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rvp ". -- ... : , . !- -JUST GOSSIPABOUT PEOPLE " iVancy JPynne iTeMs e the Dinner-Dance Given for Miss Margaret Legan She Sees Smart Gowns at Charlette Cushman Club Benefit Miss Atterbury te Be ... Introduced Today TUB dlnncrdance which Mr. and fn Bupplee fve lait night at the rJnttf Club (or Margaret Lean was r inuftful affair. There were about S iiri and men of the debutante Lt The Sema were lovely with autumn Km and chryianthemume. and tlie i?Mt leated at small tables had a !ffi wonderful time. Xrwret; who Is Mm. Samuel ! J der and Urn In Chestnut HlTl, !..i ihu sweetest dress of periwinkle r?u?,wriette made with the fashion Jm Ci skirt, which was. finished ffiut the' edf with rese-shapel petals. It was a French frock, I am sure, and wis very dainty, ever a slip skirt of The Country Club is an Ideal .place for entertaining. I often wonder why mere people de net give dancea there. mu haven't a car, but, then, If you T net, 0110 m w eurer " umujii tl and IS glBU te wimj ju uiuug. rpHB fashion show yesterday at the A Bread Street AncBire wus very in teresting.' As you knew, it was for the benefit of the Charlette Cusliinan Club, and was in charge of the Hen. Mrs. j0hn Ferteieue, of Londen.- who Is here for a few days visiting Miss 'Frauces The dresses were really beautiful : the materials gorgeous, most of them velvets nil brocades, and the colors wonderful. The models were some of the most at tractive girls und women of this city, ns well as the lovely Doleres of the fttflftC. Miss Ellen Douglas Lloyd, Mho is wry blend and slight, first appeared In a fascinating frock, called "the blue bird," of turquoise blue velvet, made vlth n tight bodice and bouffant skirt, the hem of which was cut In scallops, which was ended with ermine, ns well . the nnnhelrs and bateau neck. Next came Mrs. Persifer , Frezer, 3d, In a striking urefs 01 diuck vtivct, inc sain of which was cut almost te the knee at either side. This dress was also trim med with ermine. The charming Mrs. Heffman Delnn were several lovely costumes, pcrhapj? the most attractive of which was a bridal dress of, white satin and lace, made with panel of lace en either slde ind with wide lncc sleeves. Te me the iirettiest of the dresses which Mrs. Wal ter Waring Hopklnsen were was one of layers of yellow and white georgette trepe called "morning mist," if I am net mistaken. It wns most becoming te Mrs. llopklnsen's blend coloring. Bin. Jehn H. Thayer made a stunning figure in a gorgeous cloth-of-geld gown, ever which she later were u hip length cape of wide vertical stripes of geld and black. Mrs. Thayer also were several ether unusual dresses. Mrs. Handal Morgan and Mrs. Dobsen Al tttnus looked very handsome lu several different unusual costumes. Miss Peggy lWengurtrn, with hrr nale yellow liulr. was striking in a very long chemise dress of jndc green, and Miss itarah Burrlngcr, who is dnrk, provided a foil for a wonderful black and geld brocaded gown, with which she were a small turban of the same mu (rial. THE debutante party this afternoon will be the tea which Mr. und Mrs. William Wallace Atterbury will itive for Elizabeth Atterubury. Elizabeth. is the (laughter of Mrs. Atterbury by her for fer rar umrrluge te Malcolm MacLeed. but come years uge she and her brothers were given the Atterbury name, , I understand. Elizabeth Is rather small and has dancing brown eyes and rather light, curly hair like her mother. Mrs. Atter bury. you remember, wag