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Seattle %Society Tea Will Honor Portland Visitor; Miss Irwin Will lit Complimented; Dinner ot Highlands. MUSS K VRI.A STOI.TKNRRRO • nil Mlaa Clair* HtoltlllbMf are •attending Invitation* for a tea ut Ihelr home Monday aftai noon from 4 until « o'clock. n* a compliment to Mlaa Janet Bewail. of Portland. w ho la the gueat of Mlaa flara Emory. llii Klllott lw«n Harrington, Mra. l>oul* Boyntrn and Mra M. Uo«a I)o«na will alternate at the tea table, aa*l*ted by Mlaa Gertrude LfWla, Mlaa Mlldted l.ewt*. Mlaa N*Ul* Kel ger an<l Mlaa tVjrothy Green. • • • Miss Wright to Entertain With Bridge Tea Complimenting Mlaa Oetievleve Ir win. of Hoaton who la tha gueat of Mlaa Katharine Hai-on. Mlaa Mar gur.t Wright will entertain with a bridge tea at tha Woman'* I'nlveralty club, Saturday aftarnoon, October, 11 Seven tablea will be In play. Dinner Hosts Mr and Mra. Trafford tlutaaon will •ntertaln with a dlnnet at their homa at tha Highland*, thia evening, a a a supper Dance This Evening Mlaa Mildred Hughe* la entertain ing forty gue*t* at auppar thia even ing at the home of Mra, J. E. <Jal brallh. to b« followed by dancing. • a • Former University Man Married Tha announcement that ha* been r*o*lved of th* marriage of Mlaa Sua Budlnger. ot Waahlnglon. D. C. to Captain Frank Merrill Rartlett. air gervlce, IT. R N . la of aapeclal Intereat to friend* of thia city, whara Captain Rartlett I* wall known. Th* caramon y wa* parformed at tha bride'* home In Waahlnglon. Wed Madajr. Captain Bartlatt attended the I'nl veralty of Waahlngton and la a mem ber of Sigma Alpha Ei>alk>n frater nity. At the cloaa of th* war he wa* placed In char** of the corpa of fly ing Instructor* at Carlatrom field. Fla.. and baa been on ataff duty In Waahlngton lately. Captain and Mrs. Bartlett wiU ar rive Monday to spend two weeks In the city and will vlelt Captain Bart Istt's mother. Mm L. R. RartlML In Port Townsend. before Milling Id No vember for the Philippines. • • • Reception Held Yesterday The Woman's Century club enter talned yesterday afternoon at the Hotel Washington with Its annual recaption, which waa a most delight ful affair. A very Interesting mu sical program waa given later In the afternoon, and tea was served In the lx»1e XIV. room, where Mrs. H. E. Holmes and Mrs. W. A. Fos ter presided, assisted by Mrs W. H. Utter. Mrs. W. N Richards. Mrs. K. E. Hemingway, Mrs. C. A. Winter mute. Mrs. J. M. Clay. Mrs.: E. & Booker and the members of the Toung Ladies' auxiliary. A basket of yellow-toned blossoms tied with a fluffy blue tulle bow centered the table. • • • • Married in San Francisco A wedding of Interest In nary cir cles took place In San Franctsoo Tuesday evening, October 4, when Mis* Elinor Kllnk, daughter of Mr. Mod Mm George T. Kllnk. became the bride of Enstgn Albert Warren Akers. Jr., V. 8. N.. aon of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warren Akera of Nash ville, Tenn. The ceremony waa per formed In the Flrat Preabyterlan church by the Rev. William Klrl: Guthrie. The bride waa lovely In a bridal dreae of pearl Canton crepe and roee point lace. A coronet of the lace held the long tulle veil and her flow era were white orchids and lilies of the valley In a shower. The member* oft the bridal party Included Mr*. Robert L. Irvine, sla ter of the bride, as matron of honor; Ml*s Marie Louise Meyer, maid of honor, and the Mlase* Carol and Elizabeth Kllnk. Miss Katherlne Thela*. Miss Dorothy Crew, Miss Mildred Jackson and Miss Pauline Megfrled as bridesmaid* Ensign Charles D. Murphy, a