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!| B. RICH'S SONS.
| "If they're Rich's shoes they're prope10." Ten-one I St., Cor. Tenth. . r.mire I'uilding. Store ( loses at 5:30-? Saturdays at 5. Do not delay if you ! are intending taking advantage off Rich's Sem5=ainiiniyal n?<1 j o iKedliictDon Slho? Sale? . I ho best bargains are he- j ing rapidly "snapped up" by econ<iinical buvers. and naturally enough there must j be an cml to the sale. W e ve gone over the stock ! again more carefully and > i discriminatingly than ever, ||| and the "fuel which we have added to the tlrime gives I a new interest to the sale. All the odd lots, broken sizes, incomplete assortments. slightly soiled, faded and shopworn footwear, and all those lines of footwear which we intend to discontinue showing after this season?for men. women, i|[ misses, boys and children? II are heintr offered at a saviner 1" - <-? # ? of trom 50c to $2 a pair. There's no question of the wtitth and reliability of any of the footwear in this offering. It all bears Rich'3 II name, and that is a truar antcc of satisfaction. Test the efficacy of our mail order department. We !; assure those who live or who are visiting out of :j town perfect satisfaction. B. Rich's Sons, Ten-one F St., Cor. ioth. 'yfnterior Decorating of Artistic Merit - Your horn# will be decorated artist rally and with food taste wben tl J L I'atntlng and Papertiatiglng are done 1 mtt Olad to submit an estimate i suy time. Oil RT"ir Painter. 1T2T 7th st. n.t IT IL?ii U U 9 PaperljanKer. Thone X. 4123 CAFFIRY Speeding Buggy?\'ery Svvel Trimmed In b*?t bltw* cloth. Best r ' . tires, a pedal feature le ^ n n i - vtl axle. Spa- || T. E, Young, n-" Trend of Fashion. From r>r?f?3. If at any time In the year the wheel < f.nhl 'ii pauses an Instant In lta turning, is j it at this season of midsummer. wh< e i- iw is bent on relaxation and enjo; it ! and too busy and too much interest! In displaying present modes to their be advantage to be seriously concerned wt v at even t'ae immediate future may ha* In store for them. If one o!ia?-rve closely, however, the IIrV a:ry August creations, he -will find many n<-w not* that to ti>e Initiated is Indlcatl' of fail modes. Klrst there is the coli arlieme. I-nens, batistes, tnousseline lawns, ami all of the other typically war; weather materials wrieh have burst fort iiwiii uiu irti'sc impfiriauons or trio i* rent o i iri r s .r; st:nsilng creations are ! guilt* a u^'a range of colors. Topaz, am? tlivst. a r!;i:n beautiful purple, known i *- ' \ several shades of blue in whic bit ..11 tonfs are indescribably blende? T1.two novel browns, one wit a i : sh ' the other glinting go! tt.'. l r z . an atmospheric gray which f\ ! -aut'ful ill the new isinool clotfis designed for early fall wear thn t . .i.?- in tiiv diaphanous fabric in whi t . r?- now shuw.i, and lastly, a" whi lam lv. tir.ii.-tl with coral, are of thtse! nr as they r.r?' all of them of the soft unaj gr? v* ve ord? r and generally becoming, !$ a fort^on- onclusion that their pop' l*rlty will K well established by the fir O't : ^r days \\ ,!':e 1:' .-orr.e of the new des'gns cor t?lr .rs.n* >f f.?-jr and five colors are show In ' . :r ?*onstruction, the two-tone and tw *?? ts ure more coiisp>uous. It ?, ^ i - f. to add the trilling touch 4 ?tif-?sr that often goe> so far in givli c :n . ' ! t ? a costume, but this wholesa i . - .u : rs is entirely out of the ru' r.ir;-; f t fashions for early fall. ! f t com; nations take exclusively tl form of liumony, rati" r than contrast. Where Men and Women Differ. F hance r i * sexes differ in a pood mar wax*, lmt one umnut help noticing, espi cially now that the h?li<lay season is con me?. n:g and churns are going away t< gather. h??w differently men and worn* treat their friends A man goes on his ow wa> serenely; if the other man wishes <r > T e sajce thing he does it with him; 1 !: it ion. however. leads in ar.other dire t' #n h?