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SOCIETY The President and Mrs. Coolidge Will Receive Daughters of Guatemala’s Chief Executive Today. President and Mrs. Cool- I idge will receive Senorlta I Concha Orellana and Senorita Leonor Orellana, daughters of the President of Guate mala, at 5:30 o’clock this afternoon at the White House. The young visitors are guests of the United States Minister to Guatemala and Airs. Arthur H. Geissler at the Raleigh Hotel and are accompanied by their uncle, Senor Victor Morales The Minister and Mrs. Geissler and Senor Morales will also he received in the blue room at the White House with the Senoritas Orellana. Senor Morales and his nieces will leave 'Washington Thursday and will sail from New York on the America Saturday for their homes in Guate mala. Early in November the dis tinguished Guatemalans will return to this country and will visit the Minister and Mrs. Geissler in their home in Oklahoma. Spanish Envoy, Senor Hi»no. Guest In Newport. The Ambassador of Spain, Senor bon Juan Riano, and the Duke and burhesse d’Alba, personal representa tives of the King of Spain, will be the guests of honor at dinner this eve ning of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt, in her Newport villa. The Breakers. The Ambassador is the guest of Mrs. Van derbilt. and the Duke and Duohesse d’Alba are guests of Mrs. John Nich alos Brown, in her Summer home, Harbour Court. Mrs. Brown also has as her guest her sister, Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt, and enter tained at dinner last evening in com pliment to her visitors. Gen. and Mrs. B. D. Spillman of Warrenton. Va., entertained inform ally at luncheon today for their house guest, Mrs. Bates Compton of New York. Capt. and Mrs. E. M. Van Voor hees and Capt. and Mrs. J. I*. Crom well. Col. and Mrs. M. Q. De Laney spent the week end in Washington on their way from Williarnstown. Mass., where they attended th" Institute of Politics, to their new station at Fort Sill, Okla. The marriage of Miss Ono Healy, daughter of Mrs. Ono M. Healy, to Air. John Motter Be sen re. son of Mr. W. J. Lescure of Harrisburg. i*a., took place today at noon in the home of the bride’s mother, in Kontanet Court. The ceremony was perform ed by the Rev. George F. Dudley, rector of St. Stephen's Church, and was followed by a reception. Astors. gladioli, palms and ferns made a' charming setting for the wedding. The bride was given in marriage by her mother and wore a gown of ghite duchess satin and Chantilly iace and her tulle veil was held by a bandeau of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. Miss Alice Louise Lescure of Harrisburg, the maid of honor, was in a gown of peach color chiffon trim med with Belgian lace and wore a hat of black velvet and carried an arm bouquet of garden tlowers. Mrs. Healy, mother of the bride, wore a gown of French blue geor gette crepe embroidered with steel beads and a picture hat of blue velvet. Mr. William J. Lescure, jr., was best man. Among the out-of-town guests were Mr. W. J. Lescure, Mr. and Mrs. De Forest Lescure, Dr. and Airs. J. B. AlcAllistcr and Air. and Airs. Wil liam AI. Hain. all of Harrisburg, Pa., and Mrs. B. A. Graham of Florida. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Humphrey have issued invitations for- the mar riage of their daughter Mary Eliza beth to Mr. Manly L. Mackey of Omaha, Nebr., Wednesday evening, September 24, in Hamline Methodist Episcopal Church at 8 o’clock. Aliss Humphrey was guesfbf honor at a luncheon and shower given by Airs. Hulhcrt T. Bisselle and Aliss Alice C. Whittington, Saturday, Au gust 23, and Miss Rosemarye Cole man Bales entertained at bridge and shower for Aliss Humphrey Monday, August 25. