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Th -Fme amamse ad Mm..
I a waf the guests of hmer
ahe dinnmer whuch the ftchf
and Ume Rlano gave
em The Ambas.made of
a Mm . lheet ad the mia
eas Netherands ad 11m.
000mes Waf also in the paty.
The leertary of War ad Mrs.
Vhaer wm the honor guests at a
n"r whiGh NJ. G". ad Mrs.
1Qlia N. Wright gave last evene
r.Afterwards the party attended
the doeo which a group of army
ewelm ad their ViVe. gave at
sahm . ene of a series given
d n he winter.
m Un=atth Prees, who spends
Much time with her eousise the
eerary ot War- and Mrs. mker.
ts at Walter Reed Hospital rem
rating from an operation an her
Mrs. Joeephus Daniels. wife of the
Secretary of the Navy. has bees ap
eainted by Presidept Wilson to at
tend the eighth congress of the In
ter=ueti.a Woman Sffrage A1ti
ane as the ollcia delegate repre
seating Ameriamn women. The con
grime will meet in Geneva. Switzer
land. in June. Thirty-one nations
will be represented.
UANOUNSI AVymALWA T BE
GUfr OF URs. DUV VMUK.
Baroness Romano Avessana. wife
of the Italian Ambassador, will be
the guest of honor at a luncheon
which Mrs. Ryan Devereux will give
tomoqrow at Chevy Chase. Bar
onses Romane Avesmana will be at
homue this afternoon at the embassy
hen she will be assisted in receiv
ling by her daughter. Miss Romano
Avesmana, and the ladies of the eqi
bassy staff. Signora Brambilla. Big
nora Celesla. Marquise di Bernezzo.
Signora Guldoni and Mrs. Carlos
Baroneas Romano Ave.nna was
among the guests at the luncheon
which Mrs. W. D. Leahy gave yes
terday. The other guests were Mrs.
George Barnett. Mrs. Albert Nib
lack. Mrs. Harry Taylor. Mrs. Ed
ward Gay. Mis Elizabeth Davis.
Mrs. Charles Warren and Mrs. Ed
The members of the diplomatic
earps will entertain a large and dis
tingUnaled company at a dinner
dance at Wardiman Park Hotel this
Mime. Cremer will receive infor- him
=ally at the legation this afternoon ton
after 4:30 o'clock.
Col and Mrs. Edward L. Munson wil
entertained at dinner inst evening Ing
In compliment to the new United at
States Minister to Switzerland and
Mrs. Hampson Gary.
C3A-NE LAVU CAPITAL a
P"R XEW YORK ' I
Charles 3. Crane. who with Mrs. I e
Crane was in the city preparatory
to sailing for China to take up his
work as minister to that country. tar
has returned to New York. accom- lin
pned by Mrs. Crane. While In the ma
city they were at their apartment "
in Stoneleigh court. Tu<
Hugh Gibsen. American Minister by
to Poland. is expected In Washing- We
ton within the next month or so. the
He left Warsaw Tuesday. coming RIi
by way of Berlin and Paris. John Mi
Campbell White. secretary of lega- ho
tion, is in charge during his ab- Oa&
Franklin K. Lane, former Secre- Grt
tary of the Interior, has returned thi
from California and joined Mrs. ily
Lane and Miss Nancy Lane at their Di:
Mrs. Glen, mother of Capt. R. R. K.
usn and Wind Bring Out Ugly Ni14
Spets. How to Remove Them. Rig
Here's a chance, Miss Freckle- twi
face. to try a remedy for freckles ter
with the guarantee of a reliable tn
concern that it will not cost you clu
a penny unless it removes the not
freckles; while if it dIoes give you Rol
a clear complexion the expense is ma:
Simply. get an oaine'e of Othine- rs
double strength -from any druggist I~a
and a few applications should show an
you how easey it is to rid yourself
of the homely freckles and get a in
beautiful complexion. Rarely is Plc
more than an ounce needed for the liel
worst case. e
Be sure to ask the druggist for you
the double strength Othine, as this are
strength is sold under guarantee of dcb
mosey back if It tails to remove The
Medicinal Netig. Pants thu
iie.and deat h-By Lee
A ma ssedheathy and sro
sunless rooms. After all, Naturf's ways
tUre's remedies are always best for crac
mean a medicine made of plants-and hel
Dr. Pierce. founder of the Invalid
at Bffalo, N. Y. in many yeans ofa
could pin his faith to an alterative extr
for thle eradication of blood rgeasae.
den MeiclDiscovery. Containing no
veetable, hiis "Discover" makes for rit
t'usse.builder; gives the tired businas u
and luoalth Rap~y growing school1
porerihhsd blood by the pimples or boils
To eradicate the posns fro th lo
stomach on pure blood. nothing is so e
cal Discovery. If you "put your house
pur yo wil nt be subject to such t
is the best times to "clean house" becaus
upwithUintebdy d ag the longwi.
afD. Plirce's isjust the thing for ti
epshet of colds, ihm or prnsimie.
eseand can be had in esey d.
