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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: WEDNESDAY; 'NOVEMBER 81 ItittLT.
J It r ) MRS: OLIVE HILL TO BECOME BRIDE OF CAPT. MTEAN TODAY Small But Distinguished Com pany to Witness Ceremony i This Afternoon. RECEPTION WILL FOLLOW Guests Limited to Relatives of Bride and Bridegroom and Warm Friends. The man-Inge thin afternoon of Mrs. Ohve Gate Hill and Capt. Ittdloy Mc Lean, JtMge advocate general of the naVy, will bo attended by a small but distinguished company. Tho list of guests will Include Import ant officials of the army and navy, rep resentatives of tho resident society with which the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Qalo, have been closely affili ated, and a leaven of official folk. Tho ceremony will be performed at 4:80 o'clock this afternoon at the resi lience of Mr. and Mrs. Oalc In S street,' nhd will bo followed by a reception. The guests are limited to relatives of the bride and bridegroom and warm friends. Tho Rev. Ulysses O. B. Pierce, pastor of All Souls' Church, will officiate. Mrs. Hill will be unattended save for her little daughter, Miss Beatrice Hill, who will be (lower girl. Her bridal cos tume Is of pale pink tulle, embroidered In silver In an airy, graceful pattern and built over cloth of itllvnr. Thn tulle skirt, over Its petticoat of silver cloth and silver lace. Is round length and tho court train of pink tulle edged with silver, Is hung from the shoulders. She will carry a bouquet of orchids and lilies of the valley. The flower girl's frock Is also of pale pink, a quaint lit tle picture gown of taffeta and chif fon, with which she will wear a pic turesque velvet bonnet of the tamo shade. She will carry a graceful French baa.kc.t. decorated with tinted blossoms and filled with pink roses. Escorted by Father. The bride will come down the stair way on tho arm of her father, who will give her In marriage, preceded by her small daughter. The little procession will cross the square hall way, with Its quaint colonial mirrors and delightful, old-fashioned por traits looking down from the walls, and enter tho drawing room, wlfere Captain McLean nnd his best mnn. Comdr. William 1'ltt Scott. U. S. N., will be waiting. The ushers will be Lieut Comdr. Adolphus Staton. Lieut. Comdr. S. I. M. Major, Comdr. E. I Pollock, and Paymaster General Sam uel McQowan. all of the navy. , Captain McLean and his bride will kneel at a white satin prle tlleu before tho mantel In the drawing room, rramea in uun gold and set Into the chimney breast over the man tel Is an old and very beautiful tap estry. "The Marriage of Bocacclo nnd Hametta," copied fioni an ancient wedding chest in the I'flMl Gallery at Florence. This will serve as a hackground for tho bridal party, and the decorations are arranged as a frame about If. The ntnntel Is Hank ed by tall palms and quantities of great Australian tree ferns, tho ex panse of feathery green broken by mammoth clusters of chrysanthe mums, pink and white. The mantel piece Itself Is banked with Fnrlnv eiise feins. orchids. nncT chrysanthe mums, and over all is a canopy of asparagus fern, starred with orchids. Small electric lights, concealed among the ferns, bring nut the rich colors of the line tapestry. Palms. Ausiiii llan ferns, pink and white chrysan themums, and gav colored autumn leaves are used In profusion through nut the house, and the table In the dining room Is a mass of pink blos soms, glowing under pink capped shades. Stringed OrchcHtra. A stringed orchestra will play softly during tho seating of the guests, tho program concluding with the "Bridal Music" from "Lohengrin." Tho "Bridal Chorus," which concludes this selection, will herald tho noprovnl of the bride nnd at the conclusion of the ceremony, thn orchestra will plaj Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." At the reception which will follow the ci vices Mr. and Mrs. Gnlo will receive with the brldo and bridegroom. Mrs. Gala's gown Is of georgette satin In a rich shade of taupe, made on a draped model and combined with fine metallic lace and fur. The hrldo'a small son, Gale Hill, will be ono of the most In terested guests at the ueddlng. A number of friends from othnr cities have co mo to Washington for the wed illnr, among thorn Mr. nnd Mis. S, Kd wln Buchanan, Mr nnd Sirs. Thomas Prosser, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whit nej Dall, all of New York, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Connor, of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. J. 