Miss Armlnia Itesengnrten, a daughter of the late Harry HewMigurten and Mster of Mrs.. Lewis Neilseii, Geerge Adelph, Jee and Fritz Hesengarten, of this city. The Attcrburys live out at Uoudiuet Farm, near Paell, but the its is te be giveu in town at the Itellevuu-Strntferd. Uter in the year they will give u ball for Kllwbcth. HAVE you heard the lovely story "'.'" ,u,: ruuims uuuui certain shy bridegroom nf net se .many wcels pan who became flustered during me ceremony, it was one of these auful moments when ou are supposed te be as solemn ns solemn can be, and then somebody says the wrong thine and ruts every one "out nf business." It had come te Hip time in the cere mony when thi' bridegroom phices the ring uneu the finger of the bride and In solemn tones remarks: "With this rliitf I thee wed," etc. And nu may Imagine the Mrain en the best man. who hud the rins all ready and was se relieved ibeut it. anil the ushers mid brides maids who were se near they heard plainly when the trembling bridegroom was heard te nuuer: "And with all my worthless goods I thee endow." XAXCY WYNNE. SOCIAL ACTIVITIES An engagement of Interest in this city s that of Miss Murgaret Murdock Iril, daughter of Mrs. William H. BONWH TELLERS OQ CfaSpxiaBu ShoprfOnetnatk CHESTNUT AT 13 STREET ADVANCE NOTICE ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER I7TH WE WILL HOLD THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF WOMEN'S & MISSES' COATS CAPES & WRAPS M SEE THURSDAY'S PAPERS FOR FULL DETAILS Laird, of Wilmington, and Mr. Corne lius. Pethemus TrewbrWire, ion of Prof and Mrs. Augustus Trowbridge, of rrmceien. iNe aate nas eeen set ter ma wtaeing, Among the guests who attended the theatre party followed by supper and danclnc? at tha Rlta.Carlten which Mi. dancing at the Rltz.Carlten which Mt and Mrs. Themas It, Tunis, of Paell. gave last evening; In honor of their debu tante -nlcee. Miss Annis Lee Tunis, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jeseph K. Tunis, were Mr. and Mrs. Graham weed, Miss Sarah Franklin Duane. Miss Sarah K. Hudsen, Miss C.alc Morten Qlttlngs, Mian Susan P. Geedman, Mlsa Mary lUdclyffe Purness, Miss Qltsabetn Dale Wlllsen. Miss Marian Wurts, Mr. David S. Polk, Mr. Jehn Arndt, Mr. 8. Hudsen Chapman, Jr., Mr. Charles I. Thompson. Mr. Jehn Van Pelt. Mr. Fair. man H. Furness. Mr. Frederick Bates, Mr. Rebert p. F. Llddell. Mr. Herace newara rerncss Jayne, Mr. iuoiew u. Smith and Mr. Jehn F. Lewis, Jr. The guests who wilt attend the dinner which Mr. and Mrs. lillsha Lee will give at their home, 1709 Locust street, en Thursday evening, November 2s, in honor of their daughter, Miss Dorethy B: Lee, will Include Miss Eoretny e.. Valentine, Miss Kllsabeth Jollffe.Mc Jellffe.Mc Jollffe.Mc Elrey, Miss Anne Schwarts. Miss Rath erlne Schwarts, Miss Nancy H. Wool Weol Woel ston, Miss Jesephine Jenks, Miss Lmliy Kalghn Bartow. Mr. Stanley Hurlbut, Mr. Phlllppus Miller, Mr. ElllstonMor ElllstenMor ElllstonMer rls, Mr, Jehn Reeves, Mr. Edwin Dixen, Mr. William Almy, Mr. Bare.ay Knight, Mr. Arneld Jennings. Mr. J. Andrews Harris, sd. Mr. Hareld Wright and Mr. Humid ThnBitumi r Mla will be presented at a tea te be given by her parents en- Friday afternoon next. Mr; and Mrs. Reber. Kelse Cassatt, of Beaupre, Rosemont, have Issued In vitations feq a small dance en Sat urday evening, December 0, in honor of Miss Helen Hene Montgomery, debu debu tante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Reb ert Learning Montgomery, of Ardreesan. Vlllaneva. and