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MAKE UP CLASSES
IN WORLD AFFAIRS
Williams College Begins
WILLI AMSTOWN. Mass.. July 1*.
?Maurice Cuentv*. French High
Commissioner to the United States,
will be a regular enrolled member
of the new Institute of Politics
which opens its session at Williams
College on July 27 for a month's
study of international affairs. with
statesmen of world-wide repute on
It# staff of lecturers.
Mr. Casenave and MaJ. J. A.
de Sanchez, one of the French High j
Commission's export economists. .
(ome to the institute to participate i
In the round-table on "reparations."
sitting twice a week throughout
August, under the chairmanship or
Norman H. Davis, former Undersecretary
ProfeMora Head LM.
This announcement was a feature j
of the advance registration lis* !
given out here by Prof. Walter W. j
McLaren, chief I secretary of the |
conferences. It showed that, in ,
aidition to representatives of the j
army and navy, bankers and lawyers.
editors, authors and ministers.
the majority of the "studentbody"
of this unusual Institute will
consist of professors, assistant professors
and instructors from more
than thirty-five coleices and universities.
with President Charles F.
Thwing of Western Reserve tne
high-ranking professional "student"
in point of executive authority.
From the United States army
will come Brig. C.en. Harry H.
Bandholtx. Lieut. Col. Stanley D.
Kmbickfc of the General StafT College.
and MaJ. Sherman Miles, of the
division of military intelligence in
the War Department. The navy's
most distinguished representative
will be Rear Admiral Harry a.
Among bankers and lawyers
there will be K. Parmalee Prentice
and John Tatlock. of New York.
Pierrepont B. Noyes, former United
States commissioner on the Rhineland
High Commission, is officially
registered. The editors, authors
anl publicists inclule Simeon
Strunsky. of the New York Evening
Post: Eliaa R. Scldmore. writer of
several books on Chinese and Japanese
matters: Hamilton Fish Armstrong,
the Rev. G. Monroe Royce,
and the Rev. John H. Denison, formerly
The group from the colleges and
universities comprises twenty-two
full professors, six assistant professors
and nine instructors. Of
course, these men, and the women
attending, will rather be felloweounselors
than "students" in the
ordinary academic sense. But the
fact remains that they will gather
each morning during August ror
practical study and debate in rounotable
conferences, under able leadership,
on such subjects as "Tariffs
and Tariff Questions." Frank W.
Taussig. chairman; "Unsettled
Questions in International Law,"
George Grafton Wilson, and "LatlnAmeridn
Questions," L. S Rowe.
director general of the Pan American
Union. Moreover, they will, for
the most part, take rooms in the
college dormitories, and dine together
in the Williams Commons.
Father McKeefree Dies.
RICHMOND. V?., July 18?Fr
Hugh McKeefree. pastor of St. Patrick's
Church here, died yesterday.
He celebrated his golden Jubilee In
priesthood June 29, with 100 priests
from the diocese present at a banquet
and religious ceremonies. Affectionately
called "Grand Old Priest
of Church Hill." known throughout
Virginia and the South as church
and school builder, he was likened
by Bishop 0*Connell, in an eulogistic
address at the golden jubilee banquet,
as "Lion of the Fold of Judea."
Takotna Park Couple to Wed.
A license has been issued by the
clerk of the Circuit Court here for
the marriage of Miss Cortnne M.
Courrier and Louis Greiner, both
of Takoma Park, Md.
\ * ^
Hardings to Visit Scene
Where Pilgrim Fathers
By EVELYN C. HUNT.
The President and Mrs. Harding
plan to leave Washington about
July 28 aboard the Presidential
yacht Mayflower for Plymouth.
Mass.. wher? they will attend the
tercentennial celebration of the
landing of the Pilgrims. Besides
Plymouth the President and Mrs.
Harding will visit several 'other
places on or adjacent to the New
England coast. They expect to be
gone Ave or six days.
Mrs. Harding has offered a doll
to the successful contestant in the
guessing contest to be staged this
evening and tomorrow evening by
Troop 27. Girl Scouts, at St. Peters
School lawn. Third and E streets
DK.MIV TO REVIEW
EXTIRE PACIFIC FLEET.
