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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XVI No. 38 Saturday, May 13, 1905.
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Ardmore Chronicle - Volume XVI No. 38 Saturday, May 13, 1905.
13 January 2014
Ardmore, Pa. : M.J. Ensign
Historical Society of Montgomery County
Montgomery County (Pa.)
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Ehthmhtt VOLUME XVI. NO. 38 dlyioimlt. ARDMORE, PA.. MAY 13. 1905 l ' V 2 CENTS A COPY“ LOCAL NEWS OF THE WEEK CONDENSED Notes of General Interest Gathered Here and There Around Town. . troi BRIEF PERSONAL MENTION ha riirgl springl lvondcriul thin I waves on the shore oi it chanihsr and i .2. .ta.r.t . Rnylure is nursrd in lzarth is lrrluierscd in ii. - . . - , l Mrs. saruucl heals and Miss " Frances criscoru. oi 1-iavertord, sailed on saiurday lor England, where they will collipete in t e world‘: nstioriul goli toiirucy. Choirlllaster Russe arid the choir boys or St. Mary-s Church attended harouur & hailcy's circus on Tuesday evening. grand ‘ntrrsical trent will be given to the people or Ardriicre on May 23 at the home ofPml'.1ngle, on Ardurore avenue, under the auspices oi elm o. i the Baptist Stlllclay-sclloo. Tire very best trllellt has been engaged for '1 the occasion. A iulierannuurrce- orent will be rrrade ircirt weelr. By iii; will or Mrs. element )3. Newhold. recently probiated at Rohdrt rants, oiwyoucwood. was given ssooo ' , , LTM A lawu fete will be given for the V benelit of the Ardumre Free Library Cake. 3 AT1'l:lI'noll, llm:sTollsl second: lhn Ilnllnil. lllzw noun! sTu'li:lli. Building nl Arlllnoru & lalnnu-ch hrauch. down the old d will be atsricd ' old, In. no lo 'lwIy conrparry, which oi rhs old irrndrrrarir. ing huilding will ‘ll us will he suitah with eeuieiit walks and the huilrling will be heated with hot waur hcaii g and have electric liglitirig. Plims will be courplctcd in a low days .A New church organ. . .c new organ in tho church or the recital lot. on Icy, nrgm . - kl tl candy, ice crearn and iaocy articles will be on sale. . , pretty good game hut t r opponents testival and clipping pariy to “““"‘ “““" ‘-f‘‘'-'. ’’‘3‘‘‘‘‘‘ ’.';;“ t" t ”‘““'“5"- “"3" ‘,“"“‘“- ""'."“ ‘’'““‘l “‘'m’‘"“' 3 “'7 “uh ,, ..,, , rm,“ ,,,;...,V .,,.,c,, ,0 M W Coulter avenue 1 lee! that I have never given by Wek me Star .No "" ‘"‘ "3 "" “" ‘”’. ’“"’ '”‘“"' “‘“'"" "'1" ' " worlr noiiun onltaiecioryluuecunaarodatr irrct ol the Ardrrrore roo rs '“=“=,=“‘F-dc"‘“"‘"‘“=“>“s= my havi- and urirlrr an instructor oi aclrrroulerlg young as. G. Long. Harry Lodge, . ,, W“ M mmbm “M h“ 1 be H 55. Order or Sllepllertls oi Betllle- ml mm’, mm. pm“ M M“ E. “gm”, mm mgginmm 250 sludnrilil. Ypur: truly, cum Mm‘ mrl an H ecu-T liein,w-hich will he held on hl.