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Philadelphia Inquirer (Newspaper) - November 23, 1902, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania F j. V a to Quot 3d Philadelphia inquirer sunday morning november 23, 1902 Rushing to. Present fair debutantes College dances crowd info events preparatory to the opening of the Winter season miss ast9r will visit her Uncle or. Paul a e \ Elk Effort Lei being made by the j de at the ouse no i drawing room in a fashionable net to get All of the gown of regal magnificence coating $2500. Nany debutantes presented before her jewels were North thousands More. The win a season opens next month. The part week has been a continuous round of teas. That form of entertaining seems to have been accepted a the official Entrance to the social world for the debutantes. Luncheons Are Given in Honor of the first sea a on girls but the Tea is Tjie Quot positively first App Eliance in the maids social career. From the earliest moment of the Early season until the first night of the opera when the Winter season can be said to be wide open fashionable matrons who Are sponsor for the Quot yearlings a Are dreadfully Buhy coaching inc dear Young Pirla Quot How to be a social Success Ana launching them safely Iii the Whirlpool of the social swim. Sickness and death has interfered somewhat with the social Calendar. The ill near of my. Pm Ward y. Towmsend caused the postponement of the introduction of miss 3larie Louise Townsend daughter of or. And mrs. H. T. Townsend. Or. Villiam t Hom Jison a illness has interfered with the a presentation of his grandma uglier miss prances Ilobert hut Only temporarily for the doctor is Podva leading and in. C. H. Roberts who is one of the most strikingly handsome women of the swagger set will Goon be Able to entertain for her daughter. There has been much discus Biou and Many lengthy debate. Among the Quot Debs Quot during the lust few Days regarding the recall of mrs. Alexander \ Hii kens Aero a cards for the Tea on thursday december 4, owing to the death of miss Mae Sarah fire tel daughter of or. And mrs. Anthony j. Drexel on Wenc slav at Wytham Abbey Oxford eng. The much mooted question was i whether mrs. Van Rensselaer was merely postponing her Tea or whether her Dau Gaiter miss Mae fell would not be presented this w inter. It is the a Little Droth cry a Quot a privilege to set tim Public mind at rest by stating to fell is to be presented. Mrs. V an Rensselaer Felt that she did not care to entert Iii so Scop after the death of her Little Niece did so recalled her cards. Or. And mrs. Van Rensselaer Quot however will give a Ball in horticultural Hall on december and on january i a reception for to Weir laughter. T h�?T8 i a very pleasant arrangement u Carh Day since tile passing of the historic custom of calling has been quite the most Boi Sohie Holiday of the year. Can ii be that the old custom is to be revived just As the fancy silk waistcoats of our Urand sires Are coming into Vogue again a very great Deal of Enci Laining wih be done for miss fell and at least three Large dances will be Given in her Honor. Two of these have already teen announced. Mrs. Van Rensselaer and her daunt her i understand Are to receive on in Strong deserve the fair. I his Winter you must be a us Klein her Euler to be really swagger. While men Are still worshipping facial Beauty that alone if not sufficient it must be accompanied with a Good Golf Arm. As for the women their Adonise Are men of muscle arid brawn Aud neither Man nor woman has any time this season to waste on the w weaklings of Eit Jar sex. 1jw.s dining at the fell Educ on wed Niht. Tile 7>alm room was crowded. How Many people Dine away from Home nowadays about of clock i noticed that the air was charged with wire less telegraphic messages exchanged from table to table Imd then the men began to slip out. T f courts the women w ent Law but Only As far As their carriages. Eventually the women went to the Thea men Well the next i saw of them they a Erc it the ringside water ing the six round encounter Betws Een a a uis Villa pugilist and the Champion of England. J Here w Ere gathered in the ramshackle old building that was once a Street car stable Many of Philadelphia a most fashionable and Thuv were ail North of Market Street. Law As afraid of being recognized so i left Early. A Good Many of the men looked a though they