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FASHIONS PART IV SIX PAGES SUNDAY, SOCIETY ?TRAVEL RESORTS 15, 1920 PAKT IV SIX PAGES Lenten Season Promises To Be Gayest in Years Dinners, Dances and Receptions, Interspersed With Weddings, Crowd Social Calendar for Penitential Period; Mardi Gras Ball on Shrove Tuesday Gayer than Lent since before the war, the penitential season which begins on Wednesday will differ little from the days preceding it, and will be crowded with entertainments, more or less formal; dinners, dances and receptions, interspersed with weddings, and of course the time-honored jewing classes which always flourish then. The Mnrdi Gras ball on Shrove Tuesday at the Rfta-Carlton, for the benefit of the Southern Indus- ! trial Educational Association, will be picturesque to a degree and enlist ! the cooperation of many of the d?butantes, who are sparing no efforts to j insure its success. Miss Adelaide Kip Rinnelander will be unable to act as the queen of the carnival, and the r?le will be filled by Miss Caroline Cowies. Miss Cowles will have Miss Edna* Hoyt. Miss Betty Merchant, Miss Marion Carroll, Miss Marip Leary, Miss Adelaide Beddall, Miss Ada Heinze, Mis9 Eleanor Francke. Miss Marie La Mare'r.e. Miss Dorothy Clapp and Miss Katherine Gossler for her maids of honor. Stafford Reid ?will be the king of the carnival and his pages will be Miss Virginia Sterry and Miss Grace Cros>man. Miss Zillah Thompson, Miss Marion Tiffany, Miss Isabel MacMillan, Miss Adelaide Kelly, Miss Madeleine Reece. Miss Grace Hendrick, Miss Edyth McCook and Miss Genevi?ve Clendenin will sell programs. The bail will be under the patronage of the president of the Southern In? dustrial Educational Association. Mrs. Algernon Sidney Sullivan, and also Mrs. William Nelson Cromwell, Mrs. John Bowne Mott, Mrs. Jesse Hoyt, Mrs. William H. Moore, Mrs. John Ames Mitchell, Mrs. Samuel Probaseo, Mrs. Henry ?T. Rogers, Mrs. Gilbert Hoyt, Mi s. lohn Henry Hammond, Mrs. Rich ?- T. Auehmuty, Mrs. Cleveland H. Dodge, Mrs. L. J. Robertson. Mrs. Louis ? ewart, Mrs. Frederick C. Pentield, '??'? ss Katherine Du Bois, Miss Anne Van Ingen and William A. Clark. n e entertainment will begin with c court minuet, danced by some of the season's d?butantes. Several profes? sional features will be introduced dur? ing the carnival, including a scene from "Aphrodite" and a number from "Ziegfeld Follies." The Columbia ! ' iversity jazz band, composed of fra? ternity men, also will contribute to the ? ning's program. The debutantes will dance on Friday ?? the Ritz-Carlton, where Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Leary, of 870 Fifth Avenue, will entertain for their daughter. Miss Dorothy Leary. They will give a sup? per and dance which will be among the smartest affairs of the week. The same evening some of the older Be! ill dance at the Hotel Vanderbilt. where there will be another of the of supper dances for home char ities under the auspice? of The Bach? elors. The committee in charge is com :'-? . of Alfonso de Navarro, Maurice Roche, Horace C. Stebbins. Richard Peters, Hamilton Fish jr., W. Rhine lander Stewart jr., Whitney Warren jr., Schuyler L. Parsons, W. Wickham Hoff rr.a" and R. Thornton Wilson. So pop olar have the supper dances been this season that it has been decided to con tin i< them '.very Friday throughout Lent. 0 weddings, Lent's first week will bring more than its usuai quota. One of the most interesting takes place on Tuesday in London, where all the American colony, as well as members of the British aristocracy and of coursa representatives of the diplomatic corps, ?'ill gather. In St. Margaret's Church, Westminster, which has been the scene " so many of the most brilliant wed? dings of London, the lion. Alexandra Mary Cadogan will be married to the Marquis of Blanclford, elder son of the Duke and Duchess of Marlborough. The marquisa is the grandson of William Kissam