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WASHINGTON.' I. C.. SUNDAY, JANUARY 5. 3913&
Wfi pfoesteitt Co,
Owing io the necessity of more space to. open our new Corset and Underwear de
partments, our rebuilding sale opened Thursday, January 2. Ve therefore place our cn-
tire stock of Suits, Coats, Dresses, Gowns, Slips, and Neckwear
Ati to Off Regular Prices
ASHINGTON society celebrated the birth of the new jear with zest
and vim. The two most notable events of the week were the
public reception at the White House on New Year's Day, and
She diplomatic reception given Jjy the President! and Mrs. Taft on Friday
Invitations to that famous reception are always coveted prizes, and on Fri
- day evening a most distinguished gathering assembled. Men and women of
rote in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago came especially to Washington
to attend it ,
The cordial greetings exckanged between the President and Mrs. Taft and
their hundreds of guests proved that not only the old Washington circle, bat
nil dwellers at the National Capital are loath Jo part with them, so kindly has
been their gracious hospitality. J
The President and Mrs. Taft will entertain at theiisecond state dinner
of the season in "honor of the members of the Diplomatic Corps. To-morrow
evenmg they will be theguests of honor at a dinner given by the Secretary
of War and Mrs. Stimson, and on Thursday evening they will be entertained
at a dinner in their honor given by the Attorney General and Mrs. Wicker
sham. The Charity Ball for the-benefit of the Children's Hospital, which is one
of the annual events anticipated by Washingtonians, promises to be an even
greater success than those o'f former years. It will be ghen at the New Wil
lard. The committee in charge of the ball are much gratified because the
evening has been kept free through the kindness of Washington hostesses, so
that no other entertainment will conflict with the ball
President Taft will attend the dance, and among the other boxholders are
Mrs. Leiter, Mrs. Edward Stotesburj, the Brazilian Ambassador and Mme. da
Gama, Mme. Hauge, Mrs. Richard Ely, Mrs. Elkins, and Mrs. Marjc.
Mrs. Frederick McGuire, Mrs. Frederick Leech, -Mrs. Horace Westcott,
Mra. Clarence Wilson, Mrs. Henry Corbin, and Mrs. Churchill Candee will
receive the guests.
The Marine Band and the Engineer Band' will alternate in playing, so
that the dancing will be continuous throughout the evening, and a seated sup
per will be served at midnight in the big dining-room on the ground floor of
the New Wfllard.
On Tuesday evening. Col and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson will be hosts at
a cotillion at their residence in Sheridan Circle.
Another dance of that same night will be ghen at Rauschcr's by CoL and
On Wednesday-evening at 9 130 o'clock the Congressional Club will gie
a large receptionin Jionor of the Speaker and Mrs. Champ Clark.
On Wednesday afternoon, from 4 until 7 o'clock, Mrs. Perry, Belmont -will
entertain at a -reception 3t her residenee1jn'"Nevv Hampshire Avenue in honor
of the Woman's National Democratic League.
On Wednesday evening Mrs. Samuel Emmons will be hostess at a dance
to introduce her daughter, Miss Carolyn Ogden-Jones, to Washington society.
Society is keenly anticipating the arrival of Mrs Grover Cleveland and her
daughter, Miss Esther Cleveland, a debutante of the early fall. They will be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond. Mrs. Cleveland will re
ceive a warm welcome from her many stanch admirers and friends in Wash'
ington, for while presiding as the "First Lady in the Land" she endeared
herself to many by her charming .personality.
She will be extensively entertained during her stay at the Capita!. The
President and Mrs Ta'ft will entertain her at dinner at the White House
on Saturday evening. On Thursday afternoon her hostess, Mrs. Hammond,
will give a large reception in her honor, and on the following evening will en
tertain at a brilliant ball for Miss Esther Cleveland.
