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Mr. Fisher, Mr. Kelvin Weeck, Mr.
Martin. Mr. Cornelius Suliivan. Mr.
William Rosamond, Mr. Foster Davis,
Mr. Allan Davis, Mr.- Elmer Davis,
Mr. Shirley Bush, Mr. Scott Pratt,
Mr. Rigler. Mr. George Cassidy, Mr.
Patton. Mr. Clarence White and Mr.
fashioning of imps out of vegetables.
; These were put on exhibition and
prizes were awarded to the most suc
i Frank Beckert.
cessful modelers, nauoween re-i
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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN. SATURDAY, NOV. 2, 1912.
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The wedding of Miss Ethel Spald-
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g and Lieut A. J. Rogers will take
Ing and Lieut A. J. Roger
place- at St. Andrew's Cathedral on
the 26th of November. Lieut. Rogers
arrived in Honolulu last Monday and
is tke guest of Lieut. Vaughan at
Mr. Xlrby .Smith Entertains.
Mrs. Kirby Smith was hostess at a
delightful bridge party yesterday aft-J
niiuuu iu vuruuu, luc vuiur
low ana wag carried out with yellow bungaJow ln Manoa Valley the Hale-
fS3S2 rtrwa.nItriZen.a Ha-Ha. will be hostesses at a Hal
stenciled tray, was given to Miss Bet- lrtW.n tMa DVOnInir Tho
ty Case; the $econd.
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Ql lO ilrS. W . Vj.
Inlaid with teilver, went
Neville,-while the consolation, "a . van
ity case,, was-given to Mrs. Douglas
McDougal, ) irC Smith' JguestsIn
cluded Mrsi J ; 'Tlmberlake, Mb.
Gerald, r' Johnson, v Mra.: J;S. John
stone, Mrs. Baker, Mrs. Humbert, Mrs.
Ressler, Mre. vClark,-Mra. -Williams,
. Mrs. Wooten, - Mm. . MathesdnT . Mrs .
Homer L Preston, , Mrs. 'J. M.. Ken
nedy, Mrs. Schlenser, Mrs. Jamieson,
Mrs. Neville,1! Mrs; -Robs Kingsbury;
Mrs. K. B. McStocker, Mlsa Julia Mc
Stockep, Mrs.' Sheedy Mrs. ; "William
Whitney, Mrs E. White Sutton, Miss
Bloch, Mrs. ' Morris; Miss Betty Case,
Mrs. Charles Wilder, . Mrs. Harry ;
Wilder, Mrs.! Frederick Klamp, Miss
; Alice Cornet.rs, Turner, Mrs. Doug
' las McDougal, Mrs. H . -' B . Pratt, Mrs.
Cutts, Mrs. Edwards Mrs; Cheatham
'and Mrs.-Denman,1 '".;; 'r-
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker KletowV ,
Weddlair Annltprnflrr. . j J
Mr. und Mrs. Rav 'Baker Rletow are
celebration of the first anniversary of
their marriage, - The color scheme for i
the table decorations' will "be ; pink,
green and white, the same scheme
thati was tiBed at the wedding. 1 The
flowers will be pink roses, white dais-
lea and maidenhair fern. The sruesta
will Include the members 'of the " brl-1
. dal party. . Covers will ' be laid for
twelve, including Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Ginaca, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brown,
- Mr. and Mr8.Pau:8chmitt-Mr.';and
Mrs. Melvln Nichols, Miss Ynez Glb-
son and . Mr. " Bert .Clark. The after
' dinner hour" will be devoted to bridge.
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Hr. and HnuYaogban JtfaeCasghej.
:- Hallowe'en Party. .' . . A
Mr. and Mrs. Vaughan MacCaughey
entertained t an old-fashioned Hal
lowe'en party on Thursday evening at
their home in Manoa valley. '- Hallow
een games were, played all evenjng.
