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THE WASHINGTON HERALD
WASHINGTON. ,D. C.. SUNDAY. JANUARY 26. 191&
S5a? Season Clearing Tfts TEnd
BUT three more state entertainments will be given before Int by the
President and Mrs. Taft at the White House. They are the Congres
sional reception on Tuesday night; the state dinner in honor of the
Speaker of the House of Representatives on Friday evening, and the army and
navy reception on Shrove Tuesday night
During Lent Mrs. Taft will again entertain at her charming evening musi
cales, which are eagerly looked forward to by society. Throughout the last four
yean Mrs. Taft has done everything within her power to make the National
Capital a musical center, and has introduced many celebrated artists to Wash
ington at her musicales in the East Room.
President Taft and Mr. Edmond Dwight, of New York, were entertained
at luncheon yesterday by Mr. Charles D. Hflles at the .Metiepolitsn Club.
The formal social season of 1912-1913 is drawing to a close, and the en
tertainments during the next ten days promise to be many and brilliant. It is
conceded by all that it has not been a particularly gay season, but this winter
will be long remembered in society for two notable events the disbanding of
Bachelors' German Club a time-honored dancing organization which has here
tofore stood pre-eminent and the giving up of the far-famed inaugural ball.
Capital society has found that one large cotillion, no matter how brilliant
it is, does not take the place of three germans. Their absence has been keenly
felt this year, and it is sincerely hoped that the club will reorganize next winter,
for no other dances have the same prestige or give so much genuine pleasure
to the dancing contingent as the Bachelors' germans.
No one is surprised because it has been found impossible to find a suitable
substitute for the celebrated inaugural ball, the giving up o'f which has caused
a widespread feeling of regret and displeasure rin the District Congress has
wisely decreed that no public reception at the Capitol, the only alternative of
fered, shall replace the ball, which has proved in previous administrations one
of the most democratic events ever participated in by the thousands who at
tended the inaugurations
A'fter viewing the fireworks on the evening of March 4, the public will have
nothing further to amuse them, and so can follow out Franklin's excellent the-
orv . "Early to bed" An "economic day" will dawn on March 5.
From present indications it would seem that the woman's suffrage parade
en March 3 will claim more attention than any other event It will have the
added charm of novel' as well as prettv women, earnest champions of "the
cause" to draw the admiring crowds, and undoubtedlv those who may come to
chaff will remain to cheer
much-anticipated event is the Southern Relief ball at the New Willard
U-morrow night The demand for tickets has almost exceeded the supply, and
manv more boxes could have found ready purchasers if there had been space
in the ballroom in which to erect them Among the boxholdcrs are Admiral
and Mrs Dewcj. Representative and Mrs Oscar Underwood. Gen. Julian Carr,
of Durham, N. C; Mrs Matthew T. Scott. Senator and Mrs. Fletcher, Mr.
Crenshaw, Mr. Graeme -Harvey, i!r John Miller Norton. Mrs Cole, of Ten
nessee. Dr and Mrs James Dudley Morgan, Mrs Elmer Black, o'PNew York;
Mrs Lewis Bennett, and Judge and Mr Knapp
nothcr dance, which is attracting the greatest attention in fashionable So
nets is the "Benedicts' Cotillion." winch will be held on Friday night. Com
tiosed as it is of members of the ultrafashionable and wealthy set of the Capital,,
it probablv will be one of the most brilliant cotillions ever given in Wash-
Senator and Mrs Gilbert M Hitchcock will be hosts at a dance on Thurs
cav evening for their daughter. Miss Ruth Hitchcock Other dances are Mr.
Percv Waters' dance at thcChcvv Chase Club on Tucsdaj, Mr and Mrs Will
am Orme's mask ball on Wednesday evening, Mr and Mrs James Wadsworth,
r. and Mr Clarence Hay's dance at the Country Club on Thursday evening,
Mr and Mrs J. Maurj Dove's dinner-dance at the Shorcham on the same even
ing, and the navy yard chncc on Saturdav, whah will end a busv social week.
The wedding of Miss Margaret Cotton Smith, daughter of the Rev. and
Mrs Roland Cotton Smith, and Mr Guy Emerson will be an interesting event
f Tucdav attcrnoon The ccrcmonv will take place in St John's Church, and
t c bride's father will officiate.
