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THE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 10, 1918.
SOCIETY WILL WORK FOR RED CROSS AT THE FLOWER SHOW 8 Hoover Rules Bar the Tea Garden This Year Easter Weddings May Be Hurried Junior League Raises Money by Direct Giving Plan THE) week of Ml-Carems passed rather quietly In society, though much Interest waa ah own in the wedding; of Miss Marie Galliard Johnson Rnd Lieut William Hamilton Russell. U. S. A., which 'was celebrated In St. Bartholomew's Church on Wednesday afternoon In the presence of a gathering fully rep resentative of New York society. There were Included among the guests many of the country neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, whose summer home is Woodlands, In Bast Isltp, X I. The Johnson family has for genera tions been Identified with the social life of this city, and the home of the bride's paternal grandparents, the late' Mr. and Mrs. Bradlh Johnson, at the northeast corner of Fifth avenue ana Twenty-first street, wits one of the .most Imposing houses of Its day.- It became Inter the home 6f the' Lotos Club and across from It won tho Union Club. Lieut. Russell's father, the late William Hamilton Russell, was one of tho leading architects ot his day. His 'mother was married to Alexander 8. Webb about two years ago. There will be one wedding In town this week one of those unexpected events, so far as the date Is con cerned, It having been advanced owing .to war conditions. It will be that of Miss Louise Wlnsl6w' Cogswell; daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Rensselaor Cogswell, to Ensign Thomas Robins, Jr., In the Church of the Ascension, Fifth avenue and'Tenth street. It was not expected to havo the wedding be fore Easter. Miss Cogswell lsono of ;the debutantes of the season and a S-ecently eleited member of the Junior League and among the first of that organization to become engaged this .season. In all probability , there will be nu merous hurried weddings during the Easter season, some of which will not be announced very much In advance of the dato. A wedding on Wednesday Of Easter week will be of Interest here and In Newport. It will Jjo that of Miss Margaret Fahnestock, daughter of tho late Gibson Fahnestock, to Syl Vanus Stokes, 'Jr.. U. S. N. It. Miss Fahnestock Is a granddaughter of the late Harris C. Fahnestock of this city. Her parents for years had a villa In Newport and her Introduction to so ciety was made last winter in Wash ington, D. C. Misn Fahnestock will have several bridesmaids, some of them from this city, and after the mar riage ceremony in the Bethlehem 4hapel -of the Washington Cathedral there will be a reception -at the homo of the bride's mother in Massachusetts avenue. Miss Fahnestock Is the sister of Copt. Snowden A. Fahnestock of this city. . In connection with the International Flower Show, .which will begin on Thursday at the Grand Central Palace, much attention will be paid to the Red Cross, for whoe benefit In past years a certain part of the space has been set aside for .tea rooms and entertain ments of a varied character. In place of the tea garden this year consider able space will bo devoted to a theatre with the surroundings of a garden, which will be made to resemble the theatres along the Champs Elysees and the Bols de Boulogne in Paris Thomas Hastings has designed a Greek theatro much like, one in the Bols and in It will bo shown moving pictures of events In France, and In one section of the garden there will be shown a model Red Cross workroom, so that those ignorant of the good work that Is being done by this organ ization will perhaps be sufficiently In terested to lend In future a helping hand. I Special days have been arranged for the garden. On Thursday It will be devoted to tho benefit of the American Red Cro:s, and there will be also British, French, Italian, Canadian, Belgian and Serbian days. One clay will bo devoted to the army and navy. Some of those who have come from the scene of war recently will tell of their experiences In tho trenches and hospitals, and there also will he In attendance a number of aviators. ThroiiKhout the week rare plants and flowers will bo sold for tho benefit of tho Red Cross, and member? of the Junior Leaguo will net as flower girls afternoon and evening. Miss Ruth Lockwood Manlerre will be tho chair man of the committee and she will have the assletance of