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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1918.
DANCING IN SOCIETY-CHARITY AFFAIRS-CLUB NOTES
SOCIETY'S CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK
MONDAY Mrs. William B. Anderlon, dince In the annex of the Metro
politan Club for her daughter, Miss Dorothy Anderton.
Concert for the benefit of the New York Cooking School, house of Mrs.
Pierre Mall, 8 Fifth avenue.
Mrs. William Church Osborn, 40 East Thirty-sixth street, a dinner for
Miss Margaret Louise Schleffelin.
Christmas sale for the benefit of the New York Exchange for Woman's
Work, home of Mrs. Carl A. deGersdorff, 39 East Sixty-fourth street.
Frederick H. Baldwin, a the dansant, Sherry's.
Mrs, William Rasmus, a luncheon at her home, 067 Madison avenue.
Mrs. Henry Seligman, 30 West Fifty-sixth street, an afternoon bridge
Mr. Bagby's musical morning, the Waldorf-Astoria.
TUESDAY Mrs. Henry S. Redmond, a dinner dance. Hotel Plaia.
Mrs. Louis Duller McCngg, 18 East Eighty-fourth street, a coming out
reception for Miss Augusta McCagg.
Mrs. Charles Elliot Warren, 326 West Eighty-ninth street, a coming
nut reception for Miss Margaret R. Warren, followed by a theatre party
and supper at Delmonico's.
First of the Midwinter Dances, Sherry's.
Miss Annie C. Goddard, a luncheon at Sherry's.
Mrs. David M. Morrison and Miss Abby Morrison, 20 East Forty-ninth
street, an afternoon reception for Mrs. Lewis B. Woodruff.
Mrs. William H. P. McCoy and Miss Louise Freeman, an afternoon
reception, 640 Madison avenue.
Mrs. Charles H. Murray, afternoon reception at 50 West Forty-fifth street.
WEDNESDAY Countess del Sera, 10 West Fifty-third street, a dinner for
Miss Helen Dinsmore Huntington and her fiance, Vincent Astor.
Mrs. Cornelius C. Cuyler, a dinner dance, Sherry's.
Mrs. Riley M. Gilbert, luncheon for Miss Annie Gilbert, Sherry's.
Mrs. Arthur B. Emmons, 60 Park avenue, a coming out reception for
Miss Elizabeth W. Emmons.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stevens, a dinner, Hotel St. Regis.
Mrs. Edward A. Manice, 100 East Sixty-fourth street, a dance for Miss
Sale and reception at the Art Workers Club for Women, 224 West Fifty
Dancing tournament for the benefit of the Bloomlngdale Day Nursery,
THURSDAY Mrs. William Church Osborn, 40 East Thirty-sixth street,
reception for the Thursday Evening Club.
Bridge and the dansant for the benefit of the Winifred Wheeler Day
Afternoon sale for the benefit of the Babies Hospital, home of Mrs. Oliver
G. Jennings, 7 East Seventy-second street.
Moving pictures and dance for the benefit of the Music School Settlement,
Mrs. Stuart Duncan, 3 East Seventy-fifth street, a dinner.
Mrs. James Christy Bell. 30 West Thirty-seventh street, a theatre party
mid dance for Miss Mildred Dennis.
Mrs. Henry S. Redmond, a dinner, Plaia.
FRIDAY Dance for the benefit of the Dnbbs Neighborhood House, Plaza.
First for this season of the May Class Dances, Delmonico's.
Mrs. E. Huntington Fallows, coming out reception for Miss Annette
Mrs. J. Amnry Haskell, dance at Sherry's for her niece, Miss Charlotte
Mrs. Eugene Klapp, coming out reception for Miss Elizabeth Klapp,
Howard Taylor, IP East Sixty-fourth street, a dinner for Miss Eleanor
Mrs. Courtlandt P. Dixon, a dance at Sherry's for Miss Louise Dixon.
A dance at Sherry's for Miss Estelle Hall.
Mrs. Harmon B. Vanderhoef, 40 West Fifty-eighth street, a dance for
her niece, Miss Ella May Thomas, a debutante.
Mrs. John V. Rouvier. Jr., a the dansant for Miss Edith Bouvier, Sherry's.
SATURDAY First for this season of the Saturday Evening Dances, Del
monico's. Mrs,. Wendell C. Phillips. 40 West Forty-seventh street, coming out
reception for Mis I.ucia Edita Phillips.
Mrs. A. Barton Hepburn, coming nut reception for Miss Cordelia Hep
burn, Colony Club.
Mrs. E. Hicks Merrick, the dansant for her debutante daughter, Miss
I.ouisc Herrick. Sherry's.
Mrs. Herbert Gardiner Lord, coming out tea for Miss Lucy Lord, 623
U'est 1 1 Jill street.
