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UT as everything save way
t the burial 91 the
Unknowny sidler, everything
gave way today to the formal open
ing of the Armaments Coatarenee
an event equally solemn a its way.
Harding anamnaad the Preident
to Memorial tal Hall for
the ceremonies, and had in her box
the Vice President and Mrs. Coolidge.
the Speaker of the House and Mrs.
Gillett, and Chief Justice and Mrs.
Mrs. Hughes, in the double ca
pacity of ranking Chinet hostess
and am wife of the spokesman of
the American delegation, was the
center of much interest. Mrs. Oear
Underwood, Mrs. Elihu Root. Se
ator Lm's daahter-In-law, Mrs.
George ,s who eems
destined to fill the role of hostess
for him during the season, all were
present in the gallery, with such dim
tigshulaed foreign women as Lady
Geddee-hber husband functioning
now as one of the British delegates
as well as British amhaisadr-IAdy
Lee of Fa-reham, lady Borden,
Mme. Hs, Mme. Koo, Lady Beatty,
and Lady Chatfield.
The Diplomatic Corps was nu
anerously present, and one noted the
ladies of the Cabinet circle-Mrs.
Weeks and Mrs. Denby and the rest,
and pretty Miss Ailsa Mellon, daugh
ter of the Secretary of the Treasury.
who took her place by her father's
s4de for the ceremonies at Arling
ton yesterday and the opening of the
conference today. It das largely
an official assemblage, of course,
for space was limited and the un
official world was represented only
by a few privileged persons.
TIONIGHT the President and Mrs.
Harding will entertain the dele
gates to the conference at dinner,
with a reception afterward, at which
the other members of the various
foreign missions and the American
officials who will be actively an
sociat-%d with the conference will
hbve teir first opportunity to
meet ea( h other socially.
Membo ra of the Cabinet and their
wives w ill be In the distinguished
compan, asked to dine with the
delegates and their ladies. And
presumably the ambassadors or min
Isters of the nations represented at
the parley will be present. The re
option, although exceedingly bril
liant, will b-e comparstively small.
the guests being confined strictly to
the conference delegatione-using
the word in its larger sense--mem
hers of the Diplomatic Corps and a
group of American. officials.
There was some talk at one time
of Secretary Hughes giving a
luncheon today for some of the dele
gates, but eventually Wednesday
was selected instead-doubtless for
fear that the ceremonies connected
with the opening of the conference
might be drawn out until too close
to the luncheon hour.
Going to Philadelphia.
The VIcA# President and Mrs. Cool
Idge on Monday will go to Philadel
phia. where the Vice Preqident will
address the forum in the Academy
of Music, organized by Edward Bok.
They will spend the night with the
governor of Pennsylvania and Mrs.
Sproul at Chester, Pa.
The prernier of France, M. Briand.
entertained the French delegation to
the arms conference at lunrheon yes
terday at the Willard. following the
ceremonies at Arlington. Marshal
.Foch paid a call upon the premier
during the afternoon and joined him
at the luncheon table where he re
mained an hour before leaving fos
Premier Briand also entertained a
company of six at dinner last eve
king in the cabinet room at the
M. Cartheron, secretary of the
French delegation to the conference
on lfmitation of armament, enter
tained twenty at dinner last evening in
the diplomatic room at the Willard.
Mrs. James McDonald will entertain
at dinnier this evening In honor of the
Chilean Ambasador and Mine. Ma
thieu. Covers will be laid for twenty
eight guests, whIch will include the
minister of the Serbs, Croats and
Blovenes and Mine. Grouitch, and
their guests Mr. and Mrs. George
Mathews of Buffalo, and Lady Henry,
of London, a guest of the hostess.3
Mrs. McDonald has recently returned I
from a visit to New York.
Sir Harold Stiles of Edinburgh, I
Scotland, who ham been visiting Dr. I
and Mr-s. Tom Williams, has left
Washington. and will sail on Novem
ber 16& on board the Aquitania, after
Visiting Boston and New York.
Mrs. Wade Ellis was hostess to
day at a luncheon of twelve guests,
Mrs. William S. Kenyon, Mrs. Harry
Woodyard. Mrs. Eugene Ponmerroy,
Mrs. Charles Gtray Matthews, Mrs.