the Misses Ruth miss, Minnie Richards, Ruth Marden. Mary Lincoln, Leila It. Burden. Eliza Beth Manning, Eleanor Stevenson. Alice Hnlght.'Ruth Denn, Jano Quin tan!, Frances Pearsall 'Field, Josephine Mlnott, Nina Dearth, Margaret Burton, Luclle Baldwin, Nina Ryan and Janet Brower. All of them will wear the uniforms of Red Cross workers. In deference to the wishes of the Food Commission no tea or refreshments will bo served as In former years. Among tho members of the com mittee on entertainment are Mrs. New hold Lo Roy Edgar, Mrs. William Klnnloutt Draper. Miss Boll Gurnce, Miss Mary Parsons, Mrs. Harry H. Duryea, Mrs. James Lowell Putnam, Mrs. John Dyneloy Prince, Miss Mary Cass Canfleld, Mrs. Arthur Scott Bur den, Frederick R. Newbold and Theo dore A. Havemeyer. Miss Malvlna Hoffman will have an Interesting ex hibition of war photoitrnpht, many of them taken on tho Serbian front. Something else that will appeal to thos who aro working for tho Ren Cross and war relief will bo the giving of Elgar's work, "The Drcnm of fit Gerontlus," which will bo performed in St. Thomas's Church on March 20, The work will bo sung by the festlvnl chorus of the church, assisted by the choir of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, nnd It will be under the direc tion of the organist of tho church, T. Tertlus Noble, who came to New York from the York Cathedral In England v Among those who havo secured tick ets are Mr, and Mrs. Charles Steelo, Mr. and Mrs. George Barton French, Mrs. Whitney Warren, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. K. Hayward Ferry, Mr, and Mrs. Og den Mills, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Fahnestock, Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Bibcock, Mr. and Mrs. William AJ Clark and Mr. and Mrs. William Bay? lis. The Governor and Mrs. Charles H. Whitman have accepted an Invitation to attend the performance of Dvorak's "Requiem," which will be sung by the choir of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine In Cnrneglo Hall on Tuesday evening, assisted by tho New York Symphony Society. Tho proceeds of the performance will bo devoted to the missionary and war relief work of the diocesan auxiliary to the Cathedral. Boxes havo been taken by Mrs. Ogdcn Mills, Mrs. John E. Alexandre, Mrs. Hamilton Fish, Mrs. Charles Hoffmari, Mrs. William D. Sloano, Mrs. Charles H. -Banff, Mrs. Henry S. Bowen, Mrs. Frederick Pearson, Mrs. James Mc Lean, Mrs. Clinton Ogllvie, Miss Kate Aycrlgg. Mrs. Otto H. Kahn, Mrs. Louis Man6flcld Ogden. Mrs. James M. Varnum, Mrs, K. Henry Harrlman, Mrs. J. H AUerbach. Mis. Walter S. Gurnee; Mrs. Elliott JF. ShcpaM. Mr.r William H. Crocker, Mrs. Elan Hunt ington Hooker," Mrs. Hnley Fiske. Mrs. James Speyer, Francis Lyntle Stetson and William Rhlnelander Stewart. Tho exhibition of Lieut. Henri Farro's pnlntlUgsf the sky fighters of France will be open to the public at tho Anderson Galleries to-day und will continue for ten days. The pro ceeds of the exhibition hero and In other cities will be divided among the children of French aviators killed in batt:u Among the members of the commit- teo are Mrs. Edmund U Baylies. Fran- rl . Crownlnshleld. Baron Charles Huard. Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Mny- nard, Edwin Alderman, pres-.dcr.t of the University of Virginia; James M Heck. Frederic R. Coudert, Charles Dana Glbrnn. Mrs. CadwaJadcr Jones, Mrs. William lstor Chnnler. Mrs. L. Cass Ledyard. Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer. William C. Reick, Charles H. Snbln. Mrs. William Payne Thomp son. Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt, Henry J. White, Bronson Winthrop, the French Ambassador to the United States, Andre TarJIeu and tho Mar quis de Pollgnac of the French High Commission and Howard E. Coffin. For tho benefit of Auxiliary No. 24B of the New Tork County Chapter of the American Red Cross, Percy Grain ger, the Australian pianist,, and his military band will clve a concert this afternoon In the ballroom of the Col ony Club. Tho ballroom has been given for the concert through the courtesy of Mrs. Georic M. Tuttle. Mrs. Mont gomery Hare, Mrs. Daniel W. Evans, miss tana uarger nnd Miss Mabel Choate. Mauricn Dumesnll. Ih - Pmnrh pianist, will give the third of a ssrlcs or -one nour- recitals for the benefit of La Protection du Reformo No. 2 on Tuesday afternoon at 3:sn In tho ballroom of the Rltz-Carlton. Mrs. Newbold Le Roy Edgar and Mrs. Rob ert Bacon are In charge of the ar rangements for these recitals. "Among the patronesses are Mmes. Whitney Warren, Francis K. Pendleton, Henry Fairfield Osborn. Charles 11. Alev.