-lsoiiic u-,,,,mi,,. ,,,,,,,,,g p.,,. ,,.g,, ....i i,.,.. up pr..ii,.i y.,,.,,y, "I ow, Work on the new dirriirg hall at my. The mm‘ SALLIE. M mm" H; “W”: b::n""i')::‘:'m'i'“ nail lawn, Saturday evening, May , non, 1. ill c cl, ' it my. erlord Culletse wadsl-med on Wedn==- ‘ . . . I ,7“, GLADWYNE GLEANINGS ereauir Joseph lirclzcnns iolrrr ziig -,. day, Tire hiiiidirrg will cost shout 345,- ARDMORE. file" 5'" rs]. - in o m a most ever: - g - C D ., M 1. 11- W, d mm “M5 is mdy hm L - rorrsescvcra gralihonhooes and car, ...u ,......i. .. the W ;::..: .,.:. , ...l., . Baptist Church to marrow at lo.45 orion L. nrivis, oi Llniicreh. ‘In! an Gmhhpmk mm A omldly‘ TM new Emmy Wm M Mud ‘O Lyn D Sarningthe zca ext‘. . low, an Cll‘ b ii. in. and 7 4 ul Marni gpp. nttondunt at tlraliletliudist -Irimv i-Ty ': ‘he 0” 1.-,,,,,,dm. Ha“ on we mm‘; D tsmenn itrligllc [;l'l niori topic, s. Prayer Ratimul? ll-3‘ 5""““Yt I." """“""t;I‘ '""" ‘“ 51- PIP“ Tm-M“, em ride at the middle and will accoirr- iv mm m lmdmh mmmom tr Waller Evening scrriioii topic. victorious "“ “" " “' "“"’ “' “ ‘“ The wnlsreznhon 01 5l-1’-l-H14u"=eI- mndate ahoiitaiio itudcnts in the main ll lomzm V. . , errrs,wswre rg srryowniany, y, 1,,” ,p r.,.., .y.- , . . cu. in we was i... ....... ::.:..:::.:,. .:.1:':. gm, r1l=,,w-,,e on as ;. eat 3 ii... r...,r.. .. .,. ii ,... will be special 50": Service. at ‘dlli i.yiidir.l has taltco the Diiron ,,,,., 1,... .oloptod hy the Luihenrn W" ‘"51, “ ”.""" 1"“ ‘:5: b;"t';‘f[; , carrltirrragirrs just a inc down couller which the new h inn books will lar... oi. Youvl vi Ford road tor the auirr- 5 M ,,e,,,- ,y,.,,.,i, ,,.,,.gm “""" .0’ ‘B ""“" ‘ml " avenue some evening this summer arid Liooks are iull i nrtr E (y th - - 1 B] Q. , “W” '" “ W" “‘ ‘"33’ "3' "“ 1 yuu will hear ai classical piece oi music ‘M ' . . " ‘ P"""‘P“ “‘"8“‘ '“ ‘ ““ new huiltlillg‘. lly ncitt ll it is hoped , . . . M at m- t. Chrislioii Endeavor M645. ' ‘e ;‘l‘”‘"‘fB“m HE W" ,m.‘,’,m, ‘En: ‘L"'"‘,:”" ;"s:“;,”:,, "".“"’d"“;"" “‘ porary kitchen completed. The whole fh‘m::”"o:‘:":,“': ‘:u;‘;'r'I‘;‘:r'D";:‘S;m‘z'; “ 1-3” P“‘Y“' ‘""‘i“3 ““ worlriiig on I swiiiging senirald g:;lo:,- Alli.ler':art‘Vm:i‘el’,es'iu Gt , pm! which "nbm" 50.“: Chang“ " I p I05, and hclwecn the strains you can C Wednesday at 3 v mi The lvo.....rr lilirsionary met. on gyms. R -,-.,.,,,, p,.,,,., Wm...’ .,,,. ;h=lniflgr:::i:::'t::'S1E“1“‘;'2:l:‘:; dlstlngilisll ii violin, a panic, s rnando. , rrallzelnellts ‘Ere l“’0EY‘5"I“E ‘Y‘<"'”“WA T1‘: =“‘UW‘ d'W'''9=d ‘"3 la 0. Parsons. The new members are m‘o::;' fmzcd is emf“ Pmmmd or lip. and l i the distance a talking satisiactoril lor the lrllit an 5“‘"= ."'d L3” Jmzoh lvarner, Theoblild Kiri-ah, .iurrrea .m irrachirrc. then the ever present hahy , b b 1‘ June: Sm-th Poll. of Ounshohoekenr Lindsay; rrairlr slnley, hlr. currliiuir 3 ‘ makes s appearance. s wh rrld ller festival to e given y lg . . , , , ---?o-j . i h F. , B .1 Cl h 1 mud the wing lvt 5“'“I"Y to -"W Mill .1. hl.l>rns. , we be so hard on hoy who hlows a 14141950 A = 1”‘ “Pm “"9 0 urrii gcrrrcnta w h the Sunday schools Th, .,,,,,g in. orgnnimg by electing Asprllig