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Boston Sunday Post (Newspaper) - November 24, 1912, Boston, Massachusetts
Boston sunday Tosi nov abbr 24, 1912 43 a. Shuman amp co tailor so waists King waists Are so perfectly tailored that they impart a distinction of style and perfection of fit found Only in Custodi made garments. Guaranteed perfect in fit material and workmanship. Price $3.50 Shuman Corner Boston talk of the Day in society a Vincent club fair details details for the Vincent club fair tuesday arc perfected and the Sale with added attractions of luncheon a concert and afternoon Tea. Bids fair to prove one of the most delightful events of the Early Winter mrs. Philip s. Sears at the baby table has chosen As her assistants mrs. J. Mott Hallowell mrs. George c. Lee jr., and miss Rosamond Gibson. At the household Booth mrs. John s. Ames will have with her mrs. J. Dudley Clark and mrs. J. Lewis Bremer. At the Candy table Over which miss Rise Pollard is to preside the assistants will he miss Rose Saltonstall and miss Sallie Rackemann while miss Margaret stack pole has selected As her aids at the cake table mrs. Samuel d. Warren jr., and Adelaide Jack. Mass Mary Jimeree and mass Julia Shepley arc to Aid miss Alice Thorndike at the toy table. Miss Margaret Codman is to serve As head waitress and mrs. Edward it. Bradford of Beacon Street has promised to give a group of her Clever original monologues at the concert. The list of Iisliei-8 is headed by miss Elizabeth Gray who will be mrs. John e. Thayer or. Mrs. William c. Aldrich and the Katharine Mory 4opley Amory Frances Saltonstall. Ruth Lovering Barbara Burr Margaret Stackpole and Clara Shattuck. The a Cash girls a headed by mrs. Samuel Cabot jr., Are sur to make an attractive showing. Including both matrons and maids. In the number Are mrs. John Baker Swift jr., mrs. Francis Dustin Harding and mrs. William Bramhall. Also miss Violet Shepley miss Nora Saltonstall miss Elsie. Lawrence. Miss Polly Hemenway miss Elsie Bur miss Olivia Ames miss Josephine Rantoul miss Lucy Aspinwall miss Margery Prescott miss Helen Bullard Mesa Elizabeth Parker miss Ruth Harrington miss Charlotte Hemenway miss Mary Hunnewell miss Ethel Chandler and miss Grace def. Lockwood. The majority of the girls selected to usher Are prominent in the Debutante ranks of the Winter. .4bout people and events intimates of or. And mrs. James e. Gardner jr., of Duluth Are heartily sympathizing with them in the death of their infant born Early in the month and in their consequent disappointment. Mrs. Gardner and her sister miss Pauline Davis Are in the South for several weeks and will return to Boston for the holidays to spend Christmas at the family country Home a Carmarthen a East Milton. Or. And mrs. John Thomas of the West Manchester Colony have come into the City for the Winter and instead of taking a Back Bay residence As they have formerly done Are occupying a suite at the Copley Plaza. Or and mrs. Henry 8. Grew also of tire North Shore coterie Are to spend the Winter at the Copley Plaza As will or. And mrs. George b. Leighton and family. Mrs. Leighton has been for some time at the Virginia hot Springs i staying at the Homestead. Or. James p. Curtis w Hose marriage to miss Laura Merriam will be an important although quiet event of the week has leased a residence in Wash i in ton near Dupont Circle where the Young people Are to at the conclusion of their honeymoon. Miss Merriam is being much feted and entertained prior to the wedding and was the guest of Honor last week at a dinner Given by Dorothy Williams. Miss Margery Colton gave a dinner wednesday evening and Secretary and mrs. Meyer a dinner last evening for miss Merriam and her Fiance. Or and mrs. Charles c. Auchincloss gave a Large week end House party at wedding having been selected to serve leased for the Winter. Miss Alice Boutell. Whose marriage to or. John w. Brool in add of Marlboro Street will be a feature of thanksgiving in Washington has been entertaining miss Constance Anderson of Ottawa who is to serve As maid of Honor on thursday. Miss Amelie Ladd who will be another of the attendants is to make a second trip to the altar when on monday. Dec. 2, she becomes the Bride of or. Stewart Hayman. Or. Hayman is also to be a member of the bridal cortege at the Ladd Boutell wedding having been selected to serv in the group of Ushers. Mrs. Charles a. Sinclair and her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. John c. Spring have joined the Boston coterie at Pinehurst n. C. Members of the Harvard