," with Henry B. Walthall. BELMONT Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. "At the Sign of the Jack e' Lantern." from Myrtle Reed's novel, with Hetty Ress Clark. Thursday, Ftl dav and Saturday, "Fair Lady, ' with Hetty Rlythe. .V VO LI Mendny Ttteedav nnd Wcd Wcd nedav "The Man Frc-m Hell's River," with Hetiv Peters: Thurdav. Frl clnv and Saturday, "Sherlock Ilrewn," I with Pert Lvtcll. LOCI ST "Hei- Glided Cairc." from ' inn. t,v Anna NU-hnlrf. with Gleria ' Swanoeti. supported In- David Powell I Harrison Feri and Walter Hlers ; a story of france nnd America NIXON'S AMBASSADOR -- Monday, Tuesdiv and Wednesday, "The Three-Muit-Get-Theres," with Max Ltndcr, and "Moen-htno Valles " with Wil liam F.i-num . Thursday, Friday and Saturda "Tlie Silent Call," wltli I StrenKheart tha deir. JVMllO- Monday "Gay and Devilish." with Deris Mv Tuesday, "The Silent Vew," with Will am Duncan: Wed nesdav "The Rearcat " with Heet Gib ' son; Thursday "I'Ir Game," with1 May Alisen i-rinav. pe, i-mir- I" nth Lever, and, -atunlav "What illipneiltru IW euda, Willi .liuri ,.ui - iiuinii CEDAR Monday and Tuesday, "Out of the Silent North," with Frank 1 M,ie: Wednesday and Thursday French Heels," with Irene Castle Friday "Fruj Air", Saturday, "Fifty Cindlen." cOLIsri'M Monday and Tuesday. "The (ilery of flementlna." with TMullne. Frederl'-lt : Weilnesday. "Oav , nnd I"vlllph " with Deris Max-: Thurs day nnd Friday, "The Trouper," with f.ladvs Walten, .Saturday, "Fifty i 'andlea " i STRAND Mendnv. Tuesday and Wed nesday "While Satan Sleaps." with ' Jnclc Helt, Thursdny, Friday and, Saturday "Tep of New- Yerk," with May McAvoy SLYTi-NLVTH STREET Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, 'Turn te the RlRht " with Alice Terry Thursdnv, Friday and Snturdav, "The Ilended Weman' vvlth Hetty t'empscm ' LEADER -Mendax- Tuesday and Wed nesdnj "Seuth of Suvn," with Marv Mile Minter Thursdaj, Friday and Saturda "The Veunu Diana, '' with Mjrien Da vies. Jane Miller CONSERVATORY of DANCING Announces the Oprutnij of CHILDREN'S CLASSES In nrnst.. n.xi t.kt mi: KHIHKTIC WD INTKIt I'KUIIVI. L'XN' INH Saturday Merrvnc, September 30th Babies' Clastei Commence October 3d vv.xi.NL-T 0127 1028 Chettnut St. k'( TV4 1 mm sub-dlvlslens of the amusement WU (:ii he a vocal suit, entitled --J.uugn ana .-mi Ferget." In this Jee Marks wll be r assisted by Kddle Cele, in cemeny erer, K wfc tures with IIujspI Alger, the lending jjw woman. Other principals will be Helen jfJU jfJU Jdeyd. seubrettP! Kitty flarner, veenl 1st ; Mary Leenard, dancer, nnd "Hap ' & py lllll" Smith. Lenex Pawle's Leng Jump I.enex I'avvlc, the principal comedian In "Mnrjelnlne," the mtiHlcnllzeil yerslet of "l'erannder Walk," new play'lnjr t the Lyric Theatic, made one of the longest jumps en record in joining the company. lie came from Londen. ar . riving ln New Yerk en Sunday, nt 5 :20 o'clock, and In this city at 8' o'clock, just twenty-tour Hours bcierc hip eppii Ine tierferninfirp. The. fact thnt be Kiff. "1, h,- Z IrPri heR retired te irivntp life. She Yerk, in 1010. I'. I", UV (-11 .11 ,,Ulllll.l n AUl-Ulll, AW.T Versatile Miss Kenyenl Dotis Kenyen, the featured player et "t:p the Ladder." which William A. Hrndv will present nt the Walnut Monday evening, hns achieved n notable success en the screen, having ben star red in such pictures as "Tee lulling Passion. " "The Cnnaucat of Canaan" nd "Get Itk-h Quick Wallingford." On the sneaking stage, slip has had tlie lending roles In "The Girl In the Limousin"," "The Leve Chef," and ef-.pla.ved all last season nt the PlnyheUfcC