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THE WASHINGTON HERALD
WASHINGTON. D. C SUNDAY. JANUARY 14, 1912.
J- m HE social pendulum U swinging
T faster each week, as the season
advances. There are but Ave
weeks In which society will dis
port Itself with dancing and dining, and
jnuch must be crowded Into these short
weeks before Ash Wednesday draws the
curtain, and sackcloth and ashes will be
assumed. An army of New York and
Boston millionaires has Invaded Wash
ington, and Its presence Is being felt.
Never before have there been such ex
hibitions of rich clothes end rare gems
as have been displayed at the last few
evening receptions Th the "White House.
The President andMrs. Taft continue
the great success inaugurated on New
Teat's Day. when their morning recep
tion, notwithstanding the notable ab
sentees In the diplomatic circle, proved
to be one of the largest and mbst In
teresting In White Houss history. The
shortage In ambassadors was compen
sated for In the splendid attendance of
army and navy officers.
The first evening reception last Tuesday
was even more brilliant than that of
New Year's Day While In honor of the
diplomatic corps, this great International
company constituted less than one-fifth
the number of guests. Twelve hundred
Invitations Is tre limit now placed for
evening receptions, as against 1.000 of
former times For the smaller number
there is naturally a more personal wel
come and a greater degree of comfort,
not to mention the well served buffet sup
per and the dance In the East Room
with which each of the four receptions
The presence of the United States Am
bassador to Great Britain and Mrs.
Whltelaw Reld has, as usual, been the
occasion of much entertaining In addi
tion to the President and Mrs. Taft, their
hosts haie been the Secretary of State
and Mrs. Knox, the Secretaries of the
Teasury and the Nay and their wries,
Mr and Mrs. W J Bosraman. the
former a lifelong friend of the Ambas
sador, the British Ambassador and Mrs.
Brjce. Mrs. Richard Townsend, Mrs.
Letter, and Mr and Mrs John Hays
Hammond. The large reception on Janu
ary U. to which Mr and Mrs. Hammond
lntted smart society to meet Mr and
Mrs. Reed, was second orly to the White
House reception of Tuesday evening In
Importance and Interest.
This week will be an Important one for
weddings, Thursday being especially in
teresting as the ucddlng day of Mrs.
Oliver Cromwell and Mr Edward P.
Stotesbur) While this Is one of the
most Interesting and Important weddings
of all the many notable ones talcing
place in Washington, it will also be one
of the most simple and unostentatious.
Thn companj wi.I Include only the chil
dren of the b-ide and bridegroom and
the latter s partners and their wives.
The bride will depart from the usual cus
tom of widows of wearing gray or lav
ender at thAr second weddings, and will
wear white, but everything pertaining to
the costume and the arrangements will
be carried out with the greatest sim
plicity and elegance Mr. Stotesbury will
take his bride South for a short trip,
after which they will take up their resi
dence in his Philadelphia home.
Thursday will be the wedding day also
oT" MIs Zelma Pilson and Ensign Robert
Pollok Guller. Jr , U S. N The ceremony
Is to take place at the residence of the
bride s mother. Mrs. Benjamin F Pilson.
with only the immediate relatives pres
ent. The bride-elect Is the Stecond daugh
ter of the late B F. Pilson. whose death
occurred last summer Like her elder
sister. Mrs. Charles A Wood, she Is a
very handsome girl of unusual type, with
particularly fair skin and dark; hair air.
Guller is attached to the U S3 Mis
sissippi, now at the Philadelphia Navy
There are two younger girls In this
family of handsome daughters to be pre
sented In the near future, the Misses
Marguerite and Olga Pilson, having the
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Who will be married to Mr. EdvvardNStotesbury, of Philadelphia, next Thursday.
same distinction In appearance as their
older sisters. Mr Pilson shortly before
his death purchased the house on Leroy
place, made famous ten years ago by the
late Thomas F and Mrs. Walsh, who
here Inaugurated the generous and alwa) s
gracious hospitality which made them
Medical Inspector and Mrs. C IL
Lowndes have leased their Washington
residence, and left the past week for San
Francisco They will sail for the Orient
on the Mongolia on January 3, Dr
Special Sale of
"Banister" Shoes for Men
8 New, Seasonable Styles
Black, Tan, Patent Leath
er 7.50 and 7.00 Shoes for
"Nature-shape" Shoes, Style with Comfort. r
For Men and Women 4.00, 4.50, 5.00. .
