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' WASHINGTON. D. GL. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
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cently announced, htm been tn CTaaUnt.
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tantei in London during the season there. Mrs. Howard will introduce Miss
Perin to Washington society at a tea at her home on December ti.
Miss Rebekah Wilmer i annther "hnd" frnm the n!H refriVn rirrlo r.t !
RS. TAFT and Miss Helen Taft, who are at present in New York, will Capital who will be extensively entertained by their hosts of friends. Dr. and
I VI probably reach Washington on Wednesday or Thursday and join the
President Owing to the official mourning for the Vice President, no
formal entertaining will take place at the White House at present
Tn the "little season," before the rush of debutante teas, dinners, and dances,
the gay world of the Natiqnal Capital is taking its pleasures in homoepathic
doses, sugar coated, and pleasant to the taste, but not lasting in effect
One o'f the amusements of which residents here never seem to tire are the
moving picture shows. Go any evening in the week to the Masonic Temple and
glance about the well-filled hall. There jou will find members of the Russian
Embassy, the Turkish Embassy, the Japanese Embassy, the Cuban Legation, and
many other representatives of the foreign governments spending a leisure hour
before dropping into the Metropolitan Club or visiting fashionable homes in the
Northwest And the army and navy set, as well as the resident circle, go often
to the building, the curb being lined with smart electrics and limousines nightly.
The skating rink at the Arcade is another popular resort for the younger
smart set Last Wednesday the Misses Allen, daughters of Col. and Mrs.
Henry T. Allen, gave a large skating party, afterward taking their guests to
their home for a hot Supper. And many jolly parties are given nightly at the
Playhouse by the ultra-fashionable men and women. The Riding Club and the
Fencing Club also have their devotees, both masculine and feminine, and Wash
ington society stand second to none in these two sports.
The day of the debutante is approaching with great rapidity. Already many
elites have been set for the initial appearance of the pretty "buds," who will
find a cordial welcome awaiting them in Washington drawing rooms.
One of the most interesting of the debutantes o'f the season will undoubted
';. be Miss Leila Ray Harrison, daughter of Mrs. George E. F. Harrison, and
niece of Mrs. Edward F. Qualtrough, both of whom, when the Misses Ray, were
belles in the old resident circle of the Capital. The late Mrs. Ross Ray, Miss
Harrison's grandmother, resided at the "comer of F and Nineteenth Streets, in
the house now leased by the Minister of the Netherlands and Mme. Louden, and
which was the center of the gayety and gracious hospitality of that day during
the Grant administration.
Mrs. Harrison has been absent from Washington for some twentj-five ears.
rnd has jtt-t returned to introduce her daughter to the family friends of many
jear residing here. Mrs. Qualtrough will give a debut tea for her niece at
the Playhouse on Tuesday afternoon, December 10. and later she will give a
cotillion "for her at Rauscher's. Mrs. Harrison will also ge a ball for her
daughter in January.
Miss Harrison, who is a beautiful blond, has been in Europe for the past
vcar with Mrs. Qualtrough, and has met with marked social success both in
Home and Berlin, where she was constantly entertained.
Another debutante, who made her bow to society in Europe last ear, is
Miss Margaret Perin, the charming daughter of Mrs. George Howard. She
was presented at the Court of St. James, and was one of the most popular debu-
Mrs. Wilmer will give a tea for her at their new home, iioi R Street, on Sat
urday afternoon, December 7.
Brig. Gen James B. Aleshire, U. S. A and Mrs. Alcshire ill introduce
their second daughter. Miss Dorothy Aleshire, to Washington soeirty at a tea
at their residence in S Street on December 17. Miss Aleshire spent last winter
at school in Paris.
Another "army girl," Miss Esther Foote. will be presented to society at a
tea given by her father and mother. Col. Stephen-M. Foote. U. S: A., and Mrs.
.foote, at their apartments in the Brighton, on Wednesday afternoon, De
Mr. and Mrs. Orlando H. Smith will give a Urge reception at Rauscher's
on Saturday evening, December 14, to present their young daughter. Miss
Lanette Smith, to society at the Capital.
