riisp & Souvenir Programme thorefeval BellevucStratford B€C.2-I9I0 Benefit of l5choolofIi?duslrialArl of the PcnnsylvanjaMuscum •ice 25 centf Tout at the School of Industrie Art. DYEING Waists Rain-coats Gowns Gloves Ties Sweaters Real Laces Ostrich Feathers Curtains Draperies Portieres Por ht»i r< LEWANDOS lt>33 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia HIV «b7» CLEANSING $enn£plbama iHu^eum anb g>cf)ooI of 3nbu£trtal girt iHE INSTITUTION in the interest of which this enter- tainment is given is an outgrowth of the great Centennial Exhibition of 1876. From the smallest beginning it has grown to be a power, and has strong claims upon the support of the community. In a great manufacturing center like Philadelphia, at a period when art plays so strong a part in the development of the industries, the importance of such an institution requires no emphasizing. Its Textile School is the best in the country — for practical commercial purposes ahead of any similar institution in the world. Its Art Department annually furnishes skilled craftsmen and women, fully prepared to carry on their work in their chosen trades, and the Museum is constantly adding to its collection of original objects to serve as models to students and to inspire them with suggestions from the best decorative art that the world has produced. The School with all its splendid advantages, and an attendance of nearly 1100 pupils, has no Endowment Fund, and is dependent on individual subscription and appropriations from the City and the State. There are many needs connected with its development that tax these resources beyond their limit, while the growth of the Museum depends entirely upon the intelligent generosity of its friends. That urgent necessary funds might be provided, it was decided to give THE AUTHORS' FESTIVAL THREE SILVER PRIZES for Competition Votes at 10 cents each will be collected by the Aids The majority of votes for any group or costume will govern the managers in awarding the Prizes Prizes awarded at 11.30 o'clock 1. A Vase for the best Group 2. A Plate for the best Woman's Costume 3. A Cup for the best Man's Costume Both Phones Storing and Repairing Racquet Club Garage Cars to Hire 1602-1606 Chancellor Street GURNEY SMITH, Manager ST. LOUIS. MO. BALTIMORE. MD- F. WEBER £? CO. 1125 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. For Christmas Gifts We have especially put up a complete assort- ment of Outfits, ranging in price from $1.00 to $15.00 and comprising Outfits for Oil-, Water-Color and China Painting, Pyrography, Modeling, Stenciling, Brass Piercing, Mechanical and Free-Hand Drawing Artists' Materials, Draughtsmen's and Engineers' Supplies Catalogue vol. 325 of Artists' Materials sent on request Castle Rock Spring Water THE SPRING rises at an altitude of rive hundred feet, ten miles west of Philadelphia, in Dela- ware County, Penna., and owing to its elevation, sewage contamination is im- possible. Its waters flow from the hillside under glass and it has not run dry in the memory of man. The highwayman, Sandy Flash, so graphically described by Bayard Taylor, hid his spoils in the caves