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pNDIAN summer and wedding bells
the Red- Man ana ttymen a re-
minder and1 a fit conclusion to the
good old summer time. Tne wash
JL lngton debutante must step aside;
her day has not yet arrived. Here
comes the bride, the attendant brides
maids, and the Paris trousseau. Awed
xbachelors gaze respectfully at creations
with unpronounceable names worn by
women-kind and unkind.
Weddings are almost as plentiful this
autumn as in June. If the record Keeps
up the bachelor girl will no longer pre
dominate u Washington drawing rooms.
A wedding ot,especIal interest .here will
take place on Wednesday afternoon in
Overbrook. Pa., when Miss Marguerite
Pascal Wood, daughter of the Rev. Dr.
and Mrs. Charles Wood, of this city,
will be married to Mr. Logan MacCoy
in the Presbyterian Church. Only the
family and close friends will "be present
at the ceremony, but a large recepuon
will follow, at the home of Miss Wood's
grandmother, Mrs. Wlstar Morris, at
Overbrook. Miss Wood made herdebut
several seasons ago. and is exrremeiy
popular in Philadelphia and Washington
Engagements are announced and de
nied, only to come bubbling to the sur
face again. Dame rumor has it that be
cause a man puts his house in order
he is contemplating matrimony. Another
gay bachelor spends most of his time
Tvtiuhlne his eveelasses and scanning
th nasseneer list of homecoming steam
era. Trifles light as wind-but a straw
shows which way tne too diows.
tti. debutantes in the North are al
ready having their Innings. Miss Frances
Hoar, granddaughter of the lae Senator
George F. Hoar of Massachusetts, was
Introduced to society yesterday -at Wor
cester. Mass. She and her motner, rs.
Ttnclmood Hoar, will spend some mme
In Boston before coming to Washington
for the winter season Senator Henry
Cabot Lodce clans to give a ball In
i.nnm- of hla debutante granddaughter,
Miss Constance Gardner, daughter of
T7nrc-sntntli a and Mrs. Augustus f.
Gardner, of Massachusetts, at the
Copely-Plaza, in Boston, on November
!L She will make her Washington debut
later is the season.
Th Washington debutantes will be
few compared to former 5 ears, and most
of them are daughters of the older resi
dents. Mrs. George Howard will intro
duce her charming daughter at a tea,
although Miss Margaret Perln has al
ready made her bow to society in Ixn
don, where she was presented at court.
Her mother also plans to give a ball for
her on December 27.
Another debutante who will be exten
sively entertained is Miss Rebekah Wil
mer, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William
H. Wilmcr. Their handsome new house
on the corner of R and Twenty-first
Streets has just been completed.
Although the list is subject to sudden
changes, other debutantes of the winter
will be Miss Gladys Munn, second
daughter of Mrs. Charles A. Munn; Miss
Frances Williams, third daughter at,
CoL and Mrs. John R. Williams; Mlas
Virginia Le Seure, daughter of Mr. anflfselorbf the Chilean foreign office, Senor
Mrs. E X. Ie Seure, of uanviue. iiu
and a granddaughter of former Speaker
of the House and present. Representative
Joseph Cannon Mi's Diorothy Aleshlre.
daughter of Qen James B. Aleshlre, U.
. & A : Miss Katharine McClintock.
' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garrison Mc
Clintock; Mls Ethel Noyes. second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B.
Noses: Miss Lanette HIne Smith, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs Orlando Smith, and
Miss Alice Lewis, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Thornton Lewis.
The corps diplomatique is again In
evidence in Washington, and the next
eek or two will see most of the promi
nent representatives of the foreign na
tion in their homes here, The French
Ambassador and 31k Jusserand, who
have Just arrived from France, will
open the embassy in Sixteenth Street
this week. .Within :i few days Mrs.
Brce. wife of the British Ambassador,
is expected to reach Washington, and
the Ambassador himself will be here
next Thursday or Friday.
The German Ambassador and the
Countess Bernstorff sailed yesterday for
this side, after spending par of the
summer at their estate near Munich, and
will reach this city October 53 or 24.
The Ambassador enjoj ed a long vacation.
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breaking It only once when ha west to
Berlin as the Kaiser's guest at the" mili
tary maneuvers. The count and countess
were frequent attendants at the opera
The Military Attache. of the French
Embassy and the Countess de Chambrun
who have spent the summer In France,
arrived In this country yesterday, and
will scon come to Washington. The
naval attache of .the British Embassy.