were suffering from the same fear. I dropped into the theatre on the Way Home. It was a Day of social life Quot hearts aflame Quot and to Ere is w Here i found the wives. Quot there is lots of fun watching a play like this Quot said one wife As i dropped into a seat at her Elbow. Quot the lines Are so Clever and the people so real that you can see All your friends and others a on the stage. The scandal is a bit commonplace. Done to you think so Quot she asked. Quot Tell me is the Ai my and Navy game to be postponed or will the middies be Able to play Quot she asked later. About her Throat she wore thirty pearls each costing $3 a a. She owns a big casket full of other pearls and diamonds a Coronet alone being valued at $60,000. A she has also Many emeralds and other gems. Spelling about pearls mrs. Ida Harrison Dillies who has just been compelled to forfeit to the government a $26,000 necklace which she brought to this country last july for failing to declare it for duty has the sympathy of the travelling Public. Even a member of the fashionable w orld who visits Europe during the summer has up flared at the hands of the customs officers and protest after protest he been sent to the state department Wath the hoj get of reforms. The dog show opens this week in horticultural Hall and there will be lots of Blue blooded Stock exhibited. I Haven to t the annual Sophomore dance of the University of Pennsylvania which will be held in the auditorium of Houston Hall on december 19, the following ladies will act a Patr Nesses mrs. Charles Clistis Harrison mrs. R. Norris Williams mrs. Effingham b. Morris of so Charles cur tis Harrison or. Mrs. Samuel Price Wetherill mrs. Samuel Price Wetherill jr., mrs. Arthur Brock mrs. Edward f. Smith Jirs William West Frazier. Mrs. Robert g. A Ell mrs. Thomas g. Ashton. Mrs. William Swain mrs. Charlton Samall mrs. Robert j. Brunker mrs. H. B. Buckwalter or Hampton Carson mra. C. Howard Clark jr., mrs. Theodore Vav. Cramp mrs. I Tiara Diss ton my s. Stanley g. Flagg jr., mrs. Lincoln Godfrey mrs. Joseph Gazzam mrs Hobart a. Hare mrs. George h. Lea mrs. John in Musser mrs. J. Madison Taylor mrs. John m. Townsend mrs. De Forest Willard mrs. S. Howard Smith mrs. Samuel b. Bowen mrs. Alexander an Rensselaer mrs. Theodore Voorhees mrs. John d. Geary and mrs. Jwilliam White. A the dance committee of a the class of 1905 is composed of , John Arthur Brown Samuel Bispham Bow in jr., John Brinton Buckwa alter Robert Henry Brunker Cecil Baltimore Calvert Wharton Sandell Donaldson Frederick Warren Marshall Barlow Moorhead Oliver Hazard Perry Pepper Harry Lockwood kit-1 teahouse Reginald Spear Logan How Ard Smith Percival Drayton Taylor de Forest Porter Williard Alexander Ope Williams and John Herr Musser jr., chairman. A meeting of the members of the Junior class of the University of Pennsylvania was held thursday afternoon. Fashionable gowns t the Princeton Yale game on saturday of last week mrs. Philip Physick peace who was formerly miss Katharine hey wore a stunning tailored frock of dark Blue Broadcloth. The closely fitting jacket when throw u open revealed a Blouse of Pale Blue velvet. She wore with it a picture hat of Light Blue taffeta trimmed under the brim with a Cluster of delicate Blue plumes. Mrs. Edward Cassatt we Ore a Well fitting Outing suit of Gray cloth. Its Only trimming consisted of to Eben of Black taffeta about the bodice. We Ith it she wore a Large Black flaring hat adorned with Gray and Black plumes. Mrs. James Potter was As usual faultlessly Goi Ned in Black lady a cloth made with a tight fitting bodice relieved with a trimming of White lace. Her hat which was a Niall affair was of the same blah cd and White combination. Mrs. Craig Biddles gown was of red Serge the Eton jacket of which was worn Over a White lace Blouse. Her hat w As also red with a Cluster of red roses resting gracefully on her dark hair. Miss Violett Whelen wore a modish gown of Violet Broadcloth. Fastened to the Side of her Corsage was a huge Bunch of Gardenias. Miss Elsie Whelen wore an artistic gown of lady a cloth in a Shade of red that was most becoming to her. A feature of her Toilette w As an old fashioned Boa and Muff of w Hite Fox. Fur. Fiss Margaret Riley looked Well in a walking costume of Green plaid. Under the Box pleated jacket was worn a bodice of White silk daintily trimmed with w Hile lace insertion. The gown worn