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TIIK OMAHA SUNDAY 1KE: NOVUM BKR CO. 1010.
DECEMBER EVENTS FORECAST
Laacc Lcn-id of Holiday beatou.
SOCiEi'Y VIEWS ART EXHIBITS
Members mS the Fin Arte Society Will
tin l.lnrnln in In It the Spe.
rljl i'.2lil'lt of Modern
Tie au.o l.aveed T.itn A T.i.iri
Along l..e pave.
M- twiuoil ami nktd tiie piety girl
I f 8..0 v.i.1 Iji ae r.
!. swti'. a r . .1 1 or c.ist-r.o !.;
Hns fnrer.etl n. tit.
And then sro Ba.iy answered, "Vc;i.
I'm f v. li ci Bill."
i.ouuvillc Courler-Jcui nal.
MONDAY-?!'. n:id Mm. F. A. Nash, din
ner ami Heater party; Mr, W. Kurrain
Mnltli. tlnjner party: Mrs. E. C. Kir.'
iiian. afternoon m: Si:. iin.J Mrs. Nataan
Mcrnam. limine elninei ; Miss Anna Uuuj,
Tl K,sli.Y-Mn. Nathan Ale.-riam. bridge
VKIiNESDAY-MaJnr nnl Mrs. Omar
Unruly. dinner paitv; Elks' dancing party
for officers and ladles of l oll Crook;
Mic II. II. Mom. Go-To club.
Tlll'K!lAY Mr. otij Mr;. Louis Kirch
hraun. itlti'-.er for Kirscl.br Jn-lllli'ir
FRIDAY-Mrs. Dudley V.'olfc. dancing
party at i';imorr' acod.my; Mr. mil
Mrs. Charles Klrschbraun anit Mr. Harry
May, dinner and theater psrty for Klrsrn
ti aun-Hlller wedding party; Mrs. Louis
Miller and Mr. Lester Klrschbraun,
SATt'UrjA Y-Wtdiiing of Minn Mlnnlo
Miller and Mr. lister K Irai nbraiin : wed
nlrig of Allss Dairy Rogers ami Mr,
e'liarles E. OIroii; Mr. Warren KnmK
and Allii Mildred Rogers, aflernuon tea.
Invltallotia Issued last Wf k for Dcecm
tier entertainments remind society of many
Interesting faM8. but chiefly that tho reign
of the autumn brides la rearing eclipso
and the debutante aro beginning to assert,
their claims to the sceptre. The Invitations
are for the large reception and (land rite
party which Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickens
rive' at the Home hotel Thursday evening,
December 1, for their daughter, Miss Eliza
Ml as Helen Cudahy. whose formal intro
dvctlon to eoclety will be a reception and
danolng party which her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. A. Cudahy give at the Rome hotel
Monday evening, December 6, will be as
slated In her festivities by four school
friends from eastern cities Miss Phoebe
Weaver of Philadelphia, Miss Dorothy Kd
wards and Miss May Peabody of Chicago
and Miss Josephine Cudahy of Milwaukee.
These young women, whose presence- In
Omaha, will be the Incentlvo to much en
tertaining, will arrive Sunday, December
i. and will be Miss Cudahy's guests for
the following two weeks.
Alt with a capital A has been receiving
nd will receive still more attention from
a large portion of Omaha society Just now.
Yesterday a most Interesting private co
lectlon of original wood cuts by Timothy
Cole was shown by Airs. August Mothe
Horglum at the studio, which she gave In
honor of the well known artist, Ml Ura.cc
Oassett of Paris, who Is visiting In Omaha.
At the library, under the auspices of the
Omaha Fine Arts society, an exhibition of
the paintings of Mrs. Frances Mumuugh
la being shown. This Is open to the pub
lic. The exhibit of Jewelry which she has
made la of especial Interest.
Tuesday. November i!9, about sixty mem
bers of the Fine Arts society will go to
IJncoln to visit the special exhibit of mod
em paintings which the Nebraska Art as
sociation has secured. The Omaha society,
which goes upon Invitation of the Lincoln
society, will leave here In the morning on
a special car and return that afternoon.