-inrler. Edmund L. Baylies, Charles H. Mar shall, Otto H. Kahn, Nicholas Murray uutler, William II. Crocker. Charles Dana Gibson. C. Oliver tunlin v. Henry" Harrlman, M. Bayard Cutting, Henry P. Davison. William Plerson munition anu nenry Clay Prick. ThO Second Of tWO tlllku nn nilnoin art, illustrated by lantern slides, will be given by Mrs. Francis Ayscough of Shanghai, China, to-morrow afternoon In the ballroom of the Colony Club for the benefit of the Aiguille Francalse Vestaire Nationnl. These talks are given under tho patronage of Mrs. Lawrence Greer, Mrs, Walter Jen nings. Mrs. J. Horace Harding. Mrs. Meroert le Pratt, Mrs. William H. Mooro and Mrs. Edward McVlckar. In Its efforts to raise money by direct giving the Junior League has been highly successful, when It Is con sidered how many appeals'-are now being sent out for local and war relief. .Thus far tho contributions to the league amount to more than $15,000 and this sum Is almost sulllclent for the work of the league In hospitals and settlement houses. The committee In charge of contri butions for the support of the Now York Nursery and Child s Hospital has secured through tho appeals made for direct giving something more thnn 16,000. The committee decided to abandon this winter the charity ball. whoso prcoeeds for the benefit of the hospital hnvo generally been $16,000, and It Is hoped that this amount will yet bo obtained. Among those Who have contributed $100 or more nro Mrs. Elbert H. Gary, John M. Bowers, John E. Berwlnd. Henry C. Frlck, Mrs. C. K. O. Bllllnirs, Elbrldce T, Gerry, William H. Perkins and Mrs. E. Reeve Mcrrltt. Other contributors are The Hon Mrs. Alfred Anson, Mrs. Daniel C. Adams. Mrs. William E. Cromwell. Oano Dunn, Robert Maxwell, Corne Mus Du Bols, Mrs. Edwnrd S. Hark ness, Mrs. Edwin Gould. Mrs. Will iam II. Moore, John .1. Rlker, Mrs. E. Henry Harrlman, Sirs. Henry VII 'nrd. Mrs. .Adrian Iselln, Mrs. E. T Carter. Gates W. McGarrah, Dr. Ed ward T Peaslco, Mrs. Edward H Peaslce. Dr. K L. Partridge, Miss Eleanor Lo Roy, Walter Ji, Dicker man, Mrs. Charles F. Roe, Miss Lena R, Curtis, Mrs Robert E. Westcoft. Mrs. William I. Clyde. Mrs. ,G. F. Gregory, Mrs, J, J, Goodwin, Mrs L. Pass Ledyard. Ogden Mills. Mrs. An on McCook, Mrs. Charles F. Hoffman Mrs, Rathbonp Bacon, Mrs, Hamilton "sh. Mrs. W. Emlcn Roosevelt, Mrs. Charles B. Alexnnrter, Mrs. W. Watts Sherman, Mrs. F. S. Smith, Mrs. neorce P. Wetmore, Mrs. Frederic Pearson and Mrs. F, Q. Brown. The drains to escape the weather "hanges of March Is taking many nr ile to the South, Mr. and Mrs. Will, 'am Payne Thompson, who stopped ver In Washington for a visit with Capt. and Mrs. Perry Belmont, are now nt Aiken, 8. C, to remjiln until 'ho middle of next month. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W, Dolan are also there, and they will go to their placo In West bury afterward. Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Brokaw and Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Bitter man, who ore Identified with the col ony in the section of Piping Rojk, havo arrived at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, for a stay of somo weeks. Mr. and Mrs. ShtTwood Aldrlch after a stay In Santa Barbara, Cal., havo arrived at the Homestead, Vir ginia Hot Springs, whenco they will go to their new country place in Great Neck, L. I. Those who have been at Palm Beach have busied themselves with raising funds for war relief by means of en tertainments indoors ar.d, out. Mrs. Samuel Thomas, whose daughter Is Mrs. R. Livingston Beeckman, wife of the Governor of Rhode Island, gave a luncheon the other dny for her daughter - In - law, Mrs. Edward R. Thomas, at her villa In Sunset avenue. Among her guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Qucnlin Jones of Newport, Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury, Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. McVlckar, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Whitney Carpenter, Jr., Mrs. Alfred C. Vanderbllt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Mitchell. Capt. nnd Mrs. Charles Bancroft Dillingham, George II, McFadden and Antonio Scottt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Wldcner. Miss Fifl