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? NEW ITALIAN
Prince Gelasio Caetani, of Italy,
Accompanied by Embassy
, Staff. Presents His Creden
: tials at the White House.
By EVELYN C. HINT.
PRESIDENT HARDING yester
day received the new Italian
.tmbasaador. Prince Gnlirio Oil
tint. who called early in the
afte.noon at the White House
to present hla credentials. He
Wan accompanied by members of
the embaaay staff
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^ The Secretary of War and Mra.
^ Weeks will be at home on New
Mr and Mra. C. Sinclair Weak*,
?on and daughter-ln law of the
Secretary and Mra. Week?, have
returned to their home in Wear
Newton. Mam., accompanied by
their children, after having spent
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The Poet master General and
Mrs. Hubert Work ware hosts to
a company of eighteen at dinner
last evening in their apartment
at Ward man Park Hotel, In
rompliment to Mr. and Mrs.
David Mulvane of Kansas, who
are spending some time in Wash
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t The Secretary of Agriculture
and Mra. Henry C. Wallace will
have as their guest over the
Naw Year holiday. Miss Margaret
McKee of Dee Moines. Iowa.
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HPtfE BELGIAN AMBASSADOR
X AND BARONESS DK CAR
TIER were the honor guests at
dinner last evening of the Assist
ant Secretary of War and Mrs.
J. Mayhem Wainwrirght. There
were eighteen in the <-om|Kiny.
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I Col MnH Clifford. Assistant
Secretary of the Treasury, enter
tained at luncheon yesterday at
the Army and Navy Club In
honor of Gen. R. P. Davis, one
of the newly treated l?rigadier
generals ot the Army. General
Davis leavrs today for his new
atation in Honolulu. lie is a<
companies] by Mrs Ifcivis and
they have been guests of Col. and
Mr*. W. II. Arthur while here.
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Francis Butler l*oomis of San
Francisco. of the diplomatie
?ervicc and formerly Assistant
Secretary of State, has been at
the Metropolitan Club for some
days but will leave Washington
shortly. His daughter. Miss
FTorencf Loom is is visiting Mrs.
Henry C. Corbin
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Mr. and Mrs. T A. SroM Thropp
Were hosts at dinner last even
Ing when their guest.* numbered
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The Secretary of the British
Kmbassv and Mrs. R. I^eslie
Craigie entertained fourteen
guests at dinner last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Craigie Will give
a Mang people's dinner on Jan
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t TLff K AND MRS WARWICK
A ^ Kmile Montgomery will be
hosts at dinner tomorrow eve
ning for their daughters. Miss
Mnrv Montgomery and Miss Anna
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Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mr
Kennev will entertain at a break
fast loday of forty covers at
their ?-ounrry estate in Kenning
ton In compliment to Mr. and
Mrs I'harle.* Pfitsch. who are
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Rav llorton
Arnold at W^rdman Park Hotel.
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? Mrs. Charles Huughton Wood
will entertain a |v?rty of HO
at tea at Lc Paradis thia after
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Mr. and Mrs. Ilarley P Wil
?i?n entertained at dinner last
evening when their guesta were
IT rs. Victor Kauffmann, Mr. and
\ Mis F. I.incoln Payne. Mr md
( Mrs. Ray Horton Anold. Mrs.
Muriel Lym h ami Dr. Creighton.
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Admiral and Mrs. William F.
Fullam entertained at luncheon
w vesterday at rhe Hamilton when
their guests included Mra. E. H.
C5. Slater. Viscount and Vis
rountess Henri de Sibour, Leander
McCormick tJoodhart. Herbert'
Stabler and Mrs. Emory Sande.
daughter of Admiral and Mrs.
Manuel Zavala of the staff of
the legation of Nicaragua en
tertained at dinner last evening
at Ward man Park Hotel.
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Dr. and Rrs. Rhett Stuart will
entertain a group of young people
at dinner this evening at the
Chevy Chase Club for their
debutante daughter. Miss Carolyn
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Mrs. M. Martin Kallman enter
tained at a bridge luncheon at
th?- Burlington yesterday, with
Mrs. Frances Cadv Pearce. of
Philadelphia, as the auest of
Justice and Mrs. Pierce Butler
and their daughter. Mis* Butler,
arrived ip Washington yesterday
| and are at the Shoreham.
