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President and Mrs. Coolidge Have as
Their Guest the Ambassador to
France, Mr. Herrick.
THE President and Mrs. Cool-
Idge have with them at the
White House the United
States ambassador to Prance,
Mr. Myron T. Herrick, who is here
for a few days. He will sail from
New Tork Wednesday, October 24.
aboard the Paris for France, to re
sume his duties there.
Mrs. Coolidge yesterday received
the wives of foreign ambassadors,
ministers and charge d'affaires, who
were presented to her by Senora de
Riano, wife of the ambassador of
Spain, Mrs. Coolidge standing in the
blue room. After they were presented
they went Into the red room, where
Mrs. Keyes, wife of Senator Henry
Wilder Keyes, presided at the tea
Mrs. Harry S. New, wife of the
Postmaster General, will be. among
those assisting at the tea table at
the tea dance to be given this after-,
noon from a to 7 o'clock, by Col. and
Mrs. George Simonds and Lieut. Col.
Jnd Mrs. Parker Hitt, in the Officers'
Club at Washington barracks. Others
assisting will be Mrs. John L. Hines,
Mrg. Charles S. Farnsworth. Mrs.
Bryant Wells. Mrs Hamilton Hawk
ins and Mrs. H. Gibbons'. Mrs. H. E.
Ely, wife of the commandant of
Washington barracks, will bq in the
receiving line with Mrs. Simonds and
Mrs. Hitt. There will be about 400
guests. The club has been decorated
with quantities of autumn flowers and
greens, and an orchestra from the
Army Band will play throughout the
The newly appointed ambassador of
Cuba, Dr. Cosmo de La Torriente;
Mme. de La Torriente and their
daughter, who arc now in Paris, will
probably make a short visit to their
home in Cuba before coming to
Washington, where Dr. de La Tor
rtente will take up his duties as am
I>r. Leo S. Rowe
Host at Luncheon.
The director general of the Pan-
American Union. Dr. Leo S. Rowe,
entertained at luncheon in the annex
of the Pan-American Union today in
honor of the delegates to the Pan-
American Conference of Red Cross
societies to be held at Buenos Aires.
Argentina, in November. Among the
guests were Judge John Barton
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Payne, chairman of the executive
committee of the American Red
Cross; Surgeon Gen. Cummlng of they
United States public health service,
Mr. Arthur Dunn. Col. Ernest P. Blck
nell, Mr. James L. Fieser. Dr. B. J.
Lloyd, Dr. John D.! Long and Dr.
John C. Merriam of the Carnegie In
The retiring charge d'affaires of
Belgium and Mme. Le Maire de War
zee d' Hermalle will go to New York
today and will sail tomorrow on the
Lapland for Brussels. Mile. Diana
Le Maire tie Warzee d' Hermalle, who
has been visiting on Long island,
will Join her parents in New York
and will sail with th6m.
The charge d'affaires of Germany
and Frau Dleckhoff are spending to
day in New York and will return to
The charge d'affaires of Lithuania.
Mr. Matas J. Vinikds. returned to
Washington this morning after pass
ing the week end in New York.
The counselor of the Germany em
bassy and Frau von Lewlnskl enter
tained at dinner last evening, when
their guests wore the minister of
Bulgaria and Mme. Panaretoff. the
minister of Persia, Mlrza Hussein
Khan Alai, and the chairman of the
United States section of the mixed
claims commission and Mrs. Parker.
The company later occupied a box at
Gen. and Mrs. Charles H. Barth have
arrived in Washington from Fort
Bragg for a few days and are stop
ping at the La Fayette Hotel. Gen.
and Mrs. Barth will return to Fort
Bragg, where they will spend the
winter with their son. Lieut. S. B.
Barth of the slh Field Artillery.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles J. Bell enter
tained a company in their box at the
opening performance of the Theater
Guild Repertory Company in the Shu
bert-Beiasco Theater last evening.
Their guests were Mrs. Charles
Hutchinson and Miss Josephine
Hutchinson, who #ire visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Bell; Mr. and Mrs. Newbold
Noyes and Mr. Robert Bell.
