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Seattle %Society Mlss Catherine Baxter to Wed February 15; Ten nis Ball Wanned to Take Place Next Month. Tl/TTSS CATHERINE COLONY IUXTK.IV. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Chauncey Luther Baxter wIU wed Mr. Walter Gray McLean won of Mr. and Mm. Sutherland Mrt<oan, on WMawdty mnlni, February IS, at t;3O •'dock, m Trinity Kptonofiai church. with Canon William H. Bliss reading the aervlco. Miaa IliHtpr will he attended hy Urt. Arthur llussell Oriffln (Maa Trenholmei a* matron of honor. Mr. I>wight Hartman will be heat man. and tlw usher* are to l<e Mr Taylor M tlreen. Mr William II ftrtnker. Mr. Inland I. Toltnaa and Mr. Samuel Chamberlln. A reception will follow the cere mony at the home of Mr and Mm. tlaxt-'r for ralallvea aud Ultimata frtMldn Mim Baiter I* a gradual* of the Vnlvermlty of Washington and a member of Kappa Kappa tlamm* aororit v. Mr. Mi Lean atao gradu ated from tha university and I* af filiated with I'hl tlumma Iwlta fraternity. • • • Date for Tennis Ball Set The Tennis haH. which l» alway* eager'* ant id rated, will take place aarlier than u«ual this rear, ao the advisory boanl of the rlub an nounce* February 1# 1* the data •et for the affair and It will bo given In Chrtnteosen'* halL Tha new* that will bo greeted with pleasure by the younger art la the derision that a ball room will be added to the attractive lltt:« clubhouse on tha lake ahorw, and the proceeds from thla ball wul basin the fund. The total receipt* from tha bene fit bndte tea and musical# given at tha Masonic Temple on December :t were »i«# 30. The total expense. ll'l (0. leaving H0« 70 net. Pretty Tea Given for Miss Dickey A very rretty tea and mine*! Imhiiii fhoirr «w (irn thla nft ernomi by Mr*. U. M. I'i.k»y u ■ compliment to her Msttriii !>«, Mua Ida I>trk»y. whw rnnic otent to Mr. William Itoun.ly of Kent was recently announced. Artistic buskets of anutler.l adorned th» room*, and the tea table waa centered by a dainty lit tle brKlo In her bridal robes, aur rounded by Columbia rosea ar range.! In small vasea, and pink taper:" In sltyer holders. AlterruiUn* at tb« urns were Mr#. Albert Daub, Mm. Henry Waechter, Mr*. C. C. Klison »r 1 Mr*. George Tbomdyke. Aaatatinc were Mr*. C. C. Pack, Mlsa Bfrtili* Wrtsht. Ms* Bertha Brackett. Mi« Katherine Howard and tluu I >ort> tby Dickey. Luncheon for Mrs. Huteson Mra. June* Hamilton d« Veuve haa mended invltatlona to ten friend* for a luncheon at her apart ment* Ttttnday afternoon, entertain ing for llrt. Trafford Huteoon, who haa recently returned from the Fait Only close friends of Mrs. lluleaon hate been invited. • as Miss Leonard to Entertain at Luncheon On Monday afternoon Mm OH re l>eonard will entertain with a lunch eon of twelve cover* at the Sunset club, complimenting Mle* Nellie Fel ger, who is leaving nest week for a visit In California. • • • Tea Compliments Miss Bruhn Miss Mary Klizabeth Reiadorf and Mies Alberta Hchram were Jolrt host ewe* this afternoon, entertain ing with a tea at the home of Mi** Rel*dorf for the pleasure of Mwj Clara Bnihn. of Toppemeh. the guest of Miss Jean Fox. A charming basket of yellow chrysanthemum*, freesias, and fra grant spring blossoms made an at tractive, center for the tea table, and baskets of spring flowers dec orated the rooms. Assisting were Mia* laahel Un der. Miss Jean Fox, Mim* Katherinc Hchram. Miss Marion f'eplow, MLts Mary Hawley and Misa IWn Ing liah. see Reception Will Honor Mme. Schumann-Heinle Honoring Mme. Schumann llelnk. Sigma. Chi fraternity, un<h-r the auspices of the Mothers* club, will en tertain with a reception at the fraternity house, 4505 lStlt ave N. K, Tu**flay afternoon, January 17 # from % until 5 o'clock- ftne of Mm». Hchtimann-Helnk's sons Is a member of Higma Chi. • • • Schedule for Orthopedic Tea Shop Next Week The guild* in < harge of the Ortho pedic Tea shop next Week will be a* follows: Monday, Trinity parish, MrM. Harding flow, host- s; Tuesilay, St. Mark's guild of St. Mark's fhurch, Mrs. J. B. Moore hostena; Wednesday, We*tmin«t»-r Presbyter lan church, Mr*. Armstrong, hc>*tess; Thursday, Ht. Margaret's guil«l of St. Mark's church, Mr*. J. A. Barbour, hostess; Friday, Alkl auxiliary, Mrs Charle* Qaffner, chairman; Satur day. Frlnk I'nrk guild. Mr*. W. f. Mile*, chairman. "•S&' "I Have Only Myself to Blame" E£gSS and Living B 7 PRINCESS BIBESCO The Post-Intelligencer 9 (Kliznbeth Asquith, daughter of the former Prime Minister of England) Next SlinClciy With a beautiful ceremony in Trinity church, Miss Edith Redfield became-the hridr of Lieutenant Commander Albert Harold Rooks, on Wednesday evening, January 11, at 8:30 o'clock.—Portrait by M. P. hirkpatriek, llunhnell ntudio. Mrs. Turner Gives Tea at College Club I With Mim Amy Smith. executive »e**retary of the North w*«t field roro | mil tee of the You UK Womro'i ("brta ■ tiMn asuoctatlon, tu the honor ru<-*t. : Mr*. I. I*. Tunwr »u hnihfw at * ' It given at the Cbllnr' club jester day afternoon at 3 o'cicxk Minn Smith (poke on her work'm Mrr» . tary of the Northwest field commit I teo. a • • I Afternoon Will !Compliment Mrs. Payne Mrs. llaudt C. Ramsay haa In rited ei*ht frter.d* for two tables of bridge at her home n»*t Friday after noon a* a compliment to Mrs W 11. Payne, who la leaving ahortly for • i trip to Peru. I• • * Dinner Compliments V isitors t Mr. anr% Mra. Xtira Oi»« enter lain ed with a dinner of twelve cov era at their home Thursday evening, complimentary to Mr. and Mra. O. , <>. Stephenson. of Wenstchee. who are visiting friend* In the city. • • • University Golf Club to Entertain The I'nlver*ity Golf club will meet next Wednesday evening at the Home Economics building on the campus for the snnual election of i officers. Following the business i meeting a dance and card party will ibe given. The committee In charge Includes Mrs. Harlan lime*. Miss Amery and Mr. George McCriim. Mr*. Fred Ayer and Ml*s Mllnora Roberts will receive the guests. • • s Mr. and Mrs. Ayer Hosts . Mr. ami Mm. Yr*A C. Ayer w**tv hoatir at an Inform*! dinner, follows] by car tin, at their home laat evminj • • • Mrs. Homes Entertains for Eastern Guests Compliment in* Mr*. T. A. I>. Jonen and Mra. JtaJphma Millar, who nro K-»*t«rn vlnitom In town. Mra. Don* aid ftarne* fn(i*rtu!n«Ml with a de lightful tea at the Hurtfl* t club >m Utdijr afternoon. I'.om bu'lK, freealu*. rwrnt pen* and tulip* in * harming arrangement were uaed on tM tea table, and bo* keiM of ail th#» early spring hloiMmvi w#-re placed about the drawing room and hall. Mr*. KrancU Hrook*. Mm, Charl«»* P. Cline, Mr*. Al(<»n W. I .'origin! an>l Mr*. Jamn 'Jarfl«-ld Eddgr of Kv*-rctt rcceivrd with th« ho*tf»* anil honor .md Mr*. lUrhard Pfrry, Mr*. <!forr>- Wurrni Boole, Mm. Wallaca Own Collin* nrifl Mr j Gr**«r alternated at th» urn*. MRS. ALBERT HAROLD ROOKS Xo-llost Dinner and Theatre Party Mr. and Mm. Crunk Batea. Dr and Mm: Walter Hoffman, Mr and Mm T. It. Cole* ami Mr. and Mr* Kred C. Avr r rumpoM a bridre club who Kill hlSe a no hoot dinner at the N'orlhold Inn thla evening ami later attend the performance a t the Moore. Hostess to Card Club Mr*. I>onai«J U. HatNT wlll b* hurt**! to th« rrlembera of her card club «t her home neat Tuemlay afur noon. • • • Pretty Wedding Solemnized The marriage of Miss Rita L. Mc- Birnie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Da vld 8. Mcßlrnle, of Cheyenne, Wyo., to Mr. Virgil Overton Bettner, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hettner. of Ana roc lee, wit* solemnised Thorwlav evening. January 12. at the h*»me of l»r and Mrs. V. V. Williams. Dr. John B. McLauchlan reading th* service at I o'clock. In the presence of fifty relative* and friend*. Two large American flag* were draped In the sun room, and with tall taper* and potted plants formed a beautiful background for the altar. The Impressive