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Miss Summers, daughter of
I Representative John W. Summers
will entertain at tea this after
noon at Wardmnn Park Hotel.
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Dr and Mrs. Davenport White
will be hosts at dinner this eve
ning at the (*hevy Chase Club
when they Will entertain fiftv
i eight guests. Mm. White will
i be at home informally tomorrow
| afternoon. She will receive again
I on Sunday afternoon, January 7.
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Miss Madeleine Austin entertain
I ed a company of eight at the
Shoreham yesterday at luncheon
in honor of Mrs. Delos A Bled
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Mrs. J. A. Baxter entertained at
a luncheon yesterday at the Hotel
Gordon for her schoolgirl daugh
ter, Miss Elizabeth Davenport
Baxter In the company were
Miss Anita Elizaldc. Miss Lila
(Roosevelt. Miss Imogene Taylor.
Miss Katherine I^ackav. Miss Eliz
abeth Rucker. Miss Elleneda Cren
shaw. Mis* Elizabeth Wr?nn. Mis?
Helen Da pray. Miss Anne Gains
and Miss Anita Caldwell.
\/fRS. JOHN LESLIE MAJ+L, JR., will .of Mm
**?1 tenant Hall, who is visiting her mother, Mrs.
William Bathurst DaingerfiM. Lieutenant and Mrs.
Hall will mil January 9 fot1 San Diego, where Lieu
tenant Hall has been assigned to duty.
Tiff: AND MRS. JOSEPH I
A?I WKLLKU ?fktertained ;? ? oni
pany of ten at dinner last eve
nine for their "sub-deb" ?laugh
ler. Miss Josephine VVeller. The
guests were other "sub-debs" ami
1m?>s home from cnllegi for th?'
holidays. Later the party at
tended the performance at the
National Theater. i
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I>r. I). L. I^?iiiI? will entertain
a party of twenty at tea this
afternoon at VVardman I'ark
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Arthur Sixsmith. private aecre
Jary to the Secretary $>f the
Treasury, and Mrs. Sixsmith will
entertain a party at the supper
dance at the Hamilton Hotel to- |
morrow. Mr. and Mrs. Sixsmith
entertained at dinner at the Ham
ilton on Thursday evening.
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Mrs. Kautz. wife of ('apt. Aus
tin Kautz. was hostess to a com
pany of ten at luncheon yesterday
in honor of Mine. Pelenyi. mother
of the counselor of th#? Hungarian
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Mrs. Jaek Hayes, wife of Coolnel
Hayes, entertained informally at
a bridge luncheon yesterday ?n
their home at 1831 Belmont road.
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The secretary of the Legation of
^Finland. Judge Bruno Kivikoski.
has returned from a visit in New
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The Charge d'Affaires of Lith
uania. Yaldemaras Carneekis. has
returned from New York where
he spent Christmas.
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Mrs. Benjamin E. Smith gave a
small dance last evening in com
pliment to her guest. Midshipman
Harry J. Ferguson, of Panama.
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Mr. and Mrs. L. Pittman Springs,
who recently returned from Cher
bourg. and who have been stay
ing at the Hamilton Hotel, have
taken an apartment at the Lee
House for the winter. Mi. Springs
is in the Consular Service.
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Mrs. Hampson Gary will enter
tain at tea today at Le Paradis.
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Mrs. Charles E. Langley has
gone to Lake Placid for about
Why Have Skin Trouble
Cnlicnra Will Prevent It
In the treatment of all akin troubles
bathe freely with Cutlcura Soap and
hot inHr, dry gently, and apply
Cut lour* Ointment to the aflfceMd
pan*. Do not M to InrhMte the
in yoor toilet
?f.t.- -'-.p A*- r ? ? II 11 fiMaBa.
?yCaHcam S>m IM? ?HIhmI ??
For Wedding of
]LflS.S CECILIA M'CAUtM.
daughter of Mrs. Sherina l
I MWalluni. who will he married
| next Tuesday to Chauncey Ci
Parker. jr.. will have ten at*
tendants. eight bridesmaids. a
matron of honor. Mm. r'rancis
Hunter, of Trenton. X. J., and a
maid of honor. Miss Anita Henry.