of Castle Rock. The Fox Hunters of Delaware County all know Castle Rock. EXTRACT FROM REPORT ON CASTLE ROCK SPRING WATER By the Philadelphia Clinic al Laboratory: "From a bacteriologic al standpoint this water is in excellent condition for drinking purposes. "Bacilli coli communis NOT found." The water is being served in quarts or pints, plain, sparkling, vichy or lithia, at the Union League, Philadelphia, Art, Rittenhouse, Downtown, Racquet, Manufacturers and other clubs and is unrivaled for family use. JONES WISTER, Agent 672 Bullitt Building, Philadelphia MANAGERS OF THE BALL OF AUTHORS' FESTIVAL MR. EDWARD T. STOTESBURY MR. EDWARD LOWBER WELSH MR. CHARLTON YARNALL MR. HARRY S. GROVE MR. EDGAR T. SCOTT MR. SYDNEY E. HUTCHINSON MR. EDWARD BROWNING MR. J. K. MITCHELL, 3d MR. THOMAS DE WITT CUYLER MR. CHARLES EDWARD INGERSOLL HON. CHARLEMAGNE TOWER SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF THE AUTHORS' FESTIVAL MRS. FREDERICK THURSTON MASON MRS. CHARLEMAGNE TOWER MRS. J. BERTRAM LIPPINCOTT MRS. W. HINCKLE SMITH MRS. WILLIAM A. DICK MRS. RICHARD McCALL ELLIOT MRS. ALEXANDER W. BIDDLE MRS. ROBERT K. CASSATT MRS. CHARLES STEWART WURTS MRS. THEODORE W. REATH MRS. J. WILLIS MARTIN MRS. EDGAR T. SCOTT MRS. CORNELIUS STEVENSON, Secretary MRS. C. SHILLARD SMITH, Treasurer MRS. JONES WTSTER, Chairman BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL ART AND PENNSYLVANIA MUSEUM THEODORE C. SEARCH, President JOHN STORY JENKS, Vice President LESLIE W. MILLER, Principal of School ISAAC H. CLOTHIER, Vice President JAMES L. ALLAN, Assistant Treasurer JAMES BUTTERWORTH, Treasurer FRANKLIN SPENCER EDMONDS, Counsel EDWIN ATLEE BARBER, Director of Museum HON. EDWIN S. STUART, Governor of State HON. JOHN E. REYBURN, Mayor of City James H. Gay Harrington Fitzgerald John G. Carruth Thomas Skelton Harrison John H. McFadden John T. Morris Alfred C. Lambdin John W. Pepper Edgar V. Seeler William Wood Charles Bond Charles E. Dana Thomas Dolan Jones Wister HOWARD FREMONT STRATTON, Director of Art Department E- W. FRANCE, Director of Textile Department ASSOCIATE COMMITTEE OF WOMEN TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MRS. JOHN HARRISON, President MRS. EDWARD H. OGDEN, Vice President MRS. C. SHILLARD SMITH. Secretary MRS. JOSEPH F. SINNOTT, Treasurer Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Mrs. Edwin Swift Balch Anna Blanchard Rudolph Blankenburg John H. Brinton William T. Carter Margaret Clyde Margaret Corlies Ada M. Crozer David English Dallam Rodman B. Ellison Countess Santa Eulalia Miss Fanny S. Magee Miss Cornelia I. Ewing Mrs. James Mifflin Mrs. W. D. Frishmuth Mrs. Francis F. Milne Mrs. W. W. Gibbs Miss Elizabeth C. Roberts Mrs. M. Hampton Todd Mrs. Thomas Roberts Mrs. C. Leland Harrison Mrs. Cornelius Stevenson Mrs. F. K. Hippie Mrs. John Wister Mrs. J. L. Ketterlinus Mrs. Jones Wister Miss Nina Lea Miss H. A. Zell Mrs. John H. McFadden ©rtsmalttp in Jfur fHobeg Each garment and fur piece is designed to accentuate the wearer's individuality. Wenger models are not copies, though the elaborate showing of made-up pieces at this shop is of pleasing assistance in