Vanderbilt by his first wife, Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont. His mother, "ho waa Miss Cousuelo Vanderbilt, was married in St. Thomas's Church Hi 1895. The marqui?'H younger brother Ivor Spencer Churchill, probably will be his brother's best man. Mr. Van? derbilt has given the bride-to-be a su? perb pear! necklace. His *ift to his grandson is a residence in London. Miss Helen A. Carr?re will be a Shrove Tuesday bride. Her marriage to Frederick B. Barbour, son of the ?ate Colonel William Barbour, will take place Tuesday In St. James's Church, Madison Avenue and Seventy-first Street. Miss Carr?re will have her sis ten, Mrs. Maynard Dickinson and Miss E izabeth Carr?re, for her attendants. These will also include Mrs. Ruther? ford Lane, Mrs. Le Roy Jones, Miss Nathalie Wilson, Miss Beatrice Wilson ?r.d Miss Elizabeth Pope. Her cousins. Miss Ann and Miss Jane Donald, will QC her flower girls. Thomas Barbour w\ll serve as his brother's best man. Tie ushers will be .Maynard Dickinson, Daniel F. Kellogg jr., James Symington, Prescott Gardner and Robert and War? ren Barbour. The ceremony will be fol? lowed by a reception at the Hotel St. ?kgis. Miss Carr?re is the daughter of "rg. L. Sidney Carr?re, of L?7 East seventy-third Street. Miss Kathryn Thornton Motley, whoBe marriage to Matthew Comstock Jenkins takes place on Saturday after? noon in the chantry of St. Thomas's Church, will be the guest at several entertainments before her wedding. Her mother, Mrs. Thornton Ni ven Mot? ley, of 875 Park Avenue, will give a dinner Thursday evening, when the tuests will Include the entire bridal Party. The following day she will give * luncheon for the bridesmaids at the jlaaa. The wedding will take place at 4 o'clock and will be followed by a **?aptlon at the Plaza. Miss Motley's ?alt-sister, Miss Marion L. Haley, Miss" Kathryn and Miss' Angela Roberts, of Y??*; Misa Emma Peabody, Miss Vir 6>nia Sterry and Misa Margaret Starr. ? thia oity, and Miss Dorothy Bolton. r^Troy, will be the bridesmaids. **jvlng as best man will be Stan * Icolm Dunn, of Woonaocket, R. 1. r'T^lng l?TMa.Ic The ushers -will be Terrell Van Inge, Thornton Lothrop Motley and Charit C. Ransom, of this city; Andr? Wrigl Pearson, of Greenwich; Arthur Kendi Steams, of Chicago, and Hugh Men man Quigley, of Bellefonte. An afternoon of old Florentine musi with a talk by Padre Semeria o Dante's "Ideal of Civilization" will h given to-day at the home of Mr: Ernesto Fabbri, 7 East. Ninety-fift ?Street, for the benefit of war orphan of southern Italy. Thy concert lee ture was to have taken place last Sur day. but had to be postponed un*: this afternoon, when John Jay Chap man will introduce Padre Semeria. There will be an organ prelude b; Maestro Bimbonu followed by a mad rigal for mixed quartet, "La Violett in su l'Erbetta," a melody popular i Florence in 1600. A group of medi eval Latin songs will be given b Mis3 Ailee Tone and the Marches Cappelli will sing shepherd song from Lulli's opera ''Armida" wit! mixed quartet and organ accom paniment. "Armida" was given in Paris in 166? and was so popular that it was per formed continuously for eighty yearn It was revived in Florence in' 191 under the direction of Maestro Bim boni, with the Marchesa Cappelli it the leading r?le. The concert will bi under the patronage of the Italiar Ambassador and the Baroness Roman Avezzano, the Italian Consul, Romoh Tritoni; Mrs. Charles B. Alexander the Hon. Mrs. Alfred Anson. Mrs Courtlandt Field Bishop, Mrs. Charle; Astor Bristed, Mrs. Xrcholas Murra; Butler, Mrs. James Byrne, Mrs. John Ja* Chapman, Mrs. Xewbold Le Rov Edgar Mrs. W. B. Osgood Field, Mrs. Ogder Goelet. Mrs. Henry G. Gray, Mrs. F Gray Griswold. Mrs. John Henry Ham mond, Mrs. Work Hewitt. Mrs. Gcrah Hoyt, Mrs. F. Burrall Hoffman, Mrs Adrian Iselin, Mrs. Oliver Gould Jen nings, Mrs. De Lancey Kane, Mrs. IT Fairfleld Osborn, Mrs. Frederick II Page, Miss Mary