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;-v "'f9v THE, WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5,' 1915; 11 1 l News Notes and Gossip of Washington Smart Set Many Entertainments Are " Planned by the Leaders of Sociity in Washington. Gossip of Hostesses. One of tho most brilliant audiences oft the season wilt gather at the Na-J tlonal Theater this afternoon to hear Oscar Scagla In rcrltul and to witness the professional debut of two talented artists, Mrs. Franklin Townend, known professionally as Ilyth Klngbury Town rend, nnd Mary Carlisle Howe, who In privato Tlte Is Mrs. Walter llruco Howe. Mrs, Townsend Is the guest of her undo and aunt, Mr. and Mr. Lawrence Townsend, who urc entertaining a housu paity in honor of the occasion. Amonif their guests nro Mr. Scaelc, Mrs. John B. Thayer, of Philadelphia, who coma to Washington especially to attend Mrs. Townsend's debut; Miss Yvonne Townsrtnri, who expects to spend morst of the winter studying art In Jev Tork, and Lieut. Lawienoe Townscnd. no won duty In Baltimore. Mrs. Thayer lit bo n guoat of Colonel RayDand. mil Ury attache of the Argentine embassy, and Madame llaybaud, in tho box whlcs they havo takon for tho alternoon and tho rest of the party will bo seated In the house. Mm. Howe, who Is the daughter of Mrs. Calderon Carlisle and tho .wife of a prominent young attorney of Wash ington, has nover appeared before on tho concert stage, although she Is well known as a pianist who has given charming recitals nt private houses, and iocl.lv is looklnir forward to her pro- sionai aeout wun ktxki uhkicbw Is ono of the most popular young na CI. Auli-brook, at her summer cottpe at Jlnni'sauam, N J., and was at Ilarnocat Bay for several weeks. Piie will tssume her philanthropic activ ities and her work for the D. A. 1(. till, winter. The New Hampshire Association will meet November t at o'clock at the parlors of the W. C. T. U., 52 Sixth street. Important business will bo discussed. Mr. and Mrs.'0. W. Slocum and Mr. A. B. Hlocum, who are motoring from their home at Milton, Pa., to Phila delphia, are spending a few Jays here en route and are stopping at the Wlllard. Mrs. John K. Shields, wife of Sen Items of Interest and Impor tance of Past, Present, and Future Among Official and Fashionable Folk. aWy were guests nt tho luncheon oi ir, ana Mrs. Nnnoieon u. Ifnllv. nt Philadelphia, yesterday, In the green room at the WllUrd, where Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are spending a few days Miss -Ada Louisa Hlnser) daughter of ! una rs. i-, o. mnier, nas return fl 1(1 Wl.hlnvtAn all.p u.n.1l Mtf. ator Bhlelds, will send out Invitations I eral delightful months with her ststef fcf fssitrona In Waahlncton. a talented an cultivated musician. Mrs. Howe's mother, Mrs. Calderon Carlisle, Is now In New York, and the box which she has taken for this series of concerts will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carlisle. They will have Mr. Howe among their guests. Thit nv. V. Ward Denvs and Mrs. Oenys will cntcrUln a. box party, bav ins imnm tlielr tfucsts Mr. and Mrs. John S. Blair, Miss Denys, and iiilss Gwendolyn Dcnys. Mrs. Charles Graves Matthews will Have ss ner guests Mrs, Rdwarri T. Pnrrhnr. MIsh Malale Par. Cher, Mrs. Charles Howry, and Capt. and Mrs. Etiwaru rcvcreu uapenan, and among the other box holders are Mr. and Mrs. Qlbson Fabnestock, and Miss Laura Harlan. Mrs. w nam F, Draper and Miss Margaret Draper will not occupy their box this afternoon. The nrltlah Ambussador and Lady Sprlng-Illce left Washington yesterday for Ottawa to pay their annual visit to the Governor General of Canada. Mrs. William F. Draper and Miss Margarot Draper will leave Washing ton on November 16 for New York, where they will spend ten days or a fortnight. Pay Inspector SumucI Bryan, V. 8 N., and Mrs. Iirynn have sent out In vitations for the marriage of their daughter, Margaret Demise, to William Coleman Rogers, on the afternoon .of November 18, at 4 o'clock, at the chapel, United States Naval Academy, An napolis. : Invitations havo been Issued for tha Marriage of Miss Alexandra Kwlng, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kwlng. to Newbold Noyes on tho after noon of Novomber 17. at St. John's Church, and for the receputlon which will follow ot tho residence, of. Mr. anfi Mrs. Ewlnic In H street. The reception will be small. Miss Adelaide Heath will be hostess at an Informal tea this afternoon In com pliment to Miss Florcs Howard, of New Orleans, who la spending several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Richard