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affair wa Informal and arranged to
bring together a number ot Mr. Bone's
Those at the luncheon -were Messrs.
Scott C Bone, David J. 'Kaufman. 1111
ton Alles, Edward J. Etellwsgen, George
E. Fleming, Daniel Fraser. Sumner Cur
tis. Leon Tobrlner, Ralph Lee. E. C
Graham, D. S. Porter, Commissioner Ru
dolph. J. H. Small, Dr. Henry Kaufman,
J. P. Herrmann. Philip Roman. Simon
Nye. John Joy Edson, Clarence Archl-
bold. Charles Thompson and J. Harry
Mr. and Mrs. Arnhelm, who were re
. cently married In Jacksonville, have re
turned to their new noma in xsrDoro,
N. C after a tour throughout the North.
Miss Bertha Halle baa returned to her
home in Baltimore, after spending several
days In Washington with Miss Hortense
Mr. Julian Hillman left Washington
the first .part of the week for the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania, after a short
visit to his parents in Belmont Street.
To-morrow the managers of the Social
Settlement Neighborhood House will
give for one day an exhibition of
the latest novelties from Paris. These,
comprise sofa pilows of lace, antique'
stuffs, wall coverings, portieres, and
lamp screens. There will be also
unique French "motto" curtains In
shadow embroiders", on batiste, and the
celebrated hand-dyed scarfs for gowns.
Tea gowns and dainty breakfast caps
can be made to ordsr, as well as hand
woven rugs to match rooms.
The ladles of the board of Neighbor
hood House Industrial department, Mrs.
Hetnmlck. Mrs. J. C. Fremont. Mrs.
L. W. Page. Mrs. A. Hopkins. Mrs.
George H. Chase. Miss Slebert, and
Miss Glllett. will undoubtedly make the
exhibit a success, as their settlement
work is almost a pioneer of Its class
In this city and have many and Influen
tial friends In society.
Mr Gerald Grosner, who spent several
days in the city with his parents. Mr.
and Mrs. I. Grosner. has returned to
the 1'nlverslty of Pennsylvania, where
be is a student.
Miss Rossie Schoen. of Baltimore. Is
spending several days in town the guest
of Miss Lillian Burnstcln.
The marriage is announced of Mr.
Frank Stsson and Miss Cora Lee Ed
wards, of Westmoreland County, 'Va.
The wedding took place at I o'clock yes
terday afternoon at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Philip E. Rishcl. cousin of the
bride, at 4119 Georgia Avenue Northwest,
r nd was attended only by relatives of the
bride and bridegroom. The bride was
attired in a traveling suit of dark blue
broadcloth and white beaver hat and
carried a bouquet of lilies of the valley
ord violets. She was attended by her
sister. Miss Mollie Edwards, who wore
pink messaline. and the bridegroom by
Mr. M. L. Hill, cousin of the bride. Im
mediately after the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. SIsson left Washington for their
new home near Warsaw, Va. The bride
Is a descendant of the Robert E. Lees
of Virginia, and the Edwards and SIsson
families are among the most prominent
residents of that State.
Mrs. I Grosner has returned to the city
after an extended trip to Philadelphia,
Atlantic Cltv, and New York.
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QrmitSit br Htrrls-Ewtes.
Mrs. Gross, of Philadelphia. Is spending
several weeks in the city with her sis
ter, Mrs. Kaufman.
The beautiful display of mountain
crafts at the headquarters of the South
era Industrial Educational Association
in the Southern Building has attracted
many visitors during the special sale
this past week.
Another consignment of baskets,
weaving, and hand-carved trays will be
on exhibition for Christmas, and many
unique gifts can be seen made by the
Mr. and Mrs. I. Goodman and Mrs.
Julius Gutman, of Baltimore, have re
lumed to their homes after a short visit
to friends in the city.
Mr. Lawrence Heller has returned to
the Vnlverslty of Pennsylvania after a
Fhort visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Heller, In Thirteenth Street.
Residents of Washington. Jacksonville,
and Atlanta, are interested in the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Eugenia
Walker, of Georgia, and Mr. Douglas
Stoner. of this city. The wedding takes
place In Atlanta on the night of Decem
ber 11. at the North Avenue Presbyte
rian Church, with a large reception at
the house following the church cere
mony. Miss Amanda Walker, only sister of
the bride-elect, will be her maid of
Miss Walker is a daughter of the late
Mr. Joseph Austin Walker, ot Savan
nah and Atlanta, and Mr. Stoner is the
youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Stoner. of Washington, formerly of
Mrs. S. Bernstein, of California, and
Irs. Myer Gruber. of Baltimore, who
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. Koh
ner, left for Baltimore the first part of
Mrs. Phil King ahd son. Phillip, jr.,
have returned to the city after spending
several weeks In New York with Mrs.