selection. Wenger furs are always worth more than they cost, but prices here are less than what other furriers would consider exceptional value. OTenger: IMPORTING FURRIER 1229 OTalmtt Street James Spear Stove and Heating Co. 1014-1016 Market Street Manufacture and Install Spear's New Cooking Range Spear's New Warm Air Distributor Spear's Laundry Stoves Have our estimate on Heating and Range Work before deciding Good Printing- Established 1884 Incorporated 1904 We are prepared for almost anything in the printing line. If you have never had deal- ings with us, we can assure you of a welcome, and an earnest endeavor to satisfy you At the Sign of the Ivy Leaf 418 420 422 Sansom Street ORDER OF MARCH Group— ALSATIAN AIDS Mrs. Arthur Brockie Mrs. Edwin N. Benson, Jr. Miss Frances Mears Miss Beatrice Fox Miss Elizabeth Myers Miss Helen Service Miss Phoebe Thompson Miss Allen N. Graham Miss Anna Barroll Miss Frances Alison Miss Carrie English Miss Katharine Smith Miss Helen Philler Miss Josephine Foster Miss Margaret M. Renshaw Miss Mary Wain Graham Miss Dorothy Disston Miss Margaret Wright Group— AIDS IN VARIED COSTUMES Mrs. Winthrop Neilson Mrs. John Strawbridge Mrs. William A. M. Fuller, Jr. Miss Margaret Yarnall Miss Dabney Halsey Miss Eleanor Carpenter Miss Judith Logan Miss Katharine Chambers Miss Bertha Clark Miss Marion Dale Miss Cintra Hutchinson Miss Emily Hopkinson Miss Josephine Cooke Miss Emily Hilger Miss Katharine C. Newbold Miss Louise Levick Miss Agnes Spencer Miss Agnes Musser Miss Dorothy N. Stewart Miss Marian Bartol Miss Carol Benson Miss Eleanor Bartol Miss Nathalie Mann Miss Marguerite Phillips Miss Jean Bullitt Miss Dorothy Wood Miss Marie Bullitt Miss Georgina Biddle Miss Lena Duhring Miss Sophy Borie Norris Miss Reba Duhring Miss Marianna Lippincott Miss Adele Elliot Miss Edith Forsythe Miss Nancy Hollingsworth Group— STUDENTS FROM UNIVERSITY OF PADUA Group— MUSES Mrs. Charles Shillard Smith Miss Fanny M. Wain Terpsichore Miss Dorothy Horstmann Clio Miss Dorothy Wilbur Calliope Miss Mildred Pearce Thalia Miss Ellen Frazier Euterpe Miss C. Beatrice Fox Erato Miss Helen L. Boyd Eurania Miss Helen L. Coates Polyhymnia Miss Gertrude H. Henry Melpomene ORDER OF MARCH— Continued Group— DANTE, FLORENTINE GROUP Mr. Howard Fremont Stratton Frederick Andrew Anderson William Alexander Bond Maurice Lincoln Bower Harry Karsner Carrell Pietro Ciavarra Ralph Pallen Coleman Guglielmo Guglielmotti Luigi Mahaffi Earl Burns Milliette Giovanni Pennino Henry Stapt William Heyl Thompson Albert Welsh Walton Carl Valentine Welker Stanley Lawrence Zbytniewski Group— CERVANTES Mrs. Wm. Yorke Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Christian A. Hagan Mr. and Mrs. Grahame Wood Mr. and Mrs. Chattin Wetherill Miss Patterson, Mr. Spear Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Yorke Stevenson Miss Sarah Welsh Miss Eugenia Law Miss Dazie Wright Miss Marian Martin Group— NURSERY RHYMES Mrs. Eli Kirk Price Mr. Hare Davis Mr. Leonard Beale Mr. Arthur Meigs Mr. Walter Stokes Group— HANS BRINKER (Dutch) Mrs. Joseph M. Gazzam Miss Rebecca Hunt Miss Anna Denniston Mr. Martin Hunt Mr. Ernest Tissot