Mrs. L. Z. Leiter will entertain at a luncheon in honor of Mrs. Cleveland
on January 13, and that same evening she will be entertained by Mrs. Henry
Dimock at a dinner and musicale.
During her stay here Mrs. Cleveland will be the guest of honor at a re
ception given by the Congressional Club, to which invitations are being
issued. She will also be entertained by Mrs Richard Townsend at a luncheon.
It is expectecTthat Prof. T. J. Preston, the fiance of Mrs Cleveland, will
come to Washington while she is here.
Capt. Francis Wilby, U. S. A, and Mrs. Wilby will be hosts on Friday
evening at a dance at Washington Barracks.
The weekTvill wind up with a gay dance at the Washington Navy Yard.
The debutantes of the week, besides Miss Carolyn Ogden-Jones are Miss
Barbara Stephens, daughter of Representative and Mrs. William B. Stephens,
VbMa by BiftfeXtillc,
JIBS. OSCAR UHBEEWOOD,
Popular wife of the Representative from tlabaraa.
Plain Tailored Suits and Norfolk effects,
in a variety or handsome mixtures, plain and
diagonal serges, mannish mixtures r skirts
with sfde plaits.
Regular prices, $27.50 to $30.00.
Sale Price, $14.50 .
Velvet and Corduroy Suits, in the latest
fashions; coats with vest effect, and draped
Regular prices, $57,50 to $87.50.
Sale Price, $35.00
Charmeuse and Silk Dresses, entirely new
effects, with draped or modified pannier skirts
of imported charmeuse silk, in "taupe, navy,
black, brown, wistaria, and white.
Regular prices, $39.50 to $57.50.
Sale Price, $27.50
Broadcloth Suits, with self-color braid;
navy blue, brown, taupe, wistaria, and black;
in several models.
Regular prices, $47.50 to $55.00.
Sale Price, $27.50
Street and Motoring Coats. Our entire
stock of coats 'put in two lots.
Regular prices, $19.50 to $27.00.
COATS at $12.50
$30.00 to $45.00 Coats at
A collection of Imported Evening Wraps,
original Paris models, of brocaded velours,
silk chiffon velvets. v
' Regular prices, i2.50 to $125.00.
Sale Price, $65.00
Dancing Frocks, in dainty models
beaded -chiffons, in all colors.
Regular prices, $25.00 to $45.00.
who will be introduced at a reception given by Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. John
D. Works, wife of Senator Works, at the Congressional Club on Tuesday.
Miss Virginia Hammond, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Hammond,
will be' presented to their many friends at a reception on Wednesday at the
family residence in Florida Avenue.
The British Ambassador ana Mrs. Hrjce
entertained at a dinner last night In
honor of their distinguished visitors.
Lady Aberdeen and Miss Violet Asquith.
The guests Invited to meet them were
the French Ambassador and Mme. Jus
serand. the 'Minister of The Netherlands
and, Mme. Loudon, the Attorney General
and Mrs. AVlckersham. the Secretary- ot
the Nvy and Ma. Meyer, Mf. JusUce
and Mrs. Oliver "Wendell Holmes, Mr.
Justice and Mrs. Hushes. Hon. and Mrs.
Henry White, the Right Rev. Boyd Car
penter, Bishop of RIpon: Mrs. Boyd Car
penter, Miss Boyd Carpenter, the Minis
ter of Portugal. Viscount do Alte; Sen
ator Root. Senator Lodge, and Senator
Helen Taft attended the Informal
dance given last night by the Secretary
of the Navy and Mrs. Meyer In honor of
their house guests
CoL and Mrs. Robert Thompson gae
a dinner last night of twenty-two covers.
About fifty addlUonal guests were In
vited to hear Mr. Myron 'Whitney, the
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morse Felton
have Issued cards announcing thef mar
riage of their daughter. Miss Ruth Fel
ton. to Dr. William Sowers, of this city,
on Wednesday. January I, at their resi
dence In Chicago.