- follows it. and both are happy, n tak rg or giving offense. \ woman, on the other hand, who go away or visits another. always fee's th the Is not doing her duty unless she Is w! 1 er friend the whole day. They, as Is p not reflnedly. perhaps, but still expresslv ly, live In eai-h other's pockots," a t' > nh the pursuits of one may qui anterior to those of tho other, still th ri-'jst share them, no matter how unhap cum or both may l>e. l! " it nice fee'lns of course, to kn< t' hi a friend Is willing to forego her 01 ji!re In order to be with you It K'hjiI an^l loyal to stick to one another, u Possibly women fret to know each othi mil. Indeed, the characteristics of thi men folk far letter than do these sai men Nevertheless, our kindness, devotl anil lovaltjr must he tempered with disci Hon if we are to be happy and make oth? comfortable, it Is not always the mi p>?stijg method never to l>e free from cj person, no matter how nice. Kven hi hamls and wives discover this, and a pleased to k>> their own way occasional how much more likely then Is It tl: > friends are better sometimes apart, sa Woman's I,!fe. Go separate paths now a then, and you will come back freeh to ea orfce-, tls good advice, and worth folio In* whether you are away for a holiday mfr? > the k **si or hostess in a house THE engagements last week werf really the features of the socla news. The couples best knnwr here are Miss Klizabeth Lanlei Dunn and Mr. Sydney Buford jr.. of Richmond, and Miss Virginia l*e? and I.ieut Joi n ?'arter Montgomery of the Tth Cavalry. Miss Dunn will be a bride ol the coming autumn, and the wedding daj for Miss l*ee will be announced shortly. At the marriage of Miss Hester Reilly 1 daughter of the late Capt. Reilly and Mrs Henry J. Reilly. to Lieut. John Hammond, I'nited States Army, in Chicago, during th< early part of October, tiie F>rid" will be attended by Miss Margaret Reilly. lit-r sister j as m.iid of honor, and the following brides maids: Miss Agnes Booth, Miss Virginia Chandler. Miss Bessie Smith, Miss Mabe Dick. Miss Margaret Brown and Miss Mar) Rem y. daughter of Admiral RemeJ- ol this city. Miss Rr-llly madi' hpr dahut at s j. large reception given at Rausclier's twc I s' asi'ns ngo. and was a great favorite here I.ati ly Mrs. Reilly and her daughters have j been living in Chic.tgo. Mrs. Elizabeth Stauffer Moore and hei I daughter. Miss Irene KMaabeth Moore. ha\*t returned to their home al Oreensburg. Pa. after a trip around the world. It will b* t)iov ipft hpic last fall for the 1 Journey, which lias been full of interesting oxp-rienc.-s. Mrs. and .Miss Moore wil spend the next two months at Greensburg I but it will be pleasant news for their wldt circle of friends here to know that thej contemplate returning to tills city for tlu winter. Great social interest will naturally sur. round Senator and Mrs. Beverldge whet I they rettirn to this country after theii honeymoon journey abroad. Their weddinf ! the past week at the T'nlted States em bassy in Berlin was auenneu oy uie i ; relatives of the bri'de. her parents, hei I brother and sister-in-law. several persona j friends of the senator and their mutua | acquaintances in the American embasss J staffs at Berlin and Vienna. Mr. and Mrs Augustus X. Eddy and their daughter speni j last winter in this city and extended an al | ready large acquaintance at the capital i Mis? Eddy's debut was made at the Chi j cago home of the family four or five yean j ago She will inherit a very large fortune Before leaving for Europe Senator Bev ' >t, / >*: ?' ' ? ' n ' :h in h te i,l i erivlee leased a handsome house In Indiar s. aj?o:!s, go yjat at least a home resldenc It ! stands ready for its new mistress, u- | ilrs. Beveridge is described as a woma st of great charm. She Is tall, slender an I graceful; a linguist of marked ability, lit n- great wea'tn of golden hair makes her ,-n striking rtgure. Slie also wears it in a wa u- to attract attention. In heavy braids twine is about the crown of her head. She was edi of ' cate<! in this country, but lias spent niuc jg l of her life abroad. ' Mr. Harry K. Chandhe. a patent attoi ney of this city. and Mfss Mabel Hurs 10 ! daughter of Mrs. Katura M. Hurst, also ( . this city, were married at o'clock jestei da) afternoon in the parlors or tli*? rounur Methodist Kptecopal Church ti> the paste K<-v. Robert \I. Mooru. The ceremony via iy Informal and was witnessed only by 11 Immediate re!ati\'-s and a few close fiienc of the bride and groom The bride was a tended by Miss Munroe and tho groom b >- Mr. Donald A. Craig. n The couple left for Ocean View. Va.. o rn a Norfolk steamer Immediately after tfc , ceremony. ? %*!? tr?i? r Mrs. J M. Yznaga aim jum ?.!