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Miss Lodge Is Guest
At Home of Senator
During Brief Season
Granddaughter of Bay State
, Member Is on Spring Visit
to Washington.
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge has
with him for a portion of the spring
his granddaughter, Mias Helena
Lodge, who was presented to society
in Washington last season. Miss
Lodge’s mother, Mrs. George Cabot
Lodge, has given up the house at
1324 18th street, which she occupied
» for the midwinter, and is now in New
York. Mrs. Ix>dge will go to her home
' in Massachusetts the end of this
week to remain through the summer.
Mrs. Peter Norbeck. wife of Senator
Norbeck of South Dakotfi. had as
•pedal guests Friday, at the Con
gressional Club. Mrs. Gifford of Ala
bama and Mrs. Marjorette Ball Dick
son of South Dakota, both guests
being here to attend the Pen Women’s
. convention.
Mrs. Thaddeus C. Sweet, wifo of
Representative Sweet, who spent the
winter here with the representative,
has left Washington for her home at
Phoenix, N. Y.
Air. Josephus Daniels, former Sec
retary of the Navy, is in Washington
and will be at the Hamilton Hotel for
some days.
, Gen. and Airs. Eli A. Helmlck have
as their guest Mrs. Arthur Harper
of the Canal Zone.
Col. and Mrs. Robert M. Thompson
will close lhair house here the end
of .May and go to their summer home
at Southampton. lx>ng Island. where
at Southampton. Long Island, where Mrs.
summer. Col. Thompson will sail
from New York the first week in
June, and, after attending the Olympic
games in Paris, will return to South
ampton July 28 and join Mrs. Thomp
Mrs. Daniel W. Hand and her
daughter, Miss Agnes Hand, who have
recently returneri'to Washington from
the Philippines, arc stopping at the
, Allies Inn for a few days before tak
ing possession of the house they have
leased at 1721 I street. Col. Hand
Is now stationed at Fort Sill, Okla.
Miss Hand’s engagement was recently
announced to Hon. W. V. Caddel
Kauffeldt, royal Danish consul, in
Col. and Mrs. Henry M. Morrow are
•xpected to sal! Wednesday. May 7.
from Europe for New York, after
spending several’ months traveling in j
Europe and making the trip to Egypt.
Mrs. Johnson, wife of Col. Wait
Johnson, has returned from Gover
nors Island, where she was the guest
of Mai. and Airs. Fleet for a fortnight.
* ATr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyer, jr.. j
went to Hot Springs. Va.. Friday, and ;
will not return for ten days..
Former United Slates Ambassador
to France and Airs. Henry White are
again in their home on Crescent place
and will remain there through the
Afrs. Henry Rea of Pittsburgh came
to Washington yesterday for the
» week end and is at the Hamilton
Air. and Airs. W. Stuart Symington,
3d. who were guests of Mrs. Syming- I
ton’s parents. Senator and Airs. James
YV. Wadsworth, jr., for a few days
last week, are visiting Air. Syming
ton’s parents in Baltimore. They
wfl! go to their home at Rochester,
N. T., the end of the week.
Mrs. Joseph E. Davies will return
the middle of the week from New j
Tork, where she is spending a few
Air. and Airs. Lyman B. Kendall
are expected to return tomorrow
from New York, where they have
been for ten days.
Mr. and Airs. John N. Belt have as
their guest the latter's mother. Mrs.
William J. Starr, of Hope House,
Kastern Shore. MU.
Airs. W. Harry Brown returned -last
evening from a fortnight’s visit in
New York.
Mrs. Henry Parsons Erwin will go
to Chicago this week from St. Paul,
Minn.. where she went to attend the
* wedding last evening of Miss Doro
thy Anderson. Mrs. Erwin will re
tnrn to Washington the middle of
next week.
Mr. and Airs. W. W. Scott, recently
residing at 2025 Kalorarna road; have
returned to their home. Old Oaks.
Adako, N. C., after a visit of several
weeks to their sisters. Airs. C. B. Bryan
and Airs. Edmund Jones. 1G22 Rraauion
road. Walnut Hill, Petersburg, Va.
, Miss Alay Govin will go to Kingston.
* N. Y., tomorrow for a ten-day's visit
with Mr. and Mrs. John D. Sehoon
maker. parents of her fiance. Air.
John D. Schoonmakcr, jr.
