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THE SUN, SUNDAY, " FEBRUARY 11, 1917.
LAST WEEK OF SOCIAL ACTIVITY BEFORE LENT BEGINS Dances and Weddings of Importance on the Calendar Country Clubs and Country Houses Will See Lincoln's Birthday Gatherings More En gagements Announced Paris Boulevard Life Repro duced at Mr. Pynes Dipner THICRK has been no evidence of a diminution of society's ranks nor lifiu there Isren dWIciilty In sotting together a number suftlclont to carry a dunce. The audiences at the Metropolitan Operu, particularly Mat of 'Monday night, huvn tdioivn no full Ins; 'off In point of number!) or brill iancy. Many of those In the boxes last Monday went later to Mrs. Cornelius Vandcrbilt's dance, and the dinner Riven by Percy It. Pyno 2J at Sherry's took nearly one hundred of his friends aWKy from the opera. To Mr. l'ync must be awarded the honors for tho week's novelty In society, his dinner served In Sherry's small ballroom, with Its simulation of a Parts boule vard, suggesting the life that existed there previous to tho terrible struggle now going on In F.uropo. So far as possible the ballroom was made to represent tho outdoor cafe life which one sres In tho French capital and tho diversions that wcro continuous dur ing the serving of dinner were also suggestive of certain public quarters of Paris. Ono of the most agreeable dances of the winter was Riven on Wednes day night by Mrs. George Jay (lould at her home In Fifth avenue for her daughter, Mrs. Anthony .1. Drexel. Jr., the guests, numbering two hundred. . mr- IMPORTERS Mm McrurLlAopxif SmcriccC rtwes tww mi Sbris ,allei2vu7 ;ie formal openings xirxs procee&uur wtfi Jowiya ,fju xAases ms xisua ,an? will xxmfcaue Jo Jbrwad &vey mfiivue ,tnak .mtroDuced 6yJJie woM-faned, Creators of S&ris. x imbotitlans (INCLUDINO A NEW SHIPMENT VIA 8. S. ESPVONF ON VIEW IN OUR FIIE.NCII SALON FOR THE FIRST TIME TO-MORROW) fiirnisi Mispiratioa stffiamt for xi seasons modes -xzw) we Jiave alreaty assembled xl 'myul .array xifMwdJules wwxzpptvvedM tWt wfiiaiMreji Me asuonaMe M?merix lie Soulfiern Jiesorfa. already Milrvduced-jzre: GEORCETTE STRAIGHT NARROW PLEATED MODELS MANY EXAMPLES OF THE "TULIP'' AND "MELON" SHIRTS SOUTACHED STREET AND TRAVEL COATS AFTERNOON COATS OF EMBROIDERED SATIN DRESSES EMBROIDERED IN CHENILLE AND ANGORA CHERU1TS NEW STYLES WITH IRRECULAR LENGTH SKIRTS DAY DRESSES OF EMBROIDERED TUSSAH FROCKS AND GOWNS OF MOROCCO CREPE AND SILK VOILE SUITS WITH VELVET COATS AND SILK OR CLOTH SKIRTS ACCORDION PLEATED SUITS OF CHANELLA JERSEY HEATHER-MIXTURE AND TWO-TONED JERSEY SUITS NEW ROMAN BLOUSES SLEEVELESS PULL-ON SWEATERS NEW WEDGEWOOD BEADED BAGS EXQUISITE MOSAIC BEADED BAGS AL80 INTRODUCING AN EXTENSIVE ARRAY OF FROM WORLD-FAMED MODISTES FIFTH AVE. AT 40TH STREET, NEW YORK being among the young married friends of the family. Tho Gould house !m too beautiful to call for extra decorations, but there wcro tunny vne of opting Unworn In the draw In room and library and on the sup per tables there were flat decorations of Mop Co vers Jr., of Baltimore, son of the late Gen. Robert Obcr. It will be celebrated In . the .ballroom of the St. Begin, with the rtev. :ierbrt Hhlprnmi. rector of the Cluirch of tl.o Heavenly Rest, ofll- I elating, assisted by the Rev. Hugh nirckhead. rector ot Hmnnuol nplsco pal Chtlivli, Ilaltlmore. who was for- lust before, suuoer a vounc dancer I merlv attached tn St. Coni-noV i'lnm!i from tho Century Theatre