Weight man, and Miss Margery White, or Bal timore, who Is tho guest of Mrs. J. M. Bhrlver. Miss Heath's aunt. Miss Mary Heath, wilt preside at the tea table. MsJ. Gen. and Mrs. Ueorge Barnett, who will go to Princeton tomorrow for the Princeton-Harvard football game, will have as their guest Mrs. Harnott's cousin, Miss Wallls Wartleld. or Bal timore. Mrs. Barnett's son, Basil Gor don. Is a student at Princeton Uni versity. . The Secretary of Commerce and Mrs. Redfleld will go to Savannah, (la., next week for a short stay. While In Now York tho earlv rart of tho week Mr. and Mrs. Redheld were joined by their won, iiumpnrey tioanciu, wno cast ms vote tor the tlrst time. Mrs. Ella 8. Knight, president of the Funshlne and Community Society, has leturned to the city after an ex tended vacation. Mrs. Knight spent two? months with hor daughter, Mr,. F. In a fow days for a dlnnor preceding the midweek aance at ine tinvj Chase Club on the evening of Novem ber 24 In oompllment to Miss Helen Blodgett, one of the season's debu tantes. Mrs. Delos BloJgett and Miss Blod gett. who are In New York, will at tend the Harvard-Princeton football gam 'at Prlncoton Saturday. Miss Blodgett will bo the guest at a din ner which Miss Dorothy Anderson will give next weak at her home In New York. Mrs. Blodgett and Miss Blodgett will return to Washington at the end of next week, Mrs. Blodgett's sister, Mrs. Edward P. Porcher, and her daughter. Miss Mazle Porcher, are In Washington for a few Jays en route from New York to their home In Florida. - - Stephen B. Blklna, Jr.. entertained at dinner Isst night at the Knickerbocker, In New York. -- Capt. Augustine Mclntyre, U. S. A., who returned recently from Europe where ho served as a military observer, and Mrs. Mclntyre are at Fort Myer, where they will remain until they salt for the Philippines In January. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Meeker are In New York for a short stay, and are stopping at the Astor. Capt. and Mrs. Rdtvard Webstor were hosts at a reception last evening at their residence, KM Eleventh street northwest, in compliment to their son snd daughter-in-law. Lieut, and Mrs. Edward M. Webster. The marriage of Lieutenant Webster to Miss Dorothy jucnarason, aaugnter or air, ana Mrs, James A. Richardson, took place a fortnight ago at the bride's home. In Baltimore. Miss Agnos Preston sang several solos, accompanied by Miss Bertha Wilson and Miss Helen Todd, gave several charming numbers, with her sister. Miss Cecilia Todd, at the piano. Trie houso was docorated with palms and cut flowers. Mrs. Peterson, wife of Capt. Virgil L. Peterson, who has been In Boston for several months, has returned to her home at the Washington Barracks. Mrs. Charles H. Campbell has return to Washington and opened 'her home at 2ivi u street ror tne winter months. - - Mrs. Wooten, wife of Major William P. Wooten, commandant at the Wash ington Barracks, was at home Inform ally yesterday afternoon. Miss Isa belle Clay, of Kentucky, her sister, pre sided at tho tea tabic Mrs, Wooten will receive the afternoon of the first Thursday In every month. - Mrs. .Joseph Pi Kuhn, wife of Colonel Kuhn. will go to New York to witness the Army and Navy football game on November 27. Lieut. T. G. M. Ollphant. U. S. A., and Mrs. Ollphant are receiving con gratulations on the birth of a son on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Oll phant's parents. Col. and Mrs. Otis Homey, In Orange. N. J. This Is their second son. Lieutenant Ollphant I, the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Ollphant, or this city. Congressman and Mrs. Ben Johnson have sent out Invitations for the wed ding reception of their daughter, Nancv, and Lieut. Roscoe Campbell Crawford. Corps of Rnglnrs, II. 8. A., on No-' vember 17, at l'V at Bnrdstown. Ky. Lieutenant Crawford, who was sta tioned nt Washington Barracks for sev eral years, la now on duty In the Canal Zone. - - Invitations have been received In Washington for the marriage of Miss Eleanor Cole Bosley, daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. John Cole Bosley, of Balti more, to E. Stanley Gary, Jr., on No vember 20. at 5:30 nt Emmanuel Church, HMtlmore. Mr. (lory Is the sorvnf Mr. nnd Mrs. E. Stanley rjarv. of Baltimore, whoso summer home at Catonavtlle, Is one of tne most attractive places in mat re gion. Miss Hosiey visited in washing' lull iai winter. Ml Tnnmu AV.tt riMffnrv wir- a thtr Attorney General, and Miss June at Colon Beach, Panama. Tho Rev. tor, C. Ernest Smith, rec