classmate of the bridegroom, was best man. and the usher* and saber bearer* were •fx of his fellow officers. Annlee Akars. who. with her mother, Mrs. Albert Warren Akers. came from the Bouth for the wedding, ws* flower DATES TO REMEMBER BATTBDAY. OCTOHr.It It- Mr. and Mr» M. Rom Down# will ar.tartaln with an avanmg of carda and a buffat auppar at h«M SCXDAV. OCTOBFB fr— Hr. and Mr* Darrah Oorbatt'a In formal »upp»r at hom* MONDAY, OC TO nr. K IB Opening conrart of the Mualoal r.lub at tha V W <; x auditorium at I:JO o'clock Faculty wivea reception at tha club hou«e. WKI>XK«DAY. OfTOHKR If— Mr and Mr* \ J. Qulfloy to entar* tain with a hrldga availing THI'BsnAV, OCTOHKR ll Mra. R. William Croaby'a lunchaon for Mra Frodarlck Bcntley, at homa. Mra H. B. Frra to entartaln with an Informal lunchaon at homa, in Eaat Heat tie fbiiiay, octobfb 14— Capitol Mill Oulld of tha Orthopedir hospital to gl\a dan'a at tha M# attla T»cht rlub Formal danr* at Mm*. Fleaft' achool BATI BOAY. OfTOBEB 11l- Mr John Htlrrat'a dance at hla hom» Jlho Chapter of Alpha F'hl Orr*|a will glva a Foundara' Day ban quet at tha Ralnlar club. MONDAY, OCTOBKH 17— Monday Frantic* rlub will maat with Mra Frederick Adama. rtmnAY, octobkb Reoe ptlon at Hot*! Waahlngton by iAidy Stirling chapter. D. A R, honoring tha atata rogant, Mra William Bherman Walker TIKBftDAY. OCTOBER 17— Mra ltdgar Amen to entertain with a luncheon at home for the of flr*rn of tha atet* convention of Mlnuta Woman, and In thr evgri- Ing with a reception at tha Bunaat rlub »AT« BOAY. (»CT(»BKB 79 Ha'low eeo dler.er dane* at tha fia artla Golt and Country club ftATIBDAY, NOYKMBBR It- Junior Oulld'e annual Thankaglrlng da era, from I until 7 e'cloak. In tfce Macule Taropia. MRS. ELLIOTT DEAN HARRINGTON Mrs. Harrington, mhose home is in Schenectady, N. >is xjw»»«.«(/ mo mem** v.j.ihi# her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jason D. Butler. Many social affairs have been given and are. be ing planned in her honor.—Portrait by Wayne Albee, Meßride Studio. girl Ensign Akers. at present at tached to the U. 8 8. nadger, was graduated from the Naval arademv at Annapolis with the class of lt}o Mrs. Akers Is a graduate of Mills college and is a niece of Mr*. liar riet Brown and Mra. V. L Cotttnan of the Puget Bound Naval station, whom she has often^vialtcd, Capitol Hill Guild Plans Dance A dance will be given by the Cap itol Hill guild of the Orthopedie hos pital on Friday evening. October It. at the Seattle Yacht cluh. For those who do not care to dance, card tables will be arranged for their entertain ment. Mrs. Mark Odell 1s chairman of the commit tea In charge, assisted by Mrs. James Kane. Mrs. Walter Oal bralth. Mrs. Lewis gchwager. Mrs. W F. Finn, Mrs. Thomas Bordeaux and Mrs. Hoy Campbell. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the committee or by telephoning Mrs. Kane, at East 1700. Presiding over the hospitalities of the supper table will be Mra Miller Freeman and Mrs. Mary Terrell Gleetlng. Marriage Announced. Mr. and Mrs. John O. Carroll an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter. Rosemary, to Mr. Henry Carle ton Bowman, son of Mr. J. C. Bow- ] man of Falimouth. Mass. The serr Ire wss read by the Rev! Father J. . F. Hayes of the Imma< ulnte Concep- 1 jtion church on October 4 | After the ceremony a reception l wae held at the home of the bride's :parents, 191J E. Alder St.. Mr. and jMm. Bowman left on a wedding trip and on their return will reside in Heat tie. • • a Formal Dancc Will Begin Winter Activities ' The Mount Baker l'ark Kocial club announces that