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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER I. 1015.' News Notes and Gossip of the Day Tlxaoo&a6 & Xotbrop New York WASHINGTON Paris In the Smart Set of Washington Many Entertainments Are Planned by the Leaders of Society in Washington. Gossip of Hostesses. The Sccirtnn or StHte ami .Mm lloti rt lniliiK will Iib tnfiil) Kiiest t the. dinner which thrv will bIvp thin cnlns In honor of the Ambassador of rtal unci Mndnmo HuUhmotelT and the .lnranr-e Ambnailoi and Vlicounteaa CIiIihIh, their llrnt ofTlcIii dinner of thr raon l.t cvrnlns thr United State Jtln later to nlgltim. Hi and Whltlock, and Mr Whltlock dlhctl InfoiniHlly with Hptnr and Mr, l.annlnir. Mr and .Mr. Whltlock accompanied h m: Wliitlotk'a inolliri, Mra O I. 11 Mil rd. of SprlnKllold, 111. arrlid in WathlnRton on Moncli ovrntnj; ano are stopplnc nt the Wlllnrd - - All l.anilnR and Mi Kntlieilne l.nnlMB. listen of Hip Serretai) ot State, com" to VnhliiRton I nrtiy to pnd the winter Thc have taken n apartment at HtonelelKh Court Ml. I'rafB. wife of lh. soveinor of N'ortli faiolhiH .nd Ml Tletnv J Ilav woid. who tame to Wliliiuton fiom New Vorl. with the S'urtnn of the N.1. a-id Mu. DnmoK went to Arnan olt tori-n. Mr. PanleU will enteiti n ti lum'i'nn 'teemher foi her mother Mr KRlev. - Vn. in I Mr (Jeoise Birnfll who rr ent'italnlliB nt n irilr- of dinner na'tlea. were hoM Ih p'.onlns t dinner at the'r home at the Matin-' llar rackf In honor of t'apt mid Mi .lamJ II Ol'nnon. the formei the onun ind mt of the nav aiil The sii"ta. hffii,ft '"antaln and Mr fllenno'i. vere the Mllitan Attache of the rrent'n llm nv and Mm Rahiirt. Mniln' and Vr. r'oer. Mi ami Mr" riii' V Wheeler. Mr. and Mi. Xitliiii Audi 'en Ml "loei Ml llenliam. ''r-ntaln wi!iiam. I s. Al r and .irt-ii Hoi comb. U F. M. C Omeral and Mr rtarneti will onto. tiln Ht dinner. Ueceniber 1" In Innorof fie Seeretir o the i trH Mr "inlel. nci on l-tembr 14 In eom rllment to the ecrelsn of Stat; .nd Mr. l.aiiBinR Mr lldrtirti will re'inne her afternoon at home nert Mondi "ionc the lntre'ltiB hoapltllt'c of '"liriftrna w-eeK will be the illnnei lanc. at whhh Mrs WIIMam I tn per and Mia MirBnret li-irnr w'll en tertain nt their home In K treet l)e. eember V. Mr Kraner ami Ml Pla ner. whoe costume ball 'm bee-i for everal fason one of the mut lull lh'it henpl'alllles of Waihlnsto". win ter, omitted It latt oir, ui'l will i .iln thl vear on nccoiin' of the war Mr I'harle 0 Walnut, wife of Colonel Walcnlt. will be iiinnnc th Pioinlnenl nrmv women nsltlic at the tea which will follow the drill In the tldlnB hull nt I'oit Mor 1'rldav after noon for the brnelll of the Armv Itellef b'oclctv. Mr. Walcutt will follow her custom of aonie rarn. and will nave charEc of the booth from which rminv varlctle of home-made candle will be old. She will bo nlted bv the women of hei rommlttee nnd a numlier or ouiiR Rltl. Inrludlnir eveial of the winter' debutante Amonit the RlrW will he the Mle I.lttell. Mla Mary (!ai land. MU Anita Kite. Ml I.llH' WhlthiB. .Mla Hettx Matteson. Jl I'irkv ttcttun. Ml Helen Klnimell. Ml Kathleen Andcraon. Ml hcllna Oleaxes unit .Ml IMoience Scoflcld. Mls Man Van Koen. daUBhler of the Ilev Ceorse Van rocn and Mr Van Koen. entertained Informally nt tea cterda aftemoon in honor or her Eiiet. Ml Helen Jlreen. of South Urthlehem l'a Mli l'h III fnder and Ml Saiah Hliklln dhl the honor at the tea table .j. Mli Mom heeloi Vet waa hotc ... l. - t.innl.ann lhfln wlirtl III ail HlllllliW'- ...i.vi.t".. .... ""- lie enteitnlneil at the home of her aunt. .Mr niuihiii iurr iihuium, m compliment of Ml lliiinion Ilatley. of ChleaRO. who I lilting .Ml lulc Cljik lied tones, fern", and featherv aspiiiaRii". tied with led tulle, formed . .. 