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ACTIVITIES IN RANKS OF THE
Plans Complete for Anmial Bazaar of
Little Mothers' Aid Association to
Be Held on Saturday.
Trie i-vgutM meeting of the 8tat* I
peme-cratic Fr-rom, Inc., hTre Kobtno A. |
I :?u. prvsithrrvt. will he held a' the
fiotel Ast or Tl?tir?dav. December S. it
8 #?> o'clock Gaeste ?rill be welcome?!
It wil' be gentlemen's das. ana the i
gv.cst <>f beaet and principal speaker
trill he Patrick F OaUal
The National Democratic Chib and '
ether organirwttonn interested In i
Democracy ?Will be rapwsente.l tlirough
> -.own speak- I
The Amencan Criterion OoeJoSj ?rfll
I n en PrMaj . December
a. at the Plasa at I2:S0 ?.lock Mrs
) Bill, the -, ? ill re
cc-vr. sssi I ,-.. -' - ef honor, I
Mie? Grace Fill Heath, <
: presi ' ? ?gae,
i ??. pros.?lent !
c a Sec ety el Keataeky S
. luncheon el 1 o'clock
i -. procr?ame ?
k ad? a nu ?iber o(
i ? ?olos by the Baeeian violinie-t,
1 acci>mpanied by Mrs
. e a of sonRs by
1 IcCrae, of in? I
?any. and impersonations of
i actreeaea by Mia? Anna
1 e society has taken a box
1 I 7 . Memoria'. Concert,
? tske place on Janaary 4 at
N ftshiT-Rton H? -1 " ?>ter. D. A ?
h. . y- J. Kramer, regent, will
? -,ts ennnal card rarty for the
benefit of it? .-? at the
Ws'dorf-A-stoT.s o? Setnrday, Decem
ha\c ch^'/e of the affair. M
T?. Kr? ivt charge of the door,
| ' - .-r- tit. HafT ef the bridge
i rank 1 eat of the euehre
room, aeeieted by the following com
i " Lor??
a M. Beee, Mrs W II
Mrs. Harvey K. Crone,
"hc-ft- P Smith, Mr?. Jacob C.
Stamler, Mrs. Joseph Wade, Mr?. Will?
iam P Pure, Mrs ] H. Samtielson and
Mrs Thomas K. Harris Ticket? may?
be obtain e-d from the chairman, Mrs
rail-field Mortimore. 295 West 122d st
V an hatten Chapter. D. A. R.. met on
? sday afternoon la the lecture
hall of the Country Life Permanent
Exposition, Grand Central Terminal
Ad illustrated lecture on Colonial his?
tory was given by Mus Marion H
Brazier, of Boston,
"Some Shakespearian Heroines" were
??.?eu*?-ed by Mis? Mannheimer, dire-jtor
cf the Cincinnati School of Expree
eion, at the last meeting of the Clio
Club, held on Monday at the Hotel
Aetor, Mr?. ?Charlee Milton Ford, presi?
dent of the club, presiding. Mrs. J. S.
Carvalho, chairman of the day, intro?
duced the reader, who gave excerpts
from "King John," "Henry V," "King
Lear" and "As You Like It."
Under the auspices of the Twentieth
Century Ckab, of Richmond Hill, a
Jacob Rile memorial meeting waa held
im Tuesday at the headquarters, on
Hillside e.v. Mrs. Charles Brace, pr?si?
dant, introduced the speakers, who
?were Dr. Evan?, rector of the Epis?
copal Church; Mr?. Willis O. Robb and
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On Tharaaay, December 1 Athene
win gfoa ,ts eaeaad luncheon of the
saaeaa ?t the WeMosf it will be
served ?? I o'clock, nn.i will be pte
reded by n reception ?? It:M and a
1 US SU ? .-. ,. i,' noon. A musical
pVOfrnUBI S >> II ? oncHi.i.- the at'; er
lU'.'i? Mr? Katherine A Martin, tho
prendii.t. will receive with the officers
tad Cue guests o! honor, who ?ill l??>
ihe Hon. Bertrand Breaetoa, Mrs
Elmer Black and Mr? Edwin DeWolf
Morse. presidium of the Manhat'an
Study Club Mr? Ftrnk !. Chiproan
will be chairman of the .'.n\
An.on?,- the guests at the card party
recently gum at the Waldorf were Mr
and Mrs William H Phelps, Dr, and
Mr? l'arl-n Philips, Mr and Mrs.
