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gooiaty The President and Mrs. Coolidge Are Returning This Evening From Brief Visit in New York. THK President and Mrs. Cool idge are returning to Wash- j ington this evening from a j brief visit in New York, where they attended the annual luncheon «f ! tho Associated Press. Mrs. Cqotidge I will be honor guest at the annual j Congressional Club breakfast tomor- j row at Rauscher’s, one of the most j important features of official society in Washington. Mrs. Hughes, wife of the Secretary | of State, will be at home this after- , noon from 4 to 6 o’clock at their rest- | dence, 1529 18th street She will re- 1 ceive alone, but Mrs. J. Butler Wright j will assist* generally and Mrs. Wil- | iiam R. Castle and Mrs. Wilbur J. Carr will preside at the tea table. | Some of the wives of State Depart- ; inent officials will also assist. Miss Ailsa Mellon, daughter e f the Secretary of the Treasury, w ill not j receive tomorrow afternoon because j of illness. Mrs. Weeks, wife of the Secretary . of War. will receive tomorrow from » i to 6 o’clock in her home at 2100 16th street. Mrs. Harry - S. New. wife of the > Fostmasler General w ill be at home , tomorrow from 4 to 6 o’clock at her i residence 1869 Wyoming avenue. Mrs Wilbur will receive in her : residence, 1820 Jefferson place, to j morrow afternoon. She will have ! with her. presidin'' at the tea table, j Mrs. Edward W. Eberle, w ife of Ad- j miral Eberle; Mrs. John A. I.ejeune. | wife of Maj. Gen. Eejeune; Mrs. Ben- j jamin F. Hutchison, wife of Rear j Admiral Hutchison, and Mrs. John Fredericks, wife of Representative Fredericks of California. Mrs. Work, wife of the Secretary Os the Interior, will be unable to re ceive because of the injury to her foot receUed several months ago. Mrs. Henry C. Wallace, wife of the Secretary of Agriculture, will receive tomorrow afternoon, from 4 to 6 o’cioek, in her apartment ’ at Ward man Park Hotel. She will have re ceiving with her her two daughters. | Miss Mary Wallace and Miss Ruth Wallace, and assisting in the dining room will be Mrs. William Mather Lewis, Mrs. Wallace Uadcliffe, Mrs. Kli A. Helmick, Mrs. T. A*. Alfred and Miss Elizabeth Adams. Mrs. Hoover, wife of the Secretary . of Commerce, is in her heme in Cali- ! fomia and will not return for sev- j eral months. Mrs. James J. Davis, wife of the 1 Secretary of Eabor. will be at home tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 6 o’clock, in her apartment at Wardman Park Hotel. Mrs. Frank H. Brumby, wife of ! Capt. Brumby, entertained a small : company at luncheon today, in com- i pliment to her sister. Miss Cornelia , Truxton of Norfolk, who is spending tl fortnight with her, ®’lir Envoy of France and Btrae. Jusscrand in New York. The ambassador of France and Aline, | Jffisserand will go to New York this | afternoon to attend the opening of ! the. exhibition of industrial arts of ’ France. They -will return to Wash- I ington tomorrow. Tho Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. ! Curtis D. Wilbur will lie the guests ! in whose honor Capt. and Mrs. | Adolphus Andrews will entertain a | company at dinner aboard the May-I Bower Oris evening. Senora de Torriente, wife of the am- j bassador of Cuba, was the honor | guest at luncheon today of Mrs. Par- j her West. The other guests were j Senora de Eiizalde. Senora de Alfaro, I Mrs. Edward T. Sanford. Mrs. Wilbur 1 J. Carr, Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins. Mrs. Frank Mondell. Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant. Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood, Mrs. Frederic McKenney, Mrs. Rob ert Lansing. Mrs. Hairy' Xorment. Mrs. W. Harry Brown, Mrs. Breckin idgre Long and Miss Mary Morgan. The ambassador of Argentina and Senora de Pueyrredon had as their guests at *Unner Sunday evening ; Senor and Senora de la Serna and Dr. and Senora de Cranwell of Bue nos Aires, Argentina. Senora de la Serna spoke at the meeting last evening in the Pan-American T’nion building. Dr. and Senora de Cran well are on their way to Italy, where the doctor will represent Argentina •.t the medical conference which will S>e held there this summer. The minister of China, Dr. Alfred (Bzc, Is leaving today for Amherst, Mass, where he will make, an ad- Bress at the Massachusetts Agri cultural College tomorrow afternoon •Ad in the evening he will speak el Mount Holyoke College. Thurs day he will lecture before the Institute of Arts and Science at Co lumbia University and Saturday he Will speak at the City Club in Balti- Itnorc, Md.. That evening he. will re turn to Washington to spend a few boars before leaving Sunday for the Muddle west. He will speak