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! ? I OONTINriD FROM PAGE POUB. ^ eluded in the guests, and it was a most successful affair. Mrs. Hay wood. Mrs. Nash and Caroline. Miss Margaret Smith, that pretty girl from Annapolis; Mrs. George H. Benjamen. George Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Smith. the John Branches. Mrs. Oelrich. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Callany. Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Lewis and all the others. The tennis courts at the Casino, the swimming pool and the horse hack riding seem to occupy those athletically inclined. Golf gets the older dames and the cripples. At night the principal sport is drink ing. except for the dancing. (So a little bird told me. They added that the whole place is very wei indeed. Perhaps that is one reason, the place is so popular.) There are lota of pretty, attractive girls down there, but rather a scarcity of beaux. Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Wells, of Washington, went to the Green brier for the week-end- Mrs. Wells, may return wtih a party to pass some time there. Dr. and Mrs. Wells had a glorious time down there: Though they ar rived there after all of the invitations j had been pent out, they were invited i to all of the parties while they were I there, and for this week, too. which j I think would - have ttimpted Mrs. Wells to have stayed lown there longer except for the fact that she lost her trunk, and all the clothes she had with her were a few she had for tunately placed in a suit case at the last minute and took with her. No. ? she hasn't found the trunk yet. If she gets it before long, she will co' back to White Sulphur and pay one or two visits elsewhere also. The Wells went down there rather unexpectedly. Their very good friends. Count Rosen and Capt. Sylvan, of the Swedish Embassy staff, and Mr. ? Hanssen and Dr. Andreae. of the staff of the Netherlands legation. all went down there by motor and persuaded ? Dr. and Mrs. Wells to co down the j train and meet them. Of course. those' men had a good time, too; any hostess . is always glad to crab up a few ex- ; tra men at the last minute. An event which marked the height1 of the season at Southampton and j which was of great interest here wtL3 the dance given last we??k by Clarence H Mackay and his daugh-' ter. Miss Katherine Mackay, at the Orchard, the country place of James j L. Breese. which Mr. Mackay has leased for two months. It was par ticularly a dance for the young as- ! sociates of Miss Mackay in the sum- ' mer colony, and in addition the heads of families were asked and a great many of the guests were from Wash ington. In advance of the dance several din ners were given- Mr. and Mrs. Good hue Livingston had one for Mr. Mac kay at their villa, and Miss Florence Ellsworth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan Ellsworth, save one at the: Ellsworth villa for Miss Mackay and | sr.me of her young friends. Mrs. j Henry Pearce had e dinner for older | people at the Meadow Club. I.OVELY DECORATION* AT MACKAY PARTY. The Orchard, with its formal gardens I and the orchard from which it takes its name, lends itself to decorations, i and the place with its myriads of gay ' colored lanterns and electric lights had ' a fairyland aspect. Th?* trees on the lawn were hune with blue lights, and the driveway was done in red lights. ? The long arbor through which the j guests approadlied the house, was ' hung with orange colored lanterns, i which were placed among the festoons ) of oak leaves. The house is of Colo- ; nial design, and the imposing whi'.e j columns at the front were wound ; with garlands of oak leaves. The gardens with their hedges of box ' and statuary were illuminated with I blue lights, ar.d along the deep pa'hs j were rows of red. yellow or orange : lights and a mixture of Oriental colors. I In ihe wide entrance hall were greatl vases of pink and white Japanese J lilies. uhile in the conservatory were placed bright colored