ring wr\loe of the Kpiacopal church wan used, the rins being presented on a white xatln rib bon. attached to the handle of a dainty bosket of white carnations, which carried by little Helen Rlgg* a* flower girl, who waa fmcked In white organdie and preceded th» bride, who entered on the arm of her mother. The bride was attired In whit* Heorgette crepe and white natin. and her tuile veil was arranged with m coronet of orange blossom*. Her flowers were carnation* and lliiea of-the valley. Ml** fiwendolyn Itlgg* Played the Wedding March .aid Mr. P. J. Mcßlroejr wa* beat man. following the ceremony, a recep. Hon was held. Receiving with the bride and groom were Dr. and Mrs. V. V. William.*. Mr*. David M. Mctllr nie arid Mr*. M. C. M< Itirtiie, mother and grandmother of the bride, and Mrs. H. Itettncr, mother of th groom. A*«iatlng about the room* wr« Mr*. W. W. Rlgg*, Mr*. C. W. ijindl* and Mr*. David Allen. After a wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. llcttner will be at homo In Anacortex. The bride attended Ml** Collins' school, in Vancouver, H. C. She I* a granddaughter of MiJ. Hurry linker. 11. M. S, and Mr. l-'i.tn< is D< Iks. of Nasby, N. If. Mr. Hettner, who I* a mem ber of an old Southern family, attend ed Hut (University of Washington. Queen i lly Sunshine < luh Queen City Runtime club will meet ai tlic Mn*onlr» Temple, Tne*. day, January J7, at 2 p. m. Card*. All Kn*tern HUr* and friend* In vited. THE SKATTT.E STAT! Personal Mrm. Iv-lphlna Miller, who ha* been visiting her brother In law and sister. Mr. and Mr* Charl«* F. Oil". th« first of liwmbcr. *lll leave January !) for her homo to UtunfonL Conn. • • • Mr*. WlTllam F. J inn left last evening for I'xul'iu Cat , for a two month*' visit. During h«-r absence Mr. I-inn will b« dotuiulrd at the Coilcgn club. • • • Mr and Mr*. II k date* are plan ning to leave nest Thursday for ft three months trip In California. . . • Mr*. J. J llorrlon. who ha* been the guest of her brother In law and slater. Mr. and Mrs. It I. (tales. loft Friday for her home In Minneapolis. • * * Mr*. )*4ward Hale and little da ugh ter Hetty left (MlmUy for Sail Francisco, where they will Join Mr. Ilaig and remain for several month*. • * * Mi** Anna Hogq |* the weekend guest of Ml** Phoelie Nell Tidmarsh ut her homo at the Highland*. • • * Mr. and Mr*. Jack Welsh. who have lieen In Spokane for the past few month*. have returned to make their homo in this city. • * * Mr and Mr*. Forrest P Balyent and daughter have r»mo»«l from their home at 1&34 Frlnk hlvd. to the Sheridan upartmonts for tho winter. • * * Mis* Oetavla Mufphy, with her sis ter, Mr*. Lucy Turner, are leaving In al>out a fori night for Ij» Jul la. Cnl , to upend the remainder of the winter. e e e Mr*. W. 11. Wright nnd daughter, M:i* Margaret Wright, who have l>een spending several monlha In the city, will leave the Inst of the month for Chicago, where they will remain indefinitely. • • * Ml** Marian PtrlMMl. who ha* been the guest of her "inter, Mi*l Kugenle Parlmon, for the puat tkre* Week*, left Wednesday for her homo In Montreal. She will visit In Spo kane, Duluth and Chicago cn route. John Hay P. T. A. John Hay P T. A. will meet at lh« school Tuesday, January 17, at 3 p. m. I.i observance of Thrift week, Mrs. J. V. Smith of the Northwest Trust and State 1 xink will speak on '"Die llouMehnl I Budget." r.ifreslunetits will u> served during the social hour. I'hl Ivappa Slgnut Mother*' Club I'hl Kappa Hlgma Mothero' club will meet at the chapter hoiuto, Thursday, January 19, at 1.30 p. m. WOMEN'S CLUBS cm iin ron monda* Mallard Wnnteai'* fltrtalUn TntlllKTMlM'tt I tlbHI Tha Mallard Women'a Chrlatlan Temperama I'nlon will glva lha f«l --lowing pHwram at the Mallard I'rea bytarlan church, iiirnrr 17th ava. N. W. and Market at , Monday availing. January it: t'rrahvlerls,! ehnreh rfcalr H« ri|ttMr« (railing md pr»r ar > !