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gootety 5 The Minister of China and Mme, Sze Will Return to Washington in Few Weeks, After Several Months’ Absence. M t minister of China and I Mm*. Sze will sail for this | country early in April. They P * are now taking a short vaca ► tlon in their home, in China, where p they went from Peking a few days ago. The minister and Mme. Sze have a been greatly missed from the diplo ‘ jnatic circle since their departure, in November. k Miss Ailsa Mellon, daughter of the k . Secretary of the Treasury, went to New York yesterday to remain about a fortnight, and will return here f about Easter. The Secretary will '• probably make a short visit in his L home, in Pittsburgh, before Mias Mel lon's return, but has made no plan i for a vacation as yet. , Minister of Poland and Mme. * M roblewaka to Entertain. The minister of Poland and Mme. Wroblewska will entertain a com j.any at dinner this evening at the le gation on 16lh street. Representative and Mrs. William F. , Stevenson left the end of the week for their home in South Carolina, for * peveral months' stay. Early in the'j v summer they will open their moun- j tain home, Montreal, in South Caro-j lina. Miss Gladys O'Donnell Hinckley and !Mr. Percival McC'eney-Werllch, whose k marriage will take place Saturday, were the guests in compliment to whom Mr. and Mra Thomas Bell Sweeney enter tained a small company at lunch today. Miss Hleen Le Seuro will be hostess * at dinner this evening, when her guests , have been asked to meet Miss Hinck ley and Mr. McCeney-Werlich. - Mme. Hauge gave a small tea yes terday afternoon for Miss Hinckley and lier fiance. Mrs. Robert B. Armstrong gave a luncheon today at the Hotel Hamilton. Among the guests were Mrs. Tasker L. Oddie, Mrs. D. R. Crissinger, Mrs. .David Hunt Blair, Mrs. Leslie M. Shaw, » Mrs. Henry Fitzhugh. Mrs. Louis Hertle. Mrs. Fernando Cuniberti, Mrs. Frank ” Hatton, Mrs. Louis Atkinson, Mrs. Helm. Mrs. Srnedburg, Mrs. George Harriman, Miss Sumner, Miss Rigby and Miss Hogin. Spring flowers were used as the table decorations. Mrs. T. Septimus Austin was hostess ; at luncheon today at the Shoreham. •-nlertaining a company of seventeen. * Her guests were Senora de Elizalde, :. Mrs. Andrieus A. Jones. Mme. Proch- Ziik. Mrs. Robinson Downey, Mrs, .* William Henry Smith, jr.; Mrs. Delos Jiiodgett, Mrs, John Allen Dougherty, i Mrs. Bernard B. Jones, Mrs. John Walker Holcombe. Mrs. Clarence C. \ • 'aihoun, Mrs. Frederic D. McKenney, Mrs. Francois Berger Moran. Mrs. . William P. Dennis. Mrs. Medorem • rawford, Mrs. Robert F. Mackenzie, f Mrs. Charles Nelson Riker and Miss Mary Temple. Miss Madeleine Austin will enter tain at luncheon for a company of fourteen at the Hotel Hamilton Sat- V rday. Mrs. Edwin S. Pufler was hostess to a company of eleven at lunch to day. Cards have been received in Wash ington from Mrs. Margaret C. Bolin announcing the marriage of her daughter, Elsa Jeannette, to Mr. Hecatur Durant i Gordon, Monday, February 26, in Los Angeles, Calif. * Mr. and Mrs. Gordon are at home at I 305 North Beachwood Drive, Los An gelos. Both Mr. Gordon and his bride “Were formerly of Washington, Mr. I | The LOUVRE I A 11151117 F STREET T Impressive Values at I 1 Expressive Prices I We have gathered for this mid-month ♦ occasion an assortment of Dresses and Suits that we are featuring at very popular prices. < They are splendid values at these prices— both artistically and intrinsically—and are offered for your consideration. a 1 Frocks, J 49= and *69= % 7 Exclusive models—developed in the dressy and ♦ smart crepes—offering a wide variety for choice. ♦ Elaborately embellished with embroidery and ♦ beading. | Suits at s 49= & Very fine Twill Cords —in dressy Straightline models, Balkan and Box designs—either