Miss Mary de Ferrest Geary, debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Jehn White Geary, of German town and Sunset avenues, Chestnut Hill. Miss Annabelle B. Weed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Horatio- Curtis Weed, of 164 Scheel Heuse lane. Oermantewn; Miss Sarah W. McLean, daughter of Mr. William I.. McLean, of ISfi Seuth Eighteenth street, and Miss Elizabeth Wayne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo Je seph Wayne, of Chestnut Hill, will at- tena me rrinceien-iaie roeioau game at Princeton en Saturday. Miss Rita Delan, debutante daughter df Mr.' and Mrs. Clarence Delan, of Gtencee Heuse, Rosemont, and Miss r Terrell Austin, debutante daughter el Mr. Cart C. Austen, will be the guests of honor at a luncheon which Miss Edith Fisher of the Mnlnstene, will give en Tuesday, December 12, at the Acorn Club. Mr. Alfred Sargeant will act as best man at the marriage of Miss Catherine Bradford Knight, daughter of Mrs. Bradford Knight, of 2S08 Rittenhouse street, and Mr. Edward Cooper Cussard. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Llpplncett Cassurd. of Ix)ekafar Farm. Chestnut Hill, which will take place at neon en Tuesday, November 38, at the home of the brides mother. Miss Carel smltn. daughter of Mrs. I Heward Weatherly, of 3919 Chestnut street, will give a large luncheon tomorrow In honor of Miss Knight There will be thirty guests. A wedding of Interest will be that of Mlsa Eleaner Peale Davis, dauahter of Mrs. Charles Gibbens Davis, of Chestnut Hill, and Mr. Charles H. Reb erts. Jr.. son or Mr. ana Mrs. cnaries If. Roberts, of Flushing, L. I., which will take place at 13:30 o'clock en sat urdav, December 9, at St. Martlns-ln-the-Flelds. Chestnut Hill. The Rev. Gibsen Bell will officiate. A reception will fellow at the home nf the bride's mother. Mr. Roberts and his bride will make their home at. Albany, N. Mr. and Mrs. William Draten Grange, of the Wellington, will entertain ut dinner at the Illtz-Carlten en Friday evening, December -9. In honor of Miss Folrence Robinson Crozer, debutante daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Edward frezer. of 203& locust street. Mrs, Crozer and her daughter have Just re turned from New YerK. wnere tney nave been spending u few days. The guests who will attend the the atre party which Mr. and Mrs. Richard Evans Norten, of Falcon Hill, Iloso Ileso Ilose mont, will give tomorrow evening In honor of Miss Mary deF. Geary, debu tante daugnter or Mr. mid Mrs. Jenn White Geary, will be Mta Helen Hepe Montgomery, Miss Lillle Stewart, Miss .,,rf u.,. mi-. nPh.irL tnc. ten. Mr. Snarta. Frits. Mr. !e I'atte'n. Mr. Jehn HlllUrd. Mr. Rebert Pern Pern berten and Mr. Rey Stewart. The guests who will attend the din ner which Mrs. Alexander Winter, of uermaniewn, win give en Friday eve nlng next In honor of her daughter, Miss Eleaner W. Wlster, before the first meeting of MrH. Charle Stewart WurtB' Dancing Class will be Mlsa Melly Snyder. Miss Peggy Zeigler, Miss Ell, aheth wlster, Mr. Donald Dedge, Mr. Nicholas Petry, Mr. William Day. Mr. Samuel Cellier and Mr. Oeerge Den Den nlsten. Mr. and Mrs. Jeseph Chapman. Brick GableH. Haverferd, have Issued Invita tions for an Informal supper en Sunday evtnlng, December 10, In honor of Miss Barbara I Clayten, debutante daughter or -Mr. ami sirs, raui uiayien, ei .;.i tie Uuicey iplace and Oraytvyii, Haver ford, Tim guests who will attend (he lunch eon which" MnO Henry Knnfc Montgom ery. 6flea McCallum street, Ocrmatititwn, will glve en Mend.i, .