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A Shop of laIs. eit
Smart, new and stan
dard styles in FRINGES,
We study costumes. Tell
us about your dress and
add what we know to
what you know.
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AID TO MANY
HU old adage "the early bird
cathes the worm," may be
stretehed. apparently. to cover.
philanthropy. Certainly everybodY
is .i.alaug a determined efort to
slip in a bendet for hi--or her
pet charity before the calendar be
come tee crowded and the call
upon One's purse too mumorous.
The Chad Welfare Society is hold
ing its anlaal rummage male this
year several weeks earlier than
usual-it is opening on Saturday at
2:20 o'cleek at 1411 H street and
will oontinue a week. And even the
mammoth 1uletide Pete. to be given
at the WillArd under the auspices of
Neighborhood House am a joint
benefit for a half demon popular char
itisa, is set for December 1 and 2
-with a view to attracting to the
basaar those who wish to do their
Christmas shopping early.
The new Margaret Dodge Sewing
Cirele., too. In planning to get in on
the ground floor and is arranging a
bridge tournament to be held at the
home of Mrs. Edwin T. Meredith,
wife of the Secreary of Agriculture.
at IT85 Massachusetts avenue, on
Monday afternoon. November 29.
The proceeds wijI be used to pur
chase materials for baby cribs,
children's clothing, eto., for Serbian
war orphans. This circle was
organised under the auspices of
the 'Serbian Aid Fund as a mem
orial to the late Mrs. Percival
Dodge, wit of the American Minis
ter to Serbia, whose tragic death
last winter 'so shocked- Washington
The circle will meet on Tuesday
mornings at Mason.House to make
clothing for the destitute women
and children of Serbia and the
completed garments are to be sent
to Belgrade to be distributed by
Miss Alice Dodge. daughter of the
minister, in her mother's name-a
singularly Atting monument to a
woman who was beloved in Serbia
for her philanthropies.
The card party bids fair to be
very chic, as many prominent wo
nen have already taken tables.
Tickets may be had after Tues
day at Mason House, 1606 Twen
tihth street. or from Mme. Grouitc'h.
Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, Mrs. Ste
phen B. Elkins or other members
of the circle.
Mrs. Elkins is chairman of the
circle; with Mme. Grouitch and Mrs.
Julian James as vice chairmen.
811 Vennont Ave.
iRRIVING models in Au
tuenn and winter Hats
strike a high not* for distinc
Worthy of your special at
tention are the one-of-a-kind
Hats in Rich Velvet. Inspec
lusness of- fresh, pine
nc'h pastry chef has
e juice-laden fruit in a
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Ire time and care in
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MRS. HERMAN I
Formerly Miss Lillian Mankin Pal
McLeod, U. S. M. C., retire
Mrs. Walsh heads the cutting com
mittee; Mrs. John Allan Dougherty
is chairman of the purchasing com
mittee, Mrs. Charles C. Meohorl,
of the moiel committee: Mrs. Al
phonso Mason. of the sewing com
mittee, and Mrs. Meredith. of the
The organization of this sewing
circle is the initial activity of the
Washington Branch of the Serbian
Aid Fund, of which Mrs. Elkirns is
the head. The late Mirs. Dodge was
a Washington woman and before
her marriage was Miss Margaret
Adams, the daughter of Rear Ad
miral and Mrs. James Dexter Adarnm.
She was a cousin of Mrs. Julian
Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh will be
honorary chairman of the December
booth at theYuletide Fete. Mine.
Grouitch and a number of ladies
of the diplomatic corps will pre
side at the booth, where Santa
Claus and him assistants will be
seen working in their toy shop.
There will be two giant Christmas
trees laden with gifts for young
Donations for the Child Welfare
Rummage Sale are pouring in upon
the president of the organization.
Miss Mary Gwynn, and all sorts
of interesting and useful things will
be on sale.
AEW HATi FOR OLD.
Mrs. Lawrence Townsend, who Is
a famous milliner, is trimming a
number of hats which she will have
on sale and she will also remodel
old hats for the modest price of
0e-milliners charge from $10 to $15
-which is enough to provide milk
for one baby for a year. She will
be assisted by Mrs. Stephen L'H.
