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THE WASHHTGTON HEEAED, SUHDAT, JAHTJAIT 1, 1911.
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Orme was the scene of a masquerade
ball Thursday evening, when their daugh
ter. Miss Eloise Orme, received her many
friends. Those enjoying the hospitality
were Miss Charlotte Dorsey, of Mary
land, who Is the house guest, as a shep
herdess; Miss Vail, as shepherdess; Miss
Nanette Smith, as French maid; Misa
Anna Pennebaker, colonial dame; Miss
Pennebaker. old fashion girl; Miss Maris
Newton, army girl; Miss Blackwood, god-.
dess of liberty; Miss Beale, bride: Miss
' Davidson. Western girl, and her bouse
guest. Miss Qulnby, as folly; Miss Mar
garet Britton, ballet dancer: Miss Nesbtt.
Yaraa Tama man; Mr. Gillmore, as a
colonial gentleman; Mr. Mallan. hamlet;
Messrs. Bulkiey, Bert Smith, Robinson,
Clark. Stone, and Adams, as convicts;
Mr. Philip Orme, a burglar: Mr. Curtis,
aa Vuvu; Mr. John Daniel, as Buster
Brown; Mr. Robert Daniels, as mid
shipman; Mr. Panner and Mr. Wheeler,
as colonial gentlemen. Miss Orme looked
attractive as an old-fashioned girl.
Mr. Summerfleld MacCarteney has aa
his srueit for the holidays Miss Bergen, of
Philadelphia, and Mr. and Miss WhlttJe
i?y. of Middletown. Conn. All went to
Annapolis to attend the afternoon bop at
the Academy on Friday.
Miss Bessie Birch entertained at a dance
on Friday evening for her house guest.
Miss Eleanore Leaf, of Fort Washing
ton, Pa. Those invited to meet Miss
Leaf were Miss Dorothy Heiberger. Miss
Sophie Hodgkin, Miss Isabeile Johnson: J
of New York; Miss Rcbcrta Amies. Miss
Leila Bogleji Miss Kaie Alderman, Miss
Elsie May. Miss Georgie Stewart. Miss
Susie White. Miss Elizabeth Maddox.
Miss Virginia Houghton. Miss Evelyn
Stevens, Miss Mabel Darcey, Miss Louise
Darcey. Miss Evelvn Haycock, and Miss
Birch: Mr. Frank Seiler. Mr. Robin Bell,
Mr. Walter Bogley. Mr. Frank Evans,
Mr. Lewis Barrington. Mr. Vincent Smith.
Mr. Edgar Farquhar. Mr. Mac Baker. Mr.
David Karrick. Mr. William Waters. Mr.
John Naylor. Mr. Lanier McLachlen. Mr.
Colver, Mr. Haycock, Dr. S. C. Cook, Mr.
Roland Rodrick, Mr. Frank Schofield. Mr.
Walter Foster. Dr. Corbett, Mr. Edward
Herndon, Mr. Julius Fay. Mr. Claude
Owen, Mr. Charles Orme, Mr. Lester and
Reach Piatt. Mr. James Darcey. Mr.
Frank Pierce. Mr. Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Birch, crd Mrs. R. L. Norton.
Miss Roberta Amies, of Columbia road,
gave a tea yesterday from 4 to 7 in com
pliment to Miss Leaf.
Mrs. T. E. Ridgway. of the Kanawha,
entertained at "500"' on Thursday evening.
Those present were Mrs. J. R. Stuart,
Mrs. George Salter. Mrs. Margaret L.
Harvey, Mrs. R. S. Harrington, Mrs.
Edith A. MacCarteney. Mrs. Waldo C.
Hibbs Mrs. Charles Smith. Mrs. Middle
ton Woodville. Mrs. W. B. Hoover. Mrs.
Edward Kennedy, Miss Buckey, Miss
Bleecker, Miss Nancy Green, Miss Jose
phine Harvey, and Miss Tonita Ridgway.
Miss Alice Custard entertained a few
frionds at her home in Thirty-fifth street.
Miss Evelyn Freeman entertained at a
children's party Wednesday evening.
Anions? those present were Miss Orilie
Dix. Mii-s Ermine Wilson. Miss Mar
garet Waters. Miss Florence Waters,
Miss Helen Koons. Miss Theodora Cogs
well, Miss Seti.i Parks, Miss Margaret
Craig. Miss Elizabeth Fisher, and Messrs.
Raymond Freeman, Preston Freeman.
Samuel Koons, Joseph Crouse. and Miss
Miss Sybil Davis entertained at a large
dinner party Thursday evening.
Mr. Thomas Kibler. of De Sales Col
lege. Chicago, is home for the holidays.
Dr. Willis, of George Washington Uni
versity, was hit guest at dinner on Tues
day. Miss Helen Dix has gone for a visit to
Mrs. George H. Cooper is spending the
week-end with lier son and daughter in
Dr. William Hamilton, tenor soloist of
All Saints' Church. Chevy Chate. is vis
iting his sister in Pennsylvania
Mrs. A. B. Casselman has her cousin
from Baltimore with her for the week
end. Mr. and Mrs. Harden, of Thirty-first
street, entertained at 500 on Tuesday
evening. There were ten tables played.
Mrs. H. D. Beall and Mrs. W. C.
Gwynn have returned from Baltimore.
Miss Dorothy Beall, who has been the
guest of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. W.
B. Hoover, of P street, has gone to New
York to visit friends.
Mr. Bartlett Hoover, of New York, is
the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Hoover, for the holidays.
Mr. J. Perry Lippett, of Porto Rico, is
the guest of his sister and brother-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Bodowin Craighill, of
Miss Hannah Matthews is spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Matthews, of Thirty-first btrect.
Miss Lily R. Carter, of R street, en
tertained a few friends on Thursday aft
ernoon at bridge.
Mrs. John Miller entertained for her
daughter. Miss Sara Miller, at a pretty
dance on Tuesday evening at their home
in Highland avenue, Cleveland Park.
