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The President and Secretary Halford spent J
yesterday In Philadelphia, and participated In
the Decoration Day exercises there. Their
presenco was missed from the balcony of the
White House In the evening at the hour of tho
Marino Band concert. Tho time of the con
cert had been designated as 4 P. M. in order
to accommodate the children who have been
several times disappointed since Easter Mon
day ecK-rolJlnK was deferred on account of
weather. But the band did not appear until 0
o'clock, owing to having participated in tho
Arlington exercises; nor were tho children
present in large numbers,although tho grounds
were never a lovelier green or the land
scape more beautiful. The croups of
people moving about, or sitting on
benches, or lying on tho grass,
with the clear, cool air and playing fountains,
made this first concert of the season a notablo
success. Mrs. Harrison and Mrs. McKco held
quite a levee upon tho south porch before tho
musicians arrived. Mrs. Harrison is still a
little fatigued from her recent long trip. She
wore a black silk gown embroidered with
natural liowers In colors. Mrs. McKee wore
a flowered brocade and a black lace hat
trimmed with a delicate wreath of pink
flowers on the brim. She is generally re
garded as a most lovable woman, and many
food wishes for a happy Toyage will follow
er when 6he sails on Thursday for Europe.
Judging from the size and personnel of tho
crowd gathered on the portico, society has
not yet scattered to the four corners of tho
earth. Among those present were Miss
Breckinridge, Mrs. Wise, of Richmond,
Va.; Mrs. F. Osborn, of Chicago; Miss Sher
rill, the Misses Strong, Mr. John Cropper,
Mrs. Eu6tis Rathbon, Mrs. Brown, Sir Julian
Pauncefote, Mr. Guzman, and several other
members of the Diplomatic Corps, Mr. and
Mrs. Keim and daughters, Mrs. Surgeon Gen
eral Moore,Mr. and Mrs. Jules Guthridge, Dr.
and Mrs. Hammond, Mr. Owen, Dr. and Mrs.
Lincoln, Mrs. Harmer, Mr. and Mrs. Reestde,
Dr. Scott, Mrs. DImmlck.Miss Lowell, Mr.
Cotton, Mr. Longsteff, and manj others.
Little Benjamin Harrison McKee, accompa
nied by his little sister, and In care of his Ger
man nurse, was on tho grounds. Both these
little people were willing to shake hands with
all who seemed to be friendly disposed toward
The wedding of Miss Helen Baum, daughter
of Mr. Charles Baum, of this city, and Mr.
George Benjamin, of New York, took place
on Wednesday evening at the beautiful
home of the bride, 1750 Massachusetts ave
nue northwest, In the presence of a large and
brilliant gathering of relatives and friends.
Rabbi Stern, of the Temple, performed the
Impressive ceremony, after which a superb
supper was served. Tho bride's presents were
unusually rich. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin left
on Wednesday morning for ther future home.
New York City, where the groom is engaged
in business. Among the, many guests present
were Mrs. and Miss Benjamin, mother and
sister of the groom; Messrs. Eugene and Joe
Benjamin, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Benjamin, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Hart, Mr. and Mrs. John
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Trallel, Mr.
Bernard Trallel, Mr. Hocksteeter, Mr.
Joseph!, and Mr. J. Wolf, all of New
York; Mr. and Mrs. Isldor Saks, Mr. and
Mrs. JulluB Lausburgh, Mr. and Mrs.
I. L. Blout, Mr. and Mrs. N. Goldschmldt,
Mrs. and the Misses Averlin, Mr. Frankle and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaufman, Mr.
L. Kuntz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Barnes,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franc, the Misses Rose
Solomon, Grace Kaflister, Marian Luttrel, and
Sue Fountain, all of this city.
A beautiful May wedding was that of Miss
Laura Detweller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.
M. Detweller, and Mr. George C. Boyd, of
Philadelphia, which took placo'on Thursday.
The handsome parlor in which the ceremony
was performed at the brlde'6 home was
charmingly decked with spring flowers and
tall palms. The bride was attended by her
sister, Miss May Detweller, as maid of honor.
