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THE SUN SHINES ON (f :11.i .. I'mm First Pus".) <1res-ed !n 11.? > w.iv, a fluffy pompa dour aru::n.l t * fa< and u coil at the back pinned It'w Hi- lx>o<|Uct was a shower clus -r o v, i orchils. th ? tinest speci mens ob!i. ill i . and (if course the last of fering li ..r :he bridegroom before the couple par:. .nipa:;y upstairs to come down foi i ?-<:<. v. I,ikc the brides of Ions ajtu ?!.n-. stiff Louquets wore he'.d in fancy jii!v ? n eptacles to be kept far gen eral' >ns a !*:? r t\? m, this lovely bunch of tin' inns: !>. . i'... exotics was held togeth gi'ld chain as well as the ? v. .ith dangling blossoms Tin bride during the 1 ? .tar?:? had to be free i. r- drop t.) the length of ornaments worn er with i l K'l nzi' 1 ibbo. made tin- ? ceremon; ? Just li t in-: their *u. !? were . a ? l>rld< rh>ii:i. - jewels h necklace mate1;, d m. !:? klaets, one tiie t!i' Its: present of In . It was a superb Is, iarge, perfectly >1. Co? lire ' n mini;' wa m i blue n out Hi: front chlff. ? Cldo ties .?r Tit In : u b 'tat ? M:s Kccsevclt's Gown. ' ? - ' 'ire: ? v. as in complete : ? ( ! i 1 !.'??. bt ' :g of heavy wl Mil"-, brown and gilt ii -a id: Tlie foundation ' ? * i the figures'in ?? 'if g!i:. t re td 'It!' - w:: mad ? p-'n !:? brocade down tt:e ? . d I r-iwn V of t:? |>: o ' :";1 :?? i ve fh-ffy ruf : ' ; -'S !: :;i under tii ed^e. j ? v' r'' ! whs cmbrolderfd ; Rd hot: ? flo..' and po A*.. Rooin. a.-anda of tie AY hit e tio;.a rs 1 .i.l House dur- j ' v. i i il not have ? it ni i n- arty a i.?y. wiii. h number com an . t1 tn nt II" . weldings i i ig the 'irant ' - - n: :c In the ' <? sr. rn en ? : . iwer i i; f Tond. ? ? c .rr dor, ? ? space Is ? "t~h con Co1: ntess ne Ciiauibrun, M 1. vff* rib's slater. ' I' i Ha v - Kirliijf j tribute t. ni : comfort. The east r?"1' w ' ' ? ? ( ''"-lony took P'af 1 - ? - V f'.t lo.g. Ua'r that wide un.l t?.nt.-twi> f.,t big!; The making :' ' l:'' 'Kv.l it more than ?the; .i !?ai tm< nts Each ? f the four mantels lias M I tii i ? ? r i.\. i it framed in keeping with lh iv. w1 ? w .ulwork. Th. room has ' rw v.: ? ! .as tin north, thre- mure on thf i.mi a trtpin window showing I - a ? . i- biire of furniture uave ? few .? i . - tg tin wa s here and then at t t- S* vies .jis'.s, a present front I ;" i n.g tiii'. TI tas stand as Krar.t'.i - .tt f dn.>ts leading to the cor ridor ? 1 t'." i .st w :idow. ' ' ' ' 1 ?? .in. i .if the cast' room '?Wl t'te ? u _ along toe *lm 1. ' ' A ?' '? - ;i at . i White Holism. II " ; " "1 "i .nterest tn the cast """" v- th.- spot where the ' "i ' ' married. A seinl-clr l" ,r !'? '' " ;:l ! ti . space acroits the v "" ??'. an t:t>'t step up from ttie ! ""1 ?' - earp-f . In green Aero is 8* ? > i' ? r : ? . nd groom stood v ??'?? <? ? ?'??! r g in whlih rich rod Shades pi >mlrta!?-d. A floral background w.'Sf .rn.i d 1.1 a tali g:\ ap of palms, banked ? totiiiii the b. s- v..!., Astilbe Japoiiica ana In. oena S.incrll. wlilth, with the gaeter lines, ? rrn-d ut the < o|..r scheme of whlto ? ni. green Overhead light garlands ot e -t aragt.> ,-nd ?rn)Ias l.tid clusters of bride roses. From giided standards ten feet west of Iplat form a ribbon covered rope extend e<i on ea' !i side to the main doors openinar on the corridor and to the east walls of room. Tills outlined an aisle of goner ous proportions and made a chancel effect a*?uaa the platform heightened by tha THE WEI ivassing of palms, etc., behind the white >>;? rrier. ?j on :? S1 the mantels were 1111 a v I it Master lilies and ! rands. and on '!;>? n .-dov\ i <!.!> s at the north and south . in!.; of the r ariment there were white ? lt.uiMlen.ir>!:. 