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WASHINGTON. D. C. .SUNDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1911.
"1 m a a.KM
kHB debutantes in Washington
have been firmly launched, and
the past week has seen five of
them formally presented to the
social world which forms so great a part
of the life In Washington. There have J
been others also who were presented
quite Informally. Teas will be almost
the invariable form of presenting this
year's buds. They will. In many cases,
be followed by dances later on, and be
preceded and followed by various lunches
and dinners, but the one formal enter
talnment for the Introduction Is the aft
ernoon tea. Some mothers have chosen
the afternoon hours for receptions, with
dancing, which can hardly be called
"tea," but the hours are the same, and
the arrangements much the same, save
that the host's name appears upon the
card of Invitation with the hostess In
stead of the hostess' name alone with
the debutante's. The dancing Is sure to
make things more charming for the
guests and assistants among the young
people, and almost takes the place of two
It has been a busy week for dinners
and luncht-ons, and two of the embassies
have been the scenes of smart dinner
companies The home of the Secretary
of the Navy was the gayest spot In
"Washington Friday eenlng, with its din
ner company and dancing in the ballroom
afterward. The same was so of the home
of the late Gen William F Draper last
evening, where a large and smart com
pany was entertained at dinner, the
guests dancing afterward AH this was
in honor of Miss Southerland and her
fiance, Mr Bacon, of Boston These two
verj interesting joung people were also
among the guests in the Meer home the
evening before, and will be the objects ot
similar attentions from now until the day
of their wedding. Januarj 3. The will
bo among the guests at the dinner in the
White House on December 13, when a
coirpany of young people are to be enter
A particularly Interesting little house
party has enjoyed life at the White
House during the holiday season, when
Miss Tift had fle of her schoolmates at
Bryn Mawr with her They partook of
no special social festivitj, but had not
a moment to spare from the time they
arrived until they will depart this even
ing and to-morrow morning They have
done some sightseeing and some visiting
among friends, and have had Just
rational Informal time, which will be
come historical to them and never be
forgotten Thej enjoyed the theater two
evenings and the delights of a Thanks
giving dinner at the White House with
onlj a few friends Informally in the evening
HOSTESS AT RECEPTION LAST EVENING.
Tort Jljer and the Washington Bar
racks contributed its fahare of the week's
festivities, and large dances were given
b the officers of the posts at both
places, many dinner parties preced
ing the dances These are among
the most enticing of the season's gaye
tles to the young women in Washington
iocloty. for brass buttons are always
more alluring than plain citizens' clothes,
and the dances at the posts in and close
to Washington seem to have more than
The Piesldent and Mrs Taft. accom
panied bv their daughter and her house
parti, including MIs Isabelle Vincent.
Miss Marlon Trane, Miss Phyllis Rice,
Miss Boudecou, and Miss Amy Hamilton,
with Mij Butt ard several other aids at
the Wh'te House, occupied two boxes at
the Columbia Theater last evening to see
Elsie Ferguson in "The First Lady of
the Land " The j oung people dined in
formallv at the White House
The Sccretarj of State and Mrs Knox
are In New ork, w here they were called
vestcrday because of the slight Illness of
their son. Mr Hugh S Knox, who will
be married December 14 to Miss Kath
erine McCook The Secretary of State
and Mrs Knox will go to New York for
the wedding, thereby being absent from
MRS. EDWARD LAUTERBACH,
Of ctt York, who entertained n large company at Willnrd' last
the first state dinner at the White House
this season, which will be a Cabinet din
ner It is a curious fact that the Secre
tarj and Mrs Knox have been absent
from the state functions at the White
House In the early part of each season
since they have been in Mr. Taft's Cabi
net cicclo the .first two seasons througli
mourning In Mrs. Knox's family and
this season by reason of the marriage of
their son. They will, however, take thelr
places in oclety Immediately after the
Miss Flora Wilson, who came to Wash
ington to spend Thanksgiving with her
father, will return to the West In a few
days to resume her concert engagements
Senator and Mrs William Alden Smith,
of Grand Rapids, are coming to Wash
ington from their Michigan home and
will arrive here this morning
Senator Charles E. Townsend, of Michi
gan, has spent the pan week in Wash
ington at the Dewey, aa usual He will
be joined there after the holidays by
Mrs Townsend, who has not been in
Washington since Senator Townsend was
promoted from the House of Representa
Miss Sally Garllngton has gone to New
York and West Point, where she will
spend a fortnight
Mr3 John W. Garrett, wife of the
American Minister to Argentina, and her
mother, Mrs Warder, will go to Colorado
Springs, Colo , and Camden, S. C, where
they will visit Mrs Garrett's sisters, Mrs
Ralph Ellis and Mrs Ward Thornton,
before leaving with Mr. Garrett for his
Senator and Mrs W. Murray Crane
have dosed -their summer heme at Dal
ton, Mass., and returned to Washington
for the season.
