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THE 'WASHmGltoN HERALD. SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1012.
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Continued from Pa ire One.
smart tailored suit of dark blue cloth,
with a picture hat of velvet and plumes.
111j Mayme Breen was her sister's only
Attendant, wearing a tailored an;; of tray
.doth, with a Urge black velvet hat and
-plumes. Mr. Vincent Smtth acted a
Later in the day- Mr. and Mr. Tur.ey
lert for an extended Southern honey
moon, visiting Palm Beach. St. Ausus
tine, and Atlanta. They will be at home
to their friends after December 1 at Uia
A very pretty home wedding. In which
the contracting parties were Miss Fame
Nelson Ourand and Mr. Louis Vincent
Stevenson, took place Saturday morning.
November 2, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Franck I
'Ourand. 931 I Street Northwest.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. J. T. Huddle, of St. Paul'a English
Lutheran Church, In the presence of tho
Immediate members of the respective
After a weddine luncheon, the harpy
couple left for an extended honeymoon
trip through the North. They will be at
home to their friends on and after De
cember 1 proximo at SM I Street Norfn
west. Dr. and Mrs. Fremont-6mlth will return
to Washington to-morrow from New
York, wheie they have been spending a
Lieut. Hugo Osterhaus. U. 8. N.. Is
spending the week-end in Washington.
Lieut. Col. Siocum. V. S. A., and Mra.
Slocum will return to Washington within
a few days from St. Louis, where they
went to attend the weddine of their
nephew. Mr. Miles Standlsh Slocum. and
Miss Isabel snaw. wnicn iook piace va
Thursday. Col. and Mrs. Slocum have
Tinted MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Fitzhugh'z
residence in Sheridan Circle for the winter.
Miss Valerie Garrard, daughter of the
Commandant of Fort Myer and Mrs.
Garrard, will go to Fort Monroe early
this week to visit friends.
Prince Gcnnero Caracciolo. of Italy,
who has been spending the summer in
Newport. K, I., will go to Boston this
week and will later visit Washington.
He Is busy writing a noel about Amer
ica a"hd Americans.
Mrs. Padgett hs returned to this city
after an extended visit to her nieces In
Mr. and Mrs Henry W. Hamilton have
moved to their new home, 3769 Oliver
Mrs. Goodwin and her daughters, Mrs.
Charles Gregory McRoberts and Miss
Beatrice Goodwin, are now located In
their new home. 5 Lenox Street.
Mrs. G. L. Whltford Is the guest of
friends in Baltimore.
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Coombs are re
ceiving congratulations upon the birth
of a daughter.
Mrs. Arthur Copeland entertained the
members of the Embroidery Club at a
luncheon Thursday afternoon.
Miss Walton was .hostess at a Hal
loween party last Thursday night, given
to her (.lass at Central High School.
Mrs. Laura R. Anderson has returned
home after a visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Frank P. Howell, of New York.
Mr. Horace Beali has gone to visit
friends in Huntington. W. Va
Mrs. J. M. Burrcll gave a bridge party
Monday afternoon In honor of her niece.
Miss Edith Merry, of Jacksonville. Fla.
week after visiting In Frederick, Md.
Miss Mary Johnston, the authoress,
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MBS. JOSEPH E. EALPH,
Wife of the Director of thr Bureau of Ewrravlnsr "! Prlntlnsj.
delivered a lecture on "Woman Suffrage"
at the George Washington University on
Tuesday afternoon. Dean WUlbur also
gave a short address.
Mrs. Wendel is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry O. Hine, in Highland Avenue.
Miss Gilbert, of Baltimore, is visiting
Miss Mane Yeakle.
Mrs. G. L. Htnes is staving with her
daughter in St. Claire. Pa.
Mrs. William F. Woolard entertained
at a Halloween dinner at her home on
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gambrill have
announced the marriage of their daugh
ter Lenlta to Mr. Arthur Vosbury Van
neman on Thursday, October "M, at Havre
de Grace, Md. Mr. Vanncman was for
merly of Georgetown.
