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The wedding of Miss Louise Coudit-Smith
nud Dr. Leonard Wood, of tho Army, wbich
took place on Tuesday afternoon, was a very
handsome and stately houio function. Tho
spacious drawiuti-rooms of Mr. Justice Field's
mansion ou Capitol Hill, where the marriasie
took place, were artistically decked with tall
palms and Japanese chrysanthemums. In tho
irout drawing-room, which was reserved for
the bridal party, were assembled tho Justices of
the Supreme Court. Here tho marriaee service
was performed by Rev. Dr. Piatt, of San Fran
Cisco. Tbcgroom. in full-dress uniform, attended
by Lieut. Mans, of the Army, also In uniform,
entered the roomfiist. Then came the bride
on tho arm of Justice Field, who save her in
marriage. Miss Alice Coudit-Smith was maid
of honor. The bride was attired in an exceed
ingly beautiful wedding toilet. Her gown of
richest white satin was made with a train,
white roses adorned the front, and filmy laco
filled in the surplice bodice, in which was
fastened a diamond orchid, the cift of Mrs.
Stanford. She also wore a Hue diamond
bracelet. preseutedbvSenatorStauforc!. Orause
blossom sprays held the tulle veil In place.
Tho bridal bouquet was composed of white
roses. Miss Alice Condit-Smith wore a gown
of old-rose satin combined with crGpe, and
held a bunch of chrysanthemums. A superb
collation was served in the dininc-room, and at
(5 o'clock Dr. and Mrs. Wood left the house for
their wedding journey to Roston. The
bride's going-away costume was of blue
cloth, with blue hat adorned with yellow wings.
Mrs. Field, who received the wedding guests,
was attired in an elegant gown of royal purple,
with garniture of lace and pearl passementerie.
She carried a bouquet of Lady Waterville roses.
Among ethers present were the Chief Justice
and Mrs. Fuller, Mr. Justice Blatchford and
Mrs. Blatchford, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Gray,
Mr. Justice Lamar, Mr. Justice Biadlcv, Mr.
Justice and Mrs. and Miss Harlan, Mr. Justice
Brewer, Mr. Justice Strong and the Misses
Strong, Sir Julian and Lady Pauncefote, Misses
Pauncefote, Baron de Struve. Minister Quesada,
Mr. and Mrs. Calderon Carlisle, Miss Dahlgren,
Mr. Josiah Pierce, Professor and Mrs. and Miss
Cabell. Colonel and Mrs. Parker, Lieut. 11. II.
Noble, Mrs. Lay, Mrs. Spooner, Mr. and Mrs.
John R. McLean, Gen. Keever, Mrs. Louise
Patterson, Mrs. llillyer, Mr. Washington, Mrs.
Dolph. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nixon, Miss Gay,
Miss Minnie Goy. of Georgia; Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Halliday, and Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Magruder.
Col. Robert Boyd's home presented a beauti
ful sight on last Saturday evening, the occasion
beinj; the first assembly of the Saturday Even
ing Euchre Club. The spacious and handsome
parlors were decorated with choice palms and
hot-house floweis, and, together with smiling
faces and pretty gowns, the sceue was indeed a
fair one. Euchre was kept up until a late hour,
with little Miss Marie McKnight as a mascot.
A delightful collation was served from the dining-room,
where Mrs. Boyd displayed her won
derful ability of making everybody happy. The
table was draped with yellow India silk, and
the dainties seemed embedded in yellow and
white chrysanthemums and ferns. All did full
justice to the repast, after which Mr. Harry
Mecm delfphted his friends with some lovely
songs, and ended up with his"Topical Somr,"
which gained him so much notoriety In "Hub"
Smith's" latest operetta. Miss Alice Boyd
proved herself a most cbarming hostess and was
ably assi-ted by her two sisters, Misses Mamie
and Helen. Among those present were Misses
Belle Willete, Blanche Walker, Mamie Thomp
son, Marion Evans, Marion Oliver, Daisy
French. Katie Evans, Jennie Cochran, and
Nellie Balway, and Messrs. (iillv Clark. Fred
Kleinschmidt, John Johnson, Harry Meera,
George Cox, and Rudolph Coughman.