Miss Alary G. Minnix is visiting
Airs. Paul R. Dailey in her home in
Detroit, and is being extensively en
tertained. She was the guest of
honor at luncheon followed by bridge
Thursday of Mrs. Carl Buhrer, and
Wednesday Mrs. S. S. Gould will be
hostess at luncheon followed by
bridge. Airs. Dailey has invited a
company to play mah-jong Friday
7TJ BSMSCt tM*CHSH s>*nf
DeMoll Piano Qx
Washington* AEOLIAN HALL ~ Twelfth, and G Streets
Steinway tad Weber Dno-Art Pianolas—VictroU* — Aeolum- Vocahnns
Big Values in All Departments
For years we have had an annual May Piano Sale and our patrons in the past have
always found it a worth while sale. We not only on this occasion reduce the price on
every second hand or slightly used musical instrument in our establishment to an at
tractive bargain price, but we also make a substantial reduction on all new instruments.
We also, have a number of Aeolian-made Pianos, Player-Pianos and Phonographs,
some slightly used, others new but discontinued style cases, which are in this sale at
extra special discounts.
4 Following is a general idea of what is offered
in our Annual May Sale This Year
SO Upright Pianos, priced from . . SIOO
25 Player-Pianos, priced from . .
100 Phonographs, priced from . .
2,000 Player-Piano Rolls, former prices
from $1.25 3g r
Just a Few Specials in Traded-ln Instruments
$2,100 Weber Pianola fcdby Grand. $950 Decker Bros. Upright.... $75
$1,985 Steinway Duo-Art . Huntington Upright $125
SI,OOO Weber Duo-Art _....$ 1,400 Knabe Upright $175
$1,250 Krakaner Baby Grand...... sß7s' Regent Upright $l5O
« $025 De Kalb Baby Grand $495 Autopiano $250
I - Jl
Whose engagement to Mr. Gilbert
William Barber ims Jast been an
nounced by her parents, Mr. and Mr*.
E. M. Hickman, the wedding bring an
event of June.
evening in compliment to Miss Alin
nix, and Thursday evening Mr. William
Dick will be host at dinner, later tak
ing his guests, who are asked to meet
Miss AUnnix. lo the theater.
Aliss Ruth Simon of Randolph street
northwest is in New York visiting
relatives for a short time.
Mrs. Louis Mentz of Perry place
northwest has left for Newark. N. J
for a short visit to her parents.
Mrs. Garber of Birmingham, wife
of Col. Alexander M. Garber, former
attorney general of Alabama, is visit
ing Mr. and Airs. Scott Young. Airs.
Garber, who is well known by her
pen-name of Margaret Ijouise Keenan,
is attending the sessions of the
League of American Pen Women's
Airs, William Converse Kendall,
who spent a month with her sister,
Mrs. Lawrence F. Gould of Brookland,
has left the city for Westfield, Mass.,
where she will visit her daughter and
son-in-law, Air, and Airs. Harrison
Warner, before returning to Freeport.
| Aliss Marianna McKay and Aliss |
Ruth Watson, who were guests dur- j
ing the Easter holidays of Air. and j
Airs. Charles M. Uippey of 1210 Michi
gan avenue northeast. left Friday for
their home in Caledonia. X. V.
Mrs. Henry Martin Cooper, for- I
imerly Aliss Theresa R. Smith of Wash- 1
ington. has left for Long Beach. Calif., 1
where she will join Ensign Cooper on j
his mum from southern waters.
Mrs. Cooper will visit Mr. and Airs.
Henry Bernard Cooper. Ensign Coop
er's parents, at Clarksburg. W. Va..
and Aliss Theresa M. Brick. Mrs. Coop
er’s aunt, at Kansas City, Alo., on her
way west.
Aliss Inez Atiller. president of the (
Rho Beta Chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon
National Musical Sorority of Wash
ington. will represent lo r chapter at j
the convention to be held in Minne- j
apolis, Minn., in June. The session j
will last five days and many charming 1
functions are being planned for the
entertainment of the delegates. The;
musical which is given by artist pu- j
pils from various colleges and con
servatories throughout the United I
States, is one of the most attractive j
features of the convention. Aliss Mil
ler will visit YVllowstono Park be
fore returning to Washington.
