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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: FRIDAY: MARCH 2.' 1917.
MARSHALLS TO BE
GUESTS AT DINNER
MARRIED IN GREEN BOWER
Vice President and Wife Will
Be Entertained by Warrens
BURLESONS TO BE HOSTS
Senator and Mrs. Hoke Smith
Are Having a House Party
for the Inauguration.
Vice President and Mr. Marshall
will be the guests of honor at the
dinner which the Assistant Attorney
General and Mrs. Charles Warren will
Slve this evening. There will be
covers for sixteen.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren will be hosts
at dinner on March 10.
Vice President and Mrs. Marshall
were the dinner guests last erenlnc
of Mrs. Camilla Hare LIpplncott, who
had a large company to meet them.
The Postmaster General and Mrs.
A. S. Burleson will entertain at din
ner this evening.
Miss Marjorie Arnold and Miss Na
talie Arnold, of Haverhill, Mass., will
arrive In Washington tomorrow to
visit the Misses Burleson. Miss Clara
May Brook, o'f San Antonio, Tex who
will be a guest of Jane Gregory for
the Inauguration, will spend the end
of the week with the Misses Burleson.
They will entertain at a theater party
Smiths Giving House Party.
Senator andMrs. Hoke Smith are
entertaining a house party for the In
auguration. Their guests Include
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Marlon Smith, their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Ronald " Hanson, and their neph
ews. Quilt Orme and Henry Jackson,
all of Atlanta. Another son-in-law and
daughter, Lieut and Mrs. Alston Simp
son and several other guests are ex
Mrs. William CHne Borden la enter
taining at a bridge party of ten tables
this afternoon. Presiding at the tea
table later in the afternoon will be
Mrs. Chase Kennedy, Mrs. John Van
It. Hoff, and Mrs. A. H. Bowman.
Dr. Charles Barber, of-Rochester,
N. T., and his daughters. Miss Gladys
Barber and Miss Helen Barber. will
arrive tomorrow to. vielt Dr. and Mrs.
Entertain At Bridge.
Miss Emily Chase and Miss Nannie
Chase are entertaining a small com
pany at bridge this afternoon. Addi
tional guests have been invited for
tea later In the afternoon, when their
mother, Mrs. George F. Chase; will
preside at the. tea table.
Major and Mrs. Ernest D. Peek will
be hosts at an informal dinner of
eight covers this evening.
Congressman and Mrs. C B. Miller
will have ten guests to dine with
them this evening at their residence
In Connecticut avenue.
Miss Mildred Carter, of Philadel
phia, will be the honor guest at the
dinner which Miss Elizabeth Hamil
ton will give this evening.
The second International engage
ment to be announced in Washington,
this week Is that of Miss Gladys In
galls, daughter of Mrs. Melville E.
Ingalls, to Malcolm Arnold Robertson,
first secretary of the British em
bassy. The wedding will take place
ih the spring. Mrs. Ingalls and her
daughter, who have spent the greater
part of the time since the death of
Mr. Ingalls at their home In Hot
Springs, Va., are spending the winter
In Washlngon at the Lafayette. This
is the second engagement In British
embassy circles to be announced
within a few weeks. The other one
Is that of Miss Violet Erskine, one of
the secretaries "temporarily attach
ed," to Horace Seymour, third see-l
retary or me emDassy. Their wed
ding will also take place this spring
Mrs. John It. Anderson, Jr.. has ar
rived at the Shoreham from her home
In Richoond, Va.
To Entertain at Tea.
Mrs. James W. McNeill will entertain
at a tea on Saturday In compliment to
her house guest. Mrs. Arthur R. D.
Johnson, of Raleigh, X. C Assisting
Mrs. McNeill will be Mrs. J. W. Good.
Mrs. John Snure, Mrs. J. C. Towers and
her house guest. Mrs. Charles Ober. of
Atlanta. Ga.. Mrs. Harry Green. Mrs.
