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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, AUGUST 24, 1919.
JEAN ELIOT'S WEEKLY CHRONICLE OF CAPITAL SOCIETY (Continued from Page Eight.) Herbert Is the only American I recall Whosp luiKhninl wra - .-r sor T-nrlito.I a head of the British diplomatic mis-, ana u-ouid Uncle Sain kindly raise its Bion here and he died a few months , , , after his appointment. Uady Herbert. ,cS"on to rcra to lh ranK ot an it will be remembered, wa-s "oae of cm bassj. which u a-; accordingly done, the Wilson girls of New York. daugh- Then came The T-ruvan upheaval, tcr of Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Wilson and and Tudcla immediately resigned. "er, MJrareI,,Uf Vandcrbl-tithdniwing to Atlantic City, where Japaa'n Envor I the part to which Pesei belongs out The Japanese appointment is still on top and air j.CZbt uas Deen i,crfc hanging fire. It is generally believed uvo or three times very busily con that ultimately the rumors that Ki-Jfcrring with the State Department, juro Sldehara will be sent over as Ue Is here now. I believe, and It is successor to Viscount lshii who. ac- father gi-neraliy believed, that he is cording to the Tokyo Daily News. isi',k,.e,y to co,nc back M ambassador . T. "j -a-uj . before very many moons have waxed to be his country's envoy to London. I anj wane(i Isn't it a shuffle all around?. It even Mme I'ezet is not with him. She seems quite generally accepted that had been in this country most of the Prince Lichnowskl. who was German ! lime since thej left Washington, but ambassador to. Great Britain before I few weeks ago she went down to the war and a very good friend of i?lr uara urey, ai uin iimc jruiMi aftcr i,cr an( lo aUond to a little foreign secretary, will probably be ' business of his own. It is quite on Germany's first ambassador to the, the cards that he may return as re United States after the conclusion of ' ruvian ambassador, and Mme. Pezet peace and they will serve here to gether as members of the diplomatic corps. Sfdehara will be more welcome than most, as Viscount lshii's successor, but even though he returns, if he does. return as n old friend, he will find It hard to take lshii's place so cially, whatever he may do diplomat ically. He was over here sonic years before the war brake, as counselor, and occasionally acted as charge, and was very generally regretted when That is Mme. Taulo de Godov who as ho was promoted and sent to Holland j Mme. Luz Mendez. widowed daughter ly.,:!?1"1? m,nlter -ere- After, an-law of Dr. Joaquin Mendez. the couple of years there he was recalled Guatemalan minister here, made her . -ajuui w lase me ouice 01 unaer secretary of foreign affairs there which, I believe, he still holds. Then, of course, there is the ex pected return of Baron E. de Cartier de Marchlenne, as Belgium's first am bassador, and to add interest to the situation, his return with a bride. Dip lomatic brides of ambassadorial rank are few and far between. The last one was Mme. Da Gama, when she came and saw and conquered Washington & lhe- wife of the Brazilian ambassa dor as, indeed, she is apparently likely to do again. For it is very generally reported that Dr. Da Gama, who has been in France watching the peace conference for Brazil, is quite likely to return to his embassy here. He was called away last fall to be prime minister of the newly elected Brazilian President; but his place has not been filled and his chief dying before he had been inaugurated, has been replaced by that Dr. Pesoa, who was "here with his wife and daughter and a considerable suite only a month or so ago. So Dr. Da Gama never took up the prime minister's post at home. Almost immediately he was sent abroad to watch the peace conference, And Mme. Da Gama. who had intend ed joining her husband early in the spring did not leave America at all until late in June when she went to Brazil to Join hjm on his return to his own. country. Mme. Da Gama Is Popalar Hostex. Mme. Da Gama was . one .of '.the most- popular of diplomatic hostesses while she was here, and would, of, course, be welcomed back with open arms by a large circle i ficial and diplomatic soci husband should be returned here. As Vt Vts Kaan rarlAr4 rn tVi rlinlnmatlr I . . i take an interest in life again when list merely as "absent" ever since hoi , ... i . .. u !one 'x?8" r them up at Saratoga, left last fall no successor having ca,., r -T -.r-.,,, T been appointed, he holds his place in I Speaking of