at Grin \ The LOUVRE 1 O 11151117 r STREET A Demonstrating: Louvre Quality at Popular Prices Dresses $29-5° $35 $39-50 We’ve a standard —which is ex pressed in materials and workman ship—and whatever‘we place before you—meets this standard —regard- less of the marking. High-grade, but popularly priced may well be said of all three of these Frock assortments. They are designed for Street and Afternoon wear—and are developed in the fashionable fabrics —in original designs and the favored colorings. Other presses, $25 to $125 - / SOCIETY. ii- ll College April 28 and will return to this lily about May 1. The minister of Venezuela, Senor Dp. Don Pedro Manuel Arcaya. will entertain at dinner this evening in honor of the United States minister to Venezuela, Mr. Willis C. Cook. The minister of Ecuador and Senora de Eiizalde will entertain at dinner this evening. ( Senator and Mrs. David A. Heed left Washington at il o’clock yester day afternoon for Pittsburgh. Pa., where they will remain for several dais. The charge d’affaires of Greece and Mme. Tsamados will entertain at din ner this evening in honor of the i’nited States minister of Greece and Mrs. Irwin B. Laughlin. The charge d’affaires of Brazil and Mme. de Sousa Eeao Grade will en tertain at dinner this evening in honor of the third assistant secre tary of state and Mrs. J. Butler Wright. The naval attache of the French embassy, Capt. Jean F. J. B. Riga), has gone to New York to attend the exhibition of the industrial art of France. Miss Madeleine Couzens returned to Washington last even fug from Balti more. The Misses Hamilton are entertain ing a luncheon party at the Chevy Chaste Club tomorrow for Miss I,ida Adams. whose marriage to Air. Claudius Henry Alastin Roberts takes place Saturday, and Miss Elizabeth Young, whose wedding takes place later Airs. Alarshail Field has closed her ■ home on 16th street and is now in. New York. She will sail later in the season for Europe to remain through the summer. • Airs. Charles S. Baker, entertained 1 at luncheon followed by bridge today in her apartment on Connecticut avenue in honor of Miss Lida Adams whose marriage to Air. Claudius Hen ry Alastin Roberts will take place Saturday. The other guests included Airs. Fairfax Downey, Miss Helen Zinsser. Miss Alary Alendell and Miss Jessie Thorpe all members of the wedding party; Mrs. George E. Ham ilton jr.. Airs. Daniel L Borden, Mrs. John Alorrill. Atiss Elizabeth Young. Aliss Fannie Hamilton, Aliss Mary' Emily Hamilton, Miss Mae Taylor, ’ Miss Alary Louise Johnson, Miss Har riett! Love and Miss Elizabeth Beach. Air. and Airs. Lyman B. Kendall are expected to return Sunday from New York where they are spending a short time. Mrs. Dwight Chester, who spent the greater part of. the winter in Washington with her son-in-law and FUR COATS * I should N' and look»nl over IWorf* I put in storage. You will sure money ; and trouble if you will let me do your work now. WOLF ‘Oeuciouy Lumcheon 654" WoMPomiiCouasePM/tefiftSS ■ (£afe 1760 Pm Sr-.rt.W. Frwklin. 5206 k Also at ttv. Co. rig Jervice t Your Old Has Made New A grain Cleaning. Blocking j »nd Remodeling Hat Frmmci and IVI naming* Vienna Hat Factory FOR LUNCHEON AND AFTERNOON TEAS Tube Dozen Anchovie Paste...,. 25c $2.75 Bloater Pa5te..,....’.. ..25c $2.75 Sardine Paste 25c $2.75 Sardellan Paste.., 25c $2.75 Glass Dozen Crosse & Blackwell’s Anchovie Paste..4sc $5.00 Bloater Paste. —4O c Sardine Pa5te...........40c $4.50 Magruder’s FINE GROCERIES Conn. Ave. and K St. Est. 1875. THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. JOL TUESDAY. SPRIG 92. 1924. WHS. IVOODIIRIDGE ITltlllS, Wife of Senator Ferris of Michigan and with him entertaining n« guests Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Render and Miss Render of I.rand Rapids. Mrs. Ili-nH.r Me.-om no n ■ *-«l lint Kerris to the Senate ladies* limeh today. daughter, Capt, and Airs. Emory Scott Land at their home 1919 Nineteenth street, left last evening lor her home in Boston. Mrs Alvin Dodd and her little daughter Joan, have returned from I Beaufort, South Carolina where they have been f#r several weeks. Mr. Charles Noble Gregory enter tained informally at a small dinner party last evening for out of town guests. The board of mangers of the House of Mercy wish to announce that Wed nesday, May 21, has been chosen as the date for their annual garden par ty, which will be given in the Cath edral close. Mrs. Clark Alunford and her daughter. Aliss Norvell C. Alunford, who spent the winter in the south ■ —1 —— Mai son Maurice S. E. Corner 13th and G. Streets, N. W. ~ 11 '• ' r — — 1 sale Your Unrestricted CHOICE of ANY HAT IN STOCK $5.00 Hats will be sold $3.34r it i.i I i $7.50 Hats’ will be sold ss*oo $10.