The plans Include luncheon at the Lincoln
hotel before the visit to the library of the
Fnlveislty of Nebraska, where the exhibit
Is to be held.
At the tea which Madame August Mothe
Horglum gave at her home Saturday
afternoon from 4 to tl o'clock. Interest In
art was both personal and Impersonal
Interest In the artist who was present.
Allss Uraco Cassette of Purls, the well
known portrait painter; und Interest In
the remarkable collection of original wood
engravings by Timothy Cole.
These engravings, forty of which were
shown, were presented to the hostess by
the artist, in whose home in Paris she has
frequently visited. The exhibit Included
an engraving of Reynold's famous por
trait of the Duke of Wellington and en
gravings of other paintings In the private
gallery of the king and CJucen of Eng
land. Tho engravings were exhibited In
imo room. In the dining room a decora
tion of pale yellow chrysanthemums wero
used and assisting Atme. Borglum were
Mrs. F- A. Cuduhy, Mrs. K. P. Peck, Airs.
Thomas Kllpatrlck, Mrs. Charles Offutt.
Mrs. Alfred Durlow, Mrs. II. H. Baldrlge,
Mrs. John Oourke. Mrs. J. T. Patrick, Airs.
T. M. Orr and Allss Jesaie Allllurd.
A series of Interesting entertainments
was given during lust week In honor of
Allss Clura Mitchell und Miss Ida Qulnten,
both of Denver, who spent seveial days ai
tho house guests of Air. and Mrs. Fdward
Creiehto'n Alias Alltchell has vlslu-d in
Omaha before and has many friends here.
Tho young women arrived Wednesday
morning from a threo months' visit with
friends in New York, .Massachusetts and
Virginia, and Ictt Saturday morning for
their homes In Denver. Mrs. Harton NI II
lard entertained at luncheon Wednesday
afternoon for the visitors; Wednesday even
ing Air. and Mrs Crelghlon gave an Or
pheum party, when thep- guests Included
Allss Alltchell, Alius Qulnten, Air. Jack
U'aum and Mr. Lawrence Prinker. Thurs
day Airs. Charles Crelghton entertained ut
luncheon and Friday .Mrs. J. A. C. Ken
nedy was hostess at a. luncheon party for
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Ceoige announce the
engagement of their granddi.ught r, Miss
Nona George, to H. A. Calloway. The
wedding will probably take pluce in ca.ly
Ail litti'icstiug engagement announced
In the Chnrmanio club is that of Jlisa
Luclle DlminlcU, daughter o Mr. and
Alls. W. O. Dimiuick, to Mr. William
tJeorgo Hover of Kunxai City. The uej
Ulng will take place shortly aft-:' i!,o
Tirol of the jear.
TI.e wedding of MUs Lois Hio..kfidd.
laughter of Mr. and Airs. is. C. Hi o. kfleld.
and Dr. Ceoijie A. Sevens will lake piace
next Wednesday at the home of thtt bu t
parents. U Is to he a vci y inlet wedding,
owing Ij the recriil illness of Miss Hrook
fl hi. The ncwiy wedded 'air will go
fo;- a kouilitin trip ttud spend the winter
la .N.,v Mexico.
The wedding is MUj Daisy H tf.'
daughter of Air. and Mrs. It. L'. Roger.:,
tj Mr. Choi Its K. oi.-cn of CranJ Island,
Neb., which wlil be ctriubrated Satin-Jay
ut n il) o"i lo, k, at ti e fa-.i'.IIv reaMencr.,
IJOJ South Thirty-third meet. Lev. Air
Alntcn of Seward, Neb, will officiate.