The all-absorbing topic of conversation in salon and club to-day, to-morrow,
and Tuesday will be the election, and society is making every preparation to
obtain the earliest returns from the polls in the easiest and most entertaining
way. The city will be honeycombed with special wires Tuesday evening, reach
ing into every club and hotel of importance and not a few o'f the private resi
dences of leaders in official and residential circle. At the Whte Hotie a
special service for returns will be in working order, and although neither the
Presdent nor any member of his family is expected to be there, undoubtedly
1 large number of the higher officials and their wives, will go to the Executive
Mansion to hear the results of the election, and nowhere will the bulletins be
more eagerly scanned. The President himself will be in Cincinnati, where he
will cast his own vote. And Mrs. Taft and Miss Helen Taft will hear the re
turns at the Manhattan Hotel in New York.
Many of the Cabinet officers will be out of the city casting their votes aho.
but those who are in Washington and the members of their families will he
among the gathering at the White House Tuesday evening.
At the Metropolitan Club, the Army and Navy Club, the Cosmos Club, the
University Club, and others, wires will tell the members the results throughout
Many of the men and women who play a prominent part in Washington's
gay world will spend part o'f Tuesday evening in Pennsvlvania and New York
Avenues, joining in the great good-natured and much-thrilled crowds about the
MISS LEILA SAT HARBISON.
(irand.I.nahlrr of 31. Hnaa Ray, will make brr-defaat Tlrreruber IO.
wag kept entirely
Mrs. nalph was MIts Elizabeth Wood.
and her marriage to Mr. Ralph occurred!
aeverai momns after the nrst meetine.
and was tolemnlzed In July, 1M, at St.
JarlatliV Church, in Jackson Roulevanl
Chl'-ajto. In the pn-ence of their relatives
and close friends There are four sons
or thin eminently happy union, of whom,
the eldest. Edward. Is engased In buil-
newspaper bulletin boards. That the fashionable hotels will be the scenes of ness " Arizona, and the others. Robert,
tr.anv env nlMnot ! a fnreffnne rnnrltisir.il. The manafrrmrnK !,n,r nkr, D?nlt.1- and. Howard .are attending local
proided for ghing the latest return to their patrons.
On November 11 Washington will capitulate to the United Daughter of the
Confederacy which goes to show that the "female of the species i more dead!
than the male" and the National Capital will give a warm welcome to the
hundreds of charming representatives of the "sunny South."
The session of this convention will he presided over by Mr.-. Alexander B.
White, of Pari. Tcnn.. president-general. Mr. Dairy C. Ludlow is one of the
rc president: Mr. Roy Weeks McKinney, of Paducah, Ky., is recording sec
retary general: Mr. Edward C. Schnabel. of New Orlean, is corresponding sec
retary general. The delegates to the convention will be extensively entertained
during their stay in Washington. President and Mr. Taft will receive the
Daughters in the White House on Thursday, November 14.
woo la an artist of distinction. Mia'
London la a popular debutant of th
fall In Baltimore.
Mlaa Etta Simon, who spent the pas
six months In this city 'as the gusat of
Mr. and Mrs. A. N'usbaum. and part ofl
tha time In Norfolk and New Tork. fa
turned to her home In Montlcello. Kla.
Miss SalUe SImmsTof Waahlnaton. vha.
tti fS rt of M- J- D- Thomas, of
Round HIU, Vo. will return to the city
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Sliver innm.
the marriage of their daughter Margarst
to Mr. 8. Smller. The cremonrwi
performed October ia hr- Pahb t. m
t Uie home of the bride. In Irrloa;
A delightful Halloween party was
given by Miss Edna Petrola at her resi
dence, SIC Ninth Street Her guest were
entertained by games and singing, and
they entered heartily Into the spirit of
the occasion. The house waa decorated
with autumn flowers and lanterns, and a,
delicious supper was served later la the
evening Among the guests were Vis
Stella Petrola. Miss MiM t.i.