musical club Are pleasantly anticipating their trip to the capital where on the last night of the year they Are to give a concert under the auspices of the Harvard club of Washington in the ballroom of the new Willard. Dancing will conclude the programme. Miss Margery Lee whose season is proving most delightful spent the Early week in Cambridge As the guest of miss Alberta Houghton of Garden Street. Social Chat of the week or. And . Bryce .1. Allan who l ave recently completed their season at Allan Bank Bevery farms have been in new York for the horse show and were noted tuesday evening in thai throng of Well known people dining at tie Ritz Carlton. Tie Beacon Street residence been opened and to Tell be the scene of match entertaining tor mrs. Allan a Niece. Miss Hope Norman. Mrs. A. Lawrence Rotch and her Little family Are passing the Winter at the the Titan where they have a Large apartment. Owing to her mourning mrs. Rotch is going almost nowhere and is much missed. The Commonwealth Avenue residence of or. And mrs. Oliver Ames is opened and ready for occupancy and or. And mrs Ames and their family Are expected there directly after thanksgiving which they Are to celebrate at North Easton. Thanksgiving proves motive for old fashioned social entertaining the social Outlook for the closing Days of november and for december is Bright with prospects and the rapid social Pace which the past weeks have established will be stimulated materially. Society is on the qui Vive for the opening of the opera tomorrow evening and the audience is bound to be More than ordinarily Brilliant since at the conclusion of the tuneful a tales of Hoffmann a so Many people Are going on to the Ball which or. And mrs. Augustus Thorndike Are having at the Copley Plaza hotel for miss Mary Thorndike. It is remarkable How few changes have been made in the disposition of opera boxes which Are retained As tenaciously As the family residence and even More so. The people who in years have been in evidence on the opening nights of the opera season and on subsequent performances can All be counted on. It is reasonably Safe to predict who will be on hand for the opera tomorrow evening and just where thy will be placed. With the exception of a few who Are tarrying at country Homes until after thanksgiving everyone has come into the City and is entering with enthusiasm upon the Gay Winter now in Progress. Although wedding Bells have by no met ans ceased to chime the debutantes Are in the height of their season and the fascinating Young things Are being made much of and feted to their hearts Content. Miss Sarah Winslow second daughter of mrs. Arthur Winslow of Chestnut Street had the distinction of being the first Bud of the week and her coming out Tea at the Somerset was very largely attended. Tuesday mrs. George s. Stoddard pre is sited her second daughter miss Margaret Stoddard at her Beacon Street House my. John Hitchcock of Commonwealth Avenue had a Tea for miss Evelyn Hitchcock and mrs. George b. Dexter of Brookline entertained at a reception for miss Pauline Dexter. Other Debutante events of the Day were the initial of the current event classes for buds at mrs. William a. Gastons on Bay state Road or. And mrs. Charles Amory Williams dance at the country club for miss Eleanor Winslow Williams and or and mrs. Richard m. Bradley a dance at the Chilton club for miss Amy Bradley. Wednesday from the debutant standpoint was exceedingly merry. Mrs. Frank Elmer Smith presented miss Pauliie Smith at the Copley Plaza at an afternoon Tea with dancing mrs. Samuel Eliot Morison of Charles River Square had a Tea for her Young sister miss Valerie Greene mrs. Thomas s. Woods of Ivy Street Longwood introduced miss Dorothea Cushing Woods at a delightful Tea mrs. Arthur Little of Commonwealth Avenue presented her second daughter. Miss Annm ans at a largely attended reception and miss Edith w. Holder of Cambridge was introduced at a Tea Given by her parents or. And mrs. Frederick Blake Holder that evening miss Adele gave a dance at the Tuil eries in compliment to miss Sarah wins Low thursdays Debutante teas included Thos Given by mrs. Edward d. Brandegee for her eldest daughter miss Sprague a similar affair Given by mrs. Albert l. Lincoln of Walnut place Brookline for her Niece miss Margaret Fisher Lincoln and a reception with dancing at the Cambridge boat club Given by or. And mrs. Benjamin Ives Gilman for miss Edith d. Gilman and miss Rosamond Houghton in the evening senator lodges Ball for his Debutante granddaughter miss Constance Lodge was