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Vu f 4 i 'k. TIJE WASHINGTON' TIMES; FRIDAY,- OCTOBER' 20, 1916. i: 'M V i f , HQUS IK SEEK I GUAR ERS FOR THE WINTER SEASON kaorejtary's Wife From Woods Will Return Hole, Mass., the First of November. MBS. CHAMBERLAIN HOSTESS T& itfoFl t The Secretary of Agriculture left Washington Wednesday for a speaking WW In the West.1' Mm. Houston, who la at Woods Hole, Man., where she spent the Summer, Is due baok No vember 1. Beoretarr and Mrs. Houston expect to give up their residence In P street and aro hunting; new quarters tor the winter. t Mrs. Justin Morrill Chamberlain was hostess at a prettily appointed lunch ion today at the Chevy Chase Club in compliment to Miss Lucy Triest, of Portsmouth, N. H., who is visiting Mrs. .Allan ' Lard. The table was iomed with a centerpiece of yellow tAd, white chrysanthemums. , Other guests were Mrs. William brother Smith. Mrs. William H. y setda. Mrs. John J. Hamilton, Mrs- Sirs, waller weiio, ana ium. a. sruests were entertained at bridge in the afternoon. - I M ! t. and Mrs. C,harles Darwin Penne- er announoo uie engngraw j, r daughter, Miss Anna Elliott aebaker, to Milton Robert Bpransy. yreaainr win taae piaco in uo laa nouaoya. Air. Dprnni;. miv a m a 'a Sk. a la ! A w IXYWK-tu AJiren, umi " Xttl Wllhnr Rnranmr. of Waah- nn. anA lived her until recently. Is a graduate of Cornell Unlver- Clas OI 1916. Alias rtnncomot m. mtmtnr at mm. Elbert jonnson. fertnerJy Miss Luclnda Pennebaker. Mr. Bpransy and his bride will make pMa noma la Akron. e . Lansings Entertained. t iBICiui Diary of State and Mrs. Xan slWh who arrived at their homo at Watertown, N. T., today, spent last fight In Albany as the guests of former Congressman Peter C. Ten Byck and Mrs. Ten Byok. Mr. and Mrs. Ten Eyclc Have a reception for Beoretary and Mrs. TMit1nr yesterday afternoon. , The Chinese Minister and Mrs. Koo S,ve a dinner Weanesday evening at e legation In compliment to Captain Wear, who is returning to China shortly. Captain Wong has had charge of the Chinese .naval students in this country. v Xnvitod to meet the guest of honor were a distinguished company of his countrymen, among them Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wong, the counselor of the lega tion, and Mrs. Yung Kwal, Mr. and Mrs. Ten, Mr. and Mrs. Tates Wang, Mr. Kung and Mias Kung, Mr. Ylh, Mr. Wei. Mr. Wu Chang and Mr. Yang, all ef the legation staff; B. D. Lee, Mr. Hale, Dr. K. J. Chang, Captain Wang, Lieutenant Chen, and M.r. Kao. The dinner was followed by dancing. ', "" . Dr. 'Cliang Here. Dr. K. J. Chang, who makes his home In California, has arrived in Washing ton for a short visit. He was charge d'affaires of the Chinese legation In Washington several years ago for six months after Dr. Chang returned to China, and has many warm friends here. . Jules Henri de Slbour. of Washing ton, who Is spending some weeks at Hot Springs, Va.. Is drawing plans for two wings; ono containing billiard rooms and the other bachelor quarters, for Barton Lodgo, the beautiful Hot Springs eatateof Mrs. Beth Barton French, which she has just sold to her Son, W. Barton French. A squash Court Is being remodeled Into a cottage, to be called Rosemary Cottage, which Mr. French has given to his mother. Barton Lodgo was occupied summer be fore Inst by Mme. Christian Hauge. of Washington. .J. Mrs. Harvey Here. t Mrs. Harvey has come from Fort Ethan Allen, Vt, to Join her husband, Cpt. Charles G, Harvey nt Fort Myer. They aro occupying tho quarters which Lieut. Harry T. Bull and Mrs. Bull had before they went to thoborder. Mrs. J. Blair Spencer returned to Washington Wednesday from tho Plains, Vn., whore she had been for sev eral weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Norton have gone to, Fort Myer to pass 'tho winter with llietr son-in-law and daughter, Capt. end Mrs. Clarence Jones. j . M Capt. and Mrs. Albert Nlblack have issued 'Invitations for a dinner on Friday nlfrht l'n" Newport In compliment to Ronr Aomlrnl and Mrs. Charles A. Gove, who will reach there Monday from San Francisco. - - Honeymoon In New York. Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Ward, of Washington, who were married at the little 'Church Around the Corner, New York, last Tuesday, are passing their honeymoon at the Hotel Astor. Mrs. Ward was Miss Mabel Angelina Barton, ? laughter of William F. Bnrton, of Bos on. Mass., who was In New York for the wedding and gave his daughter In marriage. Miss Sara R. Morgan, of Washington, was the bridesmaid, and 3. E. Jcnks, editor of the Army and Navy Reglator, of Washington, was heat man. i Mrs. E. S. Ward, mother of the bride groom, and Miss Susie Ward, a Bistort oamo from their home In Berkeley, Cal., to be present at the wedding. After a honeymoon of several weeks Mr. and Mrs. Ward will mako their home in Washington, where Mr. Ward Is on the editorial staff of the Army and Navy Register. Iwrs, Chester Wells, wife of Com mander Wells, U. S. N., who has been In Australia for the past year or more, VISITOR IN CAPITAL .sjSjSjSjmisssssnssssjUi..HM..V M fWM .iasaHsasaHiaLLK W ' faBamlsjHUMsaHciaBBBisiiiiiBBV .tV asaaaaaLH LtaaV IBHHBaaaW.Wl- aaaaaaaaaaWa4anlHnMBaaTaaaaW?!WKi BaaaaaaaaaalHMaaalTxV''''' . AfaAl SJBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBjBJBjBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB fcjJaBI BBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBBJSr- BraaBI lBBBBBBBBaWS JB ' Vfl3aBaH H LatjaV aaVsJY 'SbIbbbbbbV LLLsLLLP fir, ; --MM- kWM BBBHBrtsaRZaaUsBHsr ' wally w aBBSJIfSJIII j MI& DOROTHY HOOK, Who Ib tho Guest of Mrs. Thomas P. Morgan, Jr. Photo by Buck. RETIRING ATTACHE S HOST AT DINNER Col. Matsuo-ltamy,;of Japanese Embassy, , Entertains at Army and,Navy;Cliib. . MARIE J0HNS0NT0 WED J. L WfRIGHT Ceremony Takes Place at Home of Bride in Holmead Place Tonight. is again in this country and has gone to Newport, where she is stopping at the Corson cottage. Bho Is accompanied by her slater, Mrs. ThOmctt, of Australia. Married at Home. The marriage of Miss Eva Baker, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Baker, to Lieut. George F. Lewis, IT. S. A., was solemnized Wednesday evening at the homo of Dr. and Mrs. Baker In Bllt more street. Lieut Lowla Is a brother of Richard Whcatley Lewis, who mar ried Mlaa Effle Baker, slater of tho bride, about a year ago. Mr. Lewis was beat man for his brother, and the bride was unattended. Bho wore a rich gown of brocaded satin with trimmings of sil ver loco. HeVvell df'real lac has been worn by aHrtre- brides of her family. It was held wltn ofangc blossoms. Bho carried a shower of lilies of tho valley, orchids and Bride roses. The ceremony was performed by the Bev. U. G. B. Pierce, pastor of All Souls' Church; and waB witnessed by a small company of relatives and lntl Mr .and Mrs. neeve Lewis will give on tho evening of October 2 at their reel dence in Bancroft Place. A Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wilson will bo hosts at dinner tomorrow night at the Ctievy Chase Club. Capt and Mrs. Henry B. Clark will entertain at dinner tomorrow night at their residence In Chevy Chase. Mrs. Poe White will pass th week end In Annapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morton, who will entertain a large com pany at a nance tomorrow night. 4 Miss Lotn Robinson, who was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Mc Lean, has gone to New York, where she hna taken a house at It East Sixtieth street for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Cranford will entertain Informally at dinner tonight. Mrs. Mortimer will leave Fort Myer mis wecK 10 join ncr nusDana. Copt. Pharla. rl f.....lmA.. . a A I.. C. Sl,t.t?ti?f5-Kn-i?jrial wedJln uP--i Poo. where sho will' pass the greater "Upon their turn from their wedding 1 pan m wo w,nlel irip lieutenant ana an. i,ewia win. Dr. and Mrs. William inane meir iiuine bi tvusiiiiiKiuu . racks, where' the bridegroom Is sta tioned. Mrs. Lewis' traveling gown is of dark blun velour nnd with It She woro a black hat. LleutenarU Baker la the son of Col. I. N. Lewis, U. 8. A. Back From West Point. Mrs. Charles T. Menoher, wife of Col. oncl Menoher. U. S. A., returned to Washington early In the week from a visit with her son. Cadet Darrow Meno her at West Point. The quarantine which was declared at the Military Academy almost three months ngo, be cause of tho prevalence of infantllo paralysis at Highland Falls. N. Y., was lifted lost Saturday. During that time, no one was al lowed to leave or enter the Academy grftinds. The hotel near tho Academy was opened Saturday. Mrs. Menoher Btopped In New YorK on her way to Washington to visit her brother-ln-lnw nnd sister. Mr. nnrt Mrt. Alhert J. Norton, at their home In Yonkcrs. Brig. Gen. John J. O'Oon- j ncll and Mlsa Liiliinn u uonneu, wnu also were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nor ton for several days-, havo returned to their apartment In tho Wyoming. Mrs. Menoher has had with her for several days, Mrs. Gardner W. Kim ball, of Philadelphia. Miss Flbra Be wick, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Ed- 'ward T. Donnelly, formerly stationed at Fort Myer, who was also tnc guesi of Mrs. Menoher for a few days en routo from lnox. 