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SOCIETY
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!lThe President and Mrs. Coolidge Have
I as Their Guest at the White House
Mrs. Frank W. Stearns.
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PRESIDENT AND MRS. COD!,.
IDGE arc entertaining Mrs.
Frank \V Stearns at the
White House, Mr. Stearns
came with Mrs. Stearns, re
„jnaining only a short lime betore go
ing on to New York.
k" The Secretary of War and Mrs.
•Weeks, who are expected to close
their Summer home at Lancaster,
’■IK H , tomorrow, have entertained a
large house party through the past
10 days. Mr. Louis Coolidge of Bos
ton. formerly of Washington, joined
them the end of the week to remain
'•tover Sunday.
The Postmaster General. Mr. New.
has returned to Washington after at
tending the national convention of
first and second class postmasters at
Indianapolis.
The Chief Justice and Mrs. Taft are
closing their Summer home on Mur
ray Bay today and are expected to
arrive in Washington tomorrow eve
ring.
The charge d'affaires of Cuba and
•JSenora de Paiiro, the charge d'affaires
of Austria and Mme. FTochnik and
the second secretary of the Argentine
embassy. Senor Conrado Traverse,
will he among those attending the
first showing of the film "The Ten
Commandments" at the National
Theater this evening. Others will in
clude Surg. Hen. and Mrs. Hugh S.
Cumming. Col and Mrs. Clarence O.
Sherrill. Capt and Mrs. Adolphus An
drews and Dr. and Mrs. George F-
Eowcrman.
,I»r. Rowe Host to Visiting
at Luncheon.
The directi r general of the Pan-
American Union. Dr. L S. Rowe, en
tertained at luncheon today in honor
of the members of the executive com
.rnittee of the Pan-American Con
‘lerence of Journalists. Among those
present were Mr. M. Koenlgsherg,
president of the International News
'■Service; Mr. Casper S. Yost, president
.of the American Society of News
paper Editors; Mr. Wallace Odell,
..president of the National Editorial
Association; Dr. Walter Williams,
president of the Press Congress of
the World: Mr. J. H. Furay. vice
president of the United Press Associ
ation. and Mr. John S. Bryan, vice
president of the American News
paper Publishers, Association.
The Assistant Secretary of War,
Air. Dwight F. Davis, will leave
Washington tomorrow to attend the
National ride matches at Camp Perry,
<'hio. He win return to Washing
ton directly after the event.
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, wife of
the former Assistant Secretary of
the Navy, and her children, will leave
Washington today for their home, at
Dyster Bay. Col. Roosevelt is now
at Oyster Bay, where he went last
week.
Gen. and Mrs. Robert Shaw Oliver
and Miss Marion Oliver will spend
the month of October in their city
house, at 17(>7 Q street, prior to sail
ing for their winter home, in Ber
muda.
The Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes of
New York and New Haven has leased
Gen. Oliver's house. 1787 Q street,
for the winter and expects to arrive
In Washington November 1.
Col. and Mrs. William Erin Fowler
have returned to Washington from an
extended trip abroad and are at the
Hotel Martinque. Col. Fowler will
start for their home in California
the end of this week and will join
Mrs. Fowler again at the Martinque
for Thanksgiving. The house on R
street which they purchased in the
Spring will not be ready for their occu
pancy until the end of November.
Col. George C. Saffarrans was the
guest of honor at luncheon today at
the Army and Navy Club of the offi
cers and members of the board of the
District of Columbia Sons of the
Revolution, of which Col. Saffarrans
..was registrar. Col. Saffarrans has
resigned his post and will leave
Washington Wednesday. The hosts to
day included Brig. Gen. George
Richards, U. S. M. C., president: Mr.
•( larence A. Aspinwall, vice president;
Mr. Charles P, Light, secretary; Maj.
Edward F. Riggs, treasurer, and Mr.
,Hampson Gary, Mr. Floyd P. Wagga
Mai son Maurice
S. E. Comer 13th and G. Streets, N. W.
;
Clearance Sale
i 500 HATS
: $t .95 Taken From Our Regular I
9 $5 and $7.50 Stock 1
Lyons Velvets J^Q 1 )
Panne Velvets W
Fell Hats JtMtt
Velour Hats Every style shape
Satin Hats and color is of the
J latest Fall fashion.
We simply must clear our tables for the hundreds of
* hats arriving for October business. What is a necessity
i with us—is a saving of several dollars for you.
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SOCIETY.
mann. Col. Merwyn C Buckey. tj. S.
A.; Mr. Edward Wilton Donn. jr.;
Mr, William Payne Meredith. Mr.
Hugh M. Southgate. Mr. Frank S.
Hight, Mr. Thomas W, Lockwood and
Dr Marcus Benjamin, members of
tip board of managers.
Dr. and Mrs. John Crayke Simpson
will arrive in New York tomorrow on
the Olympic after spending several
months aboard.