George SpeiTj Her. Miss Laurada
? hlpmaa, Miss Barrial Parker, Mr and
Mrs. Kienberg, of Elizabeth; Mr and
: Pulitser, Mr. and Mrs K.
Tatina. Mrs. Joshua Mine:. .lack lied
field Sears and Mrs. Allen t hsmber
Last Wednesday at the Hotel Mc
Alpin the National Society ot Patriotic
Women of Amer.ca held a cord game,
<h.- prorettds of which ore to be de
to carrying en the working
OS of the organization. Bridge,
fcuction. hearts, euchre and five hun
| dre?l wore p.ayed Mrs. Herbert E
Davidson was chairman
V "?ociai meeting of Charter Chapter,
DauRh'.ers of the I'nion, was held last
?".?day at the houie of the regent,
? Mrs. William H Stewart, 125 Riverside
1 Drive. A talk on "Art and Alaska" WM
given by the Alaskan art.st, I eonard
N .vis. Mis? Mythe M Clover,
chairman v* music in tbe Vat'onal t:.?
ciety of the Daughter.? . I the I'nion,
pln\e<! several piano selections, and
there were soprano solos by Miss
Tor.'ka Frese, accompanied by Eu
?olphe Frese, organist of the church at
? Snug Harbor.
i'ecember 11 this chapter will
. cord party at the Hotel Pelle
ele.re for the benefit of the Philan?
thropie Fvn?. Tickets may be obtained
from the chairman, Mrt? Herbert E.
Davidson, of MM West 121st St.
The National California Club held
the first of its aeremhly dances last
Friday night at the Hotel Astor On
the floor committee were Louis C
? White, George V. Hallctt, Robert S
I Howard and C. Dawes Claik.
The next assembly is scheduled for
i FTlday, December If?, at tVe tame place.,
I and In charge of the chairman, Mrs
j Thomas J. Vivian, of 407 West 123d at..
, and of the assistant chairman, Mrs.
I Louis C. Whit?, of 127 Weet 82d st..
from cither of whom tickets may be
obtained. Californien! and their
friends are especially invited to join l.i
these social dances
Under the auspices of the National
j Society. United Sutes Daughter! of
| 1812, Miss Janet Richards gave two
I more of her "Talks on Current Topies"
I on Friday and Saturday The next
1 talks will take place on Friday, Decem
! her 4. and Saturday, December 6, at
Sherry's, under the management of Mrs
William GetTy Slude, of 832 Weht
The annml baiaar for tlie benefit ?f
the Little Mothers' Aid Association, of
which Mrs. Clarence Burns is presi?
dent, will be held in the grand ballroom
of the Waldorf-Astoria on Saturday af
, ternoon and evening, December 5.
The children's table will display the
' werk done by the children in the summer
' and winter claaaee. Silk-lined baakete,
table basket? and many other fancy
article* suitable for Christmee gift*
: may be found here. Mrs. John J. Ccw
! drey is chairman of the military table
and Mrs. John Henry ilanan of the
flower table. At the college table Mr?.
Robert Tropel, chairman, *nd college
girls in caps and gowns will make and
The following are the chairmen of
the other tablee and of the commit
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KATF? FOR AIATRT18INO IN THIS
DBPAKTMSMT wiu, UK KURnishld
l I-' 'S' KKyL'KST.
I tees: Auxiliary No. I, Spirit of Christ
| mas, Mrs. Bond Stowe; Brooklyn Auxll
iary table, Mrs. A. L Mason; Uttll
Mothers' table, Mrs. Henry F. Kiddle
Mrs. Charles F. Sprng^ie, Mrs. Sidman
McHle and Mrs. Albert Hepp; candy
i table, Miss Dorothy D. Frooka; but
I terfly table, Mrs. I'inma K. Edwarde;
i New Yorkers' table, Mrs. Benry Ras
| sell and Mrs. William Rrash; patriotic
'table, Miss M M. Remington; enter?
prise table, Mrs. John L Bandy, Mrs.