The dansant for the benefit of the Babies Guild of the Post-Graduale
Hospital, Hotel Gotham.
Mrs. Jules S. Bache, 8 East Sixty-seventh street, coming out tea for Miss
Mrs. George L. McAlpin, 9 East Ninetieth street, coming out reception
for Miss Flora McAlpin.
Continurd from First Page.
Thomas Rakowoll. Howard Rrokaw,
Charles M. Connfolt. Frederick P. Dcla
lleld, Frederick A. de Peyster, James M.
Hurtshorno, Charles II. Keep, Anson M.
Heard, E. S. Jaffniy .McVlckar. Junius
Parker. It. Stuyvrsant I'lerrepont, V.
Ross I'roclnr. William A. Head, William
C. Kheldon, Edmund S. Twining, Harri
son Williams, Arnold Wood. Adams
HatCholler. Llndsley 'Tappln, De Witt
Parshall, J. 'Prentice Kellocs nnd Henry
Abbott. . , .
At the residence of Mre. Oliver O.
Jennings. " Knst Seventy-second street,
on Thursday afternoon the managers of
the Babies Hospital of this city will hold
- a sale of fancy and useful nrtlclcs suit
able for Christmas sifts. Tho managers
have Chrlftmas in mind and anticipate'
a hearty response from those who wish
to make Christmas purchases and at tho
Kuno time help 11 worthy charity.
The articles which will br placed on
. rale Include boudoir novelties nnd requl-
Kites, many of them brought from Paris,
dainty slippers, laces. scarfs, lamp shades,
pillows, S.c. There will bo a "generous
gonso" and other attractions for the
children, while for grown folks tea -will
ne served and there will bo dancing.
At the novelty nnd boudoir tnbln with
Mrs. Jennings will be Mines. Ernest CJ.
Htlllman, AW Onadby Lnow, C, W. Ham
tnlll, Roswoll Miller, Ira Harrows. Shel
don Fuller and M, Allen Starr. Assist
ing at the utility table will he Mines.
Andrew W Stout, Ernest U. Adee. .1.
Horace Harding, Iteevo Schley, William
II. Vntts, Edward Van Incon, .1, Fron
tlco Kellogg, II. P. Hartlett and Henry
M. Alexander. Others who will usslst
at tho sale Include Mines. Edward T. H.
Talmnge, Theron G. Strong, Charles
Kellogg, Robert Hoe nnd John J. Knox.
Hie Misses Caroline Morgan, Maude Cur
l's, Ellen Adee, Anna n. Evans and
Emily N. Tremuln.
The hospital hoard of managers In
cludes anions Its members Mines, Daniel
S Latnoiit, Andrew Carnegie, Frank
M. Kcech, Uertram H. Tlorden, CornellUH
R, Agncw, P. A. A'alentine, Henry I.
lilker. Henry Pnlno Dartlett, Itoswell
' Miller, Jem FJ. AVIckwIro nnd Kdward
A. I.o P.oy.
' Tti annual fale of decorative nrt work
for the benefit of the Art AVorkerH Club
for Women will be held nt the club, 224
West Flfty-elnhth street, on AVednesday
and Thursday, from 11 to 6. Thero will
be on ia!o casts of TaniiFtra flRurcs,
Rna1mmncn busts and medals colored
by artists, nrtlstlo brass and lacquer
work, portfolios, articles fur tho tea,
table, original designs In calendars and
Christmas cards, boxes handsomely dec
orated and lamp shades. Among thoaa
Interested In tho sale are Mrs. Kroncla
Rogers, 1Uis Conatunce Curtis, Miss
Iiwrence F. Abbott, Itobert W. ih
I Forest, Jacob H. Schiff, Harry H. Flac-
J lcr and Miss Chrlstino V, Maker, chalr-
Georriana Howland. Miss Martha nax- n,lin' '''rtorre boxes at tinn are sell
ter, MMs Grace Schuyler do Luze. Mrs. inK w-"'
1 naries m. i onnieii, .miss .losephlne
Paddock, Miss Elizabeth Curtis, Mrs.
GeorKC Snell nnd Mrs. Arthur M. Sher-
Several debutantes of this and last
season are Interested In the dance to be
ImM In th lOfivn lilt.nn. t.'.l.i
nlirht for tho benefit of tho Dnbbs Dav
Nurserv nnd Nelirhhnrbon,! 11m,.. i
Fast Klality-slxth street. Some of the
.vounir people from whom tickets may be
obtained at S3 each are the Misses Louise
Trevor, Flora McAlpin, Louise T, Hutler,
Katherlne Porter, Mary M. Parsons,
Dorothy Adrlance. Sybil A'ounc. Kstelle
Itoineyn. A'oulettl Proctor, Kllzabolh
Kendall, Mercedes de Acosta, Anna
Cronkhlte, Helen Hyde, Lydla C. Hut
ler nnd Aucusta McC'acc.