Capt. Heathcote Grant, la a guest at
the Grafton Hotel. Mrs. Grant will Join
A change In the Diplomatic Corps Is
the transfer of Mr. A. C Horstmann, of
the German Embassy staff, to Portugal.
He will leave soon for his new post.
The Minister of the Dominican Re
public and Mme. Peynado have come to
Washington from Chevy Chase, and will
bo at US Twenty-second Street for the
Mr. and Mrs. C Peyton Russell, who
have spent the summer, at Watch Hill,
have returned to Washington and opened
their residence In Sheridan Circle.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian D. Hemmlck.
after spending the summer In Bar Har
bor, Me., and Canada, whence they
have just returned to Washington, have
opened Studio House In Sheridan Circle
for the early part of the winter. They
contemplate taking a trip to California
The Assistant Secretary of the Navy
and Mrs. Beekman Wlnthrop are spend
ing a few days in New York before re
turning to Washington. They will reach
here Tuesday sight.
Hon. John Barrett, director general of
the Pan-American Union, gave a dinner
last night In honor of Count Candldo
Mendes de Almeida, president of the
Brazilian Commission and the editor and
proprietor of the Jomal de Brasll, one
of the leading newspapers of that coun
try, and the other members Qf the com
mission. Invited to meet the distinguished Bra
zilian and his fellow-commissioners were
the Ambassador of Brazil, Senor da
Gama; the Minister of Costa Rica, Senor
Calvo; the Minister of Bolivia, Senor
Calderon; former Ambassador to Paris,
Hon. Henry White: the Minister of
Salvador, Senor Mejia; the Engineer
Commissioner of the District, Col. Jud-
son, U. S. A.; the Minister of Cuba.
Senor Rivero, the Minister of Uruguay,
Senor de Pena; the Minister of Chile,
Senor Suarez; the Minister of HaitL
Senor Menosthe Minister of Guatemala.
Senor MeniSbr the Minister of the Do
ra n can TtepOblic. Senor Pevnado; thel
the Public Printer, Mr.. Samuel B. Don
nelly; the charge d'affaires of Mexico,
Senor de la Cueva; the charge d'affaires
of Spain, Senor Manuel Walls y Merino:
the charge d'affaires of Portugal. Senor
de Lima; the charge d'affaires of Argen
tina, Senor Malbran; the charge d'af
falrs of Panama, Senor Brln: the conn-
Alvarez; the 'secretory of the Brazilian
Embassy. Senor de Barros PImentel; the
secretary of the Brazilian Embassy,
Senor de Barros Cavalcantl; Mr. Ru
dolph Kauffmann. vice president of the
Gridiron Club; Mr. John W. Hunter,
publisher of The Washington Herald: Mr.
Ira E. Bennett, editor of the Washing
ton Post; Mr. Stephen Bonsai. Mr.
Charles T. Thompson, superintendent of
the Associated Press; the secretary of
the Brazilian Embassy, Senor Monlz de
Aragao; the secretary of the Colombian
Legation, Senor MacDouall; Mr. Charles
L. Cljandler. Mr. Richard V. Oulahan.
Senor Jose Marcal. of the Jornal de
Brasll; Mr. D. J. Callahan. Mr. Louis
W. Straver; the consul general of Brazil
at New York. Senor da Cunha; Mr. Ar
thur J. Dodge, the chancellor of the Bra
zilian consulate, Senor Correla; Mr. Rob
ert Patchin. the assistant director of the
Pan-American Union. Senor Yanes; Mr.
J. H. Cunningham, Mr. Dudley Harmon,
Mr. Elmer Murphy, Mr. Franklin
Adams, Mr.. Henry L. Swelnhart, Mr. Al
bert Kelsey, and Senor Lacallo
Brief addresses were made by Count
Candldo Mendes de Almedla, the Bra
zilian Ambassador, the Minister of Costa
Rica, Hon. Henri' White, and others.
The dinner was served in the large salon
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JOSS XABGABET PERDT,
Daughter of aire. Georae Howard, who trill be m debatante this
winter, has already been prevented at the Co art .af St. James.
or hall of the Americas, of the Pan
American Building, the guests being
seated at an appropriately decorated
Wanted Something more than moral
rt for y,,, Washington Symphony
Orchestra. There is no doubt that with
a good bank account the Washington
orchestra would be a worthy rival of the
Boston Symphony. They have the ma
terial alreadv it only needs developing.