Miss Rena Wood. Miss Alta Wood, Mis
Bessie Pettlt Mis Margaret Cogan. Miss
LHIIe Patzschke. Miss Rebecca. Hender
son. Mlsg Hetty Patzschke Mi.. -Ft,...-
ence Woodrich. .Mr. John B. Altmann,
Jr.. Mr. J. O. Pumphey. Mr. Adoiph Fu-
J.CH, jir. r.awara castelle. Jr., Mr Ed
ward J. Marney, Mr. Milton R. Shaw
and Mr. George Wright
.Mrs;. D,vl,i Posner has returned to
i:w im-k alter a short visit In the city.
St. Dominic's Church was the scene of
an attractive wedding Wednesday even
ing. October S. when Miss Emily ITljatt.
of Southwell. Nottlnghampshlre, Eng
land, and Mr. Thoma Marriott Smith
Jr.. of this city, were married. TIib
ceremony was performed by the Rev.
J. A. Cowan. Mrs. Patrick C. Geoglie
gan was matron of honor, and Mr. Pat
rick C OeOKhecan was tli best man.
The bride wore a becoming gown nf
white satin, trimmed with lace and pearl
ornaments, a white picture hat. and she
carried a bouquet of Bride's roses.
.Aiinougn .Mr. Smith has only resided
scnoois. .Mrs. Itaipn possesses great
rnarm or ennracter and manner, and. Is
especially active In religious and philan
thropic work. Their home In Ilrookland
Is a noted center of hospitality.
Mrs. Oeorge Cabot Lodge sailed from
New York esterday on the Oceanic to
spend the winter In Europe.
Mrs. Dunbar gave a delightful tea
Jtsterday afternoon at the Naval Ho
Pltal in nonor of Mrs. Menefee. wife of
Ueut Com. Menefee. V S. N.
for School Boys
On November s rwMent Taft will re-T
ccit. tl.e Japtiuete. mDaisdor. ' - it)t
Sutemi Chlnda. who will present his ofll- ,
clal papers from the new Emperor ot
Japan. During that same aay tne -m-dent
will. also receive the Minister from
Denmark, Mr. Bran, who has recently
arrived In Washington.
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sizes 2 to 6.
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11 to 2
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3.0O to 4.50
2-50 and '2-75
200 and 2-25
Style with comfort; for
Men and Women.
4-00, 4.50, 5
Arthur Burt Co., 1343 F St.
The Secretary of the Interior and Mrs.
Walter Fisher have returned to Wash
ington from an extended trip tn Hawaii
and the West and .lave opened their
residence. 1410 Connecticut Avenue, for
Mi. and Mrs. Frederick Chapln. who
have spent the past month at the French
Lick Springs, have returned to Washing
ton for the stason
Mr. James T. Du Bols. American Mln
Ister to Colombia, has gone to New
Commander and Mrs. Kdwarri t". Qual
trough will move shortly to the resi
dence 1714 I Street, which they have
leased for the season, having sold their
house In Hlllyer Place to Mr. and Mrs.
Beale Bloomer, who will occupy 11 this
Mrs. Thomas K. Laughlin. sister of
Mr. Taft. will arrive In Washington
within the next few days to take ios-
sesstpn of the house 1G2C N Street, which
she has rented for the winter. Mrs.
Laughlin. who Is well known her-. Is
a welcome addition to the winter cclony.
Mrs. Henry A. Peckham has given up
her residence on Connecticut Avenue and
has leased a house on K Street for the
winter. Her mother. Mrs. William An
derson, of Cincinnati, has Just received
word that her handsome cottage at
Watch Hill has been completely de
stroyed by fire.
Washlngtonlans are deeply Interested
In the announcement of the engagement
of Baroness Alixe Mocheur, daughter of
Baron Charles Moncheur, Belgian Am
bassador to Turkey, and formerly the
Minister of Belgium at Washington, to
Mr. L. F. Loree. of New York, and
West Orange. N. J. Baron and Baroness
Moncheur were among the most popular
of the diplomats In Washington, and
their daughter has many friends in the
.Mrs. William H. Carter, wife of Mai
Oen. Carter. U. S. A., is chairman of
the committee in charge and Is being
assisted uy Mrs: v. D. West. Mr.