very largely attended. Previously there were a number of dinners one for the heroine of tic evening at the Somerset club another Given by mrs. Horatio Appleton Lamb at the Copley Plaza for miss aim a Lamb and another Foi miss Louise Mcallister at which mrs. Harry Pratt Mckean was the hostess. Friday mrs. Francis Cabot a reception at the Somerset to introduce miss Marjorie Cabot proved a very Large and Delight mrs Charles b. Amory of common Fri affair and yesterday All roads led to the football game. Tomorrow even wealth Avenue and or. A Roger Amory ing mrs. William a. Gaston is giving a dinner for debutantes and mrs. Robert Shaw Sturgis is having a similar affair at her Bay state Road Home for miss Grace Lockwood prior to the Ali Ondike Ball. On tuesday com the fair luncheon concert and Tea of the Vincent club at the Copley Plaza. And the first of the Gardner Hall dances for debutantes in Brookline. Mrs. James Granger Lincoln of Upland Road. Brookline is presenting Lier daughter. Miss Margaret Ramsay Lincoln at a Tea. With dancing that afternoon and or. And mrs. Lawrence Graham Brooks Susan Hallowell Are having their second at Home. On wednesday or. And mrs. Diaries r. Talbot of Brookline Are pres Quot noting miss Dorothy Talbot at a reception at their Home on Buckminster Road and in the evening mrs Thomas p. Curtis has a dance at Lvi Copley Plaza for her Young daughter. Miss Clarissa Curtis. Thursday will be Given Over to typical thanksgiving celebrations though Liere is much interest Felt in the wedding in Washington of miss Alice Boutell and or. John w. Brooks Ladd of Marlboro Street. On p riday mrs. George is. Silsbee a Ball for miss the arabic. Mrs. Finley goes to visit Elizabeth Silsbee at the Copley Plaza is bound to he a Brilliant event. Before her elder daughter. Mary who has re the Ball mrs. Silsbee is giving a dinner in the Salon of the Copley Plaza and since her marriage a of Sev 1 it los. Frederick s. Whitwell is having a similar affair at the Somerset club in compliment to miss Elsie Burr. The majority of the Winters debutantes have already Iven presented and a Long series of dinners theatre parties luncheons dances and frivolities Are planned for the remainder of the season. Have been spending some time in , making their Headquarters at the Curtis. Or. And mrs. Ten Eyck Wendell have inaugurated their series of dinners in Washington one of the most successful Early in the week being for their guest miss Nannie Gilpin of Philadelphia. Covers were Laid for 14. Tourists on the Ocean Highway mrs. Mckinley Filley of North Easton and her son. Or. Oliver d. Finley. Who achieved much Fame As an athlete during his years at Harvard Are in route for England having sailed tuesday on mrs. Finley goes to visit loveliness of skin and hair sided abroad since her marriage of Sev Eval years ago. During the summer mrs. Finley was at Falmouth with or. And mrs. John s. Ames and family. Or. And mrs. W. C. Burgess who have been abroad for several weeks arrived in new York from Southampton on the last trip of the Philadelphia. Miss Alice Fay and miss Rosamond Fay of Beacon Street Are on the Ocean in route for Europe where they Are to spend the Winter. The mass a Fay went to new York Early in the week whence they sailed wednesday on the Vader land for Antwerp. Following her several months absence abroad miss Edith Deacon is about arriving in new York coming Over from Cherbourg on the George Washington which liner is also bringing Over miss Mary Garden. Miss Deacon has had a pleasant visit and for her last weeks abroad has been with mrs. Baldwin at the Palazzo farnese Caparol. Miss Deacon will be in for the remaining weeks of the season. Or. James fit Ceman Curtis assistant Secretary of the Treasury whose marriage to miss Laura Merriam will be a representative event of the week has planned to take his Bride on a tour around the world in the Early Spring at which time his responsibilities in Washington will be Over on account of the change of administration. The Young people Are to have an extremely quiet wedding owing to family mourning for the late colonel John Hancock Grandfather of the bite elect. A number of socially prominent people arrived from England wednesday on the Franconia. Among them were mrs. John c. Fairchild and her children of Dedham who for the past two years have resided abroad and or. And mrs. Samuel Bates of Commonwealth Avenue with the latter a daughter miss Gertrude Cramer who have been abroad Vince March when they sailed on the canonic. Mrs. I Yancis b. Forbes and miss Ethel