About thirty-five were present The dec
orations were Christmas greens, pink and
white azaleas and poinsettia.
Mr. John Herbert Doyle, of New York,
who was to spend Christmas with his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hadley Doyle,
of O street, was detained in New York
owing to illness, arrived Tuesday even
ing, and will remain until after the
The Thursday evening dancing- class of
Friendship Heights gave a pretty dance
at the Stratford Hotel last Thursday
evening. Among those present were Miss
Lillian Miller. Miss Ramona Croantton,
of Summerset: Miss Margaret Miller,
Misses Evlyn and Lucy Offutt, Mr. How
ard Mitchner, Mr. Kenneth Tcnnle, of
New York; Mr. LeUvnd Hendrey, Mr.
Hampton Jones, and Mr. Charles W.
Miss Henler Simpson, of N street, en
tertained her friends at a dance on Wed
nesday evening. Her guests included Miss
Margaret Stohlman. Miss May Kengla,
Miss May Marriott, of Baltimore; Miss
Francis Bietrich, Miss Helen Dyer, Miss
Elanora Boweis, Miss Jennie Darby, Miss
Aline Keady. Mr. Waller Burdette, Mr.
Fred and Will Stohlman. Mr. Ralph WU
too, Mr. James Duvall, Mr. Raymond and
Francis Moore, Mr. Edwin Dyer, Mr.
Brook Johns, and Mr. Capen, of Har
vard. The house looked most attractive
with Christmas greens and holly.
Mrs. J. McKenney Berry has as her
house guest her mother, Mrs. West
Bakcr7"and her cousin. Mrs. R. T. Bary
arly, of Winchester, Va.
Mrs. Florence Peas, of Dumbarton ave
nue, has returned from visiting friends In
Portsmouth, N. H.. TJoston, Connecticut,
New York, end Baltimore. -
Mr. and Mrs. David Greenlees, of Phila
delphia, are visiting; Mr. and Mrs. C H.
Cragin. ' .
The Misses Bootes, of 'Dumbarton Ave
nue, "nave, as their guest Mrs) James C
Mr. And Mrs. Berry-Early, Mrs. Prank
Daley, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henri
Mr. Ralph Gwynn, of Pittsburg, spent
the holidays with hki son and daughter.
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ME. AND MRS. WILLIAM A ETJE WHITE,
The latter formerly Mlaa Mary Lamond, who were married on Wednes
day, 'fhey will return to their fntnre home at Lamandi, D. C, Feb
visited the children and gave each a pres
ent. A cantata was rendered.
Mr. John Downing, of Harrisonburg,
Va., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henri
Miss Barbara Beedle, of Mount Jackson,
Va., is the house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Paul Allen, of Philadelphia who
has been visiting Mrs. John H. Beall, has
returned to her home.
Miss Jane Beall, of Cleveland Park, en
tertained at bridge in honor of Miss
Helen Easton, of New Jersey. The
house was decorated in Richmond roses
and poinsettia blossoms. A buffet lunch
eon was served.
Miss Gertrude Weaver, of Rappahan
nock, is spending the winter with Mr.
and Mrs. Byrn Weaver.
The Misses Duboise, of Q street, enter
tained Wednesday afternoon at bridge,
having seven tables.
Mr. W. Jefferson Davis has returned
from Philadelphia. Mr. Fenlmore French
Cooper and Miss Elizabeth Cooper came
from Richmond to spend the week-end
with Mrs. R. L. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. William Billard came
over from Baltimore to attend the fam
ily reunion held at the home of Mr. J.
Miss Bessie Davis, of Thirty-first
street, has returned from a visit to rela
tives in Virginia.
Mrs. W. D. Brace is spending the holi
days at her home in Frederick.
Mr. C. Glenn Blake is the guest of his
parents. Rev. and Mrs. Blake, of O
Dr. Young has returned after spending
Christmas in Maryland.
Miss Eleanor Bushee is the guest of
Miss Orilee Dbc.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonn D. Crommillcr en-1
tertained a party of friends Informally
Mrs. Reba Phelps was the guest during
the week of her sister, Mrs. Thomas
Mrs. Dom Bowling was
Washington this week.
Miss Iola Stanley, of Washington, was
the guest of her brother, Mr. Charles H.
Stanley. Christmas Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Evans Duvall and Miss
McCeney visited Mrs. Fitz Hindrichs in
RIverdale last Sunday.
Miss Susan Crommillcr visited in Balti
more tills week.
Dr. Connor, of Baltimore, was the guest
this past week of Mr. Page Crommiller
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. John Williams.
Mr. Bruce Overington is the guest for
the week of his mother, Mrs. Kate Over
ington. Miss Mary Burhus is visiting friends In
Miss Mary Gilbert has as her guest her
cousin. Miss Georgia Neely, of Warren
Miss Helen Hardy, of Washington, Is
visiting Miss Clotilde Mattingly.
Miss Maidee Roundtree, of Tennessee,
Is visiting the Misses Mattingly at their
Miss Edmonia Christian, of Baltimore,
is visiting Mrs. Frederick Dallam.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Snowden and Mrs.
Snowden's sister. Miss Ann Byrd, are the
guests of relatives in New York.
Miss Nellie Brown, of Baltimore, is
the guest this week of her cousin, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Basil Hopkins, of New
York, arc visiting at "Snowden Hall."
Miss Tolson, of Washington, was the
guest the past week of the Misses Frost.
Miss Laura Shaffer is the guest of
friends in Baltimore.
Mrs. Frank Shaffer and children have
returned from a visit to Mrs. Shaffer's
parents in Mount Rainier, Md.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris T. Heath, of Phila
delphia, were the guests of relatives here
Dr. J. L. Hartsock. of New York, was
the guest recently of his mother, Mrs.
Mrs. S. M. Hartsock is visiting her
brother, Mr. Lewis, in Frederick.
Air. and Mrs. Cox have returned from
a visit to relatives In Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clarkson have re
turned from- a visit to relatives in Hay
Miss Alice Israel was the guest of her
mother. Mrs. Israel, this week.