Former Secretary of Agriculture
and Mrs. Edwin T. Meredith arrived
Saturday at the New Willard from
their homo in Des Moines Mrs. Mere
dith expects to remain in Washington
a week, but Mr. Meredith left last
night for Chicago, thence to his home
in lowa.
The president of George Washing
ton University and Mra William
Mather Lewis, with their daughter,
Miss Sally Lewis, have returned to
Washington from their Summer home,
at Colebrook. Conn.
Marriage Announced of
Miss Proctor to Mr. Lowthian.
Miss Maud S. Proctor, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Clage-tt Proctor,
was married in Seattle. Wash., Fri
day, September 19. to Mr. Joseph W.
S. Lowthian. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. Archibald Mack
intosh. pastor of the Gatewood Bap
tist Church. In the home of Mr. and
Mrs J. C. Willison. at 3S2S Sunnyside
avenue. The Wlllisons were neigh
bors of the Ijowthian family at
Plumpton. England, before coming to
this country.
Mr. Thomas Lowthian was best man
for his brother, and Mrs. Mamie Ver
million Youse, formerly of this city,
cousin of the bride, was matron of
honor.
Mrs. Lowthian is a member of the
Society of Natives of the District of
Columbia and the sixth In descent,
on both her father’s and mother’s
side, from two of Washington's old
est families—the Hines ajid the
Crown families—who settled here
prior to 1800. She has resided in
Seattle for the last two years, and
has a host of friends and acquaint
ances in this city. Her father is one
of the vice presidents of the Associa
tion of Oldest Inhabitants, and her
grandfather. Mr. J. C. Proctor, also
lived in Washington.
Mr. Lowthian is the son of Mrs.
Emma Lowthian of Washington State
and the couple are now honeymoon
ing in Canada.
Washington. D. C.. will be included
in the itinerary, and they will be at
home during the month of October,
in the home of their parents. 1233
Madison street, Brightwood. They
will permanently reside in Seattle,
where Mr. Lowthian is stationed.
The marriage of Miss Peggy Fred,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Hamilton Fred, to Lieut. Robert
Gordon Hunt took place yesterday
afternoon at 5 o'clock in Alexandria.
Va.. the Rev. Dr. Hammond officiating
The bride was given in marriage
by her mother, and wore a three
piece suit of dark blue tricotine and
a black velvet hat, with ribbon
trimming.
Mrs. Fred wore a black satin-faced
crepe gown, with a hat to match, and
Mrs. Preston Day. aunt of the bride,
who motored to Alexandria with the
wedding party, wore a dark blue
gown, iwith a brown coat and a
henna hat. Mr. Day, uncle of the
bride, also attended the wedding.
Lieut, and Mrs. Hunt will make
their home in Washington, and the
former will sail for Hawaii In
January and Mrs. Hunt will be with
her parents during his absence.
Former Senator George B. Martin
of Calettsburg, Ky., who was ap
pointed to succeed the late Senator
Ollie James, is at the New Willard,
where he arrived yesterday. He
plans to remain until early next
week.
Miss Victoria Baker of Bristol, Va.,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Harring
ton, at 1800 I street.
Mrs. Henry M. Hoyt and her daugh
ter, Miss Nancy Hoyt, are expected
to arrive In New York tomorrow
aboard the Olympic from England,
where they have been through the
Summer. They will come to Wash-
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1924.
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Who, with her parents, Mr. and Mra. John Walsh, reentlr came bark to
Washington from Lake McDonald. Montana, where they have a cottage.
Mi»a Walsh is a niece of Senator Thomas J. Walah.
ington later in the week and open
their home here for the Winter.
Mian Henning and Mr. Shaw
Gneata of Honor Satnrday.
Miss Theodosin D. Seibold, who will
be a bridesmaid at the wedding ot
Miss Beatrice Henning and Mr.
George Shaw, which will fake place
Washington. Paris
Julius Garfinckel &Co.
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NEW ARRIVALS EACH DAY
of
DISTINCTIVE COATS
For Women and Misses
W E , believe that our showing presents
the most unusual assortment in this
country. The genuine worth and value of
each model is instantly apparent.
It is to your advantage to see our present
selection, as special designs of remarkable
beauty were made up exclusively for us.
F Street Corner of 13 1 ?
We are desirous of having the public
visit this room—you will find, here dis
played, a most interesting collection of
FINE CHINA.
Foremost in display is the
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October 18. entertained the members
of the wedding party at dinner Satur
day evening at the Columbia Country
Club. The guests included Miss Hen
ning, Miss Ixiuise Espey, Mr. Arthur
Lamhdin, Miss Agnes Messer. Miss
Dorothea Stephens. Mr. George Shaw.
Mr. Robert McCann, Signor Luigi
Mariani, Mr. Eduard Miller, Mr. Ar-
thur Lambdln and Mr. William G.
Winstead. *
Mrs. Lambdln will entertain at a
bridge luncheon Wednesday for Mis*
Henning and Miss Virginia Diedel
will give a shower for her tomorrow.
