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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1012.
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Miss Alice Wright To
Become Bride Nov. 27
Mrs. Minnie Maddern Fiske Makes
Contract to Pose for Motion Pictures
For The Times' Children
Just Before It's Bedtime
-Thoto by Harrls.Kwlnir.
MISS LANETTE HINE SMITH.
Miss Lnnetto Illne Smith, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando II. Smith,
Will bo presented '.n society at nn ovon
lng reception, nt Ilnuscher's, Saturday,
Col. and Mrs. Bnbcrt M Thompson,
who are -now In New York, having com
pleted their annual visit to the Virginia
lint Springs, entertained a mi. ill com
pany at dinner last night at thu St.
Itcgis. They will return in Washington
Tuesday to remain until after Thanks
giving. Immediately ufter that holiday
they v.111 go to Palm Bench, and xv 1 1 1
spend the greater part of the winter
cruising In Southern waters on their
house boat, the Hvcrglndcs, -which Is
now undergoing extensive alterations.
Waldorf Astor, who has been
visiting her father, Chlswcll I. Lang
liornc, at Greenwood. Vn sailed from
New York today for lnglnnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. Astor will entertain a
large houso party of Americans at
Cliveden, their estate near London, over
tho Christmas holidays.
and MrM. George H, Snowden arc
receiving congratulations on the birth
of a son, Sunday, In Sen York, ut tho
home of Mrs. Snowdcn'H parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Henry W. Tuft, tho former
o brother of tho President. Mrs. Snow
den Is well remembered In Washington
as Miss Ijoulsc Tuft, having mado fre
quent lslts to the Whlto House beforo
and since her marriage.
Senator Henry 1". Llppltt has closed
his summer homo at Cumberland Hill,
It. I., and Is now at his town hirise, In
Prov idence, until Congress com cms. In
December. Miss I.lppitt mil come to
Washington with hir father.
The Secretary of Slate nnd Mrs. Knox
ore again lecuvlng congratulations mi
the birth of H grandchild. This second
addition to their fnmll) in the Inst
month Ib the ton of Mi. and Mrs. James
Tlndcl, the latter formerly Miss Itc
bckah Knox, whoso inarilagc took place
eight years ago.
Mib. Marshall Kleld has opened her
house, on Hlxleinlh street, formerly oc
cupied bv the Secietury of the Treasury
nnd Mis. MacVeagh, nnd which she
has leased for a term of six years,
Senator and Mis. Simon Guggenheim
Btilvod In N w York isterday fiom
Uurope on the Kmnprlni Wllhclm.
Miss Helen Heudrlek and he'r cousin,
M1s I. Ill I'ndetwood Mnufoiil, expict
to ball from N York the lust of this
month or e.iilj In December to spend
six mouths In Kutope.
Mlfc Ruth Parker, daughter nt Mr.
and Mrs. Mrun M Pinker, will enter
tuln a small part Informal!) at a dunce
this cenlng at the Chevy Chase Club.
Among her guests will bu Mlsi Gladys
Perln. Miss Hose Wood, nnd Phillip
.jiarnson, ni iiauunnie, wno will ar
rive In Washington this afternoon.
Miss Frances Hfdnger has pent out
enrds for a dunce on tho evening of
November 25, nt Itanscher's for her
house-guest. Miss i:ile Hale, of St.
Quite a party of Washington people
journeyed down to Annapolis tnd.iv for
a Inrge tea given by Mis Itowne c.
Bulmer, wife of Ui utenuut Commander
Ilulmer, U, 8. N now slutioiied at the
Itecclvlng with Mrs. Itulmer will be
her sister, Mrs. 'Marlon P Main, wife
of Brigadier General Mans, L'. S. A ,
of Vancouver, Miss Is.ilicll.t Hngner,
Mrs. George F. Neal, vvifi of Lieutenant
Nenl, I'. S. N., nnd Mrs Jnmes Parkor,
wife of Knslgn P.uker, V. S X.
