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President Harding Will Receive the New Ambassador of Japan, Mr. Hanihara, at the White House Friday. PRESIDENT Harding will re- j reive the newly appointed am- j bassador of .lapam. Mr. Hani-| hara. Friday afternoon at the j White House. The ambassador of Peru and Se imra dc T’ezet will entertain at din ner Saturday evening. March 10. In compliment to the newly appointed Foiled States ambassador to Peru and Mrs. Miles Poindexter. I Not only is Mrs. Harding sending | flowers from the White House to i adorn the table at the card party and tea given this afternoon at the Washington Club for the benefit of the Animal Rescue I.eague of Wash ington, but she is sending a special messenger in the person of l.addie ] Boy. who will hear a greeting from the first lady of the laud, returning to her with a greeting from the mem bers of the league. Receiving the guests are Mrs. Tru man <i. Palmer. Mrs. Harry O. Motes and Mrs. Ira Bennett, who form the committee on arrangements, while Miss Lydia Biddle, chairman o.' tickets, will assist. Miss Minnie Ma comb. who contributed sixteen beauti ful prizes for the various tables, will also assist, as will Mrs. Merlon E. Twogood. secretary of the league. Girls from the Junior League will lend their help this afternoon under the leadership of Mias Louise King. At the tea table will be Mrs. Henry F. Ba\ard and Mrs. tlordon Camming. The Netherlands Minuter Returning From New Vork. The minister of the Netherlands. Jonkheer A. C. D. de Graeff. will re turn tomorrow from New Vork. where he is spending a few days at the R;tz- Carlton Hotel. • The minister of Panama and Senora de Alfaro wlil entertain at dinner this evening. The minister of Sweden. Capt. Axel F. Wallenberg, went to New Vork to day and will be absent several days. The minister and Mme. Wallenberg were hosts at dinner last evening, hav ing as their guests the ambassador of Germany and Frau Wiedfeldt. the min ister of Norway and Mine. Bryn, Sena tor and Mrs. Irvine I-. Lenroot, Hie director general of the Pan-American Tnlon. Dr. Leo S. Rowe; Mr. and lira. Henry Goddard Leech of New York, house guests of the minister and Mine. Wallenberg; Mr. and Mrs. diaries C. Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Ham lin. Mrs. Charles M. Ffouike. Miss Brvn. the counselor of the Swedish legation. Mr. de Lagerberg; the'new commercial counselor of the legation and Mme. Weidel. and the new attache, Mr. Guslaf Printakoid. Mrs. Miles Poindexter will be at home informally tomorrow afternoon after 4 o’clock. Mrs. Hugh McKennon of Annapolis. Md.. js arriving today to spend the tear of the week as guest of Senator and Mrs. Poindexter. They are also entertaining for Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Humphries of Atlantic City, who are slaying at the Hotel Washington. Mrs. Watson, wifeof Senator James E. Watson of Indian?, will receive tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 I The LOUVRE f Y _ 1115 UI7F STREET . A Fashion with value —that's the outstanding feature in Louvre gar ments —never more forcefully demonstrated -than in our offerings for. spring. For example— Three-Piece Suits *65 t 0 *lso' In Silk, Twill, Matelasse—elaborately trimmed with embroidery, etc. —and with detachable blouses of effective designs. Two-Piece Suits * Twills and Velour Checks. Covert Cloth—superiorly tailored—in Balkan, Straight-line and Semi-box models—featuring a special assortment at $49.50 Dresses For street and afternoon—presenting the new weaves; beautiful crepes and novelties—of exclusive designs—trimmed profusely and charmingly. Featur ing a special assortment at $49.50 I New Hats Every day brings its coterie of new shapes and con ceits—in each one of which individuality is expressed— with becomingness. Sports Hats—and Hats for dress wear. *l2-50 to $35.00 . . In the Window ’ We are displaying a 'selection of “honor” Hats shown at the recent Fashion Show held at the Hotel Astor in New York. They arc the originals. y • ■. ■ ’ *; ■ V SOCIETY. oVlowk in her home at 2127 California street. Sunn tor and Mrs. David A. Reed will ” Wednesday. Match 7.' for Ber muda. .