Charlotte Lane. Mrs. R. C. DuIJols. and
Mrs. Edward A. Godwin. Tickets can
bo purchased from Mrs. DuBols. Jt MS
Sixteenth Street, and from Mrs. od
wln, at the Dresden.
The Russian Ambassador and Mmc.
nakhmetefT have returned to the city
from New York, where thev made a
MaJ. Theodore Low, V. S M. C, re
tired, who lias been vilting relatives in
.ew iiaven. uonn.. has returned to
Washington and opened his home. 15(9 N
Rear Admiral Leavltt C. Logan. V. S.
N.. retired, has returned to Washington
and opened his residence on Hlllyer
A weddin? of Interest to Washington
ians took placs In New York yesterday
at noon when Miss Lucy Gunn Uirnle,
daughter of Col. Roger Blrnle. U. S. A..
and Mrs. Blrnle. and Mr. Henry Vin
cent Horgan were married In the chan
cery of Grace Church. Only relatives
of the bride nnd bridegroom wltnesiu-d
the ceremony, which was performed by scries of visits In the neighborhood of
me jtev. ur. Mattery, rector of the Philadelphia before returning to Wash
Mr. leon Oprenhelmer Is spending the
week-end In Washington with his par
ents. Mr. Oppenhelmer Is a student at
the- I'nlversltv of Pennsylvania
A! i iii ,li.ii i' 1 -
a delightful Halloween dinner on Thuis
day night In honor of the Assistant At
torney General and Mrs. Peyton, at the
Brighton I-ater In the evening their
guests were entertained by fortune-telling,
ballot dancing, and dance for the
Gen and Mrs. James Kerr were also
hosts that night ai the Brighton.
Mls Verbena Adler has returned to
the city from New York, where she had
been for several weeks.
Cri. and Mrs. Charles Ilromwell. for
merly of Washington, are slopping at the
Countr Club In Cleveland. Ohio, before
taking possession of the houfe they have
Mrs. Bonhelm and son have returned to
New York" after spending several weeks
with relatives In the ctty.
Altdorfer. the author and special writ.r.
recently purchased a home at Chevv-
S "?d ' rartr w:" m"-e 'n the
nature of a housewarmin-
BrlllUntly lighted and decorated with lIn Washington a few years, he has mam-
autumn to,-.. ..i frf.nu h..u ri i.-i..i . '
.... ....... i-Mi -uninemunis. and I .. ,ir- pnuai pany were en
American Beauty roses, with manv- odd , ,trtalnc'1 at thf- w Ebhltt immedlatv
fh "I HaIlmw','n lanterns tcarered a"er "" ceremony. They left later 'ti
me Krounas. tne place presented:':"- ver''"B on an extended trip through
..... -iwuujut oi a rairy biwer tiC
guests were treated to a numl-r of sur
prises. One of the rao-t startling was a
number of Jack-o'-lanterns -ii.1dt.xil,
lighted when th ini-..t. in..... ......, ...
!V'.'.SC- Jhe lU"'oIe r"cl a very ar
The gu-sts were entertained l.y th-
well-known Collegiate Quartet Prof
Raymond U. Storcli was the man of the
hour with the niano Dan. !,. .
other feature Joined in by old andoung"
A buffet sunr-er wn .i-t.,ui i-,- t. i.
dorter, who Is a rharmlnr Iiost"
Among those r-resent ,,.,. i-t.-,
.-mnpson. ...rare Slinnron. lmr.i
Mr. and Mrs. A. T Gusdorff. of Brook
field Avenue, announce the engagement
of their daughter Flora to Mr. B. Kat
ztntein. The governing board of the Federal
Women's Kquality Association will give
a reception in the red room of the K -bltl
House Tuesday evening. Novembe
iV. Addresses will be made bv Mrs Fred
Du Hois. Dr Klnora Folkinan. Mr R E.