Wldener, Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. TUford and Miss Annette Tllford and Miss Eleonora Scant of Boston ore among the recent arrivals at Palm Beach. Mrs. William Couch Stuart and the Misses Edith and Llllte Stuart are at Ormond Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Edson Bradley, who havo" been divid ing tho winter between New York nnd Washington, are at St. Augustine, where also are Mr. and Mrs. C. Hart man Kuhn of Philadelphia. Weddings and ONE of the engagements announced last week was that of Miss Kathe'rlno du Bols. daughter of Cornelius du Bols of 47 West Seventy sixth street, to Lieut. Roger B. Em mons, Seventh Field Artillery, N. A., now In France. Miss du Bole Is a sister of Delafleld du Bols, whose en gagement to Miss Theodora Eliot Mc Cormlck of Yonkors was announced recently. Lieut, Emmons is a son of the late J. Frank Emmons. His mother makea her homo at the Hotel Savoy. He was graduated from Har vard In 1906. No dato has been set for the wedding of Miss du Bols or for that of her brother. Edgar Clinton Winchester of New London, Conn., has announced the en gagement of his daughter. Miss Kath erlne Winchester, to Herbert Augustus JShcrman, Jr., eon of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Sherman of Ityn nnd this city, Mr. Sherman Is In tho officers' training echool at Camp Dlx, Ho is a brother of Miss Rosamond Sherman, who started last week for Japan, wher,o she will be married poon nf ter her arrival to Edward F. Vcrplanck, who represents tho Standard Oil Company In Yokohama, Announcement waa madu Inst week of tho engagement of Miss Winifred McKinnon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. 1'. McKinnon of this city, to Ensign Daniel Miner Lord, Jr., U. S. N. 1'.., on of Daniel Miner Lord ot 925 Park nvonue. Ensign Lord was graduated from Harvurd In 1916. The wedding will probably take place in tho spring. The engngoment has been announced of Miss Winifred Laud-Brown, daugh ter of Mrs. Thomas J. Laud-Brown of Englewood, N. J., 'to Colin Esterbrook Carter, son of Dr. and Mrs. Colin S. Carter of this city. Miss Laud-Brown Is u sister of Ensign Wellesley Laud Brown, Navnl Reserve Flying Corps, whoso engagement to Mlrs Geruldine Brown was recontly announced. Mr. Carter Is n nephow of former Justlco nnd Jdrs. Charles E. Hughes. He Is now at the officers' training cafhp nt Pelham Bay, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis Chnpman of 12 E.'iBt Eighty-seventh street nnd Cedarhrook, Nyack, N, Y., have an nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marion Chapman, to Warren B. Pond, a son by n former marriage of Mrs. Clarence K, Lydccker of 11 East Eighty-first street. Mr Pond Is n student atone of the army aviation schools. One of the weddings which have been hastened on account of war con ditions will be that of Miss Louisa .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBS asssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssL' Alreadj puii.s tor summer are being' made. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart Cushman, who were In Newport last summer, have recently purchased from tho estate f the late Gen. Lloyd S. Ilryce Avalon, the villa built for Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Rnwson. Years ago tho Into Gen. and Mrs. Uryce had a villa in Bellevuo ave,nuo on the site of which Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Rollins Morse built their Newport home, now the property of Mrs. James B. Hag gin. Mr. and Mrs. William Fahne stock will pass the coming summer In Newport. Miss Helen Brlce, daugh ter of the lato Senator Calvin S. Brlce, has taken the Bluff, a villa at Easton's Point, where she was last summer. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Drcxrl and Miss Alice Drexel will return from Santa Barbara, Cal.. early In May nnd will shortly afterward go to Newport. Mrs. Patrick A. Valentine has leased Wyndymere. the place of Mr. and Mrs. De Lancey Nlcoll In South ampton, for the summer. Mr. Nlcholl has tnken n place on the Merrick road. Charles Lanier will return from Jekyl Island next week. Mrs. Hermann Oelrichs has come from Palm Beach to her New York homo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney havo returned from tho South and aro dividing their time between their town house and their place In Weetbury, L. I. Their daughter. Miss Flora Payno Whitney, has been at Fort