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Miss Goodhue
Makes Debut
At Luncheon
% other (?nterU.ns Group of
Dt-hutante? at the Colony
Qub; Mr?. Nenington I?
Among Day** Hostesses
Kany Afternoon Affaire
Kit? Abby Morrison Gives
Dinner at Home in Honor
0f Yiseoiinte**? Maitland
Mm rraic?s B. Goodhue. debutante
Afgjakan ei Mr ?n(* Mri1- Bertram t;.
af 10? East Seranty-fourth
get her debut yesterday at a
given by her mother at the
4>l??*f C'*b About ??venty-five guests
?? Kg ?tttndanfe
<???^.|%?lUlr'?"e?'''ed *b' Misses Betty
Cijusmk 4wt?y ?*r1ce, Emily Schnle
j gppi Cabot, Josephin? Dodge,
a-mm rot, Louis?? Barber, Julia
-fM lane E. and Lydia L. Tonett-,
-gga Willard. Halen Hi?e?, Alice
gapm, Marf-aret Ramsey, Louise
ink, M?ry Steers, Elizabeth Brooks,
e>sr,e>r To?-??. Abhy Rockefeller, Elii
iMh De?g>**.. Klir.nbeth Carhart,?
gary Meora, Josephin? Jenks, Cornc
)ls Robb. Clariisa de Hham, Barbara
Jill _g. Clsriis? Ilurd, Phyllis Ben?
laid, Jaaet Mabon, Augusta Trimble,
lacy Runt. Martira Sturgis. Julia
?reksw, Valerie Vernam, Peggy
d?r. Sarah Hudson, Vnl Belt. Ruth
IsWwin, Cathleen Stoddard, Florence,
Orar* and Clara Knox; Elisabeth
telly. M?y Beming, Lalo Bright, Bar
fttr? Holt, Either Steven?, Molly Hoer
??ek, Beatrice Gawtry, May Hoppin,
Bilrn Jenkins, Maud Oak??, Nancy
fitter, Margaret Sterne. Sarah Thomp?
son. Rosalie Pil'.ot, Matilda Ellsworth
nd Sibyll Bliss.
Mr?. Newtn??ton l'nlertalns
Mrs. Harry M. Nowmgton gave a
lincheon yesterday at Pierre ? and
l?t?-r held a bridge ?t her apartment,
at tJM P?rk Avenue. Mr?. Newington's
gitste included Mrs. William H. de
Haeen, Mrs. Parc i val S. Hill, Mr?.
Franklin L. G?nther, Mr?. Arthur H.
Van Brunt, Mr?. Ju tu? I'ujrerti, Mr?.
Walter E. Frew, Mr? Charles H. Guy?
?ad Mr? William Francis 11
Mrs. Robert L. Major was another
lurcheon host??? yesterday at Plerre'e.
H?r gusats included Mr?. Stephen H.
Br??a. Mrs. A. Magre Boisaevain and
???is? Mary Sharswood.
Mrs. Amory K. Carhart also ent?-r
ui*?4? ?t Pierre's yesterday. She had
u e-oeiti ?Mrs. Francis B. Bradley,
Mil? Hence Carhart and Miss Mury B.
Str?nfe
Othsrs who gave luncheon? at
Flirr?'? yesterday were Mrs. Robert
H I Goddard and Mrs James A. Mc
Cm. _
gn, Walter Furwell entertained nt
Isstkeon yesterday at the Marguery.
Mi. Charles Gillet eritirtuined ther?
1? Ma Robert ?oelet and Mrs. Wil?
lis? M?| W right.
Vkt-iMv Morrison, daughter of Mr.
Jkr.i' . gavi a dinner
kettiftt at her home. 20 East Forty?
s/itiStree-, for Viscountci,? Maitland
Tal fU?st?. included the Duk?? rend
Dack*t? de Talleyrand, Mr. arel Mrs.
Philip A S. Franklin, Mr. William T.
Weiaarright. Mr. Otto Cushing and Mr.
<*JWrt Morri? Bagby. After the, dinner
Mm. Strahlie, of Covent Garden, Eng
lud, lang
Mr?. J, S. Moore, of Sand? Point, gave
I luncheon yesterday at the Ambassa?
dor. The guests laeluded Mrs Samuel
fillet?, Mrs. John I). Dutch?**, Mrs.
C?rU Meyer, Mrs. Buchanan Sehley,
In. William H Muy?. Mr?. John F.
iVllourkr, Mr?. Wlckjiff? Bos?, Mr?.
Pr?deri..-k Collins and Mrs. Henry A.
AOwr. _
Misa Vanderbilt a U?ateas
Mils Cathleen Vanderbilt enter?
tained MSB? at the season's ?
taste? yesterday at luncheon at tua
?Va bailador.
Mr?. Herman Dierks gave a luncheon
iiKerday at the Ritz-Carlton for Mr?,
lime? Bree-re.
Mr? Oren Boot gave a luncheon yes
Utday at Delmonieo'a. Mrs. Allan Ap
?litfln Robbins was in the party. Mr?.
1. Sklddy Von Stade also entertained
tker? ?t luncheon.
Mrs. Charle? I. Berg gave a luncheon
T?t?rd?y st the Hotel GotheUB.
Mist Florence? Walton
To Dance at Parrot Ball
Several lo Entertain at Dinner
Before Exhibit inn at the
Kits on December 14
Miss Florence Walton will give an
sthibition dance at the i'arrot Hull, t<>
** betd ?t th? Rits-Carlton, December
U. Amone those who will enterUin
a dinner before the ball will he
??. Charlai Une Poor Jr., Mrs.
