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SOCIETY Col. John C. Coolidge, the President’s Father, and Mr. and Mrs. Stearns at the White House. THE President and Mrs. Cool idge have with them at the AVhile House Col. John C. Coolidge, the President's fa ther, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Stearns of Boston. The Secretary of State, Mr. Hughes, ■who returned to Washington this morning with the President and Mrs. Coolidge. will leave again tomorrow morning, going to New York prepar atory to sailing later in the day for England. Mrs. Hughes and her daughter. Miss Elizabeth Hughes, left Wash ington this morning tor New Jersey, where they will join Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey i-oekwood Waddell at Som erville, where they have a home and where Miss Hughes will remain with her sister until the return of her parents. Mrs. Hughes will meet the Secre tary in New York tomorrow and they will sail from there for England. The Secretary of War, Mr. Weeks, who accompanied the Presidents party to New England, has joined Mr° w-.'ks at tneir summer home. Mount Prospect. N. H., to pass a few days. Ha is expected to return to Washington the latter part of next week. The Postmaster General and Mrs. Harry New, who returned to Wash ington this morning with the Presi dent's party, will remain here tor some tune and have as yet made no definite plans tor the midsummer. The Secretary of the Navy and Mrs. Curtis Liwight Wilbur and their children will leave Washington by motor at the end of the month for Philadelphia, to visit the Secretary's •il'por. Aire. I'. M. Paint, for a short lime. 'i he Secretary will return to Washington from Philadelphia. Mrs. Wilbur and the children motoring on to New Hampshire for the month of August. The Secretary will join his lamily for week end \isits during the month. The Secretary and Mrs. Wilbur re turned to Washington this morning from Vermont, wnere they accom panied the President and Mrs. Cool idge. The Secretary of Labor and Mrs. James .). Davis returned lo Washing ton this morning, alter atteding the luneral ceremonies in Northampton and at Plymouth. Vt„ lor the son of I he President and Mrs. Coolidge. They are both leaving Washington this ■■-,ternoon, the Secretary to go to V*. eland to deliver an address and Mr% Davis direct to Mooseheart. 111., their home, where the Secretary will join ho after leaving Cleveland. Mrs. Davis fir. t planned to leave the party at New York and continue to Illinois. Ja|»an?rr lliuoj to Paeillc Coast Palling dnl . is. The ambassador of Japan, Mr. Ala aanao llanihara, is leaving Washing ton today lor the Pacific coast, and will sail July is on the Korea Maru for his home in Japan, where he will join Mme. Hanihara. who iias been there since the early spring. The minister from Costa Rica en tertained informally at luncheon yes terday at the New Willard. The charge d'affaires of Belgium, Mr. Raoul Tiimojit, will sail from New York August 2. on toe Beigenland, for his home in Belgium. Mme. Timont will re main in Washington for several weeks after his departnie, iater sailing to join him. They wiii return together in De cember. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale Mc- Lean left ibis morning for their sum mer home at Bar Harbor, -Me., to join their children. Edward B. Mc- Lean. jr.; John K. McLean and Emily McLean, who have been there for a few days. Admiral and Mrs. Theodore F. Jew ell have left Washington and will spend the summer at the Bay Voy age Hotel, Jamestown. H. I. Com mander Jewell will join his parents in the latter part of the month. The assistant attorney general and Mrs. Augustus T. Seymour will leave Washington the first week in August to spend a few weeks in their sum mer home near Columbus, Ohio. Mr. James Seymour and Mr. Augus tus T. Seymour, jr.. sons