"More 1 rehearsals" Is tljeucry. But re-
w.u....t ..A iM.tl mn fA 'antnlkte.
Anrt vet. heavll!- handicapped, though
'it was last winter, the orcn-ffera, under
the direction of Heinncn Hammer, gave
remarkably good concerts, the soloists
being Miss Edna Dunham. Mr. Ernest
Hutcheson, and Miss Deeslde, and fin
ished tne season iree 01 aeuu
Mrs. Herbert Wadsworth. the presl
dent of the organization, has worked
splendidly to awaken the public interest-
Her hope Is to get throughout the city a
sufficiently large memoershlp to insure
for the orchestra, whoe good work is
meeting with a steadily growing appre
ciation, a reserve fund to enable it to
widen Its field of usefulness.
Her Plan Is not only to continue the
usual series of concerts at popular
prices, but also to add a further series
at still lower rates. .There are plenty
of music lovers here who desire that
their children should be brought up with
some knowledge of music, and to these
Mrs. Wadsworth's new series will di
rectly appeal. It is planned to have
short and simple explanations made be
tween the Illustrative numbers of the
various Instruments constituting an or
chestra and of the various forms of or
chestral compositions, so as to lead to
a better comprehension and fuller ap
preciation of music throughout the com
munlty. Mrs. Wadsworth has been as
sured of the Interest of all the large
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private schools and also of a large num
ber of representative business men.
Tne Washington Symphony Orchestra
was organized about ten years ago. and
Mr Reginald De Koven was Its first
director. Since then it has met with
varying fortunes, but ever growing rep
utation. Some of the present directors of tht
organization are Mrs. Robert Hinckley.
Mrs. John Jay White, Mrs. Fremont
Smith. Mrs. Buckner Randolph. Mrs.
Walter Bruce Hone. Mrs. Samuel Em
mons, Mrs. Preston Gibson. Jars. Walter
Tuckennan. Mrs. A. Lisner. Mrs. Sinclair
uowen. aim iirr, xom a. imams. sir.
Gordon dimming Is the vice president.
Before leaving Washington for the
summer Mrs. Wadsworth sent out hun
dredsof membership cards, the annual
dues being 15, hoping In this way to raise
the necessary 3S.000 which would put the
orchestra on its feet financially. But so
far the returns havd only brought -tn
11.900. leaving 33.100 still to be raised.
It Is time for the backward contributor
to come forward. November la nearly
here. The orchestra must. If possible,
arrange dates for the coming concerts
and engage soloists. The public-spirited
philanthropist and the music lover have
a golden opportunity to do their share
toward the support of something worth
while, not only because of the orches
tra a good work, but also because of its
educational value to the Increasingly in
Until this " ear Washington had a tall
end baseball nine. Why not make 1912-13
a clean sweep and beat Boston with an
orchestra as well as with Griffith's men?
A successful symphony money talks.
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Mathewson
have returned to Washington, after
spending the summer at their country
place In vv oodstock, conn , and have
opened their house in R Street for the
Mr. and Mrs. John Hajs Hammond are
expected at the Virginia Hot Springs the
last of October for their usual autumn
Capt. and Mrs. Richard Davenport have
returned to Washington from New York
and will be at the Grafton until they
open their house in Eighteenth Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brett Noyes have
returned to this city with their daughter.
Miss Ethel Nojes, who will be one of the
debutantes of the coming winter. Owing
to the recent death of Mr. Noyes' brother,
the dance at which Miss Noyes was to be
formally presented to society has been
Miss Frances Noyes is visiting friends
In Chicago and St- Paul and will not re
turn here until the middle of November.
Mrs. George Bliss, accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Ruth Bliss, and Miss
He I, daughter of CoL and Mrs. Charles
Hel, has gone to New York to witness
the naval review. They will remain In
New York for about a week.
Capt. R. C Langdon Is at the Grafton
for a short stay.
A surprise party was tendered Miss
Eleanor Selinger Friday evening, in
honor of her eighteenth birthday. Among
those present were the Misses Julia
Kohner. Lorraine Sommers, Juliette
Llchstensteln, Katharine Heller, Dorothy-
SteifeL Dorothy Oettlnger, Jeanette
Elseman, Ralph Goldsmith. Herbert
Simons, Mortimer King, Maurice Seling
er, Raymond Goodman, William - Stern
berg, Sidney Rosenthal. Julian Jackson.