Charles C. Small, Mr?. Henry Kilhum
and Mrs. George D. Hallett; fancy work,
Miss Margaret Rety; French shop, Mrs.
Joseph F. Taylor; worthwhile table,
Mrs. Alfred M?ller; utility table, Miss
Kate Birmingham; vanet% table, Mr?.
Guerra and friends; old-fashioned gar
? ?len, Mrs. John Hatjcr and Mrs. Albert
I.auh; old lady In the shoe, Mrs. J.
, Stuart Smith; odds and ends, Mrs. Cllf?
] ford Wieley and Mrs. Lawrence C.
i Hangs; tea room, Mrs. H. C. Greanelle,
chairman; Mrs. G. H. Strong and Mrs.
| Charles E. Wilcox; reception commit
' tee, Mrs. Noble McConnell; programme,
i Mrs. Edgar I). Stone; boxes. Mrs. Hen
: jamln Lillard and Mrs. F C. Randall;
specialty, Mr? Charles 0. Maas; palmls
! try, Mrs. Camille Birnbaum, and moving
pictures and vaudeville, Mrs George
The next meeting of the Radellffe
Hub of New York will be held at the
home of Mrs. Wendell Bush, 1 West
C4th st., on Saturday, December 5, at
i 3:30 o'clock. Miss Van Kleeck. presi
I dent of the Intercollegiate Bureau of
Occupations for Women, will speak on
the work of the bureau; Miss Melita
Knowles, Radrliffe, 'i>7, will tell of her j
work while she was general executive ,
?secretary of the Women's Educational
and Industnal Union, Boston.
The Woman's Conference of the So- i
ciety for Kthlcal f'ultur? announces '
the second of a series of lectures on I
'Terainism," to be delivered at the
Meeting House, 2 West t'?4th st, to- \
morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
inbject, "Woman in Industry," will be |
Mrs Thomas j.Vivian, cwaipman of
THE NEXT. ASSEMBLY DANCE OF THE NATIONAL
discussed by Mis?. Peulaii K. Kennar?),
educational director, Department Store
Education Association, and bv Dr.
The f'hicapo Woman's Huh of Now
York City, Mr:-. U'rilter H ???hagan,
president, will -arrive h reception to the
president? of other clubs at its rooms,
College Ball, Hotel Astor, on Saturday,
Dvci-mber 5. Mrs. ?harlotte Fldridire
?me. Scott, of the Beglich Opera
Company, will take part in the musi?
cal programme, accompanied by the
? Russian violinUt, Lujos Senster. To
I morrow evening the club will gave a
' dance at Loew's Dance Studio, _70?i
j Broadway, for the benefit of the home?
The Graduate Club, of Hunter Col?
lege, Mr?. K. C. Olb?on, president, met
OonttniKMl fron pace a
week riding parties have traverse-, th?
bridle paths over the mountains, and
the golf links of the Asheville Coun
i try Club has been filled with players.
Most of the guests at the Grove Park
I Inn and tho other hotel? spent Thanks?
giving Das in the open, a? usual. The
I evening, Viowever, wa? marked with
I special ?ocia? affairs. At the Inn many
dinner parties proceded un informal
I dance. At the Manor an egg-nogg party
. was given, and at the Battery Park a
dance. Among the New York guest?
at the Thanksgiving dinner dance at
the inn were Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Townsend, Mr. and Mrs. Jot-eph Hud?
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Albee, Mr. and
? Mr?. W. ||. Vincent, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
! Foster, Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Adams and
! Mr. and Mr?. Charles Henry McWill
The Vicomte de Fronsac, of Mon
! treal, Canada, if spending the season
> here. The vicomt?' ,.s 01 a ef the mili?
tary nnd diplomatic apents of the In?
depend? nee Leagae of French Canada.
On account ef the heavy travel to the
Land of the Sky, on Sunday, December
6, in addition to the present service,
a new sleeping car line will be inaugu?
rated between New York and Asheviile,
leaving Nov.' York daily at 12:08 noon,
arriving at Asheville the next morning
A NOTABLE BENEFIT.