The Dahlia Pleasure gave its third compll
jnentary hop at St. Joseph's Hall Monday
night, at which the following ladles and gents
were present : Misses Mary Johnson, Bertha
Raff, Carrie Fuller, Pearl Geddins, M. Reese,
tbe M!sse6 Hait, It. Johnston, tho Misses Solan,
Katie Albert, Mary Sanford, Liddie O'Brien,
Jennie Sherwood, Minnie Forrester, Blanch
Glover, Rosle Blush, Bertha Muck, Ada Clark,
Lulu Itaff, Mamie McMahon, Blanche Fletcher,
Minnie Sexton, Nellie Baldwin, the Misses
Molans, Misses Fay, Williams, Waters, Mrs.
Itaff, White, and Johnston, and Messrs. J. Wig
gington, W. Mclntyre, E. Fletcher, J. Lewis, 0.
Spresser, W. Johnston, Costinett, C. O'Connor,
W. Swatrgart, Rhiberg, J. E. Johnston, G.
White, W. Fursell, John Connell, Lemuel Mil
ler, Charles Schneider, A. Genan, A. II. Bitter,
W. White, L. Goetz, D. Wolf, T. Baldwin, J.
Schemerhom, S. Gillihan, C. West, J. McFad
den, J. Connor, J. Johnston, B. White, Conboy,
Johnston, Phifer, and J. Brooks.
Mr. and Mis. Bradluv Martin (who, in some
way or other, aie always before the British pub
lic) are making elaborate preparations for the
wedding of their protege, Miss Helen Beck
worth and tho Hon. Dudley Leigh. The cere
mony will take place on Saturday, and It is to
be, in every Kenso of the word, a gorgeous spec
tacular wedding. The Martins will give a
suberb banquet at Thomas's Hotel in London
after the ceremony. Miss Beekworth will
eventually become tho raistiess of Kenilworth
Castle. American women are surely corning to
the front in England, where ono is the lady of
Blenheim, which she is generously and lavishly
restoring with American money, and another
will 'somedaj" he tho mistress of histoiical
The nurneroub friendb ami acquaintances of
Mibb Elizabeth S. Blabland, of this city, will bo
pleased to hear that thib voung U6butante, only
last year a graduate ut the High School, and
who 16 now a pupil of Miss Clara E. Smart, of
Boston, Mass., 6ung ut a musleale given by Miss
Smart at Hotel Hoffman. The Boston Times
In alluding to tbe same says as follows: "Tho
affair was of bpeclul Interest, being tho occasion
of the first appearance of .Miss Elizabeth S.
Blasland, a jouuglady from Wabhington now
studying music with Mies Smart. Mi6s Blab
land addb to an attractive personality a
voice of unusual sweetness and purity and
power. Her rendering of an aiia from 'Lucietia
Borgia' gave promise of a brilliant and suc
Professor C. C. Stimets, principal of tho J las
brouck Institute, Jersey City, N. J., ono of tho
oldest educational institutions in the country,
and bride, (formeily Miss Adeleno Negue",j
daughter of Mr. Samuel G. Negus, have been
topping at Willard's and visiting Mr. Oscar
V. White and family, 1930 I street, tho pabt
week, on their return trip homo from the South
and Old Point.
Miss Clara L. Barron and Mr. William K.
Hill were married on Tuesday evening, at 10
o'clock, In tho Fouudry M. E. Church, by tho
Kev. Kee6o Murray, assisted by Ilev. George
ISMoU. The bride and groom entered the
eliurch together. There were two bridesmaids,
MJtt Kate iiurron and Miss Florence Dearlng,
swur and coubin of the bride. Miss Barron's
wedding gown was of heavy cream-white faille,
high waist and long sleeves, trimmed with
handsome pearl passementerie. Her veil was
fastened with sprays of orange blossoms, and
her bouquet was composed of white chrysan
themums. She wore handsome diamond ear
rings, presented by the groom. The brides
maids were prettily attlrcd'iu contrasting colors,
Miss Kate Barron in light blue and carrying
yellow chrysanthemums, and Miss Dearing iii
canary-colored cropo and holding a bouquet of
dark-red chrysanthemums. A reception for
the relatives of the bride and groom was held
after the church service at the home of tho
bride's mother, SOG K street. A handsome col
lation was served, after which Mr. and Mrs.
