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THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY; .TUNE 6, 1919.
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HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY
President-Elect of Brazil Due June 19 June Week Festivities at Annapolis.
News of the Diplomats and of Official Society.'
mauUTal Hair and Iot of It If
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Sere's Kood news for men and
women -whose hair is falling1 out,
wnose scalps are covered with
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with the genuine Parisian sage
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eellent results from its use; some
wao feared baldness now glory in
tnfeir abundant hair, while others
Who suffered, for years with, dan
druff and itching head got a clean,
cool scalp after Just a few days
ne of .this simple home treatment.
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stringy hair, dandruff or itching
scalp try Parisian sage you will
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now insures abundant
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D. EPITACIO PESSOA. president-
elect of Brazil, who is coming
to this country as the onrnt
of the nation. Is expected in Washing
ton on June 13. He is coming from
Paris, where he "has been represent
ing his country at the peace confer
ence, and he will make the trip aboard
a French battleship. One of Wash
ington s handsomest homes will be
placed at the disposal of Dr. Pessoa
and his party during their stay here
Dr. Francisco Taudela y Varela. am
bassador of Peru, is in New York for
a brief visit, apd is staying at thoJ
The governing board of the Pan-
American Union will give a reception
and garden 'party tonight in the hall
of the Americas and the Aztec Gar
den of the Pan-American Building in
honor of the delegates to the Pan
American Commercial Congress. In
vitations have been extended to offi
cials and unofficial persons who are
interested In Pan American relations
and the reception promises to be one I
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In the receiving line will be Acting
Secretary of State and Mrs. Frank L.
Polk, the ambassador of Mexico, the
minister of Venezuela, and the min
ister of Ecuador, members of the
committee of the governing board
of the conference.
John Barrett GItcs Luncheon.
John Barrett, director general ot
the Pan-Ame'rlcan rUnion. entertained
at luncheon yesterday in the Pan-
American annex, when his guests
were the Latin-American delegates to
the Pan-American conference.
The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs.
Daniels have gone to Annapolis to at
tend the graduation ceremonies at
the Naval Academy today. A num
ber of other prominent Washington
ians are in Annapolis for the June
week festivities, among them Mrs.
Edward W. Eberle, wife of the for
mer superintendent of the Naval
Academy. She is the guest of Hear
Admiral Scales, the present superin
tendent, and Mrs. Scales.
Commander and Mrs. Edwin H. Till
man went to the academy today to
witness the graduation of their son.
Midshipman Edwin H. Tillman, jr.
They are accompanied by Miss Mar
ghcrltta Tillman and their house
guests, including their daughter, Mrs.
L. S. Frazer; Mrs. William Moore Stil
well, of New Hochellc, and Mrs. H.
Kondrup, sister-in-law of Mrs. Till
man. Mrs. George Vest and her daughter,
Mrs. Mason Young, are spending the
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Wife of the Commercial Secretary of the Danish Legation.
week at Carvel Hall. Mrs. Vest's son,
George Vest, is a student at the acad
emy. Bakers to Motor to Dinner.
The Secretary of War and Mrs.
Baker will motor to Baltimore today
and will be entertained at dinner by
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Chestnut, return
ing late tonight. Mr. Baker will make
an address at the commencement ex
ercises of a school in the suburbs
Tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Baker will
motor to Chambersburg. Pa., where
Mrs. Baker will sing at the commence
ment cxereineB of -Wilson College, of
which she is a graduate.
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FRIDAY and SATURDAY
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"Comprising Georgettes, Taffetas, Voiles,
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1209 Connecticut Ave.
Lanes Give Dinner.
The Secretary of the Interior and
Mrs. Lane had a small company
dining with them last evening.
Th.e Secretary of Labor, William B.
Wilson, will return to Washington to
morrow from the Middle West, when
he has been making a series of addresses.
!v7Jlliam Howard Taft made an ad
drB yesterday before the graduating
cjasa of J3ryn Mawr College, of which
hilsdaughter. Miss Helen Taft, is
dean. Miss Taft will be acting presi
dent of the college for the coming
year, me president, or. N. Carv Thorn-
to&baving been granted leave of ab
segfe iur a year's trip round the
Miss Taft will accompany her
mother to their summer home at ISur-j-ayay,
Canada, about the middle of
June, and Mr. Taft will Join thom
there next month.
Pierce, daughter of the Rev.. Dr. and
Mrs. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, to Lieut.
Karl Hilding BclJ. Signal Corps, U.