1 ? sh> s in jardinieres. ] ?; tit' t; r ? -n room the mantel vases were j 1 . [ .. i.ii Enchantress carnations ar.d fern fronds. I .. r l:i: - and white roee* were in the I.Ire i <o n v.:scs, find rt .1 roses and car nations vv? re tbe rel r?09> iloweis. .M,mt ?;.>? i in corridor the niches were ij. ,t with i ?>?ratlv* plants, and the two l.-,'go jardinieres were filled with rhodo ? I. : irons in fill! flower (purple and pint). The Weddng Breakfast. By '-.if past 12 tii>t wedding breakfast v. '.s in full swing. It was served both In 111.? - ite nd private dining rooms. In e.rch \\.t r-: spread a buffet table as long ?is ' he din.- n- ens of the room would per mit. Ti e floral decorations of both rooms and tab!- s were similar, the vases on the manti ;s being filled with bride rosrs and f.am and -hi the table American beautj .mil bride roses alternates! in the vases. 'i'l - menu comprised both hot and cold lilshes. the usual midday coliatlrn on such ot -casioi:*?croquettes, pates, salads, assort ed sandwiches for the substantia is, with 1 ? s and cakes in hearts, bells, rings and . i i-r wedding emblems. Champagne, >-rt punch lemonade and ice water were offered in abundance. Scores of wait ? is went among the guests passing full plates, collecting empty ones and offering the sp> -ial beverage desired. There were several large cakes, from which m\ny guests took pieces away to dream on. These c.-ik- - V' re in triple tiers. decorated with ora . 1.!? ??? :-oms and had turtl- doves on top. The -ervh-e was admirable and so rapid that mi, i ? the onpany was well satisfied to rwKi "t'-r others Ions before half pi?i 1 I,'.!.. it. NoM .if the Wiiite House china or - ilvi i .' is in us>'. but instead that of | I'e loeal aterer who served t! br-.-a.fc- ! r.ist. The Music. T - orc-het tr-a of the l.'ni . >1 States M i ilne Hand William If. San'-t-lmann. leader. : :> >l i iie wedding march and played through.-lit the reception. It was to the m i" rf the Wagner grand march from Tannhauser that the bridal procession >ir?'.--ed the corridor to the eist rcom. Its . . t. ? ?? I ?? way as the servi . began and tm. .prning notes of the overture "Jubilee." vi" We", er. announced to all that the t < re morvv.as ever and congratulation- In order. 1" ? ?. ??? ? f the pi?'tram was as follows: Hill' .' Mi^ e !n,] Wedding Procession from the opera "Feramors" Rubinstein (a) Dan e of the Bayaderes, Xj. 1. M .ie-ali!. f' > i ?' ih -r ? f the I>i iiles of Kasch r.ir. i.'is:i?so tempo et Moderato con Ir otO. i i.-i ' ? ? of the Bayaderes, No. Al legro vlvac-e ofcsal. I >fi) .? eaaing I'roe.-ssion. .mcii.'Ino. Polonaise. "M litary" Chopin Wn.lt?.. "The Debutante" ?Santelinnnn S lernd' from Symphony. "Rural Wed d t.t?" Goldmirk I Fleuret'e Herbert Hungarian Rhapsody. No. 2 Liszt Ma li, ' Bri ie Elect" Sousa. Best Man and Ushers. Mr. Thomas Nelson Perklna of B avon, who was test man. Is a lawyer, and a rr.> m ber of the corporation of Harvard, where lie was a c! \ssmate and Intimate o-f the o.-ide groom, the fathers of both being friends aisa In their youth at this same college. 'Jshers?Mr. Burkner Walllngford is a K ntuckl in, a brother-in-law of the bride gl >om and has lived twenty years in Cin cinnati. lie Is president of a furnace and pig iron company. Mr. Quincy Adams Shaw, jr.. is a Har vard it.an. a member of a wealthy family. His wife was Miss I'emberton of Philadel phia. Mr Larz Anders m is a cousin of the bridegroom, son of Mrs. Nicholas And-rson of tiiis city. His .wire was Miss Isabel Per kins of Boston. Mr Guy Norman of Boston is another Harvard man and ''Ollege friend of the bri.if- t..m His wife was Miss Palfrey ot St.!em. Mass. Mr Fran-is R. Bangs is a Boston alder man. ' of Harvard, wiioS' wife was .\1 S3 Ar.ne Anderson of Boston. X l-'r. ?: k W-.throp of New York, also of Harvard, and Is of the same class as tie bridegroom. Vi- ount Churl>-.