One original - game played v. was the
Now Showing The First Specials'
At Prices Much Less Than Cost of Material Alone
We invite you to look at the Bargains in our Big Stock of Ready-Made Apparel
decorated for the occasion with witch
es, cats and jack-o'-lanterns. The in-
!"ru 1?". wT" v wtnn
tMiss H. Watson, Miss V. Watson,
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Miss Wisner. Miss Florence Lea, Missj
Dela Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hunn,
Mr. and Mrs. George Larrlmer, Miss
Maoni Brooker, Mr. Druicker. Mr.
Forbes, Mr. Carter, Mr. Robinson,
Mr.- Green, Mr. Shaw,'
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Haie-Ha-Ha Hallowe'en Party.
Miss Shirley" Foster. Miss Bernice
oitk in.. i a iVah liio. nrr
bungalow will be decorated with Jack-
.,lt, an,l note nn,J V. A
VI -iouici US) .. w ui.ucro auu mui auu 111c
evening will be spent playing Hal
lowe'en games and in dancing. The
refreshments jkIU be served in minia
ture jack-o'-lanterns and in a . spooky
manner The invited guests are Mrs.
Ellen Smith,? Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Clark, Miss Frances Foster, MiB8 - Ul -
lian .Boyd, M bs Murilla Smith, Miss
Ruth Hllen. Hiss May Thomas,- Mr.
and Mrs. Hen y Glnaca, Mr, and Mrs,
I ' a m a- . . I
wiuiam Kapsen, mt. scou.viTaxx,,Mr.j""v.'''- j. vi
HArnM Sf nrr Vr. Clavtnn I-miraihi. ! OCWn WIS given to 'Mrs.; 1
lAlken, Mr. . Chase Fos-
f :Mr- fftr.;Jne3r' Mr a- F
Hill 'and Mr. iWIllr Thomas,
at kera Card Party.
; The Misses
Kathleen and. Sophio
leaving Honolulu Jn -
the ' Wllhelm
a . next .Wednesday,! 11
at an informal card,
party, last ev
Ing at-their home. on j
he, ladies'; prize, a box j .The Kaimuki Card Club was. enter
eauty and La France 'tained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. S.
toses, was given to Miss Eeatnce.
White. , A coal of arms stickpin was
' KTen to Mr. Carl Dodson and Miss
;Ethlyn Harris received a book as the '
consolation. The invited 4 guests , in-
eluded Miss Ruth Johnstone, Miss
Dorothy Guild, Miss Ruth Qulnn.Miss
Bowatt, Miss Emmaline Magoon, Miss
Helen Coulter Miss .Garda Kverton,
Miss Margaret; Restarick, Miss Carrie
James, Miss fithelyn Harris, ; Miss
Janett Sharp,' Miss Lucy .Dimond,
Miss Abbie . Bromley. -Miss ' Clair
Berry, Misa Psyche Berry, Miss Hazel
Ridley. MUs '.Virginia McCarthy, Miss
Margaret McCarthy, Miss Beatrice
White, Miss Esther White, MJsa
Adelle. Wicke, f Miss - Mary 6ullivan,
Mr. Carl Dodftbn,; ; VLf. Painter, Mr.
Arch Brdwn, ilr. Frank , Jamea, Mr.
Oswald Stevenp Mrv George, WIlkeBh.
son; Mr;'XVllliam? RoaCMr.'-John Asb
ley,- Mr McHfenry, Mr. Porter, Mr.
(Randall, Mr. ; Fredericks, Mr. RoJler.'
Price Is No
:V4'f''Pw.!iidow8 for Bargains
Miss Blahcne Reynolds entertained
at an enjoyable Hallowe'en party last
evening at the houie of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds on Matlock
. mav . thoTYi vaF .ti.
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The place cards for eacj
o. tee little guests were large black
cats. Among those present were Miss)
Blanche Reynolds, Miss Margaret Rey
nolds, M lie Alce Sharp, ; Miss Mar
garet Sharp. Miss Edna - Ferguson,
Miss Alvina Biom, Miss Dorothy Cur
ry, Miss Leilani Chillingworth, Miss
Margaret Scudder. . Miss vRuth Scud
der. Miss Miriam Sinclair, Mka Aileen
Fairweather, Miss Elsie Harrison, and
Miss Irene Harrison.