Mrs. Charles C. Glover has sent out
cards for Mondays In January.-
The Attorney General and Mrs. Wlclc
ersham have sent out InvltaUons to a
dinner in honor of the Russian Ambas
sador and Mme. Bakhmetefl on Janu
arys?. Brig. Oen. and Mrs. David Stuart Gor
don hae sent out cards for Wednesday
January 8 and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fearn and Mlra
Fearn have taken apartments at the
Brighton for the remainder of the sea
son and have leased their residence In
Massachusetts Avenue to Mr. and Mrs.
Llggltt, of Litchfield. Conn.
The Misses Sedgely. who have- made
their horn, at Stonelelgh Court for sev
eral seasons, have moved Into the newj
-- Sale of
"Banister" Shoes for Men
Tan and Black, ace and Blucher
New, fresh, seasonable shoes, in all sizes, on the fa-
mous Tedestrian" and -"English" lasts. 7.00 and 7.50 OCT
shoes at iD.OO
Women's Black and Tan Shoes
Lace and button. New, fresh, seasonable, shoeSj on our
best New York and English lasts. 7.00 and 6.50 shoes, in
all sizes, at
"Onyx" Hosiery Sale "
Ladies "Onyx" Silk Hose, white, black, tan 40c'.
Ladies' "Onyx" Lisle Hose, black, 50c grade 35c
Children's Famous "Onyx" Hose, linen heel and toe, black, white, "K
-and tan ..".. .25c,
Arthur Burt Co., 1343 F
We sir Herald as,M0 coatest Ttrte.
residence. :0$ Massachusetts Avenue,
which was recently completed. They
bate as house guests Miss Barney, the
debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
B. M. Barney, of Farmlngton, Conn.
The mother of Miss Barney has a cum
ber of friends In Washington, and "yes
terday afternoon the Misses' Segdely
hasked them and a numbrx of tha debu
tantes a',d"j-oung people of soclctyin for
an Informal tea. Miss Barney will .be
her for some time.
Mrs. Henry D. Clayton will be at home
'for the first time this season at her resi
dence. 17 K Street Northwest, on Tues
day afternoon from 4 unUl 6 o'clock.
Mrs. Susanne Oldberg will bo at horn:
informally at her studio at the Belaseo
Theater this afternoon at I o'clock.
Mrs. Stephen O. RIchey entertained
at a delightful luncheon yesterday at her
residence in I .Street in honor of Count
lsslna Fiola Caseill, of Rome, who Is
spending the winter with Mrs. Janln.
The additional guests nere Miss Re
bekah Wiltner. Miss Montgomery, Miss
Leila Harrison, Miss Eleanor Reybum,
Miss HUdegarde NageL Miss Margaret
rerln. Miss "Howry, Miss Gladys Hinck
ley. Miss Eudora Clover. Miss Alice
Brlce, 3ulss Doris Haynood. Miss Mary
Mccaule). and .Miss unley.
The Right Rev. Boyd Carpenter. Lord
Bishop of Rlpon; Mrs. Boyd Carpenter,
and Miss Boyd Carpenter have taken an
apartment at the Brighton while stop
ping In Washington
MaJ Gen. Arthur Murray, U. S. A,
and Mrs. Murray will arrive In Washing
ton to-morrow to visit their son-ln-law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ord Preston,
at their residence, 182 R Street Northwest.
Rear Admiral- and Mrs. Nathan C.
Twlnine entertained at a dinner last
nlirht in honor of their house guest. Miss
Rita Benson, who Is spending1 the winter
with them at their residence, 1319 K
Street Northwest. The guests Included
Mr, and Mrs. 'Whltehouse, of Boston;
Mrs Seth Ackley, Miss Helen Cash,
TJMit. Commander Overstreet. V. 8. N1:
Mr. John I. Baker, and Mr. Mercer
Mrs. Bedell Parker, of New York, will
nr-Hv In Washington to-morrow after
noon to bo the guest of Representative,
and Mrs. Henry D. Clayton, at meir
residence, 17M K Street .Northwest.