-NevciniKT JU, n honor of Miss Marie. I.oulse Adants, Engaged MISS RITA FRANCES FREIWALD ' Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Freiwald, of SIS Seuth Forty-ninth ntreit, whose -en-aagement is announced In Mr. Barney Zeman. of North Phila delphia debutante daughter of Dr, nnit Mrs. Tlinmu n Alban nf HvrWVn. Will In- ki elude Miss Mary Carrell Relln, Miss Elisabeth Casanave, Miss 'Eleaner' R. Keens, Miss Mary Falck. Miss Ellen Breeke. Miss Eva Parker and Mlsa Helen Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Oeerge Dun bar Shewell, of Creshelm .read and Carpenter street, Germantewn.xwlll give a dinner at the Philadelphia Country Club en Saturday evening. December 16, also In honor of Miss Adams. Mr. and Mrs. W. Judsen Sprankle, of Rockland and Merlen avenues. Merlen, have Issued Invitations . for a dance en Wednesday evening. December 13, at the Acorn Club, In honor of their debutante daughter, Miss Annette Spran kle. Mr. and Mrs. Sprankle will also entertain at dinner en Saturday eve ning. December 2, ut the Philadelphia Country Club. In honor of Miss Spran kle, before the dance Mrs, Beth C Hetherlngten, of 2310 Pine street, will give at the Rlts-Carlten, In honor of her daughter, Miss Betty Hetherlngten. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Weed Eaaby, of Narbroek Park, are receiving congratu lations en the birth of a daughter, Nancy Jean Easby, en October 26. Mrs. Easby wan before her marriage Miss Amy Harris, daughter of Mr. William H. Harris, of Strafford. Mr. and Mrs. Jehn R. Brlngliurst, Jr., of Spring View Farm, West Chester, nre being congratulated upon the birth of a daughter en Saturday, November 11. Mrs. Brlngliurst will be remembered us Miss Catharine King, of this city. An Informal masquerade party was given by Miss Anne Goldblum, of Hod Hed Hod denlleld, N. J., at her home en Suturday last Among the guests were Miss Netta H. Burd, Mist Lillian Fuhrman, Miss Betty Myers, Miss Vivian. Edelman, Miss Rese Halperii. Miss Fanny Rubin. Miss Dorethy Myers. Miss Helen N. Cehen, Mr. Irvin Smith. Mr. M. Davidsen, Mr. Nut Epstein. Mr. Jules Fischer, Mr. Herman Miller. Mr. Mee Fisher, Mr. Merris Miller. Mr. Frank Silverman, Mr. Max Ourewltz, Mr. Ben Kelman and Dr. M. Slobedln. Seuth Philadelphia The first meeting of the reerganised X. K. X. Sorority waa held at the home of Miss Anna Cummins Inst Friday ve. nlng. The members present were Mlsa Sylv Hunter, Miss Catherine Heed, Mis Arabella Donahue, Miss Careline Casey, Miss Ruth Jehnsen. Miss Violet Lond Lend less, Miss Anna Cook. Miss Marlen Tugue and Mlsa Mae Jehnsen. -Special for 3 iys- The Celebrated Madame Clare Frent Lice Corsets Their soft pliable bones held the tlgure trim and ura as comfortable as the KL.ASTIC COK8KT SVVF.UAL UEUVCED MODELS at $3.98 A,i,,,n" TJlqdemeOa 'Xqsiesbi9'' 835 Chestnut St. .Fall Line of DraMlrre. HAIR NETS ' 75c a Dezen Hew reduced prices en hair nets: Single mesh, cap und straight shape, 75c a dozen, 3 for $2.00. Deuble mesh, cup and straight shupu, $1.00 a dozen, 3 fur $2.50. White a n d Gray nets, 15c euch, $1.50 a dozen. SCISSORS 35c Each All our geed tteel scissors in a geed variety are offered at this low price. There are medium und muhI) scissors, straight und nail scissors. All of them ure worth a geed deal mere than 35c each. SCRAP BASKETS $1.00 Each Medium sized wicker scrap buskets. They ure blue or green with geld trimming. A pretty basket for bed room or sun parlor, A real value at only $1.00 euch. t saaaaaaaaaaaaasssaar SbkIssssssssssssm BsssssssssssssasBK ' F'T9sHlrlissssssssH BSBBBBBBBBK'PI''-f 'fi '.