Slocum and Miss Louise Delano.
Mrs. Walter Tuckernman and Mrs.
Elliott Goodwin. who will have
charge of one of the tables, will he
assisted by Mrs. Joseph Bradley,
Mrs. Robert Lester ('raigie, Mrs.
Sherman Mills, Mrs. Benedict Crow
ell. Madame J. 11. Hubrecht. Mrs.
(.aarles Patterson, Mrs. John Allen
Dousgherty and Miss Louise Delano.
Thanksgiving t.-me brings its two
big balls--one on Thantcswavinn
Eve for the benefit of the Episcopal
Eye. Ear and Throat Hospital and
the other on Thanksgiving night
under the auspices of the Navy Rie
1ief Society. Both are to be given
at the WVillard this year. Then
there's the annual tea and "dona
tion party" at the House of Mercy.
The tea is for all who are inter
ested in the work of the institution,
and friends who are not able to
attend will be given an opportunity
to contribute at stations scattered
through the business section. At
each of these a great white dog.
the kind who sits and listens pa
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I ~New Arrivalsu
for all ocessions.
Attention Is invited to our
extensive showing of Tailozed
and 8tret't Hat., at
$ ai )$b ! nd $20I~IA~S
Ier. Her marriage to Lieutenant
d, was one of the prettiest
tiently for "his master's voice." will I
talte in the penties under the
watchful eye or a group of Indies
who are working for the helping to
make donation day the success it
d.servus to be. Mrs. Thomas F.
lPayard, Mrs. Stephen U. Elkins. and
Mrs. Alhtrt L. Mills will preside at
the tea table.
The Junior League believes in
"distributing" the risk. and in lieu
of one big ball is repeating the
verk popular series of "small and
earlies." which it gave last ye.r.
The pa'ronesses for the series are
Mrs. James W. Wadsworth, Jr.,
Mrs. Joseph S. Freiinghuyse-n, Mrs.
Montgomery Blair, Mrs. Andre W.
Urewster, Mrs. John Hays Ham
mond, Mrs. Uenry T. Oxnard, and
Mrs. Warren Delano Robbins.
JUNIOR LEAGUE. DANCES.
The dances begin on Friday even
ing, December 10, and there will be
one during the Christmas holidays
- - December 23--and another at
Kaster- April 1, yes, April Fool's
day. In February there will be
two, Friday, the fourth, and Friday.
the eightf-enth, and there'll also be
a danc' on March 4. "An opposition
party to the inaugural ball" every
body says and then laughs. But
why not' Not everybody will go to
the ball-if there is a ball---thos
who do probably won't stay long
and it will be an amusing way to
wind up a busy day and a pleasant
way to entertain inuguration visi-,
Miss Louise Delano, you know, Is
chairman of the dance compittee
which includes Miss Katherine
Robinson. secretary and treasureri
Miss Alys Downing, Miss Cora Bar
ry, Mrs. William J. Flather. Jr.. Miss
Dolphine Heyl and Miss Carolyn
There's also a floor committee
made up of two resident Washing
ton men, two army officers, two
naval officers and two men from
the diplomatic corps and incitding
Robert W. Bell, Lieut. David Collins.
Major Stuart Cramer, jr., James R.
Ellerson, jr., Commander C. T.
Jewell, Col. Raymond Lee, J. de
Lagerberg, of the Swedish legation,
and Arthur Yencken, of the British
NORMAN DAVIS ENTERTAIN5.
The Secretary of State and Mrs.
Colby were the guests of honor at
dinner last evening of the Under
secretary of State and Mrs. Norman
Davis, Other guests were tlA. Span
ish Ambassador and Senora do Riano,.
the Charge d'Affaires of the Italian
Embassy and Mme. Brambilla, the
Commercial Attache of the British
Embassy and Mrs. lroderick, Rear
Admiral and Mrs. William K. Benson,
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Delano Rolpbins,
Mrs. Marshall Bullett, of -Louisville,
who is staying with Mr. and Mrs.
Davis, and 0. Howland Shaw.
