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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1919.
i jS- JEAN ELIOT'S WEEKLY CHRONICLE OF Ci Pres. Fancies, Fads, And Foibles of Capital Society tisms Delays i & PITAL SOCIETY. TTTVt w IUness mTf F SslJlL TSHhJ 1 '9tBBLsK3NBBBBBHBBBBeBm U Bj M K llJ'r'Blr Jr B fc3BBBBBBsV LaBSloao Visit r mtttQ AdJ . Th bwt1U plan of aUce trftth of his famous line Wq better exemplified than rbjlit bre Md now. With the tows "all eat" rr tike enter tainment el the first of tfce royal via tters, and sting Albert u his party lell est to com at ace to Waahtng tee, this aheahl have boea psrhopstbe Meet SMBSomHs ' week-end ia the GeaataTa social history, Taataad-the town la eutet aa mideaauaer, wKh the litM at Lasrrel aSerdlag the- onlr Saeaeiire of excitement. the President's iUaeos Is deplored by evea bis doareat oaemiaa, and there's aa undercurrent of anxiety to everything; that goes on. Under .the atrcamsteaoes It woe the obvioes Jfjtag to door tbe vlalt of tbe Xing aadQeeeaef Beldam natll after their tee at tbe United elates, aad.. we are aQ boptac that by tbe time they reaeb TTnahlnglin "ffhrnr 4 m the Metl date.. I believe the Froetdeat wlU TieJ well or the road to recovery, aad thair stay at the White BJoeee wltl not by lUi Wave Met m Vverr oJottd hoc lte silver liaiag, avid there were aopae atgha of relief heard threagh tho bord ef regrets that the Behrhtn vjalt ween have to b postpoaad. So many people rait that they were not; gelta xeady for the deluge, everywhere la the reefdeace eaetrtet houses war beta opened, webs sweat away aad teaches of paint applied whore they win do the jaoet Mod. Aad October 1 la a bit early for Washington to wahe up aad he ready for- breakfast, so to gPfc .rk;jv "' JBaunSamBBaFl' a33lMX&1 InBnBa&iSHBiliii iaaaBaBaMraffilffl KBmWrnWWfKr-'skwS M&ZStfk X'sBsBsBsslHbBSSBBsasBxssssBsBsBsBv Vr'SxPl ffhivtaV. 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BONCOMPAGHL; Formerly Miss MaiarpWeeoii Irper, w) i. coming back to Washipoiii, ;W aid rhojBte 'fee,, lie winte. '".". 0 ' ' - - . JOJSY HAMPSON GARY, Wife f . Aricaft Dinloeaatk: aerast coiisBraht CaJrw who is hare foe the 'attain stent fee. I ' ' i MISS BETTY CaOVB, DwAhtir i Mr. and Ma. QfrUm X GroTe, who k . be iaSBiiOil to lULhmj ma hours after they landed to celebrmU, their ainetoonth wsddtnc anniversary aad to oateh a atlsapsa of Hew York whoa neither they., par the city Tbe picture of Ktoa; Albert, uaae- oompaaied save by Bear Admiral Iron;, strolling; about the streets of appaarce teW la joa Moreover, dothear ppsmlsed for the earlier, date will aaaply be finished and hMaa-frm thai J by October M. One want to pat coo's heat foot forwara wnan are betes; entertained, tfte of-what sort wf a 3hoe It 4t 4a really of coaaMerablo ad sot everybody Is asm to "shop early." -even when it comes to purchaataa; a trousseau for suehJ an Insportaat occaatoe. Mrs. Mar shall for laatance, was en route to Chleasro. whore she has all her ctotha le. for a coaauttatton wtta nor tor whep the vice President received aa S. 0. S. from the Sonata and had to oome Immediately bank to Washington. She came with htm they are never separated if it can be helped, and had to order, her wna by wire. And she waant- -en- ely sure of natuaa; taem In nnve. weald have bona -a. mt f a for Mrs. Marshall, without slays to fashion, certainly nood cJotbesr"-sm Slag1 i Mrs. Laaslag-. But Mrs. Marshall tells me that KJng-' Albert and Queen Sltsa beth were themselves the bests and very gracious and' graceful beets they Mrs. Marshall 'Beeame A'eaaatnted Oa JUde From. Pier To Waldorf, la faet, Mrs. . Marshall to . m . . . ... s r xtk, a city ne Jearnea to Know , v. v nui iM her haart t th ravi na jvtw iwenvy jeats ao. ana pt Queen Bliaabeth "window sboppingT taking in a cabarof entertain with the aad ib 3eJlna ,1 mbspsailm and Bar- oasjna d, Chrtier as bar oemnaalens. Is one to appaal atroagly to the American