Hill left on their wedding trip to Ohio. They
will reside on their return here at No. 715 M
street. The presents were numerous and hand
some. The gift of the gtoom's parents was a
house iu this city.
The reception accorded Miss Eflle Darling bv
her musical and theatrical frieuds at the M"
strcet home of Mrs. Roland on last Tuesday
evening was a brilliant affair. The spacious
apartments were fragrant with rare flowers,
and behind a hedge of ferns the orchestra dis
coursed. Miss Darling was richly robed in a
demi-t rained dress of light silk faille, garnished
with embroidered moussellne de sole. Miss
Ruff spoke briefly ou theosophy, Miss Margaret
Schmitt rendered Listz's Rhapsodio No. 12,
Mrs. Siefrietz contributed the jewel song from
"Faust," and Mr. Fulton Carr played Chopin's
"La ci Darem laMano." George Simpson, Mr.
Erck, Mrs. Carr, Miss Jessie Darling, and oth
ers aided iu the festivities. A choice supper
was served at midnight. Miss Darling left on
Friday to join her company at Kansas Citv.
There was a pleasant gathering of the ladies
connected with the Garfield Sewing Circle on
Friday evening at the residence of Mrs. Pep
per. 1337 R street. There were present Mrs. B.
13. Rutherford, in the chair; Mrs. Ford Thomp
son, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Talmadce, Mrs. Wolf,
Mrs. Kclm, Miss Julia Thompson, Mrs. Craw
ford, Mrs. Flint, Mrs. Schofield, Mrs. Stein
mctz, Mrs. Dietrich, Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Cohen,
Mrs. Hoblitzer, the Misses Lincoln, Schofield,
and Thomas, aud little Miss Pepper. An ele
gant lunch was served, but it is noticeable that
although creams and confections have been
tabooed the lady hostesses manage to get up
very appetizing lunches. The work for the
Valentine goes merrily on.
Mi6s Susie M. Train, daughter of George
Francis Train, was married on Mondav to Mr.
Philip Dunbar Gulager. The marriage'was cel
ebrated in All Souls' Church, New York, Rev.
Heber Newton performing the ceremony. The
bride's hand was given' in marriage by her
father. She wore an elegant traveling costume
of cloth, trimmed with astrakhan. 'The cere
mony was witnessed only by the family and im
mediate friends of tho high contracting parties.
Mr. Brooks Gulager, son of the groom, acted as
best man. Among the small company present
were General aud Mrs. John Newton, Mr. and
Mrs. John G. Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Elsey Mc
Henry Traiu, Gen. James B. Fry, Gen. Tower,
and General aud Mrs. Wright.
One of the most enjoyable entertainments of
the season was given by Miss Annie Yeatman
at her residence, 2302 Pennsylvania avenue,
last Friday evening. The "Donkey" game was
indulged in, Miss Mazie Lynham winning the
first prizo and Mr. Cummiskey securing the
booby prize. Afterward there was dancing till
11 o'clock, when the paity retired to the dining
room, where a bountiful "collation was spread,
to which all present did ample justice. Among
those present were the Misses Lynham, Knight,
Yeatman, Lawrence, Nelson, and Walker, and
Messrs. Wright, Elmore, Cummi6koy, Stewart,
Anderson, Carter, Lynham, Yeatinau, and
Cards aro out for an at home at tho new resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Gunion, 927 O
street, on tho 20th instant, in honor of the mar
riage of their son, Philip 8. Gunion, and Miss
Mary R. Brooks, which Is to occur on Thanks
giving Day at high noon. The wedding will
take place at the homo of tho bride's father,
Mr. A. F. Brooks, 1812 Vermont avenue, only
tho respective families attending. Mr. and
Mrs. Gunion leave immediately for Cincinnati,
"It was good to have been there" was tho
only feeling ono could have entertained upon
leaving the parlors of the Shirley, 1810 Fif
teenth street, last Wednesday morning. A pre
liminary meeting was then held by Miss Gay,
whose Shakespeare class was organized for tho
season. Miss Gay explained in a few pleasing
words her plan for work, after which she read
a very able essay on tho play of "Romeo and
Among tho debutantes In Washington so
ciety this season will bo Mi6s Allen, daughter
of Col. Vanderblit Allen, of New York. Sho
will bo chaperoned by Mrs. J. II. Coppenhagen,
of Madison avenue, who will spend part of tho
winter hero with her parents, Judge and Mrs.