Mr. McxVdoo-I was a the diplomatic list, second only to!moinent ago have you noticed thc Ambassador Jusserand. (paragraph going the rounds about his Another South American diplomatic ' having visited the Raymond Bakers hostess who was tremendously popu-iat Holmwood. and having helped the lar rn Washington about the time j Director of the Mint in the harvesting that Mme. da Gama first arrived on: of ninety-odd tons of hay? People the scene was Mme. Fedenco Pezet, (have been teasing Mr. Baker about wife of the then Peruvian minister. ' that, but he just laughs his great big But Peru seemed to be going 'laugh, and. while modestlv admitting through an extreme financial string-' that he is "iomc farmer," says he eticy Just then, and abolished her doesn't know w "-; that Jtory cane mission here altogether. claiming from. Still. I wouldn't put it past him that she could not afford to keep He seems .uch a tcrrib'y energetic a legation here at all Just leeently person, she sent up Dr. Tudela, and as the, Mr&. C.-.l.cr. bv the way. has been 1 3 S&i35Aly IMAGINATION and FLOWER GIFTS how subtly do these fragile, colorful messengers convey their sentimeills. Imagination endows them with the very qualities of love, sympathy, regret or admiration they express and it is al ways best to "Say It With Flowers" remembering always thai they arc best from yacle JD 1214 F Street N. W. u Telephon-s- Main 4277 7S-70 Franklin CD5L "able Address, "tiude Member Florist. T'legraph DJieiy As.ho . ' regarded liim as entirely too ms - tinguished "ian Jo be a mere rain- 4i. i. m.mt 1, n ?t,ntocirtn-r he could watch f'om not far oft. It seems that the revolution has brought 1 iutu 10 isii wiin ncr own la miy , and Mr. I'ezet is shortly to go down return to the circle of diplomatic hos tesses of which she was formerly de cidedly an ornament. iSlie is a small woman with the loveliest blonde hair, and the freshest and most youthful complexion. She used to wear aw fully good looking clothes, and was one of the most affable and gracious women of the corps. Finally a third Latin-American hos tess who was greatly admired when sne was nere. is about to return home with him and was chatelaine of the legation, and one of the distinct oeues of the Latin-American contin gent. She married, a yesr ago last ?.Iay. Paulo Godoy. coun.elQr of the Bra zilian embassy, and all Washington was tremendously interested in the wedding. As I remember it. Mme. da Gama acted as her matron of honoi. and there was all sorts of ante-nuptial entertaining for her. Her husband had been transferred to Japan, and very soon after the wedding the two of them took ship and sailed away. Just recently, however, her husband died, and she has rejoined her de voted father-in-law in Paris, where he is watching the conference, and will return to Washington with him. So that three of the most popular Latin American hostesses seem about to prove that it is quite possible for them to "comeback.' There are. of course, constantly minor changes in the Diplomatic Corps one of the most regrettable recent ly announced is the detachment Troii the Dutch legation of Jonkheer van Starkcnberg-Siachouwe-. and the con sequent loss to Washington society of his very attractive wife, who was Christine Marburg of .Baltimore. Thev are at present at Manchester-by-:hc-Sea. McLeans Go To ?aratosa 3Ieet. I believe the Ned McLeans a'so went up to Saratoga for part of that meet Theyiarc bo Ipvery fond of horses, and .usually make tfie rounds of the race meets and the horse shows, but since llttln f;u-tn'. ..-.,.,! ,1.V. ...1. Il .1 j ..v... . .,,( Uill UCAIII J1UU LIIC bh o7:iw7 aV"c,Kentry "T; ln thc ety if hertSP S' y e n f;layln ver' ' j .' . . ! quietly at home. So that it really really i looks as if they were beginning to rosxa iin town for a few days hou?c hunt j "?: ?Jce August occupation! Sh J"'-" - in 414. uic lumuiiys he and Mr. Tumulty have been keep ing bachelor hall there, the Tumultv j family being at Deal Beach for the summer in the middle of the week I and stayed until Saturday, when she and her husband motored as far a3. New York together, and she on from ' there to I-enox alone, while he re-' turned to Washington alone. About the only family, of the -Cabinet circle that seems to be having any fun at present is Secretary Daniels A good part of that the Secretary and Mrs. Daniels and two of his sons, Frank and Jonathan is headed to ward Hawaii on board the battleship New York. if. indeed,' It has not al ready reached port. Aside from the