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p Largest Paid Circulation Todays News Today Vy ajTZSZ si DSf ML, fTF 1 ! D m r i >' t .. ■ * ■o I ii ly JMS Jji! it ■)& £ Irr X ta* mm mai j Mrs . iVe// A". Anderson ; r ;. ■.. rt .,4 ' .•#*? .-a. i. :t- v A •**' Ét*. .. M < > ■i i • 4 . * M t I Vl ; i. I Kfi , l U' tmSm w rv /: *Wi T f '•« ■' .7 > y i f É. « J ti'i! » û\ f : if, If ,Û Q D ► do V u o 1 V - ■1 r i 7 M It Is admitted on all sides that musical development In the Wilmington public schools has been due largely to the ability, energy and Interest of Mrs. Nell Krumme Anderson. There was widespread regret, recently, when she resigned as musical director of the schools, a position she had held con tinuously for six and one-half years. Mrs Anderson came to Wilmington fron» Johnstown, Pa., where she distinguished herself as a musical i instructor. Within a short time after a.-suming her duties here, there was a manifest Improvement In the quality of the school music and also 4n the Interest of the pupils In that art. Her work In the High School auditorium came more prominently before the publie than did that performed elsewhere and she had much to do with popularising the assemblies with the students and the entertainment with the general public. Mrs. Anderson did not content herself, however, with musical work In the ehools. She Joined the First Presbyterian Church choir and beoame Its leader. she received her musical education In New York City, Cornell University and Boston. She is possessed of a charming personality and her many friends are pleased that she will remain In this city. MliCIliT.i.S I 1 C IVE Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Chiles Mitchell, of Delaware Colieg* entertained tae Newark. last evening. Dean E. Laurence s, n Hi. irrVS'Ä'T ÏTi."" the honor gt.ei's of the college presi ,l,. n an( i wife. MIsh winifrod J. Nob'iwn, IVMin sii iris e C :;' C ' The members of Ihe basketball squad present were- F Bayard Carter. lain- Hugh M-Caugh n, Jr., Howard R. viex'anîle? Franklin K Wills O Gray ™* T M .nrev KeKh Stanley F Txvocs Dirk Cole. Leon H.' Goply ami Joseph J Rothroek. George Mitchell, « son. of Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell, also was with the boys. The girl guests, all except one from ». «M» OSfcce. *«•! w T re CoüZ 'student»' ' * W B 11 am S Sr Ä Z rnomsndoBn. ;SSS 5 DELAWARE ROYS 'varsity basketball squ d at their hand some home, "The Knoll," in for the boys, for the girls. A tissue paper basket hill fashioned as to look much like reflation hall, was tossed up. MrCiugirm \ilm had no Idea what It i-ontaln-d. ».It it with such force that i ... n the miniature Improvised also an amusing «11 honet Ip game. Most of the evening was devoted to dancing, with an Interm'sslon for sal-i ads and other refreshments, delight-| fully prepared and served. During the evening. Dr/and Mrs. Mit congratulated the __ MBTINGllSHED MTSTS l-'OR D X. H At the annual lunelieon of the Daugh ters of the American R-volutlon to held at Hotel duPont on Tuesday, the following guests of honor w'll be pres ent Mrs George Maynard Minor, didate for president general of the D A. R : Mrs, John Laidlaw Duell, Stase regent of Gonnect'eut and Miss Na talk* Sumner Lincoln, editor of the D. A. R. magazine. he tore spinning on^| court. There was other» cheil and boy» heartily upon the unprecedented record made by th team this season -0 COUNTRY CU B ROUND TABLE. At the round table <ils-u»»lon of the New Century Club n-xt Wednesday afternoon, the subject "The Celtic Daw-n ' will be discussed Mrs G Wes ley Priest will r-ad a paper SUFFRAGISTS WANT SPECIAL SESSION . | Birthdays of Susan B. Anthony and Dr. Anna Howard Shaw were appro prlately celebrated last night, by the Wilmington Equal Suffrage Association i„ a meeting In the High school annex. A — •**« «ovornor Townsend to call a special aea slon of tho Legislature to ratify the' Federal suffrage amendment. ïrsr : its iMslatlon In the Interests of rtttlfica tion Interesting versions of the lives of Dr. Anna Howard Shaw and Susan B. ' Anthony were presented by several women brief talks as follows - "Early Life of Doctor*Shaw," Mrs. Charles E Grifll.h: "Association, of Doctor Shaw, | an d Miss Anthony. " Mrs, John Cranston : I "Hardsh'ps and Discouragements of 15 Year«/* Mrs. Frank Hughes: Funeral .. Shr«," ». 1. W. I ^ i h aKÄÄ ! SÄK Ml«. Mary H A. isESEfi r as,nciatlon ^^^^ MUE SHOW PICTnilE. a photcHrraphlc art exh'bllloil will Ik given ! n the duBa^ry room of the Ho m duPont by the Ells Studio on March S.V 2fi and 27. Th's exhth'l'on prom .»es to he even Unrer and »Netter than the last Ellis exhibit Which was of great Interest to many lovers of art There will be seen five hundred pie lures, all of which are of prominent ' '.persons There will be exhibited many beautiful picture« of eh'ldren Much care has been taken In the production of these photograrhs, which will show to what extent |hotographlc art lus developed dur'ng recent years. OBSERVE W III Mil) DAY. Frances E Willard Memorial Day was observed yesterday afternoon by the NMm'ngtrtn W. C. T r. at Its head quarters. No 100 West Eighth street. A .Paper on "The Life of Frances Willard" was read by Letha Joseph. Mrs F. B. can-[Joseph, president of the organization gave, a detailed report on !he inneheon of Near East Relief, held yesterday aft ernoon in the dnBarry room of Hotel |duPont The :ocal union contributed M rii - ■' • Henni vvlll spoko on " Americanization and t.hristlan Citizen ship. ' The speaker urged the W. C. T. U. to co-operate with Miss Hart, who Is in charge of the W ilmington Amerl conization work. The union unanl mously decid' d to do ail In it« power to ■> =3' r O ©CDU© V7 v' U Mr. anil Mrs. Pierre S. duPont and Mr. and Mrs. Harry O. Haskell, who iave hewn on a trip to Honolulu, are now in San Pranolsco They expect to return to Wilmington on February 28. — Mr and Mrs. Ireme duPont expect to spend the month of March at Palm Beach, Florida. Mr. and Mrs, Irving Walk» have re turned from Palm Beach, Bellalr and St. Petersburg, Fla, They were on a train three days, due to Hoods between Jacksonville and Palm Beach. — Judge and Mrs, Daniel O. Hastings, Miss Elizabeth Hastings, Daniel O. Hast Ingw, Jr., «nd Miss Elsie Saxton are spending the week-end at Atlantic City. ,, , _ . . . . Mrs. I h IIIp J. Carpenter left todi> for Ormond, Fla., where she will visit I her father, William S. Peet for several weeks. Francis, William M. who accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walls to Florida, are still in the South. Mr. and Mrs. I Caleb Stabler will leave on Monday for Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. William Betts and fam ily will leave on March I for Palm Beach, Fla., where they will spend a| month. ( Mrs O. Davis Browrn, of Philadelphia Is visiting friends In this city and New ark. Miss Agnes C Mclvor, No. fiOï West ; TVenty-second idreet. who has been sick for the past two weeks, his reeov-; ered sufflclently do sit up In her room, Miss Clara Pnuthwdck. executive sec-1 relary of the Conriimers' League of Delaware. Is In New York, attending the national meeting of the New Y-u'i !Stfcle Consumjeg' ,tague and ih kmr lorly meeting of the National Cocsnn ers' League. Mrs. William W Ramsey, of