Miss Mary McCauIcy will be the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids are to
!r Misses Julia and AIjs Mever, daughters of the Secretary of the Navy and
Mrs Mever; Miss Violet Thaver, of Boston, Miss Marv Wood, Miss Mary
Durvea, and Miss Harriet Post, of New. York
The best man will be Mr. John Marsh, o'f New York, and the ushers Lord
1 ustace Percy, of the British Embassy staff; Mr Bavard Tuckerman, of New
Vrk, Mr Kenneth Carpenter, of St. Louis; Mr. Ralph Homblowcr, of Bos-
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ton; Mr. David Warner, of Warrenton, and Mr. James F. Curtis, of this citv.
A large reception will follow at the bride's home.
Miss Cotton Smith's maternal grandmother was the late Mrs. William C
Otis, of Boston, Mass. The Rev. Dr Cotton Smith is one of the most promi
nent and popular clergymen in Washington.
Mr. Emerson is a graduate of Harvard. 'oS. and of the law school three
vears later. He is the son of Dr. Nathaniel W. Emeron, one of Boston's, best
known surgeons. Shortly after leaving the law school Mr. Emerson was ap
pointed private secretary to Mr. James F Curtis, Assistant Secretary of the
It is probable that the President and Mrs Taft and Miss Helen Taft will
attend the weddings
Mr. Taft was liotstiss at a small muil
cale yesterday -afternoon, when about
flft) guests gatnered In the Blue Room
.ti hear Prof I Brcltner. Silas Asdrik
Kavookdjl; pianist. Mr. Paul Rrlmers,
tenor, and Mr. Theodore Flint accom
panist who rendered the following pro
gramme. Variations and fugue (Saint-Saens)
(theme of. Beetliov en). Prof Breltner and
Mies K,bvookdJl; "Auf Flugeln des Gc
sanges" (Mendelssohn), "Wohln" (Schu
bert), "Ie eoeur do ma mle" (Dalcroze),
Mr. Reimers. "Romance" (Rubinstein),
etude (Chopin). "March Turciue" (Beet
hoven), Prof Breltner. "Apres un rove"
(Kaurc). " Songs My Mother Taught Ma"
(Dvorak), "Der Jager" (Grieg). Mr
Relmcrs. "Man lebt nur elnmat"
(Strauss-Tausig), Prof. Breltner and Miss
Tea was served later in the Red Room.
Mlsi Helen Taft and Miss Isabel VI n
cent were the guests of honor at a din
ner given bv Mr and Mrs Hugh T.egare
last night at their residence In Massachu
The fcecrctar) of the Nav and Mrs
von I,. Meyer entertained at a small
fancy dance lat night for their daugh
ters, the Misses Mejcr.
Mrs. McCormick was a dinner hostess
ast night at her residence In Sixteenth
Miss Marguerite Kaufman, ot Rhodo
Island Avenue. Is spending several dajs
with relatives In New York
Representative and Mrs. John Dwlght
gave a dinner last night Their guests
were Mr. Justice and Mrs Hughes. Mr.
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Sealon Sehroeder. Mr. and Mrs. John K
Reyburn. "Mr and Mrs Charles D Hlll-s.
Mrs Francis E. Warren. Mr and Mrs.
-nan r mills. Mrs. Henry Corbln,
Mr. Thorn, and Mai Rhoads. V 3. A.
Miss Lillian Harris has returned to the
alter a rew dajs" visit In New York,
-ls Gertrude King, of New York,
the guest of Mrs. Harry King. She will
remain in the city for several weeks.
MI.3 Selma Hyne has returned to her
home in Baltimore after visiting relatives
The Dominican Minister and Mme.
Peynado entertained a box part) jt the
theater, followed by a supper, last night
in honor of Mrs William W Ruse'l.
wife of the American Minister to the
Dominican republic. Their guests In
cluded the Venezuelan Minister. Mr John
Barrett. Director General uf lha Pan
American Union. Mr. and Mrj W T r
Doyle, Jlhs Calderon. the Assistant
Director of the Pin-American I'nlon and
Mrs Yanes, and Mr. and Mrs. Ccrnuda.
Miss Ethel Mcjen. of Baltimore, is
sendlng a few das In the cltj with Miss
Glad J s Maier
Mr and Mrs Moris Mer. of Baltimore,
are spending the neck-end in Washing
ton. Mr. Maurice Eiseman has returned here
after spending ten days In New York,
where he went to attend the automobile
The marriage of Miss Helen Lee and
Mr. Robert Swain Peabodj, of Boston,
took place at noon yesterday In the resi
dence of the bride's mother. Mrs. Charles
Carroll Lee, 17T1 Massachusetts Avenue.