warden flowers J arranged in Oriental designs. Mr. Mackay and his daughter re- ' cetved in the marble loggia, about ! which were placed orange trees in full ! fruit. Miss Mackay wore a simple] gown of white tulle, embellished with j garlands of forget-me-nots and pale: pink roses. The guests arrived from many din- j ners. and after the informal reception ; the dance beean in the Italian renais- ? -ance ballroom, and for the overflow there was space in the banquet hall ? adjoining Miss Byrne s full orchestra played. For those who did not care to dance bridge tables were placed in the drawing room and library. A large marquee had been built on the lawn Just outside the banquet hall and under it supper was served at small tables. On the verandas facing the garden other tables were placed tor supper, and from all sides there was a view of the illuminated gardens. DIPLOMATIC CORPS EVER CHANGING. The Diplomatic Corps In Washing ton is ever changing. Each week finds some of the diplomats cone and new comers on the seen*. The August list of the corps in Washington, issued monthly by the State Department, shows many important changes. It o Two of the most popular chil dren in official circles in Wash ington are the daughters of Sec retary of War and Mrs. Newton Baker. Miss* Betty and Miss I'?'ggy. and this picture is much sought by friends of the Baker family. They are now with their mother at Chautauqua. N. Y. states that four of the ambassadors, who were marked "absent" because they were out of the I'n.ted States for one reason or another, have re turned: likewi.se two ministers are back at their desks here once more. Three ministers, who apr?-ared in the last list as merely "appointed." have been presented formally to the Presi dent since that booklet, the one for July, was issued. Then several m.nis ter;< appear in the new list, first time, as "absent." as they have just left thr country during the past month. Acording to all indications, by the tim#? the next official list appears there may be several nf\* ambassadors in our m.dst. including a British Ambas sador and a Japanese Ambassador. England announced about a month ago that she has appointed an am bassador pro tern in the person of Viscount Grey, bettor known in Amer ica as Sir Edward Grey, formerly sec retary of state for foreign affairs. Word comes from Japan that Kijuro Shidehara. vice min ster for foreign affairs in the Japanese cabinet, may be the new ambassador from that na tion to this, but that has not been officially confirmed yet. The news has hern heard in Washington also that Dr. Domicio da Gama. who was Bra z.lian Ambassador here for several years, but who returned to his own country about a year ago to accept a cabinet position, will return shortly. Then. also, it may not be many moons before we have a German Ambassador at Washington. Several members of the French Em bassy staff who appeared on the last diplomatic list are missing from the August number. Charles de Gham brun. who was counselor of the French Embassy, is marked as ab sent: he sailed for home about a month ago. M. and Mme. de I^bou laye. the former second secretary of the embassy, and Jules Blondel. third secretary, all of whom appeared as absent in the July list, have since severed their connections with the embassy here entirely. \KW ATTACHES OF BRAZIL. The Brazilian Embassy Tioasts a new attache in the person of Manoel Coelho Rodrigues. who is technical adviser. The embassy is establirhed at the Hotel Irving in Southampton. I* I., for the summer, with Alberto cie Ipanema as charge d affaires. Gen. 'Nicolas Urcnllu y Cereljo, formerly August Fur Gearance / / \ a <^F- T? \ \ * f '\ to!ctW[ f JUBtV- BESjitrSr m " / ^B Jti^V a ' Tfl ar mffirifffii- hip'si tsk?5 p .. v/J / /jgiMflJMMfc AMMiWaiBasg I >-^SL 1 / I aWj^SraJ^S -C/V jWF* Read nsE* ' These Prices Carefully?They Offer Wonderful Oppor tunities for Saving. BeantifaJ Seal Coats $135 op Coatee*, Seal or Nutria $95 up Foxes, Alaska. $35 up Exclusive Neckpieces, all furs $18 up Fine Display of Beavers at Loav Prices. Mu/fs to Match All Furs $15 up WM. ROSENDORF 1213 G STREET _ Opposite Dulin & Martin Ci!isvrh.V'^he ?f the SP*nl?h En, tor V VM.