Parsons,'Mrs. Johr Dyneley Prince, Mrs. James L. Put nam, Mrs. Douglas Robinson, Mrs Herbert L. Satterlee, Mrs. Horatio X ?Slater, Mrs. Lorillard Spencer, Mrs. ,1 Fred Tams, Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt Mrs. Frederick W. Vanderbilt, Mrs William K. Vanderbilt, Mrs. Whitnej Warren, Mrs. Sehuyler Warren, Mrs Harry Payne Whitney, Mrs. M. Orm? Wilson jr. and Mrs. Egerton L. Win throp. The Smith College Club of New Yorl will hold a dance and bridge party at the Hotel Plaza Tuesday evening, Feb? ruary 24, for the benefit of the Smith College $4,000,000 endowment and building fund. Mrs. Seth Milliken president of the New York Cjty Smith College Club, is honorary chairman of the committee for the dance. The chairman is Miss Virginia Mollenhauer, Other Smith College women who are members of the dance committee are Mrs. Joseph Griswold Deane, Mrs. Er? nest S. Van Vandt, Miss Baird Leon? ard, Miss Mabel White Hammer, Mrs. garet E. Beckley, Mrs. Edward Pack? ard, Mis? Mabel White Hammer, Mrs. Humphrey Fuller Rodfield, Miss Eliza? beth Randall, Mrs. John Tilney Car? penter and Miss Peggy S. Zinsser. The patronesses who have reserved boxes aro Miss Amy Aldrich, Mrs. Donn Barber, Mrs. Richard Boardman, Mrs. James S. Cushman, Mrs. E. Hay ward Ferry, Mrs. Edward S. Harkness, Mrs. Harold A. Hatch, Mrs. John Henry Hammond, Mrs. Walker D. Hines, Mrs. Arthur Curtiss James, Mrs. Thomas W. Lanont, Mrs. Thomas L. Leeming, Mrs. Gerrish H. Milliken, Mrs. Dwight W. Morrow. Mrs. Charles D. Norton, Mrs. George Notman, Mrs. Edgerton Par? sons. Mrs. Harold I. Pratt, Mrs. Herbert Scoville and Mrs. Frank A. Vanderhp. Mrs. James A. Burden, chairman of the women's executive committee for the concert to be given at the Hippo? drome on February 29 by John McCor mack, Mary Garden and the orchestra of the Chicago Op?ra Company for the benefit of the New York County organization of-the American Legion, announced yesterday a list of those wlro have reserved boxes, the sale of which is now half completed at head? quarters at 21 East Fortieth Street. The list includes Mrs. Nicholas Brady, Mrs. WiWiam B. Osgood Field, Mrs. Otto II. Kahn. Mrs. W. de Lancey Kountze, Mrs. Lewis Wadsworth, Mrs. John T. Pratt, Mrs. T. Douglas. Robin? son, Mrs. H. M. Slater. Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney, Mrs. Forsyth Wickes, Mrs Henry P. Davison, Mrs. Michael Gavin, Mr?. Charles H. Senff, Mrs. Williams A. Burden. Mrs. Ambrose Monell, ?Mrs. John McCormack, Miss Ruth Twombly, Clarence H. Mackay and Harry Harkness Flagler. ; The boxes at the left of the Hippo? drome nearest the stage will be re? served for General Fershing and his staff. . , The boxes alone are expected to yield large net receipts for the Anter ican Leg?on, as they vary in price from $75 to $500. In some instances, Mrs. Burden said, the Legion will have a double return, as several persons, not? ably Ogden Mills and John D, Rocke? feller jr., have contributed several hundred dollars for bo::os. and have i returned the tickets for resale. 1 m?r?mBam_ Mr*/*. LOWELL Putnam rruaof fnam MOT: ^? John ?damj* DR4KE. r Minan studio/* PHOfo HS. PUTNAM will appear in '"The Importance of Being Earnest," to be given Tuesday. The Baronesa Cartier de Marchienne is the wife of the Belgian Ambassador and active in charitable work. Miss Eva Stew? art will be married to Harvey Wallace. Shaffer on March 6. Mrs. Drake is president of the American Free Milk and Relief for Italy, for whioh a Val? entine dance was given last night. The Baroness Avezzano and the neir Italian Ambassador will be guests of honor at a dinner on Februxtry SU M New York Plans Welcome to New Envoy of Italy Baron and Baroness Avez zano Will Be Guests of Italy-America Society at Dinner at Hotel Astor Baron and Baroness Romano Avez zano, ?he new Italian Ambassador and his wife, will be the guests of honor at a dinner to be given by the Italy-Amer? ica Society r.t the Hotel Astor