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SOCIETY President and Mrs. Coolidge Will Be Joined This Evening By l Mrs. Stearns. THE President and Mrs. Coo lidg© will have as their guest Mrs. Prank W. Stearns, who will arrive this evening from her home in Boston. The Ambassador of Chile and Senora de Mathieu spent yesterday tramping in the White Mountains, and walked from Brctton Woods to Upper Amonoosuc Lake. They left Bretton Woods early this morning to motor to New York. Minister and Senora dr Alfaro Start for Panama. The Minister of Panama and Senora de Alfaro are leaving today for New York and will sail tomorrow on the MISS HKLE\ CAMPBEI.I., Han joined her parents, former Representative and Mrs. Phillip Pitt Camp bell. after visiting Mr. and Mrs, Joseph I. Weller in their country home at Charlottesville, Va. Santa Ana for their home in Panama where they will spend a leave of ab sence. The Minister of the Serbs. Croats, and Slovenes. Dr. Ante Tresich Pa vichich, returned to Washington yes terday after passing a short time in New York. The Minister of Bolivia and Senora do Jamies Freyre are today cele brating the anniversary of Bolivian independence, but are having no formal entertainment. The flag of Bolivia is flying over the legation in honor of the occassion and the mem bers of the legation staff are having a holiday. Senator and Mrs. David A. Reed and their daughter. Miss Rosalind Heed, sailed yesterday for New York on the Leviathan and are expected to arrive the first of next week. The military attache of the French embassy, Gen. George A. L. Dumont, returned to Washington last evening from New York, accompanied by Mme. Dumont and their son and daughter, M. Roger Dumont and Mile. .Maud Dumont, who arrived the first of the week from their home in France. Gem Dumont and his family will leave Washington Sunday for a six-week absence from the city. They will first go to Niagara Falls before starting on a tour of the West, Mile. Marthe Dumont and Mile. Paulc Dumont, daughters of Gen. and Mme. Dumont, who are now touring rZIRKI?Ts!| V Summer Sale < ► I FURS i; At the lowest prices in many years ! ► 4 Special Values for 4 f . ► August Only 4 i [ Hudson Seal Coats 4 > i ' (Dyed Northern Muskrat» 4 4 * Made of durable northern 4 f y skins, 48 inches long, all . ► 4 . trimmings. 4 y 3 I $250 3 ; 4 y Black Rassian Caracal C ] ► Coats £ 4 y —perfectly matched durable 4 skins, beautiful collars and £ cuffs of Viatka squirrel. ;3 $275 ;3 4 y Initial Showing i y 3; CLOTH COATS 3; 4 Fur Trimmed 4 . 4 Hand tailored in our own i ► workrooms, trimmed with * 4 y Zirkin quality furs. _ y i Specially priced during . ► our August sale. £ ; ► $65, $75, SIOO, $l2O > ► Your inspection is cor- f 4 y dially invited. \ ► H. Zirkin & Sons, Inc. S ► Washington's Leading # ' y Furriers # J ► 821 Fourteenth Street SOCIETY. in Europe, will spend the Winter in their home In France. Commander R. A. Vago. the Argen tine naval attache, and Mme. de Vago are leaving today for Toronto, Canada, where he will attend the International Mathematical Congress aa the representative of the Centro Naval of Buenos Aires. Commander and Mme. de Vago will stop over in Niagara Palls on their way north. They expect to return about the 18th of August. The first secretary of the French embassy, M. Heilmann. has returned to Washington after passing some time with Mme. Heilmann and their daughters at Murray Bay, Canada. He spent a few clays in New York en route to Washington from Canada. The assistant military attache of the French embassy. Capt. E. Dorn bard. is expected to return tomorrow after a short absence from the city. He visited at Kingston-on-Hudson. and is now at Bar Harbor. Mrs. George Dewey has returned to Washington after passing some time at Atlantic City, and has opened her on K street. Mrs. Charles P. Taft, 2d, and her children left Narragansett Pier yes terday and joined Mr. Taft in New York, from where they will go today to Murray Bay, Canada, to spend the remainder of the season with Mr. Polished Floors of Hard Wood j We Have Specialized —in the Laying and Renovat- ; ing of Fine Hardwood Floors, for over 30 year*, and are ready to serve your needs in this line with 100% satisfac tion. ' IXsfc us lor estimates J. M. ADAMS 1503 Connecticut Ave. Phone North 6523 ———^MBaa— a*J Dinner Gowns Tailored Suits Party Frocks Cloth Coats Street Dresses Silk Wraps Summer Dresses Sports Dresses WiSPtMbsusMMp Exclusively Different TWELVE-TEN TWELVE-TWELVE F STREET 1 * THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. P. C, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 6. 