point 'Vbrw . It did seoa ro4hV-top4ad that no J,, m. . . J 95 m. i-.. . one Know mat TamaoMmaan rr w r ..a i. i saai . -. whiek followed the ottctaV oaoawtoui of wxlcoaM.Auraday waa ah uaoon- sdoua papshratlon of two aanlver saries; ilpntof tho Wehrian aovereigna emd" tba tmohty-iourth aaarversary of the marriage of the "VJce President and. Mrs. Marshall. Tbe coincidence passed unite unnoticed until after tbe Marahhibi had returned to Washings too. wbbn IC might easily have served to. add a greater measure of friendly Interest to aa occasion already fraught with tremendous significance. There was rather -a preponderance of the masculine element -at this party, the guests Including- those of- ftelaity deaiarnatod to welcome tat I royal visitors. Prince Leopold, of Woioit vm hava laved to be Mm. i course, and members of King Ai- sUrahall. "unar,tu- n- Mr.. tSL 7 .S H5! . ' ' - wvw w vTifaooi while the Vfee Prostaent, the Preonfaats personal ropreeeuta tlva, welcomed the royal visitors Ja hahalf of the people of the United Btotosf Aad Mm, Wimon. being a . aa aeeenflnHy hvasaa por- snha-aa- Islsaass -that duty. Much of -tho romance of history etusters ahoa AJbart, tbe ..soldier Cartwr and Mrs. Brand Whitlock ware listed among tbe ladies present. aad I believe Mrs. Breckinridge Lornr 1 and- Baroness Chisiaine do Charaman- QMmajr. the Queen's lady in waiting, were also present. It waa Mrs. Long: who was the Queen's companion next day, oocupyiaa; the motor -with her whoa she drove from one ofAclal function to another. Mrs. Bakerr wife or tbe Secretary of .War, dtda't accomnanv ber husband to Vmt YorV king; of Bebjrlate. anpl hia rpcavJiM9 ;jI; aha was nursing- . bad cold. Qaoen. Aamricanaalready'hava'aaLi . TJp powajHussrs were .iaellned to siamst nersoaal rdamrsljBad affection msagToa as to ine tacta about this far thsmCAjn I cam.thtnk of nothing; moret eaJeuwaat- to ajmtsar them to la the atpetff than the en ray '4a . -which they begged hater auveretePr tor twenty-four JEpgiMT eat beii juncneon, some scaunjr tnat it was given by the Vice President and Mrs. Marshall, aad others that 4t was ar ranged by tbe State Bepartowvnt In behalf of tbe Secretary of State and family. It was her privilege to drive with the Queen from the' pier at Ho wdy ht waatlWigJboken to the Waldorf a long- drive, as you'll realise If you knew your Kew York aad in this time they made great strides toward gattina; to know one another.. Mr. .Marshall, of course, escorted .King Albert, and Prince Leopold rode with Secretary Lansing-. Tbe Queeaia alrttle bitref a woman scarcely taMer Than piouaat little Mme.' Peesoa, wife of the President of Bras!!, Mrs. Marshall described her looks' frail, but gives every evidence of the indomitable spirit which she displayed all through the time of Bel gium's agony. She expressed a tre mendous interest in the projected tour of tbe United States, aad seemed to be not-at all afraid of being tired 4ut Her clothes 7 Tes, of course, every woman hr Interested in her clothes, but I haven't been able to gl.ean much'' of "s, description .of them btyond the fact that they were white, a white serge suit, with a small while feather toque; and all. the pictures of her majesty show htr wearing a heavy wrap for it was raining and with both head and ht enyeloped in a heavy white -veil. They also show the camera, which she carries continual ly, "takin pictures right Hp to the Statue of Liberty, as one of the sail ors ou-vfeho. Oeorge Washington put it. Everybody seems to agree that King Albert is handsomer than his pictures, a very Vkfc-oC a. man and looking the uer hesMe his dimiau tive wife. Aftd. 