Tho patronesses Includn Mines. Ed
ward S. Harkness, J. Allen Townsend,
J. Colby Colgate, William Adams Hrown,
C. Grosvenor AVyeth. 15. Francis Hvde.
Gcorce McAlnln. Arehur Corliss .l.m,.
Crawford Burton. Joseph Auerbach,
Charles Hradley. William Armstronc,
Harris Adrlance. Charles Ilnmeyn. How -
ard Carroll. Joseph AW Harrlman and
Many tickets have nlready hen sold
for tho Russian costume ball which will
be held In tho ballroom of tho P.ltz-Carl-ton
on the nlcht of December IS. So.
clety amateurs are rehearslnc for spe
cial dances that will bo Riven In the
cabaret In conjunction with the ball,
which is to assume to some extent the
cnaracier or a uussian carnival. Mrs.
Jiimes H. Lustls, Miss Julia Rnliblns,
..mm ..luiwoiei nun .iiissaosepnino,
Osborn are some of thoso who will ho 1
seen In the special dances. Thero will i
also be nn entertainment by profession
als. To add a toucfl of color to the nccn
slon tho members of tho orchestra who
will play for continuous dancing will
wear natlvo Russian costumes.
Several dinners will precedo the
dance, Mrs. Charles n, Alexander,
Mrs. H. Fairfield Oslwn, Mrs. Earl
Dodce, Mrs. George Clark and Mrs. H.
II. Rncers will be nmonc those who will
Many of the boxea have already been
subscribed for from Mrs. GeorKo
Draper nt 162 East Slxty-thlrd street,
who Is nlso receiving; applications for
tickets nt $5 each. The patronesses In
clude Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.,
Mrs. Oliver Iselln, Mrs. Goodhue Llv
liifston, Mrs. Theodore Douglas Robin
son, Mrs. Rtuyvesant Fish. Mrs. Rum
tier Gerard, Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson,
Mrs. Norman de R. Whltehouse, Mrs.
John Pratt nnd Mrs. Robert Bacon, Jr.
Mrs. Pierre Mali tiaa loaned her house
at 8 Fifth avenue for a concert to be
given to-morrow for the benefit of the
Now York Cooking School. Several
women prominent In society tin Inter
ested In the school. Tickets may lo
obtained from Mlss Susan V. Street lit
J 4a Turk nvenue.
Another entertainment for the pur
pose of ralslne money for the Music
School Settlement will be the Pavlowa
carnival nt the Metropolitan opera
House on tho afternoon' of December
19, to be followed by n ilusslan the dan
sant. The carnival will be under the
direction of Miss Minnie Leslie and a
committee composed of the boaid of ill
rectors of the Musi, School Settlement,
I which Includes' Mrs. Miles Carpenter,
1 Mrs. Howard Mansfield, Mrs. Adolph
! Iowlsohn, Mrs. .lames It. M.ihon, Mrs.
1 (ieorfie I,. Nichols, Miss Laura .1. Post,
J Mrs. William Itoss Proctor. Mr. and
I Mrs. Kudolph V.. Schlrmer, .Mrs. Arthur
II. Scnbner. Frank H. Simmons, Mrs.
I , Wlllnnl StralBht. Mrs. CeorKe M. Tut-
, ( tie, Mrs. Frederick T. Van Huron. Mrs.
' II. MontOKiie Vlckers, Mr". Albert II.
I U'lsirln, Chester Holmes Aldrlcli.
iiootsn V. Hiker. Jr., Mrs. Sidney C.
More, Miss Helen Hrlce, Miss AKties
Carpenter, Henry P. Davison, Mr. and
Mr. Charles Ile.iley Dlton, Hl"'tt S.
Dodson, Itobert lliirtshorne, ICllwood
Hendrlck, Mrs. Frances I.. Hhie, Mrs.
I'-reilerlck Trevor Hill, Otto 11. Kahn.
AmonK the encasements rerently nn
nounced was that of Miss Alice f.
Wardwell, d.iuchter of Henry L. Ward
well of Sirinclleld Centre, N. V and
this city, to Harold (ills, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles II. Otis of Hrooklyn.
Miss Wnrilwoll Is a sister of the
WM' nnten.-e and Minere Wardwell,
. w,ln llv'' 1,1 ''s l-lst Seventy-ninth
The social event of the past week in
Hrooklyn was the reception by Mi.
, Kdward C. Hlum to Introduce her daugh
ter. Alice Isabel Hlum, on Friday af
ternoon. The bonce on Prospect Park
1 Plaza, one of the handsomest In Hrook
lyn, was a in.us of flowers, debutante
baskets and bouquets.
Mrs. Hlum wore a cown of pale bine
velvet, trimmed with cream lace and
i fur. Miss Hlum, oarr.wnc a bouquet of
pink roses, received In a cown of -white
I moire witn a tulle tunic.