Embry, of I street. Mrs. Coppenhagen was
a noted hello hero when she was Miss Lou Bello
Mrs. II. IJ. Hugarty, tho leading soprano of
the Cathedral at Halifax, N. S., sang tho solo.
"OSalutaisHostia," at St. Patrick's Church,
last Sunday morning. Sho has a rich and well
trained voice. Sho intends to locate In Wash
ington aud will bo a great acquisition to tho
musical talent of this city. Mrs. Hagarty has
been the guest of Mrs. E. M. Colford.
It will bo gratifying to Miss A. Mao Rogers's
friends and those who heard her ilno soprano
voice In society circles last winter to know that
she is hinging this season in tho choir of All
Soul's Church. Her solo at tho evening service,
"Save Me, Oh! God," by Randegger, was ar
tistically rendered, giving unlveisal satisfaction
aud pleasure to those present.
Lieutenant aud Mrs. Charles L. Phillips,
Fourth Artillery, who were in the city ht6t
week visiting Colonel, Mrs., and Miss Bain
bridge, at tho Arsenal, have gone to Fortress
Mom oe, where they will spend a fortnight with
Mib, Phillips's parents, Captain aud Mrs. Tier
nan, befoio going to Capt. Phillips's station,
Fort Burraucub, Fla.
Cards aro out for the marriage of Miss Louise
L. Griesbauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. A.
Griesbauer, and Mr. Harry Bradford Wilson, on
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, in the First
Presbyterian Church. There will bo a reception
at the icsidence of tho bride's parents, 435
Niuth street, from 8 to 10 o'clock.
Dumbarton-avenue M. E, Church, George
town, was filled ou Tuesday evening with the
friends of Mlea Lena Louise Blackford and Mr,
James Homerville, whoso marriage was there
celebrated at 8 o'clock, ltov. M. F. B. Rico
tied tho knot. Tho ushers were Messrs James
Lee, C. M. Clark, Alex. W. Ward, and Wallan
Fisher. Tho brido aud groom entered the
church togothernttcndcd by the bride's sister.
Miss Ada Blackford, and Mr. William Haupt
man. Tho brldo was tastefully attired In a
dainty gown of white albatross, tho bodice
beautifully embroidered and trimmed with
ostrich tips. Sho carried a bunch of ioses. The
maid of honor was in cream albatross trimmed
with lace aud rlbbou ruchlngs. Sho carried La
Francu roses. The attendance of tho brldo's
Sunday-school class was a fcaturo of tho cere
mony. Tho children wcro dressed in white and
carried bunches of whito chrysanthemums. Mr.
aud Mrs. Somervillo aro making a wedding trip
to Philadelphia and Now Yoik. Mr. Blackford,
father of tho bride, was unable to attend the
ceremony, owing to sudden illness. On tho
return of the newly-married pair to George
town they will reside at 3122 N street, where
they will receive their friends on Thursdays.