Lid Send l0c for trial packag, of
M.d m ad.Y~t
MRS. H. R
Vife of Mr. H. R. Young of the
ias Miss Mary Maxwell of
lirginia. Mr. and Mrs. Young
o Paris. They are now living at
n, honorary attache of the Brit
Embassy. who has been with
here since last fall, will sail
orrow for her home in London.
,eut. and Mrs. Earl F. Holmes
I entertain at dinner this even
on board the U. S. S. Mayflower
the navy yard.
frs. Charles Fairfax was hostess
musicale yesterday afternoon.
Mr Or ATTENDANTS FOR
NCY LANE'S WEDDING.
Lt the wedding of Miss Nancy
me, daughter of the former Secre
y of the Interior and Mrs. Frank
K. Lane, and Philip C. Kauff
nn. son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor
uffmann. which will take place
!sday, April 20, at St. John's
arch, and which wUl be followed
a reception at the bride's home.
ndell Mansions. they will have
following attendants: Mrs. John
>ley Buchanan, matron of honor;
s Frances Hampson. maid of
tor; Miss Jessie Knowles. of
:land, Cal.; Miss Avis Hughes.
New York; Miss Lindsay Wood.
sa Marcia Chapin. M1iss Betty
ive and Miss Beatrice Pollock. of
a city. as bridesmaids; little Em
Doble, of Norfolk. Va., and Mary
:on Cootes as flower girls.
amuel I. Kauffmann will be best
n for his brother. and the fol
ring will be the ushers: Franklin
Lane. jr.. brother of the bride;
Gates Williams. of St. Louis;
)rge T. Jarvis. 2d, of Indianapo
Daniel Brewster. of Baltimore;
n Stafford. f New York: (;eorgr
th. of Providence. P. I.; William
on. of Philadelphia. and John
ley Buchanan. of this city.
Irs. R.. M. Kauffmann entertained
nty-five guests at luncheon ye-q
lay in compliment to Miss Lane
t Mr. Kauffmann, her guests in
ling Mrs. G. C. Willis. of illi
!. mother of the hostess: Mrs.
yert Lansing, Mrs. Victor Kauff- I
In. Mrs. Lewis Newton Murray. 1
Dunkirk. N. Y.: Miss IElizabeth
an. of New York; Mrs. Josephr
lipson, Miss F'rances Hiampson
Mrs. John Buchanan.
ast evening a dance was given I
their honor by Mrs. Des .t.
dgett and her daughters. Misses
en andi Mona Biodgett. There I
e 150 guests, including the I
nger members of society who
friends of Miss Lane and the
utante daughter of the hostess. I
Iguests were seated at supper,
midnight. The drawing rooms
it hold the ..ert of
H. Smith, M.D0.
is who lives inthe dark orj i
are fooad to bethe best. Na
icaing disease, and by this we C
i' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
tenuive practice, found that he
act of certain plants and roots
Fhis he called Dr. Pierce's Gol
alcohol nor narcotics, e'ntirely'
h red blood and is a powerful
an or womlan renewed strength
irls and boys often show irn
which appear on face 'r neck.
asDr. Pierce's GCad.. Mmdi- d
iorder" by saaking the Mlood
lebles. The spring of the year
ter. nih1 .dical Dp,..,',
he -who ase uesei(een~
t km hs said for ever fifty el
stab in te land Pism tamet or
ipat'e and i stayiag at the *sk
Mis Efisabeth Kemp returva to
Esoeroft. Va. She has been speed
Ing her Easter vacation here with
her gsandpa'esta, Mr. and Mrs.
John A Baker. '
wl'iEN APPLMTO GIVEN
DIENMR AT SONMaUAM.
Miss Ernestine 'Appleton. of Phil
adelphia. who has bees visiting
Miss Lindsay Wood. was the guest
of honor at a dinner given at the
Shoreham last eveniag by Capt.
Stuart Cramer. The party later
attended the Blodgett. dance. Miss
Wood will scempany Miss Apple
ton upon her return to Philadelphia
Miss Margaret Trimble and Miss
Fannie May Trimble.. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. South Trimble enter
tained a. company of fifty with a
dance last evening Im compliment
to their cousin. Miss Fannie Mor
gan Macklin, who has come from
Frankfort. Ky., to visit them.