Mrs. Walter Taylor Wheatley and
Miss Katharine Dougal will be at
home on Thursdays during May at j
3259 U st. I
717 11th St—Near Palais Royal
Franklin 3683
Special Opening Offering
Free Cold Storage on All Repairing
Congress Veterans
Among Patrons of
Griffith Film Benefit
Rally to Support of Legion
Presentation of “America"
at Poll’s Tomorrow Night.
Tho most distinguished members
of tho American Legion in the Dis
trict of Columbia have rallied to the
support of the benefit performance
of “America/’ David W. Griffith's
film masterpiece, at Poll’s Theater, to
morrow night, when one-half of the
receipts will be given to the treas
ury of the District of Columbia de
partment of the American Legion.
Social Washington has been af
forded two “premier" showings of
this picture for charity, and last
Monday night, when the receipts
were donated to the disabled men at
the Walter Reed Hospital, a commit
tee headed by Mrs. James E. Wads
worth, wife of the senior senator
from New York, succeeded in filling
the house to capacity.
Gen. John J. Pershing, the most
distinguished member of the Ameri
can Legion, lias given tho perform
ance for tomorrow night his unquali
fied indorsement, since the proceeds
will enable the local American Legion
department to carry on its work on
an even more extensive scale than
heretofore. His engagements per
mitting. Gen. Pershing, who has not
been seen in public since his recent
return from Europe, will attend and
make a'brief address.
A unique feature of the American
Legion night tomorrow night at
Poll’s Theater is the fact that De
partment Commander Paul J. Alc-
Gahan of the District of Columbia
department has obtained the services
of the entire of ex-service men
in the House of Representatives who
served in the world war as patrons
for the event.
Thus a patriotic motion picture,
being shown for a patriotic society,
is being sponsored not only by the
famous leader of the American ex
peditionary forces, but by the serv
ice men sent by their fellows to the
Congress of the United States.
This group includes Representative
A. Piatt Andrew of Massachusetts.
Re presen taxi vc Robert 1,. Bacon of
New York, Representative Gordon
Browning of Tennessee, Representa
tive Alfred L Bulwinkle of North
Carolina, Representative William P.
Connery, jr, of Massachusetts, Repre
sentative Hamilton Fish, jr., of New
Y’ork, Representative Roy G. Fltz
| cerald of Ohio, Representative l/ouis
IA. Frothingham of Massachusetts,
Representative Ernest W. Gibson of
j Vermont. Representative Carl Hayden
) of Arizona, Representative Harry B.
j Hawes of Missouri. Representative
i Lister Hill of Alabama, Hepresenla
j live John Philip Hill of Maryland,
■ Representative Humphreys of Alissis-
I sippi. Representative Lamar Jeffers
I of Alabama. Representative Royal C.
! Johnson of South Dakota, Representa
tive Albert Johnson of Washington,
Representative Marvin Jones of Texas.
Representative Fiorella 11. LaGuardia
of New Y’ork, Representative Walter
F. Linebergcr of California. Keprc
| doming Cafc\
Main Floor. The Wyoming Apt.
Columbia, Road at California. St.
Thursday, May 1 |
i ; Our
May Day Dinner
Make a note to attend ** /\/v
this special occasion.
Dinner {* served Daily and .Sunday
\From 6to 7:30 /
Telephone North 2841
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Al
bers, who last week announced her
engagement to Mr. Jo«eph Simms Ear
man of Went Palm Beach, Fla.
sentatlve James M. Magee of Pitts
burgh. Representative John J. Me-
Swain of South Carolina, Representa
tive Clarence J. McLeod of Michigan.
Representative John McSweeney of
Ohio, Representative Jacob L. Mil-
Ilgan of Missouri Representative
Ogden L. Mills of New York. Repre
sentative Patrick B. O’Sullivan of
Connecticut. Representative Hubert
H. Peavey of Wisconsin. Representa
tive John E. Rankin of Mississippi.
Representative B. Carroll Reece of
Tennessee. Representative John Jacob
Rogers of Massachusetts, Representa
tive John O. Schafer of Wisconsin.
Representative Robert G. Simmons of
Nebraska, Representative John *7.
Speaks of Ohio. Representative Philip
D. Swing of California, Representa
tive Millard E. Tydings of Maryland.