Lambert. Miss Jant Richards. .M,s
Kvelin Reldon, Ml-s Henrietta F Illftr.n!
and Mrs Jennie I. Monroe Music w 11
SST.B2r EM. 5" ' !' - .-- V T-
.-o...cr uiiiimn, Lillian Keeves. Mr and
yr. ,-. u. uinnon. and Mr and Mrs
Harry C Claflln: Messrs. Porter Matlox.
Percy Rowen. P-inford Covington. Jatk
Tllton. rjdon Browne. Ilerliert II War
ner. R Kdmund Hal!. Raymond Tomr-
"-. -.1.11.1m j. i-i,.r TtavntO"d
'or.li. a.i,j the 'ni .ia e ;i .ni
and Mr. John Whitt.
Mr. Bertha Cnblenza. of the Wtlbu -tin.
who has b.-n abroad all srmnier
visiting her son-ln-taw and Itu2liler. rr
of Uudapts h.-i" tctii lied
I: lunrt )ir rM
Read Admiral and Mrs. Thomas
Howard have lca"ed an apartment
Stonelelgh Court for the season.
Mrs. Henry Jonas and little son Harold
have returned to their home In Goshen.
N. Y.. after a stay of several weeks with
their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmith.
Mrs. J. Porter BIddle will leave Bar
Harbor this week, and wilt make
The bride, who was unattended, wore
a styll"h dark blue traveling suit and
a smart hat to match. After the cere
mony the bride and bridegroom and their
relatives were entertained at a wedding
breakfast at 8herry's. Mr. and Mrs.
Horgan will reside In Glen Ridge. N. Y.
Miss Sylvia May Is the guest of Miss
Anette Goldsmith, of Calvert Street
Miss Valerie Padelford. granddaughter
of Mrs. Ordway. will spend the Christ
mas holidays with her friend. Miss Alice
Lewis, oaugnter of Mr. and Mrs. Thorn
ton Lewis, at their home In Cincinnati.
Later in the season Mrs. Lewis will
Introduce her daughter to Washington
society, having leased nn apartment
here for the wrlnter.
"Banister" Shoes for Men
"Onyx" Hosiery for Men,
Women, and Children
Mrs. Merriam, wife of Paymaster Mer-
riam, U. S. N., has arrived In Washing
ton and la visiting her mother, Mrs.
Richard Wallach, at her home In I
The Army-Navy Chapter, D. A. R.,
will give a card party In the parlors of
the New Ebbltt on the afternoon of
November 1 at 2 o'clock to raise funds
to finish payment on the memorial which
Miss Marguerite Kaufman, of Rhode
Island Avenue, entertained Thursday
night In celebration of Halloween. Among
tnose present were the Misses Sara
Koenlgsberger. Gladys Mayer. Celeste
Goodman. Belle Schlffman. Dora Schlff-
man. Louise Einstein. Amalle Hollander.
Alma Kaufman. Edith Strasburger.
Florence Nye, and Verbena Adler;
Messrs. Arthur Luchs, Arthur Neuman.
Maurice Elseman. Joseph Kaufman. Nor
man Fischer, Jerome Meyers. Eugene
Young. Emanuel Haas. Bernard Baer,
Albert Stelnem. SJdney Kaufman, and
We artre Herald KM eoatest Tote
(ftom the Cnibwonuui.)
You may be as healthy aa a bird In the
air and stIU have a poor complexion.
Changing seasons and temperatures,
winds, duat. and dirt, u-e apt to Injure
anv skin, even thoturh the r-r-i .i.w
be good. When these external Influences
spoil the complexion, the natural, thing Is
to remove the spoil by external means.
win ...- j aiwuiu me wvatner-beftten
fUm-skln, a little each day. In a week or
ima "ti" u.nu-new complexion,
a new akin. The exquisitely beautiful and
youthful completion thus acquired, cornea
ao easily, without 'harm or discomfort
there's np reason why any woman should
net adopt this simple treatment Get an
ounce of mereolUed wax at any drug
Men. apply nightly Ilk. m y-J.5
washing It off mornings. This sln
In altW Mas ---..