tor of St. "Thomas' Episcopal Church officiated at the marriage ilaat night of Miss Nina Knox Van Arsdiile and Vr non Eskrldge West, which took placo at the home of the bride's' uncle and aunt. Mr, and Mrs. William, 'Saulsbury miux, m new Hampshire . avenue. Palms and huge clusters of white chry santhemums decorated the drawing room, whtre the marriage service wai read, the young couple .kneeling before a White, prle-dleu with a tattles of au. tumn leaves and chrvsanthamums among many palms for a background. ureal standards of chrysanthemums held the broad white satin ribbons forming an aisle from the dining room where the bridal procession startsd, to the Improvised altar. The decorations In the dining .oom were Dink ehrvian themums and rosos. A stringed orches tra behind a screen of palms In the musln room furnished the muslo. The ceremony was witnessed by relatives and Intimate friends and was followed by a large reception. Hamilton Knox and Elmer Monroe preceded the bridal party and ucted as ribbon bearers. The bride, who was given In marriage by Mr. Knox, was gowned in a creation of heavy whlto satin with a long train caught to the snouiaers witn clusters ot orange blos soms. The overdress was of Georgette crepe embroidered In sll'er, while the bodice was of silver lace with silver embroidered georgette crepe sleeves. Her tulle veil had a cap of lightly corded tulle and her bouquet was' a shower of lilies of the valley. Mrs. Harry Smith Burrv, of Nash ville, Tenn., formerly Miss Georgia .Knox, wss matron of honor for her cousin, she wore' a gown of change able pink and yellow taffeta, the skirl draped In cascades lined with gold lace. ine ooaice was ot goia lace ana yel low tulle with touches of orchid-colored velvet. She carried an old-fashioned bouquet of pinkish yellow tea rotes, single violets, and lilies of the valley In a holder of yellow lace. Miss Marlon West, maid of honor, wore a gown of pink taffeta designed In the hoonsklrt style with tw deep scalloped flounces. The bodice was of cream lace trimmed with tlnv tilnlc rosebuds. Her bouquet was a duplicate of Mrs. Berry's In a pink lace holder. Katherlne Berry, cousin of the bride, and Bettv Drown, niece of Mr. West, were the little flower girls. Each wore a dainty frock of hand embroidery and lace with whlto ribbon sashes and hair notions. They carried gilt baskets fllu-d with tho pinkish yellow tea roses, which they strewed In the path of the bride. Ralph Oulnter acted as best man. Mrs. Knox received In a go-p of green nun, mmmea in cioin or gold and gold fringe vIth touches of rose chiffon. Mrs. Henry West, mother of the bridegroom, wore a handsome gown of black satin and chantllly lace. Later Mr. and Mrs. West left for a wedding trip, the latter wearing a tai lored gown of brown broadoloth with trimmings of moufflon fur and a small hat ot two shades ot brown velvet and the same fur. Upon their return they will reside at Wlllard Court. In New Hampshire avenue. Among ine out-or-town guests at tne wedding wero the former Commissioner of the District and Mrs. Henry L. West, parents of the bridegroom, now living in New York. Thev were the guests of Gen. and Mrs. William H. Blxby. Their daughter. Mlu Marlon West, Is the guest of Mrs. Btlnemeti, In Irvine street. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Clcndenlng and Miss Elsie Emerlck, of Philadelphia, are also 'In town, having como to attend the wedding. ..-- -v The marrlago of Miss Grace, Gay and G. R. Hopkins took place, at the home of Mr.' and Mrs. .Raymond Oden, GOB Irving street, on" Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, the Rev. Q, M. Clayton officiat ing. Tho bride wore a traveling suit ot navy blue gabardine, and carried Bride roses, A reception followed. Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins left later for a wedding' trip In Virginia. Among the guests were Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Oden. Mr. and Mrs. John Hooklns. Miss sLennlo Gay. Mr. and Mrs. O. Orayes, Mr. nnd Mrs. j, u Foster, Mr, ana Mrs. F. Torney, Mrs. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. MeKay.