*•* " t. Wllhelm. f.aatur of lit* lUtl*ril I'rM byl*rl*n « hutch \u«»l mjto tip Mrs Mau4« K. Th«mM. tnlrwluvlury l>y Mr® UUIAA King ln|, *rt*l« qugrt «t M *L rhurrh Ail<irr•• bf It** M A Mglth««g. P** l*f Kir*! I'rrihri'rUn rhurrh. Unln hf Mr. f Itla< li•(»*»• A«l<tr«ag. Ural N«icf«lHoM tOnfurt by Mr. ¥. A Magalima. proliiMtlAn »v*nt. , heading, *v«r flif," bf Mr* Kmm» Anil«rg»tt. Oilman l**rk M K •luirh MUiiltnf, "AmwlPt " • • • Olympic Cirri* No. *7 ' Olympic flnia No. 17, Nclghl*«r« of Woodcraft, will hold a lament rani imrty Monday avenlng. January I*. at II o'clock In Woog'a hall, Mal> lard. Public cordially Invited. Card* und rvfraahmaiita. a a a Clu»|>lcr v. r. »c o. Chapter V, I". K <>. will meet with Mra. O .1 C. Imtlon. 2111 Mroadway |N . Morula y afternoon, Inatead of I with Xlra. Mtaaa, u* prevloualy an i nounccd. a a a King Cnwnly I federal km Tha Klna County Ke«t eratlon will rm-rt Monday, January It. n» 3 p. In. In the aeconil floor |club rooma at tha TW.C. A, The Women'a anwlatton of lha Flrat |Ve«bytrrlan church will have charge of the folktwing program Mualc |«y Mr Marry A. MurdM-k and Mra tllorla Da Knatel. Mlaa Clara M Hunt will apeak on •'Tlie Munrhlne of He attic", Mra. I*. I* Mhotwcll, preaident of the Muth achool. on "The Kun flower* by the Wayside"; fir llattie Hlaughter will apeak on "Tha Hneak Thief In Our Mldat," 4 and I>r Kuaaall K. Thrapp on l<ome Crying S'eeda of jßeattle Mra, || U Wllke. pr*ui dent of the aaaoclatlon, will act aa i hutrman. Mfe< utlve meeting at I a a a Myrtle Chapter, O R. N. Myrtle chapter, ti K H, will meet Monday, January 1«, at * p m In | tha Corinthian room at the Maaouic temple. a a a Aanllary, Maple laaf fwl Tha I»dle«' auxiliary to Maple '"f poat. So, 11. American (region, will glva a dance In Mocwevelt hall Monday, January I« All welcome. Qo"n \nrtf Clrrlr of Frull and I lower Ml»l*n The rfmUr m*riiti| of the Queen Ann* rircla of (he Knjll and Flower Mlaalon will be held Monday, Janu »ry l«. at the |o«ne of Mr*. Char lee linn, 100 W Mfiiniw it Alt day meetin*. Imimrun! buiineaa will be transacted. e e e Annaal Mi*4bi( of T ff C A. The annual mr«tin| of (hp Younc j Wom'n'i Chrttluu) mwrltl ion will h'M on Monday at five j o'clock. when truateea for the nnu ' in# year will be elected. Following I the meeting a dinner will be **rved in the cafeteria, to which all Iwni jlwri Of the a»*o. latlon and friend* are Itfirl* of all com mitteew and department* and a pro gram will follow the dinner )!wr vation* »hould be made nol lalrr than Haturday evening for tbe din ner. • a • ADDITIONAL Ct.t m Women' l " century Club The art department of the Worn en's Century club will hold |(a an nual Indoor plcnle at the home .of Mr*. Blake I>. Mill*. *3* 2.* d ave V . Monday, January It, at 1 p m The program w ill constat of talka on "The ftetilptum and Mural* of the Pacific Coast," by Mr*. K. W Bert. Jr . and Mr*. JeMtie M Flltott. and on "Krnyon Co*." by Mra. J. 11. Hill The French department will meet at Ih* Hotel Waahington at It a. m The Spanish department rae»u Wed nesday at 10:10 a. m e • e I July Facie* l-ady Kagle* will ny-et Wednesday. January 21, In the M. K II A hall on First ave. Luncheon at 1 p. in followed by carda und Installation of officer*. e e e Trustees of IVdrralnl flub* to Meet The tru*tee* of the Henttle Foil era tlon of Women'* club* will meet Tuesday, January 17, 10 SO a. to., at the Uubhuuae. • e e Business and Professional Women'* Club On Tuesday, January 17, the Peat tie Business and Professional Worn en'* club will hold a closed meeting DATES TO REMEMBER #*Tl RI»AY, JAM %RY 14— Tt'lo rlub'fl Annual ilanra In R. O T. (' irmrtrv on tha rimpui. MIIMMV, 4AM \HY »• Mr* Thnmaa hi|h will romptlmant Mr* liaymomt Kan nrr »iIH * brldir# luim lifnn at homt. Tl MIIAT, JAM AKY IT— C«r<l |>ir|jr at llia lliinffalow t f Italnior rhaptar, P. A. 11.. at 1 o'clock. Wt.HNKMIIAT. JAM AHV I*— Mr hni Mra Paul II Watt to rntartaln with a dinner at tha Ho>attl« Yacht Huh. Lunchaon at tho Sun*«»f rlub, rotn plliM'-nt In* Mm William « nrttn Hill l.raia, with Mra. Otla J'luyJ Umion a* hoat^aa. I It 11) . JAM %KY Mr anil Mr* ('hirtM I*. Hot ar* rnt»rta!nln« with an nvaolnf of Itrlilß*. Ml M>AV. JAM ARY ?f— -lluffat *npp»T nt Imrno In rtalt<»iriia. with Mr and Mi*. Ilanry Gloilua aa hnatii. I HIDAY. I I.lifll ART Ml(l-««Hniin Aaa«Mii•>!jf club a ball In a wWll for membera only at II 10 |> m In tha Una Art* rtmma. 