For Boys and (Sirls 1.35 to 3.50. - ,"
Arthur Burt Co., 1343 F.Sfr"
Lowndes going out as fleet surgeon of
the Asiatic station, accompanied by Mrs.
Lowndes The latter will remain In
Japan until next winter, when she will
return to Washington.
The Military Attache of the French
Embsssy and Countess de Chambrun left
Washington yesterday for Mexico, where
the former a duties in connection with
the French Embassy in Mexico will re
quire him to stay for some weeks.
Mr. Pontalls, of the French Embassy,
sailed for France yesterday to Join lime.
rontons and spend his vacation.
Mrs. Donald Chappeil. of New London,
Conn., la the house guest of Mrs. Harry
Taylor, wife of Lieut. CoL Harry Taylor.
V S. ., at 1753 Q street. Mrs. Taylor
will entertain at a bridge party on
Wednesday, January IT, in her honor.
The Ladles' Auxiliary Association, of
the Adas Israel Congregation, will enter
tain Its members In the testry of the
synagogue, corner of Sixth and I streets
nortnwest, this afternoon.
Mr. and MraJ Ellas, of New York.
are In Washington to spend the next few
months, and are located at Z!S Thirteenth
Mrs. Ellas Dettlebach. of Baltimore.
spent a few days In the city last week.
Miss Corririe Loth, who has been visit
ing Mrs. 3, Dreyfu's, of the Gibraltar.
returned Tuesday to iier home in New
Miss Gladys Lowenberg and Miss Lu-
clle Lowenberg, who are sudents at the
Bristol School, have returned to Wash
ington, after spending the holiday at
their home In 'Norfolk.
Mr nnd Mrs. J. Lazarus, who were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. Kronhtlm
during the week, have returned to their
home In Brooklyn.
Civil Engineer Richard a Bollyday. U.
S N and Mrs Hollyday have Miss Ev
erett, their niece, as their guest at the
Mrs. WBllam Li Howard, formerly of
Washington, now of Philadelphia! Is
spending several weeks here, at the
Miss Katherlne Duckwall left Wash
ington Tuesday to visit friends In Mary
land, Pennsylvania, and New York.
Mrs. fltone. wife of Representative
Stone, of, Illinois, will not receive tomorrow.
Miss Miriam Weinberg, who has been
visiting Mrs. Adolf Hertsberg, of Eight
eenth street, has returned "tb her home Is
A most enjoyable meeting was held by
the Washington Council of Jewish
Women Tuesday afternoon. !n tho vestry
of the Eighth Street Tttnple. "Matters
of miich importance wera discussed.
afterward a musical programme waa
rendered by Mr- Paul Bleyden and: Mr.
Solomon Mtnattr. A social hour- fol
Mrs. A. BIrkenwald and s9n have re
turned to Baltimore, after spending a lew
weeks in this city as the guests of
Mrs. M. Neumeyer.
Miss Margarita Kaufman, of Rhode Is
land avenue, left Washington last week
far Montreal. Canada, where she mill
remain for several weeks, the guest1 of
strs. Artnur Triuch.
Miss Alllne Moran, US Blltmore street.
Is visiting Chicago as the guest of Mrs.
Ira, June Owen.
Mri. W. G. ShanvUt Sixteenth street,
will be at home Tuesday from S JO to JO
o'clock. She will have receiving with
her Mrs. Fred Beegle. of Beaver Falls,
Pa., who will be her house guest for ten
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rich, who spent
several days In Washington, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rich, have returned
to their home in New York.
Miss Leona Stern, of Columbia road.
Is visiting friends In Norfolk, where she
went tcw-attend the marriage of Miss
Ethel Sellgman and Mr. Louis Kaufman.
Mils Mildred DlnkelspUL who has been
the guest of Mrs. A. M. Pser. of the
Netherlands, returned Thursday to her
home In New Tork.
Miss Beatrice Lansberg Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Schwatz, In New Tork.