Mrs John Srhoiilei, wife of Hear
Admiral Sehoulei, I'. S. N. Ml". fifotge
ligan, wife of Captulu Uiriiii. r S N,,
Mrs Harris I.unlng, wife of Lieutenant
Commander Lulling, and Mis Kenuith
Cnstlemun. wife or l.leiitenniit Castle
man, tT S N , will preside In the din
ing room Tho table will be crfotlvelv
adorned for the occasion with pink
1 Mrs. Simpson, wife of the I'nlted
States naval attache ut London. MIhs
Marlon Oliver and Majoi Lun-lter. V
8 A , will go down to Annapolis to
morrow to spend the week-end wllh the
superintendent nf the Naval Academy
and Mis John II (Millions.
Mlsi L'dlth Grneie will cntetialn n
small part) Informally at tea Sundiv
afternoon at f o'clock On Monday
Mls Oracle will leave Washington for
New York, wheie she will visit her
mint, Mrs Dutton Uallver, for several
Miss Mildred ream has as her house
guest Mis, Reginald Ducat, of New
Mr. Justlco nnd Mrs. Wright have
cards out for the wedding reception or
their daughter. Miss Allco Union
Wright, nnd Hubert Vcdder Fleming on
Iho evening of Wednesday, November
S7, at 0 o'clook, at E32 Sixteenth street.
Tho ceremony will take place at 8
o'clock, In the presence of only a small
family gathering. Plans for a church
wedding worn abandoned because of tho
recent death of Judga Wright's father.
Mrs. Durant Church, of New York,
and Mrs. Harry A. Kite, sisters of tho
bride, will bo her only attendants, and
aeorge Vass will act as best limn for
The Ilev. J.
Hcnnlng Nelms, of the
will solomnlio the core-
Tho mnjrlago of Miss Laura Virginia
Speer, daughter of Mrs. A. nilubcth
Speer, to Hvihert Austin Davis took
place lust evening In tho Westminster
Memorial Church, tho Hov. Dr. II. F.
Illttlnger and the Itev. T. E. Davis of
delating In tho presence of a large
gathering of relatives und friends.
Mrs. Frank Hyram, organist of tho
church, plnycd tho wedding music nnd
the decorations of the church were
palm, onk leaves, nnd whlto chrysan
themums, Tho bride woro n- beautiful gown of
Ivory' charmcuso embroidered In pearls
with touches of Bllvcr lace. Her t'lllo
ell was arranged with a bandeau of
pearls, nnd she carried a shower bou
quet of Ilrlde roses and lilies of the
Miss Doris C, Speer, who wns her sis
ter's only attendant, wore pink char
mcuso with n crystal drapery, nnd car
ried an armful of chrysanthemum to
match her gown.
Kdwnrd H. Keennn. cousin of tho
bridegroom, was the best man, nnd the
ushers were William W. Lelshear,
Lewis A. Pinner, Cnrroll J. Davis, nnd
A reception In the home of tho bride's
mother followed 'he ceiemony at tho
church. Mrs Speer received tho gucstn
In a gown of black chiffon over green
crepe meteor with gold trimmings, nnd
Mrs. Jefferson W. Davis, mother of tho
bridegroom, woro lavender silk und
Mr. and Mrs. Davis left Washington
later In tho evening for a wedding trip,
and upon their return will bo nt home
after December 1, at tho Walton, 111
Mrs. Snmuel Spencer, who spent tho
summer at her place nt Tuxedo and
tho autumn In Atlanta, On., has ie
turnod to Washington for the winter,
nnd Is opening her resldenco In Massa
Brig. Gon. Edward M. Coates, V B.
A., retlicd. and Mrs. Coates have glvin
c.p their apartment In the Highlands
and gone to California for nn ctxendud
Mrs. John M. Hailun nnd tho Misses
Herlnn have returned tij Washington
for tho season nnd will hnc us their
gvests for a part of the winter Mrs.