Stenart Gaul, and Miss Maybello SmalL
Mr and Mrs. William M. Geddes. of
1313 Columbia road, have as their guest
Mrs. Herbert M. Glover, of Grand IM
and. Neb. After concluding her visit
here Mrs. Glover will lit In Ohio and
Illinois before returning to her home.
Mrs. Florence Lyon cave dramatic
readings, with Miss Dorothy Burcli at
the piano, last evening In the hemlcycie
In the Corcoran Gallery of Art, under
the auspices of the Drama League, for
which the trustees of the Corcoran gal
Iery Issued Invitations.
Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer and Miss
Mary Dixon Palmer arrived yester
day from their home in Strnudxburg,
Pa., to Join Mr. Palmer at the Shore
ham. Mrs. Marchanl and little daughters.
Miss Anna Marchanl and Miss
Patricia Marchanla, left for Chicago,
after a visit of three months with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. X
Miss Ruth E. Watklns Bride of
v Charles H. Moorfield.
One of the prettiest weddings of the
nearly spring was that If Miss Ruth B.
Watkins, daughter of Mrs. Wat
kins and the late Dr. J. E. Wat
klns, and Charles II. Moorfleld, which
took place last evening at 8 o'clock
at the home of Mrs. Watklns, In S
The ceremony, which was per
formed by the Rev. Dr. C. Ernest
Kmith. rector of St. Thomas' Epis
copal Church, was witnessed by rela
tives and a few intimate friends, and
was followed by a reception. The
drawing room was charmingly dec
orated with palms and pink roses and
lavender sweet peas, carrying out a
color scheme of lavender and pink.
The marriage service w-as read In the
north window, which was trans
formed Into a. bower of green, studded
with pink rCsee. A string orchestra
furnished the wedding music and
played for the reception throughout
The bride, who was given In mar
riage by her brother, John Elfreth
Watklns, of Philadelphia, wore a
lovely gown of white satin and tulle
with pointed train, the tulle forming
the lower portion of the skirt, and
the bodice being of tulle and satin,
having a girdle of pearls. She wore
a tulle, veil with a Normandy cap of
rose point fastened with a wreath of
orange blossoms, and carried a shower
of orchids, roses, and lilies of the
Miss Alice Peacock, the bride's only
attendant, was in a 'dainty gown of
lavender tulle over lavender tissue,
with girdle of pink panne velvet, the
skirt being draped with garlands of
tiny roses and the bodice formed of
silver lace. She carried a bouquet of
pink roses. Herbert S. Falrbank, of
Baltimore, was best man for Mr.
Mrs. Watkins, mother of the bride,
received In a handsome gown of black
tulle built over black satin, with trim
mings of Jet.
Mr. and Mrs. Moorfleld left for an
extended trip to Florida, and upon its
conclusion will make their homewlth
Mrs. Watklns, the bride's mother, at
1626 S street. Mrs. Moorfleld traveled
In a smart gown of Belgian blue
Jersey cloth, with collar and cuffa of
white broadcloth, worn with a black
straw mushroom sailor, faced with
mustard-colored crepe and trimmed
with blue ribbon.
Among the out-of-town guests for
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. John
Elfreth Watkins, brother and sister
inlaw of the bride, from Philadel
phia; Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Wat.
kins, another brother and slster-ln-
law, irom Montreal; Dr. and Mrs.
Cyrus Adler And Miss Gertrude Judge
Mrs. A. W. Thompson a Visitor.
Mrs. A. W. Thompson has come
over from hex home In Baltimore for
a day or two In Washington, and Is
at the Shoreham.
Mr. janif Tirm Vlh-f It T3ls .f
Cleveland, relatives of the Secretary
oi war, arrived at Washington yes
terday and are at the U'lllirH n .
main until after the inauguration.
Mrs. S. Fug and Miss Jackson, of
New Tork, are visiting Mrs. A. Levy
at her residence in Vernon street.