1211 Courth ava. Mm. Murea (V Itotch, trrtuinrrr of Iguird Co. and ptwaldenl of tha Meattle Women's Advertlatnir tluli, will !■« the leadar of a Currant ICvenla *i ills. On Hut ur<t*v, January 14th. fb* Km ft In Ittinlnr-aw *ri<l f •roflrwrtofiAl Wonrn'i flub t*»ok ilia firwt Know Your own City Tour thru A Nttnori'n rt innnf *lnr*> ami »hru th# of Mm Kk»r«nf# I* Moy*r. Adij f niton*l dlr* for of this ntor*. lr>iirrif<l mm h of InNrMt r* Itardlnic and Humtlofial and w«*lfMr* work for nrni»lo)ft»i. On Monday, Jununry IMb. thm will n hlk* for of th* Huh. Twka cmr No, If urn I rm-rt At 2 JO af (hi Jftth Ava. N. K. I>r»dc* Afol will * hik* in aurvty ihr n«*w lUtvennn I»ikl» »«tioo! And tfiA l«trk« nnd ofli#r npofn of intm'M In thla fttltftiborliood. • • • fiett. IJnifjr tt aahlnglon Circle fm Tueaday, January J. tilt, (it flaonra Waahinirton < lrd», Idilim of tha O. A. It., hold a moat Intereatlng meeting. The folk,win* of fire ra for lha coming year werw Installed I'resident. Aldn I Morton; aenlor Vice president. Htell* Muaaetl; Junior vloa president, Mary Watson; a»«retary, Minnie Movnton; lr*amir»r, Marian llrin: chaplain. M. While ottllle M.irtell art*'! ua Installing officer and tha conductor* ww« Mra. Meln and Mr» Ituwrll The work wraa moat Impraoalvr. On Thursday avenln*. at * o'clock. In Vetera na' hall. Armory, Ocn. Oeorga Washington circle will enter tain with • card party, followed by ' refreshments. ess Kkwtmii I* T. frn'rwrn 1» T. A. will meet W'd newlay, January 11, at ? SO p. m.. In the tmewmenl of the ai hoot. After the ahort business session, Mlaa M'- IM'keby, a Urd froaa mime. %»-|II »l-ik on "flrat Aid In the Home," with the object of organising a claoa In th* achool, which will be of mat®, rial benefit to the mothera Mualc by i tha klndrrrarten and flrat grade pu pil*. Rcfroahmenta will ba aarved. filch Vlhkil P. T. A. The regular meeting of the Un coin lll*!i K.hool I* T A will lie held Tueaday, January 17. Home econotnlca cl»*re« will receive vlnlt ora at 1 p m llualneaa aeaaion In ►fudy liall of annex at S JO. RaaWet laill *»me at 3 10. Parenta of enter- In* freal men are Invited t«j rnm» early and have luncheon rwlih i!»eir ln>/ or girl. a • a I iufr I arl**' Hik T-ady Kagiea' dub will hold their nmrti annual dan<-e, TnM»r. Janu ary 17, at Iha old K. I*. halt, Ftnt and Pik* at. a a a Capitol 1111 l W. r. T. r. Capl'ol 1111 l W C T I*. wilt mart In the Methodlat Protectant church, corner of John at, and llth are., Tueaday. January 17. All day vlo lory meeting <»o«d apeakeri will be preaent. Hun* lunch. e a e riliw.aa Ang«4lne I'arlar N» ? The Native Itaughtcr* of Waahlng ton. Princea* Angellne Parlor No. I. will ihrt a card party at 7-4S" Friday evening. January >O. at tbe L O. O. T. hall. 110* Virginia rt. e • e Quern Anne Cbvle Child I onvn alion iMfur Qtiaen Anna Circle of the Child Conservation I ah cue will meet Wednesday, January 11. at I 10 p. m. with Mra Patience Cre<iue„ 2417 Bec end ave. W. Tha following proirram will be riven "The Work. Ktudy and School Svatem In ilmry. Ind.." by Mra. O. I. Van Tluakirk: "School* aa Community Center*.™ B. M. rahill. dramatic reading. "The Win ning of llenderautt'a Field." Mlaa iHHuthy Snowden. a a a GoodfellnwV Hub n»nce An informal dance will be given by the Cloodfeliowa' club In Klk*' temple Saturday evening. January :l a a a llialini Mertinr* Weekly healing meeting* will he held Wedneadaya from 2 until J o'clock at 002 People* Hank build- Ins. Hubject for ne*t Wednesday will be. "What Ileal*, and Why?" Thewe meetings are free. a a a IJnroln Clrric Child Conservation l/tiun I.lncoln Circle of the Child Conxer vation league will meet wttli Mr*. O. R. Putnpt-r. 4710 Inlerlaken. Wed newla). January It. at 2 JO p. m. Qtiaranle Club The Quarante club will be enter tained at the home of Mr. W. A. Oaen, t>42!