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Baltimore Sun (Newspaper) - December 10, 1907, Baltimore, Maryland The Sun Baltimore tuesday morning december to. 1907 a a to a it to. Rom by used with Crystal Lac. Mim Harriett Brown pro Cwm a own of flame coloured of in with a leered of a ii re lace. Mim Jane Cooke Pale Bine Roea Callao a Atta. Trimmed with cloth by Gold. Mrs. O. Howard Harvey imported gown made in japanese design Coral lace Oerr taffeta embroidered in Gold. Mrs. David g. Mclntosh. Blae mental id Satin embroidered in Gold Corsage bouquet of violets. Mlea Louise Carey Pale Lavender painted re Iff on cloth pm beside re in cry had and combined with Point lace. Mrs w. Hall Harris Light hive Chiffon cloth combined with old family lace sad embroidered in Roe Ebada. Mim Margaret Ramsey Pale Blae spangled main and Chiffon trimmed with Point lace. Miss Edith doer painted gown of White Chiffon shaded la deep Pink and trimmed in folds of Plak main. Miss Mary Heater water a White Satin embroidered in Stiver. Miss Rollae Lowndes White main or Token gown combined with tulle and Lack. Latin with hands of Silver embroidery and Duchess lace Diamond ornaments. I a nan la St. G. La Mon a parisian gown at Chiffon Over White Satin ambrois ared in Allvar and pearls Pearl ornament and bouquet of american Beauty roses. Chaperoned by mrs. Col Ambus o Donnell Lead Black Chiffon and Duchess lace relieved at the Throat by White illusion Diamond ornaments. Miss Aon re tilth Man Busman White a a Bro dered Chiffon cloth trimmed with Satin and Princess lace bouquet of Whit roses. Chaperoned by mrs. Theodor g. Lur Roan gown at Black a Bro dered net Over main. Miss Max the Acmar Melle a a liver net Over taffeta trimmed with White Chiffon Rosm necklace of pearls. Chaperoned by mrs. Ffrancis m. Jencka a Corn coloured Broesder. Trimmed with Gold and Point applique Diamond ornaments. Miss Kathleen Alexander Mcdonnell a Empire gown of White Satin and tulle menels embroidered in White roses and bodice of Point lace bouquets of lilies of the Valley and orchids. Chaperoned by mrs. Willie in l. Marbury Black Jet and lace Over taffeta. For the holidays t1<n a gift Der effects the gowns were All similar in a Way and yet distinctive As suited each style. A return to the becoming hair ornaments of wreaths Aud clone ten of ribbon is evident the older Girts and Young matrons wore Ostrich plumes trimmed in iridescent beads and spangles in the same or contrasting shades in their bar. The gowns worn were in shades notice ably pastel. Vivid tints were shunned and soft clinging Liberty main crepe Radium and Chiffon were the favorite mate rials. On most of the gowns the trim Ming were in the a ame shades or in one contrasting tone and la no instance were the gowns in More than two tones. The Varico lored costumes of seasons peat have disappeared. Quantify in a of Gold. Silver and Crystal embroidery were used and were becoming with their shimmering effects. Pivo to by presented later. Five of the debutantes will not be presented until after ch1�tmae. They Are miss Gladys Perl who will make her debut at a Ball Given december 20 at the Belvedere by her Mother. Mrs. Nelson Perl Mim Louise Macgill Gary daughter of or. And mrs. E. Stanley Gary mis Suzanne Carroll daughter of lira. J. How Ell Carroll Mim Hose Wood. Daughter of mrs. P. Bryson Wood and miss Jean forty eight debutantes make formal Bow to society. We need Money and will sell for the balance of 1907 at unmatchable prices Flower Laden Belles Lehmann shall a moving picture of Light and color. Ladies dressing tables French dressers bureaus washstand commodes rockers Odd pieces Etc. Trunks of All Are sponsors latent additions to Baltimore a exclusive social set for Beant y and Charm of tar Modaber. Miss Louise Warfield Mish Carrie Warfield forty