Mrs. William C Gwynn and M,rs.
Henry V. Beall. BH Thirtieth Street, will
bo at. home the last two Tuesdays In
A charming home weeding tooV place
lat nlirht. when Miss Elizabeth Norm,
iatirhfT nf Mr. and Mrs. C C North.
and Mr. Herbert Alhrecht -Klpp.. of
Beaumont, Tex., were married at the
family residence in N Street.
The -bay window In the- parlor was
beanUfully decorated with Southern
smllax and ferns, and the ceremony took
nlar-A in the Dretty Cowered bower.
The bride, who was given away by her
father, wore an exquisite gown of white
charmeuse. the bodice being elaborately
trimmed with duchesse and rose polnjl
tace, anu me cuufi uaan o v. n
caded satin. Her veil was of Frencn
lace and the sleeves of her gown were
of the same lace. Orange blossoms and
a lo-vely pin, which had been worn by
her mother on her wedding day. held
the veil In alace. She carried a hand'
some bouquet of Brides roses and lilies
of the valley. .
Miss Mangaret McMurtrie North, sister
of the bride, was maid of' honor. She
wore a becoming costume of blue char
meuse and carried an armful of deep
Miss Emily Klpp. sister of the bride
groom, was dressed In Ught blue char
meuse trimmed In plnlrv and she car
ried a bouquet of Killarney roses
Mr. William McMurtrla North, of New
Tork, brother of the bridet was the. best
man, . ,
The ceremony, "which -was performed
by the Rev. Dr. WaJlaca Radcllff. was
Witnessed by the relatives and Intimate
friends of the bride and bridegroom. A
reception followed Immediately after;
.Mrs. North Trore a handsome gown, of
black, charmeuse trimmed with heavy
black lace. At
Amcng the out-of-town relatives prca-
Charmeuse Dresses in several models.
Regular prices, $19.50 to $37.50.
Sale Price, $15.00
NO CHARGES. In This Large Reduction Sale.
F Street, Corner Thirteenth Street N. W.
Sale Price; $19.50
ent were Mrs. Robert Klpp. of Indian
apolis, mother of the bridegroom; Mr.
E. 8 McMurtrie and Miss McMurtrie, of
Huntington. Fa., and Mr. uarvia v.
North, of Altoona, Pa.
Later In the eventng Mr. and Mrs.
Kipp left Washington on their wedding
trip. The bride wore a becoming trav
eling suit of dark blue and black Zeber
lln cloth and a stylish hat. After ten
days' absence they will return to Wash
ington and take an apartment at the
Brighton for six weeks, after which
they will' go to Beaumont. Jex., where
they wlir make their fattnVnome. -"
Mls Agra Bennett, or West Virginia,
made her Initial bow to the Presi
dent and Mrs. Taft at the' diplomatic
reception at the White House Friday
Miss Bennett was presented at the first
coronation coUrt of King George In Lon
don and, wltn her mother, Mrs. Louis
Bennett, spent last winter In India. They
attended all the royal functions of the
Durbar, and were among the few unoffi
cial guests invited by the viceroy ana
government house to meet the King and
Queen on their arrival in Calcutta.
Miss Bennett Is the daughter of Hon.
Louis Bennett. late nominee for Goernor
of West Virginia, whose grandfather's
brother. Judge Jackson, was married In
the White House to Miss Payne, a sister
of "Dolly Madison."
Mrs. Martin W. Littleton, wife of Rep
resentative Littleton, of New Tork. will
be at home to her friends In her apart
ments at the New Wiltard Tuesday aft
ernoon. Mrs. Barnard, wife of Justice Barnard,
of the District Supreme Court, win not
Miss Dulaney, of Louisville, Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Judson u. Clements, ono
will assist at the tea Mrs. Clements is to
give for her debutante daughter on Tues
Representative and Mrs. Edwards, of
Savannah, Ga.. arrived Tnursaay ana are
at the Congress Hall Hotel.