TO OUlCkly 1YRMTA Wrrtnlrl.. . .
Mrs and W, bathe th faoo ooeiiitenaliy
Among the Important government offl
cials well known nationally Is Mr. Jo
seph Edward Ralph. Director of the Bu
reau of Engraving and Printing, the
man who makes the money." Mr. Ralph
is a native of Illinois and Is now in his
noroe city to cast his vote for President
Taft. Mrs. Ralph Is also a native of
Illinois and was born in Rockford. al
though she has passed most of her life
In Chicago until her marriage.
Friends of the dignified and efficient
director have recently been amused by a
story which appeared In the American
Msgaxlne for October and which waa In
advertently reprinted bv The tt.i
Tils story represented the director of
tne oureau. Known as a most prosaic and
practical man. in ine ngnt of a gay
Lochlnvar defying the conventionalities
ana escaping witn tne iaay of his choice
in true melcdramatlc fashion. Accord
ing to me magazine, air. itaipn met his
wife at a ball given on the evening- of
March 17, In Jollet. and that he ran away
and married her the next day. Mr. Rainh
says that the first part ls.true; that he.
met nis wue at sucn a time and Dlace
nnd that he would have been wlllinr to
alope the next day. but the love affair phtvy Chase on Thursday evening. Mr.
Mr. Lazurus. of New York, his re
turned to his home after a short visit
In the city.
The marriage of Miss Isabelle Shaw
and Mr. Miles Standlsh Slocum. of New
York, took place October SI In St.
Louis, at the Central Presbyterian
Church, the Rev. Dr. Mauze officiating.
The bride, who Is an orphan, was
given In marriage by her uncle. Mr.
Lewis C. Nelson, nt whose home a wed
ding supper was served and a recep
tion was held following the ceremony.
The church was beautifully deco
rated with chrysanthemums and sml
lax. and at the home the decorations
were of chrysanthemums and smilax
In the dining-room, and American
Beauties and smilax In the drawing
room, where tha reception was held.
The bride wore a beautiful gown of
white satin brocade, partially veiled
In chiffon, embroidered with pearls and
trimmed with some handsome duchess
lace. A long court train of the bro
cade fell from the high waist line at
the back. She carried a shower of
lilies of the valley and orchids.
Mrs, Walker Hall was matron of
honor, and another cousin of the bride.
Miss Edna Nelson, was maid of honor.
There were two maids. Miss Kajhleen
Tlrrlll and Miss Emily Cale. and the
bridegroom was attended by Mr. Jer
maln slocum as best man. Mr. Jack
Feeny. of New York: Mr. Walker Hall,
of Cincinnati, and Mr. Harry Wrsister.
of St. Louis, were the groomsmen.
Mr. and Mrs. Slocum will reside In
New York, where the bridegrooms who
Is a son of Col. Slocum. IT. S. A.J and
a great-nephew of Mrs, Russell Sage,
Is In business.
Mr. Lawrence Heller, of the University
of Pennsylvania, is spending several
days with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Goldsmith
will give a reception at Rauscher's on
Thursday evening, November T, from
8 to 12 o clock, in honor of the engage
ment of their daughter. Miss Annette
Goldsmith, to William B. Thalhimer. of
Miss Bessie Rcj'ner and Harry Rey
ner leave Richmond, Va Tuesday for
Washington to attend the reception.
One of the most enjoyable affairs of
the season among the younger set of
Washington was the Halloween party
and dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Will
Ism L. Altdorfer at their bungalow In
-vu" iii!.in IUrri". who iia- Ik-, n
spending several week-. In the eitv with
n-r i-.Ier. .urs. l-nii Klnc. ha" return d
to her home jn New- York.
The engagement ! announced of Mr.
John Taj lor Arms, of this city, and Mi
Dorothy Noje of Itrookljn. N. Y Mr.
Arms, who is the son of the late John
Tavlor Arms, of Washington, is an archi
tect, a graduate of the Massachu-etts In
stitute of Technology, and i with th
firm which built the New York Public
Library. Though formerlv of Wahin-.
ton. .vir. Arms now- makes his home .u
Miss Nues is ihe il.tught.-r of Mr nml
Mrs Henry I. Noes. of r-i Kem"en
Street. Brookbn. and with her iior.