-< >1' Ciiarnbrun, brother of Count Ad -lb'-rt d>- Cii imbrun, husband of Mr Longworth'a sister. Theodore Roosevelt, jr. eldest sin o! the President and Mrs. Roosevelt. Military and Naval Aids. The military anil naval aids who assisted :.? tie A?-d ng wert : Col. C. 8. Bromwell, I", s a I.:>-ut. Comtmander A. L. Key, U. S N ; Maj. Charles L. McCawley. IT. S. M. C.; C t. A. K Harding. I". S. M. C.: Capt. Guy V Henry, l". S. A ; Capt. Dan T. Mt.-!> r s A.; Capt. F.tzhugh I>ee, Jr., I' s* A ; I ! ut 1'. 8. Grant, lid. U. S. A.; i ? I' II. Sheridan, I". S. A.; I.Ieut. ? ey Sh H-kf-.rd. C. S. N.; Krvslgn Ad t'tp-hus \ndr -ws, I". S. N.; Capt. Spencer O' lii. I' S. A : Capt A. W. Butt, U. S. A.; Lieut J. II. Poole, U. S. A. I INVITED TO WEDDING NAMES OF THOSE WHO WITNESS ED THE CEREMONY. No list of guests was furnished from tha White House, and the following one was compiled from other-?ources. It seems to have been understood that all Invited were expected, since the preparations were made with that end In view?and the guests came from various parts of the country. The spe cial designations of persons as given out were Included under the following heads, the last one alone being an undeterminable quantity: The members of the cabinet a.nd their wives, former members of the cabinet who are now In the Senate and their wives, the heads of foreign embassies and missions and their wives, the justices of the Supreme ?DING. Court and their wives. th-_> official members of the Taft party, the Ohio delegation in Congress, the New York dalpgatir n in Con gress. immediate momlx rs of both fami lies. and intimate personal friends of Miss Roosevelt and Mr. l.ongworth. The closest relatives of the bride living in Boston and vicinity are her grandfather and grandmother. Mr. ami Mrs. George i.eo of Chestnut Hill. Brookliae; Mrs. Reginald Gray, who was a sister of -Miss Roosevelt's mother: Mrs. Muniford. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Fessenden and children of Chestnut Hill. Mrs Fessenden being r.n aunt of Miss Roosevelt; Messrs. Robert, Philip an-.l Kndi cott Saltonstall of Chestnut Hill. Brook line; Mr. Francis l.ee of Salem, Miss Harri -t bee. Mr. and Mrs. John Lee, Messrs. Francis and George Peabody and Mr. John 1-awrence, Miss Alice Sargent, Miss Cornelia Waleott and Miss J try Vaughn. Those living in New York are Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Robinson, the latter a sister of tin- President; Miss Corinno Douglas Robinson, Messrs. Monroe and Stewart Douglas Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Theo dore Douglas Robinson, the former a nephew of the President, who married Miss Helen Roosevelt Roosevelt, daughter of'Mr. James Roosevelt Roosevei;, a distant cousin of the President; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin De lano Roosevelt, the latter a daughter of the late Kiliot R> jsevelt. who was the 1 'resi dent's only brother; Mr ar.d Mrs. Frederick Roosevelt, Ml", and Mrs. S. Montgomery Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs. John Ellis Roose velt. Mr. Robert B. Roosevelt, uncle of the President; Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Roose velt, jr.: Mrs. A. V. II. Kimberly. who was Miss Margaret Roosevelt; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Roosevelt. Mrs. James A. Roose velt. Mr. and Mrs. \Y. Kmlen Roosevelt. Mrs. J. West'Roosevelt, Mr.1*. Hilbonie B. Roo evelt. Miss Dorothy Q. Roosevelt, daughter of the late Hiiborne B. Roosevelt; the Misses Pansy. Gladys and Jean Roose velt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joint K. Koosevelt: .Miss Helen C. Roosevelt, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Roosevelt; Mis.s Lorraine Roosevelt, daughter aC 111 ?? late Dr. J. West Roosevelt, who is a deb'itante of tliis winter: the Misses Christine, Kean and Margaret Roosevelt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. VV. Emlen Roosevelt, and Mr. and Mrs. K. Reeve Merritt. the latter formerly a Miss Leila Roosevelt, and nearly all of New *? or!:. * Friend.