'everybody- comments as well on tfee. genuine friendliness of his attitude and describes the Queen as "gracious, sweet, almost shy in eighteen. BVs ' smaller. tnW hfir stal wart father: and- -on the whole' bear? more resemblance to his .mother. - Qaeen Wishes To Peuad Inseftate Like MeekefeMer Faun nation. To newspaper correspondents to whom she granted an audience' on Thursday, Queen Xlisabeth expressed a wish to visit the principal . medical seoHeges and -hospitals in this eoun try, in the hope of one day 'founding in Belgium such atf institution as the .Rockefeller Foundation or" Medical Research. She comes by her interest In' medicine honestly, aa you -doubtless know, being- the daughter of the Tate Prince Leopold, of Bavaria, one of the best known occolists and scientists hi Burope. As a girl she used to assist her father la his most delicate aad dangerous operations. And during the war she took up again the medical work she loved, de voting many hours a week to assist ing the surgeons in the hospital at La Panne, that pitiful little corner in Belgium, in which the court took refuge .when tbe country was over run. The decision of King Albert to can cel all the engagements in connection wKh his tour on account of the Presi dent's Illness and .to go at once to California, has left everything pretty much in the air. I wonder If this means that he will give up his plan to spend a day at Maryhlll. Samuel J. Hill's beautiful estate in Washington State? The King and Mr. Hill are old friends Albert seems to have more real friends among the commoners than any king incaptlvity and both are looking forward to their meeting with genuine pleasure. Mr. Hill is not the grandson of the late James J. Hill, as has been stated, but his son-in-law, having married the railroad magnate's daughter. Mrs. Hill lives n Washington, has a lovely big house S street, and her daughter. Mary William -Howard Taft, Thomas T. Ryaa, Bdwatd D. White, Chief Jus tice, of the United States Supreme 'Court; Henry Lane Wilson, Owen Wlster, Thomas A. Xdlson, William Dean Howells, Theodore ' Marburg, Lawrence Tewnsend and Henry Wat terson. Mrs. Anderson's appeal for the hos pital ,te be .esected on. the .scene, of "Nurse CavellV' martyrdom is ths irst of the season- and seems to be planned' as a perfectly honest, straightforward uneamou flaged "drive". Subscription are be ing asked in sums ranging: from ona dollar up mostly up, of course. But there has so far "peon no talk of a tion of their anniversary Just a ales little Intimate dinner with aome of this closet of their friends, as their guests . They got back here Thursday night, but not ht time to pfay host at then own little private parly after functioning- as the nation's hosts la New York. It certainly hit tbe District Tounar Women's ChrteOaa Association bard that the first of ottr royal visitors should have arrived on that particular day... Par. they had. planned a bla- he use warming- reception oa Thursday' plght, and had expected Mrs. Mar rinnrflt ftnlft rlci aBi(ttailnnftdbifx r anything of -the sort. The plan is tat'8"". " I-ansbavaad Mrs. Daniels have the fund collected In time to- present It to the Queen of Belgium on her visit to Washington and this is greatly facilitated by the fact that the visit has been postponed for sev eral weeks. In manners. Prince Leopold, the Duke of Brabant, is a handsome lad nearing sThe House of FashionZ Store Deify Y '-' i or i..-!H" yiiO IQsOrtV s.j r " ' fe I 5? ssfmBl JaTarBSA AjBTm M gaT BaBP' BPUk Ugw aaa ub usay aBnrBBBr 1106 G Street "- l.'-i Cfifc? se Here From. undreds of Models Fas&onable Mr esses sJSuits &i a s oats Otplty and Style at Valuek Any South of New York IQnalfa y&vtt :-. -kit 1H c . . . . : AlterHooa aid Street DRESSES l ( T7 m . fl aal r"r p H ' H 'BBBafBB BVSBBKST BBBBB M . ' sbbbbBT ttiii, spends part f her time her and part with her father, whose busi ness interests keep him in the West. xMtM-n also a son, James N. B. Hill, who went to Harvard and has since been In the service I believe. Another Washlngtonian ' who has been "figuring In the .news" in con nection with King Albert-is CapL Ed ward McCauley, U.'