Mrs W. S. Smith's Whist Party.
One of the pleasant card parties of
the week was that given by- Mrs. W.
3. Smith on Thursday afternoon at her
home in Manoa Valley. ; The color
scheme for the ; decorations was lav
ender and was carried out. with vlo-
lets. The score cards were adorned
jwb iolet. The first prize, a cul
8 epoonholder. was given to Mrs.
j lbourne, the consolation, a dilnry
Uot to Mrs. Robblnf.whlle the booby
i a minature rocking chair bearing the
1 n - "rm . vara v ' nnrl o -
and - si
The guests Included Mrs. WIcke, Mrs.
Walbourne, Miss Walbourne. Mrs. Fra-
'zee,- Mr8.Fairweather, Miss Fairweath
er, Mrs. Robbins, Iir. Ligtthead, Mrs.
Bailey, Mrs George Ashley, Jr Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. Coombs
r8 Walker, Mrs. Kerr and Mrs, Cot-
Kalmuki Card Club.
S. Peck at her home on 15th avenue,
The first prize a copy of 1 recent fiction
was given to Mrs. Emil Berndt and the
tlie consolation a handprinted pin tray
was given to Mrs. Broderlck. Among
those present were . Mrs. Broderlck,
Mrs. Hair, Miss Hair, Mrs. Thayer,
Mrs. Ray Rietow, Mrs. Emil Berndt,
Mrs Louise Undei-wood, ; M rE. Thayer,
Mrs. James Guild, Llrs. Warn, Mrs.
Culsecke'and Mrs. 3. S. Peck.
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Graham-Henry . Engagement
rThe engagement . was . announced
yesterday in' the Times of Miss Fran
ces Dv Henry,'l the 0 Tunger daughter
of, Mr; and Mrs; Kowajd H. Henry W
344 Lexington avenue, to Harvey Gra
ham',' the son of Mrs.' Hubert Vos, ly
her first husband, 'John Graham. Miss
t Henry-j. made her ;debiit last year and j
ib. a swici ui loo uiatc xv. xicui j,
wno nas wntien . ice woros ior sev-1
era! of the playlets and operettas pro-!
till -t"" Vi? ; ;- ; ?t ive.:vJ;t ,.rl- J ,li Vtk.K ,
daced.by the Spence School girls.-
Miss Henry had several . entertain
ments 'given for her last winter, and
was one of the prominent debutantes
of the season.
Mr. Graham is the only brother of
Mrs. Jay Gould, who was Miss Annie
Douglas Graham, and is a descendant
of an old Hawaiian family, some of
whom ruled the Sandwich Islands be
fore the present dynasty reigned.
York Times, Oct 28.
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Among the mapy.yHaliowe'en part
ies was one given by Mrs. C. F. Mer
riir Thursday evening at which were
entertained the-members of thePa
lolo Social Club. This was the first
meeting of the club in a number . of
months and a Jolly good time was
had. . "' . . "
The guests arriving were, greeted
with fiery Jack-o-fanterns hung
thrpugh the garden and at the door; a
monster with eyeji or fire nodded a
welcome., . It was'sSlsted in ; this
function, l.jy'U'iL. ' ?1 ,
The rooms were. 'decorated through-
lout,-with, yellow pumpkin flowers And
a number of the drorv lights were sur
rounded By; paper pumpkins that
giiuueu , auui tcci eu , lut ravu Rising
current ot air wenu.oy,
The fascinating game of pedrp was
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Yptuig Hotel Building
the game of the evening, after which
there was music. . V ; "
The winners of prizes ia the card
games were: Mrs. McGarvie and Mr,
Thos. Boyd, the first prizes, and Mrs.