Poet: Apolng . - , on the lawn oi the chtircll. will he interested to iruoiv that there will he iaarry things us-cirrl in he , or sale. arr irrig I will take notice that there will he is Iapmlese lea garden, where they 3 ior rcrrtsslirirerit and quiet a on and alter Jiiiiei the Free ’ Lihrary will he open only in the ' h ntterlionil iroili 4 until 7. rule will be observed‘ during the siinlilier niolitlis. ' The Al'dIll0l’E .Ba.s'cbilll Teillll will go to hlnlvsrn this nftenlotlil and play the Malvcrn learn. Tliccautiita "Red Riding Hood" given or. Tuesday evening in Mar Mrs. wllliarii lllccliritoch. Miss Maud ilvannop, car... is will appoint Miss M.‘ rlaiiglrter oi Gardiner L. warncr, .. . ' oi North Artlnlori: District, to to the position eoi-g ' r 2," Go see him .-at T. A. B. hall. Tirirrsday, May 25th, at the same will he there. They appcar in a iarcc arrrl acorrredy oi sion 50 cents. nencht tinre “Dmllzllc Dyed ‘ of three acts one. Adinis for St. Rita's Ililll, Villanova. their sweethearts t lk. Day. we now ham poiioe probuction once ii diiy-shout 7 o'cllw a. in. “Ill.-llo, “Who is than" “Mi.-rinn souure "How is svcrytiiirrgi" "h'oiliirrg doia U -h e" .lolirr tifhull, several weeks ago while returning irorn work win savagely hiri- h-d hy williirrir Epriglltlu gout. uhiv.-ll is ' - i I]! allowed this prtrilcge oi the pulllie it rind is now eonlin rnocta K. no last soturrlsy hy a score oi 15 to Next Snlunllxy the Gun Club shoot the lvissidiiidton chili on former‘: new cost '01‘ qladwy . , on D rrl rcrrsurraiilc rsiri nrtrlrauirr tlrzierrzd. Mm. wilron. ovrnrrsprir-sand Ardnlrln: avta lze li rs - 7 ’wAN'rl-:0. “Si..s........ cAl1m=cv.llPcr) .o.. inririt nurrrealrnctrt. A. happy sniiuastioii striiraa header oi the "llhrolllnle" and lit ove- rrrcnt, and that heiorc nraiiy nronths the need will he supplied. l -rru y yours. r-i, rs. Li.oirn. vlnrk to B0 Pllihodon tho an ‘l'armlru.l heeric 5 ' the Norhertla o ell to bed. w Tho clirntirm rind.-rrvor cornrnitlsc to-Illghb IL the home of Mrs. E. Sm llnliltmn. ‘ S“ The C-lnilwyne Field Club delcillcd the lrooilliirre lliise null chili at lisrlicru-. 4. will the grrnmda on the Miles ilum, no. in ii cs-mic Tnlkll. ar llwk Itvuiile. arrirriorr. lri ST. DENlS' T. A. B. EUCHRE AND DANCE one oi the rarest p 1 its arrringeuitula was the our lloor sploe allotlcd to the dancers. rhc comniitlrsc,iooiring to the corniort oi the guests. rented hoth the hrst and lleora oi the llrgelil c in used lor dulcillg and the was arranged with loihlea and sub! t coinnriitrsr - lliichrrri Ml:Doilough, c G. Preston. Wm. H. Kan . Col-mick, niinicl 1. Kelme, John A. Gail. lnghu, D: uia 1. Koh Th Mccorniicir, chsrlea liurni, Andrew F. E . P Gallagher. Michael con ii iiult lilcaney. John sullivan, Joseph Logue, :< E . Jerry srrliivsn. There were yso guests pressnt,ol which nuniher hlty-two were iorluuutc in win. lziug as many p area. which had hseri olisrcd lor the cuchrc. The lucky one- wen- hiiss liiary Mevey, hlisr Anna Quinn, iss llrsry Meuncy, Miss Mary l)sly, isa Margaret Kirsch. lilisi Rose Kirsch Miss lit. E M M r Annie csirrrin, lit - Miss lit trtehcll,Misa lusrgarctcrcariy. 