Tuscon. Arizona, formerly Miss Manloa Mullln. Is visiting at Hie houle of her Mother, Mrs. F MuII'n, of No 819 Adams street. Mrs. Ramsey left Arizona last Sunday and arrived In Wilmington yesterday. Parties ton, Lolita Carden. Ruth Carden, Emily Mohan, Helen Faulkner, Gladys Faulk ner, Catherine and Lena Bechtioff. Fran ces Hill. Thomas White, William Mahan, I Owen Hadler, Wa'ter Davis, Milton | Morris, Ralph Flanegan, William KnoWe. Gerald Hill, Willard Alexander and Harry Alexander. Mr and Mrs. Warner G'nn, of St. Leonard Ackerman. Those present were: Misses Helen Hall, Edna (Murry, Hildegarde Sehl, Dollie Taylor, Edna Evans, EmTy Whit taker, Bertha Veit, Clara Smitn, Mar guerite Hample. Messrs. Leonard Ack erman. Harry Hauke, John Johnson. Russell Essiek James Cousll, James Eckels, Thomas Hall and musicale on Thursday Georges, gave a evening at thdr home. Seclctions were given by Mrs. Ginn on the violin, by H. E. Spencer on the banjo and by Mr Blackburn on the piano. An enjoyable evening was spent. «"*"*••• Aux 1 ary recently gave surprise par ties to four 'shut-in" members. Miss ., Louisa Clark No ',? 28 M Be A , u ' Mrs. Sarah Maxwell, No- 4<U Sherman gtreet ; Mrs. Bachel Robinson, No. West Twenty-second street, ami Mrs John Cooper. No. 10 West Twenty .Trach h^e I* Awl? ^un Sf oSuM at theTomes WtS-ÏÎW -»► rlflrk . B thp fnI A ' Uie home of M r f "'" , 0%N m îLj? Je 'p S i l p .1 „1 mVo Mir" ©säää « Mardpn . , __ . .. Tho * e P rosent at the homo of Mrs - 1 we "; „ . . . Mra Oulnn, Mrs. Mardern Mrs. Lan lus - Mr8 Braden, Mrs. >foran, Mrs. Thomas. Mrs 8. F. Sawin. Mrs. Leroy ^In. Mrs. Weiden, Mrs. Heal Mrs Barlow. Mr. Cannon Mrs . Cooper. Mrs. ^arah Maxwell. Mre. \ a Max-; ^ell. Mra., Paul Clif and Leonard Maxwell. TW ton.wl» m «t. wct. pr,«»t .1 Âo.^iSel Rob.^ M At^l^ M Joh^Conor's 0 Uic* < follow,ng!tDe guest, were present: Mr " d Mr> ' ! " ,i > Robert N. Hendr'ekson, of No. 804 North Adams celebrated his thirteenth birthday annlvereary on Tuesday even Ing at the home of his parents Mr and. William E. Foard. Many little friends uid iasymates Of Robert's helped him 1 celebrate the occasion. The evening was spent In games and music. The decorations were in keeping with St. Valentines Day. The guests Included: The M »ses Frances Bnylls, Jennie Long. Marga ret Sllrlltt. Clara SPrlltt, Margtret Steptoe, U-titia Hart, Agnes Toni. Mar garet Gole, John Carrauthers, Jam -s Cole, Edward Long. Huber Rrown, Warren Taylor, Merrill I Ii-U-L-on and Robert Hendrickson - A birthday dhner was g ven J Har vey Dickey, by his paren'.s, Mr. and (Mrs L.w* Dickey at his home<on las! Saturday evening * Those preset»; ws-* ; j, Harvey Dickey, Mr and Mrs Lew's D.-ckey. Mr. and Mrs Clarence D'ekey. of WII niingion: Mra. Lete Richardson of New ark; Miss Edna Chaim-rs of Newark. Mrs. Margaret Myers and son Shcward Myers of Wilmington. — A surprise party was given Miss Helen Hall at her home. No. 2412 We«l Seventh street on Thursday evening The evening was spent in games, dam Ing -and singing. Solos w-vre sung uj 1 In her connections through the south she met Ornerai Pershing. Mrs. Uam soy experts to make her stay in the East until May I. ; — ! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lang, of Newark, \ j., are llie week-end guests of Mr. (l nd Mrs. Charles Topkls of No. 1914 Boulevard. nf r . an d Mrs Ralph Saltzman. of No. )0O5 Boulevard, have returned after several days's visit to New York, where Urey attended the wedding of friends V — v Mrs. David J, Kenneally. of No. 1700 Washington street, is recovering after several weeks' Illness. Mlss Mary Farrell, of No. 1730 Lancas Iter avenue, has almost .completely re coverf( j f rom her recent Illness, result ing from an accident several weeks ago. » John McK'hhcn. architect, associated 'with the fh m of John J. Kennedy, is: spending the week-end ln Philadelphia. Mrs. John Meyer of Farnhurst, who has been confined to her bed for some lime, Is able to be about. C. Cole spent the week-end with rela tives In Warwick. Oscar Lockerman spent the papt week-end with his parents at Town send. Mr. and Mrs N. L. Henderson, of No. 807 Washington street, are recovering! from an attack of grip. — Mrs. Henry Rldgely, of Cover, was a visitor here tills week. Mrs. Laura Reynolds recently 1 spent 1 several days In Dover. Mien Ethel Brown Is the guest of her oousln, Miss Rose Verdin, in Dover. Miss Louise Baldwin spent the pastj week-end In Dover. Mr. and Mrs A. V. Hughes have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry May er at Dover. Eugene Raughley spent the week-end . Walter Hall. The W. D. C Club will hold a dance In Gilbert Studio on next Tuesday cven log The committee in charge has planned several surprises. __ . ^ party was g'ven last evening to || ar I-| Snn Bu'lon of No 211 Wes! Vwênty-fifth street 'in honor of her flftleth "T.hday anniversary. A pro , mU8 ' c " -as « ;vcD fo,Iowed by *S25SSSTU— ». ^ «, Harrison Bulb-n. Mr. and Mr. James Bu!U ' n - Mr an ' 1 M; s. Fred Schuyler, n * Jr • ["T 1 and B slree f w ? 8 ?" ivrn a l" st Tuesday evening In honor of his aevrnlh birlnday anniversary Those present were: The Misse« E'iz aibelh Flannagan. Dorothy Edwsards, Cara Morris, Ella Davis. Ethel Hut tuns, Theresa Davis, Florence, Shackle _-»(»JHi -,-|J ^ - -a f j 0 /\ ^\\ - - - 1 /! a-i n Ä -- / . t: >" th ! a * s Helpe " Bran-h. Inleraa , *hom6 n8 of ,, Mra. OC S? t ^Krau8e, T Ui West Twenly-fourlh street, on next ^S.HE^-r^ ; A A-XtZ treasurer* Mrs M Lewis secretary Cat heart nianlst ' # M "' Cal,Kart * plar ^ l ' Manv persons from all over the Stab attended the twenty-second ann.v'eraary of u,e Twenuelh Century Club of ÿ my rna on Tuesday. tOO guests were pr . s « n t ' T he clubhouse was tastefully deoor at ed bv Miv. E. fi Walls and her com mittce with festoons of pink he rls rastended at Intervals by cuplds in pink hear I-shaped frames,'branches of i njrel leaves and pink candles. The table had a handsome tabic elcdh, gift of Mrs. W. H. Slayton, and a pink i/.alea. After the singing of grare by a doubl- quartette, the members and , ; . w. re - rv. d with fried oyi-ters. -birken salad, pickles biscuits, coffee, Ice cream, an'-'el food, ma-ar uns sail ed peanuts and m nts. The president. Mrs, C. Leland Harmonson. came he fore the curtain and read from her conk book her r. e'pe for a sueeessful Inneh eon Mrs. J W Clifton and her commit tee irranged the entertainment which eonsMed of a Japanese sketch In which Mrs Cummins Sprakman, Mrs. L. L. Artis, Miss Bertha Smlthers and Mr. Raymond Cummins look part. Mrs. Cumm'ns Speakrrian was the Japanese : wife, Mr. Cummins the American bus-, hand. Mrs. Artis, the maid, ard Mian Bertha Smithers. the husband's sister, Mrs Speakman gave the "Butterfly • with his parents In Dover. William Sharp is vfelling his parents at Leipsio. Mrs. spending some time here. Miss Mahle Conner spent the week end in Ceelfton. Ida Jones, of Perryville, is Miss Helen Johnson was a recent vis itor In Port Deposit. I Mrs. S. E. Massey, of Middletown, ) a visitor her 1 this week. wan Miss Louise Eehenhofer spent tho week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs George Echenhofer, town. at Middle | Miss Margaret Dumey, who has horn III with grip for the past week ha recovered. | I J. A. Long Is spending this week-end j at his