Boyd and 'Mr. McGarvie captured the
Loob8. , . ;. . . . '
At a late hour delightful refresh
ments of pumpkin pie, cheese and
coffee were served..
Those , attending ware: Mr. and
Mrs. Ormlston, Mr.' and Mrs. Foster,
Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Mer
rill, Mr. and Mrs Boyd, Mr. and Mrs.
McGarvie,. Miss Pauline Merrill,, Miss
Dorothy. Ormiston .C Master Herbert
Foster, and Master. Douglas Ormlston.
.-: Miss Margaret Knightley, who, has
teen in .- the Queen's Hospital under
the care: of r Dr ; James j JfuddJs the
guest : of. Mrs. Henry7 Bicknellr m Ma
noa Valley for a few days. She. will
shortly make " her home at the Royal
Hawaiian hotel.' ... ;
'''k..v' :rv, Ar-W;
. Mrs, Harold' Haysejden, who ;:- has
been -under the care of physicians at
thei Sanatorium, is' Improving in her
healthT " ;. ': : -
, Mrs, Ferdinand .. Lindemanh, who
was . detained ,oni,v the mainland ,tfor
some time because of the illness of
her mqther,r will arrive in Honolulu
In. the Honolulan next Wednesday.
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'. Mrs. Antonio J Perry- returned ; to
f Honol ulu today in the Siberia.1 V '
r Mrs. A. M. No well Jeft in : the Ven
tura yesterday afternoon for a, Visit
to the mainlands . . r.;-W
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. Announcements have been received
in Honolulu of the m-irriuga of-Miss
Florence Winter ;and Mr. Chester
Hamilton Carmichiel in Jacksonville
Florida, Mrs. Carmlchael k the daugh
ftf Mrs. Martha Winter of this city an l
is well known here. She is exceeding
ly - brilliant having graduated ' Irovn
Oahu College us valedictorian or the
class of 1907. !--,
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Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Hoermann and
Miss Selma Hoermann of "Watertown,
Wisconsin, were passengers who ar
rived on the Wilhelmina to spend the
winter with their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hartwig Hard-
ers, in Anapuni street.
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Miss Power's showing of new pat
tern hats, which - just arrived in. the
Siberia this week, is particularly at
tractive.. A visit to her parlors in the
Boston building. Fort street, will
prove of unusual interest advertise
ment. ft ft ft
Friends of William G. Irwin will be
grieved to learn of his illness in the
East He is at present in the Johns
Hopkins Hospital in Baltmore and
Mrs. Irwin is in constant attendance
in the sick room. The Irwins left for
the East several weeks ago in the
Crockers private car. San Francisco
Chronicle, Oct. 23.
Miss Dorothy Ashley is giving a
Hallowe'en party today at the home
of her paents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ash
ley, at Kaimuki. The decorations are
bats, owls, and cats.
The children will find their places
by "matching the stars on their hats
to those on the baskets. The ghosts
are Helen and Mildred Church, Eliz
abeth Hobdy, Dorothy Cooke. Helen
Magoon. Catherine Clarke,
Farrington and Marion
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Mrs. W. L. Howard, who has been
visiting in the east for the past six
months, returned to Honolulu in the
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There was a delightful Hallowe'en! ft ft ft
party at the Colonial Thursday night. ; The President and Mrs. Taft, who
The usual appropriate goblin decora-: are returning from New York to BeV
lions were employed. The feature of ,' erly, where the summer White House
Ihe evening was a masquerade dance,
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Miss Margaret Thrum is entertain
ing a number of her little friends at a
party this afternoon , at the home of
her parents in Manoa Valley,
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Mrr. R. R. Reidford was ho. tess
i c informal tea on Thursday afternoon
it her home in Manoa Vallev.
