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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1915.
CONTINUED FROM TAOE ONE.
Coakley. daughter of Mr. and Sirs. R.
W Coakley. of Owens Va . became the
bride of Mr." Edward Carey Jones, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jones, of Bertha
ville. Va . the Ceremony being per
formed by Rev. A V Graves, of the
Baptist Church. The bnde. who was
becomingly attired in a handsome suit
or African brown chiffon broadcloth
with light beaver trimmings and hat
and gloves to match, carrying a shower
bouquet of bride's roses, was escorted
by her father, who gae her away in
marriage They were preceded to the
altar by her sister. Miss Ora Burnham !
Coakley, the maid of honor, gowned
In golden-rod Duchesse satin, with hat
and gloves to match, and carrying a
bouquet of pink and yellow roses.
Mrs. Coakley. morher of the bride,
wore a handsome gown of black char
meuse with point lace trimming. Mr.
Lewis Price, of 'Washington. D. C. was
best roan, and Mr W W Coaklev.
brother of the bride, and Mr D. L.
Ashton. both of King George County,
acted as ushers
The musical program consisted of
the wedding march by Mrs. R A.
Peed, of King George County, and a
duet by Mrs. Peed and Mrs W F.
Coakley. "A Story So Sweet and True "
As the wedding party entered the
church Mrs William F Oakley, sister-in-law
of the hride. sang "Because I
Love You. Dear" The color schemes
were red. green and golden, the chan
cel of the church being artistically
decorated with roses, evergreens, and
Immediately after the ceremony the
young couple left via Fredericksburg,
Va . for Washington. D. C . where the
bridegroom is engaged in business, and
after November 1. they will be at home
to their friends at 412 First street
Mrs. William Baynham Matthews an
nounces the marriage of her daughter.
Sue Matthews Graves, and Mr. Thomas
Grant on Saturday. October IS. at Bal
Mr and Mrs Grant will be at home at
1473 Irving street after December 1. Mr
Grant is secretarv of the Washington
Chamber of Commerce.
A marriage of interest to Washington
took place yesterday at Goshen. N T..
when Miss Florence Anna Thompson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wilmot P.
Tnompson. became the bride of Mr
Christopher Herman Pope, of this city
The ceremony took place at 1J 30 o'clock
2t St James' Church, and was followed
hv a reception at the home of the bride s
Miss Phoebe Adeline Thompson was
her sister's maid of honor, and Charles
A Pope attended his brother as best
man. The ushers were Mr William Mc
Cann and Mr H. Elmer Crall. of New
York- Mr Charles Fisher, of Baltimoie
and Mr. Edward H McCov. of Washing
ton. A charming feature of the neddui
party were the two small none- girls i-i
quaint old-fashioned costume.- Mis
Emily Murray, daughter of Mi. and Mis !
Ambrose Spencer Murrav. jr.. and .viis
Charlotte Stillman. daughter of Oscar B
Mr Pope is vice president of the Mun-s-ov
Trust Compam. in this citv Alter
a wedding trip he will bring hi- bride
Announcement was made yesterdav hv
Mr and Mrs Harry A Robinson of the
marriage of their daughter. Miss Jessie
Laurie Robinson, to William Wallace
Weeks, the ccremonv taking place in
Baltimore at 3 o'clock Thursday after
noon Immediatel afterward the voung
ouple left for a trip to Flonda hv
Mr and Mrs Weeks will be at home
rfftei December 1 in their apartments in
The home of Colonel and Mrs. Albert
n Judson was the scene of a pretty
wedding last evening, when their daugh
' i Ruth Barbour, became the bride of
Mr Robert Shipley Stunz. The ceremonv
was performed hv the Reverend John J
Vuir. D. D . of the Temple Baptist
hurch. under a bower of palms, ferns
ind white chrysanthemums, before the
immediate relatives of the younc couple.
The bride wore a gown of white taffeta
and georgette crepe Her short tulle veil
and court train were fastened with clus
ters of orange blossom, and she carried
a shower bour.uet of Brides roses and
lilies of the valley.
Miss Dorothv Gere Reddv. of New York
Citv. the maid of honor, wore pink taf
feta and carried pink rose bud- Mr.