Miss Alma Ruggles, who has been the
guest of Mrs J. Van Vechten Olcott, In
New York, nas returned to this city.
Mrs George W. Goethals, wife of Col
Goethals, U. S A., Is spending some time
In Paris at the Hotel d'Lena. Her ad
dress while abroad will be care of Mor
gan Harjes &. Co , Paris
Capt and Mrs. Louis Koehler will have
as their guests for the winter the latter"s
mother, Mrs D R. Anthony, sr , of Fort
Mr. Gardner F. Williams and his daugh
ter. Miss Dorothy Williams, have gone to
the Hot Springs, and are at the Home
stead, where they will be guests for sev
eral weeks. '
The Misses Vivian Edmunds and Claire
Collins spent Thanksgiving as the guests
of Mrs. John Harrison, of Richmond,
Miss Maltland Marshall, daughter of
Gen. William L Marshall. U S A., and
Mrs. Marshall, who spent the past few
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Boudoir and Bath Slippers 1.00 to 2.25'
"Comfy" Felt Slippers for Men and
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"Comfy" Felt Slippers for-.Chil- '
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' "Women ' V. 4.00 to 5.00"
month! in Georgia visiting relatives, has
returned to this city.
Miss Marie Duryee, daughter of Mrs
Samuel Sloan Auchlncloss. of New York.
has arrived In Washington to be the
guest of Miss Margaret Cotton Smith,
daughter of the rector of St. John's, and
Mrs. Roland Cotton Smith.
Representative Loud Isdetained In his
Michigan home, kit will join his family
In the apartment at the Ontario for the
Christmas holidays. Mrs Loud and their
children and Mrs. Loud's mother, Mrs.
fGlenny, came on for the opening of the
Miss Irene Adler, of Baltimore. Is the
guest of Miss Eleanor Loeb; of 1340 Co
Mr. Eugene Brandels, who spent a few
days In Washington during the past
week, has returned to his home in Phila
delphia. Mrs. Henry Allen Cooper, wife of Rep
resentative Cooper. Is settled for the
winter in her new apartment in the Far
ragut, where she was joined this week
by Mr. Cooper, who arrived for the
opening of Congress
Maj. and "Mrs. Charles F. Larrabee, of
Twenty-first street, will not be In Wijfjh-
fawi iiuo wmicr. uwing 10 me con
tinued illness of the latter, they purpose,
under the advice of her physician, to
spend the winter in the more rigorous
climate of the North. However, her
many friends will bo glad to know that
she is convalescing. Their son. Sterling,
Is in the Philippine Islands.
Miss Miriam Franc, who spent a few
days during the past week with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Franc, has re
turned to Baltimore, where she Is attend
ing the Woman's College.
Mr. Walter Sackerman, who spent the
Thanksgiving holidays with friends in the
city, has returned to Baltimore.
Miss Selma Hyne hns returned to her
jiome In Baltimore after spending the
xnanicsgiving holidays Here.
Mr. and Mrs. William Mitchell Bunker,
of San Francisco, have taken apartments
at the Brighton for the winter.