Mr. John D. Boyd, brother of the groom, was
best man. Tho ceremonv was nerformed at
high noon by Rev. Mr. Greene, of Cavalry
Baptist Church. The bride entered the par
lor on the arm of her father. Her gown,
which was of white crepe, was exceptionally
pretty and becoming. Tho trained skirt was
ornamented across the front breadth bv a
deep flounce, caught up by bunches of wfiito
ostrich tips. The corsage was trimmed with
pearl passementerie, and from Its edge was a
fall of filmy lace. Her hat was of white lace
and green velvet and leaveB. Miss May Det
weller wore a pretty gown of white china
silk. After the ceremony a handsome break
fast was served, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd left on
an afternoon train for Philadelphia. In which
city they will make their home.
On Tuesday evening Professor Edwin Mes
ser, of Anacostia Heights, gave a musicale In
honor of Mr. Whltmore, of Farmlngton, N.
J. The Messer Quartette, Messrs. Burr,
Smithson, Watson, and Joudau, rendered a
number of their choicest selections to the
delight of the company, while Mrs. Whlt
more, who is also a lino musician and vocal
ist, accompanied them on tho piano. She
alBO sang several solos charmingly. Tho
Me6ser family trio gave several old-time 6ongs,
and Dr. Bowles sang of tho sentimental roses
of an agricultural man, accompanied by Mrs.
Bowles on the piano. Those present were
Professor and Mrs. Messer, Mr. and Mrs. E.
C. Messer and Miss Messer, Mr. and Mrs.
Watson, Dr.snd Mrs. Bowles, Mrs. Whltmore
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. G, Lee and
Ml6s Anna Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Burr, Mr. and
Mrs. Smithson, and Mrs. Davis, of Mouut
Cards have been received In this city by the
friends of Miss Aunio Cuyler Yau Vechten
for her marriage to Dr. George Morowood
Leffert6, of New York, on Thursday eveninc,
June 11, in the Cathedral of All Saints, Al
bany. A large reception will be held after
the church ceremony at the bride's home.
Mi68 Van Vechten 16 the Intimate friend of
Mi6s Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, and she was
a frequent guest at tho White House when
Miss Cleveland presided there.
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Miss Helen Tisdel, tho accomplished elocu
tionist, took the principal rOle at tho recent
entertainment of the French Class at Nor
wood Institute. Miss Tisdel was a former
pupil in this school and her reappearance and
talents caused much enthusiasm. She has
spent several years abroad perfecting herself
in histrionic art, for which she has much evi
dent ability. Miss Tlsdel's selections from
"Camillo" and other standard plays were suffi
ciently difficult and well known to test tho
quality of her powers. Thcro were several
well-known foreigners present, who wero de
lighted and unstinted In their expressions of
praise. Nature has endowed Miss Tisdel with
rare charms of personal loveliness and given
her a form to express deep and intense emo
tion. A brilliant future is before her.
Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Keefer, of
215 R street northwest, celebrated their son's
birthday by a most delightful party. Columbia
Lodge choir, to which Mr. Keefer, Jr.,
belongs, contributed greatly to the enjoyment
of the evening by their beautifully rendered
selections. A handsome collation was served.
Among others present were the Misses Ella
Keefer, Grace and Flora Minhead. Fannio
Bischoff,Helen Nye, .Juniata Davis.Katic Kane,
and Meta Puerner, and Messrs. Jesse Suter,
Charles Yaeger, Fred Harries, Edward and
Chapman Fowler, Frank Keefer, and Ernest
Mrs. A. G. Mills, of Now York, who has bo
como one of tho members of the recently or
ganized New York Chapter of the Daughters
of the American Revolution, is well known In
Washington. Her maiden name was Mary
Steele; sue passed her youth In this city, where
she was a groat belle in her circle. Through
her mother she is connected with tho Barneys,
of Maryland. Mrs. Mills spent part of last
season here as the guest of Mrs. Pilling, of
1301 Massachusetts avenue.
Cards for the marriage of Miss Mabel Fran
ces Cannon and Mr.Ernest Zavler Leseure have
been received in this city. Miss Mabel Cannon
Is the second daughter of ex-Ropresentatlve
Cannon, and she has spent several winters
here. Her marriage will take place on the
9th of June in the First Methodist Episco
pal Church, Danville, 111. There will be a
reception at 418 Vermillion street after the
ceremony. The newly-married pair will travel
until next October.