King's mother, Mrs R. Harris
In the Interest of the Housekeepers'
Alliance, a lunch and sale of Porto Rlcan
embroidery and other fancy articles will
be held on Monday, December 5, from
12:30 to 6 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
A. P. Clark, jr.. 1765 Lanier Place.
Those assisting with the sale are Mrs.
Harvey W. Wiley, president of the alli
ance; Mrs. A. P. Clark. Jr.. Miss Ellen
Vinton. Mrs. W. D. Bigelow, and other
members of the organization.
Mrs. H. Goldstein and son, who spent
a week In the city, have returned t(
their home In Philadelphia.
Washingtonians are taking a deep In
terest in the concert which Mrs. Kdson
Bradley is giving at her residence on
Thursday evening for the benefit of thi
Associated Works of Mercy. From pres
ent appearances it promises to h a great
success in every way. as the demand for
seats is very large. The Knelsei Quartet
ill render selections and the soloist will
be Mil" Yvonne de Trevllle. Tickets
can be obtained at Mrs. Bradley's resi
dence. 1.T2S Connecticut Avenue.
r. Abram Simons returned Kridav to
the city after a short visit to cities In
R'-prtsentative and Mrs. Towner of
Iowa have reached Washington and lo
taken an apartment at the Farragut for
garet Cummins. Virginia Sylvester. Mar
guerite Lnckett, Pauline Martin and
Every effort Is being made to assure
a success for the Edward Everett Hule
Memorial benefit, which will take pliee
to-morrow evening at 815 o'clock at the
New Willard. The programme Is both
varied and Interesting. Mrs. Dorothy
Johnstone-Baseler. the famous harplste
of Philadelphia, will be heard, and Mrs.
Jean Wilson will gic for the first time
in her inimitable fashion a monologue
written especially for lior by Mrs. Albert
S. Burleson, entitled. "An Afternoon Tea
In Washington." Mis. Reed, the popular
contralto of the Ninth Baptist Church,
will sing to harp accompaniment. Mr.
Louis Potter will play a solo. And later
In the evening Mrs. Wilson, out of com
pliment to President Taft, will give an
other monologue called 'The Boat Race
Between lale and Harvard."
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Mellntt left
on Thursday for Isle of Pines.
Mrs. E. Nesblt Wright has returned
from a visit to Baltimore.
Mr. and Sirs. John Wilher Latham an
nounce the engagement of their daugh
ter. May Mabel, to Dr. Kurly H. Dovell.
of Charlottesville. Va. Th wedding will
take place on Saturday, December tl
Miss Clark, of New-land Street, has re
turned from a visit to Mrs. Keeler, of
Spring Valley. N. Y.
The turkey supper gu-en on Thursday
evening In the library hull for the bene
fit of the rector and of All Saints' Church
was a great success.
Mr Willam K. r-orbv will b hostess
on Tuesday afternoon for the Florence
i. Sankv Bacon, who Is the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tag
gart. will h hostess at a tea on Tuesday
from r. to 7. Assisting Mrs. Bacon will
be Mrs. Kayden. Mrs. Thomas Lane. Mrs.
Morris Sheppard. Mrs Richard Claggett.
Miss Zane. Miss Marie How-ser. Miss
Hazel Cox. Miss Nellie Fletcher, and the
Mr. and Mrs. John Wood have oponed
their home on Q Street for the winter.
Mr. and Mr". R. W. Brewster are the
guests of Mrs Brewster's sister, Mrs.
Fox. In Cincinnati.
Miss Netta Craig was a' home last
Thursday very informally.
Miss Elolse Orme was hostess at a
mall dance on Tuesday eenlng.
Miss Ruth Gregory, of Emelton, la..
Among the box holders are Mrs. Charles! is the guest of her aunt. Mrs. Albert
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them made here. Your picture
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contest. Valuable prizes to
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Ilroughton Wood. Mrs. Thomas Gal
Mrs. Whitman Cross, Mrs. Ernest Rob
erts, Mrs. Kent, of California, and Mrs.