John Walker Holcombe, Mrs. WiI-)
Diamson, Mrs. Taylor. widow of Bena- 4
tor Tayvlor of Tennessee; Mrs. Charles
Mec~enny, Mrd. William F. Ham,
16th ad V Si
Table d'IHote .
A gentleman said to our manage
today the statement was made thi
derved at the Hadleigh Hotel ini
4taternent, but we knew that the
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Annm Perkins Stewart and Miss
Mrs. Llia will entertain at dinner
Mrs. Homer Hoch bas returned
tram the West where she bae been
for soa time, and has taken the
bouse, 1843 Monroe street.
Paul de Hevesy. Hungarian coun
eelar ot legation. will entertain at
dinner tonight at Wardman Park
Hotel in honor ot Count and Count
e 8sechepyl. Cover will be laid
Eatertain A* Lunebeen.
Mrs. Theodore V. Boynton enter
taned at lundheon today in honor of
Mrs. Thomas Barber. of Southamp
ton, who Is staying at the Lafayette
Hotel. Covers werelaid for twelve.
Mrs. Boynton recently has been
decorated by the French government
with the "Medalle do Reconnais
Tickets for the ball and pageant to
be given by the National Woman's
Foundation on November 16 can be
purchased from Miss Katherine Judge
at 1785 Massachusetts avenue; Mrs.
E. Bayard Halsted, at Wardman
Park Hotel, at the Woman's Founda
tion headquarters, at the Shoreham
Hotel and other hotels.
Senor do Cardenas, counselor of
the Spanish embassy, will entertain
at dinner tonight for Mr. and Mrs.
Henry L. Roosevelt. of New York,
who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eld
A number of luncheon parties were
given yesterday at the Shoreham 'by
persons who had attejpded the cere
monies at Arlington. Henry Morgan
thau, formerly American ambassador
to Turkey, had six guests with him.
Lord Sandwich was a guest of
Colonel Lindsay, who also enter
ained Mrs. Poe White and Miss
Sturges. CUl. H. H. Lehman had a
party of seven and Comman4:r and
Mrs. EdwArd R. Eberle entertained
a party of eight.
The minister of Rumania, Prince
Bibesco, has gone to New York to
meet Princess Bibesco, who will ar
rive there aboard the Aquitania. which
is expected to dock at 3 o'clock. The
minister and Princess Bibesco will re
main in New York over the week-end
and will be accompanied to Wash
ington Monday by Miss Nan Tennant,
cousin of Princess Bibesco and a sister
of Mr. Hugh V. Tennant, attacl # of
the British embassy.
Armistice Day Guesta.
Mrs. William C. Rivers, wife of the
m0mmandant of Fort Myer, invited a
number of friends to her porch yester
lay morning to view the Armistice
Day parade. After the procession had
passed, the company gathered indoors
for coffee and chocolate. At the table,
entered with a silver vase of long
stemmed American Beauty roses, were
Mrs. William Kearney Carr, presiding
aver the chocolate pot, and Mrs. Min
egerode Andrews pouring coffee. Mrs.
Eliphalet Frazer Andrews assisted.
Among the guests were Mrs. George
Barnett, Miss Anne Gordon. Mrs.
Raisin, of Baltimoro; Mrs. George D.
Hope. Mrs. Charles 0. Mathews, Mrs.
3. H. Peck, Mrs. Julian James. Mrs.
C'. C. Tucker. Dr. and Mrs. Davenport
White, Capt. and Mrs. Ralph Hills,
Urn. Alexander Sharp, isr., Mrs. Alex
Lnder Sharp, jr.. Miss Ethel Chase, and
,Urs. Victor Kauffmann.
Mrs. Archibald Oracle will be at
iome tomorrow afternoon between
he hours of 4 and 6:30 o'clock in com
aliment to Mrs. Wesley-Watson, of
Qingland, who is her guest for thq
winter. Mrs. Wesley-Watson will re
yeive with Mrs. Gracie. and presiding
Lt the tea table will be Mme. Grouitch,
rife of the minister of the Serbs,
Nroats, and Slovenes, and Mrs. Henry
lay Bradley. Mrs. Bradley also is
.he house guest of Mrs. Oracle for a
'ew days. Col. Charles Hann, Jr., ap
ointed by the governor of New York
o represent that State at the Armi
tice Day ceremonies, also has been
dra. Gracle's guest over the holiday.]