Miss Louise Barclay, of Baltimore, is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. A. John
stone. Mrs. John Williams entertained a small
company of friends on Tuesday evening
In honor of Mrs. Robert Williams.
The young ladles of Laurei tendered
their annual ball to their friends and vIsU
tors at. the opera house Thursday even
ing. Dancing began at 9 o'clock and con
tinued until midnight, when an Intermis
sion was taken for refreshments. The
hall and supper-room were tastefully dec
orated with holly, mistletoe, and potted
plants. The chaperons were Mesdames.
Carroll D. Frost, Frank W. Await, and
T. M. Baldwin. Jr. The committee in
charge was MIss Dora Aitcheson and
Mr. James Crandle. Among those present
were: Samuel Aitcheson, and William
Flester. of Philadelphia; Milton Hopkins,
of Havre de Grace: Misses Mae McCauley,
Nellie Wilson, Isabeile and Bertha Carr.
Miss De Coursey, Miss Kohles, and Miss
Rapp, of Baltimore; Harry Owens, and
William Beal, of Belay; Misses M. Ford,
Vera Hall. Helen Brox, Gertrude Ellen,
Maude Weinberger, Site Edwards, Miss
Repp, Messrs. Stanley Horner, Carl Bond.
Warwick Dante! Raymond Weinberger,
J. LeiUe VandeTift. C. A. BundlcsvFred
.HalL Daniel Arraler. of WaaKiBgton;
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Miss Gcraldine Waters, Savage, Md.; The
ron Smith, of Rockville; Mr. Hick, of
Ruxton. The following were from Lau
rel: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hill. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Beaver. Mrs. Keys, Mrs. George
French, Mrs. Frank Thies, Mr. and Mrs.
James E. Crandle. Mr. and Mrs. Freder
ick L. Flester. Misses Maude Brat-hears,
Emma Fisher, Marjorie Fisher. Mary
Keys, May Smith, Dora Aitcheson. Helen
Crandle. Gussie Bond, Bessie Lydard.
Mollie Miles. Lulu Tighe, Dena AitcheaVn,
Helen Frost, Mary Bond, Elsie Baldwin.
Miss Putnam: Messrs. Arthur Fulton,
Nimrod Fisher, George Bond. William
Thies, William Aitcheson. T. Linthlcum,
Lloyd Await, Walter Brown, Wilbur Ti
manus. Nelson Fisher, Mortic Tighe, Del
Fisher. Maynard Ellis, Harry Frost. John
and William Robey.
The young people of Laurel gave their
annual Christmas ball in the Academy
of Music Friday evening, making the
second big social event of the week. The
opera house was decorated elaborately
for the occasion and the event was one
of the most delightful ever given by the
Dancing began at 9:30 and continued
until the early hours of the morning.
A recast was served in the dining-room
of the Academy of Music at 11 p. m.
A large number of visitors were present
from Baltimore, Washington, and other
places. Music was furnished by the
splendid orchestra of Mr. T. A. Gray.
The chaperons were Mesdames James
G. Boss. jr.. W. W. Bowling. Don
Bowling, John D. Cronmiller, Frederick
Dallam, J. B. Mattingly. T. Watts
Bycrly. and William E. Gilbert.
Among those present were: Baltimore
Misses Grace Barclay. Margaret Wahl.
.Adelaide Strawbridge. and Miss Pierson:
Washington Mis&es Sarah Billard, Carrie
Bowie. Edith Murray. Anna Canby,
Nannie Tolson, Mae Rountill, Helen
Hardy, ana Miss Hetfield: Miss Georgia
Newton, of Warrenton. Va.: Laurel
Mioses Marv Gilbert. Susan Crommiller.
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! j,oUjsc Mattingly. Mary Kennedy. Clo-
tilde and Katie Mattingly, Ethel Gwynn,
Laura Sadler. Eliza Crommillcr, Emma
Sadler, and Mary Sadler; Mr. Walter
! Tolson, of Montgomery County: Mr.
I Walter Burnsidc. of Hyattsville: Mr.
Inneranty, Mr. and Mrs. Cltarles II.
Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gwynn.
Mrs. J. Biggleston. Miss Mary Golds
borough, Miss Margaret Goldsborougli,
Dr. and Mrs. R, H. Gibbons, Mrs.
Thomas A. Johnstone. Mrs. Dom Bowl
ing, Mr. Kennedy Percy Cassard, John
D. Crommiller, John Brewer, John Mat
tingly, Henry Winter. Harvey Stanley,
Reese Murray, Charles Stanley, jr.. Har
rison Canby, Austin Batson. Archibald
Mattingly. Mr. Gait, Mr. Revel. William
Raborg. William Stanley. Samuel J. Hop
kins, Mr. Warner, Mr. Emerson, and Mr.
Mrs. Lee Offutt was the hostess at a
luncheon Wednesday afternoon, her
guests including Mrs. William Dorsey,
Mrs. Robert N. Bayliss, Mrs. John L.
Brunett, Mrs. Alice Bouic, and Mrs. An
Rev. and Mrs. Howard G. England and
children, of Washington, visited Mr. Eng
land's lather. Mr. John G. England. In
Rockville during the week.
Mrs. Randolph Hall and little son, of
Poolesville. have been visiting Mrs. Hall's
parents. Rev. and Mrs. S. R. White, In
Miss Lillian Morgan, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William E. Morgan, entertained
at luncheon Wednesday afternoon in
honor of the nineteenth anniversary of
her birth. "
The Misses Prescott gave a dance Tues
day evening to a 'arge number of tho
young people of Rockville, the event tak
ing place at the home of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander F. Prescott.
A musical in the Baptist church Tues
day evening was one of the most enjoy
able events of the week. It was given by
the Rockville Church Choir, assisted by
Prof. Leroy BircK Miss Beelman. and
Mr. Jack Bowie, of Washington.