Th? bridesmaids will be Mr?.
Charles Carroll Morgan. Mrs.
< urtis Hi pipy Smith. Princess
Cantacuzene. Miss Dora Parker,
sister .of the bridegroom; Mrs.
?lohn Sherman McOUlliin. sister
in-law of the bride; Miss Ellen
Bruce Lee. Miss Olyve Graef. and
Miss Klizabeth Kearney, of Char
Mr. Parker will have his brother.
Cortland Parker, as best man.
and there will be eleven ushers,
among them Mr. Heemskerk, for
merly of the Netherlands legation;
Bradford Norman, Richard David
son. Albert J. Redway. of Boston;
and Robert Powell, of New York.
The wedding will take place at
4 o'clock in St. John's Church,
and will be followed b? a small re
ception at the home of Mrs. Mc
Callum. in Massachusetts avenue.
The Rev. Dr. Robert Johnson,
rector of St. John's, will officiate.
Miss Olyve Craef will entertain
at dinner this evening for Miss
McCallum and her bridal parly.
The wedding rehearsal will take
place on Monday afternoon, and
that evening Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
I.ee will entertain the bridal party
Mr. Parker is lit business in
Baltimore, but he and his bride
will make their home in Wash
ington for the present. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey G.
Parker, rtf New Jersey, who have
a house here this winter.
Mrs. Hunter will arrive Mon
day and will be the guest ,of Mrs.
Stephen B. Elkins. Mrs. Hunter
was formerly Miss Elizabeth El
kins Oliphant. daughter of Mrs.
Alexander Oliphant. of Trenton.
N. J., who was a daughter of the
late Senator flt^>hen B. Klklns.
New Year's Eve
Royal Chinese Restaurant
Parties Can .Secure Table Res
ervation at a moderate rate.
Special Sunday and New- Year
Day Dinner from 11:00 to
8JO P. M. $1.00 to $1.25
Chinese and amertcan
We are giving our patrons
the best of real Chinese and
American rooking for their
Holiday Dinner. Why prepare
your own meal when we
can serve .vou the best at
very reasonable prices? Ar
range now for a special din
ner party at special prices.
With all new Ameri
can musician* play inc.
all the latest selections.
Special Lunch every day J Art
N from 11 to 2 4UC
Special Dinner .rrern
6 to ? DOC
Special Sunday Din- ?1 nr
ner. 12 to I. 75c to dXeiSQ
Cor. 9th and Pa. Ave.
Phone Franklin 5475.
Devoted to Iligh-class Food
Daughter of Rear Admiral and
Mrs. Wood. Hostess at One
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Jk/fRS. DAVID W.
1V1 MULVANE, wife
of the acting Assistant
Secretary of Qommeree,
who it on* of Washing
ton's popular ? hostesses
of Numerous Dinner Enter
tainments Preceding Bali.
rI?HE Junior League held Its ssc
ond dance of the Mb son last
?"n'ni at Rauscher's. in the re
ceiving line were Mrs. Montgom-*
?ry Blair, Miss ? Alice Mann and
Miss OlyVs Oraef.
Miss Margaretta Wood, daugh
ter of Rear Admiral snd Mrs.
Bpencer Wood, was hostess at din
ner last evening in honor of the
1'ndersecretary of State and Mrs
William Phillips. There Were
about forty-five guests, many of
whom went later to the Junior
Refr Admiral snd Mrs. Dsv'.l
TaylOr entertained a small num
ber of guests st dinner last even
Ing for thslr daughter. Miss May
Taylor. preceding the Junior !
Commander and Mrs. Charles
W. O. Bunker entertained at a
buffet supper last evening in
honor of Miss Emma Stltt. There
were about fifty guests, and after
ward the party went to the Junior
T/Oague dance. Assisting Mrs.
Bunker were her sister. Mrs. Ehe
neier Hill, and Mrs. Clarence O
Sherrljl. wife of dolonel Sherrlll
Mis. Elizabeth Vonne. dmighti*'
of Mr. and Mis. John Hervev
Young, was hostess at dinner la*<t
evening preceding the dance, when
her guests numbered fourteen
Among them were Lleutennn*
Vickery, U. 8. N.. and Frederick
F'ayne. of New York, who are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Young.