58 Min Lizzie Mi:ErlIin, Mira ceeiliahic. Garvey, ss Mar izetlly, Min Kate Gallagher, Miss xste Reilly, Miss Nellie Reilly. Miss lid ' Min Mary Linden, Mia lilsry hon Mrs. John Kelly M wni 1?. liclan,.‘Mrs.l>.1t.itorauircc; Meson. .scu u, 1. A. Golden, 1:, 1, Mc- L. c. rarsoiis, prciiilea traasurer, and Ruhlcy tiiry. . P. J. Kugler, virune M cm. A In Aid of the Hospital on Tuesday evening, llhr 3rd, the rcsiilcutn along t a Main Liuu will him an opportunity that is seldom oliorcd to hear u ' u-' be given in liiirr.-ll lrnrlcr the direction ‘ oi Mira ceriruilo wright. The proceeds rc lor the hryn itlirwr Hospital and the rrcrhylsrisn clrur . widely-ltnovrn talent on rvioel tree a d it. is pod that our citircna will not only purchase ticlrcts hut lcnd their presence, as it will an npprocintion ior llir. llorvcy wil- - Mn. Agnes hlr. Wnlblir rn. Earl J. win. Lovctt, ‘lanisl, - sonic oi the nlmva aria pupils or ths rrour vnml tcrri.-licr, wurrcn show. or York and rhiludrlphiu. - Mia. rliumivon-Neely and Mr. ' deriilyer sang in the cuuiridrul, Philadelphia. 5 , . rs lroi Mrs wni. L. oweira, in A. .1. loos, Mr. J. nowsrd was B. ran-nwelu and lips. ‘uh ‘ ‘ ‘ FOR SALE. F"‘r‘....r. hi nu-I t-ntc, wynotrrood. i-ii. LOST. SALE-A hirilius. ilprriy to iiotirrl r. Help the nospilal and church lay at- tending. L. M. it it. s. 'or, to; Ardinore urani- I. 9 Just by one run did tho “sophi" heat Daugherty’: wondel-tul slide. or he cuclirc contest. - The iollowing gentlemen composed the Iirnnn: Albert S” e, w. P onias 3. a .lil' L‘ one ins I11-.le M R. Me M Fear oi cold and snow 0!‘? T0 JAPLII. Ilr. nllll Ill-I. lneiilelll Gi-lsmiii will have lor the Orlenl ‘l‘h.ll Iolllll. “IE l".'li:ll‘lc. vi oi neutral steamship: by rt cruiscra, caused thcm to postpone t elr plans at the hcginnine oi hostilities lor re lovorahlc scason. chair o no ons in thc tar East have led them to decide on the trip ur this summer. 0; The only event ttiat can now change " the plans would he a victory or R0- diiiererrt points in the islands harc been planned a a rlln may also he talrcn to Manila helorc their return. ..?...E; WOMEN GIVE TEA. Ilriiiihar-ii oi llsiavarc county rlrilil lzluh lzntoruln lllriiihsri and rrlsiida. he women mcmhrrs oi the Delaware coon ' id cluh gave a lca at the elrrh house at Mauoa last saturday ai- tcrnoull. Among those prr Mrs. siinonson, Mrs. L. wchsicr, Mrs. D. s‘ clair, Mrs. s , Mrs. D. is. cr ch. it s Lyons, Miss Levis. Miss Liprnon. Miss steel. Miss laclrson, Miss swaiir, Miss Draeger, Miss Harvey, Miss lich- ncr, Miss Harlcy and M s l-lull. tachcd lo the clia ho hegins lo risr oi the sap; There's univcrsiil pity lor the poor, de- sir i it; , 1 Yes. I understand the stigma that at- w scribble verses at the ni l n Iliolls to tile But I sirrrply have to control is son For it's sprints aild 1 (col it cumin’ on! who corrldglrclp it, it): particle oi iriu- sl sill sso . , All the rights and h()I.ll‘Kli ol nature, a hi t‘ one Illsrnmnionsiw ul sing an anlherrr lo the walled tn the sk nd one wouldn't git: a nicircl tor a .. . 