Feb? ruary 24, when Charles Evans Hughes, the president of the society, will pre? side. Baron Avezzano has had a brilliant diplomatic career, and the cordial wel? come he has received here is heightened by the fact that the baroness is an American. The dinner will not only be a per? sonal compliment to the ambassador and his wife, but will express through them the sympathy and appreciation of Americans toward Italy and the Ital? ians. Colonel and Mrs. Edward M. House, Mrs. Vanderbilt, General and Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Ge*rard, Mr. and Mrs, George F. Baker jr., Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont, Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Mur? ray Butler, Mr. and Mrs. W. Bourke Cockran, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Vander? bilt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Tait, Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland II. Dodge, Mrs. Gould, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney,-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dana Gibson, Dr. and Mrs. Henry van Dyke, Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Davison, Mi. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clews are a few of those who have asked Whitney Warren, the honorary chairman, to be allowed io express their good will and sym? pathy by being patrons of the dinner. ? Naturally, places have been largely subscribed for, but some may stitl be had by addressing Whitney Warren. ? 16 East Forty-seventh Street. Baroness f?VETZaNO puerro ? UHOCftWOOP UMCm/tWvor* Society to Attend Annual. Concert for Diet Kitchen Again the annual concert for the benefit of the New York Diet Kitchen Association, to be held in the large ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria to- , morrow morning at 11 o'clock, will give society an opportunity to enjoy some good music, while supporting gener? ously a charity which for the last forty seven years has done splendid welfare work among babies. This, the seventeenth concert that has been held to help the association reduce infant mortality, will be one of the events of the season. Distin? guished patronesses sponsor the affair and prominent artists will appear in an attractive program. The proceeds will be used by the association in an effort to better the mortality record of 1919, which shows for New York City eighty two deaths among babies in the first year out of every 1,000 births. Some of the Patronesses Among the patronesses are Mrs. Otto 11. Kahn, Mrs. Alfred Duane Pell, Mrs. William Church Osborn, Mas. Paul Morton, Mrs. William Douglas Sloane. Mrs. John Henry Hammond, Mrs. John R, Drexel, Mrs. Edward M. House, Mrs. John Henry Towne, Mrs. Finley J. Shepard, Mrs. James Speyer, Mrs. Jere? miah Milbank, Mrs. Seth Low, Mrs. Charles E. Hughes, Mrs. Cornelius Van? derbilt, Mrs. Oliver ilarriman, Mrs. E. Henry Ilarriman, Mrs. Ogden Mills, .Mrs. Ogden Reid, Mrs. Paul D. Cra vath, Mrs. Andrew T. White and Mrs. Paul Warburg. Edward Johnson, tenor; Albert Spal ('.ing, violinist, and Miss Harriet Van Emden, soprano, will appear. The activities of the association cover pre-natal work among mothers; baby welfare work, including confer? ences, talks, demonstrations for moth? ers and the dispensing of pure, whole? some milk; also general health super? vision of the families. These activi? ties are carried on by a staff of doc? tors, nurses and assistants at eight milk and health stations. During 1919 the association had un? der its care 8,071 babies, 1,695 children : between the ages of two and six years, j i>,780 mothers and 882 expectant moth I ers, as well as 899 social service cases. I The officers of the association ax? Mrs. Henry Villard. president; Mrs. William Curtis Demorest, first vice president; Mrs. Henry P. Davison, sec? ond vice-president; Mrs. Joseph W. Tilton, treasurer; Mrs. Elias M. John? son, ass'stant treasurer, and Mrs. George