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George Geor o C Whiting Lodge is I one on of the thetwo thetwo th thtwo
two lodges of Masons located in George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town and has ha shown remarkable growthTho growth growthTho Ioth IothTho
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senior > > warden Ernest H Fowler Junior Juniorwarden juniorI juniorwarden
I warden David F Bumberth secretary secretaryand II secretaryand ecretaryand
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Mllltnry Rites Mark Funeral of MnJ MnJJames MiiiJames tlnJJnmes
James K Thompson ThompsonMilitary Thon1DllonMilitary ThomDsonMilitary
Military funeral services were hold at atArlington atArlington atArlington
Arlington Cemetery yesterday afternoon afternoonfor afternoonfor afternoonfor
for Maj Iaj James K Thompson Sixteenth SixteenthUnited SixteenthUnUed SixteenthUnited
United States Stato Infantry Infantr who died Sunday Sundaynight Sunda Sundanlsht Sundaynight
night at the Walter Reed Army Arm General GeneralHospital GeneralHospital GeneralHospital
Hospital Tho Th body bod was wa placed in the re receiving reechlng receiring ¬
ceiving vault Chaplain Brander of the theFifteenth theFltconth theFifteenth
Fifteenth Cavalry Fort Myer officiated officiatedTho offlclatedTho officiatedThe
Tho honorary pallbearers were Brig Gen GenC GenC GenC
C R Edward chief of the Bureau of ofInsular orInsuJar ofInsular
Insular Affairs Brig Gen J 3 A Aleshire AleshlreCol AleshireCol AleshireCol
Col William H Arthur Medical Depart Department Department Departmont ¬
ment Col Edwin B Babbitt Ordnance OrdnanceDepartment OrdnanceDepartmont OrdnanceDepartrnont
Department Col C C Treat Fourth FourthField FourthFlel1 FourthField
Field Artillery ArtlUer MaJ W P Richardson RichardsonThlrtaanth RlchnrdsonThirteenth RichardsonThirteenth
Thirteenth Infantry MaJ raj D S Stanley StanleyQuartermaster StanI Stanleituartermasthr l I
Quartermaster r Copt CapLDudley Dudley Wlnthrop of ofNew ofNew i
New York and Paul Clayton Clato C1aytono of Philadel Philadelphia PhiladelphiL ¬
ll IN THE SOCIAL WORLD WORLDPresident WORLDPresident I IPrcsident
President to Receive D A B BDelegates ItDelegates BDelegates
Delegates Tomorrow TomorrowWICKERSKAMS TOluorrowWICKERSHAMS TomorrowWICKERSHAMS
Secretary of Agriculture Wllxm Wllxmnud Wilsonand Vllllonnud
nud Other Arc ro Entertained EntertainedItalian EntcrtnJnedItnllnll EntertainedItalian
Italian Counselor and Marchesa MarchesaMontngllnr MarchesaMontaglinri Inrcheant
t Montngllnr Give Gis Farewell Dinner Dinnerto Dinnerto Dinnerto
to Baron Ambroxy AmbrozSoclnl Social Note NoteThe XotcsThe NotesThe
The President will receive delegates to totho totho tothe
tho Nineteenth Continental Congress Con Conress res at atthe atthe atthe
the Vhlto House tomorrow afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe fternoonTllo
The Attorney General and Mrs WIck WIckorsham Wickorhani Wlckorsham
orsham entertained at dinner last even evenIng evenlug tn tnIns
Ins They had as their guests gUl t1l the Sec Secretary Secretary Secrotary ¬
retary of Agriculture Mr Wilson lIlOn Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor and Mrs Burrows Senator and Mrs MrsRaynw MrsBayner Irs IrsRAyner
Raynw Senator and Mrs Briggs the theAssistant theAssistant
Assistant Secretary Secrotar of o War and Mrs MrsRobert MrlSRobert MrsRobert
Robert Shaw Oliver tho Assistant Sec Secrotary S Seerotary c crotry
rotary of ofState State air Huntington Wilson Wilsonformer WilsonCormer Wilsonformer
former Gov GO Magoon Mrs Audenreld AudenreldMiss AudenroidMiss udenreldMIss
Miss Lucy Kean the naval attache att che of oftho orthe ofthe
the French Embassy Viscount dAzy dAzyDr dA dADr dAzyDr
Dr and Mrs Fremont Smith Mr fr and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Charles Henry Butler and Miss MissHammond MissHammond MissHammond
Hammond HammondMrs HammondIrs HammondMrs
Mrs Irs Fletcher Fletcher wife of Senator Fletcher Fletcherof
of honda i10rJdL will entertain at luncheon luncheontoday luncheontoda luncheontoday
today toda In honor of the State rogent of ofFlorida orFlorkla ofFlorida
Florida Mrs James M Mahoney MahoneyThe JtlahoneyThe MahoneyThe
The counselor of oftho the Italian Embassy Embassyand EmbAssyand EmbassYand
and Marcheaa Montagllarl had a 0 din dinner dlnnor dinnor ¬
nor company la last t night as a farewell farewellto
to Baron Ambrozy the retiring charge chargedaffaires charaedartlres chargedaffaires
daffaires of AustriaHungary who will willleave willlllave willUiave
leave tomorrow for Now York on his hisway hiswa hisway
way wa to his new post In Rom Th Thguests TbCuests The Theguests