Miss Carter Penn Lewis, of Virginia, Is
visiting friends in Rockville.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Gartrell, of
Olney, have announced that the marriage
of their daughter. Miss Mary A. Gartrell,
and Mr. Louis Dorsey Davis, will take
place January 19.
Miss Anna L. Lewis, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. D. Lewis, of Clarksburg, and
Mr. Russell C. Grimes, of Frederick; were
married In Frederick last Tuesday after
noon by Rev. E. L. McLaln, pastor of
Grace Reformed Church.
Mrs. Everett M. Rlcketts and daughter,
Miss Helen, have returned from Balti
more, where they visited relatives.
Rev. and Mrs. Forrest J. Prettyman.
of Washington, visited relatives and
friends in Rockville during the week.
Mrs. W. H. Brooke, of Olney district,
has gone to Lexington, Mass., to visit
her daughter, Mrs. Edward Stone.
Miss Nora Rabbttt. of Washington,
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spent the week at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Babbitt,
Judge and Mrs. John E. West recently
visited friends In Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Strickland, of Ken
sington, spent Christmas In New York
City, as guests of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Garr Henry, of
Norrtstown. N. J., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. William J. Boothe, in North
Miss Christina Kemper, of Washing
ton, Is visiting MUs Cora Jones.
Capt. Henry Jewett. U. S. A., and Mrs.
Jewett. of West Point, N. Y., are the
guests of Mrs. Jewett's mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Douglas Luck
ett, of Ashevllle. N. C, and Mrs. Morton
Shafer. of Baltimore, are the guests of
their sister, Mrs. Gilbert Cox.
Miss Mary Luter, of Washington, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Luter, In Rosemont, during the week.
Miss Ada Jackson, of New-York City,
Is visiting Mrs. J. R. Mansfiefd.
Miss Mary E. Carlin Is spending the
holidays with friends in Ellicott City,
Lieut Robert H. Dawes, U. S. N and
Mrs. Dawes, who have been spending
the holidays with Mrs. Dawes" parents,
Mr. and Mrs.George Pryor Anderton. on
Braddock Heights, liave returned to their
home in Annapolis.
Miss Clara Shclsey, of Long Island. N.
Y., is the guest or Miss Mary V. Har
low. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Norris. of Rich
mond, are visiting Mr. Norris parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Norris.
Mrs. Harry D. Kirk spent the holidays
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rupert,
Miss Beall Daingcrfield is spending the
week-end in Annapolis, and was present
at the officers' hop at the Naval Acad
emy, on Saturday evening.
Miss Nina Carter, of The Plains, is the
guest of Mrs. Richard Henry Carter Bev
erly. Mrs. Philip Harrison, of New York, is
tho guest of her niece, Mrs. Albert Smoot,
In tho Fairfax.
Miss Elizabeth Hamar. of Washington,
is the guest of Miss Christina Hemper in
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barrett spent a
few days of the week with relatives in
Miss Julia Cone, of Richmond, is the
guest of Miss Jean Lloyd Brent
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Smoot have
returned from a visit to Baltimore, where
they were the guests of Mrs. Smoot's sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Webb.
Miss Blanche Stansbury, who has been
visiting her brother, Mr. Herbert Stans
bury, in New Mexico, has returned to her
home in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Paul have returned
from a visit to Mr. Paul's parents in Har
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCoy, Miss
Jeanie McCoy, and Master Malcolm Mc
Coy, who have been the house guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Staymaker. in
Rosemont, have returned to their homes
in Riverton, Va.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Charles E. Outcalt. who
spent the holidays with relatives in Bal
timore, have returned home.
Mrs. Herbert Templeman, of Richmond,
is the guest of Mrs. M. C. C. Peyton, in
Miss Evelyn Garner was married to Mr.
William M. Clampett on Friday, Decem
ber 23, In Grace Church, by Rev. Edgar
Carpenter. Only the immediate family
was present and there were no attend
ants. Mr. and Mrs. Clampett will make
their home in Richmond.
Mrs. S. F. Slaymaker has gone to Har
rlsburg to visit relatives.
Mr. George Washington Lewis is spend
ing the holidays in Frankfort
Miss Nannie Lippett. of Bcrryvllle. Is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. William
Mr. J. Lloyd Uhler. who has been visit
ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George
Uhler leaves to-night for Pittsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payne, formerly of
Baltimore, have bought a house in Rose
mont, where they will live.
Dr. Edgar Lyon Woods, U. S. N., and
Mrs. Woods, who spent the holidays with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert War
ren Anderson, have returned to their
home in Annapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shepperd and little
daughter, of Front Royal, Va., were the
guests of Mrs. M. C. C. Peyton, in Rose
mont this week.
Capt James Monroe Love, U. S. A.,
who has been visiting his mother-in-law,
Mrs. William B. Daingcrfield left on Fri
day for Fort Douglas, Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Kemper gave
a dance last Tuesday evening at their
home in Rosemont in honor of their
daughter. Miss Christina Kemper. Their
guests were Miss Cora Jones, Miss
Emily Johnson, Miss Esther Green, Miss
Esther Burke. Miss Sophie Sackett. Miss
Emma Carter, Miss Rebecca Lloyd, and
Miss Elizabeth Hamar, of Washington;
Mr. Richard Fawcett, Mr. Chapman
Evans, Mr. Frederick Taylor, Mr. Will
iam Brook, Mr. Purvis, Mr. Gardner
Carter, Mr. George Brent, Mr. George An
derton, Mr. Edward Kemper, Mr. Joseph
McCoy, of Franklin Furnace, N. J.; Mr.
Eldridge, of Washington, and Mr. Duke,
Mr. and Mrs. Phineas, of Dempsey,
attended a dinner in Washington on last
Tuesday, given by Brig Gen. Alfred Mor
decai In honor of Capt. and Mrs. Limeral,
U. S. A.
Announcement Is made of the marriage
of Miss Lillian E. Schwab to Mr. James
H. Pfeffer, in Portsmouth, on Monday,
December 26, by Rev. Wallah Dowdlng.
