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2 i THE WASHINGTON W HERALD HERALD SUNDAY SIINDdY APRIL AP IL 3 190 i r
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WASHINGTONS ASHINGTONS unprecedented unprecedentedEaster unprecedentedEaster UnprecedentedVv
WASHINGTONS Easter season flowers sunshine sun sunshine sunshine
Vv shine spring clothes cl thes and andw aUdgayety andgayety
w gayety In all circles and andkinds andkInds andkinds
kinds Including a a week of grand opera operahas operahas operahas
has been a week long to be remembered rememberedIt
It was particularly a period of dancing dancingfor dancingfor dancingfar
for the young oung people of the smart set setwaltzed setwaltzed setwaltzed
waltzed every night at a a smart ball ex except except except ¬
cept last evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The pretty ball at the White House on onMonday onMonday n nMonday
Monday night was an auspicious opening openingfor openingtor openingfor
for the gay gayeties ell as Tuesday night there therewas therawas therewas
was Just as smart a function the din dinnerdance dinnerdance dinnerdance ¬
nerdance at the German Embassy in inhonor 1 1honor uthonor
honor of Miss Taft the next bud of the theWhite theYJ1lte theWhite
White YJ1lte House Wednesday night c a charity charityball charityball charityball
ball of brilliance at the navy yard yardThursday yardThursday yardThursday
Thursday night the elaborate cotillion cotilliongiven cotilliongiven cotilliongiven
given by the bachelor member of the theCabinet theCabinet theCabinet
Cabinet Postmaster General neral Hitchcock Hitchcockand Hitchcockand Hitchcockand
and Friday the largest dance of the weekthe weekthe week weekthe
the fancy dress cotillion of the naval navalattache navalattache navalattache
attache of the French Embassy and andViscountess andViscountess andViscountess
Viscountess dAzy at Rauschers Ra schers The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President danced at Monday Wednesday Wednesdayand Wednesdayand Wednesdayand
and Thursdays balls ballsMr ballsMr ballsMr
Mr Hitchcocks H Htchcocks tchcocks ball was the hand handsomest handsomest handsomest ¬
somest affair of tha week in point of offavors offavors offavors
favors and souvenirs The Viscountess ViscountessdAzy Viscountessd ViscountessdAzy
dAzy d Azy made her cotillion one long to be beremembered beremembered beremembered
remembered by the new and novel figures figuresshe figuresshe figuresshe
she introduced and the beautiful fancy fancydress fancydress fancydress
dress costumes worn many of which whichwill whichw1l1 whichwill
will be seen at the historic tableaux to tobe tobe tobe
be given next Thursday evening by the thesmart the5mart thesmart
smart set setThis setThis setThis
This week will ill be almost as gay with withprivate withprivate withprivate
private dances beginning with the thebeautiful thebeaut1tul thebeautiful
beautiful ball planned by Senator and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Elkins for the Tatters debutante debutanteniece debutantenIece debutanteniece
niece Miss Katherine Brown It will be begiven begiven begiven
given at Rauschers Mrs James Robert RobertMcK RobertMcKee RobertMcKee
McK McKee e and her two children Miss Mary MaryLodge MaryLodge MaryLodge
Lodge McKee and Benjamin Harrison HarrisonMcKee HarrisonMcKee HarrisonMcKee
I Iformer
McKee daughter and grandchildren of offormer offormer
former President Prosl ent Harrison will come coneYrom cometrom cometrom
trom New York for this ball They will willspend willspend willspend
spend a fortnight with Mrs Arthur ArthurLee ArthurLee ArthurLee
Lee So many gayeties have been plan planned planned planned ¬
ned in their honor they can accept acceptfew acceptfew acceptfew
few more engagements for lunch and anddinner anddinner anddinner
dinner dinnerCol dinnerCol dinnerCol
Col and Mrs Henry May Iay will give a aball aball aball