Mrs. Maurice FitsgVaurfce Day, of
London, who has been visiting her
mother, Mrs. James Dudley Morgan,
for several weeks, will sail for
England to join her husband. Maj.
Day, of the British army, on the
Lapland. May 8.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Fenton
are announcing the marriage of
their daughter. Katherine. to Angus
Nell Lamont. Columbia '14. of
Washington. which took place at 5
o'clock on Wednesday. April 7. in
the rectory of St. Aloystus' Church.
The ceremony was- performed by
the Rev. Father William J. Tynan.
S. J., in the presence of the rela
tives and intimate friends of the
bride and groom.
The bride wore a modish suit of
navy blue tricbtine, with a small
black hat trimmed with burnt
ostrich. and a sorsage bouquet of
orchids and sweet peas. She was
attended by Miss Neli MacBride, of
Pittsburg. and the best man was
Russell Low. of Washington.
After a honeymoon spent in New
York City and a tour of the Hud
son River, Mr. and Mrs. Lamont
will visit Worthampton to attend
the wedding of the bride's sister,
Miss Ella B. Fenton. to George B.
- Horton. which will take place April
Mr. and Mrs. Lamont will make
their home in Washington and will
be at home after May I at apart
ment 713, the Monmouth, 1819 G
a The military and civilian person
e nel. storage division. Quartermaster
General's Office. War Department,
gave an informal dance at the
'nited States Marine Barracks.
n Eighth and 1 streets southeast. isat
Ievening at 3:30 o'clock. Maj. Gen.
George Barnett placed the concert
hall and a portion of the Marine
IRland at the service of the ball com
1mittee. of which Capt. D. E. Lowry.
,Jr.. 1'. S. A., was clairman. and Mrs.
d Alexander Sharp, sr., was evice
chairman; Miss Packard. secretary;
Mr. J. E. Voll, treasurer they be
ing assisted by Miss Katherine
Doonan, Mr. Thomas J. Murphy, L.
A. Hohmann and their committees.
- Col. Owens G. Collins, director of
k storage division. and Mrs. Collins,
Mr. Joseph W. Ross. director of wel
fare for the War Department, and
Mrs. Ros3. received the guests, as
islated by the chairman and vice
chairman of the entertainment com
mittee. Miss Marie Welch and a
number of dancers gave an Italian
dance in costume.
. Mme. Rosemary Rose. who was to
have sung a group of songs at the
dance, was unexpectedly called to
Local alumni of St. P'aul's School.
,Concord. N. H.. will dine tonight at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
H. Brooks. 1737 K street. under the
auspices of a committee headed by
IRobert C. Hayden. who has chargze
r of the Washington campaign for the
r school's $3.000.000 endowment. J.
H. Colt, executive secretary of the
endowment committee. came from
New York to show films of life at
The foreign sermice class of
';.,rgetown t'niversity. at its class
-prom to be given tonight at Ward
man Park inn, will have as its pa
-tronesses Senora Juan Riano y Ga
knngos. Senora J. E. Lefevre, rin
eess Casinmir Luabomirska. Mrs. New
jton D). Baker. Mrs. A. MItchell
Palmer. Mrs. Thomas H. Carter. Mrs.
.Joseph Walsh. Mrs. George E. Ham
liton. Mrs. William S. Culbertson,
a i Mrs. Wesley Frost. Mrs. Loren John
r Ison. Mrs. William Kearney Carr and
e Mrs. Richard C. Harvey. The com
- mnittee for the prom includes Mr.
k Edward P'. Walsh, chairman; Mr.
a -Fred 0. Arseneau. Mr. Ralph C. Dris
flcoll. Mr. Phillip I). Sullivan and Mr.
* Frank Kelly.
fNAMlED TO MANAGE
r BRYN MAWR DAY PLANS.
Miss Elizabeth Eastman. 23
Twentieth street, has been ap
1pointed chairman of a committee of
" Washington women to take charge
r of local arrangements for the Bryn
'Mawr College May Day on May 7
This out-door presentation of old
English plays and pageants, given
every four years. attracts hundreds
of Bryn Mawr women from ali over
the country. It is being tiven this
year for the 32.000,000 endowment.
The local committee will have
charge Qf the ticket sales, arrange
for special cars to Bryn Mawr and
do as much as possible to make the
festival the most successful in the
history of the college.