Miss Beall Daingcrfield had as her
guests at dinner on last Monday evening
Miss Elizabeth Herbert, Miss Hattie
Douglas, and Miss Katherine Steele' Bar
rett; Mr. James S. Douglas. Jr., Mr. Rich
ard Chicester, Mr. Edmund Pendleton
Hunter, Lieut Charles D. Barrett, U. S.
M. C; Lieut Ernest A. Perkins, U. S.
M. C, and Lieut. Alfred M. Humphries,
U.' S. M. C.
Miss Rosa McDonald entertained the
Senior Bridge Club on Wednesday after
noon. Those present were Mrs. T. Mar
shall Jones, Mrs. George Uhler, Mrs.
Charles Edward Nlcol, Mrs. Albert Smoot,
Mrs. Louis Barley, Mrs. George Pryor
Anderton, Mrs. Richard Gibson, Mrs.
Clarence C. Leadbeater, Mrs. Charles
Creighton Carlin. Mrs. William B. Dain
gerfield, Mrs. William J. Boothe, Mrs.
Hugh McGuire. Mrs. Gardner L. Boothe,
Mrs. Philip Harrison, of New York; Mrs.
George Garr Henry, of -Morristown, N. J.
Mrs. Albert Smoot made the highest
Mr! and Mrs. Alexander S. Suter gave
an Informal reception on last Monday af
ternoon at their home'in Rosemont
Mrs. L. W. Robinson entertained the
Five Hundred Club on Tuesday after
noon. Those playing were Mrs. George
S. French. Mrs William J. Boothe, Miss
Phil Wattles, Mrs. Albert Smoot Miss
Rosa McDonald, Mrs. Clarence C. Lead
boater. Mrs. Richard Gibson, Mrs. Arthur
Snowden. Mrs. Richard' Henry Carter
Beverly, Mrs. Philip Harrison, of New
York; Miss Josle Robinson, Miss, Clarice
Snowden, Mrs. George Garr Henry, of
Morristown, N. J and Mrs. Louis Scott
of WInslow, N. J. Mrs. Albert Smoot
and Miss -Rosa McDonald won the prizes.
Mr. and Mrs. William at
tained at cards on Thu
honor of Mr. and Mra;-"
Henry. tf Morristown,
ent were Dr. nd Mr
Mr. and Mrs. William
Mrs. Albert Smoot
rlsonof New York.
Miss Mary Hunt Roberts. Miss Alice
Robert,. Miss Elinor Leadbeater, Miss
Frances Smoot, Miss Elizabeth Boothe,
Miss Sarah Cox. Miss Marian Fletcher,
Miss Harriett Love, Miss Elizabeth Love.
fMlss Sarah KemperV- Miss Charlotte.
Kemper, Miss Isabell Boswell, and Miss
Elizabeth Faulkner. Mr. Jack Scott Mr.
Frank Johnson, Mr. Johnson McGuire,
Mr. Jack Leadbeater, Mr. Clinton Smoot
Mr. Gardner Boothe, Mr. Clarence Robin
son. Mr. Tom Wattles, Mr. Charles Car
lin, and Mr. Bruce Morton.
Mrs. George S. French entertained at
bridge on Thursday afternoon in honor
of Mrs. George Garr Henry, of Morris
town, N. J. Those present were Mrs.
William B. Smoot, Mrs. Richard Gib
son, Mrs. Thomas W. Robinson, Mrs.
Albert Smoot. Mrs. Louis Scott of Wins
low, N. J.; Mrs. William J. Boothe. and
Mrs. Philip Harrison, of New York.
Miss Dora Taylor, of Richmond, is the
week-end guests of Rosa McDonald.
The Alexandria German Club gave
their New Year's german on Friday
evening at the Elks Hall. The decora
tions were palms, running cedar, holly,
and mistletoe, and supper was served at
midnight The chaperons were Mrs.
Walter Roberts, Mrs. Kate Waller Bar
rett. Mrs. Alfred Roberts. Mrs. Albert
Doyle Brockett. Mrs. T. M. Jones, Mrs.
Gilmore and Miss Gllmore. of Chllll
cothe, Ohio; Mrs. George Pryor Ander
ton, Miss Rosa McDonald, Milss Cora
Cochran, and Mrs. William B. Daingcr
field. The german was led by Mr. James
S. Douglas, jr., and Miss Elizabeth
Gaines, of Warrenton, und Mr. Julian
Burke with Miss Nellie Uhler. Those
present were Miss Jean Brent Miss
Georgie French, Miss Hattie Douglas,
Miss Cora Jones, Miss Eliza Douglas,
Miss Annie Lewis Jones, Miss Alice
Chinn, Miss Mary Glenn Uhler, Miss
Elizabeth Lloyd. Miss Gay Lloyd. Miss
Mary Snowden. Miss Pauline Nlcol, Miss
Julia Nlcol. Miss Mary Philips. Miss
Katherine Steele Barrett. Miss Lila Bar
rett, Miss Katherine Uhler, Mrs. Lewis
Scott, of -WInslow, N. J.: Miss Marie
Sunstall. of Washington; Mlss Dora Tay
lor, of Richmond; Miss Dorothy Small
wood, of Washington: Miss Anna Nlcol,
of Washington; Miss Susie Dimmock, of
Norfolk: Miss Stella Carusi. of Wash
ington: Miss Elizabeth Howard, of
Washington, and Miss Davis, of Wash
ington, and Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Lloyd
Boothe. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry
Carter Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Percy
Evans, and Mr. and Mrs. TrTlmer Wal
ler; Mr. Conrad Johnson, Mr. Wallace
Lindsey, Mr. Edward Fawcett Mr. How
ard Smith, Sir. Madison Brown, Sir.
Robley D. Brumback, Mr. S. Hunt Rob-
Lerts, Mr. Robert Standing, Mr. Harry
Roberts. Mr. William Gaines, Mr. uar
nett Pitts, Mr. Griffith Uhler, Mr. Lloyd
Uhler, Mr. Taylor Burke, Mr. George
Brent, Mr. George Anderton, Dr. Vivian
P. Berry. Mr. Jack Stephenson, Mr.
William Brook. Mr. Robert Davis, Mr.