ball for young people at the Country CountryClub CountnoClub CountryClub
Club on Tuesday evening There will be bea bea bea
a dance at the Chevy Chase Club later in inthe Inthe inthe
the week and on Friday night the fes festivities festivities festivities ¬
tivities will end In the hunt ball at the theChevy theChevy theChevy
Chevy Chase Club which will be pre preceded preceded preceded ¬
ceded by a a large dinner party part This will willreally wUlreally willreally
really 1M b a a cotillion and the favors and andall andall andall
all the appointments will be symbolic of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hunt This is the first hunt ball ballwhich baUI baUIwhich ballwhich
which the th b sportloving society people of ofWashington ofYashlngton ofWashington
Washington have h ve hd for eleven years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The Chevy Chase Club had these af affairs affairs affairs ¬
fairs during the regime of Maj George GeorgeM
M I Dunn as a master masterThe muterThe masterThe
The dancing season will probably close closewith olosewith closewith
with the th elaborate dance and cotillion cotillionwhich cottlUonwhich cotillionwhich
which Baron Ambrozy charge daffaires daffairesof
of AustriaHungary will give In honor honorof honorof honorof
of his successor Baron Lowenthal von vonLinau yonLlnsu vonLinau
Linau and the latters bride who will ar arrive arrive arrlve ¬
rive on the Lusltania about bout April 14 14They HThey 14They
They were married on March larch 30 The Thebride Thebride Thebride
bride was formerly Countess Nostltz NostltzOn Nostit2On NostltzOn
On this occasion Baron Ambrory Ambro will willrepay willrepay willrepay
repay many social obligations on the eve eveof eeof eveof
of his departure for Rome a distinct distinctpromotion distinctpromotion distinctpromotion
promotion in the diplomatic service of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his country countryBaron countryBaron countryBaron
Baron Linau Is by no means a stranger strangerhere strangerhere strangerhere
here as he has twice served at the em embassy embaSS embassy ¬
bassy baSS coming here first In 18W 1 L and andagain andagain andagain
again in 1907 for a 8 short time He also alsoserved alsoserved alsoserved
served In Tangier Tokyo Madrid Bel Belgrave Belgrave Belgrave
grave and Athens AthensThe A AthensThe then thenThe
The Ambrozy Ambroz ball will probably rival rivalin rivalIn rivalin
in beauty and good taste that of the theCabinet th thCabinet thCabinet
Cabinet bachelor Postmaster General
Hitchcock The Baron will have for his hisfavors hisfavors Is Isfavors
favors fresh flowers of all kinds for the thewomen th thwomen th4women
women and corresponding bows of ribbon rib ribbon ribbon ¬
bon of blue and red silk the colors of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his coatofarms It will m be a 2 real realflower realflower realflower
flower cotillion cotillionThe cotillionThe cotillionThe
The season is remarkable for bachelor bachelorhosts bachelorhots bachelorhosts
hosts A Rustem RustemBey Bey the popular popularcharge popularcharge popularcharge
charge daffaires of the Ottoman Empire Empiregave Empiregave Empiregave
gave the first bachelors ball at the theTurkish theTurkish theTurkish
Turkish embassy early In the season seasonThis seasonThis seasonThis
This was a brilliant success s cess Mrs Draper Draperacted DraperDcted Draperacted
acted as hostess a short time before the thefatal thefatal thefatal
fatal illness of Gen Draper DraperThe DraperThe DraperThe
The Drapers are remaining in Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
ington longer than they had expected to toMrs tofrs toSirs
Mrs frs Draper and her debutante daughterMiss daughter daughterMiss daughterMiss
Miss Margaret Preston Draper intended intendedsailing intendedsalling intendedsailing
sailing about the middle of last month monthfor monthfor monthfor