Miss Blanch Levy has returned from
a visit in New York. She was ac-
accompanled by Miss Florence Llp-
scaer, wm wm De ner guest over the
Senator and Mrs. James W. Wads
worth, Jr., will be host at a dinner
dance tomorrow evening.
Chandler Hale was hnl at s iflnn.r
dance at the Country Club, Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. C A. Severance, whose
home is in SL Paul. have enme nr, tn
Washington for the Inaugural cere
monies, and are at the Shoreham.
AT CLUB DINNERS
Weekly Dance at Army and
Navy Institution Preceded by
1 Many Entertainments.
A large gathering of prominent so
ciety members dined at the Army and
Navy Club last night before the
One of the largest parties was
given by Congressman and Mrs. Ira
C Copley, who had as their guests
Congressman and Mrs. Fred Britten,
Assistant Solicitor of the State De
partment and Mrs. Hampson Gary,
Major and Mra. Gustave Lukesh. Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Day, of Derby. Conn.:
Mr. and Mrs. R M. Strnhn. Mr. and
Mrs. F. Karl Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. a
x. sironn, and Mr. and Mrs. B. L.
Waters, all of Aurora. Ill Mr. and
.Mrs. ictor Rauffmann. Dr. and Mrs.
Walter Wells. Mrs. Ella Cnnlev Col.
Her, Miss Amy Bennett. William Eric
Jtowier and Mr. Triplett.
Congressman and Mrs. Cooler are
entertaining a" house party until after
-tne inauguration, their guests Includ
ing Mrj and Mrs. Julius Day, Mr. and
Mrs. Rj M. Strohn. Mr. and Mrs. F.
Karl Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Strohn.
and Mr and Mrs. B. L. Waters.
Brig. Gen. Enoch II. Crowder and
Col. Wilds P. Richardson entertained
a dinner party of twenty covers. Their
guests were Surg. Gen. and Mrs. Wil
liam C. Gorgas, Brig. Gen and Mrs.
Tasker H. Bliss," Adjt Gen. and Mrs.
Henry P. McCain. Mrs. 'Woodbury,
.miss Woodbury. Miss Louise Tenet.
Miss Eleanor; Bliss, Congressman and
Mrs. Burnett Chiperfleld, Lieut. Com.
J. O. Richardson. Lieut. Com. J. O.
Fisher, Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Ed.
ward A. McClermand, and Capt. Ed
ward N. Woodbury.
Dining together at another table at
the club were Senatpr and Mrs. Miles
Polndexter, Rear Admiral and Mrs.
Ralph Earle. Captain Keyser. Mrs.
George C. Thorpe, Dr. and Mrs.
Charles H. T. Lowndes, Dr. and Mrs.
Robert Kennedy, Dr. and Mrs. J. B.
Dennis, Commander and Mrs. Richard
II. Leigh, Commander and Mrs. F. H.
Schofleld, Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Haynes,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert C Ransdell and
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Murphy.
CoL and Mrs. Charles W. Kutz en
tertained at dinner In honor of the
Assistant Secretary of War and Mrs.
William M. Ingraham. The other
guests were Col. and Mrs. Louts C.
Scherer.-Col. and Mrs. Henry Jervey,
Major and Mrs. Charles B. Drake, Ma
jor and Mrs. Ernest D. Peek, Capt.
and Mrs. Robert Dougherty, Capt. and
Mrs. James Lampert, Capt. and Mrs.
Clarence S. Ridley, Lieut, and Mrs.
William Hehry Holcombe, Lieut, and
Mrs. Mason Young, and Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. McKenney.
Major and Mrs. Boyd Taylor also
entertained at dinner, having as their
guests Mr. and Mrs. A. D. V. Burr,' and
their house guests, Mr. and Mrs.
Sklles, of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison Stldham, Mrs. Wiley Stearns,
Owen Thompson and John Daniels.