by miss Edith Fisher was of Garnet cloth on the tailored effect. Many fair maids i make social Bow teas galore being Given to introduce the seasons buds. Society ruled absolutely go by the. Younger set e endless has been the list of Debutante teas during the past week almost As endless a the list of debutantes. No Days Calendar was Complete that did not chronicle the presentation of at least a couple of fair Young recruits to the fashionable set. Fair and fresh today but How Fawd and tired Ere Lent comes with its Balm of rest or. And mrs. Francis a. Potts gave a Tea on monday afternoon from 4 until 6 of clock at their residence 1913 Walnut Street to introduce their daughter miss Helen Laii Rier Potts. The flowing assisted in receiving miss Anna Hunt Paul miss Esther Florence Lineaweaver miss Grace Elliott a dark miss Amanda Jeffries Mise Dorothy Lehman Kelly miss Marie Louise Townsend miss Stella Van t. Elkins miss Edith Townsend and Mies May Gardiner Hobson. Mrs. William a. Lippincott gave a luncheon on monday at her country place Quot Gedron Quot Devon in Honor of miss Natalie Taylor one of this seasons Debu the nuptial season drawing to a close a up speaking of football the More i see of that game tile better i like prize fights. Man is outclassed Why. Then the fight is off. Of course you can t Call a prize fight a social function but society is pretty Well represented at most of tile bouts in this City. Do Jou know that the Palm room of the Bellevue is a great place to hear a Breezy bit of gossip no a and then i overheard a Little discussion a few evenings ago about the crusade again it kissing i spoke of last Munday. One Young woman said Quot physicians May lecture on the dangers of kissing Maidens of doubtful years May applaud and general Orbin May advise a i a a Youthful finny officers to fight shy of Matrimony but Quot a Many a a Man for a in fit and for that i am truly Quot yes Quot said the Man at her Side Quot and i suppose the i a Tom will last As Long As this old world and As Long As it lasts there la be trouble. It has just Cost Fred Crisp son of Coni Ress Nian Charles Crisp of Atlanta ga., lift dollars for kissing a Young woman w without asking her permission. Not Liat a feed die would mind the fifty. What grieves me is that he should be so very indiscreet As to select such a shy Joung heard we Hether Richard Harding Thivia Wall show his prize beauties ? or not. I remember several seasons ago at one of the shows a sight that was Quot will Worth the Price of admission seated in a Large Cage on the second Row was Richard Harding Davis we Ith an immense Brindle Bull under either Arm the observed of All observers. I like a dog Shoal. I feel so at Home i Idee to hear the dogs grow l and bark when i know that they Are securely chained. I also like the horse show. It was Fine this year. What with Carrie nation and colonel Watterson present so Cieto had lots of excitement. It must lie a trifle disconcerting to be lectured on the Cut of ones gowns in t he presence of the assembled multitude at a new York horse 8how but no one would have known that Carrie was present if she Lead not lectured some one and this is the first time she has crusade the women. I he she wont come to Philadelphia Good Bye. I have to go a Tea. My out i am tired of Vliem. Quot or Jiff be brother engagements Gre bbl announced the following men to serve on the Junior Ball committee messes r. Zane Henry i Udden How Ard Moi c. Harrison c. Mcintyre hoops Howard a Hill Wistar Charles lows Send Robbins c. Mitchell Dean Carver mjg ers Smith George Folger and in Ortr chairman. Charity Ball he engagement is announced of miss Catharine m. Clark and Oswald c. Herzug. Miss Clark who made her debut to o or three years ago is the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. James we Ilson Clark miss Sybil Fay and is a tall and handsome blonde. Or. Hering is a son of Rudolph Hering we cell known in scientific circles and is a grandson of the celebrated or. Hering of Philadelphia the most famous homeopathic physician of his Day. No Date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. Albert n. Heritage announces the engagement of her daughter Adelaide Norton to or. Frederick l. Palmer of Brooklyn n. Y. Or. And irs. A. Hey Wood Mason of Germantown announce the engagement of their daughter Alice Eleanor to or. Henry e. Butler of Ogontz a. A the engagement is