on Saturday even ing, October IK. a formal dance will be given at the clubhouse for the residents of that section. This will open the club's social season, and other parties scheduled will be given on Thanksgiving. New Year** eve and New Year's day, and the annua) masquerade. The new officer* of the club are Mr. W. N. Macßriar, Mr. fj. W. Btod dard. Mr. Fred W.'Catlett and Mr. Walter W. Hi oil. • • • Calendar for Tea Shop Next Week In charge of the Children'* Ortho pedic tea shop next week will be; M'»nday, Broadway guild. Mrs. Otto Orunhaum. hostess; Tue*d;iy, I,hu relhurst guild. Mrs. E. f. Kkoel, host, e**; Wednewlay. Interlaken guild, Mr*. J. N. Hamlll, hoitens; Thursday, yue<-n Anne guild. Mr*. A. H, lying don. hoffte**, Friday. Mount Raker t'ark guild, Mrs. P. <i. Klnnear. h«*t i e** Haturday, Medina guild will he in charge. Mother*' Congress Meeting Th-» repular monthly meeting of the Seattle Central Council of Moth era' Congrea* and P.-T. A. will con vene at 10 a. in. Tueaday, October 11, on the aecond floor of the Y. W. C. A The morning *e**lon will con *l*t of reports of the presidents of the varlou* circle* thniout the city; Mr*. Fthel May Anderson, teacher of dome*ilc science in Ka.*t High, will tiilk on the Right Food for Children," and Mr*. Kllen P. I ebney, city Rupervtmr of domestic icience on "Needed Co operation." The afternoon session will be devoted to business and committee report*. IAII officer* and other* Intereated In P.-T. A. work ara cordially Invited to attend. WOMEN'S CLUBS CM'BN FOK MONDAY Ballard Alumni Association The BaJlard Alumni association srin hold Its regular meeting at the Ballard high school Monday evenlsg. October 10. for the purpose of elect tng officers for the ensuing year. All alumni urged to attend. ess Commonwealth Club Mr. Osorgs F. Cottertll will speak before the Commonwealth rlub at the meeting to be held Monday evening. October 10. at 7 o'clock. In the OooJ Eats cafeteria. llis Second ave ess IJtevary and Travel Club The Literary and Travel cluh will meet on Monday next st the horns of Mrs. John Fltxpatrtrk. 1011 llri ave. N. There wtll be a paper try Mrs. A. A. Collins on "Mexico," followed by a general discussion. ess ADDITION.*!. aiW Woman's Century Club The various departments of ths Woman'* Century rlub *lll meet a* follow*: Tu»*l«r, October (l. the French department will meat at the Hntfl Wulilnittan, from 11 to 110 o'clock. On Friday. Ocl<it»r 14, the Ut«r»tun> and Travel (lrp*rtm<nl will meet at the T. W. C. A.. 11 a. in. The program will consist of a paper on Oliver Wendell Holmes. by Mil. W. J. Hlarkwnll; Kwuaw" by Mrs. Fred Kvana: "The Century Maintains. Travelogue and the Adirondack*." by Mr*. F. \V. Mlesneet. The American ization department will meet at the Y. \V. C. A HI 1 p. m. The regular business meeting of th% club will 1* held *t the Y. W. C. A. at t p. m. At 1 p m. a pro cram In charge of the Educational and Civic committee will he given at Frederick A Nelson's auditorium I Motion pictures will demonstrate the |us«fulneiui of visual education Mem , l>er* may Invite gu**ts. • ' * Mlnnrwntlig Club Danr* The Mlnnewatha Club will give It* regular Patunlay evening dance at Chiiaten*en'a Urofcdway hull Hatur day evening. October *. prof. Chris terpen and bin daughter, Ml« Klaa Chrlateneen, wtll demonstrate the new waltz In "Two" time. • • • Alumni A**odatlnn of Franklin High School The Alumni awoclatlon of the Franklin high school will entertain with an Informal get togetlier meet Ing nt tha school, Wednesday. October IS, at * p. in. A abort busi ness meeting