???we? Miehalis, Misa Ann? L Town
??*? Ud Mrs. Herman Schwab.
*? ?nd Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel
???swill r?turn to-day from Atlantic
J ?at will spend the n-mafhder of
*?SSSr a*, the Iyorraine.
?*tk],y and I ady Sparke h?v? ?r
r?t m the city from Syo??et, L. I..
???????t the Amtassador.
?Jb. Kow'.and Hasard hns arrived
2*H?wI,m. L. I.. ?nd i? at th?? Ritx
?'????? Sir Kdgar Bowring, of Lon
*??? i? ?lio st the Ritt.
,???? and Mrs. E. J. S. McVlckar are
?*?? Plata from their home at White
[??s. Oth. r arrivals at the Plax?
???Ms Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Whit
"??.who armed irom Kutonah, N. Y.,
J*? ??? and Mr? John E. Cowdin, of
'??^ Psrk.
Hu? Vtre ? Burrs will entertain
* '?? friand hi a supper in th? grill
'*** of the 1 iitzm to-morrow night to
"??brau her birthday.
?J and Mr?. Edward J. M. Nally.
? Ottlnirtr n Hudson, who are ?t the
??*?*. will ?ml for Europe January S.
*2$*t the Christmas holidays they
T1," ?** Joined by their son, Edward
X)iamai^^rnounHng
MODEPaN AND ORIOINAX DESIGNS
W PLATINUM
?fwodmve4.1^n effort
JEWELLERS
121 T?TTK AVENUE. AT 3-?w STREET
Mis? Harriet Canute
She tt a member of the Junior Auxiliary of St. Luke? lloipilal .Social
S?rrt?tr?, under who?, mutplcm the Parrot Ball It to be giren to-tnorrote
night.
Julian Nally jr.. who la a atudant at
Lawrenceville School.
Mrs. George L. Carnegie, who ha?
been at the Piara, will ?ail to-day on
the Paris to spend the winter in the
Riviera.
Miss Helen Ramsay Tumbull is at
the Plata for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Thorn?? C. Perkins ar?
rived from Boston yesterday and are
at the Belmont.
Mr?. Robert M. Janney, of Wynne
wood, Pa., ia at the St. Regl?.
Other arrivala thero include Mr. and
Mrs. Richard I'elnfield. of Tuexdo; Mr.
and Mr?. William Seward Webb Jr., of
Manhassott. and Mr. and Mrs. Garret
A. Hirbnrt, of Paterson.
B?I nn,l Mrs. William N. Haskell
arrived from Rjsaia on the Bercngaria.
Colonel 11 a <- k ? - ! 1 has hern connected
there with the Americnn Relief Expedi?
tion for the last two years.
Several dinner? will be given to?
night at Sherry's before the dance for
the Yorkvill? Social Center. Among
those who will entertain are Mr?. 1.
Arthur Brook-, Mrs. George T. Maxwell,
Mrs. Ralnh If. Johnson, Mrs. Minturn
Post Col'n? ?rie! Mr?. John Bowers, m
midnight ?upper will be aerved.
Whitney Presents His
Aretie Trove to Yale
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Dec. 12.?A |
collection e,r fur Mid hird-?kin gar?
ments, rnowshoes and other material?
used In Arctic expiration? ha? been i
presented to Yale Univer?lty for the
Peabony Museum by Harry Whitney,
Arctic explorer. It was announced to?
day. Mr. Whitney went no;th with
Corr.morlore Penry in 1908, and was th"
first person to see I>r. 4'ook when the
latter returned with the claim that he
had ?I: ?roverr-ri the N'??rth Pole.
Another gift anonunced wns that of
the library of the Rev. Profe??or John
73, who died recently.
It was presr-ritr-rl by hi? ?on, Associate
i..hn P. Peter?, of the Yale
School of Mt-licine. Th.- library con?
sists of 1,200 volume?, devot?d to On?
lllrject?.
Professor c'nrcnce H.
Harintr. of the hi.tory department, wa?
alvaneed to a full professorship, with
???ignrnent to the graduate school. Dr.
i- ia a graduate of Harvard and
Oxford, and received his first appoint
* Yale in 191?.
Caiabrill. <?' the ed
uention rie,- I the New Jersey
hool at Trenton, has
been appoint.<t r.??i?tont professor of
elementarv educa'ion. Mi?.? C.smhrill |
was ?graduated from Western Maryland
College in 1902.
? Pall Mall Smnpet Oui? to Hold
Annual Punce on Saturday
Mrs. Roland Hinton Terry nnd Mr.
Harry Scott Payton will hold the third
annual committee dinner and dnnce of
!1 Mftll Supper Club at th<
ruine Saturday night. The committee
inelrdes the Misses Dorothy Achelis,
Katherine Adams. Betty Bailey, (on
stance Bunks Millicent Barnard. Bea?
trice Beard, Frances Bopnrt, Katherine
? aker, Harriet Camac,
I'hfltillon, Clarissa Hurd, Helen
unces McCoon, Mary Moore,
.Marga i et Ramsay, Murgaret Schnir
wind. Olivia Btern?r, I'ei/gy Stout.
Rosamond 1'pham and Emily Wright.
? a
Blooh-Mrndoza Wedding
Assemblyman Maurice Bloch and Mrs.
Madelin? Mendoza, daughter of Mr.
Louis Charles Neuberger, of this city,
wer? married last night at the Hotel
Ambassador. The ceremony was per?
formed by Rabbi Stephen S. Wise. The
Assemblyman and his bride will be ?t
White Sulphur Springs until th? Legis?
lature convenes in January.