Thomas Emmett Moore, of this citv,
acted as best man
A reception which was limited to the
MRS. D. JOHN WILLIAMS, formerly Miss Bessie Earle Buck, whose mar
riage was an event of last Wednesday.
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bridal partv and close relative? followed
the ceremonv the formal reception, for
which invitation'- had been issued hav
ing 1-efn anceled earlier in the week
because of the death of Mrs. Judson's
mother at Watertown. N Y
Mr and Jlr Stunz left late in the eve
ning for their wedding trip, the bride
wearing a black gabardine suit trimmed
with marline and a black velvet and gold
lace hat Thev will he at home after
December 1, at 3149 Mount Pleasant
Representative and Mrs. Ben Johnson
have announced the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Nancy Johnson, to Mr.
Roscoe Campbell Crawford, Lieutenant.
Corps of Engineers, L S. A.
Events of This Week
An Apartment Hotel
Without a Peer
2123 California St, near Connecticut
Ave. cars. In High-class resi
Furnished or unfurnished. 1, ;, s. 4
rooms and bath to 6 rooms and two
baths, housekeeping and nonhousekeep
lng Furnished suites by day. week, or
month, unfurnished apartments by
month or yearly lease.
I room and bath, per day. JI.so to S3,
per month, J 4". and $50.
: rooms and bath, per day, S3 to JS;
per month, $65 to J115.
3 rooms and bath, per day, J7.50 to
$10 50: per month JUS to $150.
1 room and bath, per month. SIS to
3 rooms and bath, per month. $32.00
3 rooms and bath, per month, house
keeping or nonhousekeeping. $0 to $65.
rooms and bath, per month, house
keeping or nonhousekeeping. $65 to $75.
6 rooms and two baths, per month,
.housekeeping or nonhousekeeping, $100
Army ao4 Xary Claw Glres.
Cafe. America aad Earopeaa Plan.
TELEPHONE NORTH MM.
Miss Jane Gregorv. daughter of the
v.ttornev General and Mrs Thomas Watt
Gicgorv. sponsor, and Miss Grace Over
man daughter of Senator and Mrs. Lee
Overman, maid of honor, are to be
hono-ed with a reception by the Sons of
J t. onfederate Veterans at the Cairo on
Tuesday evening. October 19-
The matron-s of honor are Mrs Thomas
Watt Gregory. Mrs Lee S. Overman.
Mrs E Marvin Inderwood. Mr Robert
Dowdv, Mrs Maud Howell Smith. Mrs
George Bennett Ashby. Mrs R E Thorn
ton Mrs P L Herndon. Mrs George S
Covington, and Mrs Claude A. Bennett.
Mrs Charles H Keel, division com
mander of the District of Columbia Sons
of Confederate Veterans, is chairman of
the floor committee, and Mr. P. P. Al
tizer. past "commander, is vice chairman.
The Sons of Confederate. Veterans will
also give a benefit dance at the Raleigh
on Wednesday evening, November 10.
Mrs Ellis Logan, regent of the John
Lindiav Chapter. D. A. R.. will give a
reception Wednesday. October 20. from 3
to i o'clock, at 1.53 Irving street north
west, in honor of the founder of the D.
A R. Mrs Mary S Lockwood. the State
officers, presidents of the Children of the
American Revolution and the John Lind
say Chapter A cordial invitation is ex
tended to local and visiting Daughters of
the American Revolution
The District of Columbia branch of the
National Congress of Mothers will hold
Its first meeting of the season in the
oak room of the Raleigh Hotel on Tues
day afternoon, October 19. at 2 o'clock.
Mrs Frederick Schoff. president of the
National Congress of Mothers, will be the
principal speaker She will be introduced
bv Supt of Public Schools Ernest L.
Thurston, who will also open the con
giess and outline the ways in which the
mothers can best co-operate with the
schools for the good of the child.