Group— FENIMORE COOPER Miss Ehret Miss Lila Fisher Miss Helen Ehret Miss Emily Ehret Mrs. S. P. Wetherill, Jr. Mr. Nathaniel Ewing Mr. Harry Yarrow Mr. McCoy Dr. Warren Walker Mr. S. P. Wetherill, Jr. ORDER OF MARCH— Continued Group— THACKERAY Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Wright Baird Mr. and Mrs. James Starr Lieutenant and Mrs. Arthur Keating Miss Letitia Wright, Mr. Langhorne Wister Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts Miss Margaret Wright Miss Margaret Dunlap Miss Harriet Biddle Miss Myra Elliot Mrs. Frank R. Welsh Mrs. H. Eric Taylor Group— MOTHER GOOSE Mrs. Jasper Brinton Mr. Sergeant Mr. Heckscher Wetherill Mr. Daniel Hutchinson Mr. Case Mr. William Cohlen Mr. Archibald Wells Mr. H. Eric Taylor Group— WASHINGTON IRVING (Colonial) Miss Adelaide Megargee Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Evans Willets Miss Edith Megargee, Mr. Howard Fulwiler Miss Adelaide Megargee, Mr. Albert M. Orme Group— ALICE IN WONDERLAND Miss Ruth Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. William Rolin Mrs. Sidney Crawford Miss Hope Peters Miss Sophy Rivinus Miss Ruth Sullivan Miss Margaret Rulon-Miller Mrs. Tyler Mr. John T. Sullivan Mr. Winthrop Neilson Mr. Sidney Crawford Mr. A. Emons Mr. Ashby Henry Mr. Dwight Merrick Mr. Hiram T. Sullivan Group— HUNGARIAN (Kemeny) Miss Genevieve Gibbs Miss Gertrude Wetherill Miss Lily Keim Miss Helen Tiers Miss Rebecca Tiers Miss Mary Tiers Mr. George De Benneville Keim Mr. Rittenhouse Mr. Abbot McClure Mr. Townsend W. Lycett Mr. Percival C. Smith Mr. Robert Chichlot DANCE PROGRAM THE BALL WILL BE OPENED AT NINE O'CLOCK by a GRAND MARCH of those in Costume 1. Grand March — Coronation March, Le Prophete Meyerbeer 2. Treust Euch des Lebens ■ .... Strauss 3. Perles of Baden BB. 4. Wine, Woman and Song Strauss 5. Mabel Godfrey 6. Vibration Strauss 7 . Red Roses Lehar 8. Blue Danube Strauss 9. High Life Strauss 10. Je L'Aime i Waldteufel 11. Fireflies Strauss 12. Dollar Princess ' Tall INTERMISSION DANCE PROGRAM — Continued 13. Morgenblastter Strauss 14. Luxemburg Lehar 15. Hochzeits Klange Strauss 16. Artist's Life Strauss 17. Miss Gibbs Monckton 18. Wiener Blut Strauss 19. American Heiress Rosey 20. Summer Evening Waldteufel 21. Du & Du Strauss 22. Violettes • ■ BB. 23. 1001 Nights Strauss 24. Vienna Beauties Ziehrer Schreiber & Company Ladies' Tailors and Habit Makers 1 529 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PALATABLE isi NUVIDA (New Life) ill*'"' I IWIMlJ j'umii.iimill llllililllllfn I ', WATER Ask Your Dealer HEALTHFUL JOHN J. SHORT JOSEPH A. SHORT West End Stables and Riding Academy Most Modern Riding Academy in the City with every convenience Passenger Elevators, Shower and Tub Baths, Etc. We also maintain the highest class Livery Service in Philadelphia Twenty-first Street above Chestnut Frank P. Mellon, Inc. GRAIN HAY AND STRAW 34 and 36 SOUTH SEVENTEENTH STREET HENRY A. ROWAN, Jr. Engineer and Machinist Jill Maizes of Cars Repaired 2028-2030 Sansom Street PATRONS Authors' Festival Mr. Clarence Moore Mr. Edward deV. Morrell Mr. Robert W. Lesley Rev. D. M. Steele Mr. Stuart Wyeth Mr. -J. Rodman