A pretty home wedding took place on
Wednesday night at R o'clock at the
residence of the bride's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Clagett. when their
daughter. Nettle Gertrude, was married
to Mr. William Francis Stonebraker by
Rev. Father Connelly, of Petersvllle
Catholic Church. Frederick County. Md
The house was tastefully decorated with
palms and chrysanthemums. The bride,
escorted bv her father, wore a gown of
white cliarmcuse trimmed in point lace,
and carried a shower bouquet of Bride
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honor, who vvore white lace over pink
messaline. and carried pink roses. Little
Miss Elizabeth Duval!, niece of the bride.
was the flower girl, and wore white dot
ted Swiss over pink silk, and carried a
dainty basket of pink roses. Master
John Duvall was ring bearer A large
reception was held, after which Mr. and
Mrs. Stoncbraker left for their honey
moon, the bride wearing a smart tailored
blue broadcloth suit with hat to match.
After December 1 they will be at home
at "Glen Hosa." Weverton. Md. The
bride is a descendant of the tirst Bishop
of Marjland. Rev. Dr. Clagett.
Miss Josephine Harvey will leave the
first of the week to attend a house party
given by Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Ford at
their country homo in Prince George
Mr. John Magruder, of Mexico City, is
hern for a few dais on his wav to New
The ladies of Christ Church are ar
ranging for a large bazaar to be held at
Ltnthleum Hall November tZ and 22. the
proceeds of which arc for the benefit of
Mrs. Edward Haneke and voung son
have returned home after a visit at
Front Royal. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hllleary have re
turnd home after a visit to their son-in-law-
anl daughter. Mr. and Mrs
Veine Skillman. of Buffalo. N Y
The Georgetown Assemble will hold Its
1'rst dance at Ltnthleum Hall on De
Dr. W. C Barr lift Saturday for a
ten days' trip to Kansas Cltv, Mo.
U-v and Mrs WaltT Williams are
now located at the Toronto, and will
har with' than fir taw wfattar Hi
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Lane, have raiurned boss after spend-
am aereral momtha ia M. FaaL aim.
Hra. Uoyd taoot, of JaotuonrUsa, Fla.,
left raaterdar for a vnTi vlatt la Phil
adelphia, on her war awta rtr-wUl
top over In Washington aa the guest of
hex mother-in-law, Mr. Jatol soot, of
the Portland. '- " "
Mr. and Mrs. Phlltp Bcantllnsf returned
yesterday from' their honeymoon, and
win be at home after Deostnber 1 at' the
Nelson. Mrs. BcaaUiaaT waa formerly
Miss Elisabeth Ri aside,
Mrs. Washington ,W, Bowie, of Prince
George County, MeU spent the week-end
with btr mother, Mra Charles P. Will
v Miss Mary Xnowlta and her slater.
Mrs. Samuel R. Belt, have returned
home after visiting relative In Virginia.
Mr. A. Belt Mr. 8. R. Belt,-and Mr.
C Maddox have returned-hone from a
shooting trip In Southern Maryland.
Miss Bertha looker and her- brother.
Mr. Reginald Looker, who la recovering
from an operation for appendicitis, re
turned from Atlantic City Tnursoay,
A musical service will be given at tho
Episcopal Church, Chevy Chase. Hunday
night, when the address will be deliv
ered by Rev. Frederick B. Howdtn, of
St. John's Church, Georgetown.
Miss Ellen Ligon. of Elltcott City. Md.,
Is the guest of Ml Dorothy Leetch. of
Mrs. William Rohrer Is visiting; friends
in Altoona. Pa.
The sewing class of Peck Memorial
Church, under the direction of Mrs. R.
C Colllson. held Its first meeting on
A muslcale was given Monday night at
the home of Mrs. Carl Keller for the
benefit of the Church of Our Saviour.
Those who participated were Miss Far-
gent, at the piano: Miss Helen Molster
and Mrs. Wall, soloists, and Mrs. Mol
Mrs. Woodward entertained the Five
Hundred Club last Wednesday afternoon.
The next meeting will be held at the
home of Miss Borden. In Newton Street.
Mr. Arthur McCralght returned home
Thursday after a visit In Madison, Wis.
Mrs. Kngle. of Baltimore. Is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Stoop.
Rev. Mr. Milllngton entertained the
Sunday school with a Halloween party
at the Baptist Church Thursday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Hoover have
returned from their honeymoon, and will
be at home to their friends at 3507 Tenth
Miss Rlcketts, of Rockvllle, Is the
guest of Mrs. J. C. Bean.