Worth, Tex., to bo with Capt. and Mrs. J. Cameron Clark. Mrs. William B. Osgood Field haa returned to New York after passing a few days with Mrs. Alfred O. Van derbllt nt Palm Beach. Mrs. William E. S. Grlswold and her young daugh ter have arrived here after a visit with Mrs. Robert W. Paterson nt Santa Barbara, Cal. Engagements Wlnslow Cogswell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cullen Van Rensselaer Cogs welj, to Ensign Thomas Robins, U. S. N. II., which will tako place on Satur day afternoon In the Church of the Ascension. A reception will follow at the homo of tho brldo's parents at 12 East Eleventh Btrect. Miss Cogswell.is ono of the season's debutantes and was among the first of them to become engaged. Ensign Robins Is n son of Mr. and Mrs. Thbmaa Robins of Saddle Rock House, Stamford, Conn., nnd this city. He was a member of the class of 1919 at Princeton, but left college to enter tho Naval Reserve. He Is now In com mand of a submarine patrol boat. Among the recent weddings was that of Miss Majarlo Cluett. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Cluett. Jr.. to Lieut. Robert Livingston Dunne, L ntteil States Marino Corns, son of I Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Duano of this ondro. They woro quaint costumes of city, which was celebrated on March 2 i orchid colored organdy, the bodices te at the home of tho brlde'n parents In.lng finished with flchtiR of the same l orest avenue, Rye, N. Y. The ofll- elating clergymen were tho Rev. Dr. uenry it. Frwmnn. rector of St. John's Episcopal Church in Troy, and'gnndy, and they carried largo clusters the Rev. Tcwnseml Henshaw ot Christ . of apple blossoms tied with turquoise Episcopal Church, Rye, ! bluo tatln ribbon. Tho bride was attended by the I Ensign Aymnr Johnson, 1 S. N., Misses Eleanor Marshall, Nnnnle brother of the bride, acted as best man. Twining and Sarah Marshall, all of The ushers were Capt. H. H. B. Haw Troy, N. Y. Ambrose Clark of Sche- kins of tho British Army and Lieuts. nectady was best man. Lieut. Dunne; Frederick J. Brndlco and Burk Whlt and his bride went to White Sulphur springs, . a., on a wedding trip. Ho will shortly report 'r duty at Quantlco, Va. There was a large gathering of peo- General Notes of Society N Saturday In tho Church of the cens:on Mies Esther Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo R. Smith of St. Loulo, will bo married to Henry Wherry. Tho wedding will be followed by a small reception at her home, H Fifth avenue. She will have two attendants, her sisters, the Misses Agnes and Sally Smith, and the bride groom's brother, William Wherry, will be his bet man. MImi Smith was educated at Smith College and her parents have come on from St. Ixuls for tho wedding. Mr. Wherry Is n son of (len. William Mac kay Wherry, who spends much time In St. Augustine, Fla and Cincinnati. He was graduated from the University of Michigan in 1901 and has mining In terests In Mexico. Another recent engagement Is thut of Miss Alice Josephine Johnson to Francis J, Cnylo of this city, She Is the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J, Johnson of 311 West Seventy-eighth street and Harry h. duryca si m; :h' mm ssssssssssssB' '?B3sssMatL CRSls1sssKSal ssssV sssflssssssssssssssssssssssssssW B ' 'SjBjjP--'-.- ""fljfTM 'MR iiHssssssssssBssssssssssssssssssssssW SBBBBBBBBBBbK'vjBbBBbOBBm I - 'MMf!dBBBBBBBV IbBBBBBBBbT BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa BBBBBBBBBBBBB.lSBBIBaBBlbBBBBl . rgsm BSBDBBBBbV .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV p!e prominent In New York society In St. Bartholomew's Church on Wednesday afternoon for the wedding of Mis Marie 'Gnillanl Johnson, only daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Brndlsh Johnson, to Lieut. William Hamilton Russell, U. S. A. The chancel of the church was massed with palms. Southern stnllax and evergreens, and palms were plactd about the sup porting columns of the nave. There were vases of Ascension lilies on the altar. The marriage ceremony was performed by the rector, the Rev. Dr. Lelghton Parks, nested by the Rev. William H. Garth of Isllp, L. I., whoro the bride's parents have a country place. Tho bride was escorted to the altar by her father, who gavo her away. She woro a gown of soft white satin having a long court train heavily bor dered with orango blossoms and a veil of old rose point lace which fell over the train. Her only