Westrhfstcr Helps Children
Prominent residente of WestchesUr
Coutity will attend the dancs and sup?
per Friday night in ?id of th? Chil?
dren's Aasociation of Westchester
County, which will be held at the
Wratchetter-Riltmnre Country Club, at
Rye. Those in charge of the event
include Mrs. Ralph Hubbard. Mr?. Ben?
jamin Fields, Mrs. Duncan Bulkeley, >
Mrs. Charlea Smithers, Mrs. Henry
Steers, Mrs. Henry Dearborn, Mrs. I
Silas Howland. Mrs. E. C. Lufkin ?nd ;
Mrs. Thom?a ?. Forrest*
Hitter Speech Ball
Popular With Sorietv
Many Attrmi Function ut thr
I'laza* Proceed? I se?I for a
Voi?<- >?-li t?l:t r-*?lt i j? Fund
Society was well represented at th?
Better Speech Hall held last night In
the grand ballroom of the l'Usa tindei
tho auspices of the National Associa?
tion for American Speech. Thai pro?
ceeds were used for th? association'!
voice training ?cholarahip fund.
The patrons and boxholders included
Miss Julia Arthur, Mr. James M
Mr?. Wiiiam Belknnp, Mr. Dwight
Briiman, Major General Billiard. Mit?
Florence A. C?bl
3uth. Mr. John 1 I ierick
-cher, Mr. Edwai . Mr?,
lianiel Guggenheim, Mr?. Oliver llarri
man, Mr. John Stanley I]
otto ii. Kahn. Mrs. Edward McVlekar,
Mr. \v. K.iriii? Morgan, Miss M
Nolnnd, Mrs. Willias I raine,
Mrs. Henry U. Plant. Admiral Plu
Mrs. Andrew 1rs, Albert
Stieglitz, Mr?. Soi
R. Voorhls and Mrs. William 11.
Woodin.
Many of the season's dsbutantes as?
sisted on the various committee?. They
included Miss Constance Banks, chair?
man; Miss Elizabeth M. Armstrong.
Miss Dorothy Achcli?, Miss Millic.-r.t
Birnsrd, Miss Beatrice Bayn?, Miss
Sibyil Bliss, Miss Frances Budlung,
Miss Dolores Casilla, Miss Edith Chis
holm, Miss Susan Coppell, Mi?? (iraca
Cuyler, Miss Louise (jleason, Miss Krittl?
ers (?oodhue, Miss Hetty liammil
Eleanor Hubbnrd, Miss Marjorie
Hughes, Miss Carol Kip, Miss Louise
Miss Katharine Manice, Miss
Margaret Sloan Mant?n, Miss Estelle
Msnville, Miss ( urolyn McCoon, Miss
Polly McCall. Misa Elisabeth Merchant,
.Miss Msry Noyes, Mi?s Rosalie 1'illot,
Mis? ?S, Miss Jan?? I
Miss Lydia Plunkett, Miss Helen Lowe
Rice, Miss Josephii Miss
H?riot Newell Reynolds, Miss Dorotliy
Rose, Miss I.Upenard Seabury.
Elsie Schreiber, Miss Marg.irrt
Miss Olivis Sterner, Mis? Betty Strong,
Miss Ausrust? Trimble, Mis? I
Trippe, Mis? Ruth W
I.? th Woodin. Mi?? En
Estelle Wilckes, Miss Gladys Wilckcs
?nd Mits Alice McKim Voss.
? ?
Girls' Protective I-eapue
To Hold Meeting To-night
Fourteenth Annual ScM?OT Will
Be Preside?! Over ftj ll?-n?!
of Hoard of Directors
The fourteenth annual meeting of
the Oil*)?1 I'rertfctive league will he
hell to-niifht in the ballroom at th?
Colony Club. Mr. George W. Alger,
lent of the board of dircctorr,
will ?reside.
_?sab?rs of the committee Inrl'ide
Mr?. Edgerton Par?on?, chairman; Mr?
George F. Baker jr, treas-in-r-, Mr.
und Dodge, Mr?. Coleman du
Pont, Mr?. E. H. Harriman, Mr?. John
Henry Hammond. Mr?. Ott? 11. Kahn,
Mr?. Samuel I-ewisohn, Mr?. <'harl?-?
14. Alexander, Mrs. Donn Barber, Mr?. ,
Jonathan Bulkley, Mr?. Jame? A. Bur-!
den, Miss Sarah Butler, Mrs. Prank L.
Crocker, Mi?? Emily Cro??, Mrs. Haley
Fi.ke, Mra. Edward W. Freeman.
Frank W. Fru.-auff, Mrs. Lewi* I
Mrs. Bernard F Cimbel, Mr. John M.
t?lenn, Mr. William A Creer, Miss
Mary U. Hoffman, Mra. Edwin C Jame?
son, Mrs. Walter Eyre Lambirt, the
Rev. Bryan J. McEntrgart, Mra. James <
R. McKce. Bishop Manning. Mra. Shel
ton K. Martin, Mrs. Robert G. Mead,
Mrs. Seth M. Milliken, Mrs. William
Fellowe? Morgan, Mr?. Charle* D. Nor?
ton, Mr?. William Church Oiborn, Mrs.
John T. Pratt, Ml?? Alice Preston, Mr?.
William Rose Proetor, Mr?. Ro.and L
Redmond, Mr?. William B. Riet-, Mr?.
Herbert Rcoville, Mr?. Charle? Stone.
Mr?. Willard D. Straight, Mrs. Coffin
Van R?n?s?laer, Mr?. Paul Warburg,
Mr?. Payne Whitney and Rabbi SU
S. Wise.
For Christmaa?
A Splendid Western Story
HONOR?