T1,,,M' ''-""'d m rcceivlnc were
Mlss T:i1"" ' ''"'I'Uian. MIsh Janet
1 """r". -Miss Alice Cordler, Miss liunli n
,'''''h('r' MKs '"ril"" Walden. Miss
Ituth HlacM'ord, Miss Dorothy Klllott,
! Miss Helen Ki ne, Miss Kathleen Dunne,
Miss Jessie Hopkins, Miss Dorothy
Luckenhach, Miss Dorothy (Juyon, Miss
Helen Slmms, Miss Hazel Hutchinson,
I Miss Gladys o'Hryan and Miss May
. Allls of New Haven. ,
I About a hundred or more yoiinc peo
ple attended the dance in the evenlnc,
A weilillniT In I.r.iinv tlilw mnnlli ,if
' interest In New York will bo that of
, Miss Frnnces Constnnco Fnlsoni, iliumh-
t,.r of Mr. and .Mrs. Georco Wlnthrop
Folsom of this cllv and Lenox, in
Cleveland Hlcelow. son of Mr. ami Mrs.
Joseph S, lllcolow of Huston. It will be
celebrated in Trinity Church, Lenox, on
December 27 and will be witnessed by
many relatives and friends from this
city and Huston,
One of tho last of this month's wed
dines will be that of Miss Maude 1 1,
Aldrich, dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. Sher
wood Aldrlcli, to Stanley Matthews, a
son of Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Matthews
of Cincinnati. It will tako placo in
Calvary Church, Fourth iivenun nnd
Twenty-first street, on the afternoon of
Miss Aldrlcli has chosen Miss Mar
garet liurrouchs of London, England,
a class mate, as her malil of honor,
nnd tho other attendants will be the
Misses Mary Aldrlcli, Mary Matthews,
Mudelalne AMiwcll of Plalnfleld,' N, J
and Marin Halsted, Miss Helena
Melssner, a nlecn of the bride, will bo
tho flower itlrl.
Shirley Morpon of Cincinnati will nrt
as best man, and the ushers wilt Include
Htanley Wymau Aldrich, brother of t'ho
bride: James II. Gorham of this city,
Frank D. Adams, William Proctor
Matthews of Clncinnntl, Franklin Mor
rell and CaNit Hrewster of Kllzalcth,
N. J. There will be a reception after
the ceremony at
bride's parents, 29
MP ';"mP,"f """Mrs. Philip A. Sawjer. Mrs. William (t.
AAest I lftleth etrect. , v.i Planck. Mrs James A. TrowbrldRe.
The weddlntc of Miss Charlotte Cram,
dauchter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Cram of this city nnd Lenox and
KramldaiiKhter of Kgerton L. Wlnthn,
to Itoliert L. Fowler. Jr., son of Surro
gate and Mrs. Tlobert I.. Fowler, will
be celebrated on January 5.
MKm MarKaret Ixiulse Schleffelin. a !
dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. William .lay
Schleffelin. will be amonK the early
brides of the new year. Her weddlllK
to Frederick H. Ostiorn of this city will
be celebrated on January 12. The ep.
casement was announced last sprlnc.
Mr. usborn is the eldest sun of Mr. and
Mrs. William Church Osborn of 40 Fast
Society was Interested In the wedding
last week of Miss Esther Moreland,
diuchter of Mr. and Mis. Andrew M.
Moreland of Plttsburc. to Henry E.
Oelriehs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
M. Oelriehs of this city anil Newport.
It tool; place on Thursday and was
celebrated quietly In the rectory of St.
Patrick's Cathedral, only relatives nnd
a few intimate friends beluc present
for til" ceremony. The Itlcht Rev. Mcr.
Lielle, rector of the cathedral, offici
ated. There were no bridal attendants.
Leonard M. Thomas, brother-in-law of
the bridegroom, acted as best man.
Immediately after the ceremony there
was a wedding breakfast In a private
suite at the Hltz-Carlton, where Miss
.Moreland had lieen staying with her
parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oelriehs sailed
yesterday for Europe on tlm Herlln.
They will remain abroad for about four
months anil will nfterward live In
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robeson, who
wete married In Newport nt the home
of Mrs. Itobeson's mother, Mrs. Ellsha
Dver, on Monday, sailed for Europe on
Wednesday for an extended trip abroad,
Mrs. Robeson was Miss Laura Patter
son Swan, daughter of Mrs. Dyer by a
former marriage. Tho wedding cere
mony took place quietly nt Wnysldc, the
villa of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dyer, the Rev. Dr.