a. Forbes of Commonwealth Avenue came Home on the Franconia and other arrivals were mrs. Mark hol Lingsworth and her sister mrs. George a Richards 9 Beacon Street Brookline or. And . George w. Wheelwright of Glen Road Jamaica Plain mrs. G. Quincy Thorndike and or. John l. Thorndike of Marlboro Street and miss Edith Prescott engagements of the past week of much local interest is tie engagement of or. Benjamin Johm on 3d. Of Philadelphia to miss Isabel Clark second daughter of mrs. Edgar l. Lewis of Madison Avenue new York. Or. Johnson made Many friends Here during his years at Harvard from which College he graduated in the class of �?T08, miss Clark was presented two years ago and has since travelled extensively in Europe. The wedding is to take place feb. 1, at the reside Itce of the brides Mother. Or. And mrs. William f. Leesam of it. Vernon Street Dedham announce the engagement of their daughter Marguerite e. Leesam. To or. Harold a. Reynolds. Or. Reynolds is Tho son of or. And mrs. George a Reynolds of Dorchester. From Bourne comes the engagement of miss Evelyn Eldredge and or. Charles a. Ashley both of that town. Or. And mrs. Frank Jackson Chaplin have announced the engagement of their second daughter. Miss Marie Elizabeth Chaplin of Newtonville to or. Wilkin Stewart Cooper of new York. Also of interest in the newtons is the engagement of miss Deborah Baldwin daughter of or. And mrs. Frank f. Baldwin of West Newton to or. F. Rogers Thomas mrs. Floyd w. Rogers has announced the engagement of her daughter miss Dorothy Vernon Rogers to or. Eli Wood Stanley Currie formerly of can to it Ridge and now of new York. From Somerville comes the engagement of miss Katherine Ellen Barrett daughter of or. And mrs. F. M. Barrett of that suburb to or. Miles rens Ford Ward of Andover. Interesting among the past engagements is that of miss Beatrice m. Jordan of Brighton to or. Charles Dudley Daley who we As graduated from Harvard in the class of 1900, and attained much Fame during his years at College As Captain of the eleven. Later or. Daly took a course of study at West Point. No Date has been decided upon for the wedding. Boston will Accord a Royal we Elcome to miss Rose Oros Veavor who is to become the Bride of or. George p Gardner jr., of Beacon Street on Jan. 28. Miss Grosvenor has paid Many visits Here and a extremely attractive. Her Fiance one of the most popular men Ever graduated from Harvard ind a favorite Cavalier of the Boston maids. During Las years at College his engagement to Mollie Eliot now mrs. Richard s. Lovering we As predicted. Both or. Gardner and miss Grosvenor Are devoted to the out of door sports and to Tennis in particular. The wedding will take place in Providence at the residence. Miss Lincoln introduced one of the most delightful teas of the week was that which mrs. Albert Lamb Lincoln gave at her Home on Walnut place Brookline thursday afternoon to introduce her Debutante Niece. Miss Margaret Fisher Lincoln. Only Young people were to the Tea. And dancing w As in order from i until 7 of clock. Yellow was the color scheme and yellow roses and chrysanthemums predominated in the wealth of Flowers showered upon miss Lincoln. The Tea table about which a number of the Winters most successful buds were grouped was decked with yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Lincoln welcomed her guests in a Beautiful costume of Black net brightened with jets and miss to Lincoln was winsome in a simple girlish gown of White Chiffon cloth with effective touches of yellow. Thanks to the efficient medium of the automobile a number of the callers we Ere Able to put in an appearance at mrs. Brandegee s Tea for miss Marion Sprague after attending the Lincoln Affa ii. Gay ties on the social Calendar among the Many elaborate Hospital ties of the week was the luncheon which mrs. Stephen m. Weld gave thursday at her Dedham residence in compliment to mrs. Rudolph Weld who was formerly Sylvia Parsons of new York. Or. And mrs. Weld have made their Home in new York since their marriage of several years ago but Are staying in Boston at present. The nuptials of miss Audrey Wolcher Stanwood and or. Hoij Jard Thomas Karsner to take place on wednesday afternoon dec. 11, at the residence of the brides Mother mrs. Eben Caldwell Stanwo Ood of Commonwealth Avenue will be of the simplest description. Stanwood will have no attendants and Only the families of a few very intimate friends will be present at the ceremony. Directly following How Ever. There will be a reception from 5 until 7 of clock for which