WILLSIE'S
exciting new novel
"Not only her best but one of
the greatest novels of the
year. . . . Justine? any word
of praise thst can be said of
it."?PhUa. Record. |2.00
JUDITH
OF THE
GODLESS VALLEY
"?f?*?4? Enchanted Canyon"
STOKES, PUBLISHER
Young Boswcll
Interviews
Charles Dana Gibson
ht <? n will known Ulm?
trntor,
k? i? n member of tk* Ameritan Acad?
emy of Art? ?nd Letter?,
h? it tkt author of "Sketek?? in Lon?
don" and Trop.? of Ihekem."
kin ton was a winning .er cw captain.
*>- it note in attire charge of "Life."
Down a long corridor, poet door?,
emitting voice? tn the prnciil of being
cultivated, nottt from a youthful nolis,
th? rraik of a piano, l'otjiig Bom ell
i th? ?tudio of CH '?'.
i tk? upper reachr? ef Cee?
nepie Hall. In an enormous room, hung
tgurrd tapeitne., n ?nnty ikylight
at ose end. Mi: .er a tilted
drau-ing board. Young Itntwell crawled
into a highbaeked chair, tn watch tht
artitt at work.
IMXI DANA Q| n just
grinding out a cartoon for "I.if?." Noth?
ing particularly interesting.
Young Boswell i Being ?f a definitive
mind ??What Is your idea of a perfect
cartoon?
CHABLBI DANA OXBfON ?*>h, w?11,
that I? a pretty hard question to an
?wer. If I knew I'd go out ?r.d mak?
on?. I wouldn't w??te any tint? telling
people about It.
Young Boewell ?naked over th? artiifi
?houlder n. he drew, f'retyrler' Hard
ina 4Tfl? ?teering a primitlo* autnma
rS.le iKat looked 01 though it ?hotild
rave been fn?;?n out of ? rv\e? nPUS age.
Mr, Hughe? rotlr in 'he rear POOS, and
Sam ?food alnngtule, about tn
.ttlrr open? cryptir ph<
MvI.ES DANA GIBSON There'?
nothing Interesting about me, either, as
far aa I can ?ee. I didn't go to college,
a? you hoy? ?II did. I s'udied at the
Art Students' Vsamua, and kept on draw?
ing picture?. Then ?orrn? one named
them "The t'ib-on Girl," and I went on
drawing them. Everything about m? i?
pa?t ?nd done for. You ?ee me juat a?
I alway? am, in my work cloth??.
He ?food ftp (,, get a pertpeetiv? of
hi? drawing. He uni very tall and ratktr
boyith, ?trnight and ttattcart. To look
at Ait white hnir made unu'h a parados.
Hn hnP collared ?At-- ?uit
?triaked a it A arnkt nf paint, might hire
belonged to any ?trugglmg V ""(" orfi?(.
V'.A 0IB8OM I'm
sorry I rMdn't go to college, hut I felt I
w?s one of the boy? when I u??-d to go
up to college to ?ee the romea and
race? with my aon. It ?eemed to be a
wonderful life.
Young Boawell?Yen bel-ere in youth,
then? You don't agre? with Jame? Bar
rie, in hit tudenti of
Edlnbargh l
CRABLBS DANA BIBSON Oh, ye?.
I resd It ?-??a it cam? out in th? paper
and I've bexn trying to g?t a copy of It
ever since.
Young Boewell drew from hii pocket a
copy nf "i'nurage." wkiek he
about ui'h him, at a kind nf gond luck
m hi? journalntic venture?.
Sg Boswell It's been puhllahed In
age il
trying ta Veep youth from Its ?hsre In
running the world ?
CRABU [BSON Not In?
tentionally, no. e He trailed kindly.
he have forgotten
they an 'ing.
lie ?at down again at the drawing
?'firm.
The figurn itnod out etrnngly ai hii
deft r?-?i ran along the prncil tracingi,
and I'ncle San't cnnttail received large
?J onerl wide ?trijiet ?n ? few iffi
? ? i'ket.
r,g Boawell?You are running
"Life" now?
< BABLES DANA GIB
You ?ee, young fellow, there ??n't any
? thing Ktartling or interesting about me.
? thing I? pretty much r?miniscence
for rae. Kvery.hing I've done I? far be
I artoons for
"Life." Cet any copy and you can ?
! what I'm <! ing.
i left Aim inking kit
1 drawing. "Courag>" tnugglcd in hi?
overcoat pocket, but h* didn't read it
going down in the iltvator. He didn't
need ta. MR- HIBSO.W had givm him
that.
Miss Bielefeld! to Wed
iU'f'mrtit Aniioiiiici'd to Mr.
Humilton W. I.ol>in*on
Mr?. Garl V. IlnlefeMt, e.' Dron
hlnglund, Denmark, ha? announce
engagement of her daughter, Mi?*
Agathe B. Bielefelds, to Mr. Hamilton
? en. ?on of Mr. ?nd Mr?.
Henry A. BobinSOB, at Vonkcr?
son Is a graduate of Prine?ton
a member of the Lawyer?' Club
on A. During th? w?r h?
'icer in th? field ar?
tillery in Frame. Was Bielefeldt ha?
Dg in thi? city.
?
/mice
o
IONALLY i work of
?I will give a clean
cepcion "t thr for?a il wort "? fnr
life of ? nation than any studied
trc.itisc.
Certain People of Importan?ri?.
above .ill. ? work of art. compelling
in its interest. Mut it ?I at IM
?-ame time | revelation of America*?
inmost Belli UpiUWd in term? of
I t\ pical American family's prog?
ress through life.