'Harris Wartham and Capt. and MrB. Carlo B. Brlttnln. I'. S. N of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Seovllle and Miss Seovllle, of Watertown, Conn. Among the Washlngtonlans nt the ceremony will bo tho Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Daniels, Assistant Sec retary of the Navy Roosevelt. Justice McReynolds. Rear Admiral nnd Mis, Leigh Palmer, Hear Admiral and Mis, Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Sims, Mr. and Mrs. 10. J. Stellwagen. Mr. Hnd Mrs. G. Thomas Dunlop. Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Noycs.Renr Admiral nnd Mrs. Edward Gheen and the Misses Gheen, Mr and Mrs. Ord Preston. Com mander and Mrs. V. W' Galbralth, Brigadier General Lauchhelmer. Surgeon General and Mis. Bralsted, Brigadier General and Mrs. Hcriven, commander and Mrs. F. L. Sandoz, Lieutenant Com mander nnd Mrs. Baldrldge. Captain Knnpp. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Glover. Col. and Mrs, Wood, Dr. nnd MrB, J. C Simpson, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Kim hull, Rear Admiral nnd Mrs. LcuUc, Miss Kudora Clover, Miss Beutrlce Clo ver, Major Thomas Holcomb, Jr., V. S. M. C, Lieutenant Commander nnd Mis. Manning. Hear Admlrnl and Mrs. Frank Heatty, Rear Admiral nnd Mrs. James II. Glennon, Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Lewis, Mr nnd Mrs. George E. Hamilton, the Misses Hamilton. Among Other Guests. Colonel and Mrs. Mlchle, Miss Mar garet Mlchle, Dr nnd Mrs. Gunnell, Such Pretty, Fluffy Curls In Three Hours! Have you tried using liquid sllmerlne before rolling the hair In curlers7 ir not, by nil menns do so. When you let jour hnlr down, within three hours, you will have Just the loveliest curls and wavosl They will appear so perrectly natural, and you'll be surprised how long they will last. When the hair Is combed out It will be beautifully fluffy. Bllmerlne should be applied with a clean tooth brush, passing this through the hair from the roots downward. It may bo used before retiring. If pre feircd. A few ounces of the liquid from your druggist will Inst many weeks. Tills will also be found to be a splendid dressing, keeping the hair fine and glossy. It Is, of course, entirely harm less. Advt. Mrs. Mark -Brooke, Rear Adrrilral and ( Mrs. Richard Walhwrlftht. Col. and, Mrs. Dion Williams, Mrs. E. J. Hom ers, Capt. nnd Mrs, Jesse Dyer, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Q. Carpenter, Miss Frances Carpenter. Burgeon General Blue, Dr. and Mrs. Charles D, Wal cott, Judge and Mrs. Charles B. Howry, Miss Mary Howry, Capt. and Mrs. Theodora A. Baldwin, Miss Kathcrlne Judge, Brig. Gen. J. G. A. Crlwdcr, Dr. and Mrs. Sowers, Dr. Joseph Bryan, tho Misses Bryan, Dr. and Mrs. John Dunlop, Mr. and Mrs. Towell Mlnnl gerode, Mr. nnd Mrs.- William A, Mearns, Major Wlnshlp, Dr. and Mrs. 8. 8. Adams, Commander nnd Mrs. Charles L. Hussey, Capt. and Mrs. J. V. Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph ICauff mann, Mr. and Mrs. David Falrchlld, Rear Admiral and Mrs. Hutchlns, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kautfmann, Lieutenant Commander Bingham, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kautfmann, Mrs. Delos Blodgett, Miss Blodgett, Mr. nnd Mrs. George Myers, near Admiral and Mrs. N. K. Mason, George Oakley Totten, Jr., nnd Mr. nnd MrV Beale Dloomor. Captain McLean, who has been Judge advocate genernl of the navy for three years, has been transferred to sea ser vice and December 1 will take up his duty as chief of staff for Admiral Grant and executive officer of the Co lumbia, the mother ship of the sub marine flotilla. Capt. Ridley McLean, U. S. N., gave n, dinner at the Army and Navy Club last evening In compliment to his best man, and the uahorii who will attend him today. The only other guests were Commander F. L. Sandoz, who was Captain- McLean's roommate nt An napolis for four yeors, and Capt. Carlo B. Brlttaln. First Debutante Luncheon. The first luncheon of the season for the debutantes was given this afternoon by Miss Mary Lord An drews at her residenco In Blxtoenth street. It Is the first of a series of Informal luncheons which Miss An drews has planned. The honor guests woro Miss Agnes Messlck, daughter of Mrs. Charles Marbury. who will leave Washington In n, few days to spent part of her first season In New Orleans, her mother's old home, and Miss Anne Carter Lee, daughter of the late Robert E. Lee, and grand daughter of Gen. Robert E. Leo. Miss Lee Is a cousin of Miss Andrews and a niece of Mrs. Roller Dulany, with whom she will pass the winter. Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Marbury were school girls together In Now Orleans. The other guests wore Miss Nellie Johnson, Miss Candace Howard, Miss Anne Hopkins, Miss Mary Veeder, Miss Reeves Harris, Miss Marjorlo Helmbold, Miss Taylor Logic, Miss Grace Beach, and Miss Constance Harrison. The table was adorned with a huge bouquot of yellow chrysanthemums, ferns, and autumn leaves, and the favors were dainty yellow fans. Tiny suppers or me same color served as place cards. , Von BemstorfT on Deutschland. The Gorman Ambassador and Countess von Bcrnstorff loft Washington Sundaty for New London, Conn., where they In spected yesterday the .erman subma rine merchantman Deutschland. They left there yesterday for New York, where they will remain until they re turn to Washington a: the end of the week. - - . Mrs. Delos Blodgett will entertain at dinner Saturday night at tho Chevy Chase Club (or her son, Delos Blod gett, Jr. Commissioner bf Education and Mrs. Philander P. Claxton have purchased the residence of Col. William H. Arthur, l'. S. A., and Mrs. Arthur at 1719 La- mont street. Mr. and Mrs. Claxton will close their home, Beech Villa, on tno Conduit road In a few days and take possession of their new home. Their daughter, Miss Helen Claxton, who will be one of tno season's debu tnntcs, will make her bow to society there early next month. Colonel and.' Mrs. Arthur will take pos session next week of a house In Leroy place. The dinner which Colonel and Mrs. Arthur planned to give tonight at the Chevy Chase Club has been post poned Indefinitely. - - Miss Margaret OToole to Wed. Miss Margaret C. O'Toole, daughter of Mrs. Katherlne R. O'Toole, will be married at 7 o'clock this evening to Edwin Perry Corbett, of Columbus, Ohio. The ceremony will be performed by the Rev. Father Gavnn, nt the Chinch of the Sacred Heart, which has been elaboratoly decorated with palms and yellow nnd white chrysanthemums for thn occasion. Tho bride, who will bo given In mar riage by her brother-in-law, William D. Lynch, will wear n gown of white satin draped with sliver lace and made with a court train nanging trom me shoulders. Her veil will be or tullo and! will bo nrranged on the hair with n cap cnughl with orange blossoms. 8ho will carrv a shower Bouquet or wnitc roses and lilies of the valley Her only attendant win De ner sister, Mrs. William D. Lynch, who will wear a dainty frock of ellow satin, made over cloth or silver and trimmed with yellow tulle. A large picture hat or yellow tulle will completo her costume. Her bouquet will bo or roses of the snmo shade as her gown. Georgo E. Corbctt, or this city, brother of the bridegroom, will act as best mnn, and the ushers will Include William Hoover. Charles Hart, Arthur Houghton and Merrill Galllher. Reception at Rauscher'a. A large company will be entertained nt a reception nt Rauscher's Immedi ately after the ceremony. Mrs. O'Toole, mother of the bride, will ns slst the young couple In receiving tho guests and will wear n gown of black satin, mado with silver lace and geor gette crepe. Mr. Corbett and his bride will leave later In the evening- for an extended wedding trip. Mrs. Corbett will travel In a tailored suit of burgundy colored cloth, made with collars and cuff of seal and a small burgundy colored velvet hat. They will make their home In Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baler, MrB. Charles Shaw and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Johnson, all or Philadelphia, are some or the out-of-town guests who will attend. Nestle Permanent Hair Ware Done In Washington Exclusively by Margaret E. Scheetze, A powerful itlni ulint, acknowl edged by experts to he the only agent tnst pene trate! the icalp nnd acta on the hair follicle. Our Wt jJHIgh Frequency iMxAfZi" 't .rElectrlcal J-7 "'U'' sttmulals a violet treatments nd re- vltillie the hair follicle. ' 11th A O. Ph. M. tilt. 507.10 