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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
-Edson Bradleys Entertain in Honpr
f Of Their Visiting Married Daughter
Mrs. Herbert Shipman of
New York, Chief Guest
I , Mr. nnil Mrs Kelson Hrndloy cntcr-
I XAlhn.l til lin,t..w.M (iiilflV lit tbetr inn!.
detice on Dupont club In honor or their
daughter, Mis. Herbert Hhlpniuii, of
ijcw York, wlin I' spendiw; several days
Willi' f l.l.,.l Tl. ...Mlttmilll L'llPfltH -Wnrn
Mm. .lloscoe ('. Iliilnui, of Amiiipnllr:
M1n Mnrlti llllti.1 Hie linXlll iltlfl.Vi..
S of tlip rremli cmlMSS. Viscount d'Azj ,
JJ the first n-riclutv f tho cnihusu,
3 fount 1-otils ill- H.utiK" t'jpl. 1.. M
2 Little, L. H. M r iinrt Lieut. John C.
hl Kremont. I'. S N
f- Tomoirow Mr. nnd Mrs Ilrnillcy nnil
IS Mrn. Shipin.in will i;o to New Yoik
S to attend the opet.i Mr- nd Mix.
B Ilrnillr-y luive u ho for ovuiv other
J -Monday nlBht T will have vvltb.
H them tonmriow evenlliB Mr. Wild .Mis.
3 Kutillelil ,) tnu t,.. and -Mrs. lU-r-i
A On December II Ml lliadlov will
M open Iht new music lull for a fair
B which vvlll tie Knui for thu Homo fur
(J Incurable, s.
Mrs. Christian l lli'iinucl; vvlfl enter
tain a smull p.irtv lit dinner thin even
n Ing to meet Mr .in (lietner, of l'lillu-
dolphin, win) In compos iu the iiiubIi for
J9 tho opeiu wliii h Mix ll-ninilck Is vvrlt
B IPS Mi. lleinniMi Ik spendlni? sovoiul
? dajs In New Yoik
CMr. nnd Mrs. William JrnnlnRs rirvnn,
Mho have spent -cvu.il d.ivs In Wash
J liiRton were the liiimir kuckIh of Mr
J2 and Mrs. Wltthifl in di at dinner last
at ovrnltiR at thilr rci-iibm. In fatheilr.il
J avenue. Aiiiiiiik the Km Ms were l.leu
r tenant Cnniin.imli 1 .lohn V Tlnimons,
r Huvul aide to i hi riirhhnt, and Jin
ft - : -
J The rhame d'aff.ilreii of I'crsl.i, Mtrza
i3 All Kull Khan, who his been traveling
J" through iiurthnextein r.inudii nnd (.'all
JJJ fornla for the lud mniitli, Ik In Santa
tm -Barbara, todn, and i i xiei-ted to re
w, turn to Washington within tho wick.
jMme. All Kull Kli.ui and their ehll
m tlrcn arc at their home in l.ccsburR, Va.
jjjj 'The Heeretary of Couinirrco and Labor
iiiiu .irs. .Nimi i win emi-nam ni iiin
ler on IMuuan 'i in lionoi of the
President and .Mis Tafl This dlnne
ls the last of tin miles of dinners In
the Cabinet home? In honor of tho
l'lesldent and Mih Tifi
The Hccretur will leive Washington
tomonow for t'liicm;o to make an ad
lreH before the Cbanibei of Coniinene
of tho Unltid Btan n
Mrs. liavld 1) 1 'm - wife of Major
Porter, V. S. M f. Is etn-i ted to ar
rive In Washington "hortly from
' .Manna, wnire .Maioi rorn-r i ma-
JJ Honed She will be thi Rueit of her
3, parents. Mr. and Mr'. Samuel V. Mat-
tlngly, in Q uriit
JJ The AMltant Si-irVtais of State and
Mr.. MuiitlnKlnn WlNon aro In New
York for enal iU
a, Mr nnd Mr.i. lliihard Held Ilogers
B will entertain at an informal danee on
2 Dei ember 17 In th-'ir inulmep In Nlnc-
3 tecnth Ktieet.
