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Campaign Informalities Invading' '4
Society Functions As Election Nearis
Dinner Parties and
Luncheons Take Many
to Chevy Chase Club.
The spirit of Informality Is proull
Ing In society theso das, pilnclpully
on Recount of the excitement unil bub
ense attemlunt upon the dosing
days of the political campilgn.
Vy the death of the Vice President,
tlio social side of tlio campaign has
been uffected and fentUltleH arranged
for tli.last few da 8 have been aban
doned. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Letter enter
tained n party of ten Informally at
luncheon today at thelr-country place
on the I'allsade of tile l'otomac and
several other Informal luncheons weio
Klvon at tho Chevy Chase Club todae,
chiefly by thrso who went out this
morning for golf. Mrs. Hinckley and
Miss Oladjs Hinckley were amonn
those lunching there.
Last eycnlne the dinner parties at
the club wcro more numerous than In
several months and most of the quests
remained for tho dancing which fol
lowed. A large Dfltch Treat dinner wis
Attended by Commissioner und Mrs.
Johnston, Commissioner and Mrs. Juu
son. Dr. and Mrs. Claytor, Mr. and Mrs.
William Barret IUdgely, Mr. and Mr
Alexander llrltton, Jtr. and Mrs
Thomas J. D. fuller, Mrs. Warner Hay
ley, Handall Ilagncr, and (leorge 1".
Schacffer, recently of Costii Itlca,
Others dining were Dr. urn) Mrs John
Craykc Simpson, Mr. and Mrs Clarke
Wtiggaman. Mr. and Mrs. 1'rank I'oe,
Mr. and Mrs. ltcoo Lewis, Miss Hemp
hill, and the Misses Donning. ,
The Commandunt of the Narragansett
Naval Station, with Mrs Cmri,,,, n.,.i
their daughter. Miss Murguirlle Caper
Ion. Mho was one of thu Washington
debutantes of lust season, Hire among
the guests at tho dlnnei which Mi and
Mis Marsden J Perry gao nt Hle.l,
house, Newport, II. I, ia8t evening In
celebration of the anniversary of '.Mr.
l'em's birthday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Sturgls Laurence, of
Kiw York city, are receiving congratu
lations upon the birth of a son luot
Monday. Mrs Luicnco was formerly
Miss Helen Leefe, of Washington.
.Mrs Albert kci has comluded her
visit to her sister, Mrs. Leonard Wood,
lfo of tho Chief of Staff of the Arm,
and Joined Captain Key at theh hnmn
n ar Nashville, Tenn. Captain Ke, ho
smed as naval aid to Colonel Itoosc
velt In the closing lears of his Admin.
iMratlon, has rctirid fiom the senlce.
John H. M1I..1111 has opened hit resi
dent 1K0 1 street after passing tho
autumn at Filendshlp, his sulnuban
Mr. and Mrs Edward Heale McLean
io established for the w Intel at their
home In Massachusetts avenue.
Miss Lucy Ounn Ulrnle, daughter of
the Acting Chief of Oidnuncc at Wash
ington and .Mrs Itogeis lllinlc. njs
married at noon .istiidu to llcinj
Vincent Morgan. In Clraie Church
huntry, Npw York cltj, the !lc. Di.
tlattery, lector of Ciraco Church, of
ficiating, in the pi 1 sence of a small
Mithcrlng of relatives and friends
Autumn leaves and quantities of whllo
ctirsanthcmums adorned tho church
Tim bride, who was escorted unit
Riven In marriage by hei fathei, Col
liogera Dlrnlc, L. a A . was un.it
tmded She woic her traveling suit
r blue ehamoW cloth, and a hal of
ihe same shade tilmmed with Trench
l'lutms In shades of blue.
I-ouls Graves was best man foi Mr.
'I huro was no rcciptlon. but a break
fast for the wedding, part and the
numbers of the immediate families foi
lowid nt Shenv's
Colonel nirnle, who has been sta
tioned at Governor's Island, has 10
centli been appointed to succeed Hrig
adler Gcneinl Croiler as Chief of Ord
nince at Washington, and the official
(antlrmatlon will be made shortly.
I 'lion their leturn from their wed
ding trip. Mi. and Mis llorgan will
be at home after December 1 In Clleii
The American ambassador to Japan,
Col Charles I'age Urvan, has arrlveil
in New York un a sixty das' leave of
absence, after having been abroad foui
Miss Marguerite Caperton. daughter
.,.., ,..,,.,, ui inn .Mirrugansen
naval stutlon, und Mrs William D.
Cuperton will make a series of visits
In Philadelphia und Washington this
i i V tint mnm n,l -. si... V.. . . .
