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IN GOTHAM'S SMART SOCIETY, f
By Margaret Watts De Pey3ter.
New York, Dec. 23. The announcement of the
engagement of Miss Vivian Gould, second daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gould, to Lord De
cies has been the event of greatest interest to
society In New York during the present season.
The announcement coming from London as it did
was a little premature and upset the plans of Mr.
and Mrs. Gould, who had intended making an
nouncement of the betrothal at a dance to be given
at their Fifth avenue 'mansion January 19. The
dinner at which the announcement was to be made
is to be one of a series of entertainments to mark
Miss Gould's debut into society. Invitations were
out for the dinner when the report of the engage
ment was published from London. However, the
Gould family did not deny the report. Miss Gould,
who Is but eighteen yearq of age, is one of the
season's most charming debutantes. Lord Decles
is forty-four and soldierly in appearance.
For several weeks past, following a house party
at Georgian Court, the Lakewood home of the
George J. Goulds, he has been a guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel in their new home, No.
1015 Fifth avenue.
A marriage of much interest to society of not
only New York but Boston and other centers In
the East was that of Miss Dorothy Lawson, third
daughter of Thomas W. Lawson, to Henry McCall,
son of Congressman, Samuel W. McCall, of Win
chester, which took place at the country estate of
Mr. Lawson. Dreamworld, Egypt, Mass. The cere
mony was performed in an enclosed veranda
where the marriage of the two older daughters had
It was a snow wedding, and Dreamworld, per
haps the most beautiful private estate in eastern
Massachusetts, was becomingly arrayed in white.
Snow hung from the shrubs and branches of the
trees and covered the roofs and lay like a white
carpet all about the estate.
The veranda, which accommodates 300 per
sons, was crowded. It had been decorated with
holly, pine and laurel, hundreds of small elec
tric lights of many colors shining through the
branches and doves flying among them. An or
chestra was placed in a loft, hidden by shrubbery.
Miss Lawson's only attendant was her younger
sister, Miss "Bunny" Lawson, and the best man
was S. Dacre Bush II.
The present visit of the Prince and Princess
RadziwIU to the home country of the princess is
the first since her marriage. She was formerly
Miss Dorothy Deacon, daughter of Parker Deacon,
of Boston, who was very wealthy. Her mother is
Mrs. Baldwin and makes her home abroad.
After a stay of some days in New York, during
which time they were guests at the St. Regis,
they went to Boston to be the guests of relatives.
The wedding of Miss Deacon and the Prince
RadziwIU In London was an international sensa
tion last August. The wedding date and place
was announced and a fashionable company as
sembled, but for some unknown reason the wed
ding did not take place. There were several ex
planations offered, one that the grandmother of
the Prince had interposed an eleventh hour ob
jection; another that the necessary papers had
not arrived, and a third from Mrs. Baldwin that
the announcement of the wedding had been unau
thorized. J A fortnight later the couple were quietly mar-
The supreme court having upheld the suffi
ciency of the Indictments against F. August
Heinze, that individual finds himself in more kinds
of a pickle than the famous B'7.
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