5: spirit. till it’: case is on lar gone - it's the spring, the spring, 1 tell you srrd i feel it collIlll' onl All this haay laririscapcls drcariiiir like a h lrali awalrc. Y A waiting till old nroilrcr nature gives arrottrcr gentle slialrc; - lions and courage shine in cvcry win tor-weary lnrrriarr taco. Anti tlrc willow: don s tinge ul gold rat lends a killgly gracc; have vanislwtl irom racli glad srin-lover's hrcasc. And we cast ssi o ai cut sprirrg's holiest.- (Never nrirrd. got it wrritcn. and one; . For I've got to writcpsririrrg pocms when 1 iccl it COllIlll' on.) rye i-loraes Young, Shclety Reporter. Mr. Young, iorarcr-ly connected with , , ,. ., ,4 mm, tho Dower lilcrion Nelvl, is now “mu. .0...“ ‘top; mama: (‘a5slIlI(.(.3i:: the anrirrnrar hoya last lvednciday. e as re lor society news, ‘.3i.‘.r.rg..ir.i’.'$“s5r‘il1.‘c'"‘!.>?.‘;'“g;g;g;-- Cllullltlz‘ .1; The ienlurca oi this game were Winter‘! along the Main Line lor the rim and m;,gm:l mm-E “Mm, “gum curves. houutrsua two-hugger and Ledge riir cr tla rripurvirirru of iv. Hone, hlirirr Linc (-oroI]laIldi:IlL The g promptly at 4 o'clock. and lh 6 t'i spring. I tell you. hrrl ollr worries at in , BERWYN TROUNCED THE HOME TEAM rooicrs were drirappnrrrtcd at the result or the curtain-raiser. they were pleased with the learn which captain sirrythe H led on to the iicid at quarter to tour " tfclock. The strcnllnlls lads ironr "up the mad" arrived at Ardmorc at 3.25 and time was lost in getting on to the line lorni sod game opened without iorrrrality c licrwya ltn over the Ard o runs to “L their credit, but that ended the story i r them. our lriend "S:illie” iollo rns always and hasehall garner trarierr. Fori irday we round that thc Ardinorc was to c only llrcalrls. lor Ber- had all the hanqiict and Ardrrrore ii the crrnirlia, arid rrcrc tlranlriul lor the two llrat were handed to them duh Rive: the story at ivirr : en. cl :l visitors erwyn "When all is said it ii summed up in tlrc lat-l that the home team played his respcct aird gave the he W lriii enough to salisiy cvcu t icam. our A Arcliiiore..o u D 0 2 hcrwvti 'n-lotions hiiv-Litacrihrrg. 2; Albilly, F" Lop itrrrrraey, csriridc. Three-hare h‘ sacriiicc liit- u sey. By ys-Lyons, Sniythe; Lyongv out-By suiytlie. 0n'bH“Is ririsitlc, 2. rasscd -N.Sxl h. wildpilciies- ruyihc, nit hy piielrcd lull-Fred, rsitl, it 2. ciriiuiiiglrarii, Tillie oi game-2 houra. Unipircslitisii Scorer-Hartley. tlliloli rllll: colmlir. W” hats and oynaryd rm Plnhlerl meet .