Mrs Schoff comes to this branch of
her big organization rich In experiences
from the manv lines of educational and
philanthropic work with which she is
identified. In addition to having been
at the head of this great body of women
for eight years. Mrs. Schoff is a writer
of authority on educational subjects, she
has been actively associated with many
notable child welfare projects, both of
her home city and of national scope, her
work in Philadelphia toward the reduc
tion of Infant mortality, being particular
ly productive of gratifying results. It will
also be remembered that Mrs. SchofTs
Inlterest in prisons and the social con
ditions conducive to crime resulted in the
little questionaire prepared by her and
sent to all of the prisons In the land
and from which was made the remark-
A NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL
to all knowing sufferers of rheumatism,
whether muscular or of the joints,
sciatic, lumbago, backache, pains In the
kidneys, or neuralgia pains, to write to
her for a home treatment which has re
peatedly cured all of these tortures. She
reels it her duty to send it to all suf
ferers FREE. You cure yourself at
home as thousands wlU testify no
change of climate being necessary. This
simple discovery banishes uric add from
the blood, loosens the stiffened joints,
purines the blood and brightens the eyes,
giving electricity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you. (or
-vi rs. al summers, box R. Koue Dame,
able report which has been translated
into several languages
At the close of the meeting i lecep
tion will be tendered Mrs Schoif. when
tea will be served
A cordial invitation is extended to ev
er one mteiested in child weltare work,
particular parents and educator
Mr and Mrs D J Desmond if San
Francisco, are amorg the vi.-nors to
Washington stopping at the New Wil
lard Mr and Mrs Desmond are well
known on the Pacific Coast and are in
the East on a tour of its principal cities
From Washington thev will eo to New
York, from there to Boston, and ihr.c
Both are natives of California Their
ancestors were among the hardv argo
nauts who crossed the great plains and
the snow-capped Rockies In the early
davs and settled on the Pacific slope
Mrs. Desmond is not yet out of her
twenties and U of the blonde tvpe of
beauty, with cxpret.-ive dark eves and
an animated countenance Pne is. of
course, a progressive in all the questions
of the day that confront the teminine
sex and is an ardent advocate of the
Montcssorl sjstem of education for chil
dren Mr. Desmond, besides being active in
the big business circles of the Pacific
Coast metropolis, is remembered for the
wonderful work he did at the time of
the San Francisco earthquake. He acted
as chief of the commisarv forces and
under his direction the multitudes of
people, made temporarily destitute b
that terrible catastrophe, were fed and
clothed until the work of rehabilitation
was begun and the citv in ruins was
resurrected from the ashes He is a
member of the famous Bohemian Club,
among others, and is inteiested in sev
eral large business enterprises
In Washington the Desmonds have
been entertained at several luncheons
and dinner parties by Mr and Mrs Gil-
Deri m. orosvenor. Mr and Mrs. Frank
lin Pierce Adams, and Mr. John Oliver
La Gorce, who was the recipient of their
nospiiauty during his recent visit to the
Among the arrivals at the Shorcham
are Dr. and Mrs. Charles McChord. of
Lebanon. Ky.. Mr and Mrs Robert
Breese. Mr. John Rnssflt pnn. m,.
Mrs. Hamilton Hadden. Mrs" William
Alexander. Mr P A. Morosoff. Mr. B
A. Bakhmateff and Mr. H. C. Lewis, all
of New York City. Mr. G. Wilenkin. of
London. England; Mrs P M. Powell of
.-sewport. K. I ; Jir. and Mrs. H. L.
Cheston. of Bethlehem. Pa . and Mr H
W. Bentley, of Newport. R I
Miss Margaret Wentworth has leased
her home at Cleveland and taken an
apartment at the Marlboroush. Her
niece. Miss Margaret Moorhou.-e. who
graduated from Welleslej College last
June, after a summer in the Catskills.
has returned to Washington to spend the
winter with her aunt.
Simplicity lent charm and beauty to the
marriage on the evening of October 14. at
Mt. Martin's Church, of Miss Mabel Mar
guerite Hellman. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Clement M. Hellman. to Mr. F.
Gwynn Gardiner. Only members of the
immediate families were present. Rev.
Fr. Maurice B Alexander officiated.
The bride wore a blue broadcloth trav
eling suit, trimmed in Hudson seal, with
blue velvet hat to match, and a corsage
bouquet of lilies of the valley.
The couple left Immediately after the
ceremony for a wedding tour. Including
Boston. New York and Philadelphia.