The engagement hus been announced
of Miss Viola Tuwniind. eklist eluugli
tei of Mr und Mrs J Allen Townscnd. '
of New York city, tu Itobert Oiiinpbcll
Inmlll, of Warrenton, Vn , und Nt w
York Miss Tonntend Is a grund
daughtcr of tho late Itlchard 11 L
Mr Wlnmlll is the sun uf the luti M
but Wlnmlll, of llsnex counts. Imghinil
Ills mother was thu great-granddaughter
of Sir Abiaham bpotswood, the hist
Colonial governor of Vliglnla ami u
descendant of Itobert Bruce.
The dulo has not been set for tho
Congressman David i: 'i'lnley of
South faiullna, and Mrs Piiflej. with
their daughter, Mlts Prune, h I Inlej.
who have been spending the uutumii
at their home In South Curollna, urc
now lu Columblu, 8 C.
Mrs James Lowndes has taken an
apaitmcnt In New York foi the winter
and will hae Washington shortly to
Miss Janet Ulchards will t,ve her
first Current Events talk at Hauscher's
Miss Pauline Cohen bus returned to
her home In Washington after spend
ing several weeks In Ilultlmoie
Miss I Milan Iltiinsteln, who has been
spending some time In . York, hus
it turned to hei home In Thirteenth
Miss Ionle llnchlnger. of M street,
lins as lur ei'est her oous n, Miss Carrlo
Biihh, of liultlmore
Mis M llermHii and dniiKhtn MIsh
1 urratiic Ilerumn. are sp. tiding som"
Hint hi Phllndelphlu
Mr. ami Mrs hniml Ilntlit , tu
H ending tht milt ml at Old l'uhK
Culilfoi t, a
MISS MARGARET DRAPER.
Plan Costume Ball
. For the Holidays
Althnufh Mrs. Wlllam F. Draper and
her daughter. Miss Margaret Draper,
Intend to spend most of tho winter
abroad, Ihu III give their usual Christ
inas tost nine ball on, tho evening of Dc
eember .1! In the spacious ballroom ot 1
their K ntuet residence. Mrs. Draper's
Christmas paitlrs have ben a feature of
the holiday season for many years, and
are alas looked forward to by the
jounger sot with pleasant anticipation.
Aftei the 1st of January Mrs. Draper
and Miss Draper will close their houso
and go to Ugpt for the icmalnder of
Th. Ucv V. Waid
Den a "111 k ut
home Thursday aft-
en noons aftci December until Lent at
their residence In I street. An Intci
eMIng feature of their at-homes will
be a mui-lcul program from 4 to
3 30 nhqn Ihf selections wilt be from
tlio vreut i omposcrs.
(tueutloii so Impoitant to New
York siHlct) where society will sit at
the ni'tiii this s. jHOn Is ulso of Interest
Hi WushlnMon, and nun that thu list i
of buxbotch rn has bom made public
lioni the office of the Metropolitan Op-I
era Compaiir, the iU-stlon Is si tiled, j
llox 7. owned bj the late Colonel John1
J.lpnli AmIhi nnu Blum). Ii, k. .........
of his son. llll tin Vincent Astor.
.Mrs. William Vanderbllt will letnlu
box 31, which she share with three of
her frl. nds J Plerponl Morgun has
letaliied his hox In the eentci of tlio
borb'shoe, bo J,. William l Vundi r
lllt woll iibiiIii ho'd b'ix f mill Claioiuo
,Mncl,a will again have ,",l In the (.rand
tlei for Mondays Mrs. William K.
Vnnderblll, jr . has taken box II foi the
op'iilng pel foi malice.
Mrs Ot,den Oocjct has box 1 of the
parterre boxes, George Pyabody M'et-
moie hus box 5 for oppning night and
Kilsoii Llr.idle has the same box even
Moudavs .Mrt Wlllard CI, Straight has
box l'rlilis pud Mrs. Hamilton Klsh
has the sainn box for even matinees.
I'eii) Delmont has box 11 oft Mondays
and ee;i Wtdnesdajf. Box 17 has been
taken l Mis. William D. Sloane und
Mrs 'II McK. Twombly alternately.
llenrj C. VTlck has taken box It. Bi
bridge T. Uurry hus taken box tl Mon
dajs and matlrjees Box 1 has been tuk
in b August, Uolmotit, Daniel 1g
ienhelmer und S 11. Guggenhelmer
Wdii(sdajs Klbrrt II. Gary has tak
en box s for the opening night Henry
Clews nnd Oeore J. Gould have taken
box i: dllcroatclr. Ogdtn Mills and
Mrs. Whltolaw Hold hao taken box '."O.