Mary K. ?f'tlkins Freeman says:
"It i? a book vrhicJi rnuil be read by
all good American?. It i* their duty
and will be their plea?ure and profil to
read U."
$2 at bookstores
Doublcday, Page & Co.
t? NoVef ofReaC ?fe
ViWULEENNORRlS
At Christmas Time
Everyman's
Library
Presents to Bookloven the
opportunity to own most of the
world's great literature. One
discriminating reader said:
They are the only cheap
l-Kjoks I have* ever seen that do
not make you feel cheap."
mmmS for a free cat ale? ee ?f 74?
yBJ- emem SO aewle. ?K??t?*e eilra.
E. P. Dutiaa A C?., Ml Slh A?, N.T.
Berengaria Takes Many
To Kurope for Chriatmaa
??00 (lzeclio-4*?lo3ukians Amona
llomMming Passengers on
Big Cunard I.lnrr
The Bsrsngari?, of the Cunard Une,
?ailed front her? yesterday with 1,000
Europeans, Including a p?rty of 400
; Ctecho-Slovakians, who will pass the
holidays with relative? and friend? in
their nstive land.
Henry W. ?locum, former national
tennis chnmplo? and president of th?
sd (States Lawn Tennis Associa?
tion, sailed on ths vessel to represent
this country at ths International tennis
confsrar.? ?? i n London on I>ecemt i
snd 21 It is plsnned to diside th? ten?
nis tournsments into two divisions,
Americsn and European, he said, in
ordsr to eliminate a? much traveling
a? poiiib!? by contestants. Thes? new
regulstlons will prob?bly become ef?
fective nsst yesr, he declared.
? ?ailing ?aere .Sir Mwasnany Alger,
delegate? from India to the League of
Nation?, who u returning after a two
?months' vint here and in Ca?ad?; L.
gold mine developer, going
! home after a three years' stay In this
I country to pass the winter bunting
along the Mil?; Harvey U.lew, going
I to Lngland to hunt faxes: William
! Harris, chsirmsn of the Ritz ?"erlton
i hotels; Panacly W. Herrka, ?on of the
Americsn Ambassador to Prance, snd
, Mrs. Herrick, nr.d K V. R Nlehol, aiee
. president of the Armour Craln Com
! panv, and Mr?. Nichol.
The French liner R?tu?iillon also de?
parted yestcrdsy for Vigo snd Havrs
and had among her passengers ten
member?',' Tt Comed?? Pran
? caite Compsny. Others tailing included
I Sd Mr?. Hamilton Hlgble and
??th Higbie. Mr. Hlgble t?
? r<-ri>,j(rr of the Long Itlsr
i nance Corporation. Frederick Rurllng
. ham, a ase?M picture producer, wa*
1 another voyager.
?
?Mill Oo/cr Make?* Her
D< lint in Philadelphia
?riiiHta at Kail Transferred to
?Irani;?- (.r?>?.r in Hoof
(?aril?n?
/?partol atSatMS? l<I Th? Tribu"?
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 12, Tempo?
rarily trat i sn orange grove,
the gue?t? led the ball given
by Mr. and Mr? ? rsef at the
night experienced
a sensation that will not soon fsde.
?roter gava the ball
to introduce to society their daugh
Miss Florence Croter. They have
been living in .New York and are In
this City for nwhile. It. itutiful
rstjons bedecked the liellevu? Strat?
ford r.iof gat
Included among the out of town
gueits were Mr. and Mrs. Woodward
Hancock, Mr and Mrs. J. Randolph
Robinson, Mr. snd Mrs. Jorge Andre,
Mr. and Mrs. Oardaa? Hrown, Mr. and
Mrs. I , Mr. and Mr?, S?
r, Mr. and Mm. ?Union Killer.
Mr. snd Mrs. .Samuel Willems, Mr. and
Kaufman, Mr. and Mr?. E 0.
Riehnrd?, Mr. und Mr? Morgsn La
Montague, Mr. and Mr?. Eageas Grac?,
Dr. and Mrs. Henry James, Mr. and
Mrs. John ilarriman, M r. snd Mrs.
Marshsll Russell, Mr. and Mr?. Kmlen
Hare. Mr?. Jay B. UppincoU, Ml
Im Newell, Mr?. Edward Houirh. Mrs.
!?rsyton Id, Mr?. Kr?-<lerick
John?on, Mr?. Willism Laimbeer, Mrs.
rt Rawlins, Miss Jean 1
Milt Anne KaulTman. Mia? Constance
I'eahody. Miss Diana Dalziel, Ml??
Readleston, Mr. Thorn?? Totter. Mr.
Caleb Brsgg, Mr. John Csrney, Mr.
Malcolm Meacham, Dr. John Kreeland,
Mr. John Currier. Mr. Charles B. Stew
srt. Mr. Ferdinand Jclke, Mr. John
Mr. Jerry Henderson. Mr. Faul
Stevenson, Mr. Edward Mrllvaine and
Mr. Robert Flint.
IMPORTANT
UNRESTRICTED SALES
THF. BLOCK OF *ME$? 5?TTH TO S7TH
MADISON AVL ^^ STREET.
ENTRANCE 30 EAST 57TH ST.
-r
THIS AFTERNOON
Ai 215 O'CLOCK
FINE SPECIMENS OF
AMERICAN AND COLONIAL
FURNITURE
Inrlmlliic ?..tarai t ntianal
*,.,. Itnaa? hy
DUNCAN PHYFE
EARLY ENGLISH SILVER,
GLASS AND CHINA, TAPESTRY
& OTHER OBJECTS
III I (IM.IM. Ml
A SOUTHERN LADY
And l?verai other private owners
Tomorrrjw (Thurs.), Friday
& Saturday Afternoons
at 2 o'Cloclc
BY DIRECTION OF MR. ALEX
ANDER P. MOORE, AND THE
UNION TRUST COMPANY OF
PITTSBURGH. PENNSYLVANIA,
EXECUTORS.