eight debutantes were formally presented to a Colety last night at Lehmann s Hall at the most Brilliant Ball in tha history of the bachelors Cotillon club. As the first monday German of the season it marked the first and biggest Milestone of the social career of the girls. Their Succes last night foretold to a Large extent the Success of the entire season. It was the crowning event of months even years of expectation and was the occasion when the fondest Hopes of femininity were realised. The debutantes As they always Are in Baltimore society were the Belles Aud the persons of most importance and interest. The men were Mere accessories and the girls of last year the girls of several masons the mothers and grown up aunts were an effective background that brought out More pointedly the Beauty of the at la o clock the German was at its height. The ballroom was a scene of Brilliant Beauty Seldom equated. Mingling with men in their sober costumes were the the beautifully dressed women gliding j in and out in the Graceful figures of the Cotillon. On the Steps of the stage and on Misa Jan 8 too a ton Dorset a whits Princess lace Over Chufo a and taffeta bouquets of american Beauty roses sad orchids. Chaperoned mrs Daniel r. Dorsey a Black Chiffon cloth Aud Duchess lace Over Mola Diamond ornaments. Miss Hoo by a item a White main embroidered in Crystal bouquets of Gardenias and orchids. Chaperoned by mrs. George b. Gaither net Over cloth of Gold Topaz and Diamond ornaments. Miss Lillian Dolores gang a imported gown of White silk net embroidered in Silver with Garn iture of i to Lei of the Valley pearls and Ruby ornaments and bouquet of Golden Gate roses. Chaperoned by mrs. Edgar h. Gans imported gown of Wack net embroidered on White Renaissance Over White Chiffon and silk Corsage bouquet of violets and Diamond and amethyst ornaments. Miss Lillian Brae in. Greinert White Liberty Satin tunic handsomely embroidered in Crystal and trimmed with lacs with sleeves of Tulla Stiver tonic falling Over a soft Satin skirt with tulle trim miss Anns Tho a White Lac Over Mola and Chiffon trimmed with a Garn iture of Pink rosebuds and bouquets of Pink roues. Chaperoned by mrs Douglas h. Gordon Whit mesas line Satin Princess gown. With Empire Girdle of cloth of Gold Diamond ornaments. Miss Lonsy Wah Kielow handsome Paris gown of White Messaline main. With Tunie of Chiffon and Empire Girdle of cloth of is Are finished with touches of Pule Pink chif Fon necklace of pearls and bouquets of kills racy Rosea and violets. Chaperoned by mrs Edwin Warfield gown of Pale Blue Messalina main and Silver lace Diamond ornaments. Miss Katherine Webb Prince a gown of whits lace Over main. Embroidered in Crystal. Chaperoned by mrs. Charles a. Webb. Miss gloats Mitchell Watt a White net. With in Deec a a jangle Over White main banquet of White roses. Chaperoned of a mrs. J. H. C. Watts Black Lac and Jet Over Black main bouquet of red roses and Diamond of articles hot herein enumerated. Mantel and pier mirrors pictures Etc. I tar of Law miss Margaret Eyre Stirling miss Martha Post Paia bin main with Silver lacs. Mrs. J. T l. Findlay. it pad Gold mama line mibs embroidered i Gold Truro med with Point Lac. Mise Mart Mcneal Black Lac part Posoa gown. Embroidered la Gold. Mim Ellen Boone Corn coloured chef on main combined with lace. Embroidered in Gold mrs Joseph h. Rte than a Black Lac Over White main and Chiffon. Mrs. Nicholas g. Porn Naan. A re Whit brocaded Satin and Silver Lac. Mim Sidney Morison White pan crap embroidered in Silver and trimmed with Lac sad Turiw. Or a. A Gaither it ack Mesalina Satin with Crystal embroidery mrs. John w. Fricky Cream Radium a lath and Point lacs mrs. Andrew Melville Reid Black panne velvet heavily embroidered in Jet. With sleeves of White Point lace. Mrs. A Amii c. Rowland