. . The Countess Laugier-Villars Is the only daughter of Johnston Livingston, Jhe PreslJent of the Knickerbocker Club. She was Miss Carola Livingston, one of the "Roman Catholic Livingstons, their religion being Inherited from A charming Frenchwoman for a time sojourning in the West Indies, and who married into the family of Livingston and was one of the grandes dames of New York -society over a half century ago. The Countess Laugier-VMara was chosen at the Columbian Centennial to dance in the quadrllle,d'honneur as the direct representative of the main branch of the Livingston family. She is rather short and quite plump and a very charming -woman with much cupriL Bheuoeaa great deal In charities. She visits this country every Winter and generally lasses a part of the Summer with her father at his place at Bar Harbor. Mr. Livingston has been In bad health this Summer, and his daughter has remained on this side. The Count de Laugier-Villars was in the diplomatic service and Is a very distinguished man in France and of an old family of the Faubourg. When in Paris the Count and the Countess live at 250 Boulevard St. Germain, and have several chateaus and country places, one of which Is in Bas d'AIpes.