The strawberry festival under tho auspices
of "The Children's Circle of the King's Sons
and Daughters," which wi.s to have como off
on Friday afternoon, for tho benefit of the
Foundling Hospital, was postponed owing to
the unfavorable weather. It will take place
next Friday afternoon, from 4 to 7, in tho
rear of 1401 Sixteenth 6treet. Tickets may be
procured from Mrs. William B. Gurley and
tho young members of the circle.
The marriage of Miss Ella Louise Macart
ney, of Q street, and Dr. Frank R. Lane, prin
cipal of the High School, will be solemnized
in the New York-avenue Presbyterian Church
in the latter part of June. They will make a
wedding trip to Europe. MI6S Macartney,
who was one of tho most valued teachers In
the Berret Building, resigned her position
there some weeks since.
Mrs. Admiral Porter and Mrs. Logan will
pass the summer at their villa at James
town, R. I. Lieutenant and Mrs. Logan have
leased a house on Eighteenth street from tho
1st of October, and Mrs. Porter will reside
with them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell
(tho latter nue Porter) will continue to
make their home with Mrs. Archibald Camp
bell on Do Sales street.
Mrs. Eugene Ives, of Now York, (formerly
Miss Annie Waggaman, of this city,) cele
brated her twenty-first birthday on Monday
by an elaborate luncheon served by Delmon-
ico. .caving oecome or age, Airs. Ives now
comes into absolute possession of th largo
fortune inherited from her maternal grand
father, the late Mr. John E. Lenthall, of this
A large party from this city went to Phila
delphia to be present at the wedding of Mr.
Harry Clifton Adams and Ml6s Mabel C.
Smith, of Philadelphia. The ceremony took
place Thursday, in the chapel of Holy
Trinity Church. Mr. Allen Adams, of this
city, who is a brother of the groom, went to
Philadelphia on Tuesday.
The marriage of Miss Gussie Wilson and
Lieut, Brooke, of the Army, will take place
at West Point on Thursday, June 11. Miss
Carrie Parker, daughterof Maj.R.C. Parker,
of tho Soldiers' Home, will attend Miss
Wilson as bridesmaid, and will leave during
the coming week for West Point.
Miss Rose Sullivan entertained a number of
friends at a progressive euchre party Wednes
day evening, at her residence, 14 I Btreet.
The prizes, four in number, wero very hand
some, and there was an exciting contest for
their possession. Refreshments wore served
at the close of the games.
Mr. Charles Hayes, of the Associated Press,
with his wife and sister, Miss Hayes, and Mr.
R. V. Oulahan, of tho United Press, left New
York yesterday on the Cunard line steamship
Umbria for a trip abroad. Mr. Oulahan haB
just returned from tho Presidential trip, being
one of the party.
Tho friends of Miss Anita Heudrio will be
pained to learn that there Is no Improvement
in her condition. She was moved Friday from
Dr. Johnson's private hospital, where she has
been for nearlelevcn weeks, and taken to the
homo of Mrs. Gadsby, 8114 U street. George
town. Mrs. Dr. Gleason, of R street, will leave
early in Juno for the Red Sulphur Springs of
West Virginia, where she expects to remain
Miss Ellie M. Atkinson is visiting her
frlefids, Mrs. Antoinette. Hoguet and Miss
Hoguet, at Lake Mahopac, Putnam County,
Tho many friends of Mrs. Dr. Gardner, wife
of Surgeon W. H. Gardner, of tho Army, will
be pained to learn that her health has become
very precarious since hcrresldenco In Cali
fornia. Mrs. Gardner, while residing at
tho Arseual, made hosts of friends in this
Many Washington friends went to Balti
more on Tuesday to witness the wedding cere
mony of Mr. Horace W. Brown, secretary of
tho Kenllworth Club, of Baltimore, and Miss
Estello Warren Earlongher, also of Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Eraser, who oc
cupied Commander McCalla's house on
Massachusetts avenue during the past season,
sailed last week for Europe, whore they will
remain during tho summer months.