Pale bin panne crepe embroidered in White rows and trimmed with pot lace. Miss Eliaabeth Kent White aet. Embroil ered in Pink and Sliver. Mrs. James p Gaiter a Black lace Over Satin and Chiffon frs. James e. Lindsay Black and White lace Over main. Mrs John s. Tapscott White Lac and Chiffon. Mise Carrie Warfield handsome gown of Pale Blue Mee Sallano main and Silver lace and Corsage bouquet of Violet miss Elisabeth Cromwell Paia Youaw lib erty Satin trimmed with Lac Gaff a Bro dered i Gold. If the divans along the Walls Ivere tha Chapin Irons looking with interest at the scene miss Gladys Watts Howard Gillmor daughter of the late judge Robert Gillmor. The out of town guests last night were or. And my. Oscar Smith Morristown m. Y. cd sir p Allan. Mary Retina Poser. Tientsin chins. La Plata my. George m Hobson. Ethel Rotam Washington Yuh Togo Richard l. Howell. Julia a. Uppity new York Washington John Carmichael. Rebecca Anderson Washington Cincinnati John m Preto oat Edwin j amen. Bri Talo n. Y. Boston John m. Provost. Of. O. Howard g Adon Washington. William ii. Adams. Richmond. A. Photograph fag gets. Mibs Ahne Ramon that revived memories of their first bail and keeping a watchful Eye on the Succes of their daughters or proteges. Like trophies on the Wall. The decorations of the Hall were exquisite. Across the sides were tastefully draped thick ropes of Smilax. As the debutantes Laden with Flowers entered the room they placed their bouquets in the loops and kept Only the one particular bouquet that meant More pecans from a sentimental Point of to from the cell Misa Mart Rhett Miller a Princess gown of Cream coloured embroidered crepe Pear necklace and pins and american Beauty roses. Chaperoned by mrs. A. Harold Miller imported gown of White venetian lace Over silk and Chiffon Corsage bouquet of violets and ornaments of diamonds and opals. Mims Anna Geatta of pop a Whit main and spangled aet Pearl necklace and bouquets of Rosea and violets. Chaperoned by mrs Henry 8. T. White Black spangled net. Trimmed with Silver and Diamond ornaments. Miss Gladys Perot White net Over Ivory Liberty main. Trimmed with lace and Bruiser of Pale Pink Chiffon sad Apple blossoms. Nap toned by mrs. Tune tall Smith a White brocade a a tin. Trimmed with Point lace Diamond ornaments. Mims Cha Elotte a White Stiver Gauze Over taffeta and Chiffon Pearl necklace and bouquets of american Beauty Rose. It Hap toned by mrs. Harper Pennington Black Chiffon Satin and Duchess lace Diamond ornaments. Miss Josephine Packard a Whit Radium cloth trimmed with Point lace and Silver. Chaperoned by mrs. Joseph Packard Black velvet and Point lace Diamond evenings until close of 190 or. I. Parkard Laird. Joseph l. Shriver it in. Raj Ink Mil la. My. James r. Harris. Lieut. Renal tit ton i Philadelphia u. 8. Marine corp Tanker Lowndes. Prof. F. M. Warr. Cumberland my. New Haven. Conn. Drin tag Cox p. O. Coffin Westmoreland of. Brunswick. Maine Virginia Edward t. Sharrits. Henry a. Wise or. New Yurt a. It. Elmore. Col. A does Barnet new York Washington Britton Browne or. Warfield Longoope Arthur j. Clark. Philadelphia Washington or. Brock dear. J. Knox Caln. A harlot Tashuie. A. Philadelphia. Or. B. C. Russel Lieut. Albert Cli in or Keene n. H. United state or. I Montegna m. In Baron Harmer Wallington hungarian embassy or. Cora Terry Bailey. Washington. Washington Knoll Cay and his staff of assistants added by their careful arrangements to the Comfort of the guests. Jug 012-014-016 Columbia Avenue and the Block c09 to 031 Portland Street. 3 six ajar both phones. 