Mr. and Mrs. David 8t. Pierre
liaiiUrd entertained a few guests
at dinner last evening In compli
ment to Mr. and Mrs. Deles A.
Hlodgett. 2d. and Mr. and Mrs.
James Walsh. Later the hosts
took their guests to the perform
ance at the National Theater and
after that to the dance.
Wife of Admiral Coontz
To Be at Home Monday
MRS. ROBERT E. COONTZ.
wife of Rear Admiral Count*.
will be at home on Monday aft
ernoon from 4 to 7 o'clock in
their apartment at Wardman Park
She will be aaaiated by Mrs. Al
bert O. Winterhalter. Mra. Luther
Gregory. Mra. J. D. Bueret. Mra.
Thoma* Waahington. Mra. Ed
ward Rhodes . Stitt, Mra. Ziege
meyer. Mra. Charlea F. Preaton,
Mra. .lame* A. Drain and Mra.
II. W. Hill.
Mra. Coontx will alao receive
on the firat Monday a In February
and March from & to 7 o'clock in
Mrs* Kathryn Ely. who haa been
vialtlng Miaa Rertha Coontz. haa
returned to her homo in Porta
Mrs. Ehle to Be Hostess.
Tin* National Headquarter* of
the American Rod Croa* will hr
open, an usual. tomorrow Mrs.
George Ehle will be the hoateaa.
and will have several aaaiatants
to meet viaitora and show them
the many intereating exhibits in
Eeleet Klub to Dance.
The Eeleel Klub will hold an
informal dance tonight at 2400
Sixteenth atreet in celebration of
New Year'a Eve. Special ar
rangements will be in charge of
G. H. Gladatone.
Miss Dorothy Kimmell
Entertains at Bridge
]y|lS8 DOROTIIV BACHE KIM
MELL# entertained at bridge
The gueeta were Miaa Joaephine
Willi fort, Miaa Elizabeth Wesson.
Miss Janet Moffatt. Miaa Eliza
beth Cheatham, Mistf Agnes Aah
ford. Miaa Margaret Zolnay. Miss
Kena I-ejeune. Miaa Minnie Moaher
lllll. Miaa Henrietta Hill. Miaa
Elizabeth Marburv Reale. Miaa
Annette A ah ford.. Miaa Julk
Hume. Mra. R. S. Ragnall. Miaa
Charlotte llarriman. Miaa Mario
Mclntvre, Miaa Anne Covington.
Mia* Margaret Marah and Miaa
Mra. Harry Kimmel and Mra.
Ira Bennett presided at the tea
which followed, for which there
were additional gueais.
Leo H. Graves Weds
Miss Mae K. Caslow
'JPHE wedding of I^eo II. Grave*.
aon of Mr. and Mra. L. II
Graves, and Mia* Mae Kathorino
Caalow. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H Caalow. of El Nido. Vm..
took place at Williamaport. Md.,
They were married by the Rev.
Charlea Seymour. Mr. and Mra.
Graves will reside in Williamaport.
where the former ia engaged in
jcifth -Arraut. "NfwMark
UIO H. STREET. N.W. MmntaBMiw imru
Two and Three-Piece Suits
Fur-trimmed Coats, Evening Wraps
At Greatly Reduced Prices
=Hats at $10?$15?$20=
Formerly $30 to $50
Of velvet?satin antique?felt with wing,
bow, flower, ostrich and fur trimmings.
1109-1111 G St. N. W.
Open 9:15 A. M. :Clo?e 6 P. M.
Beautiful Dance Frocks
Formerly priced up to $39.95
Smart, snappy new models of fine soft chiffon tafreta. in
plain and changeable colorings. Some are lace trimmed,
others with fancy ornaments. Also lace
combinations and chiffon dresses. Every
wanted dainty pastel shade. All sizes for
women and misses.
