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SOCIETY
.
President and Mrs. Coolidge Again at
|The White House, Only Their Son
Returning With Them.
- ;
THU President and Mrs*. Cool
idgc and ilielr son. Mr. John
•''ooiidge. reached the While
Mouse early this morning,
each member of tho family
Apparently much improved, both in
health and spirits, by their visit in
the President's old home.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Stearns,
tv ho were with them at the White
Mouse up to the time of their de
parture fir New did
return with them.
The Postmaster Genera!. Mr. New,
will leave Washington the latter part
of next week for Michigan City. md..
to spend several days'. .Mrs. New ,w 1 11
remain in Washington during tils
absence.
The Minister of Switzerland. Mr.
Marc Peter, who is t isitlhg in New
England. will go to New Vork next
week to meet Mme. Peter, who is
arriving there from her home m
Switzerland, where she has been
passing the Summer months.
.rnahir and Mr*. Haifa
Home >rene of W edding.
The home of Senator and Mrs. Por
ter H. l>ale will be the scene of a sim
ple but charmingly arranged wedding
tomorrow morning at II o'clock,
w hen Miss Florence M. Kennedy,
daughter of Mr. John Kennedy, will
become the bride of Mr. t.eon T. Con
way of Portland. Me The ceremony
will be performed by the Rev. Mgr.
Gavin in the presence of a small com
pany and will lie followed by a break
fast and reception in the lovely rose
garden. Quantities of lute Summer
blossoms, palms and ferns will be
used in the house and the bridal cou
ple will stand before an improvised
altar of flowers and foliage. The
young couple will leave shortly after
the reception for a wedding trip to
Canada and will return to this city to
make their home. Miss Kennedy is
seeretarj lo Senator Dale.
Mrs. \a ill hopoulos. wife of tin*
charge d'affaires of Greece, who is
touring in Europe, is now in SwTt
riand. She wilt probably join the
charge d'affaires here later.
Mrs. Henry F. Dimock iias as her
guests in her summer home at Bar
Harbor. Miss Elizabeth Howiy and
Miss Mary Howry.
Mrs. Kenna Elkins, who has been
tu Atlantic City since the early sum
mer. will return to Washington the
first of next week and open her house
on Eighteenth street.
I'oitidr; and Mrs. R. A. Theobald
and family are arriving from the
orient, and will come to Washington
tomorrow to visit Mr. and Mrs. Web-
Iter Hal linger. The commander will
leave Washington Monday for An
napolis. where he will assume his du
ties. Mrs. Theobald and the children
will leave Washington Sunday night
for Portsmouth, N. H., where they
will visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ,T.
.1 Berry.
herd and Cady Mounlbalten. Maj.
Alfred Duff-Cooper and wife. Cady I
Diana Manners', and the Hon .Mrs.
Richard Norton, who are members ot
the Prince of Wales' party, arriving
on the P.erengaria today, will occupy
the slate suite at the Ambassador
Hotel, New York City.
Maj. and Mrs. Jonathan Al. uain
wlght will leave tomorrow by motor
for northern New Vork. They will
go to Meadow brook lor the interna
tional polo games and will return to
Washington next month.
Mrs. Norman L'nderwood and her
two children will return to Washing
ton the latter part of next week
after having spent the Summer in
the Cat skill Mountains - and will oc
cupy her apartment in the Brighton
Hotel.
Mr. and Mx-s. Frederic William
Wile of 3313 Sixteenth street, who
have spent the Summer in Europe,
an- cn route to America on the Amer
ican liner George Washington and
will reach the Capital September ;j.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward .1. Stellwagen.
upon tlieir return tomorrow from Po
land Springs, Mo., where they spent 1
the summer, will occupy their new
home, 2301 S street, closing their
former residence, 1803 Biltrcore street.
Mrs. Albert Levin Richardson of
Baltimore, has gone, to her home,
after spending a few days with her
son and daughter-in-law. Air. and
.Mrs. Dorsey Richardson. in their
apartment, 1302 Eighteenth street.