Mi6s Farquhar, daughter of Commodoro
Farquhar, of tho Navy, will sail for Europo
June 3, with Mrs. Pope, wife of Maj. Pope,
of the Marino Corps. They will spend tho
summer and autumn in travel.
Hon. William Walter Phelps, American
Minister to Germany, gave a sumptuous din
ner party ono evening of last week in Berlin,
at which Mr. and Mrs. Henry Villard, of Now
York, wero guests of honor.
Mrs. and Miss Swasey, of 1034 Rhode
Island avenue, will leave early In Juno for
Boston. They will pass tho entire summer in
New England, where Mr. Wadsworth Swasey
will join them in August.
Mrs. D. M. Hall, nue McCoy, is spending
some weeks with her friend, Mrs. Gates, of
Bridgeport, Conn. After a short visit in
New York City she will go to Glen's Falls,
near Lako George, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bancroft left on
Wednesday for a visit to their old home In
the beautiful Mohawk Valley. Before re
turning to Washington they will visit Niagara
Falls and Saratoga.
Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Schmidt have issued In
vitations to their friends to meet them on
the fifth anniversary of their wedding at their
home, 1423 Corcoran street, on Wednesday
evening, Juno 3.
Miss Margaret Aylmer, of G street, will ac
company Mrs. and Miss McGlensey, wife and
daughterof Capt. McGlensov, of tho Navy, to
Annapolis on Wednesday. They will remain
about a week.
Miss Alice Blackford, of 3125 M street,
Georgetown, celebrated her birthday Wednes
day by a delightful evening party, which was
attended by a largo gathering of friends and
Colonel and Mrs. Jerome B. Burke, whoio
marriage was quietly celebrated on Thursday,
will bo at home to their friends at 824 E street
northeast, on Thursday evening, from 8 to 11
Miss Lola Allen, daughter of Gen. Edgar
Allen, left the city on Wednesday for Boston,
where she will visit Miss Addle C. Paine, who
spent the past season here with Gen. Allen's
Mrs. A. R. Duryee, who has been seriously
ill in New York, is now with her mother, Mre.
John A. Boreland, of No. 1500 L street north
west. Both ladies arrived in the city last
Mr. and Mrs. William Elroy Curtis gavo a
handsome dinner on Tuesday evening at their
residence on Connecticut avenue and S street,
In honor of Mr. Franklin W. Smith, of Boston.
Mr. George Seavey, tho artist, and Miss
Seavoy, of Boston, spent a week In this city,
en routo to Boston from tho Ponce de Leon,,
Florida, where thoy passed the entire winter.
Mrs. Charles Bowie, of Midway, Caroline
County, Va., is visiting her mother, Mrs. G.
B. Coleman, No. 2820 N street, Georgetown.
Mrs. Bowie's little son accompanies her.
Mrs. and Miss Selfridge, wife and daughter
of Capt.,T. O. Selfridge, of tho Navy, are now
at Jamestown, R. I., but will shortly take
possession of their cottage at Newport.
Mrs. Mary Ellen French loft for Europe on
the steamship Aller yesterday. She will bo
accompanied to Now York by her nephew,
Dr. W. B. French, of the Coast Survey.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner G. Hubbard, who
wero in Philadelphia last week, will again bo
at home on Wednesdays and Saturdays at
their country seat on Woodley Lane.
Mrs. Gen. Ricketts has joined her daughter,
Mrs, Chauncey Burr, in Boston, and with
Mrs. Burr's Httlo daughter they will soon go
to Maine for the summer months.