-IISBBBBb! BBBBBBBBBBW!BaPV ' BBBBBBb! BBBBBBBBBBBBKHgfBVP"ajsk:;:'':''BBBBBBBBl aiaiaiaiaiasaRSBas. u .aaiaiaiaiBi BBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBkl ,'Vi'A'BBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBB7rT't "sBBBBBBBbI SSBBBBBBBBBBsIbMi::'' ; IiBBBBBBBBBBbI ISIbbbbbbbbbbbbKIPP Germanteum Th Unitarian Church of Owinantewn will give a reception In the pariah neuse, Greene street and Chelten swanua. en Tuesday evening nest te meat the av. Reger 8. Ferbes and Mrs. Ferbes. Mr., 8, H. Burbank, of 0I Wayne avenue,' has just returned from a trip te Europe. Mrs. C. A. Trout, of East Scheel lane, announces the engagement of her daugn ter, Miss Frances Trout, te Mr. nichard Levis, of Lennl, Pa, West Philadelphia The Ladles' Auxiliary or Mlserlcerdla Hospital will held a regular meeting en Monday, November 20, at S o'clock, at the hospital, Fifty-fourth and' Cedar avenue. Mrs. D. Nuttall, Jr., and Mrsv Benjamin De Amello wilt entertain at cards. Mrs. F. A. Smith Is president of the auxiliary. Mrs. Harry Phillips, of 5424 Angera terrace, entertained the members of her errage ciue yesterday arteraoen. me guests Included Mrs. Merris Cerlles, Mrs. Richard Ennls, Mrs. De Wilt Graham, Mrs. Read Hynson, Mrs. Charles Peacock, Mrs. Frank Rlddell and Mrs. Jehn Zebley, Jr. WalUxce-Waltheur Nuptials; Miss Beatrice Cerboni Weds A' wedding of Interest will take place very quietly at 4 o'clock this afternoon, when Miss Anna M. Waltheur, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tayler Wal Wal teour. of Savannah, Da., and grand- daughter of Mrs. Adam Everly, of 1(14 De Liniyv nlar. will hrpenui the bride of Mr. Jehn Craig -Wallace, Jr., son of the late Jehn Craig Wallace, of 2123 Walnut street, and of Mrs, Wallace. The ceremony will be performed In St. Mark's Protestant Enlscenat Church. Sixteenth and Locust streets, In the presence or the immediate families ei the bride and bridegroom. The Rev. Dr. Geerge W. Atkinson, of the Epls- tilPOtlTERS,DB8lONBRB AXD MAKERS OF WOMEN'S AND pJll'BMS'8VtAf'tMliKt' OF THE HIOHEBT CHARACTER FOR MORE THAN TWENTY-SEYES YLAHS Center TweJ Twelfth An Unusual Reduction Sale l pi B Others up te 175.00, values te 225.00 Coats : Plain and Fur Trimmed Values te 89.50 Specially Priced v - Of marvella, gerena, ormendale, Arabella. Seme trimmed with f beaver, wolf and squirrel. ; We Specialize in Geerge Allen, inc. 1214 Chestnut Street 1214 Established 1837 Allen's Offers These Unmatchable Values Chesen Frem All Departments ALLENDALE UNDERWEAR AT $2.00 Well-cut underwear made of a won derful wearing fabric. It comes in all styles ut $2.00 a garment. The extru sizes ure $2.50. ENVELOPE CHEMISES, SPECIAL AT .$2.85 Envelope chemises in crepe de Chine, radium and wash satin in white and flesh, niuny different designs, a geed vulue at $2.85. TREFOUSSE 1-CLASP GLOVES, Special nt $1.95 Trcfeusse kid gloves, P. K. sewn, in bluck, white, tan, brown and gray. Regular $2.75 quality at $1.95 a pair.