John Harlan nnd Miss Elizabeth Har
lan, of Chicago.
Miss Eatcllo Crane, who has been the
house-guest of MIhs Llla McDonald nt
tho Parkwood for the last several dnjs,
will leuvo 8undny and spend a few
days with Miss Frances Brooks.
Mrs. Wothcrspoon. vlfe of Brig. Gen.
W W. Wotherspoon, V S A , Is spend
ing a fortnight In New York.
Brig. Gen. Oreen Clay Goodloe, IJ. S.
M C , has closed hit country place In
Mar land nnd opened his residence In
Sixteenth street for the winter His
nleco Miss Mlna Goodloe, of Lexington,
Ky.. who hns been with him slnco
Mrs Goodloc's dentil, will remain in
Washington for some time
The Club of Colonial Dames are pre
paring for a reception nnd house. wnrm
Ing In their new quarters, 'M Sixteenth
street, on November II.
Tho naval attache of the Russian
embassy, Captain Vnssllleff, Is spending
a fow dnjs In Nuw York.
MrsT Itobert M. Thompson, who spent
tho autumn at the VhglnU Hot Springs,
has arrived In Washington and Joined
Colonel Thompson nt their residence In
Sheridan Circle. Colonel Thompson
mado the trip from tho Hot Springs to
Washington on horseback.
Tho Misses Patten, who were mem
bors of the Washington contingent nt
tho Virginia Hot Springs during tho
autumn season, have come to wnsn
Ington nnd opened their resldenco for
Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles A. Goldsmith
will receive nt Itauscher's this evening
from 8 lo 1! In honor of the engagement
of their daughter. MIsb Annette Gold
unlth, nnd William B. Thalhlmer, of
Miss Kllinboth Farber Is the guest of
hcri parents nt their home, In Chicago.
Mrs. Ilae Werthclmer. who hns been
spending several weeks In Washington
with her aunt. Mrs. A. I. Strnsburger,
of Columbia road, left yesterday to
spend n '"" onyB '" Wchmoml before
I cunning to her home, In Norfolk.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mycr Singer, of New
York, am the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles Goldsmith, of Calveit sticet.
MIsb Bessie Honor, of Newport Newt,
Vn. Is spending a few das In Wash
ington with Mlrs Hilda Ji.cobl, of the
Miss Marlunna Gotthelf, who has
been spending a fow days with Mrt.
Konnebiun, of Puik mad, has returned
to her home, In New York.
Mrs. David Cohen, of New- York, Is
the giiett of her sister. Mis. It. Lvoni,
of Twenly-sevcnth street.
Invitations nro out for the morriape
of Miss I,eonn Franc-It Hcchliigcr,
duughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas W
Hechlnger, nnd William Archibald
Graff, of Norfolk, which will take plac
at Congress Hall Wednesday evenlns,
November 20, at 6 o'clock.
Considered One of Most Im
portant of Theatrical
The announcement that Mrs. Minnie
Mnddcin Flake has entered Into a con
tract to poso for moving pictures Is of
especial and unusual Interest to theater
goers. In vlow of tho fact that thero
Is, perhaps, no other person on tho
American stage who possesses In such
largo measure the elements both of
actress and stagn manager.
Mury Garden once watched her In
tho wonderful scene In "Snlvatlon Nell,"
where, ns tho scrubwoman, alio sat
holding her drunken lover's bond In
her lnp for fully ten minutes without
n word; almost without a motion.