Mrs. Sarah C. Moore announces the
-5. -af -
engagement of her daughter, Mrs. Ce
celia M. Hasklns, to Mr. J. B. Light
foot of Honolulu. Mrs. Hasklns was
born in San Francisco and educated
at Irving Institute. Mr, Lightfoot Is
an attorney in Honolulu. San Fran
cisco Examine r. . .. -
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;MIss KathleenWalker"' and Miss
Sophie Walker will leave In the Wil
helmina. next Wednesday for San
Francisco, where . they .remain 'for
several ; months. ; They will visit
friends until, the Christmas holidays
and then will attend Heald s Business
College. . ,v.v : ';';." - L '
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- Mrs; 8 F.i Flack, who was in Ho
nolulu some"' time ago, returned in
the Wil belmina Tuesday and ;' : w jl I
visit herson, Mr. William Flack,, whd
Is ' connected with the O. R. &. L. Co.
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Mr. and Mrs. W.'H.C , Campbell" of
HIIo- are now; in Honolulu : and will
make their home on Thurston avenue.
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" , ., 5 , s r- , ;) PfciaL SUrBettnfrrt'Jipondencr'J r : ; . ; . ;.
WASHINGTON,; D. O, Oct ;2i.A8:-ed the jSecrefaVy at the Hotel Bel moat,
already, anounced, the ; marriage of New Yprk'for the naval review. ' ?
Miss Grassie Virginia Bulkeley. daugh ? :; Mr. andMrs.; Samuel Frothingha'in,
ter of Mrs. William Andrew, GUI, wife brlther-Ia-Jaw and sister of Secretary
of Capt. Gilt U, S. and Mr. Bayard Jfcyer, and Miss Helolse Meyer also
Hyde-Smith of San ' Francisco will
take place; . la . this city. Wednesday
evening November, 6. , ; , , '
' -'' Miss Bulkeley Is the granddaughter
of the late Dr. J. W.i Bulkeley of this
city and Mrs. Bulkeley and the cere
mony and reception, wjiich is to follow
at 9. o'clock,, will . take place in Mrs.
Bulkeley 's apartments at ; the Port
land. ' v -v . ':,- ' i; A S
v Mrs. Gill and her caarming young
daughter .have Just returned from 'an
extended tour of the Pacific . coast,
and a stay of some length in Honolulu
and it was In the latter city the. first oenroeder hare returned from Jacais
meetlng of . Miss Bulkeley . and .Mr. t town, R. where they spent the sum-Hyde-Smith
took place. Mgr. Shahan.t mer.-:" - --;s-;';- ' v
rector of the Catholic University . will j :: ' ' : ft :ft , ft ; 7 - ; f
perform the ceremony,, as, the bride- - Mr.. Knox, Secretary of State, an1
groom-to-be is a Catholic. . . Mrs. Knox left Seattle" for Portla-nC
Miss Natalie Bulkeley, the bride's Oreg., whence they t will come direct
cousin will be her only attendant. Mr. to Washington. 1 :; ; .;', ;. V.'
Hyde-Hmlth is a-nephew of Mrs. Hen- j - . - w , s A i Ar. .-' v'. .,. 7
ley Smith of this city, and .his .mof ; The Brttlsh rAmbassador and. Mrs.
ther, Mrs. Eleanor Hyde-Smith. Is Bryce.-who are .week-end guett of
widely known. In California, Mr. Hyde- Miss Emily Tuckerman at her vlUa'At
Smith will take his bride to travel for .Stockbrldger Mass., have left fo New
a year in Europe following a short York on their .way to Washington,
tour in this country, . ,; They pre dinner guests Sunday-night
Capt. Gill, who is ln command of of 'ormer Ambassador to Great Brit? In
the U. S. S. Colorado, is now In NIca- aDd Mrs- Joseph Choate, at their place
ragua and there Is Borne doubt as to a Stockbrldge. r u : :; -whether
he will be able to reach '"' -ft-vft' -ft ; ;
Washington in time for the wedding Gea and Mrs, Hey wood have return-'
The Attorney General and Mrs. 4 from Atlantic City, and are at the
Wickersham have returned from their 1'ortner for the winter. ' ; .
summer travels to their home on t- .,-.' ft ft ft : V'yr
Rhode Island avenue. MaJ. and Mrs. C C. Hern have sr-
A A ' Irived at" Washington from Fort: Mon-
Invitations for the usual series of' be, and have .taken for the winter the
dances for the autumn, winter and
spring have been issued by the brigade t
of midshiomen at Annanolis and manv
have found their way to this city.
