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The Ambassador of Japan and Mme. t Hanihara Honor Guests of Mr. and |. Mrs. Hamlin at Dinner Tonight. THE ambassador of Japan and | Alrne. Hanihara will be the] guests of honor at din ner this evening of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin, who will en tertain a large and distinguished com pany. Mrs. Wallace Entertains finest* at Amaryllis Show. Mrs. Henry C. Wallace held an un- j Usually interesting leceptlon this I morning from 10 to 11! o'clock in the exhibition houses of the Department ] pf Agriculture, at 14th and B streets, j lo show to a large number of visitors | the splendid collection of more than ( J.200 amaryllis plants now in blossom | there. The collection is the finest : ever gotten together by the govern- j merit and surpasses in beauty any j other exhibition held there in years. 1 Mrs. Wallace had her daughter, I Miss Mary Wallace, with her for the | greater part of the time and officials j of the department assisted her. Among the guests were; Mrs. fharles Evans Hughes. Mrs, Edwin ( Den by. Mrs, Hubert Work. Mrs. Harry t New and others of the cabinet, many ladies from the Central American contingent of the diplomatic corps, wives of the assistant secretaries of the various bureaus of the govern ment. Mrs. Sawyer. Mrs, Christian. Mrs. Charles D. Walcott. Mrs. Judson C. Welliver. Mrs. Crlssinger. Mrs. Robert X. Stanfield. Mrs. Tasker L. Oddie and others from official ranks. I Senator and Mrs. Arthur Capper will leave Washington the first of -April for their home in Topeka. Kan Early in June Mrs. Capper will sail for Europe to spend the rest of the summer. The military attache of the Japa nese embassy. Maj. Gen. Hatsutaro Haraguchi. will be host to a large company at dinner this evening in the presidential suite of the New Willard Hotel. Miss Gladys O'Donnell Hinckley and her fiance, Mr. Percival McCeney- | Werlich, were the guests in whose i honor Mr. Arthur Bradley Campbell entertained at luncheon today at the I Hotel Hamilton. His other guests ] were the charge d'affaires of Argen tina, Mr. Espil; Representative John Philip Hill, the undersecretary of the Treasury, Mr, Gilbert; Viscount and Viscountess de Sibour, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Rej burn, Mr. and Mrs. I T. A. Scott Thropp, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard H. Wlliner. Signora Geisser Celesia, Mrs. Armstead Davis. Mrs. Horace Westcott, Mrs. Kenna Elkins, Mrs. Joseph D. Noell, Mrs Roscoe Bulmer, Mrs. Frederick Kohl. Mrs. Kldridge Jordan, Mrs. George Angus Garrett, Miss Ruth Hitchcock, Miss j Helen Patten. Miss Helen I.e Seure, i Miss Pratt. Mias Carolyn Nash, Miss I Kamona Lefevre, Miss Frances Fulli- j van, the naval attache of the French j embassy, Capt. Riga!; the secretary i of the Argentine embassy. Mr. Tra- ) verso: the secretary of the Spanish embassy, Senor de Amoedo; the third secretary of the Italian embassy, j Signor Silenzi; Maj. John G. Queke meyer. Count d'Ad'nemar, Mr. Henry Armstead. Mr. Ralph Snowden Hill, Mrs William Bowie Clarke. Mr. Gardiner Coogan, Mr. Robert Hinck ley and Mr. Walter R. Tuckerman. Mr. Camnbell. who recently return ed to Washington from Chile, where he served for some time as secretary’ to the United States ambassador, will remain at the Hotel Hamilton for another week or ten days. He will sail from New York Wednesday, March 28, for England to visit tils mother, the Marchioness of Huntley, through the spring and summer. Mr. Campbell will return to Washington! in the autumn. Mrs. Miles Poindexter, wife of the ambassador to Peru, is the guest of honor for whom Mrs. Charles G. Roberts is entertaining at bridge this afternoon at her home on Q street, i Tea will follow the game, when 1 Kennra Francisco Sanchez Latour, ■ wife of the minister of Guatemala, ■ will pieside at the tea table. Mrs. Charles de Vere Drayton is j entertaining at bridge this afternoon, j followed by tea at the Club of Co- ; lunial Dames, in compliment to Miss' Ruth Miller Green, who was present-} ed to society last winter by her par- | enta, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Green, i Others In the party are Miss Inger j Bryn, Miss Laura Bryn. Mias Mar guerite Woolley, Miss Lucy Woolley, } Miss Jean Tucker, Mias Eleanor i Northrup, Miss Asenathe Cox, Miss Mary Stitt. Mias Emma Stitt, Miss* Elizabeth Marbury Beale. Miss Alice ; Milburn, Miss Diana