did a pas this city. The reception to follow will soul most gracefully and while Mrs. be limited to relatives nnd u few lu (lotild's guests were at tabic tho blue I tlmatc friend. Miss Barclay will have and while Marimba band from the j her sister. Miss Sylvia Barclay, ns her Cocoanut Grove jilnyed. Later danc- only atlendgnt, and Bartlett S. John Ins was resumed to the Inspiriting I stun will net ns host man. Timm -tn music of Conrad's men. Tho Uollday which comes to-morrow will give an opportunity for trips to nearby country clubs where out door .sports are stilt in favor. Mrs. Rodman "Wanamakcr Is giving a din ner and dance to-morrow night at"her villa In Tuxedo Park, and there will ho many of the regular members at tho clubhouse there. Piping ltock will come In for its share, as skating In that vicinity has been excellent for weeks. Mrs. James Byrne's dance on Wednesday night, which will be hold bu no ushers. The possible advent of war has hastened the plans of several wed dings and among them is that of Miss Eleanor dc Graft Cuylcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Do Witt Cuylcr of Philadelphia, to Joseph Walker 3d of this city. The bridegroom-to-be is a member of the Armored Motor Battery of the New York National Guard. Tho I wedding was originally arranged to take pluce on April !, but It has been hastened to Saturday, when It will be celebrated in Philadelphia. ' Miss Cuylcr was among the bride In Sherry's, -will be for tho Misses J maids at the wedding of Miss Con Leslie Murray. Teresa Fabbrl uud stance .Chappell and T. Hunt Talmage. ueien james, ueouianies oi mo season, i Jr.. in the Church of the Incarnation and on lTldny night dances will be hist Monday. given by Mrs. Widter B. James for Miss Helen James at her home: Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Itoss Proctor and Mr. and Mrs. H. Lo Roy Whitney at Sherry's. Mrs. Oliver Gould Jennings Is giv ing on Saturday night a dinner at her home In Fifth avenue for her nieces. Miss Jennnetto Jennings and Miss Helen James, and als-o for Mlsu Katharine Haven and Miss Helen A. Hundley, all of whom are debutantes. There will be two subscription dunces on Saturday night the second Invltnllons have been sent out for the wedding of Miss Jean Uobb Stew art, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Oeorgo D.ivld Stewart of 00 West Fiftieth street and Appin House. Great Illvcr, L. I., to Robert Vosc White. It will be celebrated on the afternoon of March 3 nt the home of tho bride's parents and will be witnessed by a small gathering of relatives, but there will be a reception Immediately after the wedding ceremony. Miss Marjorle ll-iirn Sit r.ii'i e will 1 ut tint .lutn'd nnlv for this season of the Metropolitan , Ilttc,,ul.(tlU aml fi,.or(;c st.inlrv sh!rk Dances, which will be held at Sherry s, w ,(r , ,,of.t m(in Tle UHher3 wl I ana toe mini oi me lour junior ( ,, Lcws Dc,nrl(li Jr., amI rMvvard Dances organized by Jlrs. Danh-l Hutchlns .of Boston. Ivcllogg and others nt the Plaza. These I -. ,,r f-i,H0 m dances are for tho younger people ; wl,t(, of BoH,on nn(, h Rriiuate,i and the last of them will both be held from arvlm, ln ,909. on the night of April a. ' ' Already plans aro being made for Among the Interesting engagements . somo f the weddings of the early recently announced was that of .Miss I Rjlrjng. Miss Louise Wise, a daughter Frances Watts, daughter of Mr. and of Mis. J. 1C. Wle of