The dates are November 16 and 27,
December 14 and 31, January 11;
February 1, March 1 and 29, April 12
and 26, and May 17 and 31. Midship
man Herbert K. Fenn of Maine i
chairman of the committee.
Mrs. E. H. Liscum. the widow of
Gen. Liscum, has been the guest of
rip .1 n a vi.o ri n . v. . & .
I auu Al c . UU1UCU IUI iur pAS t lev
i days, having come to Washington to
arrange for a winter residence here,
and has taken an apartment at the
Woodward on Connecticut avenue.
where she, with her sister. Miss Di-
ven, will reside after November 1.
will be closed probably wil
in Washington for a day on
way to Hot Springs, where they are
due October 27. The White House Is
now being put in readineis for their
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The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Meyer and the Misses Meyer have re
irrned to Washington for the season.
Mrs. Mever closed her lummer home
at. Hamilton, Mass., Monday, and join-
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j . . j ,i
; Mr. and ; Mrs. J. C Hedensann re
turned to Honolulu 'r Tuesday even
ing . in the Wilhelmina after- ha : -3
pent two months on the malnli.
IfMrj;; Goodale as 'a he r.s--coming
'passenger in the Wilhclnlni.
Mrs. Goodale , lef t , for the coast ; a
short time' ago ; to place her son ; la
school, -vl 0. , -,v v' . . ? .
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;; Mr.1 and : Mrs. O. Ii. Eorenson (Juliet
Hart well) returned to Honolulu Inthe
it Vim T
spent, several' months on the main
land. .'J.. It will be remembered ' that
Miss Hartwell jand- Mr Sorenson wcro
married in the arly part of June..
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' Mrs4 Henry Lyman of- Kapoho . ar
rived' in Honolulu In the Wllhela iaa
Tuesday. x Mrs. Lyman s will leave
tor-Kapoho,? Hawaii, m a few cays.
Btf In New York for the review. They
will j-eturn to their, place at Lena ox
for the rest of the autumn. . . 7
' The Siamese minister. Prince Trai-
dos Prahaudh ha returned ftt hlo
sUy at Gloucester, and is at Bis lega
tion at 1721 Rhode Island avenue.
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rTne American5. minister to Belgium
ftnd llKra.': Lnrz inHrnn ra In lVoS.
ingxon ior a; snort suy. f "
v. ...;.''--..!'' -ft.w - V- .
Hear-Admiral,; Mrs. and the Misses
residence aLJ744.P street. ' '
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Mrs. Frank ' Anderron
Mrs. Frank Anderron and Bliss
Iorothy Anderson, wife and daughter
oijDr. Frank Anderson, U. S. N sro
trending two. weeks' at the Hotel Sey
mour, New York, Miss Anderson, jwbo
spent the early part of the summer at .
NamganFett Pier, with Mrs. Sott
Brcckenridge and the Misses. Payne.
has Just been vuiting the ramuy, ot
Bishop Uotd at Madison, Conn
teh marriage, on October 1, of
daughter. Miss- Elizabeth Lloyd, and
Mr. Charles Symington, of Baltimore.
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Senator and Mrs. Nelson W.
Aid rich have gone to New York from
their olace at 'Warwick Neck. TL r I.
They will sail bout November V to
Fpend the winter abroadpart of It on
a houseboat on the Nile,
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; It is announced from Boston -that
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge will give
the first bail of the season there-No
vember 21 at the Copley Plaza for hi
granddaughter. Miss Constance Gard
ner, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Augus
tus P. Gainer.
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Capf. William B. Caperton, U. S. N
and Mrs. Caperton entertained the of
ficers of the German cruiser Victoria
'Louise at a skating party and reeep-