1924. Taft’s parents. Chief Justice and Mrs. ■Taft. Mrs. Charles P. Taft, 3d. and her children have been with her mother, Mrs. Irving H. Chase, at Nar ragansett Pier, since the early Sum mer. Prof. Charles F. Marvin, chief of the United States Weather Bureau, and Mrs. Marvin are leaving today for To ronto, Canada, to attend the meeting of the British Association for the Ad vancement of Science. Mrs. Clem Shaver will he joined to morrow by Mr. Shaver, and will re turn with him to their home in Fair mont, W. Va. Mr. and Mr*. Shaver will give a large reception Saturday in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Davis. Rear Admiral and Mrs. Hugo Oatsr haus have arrived in Newport, and are visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Capt. and Mrs, Hugh W. Osterhaus. Former United States Ambassador to the Court of St. James. Col. George Harvey, spent the week end with Mrs. Harvey in their summer home at Heal Beach. Col. Harvey went yesterday to Bar Harbor, where he is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beale McDean in their summer home. Briar Cliff. Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt was host e®s luncheon yesterday inhervilla. the Breakers, at Newport. Mrs. Jack Rowe has gone to At lantic City to Join her daughter-in law, Mrs. Edmund Rheem. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont enter tained at lunchon yesterday in their Newport villa. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur May have gone to Lake Sunapee, N. H.. and are at the Granliden. Mrs. Slater Welles was hostess at dinner last evening at the Old Farm, at Bar Harbor. Mrs. Ernest Wilkinson, who is at Narragansett Pier for the midseason, was among the guests at a luncheon, followed by mah-jong. yesterday, given by Mrs. R, Penn Smith and Mrs. Richard D. Norris of Philadelphia, at the Carlton. Miss Smith Hostess to Visitors From the Sooth. Miss Jessica Randolph Smith enter tained at tea yesterday afternoon at the Willard for her house guest. Mrs. Herbert W. Jackson of North Caro lina, and Mrs. Marshall W. Butt, cousin of the hostess, formerly of Norfolk but now living in Washing ton. Those asked to meet them in cluded Mrs. A. W. Bagley. Miss Belle Bagley, Mrs. John H. Small, Miss Margaret Pou, Mis® Ethel Bagley. Miss Norma Burwell, Miss Winnefred De Voe and Miss Elizabeth Jobe. Maj. and Mrs. William Demmond have returned to Washington, and are now in their home at 1645 Har vard terrace. Maj. Demmond has been judge advocate at headquarters I In 19,000 homes—Frigid- I aire—electric refrigeration 9 has solved the refrig -9 era ting problem satisfao -9 tortly. In these homes— a both large and email— | there it no longer the in- I convenience of ice and ice I delivery. Food is kept 1 always in a safe, healthful h condition and the cost is ■ no more than was form- H eriy paid for ice. Frigid -9 aire will accomplish the 9 same things in your home. | Ask us about our easy pay ment plan. 17 Styla and Sites $250 np, f.tsis, Dayton, O, \ DEI.CO EIGHT CO., i G!l» E St. N.W. Franklin 715 T Also on Display at Woodward A Dofhrop il ® Frfcrldalrc® I of the Ist Corps Are* at Boston, and has recently been transferred here to the Judge Advocate General's office. Mrs. Margaret B. Brown of Brook vllle. Md., announces the engagement of her daughter Margaret Eleanor ♦** Mr. Claude Huntley Hilliard of this city. The wedding will take place In September. Miss Ada Virginia Elgin, grand daughter of the late Mr. James Wil liam Miller of Markham, Va., was married to Mr. Alfred Willi* Gearing of Baltimore, Md., Monday afternoon. The ceremony wa» performed at 1 o’clock In Bethlehem Chapel of the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul, the Rev. Freemont Hinkle of Deed Memorial Church, at Markham, Va. officiating. The bride, who was escorted by her uncle, Mr. Duke E. Triplett, wore her