Wilmington. Del., Mrs. Kthcltiort Watts of Philadel- w. v marrietl, to I-aurence Lewis, phia, to Theodoslus Fowler Stevens I wm 0f jr anJ Mr8. Thornton Lewis of this city. Miss Watts is a member ( ot Cincinnati, Ohio, on May 3 at thp or one of the most prominent families homo of her parents In Wilmington, in Philadelphia, and. she is well known 1 The engagement was announced last In lhiropr, where she ba.s travelled ! i.iitumn .Miss Lewis Is a niece of much with her father, who naN foen j),. Robert Worth lliiigham. who be fore her marriage a short time ago was Mis. Henry M, Flagler. In the diplomatic service of the fnltr-d States for sex oral years. Mr. W.itts is the present American Consul-Gen-rral at Brussels, and he recently re turned li. r on ii le.tve of absence nil account of Illness. Miss Watts xvas presented at the Belgian court during the winter of 1913, and the iwxt sea son was Introduced to society In Philadelphia. Mr. Stevens Is a son of the Lite I Francis B. Stex-en. xvho at the lime of hs death was head of the famous Stcveris family of Ilobokcn. lie a s-To.it-nenhew of Kdwin A. Stevens; founder of Stevens Institute of Tech nology, and he is the brother of Mrs Richard Stevens of Castle Point. Ilo boken. xvho is prominent in society In this city. The xveddlng will take place In the spring in Philadelphia, but lt will be celebrated quietly oxvlng to the death last year of Mr. Stex-ens's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McLaln More land of PittBburg, Pa., hax-e announced the engagement of their daughter. Miss Mary Morcland. to Luxvrence Hudson Vilas of Chicago. Miss More land Is a sister ot Mrs. Henry H. Oelrichs of this city, who xvas Miss Hsther Morcland, and she Is n niece of Mrs. George T, Maryo of Washing- Mr. and .Mrs. Henry Goodc, who were married on Tuesday at the home of the bride's paTrents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Do Zaido, 410 Park avenue, are spending their honeymoon at .Tckyl Island. After thelr'return from their wrddlng trip they will live in this city nnd later will go to Rye. N. Y.. for the summer. Mrs. Goode xx-as Mis.-' Mel cedes De Zjldo. There will be an opportunity to con tribute to a homo charity on Friday aftornoon xvhen the annual St. Valen tino's Kettledrum In aid of the Samari tan Home for the Aced xvlll Is? held nt Sherry's. The kettledrum i as much of a fixture in society as the Charity Ball, although Its exlstenc" has not covered so many years. This home Is one of the oldest charities in Xexv York, and this winter It Is hav ing a great struggle to proxide for more than thirty old men and women xvho live there. As the homo is al most entirely dependent upon the an nual kettledrum for its support the managers have been making an un usual effort to Interest those who may not knoxv of the home's existence and ' the urgent need It has of immediate assistance. There will be on sale Fri land Malay, wearing the costume r thoso countries. Tho officers f(ir the clns.1 thin yenr ure Mrs. Frank Hunter Potter, prcsldont: Mrs. Richard Irvln vice-president; Mrs, John H. teifn' secretary, and Miss Julia JlcAlllsttr treasurer, The board of directors Include Mr J. Herman Aldrlch, Miss Caroline Mor Ban, Mrs. J. Hull Browning, Mn George Livingston Nichols. MR3 ct,. crlne S. Burton. .Mrs. Frederic i;i0r Lewis, Mrs. William II. Crocker. Mr Franklln Butler Lord, Mrs. Augimm'. Bradhurst Field, Mrs. John Green ough, Mrs. Warren McConlhe. Mrs It Glllet