'where sho passed tho summer, hns left here for Atlanta where she will Join Mrs. Donnelly. Mr. Donnelly nnd Miss Bewick will leave Atlanta nbout Novomber 1 to ioln Cnptoln Donnelly nt El Paso. Mrs. Menoher will laave Wnnnlngton at tho end of next week to Join Col onel Menoher In El Paso, where sho will pass the winter. Sho will go by the way of Canton, Ohio, to visit her brolher-ln-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Starr, for a few days. Miss Margaret Sutton Married. Mrs. Ann C. jJTTrutton announces the marringo of her daughter. Miss Mar garet Alberta Sutton, to Paul Grant, of Midland, Md. Lieut. Edmund A. Buchanan. U. B. A., and Mrs. Buchanan have arrived at Fort Myer from Fort Ethan Allen and have taken the house formerly occupied by Llout. B. W. Simpson and Mlfca Dorothy Simpson, who left Washington a few woeks ago for Sandy Hook, N. J. Lieut. Hunter Bcott. U. B. A., stoppeO in El Paso yesterday en route to Mex ico to Join the Fifth Cavalry. Lieuten ant Scott left Washington on October 12. Ho was under treatment at the Wal ter Reed Hospital for several woeks, after which Jio went to the training camp at Plattsnurg, where he remained for several weeks, until he became string enough for active service. Lieu tenant Scott Is tho son of MaJ. Gen. and Mrs, Hugh L. Scott. Mrs. Olive Gale-Hill and her fiance, Capt Ridley MoLean, U. S. N will be the guests of honor at a dinner which Dr. and Mrs. William C. Rives, who parsed the summer In Newport, have left there for Now York, where they are stopping at the Belmont Hotel for sev eral daya beforo returning to Washing ton. -- Mrs. Charles Warren, wife of the As sJHtant Attorney Genernl, returned to Vanhlngton Wednesday evening from a brief visit to Boston. Mrs. Wurron's pa rents, Mr. and Mm. William II. Bliss, of Boston, arrived In Washington last night from California and have taken posses sion of tho apartment at 1785 Massachu setts avenue, which they have leased for tho season. Mrs. Alexander Mackav-Smlth and her daughter, Miss Mackay-Smlth, who have closed their summer home, at Seal Har l or. Me., have arrhed In New York nnd are sTbppIng at tho Blltmorc. They ex pect to be In New York a month and tv 111 probably open their Washington home only for a short time this winter. The retiring military, attache of the Japanese embassy, Col. Matsuo tlamy,- entertained at dinner last evening at tho Army and Navy Club, Ilia gueata were the ambnsaador ,of Japan, Mr, Sato; Gen. Hugh L. Bcott, Brig, Gen; E. M. Weaver, Brig. Gen. J. R. McGlnnla, Commodore J. C. Glllmore, U 8. N.; Col. Charles G. Treat, Capt. J. 11. Oil er, U. 8. N.; Col. W. D. Beach, Col. W. W. Harts, Col. C. W. Kennedy, Col. W. 8. Graves, MaJ R H.'Van Dcman, Major Andrew Moses, Major Douglas McArlhur, Capt. Harry V. Cootca. Cap tain Illrose, Commandor Hyakutake. the counselor of the embassy, Toklchl Tanaka, Major Mlsumachl, who suc ceeds Col. Itamy as military attache; the naval attache, Commander Nomura, and Mr. Salto, Mr. Iwate, and Mr. Shir atorl, all of the embassy staff. The Misses Grandln have returned to town for the winter, and, pending the opening of their home. In New Homp- ahlre avenue, are at the Grafton. W. W. Russell, American minister to Santo Domingo, arrived at Santiago, Cuba, yesterday on his way to this country, via Hanava. He will come at once to Washington. Engagement Announced. Of unusual intereat to society both in the East and on the Pacific coast la the announcement of the engagement of Mlsa Dorla Fletcher Ryer, daughter of Mrs. Fletcher Ryer. to Stanhope W. Nixon, of NeW York. Miss Ryer has been a frequent visitor In Washington. After finishing her education abroad. Miss Ryer and her mother Joined the Newport