-errciiry, tiilhcrr hrtwcri; sccreiary. arn viirlai arid the lull ruin the lvayrie 'cl< mill is Bala ciis the iicrrrge . an ynwyd The Ilzrounds oi irllme ciicstirut Vania Railroad, eleven miles irom Broad Street tian. y iia unit and second rrst rah Ruckrllan Lee. hou rig, Ru err cvcrr, hatiirig prile, second eleven, how Lcc, Earl pointed captain ul the nrsl rn lor this season. g Camrnunicat we give the iollowing lrorn "a resident‘ C who (units ith the , made night (and sometimes day) hide ' 5: Causes no sorrow nor w 2. Like the trouble theirs brexted ruerrrhcrs proronl. supt. Tho soot, lining in. nirector willinrna w-iinta mil tutirig liorii. l>lm.Alll:LPl:1A linlisz Show a WISSARICKOK HEIGHT! Splclzl lzxcuraloil Tlelloli via Pel:Iu1l- Vlllll lhl.l.l-oad. liilitoritrdrrrore chroaicl- - lh pro 5: rip he liu ' cc ha-v in your lml>=I’- - - - tlirnu h l air cl heill llclrl u on Ihe - The lourietnill annual o en-sir exhi- ‘ - Active Committee Gives 5 ‘ 5 " Victor Perched U on Ban " k“=l"5“EK'5‘"lK“'l‘l"'P“'““9’“‘-“‘““ irrgr soas hy a RI srarr irran-ol-war, 3’ P "3’ hitiorr oiihs Philadlslilhin liorae show lor ll0““'[l<995i“8 Vaoulil hel‘llllf:‘ Many Patrons Delightful ch-rncnt A. criscoin. chairman ol the of Visitors in Opeuiug Association will be held on st. Martin's we-new,-C: in ion rsiw-n 0 Iv . B d ii)" I ol the international - 1- y, H 4 i. 5..i- , he iuhurha Aidrrrorr. with train and EVEnl!]g' at Roseriiont. M:‘::z“‘:“n ;',':ri‘;':Cmmny’ and Mn Callie of Season. ;(,:i:‘.‘i'cia‘iIii:zll‘i:yo:9 Iou.:I‘rI: 3 ‘ I :““:"“fn':‘“ rise in, with several iricods, will leave f - ,;,,,, P E "M "Eh "I “lemme any n be LUCKY PRIZE NVINNERS (or Japan the latter part ol this montll. SCORE ELEVEN T0 T“'0 The Pennsylvania Railroad Company P i sure it would he the , , “Y ”1’“‘ ‘O " 50"“ '“0'"hl- willvst-ll special excursion tickets, in- One olllac naoairlcligiitiulroeial I'ulio- Mr. and Mrs crrseom, whose son, 1,, .p,. ,,,,,..,m or . .m,,,,i ,.,i.;.i. rige pon oi ad ion, lrorn New whom i. m iioosor the reason occurred last 'l'lnul1.- Lloyd c (3 corn, Ii the Airrerrcarr "Md M, M“ 0.0,, W, 1,,“ 5:] .i,, vorlr. rlnladclplria. litlvulcre. Lanes.- “ um . .0. day evening. whenthe ertchrc and prior... Minister to Japan, have planned a trip A,d,,,m bmhzll mm WW4 H“ w,;,,,,,,,,..,,,, W. “M, ppm. r,,.,g,,,,;,,= mu‘ be give; -X-d;r gt:-tuslii-=21: 0: SL glghc k all do-‘(gm “skint: , I in League “on D" Smmhy tlixvillc and principal intermediate lia- rrirh lh: arldsri convenience oi trolley. -Th “';mmmEe ‘m 5:’ "" 9;‘: Sx'!5“."“ if "f ,‘.'h' P‘. ‘ ” ‘. H by tillrillg a vigorous ran at the hands ‘"’"‘ “F '"“ " "“‘”" "" “" ‘ ' H" “E M,” r h ‘ h rg . dc. irpprrrg rus. eac ivc prfsceu to D, "N pmmmwnnm “mm mm’ mu. liill hrauclr). to Wlssalllckon . ‘Y mmhuywlmm lirc a i cnorroug u c - oillrc warhciwccn Russia or. japan In Though M “Na “Howl Ammo" Ilclgh 5g,...,.., . y E serves nluc crcdrt ior ilr irrsnagcrneiit or . . grand to return until June 5, 1905. in. elusive the Fliiladt-ll-Ilia rss show Association are located ilialcly on tile crrmairtowri and Hill Branch oi the Pennsyl- St: A JUNIORS nniiz. Iorlnn Olinht Dlllh Entiirlnlnl Cricket w Tamil and Gina