Paul Mr. Joseph Wright Dr. Robert Le Conte Mr. Charles d'Invilliers Mr. John N. Carr Mr. Henry G. Bryant Mr. Edward J. Bell Mr. E. Spencer Blight Mr. R. Winder Johnson Mr. E. Burgess Warren Mr. Edward S. Miles Mr. Theodore N. Ely Hon. John McPherson Mr. Henry Belknap Mr. Howard Wood Mr. David Goodbread Mr. Joseph Goodbread Mr. J. Atkinson Ellegood Mr. Irving N. Chase Mr. E. Spencer Miller A. L. Diament & Co. Mr. R. Maurice Shanklin Mr. Franklin S. Edmonds Caldwell & Co. Mr. James Butterwortl: Mr. William Wood Mr. Miers Busch Mr. Horace A. Doan Mr. John Wagner Mr. James T. Graff Mr. Joseph A. Hudson Mr. Westcott Bailey Bailey, Banks & Biddle G. H. Buchanan & Co. John L. Gaumev & Co. PATRONESSES A Mi s. Finley Acker Mrs. Alfred R. Allen Mrs. Richard S. Austin Mrs. Melville Stuart Atwood Mrs. William H. Andrews Mrs. John K. Andre Mrs. Charles Y. Audenried Mrs. Francis J. Alison Mrs. George M. Abbott Mrs. William Woodward Arnett B Mrs. Hunter Brooke Mrs. George Bartol Mrs. J. Montgomery Baldy Mrs. Edwin N. Benson, Jr. Mrs. A. Charles Barclay Miss Elise Balch Mrs. Samuel T. Bodine Mrs. J. Sellers Bancroft Mrs. Edwin H. Butler Mrs. Matthew Baird Mrs. Edward Browning Mrs. Andrew A. Blair Mrs. Samuel B. Brown Mrs. John A. Brown, Jr. Mrs. T. Hewson Bradford Mrs. T. Ridgway Barker Mrs. Samuel Bancroft, Jr. Mrs. A. J. Drexel Biddle Mrs. H. H. Battles Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. H. A. Berwind Arthur Brockie A. M. Burke William J. Baird Walter H. Bryant Frederick L. Baily William L. Barclay George Bower Daniel Bray Logan Bullitt Constance Beale John W. Buckman Samuel A. Boyle Jos. H. Burroughs James A. Bonsack Edwin Swift Balch George Boker Joseph P. Brinton Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. John W. Coles Brinton Coxe James S. Cox Strieker Coles George M. Chichester John G. Carruth Henry S. Cattell George N. Cliff Percy H. Clark Andrew J. Cohen Isaac H. Clothier William W. Curtin Mrs. Harrison K. Caner Mrs. C. Howard Clark Mrs. Caleb Cresson Mrs. Hugh Wilson Catherwood Mrs. Benjamin F. Clyde Mrs. G. Assheton Carson Mrs. Hampton L. Carson Mrs. Thomas de Witt Cuyler Mrs. Eckley B. Coxe Mrs. Tristram Colket Miss Mary W. Colket Mrs. Samuel A. Crozer Mrs. John W. Converse Mrs. Richard Cadwalader, Jr. Miss Cresswell Mrs. John T. Carpenter Mrs. George J. Cooke Mrs. Frank Campion Mrs. Robert K. Cassatt Miss Carson Mrs. Francis Patterson Corning Mrs. James B. Coryell Mrs. Stevenson M. Crothers Mrs. George W. Carpenter Mrs. William B. Churchman Mrs. Joseph U. Crawford Mrs. Francis Taylor Chambers Mrs. Samuel Cooper Mrs. Oswald Chew Miss Alice Cushman Miss Ida Cushman Mrs. Thomas Chamberlin Mrs. Charles West Churchman PATRONESSES— Continued D Mrs. George D. Dixon • Mrs. Charles E. Dana Mrs. Eugene du Pont Mrs. Samuel Dickson Mrs. Joseph Drexel Mrb. Clarence W. Dolan Mrs. Isaac R. Davis Mrs. Thomas H. Dougherty Mrs. John R. Drexel Miss Dobbins Mrs. Richard C. Dale Mrs. Morris Dallett Mrs. Edward d'Invilliers Mrs. Camille d'Invilliers Mrs. John B. Deaver Mrs. Herman A. Denckla Mrs. Frederick C. Durant Mrs. W. Harrison Eisenbrey Mrs. R. Howard Eisenbrey Mrs. Walter L. Eustis