of strictly tailor finish or handsomely embroidered ani 4? braided. You’ll appreciate their superiorities. ♦ ♦ s=s= =5 ♦ ♦ i Showing New Wraps Every phase of fashion, and for every type of ▲ service—from the Smart Sports Coat to the Wrappy Coats and Capes. Plain weaves and overplaids— plain tailored and richly, fringed and embroidered. | m $ 27 50105 165-°° ■7 i | Charming Hats Easter Millinery is here in all the splendor of gay colorings and effective shapes—whether you are inclined for the dress Hat or one for Sports wear. $l2-50 to $35-00 bUCILTY, Gordon being the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Durant Gordon of this city. Maj. and Mrs. A. X. Tasker have gone to Asheville, X. C., where they are guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. Contee Thompson at their home. Grove Park. They will remain for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. Swavely were hosts at bridge and dinner last evening at their home. 4101 Connecticut avenue, entertaining Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Fowl- j er. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selecman. Dr. and Mrs. Wade H. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry White. Mr. and Mrs. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schmeckebier, Maj. and Mrs. Eckels. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Walter. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hine. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Guy. Mr. and Mrs. Royoe Ruess. Mrs. Llebermun. Mrs. L. A. Fisher. Miss Taylor, Mr. Henry T. Blair and Mr. R. K. Verbe. The Russian village fair, to be given Tuesday. April 10. at Wardman Park Hotel, for the benefit of the Russian Relief, of which Mrs. Robert Lansing is chairman, bids fair to be one of those unique events that cap ture the fancy of every one. Sirs. Edwin Denhy is honorary (chairman of the entertainment edm- I mittee for the affair. Sirs, George T. Ma-rye. wife of the former ambassa ! dor to Russia, is chairman and the i vice chairmanship Is held by Mme. 1 Mishtowt. They have secured Mr. I Paul Gardiner Tchernikoff to plan ami execute the special features of the entertainment, who will duplicate festive scenes that actually take place at the village fairs in Russia. Princess Cantacuzene and Mrs. Lan sing have sent for 100 dolls that are being dressed by the Russian refugees in Paris. The hours of the fair will be from 3 o’clock in the afternoon to 10 o’clock in the evening and special features for children will take place In the afternoon. The funds that are raised will be sent directly to Mrs. Mark Bristol, wife of Admiral Bristol, at Constanti nople. ».^d. Mr. and Mrs. Poindexter Entertained at Dinner. The United States ambassador to Peru and Mrs. Miles Poindexter were the guests in whose honor Mr. John p. Hartman of Seattle entertained at dinner at the New Willard last even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm McConihe were hosts to a company of forty last evening at dinner, entertaining at the Chevy Chase Club in compliment to the new director of the War Finance We all know that a rood oM fur ia superior to a cheap new one. Then why not hare that Choker Made of the old fur at $5.00 MARTIN WOLF, ft”**; Prescriptions of MRS. N. C. COON Unequaled for Hair and Complexion Hair Tonic: For dandruff A growing half. Scalp Food: For dry hair A itching acaipa. Absorbent Cleansing Cream: Abaorba all dirt, reduces large porea. Almond Skin Food: A builder that Whitens and makes relrety complexion. Muscle Cream: Makes firm necks and eradicates wrinkles. It 00 each at drug and department stores, and at Mrs. Coon’s office, 1406 Eye street northwest. THE EVENING STAR, WASIIIXGTON, I). C„ THiiteDAV, MAllCtl 15, 1923. __ . : ... : 4115.