Woodward. And some of those on the
committee are Mrs. Thomas Gale. Mr:
whitman Cross, the Rev. N. B. Pierce.
The patronesses are: Secretary and
Mrs. Knox, the German Ambassador and
Countess von Bernstorff. Mrs. Wicker
sham, Mrs. Charles J. Bell. Col. and Mrs.
Blount. Mrs. Edson Bradley. Senator
Burton. Mrs. Charles II. Butler, Mrs.
Murray Crane. Mrs. Whitman Cross. Mrs.
J. Joy Edson. Dr. James Flint. Mrs. D.
U. Fletcher. Thomas M. Gale. Mrs. Mar
guerita Spalding Gerry. Mrs. M,. C.
Hanna. Mrs. Justice Hughes, Mrs.
William A. Hammond. Mrs. Cabot
Lodge. Mrs. George A. I.oud. Mrs. James
McMillan. Mcdill McCormick. Rev. and
Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Myron Parker, Sirs.
Ernest Roberts. Prof, and Sirs. SpanhofT.
Sirs. Charles Spalding, Mrs. Charles
Boughton Wood, Mrs. Henry White, Gen.
Woodhull, and SIIss Woodhull.
Miss Kathryn E. Schmltz announces
the marriage of her sister. Miss Ger
trude Marguerite Schmltz, to Mr. Her
bert Wells KldwelL The ceremony took
place In Baltimore. Md., on November
20. the Rev. David L. Neely officiating.
Only tho immediate relatives of the
bride and bridegroom were present.
The bride wore a handsome tailored
costume and a becoming picture hat.
She carried a bouquet of Bride roses.
A reception followed the ceremony at
the home of the uncle of the bridegroom.
After January 24 the bride and bride
groom will reside at Ballston, Va,
capt. E. G. Schermerhorn. of New
York, military secretary to Gov.-elect
Sulzer, is spending a few days in Wash
ington at me Hotel Powhatan.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Calishcr returned dur
ing the week to the city after a two
weens- visit to Jacksonville, Fla., and
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Walker, of Mc
Keesport. Pa., formally announce the
engagement of their daughter. Miss Lena
Frances Walker, to Dr. David Pollock
McCune. also of McKpsnnr rt. tra
ding will take place In January. Miss
V,alker attended Washington College, at
Washington, D. C., and Dr. McCune Is a
graduate of the University of Pennsylvania,
Capt. John R. Kdie. IT. K' V i nt
Edlehave taken an apartment at the
Miss Beatrice Kalmus. of r.r Vmt
me sueai ci inenaa in tpe city.
Mr. and Mrs. Josenh nnhim t,v.
left the city to mak nn j,Yna,u in
throughout the South, to be gone about
The alumni of the Tht ir.nn. tjm
Society or. Central High School held
their annual banquet nad reunion In the
wmie room or the Hotel. Powhatan
Miss Anita Swincle was imihninrM.
The toasts were rendered bv Miwu
Nortla Pepper, Audrey. Johnjon.- Mar-
Stewart, of Cleveland Park.
Rev. and Mrs. Bushby have taken an
apartment at the Stoddard. Sir. Hushby
is the new assistant at St. John's Church.
A most Interesting lecture was given
on Friday evening by Rev. Samuel W.
GHfilin. D. D.. at the Dumbarton Avenue
Church. Subject. "The End of the Rainbow."
Sirs. Jessie Reeve, of Stone Cottage,
has returned from a visit to Richmond.
SIIss Estella Dowler. of New York, who
has been the guest of SIIss Netta Craig,
has returned to her home.
SIIss Joslo Ough has returned from
New York, where she was the guest of
her sister. Sirs. Richard Ough left upon
the return of SIIss Ough for a visit to
Sliss Louise Schaficld gave a Christ
mas sale on Wednesday for the mission
ary Sunday School class at the Dum
Sliss Letla Bogley entertained the
Friendship Heights Five Hundred Club
on Friday. The next meeting will be at
the home of Mrs. John Johnston.
A wedding of much interest here took
place on Thursday evening at the home
of Sir. and Mrs. James Adbert Bates,
in Catonsvllle. Sid., when their daughter.