Mrs. A. Mitch Ptialmqr and her
Flter, Mrs. Frederick Levering, re
tujned to WashIngton last niht after
a short visit to their former home in
The Home Beautiful
Is the Work We Aceaunpismh
Le sshow you the way teiprt
Furniture and Interior Decoatio
--i with us, a matter of yearsf
stu y,'tand we are equfped to% ptil
arranging dortoa for perfeet
harmony. May we ?urnish an esti.
mate for your home?
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saan.e Uam ssa.
Daughter of Brir. Gen. and Mrs.
be presented to so
Uaston, Md.. where they were called
by the serious illness of their father.
tobert B. D)ixon. Mrs. Palmer ex
pects to return to Easton in a few
The Minister of Poland and
Princess Lubomirska entertained at
inner last evening in honor of Col.
Cedric Faunticroy. of Chicago, who
commanded the famous Kosciusko
Hattalion operating in Poland. The
Wedding of Miss Edith Wal
lach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
R1ichard Wallach. to Gaines
Gwathmey at Fenton Farm.
Miss Frances Murray, a party.
The British Ambassador and
Lady Geddes. a ball.
Maj. Gen. H. K. Bethell, of the
British embassy, a dinner before
Captain Geoffrey Blake. of the
British embassy, a dinner.
Air Commodore IL E. 0. Charl
ton. British ehbassy. a dinner.
Miss Mildred Bromwell. a buf
fet supper before the embassy
The marriage of Miss Dor#thy
Lampton. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James J. Lampton. to Mr.
Dinner dance at the Army and
Dinner dance. at the Chevy
Miss Elisabeth -Poe and Miss
Katherine Brooks a tea.
The Undersecretary of State
and Mrs. Davis. a dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Wheel
er, a tea to present Miss Ellnot
Miss Susanfie .Veeder a lunch
eon for Mlss Elisabeth Buchanan
Love, who is to marry Capt. Ray
Marriage of Miss Elisabeth
Harr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Williant Hair, to LIIo McMullan
'Capt. and Mrs. T. T. Craven
a tea to present Miss Ann Wickes
Dall for the Episcopal Eye, Ear
and Throat Hospital at the New
Mrs. Thoma F. Walsh a dinner
in honor of His Ininence
Coats Sport Wear
a Sale of
H igh- Class
Coat ipd Dresses
1he Shos of Sensile Prices
n22 I4IA St. N. W.
S0ONaICLE OF EV
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ERESTING SOCIAL L
4. 4 ,
Edward Lyman Munson, who will
:iety this season.
ther guests were the Secretary of
War and Mrs. Baker. Baroness Ro
manno. wife of the Italian ambassador.
and Miss RonjAno: the charge d'af
faires of the French embassy, Prince
de Bearn: Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon
Whitehnuae. Mrs.kE. H. G. Stater. Mrs.
Lawrence Townsend. 4lss Patten,
Miss Mary (wynn. J. C. White, Ur.
Vernon Kellogg. Mr. Koasak. of New
York; the Counselor of the Polish
Legation and Mme. Kwapissewska:
,he vice minister of finance of Poland,
R. Rybaraki; Mr. Gliwic. commercial
ouunselor of the legation; the acting
military attache of the legation.
Major Mach. and Prince Eugen Lubo
mirski. nephew of the minister.
Vice Admiral Sir William Paken
ham, commander-in-chief of the Brit.
ali North Atlantic and West Indian
station. accompanied by mrbinhere of
his staff, will come to Washington
on Monday to pay his respe-ts to the
navy officials of the United States and
to the TBritish ambassador. Sir Auck
land Geddes. With a party of twenty
four the vice admiral will go to An
napolis. Md.. November 24. to make
an inspection of the Naval Academy.