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry Covington have returned to Washington after spending some time at Cape Cod. Miss Anne Covington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Covington, who spent a few months in Europe, has joined her parents in this city. Miss Cov ington will be a debutante of the coming season. Former Undersecretary of State and Mrs. Norman H. Davis had as their guests over Sunday Airs. John W. Davis, wife of former United States Ambassador to England, and her sister, Airs. Watson of India napolis. Mr. and Airs. Stephen H. P. Pell entertained a large company at dinner last evening at Southampton in com pliment to their house guests, Gen. Sir Reginald and Hoskins and Col. Blanton Winship, U. S. A., mili tary attache of the United States em bassy in Paris. In the company were Col. Robert M. Thompson, father of the hostess, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson Pell, son and daughter-in law of the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Henry re turned to Washington today from Hot Springs, Va., where they have been for some time. They were guests of honor at dinner last eve ning of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Guiterman of Long Island and early in the day were entertained at tea by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Ryan in their Summer home, Ryan Ridge Farms, near the Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Henry entertained at dinner Saturday evening in compli- Dime I I ■ li Satisfaction. Franklin Sq. Hotel Coffee il>fjoppe DURANT “Just a Real Good Car** Embarrassment can be guarded against. Don’t run short of clean, snowy , white towels have them . laundered here! ; Phone us today i Hitet End Laundry 1*25-25 Pa, Phene A»e.y:V MatnSSa society; ment to the Rev. Richard Blackburn of Washington. Miss Elizabeth Wrenn has returned to Washington after spending some time with Mrs. J. Ryan Devereux at her Summer home at Bayhead, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rlxey went to White Sulphur Springs yesterday for a short visit. Mrs. John Stewart McLennan, Senora de Heredia, and the former Ambassador of Russia, Mr. Boris Bakbmeteff, were among the 40 guests at luncheon yesterday of Mr. and Airs. Alexander Sedgwick, in Sedgwick Mansion, at Stockbridge, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walters will entertain a company at dinner this evening at Newport. The commercial secretary of the British embassy and Mrs. Eric Bux ton have returned to Washington after a month's motor trip through Pennsylvania. New England and Canada. They are at 2132 Bancroft place, the residence they leased for the Summer from the tlrst secretary of the British embassy and the Hon. Mrs. Brooks. Mrs. T. Dewitt Talmage and daugh ter. Mrs. W. Pitt Scott, who have been at the New Willard for several weeks left yesterday. Mrs. Talmage started on a motor trip through the Adlron dacks and Mrs. Scott left to join Capt. Scott on the Pacific Coast. Airs. Tal mage expects to return to the New Willard in a few months. Miss Lake and Mr. Hinch, Married at Noon Saturday. The marriage of Miss Evelyn Lucy Lake to Mr. Lynn H. Hench, took place Saturday, in the home of the bride’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Lake at 3528 T street. The ceremony was performed at noon by the Rev. James T. Marshall, pastor of the Georgetown I’resbyterian Church, In the presence of the immediate fam ilies of the bride and bridegroom and was followed by an informal re ception. Miss Virginia K. Lake, was her sister’s only attendant and Mr. Albert Forrest was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Hench left later for a wedding trip through the North and after November 15 will be at home at 4211 Ingomar street. The first secretary of the British embassy and the Honorable Mrs. Brooks, who are at Mamhester-by-the 1 sea, will return to Washington the end of November and take posses sion at their house at 2132 Bancroft place which is now being occupied by the commercial secretary of the British embassy and Mrs. Buxton. Mrs. George W. Steele, formerly Mrs. H. Wilfred Dupuy. who has been in Europe since her marriage to Capt. Steele, will come to this country in the early autumn and open her house at Lake Placid. Capt. Steele, who will rty from Europe on the ZU-3, will join her at Lake Placid. Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Campbell have returned to the city after a month spent at Asbury Park, N. J., and Braddock Heights, Md. Mrs. Virginia E. Wiley arrived yes terday at the New Willard after a trip of several months in Europe. She , has closed her Washington home and plans to remain at the New Willard indefinitely. Mrs. Eugene Le Merle and Miss Eu genie Le Merle have .-returned to their home on Q street for the Winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. -Whittington and Mr. and Mrs. N. W. .Whittington were at the Hotel Elbercm, in Atlantic City, last week. Dinner Wednesday at The Woman’s City Club. The business and professional women’s section of tlie. Women's City- Club will give a subscription 'dinner Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock, at the clubhouse, 22 Jackson place. Among those who have-made reserva tions are Miss Olive Beatty. Aliss F. F. Stiles, Miss Jessie Lane. Miss Flora Hoff, Miss Julia C. Bannigan, Miss Marion Usher, Mrs. J. J. Franklin. Mrs. Ella Davis Levis, Miss Clara M. Breed, Dr. A. Frances Foye, Aliss G. Frances Dees, Aliss Nell V. Price, Mrs. Mary C. D. Johnson, Mrs. M. E. O. Dasheill, Miss Estelle Heilman, Miss Beryl Ingram, Aliss M. Barron. ij “iVo Store Quite Like I f.mZT *Mad”l'on if d 6 ’ Jelleff’s”— | I ssJs-SwSs JCCCCrrS -no q*. m* i & Shops—s69.so. %/ moTSbm. P # This!” m | Do Not Delay—Buy Your Coat During Our | | September Coat Sale p SAnd Save From $lO to $25 | The finest collection of Coats shown during \f' I V the history of our store. New, soft suede-finish- \ V W • R| r* ed fabrics in lovely Autumn and sunset color- fii&X \ \ I\ m 111 ings. Luxuriously fur-trimmed garments, accen-j|Ni|l \\ I \ I tuating the slender silhouette. ‘ \\ jj S| ;j Great value demonstration this week. j Coats exemplifying the new Winter from 4 ; p Fashions t/U i I j our Women’s 191 I > j I Coat Shop in I |! , _________l ' beautiful Ox- I I blood Kash- I Fifty other styles to choose from—each coat dis- ) I C na^ h f3 no tinctive in style and reasonably priced J j \ yet* "unJ^St.’ - I ( able for its I Three other groups — ssß, $75 and $125. Also our 11 | bloom. This ||-fj I better coats from $155 to $275 during this sale at iSjlSSjsAi 1 s t°r a! ght *i n I 15% discount. l,ne ’ w ‘ * h I 11HHM ! narrow side I § panels, which g j Only a small deposit required—storage free until flat and trim- j|J II November!. W' S^S , I A Elbow cuffs. I 5 Come and see them in our | l\ Douwe collar pi ! , I I 7\ and deep bor- I jf/ J der of Hudson J | Women’s Coat Shop Large Women’s Coat Shop • j u»l M*uikra ( t)— * d j g Misses’ Coat Shop Little Women’s Coat Shop I • gj| THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1924. < COUNTKSS VOX UOSKX, *h expected to arrive In New York AVdein**day where Count von Ro»en» attache of the Swedish legation., will meet her. Miss Mila F. Allen. Aliss Mate Lewis, Miss Tillle Steiner, Aliss Marie Steiner. Mrs. Mabel Manuel, Miss Margaret Vail, Aliss Hazel Swift. Miss Reed, Miss McCrlstal, Miss Austin, Mrs. J. F. Meyer. Aliss AI. E. Black, Aliss Leavitts, Miss Harriet AI. Cheney, Aliss Gladys Solomon, Aliss Patch, Miss Helen Brown, Miss Anna Cummings, Miss Grace- Cummings, Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, Mrs. Ada Mills Payne. Mrs. Witfield, Miss Grace Mc- Vey, Aliss Charlotte Cannody, Aliss Tracy-. Aliss Wolfson, Miss Bickerton and Airs. Shenk. It will be lawyers’ night and Aliss Elizabeth C. Harris will speak on WHERE THE VOGUE OK THE MOMENT IS FIRST REVEALED The New Frocks Fashion Decrees Tunic Effects Soft materials of Crepe Satin and Faille Silks are accordingly smartly developed in char acteristic Harris Styles. See them tomorrow. Prices Start at $25.50 1316 G Street City Club Building | “A SHADE BETTER” ' | Window Shades**** «£♦ Made to Measure «£♦ Practically Any Color Factory Prices I | 830 13th St. N.W. Phone Main 4874 | >) W. STOKES SAMMONS, Proprietor 5) “Obligations and Opportunities ot Business and Professional Women in Present-day Affairs.” Judge Mary O'Toole, recently returned from the meeting of the Bar Association in London, will have for her subject “Some Experiences During My Trip Abroad." There will be short talks by other woman lawyers, and Aliss Olive Beatty will