S. A., will be solemnized this evening
at 8:30 o'clock, In All Souls' Church.
The ceremony will be performed by
inc Drme's rather, the pastor of the
church, and Edward B. Eynon will
give her in marriage.
Mrs. Pierce will attend her, daugh
ter as matron ot honor and tho brides
maids will include Miss Eiin J. BeiJ
and Miss Frida H. BclJ, of Hartford,
Conn., sisters of the bridegroom; Miss
Loyzellc Callihan, of Hot Springs,
Ark.; Miss Louise Lloyd Lowbcr ana
Miss Lee H. Ferguson, of Albu
querque, N. M., and Miss Josephine M.
Jonas, of this city.
Perry Close, of Hartford, Conn., will
be best man. and the list of ushers
includes H. R. Grumann. of Lincoln.
Nebr.; Robert Tafel, of Loujsville.
Ky ; and Chester BUnston, of Grand
Rapids, Mich. '
The ceremony will be followed oy
Hudson Weaver TVuptUln.
The marriage of Miss Mary Weaver,
daughter of Walter T. Weaver, to
Theodore C. Hudson. Jr., of Hartford,
Conn., was .solemnized at 8 o'clock
Wednesday evening, at the. Weaver
home, on Chain Bridge road, Va. The
altar, crowned with a beautiful rose
arch, was charmingly located on the
lawn. The Rev. Theodore C. Hudson,
sr... of Paynesville. Minn., father of
the bridegroom, performed the cere
mony. The bride's father gave her
Her gown was of white satin. Miss
Frances Weaver, her sister, who was
maid of honor, wore a frock of pink
taffeta. The bridesmaids wore or
chid taffeta, with hat to match. They
were Miss Helen Dyer. Miss Helen
Chase, Miss Margaret Stohlman, Miss
Margaret Fisher, Miss Bcrnice Smith
er, and Miss Eugenia Todhunter.
About 200 guests witnessed the cere-money.
Mr. and Mrs. Hudson left immedi
ately for New York and Atlantic
City for their honeymoon. They will
be at home after September in West
Hartford. Conn. Mr. Hudson .Is a
graduate pf Trinity College, and was
ranked as all-star fullback of the
East in 1911 and 1915.
Out-of-town guests at the wedding
were Mrs. E. S. Marlow, Elklns Park,
Pa.: the Rev. T. C. Hudson, sr.,
Paynesville. Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. San
ford T. Hudson. Omaha, Nob.; Miss
Mary Hudson. Philadelphia; Harry E.
Tobey. Osakis. Minn., and B. B.
Bishop, Jr., Spartanburg, S. C.
Gibson Fahnififtpk tahn t in
jYoxk-jfor a few days, will return
to'town tomorrow. She will close her
Washington home shortly and will
Bo tgiPwport for the summer. '
MmtAHhriitlan Hauge will return
to her Washington home tbmorrow
after a brief absence.
Mme. da Gamn to Sail Soon.
Mmc. Domicio da'Gama, who has
been living in New York since her
husband, the former ambassador of
Brazil to the United States, returned
to Rio de Janeiro to assume a cabinet
5! post, will sail on June 14 -for Brazil,
is Mr. da Gama was one of tho RrnriHan
delegates to the peace conference.
M. and Mmc. George Bakhmeteff
have left Washington for Newport
and are opening Stone Villa for the
merly Miss Frances Moore, a step
daughter of Mrs. WIchfeld, now
make their home.
Mr. Wlchgeld was recently detach
ed from the Danish legation, in this
city, where he has served for several
years as attache.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin and
Miss Anna Hamlin will leave Wash
ington Saturday, making a leisurely
motor trip to their summer borne at
Mattapolsctt.'Mass., where Mrs. Ham
lin and Miss Hamlin will remain un
til the late autumn, Mr. Hamlin join
ing them for the week-ends whenever
his duties permit.
En route to Massachusetts they
will be the guests for a week in Al
oany, N. Y., of Mrs. Rice, Mrs. Ham
Sin's sister. They will also spend a
week in Boston to attend the festivi
ties at Harvard University.
, Mrs. Rufus Day,, accompanied by
ler children, will leave Washington
'his evening for their "summer home
it Mackinac Island, Michigan.
Miss Martha Codman is staying at
he Bokec cottage in Newport while
ler Bcllevuc avenue villa is being
nadc ready for occupancy.
Stafford to Leave.