home at Dagsboro. J, W Miller a teacher at Ooldey Col lege is unable to perform his duties because of a severe cold. Miss Catherine Hume, a student In Hie stenographic department of Ooldey College, made a speed record on the ■ typewriter, foe the month of January. of sixty words net per minute for ten iconsecutive minutes. _ _ ,,. v .. , .... _ Wi , S ' 6 his parents al Hhodcsdaie, Md. J. F. Wright has gone to Philadelphia to spend the week-end. .1 B. LaJVmer has gone to his home In Townsend. Va., to spend a few weeks. Vernon Dcrriekson left yesterday for |hl s home in Dover, L. C. Billow Is spending a few days with his parents at Brldgevllle. Elton Lynch Is visiting his parents at Selbyville. J. H. Morris Is entoylng a few days at h's home at Frederica. A surprise party w»s giMfn Thursday evening to Daniel J. Re-ardon at his home, Sixth and Jackson streets. on One of the features of Ihe evening " as ,ile stn s' n S of Miss Ruth Hynd m:ln anfl William Stiller. Walsh and ^nner. comed ans of the Shamrock So-; Cl«b sprang many surprises dur \ T. "! , , , ÄftÄ Those present were: The Misses Mary Barnes. Madeline Dlneen. Rena Gallag her . Frances Gallagher. Mary Stiller, äää« Hanley. Francis Kelly, j Bryan Pilch ar d. Felix A. MeOonigle. Eugene O'Toole E. A Dunp, William Stiller. John Connor. George Reed. Harry Gersten berg, Clarence Maloney. Francis Hear don. Howard Keefe. George Walsh Paul F. Lyons and Elmer Lutz. upon hts return from a business trip through the south. d^/cummlnf Fpeakman. Jr.. and hl« <**/**£ ^j —.„deÆ«VêrEï;« l t. lhc T hn v . î nefl,nfir of thf * v • lin - ton Heights Century Club will ^ ^ld In No 30 School, on Monday en,n0 '- ar e asked from all of a " chfUrmen of committees. - A romm ltee of Goldey students has «iTanged for A danee and box social to be held In the school tonight' There " ln «fr« bo amusements for those who '•o not dance, At Ihe Comme-elal Chih meeting at Goldey College yesterdav. (he college nr eheslro made a great success at it, first attempt to play In public. — A spelling contest wa« he'd af Go'dev College yesterday Each d.-porim-nt was represented by firfeen students, Catherine Hume, a member of the »!• nographlc departments won the test, — Alliance Fr.irea'se will have Its meet'ng Mon lay afternoon, o'clock at Ihe M sses Il f b's School, Lieutenant Rode r Clar t will address the AM'ance on "The Towns of Moroc co, Turkey and Tangier." — The Bus'nras and Professional Worn en's Club will give a lea tomorrow af-1 tornoon In Gilbert Studio. A splendid musical program will add to the afternoon's enjoyment. Mrs. Rita Vss con nexi at 3 3-i Needed —A Home a Day MM Wa « ^ .. * W MÇ i » V f SS» -. ! 4 : m < V Æf ë V 0 ? m my \ re \ &■**.'*■ A % J 1 \ ST* i / ÊT i 9 m Ä \% * i wé. m Jr I W ■■ ► ym m -, I 3 E * * —Photo by William Sbewoll Blllt. This little girl and her doll have found a home through the Children's Bureau of Delaware. The Children's Bureau çf Delaware. with headquarters at No. 207 Ohmvh bei nig entrusted to its care, Four children, all under six years, building needs a home a day to take care of the needy little boys and girls Who will be first to supply today's need? W ©dldnegs Miss Frederica G. Wright and Henry B. were Blackburn, both of Claymont. married vi „ M.Mred Collisnn and Firl Hamer JKKÄ married onTeh:! îruary 7. at Brandywine M. E. parson "• w •*** a "'" n " J VM-KMIVP PARTY. One of the prettiest parlies of thej season was g'ven by Miss EmM e Whit Äto- K«»» : ments were served at a laic hour. Those present were; M'sses Elsie."" Warrliwton. He'en Hall. Clara Smith. Dollie Taylor. 