Mrs. Jacob L. Voorhecs. of Benson
hurst, N. Y, Is visiting her sister. Mrs.
O M. Judd, at 31 Holly av enue, Takoma
Mr Gerald Grosncr, who Is attending
the University of Pennsy lvanla, spent the
weekend wltn his parents, Mr. and Mrs
I. Grosner, 933 Massachusetts avenue.
Miss Rose Moses 1 the guest of Miss
Marguerite Kaufman, of 1313 Rhode
Sfr Julian HMman", who Is a student of
the University of Pennsylvania. It home
ior we Thanksgiving holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bride, of Cathedral
avenue, went to New York City Thurs
day. Mr. Bride was one of the three
representatives from his legal fraternity,
feiia wni, to me Interfraternlty con
ference which met at the University Club
In the Metropolis Saturday. Thev nr
expected to return home to-day.
Mrs. William R. Easterday has been
seriously ill at her home, 1430 W street.
Mr. and Mrs Harrison H. Dodge have
had an Interesting little house party of
sons-in-law, daughtersand grandchildren
tne last few weeks in their R xtrr
home. The party scattered during last
week. Maj. and Mrs. Heiberg and their
children going back to the Philippines
ior anoiner year and Lieut, and Mrs.
Rodman Butler going on to the former's
new post of duty at Fort Ethan Allen,
The Octagon Pleasure Club held an In
formal gathering Tuesday evening at Its
club rooms in honor of the members and
Mrs. Hull, wife of CoL. J. A. Hull, U. S.
A., is the guest of friends in this city.
Mrs. J. G. Galbraith, wife of Lieut Col.
Galbrallh, and their daughter have ar
rived in El Paso from this city, and taken
a house there for the winter.
Mrs Jennie Nattans will hold a re
ception to-night in honor of the engage
ment of her daughter, Edith, to Mr. Mor--ton
Hoffa, Emily Hillman, Lorraine Herman,
Gertrude Kronhelm, Florence Cohen, and
Rena Fleischman; Messrs. Bernard Baer,
David Baer, Norman Fischer, Stanley
Fischer, Melville Fischer, Joseph Kauf
man, Maurice Nordingler. AlfredIaas,
Emanuel Haas. Bert Cohen. Alvln Neu
meyer, Eugene Young, Louis Glace, Mil
ton Nathan, Lester Marx, Arthur Neu
raan, Edwin Hahn, Harold Llchtensteln,
Sidney Kaufman, and Alfred Walburg.
Brig. Gen. H. G. Sharpe, Commissary
General of the army, and Mrs. Sharpe
spent the Thanksgiving holiday with
Gen. Sharpe's brother In New York.
! Miss Ida Weill, who spent the past
week in Phlldelphia. has returned to
her home in the city.
Mrs. "Bootes, wife of Capt. James T.
Bootes, U. S N with her little daughter,
is a guest at the Hotel Chamberlin, Fort
Monroe. Va., while the U. S. S. Michigan,
to which Capt. Bootes Is attached, re
mains there. She will return to this
city when the battle ship leaves.
Miss Zan Gibson, of Charlestown, W.
Va., who has been visiting her cousin,
Mrs Day, wife of Col. Selden Allen Day,
U. S. A... retired, at their home, 1S3S La-
mont street, for the past two weeks, has
returned to her home.
Mrs. Green wald, with her little daugh
ter, Kathleen, will shortly return to
Washington after an extended trip to
Mrs. Greenwald's parents In Portland,
Capt. and Mrs WInterhalter have re
turned to their apartment In the Wyo
ming for the winter. Capt. WInterhalter
has Just been relieved from the command
of the U. S S Louisiana.
Mrs Louis Koenlgsberger, of New
York, w ho has been v lsltlng her mother,
Mra Charles Kaufman, left Tuesday for
Baltimore, where she Is the guest of
her sister, Mrs B Frank
Mrs F. T. Howard chaperoned her
daughter. Miss Nellie Claire Howard, and
two of the latter"s school friends. Miss
Eleanor Manson and Miss June Wilhoite,
of the National Park Seminary, to Phila
delphia for the football game between
Cornell and Pennsy on Thanksgiving
Day The party were Joined In Philadel
phia by a party from Ccrneli, and after
the came they all had dinner at the
Bellevue-Stratford, with a box party at
the Barnum Street Theater following
Senator Galllnger, of New Hampshire,
and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ralph E.