guests asked ked to meet him were the theSwiss theSwiss theSwiss
Swiss Minister and Mmo Hitter Col and amiMrs andMrs nfl nflMrs
Mrs Henry Henr May 1 Mr and Mrs Preston ProstonGibson Pr PrestonGibson < ton tonGibson
Gibson Mr and Mrs Edward Mitchell MitchellMr MitchellMr lItcholiIll
Mr Ill and Mrs lr Kennard of tho British BritishEmbassy BrltbthKmbnss BritishEmbassy
Embassy Kmbnss Baron Hye of the Awstro AwstroHungarlan AuatroHungarJan AestroHungarian
Hungarian Embassy staff Mr von on Bruen BruenIng BruenIng Ikuening
Ing of tho German Embassy staff Mr MrCenturo MrContaro Ir IrC
Centuro C ntllro of the Italian It Uan Embassy staff staffand taft tffand taftand
and Mr fr Gibson e secretary cr tary to Mr Hunt HuntIncton HuntInhto Huntingtot
Incton Wilson WilsonTho WilsonThe Uaon UaonTho
Tho Venezuelan Minister Mlnl lnIster tM Senor Don P PEaequlol PES6qulel PEsoqulel
Eaequlol Rojas held a largs lars and brilliant brilliantreception brlmantroceptlon brilliantreception
reception last night at a t tb the legation to tocelebrate tocelebrate tocelebrate
celebrate th the one hundredth anniversary anniversaryof
of the Independence of Venezuela The TheFirst TheMinister
Minister I1nl ter us s u assisted lsted In receiving by the theFirst theFirst I
First Assistant Secretary of State Mr MrHuntlngton MrHuntington MrHuntington
Huntington Wilson the Second Assistant AssistantSecretary AaltJtnt AaltJtntSecrotar AssisthutSecretary
Secretary Secrotar of State Mr Adee and the theThird theThird theThird
Third Assistant Secretary of Stat State and andMrs andofrll andMrs
Mrs ofrll Chandler Hale the Chief ef the theBureau th thBureeu theBureau
Bureau of Latin Affairs and Mrs rll Thomas ThomasW ThomasDAwson
W Dawson and members of the legation legationstaff legationstaft legatlonstaff
staff The legation was decorated with withrtags withflags withflags
flags and colors of Venezuela Ven zuel and palms palmsand palmaIlnd palmsand
and spring spnn blossoms The g guests est Included Includedtho Ine1U includedthe ed edtho
tho other members of o the diplomatic corps corpsand corpsand corpsand
and their wives and andhnany andmany many of the official officialof omctao oflictalsof
of o tho United States government and andtheir andtheir andtheir
their wives wivesThe wIvesTbe wivesThe
The Secretary of the Navy Nas and Mrs MrsMeyar MrsMeyw Irs IrsoIe8
Meyar oIe8 have chartered a car to go to the theHarvardAnnapolis tbeHArardAnnapolls theHarvardAnnapolis
HarvardAnnapolis crew race on Friday Fridayat Frlela Frlelaat Fridayat
at Annapolis Tho party wlH Include the theAssistant lbeA9lIIstant theAmiant
Assistant Secretary Secrotar of U the e Navy Na and Mrs MrsBeokman MrsBeokun Ofr OfrBeeknmn
Beokman Beeknmn Wlnthrop Inthrop Rear Admiral and andMrs andIin andMrs
Mrs Iin Clover and their daughters dau hterl and the theMisses thenes theMisses
Misses Meyer and some of o their young youngfriends youngfriends OUngfriends
friends friendsMrs friendsMrs friendsMrs
Mrs Howard ReesMe will entortaln at ata ata t ta
a dance on the evening eenla of April 27 for forher fOCher fother
her daughter Miss Its Elisabeth Reeside ReesideMrs Reealdeof ReesideMrs
of ofMrs
Mrs Sanders and Miss 11as Elva Sanders Sanderswife Sandersvlfo Saderswife
wife and daughter of O Mr Elrin H San Sanders Sandor Sandors ¬
ders dor of tho tariff board of Chicago who whohave whohave whohave
have spent the winter at the New Wil Wlllard Willard Willard
lard left yesterday Yl terday for their home They Theywill Theywl1l Theywill
will remain there until May far 1 when they theywill theywl11 theywill
will open their summer home at the theMidlothian tJMUdlothlan theMidiothian
Midlothian Club Blue Island for the theremainder theromalnder theremainder
remainder of the summer summerMiss summerMiss
Miss Rachael Christian Trimble daugh daughter daughter daughtet ¬
ter of Mr Ir and Mrs Irs Crawford McChesney McChesneyTrimble McCheneyTrirnble lcCb lcCbTrImble
Trimble formerly of o Staunton Va and andMr AndMr andMr
Mr John Mason Mns n Lee jr were married marriedyesterday marrtede marriedyesterday
yesterday e torday morning at l U oclock at New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York Avenue Presbyterian Church by byRev byRev byRet
Rev Wallace Radcliffe pastor The cere ceremony ceremon ceremony ¬
mony mon was attended by a large JAr e party of ofrelatives orrelaths ofrelatives
relatives and friends The church was wasdecorated wasdecorated W Wdccoratod
decorated with palms palm and spring blossoms blossomsThe blo8eomaTho blossomsThe
The bride was gowned in a traveling travelingsuit travelingsuIt travelingsuit
suit of blue serge with a a corsage bou bouquet bouquet heatquet ¬
quet of lilies of tho valley and orchids orchidsHer orchidsHer orchidsHer