mass. The Meriou cricket ciuh gave a diii- “ ‘d: at llavcriord to ‘ s Al- hi ilinior eleven . e president. presid- Evaiis. Erst V aims. the veteran 5: Edward S. rotary, awarded the priirc hats lor the P "‘ as lollowst halting, llll z First eleven. ilnpmvelnt-lit prlx Cltlburil second el ' uyrrc, was ap- iunlor elev- cd. conlmunicatioll oi miller avert it it IS said, has with its rooting Editor oi “The Cli ri'cl ro i e:" r a resident liviiig in the vicinity oi bugle? is than the lzecllalll we l turned to in the past? 1 thiilk not so. Y it really more obiectionable rave heen accus- coaie hlnw up your orri. . show you lrcep clrceriul ne'er be tiar- lorn P the horn that you hlow o their hlow. h w, hlow. Yours iorevc r. < DE-LIGllTED. Lorrrr lihcrlorr school Board. met lust lverlrrcirlriy evening. nrpson ah- . h - also ilrat ‘every liuirriiri hcing whom CLUB WOMEN ENJOY = ANNUAL LUNCl1EON Members of Wonian’s‘ Club of Montgomery County Enter- tain Many Guests. ' CLUFS TENTH BIRTHDAY One of the most delightful, and from wornan's Cluh, was that ol the annual luilchcon, which was given on VVedn(-l< day at the Mcrion criclrci cluh e 3. covers were laid lor one hundred and twerrty-live nests, and w ca Misn Mathcr, the president or the cluh, hade ‘and guests wclcom there was not a vacant scat. , The large hanuiaetiirg room oi the crielrct cliih was Gllcd with small ta- re lrrh. list tales with spring hlossoros, the lilae hlnoini predominating. e s most irrs'piring.'anil poorer ralaiives oi many cluha. who answered to the "chit. calls" and the hall or hu- oror was kcpt llyirrg hither and thither were g hy the toast mistress. Mrs. sidncy H. o At the cone .io‘n oi -a delicious iur'ieh- at wllicll Mrs. iaiiirigham rtrot altered the hlessins. the Dtesidcnt oi the club, lrlisr Ella J. Maihcr, arose. arid in s rrt-at ittle spccch welcomed the gucstr, and then gave the program into ilie'laanrls oi the roast mistrust.‘ Mrs. eorli h.-rd Paul said: -- r --- "Ladies: william charming says: ‘It is a sign oi iiriarrcy when only a lcw heiugs interest us.‘ it ii hav and year h year we rcac out o grasp hy the hand our sister e us to d lor thought and g impulse oi uselulnesi same wr to d approach should he the hotter lor us,‘ and so we meet to- a on rriutual ground. we saiisly, or have tried to saiisly, the physical lazing; our guests re urn the iavor hy a mental treat. I rirerctorc take the liherty oi calling on some eluh representatives." H Mn. Nichols, oi wsyae, war the iirst to answer to Ille cluh call, and in turn nrirodricod n ieliow-rheirrher, who save a humorous recitation in German dia- icct. - From the Media Club Mrs. krau. oi oi hit-dia, who gave some spicy relin- irrisecnces oi lravcl. . v . T Twcrrticrh Century clnh oi Lsrisdowirc and the New Century cluh ol wcst chestcr were atily rcirrcscntcd by their presidents, who each eontrihut- ed a bright hoir-iuot. , . Ever s iavorite with 'club-‘ women, Mri. lzlarrltenhurg, oi the New Cerltur [7 ol