Mrs. Henry H. Ellison Mrs. Thomas W. Eastwick Mrs. Allen Evans Mrs. Lawrence M. Ewell Mrs. Thomas Langdon Elwyn Mrs. John G. Eustis Mrs. George B. Evans Mrs. William W. Farr Mrs. Caleb F. Fox Mrs. Edwin H. Fitler Mrs. Harry B. French Mrs. S. Alfred Ford Mrs. William W. Frazier Mrs. Walter J. Freeman Mrs. Webster Fox Miss Faries Mrs. Howard B. French Mrs. W. A. M. Fuller Mrs. Win. Meade Fletcher Mrs. Walter L. Foulke Mrs. George Fox Mrs. William A. M. Fuller, Jr Mrs. H. Howard Furness Mrs. C. Tillinghast Freedley Mrs. Joseph M. Fox Mrs. Theodore Frothingham Mrs. Frederick Fraley Mrs. Howard Gardiner Miss Mary K. Gibson Mrs. Rodman E. Griscom Mrs. Arthur H. Gerhard Mrs. Henry S. Grove Mrs. Walter H. Grove Mrs. J. Howard Gibson Mrs. Joseph N. Gazzam Mrs. Francis I. Gowen Mrs. Lincoln Godfrey Mrs. Henry Gilpin Mrs. Arthington Gilpin Mrs. George Gould H Mrs. Thomas B. Hammer Miss Hutchinson Mrs. Frederick Helmsley Mrs. Walter Horstmann Miss Emily Hallowell Mrs. Edward Hacker Mrs. Johns Hopkins Mrs. Richard H. Harte Mrs. William H. Horstmann Mrs. Samuel Y. Heebner Mrs. Henry F. Harris Mrs. Thomas S. Harrison Mrs. A. G. Hetherington Mrs. William P. Henszey Mrs. Theo. Mitchell Hastings Mrs. Nathaniel Hathaway Mrs. Samuel B. Huey Mrs. Herman V. Hilprecht Mrs. Anabel H. Howell Mrs. C. Stanley Hurlburt Mrs. Charles R. Hall Mrs. Henry R. Hatfield Mrs. Herbert M. Howe Mrs. Charles W. Henry Mrs. John Harrison Mrs. James M. E. Hildreth Mrs. Joshua Howell Mrs. R. Emott Hare Mrs. Warner R. Howell Mrs. Joseph Hopkinson Mrs. James Halsey Mrs. Harry C. Hart Mrs. Barton C. Hirst Mrs. John P. Holt Miss Elise L. Hopkins Mrs. Sydney E. Hutchinson I Mrs. Charles Edward Ingersoll Mrs. John Story Jenks Mrs. Lawrence Johnson Mrs. Le Barre Jayne Mrs. William W. Justice Mrs. Morris Jastrow Mrs. Russell H. Johnson K Mrs. George L. Knowles Mrs. Charles Keith Mrs. Sidney W. Keith Mrs. Thomas S. Kirkbride Mrs. John King Mrs. Albert B. Kelly Mrs. Barton L. Keen Mrs. Albert E. Kennedv Dr. Bertha Lewis Miss Sarah Lowell Mrs. J. Tatnall Lea Mrs. Joseph Lovering Mrs. Walter Lippincott Mrs. John T. Lewis Mrs. Horace G. Lippincott Mrs. John L. Le Conte Mrs. James Large Mrs. Francis A. Lewis Mrs. George H. Lea Mrs. Craige Lippincott Mrs. Malcolm Lloyd Mrs. Frank La Lanne Miss Mary W. Lippincott Mrs. Charles H. Ludingtoii Mrs. Arthur Lea Mrs. Ernest Law Mrs. Corbit Lovering Mrs. Rowland Lippincott Mrs. Lewis J. Levick Miss Maria Logan Mrs. Herman A. Lewis Mrs. John W. Logan Mrs. George W. Lincoln Mrs. William Montague Lycelt Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. M Charles N. Machen John Markoe Fisher Corlies Morgan S. Weir Mitchell Edward Mellor George H. McFadden J. Dennie Meredith Effingham Morris James McCrea Edward Meigs Byron P. Moulton Samuel Merrick- Thomas McKean PATRONESSES— Continued Mrs. Leslie W. Miller Mrs. Mrs. J. S. Muckle Mrs. Mrs. R. Wilson McCredy Mrs. Mrs. George McCall Mrs. Mrs. George McFadden Mrs. Miss Lydia Morris Mrs. Mrs. Henry Pratt McKean Mrs. Mrs. George McClellan Mrs. Mrs. William McLean Mrs. Mrs. Marshall Morgan Mrs. Mrs. Richard Wain Meirs Mrs. Mrs. Macfarlane Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Meigs