Miss Mary Noyes, is quite active in soial
life at her home. The newt .s told
at a luncheon Riven by the Mi Noyes
Thursday last. Heart-sh.ine.1 m ,.-.. ,'.-.i
decorated with ma!l cats lomi-x out
of bags bearing the name of M!ss
Noyes and Mr. Arms, announced rli tie-
to the guests, who vvele MU Nathalie
r. low, .virs. .-rii"on Ok-ott. id Mrs
Robert Galr. Jr. Mrs. Morri. i-r.k,n.'
Ely. Mrs. Henry Hiilbert Sntphtn. Mrs.
ivuoinson i.eecn. Mls Florence Calhoun
Burke. MIs K. Madeline Doughert.
-iiss t-narlotte 1-eeeh. Mis Kathenno
Lyman White. Miss Florence iSernsn.
Mrs. Herman Carl Weber. Miss IMith
Thurston. Miss Margaret Wrisht. Mrs.
C. S. Munson and Miss Mary Noves
Mr. and Mrs. Ball, of West Philadel-
Mrs. Nannie M. Arnold, of Whittr r.
Cal . who has been visitine her In-othe-Judce
Jese m Hiatt. in Harva .1
Street for the past week. Mt ester.lav
for her bom, coin? by wav of Chicago.
St I.oui. and N"w Orleans
Mr P. Pev.er. of tlie SlalTor.I is
spending 'veral weeks In Newport
New, where she is the fust of p. r
son and dauchter-in-law. Mr and Mr.
S. IV ser.
Mr. and .Mr.- Harv.-y Jrter. of vy,
I-itnont Street Nurtiiwcst. cave a rh I-
dren' partv Thursdav- affrnoon ',-r
thir small -on and daughter. Jim and
Betsey Jester, and to a dozen of their
plaj mates of th- Friends Sele t Schu. 1.
A large pumpkin formed the table cen
terrlete. Plac decorations vve-e parts
of a complete telephone svetem, til"
lm.vs having the telephone and the girls
the rceivers The- pumpkin was fit!.-1
with prize" for the diners
Mis Ntllle Claire Howard entertained
at a prettv Halloween party Frtdav
eveninc. The guests toaited marsh
mallow and enjojed apples and chest
nuts around the op. n fire, where oM
fashloned stories were told Ther- wn n
DrlKnt J ck- o-Ianlern shining from the
front bay window, which was appro
priate to the ix tsion Among tfco"
pre"cnt were Miss Carrie I.ee Chamber
land. Miss Nannie Siicele). the -Mis.s
Day. Mr Ilnron. Messr". Howard. Mr
Price. Mr. Shumate. Mr Brown, nnd
phla. announce the engagement of th ir Mr Campazzl. of Georgetown ' Fnl-
uaugnier. Jllss Kstelle nail. n.l
Samuel Grecnbaum. of this citv-
Mrs. Lloyd D. Smoot. who has been
visiting In Washington has gone to Phil
adelphia, wljere she will spend the next
fortnight, returning here November IB
to be with Mrs. John D. Smoot for an
Mrs. Herman nnd dauKlit.-r. Mi I.or-
St Paul's Church on Wednesday morn
ing was the scene of r quiet wedding,
when Miss Anna Marguerite Preen,
daughter of Mr. and Mr". William II.
Breen. and Mr. Samuel C. Turley were
married, with nuptial mass by Mgr.
James F. Markin. The altar was beau
tifully decorated with white chrysanth
mums and many lighted tapers. During
ralne Herman, are sDendinc sevemi ' th- mne th nr?aniir te in- d.
weeks in Philadelphia with Mr. and Mrs. , Dowllng. rendered several beautiful se-
Miss Bessie Block London, of Balti
more. Md.. whose cngac.-mc'nt to .Mr.
The bride, who is most charming and
attractive, was becomingly attired In a
Confirmed on Pane Tiro.
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