of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour, <svho are touring in France, w ill return to this country in September. Assistant Secretary of Commerce .1. Walter Drake will return lo Wash ington the first of next week after passing a fortnight with Mrs. Drake and their children at Lake Angela, Pontiac. Mich., where they have a cottage for the summer season. Mr. and Mrs. \Villiam Stuart R'ey burn, who have been touring Europe, are now in Spain, where they are guests of the second secretary of the Spanish embassy. Senor Don Mariano de Amoedo y Galarmendi, at his home at San Sabastian. Mrs. B. B. Thompson will entertain a party of eight at o.nner tonight at Paradis. Judge and Mrs. J. T. Newton and I OPEN SATURDAY § I UNTIL 3 PM. [ I Saturday Special I $5 and $5.95 I Sport J Leghorn Hats I if $2.98 I Excellent assortment of H small and large brimmed I Quality Leghorn Hats, in the I season's most favored styles. I Special for Saturday only. I $2.98. New Arrival of Chic White Felt Hats I $2.98, $3.98 to $5.95 Advance Showing of New Satin Hats at 55.00 and fS.9S. CREERON Millinery Co. 614 12th St. N.W. Batween F ft 0 Around the Comer from High Prices SOCIETY. Miss Helen Newton have gone to New’ fork and sail from there tomorrow for England, where they will be guests of Sir Croydon and Lady Marks. Commander W. F. Newton will leave Washington Sunday for Newport, to silts. RAYMOND J. BAKER. \«w of New York, and formerly Miss Beatrice Evelyn Wilson, daughter of Capt. IV. H. W iI-on of this city. join the staff of the commander of the light cruiser squadron on the flagship Richmond. Miss Gertrude Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guslis Russell Perry, whose marriage to Lieut. Wilson Burns Trundle. U. S. M. C., will take place July lj, was the honor guest at luncheon Wednesday of Miss Ellen Stuart, daughter Vs Mrs. W. S. Stuart The guests included Mrs. Friedman, sister of the bride: Mrs. Kenneth Lee Coontz, Miss Isabella Leith, Miss Elizabeth Price, Miss Virginia Pottle, iniiHTO ; rm GOWNS nJ)rESI3II) HATS w ♦ 9 G ST, N.WA^ STHE FRIENDLY SHOP ATURDAY PECIALS In order that we might render a SPECIAL SERV ICE WE HAVE ARRANGED THESE SUPER-SPE CIALS BELOW TO MAKE IT WORTH YOUR WHILE TO MAKE A SPECIAL TRIP DOWNTOWN. ON SALE UNTIL 3 P.M. CLOSING TIME 15 Black Silk Capes • Formerly $19.95 _ _ ————— go cj” SALE O* CoalS p ™ctic«i Sports Coats. In moiro or brocade: all lined with near silk. LfrCSSCS Ail h*”* 1 *: all sizes. Jacquetles Tu « and browns. 76 Beautiful Summer Sui,s P “" “ a -piI^PASSES tur Scarfs ® mi -u u| i large. Formerly $10.95 to $19.95 SY-95 Choice, Each 40 Beautiful French Voile and Linen Dresses. some handmade and hand drawn; all styles including lace trim med. 15 Printed Crepe de Chines in light and dark effects; tub silks, blazer , , _ ~ stripes and plain colors with V necks lO 1 ttllored and peggy collars. SUITS Formerly $19.95 to $29.50 43 Sport Dresses q- Formerly $19.95 to $29.50 jR"I 0.95 Neat checks and stripes; plain blue included. ' Novelty silks, crepes and in fancy roshanara. white, canary. rose and powder blue. k 15 Tailored 25 Handmade Imported SUITS LINEN DRESSES Formerly $35 to $59.50 Formerly Priced $12.95 to $19.95 dh*| A Q(? $5.95 *l4- V/ High colon: crepe lined; navy blue All colon, including white. aßd tmn# included. ✓ ■lO Flowered j Separate 00 FROCKS ■ 1 Formerly $24.95 to $39.50 10 Worsted 50.49 dfcl A QP Bathing Suits £ Were * 235 ’ Mrny beautiful colorings. tS Princess Slips $1 .79 ( Shadowproof ) | - Were $1.95, . 20 Sets Voile Under- jt-T 4 All-Silk wear. Shirts and | TUXEDO SWEATERS W T * 225, 15 Sleeveless fIC Formerly $22.50 Sweaters V ■ *OO SJQ Were V- 25 ’ AU silk; Kelly green or white. * f ■ I . ■ x —eagMEft BRESLAU’S, 1309 G Si. N.W. no^Knnii ' i THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1924. Miss Ruth Coleman, Mrs. Nelson K. Lyons and Miss Elizabeth O’Neill. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gardner sailed from New York today on the White Star liner Homeric and will spend some months abroad. Col. Edward .T. Brown left Wash ington yesterday for his country place. Endless Caverns farm, near New Market. Va. Mrs. Brown will join him there later in the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin King, son-in law and daughter of Col. and Mrs. BrowVi, will leave Washington to morrow for Wisconsin to spend the summer. t Dr. nnd Mm. Stnvrly Sail j for Europe Tomorrow. Dr. and Mrs. Albert Livingston Stavely, accompanied ty Miss Haral son and Miss Elizabeth Dent, will sail from New York tomorrow to spend the rest of the summer in Europe. Mrs. Gilbert M. Hitchcock and Miss Ruth Hitchcock, wife and daughter of former Senator Hitchcock, are now at the Aspin wall Hotel in Lenox, where they will spend the remainder of the summer. Mr. Hitchcock will join them later in the month. Col. and Mrs. C. C. Carter of West Point, who are the guests of Col. and Mrs. Frederick Coleman of Bat tery Park, were entertained at din- ner Saturday by Gen. and Mrs, M. C.' Andrews. Col. and Mrs. Horace C. Barnes entertained at tea yesterday at the Brighton In compliment to Col. and Mrs. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. William Gibbs McAdoo and their two daughters will sail from New Yotk Saturday on the Bcrengaria to spend the remainder of the summer in Europe. Dr. Marjory S. Stuart will sail from New York tomorrow on the Homeric, expecting to tour the continent and spend some weeks abroad. Col. and Mrs. Frederick Colemaa of Edgemoor entertained at dinner Sunday evening in honor of their guests, Col. and Mrs. C. S. Carter cf West Point. Among the other guests were Col. and Airs. Mettler, Capt. and Mrs. Horton. Lieut. Com mander and Mrs. Fisher, Gen. and Mrs. H. C. Marshall, jr.. and Mrs. Coleman, sr. Among the girls who will make their dehut at the first bachelors’ cotillon in Baltimore in December are Miss Zoe R. Carey and Miss Constance MacG. Carey, daughters of Mr. George G. Carey of Walnut Hall, Ulverwood, Md. Airs. Charles Hepburn of Phila delphia is occupying for the summer her bungalow on the edge of the cliff in Stony Man Camp, where she has as her house guests for the sea son Airs. Perry and Aliss Temple I’errv of Washington. Maj. and Airs. Xenophon H. Price, who sailed for Europe in Alay, are now in Paris. They are accompanied by the latter's mother, Mrs. Charles C. Alilburn. Alaj. Price Is a member of the American battle monument commission, of which Gen. Pershing is chairman. Later Mrs. Alilburn and Mrs. Price will tour Switzerland, while Maj. Price attends to work of the commission. \ Mr. William A. Bride of Edgemoor, Md.. will sail tomorrow on the Beren garia to attend the meeting in Lon don of the bar association. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mathews Dick will close their apartment on 16th street August 1 and go to northern New Hampshire, where they will be the guests of the former’s parents. Mr. and Airs. A. B. Dick, at their camp. Mr. Plitt Says: — ) on can make or war the appearance of the home by the way you paint it or have the paperhanging done. IVe arc not simply here to execute our customers’ orders, but to adz'ise them what our experience tells us will j prove most effective. Painting The kind that Paperhanging neans satisfaction I Upholstering and lasting service Our lludio Department In Ready to Supply You GEORGE PLITT CO., Inc. Painting, Paperhanging and Upholstering 1325 14th St. N.W. Main 4224 % THE FAMILY SHOE STORE | Open Until 6 P.M. | Saturday s P scials! II | Hosiery x '.if I I v I j For 1 Women I | I •-* T', *i I |j Children | || For Women— || Regular $2.00 and $2.50 Perfect £•* ah. J Silk Hose, SPECIAL pair * M I (3 Pairs , $3.85) | ■ Colors include peach, nude, fawn, beige, tile, gray, black