Mrsn. Eugene Villaret, wife of Major
,lllaret, Assistant Military Attache of
he American Embassy in Paris, who
ias been in Washington for several
nonths visiting her parents, Mr. and
drs. Fre-derick L. Harvey, passed
everal days at the Hotel Astor in
ew York before sailing to join her
unhand in France. Mrs. Villaret, who
ras a Washington debutante two years
tgo, - ,se accompanied to New York
iy her mother who remained to see
ir sail on the Cantigny. A grand
aughter of Judge William 8. Holman,
irs. Villaret, who wan Miss Abagail
lolmnan Harvey, married the grand
ion of Admiral Villaret do Joyeuse,
rho served under Napoleon.
Dr. 10dgar Snowden will leave1
Wjashington Monday for Wadesboro,
4. C., where he will be married on
Wednesday to Miss Julia Bennett
Surns, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
'harlee M. Burns, of that city. The
eremony will be performed at 8
'clock at the home of the bride,
rets N. W.
I' EVERY EVENING
pr recently that "At a luncheon
t the beat dinner in town was f
:he Salon." That was a broad
quality and service cannet be
Z the Rev. Dr. S. A. Wallis officlat,
Ing. The bride will be attended by
her sister, Miss Margie Burns. as
maid of honor, and will also have
several bridesmaids. The best man
will be E. Benton Berry. of this city.
A reception will follow the cere
mony. After a wedding trip Dr.
Snowden and his bride will reside
at 1820 8 street.
Sir John Jordon of London is a
guest at the LaFayette Hotel.
Mr. Albert Forster, of New York
and Baltimore, brother of Rudolph
Forster. Assistant kecretary to the
President, after a vit here with Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Armstrong, left for
New York Sunday, where he wailed on
the S. B. George Washington, for
Hon. H. V. 8. Sastri and Mr. 0.
Bajpal. representatives of India at
the Arms Conferen-e, were the guests
of honor at the Hindu dinner at the
Art& Club on Thursday, November 10.
Mrs. Farrington and Miss Bertha
Noyes were the hostesses. The
dinner was a unique affair.
The program that followed. In the
candle-lit music room and library was
one of the most interesting of the
season. Mr. Bajpal gave a delightful
talk on India. touching upon the
religions of the different sections of
the country. He spoke also of the
vast resources of India. and its re
cently developed manufactures, clos
ing with the effect of the war on the
political situation. Mr. Bajpal is an
eloquent speaker, with a perfect com
mand of English which he speaks
with an English accent.
After an hour of informal story
telling, the speaker was presented to
the individual club members and their
Mrs. John Biddle Porter and Mise
Catherine Rush Porter have re-open
ed their home 1732 I street for the
There will be a distinguished
audience present tomorrow after
noon at the Shubert-GArrick
Theater to attend the mass meeting
in celebration of Red Cross Sun
day. It will be a national and an
international observance and the
speakers will include Prince To
kugawa, of Japan; Admiral Tsai
Ting-kan. of China; General Buat,
chief of staff of the French Army;
W. S. Srinivasa Sastri, a member of
the vice regal council of the govern
ment of India; his excellency
Schanzer, ex-minister of the treas
ury for Italy, and Selicien Cattier,
Seats on the stage have been re
served for Mrs. Warren G. Harding
and Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, Miss Mabel
Boardman. and Lady Harcourt,
hairman of the London branch. The
boxes wil Tbe occupied by Mrs. William
Howatd Taft ard the staffs of the
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schawh
will be at home tomorrow evening
from 8 to 10:30 o'clock in honor of
the confirmation of their son.
Mrs. Calvin Coolidge heads the list'
of patrons and patronesses for the
Falk-Wentworth recital at the New
Masonic Auditorium on Monday even
Ing, November 14. In addition to
Mlrs. Coolidge. the list includes Mrs.
Newton D. Baker, Mme. Frieda Hem
pel, Mme. Marguerita Sylva, Mrs.
Peter Drury, Mrs. Nanette B. Paul,
Mrs. Mary Brooks Ramadell, Emanuel
ad, of the Peabody faculty; Edouard
Albion, Edgar T. Paul. S. E. Chris
tiani, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bleyden,
Miss Julia Schelling. Mrs. Ethel H.