Mgr. Lee. rector of St Matthew's
Church, uncle of the bride, performed
the ceremony In the presence of tho im.
mediate relatives, who came from Boston
ana New York to attend tho wedding
immediately afterward, a wrrddtn
DreaKtast was served
Mr. and Mrs. Peabody, after a trip of
several weeks, will go to Boston, where
tney win make their future home.
Secretary Hllles announced Jesterday
that the number already Invited to the
receptions to be held at the White House
on Tuesday evenmgs. January 2S and
enruary . naa attained such'nronor.
tlons that It had become necessary to
"" mo "sis. iso more invitations will
Mr. Jerome Meiers has returned to the
city after a tew days In New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Meter Felhelmer are
spending several weeks at Palm Beach.
Miss Hetty Abrahams, or Farm School,
Pa., Is the house guest of Mrs. Andrew
Among those who entertained dinner
parties at the Chevy Chase Club last
night were Mr. A. T. Robins, Dr. and
Mrs. L. W. Glazebrook. Lieut Col. and
Mrs Langfltt Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wagen-
norst, ir. William Hoover. Rear Ad
miral and Mrs. Van Reipen, Rear Ad
miral and Mrs. Hemphill, Mr. and Mrs.
R. II. M- Robinson. Mrs. John Marbury,
Mr. and Mrs. & A. Willis, Mr. and Mrs.
William Barret Rldgelj. Mr. and Mrs.
George Howard, and, Mr. and Mrs. Rich
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Abram Simon have
returned to Washington from Cincinnati,
where they went to attend the Union
A delightful hop took place at Fort
Myer last night The ballroom was deco
rated with palms and smllax and flag.
and about SO guests danced to the In
spiring strains of the cavalry band.
Mrs. Garrard, wife of the commander
of the fort .received the guests, who
were members of Washington smart set
A number of dinners preceded the
dance, and several supper parties were
given afterward. Capt Warren Dean
was among those who entertained
number of friends at supper.
The many music lovers of Washington
are anticipating a rare treat on Tuesday
afternoon, February 4. when Mme. Julia
Culp. the famous Dutch lleder singer.
will give a recital at the Columbia Thea
ter. This Is Mme. Culp's Initial trip
to America, and her first concert after
landing was at the White House two
Among the patronesses who are taking
a deep Interest In the success of the
concert are Mme. Jusserand, Mrs. Bryce,
Mme. Bryn, Mme. Ekengren. Mme.
Pezet Mme. de RIano, Mme. Loudon,
Mrs. Wickersham. Mrs. Meyer. Mrs.
Beekman Wlnthrop, Mrs. Carlisle, Mrs.
Letter, Mrs. Glover. Misses Rlggs, Mrs.
Ralph Cross Johnson, Mrs. Dlmock. Mrs.
Emmons. Mrs. Slater, Mrs. R. Town
send. Mrs P Belmont, Mrs. George
Eustls, Mrs. Sinclair Bowen. Mrs. Henry
White. Mrs. A. J. Parsons. Mrs. Buck
ner Randolph. Misses Patten, Mme.
Hauge, Mrs. Lawrence Townsend, Mrs.
Hunt Slater. Mrs. Shepard. Mrs. Van
Loon. Mrs. Norman Williams. Misses
Brickensteln, Mrs. Corbln. Mrs. Howe.
Mrs. Hinckley, Mrs. II Wallace, Mrs. S.
Spencer. Mrs. Clarence Wilson, Mrs.
Dlmock Hutcheson ..
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. William Marshall
were hosts at a large dinner last night
at the Chevy Chase Club. The table
decorations represented the colors of the
Engineer Corps. Electric wires were
cleverly concealed by the flowers, and
tiny red and white electric lights added
much beauty to the center piece, and at
each place were a tiny cluster of red
and white shaded electric lights.
Among the guests were Lieut and Mrs.
Francis Wilby, Miss Esther Cleveland,
Miss Frances Gamble, Miss Lucy Hoke
Smith, Miss Dorothy Gatewood. Miss
Elizabeth Munford. Miss Catherine
Crane, Miss Barbara Brodle, Miss Ruth
Bliss, Miss Hildreth Gatewood. Miss
Katherlne Brooks. Miss Amy Sheridan.
.Miss uu Bose. Capt Julian Schley, U.
1.: Lleuts. John P Meade. Earl North.