Mrs. Harry Lee Wrenn. Miss Kalli- i
erine Wrenn and Miss Elizabetli j
Wrenn have returned to Washington
E. tA'-L, -
Capitol
fFURI
Shop*
W
Values!
continue
We have just inaugu
rated a campaign for a
100% increase in busi
ness over last season.
In order to insure this
—we will
CONTINUE
I WITH OUR
I SPECIAL
f AUGUST
PRICES
1208 G St.'N.W.
Charge Accounts Solicited
SOCIETY.
'rom a stay of several weeks at Vir
ginia Beach.
Miss Elizabetli Wrenn. the school
girl daughter of Mrs. Wrenn will
leave Washington tomorrow, to visit
I Mrs. John Ryan Devercaux, at Bay
! Head. N. J., and shortly after her re
| turn here will re-enter school.
Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes, jr., will re
; turn to Newport this evening from
New York, where she is spending a
! few days al the Plaza.
i Mm Elkins Krturn. »«
\ minor From Family Halt.
Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins has return
ed to her cottage at Ventnor, X. J.,
from New York, where she stoppfd a
few days on her nay from Saratoga
j Springs. Mrs. Elkins was with her
son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and
' Mrs. William F. It. Hitt at Saratoga.
* Mr. and Mrs. Hitt entertained at
dinner there last evening al the
i Brook, having as their guests Senator
j Frederick Hale. Air. and Mrs. Joseph
! E. Wiclener. Air. and Mrs. Richard T.
I 1111x011. Mr and Mrs. Samuel Adams
- Clark. Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt, 2d;
I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fowler. Mr. E. M.
i Potter, Mrs - . Harry F. Sinclair. Miss
(Josephine Farrell and Mr. Lawrence
| Waterhury
j Mr. and .Mrs. R. S, Reynolds Hitt
will entertain at dinner this evening
! at Newport for their daughter. Miss
Edith Elizabeth Hitt, and will later
! take their guests to the ball which
j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fitzsimons will
| give at Harbour,lew for debutantes.
j Mr. and Airs. VV. Al, Johns are the
j guests this week of t’apt. ami Airs.
I George Seibels at their home in Bat
■ t-*ry Park. Mr, and Mrs. Johns are
motoring from Panada to Virginia
j Beach. Va.
1 .Mrs. Johnson, wife ot Lieut. Har
! r'son Johnson, entertained a small
1 party of friends at dinner Wednesday
! evening, celebrating the birthday an
niversary of her husband. Their
guests were Col. and Airs. Alvin Voris
and Col. and Mrs. George E. Kumpe.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hill, jr.„
bave given up their apartment at
the Bradford and are temporarily at
the residence of the latter’s mother.
Mrs. S. P Ficklen, on Biltrnore
street.
Mr. aud Mrs. Walter Heed More
land and their small son. Walter
Clive, are .spending the week at the
Breakers Hotel. Ocean City. Md.
Miss Muriel Eleanor Gray lias re
turned from Cape May. N. J . where
She was the guest of Miss Helen
Thompson.
Mrs. Burleigh, wife of Maj. .). J.
Burleigh of Ridge road. Battery Park,
entertained at bridge Friday of last
week. Her guests were Mrs. George
Seibels. Mrs. E. H. Hartnett. Mrs. C.
A. Hedekin. Mrs. H. J. Wild. Mrs.
Mallory, Mrs. J. H. Reeves. Airs. W.
F. Baughman. Mrs. H. Johnson. Airs.
Walter Johnson. Mrs. Charles Keller.
■ Mrs. Olive Street, and Airs. Prunty.
ladies of Batter} - Park and 'Washing
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Young Martin :
entertained ala dinner at their home \
on Sixteenth street Tuesday evening |
in compliment to Mrs. Martin's sis- I
ter. Airs. Charles Booth Rothwell of j
New York and London. The guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Karr,
Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Bushnell, Mrs.