3 Phot map a by slander.mi8s Eda von Knobloch miss Ludlow Carroll Wilur Rry imported gown of spangled Chiffon trimmed with Silver braid Gauze ribbon and whits roses bouquets of America Beauty roses Pink roses and lilies of the Valley Pearl necklace. Chaperoned by mrs. John c. Willetts Black Chiffon Val vet and lace Diamond and Pear ornaments. Miss Mart Parker wind a Empire gown of White Mila with a band embroil a red Collar and trimmed with print applique lace. Clower of White roses at the Corsage Sod or arh of White Roe a and White main ribbon in the hair. Chaperoned by mrs. Edward Lloyd Winder a Gray spangled net Over Gray taffeta trimmed with Gray Messaline Diamond ornaments. Miss a in Colt Williams a imported Princess gown of Ivory White peso in sole combined a us Chiffon and lace. With Wreath of White roses in the bar bouquet of american Beauty by or. E. Calvin William a French gown of Silver net Over White Satin trimmed with lace sleeves and bodies of cloth of Gold ornaments of diamonds and Pearl miss Helen Ota via Whelan a Whit Chiffon cloth trimmed with Silver lace and Messaline fold bouquet of runes and violets. It h ape roped by mrs. Thomas a. Wha Ina. of White princes a Atta sad Chiffon Parl ornaments and bouquet of american Beauty Dorothy Paine Ming bouquets of american Beauty roses and violets. Chaperoned by mrs. Harvey Middleton imported gown of Black sequin Ara lace Cornage bouquet of violets and Diamond ornaments. Miss Lila St r a by Goon a White Tarle tou Over taffeta with Empire Girdle of Silver. Aud Silver slippers bouquets of american Beauty roses. % chaperoned by mrs. John b. Goode Black lace Over White silk. Trimmed with Pale my velvet Corsage bouquet of violets and Collar of pearls. Mims Isabel b. Grahame White net Over taffeta Sod Chiffon with Garn iture of Pink Rosea Pearl necklace and bouquet of Pink Rosea. Chaperoned by mrs. Cart a. Macgill a a liver Gray main. Trimmed with Rose paint Lac Diamond ornaments. Miss axe Adlum Hull White silk net Over White taffeta trimmed with hand pm or offered medea use and Lac bouquet of american Beauty Roe. Chaperoned by mrs. Anne Dent Hull Black silk Beman i cloth trimmed with Irish Lac. A miss Mabo aset Mckitt Hays a White crepe de cold. Trimmed with Duchess and Point lace and pearls necklace of pearls and bouquet of american Beauty losses. Chaperoned by mrs. John 8. Hayes Black velvet trimmed with Point lace Diamond ornaments. Mum Anna Hoer a a Empire gown of Crystal net Girdle of a liver with Silver tassels draping the sleeves and Wain. Neck lace of pearls end bouquet of american Beauty roses and violets. Chaperoned by mrs. T. Barton Jones. Miss Isabel Goodenow White Chiffon Over White Liberty Satin trimmed with Silver. Chaperoned by mrs. Joseph Dulany miss Nellig Ings were festooned Long loops of Smilax and clustered on the Wall Between the massive Bra a candelabra were big knots of the Green Vine. When All the Debutante had arrived it looked that the big rope of Smilax would break so heavily Laden were they with Flowers. It seemed As of each Debutante carried More Flowers than the last. The Quantity of Flowers was perhaps larger than at any previous German and the debutantes a they walked across the floor from the dressing rooms were almost hidden by fragrant Blossom. At the Back of the ballroom through a Vista were seen the Tablas decorated with american Beauty roses and shaded lights where at Midnight when the dancing ceased a collation a served the guests were late in arriving. A number of Large dinners were Given before the German. After three preliminary dances the German was led by or. R. Brooke Hopkins one of the governor of the club. The musicians were seated in the Balcony which was draped with Smilax. The following program was played by Rosen bergers orchestra Tvro-8t�proil of Honor. Baume is jul Lona. Linda two step the Tbs fran an. Waltz language of two it i it Al be Walt a school two-8t#p�? red wing.�. Mui Waltz the merry widow. Lobar two step pot 5 the red Waltz i the Gibson girl. Star lax Aero a in no two8t real Baltimore Belles. The debutantes introduced belong to the most Romlne a Ltd it it in Maryland. 