for Italy where they have hosts of offriends offriends offriends
friends and where they lived for many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years during the daughters childhood childhoodShe childhoodShe childhoodShe
She is the second se ond of the seasons buds to towithdraw towlthdr2w towithdraw
withdraw from the gayeties ga etles of her circle circlebecause circlebecause circlebecause
because of the death of her father The Theflrst Thefirst Thefirst
first was Miss Louise Cromwell whose whosefather whosefather whosefather
father Oliver Cromwell died a few weeks weeksbefore weeksbefore weeksbefore
before Gen Draper and just on the eve eveof eveot eveof
of her debut in society Miss Cromwell Cromwelland Cromwelland Cromwelland
and her mother have returned here from fromLos fromLos fromLos
Los Angeles to spend the spring season seasonHear seasonUear seasonITear
Hear Tetrnzzlnl Sing the Palonnlac Palonnlacfrom PalonoJ4Iefrom Palnualsefrom
from MIgnon as she hp sang it for the Presi ¬
dent accompanied by Schroeders Orchestra Or Orchestra OrchEstra ¬
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ing for it Theres no occasion occasionfor occasiotfor occasionI
for I or haste Dealers in good goodpianos goodpianos goodpianos
pianos like the thealways thiBradbury theBradb
Bradbury BradburyPiano Bradb ury uryPiano
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always aJlta welcome a thorough in investigation in investigatioll investigation ¬
vestigation The Bradbury has hassuccessfully hasStlCccsslully hasSucccscfally
successfully met competition competitionfor com competitionI etition etitionfor
for I or over o Jar fiftyfive years and andits andits andifs
its manufacturers know that tJiafwlien thafWWl1 thatwlwi
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has all the facts he will even eventually eventually eventflally ¬
tually buy this make of instrumnent instru instrument illsrumell ¬
ment mell People nc never nroer Jer f egret c rot buy ¬
ing Bradbury Pianos They Tltc do dosOnjie dos doso
sOnjie s so e time regret buying bU 1Jg other oilierkinds otherkinds ailorkmds
kinds Be an the safe side Soldon Sold Soldon Soldon
on easy terms at factory prices pricesF pricesF pricesF
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WEDDINGSENGA GEMENTS GEMENTSMiss
Miss 11ss Katherine Clabaugh daughter of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice Harry M Clabaugh of the Dis District DistrIct Distriot ¬
trict Supreme Court will be married to toMr totr toMr
Mr tr George Bear Bloomer son of Mrs MrsS MrsS MrsS
S P Heap on April 16 The ceremony ceremonywill ceremonywm ceremonywill
will take place in St Thomas Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church and will be followed by b a small smallreception smallreception smallreception
reception In the home of the brides bridesparents brldesparents bridesparents
parents In Miritwood place Miss Ifss Pansy PansyBloomer PansyBloomer PansyBloomer
Bloomer sister of the bridegroomelect bridegroomelectwill
will be the maid of honor and Miss MissCharlotte MissCharlotte MissCharlotte
Charlotte Hopkins and Miss Helen An Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
derson both of New York will be brides bridesmaids brldomaids bridosmaids ¬
maids Mr Edward Beale McLean Mcl tn
I ENTERTAINMENTS ENTERTAINMENTSThe
The Indiana Society Is making prepara preparations prep preparations ra ra1Ion5 ¬
I tions for its next meeting on April 14 14when Hwhen 14when
when they will present the Deestrict DeestrictSkule DeetrlctI DeestrictSkule
I Skule of Blueberry Corners Posey PoseyCounty PoseyI PoseyCounty
held heldweekly heldweekb heldweekly
County Rehearsals are being
I weekly The Thd cast follows School board boardUriah boardUrish
i Uriah Perkins air lr Raymond Rickey Rlc eY John JohnSmith JohnI JohnSmith
Smith Hon Martin A Morrison former formerly formerly formerly ¬