Galllnger, have taken apartments at the
Highlands for the winter.
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Mr. and Mrs Henry Strauss, who
have been spending the last few weeks
In Washington, returned to their homo In
Richmond during the week.
Col. J. R. Knn, of tht. Army Medical
Corps, arrived in Washington on Thurs
day from Paris, where he attended an
international conference. He will sail
to-day with Mrs. Kean for Havana, as
the representative of the War Depart
ment to the session of tho American
Public Health Association, which will
take place between December 4 and 9.
Ensign Elmer D. Langworthy. U. B. N..
Is the guest of Lieut. Commander and
Mrs. Richard Draco Whlta at the Wood
ward. Ensign Langworthy is attached
to tho U. S. S. Delaware.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gundeshelmer,
who were recently married, are spending
their honeymoon in Atlantic City. .
Miss Celeste Goodman has returned
from Philadelphia, where she was 'visit
Lieut, and Mrs. L. Irvine. V. S. N.,
have taken an apartment in the Wyonv
Ing. Lieut. Irvine is -on duty In the Bu
reau of Steam Engineering,,
Maj. and Mrs. T. CvTreadwell have as
their guests at the navy yard .Mrs. Rich
ardson and son-Bradford, wife of Surg.
R. Roller Richardson, of the U.8.S. "Vir
ginia. mV Harry Rothschild is back in the
city after a short trip to Norfolk:
Ms Florlne Likea is Jhe guest of Miss
Hortense Brylawskl, of Calvert street.
Miss Carrie HIrsch. of-Kenyon street,
la spending some time In New Tork.
Mr. and Mrs. D, Sanger gave a most
enjoyable dance Monday night In honor
of 'Miss Belle Rinoauyer? a student -of.
the Chevy Chase Semtaary. Anions- those
present were the Misses Leoaa Stern.
Sllma Kaon, Horteas Brylawskl, Rhoda
Maunter, Dor 8etatman, .Marguerite
Kaufman, Rita. SchlffiwMi..lteit Sanger.
jiauais. jncsaem Hertne JtoMatfcaL
Sdjsa JRowetlMrf. ItaM XftMMr. Strc
XoCbrr, AM BolU4tr, HHii
The marriage of Miss Katherlne
Thayer Hobson. daughter of Mrs. Henry
Wise Hobson, to Dr. Herbert Hermann
Kraus, of Dresden, Germany, took place
esterday at noon In the home of the
bride's mother, 1731 N street. Rev.
Charles Morris Addison, of Stamford,
Conn, a relative of the bride, performed
the ceremony in the presence of the
relatives and a few close friends. The
house vi as transformed into a bridal
bower with palms, ferns, asparagus
vines, and white blossoms The bride
was attended by her sister. Miss Eleanor
Hobson, as maid of honor, and Miss
Parker and Miss Helen Parker, of Den
VQr: Miss ArlriNon? of Klgmfnni sv..
aB Miss Tvrisend, ofBuffalo. The best
man wa air. John S. Wlie, Jr., of New
Tork, u, cousin of the bride. A break
fast followed the ceremony, and the
decorations were the same In the dining-room
as In the drawing-room.
The bride wore a rich gown of Ivory
satin and point lace. Her tulle veil was
held with orange blossoms, and she car
ried a shower of orchids. Her maid
of honor wore yellow chiffon and shadow
lace, and carried yellow chrysanthemums,
and the bridesmaids wore yellow chiffon
and white lace, trimmed with brown
fur, and black tulle scarfs ornamented
with gold rocs They carried jellow
After the breakfast, the bride and
bridegroom left for a wedding trip, the
bride traveling In a gown of rich brown
velveteen, with brown hat. They will
take an extensive trip over this country
from Canada to Mexico, with probably
headquarters in New Tork for a year.