.S. X who com manded the George Washington and to whom the King conveyed his thanks and those of the Queen for their pleasant voyage. He's the son of Mr. and Mrs. KdwarB McCauley the McCauIeys are one of Washing ton's fine old families and he mar ried former Senator Oliver's "daugh ter. Until recently Captain McCauley was stationed in Washington, and something over a year ago they bought a splendid-big house in Mass achusetts avenue. ' 425 ''TTBpTfV x "i..v T-i--fissr. i ;:'7,rv - r , &&& .;"' $ Fir Collar and Tailored COATS --' to $200 ; Belgian Menarchs Bring- Costly Gifts fer Presidential FanOly. The King and Queen of 'the Bel gians are said to have brought many beautiful and costly gifts with them, among them a complete table service of Brussels porcelain, designed for the President and Mrs. Wilson what will Congress In general and Con gressmanr Rodenburg In partlcula have to saay to this? which Is to be presented while they are guests at the White House. Not only is a bUr loan to Belgium to be put over while King Albert and Queen Elisabeth are in this country, but the opportunity is being seized upon to .start various relief and me morial drives. There's the Edith Cavell-Marie Depage memorial hos pital fund, for instance, in behalf of which Mrs. Larz Anderson is con ducting a whirlwind campaign. Then there's the campaign to raise $500. 000 to build and equip a library at the University of Lou vain. This campaign was started last eek in New York, at a meeting held In J. Pierpont Morgan's library, but it is designed to be nation-wide m scope and we're sure to hear more of it in Washington. The mnnv Is to be raised by popular subscrip tion and, all expenses being pro vided for. every cent of .It will be applied to the erection and equip ment of the library building, which is designed to be "a free gift. to the University of Louvain from the American people." and to replace as far as possible the library, which, with its thousands of literary price less volumes, was destroyed by tbe Germans in 1914. Almost every college president in the country seems to be llsied.vamong those Interested in the eajapaign and among those on the; nattohai com mlttoejfor fh resotiM&n' ,ot the UvkwityV.-ef... Louvain the organi xatWa. official title who are well known in' .Washington are Cardinal Gibbons. Larx Anderson. Charles J. Bonaparte, sometime Attorney Gen eral; Myron. T. Herrlck, Bllhu Root, plans Completed for Serbian Fete and 'Cabaret Sapper-Daa ess. Rather In contrasts is tbe entertain ment planned for -October 2S aad 24 as It-happens just at the time when it is now expected that tbe royal vis itors will get here for Mme. Groultch's Serbian ' Children's Aid Fund. This will be a Serbia Pete and plates are now being- completed for eabbret supper dances to be held' at Wardman Park Inn at lt:e o'clock each evening. The tickets will be $6.00. This price is to Include both tables and supper. The stage is be ing built across the entire end of the big ball-room with a runaway exten sion down the center of the floor. Tbe program will be an entirely profes sional cabaret entertainment. There will be some especially good solo dances. All the artists have contrib uted their services. Matinee' performances will be held at the Belasco Theater each afternoon at 4 o'clock. Seats will be sold at regular price's and a most unusual vaudeville program will be given. There will be no intermission at alt. A Hickson style show will be given between the acts. Hickson is offering this season a new model -j, typa of evening cloak for which he has used as his Inspiration the old ceremonial court cloaks of Serbia. On account of their unexpected trip to New York to go back a bit the Marshalls called off entirely the little dinner they had planned In celebra- all oa their receiving line. Mrs. Mar shall, is always ready to oblige tfca Y. W.;' Mrs. Lansing is- one o -1fc ajrganlaatloa's national officers, as ayea when she was in aoap iilwsii ataa aad not goiag- out at all aha waa auKe ready to help out. their parties. And Mrs. Daniels has