Gawler, Mrs. William T. Reed. Miss
Ressie Shreiner. Mrs. William E. An
Irews, Mrs. Elizabeth Daniels, and
George Miller. .
Washington will be particularly in
terested in hearing Miss Wontworth.
for she lived here during her school
years at Fairmont Seminary. Miss
WVntworth is a singer of great charm
nd magnetic personality, with a
voice of wonderful richness and
eauty. She sang "guest" perforna
rnces at the Royal Opera houses in
Vienna and Berlin and at the opera
wouses in Frankfurt and in Florence,
[taly. 8he has also sung with the
'hicago Symphony Orchestra.
Jules Falk, a pupil of Prof. Ottaker
!evick, and later of Ysaye, has
ichieved too much by his energy, ar-1
:stic enthusiasm and personality to
-equire much in a way of exploitation
:o lovers of violin music. The instru
nent owned by Mr. Falk was made in
1723 by Stradivarius for his greet
'ried, the Count Salabue. The re
ital is under the auspices of the
Wiu Phi Epsilon National Honorary
ituuical Sorority. Tickets are on
ale at the office of T. Arthur Smith,
[n., 1306 0 street.
The Louisiana Society of Washing
dni has issued invitations to a re
eption in honor of Glovernor o$
'..uisiana John M. Parker, to be held
bionday evening at U o'clock at the
The reception will be followed by
Fete at Washington Club.
The new members of the Wash
ngten club will be the guests of
tonor at a reception to be held ati
he club this afternoon. These In
oral Saturday afternoons have be
:ome a feature of the season.
The entertainment 'ommi~ttee con
ists of Miss Dorinda E. Rogers,
:hairman; Mrs. Delos A. Bllodjcett, i
dra. Wilbur John Carr, Mrs. A.
-loward Clark, Mrs. William F. Den
is, Mrs. John C. Flournoy, Mrs.
luy Despard Gloff, Mrs. William
-faywood, Mrs. Walter 8. Hutchins,
dri. Wilton J. Lambert. Mrs, Fred
rick Marsh, Miss Clara W. Mc
luown, Mrs. Edward R, Stitt, Mrs.
Iorge Theohold, Mrs. Frederick W.
ran Slyke, and Mrs. Absalom Waller.
The engagement of Miss Mirgaret
lea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
lea, of Pittsburgh, to John, \Vriter
imith Foster, son of Mrs. Arthur
ouglas Foster, and grandson of the
ommr Senator John Walte'r Smith,
f Maryland is announced. No date'
as been set for the wedding.
Mrs. Merritte W. Ireland will be
ostess at a tea this afternoon in
er apartment at the Wyoming in'
onor of Mrs. H. A. Dwight. of:
~hicago, who is visiting her. Mrs.
reland wrill be assisted in enter
mining Mrs. Hubert Werk. wife
'lneral; Mrs. Palmer. wife of Coloner
Pasmer; Mrs. Belden pencer. Mrs.
Itoer Delaney, Mrs. Percy Jonts.
Mrs. Richard La Guarde, Mrs. C. It.
Darne and Mrs. R. L. Whitcomb.
Mrs. Fairfax Stuart Landstreet
has arrived from New York to visit
her sister. Mrs. George F. Downey.
National headquarters of the Amer
ican Red Cross was filled yesterday
afternoon with "war veterans" of the
organisation who had come to the
Capital to participate in the Armistice
Day ceremonies. Several hundrdd of
these. including Red Cross nurses.
7anteen and other overseas workers.
ad workers on the home front, many
of whom had not seen each other
since the days of the world war, met
In reunion. Tea was served in the
assembly hall from 3 to 5 o'clock. the
hostesses being the following:
Mrs. August Belmont, of New York,
member of the Coptral Commitsee;
Mrs. Oswald Chew, Radnor, Pa., pres
ident of the National Woman's Over.
seas League; Miss Alice Chittenden,
president of the New York County
Women's Overseas League; Miss
Margaret Hood. president of the
District of Columbia Women's Over
seas League: Mrs. Guy Waring. of
Pride's Crossing, Mass.; and. Mrs.
John Morehead, of New York.