Others in the audience were Miss'
Laura Harlan, the Rev. Dr. Herbert
Scott-Smith. Miss Smith, Mr. Law
rence Townsend. Mrs. Samuel A. Kim
berly. Mrs. .Loren Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. Morgan Bradford, Jr., Miss Sarah
Dorsheimer Clifton, Mrs. Larkin
Glasebrook and Mrs. Leroy Chamber
Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant will en-
THE' EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1925.'■
MRS. CiWINN WHEELWRIGHT HI ST,
Formerly Mill France* Keye* PfnrNOU, whose marriage took place recently.
tertaln at dinner this evening for her
granddaughter, Princess Bertha Can
tacuzene, who is spending several
weeks with her.
Mrs. Frederick E. Chapin and her
daughter. Miss Marcia Chapin, have
returned to Washington and opened
their house, after passing the summer
at Bass Rocks. Me. Miss Chapin will
go to Atlantic City today to visit Mrs.
Mrs. Thomas B. Larkin and her two
children will arrive •in Washington
tomorrow to spend some time with
her parents. Commander and Mrs
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William M. Irwin, in the home, on
Le Roy place. At the conclusion of
her stay here she will join Capt.
Larkin, in Pittsburgh.
Maj. and Mrs. Craig King have
given up their apartment at 13X6 New
Hampshire avenue and are In their
new house at 3128 34th street. Cleve
land Park, which they recently com
Miss Muriel Schaefer entertained at a
bridge party and shower yesterday after
noon in compliment to her cousin. Miss
Irma Horton, whose marriage to Mr.
Timothy F. Daley of Burlington. Vt..
will take place In the shrine ot the
Sacred Heart, November 6.
Mrs. William Livingston Crounse
has returned to her home, on Grant
road, after spending the summer In
Chester, Nova Scotia. Mrs. Crounse
will resume her days at home Mon
Capt. and Mrs. Duke McNamee will
entertain a company at dinner this eve
Mrs. D. B. Casley was hostess to a
company of sixteen at luncheon today
at the Shoreham.
Mrs. Vanderbilt Attends
State Fair at Raleigh.
Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt went
to Raleigh from her home, Blltmore.
N. C.. today to attend the opening of
the state fair, at whtofc she will rep
resent Gov. Cameron Morrison. Mrs.
Vanderbilt is serving her third term
as president of the North Carolina
Mrs. Charles Whitman, wife of the
former Governor of New York, was
host to six at dinner last night at the
Frau Boy-Ed, wife of the former
military attache of the German em
bassy, Capt. Karl Boy-Ed. and her
small daughter will sail today aboard
the Reliance from New York for her
home in Germany. Frau Boy-Ed has
spent the summer with her mother.
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Store opens at 9 ’o’clock! Come EARLY—
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Prices Heavily Cut on All
The famous “Free - Wcstinghousc” Desk Electric
Machines Combination Desk and Sewing Machine
40—No. 231 model, in Mahogany, Walnut and
Golden Oak. Were $7 04.25 to $112.35
B—Console models. Were $137.25—N0w $89.50
The Westinghouse Free-Cabinet Machine. Combination
of Artistic Cabinet and Sewing Machine
B—No. 600 model, in Walnut. Were $93.50
18—No. 560 model, in Wax’ finish, Golden Oak,
Fumed Oak and Mahogany. Were $84.60
and s9o.oo—Now $55.50
2—No. 5 model, Free - Treadle, 6 - Drawer
Machine, in Golden Oak. Were $76.05
6—Rockford Treadle model, 4-Drawer, in Golden
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Mr*. Alexander Maekay-Smlth, in
Miss Lucia W. Parker, accompanied
by her niece. Miss Elizabeth R. Par
ker, of Charleston, S. C., has gone to
New York and will spend the week at
the Hotel Astor.
Commander and Mrs. W. W. Gal
braith are r.t the Hotel Hamilton dur
ing their stay in Washington.
Mrs. William Corcoran Eustls and
her daughter, Miss Margaret Eustls,
are expected to arrive In New York
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