-: from New York were Mrs. Astor. Co', and Mrs. John Jacob Astor, Mr. and Mrs. M. Oune Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Goelet. Mr. and Mrs. R. Fulton Cut ting, Miss Elizabeth Cutting, Mrs. Valentine Hall. Mr. and Mrs. K. Livingston Ludlow, Mr. and Mrs Lawience Waterbury, Mr. and Mrs. \Y. Forbes Morgan, jr., Mr. arid Mrs. Warren Delano, the Misses Delano. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Mall. Mr. and Mrs. W. Bayard Cutting. Mrs. Til-den R. Silmes, Mr. and Mrs R. Munro-Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. H. Coleman Drayton, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Vnnderbitt, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Ken neth Robinson. Mrs. Morgan Dix. Miss Dix, till of New Yo?k. The relatives and personal friends of Mr. Longworth from Cincinnati present includ ed his mother, Mrs. Nicholas Long worth, his sister, the Countess de ChamJjrun, Miss Anne Walker, Dr. and Mrs. Ed ward Walker, Mr. Clough Anderson, Mr. Benson Foraker, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ernst. Mr and Mrs. Charles P. Tafi. Col. and Mrs. Markhre t, Mr. William Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Neave. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harrison. Miss Anna Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. William Collins Ht rron. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon, Mr. Harry Roelker, Mis.s Roelker. Mr. and Mrs. Lueien Wulsin, Mr. and Mrs. George H Ingalls, Mr. Frank O. Suire, Mrs. Sulre, Mr. and Mrs. Jul.us Kielschmitnn and Mr. Jacdb Schmidlapp, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Webi>, Cel. ami Mrs. Brent Arnold, Brent Arnold, Jr.. Mr .and Mrs. Davis C. Anderson, Miss Rcbecca Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stem, and the following from this city: Mrs. Nicholas An derson. Mrs. I ,a r t. Anderson, Dr. Jo seph T. Anderson, the Misses Anderson, The official list irioluded the Vice presi dent and Mrs. Fairbanks, the Secetary of ; State and Mrs. Root, the Secretary of the Treasury and Mrs. Shaw, the Secretary of j War and Mrs. Tuft, the Attorney General. I ^le Postmaster General and Mrs. Cortel you. the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs Bonaparte, tlie Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Commerce and Labor and Mrs. Metcalf. the secretary to the President and Mrs. Loeb, the consul general to I.on don and Mrs. Wynne, the Austriau ambas sador and Mme. Ht>ngelmuller. the French ambassador and Mme. Jusserand. the Ger man ambassador and Baroness von Stern burg. the British ambassador and Lady Durand. the Brazilian ambassador and lime. Nabuco, the Russian ambassador and Baroness Rosen, the Mexican ambassador and Mme. Casasus. the Swedish minister, the Banish minister, the Haitian ministei and Mine. I.-^ger. tin; Costa Rlean minister and Mme. Cairo, the NIcaraguan minister, the Belgian minister and Mme. Morrcheur. the Siamese minister, the Chilean minister anl Mme. Walker-Martinez, the Portugu?s ( minister, the Cuban minister and Mifle j Quesada. the Chinese minister, the Nether- I lands minister, the Bolivian minister and Mme. Calderon. the Panama minister ami lime. Obaidia. the Guatemalan minister, the Persian minister, the Swiss minister, the Argentine minister and Mine Portela. the Colombian minister and Mme. Mendoza. the Peruvian minister artd Mme. de Pardo. the Turkish minister, the Dominican muiis ter. the Norwegian ministet*?Arffc&ne liauge. 