They w-ill be at home to their friends
after November 6 at 15S W street north
west. Mrs. O. L. Putnam. Mrs. Shaw and
Mrs. Tazzam. of New Orleans, who are
motoring through the Middle Atlantic
States, reached Washington yesterday
and registered at the New Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Outerbridge.
of New York, are stopping at the New
Happenings Among the
Mrs. Caparton. wifa of Realr Admiral
William B. Caperton. U. S. N and Miss
Marguerite Caperton. who have been
at the Muenchinger-Klng. at Newport,
since June, started yesterday (or New
London, where they will remain for
a. (aw djiya before xolaav.to JJawiork
to be at the Vanderbilt Hotel until
Mrs. I Mayer, of Baltimore, motored
to Washington last week, accompanied
by Mrs. J. Angel, of Baltimore, and Mrs.
M. Hertz and daughter, of Macon. Ga.
Miss Louise Einstein, of Harvard street,
has returned to her home In town after
some time spent in Philadelphia, the
guest of friends.
Mrs. George Friedlander. of this city,
left last week for New York, where she
will spend a short time, the guest of
her daughter. Mrs. H. Arons.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Strasburger have
returned to their home in Norfolk from
a short visit to relatives in the city.
The Washington. D. C. section. Council
of Jewish Women will celebrate its
twentieth anniversary by a compli
mentary tea and musical, to be given at
Rauscher's. Invitations will be sent out
later when the date of the entertain
ment is decided on.
Mr. David May and Mr. Irving May. of
Richmond, have returned to their home
in Richmond from a short visit in town,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lansburgh.
Miss Lillian Harris, of New York, is
spending some weeks in the city, the
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Phil King.
Mrs L. J Townsend closed her cot
tage at Newport yesterday, returning
Judge and Mrs Sidney Ballou have
returned from Warrenton, Va.
Miss Mildred Greble. who has been
with Capt and Mrs. Edward T. Don
nelly at Fort Myer. will start in a few
days for Upperville. Va.. where she
will be the guest of Miss Helen Bu
chanan. Mrs Buckner Randolph is a member
of a party entertained by Senator
Henry A. du Pont at Winterarthur.
his home in Delaware.
Mrs I Heipmgsield. of Shreveport. is
visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Charles
Picard. of Columbia road
A most delightful surprise theater
party and supper at the Shoreham was
tendered Mr and Mrs Leo Baum Mon
dav evening, in honor of their tenth
wedding anniversary Fifteen couples
attended, and dancing was enjoyed un
til a late hour.
Mrs Carl Auerbach. of Chicago, is
spending some time in Washington, the
guest of her daughter. Mrs. S. Minster.
Miss Birdie Sterner, of this city, is
spending a few weeks in New York, the
guest of Mrs. J. Kornlchcr.
Miss Lantz. of Chicago, will winter in
Washington, attending the Chevy Chase
Maj and Mrs William P Wooten
will have as their guests for a fort
night Mr Wooten's mother and sis
ter. Mis Sidney Clay and Miss Isa
belle Clay, who will arrive in Wash
Mis.- Dorothy Dennett, daughter of
Mr and Mrs Fred Dennett, returned
to Wa-hington jesterday from a visit
to New Jer-ey. where she has been
for the past four months Miss Den
nett met her daughter In Baltimore
and arranged for Ml-.- Dennett to
take a course in vocal and in-tru-mental
Mis- Dennett graduated from the
Holton Arms School la-t May and will
be one of the debutantes of the com
ing winter Miss Dennett's home in
Q street will be the center of many
-ocml affair- foi the voting people
this w inter.
Mr Herman Richard of Cincinnati.
-spent a few davs in town last week, the
guest of relatives
Mr and Mr' Ch ipmar. Raphael, of
Philadelphia, are the house guests of
Mrs Harn Hahn. of this city.
Mr F Gibson and little daughter
Elsie, of Savannah. Ga . who have been
the guests of Mr and Mrs S S Rich
ard, of Nineteenth street northwest, left
on Saturday for Baltimore to spend a
few weeks with relatives there.