Representative Bird J. Vincent of
Michigan. Representative Laurence IL
Watres of Pennsylvania, Representa
tive George A. Welsh of Pennsyl
vania. Representative Roy O. Wood
ruff of Michigan and Representative
J. Mayhew Wainwright of New York.
The former service men in the
Senate who served in the world war
are Senator Alva B. Adams of
Colorado, Senator Smith W. P.rook
hart of lowa. Senator Robert B.
Howell of Nebraska, Senator Davis
Elkins of West Virginia and Senator
David Aiken Reed of Pennsylvania.
There have been no special tickets
Issued for the American Legion night
tomorrow, the sale being conducted
from the tlK'.ilir t.o\ nftire.
Oct Acquainted With the
School of
And SAVE MONEY by making your
I will advi.x** you a.** to tho
selection of materials and pattern* and
assist you from cutting to finishing
I'se any make pattern you desire, ♦; j
JesMins. %:>. Day and evening classes.
Mrs. A. M. Hildebrand
j Formerly with Woodward A Lothrop
Rooms 507-508 Kresge Bldg.
Ilth &Ci Sts. N.W. Main 5984
; ■ ■ 1
I " '
Suits ~ Silk and
i specially mS Chiffon
priced Hosiery
II $29* 50 1214 FSt $ 2 °°
j # I
Definite Money-Savingj
Opportunities in High- j
Type Coats, Suits
1 and Dresses
i * •
Womens and Misses * j
T will
Smartly tailored, fine quality jj
twills, right weight for Spring. t
— Cape-Back Coats
— Cape-Sleeve Coats
—Straightline Coats
Exclusive fashion touches that
mark them as distinctive jj
pleated or tucked collars and jj
cuffs scarf collars trims of J
contrasting fabrics, braid, but- |i
tons. Guaranteed crepe linings. I,
Castor, Navy, Black
Graystone, Tans
Other Coats, $25 to $65
1 New French Hand- .
Beaded, Handmade
Crepe Frocks (4MMV'
For Afternoon, Dinner and fflfi jj
Elaborate Evening AMl&m \flj I
Functions ‘
1! These Dresses Were Imported jj
to Retail at $55.00 to $65.00 fcpE ji
i Rare examples of French art at its till j 1:1
j best. In these lovely colorings: lE!ft'XjRM
|i White, black, yellow, Lanvin green, (»$:
coral, powder blue. Sizes 16 to 44.. Jtuflprv
$39.5° —®— * :
j Other Frocks, $25 to. $95 s^*' ,
Chevy Chase Mothers
Will Meet Tuesday
The mothers’ section of the Chevy
Chase School and Home Association will
hold the last meeting of the season
Tuesday at 3 :15 p m. pt the E. V. Brown
School. After the business meeting Mrs.
James Alburtis will give an illustrated
talk on “Springtime In Washington”
and Miss Anna Patterson will sing a
group of spring songs. There will be ,
tea and a social hour after the meeting.
Women’s Army and Navy
League Plans Program
Plans are being completed for the
annual ball lo be given by the Wom
en's Army and Navy League at the
navy yard. May 15. Mrs. E. A. Lis
combe is chairman of the arrange
ments committee and will be assisted
by Mrs. John A. Lejeune, Mrs. Albert
M. Mills and Mrs. Frank Hutchison.
Mrs. O. M. Lisak Is bail treasurer.
Vaudeville Program Given
For Boy Scouts' Benefit
A vaudeville show and farce
comedy, “Tony’s Barber Shop," was
given In the parish hall of All Saints’
Church Wednesday night for the
benefit of the Boy Scouts.
A packed house greeted the per
formance. Dr. Eslin was chairman of
the committee which arranged the
Said to be the most valuable Easi
er egg in the world, and probably the
only one that has been insured, a
chocolate egg. about the size of a
football, was ordered as a surprise
for his wife by a wealthy South
American who has been staying in
London. The making of it was en
trusted to the head chef of a well
known London hotel. Inside the egg
was placed about J 35,000 worth of
jewels, including some beautiful un
set Brazilian diamonds.
I Importer of Millinery
j 1313 Connecticut
S Ave N.W.
Shotting of Exclusive
Millinery. Original
J Models from our own
J work rooms and
charming Models in
the Newest Creations
from the Millinery
Fashion Centers from
Abroad, which have i
recently arrived.
sl2, sls, $lB
Massachusetts Alumnae
Holds Annual Banquet
The District of Columbia Alumnae
of the Massachusetts Agricultural
College held their annual post-Easter
banquet at the Garden House of the
Grace Dodge Hotel Thursday.