- TREFOUSSE 2-CLASP GLOVES at $1.50 ' Trefeusse kid gloves, everscum sewn, in black, white and navy. This is our regular $2.50 stock which we have reduced te $1.50. LOVELY PURE LINEN COLORED HANDKERCHIEFS AT 50c Beuutiful patterns in French colored handkerchiefs with rolled hems, some with centers in solid colors, some with white centers. They ure reully worth much mere than 00c euch. ' .Tllt,r? a,re,u,'iU. two-tone colored handkerchiefs with spoke hemstitched hems, V te inch in width, at 50c euch. . STEEL ENGRAVED AND DIE STAMPED CHRISTMAS CARDS At 50c u Dezen rvn!i mH"1 leir"? ' these attractive greeting cards, every one steel en en en Sote Ire? tmpI. Prices for engraving from your personal calling curd vZ iln or " ifr VtJl C08t e cards. ter 50 cards udd $1.85 te the cost of the cards ' Fer 100 cards add $2.75 te the coat of tha cards. e tne coat copal Church of the Incarnation, of Washington, will officiate, assisted by the Rav. Dr. Frank L. Vernen, rector of the church. Miss cnariews n. Fahnestock will be maid' of honor and only attendant. Mr. Lambert Cadwal ader will serve aa best man. Owing te mourning In the family there will be no reception. On their return from a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs.. Wallace will live at 1114 De Lancey place. OBERHOLTZER CEnBONt ' An autumn wedding of Interest wilt take place nt 4 o'clock this afternoon In St. Stephen's Protestant Episcopal Church, Tenth and Chestnut streets. M.t.AM UIa- PaI.U rfeaVaMf l?rhAnl. rVidte nf Mr. and Mrs. C. Wendell Weed ward, or tne Blenheim, win oeceme in bride of Mr. Charles H, Oberheltser. of Pheenlxvtlla. Pa. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Dr. .Carl E. Orimmtr. rector of the church. The hriitn. who will b aiven In marriage by her uncle, will be attended by her alster, Mrs. James h. inline, aa matron of honor, The bridesmaids will include Tailored and ' Fur Garments fbr s All Occasions 162 1 Cfjrttnut Atreet Wemen9 Silk Hese Exceptional Offering Values te 235 Black, Cordovan, Pole and Gun Metal taut DRESSES Fer Women and Misses Savings as Much as 5000 en a Gewn Of light taffeta, wonderful beaded effects, velvet, bro cade cloths. 4950 Values te 79 JO Tailored and dressy effects In satin crepe, Canten and peiret. 25 Values te 59 JO Apparel That Slenderizes the aWJIlWJIlWJItWJILVJIIUlilLWJIIEBggBKmai HORSMAN TALKING DOLLS At $3.00 All the children love these "Mu Ma" dells and they make the nicest Christ mas gifts in the world. They ure dressed in 0 different ttylcs of dresses and rompers in various colors. Regular value up te $5.00, at $3,00, METAL BRAID FOR FANCY WORK, 10c TO 75c A YARD Your Ch; ir ujr f.Hs funcy work v must 'v jr a y $ metui Dram te muke it truly v . It comes i inch 'te inches wide, at 10c te 75c u yard. METAL RIBBONS, 18c TO $3.50 A YARD U inch te 7Vi inch ribbon in geld, antique geld, silver und steel. Metui ribbon is being used se much new that you will be glud te find this ut 18c te $3.50 a yurd. Beult. Mill T, Margaret Marlen H. Butten, Mrs. ummer of Virginia Mlsa Mlaa Louise ftnencer.' Miss x ;. oSSeule& oeernouser. mr. uwn '-"Vr'" ",,; act as best man and the ushers will. Include Mr. Charles I. Thompson, Mr. I D. Hayes Agnew Adams, Mr. Price Nerrls, Mr. William Hepkins. Mr. James 'h. Little and Mr. Walter Mac Caltum. A reception will, fellow the ceremony at tne Acorn uiud. yn ukij return from a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Oberheltser will live at 221S Rit tenhouse street McDERMOTT GROSS Miss Miriam Gress, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Oress, of 115 West Weed street, Norrlstewn, and Mr. Harry A. McDermott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. McDermott, of 1411 DeKalb street, were married this morning in St. Patrick's Church, Norrlstewn. The Rev. W. Al. Braey officiated at the mar- ! r! iremeny. r, rhe bride was attended by Tier sister. Mrs. Cenrad Bennett, asi matron of honor. The beat man waaj Ber Men Women Velvet, metal brocades, sil ver cloths, silver lace trim ming. 69M Values te 100.00 Fer street, afternoon and dance. In chiffon, light taffeta, velvet, peiret and Canten. 