4 f|Mr Chief Justice Fuller. Justr*fFMrs Harlan, Justice and Mrs. Brewer, Justice and Mrs. Brown, Justice and Mrs. White. Justice and Mrs. Peck ham. Justice and Mrs. McKenna, Justice and Mrs. Holmes and Justice atul Mrs. Day. -The Ohio delegation in Concu ss and ladles consisted of Senator and Mrs. Foraker, Senator Dick, Representative and Mrs. H P. Goebel, Representative R. M. Nevln, Representative H. C. Garber, Representative and Mrs. T. E. Scroggy. Representative J W. Keifer, Representative R. D. Cole, Rep resentative and Mrs. J. H. Southard. Rep resentative and Mrs. II. T. Bannon, Repre sentative and Mrs. C. H. Grosvenor. Rep resentative E. L. Taylor. Representative and Mrs. G. E. Mouser, Representative and Mrs. A. R. Webber, Representative and Airs. B. G. Dawes, Representative C. L Weems, Representative and Mrs. M. I. Smyser, Representative J. Kennedy. Representative W. A. Thomas. Representative J. A. Beldler and Representative T. E. Burton. The New York delegation Invited con sisted of Senator and Mts. Piatt. Senator and Mrs. Depew, Representative DunwelJ, Representative Charles B. Law, Representa tive and Mrs. George K. Waldo, Representa tive anJ Mr?. W. W. Calder. Representative Sulzer, Representative T. W. Bradley, Rep resentative J. II. Keteham. Representative W. H. Draper, Representative G. N. South wick. Representative L N. I.lttauer. Repre sentative F. J. 1-e Febre, Representative and Mrs. J. Van Vechten Olcott, Representative and Mrs. Herbert Parsons, Representative and Mrs. J. K. Andres, Representative and Mrs. J. S. Sherman, Representative and Mrs. Charles L. Knapp, Representative and Mrs. Michael E. Driscoll, Representative and Mrs. J. W. Dwiglit, Representative and Mrs. Sereno Payne, Representative and Mrs. J. B. Perkins. Representative and Mrs. J. Sloat Cass^tt, Representative and Mrs. De Alva S. Alexander. Repre sentative and Mrs. E. B. Vree'and, The oftlcial members of th> Taft party to the Philippines were also invited. The en tire li-t consi.-is of the governor general of the Philippine* and Mrs. Wright, Mr ajid Mrs. Lloyd C Griscom. Snitor and Mrs. Newlands. Col. and Mrs. Claren-.-e R. Edwards. Mr. Nicholas Longworth, Miss Roosevelt. Mis . McMillan, Mr. I"red- rick H. Gilletl, Mi-'j Boardman. Brig.*Gen. and Mrs Henry T. Alkn. Senator Warren. Rep resentative and Mrs. Parsons. Senator and Mrs. Nathan B. Scott. Su itor Murphy J. Foster. Senator and Mrs. Fred T. Dubois, Senator Thomas M. Patterson, S nator and Mrs. Chester 1. Long. Representative and Mrs. Sereno E. Payne, Representative and Mrs. Charles H. Grosvenor. Representa tive and Mrs. William P. Hepburne, Repre sentative and rMs. George W. Smith, Rep WE RECOMMEND APENTA THE BEST NATURAL APERIENT WATER | Bottled at.the Springs, Budapest, Hungary. A WlNEGLASSFUL A DOSE ALSO Sparkling Apenta, I IN SPLITS ONL Y, Natural Apenta Carbonated, ? A Refreshing and Pleasant Aperient for Morning I sc. DRINK WHILE EFFERVESCENT. Sole Exporters: THE A POL LINARIS CO., /.</. / t r< tentative and Mr<. David A De ArmoBil. Representative and .Mrs. W illiam A. Jor:-s. Representative and Mrs. Henry A. Cooi>er. Representative and Mrs. Charles Cue's. Representative and Mrs. O? orge Kdrn . ! Foss, Representative and Mrs. Ebe-ii 7. 1 Hill. Representative and Mrs. T ? 