< . .. c- Moore are spending some weeks at Bsdfor ut Springs. Pa. Mr. H. K. Fulton and Mr. Horace M. Fu fts ton are spending the month of August f at th-- Madoekawando Inn. Heron island. Mi Mrs. Potter Palmer, who maintained hi usual Importance throughout the Londc season, entertaining both the British ar ud Amertcaa no tables, will sail for this eoui te try the lost of September, and Is expected ev spend the coming winter In her Chicaf pi. homt'. (Jen. Grant, who will be In con roand of tho Department of tho Lakes, ar (w. Mrs. Grant. who Is a sister of Mrs. Palme vn will also l>e in Chicago considerably for t) (s next year Mr and Mrs. Samuel G. Blytha of th 5.lr | city and their son. Stuart sailed lasrt Thur I day for Europts on the Baltic for a stay i r?n I several months. (rs Amonst Washingtonlans occupying co (St ta^es at Millboro, In the AUeghenles. a ,ne Col and Mrs. O. O Stealey and daughte 15>. Miss Willie; Commander Robert I'latt. U. Lre N.. and Miss Harriet Piatt and Mr. ai iy; Mrs. P. V. HtGnvw. lat ,vs Mrs. Theodore P Slionts since goii nd abroad has been suffering greatly. It eh said, from a diseased nerve in her fot, wtili w- has permitted her to go about but seldoi or She was obliged to submit to an operatli while In Paiia, but. happily, recovered n > I flcientlv to tak'- part In the closing g-ayetles I ! of the London season. In which her relative. Mrs jarnpjT McDonald. snono pre-eminpntiy ' iib li Mr. Munroe So linger has gone to Blue| mont, Va . for a month's stay. M isses Miliitj and Lillie Oettluger ^re E spending a few weeks in Bluemont. Va. Miss L. Scott is at Colonial Beach for a l*ti weeks' stay. Mrs. Estelle McKenna and daughter have gone to West River for a stay of several months. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Carr have gone to Atlantic City. They are registered a! the Albemarle, and they expect to remain there until early in September. Their daughters, i Mis.-i'S Edna, and Jess;.' Carr. are spending the summer at Hillboro, Dorchester coun' ty. lid. f Rev. Dr. Abram Simon. Mrs. Simon and t children have returned to town from a ( three weeks' stay at Atlantic City. Rev. Edward Slater Vunlap of St. John's Episcopal Church at .S o'clock on the evening of August !> united in marriage Mr. ' George Huston Ott of Harrisonburg. Va, . and Miss Ollie Kichard Haisey of Tuscumbia. Ala. The ceremony was performed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. \V. Starratt on S street and was witnessed by a small party of friends. The bride wore her trav; ellng costume and carried a shower bouquet ; of Bride roses. She was attended by her 1 sister. Miss Benliam Halsey of Tuscumbia. Mrs. Ott Is a beautiful young woman with 5 considerable artistic talent. Mr. Ott Is a member of a prominent business firm of * Harrisonburg, which place will be the future home of the?coup!e. Mr. and Mrs Charles F. Crane are spend lug August at the Pilmhlmmon, Ocean City, i Md. r Mr nnr! Vf rs Nilllle l.rtft'is and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. I^uck^tt are at the Mount Pleasant, Ocean City, Md.. for the month of August. The following Washlngtonians are spendin the summer at Hideaway, Georgetown. Cecil county, Md.: Mrs. C H. Arraes and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Armes and daughter. Mr. Frank Claudy, Mr. Harry Claudy. wife and son: Miss Cook, Miss Bessie Crogan, the Mlss?s Householder. Mrs Thaddeus M. Jones and daughter, Mr. Edward H. I/?w!s. Mrs. Muitchler and son. Mr Ft. S Tower and wife, Mrs. rfn K' xKi^^- -4? ^^^?