I ly of Frankfort Ind Caleb Snooks Rep Representative RepI Representative ¬
I resentative Lincoln Dixon of Indiana IndianaJacob 1ndfanaI IndianaJacob
Jacob Dilliker F FoE E McCallip Applicants Applicantsfor t8 t8tor
I for teacher teacherMiss Miss Dashaway Mrs By Bynum Bynum Bynum
num Belinda Sharp Miss Mildred Bone BoneI BoneSalty BoneSally
I Sally Simple Miss Jessie Springer He
HOSTESS AT COTILLION IN COSTUME OF QUEEN YSABEAU
VISCOUNTESS DAZY DAZYWife DAZYlfe D AZY AZYWife
Wife lfe of the naval Jtnv l nttache of the French Embassy Em1 n r
cousin of the bridegroom brklgroom will m be his hisbest hisbestman < best bestman best bestman
man and Lieut Hugo Osterhaus Lieut LieutByron LleutB31on LieutByron
Byron A Long Mr Mrs Franklin H Ellis Ellisall Ellisall Ellisall
all of this city Mr 1 William Hewson Hewsoncousin Hewsoncousin Hewsoncousin
cousin of the bride Mr T Johnson JohnsonWard JohnsonWard JohnsonWard
Ward of Philadelphia and Mr Ir Sher Sherberne Sherberne Sherberne
berne Prescott PreS < ott of New York will be beushers beushers beushers
ushers ushersThe ushersThe ushersThe
The marriage of Miss Constance Sat Satterlee Satterlee Satterlee
terlee daughter of the late Bishop of ofWashington ofWashington ofWashington
Washington to Mr r Frederick W Y Rhine Rhinelander Rlttnelander Rhinelander
lander of New York whose engagement engagementwas
was announced in the autumn will 111 take takeplace takep1ace takeplace
place on April 2S In this city clt where Mrs MrsSatterlee 11rsSatterlee MrsSatterlee
Satterlee and her daughter have main maintained maintained maintained ¬
tained their home since ncE the death of the thebishop thebishop thebishop
bishop bishopMr bishopMr bishopMr
Mr Rhinelander Is spending the week weekend weekend weekend ¬
end in Washington n with his fiancee In Invitations Invitations Invitations ¬
vitations for the weddlngWill wedding twill be out in ina ina inafortnight
a a afortnight afortnightThe fortnight fortnightThe fortnightThe
The marriage of Miss Uss Edith Sutherland Sutherlanddaughter Sutherlanddaughter Sutherlanddaughter
daughter of Senator and Mrs George GeorgeSutherland GeorgeSutherland GeorgeSutherland
Sutherland of Utah to Mr A Robert RobertElmore RobertElmore RobertElmore
Elmore of New York will take place placeon placeon placeon
on the afternoon of April 27 in St St Mar Margarets Margarets Margarets ¬
garets Church Rev Morgan organ Ashley Ashle of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York officiating A reception at atthe atthe atthe
the Highlands will follow The bride bridewill bridewUJ bridewill
will be attended by the bridegrooms bridegroomssister bridegroomssister bridegroomssister
sister Miss Alice Elmore maid of honor honorand honorand honorand
and Miss Eleanor Cullom Ridgely Miss MissFrances Mips MipsFrances MipsFrances
Frances Goldsborough Miss Alice Bou Boutell Boutell BouteH
tell and Miss Virginia Beatty of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City will be bridesmaids Mr MrFielding 1lrFielding ilfrFielding
Fielding Simmons Simmons will be bathe the best man manand manand manand
and the ushers will be Mr Robert Stead SteadJr SteadJr Steadjr
Jr Mr Harris Crist and Dr John Bris Briscoe Briscoe Briscoe
coe nil of this city Mr Morris Parker Parkerof Parkerot Parkerof
of N New w York and Dr Charles Riley RIl of ofBaltimore otBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore BaltimoreThe BaltimoreThe BaltimoreThe
The reported engagement of Mrs Mc McClung McClung McClung
Clung and Capt J M Orchard U S Nnow N Nnow Nnow
now in command of the United States Statessteamship st States Statessteamship tes tessteamship
steamship Virginia of the the Pacific fleet fleetis fieetis fleetis
is denied deniedThe deniedThe deniedThe
The engagement of Miss 1 ss Lanle Van VanVleck VanVleck VanVleck
Vleck of Hudson N Y to Assistant AssistantCivil AssistantCivil AssistantCivil
Civil Engineer Roy Francis Smith U S SN SN
