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Mrs, Winters C. Preston bss ssnt out
Invitations (or the debut dance ?( bor
daughtsr. Miss Caroline Preston, on
the evening of Monday. December ..
at ? o'clock. The dance will be given
la the ballroom of the Jefferson Ho?
tel, and will be a very brilliant and
Lease foe Staute*.
Miss Annie H?ge left town yesterday
for Stauntoa, where sbe will attend
tbe Wllson-Ollkeson wedding la that
place on Wednesday of next week.
Miss Fanny Scott Beverlsy. of "Bland
field." has also gone to Staunton for
Miss Giikesan's wedding;, and will
spend soms time there visiting friends
before returning to her home In Es?
At ?altlsasrs Pones.
Tbe Baltimore Sun of Wednesday
morning contains tbs following of in?
terest to Richmond society:
"Miss Ruth Martin, one of tbe pretti.
est debutantes of the season, was the
guest of honor Tuesday evening at a de?
lightful dance given at tbe Baltimore
Country Club 'ujr Doctor and Mrs. '
Archibald C. Harrison and their'
daughter. Miss Mary Randolph Harri- ;
son. The ballroom was decorated with '
pal ma and smilax and yellow chrysan- :
themums and an orchestra played for
dancing and during tbe sdated supper,
which was served at midnight. The
guests Included about 150, tbe Invita?
tions being limited to debutantes of
this and last season and young men.'
Special cars left Roland Park for ?
Baltimore at 3:15 o'clock this morning
to convey the guests back to the city.
"The out-of-town guests included
Ml*s Bessie Richardson, of Richmond.
Miss Clemence Cheston and Miss Mar
Joris Burwell. of West River. Md. '
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seay. of Sis
Couth Fifth Street, announce the en?
gagement and approaching marriage
of their daughter. M'ss Mary Lena
Seay. to William Russell Olesson, of
Xing William County. The wedding;
will be celebrated on the morning of'
Wednesday. November 17.
Palms, bay trees and lighted candles
decorated tbe home of Mrs. Hallie]
Catlln Davis. 115 South Third Street.;
yesterday afternoon at half-past f
o'clock, when her daughter. Miss Re?
becca Allen Davis, waa married to j
William Dlingfleld Meredith. Dr. W. J.
Young, pastor of Centenary Methodist
Church, performed the ceremony, and
James T. Catlln. of Danville, gars bis
niece away. Miss Mary Lewis played
the wedding marches
The bride ware a sown of white j
Charmeuse trimmed la real lace and j
pearls, snd carried a bouquet of white I
Dun lop Flour
It Makes Erorytlilng
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Arncci . Ar-isilc in
-At Mof.cv.tc Pncvs
REIN ACH, Inc.
107 E. BROAD STREET
Misses* Outer AppareL
HAVE TOU SEEN THE
New MetM Gas Raps
Special displays of new fall styles la
Woatea's Apparel _
The Best is Furniture |
JOaWS ^a^TQ^^ C^sj IbCs
141S-1420 E. Mahl St.
Dr. Jaeger Underwear
33 1-3 per cent aider
Sale of Waists,
$198 and $2.98
Special assortment of Lin?
gerie and Tailored Goods for
I roses end lilies of the valley. Hex I
! tull v?ll fell from a cap of lace and;
j a wreath of lilies of the valley, and
: she wore pearl ornaments. Salsa Hax
1 rtet Elisabeth Davis, who was maid of,
. honor, worn green Charmeuse and car-:
I rled a bouquet of white rose*. The!
bridesmaids ware Misses Mary Vir*!
i ginla Sydnor and Grace Mallory. of1
i LewreDCcvllle. Their gowns were of|
white chiffon over green satin, and ?
I they carried conventional bouquets of.
i ferns and white tulle. The ribbons
' were held by little Lucy Wilson Davis'
' and Francis Clay Lud lam. who wore;
; frocks of white net with green rlo-I
bona. Bernard Clark Meredith was his;
' brother's beat man.
The groomsmen were James ?.
\ Blrother and Ben J. Seymour. William
! Catlin was master of ceremonies.
A bridge tournament' will be held in
' the palm garden of the Jefferson Hotel
on next Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock
unotr the direction of the Girls' Club 1
Auxiliary to the Belle Bryan Day
I Nursery. Mrs. Stewart Hume. Miss
Mabel Walker and Miss Posy Meredith
will direct the tournament.
Besse V> e*?gl?g.