-.i. Ilecd will receive tomorrow afternoon after 4;30 o'ociock at the New Willard Hotel for the last time tills season. Mrs. James Couzena will be at home tomorrow afternoon at her residence. 1915 Massachusetts avenue, receiving for the last time this season. Mrs. Mondell and Mi.vs Dorothy Mon dell. "Mfe and daughter of Representa tive Frank Wheeler Mondell, are giv ing k large lea this afternoon from t;3O to fi o’clock, at the Congressional Club. Mrs. Mondell and her daughter are receiving alone, and assisting them in the dining room are Mrs. George Sutherland. Mrs. Samuel E. Winslow. Mrs, Cooper, Mrs. Burton L. French. Mrs. William A. Ttodenberg. Mrs. Lindley H. Hadley. Mrs. Luther W. Mott. Mrs. M. Clyde Kelly. Mrs. Fred B. Gernerd. Mrs. Horace M. Towner and Mrs. Carl R. Chincl blom. Mrs Anpleby, wife of Representa tive T. Frank Appleby, was hostess to a company of twenty-two at lunch eon today, entertaining at Wardman Park Hotel, in honor as Mrs. Harry Humphries of Atlantic City. Representative and Mrs. Appleby will give up their apartment at Ward man at the close of Congress and re turn to their New Jersey home. They will start from there for San Fran cisco March 15. apd will sail aboard the President Wilson from California for the orient, to be absent nearly five months, visiting Japan. China and the Philippines. Representative and Mrs. E. Hart ’Fenn will leave Washington Sunday for New York preparatory to sailing March fi for Panama. They will re- I turn to their home in Connecticut late in April. Representative anti Mrs. W. Bourke 'Cochran will have a company dining informally with them this evening. j Dr. L. S. Rowe, the director general of the Pan-American Union, enter- I tained at luncheon today in the annex |of the Pan-American Union In honor 1 of the delegates of the United States 1 to the fifth pan-American conference ito open at Santiago. Chile. March j 25. Among the guests were the un dersecretary of m tate. Mr. William 1 Phillips: the a- *4ant secretary of [state. Mr. Leland Harrison; the third assistant secretary of slate. Mr. Rob ert Woods Bliss; Mr. Henry P. Fletch er. chairman of the American dele gation to the conference and ambas sador to Belgium; Senator Frank B. Kellogg. Senator Atlee Pomerene. for mer Senator Willard Saulsbury, Mr. Frank C. Partridge. Col. ■William Eric | Fowler, Dr. George E. Vincent. Mr. Wilbur J. Carr, Mr. Edwin C. Wilson. Mr. Cord Meyer and Dr. Francisco J. i Vanes. Mrs. Armstead Davis will enter tain a company of twelve young people at dinner this evening, includ ing her daughter, Mrs. George Almy Percy, who is her house guest. Mrs. Guy Despard Goff entertained THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C' WEDNESDAY. FEBBUABY 28. 1923. Informally a company of twelve guests at luncheon today, ■ Mlsa Louisa Goff will entertain a dinner party of about thirty Friday evening In honor of Klee , Helen Hunted, the niece of Mrs. George Meets, preceding the Junior league dance. Mr*. Coont*. wife of Admiral Rob ert E. Coontz, will be at home Mon* day afternoon from 6 to T o'clock in her apartment at Wardman Park' Hotel. Dr. and Mrs. John Crayke Simpson, who spent the winter abroad and are now in Home, will return to Wash ington in April. * Mrs. John Allen Dougherty enter tained a small parly informally at tea yesterday afternoon at Le Pkradis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. C. Hahn