Secretary of the Navy Edwin
Denby from the deck of the battleship
New York will review the entire
Pacific Fleet In San Francisco
Bay on ?r about September 1.
Secretary Denby will embark on
the battleship New York at Kachiemak.
Alaska, on August 15 for a
cruise to San Fr^?nc!sco and Honolulu.
The New York will arrive in
San Francisco on the evening of
j August 31 or the morning of SepI
The Arixona. Oklahoma and Nevada
are to be attached to the Pacific
Fleet in time to participate in
the review. The vessels left New
j York about July 9. for Callao. Peru.
! carrying the American commission
' which is to take part in the cele;
bration of Peruvian independence,
j The commission consists of Admiral
Hugh Hodman. Maj. Gen. Hunter
j I-iggett. Alfred Douglas. W. B.
Thompson. Dr. W. C. Farabce and
j Stephen G. Porter.
The vessels are to remiin in the
Peruvian port for one week.
IT ALIA IV MILITARY ATTACHE
ENTERTAIN* AT DINNER.
The military attache of the Italian
Embassy. Col. di Bernezxo. was
host at dinner at t!ie Army and
Navy Club last evening in compliment
to Gen. Pietro Bagdoglio. former
chief of staff of the Italian
army, now visiting in Washington.
Asked to meet Gen. Badoglio were
the military attaches of the various
embassies and legations in Washington
and a number of distinguished
members of the United
Gen. Badoglio, accompanied ?by
the Ambassador of Italy, Senator
Roland! Ricci. called yesterday,
upon the Secretary of State, Mr.
Hughes, at the State Department.
The Ambassador of Italy, Senator
Ricci. will entertain at luncheon today
in honor of the distinguished
visitor, and later in the day the general
will accompany the Secretary
of War, Mr. Weeks, and thfc Secretary
of the Navy, Mr. Denby. to the
Virginia Capes to witness the bombing
tests. The trip will be made
aboard a destroyer and at Hampton
Roids the party will board the flagship.
U. S. S. Pennsylvania.
Gen. Padogllo wili be accompanied
by his chief of staff. Col.
Sicillian. the assistant military attache
of the Italian Embassy; Capt.
Carlo Huntington, who is acting
aide-de-camp, and Col. Mervvn
Buckey, U. S. A. The general will
witness the bombing tests tomor|
row and Thursdav and will then go
| to New York before starting on a
i trip West. Gen. Badoglio will rei
turn to Washington for a short stay
| before leaving this country.
DR. ROW*: ENTERTAIN*
FOR BOLIVIA!* MINISTER.
Dr. L. S. Howe, director general
of the Pan American Union, entertained
at luncheon at the annex of
the Pan American Union, in honor
of the newly-appointed Minister of
Bolivia. Senor Dr. Adolfo Ballivian,
who was recently received by the
President. Those attending the
luncheon were the Secretary of the
State. The Attorney General, the
i & Brother 1
at $2.95 I
Every blouse is i 1
N. a masterpiece?
\ and h o w t h e y I
\ were secured to
A sell at this trifling
J/i price is beyond |||
J J our comprehen/J
and Voile form the |
basis of these dean
t blouses. The handwork
elaborate?and every one
andmade to the smallest
etail ? sewn with tiniest
itches, but firmly in cord
All are cut to fit perfectly
-insets of real filet, handrawn
rench knots, floral, baby ![
allops, hand-crochet but- |
ins, handworked button>les?and
best of all "hand- !i:j!
icked" value, for every
ouse in the entire collec- jjiii
an is easily worth two and j|j||
me worth three times this 1 '
ice?$2.95. , ,
>b?rg;fc A Rrether j
ilNG T C
H H I ..jiM
% ? ;
N Daughter of Representative And
who recently returned to Wash
Besides being a popular mernbei
set, she holds the position of cot
She is a graduate of George Wasl
Secretary of the Navy, the Secre*ary
of Agriculture^ Senor Dr.
Mario Diaz Irizar, Sen<>r Don Pablo
lladu, attache of- the Bolivian Legation.
the Comptroller of the Curlency,
Mr. Sumner Welles, chief of
the Latin American Division of the
Department of State; Senor Dr.