anil election of officer* will precede the dance. which will feature tha evening'* entertainment. • • • Woman'* Cltlc Club The Woman'* Civic club will meet for n litiHlnea* *e**lon In the Krlck mm room of the V. W. C. A„ Tuea day, October 11, at 2 p. m. • • • Seattle Itevlcu- No. R Heattle llevlew, No. g, W. n A., of tile Maccabees, will meet Thurs day. October 13, at 8 p. m.. In W. O. W. hall. • • a Sic rail (V»rp* Auxiliary Tlie Hlgnal Corp* Auxiliary and friend* will be the guest* of Mr* jA S Hellentbal at her home, flon ftalnler «ve., Wednexdav evening, [October IS Member* will plcnite he i present at * o'clock for business I meeting. • • • ( an(Milan Club The Canadian club of fleattle will hold It* regular meeting next. Ttiea day evening at tha Women's l.'nlvsr- THE SEATTLE STAR ■it jr club. Fifth ava. and Deneot at. Canadians re elding or vlaltlng la tha city are Invited to attand. There will tie a program of vooal and In etrumantaJ numU™, Including Prof. Imdlay'a orrhaatra In oonoart nutn hera. After tha program tha ore baa tra will play for an hour of danrlng, and thoaa who do not dance may play sard*. a a a ffltrtmiln GoMrnrad dub TTia Wisconsin fkildanrod club vu tnl»rtalo»d tui Wntnada; by Mr* E. B. Kuaaell at the home of Mr*. C B. lUynuUt*r After a delicious lunch and lha usual lniatn'aa meet ing. lha following program wm vary much enjoyed: Two eonga by little 4 year-old Buddy Haymaker. llano auto by Mr*. C. B nay maker. Hecltatlon by Batty Ann Bussed, iIN t year*. The meeting adjourned to mwl with Mr*. Ira KIJ ridge, J716 4«th ava P. W. • • a Allah Sorlal Club Allah Horlal rluh will meet with Mr*. Adam Hchrsffenberger, IIS N. S*th at.. Wednesday afternoon, October 11, at Jp. m. Cards and re fi*«hm»nl*. All Kaatern Hum moat cordially Invited a a a Ruinnuif Sain Th» I*dte*' fiulld of tha KpSphany church will hold a rum ma** sale on Friday and Hatunlay of next week at (11 Stewart at It will ba In charge of Mr*. E. H. Young. Miss Maud Whit* and Mr* P. W. Hull. ... Nina M. Krje Trtit Nina M Krya Tent, Slaughter* of Veterana, mat September 21. with President Margnret Nordln In tha clialr Ona comrade waa oMlgaled and seven new member* Initiated Hereafter tha tent will meet tha firat and third Thursdays of tha month at it p. m, • • • Aurora Bridge Huh The Aurora Bridge club will meet on Wednesday. October 13. at the home nf Mr*. W. A. Wndleigh, 902 N Sllh at., at noon. • • • York Community Club Members and friend* of the Tork Community club were entertAlned at the hall. 14th R. and llurton at., Thursday evening, October #, by the outgoing eiitertwlnment committee. Some very pleasing musical pieces, • lever elocution, and a abort, snappy talk on the "comrnunlty spirit" com prlaed the entertainment. A light lunch vu served Immediately Hfter the program. Piano - Helertlrm frf»m "Martha" "Ilaathovan ■ I>ream Walt*" Mra. J K Oakley Recitation* 'Tha Clucking tfen ~ "Tha \Wather Vane". Mlaa Virginia Kleaner. Voral Boloe ' lH>«vn the Trail to Home B«veet Horn*" "Mothar'a Prayar" Mr. 11. Tw#»adla Arrompitnlat, Mra. UarkduU. Humoroua Honga - "f 1 <avigh*«l at tha Wrong Tlnna'* (Parody) "in lha Oood Old Hummsr Tlma" (Parod>) "After the Pall" Mr. Carroll. fork Qnartat "Ireland Muat Pa llenvan" "Whiyi ! Ilreatn nf <»ld Kflti" Arpomr>ati|(d hy Mr* itai kdull. "A Will* Hit of l(«av«n" "lWr Old far M»» Fiiirkdwll «ni) Mr. Twnactla. KaHtatlona "Dorothy Kntrrtalna tha lllnlatar"..,, * IJttu Boy; Ml.if- Mian Haatrlra Torgaraon. A Adraaa '< 'oinmutilt jr Hplrlt" .. * , Mr. Torgfrmtn. York Hwan aon§ of •ntariain ■riant couimlttaa. v PERSONALS v Mr. anil lit*. Iu»<1 II I'eteraon, who have bun tnivalin* In Kurop* alma May, ralurn«l Ha'urday and liava token a|>aitmrnfii a) Ilia ilnlal Wiialilnfton Amiei for Ilia winter, >• • • Mri Annua Mrlnloah liaa rat urn ad In Heattlo. aflar an ahaeiica of aav rral nmnlha, an<l liaa opened liar home on Canaan Anna Hill liar !daughter, Mr*. All>art Todd, of Hoe ton. who •iwmiienled her. will re , turn lo liar home next wwk a a a Mr. Ft Wllaon la leaving next week for l.o* Angele*. whara lia will i remain Indefinitely. . . . !