()b Hats will be sold $6.67 Nothin g II / ! $12.50 Hats wiii be sold $g.34 Reserved I $15.00 Hats will be sold SIO.OO Included are indi- J y ||| at . vidual pattern hats / $18.50 Hats will be sold $12.34 French Room / at .. . — — -• . _ creations from fa * $20.00 Hats will be sold $13.34 mous designers, and at includes every new $25.00 Hats will be sold £1 ££7 hat received during at *** * the past few days. M $30.00 Hats will be sold * S2O 00 Original price tickets at * V * on every hat Make $35.00 Hats will be sold £O7 QJ. y° ur selection and at then deduct one s4o.oo Hats will be sold $26.67 1 third. 1 I This great event is eagerly awaited by hundreds of women each sea , son, and this year our overflowing stock makes it a greater event than ever before. Come early tomorrow! Doors open at 9 ami. Many extra • saleswomen in attendance to insure every one prompt attention* will be at home Saturday at their residence on S street. The Women’s International Ijeague for Feace and Freedom will give a reception April 30 in the Hall of Na ! tions. Washington Hotel, in honor of the foreign and national delegates t« the 4tli international congress and representatives of embassies. Col, and Atrs. W. W Overton will A Special Offer A Beautiful Picture AJNDERYVDOD S Ts "UNDERSTOOD s^" entertain at dinner tonight In com pliment so Mrs. Martha Shields of Kansas City, who Is the house guest of Col. and Mrs. J. A. Baer at Wash ington barracks. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Reid Yates will be at home tomorrow afternoon from 4 to 7 o’clock at their residence, at the southwest corner of 18th and R streets northwest. Assisting Mrs. Yales will be Mme. Wroblewska, Countess Rosen, Mrs, William Barrett Uidgley. Mrs. Lindsay Russell and Mrs. George Oakley Tot ten. jr. Mr. and Mrs. Yates will be at home April 30, that day marking their wed ding anniversary. Air. Henrik Ameln of Lite Norwegian parliament, will return to New Y’ork today, after spending a short time at Wardman i’ark Hotel. He will sail from New Y’ork Saturday for Bergen, Nor way. “America” Greeted by Distinguished Company. The meeting of a large share of society*, official and resident, took place last night in Foil’s Theater, when boxes and seats were filled with (Continued on Ninth Fagc.) I CLUES and RECLUSE Clues have been tnu»<l to mysterious recluse named f'Umml hidden away on Floor Two. 1304 G St., but the mys tery goes on mystifying lovers of MYSTERY CAKE lleliyered. $1220. I TheMadriUon^r^S I.UM «; St. N.W. kaplowitzT BROS., INC. 721 NINTH STREET, N. W. j sporLsuits j HAND TAILORED * $25 to $45 KAPLOWITZ DISTINCTION AND QUALITY _« _ k Easy, Safe Way to Remove Hair Thousands of dainty women j - i consider E>el-a-tono an Indiapen- | sable beauty aid. Always quick, j I | safe and satisfactory. Just apply in smooth paste, wash off, and find your skin smooth and dainty. ! This reliable, scientific prepara- | ; tion has been in general use for I 14 years. Mode by The Sheffield • ! Co.. 536 Lake Shore Drive, Chi- ! ! cago. At drug and department j stores or sent prepaid in plain wrapper for one dollar. DEL-A-TONE Removes Superfluous Hair —A d vertisemen t. 3i*^r"3Bi=ss^Bisa3BLss=lHg— —inr«—i ©bilinsborn <ZJ> 608 to 614 A ELEVENTH ST. of Courtesy ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■—'■■■ ■ ■ '■■■■ ■— " 11 jij j ; ' * . 92S I(\ ' $45 U ■««:> Mrti— 4L —l I M ■ i „r Tke Unusual □ Two Selective Assortments of Is Being Offered, in These n Sports Suits T w " S ■ / -Both Are Under-pnced I $ 25 . n j H 5 ■*N I Os course materials are common property — but tbe taste of designs •] and the skill of workmanship are outstandingly excellent in these Suits— and put them in a class of their own. Smart checks, hair lines, mannish mixtures— cleverly cut, and ex pertly made—and trimmed with high-grade consistency. The prevailing colors are available— Box and Boyish types —ex- -3 pressed on new lines—making them distinctly special. Third Floor. i 1 i’ " 1 "T , i" ,, g , Ti y»~.■ j.'jn ■''■■■' ' ,T ~ ,r -■ iT u .. ■— A Footwear Sensation 1900 Pairs-Represented in 49 New Styles E3 Low Sk oes I All because it hasn’t been a seasonable season—resulting in | our having too much stock —a condition we are going to overcome— -1 by giving you such an unusual chance. ■ All are new-styles—-Strap, Oxfords, Sandals. £jgi ißso H Bamboo Suede Brown Suede Orange Suede ■ The sale begins tomorrow 1 and a most attractive variety of our better Shoes are being offered for your choice. They are styles most in vogue—in grades with us that are far in excess of the re duced price—the difference being your actual saving. 3 All sizes in each style. StrMt Tloop—Hortb Section SOCIETY.