Francisco J. Yanes. assistant director
of the Tan American Union, and
Mr. John Jacob Rogers.
Manuel Zavaka. of the Nicaraguan
Legation, has gone to Atlantic
City, where he is staying at the
| Ambassador Hotel.
SIIERHYS TO MEIIT FRIENDS
IN COMPLIMENT TO SON.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sherby will
be at home informally Sunday
evening next, from 7 to 10 o'clock,
at their residence. 1413 Decatur
street, in compliment to their son.
Daniel Sherby. A number of outof-town
guests have been invited,
but no cards have been sent out to
friends in Washington.
Mrs. Edward Stafford and her two
sons are visiting her mother, Mrs.
Robert Peary, widow of the late
Admiral Peary, in Portland, Me.
The Counselor of the Chilean Embassy
and Mme. de Ulanes will leave
for Blue Ridge Summit next Monday
to spend several weeks.
Mrs. Conrad Jenny, wife of tne
secretary of the Swiss Legation, ,
has gone to Upper Saranac Lake.:
N. Y., for a stay.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hilliard. jr..'
are at the Ambassador Hotel in Atlantic
| WILSONS TAKE COTTAGE
1 AT .ATLANTIC CITY.
Mrs. Henry B. Wilson, wife of the
' superintendent of the United States
1 Naval Academy at Annapolis, has
| taken a cottage at Atlantic City for
the summer. Rear Admiral Wilson
II will spend week-ends there when
his duties at the Naval Academy
I Maj. William Hensley. U. S. A..
formerly commandant at Langley
Field. Virginia, and Mrs. Hensley.
are spending a few days in Washington
en route to Leavenworth,
j Kas.. where they will be stationed
I for awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. Ennalls Waggaman
I are in Atlantic City, where they
, went by motor.
Henry E. Davis has returned,
after upending the week-end in
Sandy Spring. Md.
Mrs. Walter Rogers has gone to
1 their irtace at Woods Hole. Mass., to
spend the summet. Mr. Rogers
will join her there in about ten
Miss Mabel Wilcox, director of
tho Volunteer Service of the American
Red Cross in this city, is at
the Hotel Pennsylvania In New
Col. and Mrs. Clement A. P. Flagler
have returned to Baltimore after
a short stay in Washington.
COL. AND MRS. LOTT
ENTERTAIN BEFORE DANCE.
Col. and Mrs. Abraham Lott entertained
at dinner last Friday
evening at their quarters at Camp
Meade. Md.. before the weekly hop
which the officers give there. They
will have another dinner this Friday
evening, among those motoring
down for it being /Sol. and Mrs. T.
Q. Donaldson and Col. Clarence R.
Mr and Mrs. Floyd Waggaman
are With the former's mother, Mrs.
John F. Waggaman. at her summer
home,- Wild Rose Lodge, on South
River, near Annapolis. Among
others visiting Mrs. Waggaman are
her mother. Mrs. Mason, and her
sister, Mrs. Frank McWaters, of New
York. George C. Puller, of New
York, who passed the week-end
with Mrs. Waggaman, has returned
Francis Bacon James has gone to
New York for a br'ef stay and Is
stopping at the Pennsylvania Hotel.
Others at the Pennsylvania froni
Washington are Mr. and Mrs. E. H.
Harding. J. Halsey McGovern. Paul
Smith, J. S. Tassin, Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Barlow and Mr. and Mrs.
Edward E. Henderson
NEW NORWEGIAN COUNSELOR
AT WAROMAN PARK HOTEL.
Daniel Steen, the new counselor
of the Norwegian Legation, and
Mm* Steen have taken an apartment
at Wardman Park Hotel. Mme.
Steen will pass the summer at
Buena Vista Springs, Pa. The retiring
counselor. Mr. Morgenstlerna.
ircw J. Volstead, of Minnesota,
ington after a trip to Panama,
r of the younser Congressional
ifidential assistant to her father,
has gone to New York where he
will Kail Thursday for Norway.