>r Albert MatHre ha* ramovad to tha Hiattla tlolf and Country club, where ha will rr*ld* tlili winter • • a Mr and Mr» Rvaratt Wheeler of llrllliigham have ramovad to Manilla, whara they will make their hold*. • • • Mra Hohert Huntington. who haa lieen vUltln* friend* In HelllngliHin. haa rat uin »<1 a a a Mr. Henry C. lllhhard raiurnad 1 Inat evening from HI lx>ula. wheia ha I liu l»*tt on a hualne** trip • • • Mr John lllggln* will return to morrow from a trip to Han Fran* rlaro. Ia a a Mr. Kdwartl Morgan Mill* will ra turn tomorrow from a ahort btialnee* trip to Han Frnnclaco . . . Mr* HaJf Dongla* linker will leave iWedneaday for txing Heach. ("al.. j whara ah* will Join Knaign Tinker • • * Mr Hymn Rtover I* on a week'* hu*ln**e trip thru tha atata . . . Mr* Horace I#ed will return next week from • month'* rlalt In Ran Krancleco • * a Friend* In tha city hava received word that Mr and Mra Karl Jaml ann hava taken a realdenre at j Hollywood. Cat . . . Mr Jo*«*ph Tylar I* In Han Fran rlaro. to ba fitn» a week or lan day* • • • Mm F-»d Touu* of (tpoka.na I* tha «rue«t of Dr. and Mr*. Waltar A Moor*. a a a Mr. and Mra (liuce Morgan and Mra Morgan'a mothar. Mra Julaa ' tvhnelder. of lullu, Tai, who haa i t>e*n their guest, will leave next week for the Kaurt Mra Schneider will go to Chtaago. where *he will Join her aon. Mr. Julaa Hchnelder. Jr.. and return to their home Mr i\nd Mr* Morgan will continue their Journey to New fork • • • Mr and Mra. Dougl.vi liongttn. of Han Franrlaro and naltlmore. are In the city. (ueaU at the *t. Ilegla hotel • * * Ml«* Gerald Ine and Ml** A lt<-a J ark eon are leaving tomorrow for Victoria. U . to he tha ruMta for a waek of Mia* Klaa nr..l Mlaa I m. MlrhaeUa a * e Mr. and Mra R. T. Gates are spend ing tha week end at their country home acroaa I .ake Washington, a a e Mr. R H. Htuaay and Mr. Edmund Bowden lefl yesterday for a three weeks' trip to Washington. D. C„ and New Tork e e e Mr. and Mm. Edgar K Webatsr returned laat evening frorp a trip of several weeks to Colorado Springs, e e e Mrs. J. Wise, who has bean tha rnsft of Mr. and Mrs W. J Stewart for tome time, will leave Wednesday for her boms In Berkeley. Oal. e e e Mr. and Mrs Dietrich Schmlta have removed to their new home at 4400 Reach drive. see Mr. and Mrs. William IT. Butt of Tacotna, who have recently come here to live, are reeldlng at 44th and OorllM at. e e e Mr. and Mra. I.uclua Manning and Mr Charles Whitney. Jr . Wtfl spend the week-end In Victoria. B. C. e * e Mr Ix>uls Boyn ton Is spending the week-end In town. e e e Mra. r>avl<l E. Kellogg and two children, (leorge and Emily, left to f I JrW Get JKia of ih Once on djforjJll yi If you were unfortunate enough to break your arm, you would not expe* fracture to heal merely by rubbing the arm with a liniment or salve. Th e trouble is too deep-seated for this. It is true that strong liniments ease an aching back or a throbbing joint swollen by Rheumatism —just as CO\ and morphine deaden pain. But the pain in the back and limbs returns as soon as the ef 11 JIM of the drugs wear off. NO I Tha only way to get rid ol Rheumatism la to get rid o( uHc acid In the system. It U Uric Act# / 1 1 Inflames the delicate membranea surrounding the jointa of tha anna, leg*, finger* and toe*, and tha nerft ijH\| |l 11 It U the duty of the Kidney* fo filter Uric Add (real Ae blood. Healthy Kidneys do a& Weak, Inflai I 11 I unhealthy Kidneya do not |lvl\\li ( Now, GINO PILLS heal lha kidneya—enable the kidneya to do their natural work In nature'* own way. I In wK 11 l !