.sirs, toward Stafford and her small was elaboratly and artistically dec
on will leave Washington next week orated, with palms and peonies, and
for tho summer homo of her parents. , cch. pew was marked by a cluster of
The Maryland Avenue Baptist
Church, Fourteenth and Maryland
avenue northeast, was tho scene of
an interesting wedding- on Wednes
day evening, at 8 o'clock, when Miss
Martha Louise Haynes became the
bride of Joseph Evan Balderson, of
Klcbmond county, Va. The bride was
given in marriage by her father,
Richard R. Haynes.
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. R. S. Owens In the presence
of an assemblage which filled the
church to ii capacity. The church
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Brig. Gen. and Mrs. John A John
ston will leave Washington tomor
row for their summer homp on ths
St. Lawrence river. Mrs. Johnston's
aaugiiter. Mrs. Blair Spencer, will
spend part of the summer wjth them.
Dr. Spencer, who has recently been
released from the navy after extended
duty in foreign waters, and Mrs.
Spencer are at present n Washington.
They entertained guests at supper at
the Cafe St. Marks last evening.
Capl. Carlo Tappi. formerly chief of
the Italian aviation section in this
country, has been appointed assistant
military attache for aeronautics of the
Italian embassy at Washington. He
has already opened offices at Stone
Russian Attache Weds.
The marriage of Col. Andrew Kal-pashnikoff-Camac.
attache of the Rus
sian embassy, and Miss Celia Higgins.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Camp
bell Higgins, of Philadelphia, was
solemnized esterdav in the Russian
Uliurcn or bt. Nicholas, New York.
Following the ceremony there was a
reception at the home of Mrs. H. J.
Slocum, in Sixty-sixth street.
Colonel Kalpashnikoff was actively
connected with the Russian embassy
nere irom iyiu 10 juh, and his name
is still carried on the State Depart
ment's official list as one of the at
taches of the Muscovite embassy. Ho
arrived recently in New York," after
having been imprisoned by the Bol
shevik! for live months in the Fortrcj-s
of St. Peter and St. Paul. He and his
bride have started for Siberia, where
he will assist Admiral Kilchak, head
of the Omsk government.
Gen rrn I McLneblan to Sail June 20.
MaJ. Gen. J. D. McLachlan, military
attache of the British embassy, who
has been recalled, will sail for Eng
land on June '20. He will be succeed
ed by Brigadier General Bethell.
Mr. and Mrs. Aksel Chr. P WIch
feld, accompanied by the younger
members of the family, will sail for
Europe Saturday. June 28, aboard the
They will make a visit to relatives
in England before going to Den
mark, where they will be the guests
of Mr Wichfeld's family. Later they
will go to France, where Lieut and
Mmc,ttlenrl Marquisan, the latter for-
I Rear Admiral and Mrs. Rnhnrr v.
Peary, at Eagle Island. Me. Admiral
and Mrs. Peary will join her there
early in July. Mr. Stafford, who has
taken up the practice of law In Wash
ington since being released from the
army, will spend his vacation with
Mrs. Stafford at Eagle Island.
Duke Ricardo di Sangro. special at
tache of the Italian embassy, has left
for Italy on temporary leave.
, Miss Hcloisc Meyer is visiting Mrs.
George von Lenfcerke Meyer, at Ham
Miss Linda Steuart. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. Steuart,
and Roland Rehm. of Chicago, whose
engagement was announced some
months ago, will be married 'next
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
ine wedding will take place In St.
John's Church, Georgetown, and will
be followed by a small reception at
tnc home of Mr. and Mrs. Steua-t.
Mr. Rehm has recently been released
from the army, after having served
In France He had the rank of first
Miss Emily Steuart will be maid of
honor for her sister and the brides
maids will be Miss Marjory Steuart,
another sister of the bride; Miss
Louise Hatch, of Boston; Miss Su
sanne Lewis and Miss Lucy Berry.
Hyland Johns will bo best man and
the list of ushers includes James
Stone. Martin Fisher. William Chap-
iine. and Lieut. George Hawkins. U.
S N. The Rev. Dr. Christopher Spar
ling will officiate. The bride will be
given in marriage by her fathor.
A number of festivities have been
arranged in Miss Stcuart's honor. On
Sunday afternoon Miss Berry will
give a tea for her. and that evemntr
Jir. and Mrs. Steuart will entertain
the girls of the wedding party at
supper. On Monday Miss Emily
Steuart will give a luncheon for her
sister, and on Monday afternoon she
will be the honor guest at a bridge
party which Mrs. Hardy Page is giv
ing. Mrs. George Edwards gave a
card party for Miss Steuart on Wed
nesday. Mr. Rhem and his bride will make
their home in Chicago.