Mrs MuuiJce D O Connell has re
lumed to Washington after spending
the summer III the West und Is liow at
hei apartment In thu Woodley. After
election she will bo joined by Judge
Mi. ind Mrs Wlllluin II Dreen un-
i nnunce tlio murlagi of tbllr daughter,
I Miss Anna Mnigucrltv nreen, to Baniu-
el l Turh Tlio wedding took plaen
Wednesday morning In ht P.tul's C.ilh-
I ollc Church, Monslg.ioi Jumes I". Muck-
i ... ... .....
Mrs Mary nruu Dowllng Plujed iho
The bride was attended hj her ti
tel, Miss Majine Ilrmn, and Vln-elit
Smith was lnnt man for Mr Turley
Cpnii theh itluin fiom a tilp to Pulm
lleuch. Ht Augustine, and Atlanta, Mr
mid Mrs Turin will be at homo afte'.'
December 1 at rit Larllpgtou
Mrs John Murtin and her daughter,
Mis He'lt T Mui tin of Ontntun Kj ,
ii' e spending soim. time In Wushtngton
elsltlnr he rsou, John Murtin, nt Hip
OOO Ninth Street Northwest
Cor. nth and Eye 8ts. N . TV.
Open Until B P. M.
YOU EARN BY THE WEEK
PAY US BY TBE WEEK
FALL and WINTER CLOTHES
J Complete Stock to select from.
5 I s-ll for l0T.tr 111. in many of the
h rai itpres ac) ou have the satis.
1 taction of wealing the clothes while
psvit fll Utm,
0 i ii inw is e bss as
THE WASHINGTON TIME.STJNPAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912-
,i ' .1 i i, wnn.ii wh-
Edson ' Bradleys Leave
. Washington for S(x
Weeks in New York
Mr. und Mrs, todsor. Bradley, who
have ben In Wiih'ngtnn for the lost
few d overseeing Improvements to
their house, loft Washington today for
New York. They 'expect to he at their
apartment there In the Pluza until
early In December, when thev will open
their WkiBhlngt,on residence for the
Mrs. Wprthrrsponn, wife of Iirlg. qeii.
W. W. Wothcrsnoon. V. B. A., is
spending u short tlmo In Annapolis,,
Miss Istjiarlnn jlrlHon, daughter of
Mr. 'and Mrs Alexander ntltton. Is tho
giiest for a few ijafs of Miss Katherlne
Blklns at the Klklns place In West Vlr.
Clnla. . 7
Miss Dorothy Wlllms Is spending a
fewj'daya with her brother-in-law and
sister, Mr- and Mrs. Joseph Letter, at
their country place In Virginia.
George V. Schaeffer, who spent the
last year in Costa Rica, arrived In
Washington and 1m the guest of his
brother-in-law and "Inter. Mr. and Mrs,
Thomas J. p. Fuller, at their resi
dence In Ashmead place for six weeks.
Upon the expiration of his vacation, Mr.
ucnaeixcr win go 10 uoin
go to Bolivia for an In-
Buttons . .' .
Mil "" J
' IW III
U !' M"
DANCE, 'CHICKEN FLIP'
Boton Society Girl, Inspired fcy
Harvard's Victory,, Shows Van-
rjerbjlt New Step.
nOSTON, Mass, Noy. 3. inspired b'
Harvard's victory over Princeton yes
terday, Mls Klfanora Sears Invented
a new dance and demonstrated It at the
Copte.ilaxa llotU, with neglnald
Vauelribllt as partner Ihe new dance
Is called tho "chicken flip."
When ten couples of oung society
folk drove up to the hotel utter the
game to (fast tho praises of the Crim
son eleven, they found the "ultl
tbropgrd, and jiot caring particularly
about the cost qf' thing's, but desiring
some Pe together, they procurtd tho
ball room. After supper, some one sug-
tcj ,Uvat they. have a dance.
.,Mls Hears, 'Vj)?sV grace and agility
things. She glided overltho floor, guld
Itfg j-oung Mf..VahiJerbllt through thtf
mates oftfre,,nfw dance, bewlldbrtng
the dlilookcrs arid finishing up with a
swish ot skirts, amid b. storm of ap
plause. "What Is the name of that?" came in
f "The ehleken flip." replied Miss Sears.
"Where In the'worla' did you get It?"
"Oh. I made It up myself," was her
Driver and Cash Gone.
A general lookout has been sent out
by the police far William E. Collins,
a driver for tle. Whlt.e ,Cros Milk Com
pany, whs. It Is alleged, made collec
tions amoAjpUh'g ton yesterda), and
then dlimprMired, leaving his wagon
Collins ls''aboiittwely-five year old
and yes at n JI street northwest.
Priced according lo size of Diamond
$5.00 to $35.00
Solid Gold Bracelets.
