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SOCIETY President and Mrs. Coolidge’s Son, Mr. John Coolidge, Is Visiting in Northampton, Mass. PRESIDENT and Mrs. Coolidge’s son, Mr. John Coolidge, left the White House yesterday for Northampton. Mass., where he will be until next week, when he will enter Amherst College. Panama ( hn-gr and Wife (lo to Atlantic l ily Today. The charge d'affaires of Panama and Scnora de Chevalier went to At lantic City today and will remain over Sunday, returning to the lega tion the middle of next week. Senator Charles Curtis is spending a few days in Washington, having just .returned from a European trip. He will leave next week for Kansas to remain until after election. Senator and Mrs. .Medill McCormick have gone to New York from their home in Chicago and are at the Ritz- Carlton for a week. The commercial secretary of the British embassy and Mrs. Eric Bux ton entertained informally at dinner last evening as a farewell to the commercial counselor of tile embassy, Mr. John Joyce Broderick. He will sail September 20 for his home in England to join Mrs. Broderick and their children for several months’ vacation, Mrs. Broderick having been in England since early Summer, Representative and Mrs. David 11. Kincheloe entertained a company of 20 at a musical, followed by dancing, last evening. The Assistant Secretary of Com merce, Mr. J. Walter Drake, will re turn to Washington this evening after a three-week stay in the moun tains of Maine. Mrs Drake, who is at Angelus, Mich., will join Mr. Drake here later in the month. Maj. Gen. William Mason Wright and their daughter. Miss Marjorie W'right, who have been summering in the Adirondacks, have returned to Washington for the Winter season. Capt. and Mrs. Ridley will present their daughter, Miss Beatrice McLean, to society at a tea. Friday, November 2S, at their residence on Kaiorama road. They will give a dance December 30 at Rauscher’s for their daughter. Former Senator and Mrs. Gilbert M. Hitchcock have as their guest at the Hotel Aspinwall in Lenox, Mass., Mrs. Basil Gordon of Washington, for merly Miss Elaine English of Phila delphia. Mrs. Francis Walker and her chil dren have returned to their home on Ashmead place after a Summer spent NOUVEAU I 932 F St. our Downstair* (Ida Walters’ Original Shop) Salon Sale of Fall .mm hats - —X/mSY I Excellent Values Even 7 111 V' At ie to 15 Dollars A charming collection to fas- iK mmmC cinate the fastidious. Several ll a■■ ■ hundred newly conceived fall I II I hats in a remarkable sale! Ur Large, drooping brims—trig " pompons—smart new turbans J —the latest cloche! In fetch ing fall colors and fabrics. SCHOOLDAYS Back to School and College But First, to Choose New Clothes! A PANDY new, . ■■ yi smart clothes have such a heartening effect, /\ XN y\ it’s really every mother’s duty to see (IY/WfC\ 4 1 Jul that small Sally and / \ In 1 B «g lister Sue start vjf l I*l f 4 1 the Fall te^m * n AJk 1 4 I spruce new gar /t? ni it x ments. As for the / ) y/ytr* 1 II \/ older £«r Is, they \ \ I* IV If know that clothes • A |J|j | j matter enormously ! • A £L rr ) * n w^ r *d‘o! C Jgftfim boarding scnool and rC C\ f/fj college. Girls of all / / Li/ / I ages will find here /y I the approved ap / / pare! * or classroom, II &-**■ campus, sports and social activities. i E&tMb'Si<sth®ip j Exclusively Different TWELVE-TEN TWELVE-TWELVE F ST. 4) I ie SOCIETY. 1 “ " tr 5 at Martha’s Vineyard, Maas., with the t childrens grandmother, Mrs. Francis A. AValker of Boston. The latter “ sailed on Tuesday for southern France, i accompanied by her two daughters. Mrs. Mary C. Waters, who has recently returned from Europe, has left the Shoreham and Is established for the Winter at 2701 Connecticut avenue. Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett is passing a few days in Washington at her home on Sixteenth street,» having come here from her Summer home at Mackinac, Mich. Mrs. Blodgett will return shortly to Mackinac to re main until the middle of next month, when she will go to New York by motor to meet Miss Myrtis Porcher, who is arriving at that time after passing some time in Europe. Mrs. Edward Porcher, sister of Mrs. Blodg gett, who spent some time at Mackinac with her sister, returned with her to this city and, with Mr. Porcher, will occupy Mrs. Blodgett’s residence during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. Porcher will also go to New York to meet their daughter. Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt is leav ing this evening for Biltmore, N. C., where she will occupy the Plsgah Lodge, about five miles from Biltmore House, while building a new home for herself on the Biltmore estate. She will be accompanied by a com pany of friends who will remain over the week end with her. Mrs. Vander bilt came to Washington yesterday after spending a short time in New York, where she arrived recently from Europe. Mr. Foxhall Dainger fleld entertained informally at dinner last evening for Mrs. Vanderbilt. Mrs. Robert F. Mackenzie is again in her home on R street after visit ing Mr. and Mrs. George B. Tripp and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Band in their Summer homes in the mountains of North Carolina. Mrs. Horace MacFarland and her son Mr. John Hudgins MacFarland have returned from a northern motor trip and are guests of Mrs. MacFar land’s sister, Mrs. Malcolm McConlhe. C«l. and Mr*. Davis Take Apartment for the Winter. Col. and Mrs. Robert Davis and their four daughters, the Misses Davis, have arrived in Washington from Wuarry Heights, Panama, where Col. Davis has been stationed, and have taken an apartment at 140 S New Hampshire avenue. the colonel having been transferred io Washington for duty. Mr. Malcolm MacDonald, son of the THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTOK, P. tX. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER t% 1924. i ■ in i » i ■■■■ . .-fl 1 ■ JM -■; - W tdE & J JKtk 1 I'v. 1 > v jpMt «B| I MISS JOSEPHINE VIRGINIA MOOHEFIELD, pnrrrttM. Ml*, anil Mm, Moorcfleld., have AABOUffd licr raremeot ta Mr. J. Ralph Outehilc4d. British prime minister, who spent yesterday in Washington, has left for Toronto, Canada, where he will pass a short time before going to the Lake of the Woods in northern On tario, to be the guest of Mr. Ralph Connors. Mr. MacDonald was received by the President yesterday, and the Secretary of State. Mr. Hughes, en tertained him at luncheon. He WHKRK TFIK YOr.nE OF THE MOMENT IS FIRST REVEALED New Fall Dresses Fashion Favors Black, Brown, Cocoa and in these desired shades we present a most distinctive array of truly Harris Frocks for immediate wear. Vonr prompt inspec tion. is urged. Prices Start at $25.50 1316 G Street | ts&rSwP City Club Building 1 [omOSONS^II ** FOUNDED 109-4* 1 jO 1109 F Street Northwest omorrow —A Very Special Low Price Selling | SPORTS COATS Os Exquisite Beauty in Style—in Material—in Workmanship— Offered at a Price That Demonstrates Unquestionably What Is Allowed at This Unusual Sale Tomorrow All Sizes Tr| Two Cr I*ol IDS The Season's Women and Misses 111 ± Prevailing Colors fS- 00 % «25|. —the fancy of every woman and miss who views this marvelous collection. -y^p a *J ffißl —and charm the women of better taste. nßfi tt. motored to Mount Vernon in the afternoon in Secretary Hughes’ car. Lieut, and Mrs. K. L. Coontz will leave tomorrow for Bremerton, Wash,, where Mrs. Coontz will visit the former’s parents. Admiral and Mrs. Robert E. Coontz, for ten days, afterward Joining Lieut. Coontz In San Diego. Lieut. Coontz, who has been on duty in the Bureau of Navi gation, has been ordered to duty as executive officer of the U. S. 8. Corry, destroyer 834. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Shipp have returned from their wedding trip abroad, and are at their home in Chevy Chase. Former oecretary of the Greek lega tion, Mr. Christian Dlamantopoulos, and hla sister, Miss Nina Diatnan topouloa have arrived in Paris for a short stay on their way to their home in Oreedo. They vailed recently from New York aboard the President Harding. Maj. Gen. George Barnett. U. S. M. C., came to Washington from Wakefield, Va, to take part in the Defense Test day parade, and Is a# his house, 1622 Rhode Island avenue, for a few daya Mrs. Barnett, who is visiting Mrs. Irving Hall Chase, at Miramar, Narragansett Pier, is ex pected in Washington Monday, They will return to Wakefield a few' days later, and expect to keep their coun try house open through the Autumn months. Canon Walden Myer and Miss Ger trude Myer have arrived in New York from the North and are at the Hotel Lorraine for a few days on their way to Washington. The marriage of Miss Margaret N. McQueen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. McQueen, to Mr. Hugh L. Buckingham of North Takorna Park, Md., took place yesterday afternoon at 5 o’clock on the lawn of the home of the bride’s parents at Forest Gicn, Md. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. James T. Marshall in the presence of about 200 guests. The bride, who was given in mar riage by her father, wore a becom ing gown of white flat crepe, with tulle veil and carried a bouquet of gladioli. Her sister. Miss Eliza beth McQueen, was maid of honor, and two other sisters, Miss Sarah Mc- Queen and Miss Katherine McQueen, were the bridesmaids. The maid of honor wore pink taffeta and the bridesmaids pink and blue georgette, || Washington. Paris lu I Juuus Garfinckel &Co. New Fall Apparel For Misses, Juniors and Girls At Moderate Prices ppXQUISITE. distinctive models for | every occasion are arriving here daily | I from noted makers. Our showing of | smart school and college apparel is particu- | larly interesting now. | Dresses Coats Suits D Millinery Shorts Aftfairel | Accessories | IF Street Corner of 13™ | ■ and all carried bouquets of mixed * flowers. . Mr. Harpy Buckingham of North Takoma, brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and the wedding * music was played by Mrs. Norman * Parker of Washington. Preceding 1 the ceremony Mr. John Waters of Washington sang. A large reception followed the cere mony, after which Mr. and Mrs. Buckingham started on an extended honeymoon trip. Ms. and Mrs. Will C. Stierlin have returned to their apartment in the Plasa after a month's stay in Atlan tic City. Mr. and Mrs. J. Blair Gilbert of Pittsburgh are at the Hamilton ■ Hotel until the first of the week. Miss Helen H. Witherspoon of St. Paul arrived yesterday at the New Willard for an indefinite stay. f Mrs. Moran I.ends Home fop Card Parties. The opening bridge party of the McDonald . Washington - Blackburn Club will take place at club head quarters this evening at 8:30 o'clock in the residence of Mrs. Jeannie Blackburn Moran, 2315 Massachusetts avenue. Reservations for tables may be made through Mrs. George Joerns. -jp ■' S. Special Luncheon—4oc Choice of vegetable or chicken soap Choice of two meats Choice of three vegetables lyettnce and one timber salad Bread and batter Milk or cogee Dessert Luncheon 10 Till 5 Daily 1107 G Street N.W. Pcop.e* Dmg Store So. 7 wife of Commander Joems, U. S. N., chairman of the bridge party com mittee, or at the headquarters of the club. Bridge parties are being arranged for Tuesday and Thursday evenings of each week until November 4. E>r. Benito Flores has taken an apartment at the Hotel Roosevelt. I>r. Flores is the Mexican agent of the Mexican-Amcrican General Claims Commission. Mr. and Mrs, Allan K. Walker are at Hotel Traymore, Atlantic City, for a week or longer. Maj. M. B. Humphrey, United States Marine Corps, and Rev. Robert L,. Miller, naval chaplain, have joined the IT. S. 8. Pittsburgh, at Brest, after a stay in Paris, following their ar rival in France on the i*resldent Hard ing. Mrs. Humphrey and Miss Daphne We Solicit Charge Accounts a MUorißJ&v I Pennsylvania Avenue at Eighth N.W. * | 5 Mk Special Sale! I iLwiff Suits I £ oats I m *i4- 98 ~Op£« a OceeuNh FOR SATURDAY Individual Versions of the Js&uh Diet J4edep Portraying the smartest whimsies of Fashion from New York and Paris A—The Bcaucaire— ‘ _ A new model, striking in line and treatment, introducing a fjHBHa bow at once large and dashing JeISBSMM and pipings of satin that quar ter die crown—lo.oo. ffjjyEmL. V. B—The Rose Dcscat Pom J Pom Cloche—smartly B ioned of Hatter’s plush, hand shaped and outlined with satin —IO.OO. / C—This distinctive close / fitting model that reveals f*3ftyr\ vtTk Chinese inspiration is dcvel- Vv® \ \\i oped of chiffon, richly brocaded KIA. I in velvet, in a fascinating leaf \ design* The veil, bordered c IVv with die brocaded chiffon, is attached with a handsome jewelled pin—10.00. don of the pictorial v mode that all Paris is wearing expressed in Lyons velvet of luxurious silken texture and draped with lace wrought in an exquisite chandlly pattern —10.00. ft- Special Offering ft New Modes for All Occasions French Fells Satins A - Corded Silks Smartest Shapes * ■ and Newest Colorings ' SOCIETY. , Humphrey will make their home in Paris during Maj. Humphrey’s stay : abroad. Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge E. Jordan ar ; rived yesterday in New York, and will be at the Ritz-Carlton for several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Regan of New York arrived today at the New Wil lard, where they will remain until next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Bray ton have taken an apartment at the Hamilton Hqtel. Miss Anna J. Kcady of CSievy Chase la in Dcs Moines, attending the Na tional Conference of Catholic Chari ties, representing the Christ Child So ciety of Washington. On Miss Ready’s return trip she will visit In Chicago and Milwaukee.