Reese Satterlee, secretary. Board of Managers The members of the board of man? agers, who have worked hard to make the affair a success, include Mrs. Au? gust Lewis, Mrs. Myrick Plummer, Mrs. Edward Tuck, Mrs Henry Villard, Mrs. James N. Wells, Mrs. Joseph W. Tilton, Mrs. Edward M. Cook. Mrs. John Dc gener, Mrs. Prank Badgley, Mrs. William Curtis Demorest, Mrs. Edward Ingra ham, Mrs. Rowland G. Freeman, Miss Friede Pagenstecher, Mrs. Henry P. Da vison, Mrs. Arthur S. Dwight, Mrs. Richard M. Hodge. Miss Louise Bar? rows, Mrs. Edwin H. Mairs, Miss Doro? thea E. Schmitz, .Miss Mary L. Pruyn, Mrs. William D. Gaillard. Mrs. Dud.?y Tenney, Miss Julia E. Smith, Mrs. James Ditmars Voorhees, Mrs. Elias M. Johnson, Miss Alice Taggarl Mrs. Wil? liam F. Tlmlow, Mrs. George Reosc S".t terlee, Mrs. Edward Foote Dwight, Mrs. Maitland F. Griggs. Mrs. H. Hobart Weekes, Mrs. A. Franklin Adams, Mrs. Walker D. Hines, Mrs. Daniel A. Davis, Mrs. Frank H. Adriance and Mrs. Seth M. Milliken. Tickets and boxes may be obtained at the Waldorf-Astoria and of Mrs. Henry Villard, 526 Park Avenue. The Free Industrial School for Crip? pled Children, 471 West Fifty-seventh Street, and the Lulu Thorley Home for Crippled and Delicate Children, Clave ', rack, N. Y., Colonel Walter Scott, pres? ident, through the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorley, have added thir? teen new life members to the society, as follows: Le Roy W. Baldwin, Paul Ulock, Johrr McE. Bowman, John R. Bradley. William W. Coheir, Michael ' Dreicer, Cornelius F. Fox, .1. M. Gid i ding, Alfred W. Johnson, George W. [ Kavanaugh, Fred Sterry, Henry Zuek i ermann and Mrs. Lee Bach. Joseph. W. ? Harriman has recently become a per? petual patron. Ball of Fine Arts To Depict Splendor Of Ancient France I r Pajzeant To Be Main Feature of Affair at the Astor; Four Hundred Persons to Form Various Groups A pageant of ancient France will be ' the feature at the ball of the Fine Arts, i which will be given March 11 at the | Hotel Astor by the Society of Beaux 1 Arts Architects. It will rival in splen dor the previous entertainments given by these graduates of the Beaux-Arts in Paris. France from ancient days to the eighteenth century will be depict? ed, and in the spectacle, arranged by \ Henry Davenport, assisted by Howard 1 Greenley and George Chappel!, will be about 100 well known persons. The various groups will be led by Mrs. Reginald B. Rives, Mrs. George Draper, Miss Audrey N. Osborn, Mrs. H. H. Duryea, Mrs. Orson D. Munn, Mrs. Fred C. Hirons, Mrs. James L. Br?ese, Mrs. Jerome Brush, Mrs. Archibald Brown, Mrs. Gordon Knox Bell, Mrs. Sidney W. Fish, Mrs. George Henry Warren jr., ';Mrs. J-.Dyneley Prince, Mrs. Joseph H. , Freedlander, Mrs. Hunter Marston, Mrs. Henry Davenport, Mrs. H. Le Roy Whit I ney, Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney and Edgar W. Jenney. There will be dances by Mrs. Frederick Y. Dalziel and Mrs. .Monroe Douglas Robinson. 1 Assisting Mr. Davenport in the direction of the pageant, in addition to Howard Greenley and George Chap pell, will be Albert E. Sterner, Oswald Herring, James L. Br?ese, Barrie Faulkner, Ernest Peixotto, Philip I. Cussachs and Frederick King. Invitations for the ball are nearly ready and it is expected that about 4,000 persons will attend. The pro? ceeds will be used for the Beaux-Art? Institute of Design, for the education 1 of deserving students in architecture, I painting and sculpture. B?RONESS OII&/E/Z, PE MeiRCHIEH?E pii^^. Miss* Wf EV/f COCHfcWS J*TEWRT PHOTO? ?SV WU<JE Five Weddings in Society Mark St. Valentine's Dav Miss Elizabeth Winthrop Emmet Becomes Bride of Edwin Dennison Morgan Jr., of Westbnry, L. I.; Miss Fanny Ford Married to Thomas S. Thomas St. Valetine's Day more than main? tained its reputation for being the most popular day of the month with brides, for yesterday saw no less than rive large weddings in and out of town. One of the most