Miss C. Burstein. who lias been abroad
the past summer. Is now the guest of
Mrs A. C. Johnston.
offizfaue Inaugurates This Week
A Display of
Specialized Ten-Dollar Millinery
Distinctive Plush, Velvet, and Fur Hats
From Their Own Ateliers
This display is the outcome of an ambition! For a long while peo
ple have told us that our $10 Hats were unequaled in Washington, but
we were not satisfied we wanted to have Hats
that were unrivaled anywhere. And for weeks
and weeks we have exercised every energy to at
tain this result, for we knew that we had every
facility to master it having imported the finest
millinery materials of Paris, having artist-milliners
that rank foremost in America, besides our
own Paris bureau that is sending new models for
inspiration all the while.
That the result is phenomenal, and that our
ambition has been fulfilled, will be proved in this
These are Hats with exclusive lines, for they
were hand-made in our own workroom and are
not the ordinary factory types that one usually
finds at MU.
Styles are distinctive, and they possess that indescribable tone of
refinement, as well as Parisian chic.
At least 150 Hats in the display including the new draped turbans
of seal, with velvet crowns, a new beret model, the Hat with the shoot
ing loops, many trimmed with ostrich and wing novelties.
W Ladies' Quality Shop
Miss I.orena Oourley. of Holland Point,
Calvert County. Is visiting her sister.
Mrs. Thomas E. Latimer. Johnson Ave
The Southern Cotillion Club, of Prince
leorge County, met Tuesday evening at
the residence of Mr. J. W. Burnslde.
Wells Avenue, and elected the following
omcers- 1'rtsldent. Harry W. Dorsey;
vice president. A. C. Adams: secretarv
treasurer. J. W. Burnslde. These offi
cers, with W. W. Whiting, H. W. Burn
slde. and K. F. Brooks, constitute the
executive (ommittee. Mr Adams is
chairman of the decoration imd pro
gramme committee; Mr Whiting, chair
man of the floor committee; Mr Burn
slde. chalrn-in of the refreshment com
mittee, and Mr. Brooks chairman of the
music committee. The following dates
for dances were selected: November SO,
December 2. February 1, March 29, May
3. and June 7.
A leading sociil event look place on
Thursday evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward X. Fuller. Frank
lin and Wine Avenues, the occasion be
ing an All Halloween part- for the ben
efit of the building fund of Plnkney
Memorial Kplscopsl Church. The Inte
rior was decorated with autumn leaves,
th" rooms being lighted by Illuminated
pumpkins of v;arIous designs. Several
hundred attended the entertainment, and
moro than $30 was realised.
The Auction Bridge Cluli met Werlncs
cay evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry P. Howard, Jr., Wine Ave
nue etended The prizes were awarded
to Mrs N.llle F Brooks and Mr. Will
lam Howard and Mr. Charles W. Clig
tt and Mr George II Luikey. Others
present were Mr and Mrs J. !.ee D.
Clagett. Mr and Mri. G. Sherman James.
Mr. itnd Mrs Franklin O. Tinsrlev. Mr
and Mrs. K. A. Fuller. Mr. ind Mrs H
I Howard, Mesdamcs Georpe B. Lurkev.
and Charles W. Clagett. and Mr. Harry
W. Dorsey and Dr. Charles A. Wells.
Following the games, refreshments were
served. The next meeting will be held
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George
B. Luckey, Franklin Avenue extended.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence V. Tolliver. of
New Orleans. 1-a . have been visiting
friends near Bcltsvllle, Prince George
Mr. David Lynn, of Washington, has
been visiting friends hero during the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Wells have
returned from an extended tour of the
Western States and arc now with Mrs.
Wells' uncle and aunt. Senator and Mrs.
Isldor Rayner. at the Highlands. Wash
ington The Misses Elizabeth and Marguerite
Went worth, of Boston. Mass, are visit
ing friends near Chillum, Prince George
0c) TO 014 ELEVENTH STftEEXL
- Complete Sflwwiirag.of Winter Models.
Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits, Gowns,
Street Dresses, Separate Coats,
Blouses and Millinery.'