Gradually ono could watch nothing ebo,
one becamo ubsorhed In thu silent
pathos of that dumb, silent, sitting 11k
urc. After Miss Garden had watched
the actress almost breathlessly, sho ex
claimed: "Oh, to lm ahlo to do nothing
Tho contract whereby Mrs. Flsko Is
to poso for moving pictures was signed
on Saturdny when Dnnlel Frohman,
manager of the Lyceum Thenter, Now
York, nnd managing director of the
Prominent Motion Picture Company, re
turned from Chicago, bringing tho con
tract with him, nfter havlng'cnmplctcd
arrangements covering tho most Im
portant theatrical enterprise In the
country. This epoch-making departuro
Is to consist of tho most complete lllm
play production ever -nude tho play to
bo "Becky Sharp," with Mrs. Flsko In
tho rolo of Becky. Her wonderful
creation of this character Is held to
bo ono of tho six great classics of Ire
stage, the others being tho Juliet of
Adelaide Nellson, tho Meg Mcrrllca of
Charlotte Cushman, the Hamlet of LM
win Booth, the Benu BMiinmcl of Pilch
ard Mansfield, nnd thu Illp Van Winkle
of Thomas Jeffi rsou.
Of Note to Appear.
Mrs. Flsko will bo the first really
grent American actress to lend her art
Seen in the Shops
Seiru das ago the Shopper saw In
a ntore on Seventh street, between C
nnd 1) streets, a real Hoosler kitchen
cabinet. Just on the order of the ones
our giandparents used to have, but In
finitely better equipped. With ono of
these cabinets, the housekeeper who Is
naturally neat Is able to keep her
kitchen Immuculate, for here there It n
place for everything required In tho
process of cooking. All of the utensils
nro not Included In the cabinet, but tho
chief necessaries uro thcic. The wholo
Is made nf well-seasoned oak, nnd at
every place where this Is a Joint or a
call for lining, aluminum Is used. Tluio
are three parts, the upper, lower, nnd
mlddlo cabinets. The tlrst Is used for
china, the second has tho sugar, suit,
and pepper aluminum line il boxes In
one side of the uoors, nnd the aluminum
spite boxet in the opposite door while
the table slide, cutting board and lucid
board tire pulled out fiom underneath.
The bottom cabinet consists of pl.ito
racks, Hour, and meal bins, und has a
generous space left for larger pots nnd
pans. Miles of steps can be Hived with
one of tin so conveniences, anil work Is
gteatly simplified If cash Is paid, tho
ost Is 123, but If It Is charged for week
ly pavments the price Is LISA. A moio
expcntlve stle, lined throughout with
aluminum Is $17 W cash.
The hnusefurnlshlng store nt the cor.
ner of Seventh nnd I streets Ins an
assortment of brass beds finished with
a new kind of lacquer. Neither acids
nor dust Is said to harm this prepara
. ri$ ....?y 93m
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MRS. MINNIE MADDERN FISKE.
'n film reproduction, nnd the final argu
ment that prevailed with her was the
claim nf posterity to one of the bright
est lights In the stage achievements of
Negotiations covering Mrs. Flsko's ap
pearance beforo the lens and shutters
were begun several weeks ago, but It
was not until she had made nn ex
tensive study of the matter that she
decided to consider It. As Becky
"harp has always been her favorite
role and on account of tho place In
literature of "Vnnlty Fair," she was
brought to sen the value of perpetu
ating through the camera the visual
ization of Thackeray's Immortal char
acters As sho does everything, Mrs. Flsko
tion, and the beds are no more expen
sive than other kinds. For $113; a
double brass bed, licqucnd with the
preparation mentioned, mav be had. In
bright or satin finish
If jou nre anticipating mak.ng an
nfternoon dress, suit or cape, the snle
of broadcloth at the department store
on Seventh street, between D nnd V.
streets, offers some very attractive ina-..,..-
, .,.. ".. ., t
ceiiuiH in ine way oi suggestion, im
ported chiffon broadcloths originally'
marked at Jt, and none of them less
than J.', nre from fifty-two to fifty-six
Inches wide, nnd arc selling for 1 03.
ituu pnsiei iinis una soniv mat ks are
to lie had, all with a satin luster nnd
permanent finish, which stamps them
A sale nf dresses for all occnslons, nt
the department store at the corner of
Flevcnth and IS streets contains char
metisc, pongee, nnd cordurov styles
costing from Ji" for JI5 The shopper
who knows good material and workman
ship whin she sees It should be able
to plik out an xi client bargains.