TUBS. JOHN B. HBNDEBBON
entertained at dinner hat
even In* when her piMO were
the Secretuy of the Netherlan<U
Legation tad Mrae. Hubrecht.
the Military Attache of the
Italian Flaihoaar and Marqulae
dl Bemezaa. the Seoretary of the
Italian Embaaay and Mine. Celeala,
Miaa Louise Ireland. Mile. Paula
Dumont, Miaa Barbara BUnfleld,
Mlaa Beatrice Hendereon. the
rounaeler of the Swedish Lega
tion, J. da La albert: Renato
Milenzl of the Italian Bmbaaay.
Mariano da Araoedo of tbe Span
? tab Bmbaaar, and John B. Hen
The group romprlaed many
of the young people who fre
quented Mre. Henriereon'* ?wlm
mlng^pool during the aummer.
"Dick" Harr Home From
Yale for the Holidays
Richard whitmore harr,
eon of Mr. and Mre. William
B. Harr, of Chevy Cbaae. la heme
from Tale for the bolidaye.
While a ftudent at Central High
School Richard Harr draw tbe
original daalgne for the war me
morial panel* in Central'! 11
brary. which are attracting con
? dersble attention.
Supper Dance Given
At Army Officers' Club
Una at the sup
at the Officers' dub
At the Washington Barraeka last
evening oamadaed Col. and
Andrew Mooea. Col. and
R. Han nay and Col. and
Ameog thai entertaining per
tlee at the club were Brig. Gen.
aad Mre. B. L King, Brig. Gen.
and Mre John McAuley
Col. and Mre. Watte i
>Col. and Mre. A. A. Mclntyre.
Col. and Mre. C. W. Weeks, Col.
and Mrs. T. B. Stone, OoL and
Mrs. Henry Glbbina, CM. aad
Mrs. O. H. Rape*. CM. and Mra.
J. P. Preeton. CM. and Mrs. A.
B. Lott and MaJ. and Mrs. O. H.
Senator and Mrs. Oddie
Return From Far West
Senator and mrs tasker
I*. ODDIE have returned to
Washington for the winter, hav.
in? enlleH from Hen Fn?n?1ero
after a visit in Nevada, and coot
lnc by way of th? Panama Canal.
They are at ill# Connecticut
avenue, where they have with
thein ae guenta Mre. Odd!*'* at*
ter and broMier-in-law, Mr. and
lira. Vernon Goodwin, of I>oo
Angelea. who aalled with them
from San Pranciaoo. Mr. Good
win will remain In Washington
for a month, while Mra. Good
win expect* to spend the winter
Mra. Oddie will be at home the
last Thursdaya of the months
Miss Hanna Gives
Small Dance For
Party of Eighty
Mr. and Mrs Albert i. Bad
way. Jr.. of Boston, are tfce
truest* of the latter * paresta. Mr.
and Mra. Parker Mr. Badway
wtll be an usher at the ? iMIao
on Tuesday, of Mia* Cecflla Mr- -
Calluvn an<l Chauncey O. Par
Mia* Marlon Trumbull wa* hast
eee at dinner la* evening before
Mlaa Hanna * dance.
At .the leweM price* la Wa
Ramsay's Witch Stwp,
lilt F rrfUBCT K. w.
Victor Records for
On Sale This Morning
Yirtrela (tajierle*. Fourth Fleer.
Now Is the Time to Save on
Girls' Winter Coats
$15, $19.75, $29.50and $39.50
If you have waited until after Christmas to buy your young
daughter's coat, you will not be disappointed in the savings
offered you here in this selling.
Included at these four low prices are smart tailored, conservative,
sports and dress-up coats for girls: attractive models, designed in
youthful manner?well tailored of good quality fabrics; many of them
with collars of nutria or opossum.
Three of these smart models are sketched, giving you an idea of the
styles; many others are here, equally smart and attractive.
Girls' Winter Hats
Clearance Priced, $3.50 and $5
Everyday hats of velvet and velour?smartly trimmed models for
better wear?and an especially attractive selection from which to
choose at these prices.
Oirls' Section. Fourth Floor
Junior Girls' Silk Frocks
Reduced to $19.75, $25 and $29.50
Frocks especially designed for the charm and youth of the Junior
Girl of 13, 15 and 17 years; frocks of soft crepes, copying their drapes
from an older mode; lovely lizard crepes, one beautifully beaded;
and taffetas and satins in sifiart modes.
Joaier Otrl*- Ceettea. Fourth Fleer.