Those on the committee are: Miss
Marcia Bready, 3414 Newark street;
Miss Eugenia Holcome, 2127 Dan
croft place; Mrs. LeslIe 3.. Jordan,
1831 Belmont road; Mrs. John Van
Antwerp MacMurray, 1826 Twenty
fourth street; Miss Carolyn Nash,
1723 Q street; Mrs. Frederick L.
Ransome, 1455 Belmont street, Mrs.
Edward W. Sturdevant. 1627 Six
teenth street; Miss Elisabeth H.
Tinker, the Madeira School; and
Miss Catherine R. Thompson, 1720
Do Sales street.
'Dr. Ulysses 0. B. Pierce, minis
teir of All Souls' Church, is spend
ing a week at Atlantic City. Dr.
Pierde will preach in Philadelphia
Sunday, his pulpit here being filled
by Rev. Frederick R. Griffin,' of Phil
Amoag the list of patronesses for
the musical benefit to be given on
Thursday evnig April 22, for the
Episeopal y. rand Throat Hos
pita!, under the auaspices of' the Na
tivity Chapel Hospital GuIM, arn
Miss Mabel.*Uoardmaua Mrs. .Uilen
I pemoer NMssey. Mrs. David R.
l Kmtehelee. Mrs, Redwood Vaader
grift, Mrs. Emma Shafleud Ohelto's
and Mrs Enech Thdseso;
Me.- es-s -
U06 .oom toamst
IN* WV. Mgeam 1101
at 9m aam WONCOset.
ClowS Mews~ mr dam
Mafe. ow FIMe Zone"16 ft
assessesm Auesaam. ineemal
CaS. mWy A. dEsst. diner.
I aclb. at besse.
r. Powie. dbser.
MueSe Oaft. nucial at ational.
AmMa Pl Club of nammm.
Asiaisa aB. a limess.
Ni Davietto Pkleea.. Um.M Cr
.mm Phebeh WalkEr.
7%a GyMbee Club. dinmer at
Mrs. Wilbr 3. Can. 1sw far es.a
of dWb~us and semsellim.
e see an ...1 hisefNtA m
yigsemem.Patoa 34=.g ..d -ate
Ridng ad hut Club, gymbhan
Men. Cbaese 1. Asses. tea danes.
Mrs. Walter Uetehta, us.
Wedding ef Kim Pbsehe Walker and
Commader Charlse Afted Dm.
RBim Aendemy o MAm. Auam..
Freee, Paper chase.
Wedding et Mus Nimtsbes Neaes
Boyd and Paul do Hof Reed.
Mrs. Paul I. Reonoch. teA.
Near sest Relief, tag day.
Woman's Club of Bethes. card prty
at home of Mrs. McMilla.
Men. Ryan Deversez. lmebose for
aseses Resane Avessana.
Mrs. Chries Hamilton Fred. Mensical
lea 'for Staeswall Jackson Chapter.
U. D. C.
Mim. Detty Xhriver. tea T Kimo
Esaaft Iaw1 meant
City Club, o.
Mrs. Morris Rvans and Kls. Evans.
Men. Jaha a. Henderson. dinner fhr
the Minister of the Nethasianda and
kne. Cre. r.
British UmbaGAy staff, dace..
Mrs. tioorge X. MeLana=.k. Cbildre'.
party at Al"e and Wonderland benent
for Kim Louise Ketamauaa.
Allte and Woederlad .bene t for Bryn
Mawr endowment at Kaktkerbecker.
Sunday. from 4 to 7. Xina Pat Har
rison will pour coffee and Miss Mary
Bringhurst will serve frappe. As
slating in the dining-mom. will be
Mrs. W. W. Adams and Mrs. Charl
ton Clark. A program of music will
be rendered by a number of the
leading musicians of the city.
1IDA ADELE EAnRY us DRIDE
OF RICHARD FRANCIS WOOl
The wedding of Miss Ida Adele
Harry. daughter of Mr. and Mrs
John B. Harry, and Richard Fran.
cis Wood. son of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Francis Wood of Washing.
ton and Hirminghtm. Alabama
took place Wednesday evening a
the West Presbyterian Church at I
The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. Dr. J. E. Dunham. ministei
of the church. and was followed by
a reception at the home of the
bride's parrnts on River Road. The
church was beautifully decorated
In green and white, the altat
banked in palms.
The brlde. who was given ir
marriage by her father, wore a
gown of bridal satin with pearl
trimmings. Tier veil of tulle was
14caught with lillies of the valley
and she carried a shower bouquet
of white roses and lillies of the
Miss Sabra Harry. who was maid
of honor for her sister, wore pale
,blue taffeta and carried Ophella
The four bridesmaids, Miss Berry
Clark. of Washington. Miss Alice
Griffin of Norfolk, Va.; Miss Na.
talie Wood and Miss Dorothy Wood,
of Birmingham. Alabama. wore
frocks in lavender, yellow. pink
and green and carried bouquets of
pink and lavender sweet peas.