Henry N. Lamar. Miss Elizabeth Cal
dron. Miss Evelyn Mathias. Miss Hos
mund \\ hite. Miss Jacqueline Dorsey,
Miss Frances Whitman A'an Alstvne,
Mr. Charles Martin Cranford, Mr. Eu
gene Martin, jr.; Mr. Stoweii Stevens,
Mr. Edward Bradley, Mr. Paul Miller.
Mr. George Hutchinson, Mr. Clifford
Cunningham. Lieut. Comdr. Arthur
Bryan. Caps. John Bogert and Maj.
| Edgar Cland Ashford.
Miss Eleanor Mills, daughter of Air.
and Mrs. Harrington Mills, will en
tertain at a house party this week
end at her cottage on Saranac Lake.
Air. and Mrs. David Potter have
gone to New York, where they are at
uthe Hotel Vanderbilt for a short stay.
Mrs. John Stewart Alcljennan and
her daughters. Miss Mildred Tytus
[T^ BIG SAVINGS ON KINNEY SHOES
For Every Member of the Family
Saturda y
m Both patent wm High or
■ and brown v Lew Shoes. Good
■ Calfskin A Tear welt galea,
■ Goodyear £V rubber heels,
■ welt soles, >t IK V l >, IllriTft brown er black.
■ Rubber heelsUP) A, fWj > *JMII\ .wew a<\
E 3-49 52^8
V lD (w u '' IU *'
■ h—'.* II w\ yli Patent
H dl aad 11 \>//'*l If A " ku
■I Kisses* l\ / / 1% \ Pomps
1) l\ / I'fr Xt'' N| Turned
V Sandals: hy > \^°*'7 i> \ \ Soles.
<■ all sues V >W XIT I A
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R “ **= 1 CliUren’e Patent
V wL-IfSL Col OnU
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I ' Slippers .
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I Over C<A Five (I
I stores tKwneuGt £&.l
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THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. I). C., FRIDAY. AUGUST 29. 1924.
VI M
Wife of ('apt. Koenig, who. with their two children, is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Hit-hard 8. Hill. Mrs. Koenig was formerly Miss Enennor Carroll Hill.
and Miss Victoria Tytus, were among
those at the horse show yesterday
at Lencx. .Mass.
Mr. John D. Karris, counselor ot
the American Insurance Union, now
in convention at the laleigh Hotel, is
stopping while in th ; city with his
brother-in-law and lister, Mr and
Mrs. Charles L. Gummel of 1.41 Cor
coran street northwest.
Former Senator and Airs. Chauncey
Al. Depew will leave Lenox. .Mass.,
where they have been for the Mid
summer. and will go to BriarvlifT
lA'dge. N. V.. to remain through the
Autumn.
Among Those attending the horse
show in the Casino at Newport yes
terday were: Admiral and Airs. Wil
liam Si. Sims. Admiral and Mrs. Clar
ence S. Williams, Admiral and Mrs.
Cameron Alcß. Winslow and the
Misses Winslow. Mr. and Mrs. Ed
son Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. Harry is.
Black. Mrs. Gibson Fahnestock, Mrs.
William B. Caperton and Mrs. Henry
Walters.
Mites Mary Maxwell, who is spend
ing some time at "White Sulphur
Springs, was among the guests there
at luncheon yesterday of Mrs. Thomas
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—to see How reasonable it
costs to have your home
beautified with ADAMS’
HARDWOOD FLOORS.
f Let us furnish you with fifl
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replacing old floors with new
ones of POLISHED HARD
WOOD.
J. M. ADAMS |
1503 Connecticut Ave. ,
Phone North 6523
; KAPLOWITZ
j BROS.. INC
; rz i NINTH STREET, N. W. i
ANNOUNCEMENT
SUMMER CLEARANCE
ALL SUMMER SILK GOWNj
iwashable silks)
t $10.75
WERE US TO $25
ALL TAILORED SUITS
$25
'VERB $45 TO »rs
ALL THREE PIECE SUITS
j $35
I WERE J 55 TO tno
J. Koch, who entertained at the
Casino, her guests remaining through
the afternoon to play bridge and
mah-Jong.