Mrs. Richard Barry and the Misses Barry, of
1400 Fifteenth street northwest, will close
their house in June They will summer in tho
vicinity of Frederick City, Md,
Mrs. George E. Pickett and Mr. George A.
Pickett wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
A. Stedman, of Elm avenue, Jamaica Plain,
during their visit to Boston.
Mrs. Paran Stevens, of New York, who is
now In England, will take possession of her
home, Marietta Villa, Newport, R. I., the
latter part of June.
Mr. and Mrs. McRoberts (the latter nde
Speed) have arrived from their wedding Jour
ney, and are established for the summer at
Mrs. Isaac Henderson, of 1012 Rhode Island
avenue, and her daughter, Mrs. Lieut. Car
baugu, sailed from New York for Paris on
Miss Mario Balnbrldge, daughtor of Col.
E. C. Balnbrldge, of the Army, will spend
part of the summer at the Hygeia, Old Point.
Mr. W. H. Raymond, private secretary to
the Secretary of the Navy, is ill with Inflam
matory rheumatism at his home in this city.
Miss Wolhaupter, with Mrs. Hoegclsbcrgor,
will sail for Europo Juuo 17, and will spond
tho summer ln Germany and Switzerland.
Miss Lew Hilt, of MIddlctown, Ohio, is
visiting Mrs. Herschey, wife of Dr. Horseboy,
030 j3 struct southwest, for a few days.
Mies Eustis and Miss Lillo Eustis will pass
the summer at Mauchestcr-by-thc-Sca, where
they are expected to arrive in July.
Capt. G. E. Overton, of tho Army, retired,
has returned from a year's residence in Paris,
and is stopping at tho Woodmont.
Mrs. F. H. Willis and Miss Willis, of this
city, have engaged rooms for tho season at
Hotel Pemberton, near Boston.
Mrs. Julian G. Moore, of 014 Massachusetts
avenue, is enjoying a visit from her daughter,
Mrs. E. B. James, of Kane, Pa.
Mrs. Stone, mother of tho lato Dr. Robert
King Stone, is seriously ill at her homo on
Fourteenth street, above F.
Gen. Small, Assistant Commissary of tho
Army, MIbs Small, and Miss Rockwell, of this
city, are now in London.
The wedding of Mr. Harry McCauloy and
Miss Alice Herbert will take place in Alexan
dria Wednesday ovcnlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Maury Dove will remove to
morrow to their nowlv leased summer homo
Mrs. Sidney Everett and the Misses Everett
sailed for Europo laBt week. Thev will re
main abroad until fall.
Mrs. Levi W. Naylor will be at homo In
formally on Wednesdays, Juno 4 and 11, at
No. 514 M street.
Mrs. William E. Earle is now at her home
on Sixteenth Street, having just made a visit to
Mrs. Jefferson Davis and Miss Winnie Davis
are In New York City, tho guests of Mrs.
Mrs. McGlensey, wife of Capt. McGlensey,
of the Navy, is the guest of Mrs. Aylmer, of
1705 G street.
Assistant Secretary Nettleton and family
are housekeeping at No. 1 Cooke Place,
Mrs. Mary D. Crook, widow of Gen. Crook,
accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Read, is at
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Schneider and Miss
Helen Schneider have gone to Cape May Tor a
Mrs. Townshend and Miss Madeline Towns
hend aro contemplating a trip abroad this
Mr. Richard V. Oulahan, of the United
Press, sailed yesterday for a summer trip to
Gen. Gibson and family aro getting com
fortably settled In their new home at Eck
ington. Miss Pierce, of Baltimore, Is visiting the"
Misses Ella and Maggie Richardson, of Ana
costia. Mrs. Flndlay Harris, who has been seriously
ill for several months, is now able to be about
Miss Lizzie Folkert, of Manchester, Md.,
is tho guest of Miss .Minnie Wetzel, 406 P
Miss Nannie Ransom, of Harper's Ferry, is
the guest of Miss Niua Gunion, of 927 0
Mr. and Mrs. Jame6 Lowndes and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Pellew will sail for Europe in
Miss Cecilia DuHamel. of Sixteenth street,
is convalescing from a severe attack of the
Mrs. Mark Blum has returned from New
York to her home, 1010 South Carolina avenue.