The male of honor will be Miss Alary
Cimad of rand IslHCd. and bvsl nan,
Mr. Htut Rogers, broil er of the luid.
t'oi.oio Wealnerlll t-f Liicu. u, wi'.l be
On. ut tuts Nutvuibci aeJJiniis v i!i be
' . ZA
that of Miss Minnie. Hlller, daughter of
Air. ami Mrs. Henry Hiller, to Mr. Lester
Klrschbraun of Chicugo, son of Air. and
Mrs. Louis Klrschbraun of this city,
which will be celebrated Saturday even
ing at 6:30 o'clock, at Metropolitan club
The atlend-ants will Include: Alald' of
honor. Alias Florence Hiller; bridesmaids,
Allss Sadie Klrschbraun and Allss Irma
Hiller of Chicago; ring bearer, Allss Har
riet Roaewaler; best mar.. Mr. Herbert
Heavenrich of Detroit, Mich.; inhers
Messrs. Luger.c Hiller of Chicago,
Clarence Silver of Chicago. Louis Hil
ler, Edwin Kirschhraun, Alorton Hiller.
Rabbi Frederick Colin, who will offi
ciate, will be asnlsted by Rabbi Louis
Bernstein of St. Joseph, AIo. The
ceremony will be followed by a dinner
und dunce. Among the out-of-town
guests for the wedding will be Mr. and
Airs. AI. Riegelman, grandparents
of tho bride; Allss Alignonne Riegelman,
Sol Herman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Riegelman of Des Aiolnes, la.; Air. Sidney
Swarts of New Y'ork City, Air. and Mrs.
M. Lowenstein of Downs, Kan.; Airs. M.
Friend of Lincoln, Neb., and Allss Edith
Heavenrich of Detroit, Mich.
The Aliases Qoetz entertained at luncheon
Saturday in honor of Allss Minnie Hiller
and Allss Blanche Ilosewater. Tiie guests
Included the members of a sewing club.
Airs. Harley Moorhead entertained In
formally at bridge Saturday afternoon at
her homo In honor of her guest, Mrs.
Charles Wallin of Clrand Rapids, Allch.
Airs. Frank Judson entertained at bridge
yesterday for Airs. Cliumlea of Boston and
Airs. Spalding of Sioux City. The rooms
wero bright with yellow and white chry
santhemums. Nine tables were placed for
the games, und the high score was made
by Airs. W. J. Burgess.
In her apartments In the Troy Airs.
Churles Alarplo was hostess at an Informal
tea Suturduy In honor of Airs. Dudley
Wolfe end Airs. Baker. Receiving with
Airs. Alarple were Mrs. Wolfe. Airs. Baker
and Mrs. Bundy. Airs. John 12. Wilbur
and Mrs. White presided at the tea table.
Airs. Warren AI. Rogers gave an "at
ter, Allss Mildred Rogers. Assisting Atrs.
Rogers were Mrs. A. C. Smith. Airs. E. M.
Fairfield, Airs. Louis Bradford. Atra.
Myron Learned, Airs. Thomas Swobe, Airs.
Ceorge A. Joslyn, Mrs. Henry Yates. Airs.
George Voss, Airs. H. Um st, Airs Farm
worth. Airs. Herbert Rogers. Alias Helen
Forbes, Miss Eu;;cnle Whltmore, Miss Alar
gaiet AlcPherson. Miss Dorothy Alorjan
and AI ss Agnes Burkley.
Complimentary to Airs. J. D. Srauldlng of
Sioux City and Mrs. Miles Chumlea of
Boston, gue-ts of Mrs. F. W. Judson, Mrs.
J. D. Foster entertained a few friends In
formally at luncheon st the Loyal hotel
Saturduy. Alter luncheon they were the
guest of Air. W. J. Burgess at a box arty
at the Llraiidein theater. Thote present
were Airs. J. D. Spauhllr.g. Airs. Allies
Chumlea. Mrs. F. W. Judson. Airs. W. J.
Burgess, Mrs. F. E. Peaice. Air?. W. J.
Hyiics, Airs. N. L. Guckert and Mrs. J. D.
Airs. J. It. Dumont and Mrs. Arthur D.