N 1 has recently been announced Mr MrSmith 1lrSmith MrSmith
Smith is isa a graduate of the United States StatesNaval StatesNaval StatesNaval
Naval Academy class 1ass of 06 06Mr 06Mr 86Mr
Mr and Mrs Eugene Worthington of ofAnnapolis ofAnnapolis ofAnnapolis
Annapolis announce announte a the marriage of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their daughter Elizabeth EUzab th B Worthing Worthington Worthington Worthington ¬
ton to Lieut John Marston third thirdU thirdU thirdU
U S M C CMiss CMiss CMiss
Miss Florence Woods daughter of o f the thelate thelate thelate
late medical director d rector George Woods WoodsU WoodsU WoodsU
U S N was married to George Arthur ArthurCrux ArthurCrux ArthurCrux
Crux of San Francisco and formerly formerlyof formerl formerlot
of Kent England on the morning of ofMarch ofarch ofMarch
March arch 2S In St Patricks Cathedral New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York City Cft She had no attendant Her Hercousin Hercousin Hercousin
cousin Mr 11 Charles A Baldwin escort escorted escorted escorted ¬
ed her to the altar ThOj The ceremony ceremonywas ceremonywas ceremonywas
was performed by Rev JohlJ Jo i T Chad Chadwick Chadwick
wick who was the chaplain of the theMaine theMaine theMaine
Maine He also celebrated the nup nuptial nuptial nuptial ¬
tial mass A reception and breakfast breakfastfollowed breakfasttonowed breakfastfollowed
followed at the home of the brides aunt auntMrs auntMrs auntMrs
Mrs Charles H Baldwin of 4 West For Fortyninth Fortyninth Fortyninth ¬
tyninth street New York City CityMiss CJt CJtJilss CityMiss
Miss Rachel Whaly Small who mar married married marTied ¬
ried Ensign nsfgn George C Logan U S So N
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at Charleston S C on March 10 is the thedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs James Jam s H HSmall HSmall HSmall
Small of that city Ensign Logan will willsail willsail willsail
sail on the U S S New York from fromPhiladelphia lromPhiladelphia rom romPhiladelphia
Philadelphia on April 12 for the Asiatic Asiaticstation As1atlc As1atlcstation Asiaticstation
station Mrs Logan will go to Manila Manilaon Manilaon Manilaon
on one of the army transports and will willbe willbe willbe
be with her sister Mrs Howard wife wifeof wlteof wifeof
of Capt C E N Howard Coast Ar Artillery Artlller Artillery ¬
tillery tlller Corps U S A until the arrival arrivalof arrivalof arrivalof
of Ensign Logan LoganThe LoganThe LoganThe
The date of the wedding of Miss Clara ClaraC
C Grandfield daughter of the Post Postmaster Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master of Washington Washlng on and Mrs Grand Grandfleld GrandfIeld Grandfield ¬
fIeld to Harry Harr Faber White of Cam Cambridge Cambridge Cambridge ¬
bridge Springs Pa has been set for
Tuesday Tuesda April 6 Miss GrandfIeld will willbe willbe willbe
be unattended Rev J Russell Ver Verbrycke Verbrycke
brycke pastor of the Gurley Memorial MemorialPresbyterian MemorialPresbyterian lomorJalPreabrtcrfan
Presbyterian Church will officiate The Theceremony Theceremony Theceremony
ceremony will be attended by b relatives relativesand relativesand relativesand
and a few Intimate friends The bride brideand brideand brideand
and bridegroom will leave for a trip tripnorth tripnorth tripnorth
north and after April 15 will make their theirhome theirhome i ihome
home at 121 Federal Fe eral street Cambridge CambridgeSprings CambridgeSprings I
Springs Pa PaMiss Pap PaHiss I Iltss
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Miss ltss Jessie Dotigal Craig Moore Mooredaughter Mooredaughter Iooredaughter
daughter of Gen Francis Moore and andCapt andCapt andCapt
Capt Benjamin Jones Tlllman Twenty Twentyseventh Twent Twententh Twentyseventh
seventh enth United States Infantry Infantr were weremarried weremarried weremarried
married in New York City on March 25 26Invitations 25Invitations 5 51mltallons