Maurice Nordllnger, and Lawrence Nord
linger. Miss Edith Strasburg has been 'visiting
friends In Baltimore for the past ten
Mr. Leonard WeiL of Philadelphia,
spent a few days In Washington during
the past week.
One of the prettiest weddings of the
season took place last night in St Pat
rick's Church 'when Miss Stella Carusll
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carusi.
and Mr. William Taft. son of Mrs. Gld
dlngs, were married.
Every seat In the beautifully decorated
church was occupied when the bride,
preceded by her bridal party, walked up
the aisle escorted by her father, who
gave her away. ''She wore an exquisite
gawn of white charmeuse, covered with
old lace, and her vell'was arranged with
orange blossoms. She carried a shower
bouquet oi uues or e.vaney.
chutea, and carried a, booquefof yeUow
chrysanthemums. The brWiifaUt. Miss
Ludada Pennebaker, Hiss BuforsTBrlcev.
and mm Ruth Jones, were dressed la
yellow crsfs. veiled in shadow' lace, sad
too , earrtsd yalloir , chrysanthemums.
The .three flower girl were Miss Helen
Carnal Mlsa Lillian Relslnger. and Mlas
Lillian Thompson, a ceusin of the bride.
They wore dainty, dresses of white lace
and carried baskets of yellow tulips.
A large reception at the home of the
bride's parents In Thirteenth Street, fol
lowed the church ceremony. The bouse
was artistically decorated with palms
and yellow chrysanthemums, the pre
vailing, color, and a collation was served
in the dining-room.
Mrs. John Jay White and Miss Sophie
Slebert have arrived at Breton Woods
for a brief visit. They made the trip by
Mrs. M. Maxwell, of New York, Is at
the Grafton for two weeks.
Miss Gladys Mayer has returned to her
home In Airy View apartments, after
spending two weeks with her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Myer, of Baltimore.
Mrs. Henry Sonnebaum, who spent a
few'idays In the city during the past
week, has returned to her home In Bal
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fischer, of 1724
Lanier Place, will be at home this even
ing from 7 to 10 In honor of their
twenty-fifth wedding anniversary.
Miss Ray Eversman, of Baltimore, ML,
Is spending some time In Washington
with. Mrs. E. Rosenthal.
Mrs. Stsnley McCormlck has Invited
several friends to a luncheon to-day at
her Newport residence, with the stipula
tion that a frolic in the surf be the open
ing feature of the entertainment. Society
Is wondering how many of those invited
will brave the elements as agreed.
Mrs. Silas W. Terry, widow of
Rear Admiral Terry, U. S. N, who has
spent the last four months with her son-in-law
and daughter, Lieut. Flllppo
Camperio, royal Italian navy, and Mme.
Camperlo. at their home In Italy, has
returned to America.
Miss Mabel Welnburg. of Wilmington.
N. C, Is spending a few days in the
city with relatives.
Miss Carrie Abrams. who spent a few
days In the city with friends, has re
turned to her home in Norfolk.
Mr. William Sternberg, of New York.
is visiting relatives for a few dais.
Brig. Gen. Charles J. Allen, U. 8. A., is
at the Gordon Hotel.
Mrs. Conger, who for the past two
years has been living in Annapolis, has
returned to Washington, accompanied by
her daughter Harriet, and taken! an
apartment at the Cordova. Paymaster
Conger has been relieved from duty In
Annapolis, and Is now on the Tacuma.
one of the ships doing patrol duty off
Mr. Sidney Bavesdorfer has returned
to his home in Philadelphia, after a
short visit to friends In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. James Lansburgh an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Miss Beatrice Lansburgh. to Mr.
Leonard Weinberg, of Baltimore. Md.
Mrs Anna C. Morrison announces the
engagement of her daughter. Miss Mar
Jorte Morrison, to Mr. Harry A. Gray,
of New York. The wedding will take
place the latter part of November in St.
Stephens Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Walter Van Swerengen, wife of
Dr. Van Swerengen. of 15J Twenty-sec
ond Street. Is quite ill t her home
On of the most delightful entertain
ments of the season was given in Lenox
on Friday nlcht by Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Patterson at Blantyre. A dinner for
thirty, at which the table decorations
were orchids from their conservatories,
was followed by a muslcale.
Mrs Bert Helneman, of Baltimore, has
returned to her home, after a short visit
to friends in the city.