ornament was n necklace of pearls and she carried a largo cluster of white lilacs. The bridesmaids were Miss Amy Bradlsh Johnson nnd Mtsx Louisa A. Johnson, cousins of tho bride; Miss Violet King, Miss Cnrolino Knarp, Miss Prlscllla Bartlott and Miss Anno Htwnsen Alox materinl. Their large mushroom shaped hats of straw were completely covered with made roseH of orchid colored or- ney, l S, R. The other ushers chosen wero unablo to act. on account of mili tary' duties. After tho, ceremony a re ception was held nt the home of the bride's parents, nt 10 East Eighty third street. was graduated last June from Trlnltv College, Washington. Her father Is City Chamberlain of New York. Mr. Coylo was graduated from Fordham University and from the Fordham Law School, Ho is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Colo of New Haven. Mr. and Mra M.ircus Helm of 143 West 119th street nnnounce tho engage ment of their niece, Miss Stella stein, to Nathan Hellman, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. .Nathan Hellman. Formal announcement by Mr. and Mrs. Edward John Wessels of 106 Central Park West, ha bocn made of tho en gagement of their daughter, Mies Ruth Wesoels, to Gregory H. Starbuck of Cleveland. The weddln? will probably take placo late this month. The engagement of Miss Ruth Van Wyck Rheln to Lieutenant-Commander Edmund Selden Randolph Brandt, U, S. N., now attachad to the San Francisco, has brcn formally announced. She Is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Meyer L. Rholn of 38 East Sixty-first street Formal announcement of ths antare ment of Miss Margaret Wlllard to Capt. Frederick L. h' tar buck, U. 8. A., Is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James H, Wlllard of Chicago. CapL Starbuck Is the son of Dr., and Mrs. C. Leonard Starbuck of this olty Nicholas J. Revllle of Ml West 141th street has announced the encashment of his daughter. Miss Marguerite Lydon Revllle, to John Raymond Mitchell, son of the late John J. Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell. Tho Misses Irene and Myra Stewart will give an Informal tea this after noon at the homo of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William K. Stewart, at 125 Riverside Drlvo to introduce their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. R. Oorden Walker of Kan Francisco, who have recently mndo New York their home. Among those assisting tho young hostesses will ho Miss Yvonne Stemmler, Miss Hat momlc Bosllne, Mrs. Ralph Slelchtr and Mrs. Lucius January. ,A matinee party waa given on Wednesday by Mrs. Malcolm Ross Mc Adoo at the Criterion Theatru. Her guests Included her daughter, Mrs. Law rence Otis Wilson, who was married lad autumn, and a younger daughter, Miss Anno Brooks McAdoo, who Is at tending school hers Aftor the play worb y Dtwirrc, waka Mrs McAdoo entertained her guests at tea at the Hotel AjUor. Well known artists will abnndon their brushes and with their guests don fan tastlo costumes and frolic la tho grand ballroom of the Blltmore on Friday at the annual ball of the Fakirs. Thu decorations this ear will be tho lat word In art poster art. Tho costume will bo, very striking. Tbero will be two orchestras to piny all the popular and old fashioned dances. Under the patronage of Mrs. George Gordon Battle. Mrs. William Jay Sohlef felln, Mrs. William Archer Purrlngton, Mrs. Julian Bier, Mrs. James Burne, Mis. 13. 13. Dwlght, Mrs. E. S. Guggen heim, Mrs, Chailes D. Norton, Mrs. Henry G. Leach, Mrs. Ralph U Shaln wald, Mrs. Ilemy Vlllard, Mrs. Oswald Ganlsjn Vlllard nnd Mrs. Felix War burn a recital whs given yesterday afternoon by Gulomar Nuuvues, tho Brazilian plunlst, at Aeolian Hall for the l.enelt of Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth. The school provides complete normal and academic courses and trains ouug boys and girls who wish to become teachors or enter other lines of usefulness for which tho Institution Is equipped to glvo them cpo cul edlucatlonal opportunity. BROOKLYN SOCIETY NOTES. r 1113 Red Cross will participate In tho proceeds of tho twonty-ilxth annual horso show of the Brooklyn Biding and Driving Club, to bo hold April 17 to 20 at the clubhouse at the Prospect Park plaza. The par ticular benellolaries are to bo the needy families of Brooklyn men In the ser vice. An Innovation this year which prom ises to create additional social Interest in the show Is a committee of