Mrs. Theodore Tiller, of Chevy Chase,
is giving a series of small bridge parties,
one every week, to Introduce her sister,
Mrs. Etna Patterson Griffln, of Georgla.
The first party will be given Wednesday
Mrs. Etna P. Griffln will entertain at
a matinee party Saturday at the Na
tional -Theater in honor of Mrs. w. F.
Miss Rosalie Waters, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Somerset R. Waters, left
Washington yesterday for New. York,
where she will spend the week visiting
Mies Polly Perkins and Miss Catherine
Mrs. Eric Bergland. of Baltimore, has
sent out more than 309 Invitations for a
tea on Saturday when Mrs. Martha Gle-
low will addressthe Baltimore Auxiliary
Of, the Southern Industrial Educational
Association, at her home In North
Tuesday afternoon from 4 until 5.30
o'clock a tea will be given by Constitu
tion Chapter, D. A. R., In celebration of
St Distaff's Da). It will be held In the
George Washington Library of the Hotel
Powhatan, with Mrs. Morgan D. Lewis
end Mrs. Harold A. Lewis as hostesses.
The guests will have an opportunity to
hear the nne new organ ,wnicn has re
centlv been Installed In the hotel. Mrs.
Matthew T. Scott, president-general of
the D. A. R., and Mrs. John Miller
Horton have been Incited to attend. i
Columbia Chapter, D. A. R., entertain
ed Its members and friends with a de
lightful musical at the New Ebbltt New
Tears Eve. Mrs. v. s. uaroer acung as
hostess, and Miss Nelue Mack as leader.
The following programme was given:
Vocal solos, Mrs. "Walter P. Plumler.
"Amorella." "Rose of My Heart." and
"The Confession;" Mrs. Margaret Hol
land, "Ah, Let Me Dream Again," and
"Forgotten;" Mrs. OtlsJK Swett, "The
Bird and the Rose."' "For Love's Sweet
Sake." and "Rosalie. Mr. Charles
Church. "The Wind and "Love's Rhap
sody." The accompanists were Mesdames
Hyer and Lindsay. Piano solos, Miss
Louie Leeds and Mrs. C. S. Hyer. Reci
tations, Miss Corlnne Hay, "Plantation
Christmas" and "Expression;" Miss Flor
ence B. "Wester. "The Low-backed Car,"
and "Henry Vs Wooing.
Among: thoso present were Miss Laura
Jessie BraytorOMrs. Brumbaugh, Regis
trar General. D. A. R.: Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Ifomlller. Miss Lulu Mcintosh.
Miss Annabel Mcintosh. Sirs. G. H. Jim.
Miss Cornelia IUtt. Mrs. R, O. Montgom
ery. Miss James, Mrs. Walter P. Plum-
ley. Mrs. Toneby. Mrs. Brltton. Mrs. ii.
C Gauss, Miss Van Doren. Mrs. Rosa
Townshend, Master Francis Townshend.
Mr. "William G. "Webster. Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Grimes. Mrs. Becky Bum",
Mr, Charles Williams. Miss B. A. Will
lams, Mrs. F. B. Brock. Mrs. C- O. "Wood
bury. Mrs L. B. Swormstedt. Mrs. f. i
Christie. Mrs. M.-T. Walter,MIss O W.
McCord. Mrs. N. B. Prentice. Mrs. V. V.
Brown. Gen. McBride, and Mr. Nelson P.
An entertainment for the benefit of the
Confederate Memorial Home will bt
then at the Playhouse January IS by
the Dixie Chapter, "United Daughters of
the Confederacy. The patronesses ror
the entertainment are Mrs. Champ
Clark. Mrs. Robert Lee nenry, Mrs. A.