Word has been received of the engage
ment of Miss Camllle Jacobs, formerly of
Washington, to Mr. Daniel Cohen, of
Columbus, S. C
Miss Dora Kaufman, of Philadelphia?1
returned to her home Friday after a
short visit with Miss Celeste Goodman,
cf the Sterling
Mrs. William B. Orme, Mrs. Hume, and
Miss Lockwood will be at home on Tues
days In January In the Orme home. In
Mrs. Bates, wife of Representative
Bates, of Pennsylvania, and Miss Wood,
sister of Representative Wood, of New
Jersey, will receive at the Cochran
Hotel en Tuesday from 4 to S o'clock.
Miss Hilda JacobTlert the city Tues
day to visit friends In Jacksonville. Fla.
Miss TlUte Raff has returned from
Baltimore, where she visited her sitter;
Mrs. Sol Meyer, who was visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strauss,
of the Winchester, returned to hsr home
Miss Helene Barchfeld. daughter of
Representative arid Mrs. Barchfeld. of
Pittsburg. Pa.. Is the guest of Miss Rena
Flschel. of Connecticut avenue.
Mrs. James T. Lloyd will receive Tues
day. January IS. at the Portland, and will
have with her her daughter-in-law, Mrs.
Thomas Lloyd, and Miss Lloyd.
Mrs. M. II. Davis and Miss Nora Rose
Pepper will be at home at the Wyoming
on Friday, January igr and Friday, Feb
Mrs. Calvert Rosenthal of the Kene
saw, has been entertaining Miss Rose
Colm. of Baltimore.
Mrs. Samuel Gassenhelmer. of this city1
has gone to French Lick Springs. Ark.,
where she will remain for several weeks.
Mrs. William Garner, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. N. Peyser, re
turned to her borne in Newport News
during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Davis, of
Lynn, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. A, B.
Green, of Lawrencevllle. N. J-. and Dr.
and Mrs. Chase, of New Tork City, are
at the Newell, In this city, for a month
on their way South.
Mrs. Barber and Mrs. Le Droit Lang
don Barber will not be at home at "Bel
mont" to-morrow, but will receive on
days of succeeding months.
Prof Harold Barnes, of GIrard Col
lege, Philadelphia. Is the guest of his sis
ter. Miss Elizabeth M. Barnes, at 11 B
Mrs. Robert D Prewltt. of George
town, Ky. will arrive In Washington to
morrow to be the guest of Mrs. Henry
D. Cooper at her home. 1315 Sixteenth
The ladles of the Rebecca Lodge will
give a social entertainment in they vestry
rooms of the Eighth Street Temple Mon
day evening. January 13, at S o'clock.
The sisters of the lodge are all cordially
invited to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Strasburger re
turned home Thursday from an extended
trip abroad. En route they visited Italy,
Denmark, Germany, Hungary. France,
and Africa. They will be pleased to see
their friends at their new home. 1541
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION-
t t pfoestem Co.
' WOMEN'S AND MISSES' APPAREL AT REASONABLE PRICE. '
ANNOUNCE A REDUCTION SALE OF EXTRAORDINARY IM-
POJITANCE OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES EVENING
AND DINNER DRESSES, TAILORED AND '
DRESS SUITS. STREET. EVENING AND
CARRIAGE WRAPS AND COATS
AND MILLINERY AT UNUS. N
UALLY LOW PRICES.
BEGINNING MONDAY. JANUARY x15ti.
EVENING AND DINNER GOWN SECTION.
$150 GOWNS REDUCED TO $103.00
$125 AND $90 GOWNS REDUCED TO $66.00 ,
$79 AND $72.50 GOWNS REDUCED TO $52.50
$75, $69, AND $65 GOWNS REDUCED TO. . . . $42.50 v
$57.50 GOWNS REDUCED TO $37.50
$5750 AND $55 GOWNS REDUCED TO $32 50
$47.50 GOWNS REDUCED TO $27.50
$40, $35, AND $32.50 GOWNS REDUCED TO. $20.00
MOURNING AND SECOND MOURNING SUITS.
$45 SUITS REDUCED TO $25.00
$45, $40, AND $37.50 SUITS REDUCED TO. . . $20.00
$37.50 SUITS REDUCED TO $17.60
$35 SUITS REDUCED TO $16.75
$35 AND $32 50 SUITS REDUCED TO $15 00
$30 SUITS REDUCED TO $1260
$37.50 AND $25 SUITS REDUCED TO $10.00
TAILORED AND DRESS SUITS.