interesting was that of Miss Elizabeth Winthrop Emmet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Temple Emmet, of Stony Brook, L. I., to Edwin Dennison Morgan jr., of Wheatley, Westbury, L. I. Miss Emmet, a great-granddaughter of the first John ? Jacob Astor in this country and great granddaughter of Judge Robert Emmet and a great-grandniece of Robert Emmet, the Irish patriot, made a most attractive bride. St. Bartholomew's I Church, where the ceremony was per- j formed at 3 : HO o'clock, held a brilliant gathering for the event, including many of the old Knickerbocker set and the hunting colony of Long Island, with which the Morgans have long been identified. The bride walked to the altar with her father, who gave her away. She wore a gown of white chiffon, trimmed with lace, and a lace veil which had done duty at the wed? dings of her grandmother and mother. Her bouquet was of lilies-of-the-valley and white orchids. Carrying out the idea of a yellow wedding, for that was the predominat? ing color in the decorations and the costumes of the bride's attendants, her matrons of honor. Mrs. Charles Cary Rumsey and Mrs. James Cameron Clark, like the bridesmaids, her sisters, Miss Margaret Chanler Emmet and Miss Hester Alida Emmet, Miss Gabrielle Chanler and Miss Rosamond Sherwood, were all dressed in gowns of daep yellow chiffon made over gold colored satin. Bunches of grapes trimmed them, instead of the usual flowers, and their large hats of brown taffeta also had garnitures of grapes. They carried bouquets of yellow or? chids. The two flower girls, Miss Jane Erin Emmet, a young sister of the bride, and Miss Elizabeth Jay, daughter >f Mr. and Mrs. De Lancey Jay, wore quaint empire frocks of yellow net over white, yellow garden hats and car? ried houquets of cornflowers and yel? low daisies. Mr. Morgan's brother, Thomas Ar? thur Morgan, served as best man and Caspar Morgan, Christopher Temple Emmet jr., Jeremiah M. Evarts, R. S. 1 Potter, L. Stuyvesant Chanler jr., Bay? ard Warren, George C. Cutler jr., J. S. Barker jr., Daniel Sargeant, Upton S. Sullivan, T. H. Frothingham, Henry Holt jr., Darragh A. Park and Monroe Douglas Robinson were the ushers. The rector, the Rev. Dr. Leighton Parks, ! performed the ceremony, after which there was a reception at the home of ' the bride's aunt, Miss Lydia Field Emmet, 335 Park Avenue. Jri the Church of the Transfiguration Miss Fanny Taliaferro Ford, daughtet of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richards Ford of 23 West Tenth Street, was married at noon yesterday to Thomas Shiplej Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Johr Downey Thomas, of Philadelphia. Tht ceremony was performed by the rector the Rev. Dr. George C. Houghton, as sisted by the Rev. Dr. C. A. Jessup, o! St. Paul's Church, Buffalo, an ol< i friend of both families. The bride who was given away by her father wore a gown of white satin, trimmet wi^h beautiful old Belgian rose poin lace. Her veil, of the same lace, wa arranged in a novel way, in the forn of a Chinese headdress, with ropes o seed pearls and orange blossoms oi | either side. It fell over the long trai' of satin, cut in a deep V at the shoul ders and bordered with u design o lilacs, embroidered in white silk an seed pearls and lined with pale gree silk. Her shower bouquet also wa novel, for, in addition to the time honored orange blossoms, which senti ment decrees should be carried by ai brides, sprays of white lilacs were ai ranged with white sweet peas. Th bride's sister, Miss Helen Ford, wa ' her maid of honor and wore a frock o coral colored chiffon, trimmed wit fur, and a dark brown tulle sash, whic matched her hat. Miss Julia Durye Sprigg. of Charlottesville, Va., an Miss Mary Baldwin. Miss Janet Browe ' and Miss Emily Cobb, of New Yorl and the bridegroom's cousins, Mi? Emelyn and Miss Margretta Shiple; of Penllyn, Pa., were the bridesmaid | Their frocks of cream net and lac were also trimmed with fur and set off" with dark brown tulle sashes. They also wore brown tulle hats. Miss Frarnce Mills, of Buffalo, was the ?lower girl and with an old-fashioned poke bonnet wore '.. a frock of coral colored silk trimmed ; with fur. As at the Morgan-Emro-?