Nellie Groome Bate', became tho wife of
Capt. Wlllism Edward Reynolds, revenue
cutter sen-Ice. Capt. Reynolds is In com
mand of the Bering Sea fleet, and Is now
stationed in San Francisco, where they
will be at home after January 1 at the
Col. Minnlgerode and Sir. George Mc
Phail Mlnetree were bests at a dance on
Wednesday evening at the Dumbarton
Mr. W. H. Runge formerly of New
York, now of Alabama, who has been the
house guest of Sir. and Sirs. H. B King
has left ror a visit to his old home" before
Mrs. Cook and Miss Laura Cook have
laxon an apartment in the Kanawha.
Sliss Mary Perry will spend the winter
lis me guest oi Mrs. Alexander Steuart
The young ladles of Madison Hall, gave
mi MiiuiiuAi musical recital last Wed
p Sir. H. Mitchell King, of Alabama. Is
:. .I" ... ui "" Parents, air. and Mm.
II. B. King.
The marriage of Dr. John A. Hallman
and SIIss Anna E. Coberth trvib t..
Wednesday evening at tho home of the
bHde, Rev. B. D. Gaw officiating. The
bride was given away by her brother
JI!luDaVldJCobertn' and Ml" BesSe ci
berth acted as maid of hnn. i..
sister. Dr. Hallman's best man was Mr.
James C. Weaver, of Martinsville, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Hallman have gone on a
Southern trip. The wedding march was
played by Mrs. J. p. Costtllo.
.Commander and Mrs. Peck have given
up their Twenty-nlnth Street home and
have taken an apartment In the Oak
land. Mrs. Young and sister. .Miss Hodges,
who have been visiting relatives in Ball
Umore. have returned home. jT
The Georgetown Woman OulM V..
! card out Xora.ChrItnias Mle'to be held
at the Kanawha on ptcasber'U, It and
. The patronesses Are Mra, James H,
W, Blake. Mrs. James T. Marshall, Mra,
C. Powell Grady. Mrs. Herbert C. Wil
kin, Mrs. I, D. Waters,. Mrs. Franlc.
n Ttriirht. ifr Robert B. Tenney. Mrs.
Anna ailddleton,3Xrs. Edgar -Frisby. Mrs.
George P, Du Bose. miss AnnaiADDoiz.
$Uss Ella Moore, and Mra. R. Lee Co.
Tr John W. Roseoro. proiessor oi
theology at ClarksvIHe, Teiin idled sud
denly the past week. vr. Jijiwro
brother-Inilaw of Mra. McKelway. of P
Street, and very well known, here, having
often been associated with the West
Street Presbyterian Church during u,
Mrs. WUliam B. Orme has sent out in
vitations for, December 2t when, she will
Introduce- Miss' Elolse Stuart Orme at
their home on Twenty-eigbth Btreet, Mra
Orme and Miss Orros will be at home
Tuesdsys In January,
Miss Florence Agatha King and Mr.
Samuel R. Moors were married on Thurs
day evening, December 4, at the bom of
the bride's parents. ,a09 N Street. The
house was prettily decorated with palms,
nd only the family of the contracting
parties were present Rev. Father Cor
bett, 8. J ot Holy Trinity Church, in
Georgetown, performed the. ceremony. To
the strains of "Lohengrin's" wedding
march, the bride was escorted by her
father. She was gowned In white char
meuse, trimmed with tulle and point
laec. and she wore a rare old family
necklace. Miss Louise King was her
sister's maid of honor, and Mr. Robert
C Moore, the bridegroom's brother, was
best man. Supper was served after the
ceremony, and later Mr. and Sirs. Sloore
left ror a trip North. They will live
in Charlotte, N. C. where Mr. Moore Is
engaged In business.
Mrs. Edward John Harvey announces
the engagement ot her daughter. Miss
Agnes Domlnga Harvey, to Dr. Charles
Louis Blllard. The wedding will take
place early In February.
A prominent society event was the con
cert given In Slasonlc Hall here Tuesday
evening for the benefit or Plnkney Memo
rial Church. The capacity audience was
seated by a bevy of society girls. Miss
Elizabeth Naylor and Miss Bowers, or
Washington, and the Misses Elizabeth
Gibson. Elizabeth Gourley and Lucy
Slayo, or Hyattsvllle. Sirs. Arthur Sludge,
or Plkesvllle, Baltimore County, con
tributed a neat amount to the receipts
or the evening by the sale of cut flowers.
Following the entertainment. Rev. and
Sirs. Henry Thomss served a luncbeon
at the rectory, which was enjoyed by
the talent from Washington and Hyatts
vllle. Those from Washington taking
part In the programme were Slits Jose
phine Slack. Master Ross Farrell. Mr.