pntrnnefcses. Tho chairman of this com mtteo Is Mrs. Thomas L. Leemltnt. Mr. Leemln: Is president ot the club. Ho has appointed Charles F. Hubbs chairman of the show, Hamilton H. Salmon, sec retary, William S, Blitz assistant sec retary nnd Frunklin B. Jourdan treas urer. Mrs. Tllllo W. Reynolds and Mrs. William FrothlnRham .Smith havo ar ranged a lecture for the benefit of the motor toivlco of the National Leaguo for Woman's Service, which will be given at the home of Mrs. S. Edwin Buchanan, 109 Willow street, Monday afternoon, March 18. Miss Betty Scott, who re cently rcturne'd from the war aone, will speak on "Munition Factories and Recreation Work of the.Y. W. C. A. In France." Mrs, Emit Sherwood Harper has given the use of her home, 792 Carroll street, for the musicals In aid of the Red Cross activities of the Berkeley In stitute, which has beon arranged for Wednesday afternoon, March 20. The soloists will be Miss Olga Sapto and Mlis Beatrice Horsbrugh. Mrs. Robert Shaw of 143 Carlton ave nue will be hostess this afternoon for tho Brooklyn committee of the New Tork Philharmonic SoTlety at a recep tion to Josef Stransky, tho conductor of tho Philharmonic! Mrs. Stransky, Pablo Casals, the soloist of the after noon's concert, nnd Arthur Farwtll, di rector of the New York Music School Settlement. Mrs. Shaw will be assisted In receiv ing by Mrs. Edward C. Blum. Mrs. Thomas L. Leemlng, Mrs. ("Frederic B. Pratt, Mrs. Cornelius Zabrlskle, Mrs. Charles J. McDermott, Mrs. dullnn Ross. Mrs. Charles A. Sackett, Mrs. Harris M. Crist, Mrs. Don Seltz,, Mrs. Edward A. Quln, Mrs. Frederick L. Cranford, Mrs. Seymour Barnard, Mrs. Albert Do Silver, Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. George II. Woodall. An Impromptu wedding ceremony of the week was that of Miss Katherlne Drummond and Richard ,T. Klley, which was performed Wednesday morning by Mgr. James J, Coan. Tlio bridegroom has been at an aviation school In New York State for the last few months and when ho received orders to go to Texas ho communicated with his Ilanceo and arranged that the marriage should take j place while he was passing through the city. Miss Katherlne Klley, a sister of the bridegroom, was the maid of honor and Edward DuKan servt-d as best man. The bride ! the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis K. Drummond of 118 La fayette avenue and Is a graduate of the Visitation Convent In Bay Ridge. Mr. Klley Is the, son of Thomas W. Klley of 404a Hancock street. At the meeting of tho Long Island Society. Daughters ot the Revolution, next Wednesday tho musical pro cr.immp will ba lnternreted bv Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mollenhauer and Louis Mol - Busy Days for N AID of the building fund of the I City Federation HoM a brld?e and euchro narty w III be given on Thursday afternoon In the Winter Gar den of the Hotel McAIuln at 2 o'clock. The hotel to be assisted I." one of the rr ilrnx m.'inatnnn In this Clieea dis trict, at 1C2 West Twenty-second street, with a cast made up of Miss Tllla Qer which has been transformed Into a hotel . munder, .soprano; Miss Claire Hpenetr, for working girls and Is conducted un-I contralto ; Ernest Davis tennr, and der the auspices of the City Federation I Robert Emmet Wood.-., b.irytune. TVy ot Women's Clubs. Since, It w.ts ojiened nlno years ago thousands of girls have ; patronized It. About a hundred npll- cauts havo recently been turned away for lack of accommodation, and the board of managers Us making an i.Tort to secure larg'ir quarters In the hope of behu ublu to iccelve at least 200 girls next ye.ir. The patronesses and general commit tee for the card part include, Mrs. John Francis Yawger, president of thu Cltj Federation ; Mrs. Clareiieo Burns, Mrs. Dudley Van Holland, Mrs-. 