Mrs. Mrs. Caspar Morris Mrs. Mrs. A. W. Miller Mrs. Mrs. George B. McCulloh Mrs. Mrs. Edward G. McCollin Mrs. A. Robinson Mcllvaine Mrs. J. Stevenson Mitchell Mrs. Mrs. C. K. Mills Mrs. Mrs. H. McCormick Mrs. Mrs. L. R. MacNaul Miss Mrs. George D. McCreary Mrs. Mrs. Henry I. Maris Mrs. Mrs. John K. Mitchell, 3d Mrs. Mrs. N Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Charles D. Norton Mrs. Mrs. Alfred E. Norris Mrs. Mrs. Arthur E. Newbold Mrs. Mrs. Lewis Neilson Mrs. Mrs. Winthrop Neilson Mrs. Mrs. William Nicholson Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Edward H. Ogden Mrs. Mrs. James Oakford Mrs. Mrs. Reece M. Oberteuffer Mrs. Mrs. Robert M. O'Reilly Mrs. Albert Pancoast George D. Parrish D. Pearson Pearce Howard Wurts Page David Pepper Henry Pemberton, Jr. Charles Piatt, Jr. John H. Packard Eli Kirk Price William R. Philler James Potter Joseph F. Page, Jr. Louis R. Page Francis R. Packard Beverley R. Potter » Samuel W. Pennypacker R Evan Randolph, Jr. G. Brinton Roberts Mary G. Reist Rosengarten John E. Reyburn P. F. Rothermel Frank H. Rosengarten Harry B. Rosengarten Horace E. Richards J. Stanley Reeves J. Howard Rhoads Fairman Rogers John B. Roberts George B. Roberts Thomas Roberts Mary Rosengarten Albert H. Rosengarten Louise Rodney B. Alexander Randall Adolph Rosengarten J. Howard Rhoads Theodore W. Reath Samuel Bartram Richards Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Alfred Stengel Beauford Samuel J. Fraley Smith Joseph F. Sinnott Philip L. Spalding Edgar V. Seeler J. Walter Steel Anna P. Stevenson N. Parker Shortridge William Simpson, Jr. William J. Sewell, Jr. Louise I. Smith Matthew Semple Frank Sherman Edward Starr James Starr John Sims Joseph Sailer J. Emlen Smith James F. Sullivan Alfred G. B. Steel S. Francis Shaw Lewis A. Scott John C. Stevens Henry M. Steel Charles Sinnickson M. D. Stroud Charles H. Scott William S. Savage Edward S. Sayres Walter B. Saunders Mrs. Samuel Thompson Mrs. Nathan Trotter Mrs. Alfred Tucker Mrs. James Beaton Thompson Mrs. Paul Thompson Mrs. Sydney Thayer Mrs. Archibald G. Thompson Mrs. Charles T. Thompson Mrs. Elliston Paret Mrs. G. Colesbury Purves Mrs. Richard G. Parke Miss Mary W. Paul Mrs. William Piatt Pepper Mrs. Richard Peters Mrs. C. Stuart Patterson Mrs. John W. Pearce Mrs. Frederick A. Packard Mrs. Calvin Pardee Mrs. John H. Parsons Mrs. Theo. Cuyler Patterson Mrs. Charles A. Potter Mrs. Charles Scott, Jr. Mrs. C. Morton Smith Mrs. John Struthers Mrs. Charles C. Savage Mrs. Thomas McT. Stewart Mrs. John Strawbridge Mrs. William J. Strawbridge Mrs. George Strawbridge Mrs. Edward Shakespeare Mrs. John Sinnott Mrs. Percy Simpson Mrs. Mackay-Smith Mrs. Walter M. Sharpies Mrs. John R. Valentine Miss Gertrude Van Pelt Mrs. Theodore Voorhees Mrs. John K. Van Rensselaer W Mrs. W. Rodman Wharton Mrs. William Rotch Wister Mrs. Charles Stewart Wurts Mrs. Talcott Williams Mrs. Joseph W. Wagner Mrs. Rodman Wister PATRONESSES— Continued Mrs. Samuel Price Wetherill Mrs. Thomas Earl White Mrs. Andrew Wheeler Mrs. William B. Whelen Mrs. Franklin McCrea Wirgman Mrs. J. William White Mrs. John L. Wentz