joy and interest of life on board of one of Uncle Sam's biggest and newest battleships, there will be the fun of being the center of all the functions and festivities in connection wit 1 the opening of the great Pearl Har bor drydock. which Is said to be u I record-breaking feat In engineering aieanwnne. since tne departure of his parents. Capt. Josephus- Daniels, jr., has returned from Trance, and has resigned from the marine corps. Since the family was-not at home m welcome him he had been staying' ...:.U V.I- rnn,lmll... TIC ..,,' j Worth Bagley. until yesterday after ivii.ii ins laiiuiautiici, iira. -vueiiue neon, when he became the guest for a week or Mr. and Mrs. Herbert "W Jackson, after which he will go to l::ilvigh to resume his duties with his father's newspaper, the News and Observer. White Honne Mfe I.i Dull At Present. There isn't for the moment any particularly thrilling news of the home crowd. Life at the White House seems rather drab and monotonous ! the President wrestling with Con gress. Mrs. Wilson Interested fn whether or not they are really going to make that Western trip. -The par ty for the "boys" on the AVhite House lawn Friday must have been also as thrillinsr to the First Ladv ns It van to her guests. Outside of that, Tues- day was the Wilsons big day when the President received the Foreign Relations Committee of the Senate in the morning, and had his weekly theater party at Keith's in the even ing, with an hour or so of golf wedg ed in between. The President, after exposing him self to the Senatorial machine guns, firing several thousand questions a minute, for several hours, suggested that they adjourn to the dining room and have luncheon,, and without ob jection it was so ordered. I believe it was actually the first stag party ever staged in the Wliite House din ing room under the present Mrs. Wil son's management. There have been alleged stag parties before, but Mrs. Wilson ha3 always presided at them, usually with some one other woman to keep her in countenance. But as this party was to discuss the treaty and league along with the food. It seemed no place for her. so she con soled herself by Inviting a couple of the Administration summer widowers the President's Secretary, Joseph Tumulty, and the director of the mint, Raymond Baber to have lunch with her in the pri-ate dining room, while the President and his guests were served in the state dining room. Probably the President needed rec reation after his long tussle with " ror thewSifUIco: and the evening at the theater pro- vided. The President roe3 to the ir.ai muc group or willful men. President goe3 to thc theater professedly in the tired busi ness man's spirit simply to be amused and distracted rom serious thought, and presumably he is ad dicted to family parties for the same reason because he Goes not have to make any effort to entertain them. His only appearance at a ball game since his return rom France was on Saturday afternoon of last week, when he and Mrs .Wilson occupied a box at the Army-Marine Corps bene fit game at American League Park, as did Vice President and Mrs. Mar shall, the former as the Army's guests, the latter as the Marine Corps'. The game was for the benefit of the soldier patients at St Elizabeth's which is the Government Hospital for the Insane. Many of them are suffer ing from shell shock and are in a most pitiable condition of depression and need rousing and entertaining and the fund for such "medicine" as laughter and song is small. Natural ly the game brought out an interest ed and interesting audience, in cluding General March and a number of high army officials, and General and Mrs. Barnett and many of the newly returned Fourth Brigade men and officers, and a number of Sena torial and Congressional fans. "Miss M Ilson Leaves For Extended Visit. Miss Margaret Wilson left the White H'-Uhe early in the week, to be gone probably for some time. She went up t.) New York, with the intention of I giving her voice a little attention, and nlie expected to make a series of visits including one with her sister. Mrs Sayre, up on the Massachusetts ' uat, when she would make the acquaintance of tjie youngest Sayre baby, born in February, while she w a In France, before returning to j Washington. Just before she left she was in vited to be the honor guest of an en tertainment and bazar being given out Bladensburg way, to raise a fund for a monument to the men from ADVERTISEMENT Doctor Tells How To Strengthen Eyesight 50 per cent In One Week's