The Sisterhood of Washington. D C .
will give a benefit vaudeville perform
ance Sunday evening. November 7. at the
Mrs Robert S McCormlck and Mrs
Joseph Leiter have returned to Wash
ington from Virginia Hot Springs
Mrs Benjamin F Pilson and her
daughters. Miss Marguerite and Miss
Olga Pilson. who spent the summer In
New Lngland. have arrived in Wash
ington and are staying at the Pow
hatan Hotel, pending the completion
of their plans for the winter.
Commander and Mrs E H Till
man, who have returned to town from
Newport, will present their second
daughter. Miss Margaretta Tillman, to
society in December
Mrs. A Ma$er and daughter. Miss
Gladvs Maver. leave tomorrow for a two
weeks' trip to Niagara and other points
of interest in the North. Miss Mayer
stopping on her return in Glen Ridge. N
J. where she will he the house guest
of Mrs Leo Loeb
Smmm No. 722
The Double Gypsy
Boot, either pat
ent colt or mat
Boat, with rich,
black cloth quar
ters, white silk
button holes and
small flat but
heels of leather
AA to D
2 to 8
mmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrSti -Dl sm
Patent Colt Cloth
Top Button Boot,
AA to D
2 to S
Patent colt -with
cloth top; also In
gun metal: new
AA to O
2 to g
On Every Hand-"
All over the United States
the bumper crops are being
gathered ready to feed the
world. The work of months,
unremitting, well directed, is
on their part, now reveal
much of their harvest 'of the
new, for which they sowed the
seed at home and in Europe
months ago. Ready first of all
to be admired, then to be gar
nered by this city's thousands
whose autumn needs are so
manifold and so urgent.
We believe that our new
stocks of Fall and Winter
Shoes for women and growing
Girls are the most adequate
we have ever shown satisfy
ing in their correct models,
their splendid worth, their
great diversity, their fair
To meet the demand for a
shoe that shall be the topnotch
of style and yet conservative,
has specialized in these High
Boots at $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00,
which will compare favorably
with those shown at Four,
Five and Six Dollars else
where. Bronze patent colt and
all the new shades in kid.
314 7th Street N. W at D St.
Mr. Howard Ehrlich. who has been
the guest of his parents. Mr and Mrs. S
Ehrlich. of this city, returned last week
to his home in Chicago.
Mr. George Strasburger left last week
for New York to spend a short time
there before returning to his home in
Dr and Mrs Henry" Barton Jacobs
are expected to return to Baltimore
tomorrow after having spent the gay
season at Whiteholme. their charming
villa at Newport. They will spend the
autumn at Uplands, their estate near
Catonsville, before occupying their
town house on Mount Vernon Place
for the winter months.
Since leaving Newport, about a
fortnight ago, they have been visiting
on the North Shore, and also stopped
in New York en route home.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Goldsmith and son.
and Mr. and Mrs. Greenabaum have re
turned to their home In Baltimore after
a short visit in town, the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. Felheimer.
Miss Carrie Oppenheimer, of Belmont
street, returned last week to her home
in the city, after a visit to Philadelphia
and Bryn Mawr. where she visited her
sister. Miss Celia Oppenheimer, who Is
Miss T.ouise Clark bft ratitp... ,a
Washington and joined her parents.
vapi. anu .us. ucorge it. uiark, at
the Westmoreland. Miss Clark spent
th, summer at NewDort. hut wa ,r
Chicago the past month, where she
.- .,.. 'w- ., .
was vac ucot. v. r. sua jirs. ri. ir.
Mrs. John Temple Graves and her
family, who spent the summer months
in the Adirondacks. joined Mr. Grarw
at their home in this city the first of
Mr. Emanuel Haas, of Richmond. Va..
is spending several weeks in Washing
ton, the guest of his mother, Mrs. T.
Mrs. J. Sprlgr Poole and her dn-h-
ters. Miss Martha Poole and Mi
Kitty Poole, will close their summer
home near RocJcvlUe next week ad
open their residence in R street for
One of the most interesting addi
tions to the list of debutantes is Miss
Kathenne Burdette. daughter of Mrs
S C N'eale Mrs Neale will present
her daughter at a tea on December
Mr and Mrs Neale and Mi-s Bur
dette have recently returned to their
home in Sixteenth treet from Vent
nor. N J. where they had a cottage
for the summer
Mr Sam Solomon, of Rochester. X Y .
spent a few days in Washington during
the week, the guest of Mr and Mrs D J
Kaufman, of MacComb street northwest
Mr ard Mrs Eugene Helper have re
turned to their home in Chester. Pa
after a three weeks' visit with friends
Miss Francisc Williams and Miss
Eleanora Morgan left Washington
Tuedav for the Virginia Hot Springs,
where they are with Miss Williams'
mother. Mrs John R Williams.