Smith entertained at a prettily appointed
luiiclitou party Saturday at their home
for Miss Elliabeth AU'Connell. Red meteor
roses formed the centerpiece for tile table
and covers were pi iced fur:
F.hxabeth McCoi.neH. Bf-s l.eu:ho d
' Grctchen Mi t'onnell
of Manu al oil
En ilv It. Gialton
of New V rk,
fl. V. Sumner.
F. 11. McCe nni !.
1 'lapei S'l.lih.
.V. 1 1. Smith.
.1. 11. Dutnniit.
J01 1: Dumont,
Tlie second of a series of hrtdse patties
was given last evrnlng by Mi.-s Mary Alice
Poser in honor of Miss Mildred Rogers.
j Those present were:
! Mildred It og.-i. .-,
; .Iran i'udahy,
I Elisabeth t'onn,b:i
I P.ichaid Haum.
I Kiank M'ilnelm.
! iei aid W hart- n.
Kima Taw le.
1. liver Cope.
Eugeulii U llilamt'o.
Claire H ouard.
Fi anee s N ash,
Alai y Allot. Rogers.
Edw ai d i tlahy,
luives I ilcksuii.
Dr. Ltroy Cruminer.
A huge brielse party was glvt-n Saturday
' aften.oen by Mrs. J. I". Bishop at her
! home. The gutsts included MesdamesR.
j V. Ce-ie, F E. fi:i;ith. A. S. Pinto, 1 1. H.
I Cameron. 11 Russell M. M. Ixioml-. F. T.
I Patten, A. E. Patten, E. R. lloai. J. F
-iiies, v. ji. roroes, 11. 1. urn, ii.
Kutni'.e. W. A. Plel. 11. W. Gardner.
: 11. Ahiiun-'un, 1". L. Alontgouirry, F. 1".
I Johnson, R. PJx. W. N. liorward, W. V,
Moloney. '. JKKty. E. F. llayden. P. H.
I this. A. Edsoomb. F. R. I'ale'y. lidwaidi
' Knapp. W. t'rbach. J. W. EUood, Johu
; Bishop. 11 P. Hamilton, Churles Mullen, i
R. A. Dodg. E. C. Henry; .Misses Stella
i lliiti tea. Llackbuj u, Alicei llorton una lieu-
Ili rv I nil'.
j In vit;.l:!iie-iit lo Mis Dai.-y i;o.crs,
Mra, 11. Ii. Roberta vulertuiuccl at budge
hi , r :..... i a
HISS HWmEHILLER. '
WioscIZnrriatie to Mj.
Take Bace Saturday Evening
The rooms were decorated with white
chrysanthemums and ferns und the siiests
luc'.uded Misses Rogers, Howlond. Snell,
Illcks, Dimmlck, Ida Smith. Buchanan,
Bhanckclford, Gilchrist. Holmes, Roberts,
Florence Smith, Funkhouser, Alesdames
Harry Trumble, Bradley, Frank Engler,
Edward I'. Buyer. F. S. Whitman, C. B.
Helmer, H. Cote, Uuy French, Guy Baker,
Ralph Sheppard, Montgomery Harris, Al
bert Egbert, Rodney Bliss. W. K l'n
ticker, Willian Alanchester, Thonian Parker
Newton I-'ryson, Ralph Aloody, John AIc
Donald, A. II. Fetters, Harry Jennlson, N.
F. Harrlman, Frank Fahs, John Hussle,
Eugene Rose, Hubert Hicks and Elmer
One of the large affairs of Saturday was
the bridge luncheon given at the Aletro
politan club by Alrr. Louis Rothschild,
Airs. D. A. Sampson, Airs. S. S. Goldstrom
and Mrs. Aleyer Klein. Red carnations
and red roses were used In decoration and
the guests Include Ji
AI. S. Miller.
A. C. 1 ireyf us,
M. W. Frank.
F. S. Hedia.
N. H. T. Jury.
Slgmuntl He yn.
Prof S. 11. Clark
11. V. I lav ward,
Carl Fui tit.