Capt. and Mrs. Albion C Hodgson
were hosts at dinner In compliment to
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Cover, of Philadelphia,
who will be their house guests over
Major and Mrs.' William C. Harlli-e
entertained at dinner, having as
their guests Congressman and Mrs,
Robert Crosser, Capt. and Mrs. G. K.
Shuler. and Mr. and Mrs. Claude N.
Commander and Mrs. Noble E. Ir
win entertained ten guests at dinner
at the club.
Weld nilry Is Visitor.
Reld Riley has come up 'from his
home at White Post, Va., for a few
days In Washington, and Is at the
Mrs. Mead Moore was hostess yes
terday at a charming luncheon In her
apartment at the Roehambeau. Pink
roses formed the centerpiece, and the
guests were Mrs. J. C. W. Beckham,
Mrs. Roscoe Bulmer, Mrs. Robert Lar
ner and Mrs. Walter Wells.
Mrs. James W. Good, wife" of Con
gressmen Good of Iowa, entertained
at luncheon yesterday In honor of
Mrs. Horace Towner, the new presi
dent of the Congressional Club, the
other guests being the members of
the Iowa delegation.
The Arts Club announces with re
gret, that owing to an unexpected I
professional engagement, Eugene I
Ysage, the noted violinist, will bel
unabfo to attend the reception to ba
given. In his honor this eveningThe
reception will be held, however, at
the same hour and place, and the
Arts Club will be delighted to re
ceive their friends.
Of Interest to Washington Is the
marriage of Mrs. Alice M. Elkin, of
-'-v Indiana avenue, and Charles A.
Towne, formerly Senator and Con
gressman from Minnesota, which will
take place In New York tomorrow at
noon In the Riverside Drive apart
ment of the bridegroom. Mrs. Elkln,
formerly the wife of Ernest Elkln of
Washington, went to New York last
night, accompanied by her aunt, .Mrs.
Alice M. Elkln. with whom she has
lived most of her life. Former Sen
ator Towne was at one time People's
party nominee for tho ('residency,
and since his retirement from polit
ical life has been nractleinc law In
New York. The honeymoon Is to be
spent at Atlantic City, after which
me coupie win live In New York.
Letter To Be nests.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Letter will en
tertain at a dinner dance this eevnlng
at their .residence In Dupont circle.
There will be about 100 guests for
dinner, while additional guests have
been Invited for the dance, which will
follow. A number of distinguished
visitors In Washington will be In the
party. Mr. and Mrs. Letter have as
their house guests Mr. and Mrs. John
Geary, of Philadelphia, who will be
here until after the Inauguration.
Mr. and Mrs. William LIttauer en
tertained at dinner last evening. Mrs.
Alexandre, of New. York, who Is mak
ing a short visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Llttauur, iwaa among the guests
MaJ. Gen. and Mrs. Hugh L. Scott
had dining with them last night Mr.
and Mrs. A. P. Coles, of El Paso, Tex.,
who are spending' several dsys at the
Wlllard. A small company was Invit
ed to meet them.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Camden, of
Parkersburg, W. Vt, are at the WU
Iard for the Inaugural ceremonies.
They arrived from West Virginia
yesterday. Other arrivals of yester
day Include John P. Wilson and Miss
Martha Wilson, of Chicago; Dr. and
Mrs. Franklin Martin, of Chicago, and
Mrs. Alexander E. Patton,- of Cur
wensvllle. Pa. j
HOSTESS AT CARDS
Gives Bridge Party in Honor of
Mrs. Daniel J. Grftfln.
Many Guests Present
Mrs. Edward J. Cantwell was host
ess yesterday afternoon at a bridge
party. In compliment to Mrs. Daniel
J. 'Griffin, Wife of Congressman Grif
fin. The other guests were Mrs. Will
iam Hughes, Mrs. Edward Saunders,
Mrs. R. J. Callahan, Mrs. Charles
Crisp, Miss Mildred Hollls, Mrs. D. C.