Emery II. Porter of Hninnuel Episcopal
Another recent wedding of Interest
was that of Miss Dorothy Fowler,
daughter of Mrs. Anderson Fowler of
this city, to George Saltonstnll AVest of
Chestnut Hill. Mass., at the home of the
bride, (10 East Sixtieth street, on No
vember 20 last, The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Endlcott Peahody
of Groton, Mass,
The bride had Miss Elizabeth Sher
man Hoyt as her maid of honor, nnd
the other attendants were the Misses
Agnes Fowler, Rose Saltonstnll, Janet
Kissel and Vera G, Hloodgood. Qulnoy
Shaw, brother of the bridegroom, was
the best man, nnd Harold Fowler.
Robert Morgan. Ha yard Tuckerman, Jr.,
Prescott Woleott, John Tucker and John
K. Ilolllns wero the ushers.
GENERAL NOTES OF SOCIETY.
MEM mitts of the St, Christopher
League will present Robert Mar
shall's piny. "Ills Excellency The
Governor," at tho Plaza on Friday eve
nine. December t. This will bo the
fourth annual performance by tho league
for the benefit of the Nursery and Child's
Hospital. Tho cast la made up of Miss
Ella Marian Llndley, Miss KUunor Du
llols. .Miss Elinor Lapham, Miss Eleanor
Itattlett, Lauren Cat roll, Karl S. Fred
erick, John ,L P, Thatcher, Frank Cun
ningham, Dwlght Franklin, John P. H.
Perry. William Zinsser. Jr., W. Edgar
Haker, Jr and Dalatleld Du Rols.
The patronesses Include Mrs. Henry C.
Adams, .Mrs. John S. Halrd, Mrs. James
Christy Hell, Mrs. George II, nenjamln,
Mrs. William H. Hurr. Mrs. A'ernon N.
Davis, Mrs, Joseph It. Guernsey, Mrs.
William KiiiRHland, Mrs, James Lees
Laldlaw, Mrs. Heth Low, Mrs. William
AW McAlpin, Mrs. Benjamin Nlrnll, Mrs.
piimh v. Rogers, Mrs. Algernon H.
Bulllvun, Mrs. Henry A. Todd, Mrs. Julius
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Hiibbell Seymour, Mrs. (iuy Van Anirlnue,
Mrs. James S. Whitman, 'Mrs. Frank S.
Wltherbee, Mrs. Jatne V Chalmers, Mrs.
AsMon Crosby Clarkson, Mrs. Henry
Mills liny. Mrs. Wllll.im II. Harris, Mrs. !
Lewis II. Laphani. .Mrs William II. IMp-.
! Mrs. Wllll.im M. Peck. Mrs. Miiyo-Smllh
ami Mrs. l-iiiiik L. MontiiRiie. Tickets
are J :i and may be obtained from Miss
Lis.i Todd of S21 West Lnd avenue.
Walter L. MrCorkle. president of the
New York Southern Society, will preside
at the annual dinner of the society,
which will be laid on Wednesday eve
nine .it the Waldorf-Asturln. The ban-
quet hall will be decorated with the ro.its
iniw aril the state ll.ips of the .u !i
ern State and alo the American fl.is
AmonK the stakeis exp.H'ted are M.t't,
Kline, M.ior-.'leit John I'urroy Mlt. h'l,
Attnrnej ilen.r.il J. C Mi-lteynolds, Prof
K.tliiKh C. .Mlimr of the t mvcrslty or
virmnla and ludle Fold Malone Tin
,r:ny will be lepresented by llrlg-Gni.
'Thomas II It. 1 1 and the Navy by Capt
! Albeit Cf.ies, Commandant of the
llrookln navy yard.
I Among nth, rs who will be present are
George Austin MorrK Jr. president of
the St. Andrew Society; Charles W. How.
line, lee-prtsident of the St George So.
clety. Edward E. MeCall. piesldent of
the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, the
Itev. Charles' A Eaton, president of the
Canadian Society. Gen. Henry T. Hong, i
las, command' r of the Confederate Vet
eran Camp. William II. Truesdale, presi
dent of the Ohio Society. Albert Itltrhie.
president of the Mill land Society. Hntns
L. P.itteron, president of the North C.iro
Una Society, Augustus Van Wyck, presi
dent of the South Carolinians. William
Harmon lllack, president of the (ieorgla
Society. Dr. John A Vcth, president of
the Alabama Society; Richard Held Hog
ers. president of the Kentucky Society;
John C. Lonsdale, president of the Ten
nesK'e Society, Halnbridge Colby, pnsl-
(dent of the Missouri Society; William de
II Washington, president of the West
Virginia Society, James H. Westrott, I
president of the Delaware Society and
Charles F. Mat hen son of the New Eng.