Mrs. William Gibbs McAdoo will
return to her new home In New York
today, after spending the week in
V'ashinKton with her cousin, Albert
Major Ohauncoy H. Stigand. of the
British army, and Mrs. Stlpan. who
was Miss Nancy Yulee Neff, of this
city, arrived here yesterday to visit
Mrh Stlgand's parents. Dr. and Mrs
Wallace W. Neff. at their home in
Vermont avenue Major Stigand has
seen long service in the war.
The marriage of Miss Fav Elizabeth
The musical program was render
ed, by Mrs. Robert E. Bcale, sister of
the bride, and both the Mendelssohn
and "Lohengrin" wedding marches
were used. Mrs. Beale's gown was
of white crepe de chine and geor
ette. Mrs. Bessie Watkins sang "O
The bride wore a beautiful gown
of ivory satin and Georgette crepe
trimmed with pearls. The long tulle
veil was edged with orange blossoms.
She carried a shower Ijouquet of
white roses and sweet peas, and her
only ornament was a necklace of
The maid of honor. Miss Ruby H.
Hall, wore a becoming gown of pink
Georgette crepe, with picture hat to
match, and carried La France rones.
Guy Balderson, brother of the bride
groom, was best man. The ushers
were Robert E. Beale. Earl Balderson,
Turner Cox and Robert L. Rhine.
Extended Bridal Tour.
After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Balderson left for a wedding trip.
iney will visit Niagara Falls and
Atlantic City, and will go thence bv
boat to Virginia, to visit the home of
the bridegroom. Mrs. Balderson's
traveling gown was of navy blue
wool-back satin and georgette crepe
with coat and hat of same shade.
Visiting Here From New A'ork.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston J. Cramer, of
New York, have arrived here and will
remain at the Willard for a few
days. Lieut. Comdr. James Richard
Barry, U. S. N., with Mrs. Bairy and
their infant daughter, has arrived in
A ashington for a May of several
weeks with Commander Barry' par
ents Mr. and Mrs. David S. Barry.
Lieutenant Commander and Mrs
Barry have spent the past three years
and a half in China and Japan, and at
the conclusion of their visit here the
former will return to sea duty, while
Mrs. Barry will go to the Catskills fori
the summer months.
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finished with three hem-!; black or white, a l ?C
stitched tucks, and hem-; pair )i3
stitched hem. Another? Women's "Radmoor" boot stvle
style is made with deep? pure Silk Hose, with extra size
tops. Cnoice of black, white,
bronze, navy, medium gray and
dark navy, a Cl 9C
Women's "Radmoor" pure thread
Silk Hose, full regular made, fash
ioned legs, double soles, high
spliced heels and garter tops,
white or black, a djo AA
Women's "Radmoor" extra wide
pure Silk Hose, full regular made;
high spliced heels, double soles,
garter tops, in white, black, gray,
navy and bronze, a rfo of
Women's "Radmoor" Pure Silk
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$ ings, white with black- $9 gA
Umbrella -Parasols:-: 1 00
fin a Most Extraordinary
Offer Saturday, at . . .
clockings, a pair
r..,.,--4 women's White Mercerized Lisle
nose, seamless style, with high
spliced heels, double soles PA '
and garter tops, pair... . OvC
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2 boot style, ' seamless with spliced
? soles, heels and toes and garter
pair - 07C
i Children's onc-and-one Ribbed
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25c, 35c, 45c, 50c
Children's Fancy Mercerized
ljisie ocks, in piam wmte or
white with fancy striped
tops, a pair
Children's Three-auarter Leneth
X Socks in white with fancy striped
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Most of them $5 values. A few intended to be sold for a great
2 deal more. Offered at $3.7o because of slight flaws in the all-
silk taffeta covers a pulled thread or a dropped stitch, but
nothing to affect the usefulness of the umbrella-parasol. Styles J
suitable for both rain and sunsmne.
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Choice of navy blue, green, purple and reds, the sticks finished fancy tops; sizes 7 to 9, Cfl
with bakelite rings and silk loops and trimmed with bakelite. The X at ' 0C
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wniie, pmK, sKy anu DiacK, 7c
Kann's Street Floor.
all sizes, pair.
it Kanns S?trect Floor,