$5.00 to S25
MRS. PALMER DECRIES
FASHIONS OF PRESENT
Wbll-Known Social Leader Here
Declares Styles Are Now
Mrs. poller Palmei, the famous Chi
cago society leader, well known In
Iho National Capital, when, she has
Ifen n frciiocnr visitor since thu days
when ho giadtiated fiom (leorgvtown
ifnient, iiachfd Chlpugo today from
Km ope, und gave nn Interview du
iiounclng presuit slj (es In women's
dress. Mis Palmer called the recent
modes "nutliindlsti and Immodest."
I hope," said Mrs. Palmer, "that
In a short time
will Ihi ljullt op better lines, and not
nccoidlng to im-vailing styles I hope
women wjll bci,onie more sensible- In
tbelr Jilcas of dirss and that they
gradually will Isarn to.payless atten
tion to iliti inodvit of th nilnute. and
moie to thi cut pT gowns lliat will best
suit tnn lnulldutillty,ut each woman.
That ihangu Is coming. I think. The
dv of the piesent extreme stylo, tu
nv nothing of the Immodest style,
will soon he ended."
Mrs Palmer mndo tie annual denial
xacted of her that her lako front
"castle Is to be tfdld. She also de
nied vigorously that she has bocome
a follower of ansh.
Fight Over Woman
May Mean Death
SHKLVYVILLK. Ind . Nov. 3 -Harvey
phappelow, nineteen years old. wlvo
came here three months ag6 from Fort
vllle. Ind, to aocept a position with an
undertaking Arm, la iljlng toda as the.
result of an assault wt ha ht-avy club
by Thomas Uogan,lthlrty-r)vc years old,
whp Is held in Jail awaiting the out
como of Chappelow's Injuries. They
quarreled about a woman.
Jewelry House in Washington
liberal credit privileges at cash prices.
Let'i put it in few words.
You've often read our credit offer.
You'd ljke to come here and have goods
charged, but you think we'd refuse you
that privilege because we don't happen to
We'll trust YOU
If you want to buy a watcli a dia
mond or anything from our complete
stock of jewelry or silverware come to
No matter whether we know jou 'or
not, you're welcome to the same accom
modation that we grant our regular pa
trons. Have your purchases charged; and if
you wisli it, we'll arrange for payments
as small as
You buy at our regular prices not a
penny is added for the credit privilege.
Come in and let us show you.
CHURCH IN NEW YORK
Leaves Tonight for " .Cincinnati,
Where He Will Vote Before
NEW YOUK, Nov. 3 -After a restful
night President Taft attended the ser
vice at the Church of the Mesilah this
morning and later returned to tho Mull
Hhortlv after 1 o'clock he had luneh
on with Mr. and Mrs. Charles D.
Hllles, Major llhoads, and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry W Taft.
He talked over the political situation
but would make no public announce
ment beyond the, statement given out
last night. At 8 o'clock he will taks 11
train for Cincinnati uy way or iiunaio.
After voting In the Ohio city on Tues
day he will go to Washington.
For Episcopal Home
Members of the board of ludy man
agers of the Episcopal Home for Chil
dren have completed WMI ir their
i.nnnni luncheon for4 the benefit of the
home and announce that Mt will be
snrved In the Old 'Masonic Temple,
from 11:50 to 2 o'clock 'on Wednesday
and Thursday, November 1J and 14.
Because of the great success of tho
undertaking last year when more than
a thousand persons were served on
each of the two days, the board has
arranged for a larger attendance this
year, In the expectation or making the
191.' luncheon the most successful In
the history of the home.
The Kptscopal home Is situated In
Anucoslla and Is caring for more than
llfly children. Its board of lady man
agers Is composed of members of the
various Kptscopal churches of tho city.
Solid Gold Tie
A great variety in
plain and fancy designs.
Many other styles
at any price "you
wish to pay.
or gentleman .
Oregon Society Plans
Winter plans for entertainments weru
discussed by the Society of the Oregon
Country at n .meeting hclil last night
at the apartments of W. I Borland In
the Now Uerne. A spelling bee, a
ladles' meeting, a gentleman's meeting,
and a banquet will comprise the princi
pal entertainments for the winter.
Jf V. llohlnson, "Ice president of lb
society. Mis. Sue rite Hamsoy nnd
Miss Mlgnon Ollvci compose it commit
tee named to set dates for these enter
tainments and maku arrangeemnts for
Quality at the Right Price
Estimate Suits $2V5,P
Tailoring Suits $12.00
Tailoring Dresses a Specialty
I pay a low rent, and glvo ou
tho benefit of this saving. In stat
ing a special price. Kit and Work
manship guaranteed. a
Fashionable Ladies' Tailor
713 D Street N. E.
Solid Gold Case
ment Elgin or