Daingcrfield Addison, Mr. Arthur Her
bert, Mr. Dennis Ramsay, Mr. Bankhead
Lee, Mr. Sam Howard. Sir. Windsor
Snowden. Mr. George Washington Lewis.
Mr. James Butner. Mr. Stuart Hunter.
Mr. Edmund P. Hunter. Mr. Jack Bar
rett. Dr. John W. Burke, Mr. Walter
Foster, Lieut. Charles D. Barrett. U. S.
M. C; Mr. Turner Marye, of Baltimore;
Mr. Eugene Carusi, Mr. Kent Roberts,
of Washington; Mr. John L. Marye, Mr.
Louis Ansley, of Columbia, S. C; Lieut
Commander Major, U. S. N., and Mr.
and Mrs. Moxley D. Low.
Mrs. Gardner Lloyd Boothe has Issued
invitations to a reception to be given
to-morrow from A to 6 in honor of her
house guest Miss Susie Dimmock of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Clagett. Wine
and Franklin avenues, entertained a com
pany at bridge whist Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Clagett scored the highest number
of points. The guests included Mr. and
Mrs. Franklin G. Tingley, Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman G. James, Mr. and Mrs. George
B. Luckey. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fuller,
Mrs. William Howard. State Senator
Charles A. Wells, and Mr. Harry W.
Dorsey. Following the games, refresh
ments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wells will re
move to Washington early next week, to
remain for the balance of the winter.
Mrs. Allen Griffith and infant son,
Lewis Webb Griffith, are spending the
holidays with Dr. and Mrs. Louis A.
Miss Gertrude Bunting, of West Point
N. Y.. has been visiting relatives and
Mrs. Reverdy Clagett and children are
spending the holidays with relatives In
Miss Vlrgie E. Brown has gone to Wil
mington and Clayton, Del., to spend 'sev
eral weeks with the family of Dr. James
S. Cobb, a well-known physician, of Wil
mington. Judge and Mrs. Byron Ambler and Miss
Laura Ambler, of Ohio, are guests of
Rev. and Mrs. F. E. McManus.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Riggles, of Sea
brooke, this county, announce the mar
riage of their twin daughter. Rose Cor
nelia, to Mr. George E. Gardner, of
Mount Holly Springs, Pa. The wedding
took place at St Mark's Episcopal
Church, Washington, Saturday last, and
was attended by only the members of
the families of the contracting parties.
Rev. Dr. De Vries officiated. After a
trip to Pennsylvania, where they will
visit the bridegroom's' relatives, Mr. and
Mrs. Gardner will return to Seabrooke,
where they will make their home.
Miss Nellie Williams, of Portland,
Oreg., a niece of Judge T. Van Clagett
Is spending the winter months at the
New Wlllard, In Washington. .
Mr. Roscoe C. Brace Entertains.
Mrs. Roscoe C. Bruce entertained last
evening at her residence, 1327 Columbia
road. In honor of Miss Madeline Hall, of
Cambridge, Mass. The evening was en
Joyably spent In dance and song, after
which a buffet lunch was served. Thoso
present were Miss Louise Wormley, Miss
Pearl Lewis, Miss Evelyn Moss. Miss
Ellen Lee, Miss Miriam W.ormley, Miss
Blanche Nallc, Miss Adella Parks, Miss
Jessie Parks, Miss Mary Powell Burrill,
Miss Louise Howard, Miss Lillian Evans,
Miss Parthenia Pylcs, Miss Margaret Wil
son. Miss Eleanor Curtis, Miss Sarah
Johnson. Miss Julia Allen. Miss Fairfax
Brown. Miss Beatrice Ridgley. Miss Imo
gene Clarkston. and Miss Mabel Wilson;
Messrs. J. B. Clifford, Chester Carpenter,
Maurice Clifford. W. B. Tucker, Cedric
Francis, J. Moria Saunders, Forrest
Washington, Dr. John Brown, of Pitts
burg; Clifford Terry, Joseph Martin, Se
vellon Savoy, Charles Turner. James
Cobb, Lieut. -Stanton Wormley, Dr. Sum
ner Wormley, and Roscoe C. Bruce.
THE OLD YEAR.
(Written for The Washington Herald.)
Good-by. Old Year!
With all thy hopes and all thj feats;
With all Uiy joys and all thy tears;
Wlta all the fake and all the true:
With all we tried asd-fafled to do,
Good-by. Old Year!
Good-by. Old Year!
We fain voald call thee back again.
To light the wrongs to fellow-men.
And multiply the better deed
We did to meet a brother' seed.
Good-by, Old Year! .
Good-by. Old Year!
When angel hands make 'record there.
If you can snbstitate a prayer
For fellow-men where we were wrong.
Twould turn onr atgUing into sons.
Good-by. Old Year!
Good-by. Old Year!
Bot if "Uajwrit to change ao awn,
Ask Him who seaa the page o'er
When He shall see where. wroags appear
To blot the out with afleat tear. ;
, Good-by., Old Year! I
PIBRBON H. BBJSTOW.
Washington, D. C, December S. MM. '
Par MtemUnm ' .ew Ycu IMC.
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IN THE MUSIC WORLD
Miss Mabel Roberta and1 Miss Hilda
Koehler were the soloists at a musical
service for enlisted men at Fort Myer
on Christmas evening. The numbers were
"Night of Nights" (Van Der Water), by
Miss Roberts: "O Rest in the Lord"
(from Elijah), by Miss Koehler. and a
duet "I Waited for the Lord" (Men
delssohn). A splendid programme was rendered by
Use- Apollo Orchestra, under the leader
ship of its director, Albert P. Johnston,
at the annual Christmas entertainment
of McKendree M. E. Sunday school, the
home of the orchestra. Wednesday even
ing, before an audience that filled the
Sunday school room to Its capacity. The
forty-three members .of the orchestra
presented Director Johnston a pair of
gold cuff buttons and the Sunday school
presented him a beautiful scarf pin. in
appreciation of the earnest work Mr.