Kertolt nidg., RELIGIOUS CONFERENCE November 14, 19, 1916 Morning and Evening Sessions The leaders of the Conference are three national secretaries! Miss Mabel Cratty, General Secretary. Miss Helen Thoburn, Editor ial Secretary. Miss Jessie Field, County Sec retary. I Four morning lecture Trill b given by Dr. J. J. Dltnon, of St. Andrew's Kplscopal Church. A prMleie nhich coats you nothing. Young Women's Christian Association, 010 Fourteenth Street N. W. Phone (Main H38T. m, jaa MISS DULIN TO WED LIEUT. H. E. FISCHER Marriage Will Take Place atvSt. Thomas' ChurchRecep tion to Follow. The third navy wedding of the day will -bo that of Miss Beatrice Dulln, daughter of Mrs. Charles Grayson Du lln and Llout. Herman Edwnrd Fischer, u. S. Nv The ceremony will be per formed at 8 o'clock at Ht. Thomas' Church by )ho Rev. Dr. C. Ernest Smith. Tho chancel will be banked with huge white chrysanthemums against a back ground oT palms nnd ferns. The aisles will be marked with tall standards filled with white chrysanthemums. The bride will have as her attendants Mrs. Olaf M. Kellcy, of New York, and Mrs. Carl Mltman as matrons of, honor; Miss Marghrltta Tlltmnn, who will be the mold of honor, and Miss Mare 81ms and Miss Edth Oracle ns bridesmaids. They will be gowned nllko In modish frocks of orchid coloicd chnrmeuse made with bodices of silver lace, nnd elbow length sleeves of tulle, ending In dainty puffs ot tho si . Pntn blue tulle Is draped gracefully over the rfklrts. Picture lints of silver not fnced with orchid chnrmcuso will finish their Cos tumes. They will carry stately silver staffs tipped with clusters of orchids. The Bride's Gown. The bride will wnlk with her brother, Albert B. Dulln, who will give her In marriage. She will wenr n gown of silver cloth draped over a flounce of silver lace, with a court train of white satin embroidered with silver The bodice Is of silver lace, cut low hack and front, nnd made with long tulle sleeves. She will wear n tulle veil ar ranged In a fan shape at th hack of the hend. falling over the shoulders, the long folds falling over nnd beyond her train. Three tiny hnnd-made tulle ruffles finish the edge of tho veil. Bhe will carry a Hhower bouquet of or chids and lilies of the valley. Lieutenant Fischer will have as his best mnn Lieut. Anron H. Merrill, II. 8, N., nnd the ushers will be Ueut. John W. McClnrnn, V. 8. N ; Lieut. Alfred S. Wolfe. II. 8. N.i Lieut. Pnul H. Thelss. V. 8. N., and Lieut. Frank L. Johnston. U. S. N. Immediately after tne ceremony. Lieutenant Fischer and his bride will receive n large company at a reception nt tho bride's homo In K street. They will stand In the large bay window of tho drawing room, which has been transformed into a Dower or paims ana white chrysanthemums. Entire House Decorated. The entire house Is filled with palms nnd lavender chrysanthemums, artis tically arranged. The brldo and bridegroom will be assisted In receiv ing the guests by Mrs. Dulln. who will wear n smart gown of cloth of gold, mado with a long train of the gold cloth embroidered In light shades of orchid and blue. Later In the evening, when the young couple leave for their wedding trip, the bride will wear n becoming gown of bluo serge, a long coat of muskrnt, and a smart little toque of arlcolored feathers. Lieutenant Fischer and his bride will live for the present In Brooklyn, where Lieuten ant Fischer's ship, the dentrier Cas sln. Is stutloned. Lieutenant FlHcher Is from Jollct, III. Among the out-of-town guests for the wedding nre oul those Included In the house party, which Mrs. Dulln Is entertaining for the wedding: Mr and Mrs. Olaf M. Kellcy. Capt. L. 11 Mattair, U. S. A, retired, and Mrs Mattalr, of Jacksonville. Fla,, and William F. Clapp, of Boston. Mrs. Draper Going to New York. Mrs. William F. Draper, who will ac company her son-in-law nnd daughter. Prince Andrea and Pilncess Margaret Boucompagnl to New York, whence they will sail Haturdny for Europe, will return to Washington after n few days Bho will Join her daughter In Rome, later In the winter. The marriage of MIhs Anna Elliott Pennebakcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Darwin Pennebaker. and Mil ton Robert Spranzy will take place on the evening or December 27 In the Wtst Street Presbyterian Church In George- iuvvii. ,.ii. niiiii.j( in nil- nun vi .ll". Wilbur