II. G. Cnvei sagt,
A. II. Moses
M. A. Aloses,
1 . 1 eRan, .
of I les Moines.
of New York.
of Chicago was the
guest of honor at the dinner which the
Palimpsest club gave at the Rome hotel
last evening. The others present werei
Grace Cassette, Jessie Miller,
Luther Drake, Victor Rosewater,
J. 11. Allllard, C. II. Pickens.
It. W. Yates, E. AI. Andreesen.
Airs. Campbell Fair.
Air. anil Airs. R. vV. Breckenrldge,
Mr. and Alrp. F. A. Protean.
Air. and Mrs. V. If. Bucholz,
Air. and Mrs. T. C. Byrne,
Mr. and Mrs. Ward AI. Burgess,
Mr. and Mis. V. H. Caldwell,
Mr. and Airs. Clement (Tiase,
Air. and Mrs. I. K. Conpdon,
Mr. and Airs. J. C. rowln.
Air. and Airs. William Davidson.
. Mr. and Airs. E. AI. Fairfield,
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gaines.
Mr. ai d Mis. C. C. George,
.Mr. aid Airs. E. I. Graff.
Mr. and Mts. W F. Gurley,
.Mr. and Airs. F. T. Hamilton.
Air. and Mrs. John 1. Ktnned),
Air. and Airs. J. E. Kelbv.
Air. and Airs. F. P. Klrkendall.
Mr. and Airs. Charles T. Kounlze,
Mr. and Airs. N. H. I.oomls,
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alalionev.
Mr. and Airs. W. I). Mclliigli,
Mr. and Mrs. E. AI Morsman, jr..
Air, and Mrs. Edward Porter Peck,
Air and Airs. George Peck.
Mr. rind Mrs. George II. Prlnz,
Air. and Mrs. A. L. Reed.
Air. and Airs. William A. Redick.
Air. and Mrs. De Forest Richards,
Air. and Mrs. C. J. Smytlie,
Dr. and Airs. J. E. Summers.
Mr. and Mrs. John K Webster,
Air. and Airs. C. C. Wright.
Mis. Llsiomb of- New York Is the guest
of Airs. G-'eirge Palmer. !
Mr. Eiastus A. Bej sev baa gone to
i'loiida for three wrv.uf..
Air. and Airs luf j K: ai:di:i 5 ).jee re
tAiin'.'d from an CHiir-rn trip.
Air Ge-orgc A. Jo-ivn spent a few tays
of i!ie last wett Chicago.
Mr. and Airs. O.'-'. Redick Wave "'.Mor
row (or a brief ,-'.r,it in Chicago.
Airs. Paul Erhiitit,' : of f an i-.i'iij', Cal., j
is 1110 guesi 01 Mr. xvj 11 vn 1. t r.iaer.
Mr. and Alls. Sherman Canfk'.d and baby
are in the city fiom fcherldan, YVso., for
I wo w eeks' visit.
Air. William L. Holzman of New York
City ai rivt s Atofiday to bo the guest of
Air. and Aim. Mortis Levy.
Aliss Bess Lmthold, w ho has been the I
gutct of Airs. Geoige Sumnrr, will return
lo her Lome in St. Paul, Minn., today. 1
Jir. ar.u airs. r.. jit. Morsman and ansa
:arper have December 1 for CoronaUo,
ifcl, where,' 11. ey will sm nd the winter.
Airs. JiankUn i.cilman wf Salt baKi; 1
City U tho gucvt of her brotaer. Air.,
I Cliar'es H. Pickens, and Airs. Pickens.