Purdy, Mrs. M. Barnes Schlrmer Mrs. J. Tuckerman Tower, frank Hunter Potter nnd Itutledge I o.lel The subsequent meet.ngr will , held ln succession nt the homes ut Mrs. John H. Iselln. .Mrs Rpinr,i Irvln and .Mrs. Frederic K. Lewis. n Tuesdays, March fi, 13 and 27. Through the ooutlesy of Luden Bonheur of the Theatre Francali of Now York tho members of his com pany will give a performance of "At-, senc Lupin" on Tuesday afternoon at the Garrlck Theatre for tho benefit of tho St. Vincent de Paul Benex-okni Society, which Is connected with tli Church of St. Vincent do Paul In Twenty-third street, west of Sixth nvc nue. The leading roles will be as sumed by Kdgar Becman. Claude Ben edict and Yvonne Garrlck. The committee having in charge the performance Includes Mrs. Charles It., Vlvlcr. Mrs. Alfred C. Chapin, MN. Georglnc Iselln, Miss Aimce Delinon Ico, Mrs. Henry E. Gourd, Mrs . cento M. Plcabla. Mrs. Huntington Norton, Mrs. Henry Blnsse. Mrs. Rob ert L. Hoguct, Mrs. Maurice La Mon tagnc, Mrs. Louis J. De Milhau. Mm Lorenzo Picnbia and Miss Louisa Ii Vivler. Tickets and boxes may be ob tained from Mrs. Gourd, 21 wt Twelfth street. Many Interesting features will mark the Mardi Gras ball to be given nt the Rltz-Carlton on the night of Feli ruary 20 for tho benefit of the South ern Industrial Educational A"H.i- tlon, of xvhleh Mrs. Algernon Sidney Sulllx-an Is president. Besides the court dances of tho First Empire then' xvlll lo Interpretative claMo (lance under the direction of Florence Firm- I lng Noycs. Tho general ball xvlll open with : .minuet and will be folloxxcd by a ie loaso of toy balloons in the Mardi Gt -is colors, purple, green and orange. Ml" Zlllah Toxvnscnd Thompson, xvho i. to Impersonate the Carnival Quem xvlll xvear a gorgeous robe loaned liy Mrs. John Hall Watson, xvhleli wa xvorn ut a ball given by the late Mrn Astor in hdr Fifth ax-enue honv t! Duncan Marshall, Jr., xvlll be th King and among the ladles in w nt. xvlll be Misses Genevieve Clen,i. n , Beatrice Beck, Beatrice Pyn ''en Maud O'Brien'. Lornlne Allen. II li Gecr, Elsie Saltus and Adelaide .! tnerdlng. The patrons ami patrones-c .n elude Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert L. S. Me lee. Mr. and Mrs. Paul IJ. Crax-ull- It and Mr John Markle Wi.u.im t Bibb. Mrs. James May Duaie1. Mt u id Mrs. George Thompson. Mr. and Mi .lohn Hays lluminond, Mrs. f'ltxe.. ' H. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. T. Coleni.n du Pont. Dr and Mrs. Ernest I . m stock, Mrs. William Norman t .it .r Mrs. .1. H. P. Hodgson. Dr. and M- .Wllbam M. Polk and Mt. ,1 I. w. Bell Edxxard Simmons Hall is e' , nit n of the floor committee and amcii. aides xvlll be Theodore Route i"el ' Robert J. Randolph. Jr .lames M Beck. Jr.. Minturu Post Coll.ns ..' timer Delano, Emlen Lute'I .i1 Toxvnsend PineUney. Tickets and boxes may bo iibta.ii'ii from Mrs. Jiimes Hiirman Dim mi at the Rltz-Carlton. GENERAL NOTES OF SOCIETY. A1 of Inn. XVllOSC llUSDai'll xvas ill um.