Rear Admiral and Mrs Seaton
Schroeder and Miss Schroeder will
close their residence in Jamestown
Wednesday, and return to this city for
Mr and Mrs Edmund M Talcott have
announced the engagement of their
daughter. Dorothy Lawrence, to Mr.
Hugh Gaylord Barclay, of Mobile. Ala.
The wedding will take place in December.
Miss Talcott is quite popular in the
younger set of Georgetown society.
Mr. and Mrs Ira A. Harmon and fam
ily have returned to their home 3119 R
street after a three-months' stay at their
summer camp. Restmore. on the upper
Mr. Campbell Williams, has gone to
Sparrows Point. Md . to resme. nr. ana
Mrs. C P. Williams have visiting them
their granddaughter. Miss Juliette Bowie,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Booth Bowie,
of Bowie, Md.
Mr. and Mrs Theodore Gill have given
up their apartment in Hammond Court
and are temporarily wun Airs. 0111 s
father. A K. Parris. Mr ana .virs. uui
will take possession of 3125 P street about
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitch, of Idaho,
have come to Washington to remain in
definitely and will spend the winter with
Mrs. Fitch's brother-in-law and sister.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Manning. Mr. and
Mrs. Fitch are well known here.
Mrs. Carl Shoemaker and son. who
have been in Galthersburg since the early
summer have returned to their home
Miss Slary LIppett of Porto Rico, who
has been visiting her Dromer-in-iaw ana
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Yates, In Charles
town, W. Va.. Is now the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Bowdoin Cralghlll.
Miss Daisy Clark is' visiting Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Dodge at Haymarket. Va.
xtrc i H. Brown left on Wednesday
for Philadelphia, where she will be the
guest of her sister. Mfs. Webb, and will
visit relatives in New York before re
tr T A. Weaver has announced the
marriage of her daughter. Pearlie. and
jjr H. L. Wells. The ceremony took
place on Saturday. September IS. Rev.
J W. Duffey officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Wells spent the past week with the
bride's mother, at 1604 Thirty-fourth
an af.rths. Williams has returned
to her apartment in the Kanawha after
several months spent on the West
mi., -u.rv Garland and Miss Ger
trude Thompson attended the first hop
of the season last evening at Annapo
lis Mrs. Edward Parker, who has been
visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs.
Henry Matthews, has returned to Fort
Dr. and Mrs. Louis Mackall and
family are back in town from their
country home at Langley. Va.
Miss Georglanna Davis has returned
from a three months' visit to Bath.
Me . and New York.
Mr C. A R Wilkinson, organist of
St Johns Church, has gone to Balti
more, where he has accepted a posl
tion at Mount Calvary Church.
Mrs Green, who has been visiting her
parents. Mr. and Mrs Grady, returned
on Thursday to her home in Duluth
Miss Lillian Garrett, of Dent place,
entertained the Willow Spring Social
Club on Tuesday evening Vocal and
instrumental music and dancing were
enjoved until a late hour, when supper
was served. Among those present were
Mrs Martin. Mrs. Hager. and Mrs. Cle
ments, the Misses A. M. and C. Lowe.
E. Reeder. A and L. Smith. M. Selgel.
C Haas. C. and E. Sullivan. E. Cusick.
P. Smith, and M Callahan, and Messrs
G. Barkham. C. Dodge, C Browning. H.
Johnson. O Lowe. R. Kelley. M. Mas
tin, and H. and Colbert Smith.
Mr. and Mrs Armistead Peter returned
Saturday from New York. Mr. Armi-
i stead Peter. Jr.. has left for Princeton
Miss Worseley has returned from a
visit to Leesburg. Va.