announced of miss Harriet Burbridge Brinton daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Bow in Brinton of Overbrook pa., to or. James Cushing Bayley of Boston mass. For Sweet Charity reparations Foi the annual Charity Ball Are maturing in a manner that is most pleasing to the executive committee. The Twenty third annual Ball will be held in the Academy of music on wednesday evening january 21, 19c, and the beneficiaries will be the maternity Hospital of the univer Itji of Penn Luvania the children said society the epileptic Bolita and Colony farm and the polyclinic Hospital. Among those who have to ten boxes for the Ball Are mrs. Clarke Alere Hant mrs. Charles Brinton Coxe mrs. Edward Clinton Lee mrs. Samuel Price Wetherill or. John Price Wetherill or. Thomas Mckean mrs. Theodore Voorhees Hon. Samuel h. Ashbridge it or. E. T. Stotes Bury or. Theodore a. Ely mrs. Gement a. Griscom mrs. C. Howard Clark jr., mrs. Arthur Brock Ivor. E. T. Dobbins or. A Riebenack mrs. William Disston or. Joel j. Baffy mrs. George m. Freeman or. William h. Barnes. Using the past week there w Ere several weddings of moire than Ordinary importance to the fashionable world or at least that portion of it within the limits of this Quaker City. One of the most elaborate As Well As socially important took place at noon on Iti Urs Day in holy Trinity Church nineteenth and Walnut streets when miss Virginia Cannell Votter and Captain Henry Lowe new bold artillery corps United states Arney were married by the Rev. Herbert Shipman chaplain at West Point. The eight Ushers whom Captain Newbold had chosen from among his companions in arms wore full dress uniforms. A wedding breakfast and reception Fol Lowed at the Home of the brides parents or. And mrs. Nathan Trotter 2227 de Lance place. On their return from their wedding trip Captain and mrs. Newbold will reside at fort Washington md., where Captain Newbold is stationed. An exceedingly pretty Home wedding took place on wednesday evening at the residence of or. And mrs. Joel Cook 849 North Broad Street we Hen miss Mary Robinson daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Robinson of Norwood pa., and or. George William Childs Cook were married by the Rev. Or. Joseph Newlin. The Bride who was Given in marriage by her father we As attended by her Cousin. Miss Eleanor we Atson As her maid of Honor who wore a gown of Ivory White Liberty Satin and carried Pink chrysanthemums. The bridesmaids miss Edith r. Peitz re and miss Maria Yerkes Johnson wore Gowlis of Cream Liberty Satin and Carriea yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Mabel Cook Kas a Niece of the bridegroom was the of fowl or girl and master Richard Edmund Ismith a Cousin of the bridegroom served As Page. The Bride wore a Beautiful imported lace Robe made Over White taffeta. 8he carried a Shower bouquet of lilies of the Valley and Bride roses. Or. Charles Welsh Edmunds a Cousin of the Groom we As Best Man and the Ushers were or. Allen Reed and or. Charles Anderson. A reception which was probably the most largely attended of any wedding reception this autumn of followed the ceremony from 8 until to of clock. The House was Quot beautifully decorated Writh chrysanthemums Southern Smilax and Palms. The bridal party received in the Naylor while in the Library was a display of gifts which in Point of number Richness and Beauty has not been equated this season. After their return from their wedding trip or. And mrs. Cook will be at Home on wednesdays after january a at Norwood a. _ the marriage of miss Kathryn Borsch daughter of John l. Borsch 1310 Walnut Street to did. Ernest Laplace professor of surgery at the Mexico Chirurg tical College Viil occur on december 16 in the of Edral of its. Peter and Paul. The wedding of miss Ethel Christine Smith and or. Murdoch Kendrick will take place in holy Trinity Church at noon wednesday december to. Howard Butcher at their residence 206 South forty second Street. Those asset ing in receiving were miss Natalie Taylor miss Dudley miss Jane Morgan miss Katharine Brinley miss Katherine Morris miss Caroline Tatem we Elsh miss Elizabeth Cresson Wistar and miss Mary Dale Benson. A supper will follow for the receiving party. 