^CnKrePlaCCd by CoL Vic" Mme Viiil? ^ a.ccompanie<J by and .h^ n T"* Ambassador Countess Macchi di Cellerc I r?mth ,>,mark<?d presfint this issue, though (hey appeared in the last one as absent. They were in ParU or several months ?? rount dl \*|,?e ConTere^ T"tTy lhc Conference. Confess di Cellere Ls passing: the summer at Newoort where the count Join. her ?c?ton | HeTtrln ? ,T^?SSad0r Mm* Beltran de Mathieu returned last week from Magnolia. Mm. where1 ThVv rlrrf0"" t0 Spen,J the "?"nm.>r , ST ??oner than they had planned because of the Impondin-I 8ionVwh?/h\ h0niC,al Chllri"' mis sion. which is headed by Don Jsmaei Toconnao. president of the senate as a special ambassador, which w'li come to Washington en route ,<! i England. Guatavo Munizaga Varcla f counselor of the Chilean Kmbwsv' h"f' ^a",ec" appointed consul gen-I i era) Cf Chile at Liverpool. Jose Luis !fel?rCOanVl^re?i7U ac,inS as coun Irf .nt'erf . Illanes has been op-1 Panted to succeed Senor Vaitla. I flnancTa?mTrs-oTf^m1 c'hlf "T"" | gently visited .STu^ ^ 1 I for this. Augusto Vin.?euVara^."7 dent of the Bank of Chile ant t"" i Enrique Tocornal former ^n '.3" ;of foreign relations have V it is reported, leaving Senator nw" \mZon"" th< ?",y of'the ! tereale" 1<?,OV*nni AUi.t. <le Mon iTta.ian -f:mb.SsTdoesnnoTr ?f ,h* [the August .1st as he only -rrn^d UuwnnK't"n la!,t He i" I 1 "H T"' Rt th" Shore s.'K/ss last winter of t)le influenza. Col military "uche'V'the Ame'em , ton shortly for Italv t ;l- *w I 'Ln'^" .smhas5ado''- both the Mexi? J ? an Ambassador, Senor Tne Vo-n*/* I ?"d th? Russian Ambassa dor. Boris Bakhmeteff, appear jn | this list as having returned, after i r' thS of ,h" ab;" nt r?r -me time. wLv . W'T" remained in Washington during their husbandV | absence. The Mexican Ambassador pSs ,n and the Russian in ! aris. The Counselor of the Meii jean Kmbassy and Mme. Juan nolo . Who went for a tour of Canada some ,ntr, aS?' hav" returned to Wash mgton. R. s. Hinsovs are MISSIXG. I Of the British Embassy stafT. Rnb i frt Spear Hudson's name is missing. I He waa third secretary, but he and time r*turned to Kngland some I'? a*?, ""d he has recently hren (ireece The h"" British ,.- k honon,r>- attache of th? British Kmbassy. capt. n R <;ien who spent the past fortnight in New Es?a?*wra ?"'ysr to V709 M0rV W,',r',ma" T'ark In,, to I,I? H street, while their eollesgu Wallace, of the military attache stafT. has riven up his apart ment at ihe Wardman Park Inn ami avenue'. at ,33' Connecticut ' who wa-,: commercial Uuff 17?. British Rmbassv staff, is no longer on the staff and with Mrs. Pugdale. has left \\-a?i,. ,TIr secretary of the ,?ap if. "?, Kmba"3y. Sellchlro Vokota cUhe??7wZSryT 7 7 I Commander Yoshitake Cveda n? ,i |h vfjlf' r"U:"M ,a-" Tuesday from I York A"an,ic City and New The Chilean Kmbassy staff boasts ; two new attaches. Senor n?,,T: the ut his wife and niece. Miss Manuela ' W ar?J rtW marked ?C The ambassador came back here from fans about a month ago h?. ,, ' ? I forS ."L,'"3 fam,ly 11,11 not come ov er I ror some weeks vet I rederico M. Quintana. who ?? counselor of .he Argentine Emba^y 80nc Hilarion D. Moreno has taken his placc. Mme. Moreno did not accompany her husband to Washing ton. Rene Correa Luna, formerly sec retary, and his wife have both left Washington, the former being no long er attached to the eorv?