New Yerk In "I'p the Ladder." , In addition te nil this. Miss Kenvon has Inherited some of the gifts of her I writer father, Jnmrs Keuyen, for she is tne author or some verse which has appeared in current magazines. It Is rumored thnt n book of poems by the talented young woman and her father is about te be published. T Dument'a Fun Pregarm The KmniPtt .1. WpIcIi Minstrels start their second week Monday with n pro gram thnt includes Fex and Ward ln sengv, dnncing and repartee; Frank viacK ami mine AtKinsnu In a unncinu specmuj- jeunie rrnnKlili, Jehn Lem- " lW S,.,0,m,,T,, Ij?U LnMnr' tluss Kellpy. Hirhard Lpp. Dnve Barne.i and. Carl A Mi weed in "Alens thp Hvr. niifui'ii. i.aimci i eicn ngnin I1H3 some n( w ballads, most of which are of his own composition. Have Yeu Seen the great wealth of Flowers at the Century Flower Shep 112S. 12th Street "A Down-Town Garden" R KMOIOl H NOTITgg llnptlst 'lime n'I''K' 1,r'"1 ana "" " 3000 ens'-l. p?;k1I: 'It ?vBfi,,"j..?."r"h , "V. 1'.r )!r,'"rly Associate Paster i- MB",ln Hanns Musical ntrecter Frederick K .Starke. OritJnI.t. ili'jn" a H. -enw-'l Preaches Sunday I" an A M and 7 4fi l M lemtiie Chorus sinus both services. ""-" V ' M s,cll01, Jere L'reise. Supt., 2.30 Christian Kndeaver i 30 and 7 T M hureh prayer mi-etin.- Friday nliht nt s e clneK ,. . rresbrterlan A,Ve!,J,v,17fK,i;T ''"I'RrH. th and Arch. 10 iv if all n.en could taste beforehand the jes of moral cesnu-st the atlsfac tlnna of havlniit put temptation under their feet and chosen life ralhir than death, sn wnull f.alm fewnr victims In keep ing with 'bis thought Dr. Micirtney will rrench en the text "Then the Devil Jyavelh Him and lne Cnirir and Mln V7.T;L!-m"" Il,m A ""-eial invttatlun te te-Tinied men and women COO 'j .sU'B Seuth America." Suiteeted i,y H man who fell, and then fled te Seu h America Whither shall t ft"" fwnm Thy Prejenee In this sermon f'r Mncartn will resume his erIe of ".Sermons mm I.lfn irislne out of th nr.TMT.KIir.M lTlErtnYTKRlNXinliciT reRl) ,n( l)lnninnd ,,,"wl "- i.n.it'- am 'mn eiueivrtcK or numan Ufa, Ilev WII.I.IAM I. .McC-cinMICK Paster 10 30 a M vtn 1 J i"i ireasure. Jlea.. 2 10 I' M Pundsv Scheel 7 45 l M - A Heroic Rescue ' ili in I.uks, HAitinn Mr.Meiuxi. S XIIK.X1II St IKIOI. ritESUVniRIAN Slltli K and Musguehsnna ave Jl"r j"",""' ' d"lr''J eiery Sunday, firtght se'r 1. Ooeljilnrlrjr. All ivelcema, rreti'stnnt Kulsceuul ( III RI'll OI' sr. .11 1)K A Till:" VATiVITV n cer 11th and Mt Veriien ,'. " j v.'ir.l. i ' hiim.ti Jlecter :'".'-' -:.'''". '' - in 4.-, A. M 'Near Kast rieef Need I in I' .XI Church Scheel ' 7 4.1 V M Knew Tluself i.v.rne,i Miiceme TitriiKj" a riAi'i2Feu vor (III III II lir'HOI.V P(.TI.K. list anil Christum els lir T.lcett VVI mm heij of the r" h.H f Journalism of Columbia l'nlerst author nf th leek Tur, ey end an luth'irttv nn the V. ir 1. nit n'i' n .i l . i-u. ..f the iirrfcnt situetinn In tbe S'ar Uast nt the 10 30 brrvka tnniiv-r ST IT.TI'.K'H lC II. ( III KClF" " " " VVswie nod Harvey sts Gnrmantewn. TI Iteci. r lt Meiart I Koe tne. hna retur, ,M ;r,"a,,;i"8,'r'"'" anl will preawh Spe. lul llusli by the Choir ( . I gregst nn.1 Hlnnlec L'nllurlnn riiier i MTKiN Viii'iicii VI2.1 hestnut st, Hei rilKI'RIlU'K II OHIFKIV, Minister 11 A M Sir (irffn will nriach. r sub-ec .Mai' Iieili .Set I,U y Hreail vline LNI1 R!A III IK II nrIKRM.:NTOivV (Iteene s' and West Chelten me Sut Jul bept HI Hen ie ut H , vt The Minister n It fcir S I'erbes will AH urn ilivlud ,,r.LM -.,, ,--. iieui is in a uimnT" imriBi w - Vj-' & M fWa w i ;i ft I i ti 4 m Na 5 i., , uMLhty '