THE ARTISTIC
AND OTHER
VALUABLE PERSONAL
PROPERTY
BELONCING TO THE LATE
LILLIAN RUSSELL
(MM 3II.V.3MHK P, BJSJSJMBI
of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
3Vhlrh annal.I? uf 3|r? Moore? rnllerilatt
of < hlnaaa poraalaln? In .Inrle aolor?. ?taro.
rated anil blue ?n?l ?lilt? ?i.a.lman?. Jade.
? r.atal and ?rtlirr ?naff I-fir. Ia.<j?.?ra.
I.nrr ear?Ins?, bromea anil braaaae an??
IVralan filan, e. rtna nindat? heoaehol?
furnltura. rhete? lirl. i.tal ma? ar.l brlr-a
brar, ?aloabe ?lUitiimcl? and uih.r jawalrt.
aalttahla fur? and ?arta? aad other objavle
of ?aJua.
o* nr.r. vm*w ? a. tt. rmi a r. tt.
NOT?. Th? Hwatty May II? Inap?cl??I
Onlr Between !0 A M snd t 1? P. M.
*. Illnalratad ? atnlotjua Mallad ?n
Aupllaal? on R.-.elp? of Oae Hollar.
o* rnr.r. 311 u ? \ ?1 1 m ? p. m.
Haflanln? To-day ?ml < ontliiulna; until
Ilata? uf tala.
Moodsy ? Toesdsjr
Afternoon? of Next Week
at 2:30 o'Clock
The
Piettro Cattadori
Collection of
BEAUTIFUL
REAL LACES
AND
TABLE LINENS
? iff. n <r 3n r tiraairdlnar?
Opi?.rtlinll> f..r Vr.,r;,r n(
DESIRABLE USEFUL
HOLIDAY GIFTS
a.Talalaa-ae Mailed on Berelpt af ?tit?
Cent?.
The ?tale* Will M -d ?T
MR Dunn- s hiaar _
and hi? aasstlaln 3IR ?)IT?) BPRXsTT
aad MR. IHK 331 il. PARRK. af Ike
AMERICAN AR? ASSOCIATION.
.m 1 sagi tb.
1,000 Sail To-day
( hi Paris Bound for
Holiday? Abroad
Sheldon Whilehouae, Conn
fM'llnr of II. 9. Embassy,
to Km bark; America to
Sail on Trip to Brt-roen
Th? French liner Pari?, which I? tak?
ing Georges Clemen???? hoot?, will tail
at 11 o'clock this morning from hrr
Wttt Fifteenth Street plsr. She Is
carrying s large quantity of malls feg
Havre and 1,000 passengers.
Among those booked to ?all are Mme.
Cee?? Sorel, of the Comedi? Fran?ais?,
who has been In this country on a tour
with her company; Lydlg H?yt, New
York lawyer; Miss Ruth Donnelly, sc
tress; Albert Lsmbert, member of Mm?.
Sorsl's eompsny; Arthur H. Blanchard,
American Minister to Hayti ; Sheldon
?Vhilehouia, counsellor of the Ameri?
can Kmbstty in Paris, and Mrs. Whlte
houia; Herbert Guerirt, secretary of
the French Embassy, Washlnirton;
Mrs. George Lander Carnegie, Gerald
Hoyt and family, Countess Andre ds
Llmur, daughter of Prince Ponlatow
ski; Dr. Al'rcd Solvay, Mr ?nl Mrs.
Arthur V. Davia, Mr. and Mrs. V. Vi
vsudon, M. Wsrlleh, of the Am?riean
ssaaayi Paul R??udy,
fresident of the Mutual Lifs In?urancs
orapany, Franc?; William R?lmer;
Walter P, Sherman, pr?sident of th?
Engineering and Commerce Corpora
tlon; Frank K. Moulton, trainer fo?
Joseph E. Widener's racing stable;
Major George Washington Stevens,
president of th? Montreal Harbor As
socistion; llenjamin 5lehlesslnger, presi>
dent of the International Ladles' Ger?
ment Worker?' Union; Henri Didot and
I'r Fernand Lemaltne.
The veitel will also take some of tb?
sis-day bicycle racers, who Ju?t fln
ished their grind at Madison Square
Gsrden. They ara Osear Kgg. Maurice
li r- <-eo, L. Kyckman, A. 8ple??sas, A.
Orea?, A. Astlnl, A. Oliver!, 0. Gsy
and G. IUIlonl.
The America, of the ?'nlted States
Lin??, alto will ?ail today t< r Hremen,
one of the last Christmas ?hips for
(?ermany. She Is dus to arrive there
on Decemher 2.1 with a large consign?
ment of Christmas mail and package?
and 900 pattengera.
Dr. It. W. Hart, of Washington, It
going to Bremen on th? liner, wher?
he will be stationed a? representative
?f the United SUte? Public Health
Service. Other passengers book'
elude W. Morgan fltopely, secretary of
the A Legation in Rigs; Hr.
Prit? Llbbcrger, Mr. snd Mr?. Grove?
ami rhilii, of Washington, and H. L.
Rennlck, Moscow corretponden, of Tb?
Attocialed Praia.
?
\V;ir (rn.n far Harry Merr
rrirm Th? Trthun?'? If at hi a glim Buriau
I, Dec. 12. Harry
living at the Hotel Theresa,
125th Street snd Seventh Avenue, New
. was to-day awarded we
Distinguish
irsordlnary heroism In action while
serving as ? flrst lieutenant of Com?
pany C, 106th infantry, ot th?