Invitations have been Issued by Dr and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Charles E Monroe for the wedding weddingbreakfast weddingbreakfast weddingbreakfast
breakfast of their daughter Winifred WinifredBarker 1VInifredBarker WinifredBarker
Barker and Mr Charles Henry Mathews Mathewgjr Mathewsjr
jr of Philadelphia on Thursday April
21 at 1 oclock In their home 2115 S Sstreet Sstreet Sstreet
street The Th ceremony will be performed performedin
in the presence p enoo of the families of the thebride thebride thebride
bride and bridegroom only Their en engagement engagement engagement ¬
gagement was announced about two twoyears twooors twoyears
years oors ago soon after the bridegroom bridegroomgraduated bridegroomgraduated
graduated from college collegeFor collegeFor collegeFor I
For Stylish StyJl h Bridal Turnout Turnoutat Turnoutsat
at reasonable rates write or j phone > hone I
Downeys Stables 1620 L st st Elegant car carriages carriages carrlages ¬
riages for all occasions Best service
zekiah Tendergrasi Henry W Weber WeberScholars WeberScholarsGretchen WeberScholarsGretchen
j Scholars ScholarsGretchen Gretchen Schmidt Mrs Eli EliFouts EllFouts EliFouts
Fouts formerly formerl of Indianapolis Lucinda IueindaSnooks LucindaSnooks IuclndaSnooks
Snooks Mrs McCallip Faithful Snooks SnooksMrs Snookslrs SnooksMrs
Mrs lrs Thomas L Jones Jen as Samantha Piper PiperMiss Pipernss PiperMiss
Miss nss McMann Teresa Tere a Dlckson Miss Kate KateCurry Kat KatCurn KateCurry
Curry formerly of Indianapolis Clorinda ClorindaGeyser ClorindaGeyser ClorindaGeyser
Geyser Mrs Irs Hastings Ruth Ketchum KetchumMrs KetchumMrs KetchumMrs
Mrs Rose Maxwell Dickey Cynthia CynthiaCrowfoot CynthiaCrowfoot CynthiaCrowfoot
Crowfoot Mrs J P Megrew Sally BinS BlngMrs BinSMrs BingMrs
Mrs A W Tracy Trac formerly of Indianap Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolls ¬
olis Mehltable Jones Mrs DeHart for forrnerly formerly formerly
merly of Lafayette Dorcas Doolittle Miss MissJohnson MissJohnson
Johnson Johnson Miranda Brown Mrs McBethSusie McBeth McBethSusie rcBethSusIe
Susie Winkle Miss Sudwarth Mary ary Jane JaneDeadbender JaneDeadbender JaneDeadbender
Deadbender Mrs rs McGonlgle Lucy Fid Fiddleton Fiddleton Fiddleton
dleton Miss Shersey Shers yScary Scary William Bing BingThomas BinGThomas BingThomas
Thomas L Jones David Snooks Mr MrLambert MrLambert MrLambert
Lambert Billy Crowfoot Mr Hastings HastingsObadlah HastingsObadiah HastingsObadiah
Obadiah Buzzard Mr Bynum Stephen StephenTucker StephenTucker StephenTucker
Tucker Mr McBeth Jeremiah Jenkins JenkinsMr Jenkinslr JenkinsMr
Mr lr McConigle Bobby OLee Mr Wood Woodburn Woodburn Voodburn
burn Samuel Snooks Mr Fay Pa Sim Dit Ditsey Ditse Ditsey
sey se George Weber Luther Brown Mr MrEthel MrEthel MrEthel
Ethel Johnny Geyser G ser Ralph Barnard Barnardson Barnardson Barnardson
son of Representative Barnard Philip PhilipSnodgrass PhilipSnodgrass PhilipSnodgrass
Snodgrass Mr Kitselman Visitors VIsitorsMrs VIsitorsMrsSnooks VisitorsMrsSnooks Mrs MrsSnooks
Snooks Miss Minnie Curry CUrr and Mrs MrsBitsey MrsBltsey MrsBitsey
Bitsey Mrs Evarts EvartsAmong EYartsAmong EvartsAmong
Among those who will wUl1ake take part In the thetheatrical thetheatrical thetheatrical
theatrical entertainment enterta nment at Newport eWP9rt R RI RI RI
I this month for the benefit of the
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cxblBUlon iibi Htoti will wit be b o of special sp sPe clal Interest rater nt r st at t ttls is time time3ftan tlm tlmttanr timeIlan
3ftan ttanr rare pieces pl feces c s of o exclusive xelusiv best design stgn tt wllLfce wllLfcesljown will be bes b bbown
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animal refuge are Lieut Charles Bel Belknap Belknap Belknap
knap jr U S N of the Naval Torpedo TorpedoI TorpedoStatton TorpedoStation
I Station Mrs Russell wife of Maj John JohnIH JohnH JohnH