Charles M. Manning. of Washington.
is spending some time at the
Ambassador Hotel in Atlantic City, j
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Keld are also
J. d* Lagerberg, secretary of the j
.Swedish Legation, and Mrae. de La- !
gerberg. will return tomorrow from I
Southampton, L. 1., where he spent I
*IM CHARI.OTTK DIAI.OP
TO WED JOHN L. WELSH.
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald M. McCrea,
of New York, announce the I
engagement of Mrs. McCrea's
daughter, Miss Charlotte I^emolnc
Dunlop, to John Lowber Welsh, aon !
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lowber
Welsh, of Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. George Eastment
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Orace Garland Eastment.
to Dr. Bernard J. <>ratama. I
assistant commercial attache of the I
Royal Netherlands Legation. Ths j
engagement Is also announced of
Mr. and Mrs. Eastment's youngest
daughter, Miss Hel^n Augusta Eastment,
to Charles R. Schultz, of
Miss Dorothy Miley will leave In
a few days for New York for an
! extended stay.
Mrs. William I? Marshall is the
guest of her son-in-law and daughter.
Commander and Mrs. John Harrison
Knapp, at their home in
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Maj. Robert Hyatt, assistant military
attache of the American Embassy
in London, expects to return I
to Washington shortly.
I Col. and Mrs. Samuel Burleigh !
I Milton entertained a large week-end <
I party at their country house. "Seyton,"
on the Chesapeake Bay. in
j honor of Miss Elsie Montgomery, a
j member of Mrs. Milton's dancing
:set. the Club des Allies. Those in
r I V) make the n
1 enjoyable, pro'
Banquet Tea. It co;
and tired nerves,
delightful flavor of
vigorates and refresi
these kinds: _
Dinner Party "
Harding Wedding Abroad
Has Interest in w
New York. 1
NEW TORK. July II. ? Mr and ^
^dgerton Hardin*, of ,
>ld Spring?. Staffordshire. England. 1
heir *"nou"c?<1 th* en?a*em?nt of a
J*'' ??u*hUr. Mlai Clara Mary lt
P.".','. l? ? H Arthur Heald. J,
' . Pe*t?worth, Martket Drayton,
J4*' "?? of ,h? l?te James Heald,
'' ^*rr ? Wood, Lancashire, and
rrand.on ofthe date Stewart Henry
n?7 ... *w York M'" Hard- 'f
ng Is the granddaughter of Charles
Hlugh, eighth baron of Clifford, and w
ot E*rl ot Denbeigh. The
redding will take place in October. m
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Gerard w
. ??lve a d|nner tomorrow night c*
It Meadowmere." their summer c"
?ome In Southampton. Long Island. ?'
Mrs. John McAusland has an- <1<
nounced the engagement of her Hi
laughter. Miss Jessie McAusland, to
Fletcher Ladd QUI, of this city. fl<
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fits Simons, ni
who have been occupying "Harbor tf
View, their villa at Newport, since T
their return from Lima. Peru, left w
today for their camp In the Adlronlacks.
Mrs. Joel David Woodside. of 816 t
Park avenue, have gone to Southampton
for a stay of several weeks.
. H M Robertson and Miss
Lily Robertson are visiting friends
?t Bar Harbor, Me, and later will B
go to Newport to stay with Mr. and d
Mr?. A. J. Bruen. *
Mr. and Mrs. A. Murray Young. w
who tr? Rpendlnir the summer at '
Bar Harbor. Me., will give a dinner
Ht their home on Haturday evening
in honor of Mr*. Whltelaw Held. ,
who will be their guest.
(I'sle*. otherwise apeeMled. >11 the follow-1"
in? applicant* are from thin city.) G
Walter 7.Imm 28. and Theresa W Cheat- ?
ham. 30. The R>t. J. if \(r*Namara I cl
J Johnaon. 24, of Monfllo. Mass.. r
K 'r'C11' "f F~"rick' Md '
Walter K. Alt. 2*. and Hilda M. Kder. 19. ; h
b"tli of Baltimore Md. The Ber J u c
Jeffrie*. ! p
Raymond P Harrison. 21. and I*ona Jack- n
on. 10. Tte R,v J. A Taj ler. J
ph A' "'" "'"a- 2?. of Rlooaiin(lon. :
III-, and Comtanre J Borerfe. 2*. of Well-1
T??" The Kev. j. M. McNa-.r. *>
Willie Harrison. 25. and Cliaabeth I^oma. c
*' The R** W. Hawkin* ^
William Burn. St. and Myrtle Smith. 2?.