The niariago of Miss Edna Davis
Heller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Heller, to Seymour J. Schulhofer. of
Alken. 8. C, was celebrated yesterday
afternoon at o o'clock in the home of'
I the bride s parents. 1S2S Wast Grace
Street The ceremony was performed
by Dr. E- N. Celiech.
The bride wore a gown of gray crepe j
meteor and carried a white kid Bible:
marked w*th. lillea of the valley and
caught with Toaettes of white ribbon.
The parlors and dining-room were dec?
orated with palms, pink roaea and sml
lax. On accoimt of recent bereace
meat In the family, the wedding was a
, quiet one.
I After the wedding dinner Mr. and
Mrs. Schulhofer left on a Southern
tour, which will Include palm Beach
ah< Cuba, after which they will be at
j home" In Alken. 8. C.
Mrs. Hugh Miller, of Glnter Park,
entertained a small and informal tea
I party at the Arts and Crafts shop Tues?
day afternoon In honor it her sister.
Miss Popper-helm, of Charleston. & C
who Is her guest- The table was dec?
orated in pink n
A wadding of mach Interest to soci?
ety in Chester and throughout the
State was celebrated at 5 o'clock yes?
terday afternoon in the Methodist
Episcopal Church. Cheater, when Miss
Henrietta Friend Lyne. daughter of
Mrs 8. E. Lyne. became the bride of
William J. Bailey, son of Mrs. Lula
Bailey, of South Rchmond. The Bar.
L. L. Scherer performed the ceremony,
and decorations wars la lavender and
white flowers, running cedar and
The bride worn a traveling gown of
gray cloth, with a bat to match, and
carried white Chrysanthen, ums She
entered the church with her maid of
honor. Miss Elisabeth Bailey. Miss
Bailey wore a gown of white silk,
trimmed In lace aad crystal, and also,
carried white chrysanthemums. The:
bridesmaids Misses Mattie Loa Moore
aad Annie Hatcher, wore frocks of lav- :
ander crepe de chine, finished with erys- ?
tal and lace, aad carried bouquets of:
Lyn wood Adams attended the groom'
as his best man, and the ushers ware ''
Leslie Edward Hatcher and Richard
Dun bar Moore. Little Elizabeth i
Thompson was ring bearer, and the!
ribbons were held by Martha Thomp-j
son and Lillian Hatcher.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey left immediately |
after the ceremony for a Southern [
wedding trip, etna an their return win)
make their home at Centralis. Mrs. |
S. E. Lyons entertained at her home
In Central la on Tuesday night the bri?
dal party. The parlors were deco-j
rated is chrysanthemums and ever?
greens, and a buffet sapper was served]
at 19 o'clock- The bride wore a hand-1
some gown of lavender charm ease
Abswt the Artgnertew rs-A
Mm Thomas 8. Bocock. who has]
charge of the Arlington Monument;
fund in this city, baa made the fol?
lowing report: The total fand] la new j
$12,560. and the earn at sterna of the
monument Is now In place. It la ex?
pected that the monument proper will j
be unveiled some Urne la Jane or July)
of the coming pear.
Miss Kate Wlnn entertained at cards
on Saturday evening of last weak at I
her home. 9*3 Waat Grace Street, In '
honor of Mies Rennet, of Salem, who la
visiting Miss Elizabeth Tyler. Miss
Wlnn's guests were Miss Kennet, Mass
Elizabeth TTlar. Miss Elisabeth Late
Conrfhey. Mies Easily Barren. Miss
Jennie Pearce, Miss Man Pierce. Mass
Grace Cottrell. Miss Martha Sutherland.
Rollins Amtnons, C W. MacFarlaa, Jr..
Wellington CottrelL Bebtrt Ancarrow.
Denny Wright X. T. Brown. Buford
Rose and Dr. Broaddna. Snpatt ?ras
served at 11 o'clock, and Mlea Kan,
Pierce was awarded the first prise.'
Miss Rennet winning the second. N.i
T. Brown wen the first prize for the
and Wellington CsttreU the booby
Dr. J. C Met calf will not gtre
lecture on The Book of Job- at
Woman's cloh to-aeorre-w
The lectare wfll be delivered at
Invitations have been Issued by
Beverley A. Hancock for the mar
of bar daaghter. Coraeila Taylor
Dr. William Paster ' " '
tots. N- C tau
-The Haass That Js
siseeaita at the Acnd
aa TU i !?! n distract tho ?*
the ehUarea mm* wttt mt mm ????**?? *?
their seats MM the trat set m
"Sm. Mm U Briton, mt ??