■ why thoae who have *uflared lor years with Rheumatiim, Sciatica, Lumbago, Gout and Neuritis, get almost iny It Cj t) \ II relief by taking GINO PILLS. They neutralise the uric acid—prevent the formation of an excess of uric ay I I 4R All IJ strengthen and heal the Kidneys—enable the Kidneys to filter the uric acid from the blood, and thus do aw*y*n« I / ) AWI JJ Irritation, burning and scalding which is felt in the bladder when there Is too much uric acid in the system. Wiw I ! zsVjfll m kidneys working properly and tha blood pure and rich and free from uric acid, there can be no Rheumatism bee. I I T/JmIII t (here is no uric add to torture the nerves. || ixWl/l 1 Never mind what else you have tried—if you are bothered with II |»/f 11 I Rheumatism or any other form of uric add poisoning—try GINO PILLS. II fl l\ II I They have helped so many others given them welcome and permanent f'jr m I I 11 1 ' —'hat you can count on them driving Rheumatism out of your system IJ lor good. And your druggist will sell you // GlnotHllsla W FOR THE JL KTDNEYS 11^^! At 50c. a box with a money-back guarantor. Sample fret an J mat IrJ pott paid if \ou n>ijte iou NA-DRII-CO., INC., - 86-68 Exchange Kt., Buffalo, N. Y. f Swtft Ph " TO * < ' y ' Cor S * cm>d *" d rn "' l srvd I day to Join Mr. Kellogg In r)hlo, to ha gone Indefinitely • • • Mr and Mra. William K Itoelng will ai«nd tha week ■ id In Yakima a a a Mra. Margaret tir«'«nfleld haa ra I turnad from a aojourn of aeveral we>k* In Kan From l*ro and tha aur rounding rltle* • a a Mr and Mra Oarar Hlartett *re receiving r-ongratul* tlon* upon lha lilrth of • ami. Jack Kh'hard, at tha Minor hoapltal. October 1. a • a Mr. and Mr*. Maurlc* MrKlrken hava taken an apartment at tha Willird for lha winter montha. a a • Ml** Dorothea l/ootam, who ha* baa|i tha giieat of Mlaa Katharine A sari for f*o wfiki, left yeaterday for har horn*. a a a r»r. and Mra frank J Fllz. Mr* Kata Mage* and Mlaa Mildred FIU hava returned from a motor trip to Vtllowatona and Olai.ler National park. a a a Mra W. W Baymour left Thura day for an Indefinite alay in New Vurk. a • • Mr and Mra Thorn*' J. Arheann ara oci upylng their new home, <lOO W Mcttraw *t., Carleton park, and will be ai home to thrtr friend* after October 1». Music Karle to Give Concert October 17 On Monday wtntm, October IT, Theo Karle. concert tenor, will br heard here In reoltal at tha Metro polltan theatre. Mr. Karle la well known. having lived In Seattle for ■ numler of years end his rapid rise laa been. Mgrrly watched by i tlinee whj liavt heard Him whan he j lias spixared Hi wmcrl here. l«at Kalutday Mr Katie rang at tha auditorium In Portland. and waa vary favorably received. Tha Portland Journal aald: "Ilia . voloe hae developed and matured ao that It la now ona rf the moat satlafvlnr r,f 'the golden type. Mr. Karle seemed at Itla beat, and when the program wam over tha audience re malred. determined to heve th* wish for .another eitra number (ratified .