Johnston has done. On Friday evening.
January 13. the orchestra will give its
second monthly free concert of the pres
ent season's series, to which its friends
and the public are most cordially In
vited. The Rubinstein Club had Its second
"Members' Day" last Wednesday morn
ing in the ballroom of the Arlington
Hotel. The programme', given by active
and honorary members of the club, fol
lowed a short rehearsal, and began at 12
o'clock. It was as follows:
la) "Xshoo at Her Lattico"
(b) "Birthday" S. Colendjc-Taylor
Mrs. Dayellc Taylor Welch.
la) "Dcs Abends" - Schumann
(b) "Noteletten." Op. TL, No. 7rili:..Schumann
Miai Katharine May BrooGT"
"O. Mio Fernando" ("La FaToriU")...Doniietti
Mrs. Estello Uulick Cunningham.
Soarenir . IrdU
Mis Helen Dodge.
"Vieni Mcco" T. Campana
fb) "Oh. That Wo Two Were Maying" Serin
(c) "Friendship" Then. Marzials
Mrs. Isaac Uans nd Miss Catherine Bates.
Mrs. Burdette at the piano.
At the close of the programme a Christ
mas celebration was held by the club,
when their conductor, Mrs. A. M. Blair,
was literally showered with gifts from
a hugo stocking filled by the members.
Mrs. S. M. Fabian spent the past week
in New ork, enjoying the opera and
other music. -
The third organ recital of the present
series will be given by Mr. Edgar Priest
in St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Twenty
third street and Washington Circle, this
evening at 8 o'clock. These recitals are
being largely attended, and the new organ
Is giving great satisfaction.
Miss Ethel Tozier has cards out for a
tea this afternoon, to meet Mrs. Peake.
There will be music.
An exceptionally good and Interesting
programme was given by the Friday
Morning Music Club at its last meeting.
It was Anton Dvorak's music, and was
arranged by Mrs. Day. She was assisted
by Anton Kaspar. violinist and Ernest
Lent 'cellist. Mrs. Day sang a group of
verv beautiful songs of that composer,
with much Intelligence and sincerity. She
Is as accomplished a pianist as she is a
singer. The programme was as louows:
Waldcsmhe. Adagio for Tioloncrilo.
Mr. Ernest Lent
"I Ciant Mr Lsr. a Hnnn of Lore."
"Hark! new My Triangle Sheds Its SilrTy
"Silent and Lone the Woods Around,"
"Songs My Mother Taught Me."
"Time Thv Stnncs- Oh GnJ."
"In His Wide and Ample. Airy Linen Vesture."
OoodY Heidita of Tatra Daring Falcon
Mrs. A. L. Day.
Ballada for Tiolin.
Mr. Anton Kaspar.
"Dumky," Piano Trio.
Lrato Maestoso Allegro Viraco
Andante Modcrato-Allegretto Schenando
Lento Maestoso Virace
Mis. Day, Mr. Kaspar. and Mr. Lent
Mrs Filzaheth Smith Maxwell, so
prano, was called upon, on very short
notice, to sing "I Know That My Re
deemer Liveth," In Ingram Memorial
Church, in the performance of Handel's
"Messiah," given by tho organist and
director, Mrs. Henry Hunt McKee. A
section of the Choral Society sang the
choruses under Mr. Hammer's direction,
and the orchestra parts were played by
Mrs. McKee and Mr. Arthur Mayo on
the organ and piano. Mrs. Maxwell was
enthusiastically received by the audience
and was greatly praised for her artistic
and dramatic rendering of that great
solo. The other solos were sung by stu
dents of Mrs. McKee.
Miss Mary Helen Howe Is spending the
holidays with her mother and sisters,
Mrs. Frank T. Howe and the Misses
Howe, in Brookland. She spent Thurs
day with her brother-in-law and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Garziglia. in -their
A special music service will be given
in the Church of the Covenant this even
ing at 7:30. preceding the regular service.
A string quartet will give several num
bers, Mrs. Roma Dcvonne Hempstead,
contralto, will sing some solos, and
Richard Lorleberg. 'cellist will play.
These artists will also be heard once
during the regular evening service.
A meeting of the Students' Club of the
Washington College of Music will be held
next Wednesday evening at the college.
Robert Franz and Edward MacDowell
will bo studied. Dr. Davis will read a
paper on Franz, and at roll call para
graphs will be given on the life and works
of MacDowell. A programme will be
given by the following vocal and Instru
mental pupils:, Mrs. Jennings. Miss Ger
trude Reuter, Mrs. Harriet Hough, Mr.
George Miller, Miss Cohencious, and Miss
Thompson. After the programme a so
cial time will be enjoyed.
Mrs. M. R. Waldecker's Musical Club
will meet every month at her studio. The
first meeting was on December 27, when
all her pupils were present The life and
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JAM. 3, for one week,
C. G. Sloan & to. (Inc.),
' 1407 GStN.:W.
B70a .Exhibition Monday atU
works of Beethoven and Liszt were takes
up, and only music bV these 'great com
posers was played. Next month tho lite
and works of R. Wagner and Haydn wllT
be the subject Different composers wiU
be talked about at each meeting.
The Christmas music at the First Bap
tist Church will be repeated to-day. Th
programme was a most attractive one.
In the morning the anthems will hpe
"Sing, O Sing, This Blessed Morn,' by
Leslie; "While Shepherds Watched,' by
Bartlett; "The Birthday of a King," by
Neldllnger. A soprano solo,. "Wake and
Sing," by Salter, will be sung by Mis
McFall for the offertory number.
In the evening ''the anthems will b
O Holy Night" by Adam, and "Beth
lehem," by Coombs. "Bethlehem's Guid
ing Star," contralto solo, by Marzo, will
be sung by Mrs. James Kerr Incidental
solos will be- sung by Mr. aud Mrs. W.