Spraiu. or Washington, no will take his bride to Akron. Ohio, where he is now making his home Mr. nnd Mrs. Frederic I.ouls Ilulde koper havo arrived In Washington, and opened their residence In Hlghteenth street for the winter. The marriage or. Mr. lluldekopcr nnd his bride, who wus formerly Miss Helena KUIott. was solemnized at Ostervllle, Mass., In Sep tember. On the completion or their i wedding trip Mr. nnd Mrs. Huldckoper visited the lattei'n uncle and aunt. Mr. i nnd Mrs. Thomas T Oaff, nt Oter-1 vllle. and Inter they went to White' Sulphur Spilngs for n few weeks. ( Will Return Friday. Mrs. Gilbert Orosvenor. who hns pars ed the summer with her parents. Prof, and Mrs. Alexander Graham Bell at their summer home In Bedeck, Nova Scotia, will return to Washington Frl-1 day and Join Mr. Groivenor at their country home near Bethcada, Md. Mr My Coffee" Just an Good aa Ever t Pound Packages, 30c JohnH.Magruder Flno Groeeriea and Wines, Conn. Ave. & K St. Westinghouse $3.50 Electric Irons. Donatl Appliance Dtpt. CARROLL E&CTRIC CO., 714 12th St BMrchell's. "Bouquet" Coffee, 25c Jb. Truly n homekerper'a friend, so dependable anil so acceptable to all the family. N. W. BURCHELL, 1325 F t it Qrdsvenor mother, Mrs. Orosvenor. of Amherst, Mass., Is visiting him, Mrt. Grosvcnor had planned to return to Washington early In October, bu was delayed by (tldknewr. ' " . v . Professor and Mrs. Bell will return at the end of the week and open their home In Connecticut avenue' for the win ter. ) Mrs. L. I Nicholson. Jr., will lenve Washington tomorrow to visit Mr. ,tnd Mrs. Howard McCnndllsh at tholr home In Charlottesville, Viu, for a fortnight. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee D. Latimer have moved from Drummond, Md., where they have lived for about eleven years, nnd have' taken a house nt 4025 Con necticut avenue. Miss Dodge Honor Guess. Miss Helen B. Dodge, whose mar- rlnge to Sidney Harrison McVIcar, of New York, will take place on Novem her 11. was the guest of honor nt a Srottlly nppolntcd luncheon which Iss Isabelle Murphy Knve toj'ny nt is Shoroham Hotel. The tablo was decorated with yellow chrysanthe niums. The other guests were Miss Ruth Dodge, Mrs. Robert W. Weeks, Miss Margnret Dodge, Miss. Louise Noonan. and Miss Helen Jfetherlnnd, all members of the bridal party, tout Miss Edelln Wilson. Commander and Mrs. W. W. Gal bralth will be hosts at dinner tonight nt tho Chevy Chase Club In compli ment to their house guest, Mrs. Val entine Chnppell, of New London, Conn. Lnst evening Commander nnd Mrs. Galbralth entertained at a thea ter party followed by a supper nt the Hhoreham. Their guests weie Com mander and Mrs. Charles B. McVny, Commander and Mrs, Charles L. Hus sey, Commander and Mrs. William N. Jeffers, Mrs. Valehtlne Chnppell, and Commander Wilson Brown. Chapins Arc Hosts. Another Interesting dinner party at the club tonight Tjoforc the mld- wcekly danre will be given by IJr. nml Mm. Frederick E. Chauln In hon or of Miss Minna Blair. Mrs. Horace Mncfarland will give a dinner at the club for her ohuse guest, Mrs. Wal ter Croslej, of New York, wife of Captain Crosley, U. 8. N., nnd Miss Caroline Nnsh will entertain a large company to meet Miss Beatrice Clov er and her fiance. Cant. Thomas llol combe. V. S. M. C Mr, nnd Mrs. Ro land Barker Whltrldge are arranging n dutch treat dinner at the club this evening. Im V M fk ,. . "Ktiur - ''., r S.tv mtmm 1 N, IBs', MISS WARFIELD BRIDE OF LIEUT. SPENCER Baltimore Girl,' Well' Known" in Capital, To Be Wed This Evening. The marriage of Miss Waflls Wardeld, daughter of Mrs. John Freemari Rasln, or Bnltlmore, to Lieut. E. Wlnfietd Spencor. II. S. N which will tako place this evening nt C:30 o'clock In Christ Protestant Kplscdpnl Church, Balti more,! Is of unusual Interest to Wash ington, Tho bride has been n frequent vlstor hoio as the guest of her cousin, Mrs. George Bantftu Lieutenant Spen cer U the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Win field Spencer, of Highland Park, III. The ceremony will be performed by the Roy. Dr. Edwin Barnes Nlvcr In the presence of a large and fashionable nsncmblage nnd will be followed by a smau reception ror tho bridal party and the two families at the Stafford. v The chancel will be-decoratcd with palms nnd the altar with annunciation lilies nnd lighted wlth-tsandles. A spe cial program