8'5M. Values te 69J0 Larger X'eman WASH CLOTHS 3 for 25c Very geud quality wash cloths in various attractive designs of white with pink or blue. Many of them ure 20c values, se it is a geed idcu te lay in u supply ut this low price, 3 for 25c. LINEN TOWELING 25c a Yard A very fine quality pure linen toweling ut today's price for cot ton. White toweling with blue or red cress burs or borders, also in all white. Will wear well and leuve no lint. 25c u yurd. 2 TOWELS 38c Each Serviceuble w h i t e hund towels of pure linen. These towels are worth u great deal mere. It is u geed idea te get them by the dozen at this low price, 38c each. Mr. Francis McDermott. brother of bridegroom. After a wadding trip. -n ftr. McDermott will llve at 1 f tha , Mr. in DK,b tWt Nerr"town- IMIlJMUJimiJII TJ.TOH.ia SHUMft.vaiE OAltT HATt.. till ETM. AT till "GIMME ATHRJLL" Ser!tw ThrllUr. BetpUalsat Witt Oierletts Olru THE GARDINER TRIO Qae Btntt 4k C. I Xtrbert gOSXl b OtUOX TI TO? FOU 1HY0K lAVODE t0tOVEX.Y THalXLt SO MASON A KEELER tests new far ThtnWrlTJng Mtt. Might LYKIC pep. MAT. TODAY THt musical nrr en AOBSI BLOSSOM EBjasmm seats maw rea SSKiimv " MATIWEt HF BUI Zvst. Me te U (Esc. stt.) ADELPHI ai MAT. TOMOR. Jules Hurtle, with "Offtri . sitiin. vnn at tfea vreient Meit Pleating Eva alagt Spesl ia tat Theatre la a Leng Tubs!" laaalrer. VIV IAN MAmTIN MME OVEBMAt) gti Hew for Thanktstving Hut, a Mltht HAM CUURPgfT . J.Mt 4 Eventnra M. .. .. MATINEE TODAY r TimmeY IN AMUSIGIRLCOMEDV I "DAFFY DILL" GEORGIA O'RAMEY VTOX WXE-SEATg TOMORROW Crt C.rlten'i Tr'ii-t"). f T-'umnht! JULIA SANDERSON " "TANGERINE" Vm1. Aw.M.It VhhI. ! M. . . . goeto Mew for Thankirtrlm Met. A Hleht 127 GARRICKEvimNeE8 Ij'taijSJI vmmh luuiaunMi rrtneatt Tlie Neweit Jluiiml L'emrdr THE BUNCH AND JUDY Mule by Jtrem Kfrn Urtirn Uv Ann C!4v!l BV,.t'.AliPir --aldlt au.l Huirh KenJ With llfllllunt Ct and KnwiubU SUijmI by rtti Latlian NKST WKKK-fiKATS, TOMORItOW Thf .Minlral Cnninly Kurn-im MOLLY DARLING With JACK DONAHIIK and Entire Cmt from Olah Thtr. H. T. FORREST ZW LAST 6 TIMES ittrllyn HUler Wilt Peiltlr.ly Apptar At All BamalnUr Ptrfemtncet ZICOFCLD TRIUMPH aVWl MARILYN MILLERlTi LEON ERWOL l&2k. Cemes "Sally's" Successor CKABLES OILLrNOKAK prcuats hli 13-SUr Musical Comedy Hit "Geed Morning, dearie" ntw 4fx Tlm. ut liinh. TliHlr. N. Y. BROAD MATINEE TODAT EVEKINOS AT 8:20 J.ABT O TIMES FRAHCINE LARRIMORE In the Nvw Smart C'emrdy NICE PEOPLE n.ritKi, citnTHEns' liKKA'IBST HI'I'I-KSS w,Vk"..r'2"1 -Vu.. Xe. i-ri-SpaU Tnmer. MaU. fdii.'lnj . Tliiuliglliif u,i Jt HENRY MILLER RUTH CHATTERTON 'II JlrllD llllal . i:-it I'l,. WW UA IbNDRESSE w iti:nh!:knj:.ssi PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY OF PHILADELPHIA JOSEE PASTEKMACK. Conductor SIX SUNDAY EVENING ORCHESTRAL CONCERTS ACADEMY OF MUSIC ' Openbg Concert, November 19 SsleUt: OLOA SAHAROFF. Pitnlit MEMIIK1I8IMI' sriU. .WAIITaiiU M-I'IY TO IIK. CHAKLLS s. IlllS.SCir. BW i-i'xi: stT ACADEMY OF MUSIC FOYEK Thursday Etc.. Nev. 10. 8:13 KOCIAN CZECH VIOLINIST llrkt NOW ttl ll.tiin.-n, ma L!i.Un.. Monday Morning Musicales BALLROOM. BELIEVUE-STRATTORD RACHMANINOFF TfrkpU NOU' nt II-....