IH H Russell U S M C of the Naval NavalWar NavalWar NavalWar
War College Lieut Frank H Phipps Jr JrU jrU jrU
U S A of Fort Adams and Lieut K KG KG KG
G Castleman U S N of the th Naval NavalTorpedo NavalTorpedo NavalTorpedo
Torpedo Station StationMiss StationIs StationMiss
Miss Is Estelle Sawyer entertained entertained a n party partyof partyot partyof
of young people op e Easter Monday evening eveningin
in honor of Mlss MIssHarriet Harrlet Naomi Hoover HooverThe HooverThe HooverThe
The feature of the evening was a crystal crystalshower crystalhower crystalshower
shower hower for Miss Hoover whose wedding weddingto
to Mr Marcus Acheson is to be one of ofthe otthe ofthe
the social functions fun t10ns of early April Miss MissHoover MissHoover MissHoover
Hoover who who is considered beautiful and andpopular andpopular andpopular
popular among the young people of the thecity thecIty thecity
city is soprano soloist of the Ecklngton EcklngtonPresbyterian EcklngtonPresbyterian EckingtonPresbyterian
Presbyterian Church from which church churchthe thurchthe churchthe
the wedding will be solemnized Those Thosepresent Thosepresent Thosepresent
present were Miss McNamara Miss Lin Linton Linton Linton
ton Miss Kemon Miss Galbraith Miss MisaMoore Miss1I MissMoore
Moore 1I ore Miss Bontz Miss Parsons Miss MissSeyboth MLsSeboth MissSeyboth
Seyboth Miss Mls Mist Hercus Mrs W Taliaferro TaliaferroThompson TallaterroThompson TaliaferroThompson
Thompson Mrs Markwlth Mrs Connor Connorand Connorand Connorand
and Mrs Hoover HooverMis Hooverltls HooverMiss
Mis Miss Jean Wilson Wnsowont wont to Baltimore Baltimoreearly BaJUmoreearly Baltimoreearly
early in the iho week to appear at the open openmeeting openmcetlng openmeeting
meeting of the Saturday Night Club Clubwhich Clubwhich Clubwhich
which was held on Tuesday evening een ng at atthe atthe atthe
the College Club She made a pro pronounced pronounced pronounced ¬
nounced hit with her monologues and andcharacter andcharacter andcharacter
character stories which she will repeat repeatat repeatat repeatat
at the entertainment to be given gen in the thehoma thehoma thehome
homa of Mrs F B Moran on the even evening evening evening ¬
ing of April Aprll 16 for the benefit of the theJuvenile theJuvenile theJuvenile
Juvenile Club of this city Miss Cren Crennan Crenntl Crewnan
nan ntl niece of former Senator Teller who whois whoIs whois
is a beautiful singer will also be on the theprogramme theprogramme theprogramme
programme as will Mrs Horace Horace Dulin Dulinnee Dulinnee Dulinnee
nee Ronsaville Ron sa111e violinist Miss Evelyn EvelynWflson EvelynWfison EvelynWilson
Wilson the young pianist of brilliant brilliantpromise brilliantpromise brilliantpromise
promise the Madrigal Club Miss Ethel EthelLee EthelLee EthelLee
Lee cellist This is is one of the th most mostworthy mostworthy mostworthy
worthy of otchnrlUos charities and on ons which apppeals ap appeals app RJopenls
peals to both oth men and women womenMr women womenMr womenMr
Mr Claude N Bennett will give an anthe anthe
1 the lecture a dance will be given the theIllustrated theUlustrated theillustrated
Illustrated lecture tomorrow evening in inOld inOld inOld
Old Masonic Temple on The Dixie of oftoday ottoday oftoday
today and tomorrow for the benefit benefitof benefltof benefitof
of the Confederate Memorial Home After Afteryoung Afteryoung Afteryoung
young women assisting at the recent recentSouthern recentSouthern recentSouthern
Southern bazaar from which a 8 handsome handsomesum handsome8um handsomesum
sum was realized Dancing will begin beginabout beginabout beginabout
about 945 94 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclocki oclockThe
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The Arkansas Club of the District will willgive wingivE willgive
give a reception and dance next n Xt Wednes Wednesday Wednesday e4nes e4nesday ¬