* in this city. Uicardo Becu. of the same stafl.tthas been absent for some time but his wife appears in the August list as absent for the first time. A new attache of | that staff is Hcctor Ayerza, who is I living at 1600 New Hampshire avenue. SWEDISH ATTACHES I LAVE GONE 1IOMK. The Ambassador of Peru, Senor Dr. i Don Francisco Tudela, is marked as absent in the August list. He only j presented his credentials last March. [ but resigned a few weeks ago because ! the government which he represented j In Peru was overthrown. The legation of Portugal boasts a new attache, Lieut. Filemon Duarte Almeida, naval attache. The Minister of Sweden, W. A. F. Kkengren, and his wife are list ed as absent in the August list, but both have returned to this country after an extended visit in "JCngland j and Sweden. The Minister is in Wash | ington but Mme. Kkengren Is spend j ing the remainder of the summer In ISdgartown, Mass. Several members of the Swedish legation staff have left since, the | July list was issued; have severed connections with the legation here. They are Count Nils Rosen. captain of the Swedish Life Guards; Lieut. J. 13. Jeansson, honorary attache; and Bertil A. Renborg. secretary of the Swedish commission. Mm**. Renborg accompanied her husband bark to Sweden. N P. Arnstedt, commercial adviser of the legation of Denmark, has also left the corps and gone home, taking Mme. Arn stedt with him. The Minister of Siam is listed as ab sent. lie?Phya Prabha Karavongse ?sailed from New York about a week ago for Paris, where he will lay certain claims on behalf of his government before th*> peace con | ference. The Cuban Minister. Dr. Carlos Manuel de Cespedcs, is marked absent for the first time; h?* and Mme. C*.-spedes and their niece, I Miss Anita de Lima, went abroad a short timo ago for an extmd'-d Iiu jropean trip. Dr. Jose T. Baron, second secretary of the Cuban le gation staff, has been transferred l from the temporary staff to the per manent one. Dr. Mariano Brull j and Dr. Alfonso Forcade > Jerrin. | who were both members of that staff last month, arc now missing , from the official list. They were I both accompanied by their wives, | whose names, of course, also no Ion- I ger appear on the State Depart ment booklet. The legation has a ! new attache in the person of Dr. Fedro Rodrlgucz-Capote. who has taken an apartment at '-'^00 Six teenth street. PANARKTOFF* ARK BACK. The Minister of Bulgaria, Stephen PanarctofT. and his wife, appear a* absent In the August number, but both returned last week after a six weeks' visit in Paris. Of the stutr of the legation of Kcuador. Col. *D??i I Knrique Itoca. military attache, anci | that of his wife, appear as absent They live in New York when they arc in this country. Uieut. philippo Hor bier. military attache of the Belgian legation, has gone home for a visit. , his wife having prec eded him by a | month or so. He will return. 41 Is thought, when the ltelgiari Minister. Baron Kmil dc Cartier de Marchienne. who is in Paris, returns to this conn j try. bringing with him his American bride. Congress iy going to raise the 1 Belgian legation to an embassy shortly. C. A. LiofTm&n has come to Wash ington as assistant commercial adviser I of the legation of Switzerland to re ; place Alexander Zellweger, who was ! isted as I volunteer attache. Fre.d | crick Oederlln. who Is commercial ad j viser of the same staff, will leave Washington shortly to return to Switz erland and the Swiss Minister him self. Ilans Sulzcr. is scheduled to go home not later than the tirst of the year He asked to be retired some j months ago now. Mme. Aridreac. who accompanied her husband. Dr. I). II Andrene, commercial attache of the Netherlands legation to this country, has returned home. Jonkheer Dr. A. W. I.. Tjarda van Starkcnborgh Staekouwer, who was secretary or the Netherlands l/cgation. has severed his connection with the corps since last month and. with his wife, form erly Miss Christine Marburg, of Bal timore. is at the Scacroft. Manchcstcr hy-the-Sea. Two of the Serbian le gation secretaries arc listed as absent this month. namely. Alexandre V. CONTIM KD ON PACK SIX The Autopiano Your Evenings at Home are anvthing but lonesome when you have your AUTOPIANO and your Music for Company. 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Bleached Damask Tea Cloths. Neat striped center, with Greek key bonder cloths, hemmed ready for use; with hemmed napkins. Cloths 45x45 inches. Special, each _$1.58 Cloths 54x54 inches. Special, each $1.95 Napkins 22x22 inches. Special, per doz _ S4 50 Napkins 18x18 inches. Special, per doz ..