traveled all over tho oountry. especially aU through the South aad West, organising for them. But all three of these' bright, particu lar expected stars were In New York, Mrs. Daniels to attond a Y. W. C. A. war council meotlag, aad Mrs.' Wllr Ham Hamilton Bayley. nrephtoat: of the association, had to carry oa with out them. There was, by the way. a eonier- meeting at the WlHard thh weak.) and en Tuesday rfftetaeon an. an-, known lady came quietly fn and, tak- lag a back seat, listened to tho, pro ceedings. After a little she began asking questions. At first she waa answered, but when they became too pointed they rather reseated them aad inquired Indignantly if she "be longed." She admitted that she dldnt. "But I ant a mother: and I had sons ht the service, The disposition' to snub the lady disappeared when they found that they were talking- to "Mrs. Sec retary" Daniels. She was, of course, listened to with distinguished con sideration. In fact, she had such a rood time that she returned in the evening, bringing "Mr. Secretary"! with her. On that occasion he did the talking and Mrs. Daniels kept still and smiled. Similar to this was Mrs. Baker's dropping- in on a meeting: at the Mu nition Building under the auspices of' (he Camp Community Service, to or ganise a great national cnorw oi 3.M0 voices, whleh might take part in public celebrations. She looked In, quite unexpectedly, took part In the discussion, making It' perfectly evi dent that she' was greatly taterasted la the project, Anm beore Jaanrtea; -ah sans; for thasa "Bwlag &ow. Sweat Chariot" aad "StaasHn By tho River." aad responding- to hearty aaplaaao two or throe other songs. They were, of coarse, dallgbtedL, . Oabf the partial that I have liked to ha bash a asjsL we-1 hot. because I waaa't naked waa Mrs. Lane's opal party; theeurh she laufhs at ana when I asked her to toll aw about it. aad assured me that it dldnt start out to he aa opal party at aa. LThat faatuae. waa mssrty inaldoatal to, her having had some people down at the Interior Departmeat f or lach with her husband. It seem that after lunch soase very wonderful opals mined-, s oaa where eat West pmre brought ha far Secretary Lane te and hiaphfty got In on thefi A rain;-- aft' one ejf the rei i:e orr. -:.ti 'peni lag at Laurel. Bx famiaine race "fan spite of threateaiaajc Saturday, a- "big more brtlliaat Wednesday. Tbe metaff, aa4 Mme. Bakhmateff are. aa always, among the bodthohpsrs. so. of are . the Bftfrerd .Baale Mo- aad the Archibald Janrftllea. ia Waahftagton la stlB reatry In terested although they ere now hack at their Philadelphia home alee have a bos. : Mr. and Mme. Tla shape! ail were preeent on tbe oaemttaj 'ifsyjnfil oth ers noted were Mr. aa4.MM.1iBymon4 Pllsoa, Mr. and Mrs. Myroa Parker. ttn aad each pronitnent BaltiaBoreaae aa the Hal Parrs, the Gaithera, aad! the Whltriegea tlea. The atones ape steeesfbceV aa aaavi TOBt B wonderful the rather dark ones, Rfce lalbe. aW 'awjeasi Mxa. John O. CsBera la today aa aoaadag the engagaatsat of her aaaachter, Prances ,Trenhotm Capere, to PToderieft N. Towers aad the an oaacsaaiat la couptod wtth the pews that the wedding- wwl take place oa f fMbnrday . afteraoea, Octoer IS. at f o'eloek. It wfll of eoaraa, be a home hhg aad a very atajple oaa. ae Capera lost her tpaher only a fepr weeks ac She WU1- be aaatb tehded aad only aseashers of the two win be preeeat at html e New Totw, will the Mr. Towers, who waa born ia NeaJ e, ha.eea iilsljHsif with) !- Waahiacton far aaaay yeara, aad be aad his bride will make their heme) (vAftas Capers she's Chartotta yea kaow, ia a win thtaa-. very yoasg aad ah Ptty taat BjiyeMlas hohl he ' CCoaaahaai oa Pace IS.) tt. m Caetteretot aaaaPl M PJ -4BaaBBBBaBaafl r J ' " t" ''' aTBaW flaar a? 'Is ; Ti '-aawet - wesbVvl tjfjm J Betty Way 'I Sbedifj miiim UnthBoI Edtibb at fftjmas, Un dersiflcjt wad Novelty Underwear dc aipicd by Mfes Wiy. 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