1I...1. I ...Llllln.i tn fflfta C'lnrk ml MIm HrIIc. th KUPt were .., .... .n 1n t flau Vnllin, In. ,tPK .IINIKOK I inn., a. 13. l..m.tmu Tieat the Ml"e Uen All Clara Klii8bui). Mis Klbsaucth KliiRbur. Ml Jeonnetle Cowan, Mlns Ittith lyi Ipi Ml Anita Kite, Ml Maijorlc llelmbold. Mil Antoinette Hay, Ml r .. -ti- n.,i...i.. 1.... .t... jaur iiiikui), .iiihi. vnimiiiii' iiuiiii-ii.-, M! Catherine Hurlow, Ml. Maxwell Chinch. Ml DorothN Wyeth. Mia riillne Stone, Mis Dorothx Mnon, Jll. Trance KfflnRer. Ml Kathcrlne i:rfliiBei, .Ml ltura Orac, Ml I'o (Ohonta Dutlci. and Ml Hertrude Hpooi, of ChlcaBo Mi leannene i owau UHiiBiiier or ii .101111 i rmiPiui", 1111 rarnn oui 101 a luncheon on lecembpi '-' In compli ment to Ml .loephlne Shield lllece of Seuatni Shldil. anil Ml llettv ..i'hih-iij, ui v. iucni l.lcut A Toutant lleiiureEaid. I 8 N" . and .Ml HeauieRard firmerl Ml iiiisanpiu .iiininiii, wiiop lunrnnRc ti.ok nlare at I.o nBile Nnpinlier 1C ...!. ..I .. ..' I.I . I- tt. ....I 1 itiiiiiu til i nmiiiiKiiJii ini-i nielli, . . hip ai ine uiarii 101 h weeK iay Mis lleaureRard who I a daiiBhtel of Mi and Mis IMward . Munford. foi nieil of .itihiiiBton mnde hei debut herp wheie hp ha a larBn cIicIp of Mnlulu 4 I aim i..ml II m Im. nt lll-l. I . nt WaHhliiEton lleiitenmU ami Mr" KeauiPB.ird win iPiuin 10 i auiornia. I.leutenanl HeHiireRard havinE been ti.insferred 10 dut on the Wet coat witli Admiral Mi-I! W lulow II wns formerl aide to Admiral Walter McLean 11 1 Newport Mis Mice Shepherd returned to WashlnEtou on Mnnda nlRht from Vew York. whPre she spent "eeial da While there she attended the rm and Naj Ramr Mi and Mi I'IomI WacBaman liie iPttnned to W lahliiBtrn from 'leiclaud, Ohio, wIipu they )ia been lh Biicst of lr. Waccaman pari lit". Mi ind .Mr. Hubert Me- Kcntlc, since May. Mr. and Mr UngKajuan are at the home of Mit Wust;anian'ii patent. Mr, and Ml. Jolip V. Wagpsmun, In N troet Mla Dorothy Anderson, of New Yoi!;. arrived In Washington vesterdny to lJ the Riiest of Mi. Oelo Hlodirett for several dav. The reRUlar meetlnR of the Anthony 1 Ann IA ...III I... t.al.l l. . ... .....a .. .iK " 1. 111 in- iirm lumorriiw fvunuiK at 1 o'clock at .Wl Columbia road, when l. U. I ,1 ..... . .. i.'i. (-.mrnwpinrr wriu maKC an auare on "Phyalcal Cheinlatrv. The mem ber arc requested to be prompt Senator and Mr. John II. lunkhead arrhert In Washington Mnndax ami have taUen an apartment nt the Fai liiKUt foi the wlntei. t - - Oeorne n Cortclyou, foiiner Secre- ni,. 111 iii- rmnurv, in nrr ironi New York for a ahoit vlt and I at Hip Wlllaid. - Mi and Mr lame M Cllft will he at horn," at the Copley, Mlfi lllraid treet, on the evenlnR of Deeembei i II, and IX, nnm 8 to 9 -I0 o'clock -- M and Atr. I'lcderltK ft. Htlmoii. of New Yot l, are In WaahJnRton. Thcv motored fenni White Mulphur SprInK, wheie they hj. bten for pjeral week - - .Mr Halpli Jenkins ha Issued Invita tion for a dance at 9 o'clock December 3) at her residence. 1713 .Massachusetts avenue Col and Air Robert Al. Thompanu will be at homn Mondava In Uecemnar from to n Vi at their home In Sheildan circle The Japan Soilety will held It an mnl dinner tomorrow at the Aalorla. In New York clt). The principal guest will be the Japanese Ambassador and Vlarnunteaa Chlnda nnd llarnn i:ilrhl Hhlhuxawn. a leadlnc banker of Japan. A rtnrtnn Hepburn will he tnalmater The sneaker will Include Viscount Chlnda, Huron Shlhusawa, Seth Low, and Dr. William i.liot Orlffl. Kollow I11E the dinner a reception and dince will he held In the Brand ball room. The marrlaRe of All Kate Atkinson