$3.15 Pure Linen, Twilled or Plain, Crash Toweling, 17 inches wnde; very durahle. Special, 50c yard. Union Crash Toweling, half linen, heavyweight; 17/i inches wide: red border. Spe cial. 35c yard. For Home-Sewn Lingerie High-class merchandise at special prices. English larantulle. 40 inches wide $1.00 and $1.35 yard Japanese Nainsook. 10-yard pieces $6.00 $7.50 piece English Nainsook, 10-yard pieces $5.00, $6.50 and $7.50 piece English Nainsook. 36 inches 39c, 45c, 59c, 62Vstc and 65c yard Real Irish Striped White Dimities 50c yard Pajama C'oth. in a neat check 39c yard Hemstitched and Hemmed Pure Linen Union and Cotton Huck Towels. 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Handkerchief Department New importation of Genuine "Lissue" Handkerchiefs. These are guaranteed to retain their color in the laundry. The new color sport borders. 35c each. New importation of Genuine Irish Print Handkerchiefs. These are the extreme in novelty sport effects now so in demand. Neat hemstitched, hem or scalloped. 25c each. New importation of Men's and Women's Handkerchiefs. This special lot includes men's colored border, plain tape border and hand-embroidered initial handkerchiefs. Women's H. S. pure linen initial, pure linen colored sport and pure linen embroidered handkerchiefs. 30c each. THE LINEN SHOP ?co .tinues the most remarkable sale of Fine Madeira Hand Scalloped. Hand Embroidered Linen Pieces ever held in Washington. Beautiful eyelet, seed and solid embroidery on fine, pure round-thread linen. Limited quantities in some sizes demand an early selection. Scalloped and Embroidered Tea Cloths. 45 inches in diameter; values up to $25.00 each, for $13.75 each. Scalloped and Embroidered Scarfs, of pure linen. 20 inches wide by 36. 45. 54, 63 an3 72 inches long. Beautiful designs in above sizes. Values up to $10.00 each. Choice of any size, $5.00 each. Hand - embroidered Baby Slips and Floss Pillow, complete, in beautiful de signs. Up to $9.00 values, of pure linen. Choice. $3.90 set. Hand - scalloped Oval Embroidered Doilies. 6x12 inches; $1.00 values for 50c each. Hand -s calloped Embroidered Center pieces: 20-inch diameter. $2.75 each; 24-inch diameter. $3.50 each; 27-inch diameter. $5.00 each. Values up to $10.00 each. Fine rose scalloped edge plain finer pieces. Madeira handmade, at speaal prices: 18x36-inch Scarfs, special, $2.85 each 18x45-inch Scarfs, special, $3.00 each I8x54-inch Scarfs, special, $4.15 each 18x63-inch Scarfs, special, $4.85 each 18x72-inch Scarfs, special. $5 45 each 6x8 -inch Oval Trays, special... 25c 5x11-inch Oval Trays, special... 29c I Ox 14-inch Oval Trays, speaal... 59c DRAPERY DEPARTMENT Window Draperies and Portieres, 2/i ucs to $10.00 pair; to close out, $3.75 pair, Aerolux Porch Shades in green and ol these without charge for the labor involved a nominal charge will be made. Sizes ar.d 3 ft. 3 in $2.50 6 ft 4 ft $3.25 7 ft. 3 in.. 5 ft. 3 in $4.75 8 ft Multi-Colored Cathedral designs, regularly $1.50 per Cretonne 36-inch Cretonne, every wanted col oring, in conventional or floral designs: heavy quality, suitable for slip covers or draperies. Regularly up to $1.00 yard. Special, 69c yard. 50-inch Imported Cretonne, floral de signs on plain or striped background; blue and rose colorings. Specially priced at $1.95 yard. yards long; some of sunfast material. VaJ ive. As a special inducement we will hang except where hung in brick or stone, when prices: $5.75 9 ft. 3 in $9.00 $7.00 10 ft $10.00 $7.50 12 ft $12.50 Scotch Madras yard. Special, $1.00 per yard. Lace Curtains Novelty Lace Curtains, 2/z yards long; cream color, filet mesh, plain or small figure centers, with banded border. These are priced much below today's actual value, at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00 M<d $5.00 pair. Fine Voile Curtains, 2'/4 yards long: white or ivory; wide hemstitched border, plain edges. Special value at $3.00 pair.