The benefit for the Committee of
Mercy, which is being arranged by the
Stage Society, will take place Decem?
ber d at \Va.lack's Theatre. A re
mBrkahle cast will play "The Second
Mrn Tanqueray," by Bir Arthur Pinero
The pluyers include Mr- Patrick Camp
I bell, Miss Mane Tempest, Miss Edith
I Wynne Mutthison, Aubrey Smith, Ken
j neth Douglas, Mrs. Leslie Faber, Gra
l ham Brown, Phillip Merivale and
K-tpenees of this benefit are borne by
' donations of various kinds, so that
? the entire receipts will be given to the
< omm ttee of Mercy te distribute The
I War Relief Committee of the Stage
Society eon eist? of Mr?. John A??tor,
I Mrs Charlee Dana Gibson, Mrs. Ralph
F'.lis, Mrs. Norman Whitehouse, Mrs.
J. Borden Harriman, T. W. Lamont,
Paul D. i'ravath. G. C Tyler, Archer
IM. Huntington and Mrs. Norman Hap
The appearance of Mrs Patrick1
Campbell and Miss Marie Tempest in
the same play, apart from the interest I
la the east as a whole, should insure
the success of the revival of this fa- i
mou? play. Ticket orders ?hould he
lent by mall to the Stage Boctety, lfi*2
East lPth st They will be filled in,
the order of application. There are j
a few boxes at $*0; tickets, M and $3
A GAY WEEK |
AT HOT SPRINGS
Thanksgiving Passes with Con?
siderable Liveliness In Vir?
Hot Springs, Va., Nov ?g. Thanks- !
giving week passed off with un extra
amount of gayety that found a good ,
setting up here in the Virginia muun
tain wilds, where the combination of ?
out-door hie, with its teaaia, ???If, rid?
ing and climbing, is in tine contract
with the dinners and dances at the ?
luxurious Homestead Botel in the
evening. A feature of Thanksgiving
Day was the serving of wild turkey at
Mr and Ml*, Edmund S. Twining,
jr., whose wedding a week ago Thurs?
day at St Bartholomew's Church, In
Now York, war? one of the prominent
society ?vents of the month, came here
immediately after the wedding. The
bndo ?ni Mies Ursule Waleott Brown,
?laughter of Mr. and Mrs. (i. Hunter
Brown, and is one of the prettiest
young girls seen here this season.
Albert B. Harris, vice president of
the New York Central Lines, and Mrs.
Harris arrived in their private car
early In tho week, and have been en?
tertaining almor-t every day.
General E. A McAlpin, who is
??pending the fall at the Home-t* ad,
i-? planning a trip to California for
February and March, and will take it j
by way of the Panama Canal, stopping .
for a few days at i'alm Beach, on his !
MANY NOTABLES !
AT WHITE SULPHUR
White Sulphur Springs, W Va , Nov.
28. Governor elect and Mrs. Charles!
S. Whitman, who spent last Thanks-,
giving here, arrived on Thursday
morning, and were among those enter
tained at a big dinner party by the ;
Ambassador from Brazil and Mme. da
Gama, who jrave a dinner party also j
in compliment to John Barrett, dlrec-1
tor general of the Pan-American
t'nlon, who is a fre?juent vliritoT to1
William K. VanderbHt and Frederick j
0. Beach, who arrived ten days ago In
a privat* car to take their annual au?
tumn cure and remain until the mid
die of December, were joined by sev?
eral others for the holidavs, and while
playing thirty-six holes of golf every
day over the new curse hero, have
found time for pilgrimages to the Log
Cabin and ElmhurHt Farm.
Jacob H. Schiff arrived In a private
ear with a lar^e party for the Thanks?
giving holidays, and will remain the
necessary' three week? for the "kur."
Annual Thanksgiving Night Ball
Is Given at the Arling?