Miss Adele Mitchell of New York,
a cousin of the bride, was flower
lgirl, wearing pale blue taffeta. She
carried a basket of roses and sweet
Mr. Lester Ballard of Baltimore
sang "Intil" before the ceremony.
Mr. Morton Sultzer, of New York,
acted as best man. and the ushers
were Mr. William Yaeger, Mrs Law.
rence Hfarry, Mr. Hlenry Lowrey,
Iand Lieut. E. B. Harry of Rockford.
After the reception Mr. and Mrs.
Wood left for their wedding trip,
the bride wearing a smart gown of
dark blue tricotine and small hat
tn match. They will be at home af
ter June 1 at 3301 Highland Place,
Among the o.ut-o.f-town guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Grimnr.
landi the Misses Alice and Elie Grir
fin, of Norfolk. Va.; Mrs. Alice Ly
man. Mrs. J. B. Mitchiell and the
Misse Adele andl Virginia Mitchell,
of New Rochielle, N. Y.: Mr. and Mrs.
R I. F. I allardl and the Rev. E. Lea
ter Ballard. of Baltimore; Mr. Mor
ton Sultzer, of New York; Lieut.
l. II. harry, of Rockford. Ill.. ar.d
Mr. and Mlrs. Charles F. Wood and
the Misses Dorothy and Natalie
Wood. of Birmingham. Alabama.
The next lecture of the Alliance
Francalse will be given at the
Washington Club on Monday. at
4:30, by the ofilal lecturer. Mon
sieur Andre Allix. The subject will
be: "Comment Ia Guerre nous a
transformes." At the last lecture
were present: Madame Jusserand,
Gen. Collardet. Capt. de Lavergne,
Thomas M. Chatard. Mrs. Chajles V.
Boyn ton, Miss McGowan, Rev. Ed
ward H. Ingle. Mrs. W. A. De Cain
dry, Kiss F. H. Butler. Mrs. H. R.
ligelow. Mrs. W. Radcliffe, Mrs. H.
H. D. Peirce. Maj. and Mrs. H. It.
Stiles. Mr. H. Guerry. Mien Brawley,
Miss Townsend, Miss Maury. Miss
8. S. Kunroe. Monsieur Moravia,
Mrs. C. Joerissen. Mr. and Mrs. Will
iam HI. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. S. Rl.
Fuller. Mrs. Goldsborough. Miss C
C. t'rltcher. Miss K. G. Fox, Mrs.
Biddle Porter and Miss Catherine
Misa Aroostine Scales, who at
tend. Cathedral School here with
her sister, Kiss Harriet Scales.
gave a dance last evening in An
napolis, where her father, Rear Ad
miral Archibald H. Scales, Is super
intendent of the Naval Academy.
The party was In honor of Mise
Scales' guests. Mime Helen Ruffner
and Miss Florence Schmick, of
IN COOL WEATHER
Dan Cupid forgot his bearskin
overcoat yesterday or else he was
somewhere looking on at a
Only ten smarriage licennen were
issued all' day yesterday, and Col.
William A. Kroll blames the cool
weather for this lasiness en the
pert of the little boy with the bow
However. the absence of a long
line of waiting applicants at the
marriage license counter enabled
Col...Klroll to, finish recording the
facts concerning last week's rush.
Thirty leense weretised Wed
State Department. Mrs. Young
'Willow Bend Estate," West
recently returned -from a visit
the Somerset House.
sad dining rooms were adIornf
with pink roses and various sprin
~RS. F. 5. NAqK EINTRTANU
LT L'NCREON AT BROREHAM
Mrs. F. S. Nash entertained
arge company at a luncheon at t
Shoreham yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Willard Saulsbury will entei
aln at a tea on Monday afternoc
tt the Wardman Park Hotel.
Miss Harriet Kaime will sail tc
norrow for France, where she wi
*emain about a year.
Mrs. Davenport Vhite entertaine
large and distinguished compan
Lt a luncheon yesterday afternooi
Mrs. David Jayne Hill entertain
Lt a reception yt sterday afternoo
Representative and Mrs. Fran
'cott have returned from New Yorl
:herc they went for Easter.
H. C. Fred, of Detroit, Is spendin
L few days In Washington.
Maj. Gen. and Mrs. William
laan returned to Washington ye2
erday from Florida.