Her hat was black straw trimmed with withwillow withwillow withwillow
willow plumes Miss Nance Trimble of ofStaunton otStunton ofStaunton
Staunton was her maid of honor and andonly andon andonly
only on 1 attendant Sho wore ore a navy blue bluecloth bluecloth bluecloth
cloth suit with a corncolored hat trim trimmed trimmed trimmod ¬
med with pink hydrangeas h ran ea8 Mr lr Leos Leeabrother Leosbrother Le Lebrother
brother Mr Bankhead Lee I e was his beet bestman beetmlln beetman
man and the ushers were Marshall ifar hall King Kingand KIngland Kingand
land and Richard Iehard Chlchoste Mr and Mrs MrsLo MrsLee MrsLee
Lo Lee left for Boston by sea After May 11a 1 1they 1they 1they
they will make their home at WIdewater WIdewaterStafford WldewaterStatrord WidawaterStafford
Stafford County Count Va The bridegroom is isthe I Itho Isthe
the son of MaJ Inj and Mrs John M Lee Leeand Leeand Leeand
and a n nephew of Gcu Go Fitzhugh Lee LeeMrs Leefrs LeeMrs
Mrs frs J J Morrow Morro wife of former Dis District Dlstr Distrtct ¬
trict tr ct Commission MaJ Morrow U S A Aand Aand Aand
and her father Gen John G Butler were werehosts werehots werehosts
hosts at a prettily appointed tea yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day afternoon at 5 oclock at their home homein homein homeIn
in Calvart street Mrs Morrows brother brotherand brotherand brotherand
and sisterInlaw Lieut and Mrs Irs Rod Rodman Rodman Rodman ¬
man Butler U S A who have recently recentlyreturned recent recentreturned recentlyreturned
returned from the Philippines wore tho thoguests thoguosts theguests
guests of honor They Tho are spending a ashort Q Qshort ashort
short time In Washington on leave le vo from fromLieut fromLleut fromLleut
Lleut Butlers post In Fort Des Moines MolnesLieut MoinesLlcut MoinesLiout
Lieut and Mrs Butler assisted Mrs MrsMorrow 1IrsMorro MrsMorrow
Morrow Morro and Gen Butler In receiving receivingMrs rccelvlnSMrs receivingMrs
Mrs Harrison H Dodge mother of Mrs MrsButler llrsButler MrsButler
Butler and Mrs W J Barden wife of Maj MajBarden MajBarden MaJBarden
Barden U S A presided at the tea teatable tootable teatable
table and Mrs W V Judson wife of ofCommissioner orCommissioner ofCommissioner
Commissioner Judson served punch Tho Thotables Thotables Thetables
tables were tastefully tastorull decorated with red redshaded redshaded rodshaded
shaded candles and red tulips Others Othersassisting Othersasslstlno Othersnzslstlng
assisting were Miss Dorothy Langntt LangnttMiss L LangflttMiss ncOtt ncOttMiss
Miss Marion Abbott Miss Eleanor Abbott AbbottMiss AbbottI1ss AbbottMiss
Miss I1ss Marie Iarlc Mlchle Miss Eliza Wesson Wessonand Wessolland Vessolland
and Miss Sophie Mlddleton
One of the bo most mosttnteresting Interesting figures at attho attho atthe
tho sessions of the Continental Congress Congressyesterday Congressesterdoy Congressyesterday
yesterday was Mrs Mary D Lee Haney Haneymother H Hazcymother e emoth
mother moth or of William Duff Haney of Chi Chicago ChIcago Chicago ¬
cago who occupied with Mrs Irs William WilliamDuff WlIllllmDurc WilliamDuff
Duff Haney Hane of Chicago one of the boxes boxesover boxcsover boxesover
over the stage in Continental Memorial MemorialHall MemorialHall MemorialHall
Hall Mrs Htfney Ht ncy Is the patriarch of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Green family faml of which hlch Mrs Irs Mat Matthew lolatthew Matthew ¬
thew T Scott the president general of ofLeaders orLeaders ofLeaders
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the be D A R and her sister lor former formerPresident formerPresident
President General Mrs II Adlai Stevenson Stevensonare Steven Stevensonare on onare I
are members meJJlbcrs Mrs Irs Haney is a first firstcousin firstcousin rst
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cousin of tho distinguished women and is isIf isherself
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the first woman professor prot r in an n Illinois Illinoisoollego IlItnoaoollelo Illinoiscohlego
oollego oolleloShe cohlegoShe oollegoShe
She was a professor of languages for formany torJOU formany
many JOU years She is now an octogenarian octogenarianand oct05e arln arlnan
and an < 1 made the trip from Chicago to see seea Mea seea
a a womans oman congress presided over by a awoman awoman awoman
woman and her relative Mrs Ira Haney Haneyand Hn Haneyand Y Yand
and her uaughterinlaw are the guests guestsof gUIIJ1Ior guestsof
of the latter latters alter sister Mrs James Jam H HDraper HDCap HDraper
Draper DCap < < They The will m retttrn to Chicago Chicagotomorrow Chleaaotomorrow Chicagotomorrow
tomorrow tomorrowMembers tomorrowor tomorrowMembers
Members or of the tit D A R Rwero congress conoreMwere congresswere