In addition to the reunion and te
there was the largest throng of
visitors that have ever visited Red
Cross Building in one day, several
thousand persons inspecting the war
relics in the museum. At noon the
great bell, gift of the Philadelphia
Council of National Defense, which
during the war signalled the "silent
moment." was tolled for two minutes
in honor of the war dead.
Tnvitations to subscribe to the boxes
for the charity ball to be given for
the benefit of the children's hospital
at the Willard on January 9 are be~tg
issued by Mrs. C. C. Glover. Jr., chair
man of the ball committee, and by
Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, vice chair
This ball was long known as the
charity ball. being for many years the
only one given in the city.
Since Mr. Cleveland's first admin
istration it has been the custom of
the Presidents of the United States
and of the ladies presiding at the
White House to attend these balls.
President and Mrs. Harding have al
lowed it to be known that they hope
to be able to continue this precedent.
The Navy Relief District Auxiliary
has sent complimentary tickets to
the fdreign naval attaches for the
ball to be held Thanksgiving evening
at the Willard. The hall promises to
be one of great success and the bril
liancy of the scene will be greatly
enhanced by the uniforms of the at
The Woman's Club of Bethesda will
give a "Bridge" Tuesday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.,
Frank McMillin. 6605 Wisconsin av'
nue, for the benefit of the Montgom
ery County General Hospital In
Sandy Spring. At the last meeting of,
the Woman's Club of Bethesda on I
last Tuesday, Miss Anna Farquhar
addressed the club. She spoke of the
splendid corps of nurses they now
have and invited all to visit the Hos-|
pital on "Donation Day," November I
26, when tea will be served.
The IVonorable and Mrs. Wesley
Watson. of Cardagon Garden. London.
who are the guests of Mrs. Archi
bald Gracie. will be at home with
Mrs. Gracle on Sunday afternoon.
from 4:30 o'clock to 6:30 o'clock.
Col. and Mrs. P. J. H. Farrell. of
Chicago. entertained at dinner last
Thursday night at the Army and
Navy Club, having as their guestm
Gen. and Mrs. E. A. Helmick, Gen
Q. I. Harries. Col. and Mrs. Frank
C. Marshall. Maj. and Mrs. Robert
Dunlop, Mrs. A. Lott, Capt. R. L.
Montogaue and Lieut. Farrell.
Mr William Marshall Bullitt. for
mer solictor general of the Unted
States, and Mrs. Bulltt, have taken
Above K Street
Samuel J. Steinbeger,.
A staff et esperte-reer werk bask
ere'e Is s mtsutea
George Eustis Cochran's house. 171T
I str74 northwest, for the wintdr.
The awetary of dmmerce and
Mrs. Hooier have as their guests Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Young. Mr. and Mrs.
V. Everett Colby and Mr. and Mrs.
Everett Macy, of New York. who ar
rived in Washington last evening and
will remain until Monday.
The delegates from Italy to the
arms conference will be the guests of
honor at a dinner to be given Novem
ber 16 by Mrs. Henry F. Dimock. Mrs.
Dimock will entertain at a reception
at her residence on Scott circle. Mon
day afternoon following the caer
moniles in connection with the laying
of the cornerstone of the national
A reception in honor of Miss'Anna
Gordon of Chicago. Ill., national presi
dent of the Woman's Christian Tem
perance Union will be given at the
W. C. T. U. Building this evening at
I o'clock. In the receiving line with
Mrs. Emma Sanford Shelton, will be
the other honor guests. Mme. Kosaki,
national president of the W. C. T. U.
of Japan; Mrs. Lena Yost, Mrs. J. M.
Frissell. Mrs. Cabot Lodge Stevens
and the District officers.
Mrs. James W. Doocy will make the
The Gentlewomen's League will,
have a house warming tea for the
formal opening of their new head
quarters on Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Davenport White will act
as hostess and will have ansasting
her the members of the board who
are Mrs. C. C. Marbury. president;
Mrs. Rya Devereux, Mrs. Frank An
derson. vice presidents, and Miss
Mary Ambler, Mrs. Gibbs Baker.
Mrs. Wallace C. Burnet. Miss
Chancellor, Miss Kate Colt. Mrs.
Bradley Davidson, Mrs. R. A. Hea
ton. Mrs. Charles Keene, Mrs.
Thomas Lockwood, Mrs. William Nel
sqn' Page, Mrn. John Ritchie, and
Mrs. Absolom Waller.
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