S. Burleson. Mrs. Philander" Claxton.
Mre. Preston Gibson, Miss Nannie Ran
dolph Heth. Mrs. Christian HemmlcK
Mrs. Edson Bradley. Mrs, Leigh Robin
son. Mrs. Marion Butler. Mrs. Henry
Ludlow. Mrs. Frank Odenhelraer. Mrs.
Wallace Streater, Miss Ambler. Mrs. C
D. Merwln. Mrs. Magnus Thompson,
Mrs. Duncan U. Fletcher, Mrs. Sinclair
Hill. Mrs. "William A. Jones, and Miss
The first annual masquerade cotillion
of the Washington Canoe Club was
danced Tuesday evening In the beauti
fully decorated ballroom of the club.
There was general dancing until 11
o'clock, when the cotillion was begun.
Led by Mr. and Mrs. David M. Lea. In
colonial costume, many Intricate figures
were worked out. The last figure, danced
Just before midnight, was favored with
nolsemaklne apparatus of many kinds.
The unmasking was accompanied by,
much laughter, as familiar faces ap
peared from unfamiliar maks- A buffet
supper, served In the gayly decorated
grill room, was followed by general
dancing until t,he party broke up at 2
Among those present and their cos
tumes were: Mr. David M. Lea, colo
nial, and Mrs. Lea. colonial; Mr. L. F,
Eberbach and Mrs. Eberbacn. of Fort
Wayne. Ind.. Pierrot and Plerrotte: Mr.
W. B. Whipple, student: Mrs. Whipple,
Chinese girl; Mr. Hammer, Chinese
mandarin: Miss Fortbender. Chinese
girl: Mr. Garrett, colonial: Miss iMcCal
lum. Spanish dancer; Mr. and Mrs.
Wheeler, both Pierrots: Mr. Sheets.
Highlander; Mrs. Sheets, tambourine
girl; Mr. Johnson and Mrs. Johnson,
Zouave; Mr. DeLashmut. Ku Klux. and
Mrs. DeLashmut Spanish dancer; Mr.
Camp, Pierrot: Miss Worthlngton, In
dian girl: Dr. Pomeroy. baby; Miss Wat
son, Pierrot: Mr. Pierce, minstrel: Miss
Murphy, Indian girl: Dr. and Mrs. "Wolff,
Mr. Smith, bandit: Mrs. Smith, colonial;
Mr. Hodges, 'French gentleman; Mrs.
Snelder, French lady; Mr." Stephenson,
clown; Miss Swett. Quaker girl: Mr.
Moore, countryman: Miss Masterson,
Washington Canoe Club; Mr. Pardoe.
baby; Miss Prescott, Turkish lady: Mr.
Helder, Miss Retlly; Mr. Fox. clown:
Miss Dumin, Quaker; Mr. Burch, clown;
Miss Odeil. Turkish lady; Mr. Searle,
devil: Miss Koechllnjr. Yama Yama girl:
Mr. Kay. devil; Miss McFalU country
girl: Mr. Rogers, sailor: Mrs. Rogers;
Mr. Summy. Zouave; Miss Brett: Dr.
Maddert. Ku Klux; Miss Mellon: Mr.
Watson, student; Mrs. "Watson. Chinese
girl: Mr. Nottingham, student; Mrs.
Nottingham. Chinese girl; Mr. ZIrkle.
student: Miss Brett. Japanese girl: Mrs.
Burch. Mrs. Moore. Miss HeltmuUer,
Mr., Smith, Mr. Ansley. Mr. Hunting,
and' Mr. Hall. ,
A musical was given jesterday by the
pupils of Mrs. Mabelle Sterns, at ISO La
mont Street. Among those" who had
part In the programme were Miss Dor
othy West, Miss Cariotta- Corey, Miss
Elizabeth Arnold. Miss Frances Corey,
Miss Luclle Stockberger.