R. Bern'. Miss McFall. and Mrs. Kerr.
The personnel of the choir Is: Sopranos"
Miss Marlon McFall, Miss Lilly Wimer,
Mrs. L. M. Snyder: altos, Mrs. James
Kerr, Mrs. W. R. Berry, Miss Blanch
Miller; tenors, Mr. J. W. Wimer, Mr. C
R. Hannen. Mr. Wallace W. Fowler;
bassos, Mr. Walter Wooden. Mr. W. R.
Bern. Mr. W. Speiden. Miss McFall Is
the soloist and director and Mrs. Ed
mond Barry organist
BECEPTIOIT FOIL T. W. C. A,
Win Be Held To-morrow at V;
tloo Lodge la CherrydaUe, Va. -
A New Year's reception will be held at
the Young Women's Christian Associa
tion vacation lodge to-morrow from 2 to
8 o'clock. Members, friends, and strang
ers are invited.
This will be tho first New Year's cele
bration held In tho lodge at Cherrydaav
Va., and an attractive programme has.
been arranged. Miss Ludema, Sayrc, ex-""
tension secretary of the association, wfll
be in charge, and Miss Delia Graver wiU
assist The refreshment table will be In
charge of Miss Marian Cox.
At noon to-morrow, a luncheon will
be given by the Wise and Otherwise.
Club, In the association rooms, when,
covers will be laid for twenty. The dee
orations will be In the club colors, old
rose and green. Short talks will be given,
by Miss Frances E. Chickering on "Our
past;" Miss Ella Mellon, "Our present"
and Miss Ludema Sayre, "Our future.'
de Busy Lieblers.
The promise issued from the Llebler St
Co. offices a month ago, to the effect that
that firm would be represented almost
weekly in tho metropolitan first nights in
midseason, is being redeemed. Since tho
publication of that promise the firm haa
presented uiga ieinersoie m mair n
Magdalene" at the New Theater, Albert k
Chevalier in "Daddy Dufard" at the
Hackett Theater, and Louis N. Parker's
comedy of happiness, "Pomander Walk," -which
has scored such a hit at Wallack's.
New Year's the firm will add two more
to its New York attractions, with "Mar
riage a la Carte," a new musical comedy
by the author of "The Belle of Ner
York," at the Casino, and at the Broad
way Theater uustln Farnum, together
with George Fawcett Theodore Roberts
W. S. Hart and a number of other fin
actors, in Edwin Milton Royle's latest
Western play, "The Silent Call."
On the same day the same firm will
open two o' r important attractions out
side of Ne York City. In Detroit Mar
garet Anglln Is to give her first perform
ance of the Mason-Fleming comedy.
"Green Stockings." and In Toronto Lena.
Ashweil, assisted by Charles Waldron
and a strong American company, will be
gin her American tour in C. M. S. Mc
Lellan's latest play, "Judith Zaralne."
Edward Terry's Canadian tour under ,
Llebler & Co. management began Christa
Llebler & Co. plans for the near futu
include a Zangwill play for Viola Allen.
a new play for Wilton Lackaye. George
Arllss in Louis N. Parker's "Disraeli.' I
and the production of Hariett Ford's playl
written In collaboration with Judge Benl
Lindsey and founded upon the latter's
"The Beast and the Jungle."
A Triumph of Bealism.
One piece of realism at the Amphlon
Theater, Brooklyn, took hold of the spec
tators so forcibly on December 19 that It
made a deep Impression. In the course
of the drammer the poverty-stricken queen
of the highway finds it difficult to keep
the wolf from the door. The wolf got
more than usually enthusiastic on this
particular evening, chewed his way
through the netting that was intended to
hold him for a while, and dashed over
the footlights to watch the performance)
from the front Tho agitation amon&ths
spectators gave him the impression that
the noisy patrons should be -removed.
They were of a similar opinion. To speed
the parting guests, he sampled nine calves
on their way to the exit Not finding
tnem to nis taste, ne permitted his Keep- .
er to lead him back to his cage, where,
he now dozes, reminiscently dreaming' C
his wild Joy ride.
Domestic Troubles and Otherwise.
The story that Edna Goodrich was seek
ing a divorce from her husband, Nat
Goodwin, Is denied by both parties. Every
now and then this report Is circulated. -Miss
Goodrich has gone to Atlantic City
to spend the holidays, while Mr. Goodwin
Is at tho home of his father In Boston.
The story that Margaret Dale intended
to forsake tho profession for the flreaide
is stamped absolutely untrue by Miss
Dale, who says she will appear In a new
production In a very short ttmt
A great deal has been printed about the
separation of Lulu Glaser and her mis- ,
band, Ralph C. Herz. Mr. Herz has writ
ten a letter' to a newspaper printed la
Mount Vernon In which he stated that he
was living at the Hermitage Hotel In New
York, while his wife was residing with.
ner moiner in aiount vernon. tie says , ;
inero wiu uc no tuvurce, oui merruy- av
case of one going one way and the otbtfji
"Bought and Paid For."
by this time discarded. "The Naked fKI
than one, for business was wretched, and
iimess in me company made matters -1
worse. vMr. Dixey is rehearsing Georss tl
Braadhurat's new play. "Bought and
n.u it. TJ. .-,.. . w i SH
rmu rui. iut uuijuii una uvea m t -
gaged as his leading woman, and Edward tJ
Ellsler is the stage director. Mr. Dixey:- 1
Is playing under William A. Brady's i
Theater Fires. N
The Harter Opera House, in Wabash
Ind., was destroyed by fire on T)ecembr
The old Odd Fellows' Hall, once used
as a theater in Norfolk, Va., was buiasd,
out on the same date.
A fire in New Orleans on Friday of teat A
week damaged the Interior of the Shubert- 3
a neater, xue repairs win m pruuip ,
made, and the house will open In a weak;
Had Paaltlve Kaswledare. M
Englishman Have you any Dr333
noughts te America? &?
Vtnk Miirwrv. T married one. .
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Reforms more often are preventfld'tpt
mm who want them at ones- taMHafro
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