- Herbert McKay, Mr, and Mrs. W. Houthera. Mr. and Mrs. 11. Kober, Mr. and Mrs. It. Drager. Mr. and Mrs. L. uean, r. ana sirs. J. lis gerald, Mrs. Boyd, J. Boyd. Miss U uunn, Aims ro. uunnaii, juiw ouaui. Miss K. Hallman, Mis G. Hawkins. nd Miss Tulloss. i a ... m vn.. .U r 'a A api. Auwiru i, &uiinur, . u, f. a.. will leave Fort Myer November 25 for Kort Sill, Okla., where he wilt be an Instructor In the school of fire. Mrs. Donnelly's plans are undecided, as they will depend upon the arrangements which oan be made aoout tne tcnoouni of her son, Harry Bewick Donnelly, bu she hopes to Join the csptalh In a lew weens. Lieut. Gen. B. B. M. Younr. U. S. A. retired, and Mrs. Young will present tho general's granddaughter, Miss Margaret Read.v to society at a tea dance at Rauscher's December 2. Miss Read Is a daughter of Lieut. Col. Tleorge W, Read, who recently returned to Wash ington from the Philippines. Colonel nnd Mrs. Read have leased a house at 13U Nineteenth streex. The Secretary of War and Mrs. Oar? rlson will return to Washington from ivew xorK at tne cna ot ine ween. - Mr. and Mrs. James A. Emery, of this city, are recent arrivals at the Homestead, Hot Fprlngs, Va. -fr The Interest of fashlonsblt society Is centered nt the present time In the nntlnnal Vinraa dVtnta tJirtlrri nnna In morrow In Madison Square Garden, New ' York city. It Is expected that this year's show, which will continue until Friday of next week, will eclipse all Its predecessors, and each evening there will be numerous dinners, followed by box names.. Mrs Edward T. Btotea-1 bury, wife of the president of the Horse ( Show Association, will entertain dur- lng horse show week. Cnpt. and Mrs. William Mitchell and Mrs. Delos Blodgett and her daughter. Miss Helen Blodgett, are some of the Washington people who will attend durlrfg the week. Mrs. C A, F. Flagler, wife of Colonel Flagler, U. 8. A., Is entertaining at bridge this afternoon In compliment to her guest. Mrs. "Charles Frederick Andrews, and Mlsa Isabel Clay, who Is f visiting her sister, Mrs. William P. Wootcrt. at Washington Barracks, Tho other guestg are in. Wooten, Mrs. Clark Btono, Mrs. J. D. Mlley. Mrs. C. A. Doyen, Mrs. P. A. Welkeri and Mrs. Samuel T. Ansoll. Refreshments will be served at 4 o'clock, and pflses will bs given for the lowest scores. Mrs. Flagler, accompanied by her guest, will go to Virginia, Beach nexti Wednesday to visit her Mster-ln-law, f 'Mrs. Dtwltt. Mrs. Andrews will return with her and will remain in Washing ton until sho goes to New York to attend tho Army and Nary football rfame. Captain Andrews, who , Je at- i tached to tho Twenty-fourth Infantry, Is at present on temporary duty at Ban hTanclsco. Mrs. Andrawa ha been constantly ' feted since she arrived In Washington, and a number of entertainments have been given in ner nonor. ran cnwiH, with Colonel and Mrs. FIsgler. she will dlno informally with Major and Mrs. Robert L. Howso, U. 8. A., and tomor row evening Colonel and Mr. Muler will give an Informal dinner for their Mrs. C. Q. Donelson, 'wife of Colenel Donelson, U. 8. A., now stationed at Governor's Island, will como to Wash ington shortly to visit Mrs. Flagler. Plan Plague Fight. ALBANY. 'Nov. R.-"Wlp out tuber, culofls" Is the slogan of the Statt Charities Aid Association In annual ses sion hr today. Campaigners against the "white plague" representing New York, Pennsylvania. New Jersey, Maryt land. Delaware, and District ot Colum bia, are here. . , i . -,' &B FURS Coals & Sets Reasonable All of tha very, finest auifitr snd lte,ttyls. Expert Repairing at Moderate Prices WM. ROSENDORF, 1213 G St. N. W. W.&J.SLOANE New York - WASHINGTON - San Francisco "KALUSTON" SEAMLESS WOOL RUGS The natural durability of these Rugs, due to their firm, closely-woven wool pile, is increased by the fact that they are made without seams. This feature also enhances the beauty of these Rugs the unbroken surface of rich coloring presenting a most effective foundation for furnishings and decorations. "Kalliston" Rugs are obtainable in a wide range of sizes. The patterns consist of Plain Colors with two-tone borders, and artistic figured effects. The popular room size -9x12 ft. is priced $46.00. Special sizes, in widths up to 12 feet, made to order. HIQ-14H Street KW Telephone? MoJn4909t573S Burchell's "Bouquet" Coffee, 25c lb. JUST TRY IT Jn.w.burchsll 13ZJJ r at IN. w. Xfs Made of Paper You Coa Oct It at JWDRBW. Mfo$2$3i Your Wedding Is the greatest event of your life, and, pf course, you want everything connected with it to be perfect. We can at least assure you perfection in the Invitations or Announcements if you intrust us with the engraving. Nowhere in the world can better sta tionery or engraving be obtained than we can supply, and nowhere can you get. mdre reasonable prices. - . , PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR GREETING CARDS. R. P. Andrews Paper Co. 727-729-731 13th Street N.W. 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