Time In Many Instances K Free Prescription Yon Can Have Killed and Lsc at Ilomr. Philadelphia. Pa. Do you wear glasses. An you a victim of eye strain or other eye weaknesses.? If so, ou will be glad to know that ac cording to Dr. Lewis there is real hope for ou. Many whose eyes were fulling oay they have had their eyes restored through the principle of thi3 wonderful free prescription. One man says, after trying it: "I was alnjost blind; could not see to read at all. Now I can read everything without any glasses and my eyes do not water any more. At night they would pain dri-adfullj : now they feel fine all the time. It was like a miracle to me " A lady who used it say: "The atmos phere seemed hazy with or without classes, but after uslncr this nresenn tion for fific-n days everything seemjf I clear. I can even read line prin' I ivithout glasses." It is believed that thousands who wear glasses can nnv discard them in a reasonable time and multitudes more will be able t Et lengthen their eyes so as to be ,par ed the trouble and expense of ever get ting glasses. Eye troubles of many i m, ... , sq&- r , , , , ,, &- , '" MRS. RAYMOND VERNON MILLER, Formerly Miss Louise Larrabee. She married Lieutenant Miller, U. S. N., at noon yesterday. Prince George's county, Md., who lost their lives in the war. She could not see her way to going, but she con tributed a doll, which was either raf filed or auctioned I forget which for something like $350. Washington Keeps Eye On Dozen Different Events. As I suggested in the beginning of) this screed. Washington is gettingfo ,... candles. ,f vo wer:'iuckv strabismic in its efforts to keep its j eyes on a dozen or more different; places and thc Prince! all at once, for Washington society is catholic in its tastes. It does.rt all flock in the same direction in summer. Mrs. Jeorge Barnett, who had come up from Wakenelu with her two daugh ters a week or more ago to meet her j,on. Lieut. Basil Gordon. U. S. M. C, has rjone up to Narragansett for a week, where she is the guest of Mrs. Irving Chase and there are all sorts of parties being planned for her up there. The three Gordons Basil, Lclia and Anne went hack to Wakefield, nn-l I General Barnett was going down to'-'!- Robert Shaw Oliver, and Miss spend the week-end with them and I (Marlon Oliver, who have been going suppose he has done so. I to Murray Bay for twenty-five years White Sulphur, with its tennis and n1 along with six or eight other golf tournaments, its hore show andIfanilHes keep their cottage open until its constant succession of parties on the slightest provocation, and quite without provocation, seems to be hav ing a mad and merry time. It is so near there is a continual coming and going of week-enders to bring news of those who seem to be spending the whole summer, like the Richardson aons, the Daniel Thew Wrights, and Davictte Ficklen. who has been visiting Col. and Mrs. James Ransom r:rf.T-.-h nf Pilimnn1 nrhn h-,v n fnt. a-v bv w .. v - o M uv tage there. Mr3. Benjamin Harrison, and her daughter, Elizabeth, and a dozen others. From places further afield one re lies on letters and I had such a nice one the other day from Ruth Jones, who has been up in Canada for the last month, that I'm going to pass part of it along. Her com ment on the Thousand Islands par ticularly pleases me: "It is er lovely when one can get away from the spectacular and rather gaudy mansions, many of them built by George Boldt, of Waldorf Astoria fame, who exploited the place on a grand scale, and had a huge farm from which he supplied most of the country produce used at thc hotel. The houses are most of them extraordinarily handsome, but unsatisfying, as they bear no re lation to the landscape. A few ex ceptions there are and away down in the wilder and less civilized sec tion of the islands we found the one we are going to own lor a perma nent summer home a wee bungalow dubbed "Out-o'-Sight," which lived up to its name." Thousand Island Ilouxr Has North Ctrman lAojd Style. Of the Thousand Island House she writes: "It is the weirdest old caravansary imaginable. It dates from before thc civil war. is propped up at every pos sible point to keep it from falll.