preside. Mr. and Mrs. Stanwood Cobb have spent the month of August in Maine and will return to Washington today. Mr. and Airs. Joseph E. Ahern have (Continued on Ninth I'age.) 23c EGGS Brand—-Doz. 47c j BUTTER E~l«c Hal Mnntn HriOll Prim PC P” ces fl below mean real economy in l/Vl IViUlliC I/I Ivli I I UUvO purchasing. We endeavor to give you the fl * | , p . market’s best at moderate prices. racked in a tan r . /n/ ,, . r talitornia (Malaga) Grapes Prunes are prunes, you say, but “Del Monte” Canned Prunes are different. Pre- ™ D™' 3 25c pare them as per directions on the label and the miss this opportunity. tor 1 family will become acquainted with a new table delight. Del Monte prunes are packed Qii7A||f PntQtAOe A S * 01 one pound in each tin, and you can prepare a AJtwCCI I x for Lk 1 v can for the table while getting breakfast. Single pound, 6c. This is another big price re- You are particularly cautioned:—“Not to duction. Eat these products while they are being boil the water.” marketed in plenty. (We reprint the wording from the label) I Onions, 5 f o b r s 19c finest quality SANTA CLARA PRUNES This gives vou one pound more for the same DEL MONTE DRI-PAK PRUNES ARE NOT ORDI- 1 nary prunes, but are thoroughly cooked money than vou could cret last week. AND PACKED SOLID IN THE CAN WITHOUT J ° SYRUP. SCIENTIFICALLY PACKED BY VACUUM 1C LBs. OO PROCESS-STERILIZED AND HYGlENIC THOROUGHLY CLEANSED AND STERILIZED IN * vIUIVVUj JL fj fftf MVV BOILING WATER, SEALED WITHIN THE CAN UN DER VACUUM. PROCESSED UNDER HICH STEAM PRESSURE AND QUICKLY CHILLED TO STOP COOKING AT THE POINT OF PERFECTION. 11 Fine CL LIDS OC DELICIOUS TO EAT RIGHT OUT OF THE CAN ADDIfiS- rnnkinc, ll t # A-lP AS A BREAKFAST DISH OR DESSERT, PLACE L V f Qr LtOXj FRUIT IN A GRANITE OR EARTHENWARE VES- _ - SEL, COVER WITH WATER. ADD SUGAR TO Per Dllfthel Kafikpf Q1 fiQ TASTE AND SIMMER SLOWLY FOR 30 MINUTES. DUSIIeI DaSKCI, DO NOT ALLOW WATER TO BOIL. SOME FAMOUS CHEFS ADD LEMON OR ORANGE PEEL AND A _ _ STICK OR TWO OF CINNAMON. ¥ PCF JOZ. C * 1A GROWN AND PACKED IN THE U. S. A. I |J||l||Tlo I I IA CALIFORNIA PACKING CORPORATION UWllVilOj 23c VV Main Office: San Francisco, California, U. S. A. Our Special Price for This Week ni • • 2 n 1L ohnver s Tins' Canned Goods for Ld%J Blue Ridge 2 foV 2^C Try “Del Monte” Prunes and you will be **** ’• grateful to us for having urged them upon you. Silver Label O £. _ . Os Peas it tor Zsc Specials This Week 7 A BUY inrt 9Q/. Peaches— £* TT wIS: Ij A per jug tJ t however, a fine crop of peaches is due to be marketed from another section and should be ready the latter Choose your flavor. We recommend the part of this week or the first of next. “Punch” as one of the most delightful com- , .. . . & Un your daily visit to our stores nearest ma lons - your home we suggest you \vatch for the kind of fruit you want. VomtoiTir llotc nlrd 1 //» This is the year to put up fruits in the home, Jdllllaijf l/diOP 8* lit We are endeavoring to make it possible for you _ * r* to sat^ buy your fruits and vegetables at 3 lOr 50C our stores nearest your home. We will greatly ap preciate the inspection of our stock whenever you Each buyer of rolled oats is urged to in- are buying. spect the size of this package, consider the _ CTS/SC' ' Co "° my FRUI J JARS ’ Rubbers M J all canning and preserving needs at very Sanitary Catsup large 19c GRAPES ForJe,,y This catsup is a high-grade product at a p or Preserves, etc. very moderate price. We recommend it to It looks ]ike a big sale the , atter part of this week please the most exacting. If the fruit ripens this sale may take place about Fri day. Get the fruit while you can. Peanut Butter glass 19c granulated sugar The large 13-oz. tumblers. Continued advances make it necessary for us to increase price. “Star” Soap Powders 19c Per Pound » Bo 10 Pounds for 79c This is Procter & Gamble’s powdered . 25-Pound Bag, $1.95 laundry soap, for all sorts of washing and * cleaning. Why pay more when you can get 100-Pound Bag, $7.75 the best grade soap powder at this very low ‘ price? 1 OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAYS SOCIETY.