Mrs. Virginia Woodward has returned
from Fisher's Island, where she spent
Mr. and Mrs Bertram Post and fam
ily are spending the winter with Mr.
Post's mother. Mrs. Sallie Post.
Miss Alv-arda. Casselman has returned
from a trip to Toronto. Canada.
Mrs. S. R Belt Is home from a visit
m Southern Maryland.
Miss Mary C Knowles is also back
from a visit to relatives in Southern
Miss Elizabeth Reeside returned on
Thursday from a visit to relatives In
Miss Emily Graves and her mother are
out of town for a month.
Mr. arid Mrs. O F. Vincen are guests
of their son-in-law and daughter. Rev.
and Mrs Bell, at La Plata. Md.
Mr. James Orme. of New York, is visit
ing his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W B.
Miss Mary Murry Lockwood returned
on Thursday from Germantown. Pa.
Mrs. Morris Frey is visiting relatives
in Martinsburg. W. Va.
Miss Rebecca Wellington is spending
the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Doyle and chil
dren, who have been spending several
weeks with Mr Doyle's parents, have
returned to their home In New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peter are enter
taining Mrs. A R. Stuart.
Mrs. Thomas I. Davis is visiting in
Rev. W A. Mitchell and the Misses
Mitchell returned the past week after
spending the summer in Maryland.
Mrs. S. W. Rlttenhouse. of Philadel
phia, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Miss Eloise Orme will be hostess at a
linen shower on Wednesday in compli-j
ment to Miss Dorothy Talcott. i
TODAY'S BEAUTY AIDS
Mrs. D. G. Davis will entertain at
bridge on Thursday in compliment to
Mrs. Chadwlck, her house guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Klein have an-,
nounced the ngaant of their daugh-
We are originators, not imitators.
in making over old velvet hats. The
Wise Customer will
not buy a velvet hat
until she sees our
line of winter shapes
first. We are expert
renovators of al
kinds of ladles' hats,
such as Velvet.
Plush. Velour. Beav
er, and Felt Hata.
remodeled Into any stvle desired,
and new Velvet Hats, of all colors,
made to order at factory prices.
Ladles, learn to make your own hats
on our frames. We carry the largest
selection of ladles' hat frames. Hats
mads while you wait.
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Pkea Xala Ml I
ter. Lillian Dorothea, to Mr. James Will
iam Mannion. of Richmond. Va The
wedding will take place at the home of
the bride's parents on the evening of No
Mrs HftrarA C fhanrfla. vhA ha. h n ' I
spending the summer at Charlevoix.
Mich., has returned to her home.
Maj. and Mrs. George Burke enter
tained at their home the past week. V
Mr and Mrs. Le Baron Adams, of
El Paso. Tex., who have been the house
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chesley.
left on Tuesday for their home
MisS Ethel Prlfeter. of California, ar
rived on Tuesday for a visit to Mrs.
C. E. Galliher.
Mr and Mrs R. D Quinter are en
tertaining Mr Vernon E West.
Mr. Wady Imirie was host at his
home the past week, when his guests
Mrs M D LeMont, of New York,
who has been the ho'ise guest of Mrs.
H C Chandler, has left for her home. )
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CONTINUED OX FArtE THREE.
To clear up and whiten the skin
and secure that charm of pink and
white youthful freshness so much
desired by all women you will find I
it far safer to rely upon a good face
lotion rather than powder. To get
rid of that shiny and muddy appear
ance in your complexion, dissolve
four ounces of spurmax in one-half
pint hot water, and add two teaspoon
fuls glycerin. Apply this to your
face, neck and arms, rubbing gently
Until drv. This lotion rfnes not show
or rub off like powder and is much 1
better. It is splendid for removing
tan. freckles, pimples and sallow ness
You can make a delightful sham
poo for a very trifling cost if you
get from your druggist a package of
canthrox and dissolve a teaspoonful
in a cup of hot water. Pour a little
at a time on the scalp and rub brisk
ly. This creates an abundance of
thick, white lather that thoroughly
dissolves and removes all dandruff.
excess oil and dirt. After rinsing,
the hair dries quickly, with a fluffi
ness that makes it seem heavier than
it is, and takes on a rich luster and
a softness that makes arranging it
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