At the charity ball of the Young
5 Women's Hospital Guild at the Plaza on
liiursiiay eetung tnere win ne an eiu
bltlon of the new dances by members ot
the guild. Miss Edith Phillips and Hol
land Judklns, will dance the maxlxe, and
Mr. Judklns will also do the French waltz
with bis partner; Miss Clay Hardin and
Joseph White will dance the Argentine
tango and Miss Marguerite Jneqtiette and
Harold Lent the Texas tommy. After
the exhibition there will be general danc
ing. The patronesses for the evenlna Include
Mrs. Wendell r. Phillips, from whom tick
ets may be hud , Mrs. John L. Adams,
Mis. Lincoln limber, Mrs. Oirar Hi'tg
strom, Mrs. lleorge A. Hickliell, Mrs. E.
II. A. Corre.i, .Mis. .1. .1. Cunningham,
Mis. Charles Curie, Mrs. S. E. Daven
port. .Mrs. Clifford De Mott, Mrs. Frank
lin P. Duryea, Mrs, Philip S. Dyer, Mrs.
John A. Fnrdyce, Mrs. (leolgo F Greg
ory. Mrs. William II- Raskin. Mrs. II
Van Cortland! Unmans, Mrs. Charles E.
Peck, Mrs. Herbert Dean Loimsbury, Mrs.
Charles E. Mitchell, Mis. E. N. Sander
son, Mrs. Charles Louis Slcard, Mrs. W.
I). L'Hulllier; Mrs. It. AVayland Smith,
Mrs. W. D, Pnterson, Mrs. .1. .1. O'Hrlen,
Mrs. Hurlork E. Ilabell, Mrs. Charles
O'Duy, Mrs. Henry II. Welsh, Mrs. Charles
E. Mc.Mamis, Mrs. T Itaytnond St. John,
Mrs. Martin J, Qiilun, Mrs. George Albee,
Mrs. Wilson A. Kltmear, Mrs. F. II. Car
penter, .Mrs. William S. Kidd nnd Mrs.
W. A. Redding.
The second annual benefit entertain
ment of thu American Dickens League
will hi, held at the Harris Theatre on
Sunday, December 14. The proccivds
from tho entertainment will be used to
endow Little Nell beds In various hospi
tals. The programme will Includn Mot ti
mer Kaphan In his portrayals of Dick
ens characters and .Miss Helen Wetmore
In English songs.
On tho honoiary committee are Cardi
nal Gibbons, the Rev, Joseph II. Hertz,
W, Rourke Cnckran, the Rev. Madison O.
Peters. Dr. Finest J. Lederle, Prof,
Franklin W. Hooper, Frnncls P. Gamin,
tho Rev. C. II. I'arkhurst, Miss Claudia
Carrania, Mrs. William Cummlngs Story,
Miss I.llll Gelse, Mlia Ardlana Carranza,
Miss Marta Tlnlco nnd Mrs, A, Eraser.
The annual danca of tho oarsmen of
the New York Athletic Club will be held
nt the Plaza on January 23,
For the benefit of the Consumers
League an entertainment consisting of the
national dances of various countries will
be given nt the Plasa on Tuesday evening,
January 6, The dances will be under the
direction of Ottoksr Hart Ik ot the Met-
inpohtan opera House, and aftrrwatd
there will be centra! dancing.
The committee in chare of the enter
taiiinunt consists of Mis. Elmer H. Hlick,
ch.ilim.iu. Mrs. Wlll.ird D. Straight, Miss
Hal rl"t Ale.ilid"r. Miss Grace Potter ami
Mis G. K. H. Wade. The p.ttroiii-sses in
clude Mrs. Theodore lloosevelt, .It., Mis.,
August H. lmont. Mrs. Frederick Edey.
Mrs. Louis Seaman, Mrs. I wls NKoii. I
M. M. Allen Unites, Mrs. William Ran-1
dolph Ibaist. Mrs. James Scr, Mrs. I
Daniel G. Uld. Mrs. Nelson Hetiiy. Mis 1
Samuel tnterm er. Mrs. William Curtis
D.'inorc"!. .Mis Seton Thompson, Mis.
Cl.neiir.. Shi am. Mrs. Ulllard D.I
Straight, Mrs. Albert Clayhuig. Mrs. C '
I. Hall. Mr Paul l Ctavath, Mrs. How-1
.ml .M.infie'.. .Mi- i :. K. H Wade, .bsi
C,i,i e I'ott.r. M. Harriet Alexandi" .
Mii Elsie Nuolt. Mrs. I'reilr. k Nathan.
Mis W. III. mi F MrCombs and Mis.
Amos Pincliot. j
.Mrs. Clmiles Vincent Paterno o' the
C.utli'. I!im rside Drue and lM'd treet.
has m Itatlons out for a number of
ent' rt.iinnients. She will ghe a lum hion
followed by bililge on December 17 mid
on December 2i a large dance. On Fri
day uftirnoon Mrs. P.iterno will give a
neeption w ith dancing.