The marriage Is the result of the
bride's school days In Dresden, whero
she met the oridegroom. who is . hni-
liant jounpr German, a doctor of laws,
and member of one of Germany's most
distinguished Saxon families. Thptarlrt,.'
family is from' Colorado, and hns Ikpfl
In Washington since she completed her
The marriage Is announced of Miss
Victoria Neosho Gary and Mr. Paul An
derson on Wednesday, November 29, at
Baltimore. Md. The Rev. George W.
Dame officiated. The ceremony was
witnessed by a small party of relatives
and was followed by a wedding break
fast at the home or the bride's sister.
Mrs. Emll A. Gattmann, of Baltimore,
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will be at
home after December 10 at the Ports
mouth, 1735 New Hampshire avenue
A pretty but simple wedding took place
at St. Patrick's Church Thanksgiving
morning, when Miss L. Grace Nails, of
Capitol Hill, daughter of Mrs. Mary V.
Nails, became the bride' of Francis S.
Dieter. The nuptial mass was performed
by the Rev. Father Carrol, and was wit
nessed by the family and a score of
friends. Tho bride was becomingly and
stylishly dressed in a tailored suit of blue
whipcord, and wore a large picture hat
to match, and carried a bouquet of
violets and lilies of tho valley. The
bride's attendant was her sister. Miss
Lillian Nails. Mr. Lewis Dieter was his
brother's best .man. The couple left on
an early train for the South, and will be
met en route by the bride's sister, Mrs.
William H, Frey, of Petersburg. Va.
After December 15, Mr. and Mrs. Dieter
will be at home to their friends at 313
B street southeast.
Mrs. Marshall Hastings Arnold an'
nounces the engagement of her daughter
Louise to Ensign Ward-William Wad
dell, TJ. a N.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Roe Wall, of
SU, Louis, who have many friends hi
Washington, have Issued invitations for
the wedding of their daughter, Wini
fred, to Mr. Harold G. Muhlhauser" at
the LlndeH Avenue M. E. Church, St.
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shed the offensive cuticle. The fresh
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vJoM cofwlxionrrawlc Mcrt teatf
The President and Mrs. Taft have sig
nified their intention of attending as
usual the Charity Ball, on January S. In
the ballrooms of the New WUIard. The
receiving party will consist of Mrs. F
B McGuIre, president of the board of
lady managers of the Children's Hospi
tal, for which beneilt this ball is given
annually; Mrs. Harold SewalL daughter
of Rear Admiral Evans, chairman ot
the bait committee; Mrs. Charles C
Glover, Mrs. Gherardl, Mrs. Horace Wcst
cott, and Miss Mary Carlisle. Mr. George
Howard is chairman of the floor com
mittee, and Mr. William Marrow Is his
assistant. The box holders In addition
to the President are Rear Admiral
Brownson, CoL Robert N. Thompson, and
Mr. Joseph Lelter.
Mrs Francis Chlsholm, chairman of
the Southern Relief Ball committee, an
nounces that the date for the annual ball
is January 29 It will be held at the
New WUIard, and promises to be a most
Mr and Mrs. W W Flnley entertained
at a large tea yesterday afternoon, from
5 to 7 o'clock, at their residence in1
street, when their daughter. Miss Celes
tlne Flnley, made her Initial bow to so
ciety. Mrs. Samuel Hill presided at the
tea table, and others assisting were Miss
Eleanor Rejburn. Mls., Lelta Mont
gomery, Miss Mary Howry, Miss Emily
Beatty. Miss Mary Webb, Miss Frances
Hodges, Miss Alice Brlce, Miss Virginia
Mulllns. Miss Carrie Lee Chamberlain,
Miss Alice Whiting. Miss Julia Whiting.
Miss Mary McCauley, Miss Adelaide
Heath, and Miss Mary Stead.