$75 00 SUITS REDUCED TO $37.60
$52.50 SUITS REDUCED TO $26.25
$45 50 SUITS REDUCED TO $2250
$4250 SUITS REDUCED TO $2L25
$37.50 SUITS REDUCED TO $18.75
$30.00 SUITS REDUCED TO $1500
COATS OF VELOUR AND BROADCLOTH.
$57 50 COATS REDUCED TO $3835
$52 50 COATS REDUCED TO $3500
$47.50 COATS REDUCED TO $3167
$45 00 COATS REDUCED TO $3000
$40 00 COATS REDUCED TO $2667
$30.00 COATS REDUCED TO $2000
EVENING AND CARRIAGE WRAPS.
$7500 WRAPS REDUCED TO $56.25
$52 50 WRAPS REDUCED TO. T. $39 S8
$47.50 WRAPS REDUCED TO $35 63
$42 50 WRAPS REDUCED TO $3187
$4000 WRAPS REDUCED TO....1. $3000
J ALL STREET HATS REDUCED TO $11 95
GLOVES, IN ALL LENGTHS, FOR ALL OCCASIONS.
HOISEEY, BOTH SILK AND LISLE, IN ALL COLORS.
CORSETS, OF THE BETTER KIND, VERY REASONABLY
F STREET, CORNER THIRTEENTH.
Eugenia Frey, jot Baltimore. The wed-
ding was a very quiet one with only the
Immediate fsmllies present. The young
people will reside at 132) Madison ave
Mr and Mrs. George W. Ray. of
Georgetown, announce the engagement
cf their daughter. Miss Marie Ray, to
Mr. Maurice Vllsaek, of Pittsburg Tho
wedding will take place In the spring.
Mks Ray was a debutante of last year.
and Is one of the most popular girls In
Mrs. Katharine Dorwtn Lackland an
nounces the engagement of her daughter.
Roberta Willis, to Dr. John AJlan Tal-
bott. The wedding will be in June.
The dance at the navy yard last even
ing was one of the largest and one of
the prettiest of the season. Mrs. Beatty,
wife of the commandant of the yard,
waa assisted in receiving the guests by
Paymaster Merritt. Many dinner parties
preceded the dance, chief among which
was the dinner on the Dolphin, given In
honor of Miss Taft by the officers of the
craft. Mre. Beatty wore a gown of old
gold satin, veiled with pale green chif
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The following Congressional ladles of
Congress Hall Hotel will be at home on
Monday. January 15. from 3 to 6 p. m.
Mrs Miles Polndexter, Mrs. Obadlah
Gardner, Mrv John L. Burnett. Mrs.
Dorsey W. Schakleford. Mrs. J Thomas
Heflln. Mrs. Robert B. Macon, Mrs. John
A. Sterling. Mrs. Frank Clark. Mrs. J
Edwin Ulerbc Mrs. Isaac R. Sherwood.
Mrs. John A. M. Adair, Mrs. William A
Ashbrook. Mrs. Henry A. Barnhart. Mrs.
Charles G Edwards. Mrs. Scott Ferris.
Mra William A. Cullop, Mrs. Edward
T. Taylor, Mrs. James Wlckersham. Mrs.
Robert C. vflcKiHi. airs, joaepn J. nu
sell. Mrs. Alfred G Allen. Mrs. E. R
Bathrick. Mrs. William G. Brown. Mrs.
James F. Byrnes, Mrs. Horatio ClaypooL.
Mrs William B Francis, Mrs. Fred S.
Jackson. Mrs. John J. Kindred. Mrs.
Daniel J. McGIUIcuddy. Mrs. John E.
Raker. "Mrs. Thomas L. Rubey. Mrs. Will
lam D. Stephens, and Mrs. William W.
The honorary committee for the two
matinee performances of "A Vanishing
Race' has been completed. Many sub
scriptions have already been received for
seats for this new style of entertainment
which Is to be given for charity at the
Belasco Theater at two matinee perform
ances January SO and February L Ed
ward 8 Curtis, protege, of J. Plerpont
Morgan, will deliver the narrative efHhe
picture opera which will be seen here un
der the auspices of the League of the
Covenant and the Washington Chapter
of the American Instltue of Archaeology.
The members of the honorary "committee
have all accepted the Invitation to serve
the list now comprising President Taft.
the French Ambassador, the British Am
bassador, tne uerman AmoasBiaor. r. n.