J Former Senator Inhn II Henderson
M Ullil .inn. iiLim-'iMiii fim i,iini-ii in mil-
wrl ni-r laM evenluu nt Kouml.ii t'aHtle In
jr i-elcbratlon of iln- i Kim -fourth blilh-
fiay oi nil- inii.1, i in kn--ii wire urn
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M JS1 jiiiii,iss.iiiiii iiim .,ii- i.i i-i", ..inn
wi Jtifiserand, wife of lb I'ri-nch nnib.iH-
Snndor; Mr. Justin Hurlirn- and Mrs
IltfKhes. the Spi'akir of the House of
m llrpreeentatlvei ami Mi Clark, Mr.
m and .M.r. Iluirv Whin Major fliv
CI . 1 ..III I I b. A n.,., M ,
iteiiiKf ,, ,in,ii. i -" ', .inn .in-.
.-.111...,.!.. 1,. 1..1,n 11., Mvu llnnn
,llltl"il' -1 1 n. i, "i.ti I,-' ,iir i,,, it.,,,
2 Harrison, ("hajles 1) Wiilmtt, lorniei
m I'hlef Justice Ilullani, o I iniiiila. Vl-
rount il'Az llmiv Lew i- Morris, ir
jj New York, and .1. hn I ll-udeison Ji.
AmonK those ab"aid in" fnnnider
J Maurctunln. which nl 1 M-steidiv
m7 from London, mi tin neiiean Am-
m huHKadoi- at I'arls iml Mrs Mvion T
S Herrk-k, who me lomnu to tint oim
S try for a Hhnn l'n f
4 nmbassador to KnLl ' I, w
W the retlilni; kii-ih i
5 at Ixindon, AVIIh nn I' I1
5 renRor, Irwin I n l ii
m IlllsB. Ill tit sei li In v ol
rti I'ailHr' nnd .Mis j, 7
MISS ESTHER CLEVELAND,
Daughter of Mrs. Grovcr Cleveland
and the late President Cleveland.
Mm. (liover Clew-land will entertain
nt a ineptlon tomorrow afternoon at
Westlaliils, her home at l'lliieeton, X
J., when she will pn sent to sm-lity
her daUKhtoi, Miss i:sthei Cleveland.
The debut of Miss Cleveland, whleh
Ih of national Inteiist, will te attended
by puists fniin various parts, of the
t'ounti) who will come to pay hoinaRC
to the debutante vbo was born In the
White nllusi- durlnic the si-i-imd Ad
inl'ilsliation of hi r father, the late
Mis Itoikwood Hoar nnd her diURh-ti"-.
Miss rrani'i Hilen Hoar, of
Washington, vvho have been spending
the late summer nnd autumn suisan
at thilr home In Worcester. Mass, have
pone to prlnei ton to bo tbe cuests of
Mis Chvelaiid and Miss Cleveland, nnd
to assist at MI.-3 Cliveland's prisenta
tlou. ljiter In the season, w hen Mrs. Cleve.
Iind and Miss rlevilnnd come to Wash
ington, tlii-v will be the Kin-sts of Mrs.
Hoai Miss Hoar, who reuntlv made
her debut In Worcester, will have a
lomliiK-out natty In Washington later
In tho winter
Miss Alice lloutell will entertain a
small paitv inrormallv at tea this after
noon at the Highlands to mut Miss
Constance Anderson, of Ottiwa, Canada.
Mrs. Tal't and Nephews
Attend Services at
Mr. Tnfi. ncconiPanlid by her
nephews, Thomas Miughlln and William
Lauglilln, the oung sons or ncr sisn-i,
who aro guests nt thu White House,
attended seivlccs ill St. Johns Lplsco
pal Church todaj.
Col Hubert M Thompson was host at
a luncheon patty today at the Chevv
i..i. tti.. .ni. .utu Inei WiiMliIni;-
v. nasi- 1.111U. inn h"."" ."," " 7
toil early toda.v on horseback and made
a trip through the neignuoring couoirj.