Besides showing the largest stocks and greatest varieti, our
models are individual and exclusive, and adapted from the latest
Women who appreciate the better class of merchandise will be
delighted with our moderate prices when style, fit and quality are
Among them are many charming and new fabrics imported
novelties that are extremely scarce such as vekmr-de-lalne,
eponge, two-tone velvet and corduroy, white chinchilla and
The millinery display is especially attractive; all hats are made
In our own workrooms on the premises, insuring individuality and
Serge and Broadcloth Suits $19.75, $25.00
Velvet and Corduroy Suits $25.00, $40.00
Velour-de-laine and Eponge Suits .$30.00, $45.00
Chinchilla and Polo Cloth Coats .$16.75, $25.00
Boucle and Broadcloth Coats $20.00, $30.00
Charmeuse and Brocade Wraps .$30.00, $45.00
Velvet and Velourde-laine W raps $35.00, $55.00
Serge and Eponge Dresses $12.50, $20,00
Velvet and Corduroy Dresses $20.00, $30.00
Charmeuse and Meteor Dresses $25.00, $35.00
Fancy Evening Dresses $55.00, $65.00
Crepe and Charmeuse Waists $5.50, $7.50 $
Chiffon and Lace Waists $5.50, $8.50
Handmade French Waists . , $5.50, $9.00
Mannish Silk Shirts $3.00, $5.00
Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat) Coats $150.00 S
Spotted Leopard Coats $550.00
French Dyed Baltic Sea5 Coats $75.00
Furtrimmed Baltic Seal Coats $100.00
Natural Brown Pony Coats $75.00
Pointed Fox Sets (large) $55.00
Miss Katie Uhler ertertalned Informally
ac her home In Cameron Street Wednes
day afternoon in honor of the MUseJ
Dame, who will make this city their fu
ture home. Receiving with Mini Uhler
was Mias Naomi Simmons. Presldlpg over
tea table waa Mrs. Lewis H. Macncn. as
sisted by Miss Alice Anderson. Mrs.
Brooks, and Miss Hattie Douglas.
The Elks' Dancing Club gave Its open
ing dance of the season last Tuesday
night In the auditorium of the Elks'
Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer Joyce Waller and
little Miss Courtenay Page Waller have
moved into their new home In Rosemont.
Miss Helen Helshley has returned from
a visit to Mrs. Lily Shnney In Washing
ton. Miss Elizabeth White, who has been a
guest of Miss Dorsay Ashton in Duke
Street, has returned to her home In Char
lottesville. Miss Lucy Webb, who has been visiting
Miss Rozle Doniphan, has returned to her
home In Norfolk.
Miss Gay Blackford Is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Launcelot Blackford at their
home at Seminary Hill.
Misses Norene and Rschel Smith were
guests at a theater party In Washington
list Saturday night.
Miss Ethel Stover is tho guest of her
BETTER THAN SPANKING
Spanking doe not cure children of
bed-wetting. There Is a constitutional
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum
mers,! Box W.. Notre Dame, Ind.. will
end free to any mother her successful
home treatment, with full Instruction.
Send no money, but write her to-day If
your children trouble in this way.
Don't blame the child; the chances are
It can't help it. This treatment cures
adults and aged people troubled with
urine-difficulties by day or night.
sister. Miss Alma Stover, at the Granada
Miss Marie G. Kite It visiting friends at
the Portner apartments, aslilngton.
Howard W. Smith and Walter C. Fos
ter have gone to Fauquier County on a
Miss Florence Sihncider. of VaMiliii
ton Is the week-end guet ui Hit Ml.se
Alliscn in South Asaph Strict
The Alexandria German Club will glvo
dances on the following -lates Novem
ber 'J3. December SO. and December CI.
Miss Celeste Gertrude Mllburn. daugh
ter of Mrs. James Clinton Mllburn. and
Mr. John Wallace Monroe, tiolh of this
city, were married Monday Utt at the
homo of the bride's mother, 31S Duke
Street. The ceremony was performed by
Kcv. P. P. Phillips, rector .f St. Paul's
Episcopal Church. The louple afterward
left for a short Southern bridal trip.
The Misses Burgets entertained Thurs
day evening at their home in I'rlnee
Street in honor of the Bachelor Girls'
Dancing Club of Washington.
Mra. Samuel H. Sipple has returned from
a visit to Loudoun and Fuuqu.cr Counties.
Mrs. Peter Francis was giver a surpri'e
party Monday nleht by her ci ildren. 'ho
occasion being the anniversary ef her
b'-i'i. f uptr was served the 'icrt' dur
lir; the evening.