P ' ' ooiue hu- rrorous personal experiences, and was tollowcd by Miss Lucy E. Anthony, oi Mt. Airy. . ’ lrs. H. L Roberts. oi llIQrl!0IIIe club. coirtrihuicd a hright little sketch oi her travels in the "lar West." ‘ ' Mrs. John S Arndt, iii llaveilord. took ior her subject “The Cluh Wont- all," wliit-h she iandled iii an able way and cilllsed lllltcli lllerriiri ti t more serious slra ideas. and Mrs. Annie lllcxean white. lollowed with a stirring address "on “The Laird oi too Much Marriage." one oi the most plcsairig icatures were the solos contrihuitd hy Miss llazel spcirr, whu ilioiigh hut s lassic auliii-isr oi Ticiisurnr rid iced; tliia nierirrr arlding to The so or‘: rriilirry will ppm... y,,, m, Ya”. be lived tutor. Fniir appliortiona will be Th: Um“ Fin Comm ah zrlritilillt-retlc ior t-Sllgicrllllellllent -oli and cynrvyd, has clcclcd the ioiiowing ‘m:"” M“ “.2” '';;d“‘‘'‘‘ "”""‘0‘m' drriccrr lor the ensuing ycar: Presi- ‘ ‘. “ "‘. "' ”' dclllr Algernon 8. Robert irrst vic "“‘ '“‘""“"“‘ ‘”' "‘ . ““ ”" "W" prrsirlcrrl, D. Forrest Ball ac "“ ' """2',‘,"'“.fr: '““ "““”""“f,':“’ vice presihlclll, rrarilr crahani Tliom- W, I" ;, ”, “(m,,.'-00“"‘-,'" 0" 50"‘ third vrc pr sirloin, Joscpli Do- D M ii ' D“ “ '.' "M" lair; trcirsiirer, lialph Airsiin- rnrancial my‘ T“ mM"' C""'"''“' ”‘’"r'' alrorred $1.000 oi I90-It tax oiiatuiirlirrg. . e, owing . lloarri nl Dirccirrrs: '1'. Williams Rrih- ‘ crts, E. G. ltcy xlllalr Jr rrra i Senior Ruident may-lcian. D. lilo rl . - ’ son or crirdci. Nore. rrrr W 4 June. last . Ch r Tlrc colllpa y lso clcri. ed the lnilriwiirg capiriiirs . llalrii, ' ' r’ 'l'lrruriascliail- : and 0 still ill her tcensr Rive two vocal selec- . I . or he was accrinrpsrrrcd n the piano hy irss vrvian lrrglc. Th irilcd a in dcli hiiirl alter- noon. which was greatly cuioyrcl hy the rut-illllers and their gucs nd arked a brilliant ending oi the eliih y or. Among the grrciti present were Mrs. inrorc; Mra. llannurrr, Jcllr 3. Swarll West‘ Chester; Mrs. Clark J. wood, . is. Fnislc, west Cllvs-I . hoswell, s. Arulrcvr Macdollillll, Mrs. Mrs.. Ross, J. slarlc Mrs. it ,Mr. . lhlccd, it rs. H. Mytiillzer, Mrs. Lllkcnsr lr ' r Pllcicllixvillc; M r; M veland. Mrs. H Mrs. ll. ll. Yam irs i s. clras. g.ruarrl. s hcrr. ii . llarhcr, sr sarah Lilzcllllcrg. - rr. May I3-Ardmore. at Mailvern; W. PhIl&., at Berwyn. . n aclvcl Lulllcrcil. K’zlisrt‘)’lll'.‘I,‘iIi:c chicl. waiiwcmi "ll "‘,[',‘,‘-,,‘;‘- '-i“‘.3‘“5'lf) ed last year tor a it-rm ol three years. it rss Suttnit Miss ty(rnol‘(l3hliss- siii ,7, . . er, Mrs. ii.’ A. Ar....l.i,'iir.., - 2 l,Mrs. wait, Mrs. Hadley, Miss STANDING OF MAIN LINE LEAGUE CLUBS 1- 1- “‘50"- 5 .Kw"m=-l- Mrs- ...:..... T. lcgg. Mrs. ll 1.ru.... in, Do,.,,,. 0 hour) Ardmore o l .000 p,,5,5,,..,“'M‘;‘; R,[;‘;-w""”,fg:""“"- 0 L000 Malvern p,'c,,c,,,.,y,y,,,& 5 "3 g j----- on. -F.. b ,M.E.. SCHEDULE Nclsrillishlrs. Mcirrig "iiis, rliiatlaclit Misshiorr M . rs. Calvert, Mrs. B 1 trite, Mrs. Reed. W’ -