of Menlo Park. Calif., are spending some tiiru- at the New Willard, en route to 5Jr. Hahn's former home In New York. Mr and MrK Edward Kaldenback announce the marriage of their daughter. Frances Parker, to Mr. t'lurence Cochran, at the Immaculate Conception Church rectory, Tuesday evening, February 27. Owing to the serious Illness of her son. Mrs. Charles Keller has been obliged to recall her Invitations for the luncheon which she was to have given tomorrow in honor of Mrs. Fred erick Dent Grant. Senator and Mrs. McCormick Dinner Night. Senator and* Mrs. Mediil McCormick were among the dinner hosts lest evening. Mir. Davis, wife of Representative I E. L. Davis, and her daughter, Mias THE LURE OF SPRING IS IN THESE LOVELY CAPES AND WRAPS r HE' new spring fashions —with balmy days and moonlight nights, make hearts grow glad and happy, too, when you see our splendid new display of early spring Cfipes and zvraps— developed in luxurious silks and wool materials, ’all very new ef fects and light-weight for early spring zvear. *39d£ to *I9SM 1 TWELVE-TEN TWELVE-TWELVE F STREET Branch of the New York Famous / m/i Establishment (aii f Qy Y i| S.E. Cor. 13th and GJSts. N.W. I I i * Thursday, Friday and Saturday * *J[ *A ‘Brilliant Display of A Pipuaiinfl- T°" 6arjr° c^prti^ Extraordinarily Priced at Exquisite in A £\€\ thoughts in good charm and beauty, Jn B M 11 if .millinery. You unusual in quality t H ■ , will find here your and style, are H H H particular type of theft hate portray- H W hat—exclusive, yet ing the newest at a popular price. Margaret Pavia, returned yesterday from a ala-week visit In Florida. Dr. and Mrs. James' F. Mitchell were hosts at dinner last evening, entertaining a company of twelve. The financial counselor of the ItaUan embassy, Signor Guido Jung, spent yesterday In New York. Mrs. Edward Terry Hanford, who is at prsaent at her horns In Tennessee. Is not expected In' Washington until the latter part of March- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everett Blod gett entertained at. dinner at the Powhatan last evening. The United Statee consul general at Rio de Japlero. Brasil, Mr. Alphonse Gaulin, Is visiting Mrs. Frederick W. Pratt. Col. and Mrs. T. Q. Donaldson gave a large reception last evening In com pliment to their son and daughter-in law. Capt. and Mrs. T i Q. Donaldson. Jr., who have but recently returned from Germany, where Capt. Donald son has been on duty with the army of occupation for several years, Co), and Mrs. Donaldson and their son and daughter-in-law wars assist ed In receiving by Maj. Oan. and Mrs. John Hines and Mrs. Willard Hol brook. Others assisting In receiving were Mr*. Merritt Ireland, Mr". Na thaniel B. Dial. Mrs. Charles Farns worth. Sira. John MeAuley Palmer. Mre. Royal Johnson. Mrs. James Woods, Mrs. George Ernest Walker Mra. Wade Johnson. Mrs. Francois Berger Moran and Mrs. Newcomb Barney of Baltimore. Pink rosea and spring flowers made the house gay, and those assisting In the dining room were Miss Josephine Williford, Miss Emma Stitt, Miss Mary Htitt, Miss Helen Herr. Miss Mary Palmer. Miss Elisabeth Toupg and Mlsa Kathleen Meats. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney J. Colford. Jr., Os New York, have been Joined in Falm Beach by the latter'* daughter, Mias Cathiean Vanderbilt, who spent the wAek end here with Mias Elisa beth Hanna. The dancing class met last evening at the Playhouse, and will giv£ its last dance of this season Tuesday evening, March SO. Mr. charlea Henry Butler held a reception evening in honor of Justice Ldward Terry Hanford. Mrs. Butler, assisted by several ladies, received with Mr. Butler. An informal reception at the home of Mrs. Charles M. Ffouike on Massa chusetts avenue