Edwin Callow. Sir. Anton Kaspar. Mr.
George O'Connor. Mr. Warren Grimes,
and Sir. Claybough. The local talent was
Sir. and Sirs. James C Rogers, the
Miss Dorothy V. Gait. SIIss Slabel C
Bern, and Miss Angela Vandoren.
SIIss Elizabeth SI. Hawkins, daughter
of Sir. and SIra John R. Hawkins, of
Hyattsvllle. and Sir. Allen SI. Knight,
son of Sirs. Harry T. Knight, of River
dale, Prince George County, gave their
parents and friends a distinct shock by
quietly letting Rockvllle, Slontgomery
County, Tuesday evening, the Rev. Sir.
White performing the ceremony that
made them man and wife during their
stay In Maryland's Gretna Green. Both
the young people are employed In a local
mercantile establishment, and after a
brief honeymoon returned to their duties
Thursday morning. Sir. and Sirs. Knight
are residing temporarily with the latter's
A beautiful wedding took place at
Bowling Heights at noon Wednesday,
when SIIss Katherlne Hill Bowling.
daughter of Sirs. Sllttle P. Bowling, be
came the wife of Sir. Claude Hlghfield
Owen, nsslntant cashier of the First Na
tional Bank of Southern Slarylxnd. The
ceremony was perrormfd In the rear
parlor, which w-as profusely decorated
with evergreens. Rev. Father de Paula
performed the ceremony, assisted by
Father Joseph Cunnane, of Baltimore.
The maid of honor was SIIss Slay
Claggett. and the bridegroom was at
tended by his brother. Sir. Latrobc Owen.
Six young friends of the bride sang
Lohengrin's Wedding Starch. The bride
was gowned In a blue tailor made suit,
and wnr. a large black velvet hat. She
carried Bride roses Following a recep
tion, the bride and bridegroom went to
Washington In an automobile, and later
took a train for Niagara and other
Sir. James S. McFarland. of Washing
ton, has been visiting his son. Sir. George
SI. SIcFarland. Wine Avenue.
f J THE CXnIR. A -GARMENT SJKJP
1808 TO 614 ELEVENTH STREETi
Greatet Clearance Sdle oi
Gowns, Costumes, Party Frocks
and Street Dresses
Ever Held in Washington.
O'mrir Enitife Stock, Witfaomit Reseirve,
Coosisttag of Abomt BW Dresses,
The offlrMls of the Laurel Free Library
Association were entertained by Prof.
Frank Knowlton .it his home In Lafayette
Rev. D. II. Siartln. a former pastor of
Centenaty SI. E. Church, now of Frost-
berg. Sid., visited friends In Laurel du
Ins the past week.
r. and Sirs. Heals have returned from
their wedding trip through tho West.
Sir. and .Mrs. Harry S. Phelps have
returned from a islt to Jew lork.
Sirs. Await has had her sister. Sirs.
Freund. of Catonsville. visiting her.
Sir. and Sirs. Spalding Fiannery. of
Washington, 'pent Thanksgiving with
their parents. Sir. and Sirs. John Fian
nery. at their home In Gorman Avenue.
Sir. and Sirs. Robert H. Williams, nf
Baltimore, were the guests of Mr. and
Sirs. John W. Williams during the past
SIIss Elizabeth Gilbert has returned
from a visit to Baltimore and Philadel
phia. Sliss Mabel Thawley has returned to
Washington after spending Thanksgiving
with her parents.
Mrs. Winnamore. of Washington, was
the guest during the week of Sirs R. H.
SIIss Bertha Butler has returned from a
visit to Philadelphia.
Capt. Fred C. Billiard, of the U. 8. SI. C
visited friends In Laurel during the week.
Mrs. L. SI. Innerarlty gave a rcceD-
tlon Friday evening at her home In La
fayette Avenue In honor or her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Lewis Innerarlty, who Is
minstrel show was given Frldav
night at the Academy of Music for the
benefit of tho Laurel Free Library.
Miss .Corry Bowie, of Prince Georre
county, is mo guest ot Mrs. James A.
Mrs. T. A. Johnstone Is visiting her
sister in stamiora, uonn.