1a Rolla. King Cut Medinac a. Roc. To is o of True la Ink Well. To 1.00 manicure Ossea �3 of to a to of razor oases. I of to �3 of handkerchief and Glare Cave. 05 00 to miss Leila Stuart Goode mrs. Philip George Cromwell pal free Liberty latin. Trimmed with Chiffon and Pearl ornaments mrs. W. W Mcintyre White Lac Ever cloth of Silver sad Chiffon mrs Garner Wood r no Mead White Satin Prince gown. Trimmed with Prince Lac and pearls Diamond ornaments and Corsage Bonquet of viol to. Miss Elizabeth Webb Prince a goer of pal yellow Liberty Satin. Tomn dered i Geld. Min Carrie Webb pal Blue Liberty latin and Chiffon trimmed with Crystal Hee. Mrs. Robert l. Chamber Lane imported princes gown of Pearl Gray lace. Over Whit silk. Sad Chiffon. Hee Mary Bowen Hooper exquisite pct t is gown of soft Whit Calcium Over Whit taffeta trimmed with Geld embroidery miss Fanny Prince gown of leery White Satin w Ith Empire Girdle of cloth of Gold. Mrs. Robert Chi a Black lace Over Whit Satin Diamond o. Laments. Miss Maria of re flak Mew a inc a tia. Trimmed with lace and of Pink rosebuds. Mia Irene Kemp parts Rob of White a Quia Over Whit Satin and Chiffon Arn Bro dered in Stiver. \ Mies 8tbyl Kemp White Satin Prince gown. Trimmed Arith Rose Point Lase and Chiffon ruffle. Mis Eleanor Wagstaff. Of Lanb Viitel pm a Satin striped Chiffon Over taffeta trimmed with Silver Lac and tall. Mrs. Charte t. Kemp Black Lac or White Satin and Chiffon embroidered. Miss Dorsey Watt Teadosia Green Chilton cloth trimmed with old family Lac and Crystal embroidery mrs. William Halgh Prince gown of Whit Lac Over latin with Garn iture of in a Point lace antique amethyst Orna meats and Corsage Boa net of violets. I other new of a he first Kos Day a a Mas of pay a. I photograph by j Josephin e m. Coz for presents Gold watches both open faced and Hunting cased. Almanac for Baltimore this Day. Sun Ai . I Moonrise 10.37 pm. �?�unset.4.42 . Moon South. 5.10 pm Street Light lit tuesday.4.� . Street lights out . High ., 11.06 . Calculations expressed in Eastern Standard Pharis or Thi Moon Fob december. New Moon the i Fuji Moon.19th thirst Quarter. Lith i last licenses issued by the clerk of the court of common pleas. The following marriage Licensee were issued in this City yesterday the Persona residing in Baltimore unless otherwise stated h. Althom. 25 Anna m. Schilling. 25. Applicant. Georg Strauss. 1408 Argyle Avenue. Battaglia Cam Battaglia. 21 Pearl Campagna 19. Applicant William Mckay. 812 Canton Street. In Adi a am nue. In Rudolf Bladl 24 Louise Aringer 20. Applicant car Schneider 118 South Addison Alley. Clarks Brown. Frederick a. Clark. 25 915 Mcculloh Street Florence g. Brown photograph by Roland Sallie Cromwell is their Robes of state handsome gowns worn by Debu Tennte and Chaperon. The debutantes with their costumes the a a aprons and their costumes were a follows min Virginia see Nat Alberto imported gown of White Chiffon latin pm a Roiderer in Chenille and Mother of Pearl to ring of seed pearls. Chaperoned by mrs. Jacob Alberto Whit Lac Over White Satin Pearl and Diamond ornaments. Miss Mart Gittino Batly White Mea a Allne Satin embroidered in a japanese design of Wylte chrysanthemums and lilies of the Valley. Chaperoned by of mrs. Raleigh c. Thomas French gown d old Gold tinted Satin embroidered la Pang Lee and trimmed with Gold lace. Min a Francis Leigh Brooks a a Oft a bite Liberty Satin embroidered in Crystal. Chaperoned by mrs. Walter b. Brooks Black Pana Valet and lace Diamond ornaments. Miss Kona Brown a Empire gown of White Satin striped Chiffon trimmed elaborately with applique lace and silk fringe. Chaperoned by mrs. William Paul Browne Princess Robe it of Black lace. Trimmed in Jet. Mins Louise h. Bull Princess gown of White