Cumming, Miss! Cecil Lester Jones, Mias Margaret Tard. Miss Anne Green. Miss Virginia Edwards and Mrs. Robert Stitt. The Misses Ticknor of Boston, who have been spending a portion of the winter in Washington, will receive ■with Mrs. Minnigerode Andrews, who will be at home informally this aft ernoon in her studio on 16th street. Mrs. Rafael R. Govin was hostess to HIRSH’S I Women's | Stylish Stout | Footwear | Sizes Widths A A... EEEE j j I 'At Hirsh’s I —women who require large E sizes can be fitted In fine. SS comfortable novelty Pumps and Oxfords that hug the fig arch and fit right. We've m all of the pretty and charm- jg ing styles you’ve wanted for B so long a time; open-work H effect* —grays, browns, sat- y wii ins. etc. —in all the new SJ 3? shapes and strap effects. «j » You'll be amazed at how Ig well we can fit the stout B B? woman. * £3 I | Out Size j| Hosiery g 13 Ka.vser Silk Hosiery— f S in all the new shades — |3 “ especially made for vtout ! women— 11 $2.45 | HIRSH'S I 1026-1028 7th St. N.W. | iUllt i **.. | a compaziy -of fourteen at luncheon j today. Col. argfl Mrs. Richard H. Hawkins announce' the engagement of their sis ter. Jeanne H. Schroens. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Schroers of St. Louis, to Mr. John Endicott Searle. son of Mrs. Charles P. Searle I | of Boston arfd Manchester. Mass. j | Mr. and Mrs. Malcrtlm McConihe 1 i will entertain at dinner this evening ! j at the Chevy Chase Clutb. | Mrs. Frederick Dent; Grant will ■ leave this afternoon for her home on . I Sarasota bay. Fla., tv he me she will be j ' joined by her son-in-law and daugh- ' | ter, Prince and Princess -c'antacuzene. j • who are now visiting .fcr. and Mrs. j ; Potter Palmer in Florida.. Mrs. Grant I will remain in her Florida home about | six weeks before returning to Wash- • I ington. I Mrs. Grant was ho«te;|s to a dis- j | tinguished company at dinner last I i evening, having asked her guests to • I meet the Chief Justice anid Mrs. Taft, j j Mrs. Albert p Fall and her daugh-: j ter. Mrs. C. C. Chase, and. the Jailer s ■ | children wilt give up theQr apartment ! jat Wardmaat Park Hotel today, and i will leave this afternoom for their j home at Three Rivers. N. M. Th«* i former Secretary of the llnterior. Mr. • Fall, accompanied by vtheir other 1 daughter, Mrs. Brand Ellia tl, and Mrs. I Fall and Mrs. Chase, will join the j other members of their family in Three Rivers, w)v>re Mr. Mill and Airs. | Elliott and. daughter-in-law, Mrs I Jack Fall, went the first w*eek of till* ■ month, immediately after Mr. Fall’s! retirement from the cabinet. Mrs. j Fall will come to Washington next j season for a portion of the winter. I Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes, jr. I will entertain a company otf twenty- j four at dinner this ewening. The attache of the British embassy j and Mrs F. E. I-awrence will be j among the hosts at dinner this eve- • nlng. ] Mr. Gustave Pabst of the State De- | Ipartment. entertains at luncheon ! todav at the Hhorehara when his ! guests will include diplomatic and 1 J consular officers on duty at the State I Department. Latvian Charge d’Affnlre* And Mme. Seya Dinner Hosts. ( The charge d'affaires of Latvia and ' Mme. Seya entertained a company of j ten at dinner last evening, having among their guests the president of | the Baltic American Society, Mr. Rob- ( ert G. Caldwell. The charge d'affaires, Mr. Charles Louis Seya. will speak tonight in St I Alban's Guild Hall, at Wisconsin and t Massachusetts avenues, on “The New 1 MorrisonS 1 wym FOUNDED 1894 " w V^yyv? 1 Known For Remarkable Value Giving ysKSj 1109 F St. N.W. Near Eleventh ;|s§ Beginning Tomorrow ||| THURSDAY |||, |i| Special Offering ||, l||| of Newest, Spring ||| i COATS, CAPES, i 1 SUITS AND i | DRESSES 1 I " *25 I m m A value demonstration that will serve to con rMto vince you that your new spring wardrobe SNyrK can he bought to advantage at Morrisons An extensive array of approved styles assures SMg your finding here a type to suit your desires. The obviously superior qualities—the fine de tails of fit and finish trill certainly com- WVW2 mend themselves to the teaman and £§s& wmg A *"• accustomed to paying much s£Sl)s SuK? .• fegt. X. more than $25 for her SNy?