and white. Also a few white with black clox and lace effects in black and white. S® : Hosiery For Children || Children’s 50c Sox with con- Q $ % trasting color tops. Pair I | | Child ren s Shoes J I Extra fine quality. | 2—5 85c to $2.25 combination. High and H s—B $1.50 to $3.00 low cuts. \\ l A —2 $1.75 to $4.00 fully durable and are . . the most popular num- H Play Oxfords ber we sell. They have 1 In tan,, smoked elk and Krome " flexi * | || „ combination also. Moc- ble sole ‘ - .. . || I casin Oxford*. ‘ i | Syi —B $1.50 to $3.00 , | || £ Ss;JJ $4.00 and $4.50 || || For the Great Outdoors—Boys’ Field Day || Sizes 11 to 6 .$2.50 || I KEDS I || For Boys and Girls The Genuine U. S. Keds, .high or low styles—white and brown—strap pumps— • SI.OO to $2.50 1 Champion Tennis Shoes, SI.OO to $3.00 | -Family Shoe Store | Over SO Years of Satisfactory Service || | 310-312 Seventh Sf. N.W. | Westmoreland. They will return to Washington early In September. Mrs. Dick will leave next week for a few days' shopping in New York. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Francis of New -York, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Dick, who have been their guests for a few days, left last evening for Memphis, Term., where they will make their future home. Miss Elizabeth Jobe has returned to Washington after visiting in North and South Carolina, having been absent from the city about six weeks. President District Voters At Stony Man Camp. Mr. and Airs. George A. Ricker of Washington arc at Stony Man Camp, where they are established in Fur nace Spring bungalow. Mrs. Ricker is president of the District League of Women Voters. Mrs.. Ellen Spencer Mussey is in Philadelphia attending the meetings of the American Bar Association and the Women’s National Association of Lawyers. Later she goes to New port. R. 1., to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James G. Wentz. Mrs. Mus sey's daughter, Aliss Dela Mussey, is spending the summer in France at the art school at Fontainbleau. Air. and Airs. L. L. Townsend, who have been spending several weeks at Chesapeake Beach, have returned to their home in Wilson’s lane, Battery I’ark. Mr. Edward T. Hills of Baltimore is spending the week at the Hamil ton Hotel. He is accompanied by Donaldson Kelly of Baltimore. Those making reservations for the luncheon sponsored by the commit tee on citizenship of the civic sec tion of the Women’s City Club, 22 Jackson place, to he given tomor row at 1 o’clock are Airs. Laura A. Bradley, Airs. Ida K. Kebler, Miss May D. Lightfoot, Mrs. Alary C. D. Johnson, Aliss M. Ewing, Airs. Mary E. O. Dasheill, Aliss Alarle Steiner, Miss Tillie Steiner, Aliss Beryl In gram and Mrs. C. T. Willison. Air. Oran T. Moore, chief of naturalization examiners. Department of Labor, guest of honor and speaker, will have for his subject. “Citizenship—lts Human Interest Angle.” Mrs. Lyman B. Swnrmstedt will preside. DAVIS-BRYAN CLUB IN D. C. Temporary Organization Effected at Meeting Held Today. The first ’’Davis-Bryan for President Club" to be oiganized in the District was formed today at a meeting of Democrats in the office of Senator Jones of New Mexico. Temporary officers were chosen and a meeting called for Monday night at 8 o’clock In the gray room, Raleigh Hole', when permanent offices will be elected and plans outlined to enroll all Demo crats*in the District. Conrad H. Syme, corporation counsel of the District during the Wilson admin istration. was chosen temporary chair man ; C. B. McCuilar, secretary, and Michael J Dane, chairman of the com n.ittee in charge of the meeting to be he’d Monday night. Others of the com mittee are Harold R. Stephenson. George R. Martin, J, Ashby Mason. W. K. Swearingen. Kred O. Roth, Mrs. John D. Steele and Mrs. Claes Dickson-Halien crentz. A telegram was sent John W. Davis pledging