&<S9Klm^HK3Hfl^Hraal^^Hc * i *" i ^mmili'tHu; i~ '"'' I'liTi^^^^w^^KMBTWl j^K > ibi^Ad'ai'i' ill '^il1 njiBBp^n^FiMBr^^TT^aa^^B **Pr 't * r ^ *?g?fe %JM&* > >, i .aiSatW^^> :;y . vi|:L-# $?lr*-**f < y*' S; 5fs* - MRS. AX.BERT J. BEVERIDQE. i- H. C. Pierce, Miss Mary Piofce, Mr. C. B. e Phelps, Mr L. M. Richardson. Mr. J. B. Smith, Mr. Chester H. Smith. Miss Clara L.. n Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Smith aid famd ily, Mrs. John L.. StoJder. Mrs. Carl Stodr der and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton, a -?. y Miss Edith Dee \\'ondw,ird of 14 S street d northwest is at Chautauqua, N. Y., where I- she is the Kuest of her friend. Miss Ruth h Baiter, daughter of Rev. I>r. Baker, forif a# Pa hut nnxv nastnr of the new Lutheran Church, corner Rhode Island r- avenue and North Capitol street. Dr. Baker t, has been a summer resident of Chautauqua >f for a quarter of a century. y Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Pumphrey, r. daughter Virginia and sons Ixiris and ElLa roy leave tills afternoon for St. Georgo Ialand, where they expect to spend the rela mainlng weeks In August. iy The arrival of Mra. George von L. Meyer and the Misses Meyer In the Adirondack! n 'last week was the signal for many courtesies heine extended them. Owing to their recent Illness neither Mrs. Meyer nor hei daughters have been doing much socially. They are pleasantly established at Under>(j cliff, on the shores of Lake Placid, one ol the most fashionable of the resorts In that vicinity. The Duke and Duchess d'Arcoa, the latter formerly Miss Lowery of this city, have purchased in Rome the villa formerly occu r pled by the Myers, who dispensed such a in fine hospitality. id Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lyon are vtsltln* in Indianapolis, and later will take a trip co through the great lakes. Miss Reita Wolferman of Streator. 111., who has been visiting in Far Rockawajr, T' L. I., as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Isadoro ,e Saks, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sidney- H. Relzensteln to Atlantic City. |g g_ Mr and Mrs. Eml'e Berlinei and children, I who have been ?broad alnce June, are now enjoying a stay In St. Morltz, Switzerland, for several weeks Before returning home late in October they will visit Italy. re T Miss Sadie Rreslau has returned from m g' two weeks' stay In Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barclay, formerly of 150 W 6treet. are now residing In their new home, MHO 8th ?treet northwest. IK Is Miss Ruth Emnr. daughter of the late h Matthew O. Emery. Jr.. and granddaughter m. of ex-Mayor Emery of this city, was mar:>n rled In Norfolk. Va., last Tuesday to Enit t>4jn Horace C. Laird, U. 8. N. The wed TY ding took place at the home of Lieut. Com- | mander C P. Shaw, U. S. X., stepfather of Miss Em^ry. amid tropical flowers and p'ants. The bride wore her mother's wedcttrtjr drr?ss. and was attended by Miss Laird as maid of honor. Midshipman Russeil C. Crenshaw. I'. S X.. was best man. Rev. YV. H. Laird of Warrenton was the officiating clergyman. After the wedding trip Mr. and Mrs. j Laird will go to Newport. Mr. Laird being ! on duty on the Virginia of the North At- j lantic squadron. Among the Washing- j tonians present were Miss M. A. Emery. \ Mr and Mrs. W. V. COX. Miss Hazel COX. ? -?- ? t u j ^ - * > o tiH \f r<s ! I Lmtfl J' V I'A, 1 liruu<7ic V UA, ?^> I Ui>v> ?? - . B. G. Pool, the Misses Pool. Mrs. A. I. Johnson, Miss Fox, Admiral and Mrs. Harrington. the Misses Harrington. I>ieut | Woodward and *'apt. Jacob, I'. S. M. C. Mrs. T.aird was born in Washington. and ; here spent her early life. She Is a grud- i uate of the Cathedral School, and has many J I friends and relatives in the city. Mrs. Ftertha Ooblenzer and th? Misses ' Elsa and Lillian CoWenaer, who sailed for j abroad this summer, were recently In Paris. I Mrs. Max Weyl and family will s[>end the next four weeks near Galthersburg, Md. j Mrs. Addie Slginund and Miss Tlllle Raff I are spending some time near Gaitliers uurg, mu. Mr. ami Mrs. Sol Minster and daughter Dorothy are in Atlantic City to spend several weeks. Miss Berdle Steiner is in Atlantic City, a guest at the Hotel Oriental. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Rejzenstein are In Atlantic City. Mrs. Roizenstein has been at Far Rockaway, L. X., for the past month, as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Isadore Saks. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Fishel, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ganss and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kafka make up a Jolly party that leave town today for Atlantic City and New York, to remain ten days. Miss Natalie Mayer returned to town Wednesday after a dellghtftil visit of three weeks In Arverne, L.. I., as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Storsch, who have a cottage at that resort. Mr. Howard Siffmund hfts returned from a two weeks' trip north and Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Levi of Sumter, S. C\. are the guests of Mrs. Levi's parents. Mr. wi n mm. ' : J and Mrs. Max Cohen of 1971 BUtmore street. Miss Clara Price Is visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shire, at their cottage at Cedarhurst, L. I. Mrs. Henry Strauss of U street Is In Arverne, L.. I., the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Bernard. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mayer of 8 street are at the Blue Mountain House, Blue Mountain, Md. Mr. Fulton Brylawskl and Mr. Isaac Haas left town the early part of the week for Atlantic City. Mr. Jerome Lyon Is the guest of hla sister, Mrs. Carrde Berwanger, for two weeks. Mrs. I. Flelschman and daughter Rena . will nppnd three w.ieks In the mountains of , North Carolina, visiting at Tarboro, after a visit at tlie exposition, wnere tney were accompanied by Mr. Flelscii niaji and Mr. Simon Kleischman. Mr. I. Giasar gave a st&g dinner at one of the suburban resorts last week aa a farewell to a number of his friends before taking up his new position In Baltimore. About ftrteen men were In the party, and during the evening presented Mr. Glased , with a silver tea service... Mrs. Caroline Stlebel of 18th street sailed for this country on Wednesday on the steamer Crown Prlnaessen Cecelia, after a visit of six weeks. Mrs. E. Woof of T street is In Woonsocket. R I., the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Strletal. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lyon are In Indianapolis, Ind., the guests of the tatter's father, Mr. Klrschbaum. Miss Clara Strauss is spending some time In Harpers Ferry, W. Va. Mr. O. Karger has Joined his family In Cincinnati, Ohio, where they are spending the summer. Miss Malvlne Woog has returned to town from a lengthy visit in Woonsocket. R. L, wnero sue visneu nci bioici emu ltuniiy. Mr. Lawrence I. Nordllnger is spending some time at Fellows Cottage. Kast Falls Chureh. Mr. Benjamin Frank with his sons, Nathan, Sidney and Joseph Frank of Baltimore, were in town the early part ot the | j '$ eoe t * I , I ? ' Long Coa. t new modeiis ? ;j: and Oxford in | $22. Excepti S or motoring i* ? V i t * ? & It $25 TaiSored Coa ; * $4? White Serge | :[: >; -5? Rajah Coat S | $40 Biine Serge S ?28 Lmera Suits. J V I !;!; $32 Covert Jacike ; l $20 Taffeta and y s>?? kravenette * $25 Taffeta Long t I S X $8 Pieated Pan | $32 Fancy Pleat | $4 Tailored Tub X $18 Tailored Taf | $118 French Vonle IX Ounr entire re |t . tafSored styles r X excellent opuort ? y I week to attend the twenty-first anniversary dinner of Mr. Nathan Frank Monday night. The Phoenix Club tug party has been postponed until Sunday. August 18. Mr. J. Sondhelmer and daughters. Teckla and Hortense, are In Asbury Park. N. J. Mlas Flora Ganse of P street, who has Deen visiting jwiss iranian mums ai Arverne, L. I., returned to the city Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Abo Cohn and daughter. Louise, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldsmith of Calvert street, returned to their home in Pittsburg, Pa.. Monday night. Miss Florence Katherine Miller Townsend. daughter of L. Lltvx>ln Townsend of this city, is expected to return in September from a trip to Bar Harbor, the White MISS FLORENCE ? Mountains and other northern summer resorts. Mlsa Townsend Is weir known and a favorite with the younger set In local OVCICLJ. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Wolf and son William left town Sunday last for the Blue Mountain House. Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. A. Brylanski of Calvert Btreet hare aa their guest Miss Blank of *"?*- J 1 - J rUHOUCipiua. Mr. Jacob Elsenmann and daughter, Blanche, have returned to town from Atlantic City. Mr. Rudolph Behrend was tendered a surprise supper In honor of his birthday Monday night at one of the suburban resorts. In the Jolly party were Mr. and JJbHipsbort Tirn />? t-^r- ~ A inc uuitK OA KM E NT SHUT i TO 614 ELEVENTH 5TREE* Extra Special, . $8,75. is of genmrae "Priestley" c*< iuitable far faH wear or press - .. m Tf*. r. -?* i alill sizes. Kegianar prices, j ionai valine. Very suitable ?: purposes. After=I inventory ^lussuu siunwc. Suit Department. t Suits. Suits. uits. uits Coat Department. ts. Fomigee -Wraps Raincoats . Coats. . Skirt Department. ama Skirts .. ed Skirts. Skirts. feta Skirts Skirt? Waist Department. maiming stock of daiimty Sioj educed to about orae=!haSf reg unity to lay nra a supply for fi 69c for $11.25 qualitiies. $11.29 for $2.00 qualities. n /f^e? _ <<r* -d ^/fT\ n 2 ? ipii.ys iiur quantities. ^w8w8wW><8w8wSwW,Cw3m8> Mrs. Rudolph Behrend. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. 1 Nordlinger. Mr. L.outse Eiseman. Mr. and ? Mrs. Meyer Nordlinger and Mr. Ben Nord- i I ( n ? ?, . 1 11 ugn . a Mr. Stanley Garner, formerly of this ' city, arrived from h!s home In Newport I News during the week, and is the gtR-st of his grandmother, Mrs. N. Peyser. Mr. Ed^ar R^hrend has been spending ( the week at the Jamestown exposition. ? ' ( Miss Florence Hugensteln has returned to town from Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nixon will sail for Europe shortly, where they will join Mrs. Nixon's mother, Mrs. J. N. Dolph, wife of the late Senator Dolph, who la now visiting in Paris. State Senator and Mrs. Russell Eukens, the latter formerly Miss Emma Mullan of this city, have arrived on the Pacific coast and are staying at the Lukcns fine coun y:>t ^'Hefe'j^^roH^tofic :<f^^55'^^^^ ::;>iiSSK^^:?vWrjMf I I W C. M. TOWNSEND. try home la Siskiyou county. They will be at their Oakland home later. Since their marriage la this city, June 18. tU? couple lias traveled extensively In the B north and west. ^ Last week in Seattle, Mr. and Mr*, t Frank W. Baker gave a reception in eohipliment to Judge Richard BaHlngdr and Mrs. Balllnger, who will leave the west H next month for this city. J Mrs. Baker waa assisted In receiving by v her sister. Miss Godfrey, and her niece, a Miss Urso Yorks of Washington, D. 0.. who is visiting her for the summer. Others supplementing the duties of the hostess jj were Mrs. Ernest B. Hussey, Mrs. Charles ^ H. Black. Mrs. Frank D. Black. Mrs. John 0 W. Roberts and Mrs. W. T. Whitney. g Punch was served in the hall by Mrs. Charles S. Wills, Mrs. F. O. Johnston, :-v*-x-v W"X"K">v' ' f % t I ! ! ? . | 1 ! kvenette, in X nt use. Tan & ?