** Appearing with him will ba En rlque Roa. a Cuban, who will make hi* debut on tha Coast before In vadlng the fuiat. Coming to the United Htatee under tha patronage of tha Cuban government, Roa. thru the Influence of Mme. Nordlca played for the late Rafael Joaeffy the great planlet, and waa accepted aa a pupil. Joaef Hofmann. th* world'* maater pianist, whoaa opin ion. perhaps is to ba tha moat valued, aaya "Roe la excellent; Roa la fins." Mr. Karte'a concert hera la un der tha management of Katharine Rice e e e Noted Educator With Cornish School The need of tha hour, to fir w tha muatnal education of children la concerned, la teachers who are really muetoal. mentally alert and poeeeaaed of a broad, deep, eplrltual. aeathetlc. literary and art culture. Realizing thle need, tha Cornlah School baa establlahed In Ita muelc department a normal training achool under tha direction of CSklvln Brat nard Cady. tha noted educator, for merly lecturer In Teachera" College of Columbia University. Mr. Cady haa given part of hla time each year for eaveral ycara to ths Cor-, nleh School, and thin lummer hit classes were tha largeat In the hla tory of the achool. All children In tha elementary de partment of tha Cornlah receive the benefit of Mr. Csdy't Influence dnca tha teachera have received hla fundamental principles In their atudlea with htm. Mr. Cady'a work at the Cornlah extende from October to May. with an additional two month* In the aurnmtr term. In the two year* of 111 c.reer as • republic, Poland ha* laaued 150 varieties of j>o*tage stamp*. CYNTHIA (iItKY Ih taking a two wffk*' varatic letter* *ent during her absence will be anMwj promptly a* po*«ible upon her return. d Sodi©<ty aft ftk® Hanrlboir P<oi OFFICIAI. OI'F.BTB At Ilia Fort Worden quarter* Col onel John 1, Mayden. I' H A , com mander of Ihe I'uget Hound conat da fen*ea, la boat to an official party which Include* Colonel Ira A llayne*. U (4, A. who ha* arrived from Ban Francisco on an Inspection I tour, and who la accompanied by Major Jlavld UeC. McKell. ISA TIIK TOt'NOEH HET On Bunriay at their Fort Worden quarters Colonel Henry Macpheraofl Merrlam, I*. H A , commander of Fort Worden, and Mra. Merrlam, with their house guest, Mr* Made Iclne R Clifford, of California, en tertained in compliment to the younger set A clever guessing con t»*t preceded the diverting charade*, which revived a charming Englleh poatlme, and wera followed by an Informal *upper, Thoae attainting at thl* affair, un usual In It* gay camaraderie, were Colonel John I, Mayden, I*. B. A., commander of the I'uget Bound coast defenses, Major Koyal Kemp 'ireene, V. B A, adjutant of the I'uget Bound coaat defenaea. and Mr* (Jreene. Major Alvln Charles Miller medical corpa, V. H A . and Mra Millar, Major Frank I>e»ter Applln, T*. B A., and Mra Applln, Captain J-O'il* Jarne* Howler, I". B A., and Mra. Howler, with their houae guest, Mia* Eve*. Captain Francl* James Fltzpstrlck, V. B A , and Mra. Fltzpatrick. Captain Ar thur IJ. Hughes, t'. M A., and Mrs Hughea. Captain Joseph Frsn'-ls Btl ley. I", 8 A., and Mr*. Btliey. with their houae guest, Mir* I.lllp'jfi I.leu tenant Frederick 1.,. Hayden, I'. 8 A-, and Mr*. Frederick !>. Hayden. I.leutenant Edward H Strickland. C. 8. A., and Mra. Btrlckland. Mia* KJocker. Mr. William Merrlam, I.leu tenant Cyru* Quentln Bhelton. V. B A., I.leutenant Ouatavs H Vogel, V. 8. A.. I.leutenant Howard p John ston. U. 8 A.. I.leutenant L-oper I! lowry. I* B A . I.leutenant E-lwsrd >L Supple. I'. 