Talbolt ami Samuel llanev Weiver took place at the home of the lirlde In livlr.R street, last Wednemlav evenlnB t T o'clock Onlv telatlves and .1 few Intimate friend wltneed the cere innnv wlilrh wa performed bv thi Hev T)r Mhert II Zltrantrimtm. of thr .Meihoillt Hnlaconal Church .The "I.ohenRrln" weddlne mareli wa iilnved h the bride lster. Atlas Ami Tlnton Talbolt ATr and Air Weaver left later for weddlnR trip Thev will he at home at low O tret after Items of Interest and Impor tance of Past, Prtsent, and Future Among Official and Fashionable Folk. Januai) flrt Mr. Weaver heloiu to an old and prominent Pennsylvania, famllj. Thn bride 1 a daughter of Dr. Thorn, a AtorK.m Talbott. of thin cltv. On hor mother' side she I a grnnridaUKh- ter or tne inic ucv vv imam Tipton, or Ohio, who wa one of ttto mint prom luont mlulstci of Hie Methodist Cpls 1 opal Church for fifty year, and a niece of the late Senator Tipton of Nebraska The cnBiiReinent wa announced on TMnl.'KlvliiE; Diiv of Atlas Hilda Welnbeitri r, ilatiRhtei of I'hfllp Wclnli-i"ei, 111 New Yotk, to Ilenja inln Klelii, of thl clt. The weddlnc will taUc place tirai Chriatma ; Alls AlarBaiet Ollphant returned to WanhliiEton lat ulclit from a hort msii wiin i-ni and Air oil Homey In OratiKc. V .1 Alls ollphant attend ed the Armv and Vavv Rarne In New York Sntiudnv - -Air John Heath will entertain a number of VOIlnB r.ponle at tea Ibis afternoon In lompllment to Ml HtiX line wneeiei ami mis Katlierlne Wheeler, daiiRhlri of Dr and Mr 1'eter I. Wheeler, of Sin Franclcn All Wheeler and her two daughter are apemlliiK Hie winter In WaahlnBton where thev have taken an apartment In the Cairo At the tea table will be Air. Wheeler. Alia HuRhe Otlnhant. and Air. .1 I' I'arker Other alat InR In thr dlnlns room will he Mr, lame (J Tavlor, .Miss Klena Caldernn, .Miss I'.IIIp t.p)eune and Alls Huth Wil son - John Clapp Ptiirnel In Washington Alondav eveninR from a short tv In New York ltv Air Armlead ppter will be hnstes al a pa tomorrow aftprnoon at her home, tin handsome old Tudor place In tieorEelowii - - Aliih-I .laii.b will entertain at a dame Kililav nlcjil at his studio In honoi of SIlss lane !reeor ilUEh tei of the Vtlornev Trneial and All ""nomas V C.rpcorv, and her hon 5irt" Ali' Vhw Hi an of HouMnn, Continued nn PRe Slxten ) CASTORIA For Infut aad Children In tit For Ovr 30 Yars aJwiji bit aWfnatw of Burchell's "Bouquet" Coffee, 25c ib. The Housekeepers' Friend N.W.BURCHELL 1325 F St. N. W. Buy Christmas Gifts Now While Assortments Are at Their Best Just 20 Buying Days Remain The Greatest Showing in the City of Artistic Jewelry, Finest Silverware, and Cut Glass or great brilliancy and rich designs, as we ar. countless novelties for personal use and home decoration. Every price wish can be gratified from our immense stocks. Why not select now? Pi Jllj A&Ra4W W2EP3yJsBr&: TilTilTiBiVllVU tlliM Kirj-1.'3.o-;-m. ' ..rmaTBBtw mC9Si2&.dJK?r K5hr7Iz7HiWIFft7?kiiW -tSaSliMm r - i V wX TK'tmixm -Ka7vkv5afrrS. Xm4iryZI-H7". jGlflal I1 Gifts Appropriate for Ladies DIAMOND RINGS. Wonderful assoitmcnt of Solitaiic Dia mond nines, in plain Tiffany and fine platinum mountings, $25.00, $."i0.00, $7.").00, $100, and others up to $500. Hound Cluster Rings, seven white cut diamonds and platinum top mount ing, $25.00, $50.00, $75.00, and $100. Lavallicrcs Over 1,000 to select from; most popular article of ladies' jew elry, solid gold. $2.00 to $5.00. In solid gold, with diamonds, from $5.00 to $500. WRIST WATCHES. Small-size Elgin movement, twenty-year filled Convertible Wrist Watch. $16.50. 