Lieut Stewart. Mr. Duncan Dodson. Mr.
Harold Brown, of New York: Mr. John
Mvers. of Philadelphia, Mr Delos Smith.
Lieut Garllngton. Capt Edward If. Tal-
bltt U. S A , Lieut. George W Simpson,
bott USA.. Lieut George W Simpson,
and Mr Spencer Gordon
A large and enthuslantlc audtenc
tilled the galleries of the Riding and
Hunt Club of Washington yesterday
afternoon to witness the children's fan-
ty dress drill. Time and again the
daring and skillful riding of the
youngsters won them rounds of ap
plause, and the fancy costumes of the
riders added greatly to the attractive
ness of the scene. The numerous cos
tumes were cleverly carried out In
The children who took part were
Miss Helen McLanahan. who wa
dressed to resemble an Egyptian don
key bo Miss Mary Beekwlth. great
granddaughter of braham Lincoln,
wore a Mexican cowboy costume: Miss
Janet Harlan, was a French standard
bearer of the Middle Ages Miss Carter
MullIKen was a cowbov. Miss Ruth
Donaldson was a Mexican cowboy
Miss Elizabeth Austin was dresed as
a bahi . Miss Isabel Pell made a charm
ing Dutch boj Master Duer McLana
hin was an Eg ptlan donkev bov;
Master Henri de Sibour made a fine
cowboy. Master Robert Roosevelt was
also a cowboj and Masters Tommy and
Billy Laughlln wore Turkish costumes
Miss Janet Austin the standard bearer.
headed th procession onto the tan hark
and tlio Hrlll lMgan She was adjudged
the winner and was presented with a
siler loving cup besides the coveted blue
ribbon Miss Isabel Pell, who is the
daughter of Mrs Peter R. Laboulsse.
win the red ribbon by her skillful ridtnr
The next event was the Interesting
French came. Jeu de barre and the
thre children who engaged In It were
Sflss Helen McLanahan. Miss Iabel Pell.
and Master Henri de Sibour The lat
ter, by hl quickness and good riding,
carried off the blue ribbon.
Then came the raring for stalls, which
proved mnt exciting, and gave tho chil
dren a splendid opportunity to show their
horsemanship Mls Carter Mlllikcn,
who showed exceptional skill at getting
off at the start, won the event after a
The egg and poon race was more a
test for steady hands than an) thing ele
and proved nervous work for some Who
pIucMly Kept at It to the last It was
won b Miss Janet Harlan and Master
Duer Mclinahan carried off the red
The last event was the potato raco
which was handib won by Master Henri
de Silhoiir. and Silas Isabel Poll came In
second, winning another red ribbon
The judges were Mrs. Sinclair Bowen,
Mr. Richard Harlow, and Mr Henry T.
Immediately after the potato race Mrs.
Robert M Thompson entertained tho
children and the members of the club
and their guests at a delightful tea. A
special tible. decorated with red shadd
lights, was reserved for the children who
had participated In the drill, while their
elders enjoyed tea In the next room.
Among the many guests were the Dan
ish Minister. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ie,
Mrs George X. McLanahan. Viscountess
Henri de Sibour. Mrs William Cunning
ham. Miss .Cunningham, of Litchfield:
Mr. Robert Roosevelt, Mr George- Oak-1
ley Totten. Mr. Arthur Addison. Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Tuckerman. Mrs. Cary
Langhorn. Mrs Peter R. Laboulsse. Miss
Eccleslne, Mrs I T. Mann. Mrs. Ben
nett. Miss Agra Bennett and Mrs. Sin
Many small children, accompanied
tneir parents to tne drill, and took
deep Interest In the different events.
Dupre. mother of Mr. Dunre, of Louisiana;
Mrs. E. L. Hamilton. Mrs. Fordney, and
Sirs. IXxlds. of Michigan: Mrs. Vreeland.
of New York: Mrs. Roberts and Miss Rob
erts, of Nevada; Mrs. Webb, of North
Carolina: Mrs. Sloan, of Nebraska; Mrs.
.Bwltxer. of Ohio; Mrs. Morgan, of Okla.
noma; Mrs. Burke and Miss Burke, of
Bouin uaxota; Jirs. Padgett ot Tennes
see: Mrs. Grant sister of Mr. Padgett of
Tennessee; jirs. Moore, of Wisconsin.
The- members of the Girls' Friendly So
ciety of the Church of the Good Shep
herd have Issued Invitations for their
annual dance, to be given February S, at
roe psnan nail.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Relzensteln have
returned to Washington from New York,
where they were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Isadora Saks.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fishel are spending
some time in inicago.
