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convention will be brightened ..by
some social affair a formal recep
tion or a small tea, motor rides or
gallery tours. Mrs. Potter Palmer
ha splaced her house on the Lake
Shore drive at the disposal of the
clubwomen and the famous "tur
reted castle" overlooking the lake
will be Mrs. Bass' headquarters dur
ing the convention.
The social program will open with
a concert at the Auditorium Tues
day night, to be followed Thursday
night by a reception at the Art Insti
tute. Sunday .June 14, there will be
a concert at the Auditorium, and be
tween these large gatherings there
will be many receptions in private
homes and in the hotels.
Some of the distinguished guests
who will attend the convention are
Miss Margaret Wilson, President
Wilson's daughter, who speaks
Wednesday, June 17; Gilford Pon
chot, who speaks on "Conservation";
Miss Julia C. Lathrop, chief of Fed
eral Children's Bureau, Washington;
Mrs. Dimies, .T. S. Denison, New
York; the Rev. Jenkin Lloyd-Jones,
Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Charlotte
Perkins Gilman, Prof. Charles Zeib
lin and Mrs. Chester G. Higbee.
The delegates from foreign coun
tries will include Mrs. D. J. Fleming,
Lahore, India; Mmt. Reitara Tchmo
nioya, Tokiov Japan; Mrs. J. D. Leck
ie, London, lj5ngIand;,Mnae. Heliodore
Fortier, Montreal, and Mrs. C. P.
Breckinridge, WSst Indies.
As the re-electioa oT Mrs. Perry V.
Pennybacker, federation president, is
a foregone conclusion, the serenity
of the biennial meeting will be un
disturbed by politics.
PUNCH FOR LAWN PARTY.
Mix one cup of lemon juice, two
cupfuls of sugar, one pint of fruit
juice (strawberry or raspberry), one
small pineapple (grated), and two
quarts of water. Put in a bowl with
a large piece of ice. When ready to
serve, put in two quarts' of ginger
UNITY IS, THE WATCHWORD 0F
Kansas, City, Mo. That "business"
women work better when they work
in unity" is the gospel of Miss Nettie
Huff, vice president of the Kansas
City Woman's Commercial Club and
a successful-business and club wom
an. Miss Huff is putting her business
precept into practice' by leading a3
movemento erect an office building
to be used exclusively by women. The
building will contain everything, from'
a bank run by women to a beauty
parlor, also in charge of women f
. o o '
If each member of the family'
wants to 'sleep in a single bed and
there is room-for -but a double one,
this is a good way out of the diffi
culty: Simply supply double beds1
with single sheets" and blankets fori
each sleeper " " " x