were the guests in Whole bole honor the mom members JIMmbers momhors ¬
bers of the Congressional Con reeMonal Club enter entertained enteltaloM entertamed ¬
tamed at a reception r pUoa yesterday after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon from Tom S I to T oclock The club rooms roomswere IOOIDIIwere roomswere i
were beautifully decorated with 1th dogwood dogwoodblossoms dogwoodbJoaoma dogwoodblossoms
blossoms American A Mrlcan Beauty roses and andlilacs aDdlUaa andIthaca
lilacs Mrs In Dolllver chairman of the thereception thereception thereception
reception committee was assisted let in re receiving recelvla recelviag ¬
ceiving celvla by other members of the club clubwho clubwho dubwho
who are re also members of th the D A R RPresiding RPreGcUol RPresiding
Presiding at the tea to table were ore Mrs MrsHughes MrsHughes rII rIIH
Hughes H and Mrs Irs FsJrchllds FsJrchlldsMrs FirebildiMrs
Mrs 11 Murray uny Crane Mrs Irs J P DolUver DolUverMrs DoIUverrs DdftverMrs
Mrs rs A W Gregg and Mrs X George Geo W WFalrchild WYalrcbtlcl WFairchild
Fairchild will 111 receive the guests gu tJI at the thedance thedance thedance
dance at the Congressional Cong esaWlNll Club this thisevening tb tbeTenlng thisevening
evening The Tb floor committee mmtttee is com composed COIIIpoHd onesposed ¬
posed of Mrs Ira Huntington Huntln tOll Wilson Mrs MrsHenry MrsHenry Irs IrsHenry
Henry A Cooper Mrs rs William P Bor Borland DorJand mcland ¬
land Mrs Irs Jack Beall and Mrs Otlie 0111 M MJamra Mmes r rimcs
Jamra JamraMiss imcs imcsI mesMiss
Miss BHxabeth Goodwin and Limit ZJeutResooe LMutI LimitRCooe
I Resooe Rc o F Dllfen U S N will be mar married marrSed marrind ¬
rind today at St Johns Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EphlcopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church Lieut Dillon entertained his hisbest hislIt hisbest
best lIt man Lieut Walter H Stated U S SN SK SN
N K and his ushers Lieut H T Winton WlntonLieut WintonLleut Flnlon FlnlonLleut
Lleut George W Steele Jr Paymaster PaymasterCharles pyma8terCbacles PaymasterCharles
Charles E Parsons Lieut Ieut Richard P PHcCuItough PJdcCullougb PMcCullough
HcCuItough Lieut Albert Church and andEnsign andEnsign I IEnat
Ensign Enat < < n Andrew S Hickey at dinner last lastevening Jateenlng lastevening
evening Among Amon the outoftown guests guestshere guestsbere guestshere
here for the wedding ddID are Mrs Irs Dillen Dillenmother Dillenmother Dillonmother
mother of the th bridegroom bdde room Miss ta Arm Armstrong Armstrong Armstrong ¬
strong of Indianapolis the Misses Good Goodwin Good1n Goodwin ¬
win 1n of MIddletown Conn Mis Miss Raitta RaittaProston RelttaProaton RoittaPreston
Preston of Baltimore Dr William nJlam Lock Lockwood Lockwooo Lockwood
wood Dr Frank Anderson U S N NMrs NMrs NMrs
Mrs Henry F Price wife of Lieut com commandol Com Commander Consinandor ¬
mander Price of the th Delaware De ware to which whichLieut whichLiout hleh hlehLfeut
Lieut Dillon Isattached came from Nor Norfolk NortoUr Norfolk ¬
folk and Mrs Charles G Harris from fromRichmond fromRichmond I
Richmond RichmondMrs RichmondMrs RichmondMrs
Mrs W A McConnell of Columbus ColumhwaOhio CoJumbusOhio ColumbusOhio
Ohio is J the guest gu t of her oooctos th thMisses the t1MlIn theMimes
Misses In s Thomas of K street
Mr 11 and nd Mrs John T Fey Fo announce announcethe anlMHlDCeUM announcethe
the engagement of their daughter Fran Frances Francea Frances ¬
ces to Mr Ir Fred Campbell Clark The Thewedding Tbewedding Thewedding
wedding will 111 be witnessed wttne sed only by rela relatives relAthe rcatires ¬
tires the and a a few tc intimate friends friendsThe friendsThe erlendThe
The marriage is announced annouD 8l of Mia MiasLaura MissLaura MiaI
I Laura Laur Elizabeth Keys and Mr George GeorgeLeyburn GeorgeLeyburn GeorgeLeyburn
Leyburn Leone Le The ceremony ceremon took tookplace tookplce tookplace
place Saturday evening eYeR I at the home of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bridegrooms mother Mrs H Watson WatsonLeese WatsonLease ataon ataonLeese I
Leese In K street Rev Dr Donald C CMacLeod CracLcod CMacLeod
MacLeod officiated Owing to the recent recentdeath rec recentdeath < nt ntdOAth
death of Mr Leesos Leo os father the marriage marriagewas marriagewas marriagewas
was a quiet one oneMrs onelofrs oneMrs
Mrs Harrison Dodge Is In Washington Washingtonf8r Washingtonfir
fir two weeks before departing for Fort FortDea FortDes FortDoe
Des MoInes to visit slt her daughter Mrs MrsRodman MrsRodman MrsRodman
Rodman Butler Miss Mollle Dodge who whois whoIs whoIs
is now In Italy will soon travel in France FranceMlsa FranceMias FranceMia