Lajarge number of cards have been issued. The Debutante set in Brookline and their intimates Are pleasantly anticipating the initial dancing party of the series to be Given in Gardner Hall next tuesday evening prior to which there will be several dinners. Among the matrons Are mrs. Edwy Ard Coe Mills mrs. Nathaniel Upham Walker and mrs. Charles Robert Talbot All of whom have Debutante daughters mrs. Norman Hill White and mrs. Edward Reed Nash. Mrs. Talbot is presenting miss Pauline Talbot the Day following the and mrs. John w. Weeks have been giving a series of dinners at their suburban Home on Valentine Street West Newton before going to Washington for the Winter. The weeks residence is one of the Best appointed in the capital and mrs. is a prime favorite in the residential set. Mrs. William Price Shreve has resumed her informal monday afternoons at Home which Are always a pleasant feature of tie Winter. The annual thanksgiving luncheon of the Norfolk Hunt club at the kennels thursday is bound to be the most important Celebration of the Holiday in that Vicinity and will be largely attended. Members who Are reasonably sure to be present with ladies Are or. Henry Goodwin Vaughan m. F. H., or. Henry Lee Morse and messes. Hayden Channing Francis Peabody Oliver Ames John s. Ames f. Loth Rop Ames Robert Wade Williams George t. Rice Robert Forbes Perkins j. Dudley Clark Adnah Neyhart Robert c. Maqi Willen Walter Channing Arthur Edward Davis John Appleton Knowles and scores More devoted to Hunting. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Graham Brooks Susan Hallowel whose wedding we As one of the most Brilliant matrimonial events of the autumn Are having their second reception tuesday at their suburban Home on Mystic Street West Medford. Debutante fetes the sewing Circle made up of the More important debutantes of the Winter will meet for the first time on wednesday. The will be miss Josephine Rantoul of Fairfield Street. Added to the Debutante Gayet fes of the week was the dinner which mrs. Bernald Weld gave at her Home on Marlboro Street thursday evening prior to senator and mrs. Lodges Ball for miss Constance Gardner. Debutantes and their Cavaliers were Bidden and the dinner was in Honor of miss Theresa Weld. Miss Alice Cotting of Commonwealth Avenue was the hostess at a luncheon for debutantes on e Rilday. The affair proved a delightful prelude to mrs. A a Rancis Cabot a Tea at the Somerset for miss Margery Cabot which the Young girls attended later. Several dinners and other Hospital ties mrs. Francis l. Hug Glynson gave her first dinner of the Winter thursday evening at her on Beacon Street later going on with her guests to senator and Henry Czobot i a red inst Beto re mind lodges Ball at the Copley Plaza fori a is. Constance Gardner. . Louis Bacon Wiio has already Stead of having attained a Lusty growth As in Boston was miss Mercedes Deacosta a luncheon at Sherry a tuesday for miss Audrey Osborn and miss e7dlth Logan which mrs. Oren Root chaperoned. The Young we Omen were placed at one Large Balsle fragrant with a profusion of Gardenias and later they went to the horse show matinee. Or. And mrs. N. Bowditch Potter were the Boston guests at the Large dance which or. Whitney Warren gave in the new ballroom of the Ritz Carlton Early in the week which was attended by several Hundred guests the majority arriving from the horse show. Or. Whitney s hospitality served to Christen the new apartment which was Complete Ltd several hours previously. Supper was served shortly after Midnight at Small tables placed in the banquet Hall each Gay with yellow chrysanthemums. Mrs. Clarence Moore who has been at the y Irginia hot Springs since concluding her season at prides crossing entertained at luncheon \7ednesday at the clubhouse. Debutante dance at country club one of the most delightful events of the week from the Debutante standpoint was the dance which or. And mrs. Charles Amory Williams of Brookline gave at the country Lilb tuesday evening in compliment to to Weir Young daughter miss Eleanor Wilson Williams whom they presented at a Brilliant Tea several weeks ago. Several dinners prefaced dancing one of 12 being Given by mrs. Moses we Zilanis of Quot Uplands a for the Debutante and another also for 12, having for hostess mrs. Richard m. Saltonstall of Chestnut Hill. Mrs. Williams wit i miss Hilda Williams and the Debutante greeted the guests at the clubhouse mrs. Williams wearing Amber charmeuse veiled with Black lace and jewels and miss Hilda Williams selecting for her Toilette Rose Pink spangled