Mr. Bernard Katzenberg, of Baltimore,
spent the week-end In the city. ,
M. E. Malontlcr gave a very Interesting
lecture last Thursday before the members
of the Alliance Francalse. His subject
was "Guy de Maupassant"
In the audience were the Counselor of
the French Embassy and Mme. de PerettI
de la Rocca. Capt de Chambrun and
Mons. Lefebre de la Boulaye, of the French
Embassy; Mrs. O. H. Elttmann. Mrs. E.
Blcknell. Mis A. D. Boiling. Miss II.
Nage), Miss Margaretta Symons. Miss
Harrlman. Miss J. C Butler. Miss M.
Fox, MrsJ. C. O'Loughlln, Mrs. and Miss
Gower, Miss I. Ewlng, Mrs. E. G. Mason.
Mr. H. G. Crocker. Rev. E. H. Ingle. Mr.
J. Dunn, and Mr. G. S. Miller.
Mr. Felix Gundershelmer has returned
to his home In Baltimore after a short
trip to Washington.
Mrs. Charles E. Townsend. wife of
Senator Townsend. and Mrs. Russell
Goodwin, wife of the Assistant Attorney
General, have sent out cards for a tea
uesday, February 4. at the Congres
The Bishop of Washington, the Right
Rev. Alfred Harding, has Invited all the
clergy of Washington, the lady man
agers, and all friends of the Episcopal
Home for Children in Anaxostia and the
Bell Home at Colonial Beach to Its an
nual meeting on January S. 1913, at 8
o'clock, at his residence, HOT Massachu
setts Avenue It Is expected that this
will b- a large and enthusiastic meet
ing and all those interested in the wel
fare of children are cordially invited to
Miss Edna Oppenhelmer gave a most
delightful dance at her home In Kalorama
Road Thursday evening. The floral dec
orations were artistically arranged, con
sisting of American beauty roses, and
large palms fajpper was served at mid
night and dancing continued until a late
hour The out of town guests were Miss
Adele Goldsmith, of Baltimore Miss
Hortcnse Cohen, of Baltimore, Miss Ger
trude Oettlnger. of Wilson. N C., Miss
Jewel Wolf, of Cleveland, Mlsa Helen
l.ev, of Brooklyn, N Y . Messrs. Ber
nard Katzenberg. of Baltimore. I.eon
Oppenhelmer. of the University of Penn
sylvania and Felix Gundershelmer. of
Baltimore mong the Ivcal guests
were the Misses Celeste Goodman. Glad) a
Mayer. Belle t-chlffman. Dora Schlffmai),
Rita Schlffman, Ernestine Rich, Rena
neichman. Rhoda Mauntmer. Louise
Berliner. ITortense B)slawsKI. Louise
Einstein, Alma Baer, Carolyn Oppen
helmer. Miriam Franc. Edith Stranbur
ger. Alma Kaufman. Marguerite Kauf
man; Messrs Arthur Neuman. Lester
NfUman, Alfred Haas. Lawrence Gas
Mnhelmer. htanley Fischer. Melville
Fischer Norman Fischer. Herbert Jacobl.
Joseph Kaufman. Arthur Luchs, Eugene
Young. lister Marx, Bernard Baer. Al-'
frvd Mem. David Stern. Albert Stelnem,
Jerome Mevers, Daniel Benslnger.
Maurice Eiseman. Julian Eiseman, and
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Mrs John Havs Hammoid entertained
a luncheon party of eighteen )esterdav
In honor of Mrs. Robert Chapln. of Lon
don, who ie the house guest ot Mrs. Hen-
Scnora de RIano, wife of the Spanish
Minister, entertained a number of friends
ai luncneon jesterday at tho legation.
Mrs Arthur Baumgartcn, of New York
Is spending several weeks with friends In
Mr and Mrs. Ivan Herman; of act
Sixteenth Street Northwest, are at Bat
tery Park Hotel. Ashville. N. C
Mr. and Mrs. David Strauss are now
located In the Gotham, Calvert Street
Mrs. Lee Kemgood is spending several
weeks In town with relatives.
Mrs. Chandler Hale was hostess yes
tertay at a luncheon party, -entertaining
a number ot her women friends.
The German Ambassador has returned
10 Washington from a trip to New
Haven, where he went to attend a dinner
given by the Chamber of Commerce and
to visit Yale University.