New York National Guard division.
Men's heroism occurred In the Dicke?
bush sector of Prance on August 27,
1918.
New Settlement Hou?e
Opened by Aid Societi
Cenrgn F. HiiUii Jr. Donatr
Building on Fast Siite in
Memory of Hi? Mothrr
Th? Florence Tucker Baker Houm
donated by Georg? F. B?k?r jr. Ii
memory of hi? mrrther, was formal)]
opened yesterday by th? Friendly Ai<
Society. Ml?? Edith Kendall, ?ecretar;
of th? organisation, w?? hoste"
Th? n?w house is a three itory hrlrl
bailding on th? north?
Firat Av?nue and Thirty-fourth 8trt?4
It I? Intended a? a community e?ntei
and ?ettlement for the children an?
mother* of the neighborhood. It eon
I tain? a large kindergarten for ?ro?l
children, three elubroom? wh?r? moth
er?' ??wing club? ?nd girl?' gyrana-ti.
cla???? meet, a model kitchen for th?
housekeeping el?*? of girl? from ?Ighi
to sixteen year? old ?nd ten bedroom?
whtre the resident workers of the In
?tltutlon m?y live.
Adjoining th? hou?? on the Thirty
fourth Street ?Id? Is a lot which will
b? used for ? gymnasium when th?
building fund? have been raited.
Th? activities of the I
Tuckir Baker House Include Kngll?r
classes for women, a children's clinic
sewing classe?, plann rlatses, Junloi
Red Cran? club?, dancing club?. hi?tor>
club?, coal ?ale?, literary meetings and
other group* for boy? and girl? and
their parents.
s
George William*-*, Relief
Worker, Dits at Hi? Tsmk
TANTINOPLE. Pee.
?iraless dispatch from th? American
destroyer Kdiall, stationed at 8am
?un, to th? Neer Eaet Relief headquar?
ters here announce-? th? death at Mar
ser-.an on Sunday of George Williams,
on? of th? relief orean i rat i on i
tor?. Mr. William?, who wa? formerly
United SUt?a Vlc?-Coniul at Milan,
mad? hi? horn? In Foxburg, Pa. Death
wa? dua to pneumonia.
Mr William? waa ?trlcken While
rescuing orphans In th? ?nter
Anatolia and bringing them to th?
Black Sea. HI? l??t achievement wa?
th? conveying of ?everil thou??ml
pararrtlet? children fre>?n He-irut te
?tantlnople. Althouph Mg William?
wa? of frail pay? i que, ho insisted on
trudging several hu i red mile?,
through knee-deep snow and I
cold, at th? head of great caravan? of
children. Un th? w?y to Samsun with
th? l??t detachment h? led he fell
victim to exposure and ?shaustion.
Mr. Williame will he buried in the
only Christian eeme'ery In northern
Anatoli?, where lie the bodie? of other
American? who have given up th?lr
liv?? In humanitarian work in this
rsgion.
MRS. IRENE OSGOOD
NORTHAMPTON. England. Dec. 12.
Mr?. Irene <)?goo<l, an ?uthor. ilai
at her home her? to-day. after a
month'? illnei?. Mrs. Oigood, who
waa born in America and retained her
American citizenship, wrote several
nov?U and play?. Sha also wa? th?
author of a few books of pern?.
LADY CREASE
VICTORIA. B IS, Udy
Crease, ninety-six year? old, widow of
Sir Henry ? rea??, of the Britim
lumMa Supreme Court, i? dead.
Guar?s*?jewels
DREicER&c0
?jifin ^ventee
ta. MJo*,-*A, A
Boys' booths
Girls' bool?s
Little Children's
BOOKS
fsmmt^?emmu*
DUTTONS
?infthAY?>nut
?Putnam
Bookstore
l~4b\a_w\'Venm
jTor (?fjri?tma?
Christmas Cards
Personal Greeting Cards
in almost endless variety
4 book that atery child thould own
The
Children's
Bible
Sslettieas tram tk? Old ?ad N?w T?ita
?eats la sMapl* Laflnk, ?rr?a|*d by
HENRY A. SHERMAN aad CHARLES F.
KENT. B???tif?ily ?-????' ?ad ?nat??*,
witk 30 fnJl-Mf? iII?etr?tio?4 ia (?II
color aad daoto??.
At all bookttorc*. S3.50
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS ? N. T.
ooks
DUTTON'S
P g=? * Bookstore
2^45Va3ai*5"A.NY
ForQrtstmtu
Personal Greeting
Cards
We cmn still accept a limit
?*d number of orders for de?
livery before Christmas.
Sets of Standard
English Authors
in best English
bindings
Dutton's
681 Fifth Avenue
at $4th Streit
2We.t45.hSL,N.Y.
alttal Watt? at ?Ih A??.
31 Herat ar else
beaks are ?aid.
Outline of Science
A Plain Story Simply Told
? vola royal Ivo. ITS? page?. 14? Illus?
tration??, 17 culortd ((latas.
"This great mor h ought to
bo In the plore of honour and
of daily uto In eteey eielllsed
family."
A ?pUndid gift for ?ayon? from
16 to 90.
.W
Christmas
Cartlfland
Calendars
PtMmmtsl Grtntttnsj Cards
DUTTON'S
681 fifth Arenoe
>sa\?m?s*mm'm'.m*nw9
Birth, I ngagrmrnt, Harr lag?.
Death nnd In M4*e*mrrlaiTi Notlr??
me, be telephoned to Ths Tribuna
ana time up te mt?ni?hi tar isa.
tertian m the nest day't paper,
Telephone Reebman 3000.
