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Evening capital. [volume] (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, May 10, 1923, Image 3

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II ; Social and 1 J ersonal
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M m*rnor Ritchie
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Governor Ritchie will be the guest
■S'/ It'Tnard M liarucb while he is in
|S(7ew York to attend the testimonial
meeting to be hold at the Metropoii
*■ tart Opera House this evening in hon
mH or of the Volunteers of America at
S witch General and Mrs. Ballington
Booth will be presented with certifl-
B riits of distinguished service by
:■ rresident Harding
rl Visit I mr
B Vtltnlral McTully
*1 Mrs. McCully, of Anderson, S. C.,
V B ; visiting her son. Rear-Admiral
'IB Newton A. McCully and his seven
V Russian wards for whom he has taken
>■ a house in Washington.
T , .
■ dr*, t.ateh Going
I I o rhiladel|ihla
>B Mrs. Thonias Leigh Hatch is leav
-9 mg today with her children for Phil-
B idelphiu where she will spend a
ia month with Lieut.-Commander Hatch.
B who is attached to tiie 11. S. S. "Lam
tli son," now at the League Island Navy
I Yard.
Metering To
9 New Fngland
k Lieutenant and Mrs. Arthure Lang
■ field will start to motor to Newport,
bi R 1.. today where Lieutenant Lang-
B field will rejoin his ship the C. S. S.
■ “Bridgeport” Mrs Langfleld will
I spend several months in New Eng
land.
War I'erlnilfs It
Muse urn Of Art
An exhibition of war portraits by
eminent American artists and the Hal
stud legacy of rare furtiiture and
paintings will opes today at the Ilal
timore Museum of Art and will con
tinue to June It. There are 20 por
traits of diplomats and warriors of
many nations included in the exhibi
tion, among them being the portrait
of King Albert, of Belgium, by Dong
las Foil.; a portrait of Marshal Koch
by Edmund C. Tarbell; Admiful Sims
hy Irving R. Wiles; General Leman
by Tarbell; Prince Suionji by Charles
Hopklnson, and Admiral Beatty by
Cecilia Beaux.
The Halsted collection was be
qucathed to the Johns Hopkins Hos
pital by Dr. William S. Halsted. If
has been loaned to the museum. The
collection includes specimens of Chip
pendale, Sheraton. Empire and Hep
pelwhlte furniture.
The public will be admitted to the
museum without charge. A charge is
made for the Gari Melchers exhibi
tion, which Is still on view.
YMtorn Go To
Vi hint Ic City
Mrs. Henry Hewes, of Boston
Mass., uml Mrs. C. H. Krogg, of Houl
ton. Me., who have been visiting the
latter's sister-in-law. Mrs. Geneva
Kidder, of Shipwright street, left yes
terday for Atlantic; City.
Ihibney-lirown
Wedding Today
The marriage of Dr. William M.
Dabney, of Baltimore, and Mrs. Elsie
Brown, will take place this atfernoon
at 4 o'clock at "The Acres.” the es j
tate of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Par-1
num. at Media. Pa. Mr. Farnum is a ■
cousin of Brs. Brown.
The ceremony will he witnessed by i
a few intimate friends of Mrs. Brown:
and Dr. Dabney. The bride will he j
attended hy her two daughters, Mrs.
Theodore Marburg. Jr., and Miss!
Elizabeth Brown. Dr. Hugh H.
Young. wh(l went to New York last •
woke to mtmt the couple on their ar- >
rival from jpurope, will be best man. j
Mrs jpDrown. who is well known lo- (
| divorced her husband November
* 4. 1921. Before her marriage to Mr.
Brown on June 5, 1901. she was Miss'
Elizabeth Leiper Martin, of Philadl
phia. Dr. Dabney is a widower and
about 50 years old. His wife, Mrs.
Rosalie Diffenderfer Dabney, died
several years ago.
I ndies To Entertain
Order Of Moose
The Ladies* Chapter. No. 661. will
entertain the local Moose Lodge, No.