The Naval Attache of the Russian Em
bassy and Mme. Vassllletf are snendlnt?
several dajs In New York.
Mrs. J. D. Gatewood entertained a lanro
bridge party esterday afternoon for her
guest, Mrs, William Nelson Page, of
The Congressional women who will re
ceive at the Dewey Tuesday frcm 3 to 5 30
are: Mrs. Tillman, wife of the Senator
from South Carolina: Mrs. Crumpacker, I
nf IndlAnA! Mrs Kendnlt. Airs THv,, I
Senator and Mrs James A Reed have
gone to their home. In Kansas City, for
a few weeks visit.
The Crescents entertained at a delight
ful danre last night In the ballroom ot
the Raleigh Hotel It was the third
dance of this series A section of the
Marine Band pla)ed throughout the even
ing The dancA committee Included J. W
Mi Kerlrhrr. W Harry Trotter, Lemuel
II Windsor Ham C Slgourney. and I
Fred D Giesler I
Mrs Champ Clark and Mrs John Ha)s
Hammond will go to Baltimore, to-morrow j
tu attend the dinner of the Welfare De
partment of the National Civic Federa
tion at the Colon) Club, on Tuesda).
Mrs. John Miller Horton. of Buffalo,
ulll give a reception at the New Willard
un i-aturda). Kebruarj 1, in honor of
tin nitional societ) of the Daughters of
the American Revolution
Mrs Henr) Allen Cooper, wife of Itep
r sentative Cooper of " Isconsin w 111 be
at home on Tnesdav for the 1 1st time
this season Mie will bo assisted In
iilvlng b) her house guest. Miss Kath
leen Elliott, of Racine. Wis.
Mrs John Miller Horton was the guest
uf honor at a luncheon given by Miss
Temple at the New Willard jesterday.
Representative and Mrs. Ira Copley
have visiting them the latter's sister,
Sfr. McCatiley, and Mr and Mrs. Fred
erick Babcock, of Chicago
Mrs. A JefTrcv Parsons has loaned her
drawing-rooms to Miss Dorothea Spinney,
of Warwick, England, for a recital of
thrre Irish Pla) s to-morrow . ev enlng.
Miss Spinney has a voice of marvelous
flexibility and power, and she is an artist
of wonderful abilit). Her work has een
tho study of the dramas of the olden
time, and she Is especially happy In her
selection of these three pla)s: "Kathlecn-nl-HooUhan,"
"The Traveling Man." and
"The Hour Glass," by two famous Irish
writers. Lad) Gregory and W. B. Yates.
Mrs. William C Gw)nn will be at home
on Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Anne E. Gaskins has gone to New
York to attend the wedding of Miss
Katherlne Ronard on Tuesday. Before
returning to Washington she will visit
friends In Baltimore.
Mrs. W. T. Manlon, of Herkimer, has
spent several days with Miss Anne K.
Mrs. E. TInney was hostess at a largo
suffrage meeting at the Rochambeau ) es
terday. Many prominent women were
present and much enthusiasm was dis
played by alt
Tho members of St Stephen's Catholic
Church will give a supper and dance In
their new parish hall. K and Twenty-
fourth Streets, on Tuesday and Wednes
The fourth tea of the College Wom
en's Club will be given Monday after
noon In the clubruoms. 1313 F Street
Northwest The hostess will be Mrs.
E. Dana Durand. who will be assisted
by members of section 13.
Mrs. Archibald Hopkins will give a
talk on the Octavla Hill Housing movement
Mrs. E. Baker Evans entertained at
a delightful tea on Friday afternoon at
the Dresden. The apartment was deco
rated with palms and Southern smllax.
You're Invited io
Call and hare a sitting. You
will be pleased with our high
Your plctare will be entered In
the beauty contest Valuable
prizes to winners.
The Harvey Studio,
438 7th St. .V. W.
We give role In The Herald
of Indiana? MTendXrPuty: Sne w" "Mti ln M" Mrs.
and the Misses Proutv. of Iowa- nir I Continued an Page Two.
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FOR THE TABLE
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ive decorations for
luncheons and dinners.
May vc suggest something
distinctive for jour next din
J. H. Small & Sons
15th and H Streets
Keep a jar of
in the home and use
It freely for all
aches and pains. It
won't blister, hut it
will relieve. 25c at
the Drug Store.
Cartons worth 23 votes.
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Everything for father, mother, ana
3304 G. Av. CU 1334.
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