- iiiii. ' Fnlted States Ambassador to Russia. I ,iay afiernoon useful and fancy articles I No date has been set for the wedding, j made by Inmates of the home, and ' but It will take place In thu spring. there will be as well diversions for I ' Juveniles, most of whom look forward j Tho engagement has been announced to the kettledrum from year to xcar. of Miss Marx MlddlMon .Mltcnen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Ke.irs- Thcre will bo a room set aside for auc tion nnd coon can. and those xvho do I lev Mitchell of Philadelphia, tn Vinton t not euro for cards xvlll have an op- I - ... - .....1 fl,.u . . I Freedloy. fon oi me rue -nr. uuu portunuy tor dancing. I A. Tllllnghnrst Freedloy, also ot Phlla- ' The ofllcers of the home for this delphin. MUs Mitchell Is a member oi year are Mrs. Richard Irvln. Miss I : family that Is xvell known In this city. Mr. Freedloy xvas gratiuaieu from Harvard ln lfll4. Ho has liccn successful as an amateur musical com poser and -wrote the music for the musical comedy "Hero's to tho Girl," given nt the Plaza last December by young people of New York Interested In the Grosx-enor Neighborhood House, t jjrt(i w. Klntzing Post Gray Dinsmore. Miss Amy Townsend. Mrs. Gustav E. Kissel, Mrs. Elllngham I.axvrcnce,' Mrs. Ru dolph H. Kissel, Mrs. Alfred Wagstaff and L. F. Fallon. Among the managers are Mrs. James Benkard, Mrs. George II. Kent. Mis Antoinette W. Martin, Mr Hoxvland Davis, Mrs. G, Hermann Klnnleutt. Mrs Clarence Elizabeth M. roll, Mrs. George Blagdcn. Miss Ellse Rchcnkberg, Mrs. Illlborne L. Roose velt. Miss Adelina Moller, Mrs. Ncxv bold I.e Roy Edgar, Mrs. Alfred Kes ler. Mrs. John Dyneley Prince. Miss Margaret Rollo. Mrs. Archibald G. Thacher, Mrs. Elbeit H. Gary, Mis. Robert H. MeCtirdv, Jlrs. Frank Saxe. Miss Louise B. Willard. Mrs. Harry Horton Benkard. -Mrs. William Herbert. Mrs Henry I. McVukar. Mrs. George P Schmidt. Mrs. T. Toxx-ar Bates and Mrs. R. D. I'plutn Tickets at $1 each may bo obtained from any of the managers and also at Sherry's on Friday. Mrs. L. Sutton Crosby of 109 hast j i,yl,eh. Miss Margaret Remsen, Mrs. Fifty-sixth street has announced the yt orosvenor Goodrldgc, Mrs. Henry . engagement of her daughter. Mrs. Scott Rokenbaugh, Mrs. Gordon Mac flladys S. Crosby Hopkins, xvldov of I o,,iinUI. Miss H. W. Martin, Mrs. Will- . . .., TIUM.. Jnll.t.. in ! . ... . . . n A . i .xiarK iiopKins, ,ir., ui 1-iiiiiiuviiniin, i mm isarnotir, .xirs. l'aui . i ravam Stevens ItccKsclier or I'luiaueipnui. Mrs. Henry A. Goode. started by this organization Washington Square Player, will two noxv pla.xs and Michlo Itoxv. the Japanese interirotative dancer, xxlll dance some of the tolk and sword , diinces re. of old ,l.i.m Tboie xv. II be a mi a pantomime entitled , "L'Histoire des Trois Mai lunettes." There will al-o he a repetition of the "Dance Chltimse." xvhleh xa.- one of the features of the iveont entert.iiii ' mem given by the membeis of tin' 'Junior League. In this spici.ilty xvlil , be the same group which took part when the dance xx-.ts given at the Waldorf, the Mi.?s Helen Byrne. Adeline Hatch. Margaitt L.i Fame ami .Murray Hoffman. Miss Anna Iiyrne xvlll be at the piano for tlv I music nccompanying the dance. Tick ets at f." each and boxes seating eight The 1 Mrs. Clnyburgh. Mile de lloithoir. give John Heath. Loon Renniiy and Rex ToxviiM-iul. Thcie xvlll be a limited number of tickets suld at $5 each. These may lm obtained of Francis Roche at the headquarters of the Lafayette Fund. Room 122. Vanilerlillt Hotel. Among the members of the execu tive committee of the Lafayette Fund are Mines. Edmund L. liayllos. Archer Iluntimitoi'. H'nry I tog. rs Wintlirop -l. tirine Wilson, Peter Cooper Hewitt, Philip M. l.ydU. William K. Dick, .lames H Dtiki., John Jay Chapman, Wlliiam Astor Chattier and Leo Thomas. I. ir Mrs. Hopkins Is a sister of Mrs. James It. Eustls. Mr. Heckscher Is tho son of tho Into