Mr. an - ' Mrs. H. K Al. Carpenter
and the Alisscs Carpenter have gone 1
to Newport, where they are staying
at the Hill Top.
The Rev. and Mrs. George F. Dud
ley spent July and August in Atlan
tic City, and will Come to their home j
here after Labor day. j
Dr. and Mrs. Abram Simon, who i
were in Virginia for several weeks, j
where Dr. Simon has been delivering i
■-■. ■ - i
w There Needn’t Be Any
H Wash Day in ||
Your Home m
—with its crushing work and fatiguing
worries. Banish all its care and troubles
to us. Manhattan Service will take the
OyXtt burden off of your shoulders—and for very
<§%£ nominal cost keep your clothes spic, span
clean. Q/\ts |
<Sk|v “The Manhattan Way” isn’t what is com- Jsgg
monly known as “commercial” laundering.
Really it is instead PERSONAL laundering
—for we make an individual matter of each
HAH wash given into our charge. With the use oak
I of the nets—it goes through every operation <S®g'
I JvH individually—so that opportunity for loss
or danger of damage is more remote than in 1
your own home.
“the net gets the wear and
mam the clothes get the wash.” hamj
Every article is handled scientifically—
|sVs as its texture requires. You’ll like “The
Manhattan Way.” <|fsS
Phone North 3954 for j
Manhattan Service ll!
Manhattan Laundry Service Co.
Plant, 1346 Florida Avenne—Phone North 3954 jpsllx!
Branch Office, 2506 14th St.—Phone Col. 5596 <^|>|
pNachmani
I Will <JJH A To Every \
| Give *SO
j Suite Tomorrow! j
I All Floor Samples to go—and SSO will be taken off »
every price! All marked in plain figures make your own «
reduction. a
The $350 Suites S3OO |
' Tke S3OO Suites $250 »
The S2OO Suites. $l5O s
The $l5O Suite*... SIOO |
Upholstered in newest materials—every suite fully guaranteed fi
as to construction and service and S
Vs deposit is all you require to purchase any of S
aP these suites—s 2 a week pays the balance. No *
W added cost for the credit. 2
Open all day Saturday until 9 o’clock at night. £
Closed all day Monday, Labor Day. 5
Bth and Penna. Ave. S.E. I
5
a series of lectures on Biblical litera
ture at the University of Virginia,
have returned to their home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Rakemann
and their son, Herman. Jr., will motor
to Spring Lake, N. J.. Saturday, to
spend several weeks, later going to
Red Bank.
Airs. Benjamin Tripp, now in Al
latitle City, where she has made a
lengthy stay, will return to Wash
ington Sunday. Mrs. Tripp was en
tertained at lunch at the Hotel Am- |
bassador by Mrs. Susan Harrison on |
Tuesday, August 26. who asked a I
number of guests to meet her.
Greek Orphans lo I’rolll
By Drawing For Plaao.
Mrs. Cabot Stevens announees that i
today at o'clock in the presence of |
Mr. Basil Mammonas. the charge
d'affaires of Greece and other officials |
and prominent Washingtonians, the j
player-piano offered by Miss Kather- (
Die At. Dabney for the benefit of!
Greek orphans will be drawn for by.
Miss Dorothv Mondell at Twelfth and;
G Streets. Little Miss Mary Koun- j
dou riot Is will represent the refugee;
orphans. !
Mine. Alfaro, wife of the Minister
of Panama, and Mrs. William E. |
Chamberlin sponsored this movement ■
to obtain *506. and more than rea- hed
Die goal. All holders of "opportunity,
ballots” are invited.
Airs Beverly P. Evans gave a ;
luncheon for Airs. W. Bladen Lowndes j
Republican national committeewornan ;
for Maryland, in the garden of her i
home, in Kdgemoor. Belhesda, Wed
nesday. The oflicers of the Repub-!
lican Woman's Club of Montgomery ■
County were the guests asked lo meet '
her.