31r. And mrs. William e. Aumont gave a reception on Friday evening from 8 until to o clock at the Acorn club in Honor of their daughter miss Florence m. Aumont who is one of this seasons debutantes. A dance followed. Or. And mrs. C. Cresson Wistar and miss Elizabeth Vaux Wistar gave a Tea yesterday at Moon to the Acorn club. Or. And mrs. R. Dale Benson and miss Mary Eleanor Benson gave a Tea yesterday afternoon at their residence 1120 Spruce Street. Mrs. J with it she wore a hat formed entirely of red roses. Miss Elsie Walker one of this seasons debutantes wore at a luncheon a unique bodice of White Satin. It was formed entirely of narrow ribbon joined together with White silk mexican stitching giving it tim effect of a trellis. The sleeves Teuffer miss Margaret b. Cotton miss Tantes. The guests were i miss Taylor miss Grace Morris miss a incy r. Caper ton. Miss Aaaanda Jeffries miss Dorothy l. Kelly miss Mary ii. Benson miss Theodora s. Butcher miss Katharine Brinley miss Amelia t. Putnam miss Dorothy a. Maris miss Marjory Cher my Ava a n 4 i i Quot of a. F purely personal m mias Pauline Astor who is the Only Sui living Daught of or. William Waldorf Astor is expected to spend to Day Aud at least a part of this week we Ith her Uncle or. James in. Paul .jr., at his country residence near Radnor. Miss a tors Mother was miss Marv Dahlgren Paul the daughter of or. James Paul of this City. She was a great Belle As Well As celebrated Beauty. Her marriage to or. Astor took place in the Paul residence in rhe it rut Street Abov e Tsven i eth. A distinguished gathering of guests were present Aud Quot magnificent were the proven. I he first ild born was a girl and was named Pauline after her Mother s family. Miss Pauline Astor is 22 years old and said to be joint heiress to $20u,0 x ,000. Lier life and training have been that of in English girl but unlike her father who is now a naturalized englishman she is rear ted to have said she Quot Woula rather be an 8he Wmk present eco Liber will bring a flood of fails and bazaars for Sweet Charity and each will receive the endorsement if not the Active i Upp Wrt of the women of the fashionable set. A fair in Aid of the children s Library and play House 2524 Pine Street will be held at the Roosevelt 2027 Chestnut Street on thursday december 4, from i p. M. To iop m. The fair is gotten up by the younger girls a number of whom Are debutantes this we tar. Among the promoters Are miss Mary Brinley miss Pauline Bowie miss Gertrude Ely. Miss Augusta t. West miss Isabel Wetherill Mise Mildred Quot a Worpe miss a Anis Russell and miss Ellen la. Smith. A Hie Patr Nesses Are mrs. Edward Buckley mrs. Roland r. Foulke mrs. Charlesw Trio re mrs. Clarence Clarke mrs. John Struthers mrs. Jones Wistar mrs. George g. M. Large mrs. Samuel g. Bodine mrs. Clement Stocker Phillips and mrs. Nathan Taylor. A Sale of fancy articles will be held at the Acorn club on december 3 and 4, in charge of miss Katherine Robeson. The Church of the ascension we in hold a fair for the Church on december 2, 3 and 4. Is. Charles Kingsley who has been residing for the past three years in Europe has returned and is spending the Winter with her Sisters the misses Bowen at their country place at Wiss Hickon Heights. A a or. And mrs. A cent Stocker Phillips who Are staying at their country pm near Paoli expect to move into their City residence 421 South fifteenth Street within a fortnight miss Phoebe Phillips is staying with her grandmother mrs. John b. Biddie at 1902 Pine Street. Or. And mrs. Williams b. Cadwalader returned on monday from their wedding trip. They Wil visit or. And mrs. Henry Williams Biddle at Paoli until december i when they will come into town and make their Home at the Lincoln during the Winter. A mrs. Henrj e. Drayton has returned to her residence no. 2035 do Lancey place. A or. And mrs. J. Somers Smith jr., and family have left Spring Bank Germantown and Are in town. A a or. And mrs. Edward Buckler and the misses Buckley closed their Bouse at Chestnut Hill to Day and have moved into their town House for the Winter. A a \ or. And mrs. Joseph Wainwright will soon occupy their residence at the Comer of vent tenth and Spruce streets which has All been remodeler. In. And mrs. Wainwright have been staying at Ardmore since their return from Cape May where or. Wainwright has built a Beautiful cottage. A # mrs. George Biddle and the misses Biddle will a tui a to town this week and open their new House 2017 de Lancey w monday november 24. Or. And mrs. Craige Lippincott a Tea followed by a dinner and dance to