M.m Uei.vviete Allen, who Is the guest
of her cousin, Aliss Alargaret Ltc, expects
to leave for her home In Clinton, la., next
Air. otiu Airs. G. W. Wattles, w ho have '
been In New York City, are now at Hot
j springs, Va., and will remain tautl after j
i l..-.i gi inji.
j jir. u,i Ml.-. J.i'ne.' Weart and iiaug'i-j
: ler. Mos lilieri, w il kirie; Wdf.-fcday to!
i net 1 i.uiikivini Willi Mr. u:.d Alt. J
indorse M.irsha'l nril Mr
r.d Mrs. H irry ,
I Mrs. Kvcrett O. lloisliiRton nnJ Mrs.
l!nitK Kiikrr and son l.estcr have gone to
F.mi Ar.ton'o. Tex., to spend tie winter
They will also tour old Mexico, returning
about Aiill 1.
Mr. AV. D. Pancker has pone to Indinn
iipolls, Ind., where he assumes the position
of manager of the Indiana News company.
The family enpeotx to move there shortly
after the first of the yenr.
Miss Alice Montgomery, who l,a prnt
several weeks In Cameron. Mo.. Isitlnic I
relatives and friends, has returned home
She expects to leave Omaha eaily in De- j
cember for California, where she Willi
make her future home.
Mr. Frank J. Hen ton. who hns been at
San Francisco for the last two years, has
returned to Omaha and enrierts to re- j
I - - .1 ,.t,. 1.1. !,,,,,. hot'.. T
' ' ; ' purtv at Chumbrr.s', Friday evening, In
lleaton and family are still in California,!'" . ., .
. , I compliment to Mrs. Paker, who is ac-
but will return shortly.
Miss Carolyn Barkilow and he;- guest,
Alius Chase of Pouglike-psle, N. Y., left
Saturday for St. Pa il. AI r.n , where they
visit Ali?R Catherine Kastnmn. AH of these
yojns womeii were cluFnmntca at Farming-j
ton schorl, Faimlngton, Conn.
Captain and JIi s. A. I.aU'.e Chi istie, who
recently sailed for Kurope n their Weil- I
t ding trip, have landed In Liverpool and I
after spending a wrcl In London will
upend two mora. is visiting t'..o points of la- j
terert on the continent. After returning to
the states Captain and Airs. Christie will
I e stationed In Monterey, Cal.
Airs. J. W. Thomas returned Saturday
from Denlson. ta., -wheie she was the;
soprano soloist at n concoct given Friday
evening In Ce First Methodist, church at!
the Installation of a new pipe organ wlilch I
Eetarn of President Taft from Panatia and Assembliwr of Confess Will
Btait Social Affairs State Recentians on Tuesday Have Been Proved
Popular Presentment of Miss Helea Taft Signal for Other Debutantes.
BY CONSTANCE CARRIJTHERS.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 15. (Special to The
Bee.) Congress Is almost with us; Presi
dent Tnft and family soon will return from
I'ananm, and It Is a matter of days now
when society ut tho nation's capital will
be in full swing.
The season with reference to the peni
tential forty days of Lent, which abridge
Its guyeties, will be several weeks longer
thon It was h'.st year. Ash Wednesday
coming on March 1. While the time has
gone by when Ash Wednesday ends the
dinner season, It still casts Its shadow on
dancing, and, as a rule, the host or hostess
who cannot secure a ball date before
Shrove Tuesday gets out cards for nil-
carenie or figures among the entertainers
of Easter weeek.
'We have to dine," said a Washington
hostess when dinner giving first went over
the line end found recognition among Len
ten Institutions, "so why not dine to-
A Sale of More Than Ordinary Importance at the Exclusive New Store
THIS unusual sale is not a case of choice in offering high class suits
at reduced prices right in the height of the season, but we are com
pelled to hold this great sale in order to reduce oitr great stock and
make room for the new winter coats and furs that arc arriving here daily.
Our Entire Stock of Exclusive Tailored Suits at Substantial Reductions
$1:23.00 Tailort'iJ Suits
$93.00 Tnilorcd Suits
$7!..r0 Tailored Suits
$0r).(!0 Tniloied Suits
$30.30 Tailored Suits
$33.00 Tailoretl Suits
Mr snd Mrs. (.'liarles Vi'ss. Mr.
t.' r I . r
of Kansas City was the organist.