will preceed the pro gram of song and monologue to he given by Mr. and Mr*. Francis Rogers of New York. Saturday evening at • o’clock, for the benefit of the con valescent soldiers at Culpeper, Va.. when guests arriving early will be pre sented to the artists, Mr, and Mrs. Regers. A number of informal dinner parties will preceed the recital, among the hosts being Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A. Delano, Mr. and Mrs. George Howland Chase and Col. and Mrs. Charles H. Patterson. A box win he reaarvsd for *the members of tbs Texas dslegation In Congress at ths musical and danca which the Texas Club of Washington will give Friday evening in the ball room of the New Willard. In celebra tion of the anniversary of Texas In dependence. Ths box will be deco rated with the Texas colors and the box reserved for the members of the University of Texas alumnae will be draped with the university colors. The men’s floor committee for the dunce is composed of Representative Clay Stona Brief* RsprsasnUtlvs Frits O. LtnHim, Rapreaentatlva Mar vin Jonas, Col. Mosaa, Mr. Marcus Stuart, Lieut. Ray. Mr. B. N. Timmons and Mr. Fred A. Bird. S«satar-Klect Fans Guest / Twentieth Ceatary l«b. Rapraaanlativa Simeon D. Fees, senator-elect from Ohio, will be the guest at luncheon of the Twentieth Century Club Thursday, at the Cos mos Club. At the meeting preceding the luncheon Mr. Fess will speak. Mrs, William H. Herron will preside and Mrs. Joshua Evans will have charge of the program. The Congressional Club will en tertain In honor of Signora Olivia Rosetti on Friday afternoon. It will be of interest to know that Mme. Agrestl Is the daughter of William Rosetti of London and niece of Ga briel Rosetti, the poet. • Toledo Lopez and family, who have been In New York for some time, have returned to Washing ton and will again occupy an apart ment at the Burlington Hotel. The Missouri Society will hold its monthly meeting at the Roosevelt Hotel, 2101 Ifth street northwest, on Thursday at • p.m. Senator-elect Simeon D. Fess, Ohio, will be the principal speaker. A reception will be given to retiring members of the Missouri delegation in Congress. Thor# will be musical entertainment, refreshments and dancing. Mrs. Verona Pollock Roach, mdSfcer of Channlng Pollock and widow of Senator Roach of North Da (Continued on Ninth Page.) □X.Cutttur^am&£oJ | 316 7th St. N.W. I \NEW COATS, I SUITS, DRESSES I U ■■—■l., ... * _________ n I FOR SPRING WEAR | I riJ?I7C CC*C Women’s and || I l/A£Jj£J Misses’ | slender straightline styles. Entirely netv trim ii n | Remarkable Spring Dresses at | B I' Suits at 1111 \ \m) I Three and two piece styles in m more charming jg j B variety of expression than ever before. Fashioned S g I] Irifff s flSo§ H Velour checks and Tweeds. Navy, greystone and | j | | rious pile fabrics and smooth wool Twill cords. I ISS The new CarneTs Hair goats and capes are featured. I Spring Overblouses in Paisley Patterned Silk, $5.00 | New Sports and Street Skirts, sls | Original and Diiierent Are These | I SPRING HA TS I = For the woman who enjoys the distinction of y\ 8 being a pace ahead of the mode —these hats will » In prove a pleasure—and at this low price! - || § Smart models of & JH Wm i| 1 —Straw & Silk —Milan Braid | I —Timbo Straw —Horsehair ' ■ j g 9 Bringing forth all that is new in the way of shape Eg and adornmcnts nnd^^^^^ colors— the gay o/ New Spring Hats Showing the beautiful and authentic in the world of mil linery modes. Our assortment reflects the genius of famous designers at home and abroad. About two hundred of these attractive hats go on sale tomorrow at m $ 2- o ° Hats to grace and delight every woman. Each model as distinctive in quality as in style. IDA WALTERS, 1415 G 7 Opposite Keith's SOCIETY.