-... .! -H " i'l"- a. j in 11'lltjr St K EITH'S THEATRE FANNIE BRICE LaU Star 2lrf"l" -r0lB,.. WALTER A EMILY WALTER Helen Hltjrin, 'ftitaH1, K?., Irtda It Antheny Jet. K w.,.. Miller & Bradfer.1 A- ethew NOVEMBER 20-EL8IE JANTS Acadtnr of Muiic Tomorrow Eva, it 8:15 NEW YORK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ' DAMROSCH I WAGNER conductor I PROGRAM , rtckeU at Academy tt Hnn'. 1119 Chettnat fy a UtaVTV ,UI """"" Mat. Imll, CASINO Billy Watsen lli i Wulniit. Mji. Iinlly IIKIT I III M' IIKAI IIKH Vft can only tell yen Half the Story The finale and ment interesting part comes when you buy a pound, take it home and make it your way. You'll Want That Steend Cup OSCO Coffee 29 lb In all our Stores Ill EftSntSFtSfStRrTmiltTFTrfTA MIMBTIgNTH A 1UBXBT a AAenVrr.g THOMAS MEIGH LEATBtOE JOY JOKE EtTTpaE im' "The Man Who Saw Tomorrow" V rW KiMM' I WOBIB'BENOWKZS OZltllT StANtCWl 18TU AND UABKET f' 11:10. 1:80, 8:0. B.SO. 7:10. Oltt , A PABAMOI1NT PICTtIRR , t ADAfTKl me.M nKNJIAN TIIOMFgOHt Homestead W1IK TKEODOBE ROBERTS, OEOBOE rAWCETT Olid FBITZI RIPQWAY NEXT WEEK WM. POX PRODUCTION NERO THE SCREEN'S SUPREME SPECTACLE ALDINE IDtu and Clieitnut COc 11:30, 1:30, 3:30, .'.:.')', 7:30, U:30 METRO PreiaaU Mae Murray With MONTE BLUE IN FIRST SH0WXMS Broadway Rese Added LILLIAN POWELL, DAIICER Prize A De May Gewn Te tlir lj.lr i.rlttiu li'Kt 1hi rlpllin of tin. elabniTit kewiis eni tiv Mli Murray 111 thin Itrndu. tleri. Kn ciiiinf mit .ir,M 300 nerd and mutt be unit te Manager. or in .inm. in.iiTrt'. 0H3 A. it. TO 11 1. M. IinOAIJ A t'HtSTMJT KIltST .SATlONAt. ATTUAl'riO.V SKIN DEEP WITH MILTON SILLS and FLORENCE VIDOR PALACE 1:111 .v .MAKUr, I' 10 A. M. TO 11:15 T.M. DUlMniTIIT PICTURE "Te Have and te Held" nrith BETTY COMP80N & BERT LYTELL VICTORIA tl-lll AMAIIKEI' !i A. M. TK 11:15 I'. M. "RAGS TO RICHES" EEATURINO WESLEY BARRY Next Week Firt Showing "SHADOWS" with LON CHANEY ARCADIA HUH AMI rilElTXrT 1U A. ii. TU 11115 P. M, Jehn "HONOR FIRST" ntLWrRT Mil AMI MAKKKT UArllUk Reddpb ValaaHae 1 Kodelph Vali "THE SHEIK" in GLOBE JUNIPER AND "ARnET II TO II THE BIG SHOW I "Barnum Was Right" eimi rn:s m:.i. iti'.aks vi'N BROADWAY m.uui ami a.sij)i;n u.i.'i. n-.ici u i, u. VAfl'l VII 1 v deSulIe "MANSLAUGHTER" with THOMAS MEIGHAN ALLEGHENY t r.iiifuM A Alli'ifluny 1.".. TAD CECIL B. DE MILLE'S MANiLAUGHTER, With THOMAS MEIOHAN ADDED MOTION PICTURES Or VRANKFORD "I." CELEBRATION CROSS KEYS Milll IMI M mikkt miii.ih.uk 'J 15. ,4J "MISTAKES OF 1922" METROPOLITANS 2 Weeks Starting Next Monday GtANDOPERA lit. Wk. Men . ATDAi Tun.. RIllOT.ETTOl SSij.JjJSSA' Thuri. Mat MARTHA: Eta., BTITTERrLY. Eri.. CARMEN: Sat. Mat., wSAv. nauvnnn; tve., 4,'AYAl.Z.l.KIA. PAOLIACCI 2.1 W Men . LA BOHEMEl Tu., FAUST, Wnl , SALOME' TUuri. Mat. CAVALLERlA.PAOLIACCIi Et.,7 LUCIA rl, LOHENORINi bat. Mat.. HUTTEll I-LY: Eve II. TROVATORE. "" Prite $3. $2,50. S2. 1.50. II, 78e. Site SM ew Ht Oinra Heum anil Olmhala EEffe 0Vf foaraen ACADEMY OF MUSIC BURTON HOLMES FRIDAY SATURDAY j P PRESENT DAY W EKING "f. Jl, SI.Wi nl II. ..-' ,',ii,. nt iiH,r Uf Al MliT M- Tedr se ,0 sist "" a NIOHTS AT I1I6 SHARP "Llvallcat bliew ut the bonen," N, Ala. M 1 v DmMBEAU sawism m AiuJtnii Minn Aijil. At llifuj., u t'uvat' PHILADELPHIA SAT. ,,' JJ'JUyj a unvntjainA i.::,v",i rrnnaj .- ' "- f IU1IUU DESMOND Kam m ;.( m iMmalBiiiji ... jfi'ilTuTJlT x t3." sBBaiMBtlBlil YJf' &?,ar s .! LUEfilTTH aaaia. MAE Dial I GWWBBJ 44 M.i "J ",",IIPP'!fJ "''"""'BaBBBBB i ' ;r . r .- v u Wm ,tt -.. -. w.,M .. , ., AUi Li. . ,v .fj. . -. 'a, f ij'i u ' auv jr. . , ,. t-4 X. .. i3;.. A . ,k, ? . M H ..iS2HJkv. 'A 7. 1 . fJ'f.W.,'SVSi?