Belvldere Street. ?SSSSSMjgS S**r
rtese of their daughter. Flesst*. to C.
P Hanewtnckal. The wedding took
piece on November 1? ts Wsslisetfss.
The Boa thorn German ?ab ?Hl s*ve
a formet boll this evening ?4 ?SS CSS
servatory of Music Heil, ?rnor of
Laurel u< Breed Street?. and there
will be about forty-nee ooupUe daac
lns- The bait room will be decorated
la the colors of the cltib, blue and sal*
and refreahmenta will be eerTOd auring
the Intermission. A number of out-of
town truest from New Orleans and
Went Virginia will attend the Sance
this evening, which promises to he aa
unusually brilliant entertainment.
A german will be siren this avenlng
In Harrison Hail, under the direction
of the Ladies' Auxiliary of Owls Ar?
rangements for the dance are very
elaborate, and the affair srttl be a very
Interesting and pleasing svent.
Mrs. Kouert a> Peyton. #*? and lit
tle son. are visiting relatives near Boa
Air for a week.
Mra M. Bonnsy. was has been visit?
ing aer?, a?o gou? to Baluoiors to
?i?tuu the winter with bar son,
Mise Virginia Hosier, of this city,
has been th* recent guest of Mra K.
i. Richards, In King William.
Mies Clare Randolph Goods, of Balti?
more, will come to Richmond next
week to visit friends for several days.
Miss Mary Johnston and Mrs. B. B.
Valentine have gone to Philadelphia,
where they will apead several days
Edward J. Duffy and Andrew La
Pine, of New York, are stopping at
the Jefferson Hate) here.
Mra Eda Wessermen. of Mew York,
la the guest of Mra Myer Frank at!
ber apartment st Ores ham Court.
Miss Sadie Hlnes New by. of Becky
Mount, M. C la vial ting bar aunt. Mrs.
J. W. Johnson, at 510 West Thirteenth
Street, South Richmond.
Mra. John Newstead Tabh. of Olou- !
rank from i
mi the delicate Irac-wl
tabes which clog with
for dar Money?at
If is doubt, go to Tragle's Drag Store.
Bsskks Ftratre Cr
7 Wswl Broad St
Tk E. E. Tajkr Cs.
Mea's 75c Percale
Full cut and fast col- CQ ~
or*; sale price. ?/*7C
caster, who has been in Near York. Is
now in Richmond. J
a Brooke Doggett. of Mil West
Maine Street, has recently returned
from a visit to his son. Cadet David
8. Doggett, of the V. P. L
Dr. W. H. O. McQei.ee. formerly ef
this city, now of Cincinnati, la visiting
his siater. Mrs. H. B. Sauford. at 840
West Grace Street.
[Special to The ii.nes-Dispatch]
Washington. Va.. November 2s.?The
most picturesque wedding of the au?
tumn season was that af Rev. W. j.
Reynolds, of Washington, Va*, aad Miss
Carolyns Rust Miller, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Robert E. Miller, of
Woodville. to>day. at the beatatiful
Sid ml Lebanon Church. The altar was
a bower of laurel aad chrysanthemums.
To the "Bridal Chorus*' from "-Lohen?
grin." played by Mrs Walton Wood,
accompanied by Dr. Prank Boland. of
Atlanta, on the violin, the bride ad?
vanced to the altar on the arm of her
brother. R W. Millar, who gave her
hand in marriage. A. J. Reynolds, of
Richmond, officiated as best man, and
the ushers were John A. Keyaer. Prank
Jones. Hugh Miller and William Tan
cey. The ceremony eras performed by.
Dr. George McDanlel. of Richmond, as- |
slated by Dr. John Reach Straten, of
Just before the entrance of the bridal!
party. "Because" waa snag by the per- j
aonal friends of the bride. Misses Vir-!
glnla Mason. Annie Belle Mason. Vir-'
glnia Browning. W. T. Tancey, John
Snead and Prank MoffetL The matron
of honor waa Mrs. M C Woodward, of
Baltimore. Md.. who was gowngft in
pink Charmeuse aad earrted white
chrysanthemums; the attendants were
Mrs. R W. Miller, in white duchess
satin, carrying white chrysanthemums,
and Miss Rust, of Roanoke, in white
princess lace over pink satin, carrying
white chrysanthemums; the flower girls
were Misses Elisabeth Woodward, of
Baltimore, and Lucy Raid Brown, of,
Woodville, in white, carrying baskets!
of white chrysanthemums.