Dr and Mrs. P.iterno shortly after the
new jiar will leave for California, whcie
they will remain about two months. Mis
Paternn's son. Lnlou llrown, who spent
the Thanksgiving holidays with his
mother, has letuined to the Syracuse Law
The Daughters of Ohio will hold their
lecular meeting in the east room of the
Waldorf-Astoria to-morrow afternoon. '
The programme will be In charge of thel
art (omniittee, Mrs. Edgar Melville Waid,
For the hem fit of Its charity fund a
dance will be given by the Ihbog Junior
Circle of the Silver Cross Day Nursery
at the Plaza on Tuesday ev lilng, De
cember :i". .Mrs. Wlliam Wallace Clen
denning, honorary prisldent of the circle,
is at work on the preparations and is as
sist' il by the other olhVeis, Miss Frances!
Simmons, president; Miss Muriel Hllss,
vim-president ; Miss Margaret Flnck,
treasurer; Miss Dorothy Hear, com'-,
"ponding secretary: Miss Adele Clinton,
h.ilrman of supplies, anil Miss Jennie II.
'ireenldge, chnlrman of the visiting com.
Some of the other young people In
crested in the dance ale Miss Helen
Sehrlner, Miss Mildred Chave. Mis
Ebaunr Rfiner, Miss Dorothy Fischer,
Miss Edna Fischer, Miss Amelia Liml
stedt, Miss Glad.vs St.vles, Miss Avis Pel
ham, Miss Edith Koch, Miss Heatrhe
Niikel. Miss Gula Howell, Miss Mar
guerite Smith. Miss Helen Burrows. Miss
Ada Titus, Mlis Angellque Hart andMlss
In aid ot tile Hlooiulncdale Day
Nurserv a dancing tournament will be
held at the Plaza on Wednesday evening
Them will be n demonsti ation of the one
step, the hesitation waltz anil the tango
by professionals. It will be followed bv
a contest ill costume In the one step, the
tango and tho hesitation waltz by
amateurs, prizes to lie awarded to the
best two dancing together. Tho exhibi
tion will be followed by supper and gen.
era I dancing.
The committee on arrangements Is com
posed' of Mrs. C. Valentine Schuyler, Mrs.
Charles do Dart Hrower, Mrs. Henry Fos
ter Sew-all. Mrs. William P Trent, Mrs.
Roger It. Williams. Jr., and Mrs. Mary
Crittenden Peicy. .Mrs. Thomas Dlmond
Is president of the Nursery ami the pat
ronesses for the entertainment include
Mrs. Arthur Murray Dodge, Mrs. Geoige
Albert Legg, .Mrs. A. Il.ii ton Hepburn,
Mis. William N. Guthrie, Mrs. William
T Goodwin, Mrs. John Dewey, .Mrs.
Henry It. Seager, Mrs. Henry c, Sinythe,
Mrs. Louis Livingston Seaman, Mis,
Charles H. Kquler, Mrs. James llarve
Robinson, Mrs. Henry D. Chupln, Mrs.
William H. Ttent. Mrs. Henry A'lllard
and Mrs. Eugeno Frayer.
The Widowed Mothers Fund Associa
tion, Mrs. William Einstein, president, will
give Its second entertainment to-morrow
at the Hotel Astor. .Mrs. Alma Claybiirgh
win give oeai numners, .miss Alma Wall
tier, uccompanlid by Honora Clayton Ron
ton, will slug folk Mings ; ami there will
be moving pictures of Sarah Hernhardt In
"Queen Elizabeth," fnncy dances by Mlss
Rosetta O'Neal nnd competitive dancing
with Mr. and Mrs. Sailing H.iruck as
Judges. Afterward there will be general
Mine. Mathilda Cottrelly will pour tea.
Mra Charles J. Opprnhclin Is chairman
of the entertainment committee and will
he assisted by Sirs. Edward Goodman,
Mrs. Charles Henry Israels, Mrs. Henry
Zuckerman, Mrs. Inwis U. Tim, Mrs.
Adolph Lewlshon, Mrs. Harry Kraft, Mra.
Henry Meyera, Mrs. Samuel Flaushelmcr,
MiM Elcvreor Town 3 a-red JJrlihag4ray
Mrs. Julia Nathan. Mrs w?nr.r norlen
hfiiner, Mrs. I'ercival S, Menken nnd Mrs.
For tlie benellt of Its Christmas fund
the t'nlvers.il Sunshine Society, Mrs.
Clnreiiff Hums president, will hold a
sale at the Hotel Manhattan on I'rldav
afternoon and evening. Mrs. P. F Frost
is In charge of the sale and the chairmen
of the various tables will tie Mlss Mil
dred Held, fancy work; Miss Marjone
Crane, candy; Mrs. Utile (i. Dutchcr.
cake; .Mrs. Philip Drsser. utility iirtlclcc.