> Admiral way. Tueaday, Jan. 17. at tp. m Be*pon*e for roll rail, "My Pet Hobby" and "B«<it Short Story, 1»20 l»2l." • * « Canadian Club Note* Opening the year'* festivities with a dance and card party, the Canadian club of Seattle will hold It* first regular meeting on January 17 at 1205 Fifth ave. The entertainment committee, headed by Mr*. W. S Keith and Dr. I. U Nelll, Is In charge of the program tin January 27 tin* club will give an encore dance at the Seattle Yacht i lull. Jantinry 31 ha* been selected for a progressive whist party and on February 14 a Valentine masquer ad« will be given. Invitation* for nil these event* will be In the liamls of the member* of the club. • • • lecture Sunday Mr. W. C. Hliepard, divisional lee turer, will speak on "The Spirit of the New Age" Sunday, 8 p m . at 100 Lyon building. Third and James. • • • Junior Order of Moose Director A. C. llurmw* I* In the city by dirnctlon of District Super visor l.ong to organise n Junior Or der of Moore. The Junior order in dude* young men from IB to 21 years of nge. The preliminary meet- Society at Harbor Forts IN Or >M I'l.l MMNT In f*mnpllment to Colonel John f,. Ilaydeit, U. H A . commander of th* I'uifrt Hound f'ffMft rtrf<-n*«-*, »n agreeable dinner w*« gtv«n at t/ieir Kurt Wortfi quarter* on Wedne»d*y bir Chaplain f;>-or*e l> t,oriKhruke, |IT. H. A and Mr* l,nnKbrake, who*" other *U'-*U wrre .Motor I rani lie* ter Applln, I'. H. A . *mi Mr*. Applln. lln)»r Alvln Cltarle* Millar, medx'al <«>rp*. I*. M. A, and Mr* Millar, Cap lain llenry W. Ken nurd, medical iorpa, If. H, A . anil Mr* Kennard. That m lile wx centered by */-arl'-t flowera. guard* il by *• url«t Candida, and M«h place mr»l added to th* m*nu a mom uu vl mirth. HUCCF.IWTr, HBgiTKNCE A *«-qu*nr* at partle* la*t week >mpha*iu«l th* hoapitality of Captain Joeeph Franc!* Htlley. I! H. A , and Mr*. Hlllay, whiia* |K>pularlty la pro vtrblal. On Tueaday and Wednra jJay evening* their Fort WordMi •tuartet* were en fete for a brlil*#-, followed l,y a rl*v«r nuj.per On '"•Il onraalon flv* tahlea were In Play, Iha hl*li prtir* K"ln* lo Cap lain Frtßd* Jumn Fltxpatrtck, V. H A., and Mr*. FHzjiairl'k, Mr* mark. »lfr of I'aat Hurgr-on Wallrr Alvln lllark, V. H II I*. H. and Captain H«-nry W, K<-nnnrd. m»dlf*l ror|i«. I.'. H. A. Th* ronw<lallona f«*ll lo Mr* Oacnr Klwkrr and !.l«*ulr>n- Music Mmo. Schumann-Hcink [Program Announced Mm* ffc humJHtri Ikink. Ih#« worM'd gr**t«rt contralto, will b* lizard In rt mi th* Metropolitan tl»»**tr«" Monday «vrninff. Hh#* mill b« «n*l*t- M by Arthur Ix>rn**»r lit th* piano, Th« program to b» flvwi follow*: Ah lt«i.!lml" Mitm*>« tin Italian).... . ) Koml Arini(J» Art* fruut "funaidv" On luiitnt Tia»4»l "Ah. Mumi K|l* ' < Pr«(»h»!» I On I f#*l<. ». • Mr ri , ~ , Mm# Iclninurui H«lBk | Y Khar? 1 r»;ona**r, A fltl J MOp.n Mr Ist *mm+r (ft) "!n4l«d Morif .... T^»nrtii(« >\tt "Maaa Tou Hmd Him In Krtfiwf', . . W»r»j #t*phana l#l 'Tl«»d»r» lUititfin",.,., ] ««t» "To a M*m« m*r . , la Forga <a) (It* W»#| |i#«lf.» Mmm Rrliumcnn l(#lnk P*;lii |j»»h«mtWf RAkiMf Urn* Mr J *>«**•»• (a) "Whan tha Huata H v-m" IADIM Rairhardta (4) ' f°ir*t* tii,fr, .. .Otrltti Hweri.f i.i U«tei» (in Italian* .. Arum Mfnr ftrhum*ba llelak Ing will be held In the Moose temple Friday, Januar>' 10. at t p. m. • • • IjulirV I.ratio Dab The Ijuli.-.' Grotto club win enter tain with a whi*t party at Wing's cafeteria. M 0» First ave . Saturday. January St. at 110. All Kastern Star*. Maautia and their friends in- ViUd. a • a Madrona Guild Dam An lnform.il dance and card party will be given Saturday evening. | January 11, at the Motor Healers' !club. lill Se«eca rt, by Madrona guild of tha Orthopedic hospital. Ileaervatlon* may he made thru Mrs. E. T. Whiting, K**t 3*o*. and Mr*. 