Harry Flelichmann. CharUs Flelsvli
niann. Gioige H. Schwarzmann. ii:d r
vM Schwnrzmann are due to return lo
ni;:Iit fio.n a fishing trip down tic Poto
mac. During the week a liazaar was held at
Lee Camp Hall under auspices of the
Seventeenth Virginia Regiment Chapter,
United Daughters of tho Confederacy.
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Mlas Anna Fitzgerald, of
Del Ray, Alexandria County, and Mr.
George Hamersley, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Hamersley, of this city. The cere
mony took place August 2S in Baltimore.
MaJ. James E. King has returned from
Fredericksburg, where he went on official
business for the State military company.
Mr. P. P. Williams, of Doncastle. Md ,
during the week was the guest of Mr.
George W.llulfish. at his home in North
Miss Etta Ambler, of Charlottesville,
who has been visiting Miss Christina
Kemper at Rosemont, has returned to
Miss Irene Pulman, of Fairfax Countv,
Is the guest of Miss Margaret Fink at
her home. In Prince Street.
Mrs. Maria C Peyton has returned
from a visit to her cousin. Mrs. Belle
Owen, at Warrenton.'
Miss Brown Kavanaugh, of Harrbon
burg. Va., Is a guest at St. Mary's Acad
emy. Mrs. C. B. Hubbard and two children.
John and Elisabeth, of Rosemont, are
visiting Mrs. llubbard's slittr in River
Mrs. George Andcrton gave a Hallow
een party Thursday night In honor of
Miss Dorothy Morton. Forty guests,
chaperoned by Mr. William J. Morton
anil InTlf- WUltum T -njah. Mmn.
nlcd the merrymakers to the home of
Mrs Anderton. ISraddoik Heights, where
an enjoyable evening was spent. Appro
priate souvenirs were given the guests.
After a visit to friends in Philadelphia
and New York. Mrs. Jacob Bittle has
returned to her home In this city.
Mrs. Annie Few- has returned from a
visit to relatives In Winchester. Va.
During the week Mr Emmet Lvons. of
Norfolk. wa the guet of his brother.
Mr. Fred J I.vuns 1013 Prince Street.
Mr James l.vons. who has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Fred J l.vons. has re
turned to his home In Spencer, N C.
Miss Nellie Murphy spent the week-end
in Baltimore with relatives.
Miss Nannie Janney i' the guest of
Miss Alma Stover at the Granada apart
Mi-i Agnci Wright, of Shcpherdstotvn.
W. Va.. is the guest of Miss Margaret
Greene, at her home in North Washing
Miss Charlotte Appich during the week
was the guest of Mrs. J. Johnson Green
at the latter's home. Braddock Heights.
Miss Willo M. Pavne was the week-end
guest of the Misses Bjrnes at their
home In Falls Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bendheim have
returned from a visit to New York and
have a their guest. Mr. King, of Balti
more. Miss Katherinc H. Stuart has returned
from New York, where she attended the
annual meeting of the National Audubon
Societies held In that city.
Mrs. M. M. Lewis, of Baltimore, is the
guest of her sister. Mrs. Edgar Snowden.
Mrs. Henry T. Sharp, of Baltimore, is
the guest of her brother-in-law and Ms
ter. Mr. and Mrs. T. Clifton Howard,
at their home in South Washington
Dr Thomas M. Lippett. of Berryvllte.
Va . last week was a guest of Mr. and
Mr. C. William Wattles, at their home
In Princo Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spivey and Mr.
and Sirs. C. H. Schelhorn. of Duke Street
extended, have returned from an exten
sive trip through the West.
Among the Alexandrians who this week
attended the meeting of the board of
directors of the Virginia State Federa
Mrs John Leadbetter. Mrs. Eleanor W
Howard. Miss Katherine Stuart, and
Miss Helen Norrls Cummlngs
Miss Carrie Wise is visiting her sis
ter. Mra. Thomas Darst. at Newport
Mr. Kemp Rush has returned from a
vilt to Fauquier County.
Barker Will Filed.
By the will of Julia S. Barker, filed
for probate esterda. her homestead in
SoutheaM Washington is left to hir
niece. Jennie W. Barker: KK to Harriet
W. Wixar. a niece, of New York.
eaih to Harriet and Lucy Wheeler, of
Auburn. N. Y.; the table silver to Marv
B. Woodward, and the remaining etato
to nephews and a niece. John S. and
Charles A. Barker and Jennie W. Bar
ker. The two nephews are made execu-tors.
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