Mlsa Mia Ida Hill Bowie has returned to toher toher toher
her home In Wlllard street from a 0 visit visitto visitto visitto
to Miss Kathryn Garnbrlll at the th latters lattershome lattershome lattershome
home in Laurel Miss GambrlH Is a 0 niece nieceof nieceOf nieceof
of the late Senator Arthur Pue Gorman Gormanof
o of Maryland andfls and 68 a a famous beauty beaut In Inthe inthe inthe
the State Miss Gambrill has postponed postponedher postponedher postponedher
her visit here which she he
was to make ag agMlsa 8Sf5B apMiss
Miss f5B Bowies guest owing to the th illness illnessof Ulncs5or il ilof
of her mother a 3 sister of tho late Senator SenatorMr Senatorr SenatorMr
Mr r and Mrs John W Lovett of An Anderson Anderson Anderson ¬
derson Ind are at the Willard Mrs MrsLovett 1lrsLovett MrsLovett
Lovett is regent of Klthwenund lthwenund Chap Chaptor Chapter Chapter
ter D X A R Ro organized by her two years yearsago yearsgo yearsago
ago go
They have been entertained considerably considerablysince Considerablysince
since they arrived Last night they theywore theywere theywere
were the th guests of honor at a dinner dinnergiven dinnerghen dinnergiven
given by b Representative and Mrs Irs Adair Adalrat Adairat Adairat
at Congress Hall On Sunday Sunda night they theyworo therwero theywore
wore entertained at dinner by b ute At Attorney Attorney Attorney ¬
torney General and nd Mrs Wlckersham Wlckershamand Wickershamand Vickcrshamand
and tomorrow night nl ht Represeata Re > rostntu tT v c and andMrs andMrs md mdlIrs
Mrs Cullop will be the hosts Mrs MrsLovett MrsLovett MrsLovett
Lovett Is the daughter of the late Will WillCumback W11lCumbnck V9llCurnback
Cumback of Groensburg Ind one of tho thobestknown thobestknown thebestknown
bestknown politicians o ftha tth State StateFrau StateFrau StateFrau
Frau EmU HugH of Bern Switzerland Switzerlandformerly Switzerlandformer Switzerlandformerly
formerly former Miss Uss Ethel Thereso Camp of ofWashington orVashlnbton ofWashington
Washington Is at the home ot her par parents parents parents ¬
ents MdJ M and Mrs Norman H Camp
1412 Euclid street northwest Frau HugH Hugllhas HugHhas Hughhas
has come como from Switzerland at the Invi Invitation Inltatlon Invitatlon ¬
tatlon of tho Washington Choral So Society Socle Society ¬
ciety cle to sing at their final concert next nextweek nettw nextp nextweek
w week ek
Christ Child Society Grows GrowsIncrease GrowsIncreaso GrowsIncrease
Increase in membership and activity of oftho ortho ofthe
tho Christ Child Society Is shown In tho thonineteenth thonineteenth thon1noteeth
nineteenth annual report made public publicyesterday pUBlicyosterda publicyesterday
yesterday One hundred new members membershave mombershave membershave
have bean enrolled and ISO children have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been clothed clothedLargest clothedlargest clothedArgest
Largest Homing orning Oirculationj ChculatioiI
Continued from Pace One OneMiss OneMiss
111 Miss Edith Gould a sister of tho bride brideand brideand brideand
and Miss wIt Ellin Mackay M Ckay daughter of Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Mr Clarence Mackay lfaeka lfaekaThe MackayThe N NTho
The bridesmaids wore pink and white whitefrocks whitetrocks whitefrocks
frocks with blue sashes sash eft Their Thwr straw strawhats strawhats strawhats
hats matched their gowns and they car carried carried carned ¬
ried gilt baskets of pink camellias camelliasThe camohhiasThe I IThe
The maid of honor wore a a gown of ofpink otpink ofPink
pink satin The flower girls glrl were in inpink Inpink inpink
pink and white frocks with Ith blue sashes sashesand sashesand sashesand
and straw tra w hats to match Thoy carried carriedgilt carriedSilt carriedgilt
gilt baskets of pink camellias camelliasMr camelliasMr camehhiasMr
Mr Drexel was accompanied by F FArmstrong PArmstrong FArmstrong
Armstrong Drexel his brother who waa wasbest waabeat waabeat
beat man The ushers ueber were Viscount ViscountMaidstone Y1 ViscountMaldetone eount eountMaldtone
Maidstone Nowell Griffith Grl lth William WilliamRhinelander WilliamRhlnelander VllilunRhlnelander
Rhlnelander Stuart jr Julius JuU W V l Noyea NoyeaCraig NoyearalG NayesCraig
Craig ralG Diddle and John Fell of Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia PhtIadelphia ¬
phia and Jay and Kingdon Gould broth brothers brothrs brothers ¬
ers rs of the bride Their gold pins set with withdiamonds withdimonds withdiamonds
diamonds and bearing the monogram monogramD
D and GM G were presents from the thebrldearoom thebridegroom i ibridegroom
bridegroom bridegroomThe brldearoomThe bridegroomThe
The rolling roUtn tones of Martins IarUn wedding weddingprocessional wock1lngproceatonaJ weddingprocessional