Mr. Will Roberts, of Baltimore, was the
guest or rrlends in Laurel during the
Miss Theresa A. Henry entertained the
Five Hundred Club on Thursday. Quite
an innovation from the usual meeting
was a surprise, a linen shower, gotten
up by the young ladles of the club, for
Miss Slay Grace Henry, sister of the
Besldn the regular club members the
others present were Miss Eleanor Smith,
house guest of SIIss Henry, Sirs. Donald
Lundy. Miss Theresea Lane. SIIss Kalhe
rine Washington. Miss Elizabeth Clark,
and Miss Catherine uowes. Later In
the evening supper was served
Mr; and Sirs. Wllllani Bentzel. for-
merly of Winchester, Va., are In their
new home, corner ot Fourteenth and
Miss Mary Fitzgerald has returned'
from a visit to relatives in Staunton, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brawner and fam
ily, ot New York, who have been the
Will Be Offered at a Reduction of
Crepe de Meteor Dresses
Voile Dresses Over Silk
Charmeuse Dresses '''I
Party and Dancing Frocks
Every smart style of the season included. Many are ex
clusive copies of imported models not found elsewhere.
Sale at OoethSrd Off Marked Prices.
$40 Dresses $29.50
SSS Dresses $39.50
S75 Dresses ...$49.50
585 Dresses $59.50
522 Dresses $14.50
528 Dresses $19.75
535 Dresses.. $25.00
Continuing the Suit Sale.
You have the complete stock of more than one thousand
Suits to choose fromthe widest variety of authoritative
styles in Washington.
And prices now are 55 to 525 less per suit than before
It's our annual stocked justing event, and the season's
very best chance to secure your winter suit at a substan
AH the Velvets, as well as the Cloth Suits, included.
$19.50 for Suits up to $29.00
$23.50 for Suits up to $34.00
$28.50 for Suits up to $39.00
$33.50 for Suits up to $49.00
$38.50 for Suits up to $54.00
$48.50 for Suits up to $75.00
Continuing the Coat Sale.
The wraps for afternoon and formal wear, including our
one-of-a-kind models, are now marked at reduced prices.
A splendid opportunity to secure a handsome wrap for
gift purposes or personal use at considerably less than the
In addition, there are more than 500 Coats for all pur
poses, marked $5 to 520 less than before "Thanksgiving"
$10.00 for Coats up to $17.50
$ 1 4.50 for Coats up to $22.50
$16.75 for Coats up to $25.00
$19.75 for Coats up to $30.00
$25.00 for Coats up to $42.50
house guests of Mr. Brawner's sister,
Mrs. H. M. Woodward, have returned
to their home.
Miss Elleene Burnes, who has been the
guest of Mrs. McIIugh. will leave on
Tuesday for her homo In Wisconsin.
Mrs. s. H. Julllen entertained at dinner
last Sunday. Among her guests were
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lundy and Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Henry.
Mrs. A. C Mcrriam, of GIrard Street,
entertained the Bridge Club Wednesday
afternoon. Mrs. James McIIugh will be
the next hostess.
Miss Julllen was hostess on Thursday
evening at a small dinner party, given
In honor of Miss McDevItt and Miss
Elizabeth Frlel, of Trinity College.
Announcement cards have been received
of the marriage of Miss Katherine B.
Rodler. and Mr. J. Bernard Horstkamp.
Tho 'wedding, which was a quiet cvest.
took claee at St Anthony's Church. Rev.
Joan E. Horstkamp offlclatins;, assisted JiW for eight hours.
by tho pastor, Itev. David Williams. Mr.
and Mrs. Horstkamp left arter the cere
mony for a wedding trip, the bride wear
ing a smart brown broadcloth suit with
bat to match. Upon their return they
will be at home to their friends at 1010
Otis Street Northeast.
The wedding date of Mr. Mathews
Smith Hopkins, of Howard County. Md.,
and Miss Katharine Cunningham Wash
ington, whose engagement was announced
in the early spring, has been set for New
Tears Eve. at tho Church ot Our Savior.
Mrs. James F. McHugh entertained on
Thursday the Five Hundred Club, In
bonor of her guest. Miss Burnes. The
next meeting will be held at the home
of Miss Bessie nicker.
Alexandria society news in Main
Plasterers In New Tork City earned II
for a 9-hour day In 1SS7. Now they get
If you suffer from
easy to apply; immedi
25c. a jar. At -Drug
We give Herald 3,000 ronteat vote.
Though steel and gas and iron must
Divide the world in parts.
Vet love controls tho strongest tryrt-
Tea syndicate or Hearts.