the co-operation of the organi zation. Enemy of Oysters. The enemy of the oyster is the sea star, which Is always found abundantly In and about oyster banks, says Nature Magazine. -With the aid of Its tiny, cup-shaped bucking feet and its flexible arms the starfish encircles the oyster, clam or mussel and presses its tooth less mouth upon the Joints of the closed shell. KAPLOWITZ BROS.. INC T2\ NINTH STREET. N. W. COOL AND DRESSY SILK GOWNS $19.50 A VERY LOW PRICE FOR BEAUTIFUL PRINTS OF A QUALITY POUND ONLY IN DRESSES SELLING FOR *55 AND *45. THIS IS A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF A LARGE QUANTITY, ENABLING US TO OFFER SUCH REMARKABLE VALUES. TYPICAL KAPLOWITZ STYLE AND QUALITY. WOMENS AND MISS ES SIZES. STUDEBAKER Just Drive It; That's All Polished Floors of Hard Wood Reqnntii for estimate* on reflnisfaing old floors or lay ing new onea have prompt attention without obligation. Telephcme North 65:,1. J. M. ADAMS 1503 Connecticut Ave, = i==IBIZIZ=IBI ■■■■?■ IBL====~ STORE CLOSES 2 O’CLOCK SATURDAYS BIG SHOE SELLING 1 E Every Shoe in the House Is Reduced r All Foot Forms 7 p All Corrective Shoes Reduced 10% the Clearance also embraces BROKEN LINES of Women’s Strap Pumps and Oxfords, in Black. 3 Brown and most of the prevailing shades. Formerly Up To $13.00 Sale Price, $6.35 I *| [*Q/ OH all Children's and Misses’ Strap Pumps, J 10/0 Oxfords and Corrective Shoes. i _ 10% Off All Men’s Shoes Including Stacy-Adams Famous Footwear. • C- : 'W u J EDMONSTON & CO. [ “| ITT A P Advisers and Authorities on \\, r iJITCCI All Foot Troubles 1= ANDREW BETZ, Manager ‘ r—ißl—g-iBIT-rrrJßi——E:t; , ißEr: —iBF^IBF^* . 0 J^^WkSDeT 0 j) A quality product per bottle |U J from the House of H «aa Anheuser-Busch St. Louis the case from your Anheuser-Busch Branch Distributors Washington, D. C. G »-” Marriage Licenses. Marriage lii-fii*?* liuve been i*«ued 10 the following: Howard Alley and Virginia Hickman Ilobert A. Snook and Kfhel Dcauell. A»*hb.r W. Hart of Smile*. V«„ and Izorah Snell of fredeilck Spring. Va. Calloway Brown of Cartwright, Ky., and Carrie Davin of thin city. William A. Hastings snd Mabel M. Wat kin*. Atifiiatna Brown and Lucy H. Jnckaon. Weldon T. Ryder of Orange, Va , and Grace L, Sonthard. Montpelier, Va. J. Bradford Vaden and Panlii e A. Blake, both of Richmond, Va. Henry Carter and Addle Ward. Harry K. Dorsey and Alma U, Smith, both of Baltimore, Md. Max Stein and Fanny Goldener. Willie Boy and Kate A. Hiley, both of Rec tortowu, Va. mtmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmm ♦5 U ! it I.*. | Open All Day Saturday ll 55 —for the Convenience of our Customers 5t U ♦♦ 55 ♦♦ 5* ♦♦ ♦♦ Our employes willingly accept* a week's vacation 5^ ♦♦ in lieu of Saturday closing, that there may he no inter- 55 ruption to Sigmund Service. 5^ n ♦♦ H The Store Where Prices H ♦♦ ii ++ ♦♦ ♦i Are Always Lowest H ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ By means of our cash-buying and cash- XX 44 selling policy, you are assured impressive sav- 55 55 ings always for superior values in — 55 44 ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ 55 Silk Dresses Sweaters 5 ♦ Wash Dresses Hosiery 5♦ 55 Skirts Underwear XX ♦5 Waists Luggage 5 ♦ 55 Shoes Toilet Articles XX 55 Novelties Kiddies’ Clothes XX 44 ♦♦ 44 ♦♦ ♦5 Everything for the Feminine Wardrobe 55 XX ♦♦ immxmtuuinutiutiiUiiiiixtttttttxiiitiV. SOCIETY. Makes Quick Change. The Cecropia mo’h conies Into the world a sorry looking object, its wings wet and cnimp'cd and its body furry and disheveled, says Nature Maga zine. In a few minutes, however, a wonderful transformation takes place. The wings soon spread and dry, the antennae stretch out, the body be comes fluffy. and a beautiful creature stands poised, ready for flight. vzazimszzz&mizzsszat&zzmm DURANT “Just a Real Good Car” i'MM// y 777?/W/WS///SSS////WSSSS///W.