Mr. and Mis. Joseph Lclter ciiter
tiilned a pail "f Joting people lit
luncheon today at their counliy placo
111 Virginia. t
Countess von llirnstorff. wife of the
an man ambassador. Mrs. Iinughtoiv
Wood, Mrs. Utincan McKltn, Mrs. lliin
tin and Mr. Ueorgo T. Miiry huyo
taken boxes for the concert which will
lie given at the nsldelico of Mrs. J .il
ium llradley fm the benelll of the A.i
LOilntlon for Work uf Mercy, Thuisdiy
evening. December IS, nt 9 30 o'clock.
The concert vUll be given In the new
music room In tho Uradley residence by
tho Km In 1 lluarlel and a oung so
piauo, Miss Yvoiino do Cravette. who
was a success In London and who Is
ruining fiom Toronto to make hi r llrst
appearance In Washington. The new
miflc room which ban been under con
st) 111 tlon lor tho last vear will bo used
for the llrst time for this entertainment.
Among the1 patronesses are Mrs
James ltrvic. Countess von Ilernstorff,
Mine Loudon, Mine. Lkengren, Mine.
Hlauo, Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs.
John Hlddle, Mrs. Hdsoii llradley,
Mrs. Ilinry II, Drown, Miss Mabel
lloardtnaii. Mrs. John C Hovel, Mrs
Hoscoe Ilulmer. Mrs J. Mandevlllc Car
lisle, Mrs. Thomas Chatard, Mrs. Hleh
arilsou Clovi r. Miss Margery Colton,
Mrs Spemer Cosby, .Mrs. W. Muriay
Ciane, Miss Dougias, Mrs Tri-mont
Smith, Mrs Unrllngton, Mrs Kdward II
(Jheen. Mrs C C (Hover, Mrs William
1'. Hall. Mrs M. A llanna. Mis. Hem
inlck. Mrs Hubert Hinckley, Mrs. Jnlm
It, llendirson, Mrs Anihlbald Hopkins,
,trs. Julian James, Mrs. Halph Jenkins,
Mrs Henuen Jennings, Mrs. Joseph II.
Lamar. Mrs. Nicholas I. liquor. Mrs.
John MeOnwnn. Mrs. Duncan McKlin.
Mrs. Mac.Murray. Mrs. I T Mann. Mis.
(leorge T Marve. Miss Katherlne Mlm-inae-k,
Mrs John I'pshur Moorhead,
Mrs Xngel, Mrs Cleveland Perkins,
Mrs. J' Lie Phillips. Mis Charlts II
Poor. Mrs Thomas 1' Hk-liardson, Mrs
Chnrles W Hleliardsnn, Mrs. W 11
Hldgelj, Mrs William C Hives, Mrs P.
M Hlxcv, Mis. Hobert 1-' Sbepard, Mis.
Sheridan, Mls Sherlll. Mrs Hunt Slat
er. Mis r. C. Stevens, Mrs Ilobert
Thompson, Mrs Hlehnrd Townscnd.
Mrs. I, I, Heainey. Mrs. Van Ile pen
Mrs Kngpiii' Watson. Mrs Wlcker
sham. Mrs Ileikninn Wlnthrnp Mrs
Pranels Warren, Mrs. Charles Hough
ton Wood, Mrs I.eonird Wood Mrs.
Spencer L Wood. Mrs "Wesley Merrltt,
and Mrs Norman Williams.
Mrs lalson llradley. who Is a mem
ber of the board of the association, Is
In charge of the sale of the tickets.
The marriage of Miss Irma Stern,
laughter of Hnbhl Louis Stern and Mrs,
Stern, to Samuel S. Kallsher. will take
Place Tuesday evening November 13, al
7 o clock In the Llgbth Strict Temple
I he ceremony will be performed by the
brldo h father, assisted by llabbl Abram
Miss Lennn Stern will be her sister's
only attendant, and Alexander 11 Ous
lorf, uncle of tho bride, will he the
best man. Thei ushers will bo Daniel II.
(liiBdorf, Wallaco Luchs, Ildgar C.