1 1 Otjen, Representative and Mr< William M Howard. Representative and Mrs. MFhael K. Drlscoll, Representative and Mrs Charles F. Scott. Representative Arlosto A. Wiley. Representative and Mrs. George A. loud. Representative SwaR.it' Slierley, Mi - Sherley. Representative Newton W flt! l.ert. Representative and Mrs l>uncan I*. McKlnley, Representative William H. M> - Kinley. Representative \V Bourke Cochran. Mr. William S Reyhurn. Mr. Ernest G Stillman, New York city; Mr. Fred E. Warren, Cheyenne. Wyo.; Mr. Rogers K. Wetmore. Mr. Fred W. Carpenter, Mi ard Mrs. W. R. Pedigo, Mr. Hurr Melntosn, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Tasker II Bliss. Ma nila; Capt. and Mrs. J. K. Thompson, Ma nila; Capt. and Mrs William Kelly, jr.. West Point; Mr. It. dough Anderson. Cin cinnati; Mr. Thomas Cary. Buffalo; Mr Louis Chapin, Chi'ago; Mr. Charles Clark. Hartford; Miss Clark, Hartford, Conn.; Mr. Ward E. Copley. Detroit. Mich.; Pr..f Archibald C. Coolldge. Cambridge. Mass . Miss Mignon Crltten. Crymes Hill, Staten Island; Mr. Stuyvesant Fish, Jr. New Yoik: Mr. Francis W. Frost. New York city. Mr. and Mis. Emlle Godchaux. New Or leans; Col. James D. Hill, New Orleans; Mr. Richard B. Hobart. Camhrii Mass.; Mr. Allen G. Hoyt. New York ? y; Mr Charles T Jobes. Kansas City. I ? ; Mr William J. Johnston. New I?(k city: Mr. Jake 8cHmidlapl>. Cincinnati; M: Sehmld lapp. Cincinnati; Prof. Arthur li Woods. Groton. Mass.; Mr. Harry F. W o.is, fin cinnati. and Mr. Lafe Young. The list of personal friends of the bride and bridegroom included many names In the above group, but some others known to be present were Senator Heinln way. Miss Heminwav. Mr. and Mrs. Medill McCormlck. Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Richardson, Senator and Mrs. Elklns. Miss Elklns. Senator and Mrs. Spooner. Mr. and Mrs. John R. MeLea^i, Mr. Edward Beale McLean. Mrs. Nellie Grant Sartorls, Senator and Mrs. Lodge, Mrs. Don Came ron, Miss Cameron ami their guest. Miss Hoyt of New York. Mrs. and Miss Satterlee. wife and daugh ter of Bishop Satterlee; former Secretary and Mrs. Paul Morton. Miss Morton. Ad miral Dewey, Rear Admiral Ludlow. Sen ator and Mrs. Lodge. Senator and Mrs. Cu! J >m. and Mrc. U.i:? S? t .?? ! Mis. Aldrich, Senator \ . ?n, Sf > I'? <ridp<\ S*Mir>t(?r and Mrs M? -monw;iy?. S? i a tor Kean. Mrs. K?"ni and Ml?s K?*?- 8?-t - ator and Mrs Elfins and Mi - K erlM Klkir.s. Senator and M; Proctor. 8?-: atof and Mrs. Toller. latoi ;?nd Mrs Wet more. Senator -and Mrs Nathan H. i-' Representative and Mrs. Mill. Ilepr< ->?*t ?'*? tive and Mrs. Mull. the Hpeaker of n ? House of Repreventalives and Miss Cannon. Surgeon General and Mr-- Rlx*y. R?pi? s? t> tatlve and Mrs?. Ilixey. Mr. and Mrs. I t Montagna. Representative and Mrs Richard Wayne Parker. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mac Veajfli and Miss MacYeatfh, ex-Set r? :ary of the Navy and Mrs. William J* Chandler. ex-Secretary of the Treasury I.yman .1 Uage, vx -Postmaster Oeneral and Mrs. Charles Emory Smith. Mi and Mrs. t *Kdet\ Mills. Mr hnd Mrs. Jamei llarrlman. Mr ami .\lr>. .1 Mublev Asht'*n and Mr. and Mrs Clarence Wilson. BEAUTIFUL TOILETS IN KEEPING WITH IMPORTANCE OF THE OCCASION Tile toilets worn new in keeping with the historic lmi>or:an<-e <if the occasion. A? far a? the Now York and Ohio relatives of tho bride and groom were concerned, It may lie said that each costume was worn for the first time today. The modern taste for jewels, especially in colored gems, gtvn great scope to their fortunate owners In carrying out perfect color schemes In dresses, !iat? and ornaments. An an Indi cation. too, of the advance fashions of th? spring it was the most gorgeous exposition possible. The members of the President'* household wore no hats. but all other gues -< came in visiting toilets. Mrs. William 8. Cowles. slstci of tli?l President, wore sapphire blue satin, trim med with bands of velvet the sime shad. The transparent yoke and collar were of point de Venice lace, the sleeves being el bow length and finished with lace ruffles Mis. Douglas Kr'.ilnson, sister of tiii President, a reseda velvet, bands of -ah:* (<"011 ?. <? . I' ?