Representative Charles Nichol
who. with his mother. Mrs. Jan
fIchols. went to Detroit for Easte
*eturned 60 Washington yesterda
hrs. Nichols will remain there a fe
Mrs. Edwin F. Sweet. wife of t
kspistant Secretarv of Commerce, I
ecoverinog fr- m an operatton on he
onsils and has been confined to hE
ome for a few days.
G. Oliver Frick. of ietroit. I
caking a short stay in Washingtor
Mrs. .ames Branch. of Ilichnon<
ho,, has been visiting Sirs. $. I
'icklcn left Wednesday for Whit
alphur Springs. where she will re
lain for several~weeks.
'AVITVN4 TO) I.EAVE~ TODM -
'OR P'NI.ADJIf.PHA ViN4IT.
Mir. and Mirs. Allan McAv ity, of Si
>hns. Ne.w Btrunswick. (Canadia. whi
ave been staying at the Wardma
'ark flotel, accompanied by thel
wo sons. Jack and Tom. will lear
his morning for a visit in l'hiladei
hsa, Atlantic City and New Yor
n route home. Mr. McAvity wa..
member of the munitions board c
anada during the war. He ha
-ent the greater part of the la,
ear in Washington and will returi
cre again in about a month fo
His uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrn
sorge McAvity, who joined him
--re for Easter. have left for th
of Springs. V'a. Mrs. McAvit:
ame here from Charleston. 8. C
here she had been spending th
inter while Mr. McAvity cam
own from Canada to meet her. H
ill return again shortly.
M=rs. Delos A. Blodgett has as he
uest her niece. Mrs. James I.
lalsh. who returned from Flord
ith her a short time ago. She en
rtains at dinner Monday. April l2:
complIment to the former Secre.
riy of State and Mrs. Iloberi
..rs. William A. Burton and Misi
ladys Hinckley entertained with
mino dance last evening at the
-me of Mis~eHnke.i itet
~reet. ~ ielyi itet
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Rloberl
oontz entertained a small cor.
any at dinner last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Athertoj
cre hosts at a dinner party last
30EDM WALKER AND FIANC
3NOR 0113TB AT DINNER.
Miss Phoebe Elliott Walker anE
~r fiance. Comdt". Charles Al.
'4 Dunn. 1. 3. N., were the guesti
hobor at a dinner given fast
rening for members of their we--.
la party by Mr. and Mrs. Davii
.MaasJbson. Yesterday after
on Miss Walker was the guest of
snor at a box party at Keith's, fol.
wed by tea at the *Willard give
Mrs. Charles C. Walcott. Tb:
yts iaeInded Mrs. DaL. Joam,
me ad Misls Mawn Goodwi, .
hask. Va.. who see mesmbers ei
mwdding party which Wll attem
as Walker, and Miss Patieme
Ns~ GuzmgPun, Lams to
URGE MARWIAGE 4AWS
Many Jmportant Meeting
Arranged to Take Place
By 'CONSTAgE nZNem3s.
The Amnrnicas woman with ho
sew power of full citimashp is go
&ag to take her opurage In bott
hands and go' after 'ome of thm
weaknesses of our e education and
some of the faAdes In our attitud
toward the great fundamaeal ques
tion of sex. Men have often do
plored the entrance of "sex" it
politics; they have feared a "sei
antagonism;" they have been afraid
that woman, with her new powers
would pit herself against man' t"
prove that she Is at least as strong.
A study into the attitude of thI
American woman as she is facing
her new citizenship does not reveal
any entrance of "sex aatagonism;"
but it does reveal the entrance of
"bex" Into politics. No one cam
deny that. So. far, government hat
been built on the man's point of
view; no one can deny that womam
is on a higher plane of morals and
all ttat pertains to the personal re
lations of the two sexes than man,
This is not so much to woman's
credit as due to nature's greal
scheme of creation.
Ready to speak.
So far woman has kept very silent
on these subjects, but now she is
going to speak. She in going tc
bring these vital, fundamental ques
tions into legislative halls. where
they belong, and it i no mean guest
to predict that woman's greatest
c6ntribution to the good of thi
country will be her insistence ot
more of the woman's point of view,
the mother's point of view if you
will, in our government and legis
Prinelples et Platform.
It in therefore not surprising tu
flail that one of the five program,
for the legislative efforts of thf
new National League of Women
Voters should be on social hygiene.