Hot Springs, Art.. Nov. 2?. Novem?
ber's close Bads the Arkunna.-? Bat
Springs entertaining one of the ban?
ner early winter crowds of fashiona?
ble visitors in its history. Socially,
the week aras feat ired by the annual
Thanksgiving Night ball In the beau
m oi 'hi ? ? ibienablo Ar?
lington Botel. A K'reat cru.-h attended
and the ball proved a particularly
Golfing, motorinn, horseback riding,
climbs over the governnu .it reserva?
tion and hunting are the favorite di?
versions of the tourists.
Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Enckson, of New
York (l'y, reached the Arlington early
in the week. They are in the Spa un?
til the Christmas holidays.
Major I. A Hall, of Pater-on, N. J?
Is paying hn annual early winter visit
to the Arlington. He i? a great dev?
otee of golf and is one of last season's
Mrs. 0. I? Revell, of Asheville, N.
C, has ieined the Ai'injr'on's fair
colony. She wua accompanied to the
Spa by Mrs. B?sale Eckstein and Mrs.
The week's early arrivals at the Ar?
lington included Baxter Shemwell, W.
C Iverson, A. A. Williame, Alfred W.
Griffin, B. Correll. S. F. Peaa, H S.
Kennedv, S, A Metzger, Charles Hagen,
.1. A. Crandell. Dr. R. E. Clarke and
J. Hampton Holmes, of New York Citv;
F. E. Getz. of Baltimore; Wingati
Brown, ef winatee Satan, N c ; J M.
Lowry, of Philadelphia, Sir?, Herman
Green and Miss Kuth Chase, of Con-,
cord. ?N. H. i I
'??t. Saturday, November 21, at the
home of Mr?. Wi'llam N. Shaw. 340
BJmol Mtfa st. In addition to the regu?
lar club activities, the members are
working for the Red Cross and Com?
mittee of Mercy.
The Legislative League of New York,
Mrs. Thnmar-t Slack, president, will hold
a regular meeting on Thursday, at 3 p.
m., at the Waldorf-Astoria. "How
Women Helped Makt Good Government
in Glasgow" m:!! l,e discussed by Hon.
Frnnk I. < ohen. Mrs. Elmer Black's
subject is "Peace."
At the next meeting of the Philo?
math Club, to be held Monday, Decem?
ber 7, at the home of Mrs. Thoma? C.
Horten, 203 West loith st., Mra. Lud?
wig B. Heuermann will read a paper
on "Bomaneeqae and Gothic Arthltee
S ture." The novels of Auerbach and
Spielhngen will be discussed by Mr?.
I ? ?iuuthey.
"The Constructive Life." the general
"Feminism" Still Discussed with !nt
est National California Club's
First Assembly Dance.
rtihject for the year of the Lif? a? ?
I ?ne Ar' Club, will be presented at
th< Dl ? Bg on December 9 m a
lecture, "In the Hoase ef Hope," by
Mrs, Mildred Manly EaetOB, the pres?
ident. The'e will be a general sympo?
sium by club members on "The Mean?
ing of the Uaiversal Deur? for
The Betterment L'ag-ie. Mrs. Nellie
B. Van Mingerland, founder ar.?l pre?
id'-nt, will hold a president'? day, r.
I eaet <>t Its honorary presidents, Mrs
William Grant Brown, Mrs.
Itinek and M'.s? Florence Gu??rn?;ey, at
Its 1.? <i'l'|iiarteri, 11 Eas? Bfth s' , '-i
morrow sfterneoe, ?' I e'clock Mrs
l?i.yul B. Copeland Is eha.rman of re
aspHaa. Ta-aoriM ?*,?)?.
o'clock, t,? tagte, "Mothercrsft. J
he Msaaeeed, sadee the -*?-? ;
'< ?? ;- ^2???
Tuesday and Wedn..dM ,T?n.nn S
'tere w.ll he ,,?-.- ,^ ,?,,, 'A?
dieeaeeieae of various ? ? . ^
The Betti re ?? Leega? ?.:i i^fc
annual meeting and elogios ef ^A
ci, Deeeeshev u, at 3 o'cl?t \tT
Koul .v--A:pin. '?*?
The Blaet Cress leetetg, w^ .
1 "Chatty h.g-, sthsna?5
held ? publie ssafsisasi M
lag ev??ninj, D?_mJ!?
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