introduce miss Constance Lippincott. At 218 West Rittenhouse Square. Or. And mrs. T. De Witt Civ or and miss Frances Lewis Cuyler a Tea from 4 until 6 of clock at 1830 Spruce Street. Miss Mabel Stanley Richardson a Tea in Honor of miss Mackay Smith at the rectory of St. James Church. Or. And mrs. William Lippincott a dinner in Honor of miss Dorothy Lehman Kelly at Quot Cedron Quot their country seat at Devon. Mrs. Edwin s. Cramp a theatre party and supper in Honor of miss Helen Potts. Sagamore monthly dinner at the hotel Flanders. Tuesday november 25. Or. And mrs. Philip Kelly 1518 Locust Street a Tea to introduce their daughter. Miss Dorothy Lehman Kelly. Or. And mrs. Evans r. Dick 111 South Twenty first Street a Tea to introduce their daughter miss Isabel Mildred Dick. Or. And mrs. Alba b. Johnson Rosemont will entertain the neighbors cub. The clerical Union of Philadelphia at the Church House. Twelfth and Walnut streets a reception in Honor of the it. Rev. Mackay or tilth Bishop coadjutor of this diocese. Wednesday november 26. Miss Julia macalester Neill a dance at the Acorn club in Honor of miss Marion f. Fox. A / or. And mrs. Calvin and miss Pardee West Walnut Lane Germantown a from 5 until 7 of clock to introduce miss Helen Pardee. A Tea or. And mrs. Sabin w. Colton or. And miss Mildred Colton 3409 Lue a Tea from 4 until 6 o clock. Powelton Avenue mrs. P. S. Donnella Leila Rogers and miss thu 1028 Spruce Street a luncheon in Honor of miss Orriet Rogers. Jay november 27. Miss Mary North of Rosemont a Box party to witness Pennsylvania to Folio Low. Cornell game a dinner and theatre party Frida november 28. Special dance at natatorium Hall to open the season of the monday fortnightly Cotillon. Mrs. Travis Cochran 131 South Twenty tond Street a Tea from 5 until 7 of clock to introduce miss Alice Isabel Norris. Or. And mrs. James w. Cooke and miss May Beaver Cooke a Tea from 4 until 6.30 of clock at 2106 Walnut Street. Combined musical clubs of the University of Pennsylvania a concert and dance in Houston Hall. Saturday november 29. A annual football game Between u. S. Army and Navy cadets at Franklin Field. Or. And mrs. George w. Is wilds Drexel a dinner at Quot Wootten Quot Bryn mawr. Miss Grant and Aliss North a dance at Delaware county country club in Honor of miss Della Bosworth of Pittsburg. Or. Houston Dunn a Bowling party at Blanheim Germantown. Which showed the same handwork were finished at the wrists with deep cuffs. A skirt of Ecru examine was worn with it trimmed with Broad Flat tucks Over a drop skirt of taffeta in a similar a de. Her hat was of Pale Blue cloth faced with White Irish lace and adorned with autumn leaves. Vii is Isabelle Wetherill has a remarkably pretty walking suit of Brown velvet. It is made with a russian Blouse strapped Over the shoulders with one Inch tata ribbon. The skirt which clears the ground has a decided flare at the foot. She wears with it a hat of Brown velvet garnished with White silk. Miss Katharine Brinley was seen on Chestnut Street the other Day in a Chic Navy Blue Broadcloth. Both the jacket and skirt were trimmed with narrow Black velvet ribbon. Under the jacket was worn a bodice of Brown Corduroy with an embroidered White Collar. Her hat was of Black velvet gracefully trimmed with sweeping Black plumes. Vest Philadelphia is. Henry f. Mccormick gave a Farewell Tea from 4 until 6 of clock yesterday at her residence 4315 Walnut Street. Mrs. Mccormick will leave shortly for new York where she will reside permanently. Vav miss Gladys pow Ell of South thirty eighth Street who has been ill with typhoid fever will spend the Winter with her parents at their cottage in St. Charles place Atlantic City. A or. And mrs. Charles p. Hoyt have returned to their residence in North thirty third Street from their summer Home at Belmar n. J. Or. And mrs. Hoyt will spend the Winter in California. A a miss Marie v. Ford of South forty second tree is being entertained in Wilmington in a Tea will be Given by mrs. Robert Stevenson on december 3 at her residence 4618 King Sessing Avenue. A a v or. And mrs. Jesse w. Thatcher have returned to their residence on Hamilton Street from a stay at Atlantic City. A a or. And mrs. David Bixler of san Francisco formerly of West Spruce Street have issued cards denouncing the marriage of their Niece. Miss Mabel Hyde to or. Edwin Fraser Gillette on monday october 27. A a a or. And mrs. George Clifton Keim will receive on tuesday throughout the Winter at their residence 3459 Chestnut Street. It it a its. Talbot Mercer Rogers of West Spruce Street has been entertaining her Daug Fater mrs. S. Bethune of Quebec. A a a mrs. J. R. Middleton entertained at cards on wednesday evening at her residence in North thirty third Street. Among the players were or. And mrs. Howard Ramsay or. And mrs. Samuel Grant Diehl or. And mrs. George Codman or. And mrs. Harry Fuller miss Cook or. Rutherford and or. Townsend miss Anna Paul Anc miss May b. Cooke. Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson no. 237 South Twenty first Street gave a luncheon on monday. Mrs. George sergeant gave an informal card party for mrs. Daingerfield Parker on monday. Another Debutante we As formally presented on tuesday when miss Natalie Taylor made her initial Bow to society at a Tea Given in her Honor by her parents or. And mrs. Nathan a. Taylor at their coi try seat of Netheim Wiss Hickon Heights. Among those assisting in receiving were the misses Taylor miss Mildred Dick miss Mabel Taylor miss Dorothy Maris miss Margaret Colton miss Elizabeth Wistar miss Leonore Milne miss Margaret Ivero it miss May Cooke miss Katharine Curtin miss Cornelia Norris miss Beatrice Wilson miss Marjory Ober Teuffer. Miss Bartow 3kliss Virginia Miller miss Alice Rush miss Armitage Struthers miss May Benson and miss Caroline Welsh. A dinner and dance followed the Tea. Mrs. Alfred Eama Haw gave a luncheon on wednesday at the Bdl Evue in Honor of her daughter. Miss Ethel Ramshaw who is one of this seasons debutantes. The guests were mrs. Morris miss Grace moms miss Dorothy l. Kelly miss Nancy Carrion miss Amelia t. Putnam miss Florence Aumont a miss Mildred Thorpe miss Caroline t. Welsh miss Clifford Newbold miss Lineaweaver miss Hazelhurst miss Pardee. Miss Dixon miss Helen Potts miss Dorothy Potter miss Esther Cattieu. Miss l. Rogers miss h. Rogers miss Mosser miss Edorothy Smith and miss Elisc Walker. Mrs and mrs. Edw Ard s. W. Ramum of 5933 main Street Germantown gave a Tea on wednesday afternoon from 4 until 7 of clock. Miss i it Orothy Emlen whose card had been enclosed in the invitations was a guest of Quot Honor. Among those assisting in receiving were mrs. Thomas Mckean mrs. James a. Ramum mrs. James Starr miss Rodney miss Emlen mrs. Butler miss eth c3ark, miss Ellen win Sor and miss Elizabeth s. Abbot. Or. And mrs. Howard Comfort gave a Tea on wednesday afternoon at the Acorn Chub 1618 Walnut Street in Honor of or. And mrs. William Wistar Comfort of Haverford. Tile decorations were Palms allow Chr it a in themus and Pink roses. Those assisting in receiving were mrs. Haines miss Lippincott mrs. W Traer mrs. Bangs mrs. Mickle mrs. Gummere mrs. Canby miss Ethel Maule miss car Garet Maule miss Lilian Alderson miss Dietrich of Nebraska and miss Hul bord. Miss Farwell and miss Follansbee of Chicago mrs. Cornelius Stevenson gave a Small luncheon at her residence 237 South Twenty first Street on wednesday. Her guest were mrs. George Tucker Bispham mrs. Richard l. Ashurst mrs. Charles Lea and irs. Charles e. Dana. Mrs. Walter Hora Mann gave a luncheon thursday at her residence 1206 Spruce Street in Honor of miss Dorothea Emlen. Among her guests were miss John Struthers the misses Struthers and miss Annite Struthers 2102 Chestnut Street have sent out Carris for monday december i from 4 until 7. They Are also at Home fridays in Janu Ary after 4. Miss Armitage Struthers is one of this seasons debutantes. Or. And mrs. Clement Stocker Phillips and their daughter miss Phoebe Caroline Phillips have issued cards for a Tea on tuesday december 2, from 4 until 7 of clock at 421 South fifteenth Street. Mrs. Phillips and miss Phillips will by at Home on fridays in january after 4 of clock. Mrs. R. Howley Baker Mill give a luncheon on tuesday december 2, in Honor of \lis8 Anna Hunt Paul. Or. And mrs. Evans r. Dick m ill give a dinner dance at horticultural Hall in Honor of their daughter. Miss Mil did Dick on january 2. Mrs. Albeit Gumpert will give a Tea on tuesday afternoon december 2, from 5 until 7, at the Roosevelt to introduce her daughter. Miss Helen Gumpert. Mrs. Gumpert and miss Gumpert will be at Home tuesday afternoons december 16 and 23, after"3 of clock 237 South forty first . And mrs. George Howard Eane have sent out cards for a Tea from 5 until 7 of clock