Rear Admiral Thorn Williamson, U S
N , and Mrs. Williamson were hosts at
a tea yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock at
their home, 2006 R street. In celebration
of their golden, wedding. The house was
adorned for the occasion with palms,
smllax, yellow chrysanthemums, and the
floral tributes to the bride and bride
groom of fifty years ago. The children
and grandchildren of Admiral and Mrs.
Williamson and Mrs. R. S. Cook, a
lifelong friend, and Mrs. Wythe Denby,
who was present at the wedding cere
mony, assisted in receiving the guests.
The children and grandchildren who
are here for the celebration are the son-in-law
and daughter of Admiral and Mrs
Williamson, Chief Engineer Herbert M.
Wilson. U. S. A., and Mrs. Wilson and
thsir three children, from Pittsburg, Pa.,
their daughter. Mrs. Carvel, and her Ave
children, of Virginia; their son and
daughter-in-law. Paymaster Thorn Will
iamson, Jr. U. S N.. and Mrs William
son, of Indian Head, Md.; another son
and daughter-in-law, Lieut. W Prince
Williamson, U. S. N., and Mrs. William
son; their son-in-law, Frank Hancock,
and his young son, Woodson Hancock, of
Philadelphia, and their two daughters.
Miss Lulle Williamson and Miss Anne W.
W lluamson. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wltham. J
or uermantown. Pa , parents of Mrs. W.
Price Williamson, are house guests of
Admiral and Mrs. Williamson, Mrs.
Williamson wore a gown of black Jusl
ciotn over satin. f
Dr. and Mrs. James Dudley Morgan
entertained at dinner last evening as a
celebrntlonflf the twentieth anniversary
or weir- marriage, and nave a house
party from Baltimore for the occasion.
Among the guests vfcre Mr. and Mrs.
E. F. Abell, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Abel!.
Mr. Walter W. Abell. Mrs. Robert Crain,
and Miss Nellie Monmonnler. alL of
whom came over yesterday, and. will r'
turn to Baltimore this evening. Dr. and
iiua. Wurman nuts rciurnea lo ineir
hbme in McPherson square.
The Cuban Minister and Mme, Rlvero
sent out cards yesterday for large tea
Saturday afternoon. December 16L from
6 to 7 o'clock, to present their daughter..
Miss Amparo Rlvero, to society;
Mrs. Langfltt, wife of Lieut, Col. Will
iam C. Langfltt, U. 8. A., will entertain
a company atcards to-morrow after
noon at her "home, "Bellevlew," In
Mrs. Thomas A. liearney, wifr of
(Lieut. Commander Kearney, V. S. N
aid. Mrs. Henry Lake. Wyman, wife of
Lieut. Commander Wyman. 1T. S. N..
were Joint hosterses at a tea yesterday
trom 54o 7 o'clock, at the Dresden. Mrs.
Fletcher wife of Rear Admiral Fletcher."
,IL S. Nl and. Tin. Hutch I. Cose, wife!
of Jtearvamirai Cone u. B. N pre-
"a aiirne -tea iaoe. xaoae wno n-i.. . ... .. - .
4atd wTr. Mr.. Cbariea T. TMfepeon, T "33 TLZZSZTSJZZttJ???
Mrs. Kearney's mother: Miss Corbett.
Miss Bush. Miss Alice Dresscl. Miss
Stevens, Miss Olson, and several of the
season's debutantes, including Miss Mar
garet Strother-Smlth and Miss Efflnger.
Mrs Belden Noble was hostess at a
tea last week in honor of the birthday of
her daughter. Mrs Sherman Miles. Mrs.
Miles is one of the voungest matrons in
army society. It will be remembered
that she was a debutante, a bride, and
a mother within little more than a year.
Invitations will be sent out on Monday
for the dance which the local alumni are
giving In honor ot the Tale Glee, Banjo,
and Mandolin clubs Monday evening.
January 1. at the New Wlllard. following
the concert by the clubs.