processional The Voice That Breathed BreathedOer BreathedOer BreathedOer
Oer Eden drew dre the bride and her herfather herrather herfather
father up the aisle between the floral floraltorches floraltorches oral oraltorchOtJ
torches At the altar they were ero met by byMr byMr
i Mr Drexel and his II party George Georgo1 Georgo1I J JGould JGould
I Gould gave his hI daughter in marriage marriageand marrlaJoI marriageand
and the Bishop of New No Jersey weddedthem weddedthem wedded weddedthem
I them The recessional r loRal was Parkers ParkersLord Parker ParkerLord ParkersLord
Lord Who at Canas eana Wedding Feast FeastGo FestGo FeastGo
Go to Gould Home HomeMrs HomcIrs hionieMrs
Mrs Irs Drexel Dr 1 passed down the aisle on ontho ontho onthe
tho arm fm of her husband quite ult self selfpossessed HI HIpouesaucl selfpossessed
possessed and smiling brightly b1 Uy at her herfriends hertrlends herfriends
friends among moDI the guts Occasionally Occasionallyshe
she nodded haply They entered aa au automobile automobile antomoblie ¬
tomobile around which bleb a a crowd was wasdensely wasdensely
densely jammed and wore dlrevn to toGeorge toGeorg toGeorge
George A Goulds Gould home at 867 7 Fifth av avenue avenue nvcane ¬
enue where the reception followed
The hall and rooms were decorated decoratedluxuriously decor decoratedluxuriously ted tedluxurloualy
luxuriously with white blte roses spring springflowers springowers springflowers
flowers owers and smilax Over the landing of ofthe orth8 ofthe
the grand staircase 8tatr ntaIreas in the hall was an anarch Anarch anarch
arch of forsythia one of the earliest OArtie t of ofspring oCprln ofspring
spring > > prln blossoms The salon on the first firstfloor Omft firstliner
floor ft or displayed masses 18 of pink and ncl white whiteroses whiteroses whiteroea
roses The largo argo apartment on the third thirdfloor thtmftoor thirdfloor
floor where the reception was held heldwas heldwu heldwas
was decorated with calls lilies and pink
and Dd while apple appleMr appl b blr blossoms blossomsMr
Mr lr and Mrs Irs Drexel received r tYed in the theballroom thoballroom thebathroom
ballroom on the second floor where wb < < o con congratulations oengratuladone eongratulations ¬
gratulations were showered upon them themAVnltz themnItr themWaltz
Waltz nItr Dedicated to Bride I1rldcNathan BrideNathan
Nathan Francos orchestra played dur daring durInb durlug ¬
lug the reception reeept When th the bridal party partyarrived 1MUUarrived partyarrived
arrived the orchestra played a waltz waltzwhich waltwbleh waltzwhich
which Mr Franko wrote and ncl dedicated dedicatedto
to the th bride laid The Th Marjorie When Phen Mr Mrand MraM Mrsnd
and Mrs In Drexel left the tyaltz saltz 1tz was ren rendered rendered rondered ¬
dered a second HCODd time timeTh timeThe timeThe
Th The guests had an opportunity to see seethe seethe seethe
the presents pceH W which blcb Mr 11 and Mrs rs Drexel Drexelhad Drexelhad Drexelhad
had received The most notable of o all the thegifts the11ft thegifts
gifts 11ft was naturally not on exhibition It Itwas Itw Itwas
was w the house at big Fifth avenue 8ftue which whichGeorge whichGeorge bleh blehI
I George J Gould gave his daughter dau bter and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which will be ready for occupancy oaeupIU In Inthe Inthe inthe
the autumn autumnMr autumnMr autumnMr
Mr Gould gave his a daughter dusht also a o a adiamond adlamond adiamond
diamond ring ringEdith rlu rluEdith ringEdith
Edith Kingdon Kln on Gould her mother gave gavea
a corsage ornament of diamonds and andchain andchin nd ndcJtaJn
chain of pearls and a d diamonds diamondsMr dllu diamondSMr o o1Ir
Mr and Mrs Anthony J Drexel pre presented preHnted peeseated ¬
seated them with two chests of o silver silverFrom 8UyerFrom silverFrom
From Miss MI Helen Gould the bride re received receiVed recelved ¬
ceived a brooch brooc of diamonds and pearls pearlsA pe pearlsA < < rls rlsA
A collar of pearls pear wa was the gift of Mr Mrand Mrand Ir Irand
and Mrs Irs Edwin Gould GouldHoward GouJcIHoard GouldHoward
Howard Gould gave ve the bride a band handsome bandOme bandsome ¬
some silver her punch bowL bowLFrom bowLFrom bowLFront
From John R Drexel she received a asilver 8silver asliver
silver compote and center utiec utiecMany ptoee ptoeeMany Ieee IeeeInny
Many Inny Other Presents PreientThe PrcJlcntTho PresentsThe
The other present included a a gold and andplatinum andplatinum andplatinum
platinum purse from Mrs Irs Stuyves StuyvesFish StUTe Stuyvesant StuyvesantFish ant antFish
Fish n a pearl scarf pin for the groom groomfrom groomfront room roomtrom
from Mrs James Henry Smith a diamond diamondbracelet diamondbracelet diamondbracelet