Miss Elsie Plcard was hostess at a
party given in honor of Miss Sylvia Colin,
of Baltimore; Miss Lucille Cert, of Pitts
burg, and Miss Hortenstf Dreyruss. and a
number of other friends. Including the
Misses Hannah Glchner, Ruth Hetlbrun.
Bernlce Rothschild, Fannys. Rich. Mildred
Wallenstein. Cella Oppenhelmer, Hilda
Young, Ruth Schwab, Henrietta Schlff
man, RuthKahnj Marlon King, Doro-,
thy Sonnebom. Ruth Grosner. Camilla
Schwab, and Mildred Minster. The young
and Ruth Kahn. Decorations In the din-1
Ing room were red and green. I
Mr. and-Mrs. M. Spear, of New York. I
who have been traeling in the South.)
passed several days during the eelc'
with Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Adler.
Mr. and Mrs. Spear left Tuesday fori
their home in New York.
Mrs, WlUiam Draper and Miss Margar
et Draper left Washington yesterday
en route for Europe, where, they will
spend the remainder of the winter.
The Misses Sedgley entertained at a
delightful tea yesterday afternoon In
honor of Miss Barney.
Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson
hate sent out Invitations to a muslcato
on Saturday evenlag. January 1. at 10
Mrs. Loeb. the Misses Selma and Lu
cille Loeb. and Mr. Leo Loeb have re
turned to Annapolis, after spending sev
eral days at the New Wlllard Hotel
Mr. David OetUnger has returned to
Cornell, after a few weeks In the city
with, his mother, Mrs. D. OetUnger.
Miss Lucille Cerf has returned to Pitts
burg, having spent the holidays In tha
city with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gros
ner. Mrs. Junius MacMurray and Miss Ethel
MacMurray will be at home to-morrow
afternoon and the following-. Mondays in
Miss Alice Douglas Wallach. daughter
of the late Mr. Richard W. Wallach. of
this city, and Mrs. Alice G. Wallach.
nee Evans, of Laurel. Md . and Mr.
William B. MacGregor. of Chevy- Chase.
were married on December 31. at 6
o'clock. In fct. Patrick's parsonage.
The ceremony was performed by the
Rev. Francis P. Mackatl, of Mar land.
In the presence of the near relatives of
the bride and bridegroom. Mr. Richard
L. Wallach. a broUier or the bride, was
best man. and Miss Rosalie MacGregor.
a sister of tho bridegroom, was brides
maid. The bride wore a becoming travel
ing suit of dark blue French serge, with
stylish hat to match, and she wore a
corsage bouquet of orchids and lilies of
The bridegroom Is the son of the late
Mr. John F. MacGregor and Mrs. Flor
ence E. MacGregor.
Mr. and Mrs. MacGregor are maklnsr
a brief visit to Petersburg. Va.. and
other points In the South, where the
bride's father fought In the civil war.
and after January 13 they will be at
their future home, S03 Joceljn Street.
The bride is a gTandnlce of one ot
tho late Majors of Washington City and
also of Douglas Wallach, the founder of
the Washington Evening Star.
Mrs. R. B. Behrcnd and Mrs. Gersoni
Nordllnger have cards out for a bridge
to be Kit en at Rauschcr's on Friday,
January 10. In honor of Mrs. Louis Else
man, of Atlanta, Ga. .
The engagement of Miss Corine Brash,
Aaurhtei- of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brash,
ot Lancaster. Pa-, to Mr. Harold C.
Krauskopf, ot Philadelphia, son of the
Continued on Prse Two.
V. Walker, regent: Mrs. J. T. Ethell.lfolk Indulged in games and prizes were
Mrs. Raymond, Mrs. M-TL Brayton,Mlss won by CamOle Schwab, LudUo Cert.
,. or elaborate display is
to be the keynote, ,jye
are invariably success
ful in securing effects
that are at once artistic"
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
Waldorf-Astoria an I