MARRIAGES
tut tut i
sea? I*?.?
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irr I 4I4IMI <? ?-MIH
her it. Mary ????*. l???r?i?i ?'
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I Morris
town. H J
DF.AfHS
4II4M1 J.rn?. r "* ? ?
I war ??4? e. . ??/??asa?
da?', 11 a m
AVrBY- Ai A'h- ? hee ?
, :??!>? Ted?*, wife
.one?
-utStWS l| ?'? '
?*UB.ral B?<
*.n. r Dwlahl I ? a? I"r??
14 .' I II F M
n.n? M?h?.h N J 1! I* p en
? rt\l*r 11 T, papers
fleas??
Ihmiii ?' ?
*? 1
Nolle? of faaeial h.r??'
BOMllM' ? The r?iB?rsl f*h?jr?a
,.ru*d??r MIS ?I
until 44 ?<!?.->
-mber II. ?? I 1? s m . the?*.
?
CAMT Jei.M Veil, wir. nt Msrver G
';?cemb?r I :
h) i.rl.r
? un W e 4 r. ? ?
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ot St. Ae.,l. ?
-
. ! e??u?hi?r '.Vsrner
fun.ral k?re
-Hie. Kr , papers pleae?
I?r Illl'Ui.n r , ?- .. n.ether ?'
?Ira Knrlqu? J ?'-reril'. a>
Havana. It. In h.r 14-1
?rear, frum the mull, uf an operation
I) HS I il b-1-.ve.t wife of r-r? la?
Kra .
at tl I h.r ?laus-hie
r ??
m N He | her II. Ann!? M
-i her 41?. >,?r at ?h?
rh?r me, Arn.i.i.f.r? a?
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Hela
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fro ... ID) 4lh ???
ti? Apostle, latsrmea'
lit It?- A ?t?ry.
in sun- ? Th? r.
??hurrh |4'ampb? i RuIMIng), llroeetwey
?llh at . Thursday, 1 i
r.*Rnt-n r il, mmi r
beloved wife of ""rank J Karri.!? Kuaarei
i lire- late. r?.ll,l,r-, J! W.St i llh
?t isrnsr Is e ,
l>???mlw 14. at H a m In
alvary r'?rn?.?rr
I I B414 ??i*? -nla .4 . at reet. b
wit? Of I'
II. In her 11.h
r>?Id.n. ?. ; I -.- . ? .?da?
" 4*
a in. N??bur?h p?p?r? ple??
OODDAUI I I!
1111. st a?r rset.t.n re. Ill
Allr? Win.. ,?t?
r Nortuei
will ? i leur r
Htuyv?a?nr .-iu?r- anrl 1411? ar r. ? -
Jet er ). i ?? i mb??
'?:.'. at : 1 rmsnt ?ri?
v?t?.
fillSMIv .
I m?
i.It 4 4 It ! '., Monday. D?
cellllj?-'
ssrretary
ant
A. M Ma.
the funsrsl h-trr.? .?f Arthur I
I? Park .. . M-.ntelatr. Weda?
nltij at I u
?'*' <
Il M I : lanly, ?t 1
ter II. I?K
JJd v.?r if hi? ??? l-*ejn?ral servir?? ?
at Tho, u -, ?re
14. at 11 ?
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IIIKII | .1
II. I til. i
av . I'ass?
S?rvl' ? ? ?' e ?. . ,r >
M \?. s.inelsr. Ii?e.rtir?er I?. III?. ?'
llh ?v. Now YurW rXUsebe.l?
el Haut*-ve | ot Ik*
1st? John ?nd |.u-y Keen e**jn?rsl ?er?
? will be le.1.1 st Trln
)tr.,?.1wa> all ?t . ?JB U
elsr, I'?'ember 14. a' II ? ?
ar? r?e|u??'?'l nai ?>r?
mniiii tasma?
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Ms 1er?, st Me. Fv
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? ?ley moralitf.
\l 4M - ?! nf Mr.
a?
irrst' ?
st 14th ?l rnn
lly ? ' ?
Ans- -I Wsshla?
; ?pars pl??S
i.inHr It, lili i IN
J? ?
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?
?ng- .1 II n.ret?
Inrerrtieni ?t ???nveni'ne? e,f the f??ntl>
IM M 4 It ?
11. I?!* Am v ?If |
la.? a?V inri ,Uu?ht?
, f th.- I.e. 44 lain T .
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dtp, Thuraeiay, I u ni
r?l*<rr, Kuddenly. at rUshln?. N T ?n
"?tnber I. Uli. l
Irlne?, ?f?'l II
al Ht (?aurgas '
ertr Thursday. !>?( ember II. it | p rja
T??iir leaves l'ennsy:?an?s Termlaal
Mvisi.rn. ?? M?
BBXD??t ' ?w ?uaema
I?, lot?, J??nm? M d?J_S?
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James < > . ? In.s
day. Il, at 1.19 p. as
ai ri* asu.i? i'AMrvnai.1. ruKaaAt.
' Mi ?Ml'h st. Tbur? .
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Saa<
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r n Thursday, at I 1? p an. Kindly niait
AMraar.i.
KKAI. .'Mil
Krlday. 12 ?ooa.
l'NDKHTAKRW
THE HOME HINKRAi
Ca???te??J {manyenirrity
Csll CdumlMM 820g
Wkss D?ath Oc-an
raANKECAMPBELL
"V?:lunenl ehurxk?r
t?>aai???niias ? t
?raadwnunt?emm
(EM^fERIES
m wonniiws < KMKTtr-4.
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