The wedding of Mr. Frank. Faramo to
Miss Fannie Lacovaro was solemnized
at St. Joseph's Church on Wednesday
last at 4 in the afternoon. Mr. and
Mrs Faramo will be at home after to
day at 2TS Fifteenth Street Southeast.
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Miller, of Ten
nessee Avenue, have been entertaining
Hon. Lewis Hutchinson snd Mrs. Hut
chinson, of Berlin, N. H.: Miss Mary
Huston, of Vlneland, N. J, and Ml
Emma Squire, of Brooklyn. N. Y. The
latter Is a soprano soloist In a church
Mrs. Stone, of Ithaca, N. T., Is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rosenthal,
of this city.
Miss Beatrice Lansburgh has returned
to her home in Washington, after spend
ing several dais in Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Goldsmith an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. Miss Annette Goldsmith, to Mr.
William Thalheimer. of Richmond. Va.
At home. Wednesday. November 6. from
8 to 12 p. m, at the Playhouse. 1811 N
The Mildred Lee Chapter, Children of
the Confederacy, was entertained by the
Dixie Chapter, u. 13. c, at the confed
erate Memorial Home, In Vermont Ave
nue, Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Howell Smith, the president of
the Dixie Chapter, received the little
guests, assisted by the other members
of the chapter; Mrs. J. P. Knock, the
historian of the chapter, provided a most
Interesting feature of the entertainment
In her graphic description of the origin
of "Dixie." which was listened, to with
rapt attention by the little folk. Follow
ing this explanation, the children joined
in singing "Dixie," led by Dr. Clifton P.
Clark, who also contributed In his own
Inimitable style several Southern melo
dies snd lullabys. Refreshments were
served, and dancing completed the enter
Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn, of Belmont Street,
are visiting relatives in Richmond, Vs.
Miss Kuhn. who was the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Kuhn, has also left for her
home In Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Evans Brown, who spent
the early autumn at-Atlatnic City, have
returned to their home.
Dr. "Luclen. Clark has gone to Colum
bus. Ohio, to visit the Methodist Epis
copal Church, of which he Is .a former
Miss Josle Hodges Is home, having
spent the summer in Bermuda.
Mrs. Martha Bachracb has returned
from a summer spent In Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Clephane and
Caally, have returned from Haven, Me
Martin. . have returned from" Berkeley,
CaL. where they spent several weeks.
OenTw. W. Wallace will be the guest
of- Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Frank for the
winter. . -
Mr.'end Mrs. A- A. HoehUa and Mrs.
Hodge, MrsJ Hoebllng's mother, have re
turned from Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. R. Ogllby hare
returned from Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Titus J. Spiker are en
tertaining their daughter and son-in-law.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kuhn. "who have
been for some time In Tennessee.
' Mrs. S. J. Henry entertained her sister.
Mrs. Barnet Phillips, of New York, on
Tuesday at dinner. Covers were laid
for ten. - ,
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tiller have re
turned to their home here. Mr. Tiller
has been touring! the West with CoL
Roosevelt, and Mrs. Tiller has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Patterson.. In
Dr. and Mrs. Egbert A. Clark are home
from a four months' stay in Canada.
Mrs. Charles Conard and family have
closed their cottage on Long Island and
are occupying their home.
Mrs. William K. Butler was hostess
on Friday afternoon from 3 to 6 JO o'clock
for the Chevy Chase Chapter of the
Y. W. C A.
The marriage of Miss Mary Dalton,
daughter of Mrs. M. L. Dalton, to Dr.
William Hamilton, took place yesterday
morning at All Saints' Church. Chevy
Chase. Canon Austin officiated, and only
the Immediate relatives of the bride and
bridegroom witnessed the ceremony. A
reception was held later In the afternoon
at the home of the bride's mother on
The bride wore a handsome gown of
white charmeuse and lace, and a tulle
veil, which was held In place with
orsnge blossoms. Mrs. D. A. Braun
steln, sister of the bride, was maid of
honor. Her dress was of black and
white chiffon, and she carried pink
roses. After December 1 Dr. and Mrs.
Hamilton will be at home at 3710 Patter-'
Mrs. D. H. Martin, of Frostburg. And
her children are the guest of Mrs. M. A.
Cole on Second Street,
A supper and fair will be given by the
order of the Eastern Star at the Masonic
hall next week three nights, beginning
Miss Susan Crommiller has returned
from a visit to friends In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Snowden. of Baltimore, visited
relatives here during the week.