8. K Mitchell Kaat toot. Tha affair will begin at I SO p. m. a • a Snmet Height* I .Itersry Onh • Sunset Helghta Uilerary club will meet on Tue»<Jny. January 17. at the home of Mrs Man»h Brown. Sli N. «lst at. Program iia usual. I l«rge atiemUux - ® (lev I red Hoatcaa, Mr*. Mary P llrown. Tilic l'hlu [ r,ty rar to *l»t st. Queen Council, T. I- T. Qup»h Cmindl, Y. !<. I . hare been Inrltrd by the Kverett Iniiti till* to attend the Installation of their officer*, whirh will l>e fol lowed by a banquet on Sunday. January IS. l'lan* are being mad.) to charter private car*, and mem ber* wishing to bo may make rro rnrttlOM by culling Kl.tabeth Itob- Irwa KUiolt 117S or Elliott 40*5 M. Kverett Interurtran will leave terminal at 1 p m. • • • Clara R art on Tent No. 1 Installs (Iflirfn On Wednesday. January 11. Clara Barton Tent No. 1. Daughter* of Veterans, held an open lnMa!!atio>i of officer*, when the following of ficer* for the ensuing year were in stalled l»re<«ident, Mr*. Alice Reyn old*; aenior vice president. Mr*. Kloa Mrlntyre: Junior vice president. Mr*. Rnuiel* Layman: rhaplaln, Mr*. Katherju Franl.lln: treasurer, Mrs. Rachel lYterson: first, second and third council respectively. Mr*. J<- sie H.ig.in. Mi** <!race Hurd and Mr*. Emma Eaken: patriotic Inatrue tor, Mid. Kmm,i Olbb*. Tlie ap pointed officer* were: Seen tnry. Mr*. Delia lllgley: pre** correspond ent, Mr*. Irene lllue; fulde. MiV Nuomi Williams. and iruard, Mr* Klorena Cantrell: assistant guard, Mrs. Olive Fcelry; first, second, third and fourth color lienrcr* re- M>e< lively, Mr*. (liace Allen. Mn I'orn Ixiuek*. Mr*, llelnl Hodgdon .Mr*. Nora llarber; musician, Mn. Krunclii ltu».*el. \\ rtit Seatllr Kevieir, No. ."1 West Seattle Review. No. 61. W. H. A.. of the Mic.itibceg will enter tain with n card party ut the home of Mr*. Wilbur Wlllard, 3240 41.st S W.. Saturday, .TuJiuaiy 21, at S p. nu • • • F.innia l.a/arus \iitiliuy A canl party will tx> given by Kmma l.ajairu« Auxiliary, in the V. M. 11. A. auditorium. Sunday, January 15. at 8 p. m. Prizes and rcfriwhmcnls. • * • Highland Park P.T. A. Highland Park P.-T. A. will hoM n business meeting Tuenday, Jan uary 1", from 2.30 to 4 p. m. AM member* ami patrons of the school tirgeil to attend. I SATrRDAV. JANUARY 14, 102?. Fr«l'H'k I, |f„yd«-n. 17. \4 Mr* In man. »«« ~f captain K IL inmon, mNlinil «orp*, U. H. A , nnd Major John Ijtw Hurti**. If. H. A-. retired Th* wn« a**l*l#*d iif Mr* Miliar, wife „f Major Alvin nmrln MHI'-r, m*di'*l rorp*. U. K, A . Mr«. KHipitHrk, wlf«- of Captain Irancla J.ime* Filxpatrlik, I'. M A, Ml** Helen Klnkald. Ml** Klorkrf and Ml** Mllpep. At III' week-end, Captain and Mr% Hllley entertained a troop of eol>e|<§ «cirl M from the l>elia Tlieta Ml** N»ely, Ml** Ch'ireklll, Ml»» ((chafer. Mia* Nel»on, aororlty *l*t«r» of Ml** Islllpop, Ih» *l*ler and hou*a Ifuect of Mr*. Htlley. Thou? a»k>4 lo *har« lha hou««' party ralHei *»re Lieutenant Fred*rl< k L. liny, dm, I'. H. A., and Mr*. Frederick It. Hayden, Ml** ll<-l«-n Kinkul'l Cnptain Nyal I, Adam*. U. 8. A, IJeutenant Cyrua Quentln Hhelton, U. H A.. J.letitenant Wwaril I, HaM Pl». I*. H. A., LlfUlr-nant I>op*r Ft l»wry. IT. K. A.. Ll»ut«iant W*rr*a C Ilu(l*r f. K A . Mr John haum. Mr Morrl* Ktarr»-tt. Chajk «ron<-<l by Captain and Mr* Ktlloy, th«-y ibnenl on Friday #-*»nln|r at the Offl'T*' club, at Fort Wnrd"% and on 8«lur«lay ev»nln* at Chlm» mm, frorn whrr* they p*lurn*d bf m<K>nl)rht, motorln* ov*r th» rom»» tlr mountain roadA. On Hunday thrrf wrr<* p|rtur**iu* walk* and lrit*r»«fc Inc talk*, alway* with a f»*tlrt flnnlo alKujt thr icnerour mahopiky of th«-ir hoata. whoa* a'f)'t*ne« u| partita waa tapcrlidly «rurc*aa/ui ITIRMAL ANT> INFORMAL On Thursday evening at their F«H ; Worden quarter* Lieutenant I rwlw Irk I. Ilaydcn. F. 8. A . nn-t Mr* Frederick L. Ilayden entertained at >• upper, pre, ede-d by Informal camV On Tuesday evening the nam* ho*tt received at bridge. which was a la* followed by an attractive supper, Hv« table* were In play, the higfe t>rl*e* going to Mr*. Rice, wife n| Captain »!'