13. B. Glogatt, Mrs. Belle de Rivera, Mrs. Frank O. Burke, Mia. Eu-;ene J. (Jinnt, Mrs, S. W. Hyers, Mrs. 11. It. J. l-311s, Mr.s. C. E. Donnellon, Miss Mary Uarrett Hay, Mrs. Herbert Smyth, Mrs. Ralph i Tntutniann, Mrs. WlllUm Grlmsliaw, Mrs. Frank E. Wise, Mrs Charles Koh ler, Mrs. Noble McConnell. Mrs. George A. Mcintosh, Mrs. .S. K. Raymond, Mrs. Horace M. Kllborn, Mrs. K Al. Carrlng ton, Mrs. Robert II. Davis, Mrs. Will iam A. Deerlng, Mrs, Louis .Ralston, Mrs. E. Kip Edwards, Mrs. O. 1-3, Thur ber, Mrs. Joseph B. Mayer, Mrs. Frank E. Had ley, Mrs. Leonard Fisher, Mrs. Bond Stow, Airs. Thomas D. Jourdan and Mrs. John Kurrus. Tickets may bo had from members of the committee and the treasurer of the card party, Mrs. Dudley Vun Holland of C50 Riverside Drive. Under tho auspices of Cant. Robert Nichols Chapter, Daughters of tne American Revolution, and tho sub-committee of thu Post-tlraduatn Hospital, Baso Unit No, S, Auxiliary No. IS New York County Chapter of tho American j Rod Cross, an entertainment was given I on Friday evening hi the b illtoom of ! mo Plaza. It Included views of the devastated village of Tilloloy, In France, tho American troops and thu work of the Red Cross. Dr. 13. F. Leach made on address and thero were vocal num bers by Mlsg Maude D, Tweedy, Frank lin Karples and Frederick lattou. Tho honorary chairman was Mrs, Horatio C King, and Mrs. Henry Snow den Uowron was the chairman. Mrs Samuel Lloyd served as vice-chairman, and Mrs. J. Noah II. Sine as secretary. Composing the ways nnd means com mlttco were Mrs. Ira Harvey Woblson, Mrs, Clifton Banham Bull, Mrs. Henry Merwln Shrndy, Mrs. Alvah II. Doty, Mrs. .1. Uodfrey Wells, Miss McKee, Mrs, K. L. Dane, Mrs Harrv F Morse Mrs. Charles S, F, Blitell, Jr. Mrs, P. B, La Roche, Jr.. Mrs. James Edward Miles, Mrs. Charles H. Bull and Miss Rose Nichols. The Euterpe Club's sixth annual lenhauer, Jr., and the address will u made by Miss Helen Varlck lloswcU. who will speak on "The Attlhtds of Wo man Toward Industry." Tho hostesses of tho afternoon will bo Mrs. Louis Mottenhauor, chairman; lira Joseph E. Blake, Mrs. Edwin Cobti Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Fits IUr. dolph, Mrs. Charles A. Missing and Jtra Eunice Louise Smodtoy. Mrs. Charles T. Young of 160 part place announces the engagement of tin daughter, Miss Ada Pentecost Yonn to Gould Axtell Stcbblns, son of Mr. and Mr. Edward Clinton Stebblns ot Uij Pacific, street. Miss Young waa graduated front Packer In 1912. Her fiance Is with tt United States Ordnanco Corps In Fraaot, Kiss Ruth Dwlght Fuller, daagDttr of former Btate Senator Charles H. Fulltr and Lieut. Lowell Shumway, whosa' wedding was originally planned for March 0, were married Monday evening because of the bridegroom's chang of orders. Lieut. Shumway, who Is tia son of Dr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Shumway of 472 Eaet Eighteenth street, Flitbnah, Is with the 308th Infantry at Camp Cp ton. BL Paul's Churoh was the scene ot tit ceremony, which was performed by tha Rev. Dr. Town send Olover Jackson, as sisted by the Rev. John V. Cooper, and thei reception was held at Mr. and Mrs. Fuller's home, 2 Tennis Court. Th bride, who wore her mother's wedding veil and gown of cream satin, hal as maid of honor her Bister, Miss Prli cilia Fuller. William C. Redfleld, Secretary et Commerce, Is O.P uncle of the brlda. Also advanced because of a chanfs In war orders was the wedding of Mlsj Ruth Taylor and Capt. Kenneth Itoot, which took placo Wednesday evening at the Hotel St. George. The ceremony was originally planned for April 2. Only relatives witnessed the cere mony, which was performed by tha Rev. Father Leo Saunders Miss Dlna Lewis of Boston was tho only attendant of the bride, whei wore a training gown of champagne broadcloth. Tho bride Is the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Taylor of the Hotel St. George. Capt. Hoot Is the son or Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Root of Chicago. He 1 1 Dartmouth man. t Club Women grand opera performance will be glvi on Thursday at tho Waldorf-Astoria. The president of tho club Is Mrs. A! clnous Uerton Jamison, and the enter tainment will bo given under the dl tectlori of Hid (hnlrmnn of music Mra. Florence Foster Jenkins. Scenes from Flotow's opera "Martha" will r Rlvel will bo assisted bv 'he VrrJI fTji'i string quartet, composed of Jan Mil"--kaosy, F. Plnero, fl V rm.-o nr-l M!s Jeanette Shavtteh. Preceding this will le a proiramTe ! concert mulo Including ork ' !!' del, Massenet, Mess.iger. .1 V rK 'vl others In wblih M '"d i li.i"'' Frank and Graham MrNirr.ee wi.l I beard, nrcomiinn.i bv M "s Ku . 3.i" land. The musical d.rect.T of eratlc performance w e M Wl ' Charlton. There w'll b rutttrfy dances by Miss Dolores JP'trovl' h Rubinstein Club, whl.-h hid a fi"' Conffnurd on Fifth ran' MAI SON BERNARD FIFTH AVENUE AND mTYrfKVKNTH ST., Cixapcau v jUanlcau &OLUTUIVS Jouveaulccs Madam hkin.m- MODELS FOHTl II I SKASO.VAHI' .NUU u M I'LKTKU MAIHM HKIINAHD PERSONALLY MIl'FK VISES? ALLl'ITTIMW IN UIEMADIMO OHM K SALON.