Satin embroidered in Silver Pearl necklace and american Beauty roses. Chaperoned by or. B. Harrison Bull a Black latin trimmed with Irish Point lace and Gold embroidery Diamond ornaments. Mins Josephine mar refund Cox a Prince a gown of White lace Over White attn with Garn iture of old lace caught Ruth clusters of lilies of the Valley tied Voth White ribbon bouquets of american Beauly roses. Lilies of the Valley and violets. Chaperoned by mrs. Henry cog Pak Green and White a tin and Chiffon with Bertha of old Brussels lace Corsage bouquet of Gardenias and it line necklace of diamonds. Miss Sallie Cromwell White Liberty Satin embroidered in Crystal with Wreath of Pink roses bouquets of Pink roses and violets. Chaperoned by mrs. Richard Cromwell Black net Over Blacket Satin embroidered in sequins Diamond ornaments. Miss Katherine Daingerfield a White Liberty Satin trimmed with Point lace and tulle and Louis Xiv bowl of White latin bouquet of Rose and orchids. Chaperoned by mrs. Henry Daingerfield White Radium a loth trimmed with Duchess lace and Point do Esprit. Miss Nellie Dulany White a . A soldered in pearls bouquets of Pink roses. Chaperoned by mrs. Walter Dulany Black velvet and it let Lac Diamond ornaments. Milfs Dorothy pain a Whit mousse Tny de sol embroidered la Crystal and Silver. Over Whit latin bouquets of lilies of the Valley and american Beauty Rose. Chaperoned by or Clerton p Paine louts Xiv gown with a skirt of Pink Pompadour Satin and a Directoire coat of Pink me i inc and Lack Pearl and Diamond Collar and brooch. Miss Mart Regina Posen of la Plata gown of White hand Ete Brol dered Chiffon cloth trimmed with Roe Point lacs banquets of lilies of the Valley and american Beauty Roe a. Chaperoned by mrs. Columbus o Donnell Lee. Miss Anne Crossan Cooper Ranson Empire gown of Whit Satin trimmed with Silver lace and rhinestone ornaments Shower bouquet of White Roe a and hyacinth. Chaperoned by mrs. Henry Warfield Ranson Black lace trimmed with sequin and velvet ii a mss a ornaments. Miks Olive Reeders imported gown at White Liberty Satin trimmed with seed pearls and lace necklace of pearls and american Beauty Rose. Chaperoned by mrs. Wilson Miles Cary. Blue Messaline main and Point lace. Min a Kathirine Folk Rob Bitson White lace Princess gown Over Satin and Chiffon. Chaperoned by mrs. Basil Gordon. Miss Hannah Gaither Smith White lace Over White Satin trimmed with Whit Satin and Silver bouquet of american Beauty Rose. Chaperoned by mrs. Buxton Moore Ridgely a White a attn embroidered in Gold. Min a Hannah a Fox a try arts Wolfe embroidered crepe trimmed with a liver sequins and passement Erie ornaments of Pearl and Silver. Chaperoned by mrs. Arthur Stewart a Lavender silk. Trimmed with Dachau lace Corsage banquet of Violet and Pearl ornaments. Mise Margaret etre Stirling Princess gown of Ivory Satin trimmed with Duchess lace and panels of brocade heavily am chains of every description for the watch for the neck for locket. A wonderful collection of necklaces but with Kakuk and coloured stones. Brooches Collar pins cuff pins buckles Combes bracelets and he dress of other Little things in Silver and Gold. The James it. Armiger co., jewellers Sio n. Charlet Street. Grzyb by bin Atliss Mary Bayly in modish gowns amazed the City rep autless far stylish worn Well Sweet waned. Among the handsome costumes noticed were the following mrs. W. S. O. William a pie Blue Messa Itne a Fin embroidered in Stiver. Mrs. Nathan r. Gorter Black a la tested lace Over Satin and Chiffon. Miss Nina Oslo Here Pate Pink Chiffon Satin embroidered to Silver combined with Point Lac. Mrs. R tune tall Taylor princes a own of Black velvet. Embroidered to Jet. Mrs. Alexander la a Stoa a White Liberty j Satin heavily embroidered in Stiver mrs. Thomas h. Buckler. Chiffon cloth Over latin. Trimmed