Sljea, Mrs. D. J, McCuIllcuddy, Mrs.
Claude Kltchln and Mrs. Martin
Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary, U.
8. N., Mrs. Peary, and Miss Maria
Peary are in New York at the Hotel
Astor 'for a few days. They went
there to attend the dinner given
Tuesday evening by the National
Hunters' Fraternity In the studios of
A. A. Anderson, in the Beaux Arts
building. About seventy-live guests
were present at the dinner, nearly
half of whom were women. This was
the first time In the history of the
fraternity that women were invited ft
these dinners. Mrs. and Miss Peary
were guests at a dinner and theater
party on Wednesday evening. Ad
miral Peary went to Detroit, where he
Is to address a preparedness meeting
the last of tne week. c
Mrs. Ralph Emerson Here.
Mrs. Ralph Emerson and Miss
Marie B. Ooodkln, of Milton, Mass
are staying at the Shoreham.
The. sewing and dressmaking de
partments of the Natldhal. School of
Domestic Art and Science 'have sent
out cards for a spring exhibit tomor
row afternoon at the school, S650 Wis
consin avenue. Tea will be serv.ed
from 3 To 5 o elock.
Mrs. Lee Phillips and Mrs. Frank
Anderson, assisted by Miss Helen Ma
son, of Philadelphia, will pour tea. at
,the first Lenten tea lecture, to.be
given at the residence of Mrs. E. JT.
Andrews, 1232 Sixteenth street, at 4
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, under
the direction of Mrs. Rose Gouverneuf
The Washington Golf and Country
Club will hold Its dances for tha
month of March on Saturday nights,
March 3 and 17.
Senator-elect Harry S. New and
Mrs. New, of Indianapolis, arrived at)
Washington yesterday, and are at the
Governor Ke-ialrlek Here.
- Gov. John B. Ken'drlck, of Wyom
ing, who takes his place as United
States Senator from that Stats on
Monday, has arrived at Washington,
accompanied by Mrs. Kendriclci They
are at the Wlllard, wjiere their chil
dren, who are In school, will Join
them tomorrow for the Inauguration.
A distinguished audience filled the
auditorium of the Playhouse yester
day afternoon for the concert of the
Society of Ancient Instruments. The
audience, showed great enthusiasm
for the exquisite, quaint muilc on the
ancient instruments, the -qulnton.
viole d'amour. viole de gambe, basse
de viole, and clavecin, assisted by
Mme. Marie Bulsson, contralto.
The French Ambassador and Mm.
Jusserand had as guests In their box
the Chief Justice and Mrs. Edward,
Douglas White, Mrs. Robert Lansing
and the naval attache of the embassy
and Mme. de Blanpre. Mm.
Bakhmeteff occupied another box with
guests. Mrs. Levi P. Morton. Mrs.
George Vanderbllt and Mrs. Frederick
Keep were other box holders. Among
others In b audience were Lady
Spring-Rice, Mrs. Houston, wife of
the Secretary of Agriculture; Mrs.
Lawrence Townsend, Mme. Christian
Hauge, Miss Violet 'Erskine, Mrs.
George Peabpdy Eustls, Mrs. Robert
Patterson. Mrs. Samuel Spencer. Mrs.
Walter Bruce Howe, Mrs. Hunt Slater.
Mrs. Larx Anderson, MraHarrtet Blaine
Beale. Mme. Clarence BuetL Mrs. Mar
shall Field. Mrs. Harry Spencer, Mrs.
John F. Wilklns. Mrs. James F.
Mitchell. Mrs. Edward Mitchell. Mrs.
James JIarrlman. Miss Alice Harrl
man, Mrs. Peyton Russell. Mrs. Wil
liam McC. RItter. Mrs. Paul Bartiett.
Mrs. Francis M. Nash. Mrs. A. P. Gard
ner, Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock and
Mrs. Henry F. Dtraock.
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