summer colony, occupying Beachbound, Mrs. Benjamin Thaw's villa. Miss Ryer s father was a son or the late Dr. Washington Ryer, a pioneer resident of San Francisco and a large land owner. Ryer Island, In the Sacra mento river, once owned by Dr. Ryer. Is famed for its asparagus. It became the property of Fletcher Ryer. and at his death It passed to Mrs, Ryer and her daughter. Mr. Nixon Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nixon, of New York, who have a country place at New Brunswick, N. J. He Is a Yalo man. His mother was Miss Sally Lewis Wood, a direct de pendent on her father's side of Gen. Andrew Lewis, of Virginia, and, on her mother's side, of the Frarer clan, of Scotland, and William Robertson, the Scotch historian. Brig. Gen. W. M. Black. U. S. A., and Mrs. Black and Major F. R. Brown. U. B. A., of Washington, were In New York at the Hotel Astor for a few daya In the early week. -J. Mra. Hatght. wife of Capt. Charles 8. Halght, U. S. A., who passed the sum mer In Massacrusetta with her mother, Mrs. George Wlnthrop Folaom. will re turn to Fort Myer next week. Mrs. Folsom and Mrs. Halght, who have been at the Lenox Club In Lenox, for several weeks, left there yesterday for New York. Mr. and Mra. J. H. Thlea and their house Ktiost, Mrs. William Smart, are spending the week end nt the Hotel Chamberlln, Old Point Comfort, Va. Mrs. Eugene Alles who haa been at Romney, W. Va., since early In the summer will Join Mr. Allea at their home near Bctheada, Md., at the end of the month. BISHOPS!!) OPPOSE HEBREW CUSTOMS A stmplo but charming wedding will be solemnized this evening when Mis Marie Angelique Johnson, daughter cf Mr. and Mra. Frederick A. 'Johnson, w'll becomo the brido of James Lloyd Wright. The ceremony will take placo at S o'clock at the bride's homo tnu Hol mead place, and will 'bc attended by a small gathering of friends and relatives of tho brido and bridegroom. Tho Rov. Clarence A. Vincent will offlcatc. Tho drawing room, where' tho wed ding will tako place, la decorated with white roses, ahancv white chrysanthe mums, palms, and rfmllax, with an Im provised oltar, before which the bridal party will stand. In tho rest of the house pink flowers, toses and chrysan themums, will be used, and autumn leaves will give a touch of gay color to the setting. Sister Is Attendant. Miss Hazel Johnson will be her sis ter's only attendant, and Lieut. Carle ton Wright. U. S. N.. will serve aa beat man for his brother. The bride, who will be glyen In marriage by her father, will wear a charming gown of ivory satin and silver tissue, with n garniture of chantllly lace and a full court train hung from the shoul ders. A cap of rare old family lace, caught with clusters of orange blos soms. Will hold her tulle vnll In nlnen and she will carry a shower bouquet or paic pinn orcnids and lilies or the valley. Her onlv ornament will bo the bridegroom's gift, a string of pearls. The maid of honor frock Is of yel low taffeta and gold tissue, veiled In georgette crepe. Her bouquet will be of violets and lilies of the valley. Miss Jessie Calloway will plav the wedding marches and wilt give a musical program before the cere mony. The marriage will be followed by an Informal reception at which the bride's father and mother will receive with the bridal party. Mrs. Johnson will wear a gown of gray satin and lace. Mra. Carlcton Wright, of Norfolk, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, mill bo among the guests, and others who have come to town for the wedding are Mr. and Mrs. Dan Backoff, of Newark, N J., and Lieut, and Mrs. Gerald A. Johnson, II. 8. M. C, of New York, brother and alster-ln-law of the bride. Traveling Suit Modish. When Mr. Wrlijht rfnd his bride leave town for their wedding trip the latter will wenr a modish suit of Burgundy broadcloth, trimmed with acal, and a black hat with ostrich tips. They will be at home after December 1 nt Ward man Court West. Mr. Wright Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Wright, of Denver. He Is a native of Iowa, but has lived in Washington for several years. Men Change Wives. ANDERSON, lnd.. Oct. 20.-Harry Crlsman has changed wives with Fred Beaver. Beaver eloped with Crlsmnn's wife and Crlsman returned the favor. . ST. LOUIS, Mo Oct. 20. 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