A great many housewives have been
pii7Zled as to what disposal to make
of their half-worn cur net a nnd rugs,
which, thouti somewhat worn, nro
still too good to b thrown nwny. As
nn answer to thnt problem, a firm of
lug weavers on Hhode Island avenue
not fur from Seventh street, offers to
make handsome rugs from old carpels
nt a very moderate price. Bug carpets
.mil rugs nre woven by this ilrm at 33
cents n square yard, and silk curtains,
woven from silk rags nro a specialty
wl'h this house On receipt of n postal
curd, a representative will call and
make estimates on such work.
Especially Selected Company
Will Assist Actress in
went thoroughly Into tho subject, vis
iting many nf the better class of mov
ing picture theaters and noting the ap
preciation shown the higher class of
pictures. She thus became convinced
of tho great educational value latent
In Mr. IMIson's Invention, and once
her enthusiasm was enlisted, the prog
ress of tho negotiations was rapid and
Tho scalo upon which the enterprise
Is to be projected will exceed anything
ever beforo attempted In the field of
film Industry, Tho entire production
will be under the personal direction of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Flskc, nnd Mrs. Flsko will
poso for the pictures In which she, as
Becky, will be concerned, at timet con
venient to her prior to the opening of
the regular theatrical season of 1913-11.
Company to AssisL
A specially selected company will
enact the picture version of the Thaek
erav classic, and the version Itself, fol
lowing the novel more closely, will con.
tnln n great deal of material that no
regular stage version has vet done.
The earlv life of Becky will be shown,
her experiences at the seminary, her
departure, with Us incidents of throw
ing tho dictionary out of the window,
tho Duchess of Richmond's ball, and a
great spectacular reproduction of the
battlo of Waterloo. The latter will prob
ably ho the most stupendous scene ever
staged before a moving picture camera.
In every respect the presentation of
the "Becky Sharp" pictures will mark
a new era In the silent drama. They
will make up a complete evening's en
tertainment, nnd will not be presented
In the ordlnnrv moving picture theaters,
but In rgulnr theaters and under
special conditions throughout.
Among other stage personages who
are to appear before tho picture ma
chines ere long are Sothern and Mar
lowe In "Borneo and Juliet, ' and Viola
Allen In "Tho Christian."
By the Fifteenth Cavalry Dana, at
Fort Myer, Va., at S p. m.
ABTHUIl S. WITCOMB, Director.
March, "National Anthem". ..Bagley
Ovirture, "Ilnymond Thomas
Selection, "Tho Itoso Maid,'
ling oddity, "Gabby Glide"... Daniels
Selection, "Hits of 1512" Lam re
Wultz. "Blue Danubo" Straufcs
L'vccrpta from "Tho Bohemian
March, "Lincoln Centennial". Sanford
BT I JIMS. Mo. Nov 7 -Bey. Jamei
T Coffey, the successor of Archbishop
llarty, of Manila, In the pastorate of
St. I,co'a Church. In this cit. cele
brated the silver Jubilee nf his ordina
tion to tho priesthood toda The nro
gram opened at 10 o clock thli morning
with solemn high mass at the church
In the presence of n large congiegatlon
The Juhllarlan was the celebrant and
was assisted by personal friends. Arch
bishop Glennon presided nnd Bev.
Kdwnrd J. Shea preached the Jubilee
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HOW SQUANK FOOLED THE GNOMES,
NOW, when the sparrow told Shag
rac what Bquank had said, the
wicked gnome laughed till his
cracked voice rumbled through
all his damp mountain caves.