Richard Heckscher of Phila delphia. No date has been set for tho wedding. The American Ambulance Hospltul's Junior Committee, a group of M'ling women, among whose members arc Included Mrs. Wintlirop Aldrlch., Miss Angelica S. Broxvn. Mrs. Joseph 11 Choite. Jr.. Miss Beatrice Pratt. .Mrs. Reeve Schley. Mrs. Joseph Ernie Stevens, Mrs. George Whitney and Miss Elsie, Nicoll, chairman. Is. again t.... ii mt r e-..,l.M.A M-., rl,..PlAu . l,o.. -ltVi tilutiu fnp ii lieliottt tier-' .Xllliini, 11 V "''". U.' , " . , ., . ' ... Robert Bacon, .Mrs. William (lieen- of tho Plaza on Wednesday afternoon " f r , MlAZ "r .iiiiimi iteiiiiiin;, r. iv ieiiron. ! it.. ii...... it rt....i. it ,. it xxork ) w,iiMiii, .Mi. i. i ' llarriman. Mrs. A. Barton Hepburn. Mrs Junius S. Morgan, Mrs I lent v W. T the .estiv.il conceit to he s by the Music sk-hoo. Sct.ie.ie on Friday exeinns a' tJ'i"t' Hall, In addition to an or.heMi.i nearly 200 joung people fro u school, there xxlll be Ibe Ne Community Choi us of .".no . o some of tho song4, the audie ,oi x. asked to Join. The s. lioel fe i chestras ill be heaid it. si. " leading the numbeis for ri' u- a: -combined orchestras and 1 1 " 1 - "Community Sing, !ed h ll.irrv hart. The school's president is M' -Bailex Howell anJ the ere ' xvi.l be under the patroiuge Fiedeilck T. Hill, Mrs. Svlianie Iloxx-aid Manstlelil. Mis. ' II I ' ' Mrs. Sldnex ('. Ring. .p .i . x -I'nuglus 1.. Bl'lni.m. M: I Hlne, Mrs. Andrew t'.ir'.si Ms I Miles B. Carpenter, Mis .'o!u s K. ' neily. Otto II. Knhn. Mr I v ! Robert M. Duil-on. Johr W ham, Miss C. S. Baker. M I Troup, Miss !:un.i Il.nge . M I M. Reek. Mine M.lurll.i S. tin XI Mr M As for several years p.t( 1 1 1 e sexx intr i Y: Lc0lird Kellogg, Miss N.i . !!" Mass for the bene,,, of the Fresh Air cc . Mis Walter t ) V, 'V Association of the Cathedral of StJ Mrs. It. H Flaglei. .Mis. F . te ... T.- s....,.... ...r .11 lilt V IP Will llltlil fu I Joseph II. Chnato. Jr.. I3S Eat Sev- , ,.s ,., , , . s:lsoll '.,,, , em-iiisi 'ii.ti, .mis-. ,nnr in ran le , j ..st ., ,vi ,r i.,,.,, .,, H. Penff, Mrs O. II. P Belmont. Mrs, William P. Douglas. Mrs. Francis C. Huntington, Mrs. James Speycr, Mrs. Edxvards Spencer. Mrs. Howard Car- 1 Stevens, Tl Park avenue, or from the I box, otllce at the Comedy Theatre. Among the patronesses are Mrs nt 3 o'clock for the purpose of raising funds to carry on the hospital inoniinir I of February 27 tit the home of Mrs Stephen C Clark. -It! E.irt Seventieth street. During tho meeting Mine Ex-a Guiltier x ill slug loll, songs of Java Coolldge. Rutxcr It. Jc-xet" M" Mrs. Frank II. Simmons Mr- la'' Byrne. Mr and Mr. Will n Pi -Mr and Mr? Frank It Rone' Mr " Mrs. Arthur H. Scrtbt e M . n v II Montague Vi.ke's M - u I Co n .in cd on Thtrtl rnn' ) In tho Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church on Saturday xvlll bo celebrated tho xveddlng of Miss Esther Aucliln I closs, daughter of the lato Hugh D. Auchlncloss, to Edmund Wltherell JfiiHh, son ot .Mr, anil .Mrs. r.ninunu n. Na'sh of ftye." N. V.. anTl Siivannalx, Ga. The xveddlng ceremony xvlll ibe performed by tho Rev. Endlcott Pen body of Groton, Mass., asslr.ted by tho Rev. Henry Sloane Cottln, pastor of the church, nnd nfterward thero xvlll lie a reception at the home of tho bride's mother, 33 East Sixty-seventh street. Miss Auchlncloss xvlll bo es corted to the altur by her brother. Hugh D. Auchlncloss. Her attendants will be tho Misses Anita Grosvenor, Sylvia