of organ and harp music will be henrd while the guests nre be ing seated and wedding marches will announce the arrival and departure of the bridal party. Ushers All of Navy. The ushers will be Llout. Godfrey de ?.u.r9clP" Chevnller, Lieut. Kenneth Whiting. Lieut. Hnrold Terry Bartlett, Lieut. Georgo Mnrtln Cook. Lieut. John Homer Holt, and Lieut. Norman Scott, nil of the navy. They will wear the full dress uniform of their rank and will carry their cocked hats, The bridesmaids will be Miss Ethel Spencer, n lster of the bridegiooin. Miss Mary Graham, of Washington, Miss Leila Gordon, a daughter of Mrs. Bnrnett. Miss Mercer Tnllafcrro, Miss Mary Kirk, nnd Miss Emily Merryman. They will wcht modish gowns of orchid pink corded silk velvet nnd blueAelvet snslies lined with elow. Their hats will be of blue vrtwl with orchid pink crowns with a silvery nosegny nt one fork .''?! " 7i: m l.'.in' WSAY Wt .fi S3ESSaE33 te Unanimous Choice of the Women of Washington The "Little Gas Heater" solves the heating problem and saves many times its cost in promoting solid comfort and avoid ing (doctor's bills. Just the thing to take the chill out of the bedrooms these snappy mornings. Burns but a small amount of gas. Sold on easy monthly payments at our salesrooms. Washington Gas Light Co. Salesrooms: 425 10th St. N. W. Phone Main 8284 and our representative will call with full information. hey will carry bouquets or pdrajrons tied with blue yellow sna tissue. The matron of honor will be Mrs. William J. Sturgls, ofnJcw York, for mtrly MUs Ellen YullleT She will wear a gown of blue Georgette crepe em broidered with silver and a hat of or chid pink chiffon and silver and will carry n bouquet or mauve orchids. " Uncle to Give Away Bride. Tho bride will enter the church with her uncle, 8, Davlcs Warflcld, by whom she will be given In marriage. She will wear one of the most beautiful gowns seen this 'season. It Is made .of white panne velvet over a petticoat of point do Venice laco with a pointed bodice embroidered with pearls. The long court train falls from the shoulders, and she will wear a veil of tullo edged vCth laco. Her Jewels will be a rope of pearls and a long diamond bar pin. both wed ding gifts, and her corsage bouquet will be of lilies of the valley and white or chids. Dumaresq Spencer, who Is a student nt Yale, will be best man for his brother. After the reception the bride nnd bridegroom will leave for a wedding Journey, and will return to Baltimore for a short stay before going for the winter to Pensacola, Fla,, where Lieu tenant Spencer Is an Instructor in avia tion, v The brldo belongs to families of dis tinction In Maryland and Virginia, and has been a belle since she mado her debut two seasons ago. Lieutenant Spencer Is a 'graduate or the Naval Academy, Annapolis. , Washlngtonlans Among Guests. Among the Washlngtonlans who will go to Baittmore ror the wedding are MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. George Barnett. Mrs. Harnett's sister, Mrs. Henry C. Mustln, who Is her guest; Miss May Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Hill. Miss Eleanor AddlsoGlttlngs, Miss M. M. Hnnnn, and Mrs. Samuel Jordan Gra ham. Miss Wnrfleld's aunt, Mrs. "Bu chanan Merryman, or Washington, Is the guest or Mrs. Rasln until after tho wedding. Miss Wardeld first met "Lieu tenant Spencer while visiting Comman der and Mrs. Mustln at Pensacola. - Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. William Phillips entertained a company of ten at supper at the Wll lard last evening, the party bolng one of the many assembled to hear the election returns. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hamilton had a company of young people nt supper, ana others enter- tnlnlng parties there were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davlos and Mr. and Mrs. legation or Panama, had as his guests THE RETURNS Indicate a Thoroughly Comfortable Home .- VXrSKSiai im m If You Have Little Gas Heater Quick Economical John Skeltort Williams. ' J. E. Lefevre, first secretary of th Carlos Acuna, of the Argentine em bassy; Don Beunavtfnturo Caro, of tti (Continued on Sixteenth Page.; SAVEYOURHAIR IT f E" Spend 25 cent$! Dandruff. disappears and hair stops coming out. Try this! Hair gets beautiful;. wavy and thick in few moments. 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