"I'shaw," ho ciled, "we gnomes can't
be fooled by any such tales. Wo will
havo to hear some of that voice busi
ness ourselves before we believe any
thing about tho great, grand Pan
ganlkus or his wife or his baby. Here,
jou gnomes there, get busy. Blow tho
bugles and get ready to go, all of
you." Bo the bugles blew, the gnomes
came running from dozens of corners
and In n few moments they started
out, a big, buzzing army of ugly, black
Presently they came to the palaco of
the Fair Queen, with Its snowy walls
rising above a lovely lake and set in a
grove of trees and blooming shrub
bery. But there was not a fair to be
seen anywhere. Squank had told them
all to hide In tho cellar, while he crept
Into the hollow trunk of n big oak
that grew near the edge of the water.
The only live things that the gnomes
could sec about the plnce were three
animals that had been pets of Squank's.
One was a creature with big, pop eyes
and green skin that squatted In the
mud at the edge of the lake, looking
very solemn and blinking nt the sun.
It was a very unpleasant Jooklng thing
nnd the gnomes did not go near It at
Then up In the ton of a tree they
saw sitting a big, strange, gray bird
that seemed asleep, only It rolled Its
eyes around. And standing in a tiny
rose garden cropping the tender grass
was a queer brown, shaggy animal that
looked llko a small horse. And all these
pets seemed to be very, very still.
"Those must be the playthings that
the fairies ran away and left," laughed
the wlckod Shagrac, for none of tho
gnomes hud ever seen n frog, an owl
or a donkey before.
Now. while tho dirty little gnomes
were tramping over the neat flower
beds and peeking Into all kinds of
places Squank was watching them from
his hiding place In the trunk of the
tree Presently he put a tiny silver
whistle to his lips and blew It once.
When the bullfrog heard the whistle he
drew a good, long breath and gave a
booming, thundering bellow that sound
ed like a great roaring Hon. for Squank
had taught him to do this when he
heard one whistle. And when the
gnomes heard It they all stood still In
fear, for It seemed to say Gimme a
gnome, gimme a gnome," for that Is
Just the wny a bulldog sounds. But
they could see nothing and nevor
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THE Houjyrr trumk. J J
thought the uwful noise come from the
frog In the mud.
"That Is the soun,j the Tanganlkus
makes," groaned Shagrac. But he
kept on running about the grounds and
muddying un tho front steps.
Thui Squank blew e,n his whistle
twice and the big owl up In the tree
gao n long, loud, doleful hoot. Just as
Squank had taught him to do. And all
the gnomes shlvere-d, for It Bounded Just
like the voice had said "Who, who"
for that Is the wny nn owl goes when
he hoots. But they never thought the
slcepy-looklne owl wa making tho
"That Is the noise that tho great,
grand Pangnnlkus makes," said Sim
gmc to his wife, and he tied his shoes
tight so he could run fast.
Then Squank blew three times and
tho donkey Lrayed, Just us he had Lcen
taught to. And it made a horrible
tumbling thnt sounded l'ke "Oh-he, oh
he," for that Is Just tho kind of nolso
a donkey makes.
"That Is the baby of the Pangan'kus
raising a racket twenty seconds before
his daddy is leady to -jubble us up," cried
Shagrac. So no grubbed his wife and
tore off, followed by hundreds of
s' reaming, crjlng gnomes, who thought
the great, grand Pangnnlkus was right
ut their heels.
And Squunk ran ufter them, beating
Shagrac who was the last because he
could nut run fnst with his ro, al robes
nn und his scepter stuck In his legs
Then he tore his robe on u fence und
lort his crown In the ditch, nnd when
he got home was n sad sight to see
The Squank called the fairies out of
the cellar and they made chocolata
fudge nnd hud a great feast, and
"quank put the frog, the owl and the
donkey nt the head of the table.
"Hoi It was these," he said, when
he gave them another helping of Ice.
cream, "that javol our loved Halrylund
for us "
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