The bride's gown was white satin j
Charmeuse elaborately trimmed in i
du cheese lace, with a court train. She i
were a tulle veil and orange blossoms, 1
and carried lUiea of the valley. !
After an extended Northern trip. \
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds wOJ he at home ;
The bride Is well known in Rich-;
mond. where aha is a full graduate of
the Woman's College and has a host of
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.]
Chattanooga. Tenn., November 2?.?
Centenary Methodist Church here was |
the scene of a brilliant wedding at 7 !
o'clock this evening, when Miss Annie j
Keith Prasier, daughter of former'
United States Senator and Mrs. James
B. Fraaier. waa given in marriage (to
Robert Nugent Semerv'Ue, of Green?
ville, Miss. The wedding ceremony.
wL!ch waa witnessed by a throng of
guests, including many prominent per- i
gone from States la the South, waa
performed by the Rev. Clarence Nu- '
gent, of LoulsvlUe. an uncle of the
bridegroom The ring was used- The
bride, who is one of the South's most
beautiful and talented young women,
wore her mother's wedding gown,
which waa noted for Its old-style ele- j
gance and richness. She carried or?
chids and valley Ullas.
The maids, who wore white chiffon
and carried pink roeea, ware: Miss Sara
Kane Barker, of Bristol, Tenn.; Miss
Vira Harrison, of Macon. Mian; Miss
Maitland Marshall, of Waehington. D
C: Miss Eleanor SomervHle, of Qn-n
tiUe. Miss., and Miss Aahton Woodman,
of Charleston. W. Va. Miss Louise
Prasier. a siater of the bride, waa the
maid of honor. She wore pink chiffon :.
and carried pink roses
Abe Somervnie. a brother of the;
btldegioom, was host man, while the
other groomsmen ware Win Manier, of1
NaahvUla: McKay Tan Fleet, of Mem?
phis; Barry Love, of Greenville. Mise.,
aad Robert Nugent, of Mississippi.
tSpatial to The Times-Dispatch-]
Rocky Mount, Va*. November 20.?
Seott Memorial Church waa the scene
Of a beautiful rainbow wedding at S:M
o'clock tats aftstaoua warte Mies Car?
rie Leitwich Home, daughter of the
tote A. H. Home ass* Mrs. D. C Horns. J
tecame the bride of Walter Motley
White, aaa of Mr. and Mm C EL
White, of GeggtnerlUe- ike ring aar
nce of the Methodist Church waa need.
Rev. B W. "uunklev being the cele?
The sobers were Dr. g. W. Booker.
Dr. G. W. Sutherland. J. O. Martin aad
W. C. Mcaerree. The brtd
Coulbourne, af Weaashs, Mrs. U
bride, was apjfria of honor, aad Mis*;
Mabel Montgomery, maid af honor. |
Little Mass Lydia Diltora, la dainty I
lingerie frock, ware the rtag on a
white ato jeauthoanuaa.
W. R Angle was best man. and the
beide waa given away by her uncle,
Mr. Osstgu T. Heraa. eg Baaasha
Mrs. C B WHUa J bay ad Mendel
?aba's Wedding Marek, end daring the
"Believe Me If Those En-j
Following the church servier. Mr. I
aad Mrs. White left for a tea daj ?'
stay ta Mew Term, after which they ?
wbU he at home a* Hotel Rocky Mount.:
LORD MAYOR SPENDS
MUCH TIME FEASTING
Banquet Evary Other Night for
Year Is Sir
st iva sjiaaeajsjaaj na ssbiubot.
THE dty of London boo always
boon celebrated throughout tbo
world for tbo bountiful char?
acter of H* municipal bospeteJity; oo
much to. Indeed, that a widespread
impression prevail*, to tbo effect that
the lord mayor and aldermen of Lon?
don epend their entire time in (east-1
ing, not to aay gorging.
Thla im pre?ion 1* likely to b* oon
Armed by the assertion of Sir Thomas
Croaby. who boa Just retired from tbo
cbisf magistracy of the dty of Lon?
don, at the as* of eighty-two, that
during bis twelve months'term of of?
fice be bad attended no leas than its
official banquets, which, ottmdnating
Sandaye, means a ban saps, on ovary
second nicht of the year, with a few,
more thrown fa*.