For the Future
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Chasy will en
tertain at their homo on the evening. of
December 29 for Mis Mildred Hogers.
it. ..rn.. .....1 I.HU. r,f fio't frook I .
i in- ui nMu
iia e I'trn i n 1 1 ro w ut n-im i ..u . .
i bp by V)0 ,.-,ks Wudnes-1
A :uppcr will be given this evening at
Cie Metropolitan club by the members of
Temple Israel Sisterhood. All friends of
this society are cc.rdlalry invited.
Mrs. Dudley Wolfe of Donlfcit, Conn,
who I now visiting In Omaha, her f ir
mer homo, will entertain at a dancing
fumiianvlnir her on her vllt.
At the reception which will be given ' fore her-Miss Alice H.wsevelt. now Mrs
the members of the Cornell O'ec ( luh j Iiongworth. ami her younger sister. Miss
when thev are in Omaha for t'.c mid- ' Ftli-1 ltoosevelt both of whoci had beau
i.oii.ini. roocei i. the m ention ct .limit tec ; lif'.il bulls In that historic rooms as n flt-
w.m ,lcIu(Jp th moth.rt!, wives nn.I sis -
of (h(j CornpU , omaha and
('ounrll Hluffs. The committee Includes!
MpH1ii" iv Mciilnos '
.lolm " AtKin
I John W. Until;'. V 111 lam Seiib.ndopt,
! U'..r,b A Crnuihvi.il. WjllliT L. Sell'!-.
, r( m W. C irpenter, ;eoi ge C. Smil. ,
("lenient Clias, Af"'l Steero.
SB'lirf -;nivrt, - niuim .-hi .
Harold Otfinril. leoi H. I hummel.
Hiisne l H. Hnrrison,.loMn w n
Kdwin C. Henry,
,iii-v O. Howe,
Arnold C Koenig,
II red .diUnrd.
Ernest '. 1 Re.
.iBines II. Van Onsen,
Arthur C. Wakelev.
Edward S Westbrook
John F. Wilcox.
Kov F. W llcox,
M'.fs Eur.lce SUblilns,
gcther?" No one, however, has yet been
ingenious enough to find a ralson d'etra
for Lenien ejancinir. though some morning
classes were formed lost year to fill the
leisure hours, which is the period sup
posed to bring the smart matrons and
An acceptable change made In White
House dates for slate receptions last year
was one transferring them from Thurs
days, on which day they had been given
for several years, to Tuesdays. The ten
dency to crowd functions into the closing
days of the week brings a burden of un
necessary effort upon both hosts and
guests. Saturday Is now the smartest day
In the seven, not only for weddings, but
for entertaining generally.
A number of the winter's debutantes
have selected It for their coming out teas.
Friday Is a close second, especlallly for
dunces, the hops at the various military
posts at Washington usualily being given
reduced to $79.50
reduced to ?G5.00
mluced to $50.00
reduced to $-15.00
reduced to SiO.SO
reduced to $37.50
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I ally considered nn uniesirlile dinner
; n plit. ii number of d liners prcrivlcd the
White Ho'iee receptions on Tuesday nichts
last winter, boats and K.H'St.i fre'piontlv
golns on to the White House together
' Manv Washington hots long ngo selected
n day for entertaining and keep to it sea
I son after season. There ara a few who
found a means of overcoming the
KHs ironomlc difficulties of a Monday menu
and who have long estahl shed their hold
upon another day. custom hns given a
precedence; and only a very verdant new
comer would plan a hospitality that would
In any way conflict with their rccocnlzed
Miss Helen Taft will net the debutante
ball n-roll'.ng early :n December, when. It
Is understood, she will be presented by
her mother at a bnll In the Fnst room,
where two notable buds have bloomed be-
j ting launching of the f rst youns ladv
! of th land.
Miss Taft will also participate In the de-
j butante festivities in Balt'more, and has al
j ready accepted Invitations for the early
part of Dreemhrr in that city. She will
ko over r.hout the lime of the first Mon
i day german, on which occasion about four
j tcep young girls of Baltimore's smartest
I set will make their first bows to society.