Th corfimittee which prepared the
platforni in this subject adopted at
the Chicago convention, last month.
had Dr. Valeria L I'arker. of Hart.
ford. 4'onn., as its chairman. The
detailed program may be -ubtained
i by application to the new head
quarters of the Natioaal League ol
Women Voters Just established ir
Washington in 91R Munsey Pulld
ling. or to the offies of the Womar
t'itizen: 171 Madison avenue. Ncw
York. the official organ of the Na
tional American Woman Suffrage As.
sociation and of the National League
of Women Voters.
We give here only the general
platform of principles with which
the committee precede :l the report:
Whereas. The United States gov
lernment during the world war es
tablished a program of protection of
moral and physical hralth which
recognized continrnce as the best
possible means of such protectiorp;
Be it Resolved. That the members
of the social hvg iene committee (f
the National League of Women vot
ers desiring to assist in the per
imanent establishment of a program
of moral and physical protection.
hereby declares itself to be in favor
of the following principles:
A. That w- urIre the impartial
administration of all laws and reg
ulations since. wn they are en
forced more vi.oroutIly toward wo
men than toward m, n. it seems to
give ;:overnmental sanction ot the
double standard ana also. fails ad.'
quately td protect t he health of
women, who cons ttut' one-half of
the entire public.
B. That some form of law re
quiring fitness for mtarriac. as a
requisite for proculrintg marriag'
licenses he recommended. fr- -in of
such law to be ri.comnmended after
careful sttudy by the committee.
C. That uniform marriage and
divorce laws should maintain
'throughout the United States. the
respective standards to be recom
mended after careful study by the
D). That the social hygiene com
mittee of the National League of
Women Voters believes in the right
of the individual to knowledge of
laws of physical, mental and racial
health and stands ready to lend its
support to public appropriation. for
agencies qualified to disseminate
E. That the social hygiene com
mittee of the National League of
Women Voters shall co-operate
with all recognized agencies es
tablished for the purpose of pro
moting the social hygiene program
by means of educational, recrea
tional? remedial and legislative ef
fr.Five Programs Adeptedi.
This report ends the rendering of
the five programs adopted at the
Chicago joint convention of the Na
tional American Woman Suffrage
Association and National League of
Women Voters as the basis of their
legislative efforts. The five pro
grams dealt witht child welfare,
'women in industry, unification of
laws concerning women, food sup
ply and desland and social hygiene.
The coming months will aee the
most important national and inter
national conventions of women held
sInee befo~e the war. First in April,
from the 13th to the 20th, in Cleve
land, comes the first national con
vention in five years' of the' Y. W.
C. A. In June. from the 16th to the
3d. in Des Moines. comes the great
biennial of the General Federation
of Womens Clubs.
Also In June. from the 6th to the
13th, in Geneva, comes the seventh
congress of the International Wo
man Sufrage Alliance, to which the
National American Woman Suffrage
Association will send i(. quota.
This congress, the first of the al
liance since Budapest ini 1913, was
to have been held in Madrid, in May,
but plans had to he changed at the
eleventh hour, owing malalT to re
'ligious difmculties. In September, in
Christiania, comes, the quinquennial
meeting of the Interntational Council
of Wome-n, with which the general
federation of woie's clubs in this
atry is afiliated.
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06& Sk Bost,
SPC $Los F*
40 desas Pure 80k lasmk
Rose with lie. isb ad Gar
ter tops. Si3si 9% to 10.
50 - Prs WuUnftamm
white EaeLa msa &u, a. s.
We paLr; were E. .
Black Rose with as
an odo- in dreistrfeh
f_ a 6 onl. . pair;
36 pairs Ar-StIk Base to
white with hand-ebrndma
black sik cocka and. ons
braidered iMube.. LM Ipir;
Basi4sery b- rie Ea.
Fuiday Spec( Sal of
6 fe Mse
Women's Union Linen Hand
kerchiefs very specially pric
ed for today. A splendid qual
Ity that would make a very
useful handkerchief for gen
Ha.kr hlefs. Rihst Soor.
Re timSal" of
A clearance sale of Gun
Metal and Patent Leather
Seamless Baby French Heel
Pumps, with turn soles. They
are greatly reduced on ac
count of the sixes being brok
en so that there renins only
the following: 4. 4% and 5
AAA: 4. 4% and 5 AA; 3.
3%. 4. 4% and 6 A; 3, 3% and
4 B; 3 and 4 C.
Shoe sectios. Third door.
Were 75c to $1.25
This collection of Cretonnes
represents patterns which we
cannot duplicate again. They
are of excellent quality and a
good range of colorings
light. lark and medium. There
is a varietv of designs. some
are reproduction of foreign
linens. Qualities desirable for
slip covers, draperies. bed
covers. cushions. etc.
In 10 to, 50 yard lengths
and very remarkable values.