Fortunately old sir Thomas Creaky |
? a physician?the first of bis profan? i
ion to hold ths office of lord mayor Inj
all the lone; list of cittsene to Sil that'
chair?near a thousand of ansm sJsos'
ihe days of William the Conqueror, i
It has only been by moot carsfnlly I
systematizing hi* life, and sbove all
? s d.r-t. that he baa been able to aar?
vlve this Gargantuan hospitality.
There wag one thing which Str |
Thomas insisted upon, namely, thsst at i
all banquets which he attended ta has j
lord mayor, music between
as toasts should be oawtbsd, so as to
get all the speech-making over as i
quickly as possible and to enable those j
present to got to bed at an early hoar.
It is largely due to tUs that ho has
left Ns office with an unimpaired dl-1
geotion and la a condition of physical |
and mental vigor marvelous far hie j
advanced age. j
ft is not often that one Sad* the
Century Dictionary at fault Bat tt
is certainly wrong in its definition of
the term "Horse Marina- which tt
describes aa "one of an imaginary
corps of mounted marine soldiers,
hence a person oat of his element
and unlit for his place." Mow the
Horse Marines are not Imaginary In
any sense of the word They have
actually existed, and H waa a corps of
mounted marines, under the command
of Colonel Welchman. a cousin of
Maria Edgewortb, which played an Im?
portant part In conquering for the
Errgihrh the Dutch Bast Indie*, or
rather. I should aay. the island of Java,1
In mi and lilt, namely. Just a hun?
dred years ago.
Of course the marines did not bring
thelr mounts with them across the asa
to Java. Bot after the surrender of
the capital of the iakuid. Colonel
Welchman reqtrtelt?oeed all the boras*
In the dty. mounted hta marine* on
them and wdth tats fores of extempor?
ised cavalry?horse ms rinse ln the
truest sense of the word?swept
through the greater portion of the
island, taking many thousands of
prisoners, Including Dutch and even
French generals, and a
amount of treasure. Bo
rapid were the mo v entente of tbte force
of horse marines that the reststanea
-ncountered was instgnlfleaat and the
loss of Ufa on ths English sMa Infini?
tesimal. Everywhere the Dutch ware
taken by surprise and surrendered
without strikinc a blew, convinced,
until too late, that Oeteeen Welchman's
battalions of horse marine* eonahHoted
the advance guard of a eery much
SHU more SJBSS**! were the
at home at the
taken from them.
Raffles (subsequently knighted)
appointed lieutenant-governor, and tm
mediately entered upon a most ernes
tngly euuueeaful term of office, ruling
the island with the most consptcoooa
swc?sss and the moat gratifying re?
sults. Increasing the raven as eight?
fold, while reducing the bardena and
the vexatious feat or as of Is saiHen. bis
ahn being to make has adminiatrntSon
"not only without fear, hat without
reproach.** The Island waa rsetored to
the Dutch on the conclusion of peace
and the Dutch colonists war* aa
pleased with ths way la which they
had boon ruled by ehr Stamford that
hie name was and Is held la the high
eat regard, and I understand that there
la a statue erected by the Dutch ha ate
honor ta Bata-vte, She ussllsl of the
Krng Geonge's now master off C
hcwashola. Mr Derek Keppel, hi a'
younger brother of the Barl of Afbe-'
marie, and ha* bean <a the service of,
bis present sovereign for near a score
of years enjoying la eat aJtogetber ex-1
were lord mm* lady ta
ward VTL and Qweea
the tlm* of the Mttirt
Queen olnvoge ?Mir plans at ?he vary
last moment, upsetting aU tba taUlcaaa
81r Oarak takes the place of Oelsas!
Sir Charles Frederick, who was ap?
pointed master af King Edward's
heusshsld In HPT. on the retirement
of Lord Farqnhar. who now aaaamee
charge of the house of Queen Alex?
andra, at her particular request He 1?
a arty-rear-old officer of the OoM
?treani Guards, with which regiment he
I served in Egypt and a tnemw of the
family of which Sir Charles Frederick.
I seventh baronet, la the chief. Its
! founder was Christopher Frederick.
? principal physician of King James I.,
aad whose son. Sir John Frederick,
waa lord mayor ef London in ltd.
j ma one of the principal benefactors
of Christ's Hospital, furnishing most
I of the money needed for the rebuild
'? ihg of the ball after the great fire.
Sir Charles la a bachelor, aa extremely
, religious man. goes but little into so
' ctetp aad baa always bean a pnrtlcu
! lar favorite of Queen Alexandra.