. Rice. P. R. A.. »n<! Majof >lvln Charle* Miller, medical '-orp*, |I". 8 A The ronaolatlon was swar* "I Mr*. Jacotw, wife of Capiat* Janua IV Jacobs, T", S. A. ' FT>RT r A SKY FPNCTIOVS Mr*. Matthew*, wife of Harry T. Matthewa. V. P A.. cotk mander of Fort Casey, gave tht ranking party of the week at thett Port Caaey quarter*. decked In aO the Inland'* finery of fern and rin% in welcome to the bride of Lieuten ant F. Ward Walker. U. 8. A... *ot» "f Mr. F H. Walker, of Spokane who»» recent marriage to Miss Mar tin, daughter of Mr. A. J. Martin, of Hpokane, wa* an event of tb« aen *on. and whooe wedding joumej look them to Southern California, from where they bave ju*t returned. Preceding the exquisite collation Mr*. Matthew* presented the offfc rera' wive* to the bride, lotply In a trnuM'-«u gown with all the glaraovf of the honeymoon about *.• The Ila4 wa* official, including Mrs. Do Up wife of Major Arthur H. Dole. U. H, A , Mr*. Wert*, wife of Captain Wlh Ix-im W. Wert*. I". 8. A., Mrs MorNf (wife of Captain Kirk pa trick Moras, medical corp*. U. B. A, Mr*. ICutben • ford, wifa of Captain IVjraey j Rutherford. P. F. A., Mrs. CtardnefJ wife of Ca|)laln Herbert A. Cardnoq P. 8. A . with their housa guastj% Mrs. F. W. Mevers. of Indiana. aa4 Mr*. Carl peelig, of California. Mrs, ; Whelchel. wife of lieutenant X I Ixmg»tr»et Whelchel. V. 8. A_ wltk iiheir hou*e guest. Mrs. Martha Reap | den Mulholland. of Wasfllngtoifc 11>. C , Mr*. Madison, wife of JJeu tenant John H»nry Madison. U. & I A.. Mrs. Vane, wife of Lieutenaal I.yns C. Vane. V. 8. A. Following the te-a. Colonel an 4 Mrs.' Matthews were hosts at a de, ' hirhtful dinner In honor of the briM and groom. I On Thursday, at luncheon. OtonsT nnd Mrs. Matthews had aa guest ol honor Colonel John L,. Hayden, V. H. A., (ommander of liie Puget Jfouad coast defenses. In compliment to Colonel Rarrr T. >tatlhews. U. 8. A., commander ol : Fort Casey, nnd Mrs. MalUtews. • I charming dinner was given on Fit , |(lay at their Fort Casey- quarter* by J Lieutenant J. Ixingrtreet Whelr-h«IA P. 8. A , and Mrs. Whelchel. dinner complimenting their house guests. Mr and Mr*. lloggahoom. of Feattle, waa aIM most attractive. The house guests of Captain Hei* l>ert .V Gardner. V. 8. A., and Mr* Gardner, of Fort Casey. Mrs F W. Meyers, of Indiana, nnd Mr. an* Mrs. Carl Feellg. of California, have been much entertained during th« fast week at Fort Casey. On Thurs day Mrs Gardner presented hef guest* nl a large bridgn tea. on Sunday, in their honor. Captain W. W. Wert*. P. 8. A., and Mrs. Wert* ; received informally; on Monday the Gardner* gave a supper party, fob lowing the bowling, and on Tuesday, following the movies, they were sup per guests of Lieutenant J. Long, street Wht lchcl, P. S. A., and Mrs. Whelchel At their Fort Casey quar ters on Friday Mr?-. Madison, wife of Lieutenant John llarvi y Madison, P. S. A., starred the visitors at a amall but very pretty tea. Other Fort Casey affair* of th«l week Include the dinner given at their Fort Casey quarters by Captain Wil li vm W. Wert*. P. 8. A., nnd Mr* W'erta. in compliment to Captain J. L. Boyd, dental corps. P. S. A., and Mrs. Lloyd, of Fort W'orden, and the . luncheon ut Whiilisle Inn at Captain and Mr*. Wert* were h(>!r* to Captain E. 11. Inmoti. medical corps, I'. S. A., unj Mrs. inmon. of Port Worden. "Dmldv, Holdt'n latrge I.oavi-s Bread now In cents."—Advertisement. tI T Tills 111 T-IT IS WOIM'II MONI'.Y Cut out this slip, enclose with T>o to Foley & Co.. 9*35 Sheffield Ave. Chtcajro, 111., writing your name and, address clearly. You will receive In return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cuthartio Tablets.