tulle. Miss Eleanor w. Willums wore an exquisite frock of White Crystal spangled Gauze Over White Liberty with tiny Pink rosebuds at intervals. There was no Cotillon and Buffet supper was teach debutantes worldly Wisdom serving As Ushers were or. Clifford , or. Dennison Lyon. Or. Howe Volkman or. Albert l. I Lncoln jr., preserved by Cuti Cura soap assisted by an Ltd Cas ional use of Cultura ointment. No other emollients do so much for poor com plei dons red rough hands Dandruff and dry thin and falling hair. Oem Flen Zoep i potato Weot Lom twin we few it uie Wnm. To of cml Maple of Meh bund Tom a Tab Androh dept 9p. Boston. Or rms Memi my a Shanron Comfort Vlf i Cut pm beep Sbar Lac Btty a. Uteri map a from Given a number of dinners added to i or Nicholas and or. Charles her series saturday evening a week whims. Or. After supper a few ago when she entertained after the of the More energetic sped away in Harvard Dartmouth game at her Marl their motors to put in a Brief appear Boro Street residence. Covers were a Nee at the dance which or. And mrs. Laid for 12. Mrs. Bacons Mother and Richards m. Bradley gave at the sister. . William h. Souther Chilton club for their Debutante land and miss Southerland who were Daug liter miss Amy Bradley at which at Magnolia All Sumnar have left affair some m of the Winters buds Lor Coronado. Cab where they Are to and their Cavaliers distorted them pass the Winter returning to the .�iclve.s. Capital Early in Marci. Mrs. Walter c. Baylies whose pita cities arc materially adding to the mrs. Brandegee a of the Early Winter gave an. Lutr �?~t7 other in Lier series of dinners tips j Walny it a Day evening at her Commonwealth Avenue residence. The table was decked with roses. Or. And mrs. George p. Gardner of invitations Are out from mrs. Edward d. Brandegee of Faulkner f Arm for a dance on the evening of tuesday dec. 10, in Lionor of her eldest daughter. Miss Beacon Sta get who a Tiv concluded Marlon Sprague in compliment to whom their Holiday at the Virginia hot Ahe gave one of the largest and most Springs left their daughter. Miss Mary Brilliant receptions of the year on Fay. With her sister mrs. Thomas Motley of Beacon Street during their absence. Notable among the weeks in new York we cup the season for debutantes is just Beyl nning in in Aliice. Year Ali urday. Mrs. Brand gee has Given u number of similar Afiz Alra ii. Three years ago tor miss of Onstance Zerrahn and previously a dance for the late mrs. .1. A. Well Blake then Helen �l55 Nora to make the Debutante of Boston up to Date is the purpose of one of the most novel classes Ever established by Boston society which no ets every tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. William a. Gaston of Bay state Road and there for one hour hears mrs. May Alden Ward the Well known club woman explain the great news issues of the Day. Attentive audience at this gathering the elite of Boston is represented. They crowd into the rooms sit Down wherever they Liap pen to find u chair and listen very attentively to we hat the lecturer is saying. Among them each week Are miss Olivia Ames miss Nora Saltonstall Amy Bradley Grace Lockwood the daughter of or. And mrs. T. A Lockwood of Bay Kate Road Helen Winsor daughter of or. And mrs. Ernest Elnaor Lucy Aspinwall Alice , daughter of or. And mrs. F. Wesselhoeft Joser Ihlen Rantoul Eleanor Cabot an Ltd Constance Gardner who had such a Brilliant coming out Ball at the Copley Plaza last thursday evening. There Are Many other representatives of the most wealthy families of Boston present every tuesday afternoon. Miss Ruth Gaston at whose Home the meet will exert every Effort to make the clan a a a a Suc cd a a. Ory Ision Drou Chi Iodel 4� Sjoo of o. B. Detroit substantial what a wealth of meaning in that word people often remark that the Detroit electric is such a substantial looking car. You Are attracted to it just As Vou Are to substantial people. The Detroit electric is made of sufficient and proper material suitably designed. Everything is solid Strong and durable. The car is fundamentally right. When you buy a Detroit electric you get something real for your Money. For every Dollar you pay we give you a Dollar in value. That is Why the final Cost of the Detroit electric is so Little. There is no Economy in buying an inferior article that is a Little less in Price because the expense of having such an article far exceeds that of a real Good one. Buy a Detroit electric and have the additional satisfaction of owning a a society a town the new Clear vision Brougham