I-phnlstery 4ection. Fifth 'oor.
I' Foulard Dresses. in navy
and sand. French blue and
white, brown and white and
taupe and white. Sizes 24 to
410. 35S.0 each; were 345.00
: Navy Serge Dresses with
long overskirts. embroidered
in gold. Sizes 34 and 38.
$M.5 each: were $55.00.
2 Navy Tricotine Dresses.
emhrnidered in gold. Size 3S
and 40. *29.30 . ach: were Q50.
I Navy Tricotine Dress. Size
44. 20 wan $40.00.
1 Navy Tricotine Dress. with
lace vest and pockets faced
with green. Size 34. W2S.0;
pro-% Section. Third flnnr.
Labor Congress to Meet
In Mexico City Next Jul)
Twelve 'an American countric
will be oficiatly represented at th(
Third Pan American Labor Con.
gress. .tuly 12. in MAexien City, ar.
cording to ('anuto A. Vargas. secre
tary of the P'an American F.edera-.
tion of Labor. The official call fot
That is wh
and palate ten
The Place I
at One-Third Les
Sef-Service Means No Tes.,
Delicou Entrees, Roasts,
At VUV Ipuiw
V aad Me" -MahM ant diet.
Maeovem s. ba o r'
tit sal Iac- einpe
A. u=pa rat d -
a moo r.. ta2ed e isme a"&
end.a-sdey trinsied;: 40MOL
eover mad GAnAliMi saxism..
noPar anY prIed.. OML
A -.rX lot ec law- D --
mUsts w deep. rlanaf -
ae- g shamr apas~mr
iCed.ONP~ asedn 7. d
A Ki Est of le-mbc-i
Gewiseft sqpar- amem amat.
usad wad ftishrad wi1t mas
stathad French. fold.. ApZ=4Mnr
A special lot of Rom 1401
sook Envelope -nams... in.
eameIste and corset corar
iries. hand -emhanidered and,
,&nihad. with tIolniiwbe&
Freach fold. Speciay get..
And the fbrrowfng:
3 Flesh Ceape e
Gowns with np-=e oair V
necks and abrort sleevs Mfn
Inhed with heensmitehinC 12m
empire effect Sizes 34. 34 amd.
42. 4.M each: i.ere $630.
11 Flesh Crepe da- Chbe.
Envelope Chernie i. caminmla
style. nined with wide shir
ring and Val lace. Sin"s 3,
to 44. .W each- were S.0.
Underwear Nectina. Td r
special Sa .
Crepe Vile Negiges
A special lot of Stummer
Weight Crepe Voile Negliges.
in plain white or with colored
stripes or plaid trimming.
Breakfast coat and belted
styles trimmed with colored
wash ribbon. Specially priced.
And the following:
I White Striped Albatross
timono in loose style. finish
ed with hand embroidery and
satin ribbon in old blue.
$10. was $18.00.
6 Cotton Crepe Kimonos
belted with elastic or made
two-piece style with coatete
trimmed with fringe or wash
satin ribbodf. Some embroid
ered in silk. S1.5 each; were
1 Flesh Alhatross Kimono.
In robe style trimmed with
wash satin ribbon; belted with
cord. f 5.53 was $10.00.
Neglige Nection. Third Boor.
Friday Sale of
Specialy Priced, $3.45
A special lot of I'etti-oats
with he-atherlkoo t<ps ad
change-alde tafftta tur,-ke d iand
ruffled floun*es in Lr en, rist.
violet, gold, old blue. purple.
gray and black. .4e1 zally
And the following.
3 Silk Jersey I'etticoats
with deep pleated flounces
trimmed with contrasting
shades in blue and black.
Sizes .16 and 40. 57.5 each;
R Sateen Pettioats. with
tucked and pleated flounies in
rose and gray. :;#. 3i' anl 4.
ingr b-n*ths. sl.95 ta, h;
Petticoati re.Thr lr
the enngruss has jut been issued
by Secretary Vargas. and ie var
otus countries ar. cmpleting plans
for sending deleaitions that will
nunlber live or ngre labr iladers.
At the second congress, hrld last
July in New York, representative'
were present from the l-nitedl
States, Meico~. Hionduira.. Ni ara -
gua. 10l Sal vador, the~ l'imi nican
Iteliublic. Peru and liuadlor Th.
delegation from I hile. failed to ar
ivey in tim.. for the sessions.
it thousands of housewives say g .
tandard in quality, wholesome
Ii Provision Co.
D Street S. W.
Better Food, and Sawes Tam.
Steaks, Salari, and Pasiry.
Stret N. W.