Col. James A. Moss lias gone to i
New York for a day or two and Is j
staying at the Hotel Aster.
Air. and Airs. Edgar I’. Alien and 1
Miss May Jane Allen and Miss Julia!
"""carefu^
work of any
laundry. Try the West Lnd.
Phone I \s Today
j ITest End Laundry
17X3-25 Pa, Phone
AUem are at Hotel Traymore, Atlan
tic: Cilty, for a week or longer.
MissiMary Wills and Miss Martha
t'allan have sailed for Jacksonville,
Kla.. arad will be absent about a fort
night. On their way north they will
visit many of the historic places in
the South.
Miss Madeline King and Miss L.u-
OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY
(fomm & I
13tK & F Streets N.W. ||
FOR SATURDAY %
i Labor day Offering *
>
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Introducing Distinctive New
Hats of the Highest Type
AT A VERY SPECIAL PRE-HOLIDAY PRICE
Models Refihcas
for *f / I .°f .
Madame & H High-Priced
Mademoiselle Originations
SPONSORING the NEWEST FALL COLORING: AMBER—PENNY
BROWN —PATOU GREEN —CARNELIAN PURPLE BLACK
• ® ffflsSo&k arfROM higher priced new
! % f/SSMm Fall Millinery we have se
7, lected a group of enchanting
A* ’ models, reflecting the smartest
4 notes in fabric, line, color and
| ornamentation: Imported felts,
j Sj(t' twHHyKj Hatter's plush. Panne and
I Lyons velvets. Bengalines and
satins —very often used in
fective combinations—fashion
individual types of the tailleur.
f the Sports and the Costume
Hat revealing Spanish, Vene-
tian ’ Directoire an dCh ineseln
%. ( X. V THE PRIVILEGE OF OPENING
||h I’ ■ A OTARG EX^T)ED T IS NOW
FIN & L»!
Tomorrow—Saturday
| The Half- Yearly Clearance
ENDS
We’re open Saturday until 6 o’clock, so you still have another
day in which to buy FAMILY SHO£ STORE Footwear at gen
erous and legitimate reductions. f
This is an Opportunity with a capital “O”—grasp it before
sundown tomorrow.
Women's— EL
S7, $S and 19 Styles Previously
Advertised at $4 AS
Broken lots, but every leather from a choice f|T Ml
group of styles. At the price each pair repre
.sents a saving you cannot afford to pass up.
Women's— _
All of Our Regular $9 , $lO and 7
sll Grades
These are beautiful styles of high-grade work- i|| |||
manship-r-the finest we can offer. Broken lots. Tjl
but a big variety in all prevailing styles and
leathers.
Women's— XI Pf
White shoes, white oxfords (Regent) keds, ||| J
leather trimmed—rubber soles. Some white kid. ||J *
white calf and canvas pumps and oxfords with l||
leather *oles. JpjL
Broken lots—but all sizes, 2 Vz to B’s, AA to Cs *8»
and some D’s.
Mens— d* JO Afi
Oxfords in all leathers—A remarkable value i y r |||
that won’t be repeated for another six months.
Styles in this lot sold as high as $7.50 and SB.OO. jp
$7.75 for $lO Oxfords; $6.45 for $8 & $lO Oxfords
'All heathers Children's Sale r AJI Styles ‘ I
95c $l* 65 $2* 45 $3.45
Values to Values to Values to
While only $3.00 $5.00 $6.00
All other Children s Summer Shoes, 15% Off
Family/hoe/tore
Joseph Strasburfier €o„ Inc.
310'ZlZSevetitbMJm
' 1
cille King:, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Harry King, have returned from
Cape May and Wildwood, N. J. where
they spent two weeks.
Miss Ada. Rainey will return to !
Washington early next month.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen L«. Thompson of i
(Continued on Ninth i'ag. 7) I
SOCIETY.
I I
Do \ou Jf ant a Home •
In Chevy Chase?
QUINTER, THOMAS & CO.
| Main 8416

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