bracelet from rota Frank Gould a silver gilt gilttea gilvtea nt nttea
tea set from the brothers and sisters of ofthe orthe ofthe
the bride a diamond brooch set > > t in blue blueenamel blu bluenamel blueenamel
enamel from Mr 11 and Mrs C B Alex Alexander Alexander Alexnuder ¬
ander a black pearl ring rln for the bride bridefrom bridefrom bridefrom
from the Duchess Ducbe a de Talleyrand Tane rnd Perigord Perigordan
an enamel clock which strikes the min minutes mlnutc miiivies ¬
vies utc from Mrs Vanderbilt anderhilt a blue enamel enamelclock enamelclock enamelclock
clock from Lady Paget an n antique clock clockfrom clockfrom clockfrom
from Mrs George W V Chikls an old Eng English Eng118h Enghish ¬
lish silver basket ket from the employee of
the Gould household alarge antique all silver 511e allvet ¬
vet e vase H from Mr r and a andMrs dlMrs Mrs Van Rense Renselaer HeMelur Rensehair
hair a bronso statue from fr m Daniel Miller Millereighteen Millereighteen llUerehhteen
eighteen gold plates from Mr 11 and Mrs MrsClarence MrsClarence Irs IrsClarence
Clarence H Mackay laCka a dozen gold plates platesfrom platstrom platesfrom
from Mr and Mrs
Jacob H Schlff a asilver sUTer asliver
silver dlah dl9h from Cot John J hn Jacob Astor Astora Astorclock
a a clock from Mrs Cornelius Vanderbilt Vanderbilta Vanderbiltmirror
a mirror with a 8 silver frame from Mr Mrand Mrand Ill Illud
and Mrs Irs Reginald C VanderMlt Yandt > rtll1t six sixsilver six1IIhcr sixsLIer
silver candelstlcks from Mr 11 and Mrs iIs E
Jaffroy Jattro a a clock from zorn Mr and Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomas MrsThomas
Thomas F Ryan a II dozen dinner plates platesfrom P1ale8tram platesfrom
from Mrs Henry B Hyde a dozen china chinaplates cblnaplates chinaplates
plates from Mr and Id Mrs John D Rocke Rockefeller RockefolieI Rochefeller ¬
feller a a clock and candelabra from Mrs MrsHerman MrsHerman
Herman Oelrichs a turquoise and dia diamond diamond dinmood ¬ t
mond pendant from Mr Ir and Mrs Robert RobertH
H Russell RussellGrand I IGrant I IGrnl1tl
Grand Wedding Cnke CnkeAlmost CakeAlmost I IAlmost
Almost as interesting as the presents presentsto r
to many of tho guests was the wedding weddingcake weddingcake 1 1cake
cake 8 triumph of the bakers skill It Itwas I Iwas I
was a fruit cake with white icing and andchrystalled andchrystahiod nd ndehrytalled
chrystalled candy decorations decoraUoMQ Bits of ofcake o ocnko ofcake
cake were given in gilt boxes to young youngMrs youngMrs
Mrs 118 Drexels friends Mr and Mrs MrsDrexol MrsDrexel Irs IrsDrexot
Drexel loft at S16 Si 16 oclock tonight to begin begintheir beJlntheir begintheir
their honeymoon The brides golngaway golngawaygown gol goingawaygown Saway Sawaysown
gown was of lavender cloth with hat to tomatch tomatch tomatch
match Thoy traveled on George Geor e J JGoulds JGoulcls JGoulds
Goulds private car Atlanta to Kings Kingston Kingston Kingston ¬
ton whoro their car was s transferred to toa toa toa
a train that took them to Ulster They Theywill Theywll1 Theywill
will spend their honeymoon in the Cats Catskills Cats Catskills Catskills
kills killsAfterward killsArtenmrd killsAfterward
Afterward they will III go to England to toattend tottend toattend
attend ttend the wedding of Mr Drexels r Xlr sister sisterMargaretta sisterMargaretta tter tterand
Margaretta and Viscount Maidatone Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Anthony J Drexel ST r Miss MissDrexel MissDrexel n88 n88Drexel
Drexel and nd Viscount VJ eount Maidstone will be bepassengers bepauengora bepassengers
passengers on the Lusitania which sails sailsfor sailsfor
for England tomorrow tomorrowMRS tomorroMRS tomorrowMRS
Miss 11I11Jnnet Janet Richards Describes nc crlbelJ Ober Obernimiicrfirna Obernmmcrrnu Oberanuuicegnu
nimiicrfirna nt National NationalMiss XntlonnIlnfiS NationalMiss
Miss Janet Richard lectured at th thNational tbNUonA1 the theNaUona
National Theater yesterday tcrday afternoon on onthe onthe
the Passion pa ton Play of Oberamraergau Oberamraergaui
i Mrs Taft aCt was a present as a 5 the guest e t of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Irs John Hays Hammond HammondThte HammondThis
This being the year for the decennial decennialpresentation decennialpresentation
presentation of this religious drama many manywho man manwho manywho
who expect xeCt to visit kllt Oberamroargau Oboramma u this thtesummer thissummer
summer ware interested InlCl d in the story tory of ofthe orthe ofthe
the play the tb place and th the people as astold astold
told by Miss Richards R har who baa na visited visitedOberammargau visitedOberasnsnargau sited sitedOberammargau
Oberammargau several times timesThe timesThe timesThe