* ? wedding, there also was a page, the i bride's brother, Master Montgomery Paterson Ford. Eliwood Davis Thoma ! was his brother's best man and the ushers were Richard M. Breed, of Philadelphia; Elton S. Wayland, of Waterbury, Conn.; Philip H. English, of New Haven, Conn.: Lindsay M. Don? aldson, of Xew York; Major L. S. Frazier. of the 26th U. S. Infantry, and ?Major R. M. Youell, of the 1st Machine Gun Battalion, 1st Division. Following the ceremony there was a reception at the honre of the bride'?, parent?. Another St. Valentine bride was Ui-"?* Laura Blossom Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 01 in D. Gray, who was mar? ried yesterday afternoon in St. Thomas's Church to Cameron O'Day Macpherson. The ceremony was per? formed by the rector, th" Rev. l>r. Ernest M. Stires, and was fol owed by a reception at the St. Regis Hotel The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of ivory satin, almost entirely ..-.??: th oh! Venetian rose point lace, which had been in her family for ma:** years. The court train of satin, was boniere* with sprays of orange blossoms, a.nd the bodice was draped with lace. Her long tulle veil fell from under a Rue sian coronet of point lace and slo* carried a bouquet of white orchids. Her attendants were her cousin, Mis-* Katherine Langdon Hill, of Boston: Mr. Macpherson's cousin, Miss Gen*. vieve fcfcone; Mrs. John O'Day, Mij Jeannette Chappell, Miss Catherii. Noyes, Miss Elsie Morrill and Miss Victorine Kellogg, were dressed in pale green and shades of orchid Frene!; taffeta. The bridegroom's father, Edward Al Ian Macpherson. was his best man, and his uncle, John O'Day; the bride'--, brother, II. Liggett Gray, Alfred Nathan jr., Ary J. Lamme jr., James J.Ma guire jr., Albert Maguire, Seymour Fo:? and George Piker, served as ushers. After a honeymoon in the South, Mr. j Macpherson and his bride will go to Forth Worth, Tex., where he will b< associated with his father in business. Two of the old Knickerbocker far? ilies were united in marriage yester , day when Miss Anne Sherman, iiaug: ter of Mrs, Herbert A. Sherman, o Rye, who traces her descent in th country from Colonial days, becam-* the bride of William Remsen, ?on o Dr. and Mrs. Charles Remsen, of 80" i Madison Avenue and Remensberg, X. j Y. The ceremony was at noon in t'hri-' Church, Rye, and was performed bj the rector, the Rev. R. Townsend Her. shaw. It was followed by a small re eeption for relatives at Trntern Hall, the Sherman residence. The bride, wlio was given away by her brother, Roger Sherman, was attended by her sister*. Miss Elizabeth Sherman, who was her* maid of honor: lier cousin, Miss Audrey Sherman; Mr. Remsen'a sister, Mis? Elizabeth Remsen, and Miss Elizabeth Minot Clarke, who were her brides? maids. Comerford McLoughlin served as best man. Miss Alena Marjorie Peck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Peck, was married to Lawrence C. Earle, of Grand Rapids, Mich., yesterday after noon in Grace Church- She was attend? ed by Mrs. Seward Erdman as matron of honor and also by Mrs. John li. Earle. erf Detroit; Miss Marguerite Harrington, of Boston; Miss Mary Mairs, Miss Louise Baldwin, Miss Be? trice Clark and Miss Mildred DiHing. of this 'city. John H. Earle attended his brother as best man. Miss Margaret Garside and Frederick Ryerson Morris were married yester? day at the residence of the bride's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gar side, :)21 West 100th Street- The cere? mony was performed by the Rev. Dr. Murray Gardner, of Brewster, N. Y., and was followed by a reception. The bride's sister, Miss Hortense Garslda? ? was her maid of honor.