The wedding of Miss Lonaino Ellsworth
Payne and Mr. Willis B. Holder took place on
Monday evening at tho residence of the brldo's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Payne, 131-1 G
street. The parlors were handsomely decorated
with potted plants and chrysanthemums. The
service was performed by Rev. Dr. McKim, of
Epiphany Church, and the brido was given
away by her father. Her gown was of white
India silk, and sho carried a largo bunch of
white chrysanthemums. Her young sister,
Lily May Payne, was maid of honor. Sho woro
pink China silk and held a bunch of pink
llowers The best man was Mr. Harry West
fall, of Illinois. The ushers were Messrs. John
E. Payne, Harry S. Payne, and Walter AV.
Payne, brothers of tho bride. A large company
witnessed tho marriage ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Holder left ou tho 10 o'clock traiu for
New York. Thoy will returu about December
1, and will reside at 1413 G street.
Third Assistant Postmaster General A.
D. Hnzeu and Mrs. Ilazen celebrated their silver
wedding at their residence, No. 029 G street
southwest, on Thursday evening. Many valua
ble presents in silver were received. An ele
gant supper was served. Postmaster General
Wanamaker, City Postmaster Sherwood, aud
Dr. C. F. Macdonald, of tho Money Order Di
vision, were among the many present.
Piofessor Sheldon's class soiree last Monday
evening was a very successful affair. Tho danc
ing was artistic and graceful, the company
select. The music by Professor Andressen and
Miss Marie Whelau was first-class. A number
of fancy dances by Clara Stevens, Lou Tretler,
Bessie Pearson, Annie Evans, and Antouia
Nell were finely executed. Everybody went
At tho meeting of tho Unity Club on Fiiday,
14th instant, at Dr. Bland's residence, the resig
nation of Dr. D. S. Lamb as vice president
was reluctantly accepted and Mr. Charles
Davies elected unanimously to fill the vacancy.
Dr. Lamb has for many years been one of the
most efficient members of this celebrated club.
Tho lady managers of the Garfield Sewing
Circle have secured tho National Rifles' Armory
for tho Valentine Carnival on February 3, 0, and
7, for afternoon and evening of each day. On
Friday night St. Valentino's ball will bo given
and a children's matiuiSoou Saturday afternoon,
with grand closing sale on Saturday night.
At the luncheon and reception lecently given
by Mrs. Whitney at her Fifth-avenue residence,
in honor of Mrs. Henry M. Stanley, the cost of
the floral decorations, chiefly chrysanthemums,
was estimated at more than two thousand dol
lars. The approach of December Is rapidlv filling
the city up to its winter quota. Justice and
Mrs. Lamar have returned from Bethlehem, N.
H., whore Mrs. Lamar always spends the au
tumn, to their residence on "Massachusets ave
nue. Mrs. M. J. Foote and her daughter, Miss
Katharine, aro stopping at the Grand Hotel
Terminus, in Paris. Miss Foote is studying
music with one of the finest artists iu Paris, and
has already appeared in two grand conceits.
Geucral and Mrs. Dan McCanby, of Indlan
opolis, Ind have come to Washington to
spend tho winter. Thoy have had temporary
quarters at tho Langham, but expect to bo per
manently located at tho Lincoln.
Mrs. Jessio Elliott, of Danville. 111., and Mrs.
William Elliott, of Shelbysville, Ind., have
been visiting Mrs. Scott, of New York avenue,
during the past month. Thoy returned to their
homes last week.
Mrs. William Morris Ilnnt and tho Misses
Hunt, who havo spent tho past year abroad,
will wintor in Washington. They havo taken a
house on K street, near tho corner of Sixteenth.
Mr. Benjamin P. Snyder and family havo
come in from their handsome country seat in
Princo George's Couuty, and aro located for
the winter at 1012 Fifteenth street.
Mr. Eraser, of Now York, having leased Com
mander McCalla's houso ou tho corner of Massa
chusetts avenuo and Twentieth street, Com
mander McCalla and family will occupy this
season No. 0 Dupont Circle.
Mr. and Mrs. Isham nornshy, who aro now
at 1705 P street, expect to occupy their now
houso on Rhode Island avenuo about Christmas.
Miss Alice Mills Wood, daughter of tho late
Fomando Wood, is engaged to bo married to
Viscount Recinal do Drenillo of Franco.