Holt. Violet King, Anno Sage, and also her cousins, Jennnetto Jen- nlnss and Helen James, both of whom are debutantes of this winter, Mr, Nush's brother-ln-laxv, Culver McWllllam, will net as best man and the ushers xvlll bo Franklin Luxvrence, Eliot Holt, F. Trubeo Davison. Worth Ington Davis. Samuel Pcabody, Frank lin Watklns, Oliver James and Itegl nnld Combe, Another xveddlng on Saturday will be that of Miss Beatrice Barcluy, daughter of Mr. William Orr Barcluy, who will be married to Qustavus Obcr, SOCIETY'S CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. MONDAY The Misses Hewitt, 9 Lexington avenue, afternoon re ception. ' Jh-R. Rodman Wnnamakcr, dinner and dance at her villa in Tuxedo Park. TUESDAY Second of the sub scription dances arranged by Mrs. Frederick H. Allen and others, Ritz-Cnrlton. WEDNESDAY Entertainment of pantomimes and comedies under auspices of the Junior Committee of tho American Ambulance, Plaza, afternoon. Snlc for tho benefit of the D' rrach Homo under the au spices of the Sowers, Ritz-Cnrlton. Mrs. J. Horace Hnrdinpr, 995 Fifth nVcnuc, u musicale. Mrs. James Byrnc, dance for debutantes, Sherry's. THURSDAY Tableaux Vivitnts for tho benefit of war victims, Century Theatre, nfternoon. FRIDAY Mrs. Walter U. Jnmcil, 7 East Seventieth street, dance for Miss Helen James. small Mrs. W. Ross Proctor dance, Sherry's. Mrs. H. Lc Roy Whitney, small dnnce for Miss Constance J Delanoy, Sherry s. 'Annual "St. VirlcivtrrYo's -Kettledrum to aid the Samaritan Home for the Aged, Sherry's, afternoon. Danco under auspices of the Women's Auxiliary of the French Hospital, Dclmonico's. SATURDAY Second of the Metropolitan Dances, Sherry's. Mrs. Oliver G. Jennings, 882 Fifth avenue, dinner and small dance for debutantes. Wedding of Miss Esther Auehincloss, daughter of the late Hugh D, Auehincloss, to Edmund S. Nash, Madison Ave nue Presbyterian Church, 4 P. M. Wedding of Miss Beatrice Barclay, daughter of Mrs. Wjll iam Orr Barclay, to CJustavus Ober, Jr., Hotel St. Regis-, I P. M. Third of the Four Dances, for juniors, Plazn. Monroe, Mrs. II. I'alrtleld Osnorn. Mrs Whltelaxv Held, Mrs- llerbeit I.. Satterlee, Mrs. Charles II. Sherrill. ' I Mrs. Willard D. Straight. Mrs. Eilward jM. Toxxn-end. Mrs. W. K Vandeiblli Mrs. Whitney Warren, Mrs. Alexander : S. Webb ami Mrsv Hiyry Pji.yno Whit-.' ' ney. Other members of the Junior Com jmittee aie Mrs. Wintlirop Aldileh. I Miss Civilise Alexandre, Mrs. Robert , L. Bacon. Miss Mary Canlleld, Mrs. ISnoxx'den A. Falinostock, Mrs. Sidney Fish. Ml-s Bell Giirnoo. Miss Carol A. llnrrlmiin. Mis Maud ICnhn, Miss Cor nelia Latidon, Miss Edith Mot timer. ! Miss Camilla Morgan, Mrs. Lewis S .Morris. Miss Leslie Murrax. Miss I Pauline Robinson and Miss Flora Whitney. 1 j With the continuation of war the I Ijifnyotle Fund, organized for the m. I of the relief of soldiets and their fntit ! Hies In France, has offered further opportunity for Americans to show their gratitude for what Lafaotti did for this cnuntrx Ono of the oppor tunities xvill be the entertainment ,ml 'concert xxhlcli will be In Id nt the home jof Mrs Iluike Roehe. LM West Flft ithltd stieet, on the uvriung of Feb ruary 20 at 9:30 o'clock Tho artists will be Miss Critlcos, 18G5 1917 Established Ocer Half Century C. C. SH A Y.NE & CO. Importers and Manufacturers of STRICTLY RELIABLE FURS Announce the continuance of their Annual Sale MANUFACTURED FURS at 25 Discount 1 ii i in 126 West 42d Street NEW YORK