* ' ■■*’* SUITS, COATS and ■■ r DRESSES. SKTCB £WVW2 Sf ( owe —. See them all tomorrow! MC/VK '' All sizes for women and masses i gugg A Special Group of M. Dresses H Smart spring styles JjJ "tj |Ss| from onr regular stock. *** I _ 'W S^vfa stWr? formerly priced much m wScCg higher. gHra New Silk Crepes. Taffetas and Print- SNvkZ ’ ed Silks in combinations of wanted col- M ors—all s'zes. 1 MSnS TELE EVKMhU STAK, W ASmWiXXN, V. C.. WLT>iSiiiBL»AY, MAKCH 14, 1U26. ■■ *,.j i MMS t I.tIUG must ... j Daughter of Senator Holm O. Dunum j of New Mexico, who la in Waahlngton I for a vlalt with her father. | Republics of Europe.’’ This is the j second of a series of three talks on i vital topics arranged by the women jof St. Alban’s Church. The third will jhe given by Mr. Arthur Deerin Call I Wednesday evening. March 21. on I “America’s Contribution to Europe.” i The secretary of the Rumanian le -1 gallon and Mme. Nano have returned j to their apartment at Wardman Park i Hotel after spending six weeks or • two months In the west and more j recently in Mexico City. I Prince Andrew and Princess Alice lof Greece, who have been visiting j Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. P. Pell In • the home of Mrs. Pell’s parents. Col. j and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson, left I this morning for Philadelphia, accom ' panied by Mr. and Mrs. Pell. They i will spend today in Philadelphia and | will be guests of honor at dinner thie j evening of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wid j ener. Tomorrow they will go to New < York and join Prince Christopher and Princess Anastasia, who went to New I York last week alter a few days’ stay In Washington. The royal Greek party will sail from New York for j Europe later In the month, j Mr. and Mrs. Larz Anderson enter | tained a corppany of twenty at dinner last evening in compliment to Prince I Andrew and Princess Alice. | The patronesses for the cabaret 1 fantastique which is being arranged for Tuesday, evening. April 3. for the | benefit of Noel House, will include a i gp| Your Old Hat ; Made New Again ‘ Cleaning. Blocking } \ and Remodeling 1/V Hat Frame* and 'Trimming* i VIENNA HAT FACTORY • 435 11th SL N.W. • number of distinguished members of official, diplomatic and resident so ciety. Mrs. Henry Marquand la pres ident bf Noel House, and Mre. New bold Noyes is chairman of the com mittee on arrangements for the caba ret fantastique, which will be given at 10 o’clock at the Hotel Hamilton. Mrs. Frederick H. Glllett heads the list of patronesses, which also In cludes Mrs. James W. Wadsworth, jr.; Mrs. William Phillips, Mrs. Henry Getty Chilton, Mrs. Theodore Roose velt. Mrs. R. Leslie Cralgle, Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, Mrs. William R. Castle, Jr.; Mrs. Frederic A. Delano, Viscountess de Slbour, Mrs. Charles C. Glover. Mrs. Rafael R. Govin, Mrs. Honnen Jennings, Mrs. Philip Van Horne Lansdale, Mrs. Adolph Caspar Miller, Mrs. Annistead Peter, Jr.; Mrs. Duncan C. Phillips, Mrs. Henry Hen ning Spencer, Mrs. Robert M. Thomp son. Mrs. Clarence R. Wilson, Mrs Edward C. Walker and Mrs. Charles Houghton Wood. The former Vice President and Mrs. Thomas R. Marshall, who have been spending a few weeks in Florida, have returned to their apartment at the Lee House. Mrs. Richard Topham gave a din ner dance last evening in her home, at ,52 Brown street, in compliment to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Topham. the latter formerly Miss Virginia Cross of Vir ginia. whose marriage took place re cently. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Shore. Mr. and Mrs. William Keck. Mr. and Mrs. Melville Green. Mr. and Airs. Charles Ford. Mrs, Edna Lusby, Miss Mahon and Air. Leon Shore. Mrs. Green and Mrs, Ford sang several solos during the evening end a buffet supper was served about midnight, after which the company continued dancing. Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell Carroll wil? be hosts at the Thursday night din ner at the Arts Club tomorrow even ing. and Dr. Carroll will give his im pressions on Brazil and the centen nial. The Junior League luncheon will be held tomorrow at 1 o'clock, at Haunch ( <Continued on Ninth Page.) ~ CHOKERS For Esater. Made of your own material at $5. Get your order in now. Easter is early. Cold storage after March in. MARTIN WOLF, I All This Week - &Y)|Tfae|)6f)| jS Beginning Thursday X„* sr. n.w. D,V " Tl ““ H “ f 1 • -. . . isar - H 1— ""■■■ 11 The House of Courtesy ... ... L 135 liASTERHm [ Collection of Superb Styles | .he window. 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