Mrs. Thomas Riddle, with hoi' daughters,
Mrs. Staunton and Miss Biddlo, will resido this
season at No. 1710 Connecticut avenue.
Mrs. N. S. Lockwood, commissioncr-at-largo
for tho World's Fair, has gone to Chicago to
meet tho ladies' advisory board.
Ex-Secretary and Mrs. and Miss MeCulloch
aro getting settled down in their winter homo
on MePhorson Square
Mrs. Gen. Logan has heon absent during tho
past week attending tho Fair Commission con
vening in Chicago.
Mrs. Emily L. Sherwood has been made tho
authorized correspondent of tho Daughters
of the Revolution,
Mrs. Stella Lolghton is now established in
housekeeping with her mother at 1021 Twenty
Mr. and Mrs. S. Town aro at No. 220 Seeond
6treet, where they will receive their friends on
Mrs. Adolph Dahlgron is ylsitlng her aunt,
Mrs, Matthew Reid, of Lafayette Square
Boundary Castle le again tenanted by its own
ers, Senator aud Mrs. Henderson.
Mr. and Mrs. 'A. C. Bobbins are located for
tho winter at tho Gramercy,
Miss Maude Davidgo has returned from her
visit to Now York.
n ! r 5i ri' I FINE TABLE BUTTER.
Ultlllu rdll uisuuiy
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
Wo havo now on display Novelties in
In All the Shades o Match Evening Dresses.
MISSES' AND OIIILDREN'S SHOES.
A Very Choice Collection for Dress
ntnl School Wear.
Aro a Specialty with us. Wo put stylo
in them and mnko them to fit. We
know how hnrd boys aro on shoes.
Ours nro made to stand the roughest
kind of usage.
THE MEN'S DEPARTMENT
In our store is large. Wo carry tho
largest stock, the greatest assortment
to be seen anywhere in the city.
928 F STREET,
Is invited to our va
ried and largely In
Jeweler and Importer.
JOS. 0. PEARSON'S SONS,
WE ,. OPIJBtt THE FOLLOWING AVELI,
KNOWN BRANDS OF FINE BUTTER:
mid W. T. J
Also. IHgin. $vr York. jml
AT STANDS 181 mid 182 and 810-I181 Con
l! and fi) ISnstorn Miirlcol,
'l "Western iUiirlcot,
A.lH, "rriiKul Market, 17th and K slrccl.s.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN !
The time has arrived whou persons who owe
bills must pay them or loso their credit.
Do not take offense when you receive our no
tices, but ir you nro unnblo to pay eo nud make
some arrangement with the party you owe to
ward a settlement.
AVhat we wnut is protection for our merchants
against that class of persons whoean but will not
pav their bills.
Those persons who havo failed to mnko any ar
rangement for settling their bills after having
been properly notified will bo reported to tho
members or tho Merchants' Mutual Protective
Union December 1 as unworthy of credit.
This association embraces merchants, doctors,
lawyers, and all other businesses, trades, and
,- -LB. BROWN, Mauagcr,
Room lo, Central National Bank Building.
To My Friends and Patrons.
Have been resumed tit my Academy and Resi
dence, No. 1517 R street northwest.
On Tuesday Afternoon, at 0:30, and Saturday
Morning, at 10:30, for Misses and Masters.
On Tuesday aud Friday Evenings, at 8 o'clock,
Mrs. J. T. Byez,
nolU-i.'tO Formerly Mrs. Flora C. Dennison.
"P.TfeW ATPTft St TtiTDo.nTi
S25 I'cima. Ave.
Calls Attention to His Largo Stock ot
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Sold on Installments. Exchanged, Rented.
Repaired, Tuned, Moved, and Stored.
Violins. Ranjo.s, ami Guitars.
Strings a Specialty.
SHEET MUSIC nnd MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
At the Old Stand. 925 Tenna. Ave.
SHOE EH AM CAFE,
Cor. 15 tli and H Streets,,
ONE SQUARE FROM THE WHITE HOUSE.
Dinner and Theatre Parties
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Successor to RIDER Sr ADDISON,
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