They will be entertained by the super
intendent. Rear Admiral Archibald
The marriage of Miss Edith Shep
ard Wallach. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Richard Wallach, to Gaines Gwath
mey. of New York, was solemnised at
noon today at Fenton Farm. the homq
of Mr. and Mrs. Wallach at Warren.
ton. Va. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Paul Bowden. rec.
tor of St. James' Episcopal Church
Warrenton. and was attended only b)
a small company of relatives and inti,
mate friends. An informal breakfasa
The bride wore ther traveling co.
tume. She was unattended and was
given In marriage by her father. Mr
Gwathmney had his brother, Archii
Gwathmey, as best man. He reachet
Warrenton yesterday and is staying
at Canterbury Farm wlt.h J. Templi
Gwathmey. The bridegroom's mother
Mrs. Lelia Gaines Gwathmey, is thl
guest of Mrs. M. M. Maddul at Leetor
Miss Wallach's uncle and aunt. Mr
and Mrs. Woodbury Iair, with whonr
she has spent the last several winters
also went to Warrenton for the wed
ding. Miss Wallach was presented tc
society here two or three-seasons agc
and was a great belle, so her mar
WASINGTON, D. ".
DESIGNER AND IMPOftTER
COATS AND H ATS,
INFANTS TO 13 YEARS
Exhibition and Sale
THE DEWEY BUILDING
174? RHODE ISTJND AVE. N. W..
NOVEMBER 16, 1920
TEA GOWNS & NEGIGEES
/am a Aran ,un
r"es matter of unusual imtewet
Mr. owatbmey has an apqrtment l
New York. where he and his
will make their home on the
ties of their wedding trip,
Mrs. Frank Mebane. who is upeed.
lag a abot time at the mhoreham
Hotel, and Mrs. Undsey Pattersen
will speak this afterseon a$ 4 o'eleek
at the residence of Mrs. Joh Mays
Hammeud to all club women of
Washingten and a few other friense
tellig of their recent experienees
in the Balkans.
Mrs. Charles Hoary better will is.
troduce the se-kere and Madame
Groultb. wife of the Serbian min.
later, will pour te.
Miss May Tayld'. debutante daugh
ter of Rear Admiral and Mrs. David
W. Taylor, is giving a small tea this
afternoon for Miss Elisabeth Bu
chanan Love. who is to be married on
Thanksgiving Day to Lieut. IRay Har
An Interesting meeting will be held
this afternoon at the home of Capt.
and Mrs. C. C. Calhoun. to discuss
plans for building a new theater for
the presentation of community plays
and productions by professional play
ers. The meeting will be hold under
the auspices of the playhouse commit
tee of the Drama League, of which
Mrs. Calhoun is president. Mrs.
George Blarnett has joined the board
of directors of the league and will
be a member of the stock company.
Mrs. Daviette Ficklen also will be a
member of the stock company. Among,
thope who have been invited for the,
meeting this afternoon are Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. Sothern. whq expect to
mike their permanent home here.
Mrs. Harry DuPuy, of Pittsburgh.
who was recently in Washington for
a few days. will return shortly to
spend the winter and has leased the
Giulick house in Massachusetts ave
nue for the season.
Miss Enid Sims will entertain at
dinner at the Chevy Chase Clug on
Saturday evening in compliment to
Miss Margaret Treadwell, who w I be
one of this season-s debutantes, iss
Treadwell, who is the dsughter of
Mr. and 'Mrs. Lawson Treadwell, is
spending the winter at Wardman
Park Hotel with her brother. Arthur
Mrs. Walter Wilcox. who returned
to this country ten days ago from
Europe and is now in New York, will
come to Washington next Tuesday.
She went abroad early last spring.
Mr. Wilcox joined her in Paris in the
summer, returned with her and came
to Washington several days ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Halstead, who
spent a few days at the Hotel Lafa
yette, have returned to New York.
Their plans for the coming winterhre
uncertain, but they will probably
spend some time in California. Mr.
Halstead has been serving as Amer
ican high commissioner in Vienna.
and they have only recently returnef
from Europe. Mrs. Halstead is a sls
tep of galter Wilcox.
The complete list of patronesse-Sor
the Pilgrims ball, to be given at the
Willard on Wednesday evening. No
vember 24. includes Mrs. Wilson,
Madame Rlano, Madame Mathieu,
Baroness Romano. Lady Auckland
Geddes, Mrs. Bainbridge Colby,
(Continued on Ppge Fifteen.)
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