Abbott. Larz Anderson, John Barrett.
Alexander Graham Bell. Charles J. Bell.
Edson Bradley. J. C Burrows. Senator
Theodora E. Burton. Miss Boardman,
Charles Henry Butler. Speaker Clark.
Representative Moses E. Clapp, Frank;
ramnfr. aui. OLeonen .u. E.utins. uii-ib i.r'i ttmrrm
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Mr. justice fiugiirs, jura. BBmuci niu, I ri?. ana
Mr. A. Koenlgsberger, of 1306 Belmont
street. Is In New York, the guest of the
Mutual Life Insurance Company. A
banquet was given at the Waldorf-As
toria Wednesday evening to the nrteen
foremost agents of the South.
Commander H. C Gearing. TJ. S. N.
retired, and Mrs. Gearing, of Annapolis,
Mi, have announced the engagement of
their daughter. Miss Mary Gearing, to
Dr. G H. Field, of Canada. As yet no
date for the wedding has been set.
Mr. and Mrs. John Breckenridge KlnJ
near have sent out cards for the marriage
of their daughter. Miss Genevieve Kin
near, to Mr Bralley Glsh. The wedding
will take place the evening of January
a, at S o'clock, In Calvcry Baptist
Church, Kev. Samuel H. Greene, pastor.
Following the ceremony a reception
will be held at the home of the bride's
parents, 1870 California street,, from
to 11 o'clock. Miss Anne Leo Alexander,
of Pittsburg, Pa will be the maid of
bonor, and the bridesmaids will be Miss
Blanche Thlstlewood, of Illinois, Miss
Iris Masters, Miss Helen Gardner, and
Miss Evelyn Malcolm, of Washington.
Mr. John Astor Drener will act a Mr.
Gish's best man and the ushers will be
Messrs. William IL MeCaully. of New
VorLWllltam Ludwig Larson, Roy Lee
Matthews, and Carl Howe Butman, all
members of the bridegroom's fraternity.
Delta Tau Delta. A tea at the chapter
house of the fraternity, Sundsy after
noon, January a. will be among the
many prenUptlal affairs arranged, for the
Mr. Richard Henry AJvey. grandson of
the late Chief Justice Richard H. Alvey,
cf the District Court xf -Appeals; was
married last Thursday to Miss Edna Ljohn Hays Hammond. Archibald Hou-j ta to ro t iipaexamWi
kins, Rudolph TiaiirrmanTy Mrs Artnur e, jj BuSalVlCi.
Lee, Francis E. Leupp, Representative
Nicholas Longworth. Senato- Lodge, H.
B. F Macfarland. Senator Newlanda.
Thomas Nelson Page. Herbert Putnam.
Mrs. James Plnehot, Gilford PInehot. Rev.
Dr. Wallace Radcllffe. Senator Hoke
Smith, Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton Smith.
George Otis Smith. Gen. George Stern
berg. Rear Admiral Stockton. Robert G.
Valentine. Mrs. Herbert -Wadsworth. Dr.
Charles D Walcott. Dr. Harvey Wiley.
Rev Dr Charles Wood, and Dr. W. C.
Mrs. Oldberg- gave one of her most
charming musicals teas last Sunday aft
ernoon In her artistic studio. In the Be
lasco Theater A programme of the
songs of L. Balcbridge Crist, of Beaton.
was given by Miss Wurdeman and Mrs.
Oldberg. and Miss Josephine Underwood
Munford. the well-known pianist, assisted
with a number of brilliant piano num
bers. Including two of Mr Crist'a com
positions Miss Munford plays with de
lightful technique and Intelligence, and,
was heard In six preludes of Chopin:
Tranmerel. by Strauss. Hensel's Ber
ceuse. Chopin s A flat Polonaise, and Ed
ward Schuett's "A la Gavotte," which
was dedicated to Mme. Fannie Bloom
field Zelsler. Miss Murdeman sang tho
following songs by Mr Crist, who was
present to enjoy the success his music
was having A Memory," "Grisaille,"
'A Song" (from "Fellse"), four love ly
rics, "Come Back," "Jn Autumn," "Pret
ty Peggy," ' Dreams," and a song. Mrs.
Oldberg afterward sang two of Miss
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