Mrs. J. E. Murray, aprons. Mrp Robert
t Spencer, cioceries, and Miss Alma Wolfe,
A feature of the bazaar will bn the
giies'ing of the name of a Inree doll sent
by Mrs Wood row WiNon Its name is m
a sealed divelope, sent from the Will!"
In aid of the llethativ Fresh Air Hom
tlie Knickerbocker League will hold .
Christmas bazaar on Saturdav afternoon
and evening at the Hotel McAlpin. A
feature or the r.t 1 will be f.mcv danclnc
by Mr and Jlr Vinioii Cast'e. There
will be general dancing sto.
A Christinas biizanr for the benefit of
the l ieneh Day Nurserv will be held at
the Hotel MiAlpin on Tuesday, Decem
ber I. The coinuiittee on arrangements
Includes Mrs S. II. Schwartz. Mrs. E.
Dupre. Mis A. Lewinsky. Mrs L. Robin
son, Mi. D. Jordan. Mrs. Felix Levy,
Mis. L. Il'inheur, Mrs H. Slnshelmer and
Mt. Henri Crenler. Tfu will be. served
and there will be dancing.
There was a large attendance at the
musical tea given yesterday afternoon at
the Waldorf-Astoria bv the Nw Tork
Chapter of the Alumna Aoclatlon of
Trinity College, Washington. It pras
under the patronage of Mis, Martin H
c.l.wiii. Mrs. Edmund F. Adrian. Mis.
Arthur A inhere, Mrs. John IS Cloonan,
Mrs. George .1. Gillespie. Mrs. William .1.
Grace, Mis. Lawrence v Grogaii. Mrs.
J Henry Hagcrty. Mrs. William Mnrrls,
Mrs. Joseph F. Mulipiien, Mrs. Charles
Murray, Mrs. Edward H, Murray, Mrs
Morgan J. n'llrlen, Mrs. Charles E.
llnllahan, Mrs. Richard J O'Crowley.
Mrs. John Jerome Tiiomey, Mrs. Edward
J. Ryan. Mrs. John F. Shanley. Mrs.
Patrick Holohan. Mrs. Frederick Charles
Herford, Mrs. Charles A Jackson. Mrs.
Alfred J. Johnson, Mis John Kelly, Mrs.
Chatles F McKenmi, Mrs Theodore A.
Madden nnd Ml'. John D. Moore.
"A Masque of Culture" will be given
by the pupils of the Lfete School at their
annual entertainment on Saturday eve
nltig at the St Regis, The proceeds from
the enteitaliMiienl will be ued fur th
Quurtirlii V'ufei, the school magazine.
In the cast will be Mlss Jeiinnette Cohen,
who will lake the pari of .Vorrnfrs , Mlss
Helen Sobel as Conuriun, Mlss Pauline
Flnkelsleln as Mn rimfin, Mlss Nina
Heiog ns 7'urMu, Mlss Dorothy Schtl -man
as Zriinruii, Mlss llessle Hantaan as
rhiirluttr, Mlss Rose Melnlck as f.nrfv
,niie (lift, Mlss Elk. i Ilolzman nx Ore
trmlr iiud Mlss llessle Nathan as Mi.i.
The patronesses are Mis. Siegfried Ar
nold, Mrs. Samuel H.iiinuui, Mis. Joseph
Cohen, Mrs. A Flnkelsleln, Mrs. Oeortto
lleizog, Mis Elk.i lloiziuan, Mrs. Will
lam Laner. Mrs. Charles Leete, Mrs. Max
Melnick, Mrs. 1'liiciis Natliaii, Mrs Sain
iiel Schulman and Mrs. Hairy Soliel.
The first of the midwinter dancea will
lie held on Tuesday at Sherrv's. The pa
tronesses for the sorb's are Mrs Charles
Hlandy, Mrs, Gage E, Tarbell, Mrs. John
Phlibrlcl; Laflln, Mis. A. Clark Rlshel,
Mrs. John II. Simpson and Mis, Charles
Mrs. Frank Sheldon of 2H0 West Sev
entieth street will glvn an auction bililge
party on Wcdnesila.v.
Mrs. Francis C. Clark has cards out
for a bridge party on Monday evening,
December IS. It will be held at her apail
ment In the Marie Antoiiu tie
Mrs, Morton II. Melnhard will give a
dinner at Sherry's on Tuesday, Decern
ber 2.1, and Mrs. Julian II Meyer ul
give a dance at the Hotel Gotham on
Mrs. E. N Sanderson will entertain
with bridge at her home, 13.1 Rlvenldo
Drive, on Tuesday afternoon.
Mlss Glad.vs Eleanor iitgrnlMlm,
daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel flutwn
helm, ami Roger William Straus, son of
Oscar S. Straus, former American Am.
bassadnr to Turkey, wilt be inarrlai on
January 12. The wedding will take ptac
In the Hotel St. Regis.