traveling suit of dark blue, with a hat to match and a corsage bouquet of orchids and maidenhair fern. Only members of the two families witnessed the ceremony, and Mr. and Mrs. Gearing left immediately after for a wedding trip to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Puller have returned to Washington after pass ing about six weeks in Atlantic City. Mrs. Puller will leave Washington about September 1 to make several visits in New England. She will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kauffmann at Base Rooks. Mass., and will also visit Judge and Mrs. Wilfley at Greenwich. Conn. Mr. Franklin Ellis will g*> tomor row to New York and will sail Sat urday for Europe to join Mrs. Ellis and their children, who are in, Paris. Mr. Ellis and hie family wDI return to this country the middle of October. Maj. Gen. and Mra. George Barnett are at their country home, Wakefield Manor. Va.. having returned Monday from New Hampshire, where they wofie guests of the Secretary of War and Mrs. Weeks at their estate, Mount Prospect, at Dancasler. Coi. and Mrs. Archibald Hopkins are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll Glover. Jr., at NonquitD Maas. Co), and Mrs. Clarence O. Sherrill left yesterday for Eagles Mere, Pa., to spend the month of August. Gr. and Mrs. G. Bache Gill are now cruising along the New England coast after spending a short time in New York They will atop at Halifax and "Our Recommendation u Your Protection" SEE THE “WHIRLWIND” if Electric Vacuum Cleaner jm J-TROM handle to nozzle full of im provements, and special patented £ ~ IE3M features you will appreciate. No brush to clean—no belt to break —and no dirt or dost escapes its power ful suction. Cell, pkone or write for a lEtM free Jemonslraliqn. fej Delivered to Your Home $ For a Down Payment of NATIONAL ELECTRICAL Ms SUPPLY COMPANY 1328-30 N. Y. Ave. Telephone Main 6800 JpjVjy 'Washington Psris Julius Garfinckel &Co. Extraordinary Clearance Sales FOR THURSDAY VI7E have gone through our stocks in even,' ** department and greatly reduced special selected groups of goods for immediate I clearance. These sales present the greatest values we have ever offered. THIS is a rare opportunity for Women and Misses to effect very unusual savings in the following lines: DRESSES SCARFS SUITS BAGS COATS UNDERWEAR MILLINERY CORSETS BLOUSES CORSETS SWEATERS HOSIERY SKIRTS UMBRELLAS F Street Corner of 13™ " ‘-■-■■Tii ■■ sr 1 " ; t.* - r..— ■■■■ ■■■T 1 ■ sasaaag- M. Pasternak 1219 Conn . Ave. After-Inventory Clearance Os Dresses Entire Stock Reduced! Three Wonderful Groups to Be Disposed of Regardless of Cost ! *8 *lB *2B ! Other Dresses in Satin, Crepe. Cloth and Georgette, Suitable for Street, Travel and Vacation Wear ■35 *45 * All Summer Hats, $3.50 to $9 4 ,; Formerly SID to 430 St. Johns, Newfoundland, returning to this city the middle of the month. Capt. and Mrs. Melville on a Midsummer Visit Here. Capt. and Mrs. William Melville of Dos Angeles arrived in Washington yesterday and are at the New Wil lard. Miss Frances Aker of California street left Monday morning for Bar Harbor, Me., and will return to Wash ington the 6th of September. Mrs. John. PL Cox, formerly of Mili tary road and now a resident of Bos ton. Mass., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Oeady, in their home on the Military road. Mrs. Victor E. Desio sailed today for Balboa, Canal Zone. Panama, where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Robert Moyer, for two months. Mrs. M. W. Savage and daughter Jean of Minneapolis arrived yester day at the New Willard for an in definite stay. Mr. Nelson B. Beil is spending the month of August at the Strand, At lantic City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warner Austin will bo given an “abundance shower” Saturday evening at the camp of the Deague for the Danger Dife at San Souci Beach, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Aus tin were recently married. The latter was formerly Miss Mary Butfin. Mr. Austin is one of the seven commis sioners of the league, and Mrs. Austin is secretary. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenser have been laaoed to the following: Janrt H. Groa* and Virgie M. Johnann. Panic! J. Hatton of Hartford, Conn., and Franco* E. Tidier of thin city. Berhley J. Erabrev of Mananaaa. Va., "and Virgie V. Mmhrey of Remington, Va. Mao rice E. Mangum and Mary A, Jarboe. Iraida Perry and Pearl K. Pratt. Ben K. Shelton and Ada Maaaey. Jamea F. Johnson of Morgantown, TV. Va., and Charlotte L. Ramaey of J nhnaonbarg. N. Y. Henry B Chapman and Kathrine Groaa, both of Baltimore, Md, James H Stone. Jr. and Julia B. Howard, both of Richmond, Va The famous monastery of the Grand Chartreuse has been completely de serted since the departure of the monks twenty years ago. Births Reported. The following birth* have hern reported to the Health Department in the laat 34 hours: Benjamin F. and Bertha Clauaer. boy. Charles and Mabel Berber, boy. Charles A. and Ethel R. Hepburn, boy. Charles B. and Buaie I. Branarll, boy. George and Rhoda J. Barefoot, boy. Walter E. and Florence M. Carlton, girl. Edward F. and Marie A. Clarke, boy. Eeo A. and Helen Cretty. boy.» Thomas A. and Alice Flynn, girl. Hearne. girl. Wiliiain D. and Ruby M. Heven», boy. »ade H. and Mary M. Pembroke, boy. Balthasar E and Lillian M. Reuter, boy. '“d Ethel Blmmons, girl, " 11,0 B- and Isabelle Brown, girl. George F. and Anna Hanratty. girl. Jesse E. and Lois Hopkins, girl. Eaecarln and Angelin* Aquiline, boy. James M and Harrietts Q. Gonqwen, girl. "alter M. and Julia Peacock, boy. James M. and Virginia B. Htevenx, boy. 1219 F Str F Street J Shop Friday 11 Closed Saturday I INVENTORY SALE Queen Quality Summer Footwear a ■ I i 35 White I Different Black I I , Brown | % 7 sj|.Bs x^' ! y Final Reduction * if/ S 1 Lot 126 pairs » f\C€ ~ 'J\ WHITE A sweeping price reduction that can- A fl »¥*| FOOTWEAR not he equaled this season. S iocs taken I M miMt \/j Jfkl ~ , from our regular stock for this final re- w * Values to $7.50 duct ion ON ALL CC Reignskin. White Canvas and White Elk CHILDREN S Hi *T S * Sandals. Strap Pumps and Oxfords. Also Cl IMMFP U’ IS tJ-—— Patent Leather. Black Satin. Black and w “ ft Brown Kid. Tan Calf, Racquet and Gray FOOTWEAR gg 0 Suede and Elk leathers. jf QUEEN QUALITY BOOT SHOP ) | 1219 F St. N.W. I jjj Exclusive Agents in Washington for Queen Quality Shoes f\ ° ioi . DID | Ql qi 10 The House Q ™ We do not quote ®i)llll)j5b0nl became oFthTfr □ A *“ «♦ A ELEVENTH tendency t o mis ofCoufccsy lead ‘ [= Higher-type 1 Silk Frocks reduced to A sl2 I I I\|’ ID AGK of the lure of the price is intrinsic -L/ value and artistic effectiveness which Sj|9 1 illftX fully justified the original markings placed Hill I ilil \ on t^ l ® B ® Frocks—reduced now because clear -2 J|T y ||l\ \ ance must be accomplished regardless of the I * \\mM \ loss involved. I j 4 I For Street, • I f Lace c j Crejte de Chine. 3 K I Georgette ort » and Printed Crefe Z /i i l Afternoon wear. z J /'*■ t” rr You 11 find a wonderful assortment of sizes J j j and variety of colors. Inexpensive Dress Dept.—Second Floor r i—ia=aa=, ■t- TWO Specials From the ‘ ========== z • August Fur Sale 48-inch Hudson Seal (dyed Shapely Scarfs, made of Stone r Muskrat) Coats; made of fine Marten and Fox excellent selected skins; Squirrel and skins of beautiful colors, and Skunk collar and cuffs. well made. • Price during August $229 Price during August ... $ 25 | ** B *** lfc *' Third Floor : i iEli i=lßiar-- ■ ■ nmr=-: rm \ Albert E. god Clara Andemon. bov. Albert N. and Nina Rhode*, boy." Oscar and Helen Zaellner. girl. Bernard 4. and Mary K. Culler, boy. Edgar and France* Black, boy. Whitfield and Mary Hawkins. boy. Howard and Fanny Hill, boy Henry and Jnlla Minter, hoy. Harrison and Rosanna Nixon, girl. a ■ .. i ■ Would Enjoin Rent Body. Injunction against the Rent Com mission is asked in a suit filed in the District Supreme Court by Virginia D. Cassidy, owner of the York apart* merits, at 769 Quebec street north west. The court is requested to en join the commission from proceeding to fix rentals for the property. At torneys Darr, Whiteford & Darr ap pear for the owner. SOCIETY. 1 KAPLOWITZ BROS.. INC rai NINTH STREET, N. W. FEATURING DELIGHTFULLY COOL SILK GOWNS sls POR WOMEN AND MISSES SPECIALLY LOW FEATURED PRICE. PRINTED j CREPE DE CHINE, TUB SILKS. NEW PRINTS AND . NEW COLORINGS; KAPLOWITZ QUALITY AND DISTINCTION. FOR TOWN, SPORTS, COUNTRY CLUB. OR BEACH.