At somc. of the elaborare clnb functions at which Mrs. Charles Henrotin has been the guest of honor she has worn a beautiful badge, evidently soroe foreign insignia, on the corsage of her ahvays handsorue toiletg. This is the decoration of tha "Royal Order of the Chefakat, ' ' and representa the honor conferred by his majesty Abdul Hamid II, sultan of Turkey while Mrs. Henrotin was acting president of the woman's branch of tbe World's Congress auxüiary. Therneinbershipis known as tbe Order of the Qood, and the decoration is a gold star and crescent of the Ottoman empire, suspended from a large bow of the Tnrkish colors of the order. The background is a beautiful design of gold, bearing the star, which is ornamented with wine colored enaniel, diamonds, rubies and emeralds.