~?"2TS fliTOirii ' . [>r traveling | I ! I y $110.00 I $25.00 f $ B 9.75 $ / $I3>.75 :|: $9.75 I SS.dM> | . SI 11.75 ;!: $8.75 $114.75 ? $3.95 X $6.75 $ 32.90 | $22^ ) ? ?n fn> (fMi X m w ?? o " V?W X * ' ? x genie and pEaim idlar prices. Am ? ail. | f t ' v I Miss Corey, Miss Maltland. Miss Knlttle ind Miss Hammond. In addition to the spacious interior of the home, the two argo porches, ndorned with flowers and rreuns and hnnz with Tnnun..?.. i ? were used for the accommodation of the arge party present. WhUe Representative and Mrs. Longworth were In San Francisco previous to 'ailing- for Honolulu two leading matrons. Mrs. Eleanor Martin and Mrs. Rudolph Spreckli s, called, each with a view to Offering hospitality to the eastern visitors. Their call happening at the same time Interrupted a little tea party which the t . Longwortlis were enjoying with Miss Pthel Rarrymore and Senator Newlands The proposition was made that a JoJnt reception be given, and the result to hoth the hostesses proved most satisfying. The affair was given at Mrs. Martin's residence, took the form of a dinner with covers for fifty-four guests, and was followed by a vaudeville performance In the library at 11 o'clock Mrs. LtOCWW Of til's gown was an exquisite one of champagne tinted chiffon elaborated with laoe. Her jewels consisted of a diamond necklace, a diamond star in lier coiffure, and her ear- x rings, a fad which slw was one of the first to revive, were of pearls, oriental 1n their richness and size. The comfng of Prince William of Sweden to Newport is said to be the cause of rrouch heartburning at that fashionable resort. f When Prince Henry of Prussia came over '.here was a fierce rivalry for the privilege it entertaining him. Prince William iV> not , so t>Ur a catch, but lie is the bigg. .it of the season. Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, who led n the entertaining of the former, is to i?vo jju tittjiu, wiiii mo latter. It has a I eady been arranged that he shall bo er:ertalr.ed by Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish. Mrs Ii. r. Berwlnd and Mrs. Ogdea Mills Mrs. VIllls, who was a Miss Livingston, Is one >f the best known New York hostess s. ler two daughters Gladys and Beatrice are food friends of the daughter of the J'r< -ilent?Mrs. Ix>njjworth. The print*- will ur iVe at the Jamestown exposition August ind aft?r a few days of entertaining th< *"111 sail for Newport. Later . t Vew York. # Gov. and Mrs. Hoke Sm'th have alr> 1 1 y sstabllshed a standard of hospitality at ' ? nanslon In Atlanta. Last w. k .* rg* -t ioci'al event was a reeei>tfon for Miss Katharine Miller of Macon and Miss l.aura handler of Decatur, who ar. guests of Miss 5mdth, tlie debutante daughi-r of the house. The affair was a sort of midsummer night festival, with bright groups of young people, lellclous, dreamy music, and hundreds of Iwinklfng lights over lawn and house. Only ;he young unmarried members of society md the unmarried members ?.f the leg-lsla :ure were invited to meet the voung guests if honor. Despite the t>an that the governor * ind hiswife have laid upon elaborate dreys- / ng at their midsumtfler entertalnn>etit8 at he manefon, many beautiful gowns were >een, though, to bo sure, they were all of lght; cobwebby texture and eminently sultitole for a hot night. The marriage Oif Miss I-aura B. Hutctvln- ' ion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James I. ? iutchlnson of Forrestville, Md.. to Mr larry O. Bwlng, formerly of Kentueky, ook place last Wednesday evening at Christ Church. O street southeast. the Kev Arthur 3. Johns officiating. Relatives of the bride's amlly were the only witnesses. The brlifs K-oro a cream flannel tailor- made suit, :roam lace waist and a lurge picture hat of prtiita wit h light blue trimmings After August 14 Mr. arid Mrs. Rwi'ng will be at :he4r home. f>0 New York avenue northwest. ? Mrs Charles \V. Russell? wife of \sslst mt Attorney General Charles W f: i?s*U. iftor vIMUn*? her son, John Mo?by Hi.nn'sll, * yho Is located In New York, ha* be?n rpendlngr some time at New- Rochelle, n. r. Miss Lucy Virginia Russell Is with her nother. They will visit other points of Inerest and later on Join friends In Virginia. Misses Laura and Lillian Wade. Miss Nolle J.ioloson, JKu Grace Jofinson and M s# fettj'6 Arundell are spending a delightful acerflon as the guests of Mrs. Mary Henry t CoJonifcl Beach, Va. Mr. end Mrs. E- D. Gray ?f MlnneapolU a.ve announced the engagement of thotr aughter, Callwta G.. and Harry A. Biller f thl? city. The wedding will take pla^e In September * At the marriage last w<eek at Urban*, I >