8. A., Lieutenant Will lam Q Jeffords. I' 8 A. miKoisEmra A» their Fort Wnrdm quarter* on Tuadtay Mn Millar, wife of Major Alvln Chsrlea Miller, medical corps, U. H A., gave a luncheon which com plimented the line at Fort Worden and at which the honor gueata war* IMm Madeleine R. Clifford. the house twl of Colonel Henry Macphemon Merrlam. U. S A . commander of Fort Worden, and Mm. Merrlam, and Mlea Ltllpop. th* house »u«t of Captain Joseph Francis Btlley, U. 8. i A , and Mr*. Btlley. t'onnalaaeurs In Chinese bibelots, T>r and Mra Miller hav* trana formed lh»lr Fort Worden quarter* I Into a delightful Interior In which the ruga and tha draperies are Chi neee. aa ara tha embroideries, tha bras*** and the earring* The cell- Inga are centered by great aqua re ! Chinese lantema of painted Bilk, taa ae| hung, and tha tablaa and buffet are lighted by exquisite lam pa of Chinee* porcelAtne. The luncheon table waa decorated In hronxe chrys anthemum. a China** flower, and the tempting menu waa served from Or! an till china, the linen embroidered In dragona. and the plana car da unique with Chinee* peacock*. Rrtdg* followed the lunchaon, the high prise going to Mra. Ore«ne. AT THE CORNIS The Repertory Company of Maurice Browne and Ellen Van Volkenf AMlated by tho School of th* Theatre WILL PRESENT FOUR ONE ACT PLATS: "Alia Capo," Kdna 8t Vincent MDlii; "XeJrhlwn," Zona Gale; "Joint Owner* In Spain," Alice Bro4n, Ud J "Kldtn to the Sem," J. H. Sjnp. Beginning Thursday Evening, OcKj Four Performances Single Seat*. 92.00. plus war tax. Young Peopl*'» Matinee, Saturday, Oct IS— -75*. Including war tax. Next production: "The Tidings Brought to M? | by Paul Claudel. I PATT TWAY, OCTOBER *. 10: wife of Major Iloyal Kernpj I'. B A , adjutant of It« Hound roast defences, end I ond prlxc to Mr*. Mernaml Colonel Henry Mncpherno! rlom, IJ, 8. A, <om»nand*rj Worden Houvcnlra hiorfil or gueats. CHAfIMINO HOBTEBB A charming hosteaa, wilt •wnW drawing room*. and In* (aril* marked the brld* on Friday at their Fort J quarters by Mr* Bowler, j Captain IXJUIs .Tame* lliwli A., and which brought out army anil civilian wt>. 1 prlte Has won by Mr* I.eo< ter, the eon eolation by MM and covetable aouvenlrs tt honor gue*t* At the am* following the name*, an collation wiia *<irved season erul Instance* by -* ho*te«„ aide* were Mr." M of Major Alvln Charles Ml leal corpa, I' B A.. Mr*. Af of Major Frank l<exter t H. A., Mr*. Htlley, wife o ' Joseph I- rand* Htlley, V. .. CREKTIKQB Captain Cheater R MoCc I A., and Mra McCold, aaal*te< T R. McCold, were hoata Kort Flagler quarters on night, following the howlln' ! the line turned out In forr affair *aa especially attract' gave their friend* an opport • greet Mra McCold, who haa 1 turned with her two amall t from a visit of several mint | her people In Connecticut. , DIVNER INTIME Lieutenant J. Ixwig «»r* rhel. U. 8. A., and Mr*. ; were hosts at their quarters on Saturday at a? little dinner at which. *} gueats were Captain T: 1 U. H A , and Mrs. Inmor Casey. Completing the pf Major B. C. Wallington, commander of Fort Hogler Wellington AX, FREBCO On Saturday at the b*a> Caaey. which commands view 'of the etralta and tains, a luncheon com their house guests, Mr. ar r> Condon, of Seattle, wai Lieutenant John Harvey T*. S. A., and Mrs. Madlao by Lieutenant Herbert A.. V. 8. A., and Mrs. GardtM THE LIKE A line party was sticce* en on Tuesday at th*lr Fi quarters by Lieutenant street Whelchel. U. 8. A Whelchel, at which conr* tempers*d with wit, waa I a Jolly supper. POUR PRENBRB C07V0«4 An agreeable bride* wa. Tuesday at their >' and Mrs. Oeorg* Wtlah I to Major Charle* Robert 8. A-, and Mrs. Flnley. R • were in play, th* hlg ' won by Mrs. Miller, wtf* Alvln Charle* Millar, med* U. 8. A., and by Major ert Flnley. U. 8. A.