-.g into thc river, and is decorated in ADVERTISEMENT descriptions ma be wonderfully bene fited bv following the simple rule.1-. Here i. the prescription: Go to any active crug store and get a bottle of Bon Opto tablets-. Drop one Hon Opt" tablet in a fourth of a glass or water and allow to dissolve. With this liquid bathe the eves two to four times dally. You .should notice your eves clear up perceptibly right from the stait and inflammation will quick iy disappear. If your eyes arc both ering you, even a little, take steps to save them now before it is too late. Many hopelessly blind might have brep saved if they had cared for their eyes in time. Note- Another prominent Physician to whom the above rtielf v.-as HUbmlttel, id: "Bon-Opto U a very remarkable remedy. Its constituent Ingredients are well known to eminent eje soeriallH's ami widely prescribed by them. The n.innf -urer Kuarantee it lo ntrenRthen nht .0 per cent In one week's time n inanv ln nces or refund the mony It -,in L btained fruri any pood drufJKlst and 1 o ie f the very te-r. preparations I fel Hhdi'd e Kept on hand for ri'RUlar tj n .r.i.st jvery family" It ia sold in Wulimr.n.i by Jie People's Drug Stores and otl r druggists 'early North German Lloyd and by way of works of art boats, stuffed fish, and pictures of the 'National Hotel. Washington, D. C, and the Wlllard Hotel the old one, if you please. "The elevator runs Intermittently, depending on the water supply, and on the night before we left the lights went out. leaving the huge place in total darkness for two hours, save enough to beg one from the bell boys, On the other hand, the place was spotlessly clean, the attendance good. and the food delicious." And then she goes on and raves over the trip uown the St Lawrence and up the Sagucnay. and a few days at a dear, quajnt little place called the Tadou sac, which seems to have com pletely won her heart. She's quite crazy about it and makes mc crazy to go and do likewise. At Murray Bay she ran into a lot of Washington people the Tafts. of course, who have a lovely place; former President Taft is there now. and Eolfinjr every day General and October (when most of the others are closed up and the people gone in September) and have lovely times among themselves Mrs. William J. Boardman and Miss Boardman. who have a charming home on the hill which they are occupying this season; Mrs. Edmund Pendleton, whose Wash- ingion nome is at atone eign wnn, and u;no is.,at thc J,8ll0,r Klchelleu herc- ,)Ut xU so next month to Bar -"'"" w iici v Bin: uas .1 iuiwBc i which she spent September for thirty five years: Prof. J. II. Gore, and his good looking Swedish secretary; J. Low Harriman. and several other familiar Washington faces. Alto gether Murray Bay is "a quite lovely place, with apparently an interesting and delightful society." Don't you almost feel as if you'd been there? 1 did and wanted to go again. nelps Quebec Welcome Prince of Wnlen. At lasUaccounts she was at Quebec, and had run into Ora Hemphill, whose parents. Admiral and Mrs. Hemphill, spend thc summer at North Hatley 'which is not in Massachusetts, but in Canada and Ora and her brother were off on a motor trip to Montreal and Quebec. They struck Quebec just as that ancient and picturesque It-wn was making ready to welcome the Prince trust Ruth to b" where things were happening, even during her vacation time and I'm hoping she will write me ail about his ar rival, anil the doins' in celebration thereof, and everything. There arc two or three weddings I'd like to tell you about an being of un usual interest, but 1 have .1 dinner date and the hour is drawing peril ously near. First of all on the theor., that the last shall be first is the one that happened at noon yesterday. It was the marriage of Miss I.oiioe r,arrabee. daughter of Mrs. Margaret I.arrabee. of !01S Vermont avenue, to lieut. Raymond Vernon M1M1 1. I' S N., son of Mr. and Mrt. Kdwaid Uus .ell Miller, of S rac-usc, N . winch was solemnized at the Church of the Covenant, the Rev. Mr Hdward!-, as sistant pastor, officiating 111 Di Wood.-' absence from the eit: . Mr?. Lirrabee has been living up in j the Vermont avenue house foi a good , many years and she and her twoj daughters. Louise and Ann. have pretty well grown up hre and have, loads of friends. Louise went to M - j Kinley "Technical High"- and later took a bU3int.-s course, and so ulie.11 the big war came along, site was all ready to "go Into the navj an 1 make herself useful" which she did very. Meanwhile, when thc big war came along even before we got into it the army anil the imv wen- looking out for likely young men. and hold ing examinations to develop ability which they might need to enroll. Raymond Vernon Miller, of Srac,ie. took first honors in an examination of several hundred for engineer work in the navy, and was promptlv commis sioned anil maybe thc little blind god was not working so blindly after all. Anyhow the direct result was yes terday's wedding as quiet as a wed ding could be reallv .nilv the family and really intimate friends a travel ing dress ed(ms iv. fullv oo,l looking traveling dress however: ns smart as possible, of navy (of tour.