is now on display at our showrooms. If not convenient to Call arrangements can be made for a ride in the car by calling Back Bay Sion. Anderson electric car co. 587 Boylston Street Debutante dinners to preface balls mrs. Sewell 11. is giving a dinner on the evening of Friday dec. I a in Honor of miss Nora Saltonstall and later will go on wit i her Young people to the Ball which or. And mrs. Neal Rantoul Are having at the Copley Plaza for miss Josephine Rantoul. Mrs Rantoul s dinner that evening and a similar Largo affair Given by Iier brother or. John l. Saltonstall will be other Hospital ties of that occasion. Happily miss Al Lizabeth Silsbee who has been on the invalid list at or. Reynolds Hospital has recovered so that the Hall in her Lionor on Tho evening of Friday. Jno of. 29. At the Copley in Laza w ill materialize on scheduled lines. Prior to the dance mrs. James Arnold Lowell of Hammond Street. Chestnut Hill is giving a dinner in compliment to miss ii icy Aspinwall at Wlinich the Gui Sis will be debutantes Ami their Cavaliers. Trs. Silsbee is having one of the largest a Lenners of the evening in the Salon of the Copley Plaza which will be also for Young people. Or. And mrs. 1. Tucker Burr of Marlboro Street have invitations for a dinner in Honor of to Weir Debutante daughter. Miss Elsif Burr on the evening of Friday dec. A at the Copley Plaza. Later or. And . Burr and their guests will go to tin Ball which mrs. Horatio n. Slater is giving at Tho Somer Ltd in compliment to her daughter miss Esther Slater. A Cotillon will he tie feature of mrs. Slaters hospitality the for which were brought from Europe. Buds to assist at Lincoln Tea notable among Itie Debutante Hospital ties of the week is the Tea which mrs. James Granger i Lncoln is giving tuesday at her suburban residence on Upland Road Brookline from 4 until 7 of clock to introduce her daughter. Mis. Margaret Ramsay Lincoln. Dancing to be a feature of tie afternoon and the affair is i oud to be one of the most important of tie whole Mont ii. Among the girls who Are to assist at the Tea tables Are miss Amy Bradle it a miss Charlotte Baylies mass Pauline Dexter. Miss Penelopi King by pulse Jac it us. Mary lord miss Rosamond Porter. Miss Marion Reed miss Margaret Stoddard. Miss Marion so Prague Mesa Annie to. Thorp miss j Leanor Winslow Williams miss Maic Gery Lee miss Elizabeth Chandler apr a several others. I Ater in the season 4ri addition to minor Gay oties for mass i Lncoln she will he Given a . The misses Dalton of Harvard Street Brookline leave monday for Montreal to join their parents the Hon. Charles and mrs. Dalton. From Montreal they go to Ottawa to attend the state Ball Given by to Weir Royal High Nesses the Duke and Duchess of Connaught while in Ottawa they will be guests at Tho chateau Laurier. M Ayalde Hward what does it mean to the Debutante to be a up to Date Eliut is tic pies ton that no doubt is d try the Young woman who has never Lieen within tie social it or it be. To b. Ujj to Date Means that when a Voung Debutante is sitting out a dance taking to it a or at a gathering of older people she can talk intelligently and entertainingly on All the quest Lotis of the Day. When one starts to talk on poll tech she can at Tell whet Lier the governor of the state is a Democrat or a Depuhl Laii. When the of suffrage comes up she in an give her views on that Ami know just what states and countries have and have not of new with the political situation hut knows something of All the outlier subjects of the via. At the meeting which Given last tuesday the class listened to a Long talk on the Balkan War. Causes for tie War were Given and the pro Gress made he Sacii army. In fact even the situation at the moment was Huntly discussed. If this it ass continues to he prosperous As he first meeting a roved to be the of this s,.a.son will outshine in Hlll Larrv ,-York or even Washington. Mrs i Aston a views a a. Warn Oil oui in debutantes to be i to Date in All tin less us of , mrs. Gaston Wiio huh instr Ummal in forming the . Ever week 1 Holm to have he it orig of this at inv Home. It is always to informal Lii. Very Way there a great Deal of but refit to be of tajik a from liar Long the it Ning debutantes such a , because the not Only gives them in to Ini Atlon about news issues without leading the snipers hut it also shows them How to Nad the papers in Tylli Gerity l f course there Are the of the Day hut med Given women the vote. She not Only less to say we will not dwell on those. 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