on wednesday afternoon. December 3, at 1714 Walnut Street in Honor of miss Catherine Ann eat la one of this seasons debutantes. Mrs. Radcliffe Caperton has sent out cards for a Tea december 3, from 6 until 7 of clock at her Reid Tidence 408 South eighteenth Street to introduce her daughter miss Nancy Radcliffe Caperton. A patroness Tea to meet mme. Alexander Marino of Paris and Boston i Quot be Given on wednesday afternoon de Cems 3, at 4 of clock at the residence of hrs. T. Ii. Andrews 1119 Spruce Street. There will be music. Or. And mrs. George w. Childs Drexel will entertain at a luncheon on saturday december 6, at Quot Wootton Quot Bryn mawr. In Honor of the Bishop coadjutor and mrs Mackay Smith. Or. E. Spencer Miller will give a supper follow by an informal dance after the Tea at the Acorn club saturday december 6, in Honor of his Niece Mif Virginia b. Miller. Wedding anniversary m la. And mrs. Smalley 3<m i Kilham Terrace Germantown celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of their wedding last week in a very delightful manner. Mrs. Smalley wore a gown of Pink crepe de Chine trimmed with Dii Chesse lace. The reception room parlor and Halls were beautifully decorated with Pink chrysanthemums and Palms while Smilax was festooned about the Walls and ceiling. The guests included or. And mrs. Alvin Hunsicker miss Janette Mcclanahan of new York mrs. Hiram Jeletz or. And mrs. Edwin Boone or. And mrs. Lonnecker or. And mrs. George Vanner Reading or. And mrs. Strong and miss Strong or. And mrs. William Steele or. And mrs. Williams or. And mrs. Scarney or. And mrs. Munhall or and mrs. Tunnell. Or. And mrs. Simpson or. And mrs. Lockyer or. And mrs. Virgil Walter Orand mrs. Amos Wake ii or. Leach or. Marsden or. Davis or. Rivar it or. And mrs. Harrison air. And mrs. Shaw i it. Hensen or. And mrs. Bainer mrs. Alin nig and miss Minnig of Philadelphia. Mme. Duse a engagement the Sale of seats for the Short engagement of Madame Eleonora Duse at the Garrick will begin on next tuesday morning. The season of Madame Duse in Philadelphia will be limited to two weeks and during that period she will give Only nine performances. Her engagement win begin on tuesday evening december 2, instead of monday evening As originally announced. The first play in which she will make her reappearance Here will be Quot la Glo Conda Quot which Gabriel d Annunzio wrote especially for Ber. It will be repeated on wednesday evening. Madame Duse will be seen for the first time in a la Cotta mortal the dead City on Friday evening. It will also be the Bill at the saturday matinee. During her first week at the Garrick theatre Madame Duse will appear Only four Olmos and there will be no performance on monday thursday Ami saturday evenings. A Francesca Dalai Inlo Baa been reserved for the sewn week of the engagement and a he will appear five times in this latest play of do Annunz log a beginning on tuesday evening. December 9. The Sale of seats on tuesday morning will be for the entire series of performances to be Given by Madame Duse. The italian actress Bas discarded her old repertoire this season and will be seen Only in the three plays written for her by Gabriel do Annunzio. Wonderful offer i Send to cent and a set stamp and i jul sen you one of my be Aatif a1 Gold wire expand inv rings. Any in Tai required. Fits any Finger. Also giving my customers one of my celebrated Gold wire Nome Roo ones any name required. Absolutely fkr. Kend today. I. Y. Maxan. Dept. B. A pm Nield Maii. Phoebe Phillips miss Deborah Brock i miss Mabel Taylor miss an nits Struth in miss Esther Joyd miss Virginia b. Miller miss Sophia w. Williamson miss Evans miss Augusta Frost alias Katharine Brinley alias Constance Lippincott miss Frances Roberts miss Anna Paul miss Amelia t. Putnam and miss Caroline Brownie. Miss Theodora Starr Butcher was for Miffy presented to society on thurs i at a Tea Given by her parental or. And mrs. Isuga in the Gree Teet remedy known. It cures poor appetite sour. Bloated Tom act. Pimple. Blotch to. Diz Ploem Catarrh sleepless Nen. Loa of memory. Tired feeling in the morning palpitation of the heart and rheumatism. So Days treatment 25 cents. All druggist. Of Hleb cured it Home by a Termaat Hlll Lylall trem ment no knife plaster or pais. Book Aid Teotimo vials Malm f to Etc. Mass cheer lift w4h4 ss., in v

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