The Baltimore method of "bringing out"
girls Is different from that pursued In
Washington and some other cities. In tho
I Monumental City the buds are presented
I at the Monday germans: always the first
i one when possible. Aliss Taf; will be one
jot the buds at this function, which is set
1 this year for December 11 She Ih to be the
' house truest of Aliss Christine Marburg,
I daughter of Mr. and Airs. Theodore Mar
burg, at their home in Alount Vernon
I Place. Miss Alarburg. aunt of Miss Taft's
I young hostess, has dinner Invitations out
for December 10 In honor of Miss Taft. The
dinner will be followed by a theater party.
This Is but one of a number of entertain
ments being arranged for the president's
daughter. The Marburgs and "Judge"
Tjift's family are very old friends, and the
president has been their guest In Baltimore.
Another candidate for debutante honors
will be the daughter of the new Italian
The young lady Is Just 18, and has been
presented at court receatly, so she Is fresh
from her court triumph, for she Is greatly
admired. She will no doubt enter society
here at once, without the formality of a
"presentation," such as American mothers
consider necessary for their daughters'
social successes. Senor Villegas, daughter
of the charge d'affaires of Argentina, and
A!me. Villegas, will do likewise, as her
paients do not believe In the American
The disapproval of the foreign parents
does not in the least discourage the
debutante entertainments In Washington,
for a strenuous life has already been laid
South 16th. St
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for the thirty or thirty-five resident
buds who are to b'.ooiu within eiuht weeks
under the shadow of the dome of tha
From the :V;ii of November on well Into
January, each day will s e a debutante
function, and : ome days thete will be two,
and even 1. ore f r tl e e must la lun.ehons.
the auspicious teas, dlnm-is and theater
parties, and. of course, almost every girl
must have a ball to complete her fell
quote of entertainment. Then, of course,
she Is to participate In tiie functions of all
the other Bills, ami, Indeed, no womler
some of them spend the suiuuier at sani
tariums. Claret punch and lobster s n hid will be
missed this winter at the five monthly
evening receptions in the White House.
Ice cream and cake are lo take their
places. Hot coffee and cluieolate. too, art
to be banished. All of the tlalntles served
are to bp lighter and simpler than last
season, so that those who partake will
not go away feeling as If they can do
without another meal for a week or two.
No family will bo invlled to more than
one of the receptions. The Intention is to
give everybody a chance.
Monday evening. January S, 1MI, Is tha
date selected for the annual charity iball
for the benefit of the Children's hospital,
lo be given In the ball room of the New
lllanl. The 'al ly aiiiiounceiiH nt of the
date Is made by tho committee In tha
hope that the evening will be kept free
from conflicting dates and that the ball,
which Is quite the smartest charity event
of the season, may bo even more success
ful than usual. Special efforts are being
made to make the ball a brilliant and
successful affair. The new hospital build
ing lias Just been finished and Is now tt
Former Secretary of War and Mrs.
Robert Todd Lincoln of Chicago, son and
daughter-in-law of the late President
Abraham Lincoln, have leased the resi
dence Ii!"" Seventeenth street, and will
spend the winter In Washington. Air. and
Airs. Lincoln are pleasantly remembered
lu Washington society, where they figured
quite prominently during the former's
service In Prosldent Garfield's cabinet. Tha
house he and his family will occupy this
winter was at one time occupied by the
former Comptroller of the Currency and
Airs. Willium Barret Ridgeley. when Airs.
Ridgeley was a bride, and Just previous
to their removal to Kansas City. It occu
pies a corner In a fashionable district and
Is well adapted to entertaining.
A:rs. Virginia Faulkner McSherry, presi
dent general of tho United Daughters of
the Confederacy, and Mrs. C. D. Alerwln.
District of Columbia division president
general. United Daughters of tho Con
federacy, went to Little Rock to attend
the annual convention of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy In that city,
November 8 to 12.
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