Mrs. Samuel Stockton White Mrs. William J. Willcox Mrs. William Welsh . Mrs. Frank H. Wigton Mrs. David E. Williams Mrs. Lightner Witmer Mrs. Joseph S. L. Wharton Mrs. Henry W. Wilson Mrs. Edward Lowber Welsh Mrs. John W. Williams Mrs. Joseph Wharton Mrs. L. Caspar Wister Mrs. W. Beaumont Whitney Mrs. Taylor Wharton Mrs. Rollin Henry Wilbur Mrs. Dilhvyn Wistar Mrs. David Wallerstein Mrs. Irving Warner Mrs. John Price Wetherill Mrs. Graham Wood Mrs. Daniel B. Wentz Mrs. Samuel Price Wetherill Mrs. Horace F. Weeks Mrs. J. MacMurdie Warner Mrs. George Woodward Mrs. William White, Jr. Mrs. Parker I. Williams Mrs. James D. Winsor Mrs. Thomas Dewees Wood Mrs. Richard P. White Mrs. S. B. S. Wyeth Mrs. Charlotte M. Wain Mrs. Louis C. Washburn Mrs. B. Wilmsen Mrs. Henry Price Wright Mrs. Harrison B. Wright Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Harold Yarnall G. A. R. Yarrow Charlton Yarnall P. Feudall Young Mrs. Richard Zeckwer Miss Camille Zeckwer Mrs. Clarence Zantzinger 3J/Tv£ S/i\\fc S/Tv& 3J/i\* S/Tv& iV'iVt S/JVp »/Tv>£ Swiyfi: S/iye afc/ivfe %->'^$ Subscribe to the bulletin of tlje iPmnsptoama Jflugeum Published Quarterly by the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art Subscription $1.00 Yearly #X% f\!/l #X% ')\vi #T.% 5?\T,% §\l-k $wi : /\V% ?Kt/^ ,'ATAt i\v% Importer of Gowns and Millinery 1527 SPRUCE STREET Art Gilding Oompany JOHN P. CASSIDY, Manager Frame and Picture Gilder Dealer in Oil Paintings, Etchings, Water Colors, etc. 1312 FILBERT STREET Old Frames Re-Gilt Oil Paintings Relmed Established over 100 Years OSCAR A. FOW & SON Stalls 1234-42 Reading Terminal Market Both Phones PHILADELPHIA, PA. Kift's Flowers Special $1 and $2 Boxes of Selected Fresh Flowers Artistically Arranged ROBERT KIFT 1725 Chestnut Street Get Your Turkeys ARTHUR H. BONSOR Best Delaware Turkeys Butter and Eggs Terminal Market 719-735 SUPPLEE MILK First and Best LET SUPPLEE SUPPLY YOU The Supplee Alderney Dairy Philadelphia Camden Atlantic City Ocean City Eleventh, Jefferson and Marvine Sts., Philadelphia Established 1823 Our Famous JlraMorb Plenb continues to be the most popular Coffee in Philadelphia at 30c lb. 3 lbs. 85c Bradford Clarke Co. GROCERS, WINE and CIGAR AERCHANTS 1520 CHESTNUT STREET J. Reynolds &> Son HEATERS AND RANGES Bricklaying of every description 1613 FILBERT STREET PHILADELPHIA WALTER B. NEWMAN Adolph Newman & Son 1704 Chestnut Street Manufacturers of All Kinds of FRAMES IMPORTERS OF ENGRAVINGS ETCHINGS, WATER COLORS, Etc. Special Discount to Students Fine Underwear Laundrv Custom Shirts .Cshleman &l> Craig Co. 1127 Chestnut Street SAUTTER'S The Confectionery Shop and Cafe of Quality Chestnut Street below Thirteenth Blaylock &l> Blynn INCORPORATED Our Millinery Creations are distinctive and rich in effect. Our Furs for both Men and Women include ' rare skins, beautifully tailored in exclusive styles. 824-826 Chestnut Street Bell 'Phone, Spruce 6570 ' JOS. CAFFREY Boarding and Livery Stable 1716 De Lancey Street Broughams, Victorias and Carriages can be en- gaged by the month at special rates, with fine horses and drivers in full livery for shopping, weddings, etc.