Kaufman. .Melvln Uusdorf, and the
brldo s brothers, David Stern and Al
fred L Stern
A dinner for the membern of tho bridal
parly and tho relatives will follow the
wedding ceremony at tho Hotel Conti
nental Admission to the wedding ceremony
at tho Templo will bo by card
Miss Hllzabeth Smith, who has be.-n
nttcmlltig the Massanutteii Ailnb my,
Woodstock, Vn has letnrned to Wash
ington, and will spend the irmnlud'-r
of tho winter with Mr. nnd Mis. A. T
Smith, of I hn Melrose, Cll'ton sireot.
Miss Helen rischcr. who sK-nt a
few days during the week In Norfobt,
has lelurued to her homo In Iinicr
The mnirlago of Miss I.eona Ilech
Inger, daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Jonas
llechlnger, and William A draff, of
Norfolk, will take place Wedntsiliv
evening November 20, 1D12, at Con
gress Hall The ceremon. which will
be performed by riabbl Louis Stem,
will lie followed by a reception from
S:'J0 until 11 o'clock.
Mrs Jrlilmc Saks, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Sydney Relz
ensteln. of the Dupont, has returned
to her homo In Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Weyl, of Ilrlijht
wood. are spending Hip week-end at
the Chnmberlln Hotel, Old Point Com
nnd Mrs A. I. Ousdorff, of :.Mt
Ilrooklleld avenue. Haltlmnre, will bo
nt I otne this evening from X to lO
o'clock In honor of tho engagement of
their dniighler. Miss Klorn OusdorfT.
and Hiiijamln Katzcnslcln, which was
Miss Stmim, of llaltlmore. Is spend
ing the wie-k-cnd III Washington with
Mrs Philander Priestly Claxton will
ertertaln tho League of American Wo
men at bur home In Connecticut avi
nue Wednesday evening. Prof. Mitchell
Carroll, socrotary of the Archaeologi
cal Institute of Arr.crlrn, will deliver an
address, his subject being, "Oreel:
Legends and Aichaeologlcal Discover
ies." Mr. and Mrs. Daniel .1. 1,1 x have ic
lurueil to Wushlngton from an extend
ed wedding trip nnd will bo at homo at
Uo2 Eleventh street nftcr today.
Mis. IJ, W. Van Dyke nnnotinces the
rhnrrlagc of her daughter. Miss Dorothy
Dean Van Dyke, to Frank Oardlner.
The wedding took place yesterday In
Mr. tlardlner Is confidential secretary
to Postmaster Oeneral Krank II. Hitch-eock.
MRS. WILSON NAMES
Miss Mary Baylcss, Formerly
Clerk in Ohio Legislature, to
Go to White House.
Wr.ST UNION, Ohio. Nov. 17.-Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson has selected nn Ohio
girl, Miss Mary Baylcss, of this city, as
her social secretary when sho and
President-elect Wilson occupy tho
White House next Mnrch.
" Miss Ilaylcss wns formerly clerk of
the Ohio legislature, and In tho last
year has been serving us secretary to
prominent society women In tho Hast.
When In Wert Union, .Miss Il.1yle.s4,
who is Htlll In her twenties, was promt
nent socially and took a greut ljiteres.
In church work.
Girl of Fifteen Offers Approach
ing Wedding as Excuse
NI3W YOHK. Nov. 17.-Although she
expects to be married this week, fifteen-year-old
Hosa Strefnelo, of llrookljn,
wna ordered yesterday by Magistrate)
Voorhees In the Adams street pollru
court to' resume her nttendanie at pub
lic school. Truant Officer William II.
Johnson, of tho board of education,
romphiliicd that Miss Hosa 111 the pros
enl term had been In her classroom at
public school but one day.
"I don't want to go to school any
more," declared the girl In rourt
"Why not?" asked the magistrate.
"Iteeause." explained Hosa, "1 am to
be married In a few tin) a."
As between Jlvmnn on the one hand,
nnd "rendln', rltln" -md 'rlthmetlc" on
tho other, the tourt decided for the
three "lis." The parents of Miss Ilosa
weir directed to send her baik to si haul
tomorrow and to te-port to tho magis
trate next Saturday.
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