day at Confederate Memorial Hall to towhich towhl towhich
which whl h all former residents of the State Stateof St2teof Stateof
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An excellent musical programme has hasbeen bubeen hasbeen
been arranged by Miss Sue Clark and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Rills DIckenson Grozvenor Gr08 ftOr Dawe Dawemanager Da Dawemanager we wemanager
manager of the Southern Commercial Con Congress congrOss Congress ¬
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the principal address on A new interest interestin I
in Arkansas Arka 6s Representative Charles CharlesCarter l lCarter i iCarter
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lington Hotel on April 12 and IS by the theboard j i
board of lady managers of the E Episcopal EpI ptaoopa1Eye copal j I
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William Conrad Mrs 11r E J StefwagenMrs Stettwagen StettwagenMrs StQIIW8enIrs
Mrs Irs Edward Rooms Roome Mrs G F Dudley Dudleyand Duelleyand Dudleyand
and Mrs Robert Talbot TalbotA TalbotA TalbotA
A pretty little affair was the Easter Easterdance Lasterdance
dance given at Lewis Hall on Monday MondayThere MondayThere MondayThere I
There was a special flower novelty in inkeeping Inketplng inkeeping
keeping with ith the season which was art ar artistically ¬
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McDonald Among those present pr ent were wereMiss wer werMiss wereMiss
Miss Mae Butler Miss Ruth Doyle DoyleMiss DoyleMiss DoyleMiss
Miss Mildred Drainey Miss Lena Ferry FerryMiss Ferryollss FerryMiss
Miss Rebecca Lennon Miss Gladys Liv Livingston LivIngston Livingston ¬
ingston Miss Mae McCarty Miss Mi L P PMewshaw PMewshaw
Mewshaw ewshaw Miss Nellie eUle Mowatt Miss I Cal Calnora calnora Calnora
nora Russell Miss Emma Tasker Miss MissMaud MIssIaud MissMaud
Maud Iaud Wineberger Miss Marion Wilson WilsonMr WilsonMr i ilr
Mr lr Spencer SpenC r Akehurst Mr Ir Joseph JosephBaumer JosephBaumor I
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gene M Foster Mr Frank Groan Gr Mr MrAlexander MrAlexander Ir IrAluander
Alexander B Holmes Mr Ir Frank Joy JoyMr JoyMr JoyMr
Mr Edger C McDonald Mr Ralph Valk ValkMr VaJkIr ValkMr
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DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS LUNCHEONSMrs LUNCHEONSMrs
Mrs Bowers wife of the solicitor gen general general gencral ¬
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day in honor of Mrs Ballinger Among Amongthe Amongthe Amongthe
the other guests gue ts were Mrs Irs John J bn W Fos Foster Foster Foster ¬
ter Mrs frs Sharpe Shar Mrs Ten Eyck EC1 Wen Wendell Wendell Wendell ¬
dell Mrs Stanley Matthews Mrs Robert RobertHInckley RobertHlnckle RobertHinckley
HInckley Hlnckle Mrs Harris Mrs Brnley BrnleyMrs HamleyMrs BarnleyMrs
Mrs Ridgely Mrs J Van Vechten Ol Olcott Olcott 01colt
cott and Miss Uss Gillett GlllettMiss GillettMiss GillettMiss
Miss Mary McCaulIy was as hostess at a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon yesterday when she entertained entertainedthe entertaInedthe entertainedthe
the Countess Alexandra von Bernstorff BernstorffBaroness BernstortfBaroness BernstorffBaroness
Baroness Elizabeth Rosen Miss Alice AliceWhiting AliceWhiting 1Jee 1JeeYh1Ung
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Esther Denny and Miss Steele of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
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Miss Estelle Crane daughter of Mrs MrsJ 1rsJ MrsJ
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Elizabeth Rogers Miss U9S Marjorie Edaon EdaonMiss EilllOnMiss EdsonMiss
Miss Emily Emil Beatty Boott and her hose guest guestMiss guestMiss guestMiss
Miss Peters of Seattle Wah Wash MissVirginia Miss MiasVirginia MissVirginia
Virginia Hammond Miss Dorothy Qulnt Qulntard Qulntard Qulntard
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