16-jcvvcl lever movement Solid Gold Wrist Watch, small size. $16.50. Small-size Elgin movement, 11-kt. Solid Gold Convertible Wrist Watch, $25.00. Largest line of genuine Cameo Rroochcs obtainable. In lid gold mountings. Prices from $5.00 to $20.00. NOVELTIES FOR LADIES. i Sterling Silver Handle Umbrellas, $5.00 to $10.00. Sterling Silver Vanity Boxes, full size, $5.00 to $15.00. Sterling Silver Picture Frames, $1.00 tn $5.00. Sterling Silver $35.00. Handbags, $15.00 to Opcia Glasses, $5.00 to $15.00. Birthstonc and Signet Rings-a stone for every month, all in solid gold mountings. From $1.50 to $10.00. Signet Rings Engraved Free. TOILET WARE. All the new patterns in Brushes, Combs, and Mirrors, also Manicure Pieces, in sterling silver. Prices: Manicure Sets, $5.00 to $15.00. Brush, Comb, and Mirror, $10 to $.10, Quitdruple-platc Sets, $5.00. White Ivory Sets, $5.00 to $15.00. Sterling Silver Dorinc Powder Boxes, $1.50 to $3.00. Presents Suitable For Men NOVELTIES FOR MEN. Sterling Silver Buckle, with belt, $2.00 to $5.00. Sterling Silver Heavy Cigarette Cases, $5.00 to $15.00. Sterling Silver Patent Match Boxes, $1.00 to $1.50. SOLID GOLD JEWELRY FOR MEN. Cuff Links for monogram, $2.00 to $5.00. Scarfpins, with full-cut diamonds. $5.00. Signet Rings, with monogram, $5.00. MEN'S WATCHES. 14-kt. Solid Gold Watch, open face, Elgin or Waltham movement, $1160. H-kt. Solid Gold Hunting Cmc Watch, Elgin or Waltham movcmwtrt, 115.00. Open-face Elgin Watch, 20-year guar anteed case, $7.50. We carry the largest assortment of Howard and Hamilton Watches. Prices from $28.00 to $100. Pay a Small Deposit Now and Reserve Articles for Later Delivery No Extra Charge for Engraving on Holiday Gifts R.H ARRIS & CO.,7th and D Sts. I I jE?V f ' a? II Copyright Hart Schai I ner (c Man Men's Fine Clothes at $25 The extensiveness with which we endeavor to provide unequalled value and a fitting for every man can best be understood by this Splendid Collection of Suits and Overcoats For Men and Young Men of Every Stature, Age and Style Taste at $25.00 There is no good style lacking, and the fabrics cover thj widest possible latitude in pattern and coloring. The personal touch of refinement and individuality is noticeably evident throughout the displays and excellence is inseparable. We want men to thoroughly understand that they cannot do better at this price under any circumstances. Mln floor Tenth t Men's Shoes at $4.00 and $5.00 Pair The Finest Values Obtainable The preferences of men have been carefuHy considered in the making of shoes at these prices. The finest materials in the most correct styles, on lasts to Rive greatest comfort. At $4.00 Pair Gun Metal Calfskin English Shoes, blind eyelets and low heels; a favorite with young men. Gun Metal Calfskin Shoes, with good broad toes and low heels; comfortable for walking, out ing and college wear. Giin Metal Calfskin Button Shoes, with good bread toe and low heels. Box Calfskin Blucher-cut Shoes, with short vamp and round toe; good quality and durable leather; an excellent shoe for the man who wants comfort and conservative styles. A soft Vici Kidskin Straight-last Shoe that is a great favorite with the middle-aged man who likes comfort, neatness and refinement. Another Vici Kid Shoe made on a straight last and has plain toe; this model 's 'so exceed ingly comfortable. At $5.00 Pair Gun Metal Calfskin, English last, with low heel; corded tip. Gun Metal Vamp, with gray cloth top and narrow vesting. Gun Metal Vamp, with gray Main floor. Teth t . cloth top, on a long and slendcMast; button model and very dressy. Tan Russia Calfskin Lace Shoes. Dark Tan Russia Calfskin Shoes, with medium round toe and corded tip; the color of this shoe makes it one of the season's favorites.