The Rev. J. J. O'Connor.
Albert 8 ritrh. M. of Cllftos Forfe. Va.. 1
and Roberta L Henley. 57. The Rev. R. B.
Bryen L. Corbin. 24. and Mattfe M Ban
wwn. 1*. The Rev r.. H. Swem.
I?ni* I. Dnbon, M, of Roaalvn. Va . and d
Ronla Hultxman, 25. The Ber MA
Alfred Beofna. 20 and Adele Cerceo. 22 p
The Rev X. M DeCarlo. j ^
Goa (iepeway. 2K of Dnblin. Oa. and d
A,?* 8a,Mh* ~ ^ J H J'TrW.
William K. Nolte. 23. and Dolorea J Hand
era. 20. The Rf*. T. J. O'Conneli
Jame? H Hall. 37. of Nominj Gro?#. Ta 1
and Vlrfie White. 23. of Newlanda. Va. The
R*t. J. K. Hrt((>
.-'T1 Pr"*n,*?- 2*- Beutah 1 Itrsdford
IH. hoth of Newport Newn, Va. Tbe Rev
T. K. I>a rln.
Jacob T. Nicely. 33. of Clifton Porfe. Va . ' j
L Veaa. 21. of Uck Run. Va
The Rev. D. P. Down a. t
John Maateraon. 39. and Mary Clark. 2S ' t
The Re* W. iK.ract ! d
rJl'hr>'} 23. Henretts ] .
Jl. The Be. 1. F Willi.
Kdw.nl Mrt-r,r. a-, ,M HtW, M Glw> !l
34. The Re*. W. Rrown. a
J"'"h K. John?on. 3S. and Hattie I'eel. 3.
The Rer. D K. VImu>
J"hn*"n- and Rlanehe JarkMm I
23 The Ret. M w. n Norman. I
Sun'ej A. Khanor. 22. and Mildred I,. |
w?ne. 23 The Rev T. T. Da.U. I
KdwaM ThompM>n. 31. of rort.mouth. V. f
and Othealia R. Johnaon. 2h. of Norfolk. Va* '
The Rev. J. J. Colley.
^?- " .
the party were Misses Klsle Montgomery.
Marguerite Karnes. Marie ,
1. McOulre. Mrs. Daisy Seymour
Kronheisrr. sister of the hostess
from Pennsylvania; Miss Sadie Poe,
Mrs. Florence Kettler. Mr. ?Oler. I
; *'h" motored down from Italtimore: i
I I-ieut. Brown, V. S. A : Mr McAr- i
dell, and Mr. Chadfield.
lotor trip still more
ride plenty of Iced
mforts duaty throats
Icing improves the
Banquet Tea. It inies.
^ our dealer has
Banquet Orange Pekoe
ia and Ceylon
*t mmd Wy
Ight New Shoes
'rove Undoing Of
Sold Hold-up Man
CHICAGO, July It?"You wish a
Ir of shoe,?" queried Fred 8*nn,
of the New Tork Shoe Comny,
w be rubbed bl* hands ul
illed the customary (bop smile on
man who had Just arrived.
"Yea," replied the customer. "1
ear a I double A and that's what
"I knew he waa married." Clerk
inaon told the Judge today, "be.use
his socks were full of holes,
also thought he was a genius or
liar, for the measuring rule
towed he required a ? ahoe on a
'After much maneuvering. I manled
to squeexe his feet Into a pair
T-D'a. He walked up and down
ie green carpet, admitting with
?vloua agony that the shoes
ould do. t
"Then, your honor, he drew
agaslae pistol and demanded thai
e turn over the contents of the
.sb register. Another customer
tme In and I dropped behind a row
chairs, crawled to the street
tor and ran. yelling for the pose."