(Copyright, lsll. by the Brentwood
[Special to The Tlmee-Dlapaceh.]
Onancock. Va.. November JO.?A very
pretty marriage waa solemnised at the
Baptist Church Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock, when atlas Elisabeth
Weaver Waseott daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Weecott, became the bride
of Edward Pitta Schult?, Rev L M.
Hitter unVlstlng. The church was
beautifully decorated In evergreens,
aganun aad ferne The bride, who en?
tered the church with her maid o*
honor. Mass Sarah E. Waples. waa
attired la a Mae tailored broadcloth
suit aad carried a bouquet of Bride
roses. MSas Waples wore a white
broadcloth suit, aad her flowers were
yellow chrysanthemums Ernest Hunt,
of cape Charles, waa hast man. and
Dr. John W. Robertatm. William Plfeh
ett Hopkins. Alfred B. O. Rogers and
J. William Duncan acted as ushers.
Mlaa Bertie Lee Waples played the
wedging march aad during the cere?
mony the sweet strains of "Annie
After a wedding breakfast at the
bride's home. Mr. and Mrs. Schnitt left
on the Northern ezprass for Niagara
Falls. They win reside la Onencock.
?Hagars Are Married,
tflpi ms* eo The Tlmeo Dtspsdoh.1
Bristol. Va.. November 20.?With a
triumphant smile, Miss Lulu E. Toner.
Of the Sdi.MWhad mom tot
digs art ?f our stocke aad 9m
service ahrsyt to be had here
tee of a wealthy Pennsylvania
men. at Honaker. Va, alighted
Norfolk and Weatern train
morning in company week
Jobnoon. aad the two were
reed, Roe. Mr. Wolf?. Methodic*,
doting Jehneoo aad
eloped from Honaker hate
night, aad motored a era? the
taine to Abingdon, thirty mtfea
: tons Journey over the mountains waa)
made tn the frosty chill of the night
air. the trip requbjlng from 11 o'oMaM
Tueeday kaght until I oYdook tad*
mornlnr Tn.*?*trride and groom re*
; turned this afternoon, accompanied hy
Mr. aad Mra Charles Lockhart, of
[Special to The Trmes-Dispatob-J
Gordonevtll*. Va, November 2?.?A.
brilliant assemblage of guest* gath?
ered this morning at id o'clock at the
I Blue Run Baptist Church. Bomsreet, to
witness the marriage of Ml? Elke
! Ryland Wool fork, daughter of Mr. en*
' Mrs. R Martin Wool fork, and Dr.\
Henry Yager, son of Mr. aad Mra. Wtt* *
1 ham M. Yager. Rev. W. Staates, of
Orange, performed the ceremony,
j The bride entered the church with
, her father, who gave her assay. Shd)
' wore a goings.way gown of blue heoadu
, cloth, with picture hat of the seme>
, shade, and carried Bride rose*.
! Mi? Sue France* Wool-fork, states's
' of the bride, was maid of honor, httsex,
Virginia Tager. sister of the groom:
j Ml? Gertrude Sinclair. Consta of tha
! groom; M3s* Mae Johnston and Ml?
! Knighton wore bridesmaid*
I Little MS? Esther Kitchsn. a* Sower.
1 girl, and Master Edward WooKork, an
j ring-bearer, preceded the bride to tha
! attar, whore she was met by the groom
i and hi* beat man. Dr. Sterling Welhoit,
! The ushers were .Granes Weihe?, Vo
i ther Walker. Baacora Rowlett and Jets
Mendebnmbn*e "Wedding Mee-ch."
1 processional aad rscesslontl. was ren?
dered by Miss Jane Watts, accompan?
ied on the violin by Mr. Price.
Immediately after the ceremony Dr.
end Mrs. Tager left for an extended
Southern wedding Journey. On their
return they will be at home to thehr
friends after December l at Somerset,
Ia Buying Silverware Always Insist on Knowing the Weight.
WEDDING GIFTS' OF KNOWN QUALITY
^ ? j Sti^ baadwrought ware is beyond question the most desirable rift for a
bride. The name stamped on every piece is conclusive evidence of worth; it
guarantees quality of workmanship, quality of material and correct gwafasgj
Soch a gift combines usefulness with permanent beauty and wins lasting appre?
ciation, not for a day only, bat for the lifetime.
Stieff silverware it sold only by The Stieff Company. To any one inter?
ested will be sent several designs of the pieces desired from the factory at Batti*
nore for selection. Illustrated catalog giving prices mailed upon rennest.
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