Miss Bertha M. Hughes, of Georgetown,
has returned from her visit to Philadelphia.
Mr. W. Robinson Cox, of Now York, Is tho
guest of his mother at her homo on G street.
Miss Ola Gaines, of Casanova, Va., Is the
guest of Miss Cecil Paiher, 2119 K street.
Gen. Edgar Allan has purchased a hand
some residence in the northwest soction.
Dr. and Mrs. D. Olln Leech aro back from
a two months' stay at Fortress Monroe.
Mr. Walter Damrosch, son-ln-Iaw of Secre
tary Blaine, arrived in Berlin last week.
Senator and Mrs. Morrill and Miss Swann
have gone to Vermont for the summer.
Mrs. Capt, Gillls and MIbs Julia Glllls aro
making a short visit to Atlantic City.
Miss Emma Porter, of Ilarrisburg, is tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson.
Mrs. C. W. Messener, of Capitol Hill, is
visiting her parents at Sunbury, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Sylvester have re
turned from tholr Western trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tasker have sent out
cards for to-morrow evening.
Mr. August C. Bergheimer, of Richmond, is
visiting relatives in this city.
Ml6s Louise Breedin is visiting Mrs. Tllford,
of New Hampshire avenue.
The Unity Club gave their first outing of
tho season yesterday.
Senator, Mrs., and Miss Peffer, of Kansas,
are at 1801 K street.
. Mi6s Mary T. Tnomas is visiting relatives in
Mrs. B, B, French sailed for Europo yester
day on tho Aller.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hayes aro established in
Shoes Otld and End Sale.
Three hundred and twenty-five pairs ladies'
russet, goat, and Oxford at 98c, reduced
from $1.50. National Hotel Shoo Store, 409
Will you be
June 10, 1691 -
with us? Elks' excursion,
HAYENNER & DAVIS,.
928 and 930 F Streot.
WE HAVE REOEIVED OUR
New Styles and Choice
Novelties for Spring
IN LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES and SLIPPERS..
These goods are fresh from tho fac
tory, and we have them in all different
styles and materials.
OUR OXFORD TIES
In Patent Leather and French Kid and all s
Shades of Ooze Calf aro Fresh and New De
signs. MEN'S DEPARTMENT.
AVE ARE MAKING
MEN'S AND BOY'S SHOES
A Leading Feature In Our Business,
and have spared notlmo and money
to, get .'together the Finest and Largest
Assortment of all Desirable Styles
Hathaway, Soule & Harrington,
At $3, $4, and $5.
Patent Leather Ifand-Scwcd Shoes, S5. .
THE FIFTH AVENUE.
- Tailoring Company.
Ladies' Suits, Etc.5..v
J. PFLEGING, Manager. ..
(Formerly with J. W. Bell, -5th Ave.,
Now York. )
1016 Connecticut Avenue.
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(REGISTERED TRADE IMRlO
OFFICE AND SALES-ROOM, NO. 014
FOURTEENTH STREET N. W.
Wines of Absolute Ferity,
Direct from tho Vineyard of H, W.' CRA13B,
Oakvlllo, Napa County, Cal., to our vaults,
TWENTY-SEVENTET AND K STREETS N.
W., WASHINGTON, D. C.
Bpeclal Attention given to tho supplv of"
Private Cellars Furnished. Sweet Wines and
Brandies Furnished in Wood.
Telephone Call, 99S-3. de22-ly6
A HAPPI TEIO!
They Ride AMERICAN OYOUES on ,
American Roads, and. Are
"GO THOU AND DO LIKEWISE."
Gormully&Jeffery Manufacturing Co-
1825 FOURTEENTH ST. N.W.
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Has Removed from 1SB2 F Street to
1338 G- St. N. W.
Spring Styles Already on. Hand,