The robber, who has been identisd
B| Morris Blddte. of Indtatpolls,
attempted to get away, but
ie tight shoes were his undoing,
hey nave him such pain that he ?
as easily overtaken. ?
IRIG. GEN. ROBERTS
DIES IN OSSINING
NEW YORK. July 18 ?Brig. Gen
en K. Roberts. U. 8. A., retired. '
led in Ossining while visiting
-iends. He was stricken suddenly
ith summer complaint.
He wa8 a native of Memphis. 74
ears old. Educated at the Nor-j
ich (Vt.) University, he wan an i
Ulcer of the Union army during '
ie civil war. During the Spanish-'
merican war he commanded th#?i
>rtiflrationg at Sandy Hook. fn ;
!?05 he was retired aw brigadier
eneral. Chief of Artillery.
Qen. Roberts came from a long |
n? of fighting stock. His father,
en. Hen. Roberts, sr.. was a gen- j
ral in th? Union army during th*
Ivil war, while his grandfather and
reat grandfather were army of- I
cers.. The last was with Gen.
Ithan Allen when he took Fort Ti- j
onderoga from the Rritish In the:
Evolutionary war. (Jen. Roberts
lade his home in Washington. D. C.. I
lis widow survives him.
Funeral services were conducted
y the Rev. Christian Uicas. whose
uest h? was when he died. The i
ody was shipped yesterday to Man.
hester, Vt., where It will be buried
Sues Road for Car Crash.
Edith F. Gregg filed suit yester-.ll
ay in the District Supreme Court J
gainst the Capital Traction Com-!|
any for $2,000 damages. Through I
ittys. Covington and Burling the I
laintiff claims that her automobile'!
k-as struck by a street car on Four- jl
eenth rtreet northwest on October I
8. 1920, and damaged.
Harding Asked to Missouri.
Representatives Faust and Fatter-j
on. of Missouri. ? xtended to Presilent
Harding yesterday the invita- >
ion of the Missouri State legisla- !
ure for Harding to visit the State i
luring the celebration of the cen-J
ennial of its admittance into the
tom mosey |
Or arc th
U.u H Street N. W. Off** H*l
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A Wonderful Assortment of
Sheer Summer Frocks
'10 - '18 -i
t ! I
?of Organdies, Swiss, Gingham
and Voiles, in the season's newest
designs and colors are included in
the Complete Disposal Sale.
Absolutely No Approval*, Exchanges or Credits
Durinf This Sale.
= I ==SS= I III 1 1-?'
THE BUSY CORNER PENH. AVENUE AT STH STREET
Open 9:15 A. M. Close 6:00 P. M.
White Wash 11
' Fabrics - j
At Clearing Prices ?
?Remind you that you want and can have many white frocks a no I
pay little- for them.
?Thousands of yards. j>lain and novelty white voiles; fine, sheer A
qualities. 36 and 40 inches wide, in plaids, checks and stripes. J
Regular 38c and 30c qualities. In the July Clearing 25c
Sale, special, a yard
?Imported Wkite Swim Or- ?Novelty White Goods, 38 and
gaudy, 45 inches wide; very fine 40 inches wide, in sheer batiste
and sheer with a crisp, perma- ,nd vo|te m checks. plaids and
nent finish. Regularly SI-25. . D i i *i
. , c , - stripes. Regularly $1. 7C _
$1-00 A y?d 75C
?White Nainsook, 36 inches ?White Gabardine Suiting. 36 H
wide; very fine quality with a inches wide: very closely woven I
nice soft finish. In 10-yard with diagonal weave. Of ||
pieces. A CO *7C Regularly 50c. Yard. j|
piece ^ KmV-Slrrri Flaar.
II 14?W/ IV11 Ml I
It's the most j
rtable place to shop
oplc saying this about your store?
icy spending their money with comvhere
air moving, improving ventilation
ing flies and excessive heat away? I
prepare your store to attract summer
d-Electric Fans Are Sold
ding Washington Dealers
n Dealers Will Have Window
Displays of G-E Fans
? tore that yoi jet the kind yon wait
for the Trade Mark "G-E"