The lecture wa was illustrated by 125 views viewsmade vlewamade viewsmade
I made from pictures bought by Mia MiesRichards MiaRleharda MissRichards
Richards in Oberammargau and is an anaccurate aDaccurate anaccurate
accurate story of e the famous production productionThe productionT productionThe
The T proceeds proceec of the lecture will be bedivided bedlvlde bedividod
divided dlvlde between the womans welfare welfarework welfarewoc1c welfarework
work of the National Civic Federation Federationand F Federationand eratlon I Iand
and the Vacation House of the Young YoungWomens YoungYoftNfB YoungWotnens
Womens Christian Association Credit Creditfor C1 CTsdItfor t ttor
for the success wee of o the affair is largelydue largelythin largely argelyduo
due to 0 Miss Schroeder the chairman of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the committee committeeMis eomml committeeMiss t tee teeM
Mis M Miss Richards will attend the play playwhich plaTwhlclt playwhich
which Is to be given July K 2 i
Inane Gnus Gnn Deliver nn Address AddrcMMFilled AddreKMFllIeel AddressFilled
Filled tv with sht < h Practical Advice AdviceAt AehiecAt AdviceAt
At a meeting meeUn arranged by Col A E ERandle ERandis j jRandle
Randle president of the United rnlt States StatesRealty StatesRea1tr StatesRealty
Realty Company Mr lr Cans responded to toan toan i ian
an invitation to address the officers of ofSee oface ofdoe
See force and salesmen JeMDen connected with withthe withthe ith I Ithe
the United States Realty Company at attheir j
their main In offices omc last night ht at Pennsyl Pennsylvania pennSIAla Pennsyivanla ¬
vania Ala avenue venu and Seventh street Mr MrGai MrGal MrGnn
Gal was w introduced to those present by byO I IO
O C Brothers vice president of the theUnited thelaltecl theUnited
United States Realty Company CompanyMr j jMr I IMr
Mr Gans directed his remarks marks prin pruncipahly j jcipally iclplly
cipally to the sales saJ force who are now nowexploiting nowexploll1nb nowexploiting
exploiting and offering to the public the thosale thlIe thesale <
sale Ie of property in the new subdivision subdivisionknown subdivisionknown
known as Randle Highlands HighlandsMr I
Mr 1 Gans gave aa interesting account of ofthe orthe ofthe
the growth and prosperity of the greatest greatestcapitals greatestcapitals
capitals e pltals of the world orlel and cited the thegrowth theI thegrowth
I growth owUi and A possibilities P IIIbItJM of Washington Washingtonthe
> the smallest of the th capital e 1ItaI elites and des destined destuned ¬
tined in not so many years 011 to count a apopulation apopulation a apopulation
population of 10WCOJ or more people peopleMr peopleMr
Mr Gans spoke interestingly and from fromexperience trom8tperlence fromexperience
experience as to the science of salesman salesmanship salesmanIp salesmanship ¬
ship Ip and the confidence a a man must have havein haein havein
in Washington Ashtn ton which presents an n un unusual uou unusual ¬
usual u ua1 opportunity for tile home builder builderas bunderwell
as 5 well as a the man seeking > > eking profitable in investment InvlIItment investment ¬
vestment in real estate ectateAmong MtaleAmon estateAmong
Among Amon those present were O C Broth Brothersv Brother5 Brothera
ersv era jr X R It Robinson Warren A ACameron ACameron ACameron
Cameron Walter R Klotz Johnny JobDn W WWyatt Wtytt V VWyatt
Wyatt tytt A L Martin John E Mc McDonaugh MeDonaugb McDonaugh
Donaugh W E Hardell C B Hllliard HllliardBurton HUUardBurton HilliardBurton
Burton G Snttth C Ml M Jenkins C CFarr N NFarr NFarr
Farr G G Stlmpeon A MacA acA Wash Washburn Wuhburn Washburn
burn J Henry Henr Brown and Byron W WOrr WOrr F FOrr
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Washington A Jngton met last night ibt at the th head headquarters headquarteM headquarters ¬
quarters of Nelson Nel on A Miles ltlN Camp No o 1 1in 1In 1In
in Flynns Hall Yesterday was set aside asidemp asideby asideby
by the National Camp mp for fo the renewal renewalof rewalot
of allegiance aUe lance and for the appropriate appropriatecommemoration appropriatec4tmmemoratlon appropriatecojumemoratlon
commemoration of o the cause ezt which the theveterans theyetocanB theveterans
veterans represent representOfllcers represhtt represhttOtDcers represntOfficers
Officers and nd staffs of Lawton Harden HardenPettit HardenPettit HardenPettit
Pettit Dewey Df and Astor camps were werepresenjt werepreeet ere erepreflelt
presenjt The department commander comman < k > r wag wagin as asIn a ain
in attendance attt > ndance and made a patriotic ad address addre5 address ¬
dress Commander J A Costello Co ttllo presided presidt > d
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