-O ' blue tricolcttc with absolutely no at- j icnuams. 11 nau 10 do 4 iraveung dress wedding, for Lieut, and Mcs. Vernon Miller took the train for New- York at 1 o'clock, on the first leg of. ,i journey which will take them to Honolulu, where Lieutenant Miller Is H to be stationed Tor the nest two ' years. His parents 'were not able to get heie for the ceremony, so Lieutenant Miller is taking his bride to Syracuse, j where she will spend a few day3 get-! ting acquainted with his family, and I then on. by the way or the Canadian Rockies, Lake Louise, and Vancouver, down to San Francisco, where they ll r.A lt,nlf atAnm) nn QntpmKp ,, 111 te'l Hl,-,l ,'..' Wl J-.....fc. i 5 for Honolulu. I It may not have been a surprise wedding, but it was a surprise 10 me, all right. I had heard nothing about j it at all until Major "Ollle" Newman j called me up to tell me that he had i ,just been seeing "about the sweetest little girl in Washington married to' one of the finest fellows that ever j wore the navy uniform." He was one i of the really Intimate frienas who were allowed to come to the cere- mony Red Cross Worker Marries Army Officer. Then there was Mary MartleyM, which was one of the real war ro mances army folk all the way through. She is the daughter of Major and Mrs. Edwin Bradfleld Hart ley, and she married Major Clarence Pennell Baxter, of the medical corps, U. S. A. She herself was an active member of a Red Cross ambulance unit, serving both here and in Hali fax. It was a quiet wedding they all seem to be that nowadays last Wednesday at noon; at Mrs. Robert Streeter Porter's house, Mrs. Porter having been Miss Hartley, the brlde'j sister. She was a lovely bride in a wonderful gown of lace,- with a big picture hat, and a shower bouquet of roses and orchids, and her only at tendant was Betty Matteson. In pink organdy. She looked perfectly sweet The Porters' living room, where the ceremony was performed, was a per fect bower of all sorts of flowers, with Egyptian lotus and ferns and gladioli rather prominently displayed. Major Baxter had his brother, Harold Bax ter, as his best man, and his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Baxter, came down from Boston for the ceremoy. Major Baxter, who only recently came back from France, where he served with the Twenty-third French Infantry during the July offensive and later at the embarkation camp at St. Nazalre, has been ordered to Porto Rico next, and Is taking his bride with him to his new station. First Wedding Ia Czecho-SIovak Legation. On the same day occurred the first wedding In the Czecho-SIovak lega tion. Col. Vladimir Hurban. military attache of thc legation, married Miss Olga Boor a third or fourth cousin, formerly of Lansford, Pa. Colonel Hurban came over here a year ago to report to Mr. Masyrik. head of the Czecho-SIovak League here, until the latter went home recently to be his country's first President. He left be hind him a cheerful experience 'of five years In Siberia, and he remained to be the first military attache of the newly established Czecho-Slavok le gation here. Miss Boor's family live in Lans ford, Pa. She has been in Washing ton about nine months, having been connected also with the legation, and has been living out in Chevy Chase, where they had the wedding at noon last Wednesday. Her whole family came down from Lansford for the event two sisters and three brothers and her mother. It was who gave the bride away, and the two younger brothers, Ivan and Vladmir, acted as escorts or. "stood with" the two younger sisters, Vera and Ella, who were bridemaids. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Novomesky .of Newark, who is an old friend of the bride's family. Colonel Hurban had as his best man I Major Paul Sheldon, of New York, and Albert Mamatey. head of the Czecho slovak League, came on from New York to attend the wedding and to serve as witness ifor thc bride, while HftfXffiSiffi Install a Modern Cabinet Gas Range The Cabinet Gas Range is now accepted as the standard type of gas range for the reason that it is the most desirable type to use in every respect. 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