-. Ml.l/ AIL .1 li II A \M. 11l the leading ride of “Fikkl,” one nt three short iilii.vh being giten at Walter Reed Hospital tonight for Hie entertninineiit of ilNnldert veterans, nail again Friday and Saturday evenings ut the A street playhouse for the Child Welfare fund. Corporation and Mrs. Frank W. Mon dell. Mrs. Horace Macfarlaud entertained V i2th & 12>h& y W Amazing Values Just at the Outset of the Easter Season v( i | materials! Every- W Dressy models show c<apes or tie- W % at-side in the newest way— many >i rib- I : K emem b er —Only One of a Kind W Th* Hous• o/ Quality <L ~ I Mtay&r (I^JSSSSSF jjL 937*939 FSt N.W, No . FRIDAY’S SPECIAL SALES i£h SPRINGS UITS & |||* "T\ Ue J n TIIv )k\ as sketched .. . mmi JJfc M\ f / /// I TW/E /kkv /hj/ received this special purchase of smart, new, hand - jg I j \l/ // / / rr tailored suits and place them on sale tomorrow at a price W j II W /1! / j that docs not nearly represent their actual worth. S| If §j / f\j/ / They are carefully made throughout of all-wool Pair el twill and tricotine. Jackets, silk lined, and may be worn with or with - gC \ J Ali === lnhl o,lt hell. Skirls are finely tailored and fit perfectly. Black, navy, no. tf* 9 A** (town, in misses’ sizes 14 to 18; women’s, 34 to 44; also extra sizes. *Qm J /I Other New Suits, $35, $45, SSO to SBS < [I New Spring j JA■* T “V* QIIQIVIXG tomorrow for the first time a very charming group y. ! | \1 \ of 'individual dresses specially purchased and offered at this I ■ y \ \ very attractive price. | t\ \ \ Wonderfully pretty creations in paisleys, cantons, crepe dc j V chines, taffetas, poiret twills, tricotines, plain or in combinations. \ ■ \ Navy.’ brown, black and the newest spring shades. GuK ] ll "fV Misses’, 14 to 18; women’s, 34 to 46. | Other New Dresses, $17J50, SI9JSO, $29, $35, $45 Up \ Very Individual and Charming *&r SPRING HATS, *7.50 8 J an PIES of pattern hats, also original designs ng. fcjy from our own workrooms. Hats with tnilan wtr crowns, new transparent haircloth and timbo straws. Smart novelty straws. Becoming little suit hats, sailor shapes and off-the-face effects. Dainty little jnU- 'Q&L jSjp poke shapes with full wreaths and flower sprays. n'djAmf, ISSrm fmy Hats with wonderful bows and pompons of silk - mffjjf/j/ vSSg faille ribbon complete this exceptional collection. ‘ 7Jj Q Colors, navy, gray, sand, copen, mountain haze, pur- Other New Spring Hats, $5, $5.95, $8.50, $lO, $12J50 Up \ tl Mil N ' ■■ ' ■' 1 111 ■— ' at luncheon yesterday in honor of Mrs. Elliott, wife of Capt. Middleton Elliott, who, with the captain, will h ave shortly for California, where he haa been ordered for duty at Mare Is- ’ land. Mrs. Macfarland’s other guests were Mrs. Alfred Johnson, Mrs. T. Septimus Austin, Mrs. Paul Fitz- Htmons, Mrs. Charles Oman. Mrs. Cecil Baker. Mrs. William Henry Smith, Jr.; Mrs. Medorem Crawford, Mrs. Ken nedy Wheeler, Mrs. Robert F. Mac kenzie and Mrs. Malcolm McConihe, sister of the hostess. Mrs. Bernard B. Jones gave a dinner party last evening for the members of the casts for the three one-act plays which will be given tomorrow evening for the benefit of the Child Welfare Society. Miss Helen Pratt of New York, who Is visiting Miss Helen LeSeure. was the guest In compliment to whom Miss Frances Hampson entertained at dinner last evening at the Chevy Chase Club. Miss Elizabeth Hanna was hostess at dinner last evening. Miss Jeanne Schroers, whose engage ment to Mr. John E. Searle, was an nounced yesterday, was the guest of honor at luncheon yesterday of Mrs, Henry M. Morrow, who entertained In her home on Blltmore street. Mrs. Emorv Land, wife of Capt. Land. IT. H. N.. and her mother. Mrs. Chester, left Wednesday for Augusta, Ga. Mrs. Chester has l>een indisposed for the past two months. Miss Elizabeth Putnam of Davenport. lowa, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George R. Putnam In Bancroft place. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barros of Chile, who have come to Washington to spend about a year, have taken an apartment at Wardman Park Hotel. Judge an 4 Mrs. Charles B. Howry, who have been spending several weeks in Florida, have returned to their apartment at the Lee House. Mrs. J. Hamilton Lew is, wife of the former senator from Chicago, is ex pected to arrive in "Washington to day. ami will be at the Shoreharn while here. Mrs. Mary Moncure Parker of Chi cago is spending a few days at the Raleigh before going to Atlantic City sot a short stay. Mrs. Parker spent (Continued on Ninth Page.) J— ——l While it’s principal component is CLAY, it is like || || cla y or mu d in name only. It is PINK! It is CLEAN || || and cleanses. It acts QUICKLY I l| HBHBkWH It is an English clay preparation. scientifically com- h || pounded, for improving the complexion. Almost instantly || the facial tissues respond to its marvelous powers. ! El “BEAU IIH - TEINT’ I I ■KIH I I Tan I Nil and removes blemishes. Pimples, Blackheads and Wrinkles disappear after its ap- || HBDBQpQS It cools, refreshes and rejuvenates the face and soothes “nerves” which are tired and frayed by modern life. || ■ Alter its use the skin feels and looks like that of rosy-cheeked || 1 y out ]v . ..... , § I here is nothing else “just like it,’ so dont accept substitutes. g| 4 AA For sale at all good dmg The “Bean-Teinf co. (d»«x 7>. ■■■■ BWU an Elthte9nth st . N , w all I AVIVi and toilette counters or direct Washington, d. c. || SSS H ” , ._ Send me full-s;ie tube of ' Beau- i SS; ■ from US by mail. Teint” for the SI. OO herewith in. I S§S J cloaed, or C. 0. D. (Cross out i Jss §§ WSSB words not applicable). :i A LARGE SIZE Used at Miller’s 12 Barber I rw\ i 0 « - , - - iMune- 1 I Tube Shop, and other first-claw Addre# . _ establishments. [ ! di cj cLb^SESHSHSZSZSZnSHSBSZSHSZKS^S^^ |Q New York (Coi\Ge Boston \ ||j Pittsburgh ■ ’ ” S, Baltimore S j ' | | \\ Easter | I 11 ]\ Millinery j I\ \ Ii °/ I Inspiration | Special, $lO and $12.50 | See the collection Leon is now showing. Adaptations and S interpretations of the newest Millinery motifs. cj Convincingly styled! Enticingly priced! S “Hat* of Tomorrow Shown Today” SESaSBScLSSSSSiSSSBSSSZSZSSSSSHSSSESHSHSESHSSSESHSESIZSeLSBSSSZSHSZSHSESHSHSZSZSZSESBSSSHSESZScISESZSZSHsS ? _ 4 , A WONDERFUL TWO DAY SALE! I f FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 4 9 SMART STYLES—WOMEN’S AND MISSES’ 4 <fh | Suits, Coats, Wraps, Capes, Dresses * y The very latest authoritative styles received this week. The values are except t f- tional—WE court comparison. I HANDSOME WRAPS, COATS AND CAPES ‘ | All the soft lustrous fabrics. Velours, Twills, Velvay, Roshanara and other 4 <# silks—a wonderful display. 4 I $29.50, $35, $49.50, $69.50 A 9 4 I 200 SPORT COATS AND CAPES—FOR ANY TIME WEAR ‘ S! English tweeds, mannish materials, plaids, checks and plain tan. £ Featured at $18.95, $25, $29.50, $39.50 * S * * DISTINCTIVE SUITS FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN 4 * 9 Tailored, Balkan and blouse models—twill and mannish materials — 4 £ incomparable values, 4 | S2S, $29.50,539.50, $49.50 * I NEW SPRING DRESSES—Entire Floor £ * Beautiful models in crepes, solid' colors, paisley and novelties, roshanara, taf 9. feta, in all the new colors and combinations. 4 | WONDERFUL DRESSES, $25, $35, $39.50 $45 ‘ 9■ ■ 4 £ 30 Sample Dresses 75 Women’s and Misses’ Dresses 4 One of a kind silk crepes, women** Silk crepe, tricosham, paisley, and 9. and misses*. three-piece jerseys. • | $22.50 to $35 $16.95 ,* * NEW PAISLEY BLOUSES JUST ARRIVED, SPECIAL, $5.95—58.95 | I ONYX PURE SILK HOSIERY, GRA Y, CARAMEL AND BLACK, $1.98 4 &es%*n*ei ww s> \ V i) 011 iw i .