Mrs Theodore Tiller entertained at a
card party on Friday afternoon at her
home in Chevy Chise and had among
her guests Mrs. Dent, wife of Represent
ative Dent, of Georgia; Mrs. Whltford,
Mrs Shipley, and Mrs Harry Wardman.
The Sisters at the Immaculata Semi
nary are arranging a jubilee tribute to
Cardinal Gibbons, In the form of a
luncheon and reception on December 8.
Mrs. Jackson Tinker entertained at a
topaz party on last Tuesday night in the
Royalton. on the seventeenth birthday of
her son, Rojal Tinker. The color scheme
in jellow was carried out in the deco
rations and the buffet luncheon was laid
In a bower of yellow, with lemonade
served in jellow glasses. The oung
ladles wore light shades and the joung
men guests had jellow- chrjsanthemums
in tneir coat lapels.
Mrs. F. C. Roberts and Mrs. Charles
Scott assisted in receiving. Those pres
ent were the Misses Frances Allen. Rhea
Emrlch, Lucille Alexander, Cornelia Rich
ardson, Ellie Seay, Marj- Trussler". and
Herbert W. Smith, Judson Fair. Ray
mond Bowling, Thomas Malnwaring. Paul
Sabine. LeRoy Saunders, Engene Roberts,
and Conrad Kinyoun.
Mrs Martha Glelow, vice president and
organiser of the Southern Industrial Edu
cational Association. Is at home dally in
the association's official headquarters.
Southern Building. Room 323. from 3 to
5 p. m., and is always glad to welcome
friends and all who are Interested in the
mountain work. Mrs. Augusta S. Stone,
assistant corresponding secretary, is in
charge of the office from 9.30 to 3 p. m.
Mrs. Glelow announces a Christmas sale
of the baskets and weavlngs to be held
at the headquarters Saturday. De.m-
ber IS, from 10 a. m. to 7 n m.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Southern Industrial Educational Associ
ation was held at the association's head
quarters in the Southern Bulldlnir Sat.
urday evening. November 25 Tho vw
president and organizer, Mrs. Glelow, was
in me cnair, tne president, Judge Shepard
being absent in the South. Mrs. White,
recording secretary, gave a verv rati.
factory financial report, and Mrs. Glelow
gave a report on her late trip to Frank
lin Countj'. Va., In the Interest of a
school to be established bv the mwlii.
tlon in 1912. Mrs. Glelow also reported
on the permanent exhibit of mountain
Industries of the association, which is' to
be one of the attractive and unique- fea
tures of the Southern Commercial Con
gress, in we southern Building.
Mr. Luang Sanpakitch. charge d'affaires
of Slam, entertained at dinner last even
ing at tha Arlington In honor of the
coronation of the new King of Slam. He
had as his guests the French Ambassa
dor. M. Jusserand; the British Ambassa
dor, Mr. Bryce; tho new Russian Ambas
sador, M. Bakhmetieff r the Acting SertM
tary of State, THr. Huntington Wllsonr the
Spanish Minister. Mr. Riano y Gayanos;
the Assistant Secretary of State. Mr.
Alvey A., Adee; the charge d'affaires of
Austro-Hungary, Chevalier von Loewen-thal-LInaur
the charge d'affaires Bf Swit
zerland, Mr. Henri Martin; the charge
d'affaires of Greece, Mry Caftanzofliu:
Mr. Rainsford Miller. Chief of the De
partment of the Far East In the Stats
Department: Mr. Sidney Smith, Chief o
the Diplomatic Bureau; M. Lefevre-Pon-talls.
ot the French Embassy staff; Mr.
Mitchell Innes. counselor of the British
Embassy; Mr. Symon. of the Belgian Le
gation start; Mr. Edward Loftus, first
secretary of the Siamese Legation; Maj.
Oen. ReldV U. 8. A.: lrof. J. H. Gore.
Mr.- MacMurray.. Mr. Lorlng T. HUdreth.
Siameso consul in New Yorlct Mr, Nal
Choate. attache of tha Siamese Legation.
and Mr. Nal Jajaval, student attache of
mo legation. Mr, Huntington Wilson,
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