Mrs. Livingstone, of New York. Is the
guest of Mrs. Charles Hooff at Oaklands I
iUrB. Ol&AC. OE DtllliUlurC la lUC UCBk
of her mother. Mrs. Innerarity.
Mr. Albaugh was married last Wed'
nesday in Annapolis to Miss May Co
bom. of Washington. On their return
from the wedding trip they will make
their home here, where Mr. Albaugh
has been living for some time.
Miss Ethel Gwynne has returned from
a visit to relatives in Calvert County.
Miss HalL of Baltimore, was the guest
of Miss Helen Innerarity this week.
Mrs. S. Nuby, of Warrenton. Va is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. William E.
Mrs. Frederick Dallam visited relatives
In Baltimore this week.
Mrs. W. Franklin Taylor, accompa
nied by her daughter, was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Bold, in Philadelphia
Mrs. Thomas Grimes, son and daughter
have returned to their home in Cali
fornia, after spending several weeks vis
iting relatives in this vicinity.
Mr. John J. Hlggins, Jr. has returned
from an automobile trip to New York
city, where he took in the opening game
of the world s baseball scries Tuesday.
Miss Sadie E. Thompson, of German
town, this county, and Mr. John Fred
erick HalL of Washington, were mar
ried in Rockville a few das ago by
Rev. Samuel R. White, of the Baptist
Church, at the home of the minister.
Rev. Philip B. McGuire. of Baltimore,
formerlv pastor of St. Xiao's Catholic
Church here, spent several das in Rock
ville during the week.
Miss Florence Alberta Roberts, of
Unity, this county, and Mr. Zackariah
T. Windsor, of Mount Airy, Md .. were
married Thursday at noon at the home
of George Robert Hiwes. near L'nltl. an
uncle of the bride. The ceremonv was
performed by Rev. C D. Laffertl. rector
of the Episcopal Church at Olney. In
the present of a small number of rela
tives and friends of the couple. A re
past followed, after which Mr and Mrs.
Windsor departed for their honevmoon
Mrs. Hugh Magruder ha returned to
her home In Baltimore, after visiting
her mother. Mrs E. B Prettiman, here.
Among the couples married In Rock
ville recently were Miss Clara Vlck and
Mr. Thomas Henry Whelan. both of
Richmond. Va . by Rev. Frank M Rich
ardson, pastor of the Southern Methodist
Church: Lloyd D. West and Miss Marcla
Margaret Jackson, both of Washington,
and Miss Nora Lee Oliver and Mr. Bur
bess Sullivan, both of Rappahannock
Mrs. Robert E. L. Smith has returned
from a visit to Salem. Va.
Mrs. John Brewer has returned from
Cumberland. Md. where she spent a few
Mr. John Brewer, of Washington, re
cently visited relatives here.
Capt, and Mrs. Elden J. Hartshornc
and sons have returned to their home at
Kensington, after spending several weeks
In Western New York.
Dr. Frank R. Rowdibush. of Decatur,
IIL. recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles
R. Rowdybush at Kensington
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Thomas have re
turned to their home at Kensington,
after visiting in the South.
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which we have
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Corner lSth and H Sts.
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Don't forget that there's a
Nemo Cone for every figure.
If yoa have won a Nwo.
aad didn't lie it, yoa Bay be
are ihat yoa didn't select a
wodel statable for your figure; or
you tried to wear a size too smal
which b alway a tnbtakc.
' Neao Corsets do things; so
they MUST be worn m the
right model aad the right size
then bo other corset it to coot
fortable, durable and ttynth.
Be a Wise Womu!
Select a Nemo that SUITS
and FITS you. Then youD
always be a Nemo wearer.
Here's a corset (No. 522) that
has no rival for a figure which
needs perfect abdominal support
from underneath. It insures
splendid style with complete ease.
But if you wear it in a size
too small, it may be uncomfort
able and even painful.
That's not the fault of this
splendid corset It's just some
With taipnved Bullet
No. 522 medium bust) C Afl
tjhese corsets hate brought
health to a host of women and
sated thousands from the sur
geon's knife. Yet they are
perfect STYLE corsets.
For STOUT Figures
Hip-Con fining Bands:
No. 319 low bust ) 0 nn
No. 353 low boat
No. 354 medium
No. 406 low bust )jf fifl
New "In-Curvo Back:" '
No. 506 low bust iservn
No. SOS-medium fiw
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sad deal only with stores that will
bow you a NEMO when you ail (or it.
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