804 Seventh St. N.W. \<F r
fA Gorgeous Array
600 Late Spring Hats
Arranged in Two Groups
- $2-75 and s4*4o
a At these prices one can afford to buy another
hat, as they are really splendid in style and value.
All the newest fabrics and shapes. Colors —All
white, sand, gray, orchid, black, wood, copen. SEE
Hemstitching WY Pictorial
| tu “ de O** first? I
MI Work 1219*1221 G Street N.W Elite Style p
11 Guaranteed Store Hours—9 to 6 Patterns (p
I A Special Sale of I
I 8,000 Yards Cotton Dress Goods I
I That Sell Regularly at 58c, 69c and 75c Yd. -■
! Regardless of the fact that some of these 5
new fabrics have been in stock only a few days, fa
they will go on sale at this Special Price. Space B ||
does not permit th 6 detailing of color assort- H
inent. but you will find a complete range of J §
: smart and up-to-date patterns to choose from, M
such as— a
40-inch Swiss Dot Voiles—Fourteen 32-inch Scotch Zephyr Ginghams —Very P
3 rolors and black, with the popular white fine grade, shown in a variety of neat P
dot that is washable. checks P
, 4 ®-“ ch Printed Voile. 36-inch Check end PUid Poirette and S
S Eighteen colors to choose from—abso- y wu • uuu wreuc ig
§5 lutelv fast color. Serge— la pieces of the wanted tan and P
| Marvels, the transparent tissue Gingham. 45-inch Imported Swiss Organdy—A i
{3 Lhoosc Irom a variety of light and dark . , . , , „ , . m
jS co i ors ' variety ot colors ; also all white. fa
|| 38-inch Imported Plaid Ratine—Light 36-inch Swiss Batiste—Light colors M
g and dark backgrounds, and white. Is
Silks! Silks! Silks! I
| 36-Inch Thistle Crepe 36-Inch New Tub Silks
Fine, crcpy weave that is so £ A ven- fine quality, light a,** r\o «
B much in demand for spring | *UU backgrounds with neat colored S T MX P
tg 1 and summer dresses; light and T ■ ___ checks; strictly washable. w I SS
a dark colors; also black. Yard. * Yard * " p
| 39-Inch Heavy Canton Crepe 40-Inch Crepe de Chine
gs The firm, crepy silk and aa Extra quality. Fine, pure dve - g
5S wool quality. Choose from a crepe, shown in a complete J | MX g
g* complete color range, also black range of colors, including black I v Bg
s<; and white. Yard and w hite. Yard...
$5.00 for Six Lessons in Our Dressmaking Class i
® Let us help you make your spring clothes, also assist in selecting your materials, I
m trimmings, etc. Special classes from sto 6 p.m. daily for office employes. |
lOur Downstairs Store Again Features the
Sale of Silk Dresses!
Big response on Friday to our initial announcement means that |
S these wonderful values are appreciated by women who know smart |
I style and real quality. Again on Monday at — y
s Beautiful Can- AT kn T T I
—. the better. These dresses &
a ton Grep eS , are of a most distinctive, I
I LIIStrOUS Satins, high class type, beauti-
I Fine Georgettes, zg|Hl fully fashioned* in the I pi
m Filmy Laces that smartest Spring models p
were made to sell of the finest quality silks. I
I at much higher » “for r
| Price Jixcep misse. end women, from i.
I Sale of Novelty Pumps I
& All up-to-the-minute Footwear, including k
| * many famous Brooklyn Made Turns. /% par |
There ere Evening Slippers, Satin Pomps. New- P
i* V eßt Spring Oxfords, in tan calf, gonnetal and JJy J jg
ttj s/ patent leather. Plenty of Colonial and Strap • K
| £ y Pumps in patent, vici kid, tan calf, tan kid and / . Pr. I
* un metal • Low, Cuban and Spanish heels. All > g
J \| sizes in the combined lot. w -
I Downstairs Store
lowa State Society
Will Hold Reception
The lowa State Society will bold a
reception and dance May 1 at Kausch
er's, when the guests will be received :
by the members of the lowa congres
sional delegation, and the president
of the society, Mr. W. O. laidd.
A Special Offer
A Beautiful Picture

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