296. on Monday evening. May 14. at 8
o’clock. All members are cordially
urged to attend.
* j
To Entertain
French Club
Mrs. Charles C. Slayton, of 112 Duke
of Gloucester street, will entertain the
French Club at a buffet luncheon on
Tuesday next. It will he the chib’s
last meeting of the season.
Bridge Luncheon
For 1915 Club
The 1915 Bridge Club is being en-J
tertained today at a bridge luncheon
at Queen Anne's Cupboard. The hos- j
tesses of the club are Mrs. Arthur D. ]
Struhle and Mrs. L. B. Scott.
Afternoon
Bridge Tomorrow
Mrs. Myron Walker has invitations
out for a bridge party tomorrow after
noon at her residence in King Charles I
Place.
SHADY OAKS
FRIED SPRING CHICKEN WITH)
FRESH VEGETABLES
NOW SERVED.
P PHONE 126-M. alk
Mrs. Hmine's
Card Party
t Mrs. Clinton E. Braine, Jr., enter
a , tained at three tables of bridge yes
11 lerday afternoon in compliment to her
. i mother-in-law. Prizes were won by
. Mr*. Richard Morton. Mrs. Harry B.
t ILrd and Mrs. H. S. Green, of Rhode
jj Island, who is visiting her niece. Mr*.
Lucian C. Williams. Mrs. Williams
P j assisted the hostess.
firs. Corn 11 ostess
At Bridge
Mrs. William A. Corn, of 30 Mur
ray avenue, gave the second of her
[afternoon bridge parties yesterdiy, i
j j entertaining twelve guests.
i
Party For Admiral
\nd lira, Wilson
Doctor and Mrs. C. Alphonso Smith
entertained a company of forty last j
night at a supper party in compliment j
j to Admiral and Mrs. Henry B. Wilson.
I Pink and white carnations and lilacs
1 were the flowers used for decorating
' the house and the several tables, at
’ which the guests were seated. The
hostess was assisted by Mrs. John
Downes and Mrs. Macgillivray Milne.
Dance Tomorrow
U Carvel Hull
A dance will be given tomorrow !
night at Carvel Hall by one of the |
j high school clubs.
To Glie
Bridge Party
j Mrs. Hubert E. Paddock will enter
j tain at bridge on Monday afternoon
! next
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CORNS
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Sizes for corns, callouses, bunions. Get a
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FELICITY COVE FELICITY COVE
Beautiful Beyond Imagination.
Right on Chesapeake Bay.
Sandy Bathing Beach. Magnificent Shade Trees.
LOTS, $5OO AND UP.
Cottages To Rent and For Sale
Many Fine Coltayes Already Built. More Goiny Up.
j A. W. ANDREWS, Shady Side, Md.
FELICITY COVE FELICITY COVE
v:: breeze : Tnn^\
; Lunch : Tea *: Cards : Dancing j
Chicken Special Music
Waffle Wednesday and
Dinners Saturday Nights
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THE EVENING CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS. MARYLAND, THURSDAY, MAYAIO, Utt.
IMn -in, V - - *■ ■■ *•■ * - - i• i , ■, ( .
: Back From
Hound Of Visit*
Miss Elise Howell has returned
from a fortnight’s visit to Washing
ton. the Frankford Arsenal. Philadel
phia. and Aberdeen. She was accom*
i panied to Philadelphia and Aberdeen
by Captain and Mrs. W. J. Henry, of
Washington, the party making the
trip by motor.
Bridge Party *
I At Wardeur
Mi* Catherine Turner is giving a
brid; e party this evening for a num
ber of Sc John s College Cadets and
girls nf the younger set.
t om:aa To \ /
Visit Parents
Ensign Bradford Bartlett win ar
rive on Sunday to visit his parents,
Capt tin and Mru. F. W. Bartlett, of
King George street. Ensign Bartlett
is attached to the l\ S. S. North Da
j kota, now at Boston.
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I It may It* humiliating for politi
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