with Silver lace. Min a France Cooke White iridescent lace Over Chiffon and Latta. Miss Glady gifting a to coloured Mea a line Satin combined with Black velvet. Min a Alice Lee Thomas a Black a a vet Princess gown with leaves of alive Lac mrs. Allan Mae Sherry Cream color fid a tia heavily embroidered in Pink roses. Mise Margarita Busby yellow Lack trimmed with fold of Pate Blue a tia. Miss Mary Sloan Whit mama bae Satin trimmed with doth of Gold. Mise Blo tee Bonds White latin. Trimmed with Silver embroidery and Point lace. Mrs. Gordon i. Paine White Chiffon cloth embroidered in Pink rosebuds and Duchess lace. Miss Marjorie Patterson imported gown of Pink Lac Over Pink a tia and Chiffon embroidered in Jet sleeves of Pink tulle and lace hair ornaments of Pink attn and Pink Augrette. Mrs. Van Lear Blacks White lace Over White Satin and Chi Diamond ornaments mrs. William Laws Howell of Kaw York Pale Pink Meea Allne Satin combined with tulle and embroidered in a liver lace. Min Katherine Mae Sherry Pale Bine my a Aline Satin embroidered in Pink rosebuds and trimmed with Allvar Ute. Miss Bliss Whyten Pate Btu Rae Saalsaa a Atta embroidered la Crystal. Miss Loo Las Whyten White iridescent Lac Over Chiffon and taffeta. Mrs. Douglas ii. Thomas or. A princes gown at Black Velvat with folds of Wylte Chiffon at the Corsage and White Chiffon Fleetes. Mrs. Horatio Wiltrid a fria Cee gown of Black spangled Lac Over Chiffon and taffeta. Mrs. Basil Gordon a Princess gown at White Mola and Point Lac a. Mrs. Francis n. Igi Eharth Pale Blua Craig Craig Edward Craig. 30 mar Garet t. Craig 28. Applicant. Michael Garvey. 1543 Ensor Street. c. Dubose 34. Divorced Amelia a. Tyler. 28. Widow. Applicant mrs. Louise v. Bell 241 Gran Dall Street. in Enos. Jr., 28, Porter. Del. Josephine m. Mack 20. Watkins n. Y. John n. Fowler 41, 345 Courtland Street Mary Norris 35, divorced. Flock a Carter. A Ike Floum. 27, 102 South Exeter Street Mamie Carter 23. Goodman Roxie a Thomas Goodman 22. 1723 East Biddie Street Edith Rozier artistic gifts in brass leather China pictures books Xmas cards and calendars. Your Early inspection Lillis a a. Greiner governor Warfield and his two charming daughters were present. All of the girls ire noted for Beauty and Charm. It waylaid last season that this year s Quot buds would surpass in look the Debutante of last years and judging from the Charm ing appearance they presented last night he prediction Bas been More than fulfilled old beaux who have become almost institutions in society declared that the girls were the prettiest and most fascinating they lad known since they were boys. And their gowns were marvels of loveliness. The debate a a wore White sinew building read miss Olive Reeder mibs Nallib huh Richott a a White embroidered panne crepe. With a handwork of Flowers Sod braid Abd a Garn iture of forget me not necklace of pearls and bouquet of roses and violets. Chaperoned by mrs. William k. Pop Duvall a White Messaline a attn. With Bertha of Point fatties lace Pearl ornaments. Mix Katharine Barton Jon a a White Marquisette Over White Satin trimmed with Crystal fringe and Empire Girdle of Crystal necklace of pearls and bouquet of american Beauty roses. Chaperoned by mrs. T. Barton Jones Black velvet trimmed with White Point lace ornaments of sapphires and pearls and bouquets of Nile of the Valley and Rose. Min a Eda von know Lochs Empire gown of White a ilk net Over White Satin embroidered Arith silk roses and trimmed Arith Satin ribbon and toe necklace of Pastis and bouquet of american Beauty Rose. Chaperoned by mrs. Erhard von in blk a he French gown of Silver spangled net Over Wylte band for our Xmas Suo Gest Ion memo. Mary i and Institute Llease by eel for few Kina i touches. At a meeting of the trustees of the Mary land i ascent last night the