'Marie and Margaret Mc Laughln, Emilie Whittaker. Mr, anlj,' Mrs. John Eckles. James Eekles, Ralph Cummings. James Couelli. Leslie Mr. Fielder. Frank Neeley, Mrs. | and Mr. and Mrs. James W-*lUj Uker ' i 1 ,. Mlljonil ÇENH «T CID». Mra. 'itobrr^V" 0 DaviT chslSnT of Uo^on SÄ Ä' BSÄ in ,J '" ^ ™ m 8 c ^ ARTIST. TO 11 »» * on Wednesday evening, tn Brandywine M. E parsonage, by the „ ... „ . „ . _. . Rev. W. Ernest Greenfield. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. David H. Geisel. ■ r fh „.T he « c, f rhlî \ an l n, . ,al f /h k no f \ru filming on Society of the I ne Ar "ill hr held in the ballroom of th duPont. on April 1- H and 1< J" "*• mer^Trs ara of ^he hang'ng con ri7ir„J w W,l v eha rm. n vi v'n,,rin xiilm in Ml'r „ÎÎV "lei t-d " nl ' . . r , v ... . " nn ' ,u -' '■ . . ' 1 noon. Ttie decorations will be in keeping wMh George Washingtons birthday, Unique invitation» were issued by Ute club. --o .rVN'OI'NTF C'.MID PVt l V. The Ma-yiand D vis'on sylwmla Railroad Women's D vis on fo Rel'ef will hold n earel pa-ly 'n th nss. nib'v room of the P -nnsylvania of flee bulli ng Fron» ,i"d Fr neh »tree!» Many pretty of Ihe Penn DIME AT NEWPORT Cvie Club of Rich ardson Park, will give a dsne«. in (he Mason c Hall at New; o t next Wcdnes Mr» c w-T b furnislu-d _____ r V. Kropf and M ss Ca oyn Oonly will sing w'th Miss Dorothy KIc'lz at the Mrs Ruth Zan Dorn Todd will so'os. 8hortert! The Womens na> rvenlnp by the Or g na! Six orrhostra pano play several vlol'n Orchestra will play during the after-j need homes In good Roman Catholic families. Their Pslhcr and mother are both very ill from pneumonia. Them may be a little money with which to pay board, but their parents are too 'll to be questioned with respect that. Only those with big hearts need apply for these four and other Juvenile charges of the bureau. to j DONATION DAY AT HOME FOR AGED Donation and reception day will be held at the Home for Aged Women, Gilpin avenue and Harrison street next Thursday. The Home will be open fop Inspection that day for all who care to (Visit. Tea will be served by the house hold committee. cb " k ' ■ h< "" a •* 'El-hteenth street E Th „ following statement has hem t t ^ ïhe r0 mm r t!ee* iE/? ESHSslB onr need for helD been more lm ^ " a r0r C,p De n more ,n " h Vn , n " a C.iv 0 7 finy-lwo wonTd h,î 1 . h l ' hlrt, ; ll n Iwn 1* , tWel ' ? Bow-i™™®^ v Toretaî us^to the tn hp , carry us aIonR "Trusting that the vision of these. par women who are In the "shadow 0 -n"V™ ^slory. we urge n hearty response ' J J B . H P ZJ™ Mra 'C r tv c;;"^ Contributions of money, dry goods and provisions will be gladly received. treasurer, Mrs. H. P. Eves, No. 301 West borrowing xf^ivPip'T; »mbHIl r,f*or \ Hho. ^ Mr< V «; Hr-rd T M . • ■ ■ _ ^"• m .. „ rl nsV M T ;„,i ,, «- M-»' m« F C deMnn Mra 'Tmiv Mra C P M Romfo-d. " ' ta' r». ? -O 4M r M v% E l* r,,v, ON. Thf"^ wil' n nf th* r>^» r n nf T>r*l r* — W'nrrv'n'« Gnll ■» th ! < r» f »rr*'<v»n of »Hp i'o] of the •e C- UC- . m -a Ti"'h >f ««'ek. r-esldent of c n'o-' Cass will pres'de at the *b banou-t md Mr« ni V* the Irr-'t-d erne»'« are fir. 5 r. Mteheil M-q A n. ard Cb-ne t^nr R-qMcq Ibe ad!-' ' C: S';.. 'h re will h elrir ng of class songs of Poriicv c b-> Warne C M O'-Ms lh" Mma Mater, ion 's 'o he he d. nreni'y .aorvo'nfed t!i.j fellow'm commlltees to arrange for this event. r.omn't'ee on Arr-n-r menla — Helen Bishop. Miyme c tat"ekoo Elsie Woo levh-m. Louise Ph'Il'p». DeporatiofT Comm'ttee — Win'fretl Frances Tho stnHe.nt u«sr'a*iftn, m 'r n* th« Ha neh ett. Hannah Deakyne, McCoy. Mary' Reynolds. Reception Committee—Mary Davis. Helen Bancroft. Iternlre Hastings. Nellie Campbell, Cardeile Wiliams, Elizabeth Howell.