committee on schools reported that the to rot latent this year in the schools of Art and design was about the a ame a this Tim last year the excellent facilities offered to students were contrasted with the Coage eted sad Ham pared conditions which prevailed in pre Valoua years. The building committee reported that the mount Royal building was completed except a Taw flute Hong touch. Flor. A week on water a apply water Engineer Quick spoke last night before the men s club of Brown memorial Church on the cite a a water Supply. Or Quick discussed water pollution and re Quested the member to work diligently far the proposed $5.000,000 Loa to Bereave the water Supply tonight or. Quick will speak at the meeting of the Baltimore chapter of the Maryland Institute of banking and Fri Day night before them a a Chab of St John a episcopal Church. Waverly Lycett stationers 317 North Charles Street. Engravers to society. e. Haffa. 40, 730 North twentieth Street Philadelphia Mary e. A Noldt 80, mount Holly n. J. ii. Herder. 23. 1847 Hull Street Lydia e. To Well 19. Kilt a Miller a Wallace it. Kilby 30. 514 main Street in lift is. Mary de Lii Miller. 26. Schult a eur Ger. Onata j. Schultz 25 Louisa c. Eckert. 25, 1400 Mchenry Street. j. Wilhelm 37, widower Elisabeth Holden. 26, widow applicant t. E. Mcdonald 219 Edgar place. g. Warns 24 Lula b. Miller 27, Woodbine both of York county. Pennsylvania. Coloured. a. Garner 67 widower Maggie Burke 44, widow. rence Hudnall 22 Mary e. Carey 21. Lee Brook Lee. 25 be so Brooks 20. Trueheart. 25 Annie Michie 21. Ald a Colety inane report. An impressive pamphlet bearing the Ana report of the Baltimore committee of the Jamestown exposition travel Erst Ald so City has been issued showing the work of the society and the disbursement of fund of $488.55 on hand at the beginning of the season $484.00 was expended for charitable and moral purposes. Peabody height men to Dine. The annual banquet of the pea Bod Heights improvement association will but held january 23 at the Belvedere. The committee appointed to arrange the feast reported fit the meeting of the Organ ration last night. Japanese Xmas gifts. Complete line of japanese High a Art such As bronzes ivories. Satsuma cloisonne hand carved furniture and hand painted Chin and brio a Brae. K. Satow amp co., 37 by. Lexington Street. Gems from the poets a i Iii Folly cooked and full of the material that makes Energy m. J. Redding amp co., pure Rye whiskies $2, $2.25, $2.50. $3 and $3.50 per gallon. According to age. 884 Park Avenue and 94 i North Howard Street. music. By Jamb rus Bill Lowell thick Rushing inks a Ocean vast of bosons the Tor Prairie shaking. The notes crowd beamy and Tost a a turfs one plunging White the last draws Seaward from its Foamy breaking or in Low murmurs they began and then like meant drop of rain rising and rising Momenthy ringing in water sire Ray a a Over a Harp eolian they untiring dropped and dropped again a fitful Bree be until they in till it was almost Ulm a pain up to a sudden ecstasy. To listen when the next Woald a. Miss Kathleen a. Mcdonnell Bro dered in pearls necklace of pearls and bouquet of american Beauty rotes. Chaperoned by mrs. George Dobbin Penn i Man a Black ruse. Stripped with Gold thread with a Unce of Prince Point lace find embroidered in Geld ornament of antique Brit mantis miss Helen Whelan they always do at the first German. The try Lea this year seem to a ult so Well the ample. Unaffected manner that is supposed let cd a racer Istle of a Debutante. In the i of i fled Empire with the Princess effect t the Waist Hue and the Girdle caught up High at the Back with Long sloping Shoal William h. Saxton artistic design in j Fine jewelry. A in n. Charles i try it for lunch with Cream. Ii a a there a a j

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