Mrs. Henry C. Corbin Is In New
York for a short time and is at the
Chatham Hotel.
Mrs. Andrew J. Miller, accompanied
by her daughter ard nieces. Miss
Frances Miller, Miss Frames Mi-Ken
ney and Miss Virginia McKenney,
has come to Washington from Hot
Springs, where they have been since
the return of Mrs. Miller, Miss Miller
and Miss Frances McKenney from
Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Austin Eulass
of Chicago have issued cards an
nouncing the marriage of their
daughter. Margaret Anthony, to Lieut,
James Edgar Macklin, 2d, U. S A ,
Saturday, September 27, in Washing
ton. Lieut, and Mrs, Macklin will be
at home at. Camp Meade, Md.
The ceremony waa performed at
the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul
by Canon DeVries. Miss Dorothy
Mondell was maid of honor and Lieut.
George P. O’Neill was best man. The
ushers, Lieut. Robinson, Lieut. Stlka,
Lieut. Nugent, Lieut. Melster, Lieut.
Robins. Lieut. Gargee, Lieut. Henney
and Lieut. Gillespie, crossed their
swords at the close of the ceremony
forming an aisle for th« bride and
bridegroom.
Lieut. Macklin Is a son of Mrs. Ed
gar Augustus Mackliin of New
burg, N. Y.
Miss Elizabeth Manning is passing a
few days at the Chalfonte Hotel, At
lantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Black will
spend a day In Washington this week
on their way to White Sulphur
Springs for a fortnight's stay.
Frau vom Rath, sister of Mrs. Black,
who is their guest at the Hotel Plaza,
New York, will be joined by Herr
vom Rath later in the Autumn, and
they will take a house in New York
P Franklin Sq. Hotel |
i Coffee &f)oppe
N 1 qul#t
i bines with exrellpnt food
, and unusually pl<a»ant at-
Enio*phere.
j 14th Street at K
Mr. Plitt Says: —
Let us talk with you about the
Xew Draperies. The individ
ual atmosphere you want we
will help you to obtain.
Now is the time to see us
for Painting, Paperhanging,
Upholstering.
Radios
George Plitt Co., Inc.
Painting, Paperhanging & Upholstering
1325 14th St. N.W. Main 4224
ll For Stocking Satisfaction .
*Y there’s just one thing to do! fa fa fa jjs
I . Buy Gold Stripe- */' L> U _U U B
w Silk Stockings That Wear— B g [
& 3 Pairs, $5.40 yfvVVV/ J J $
Rf We are never out of vour size in any of the 27 re . M ... 0 0
|»j; colors always in stock. , 1216 F St N.W. V
I A SALE! 200NEW FALL FROCKS j
| Os Silks and Crepes. $
m Nearly a score of New Autumn Styles— r
Jj /fcSli In a great sale —Tuesday—at a special price
k Regular
I A7 $25 dresses 1 »00 *
»■ 529.50 ** 1 $
TAe Reason for this Sale
gSjij — is the delay in obtaining the new fixtures for our women's dress
iiV 1 ll department. This department, forced to remain on our fourth floor.
isSflSSwl ir*K j S co ™P e ff ed to heroic measures to attract patrons to this isolated
llflcl This is the only reason why at the very beginning of the season we
offer regular $25.00 and $29.50 dresses for only $21.00. All sizes—36’to 44.
jj Colors Materials Styles Trimmings
JS Navy Satin Ensemble Effect Wide Leather Belts
n V Black Canton Crepe Straight Tubular Embroideries inCoior* 3
jk 0 i Wrap Around Readings That Match
$\ Brown Luxore Brocade Tier £ |ving Ribbon - .trimmed
i ~w Gray Satin-Stripe tunic effect Collars and Cuffs
J Cocoa <**** Tailored and Fine Tucks in Clusters
* Georgette Crepe Coat Styles Vests and
KMt ro.pon.ive not* In this to idmtag* by band* ilito tieT * rv “ * houctto has iu fulleot L,
tfek of black Luxor Fait*. *f trimming of the ro- aurplioe collar, the charming tunic es. exproaaion in thii
S Th* plootod front panel Uof verse aide falling from full length ileerei feet. Full length frock of Satin stripe
o(*p* de chine in a contrast- shoulder to bom. A u™ “n conulsti n r”. “1 crepe. Here fold, of
inf color. A combination of dainty touch is added contrasting color bioidery are the contrasting ribbon add
tIM latest stylo note and by a collar of nlet make toward unusual other attractions intriguing touches on
Vila*. stl« lace and net. 931. smartnasa in this on this straightline roll collar and deep L«
naodeL 921. model. s2l. cuffs. 921. Sj
* SO CHOOSE FROM THESE DRESSES
—for street and afternoon—beautifully made! We believe you will not have the opportunity soon again
of securing the vary newest of fashions and such extraordinary value at so low a price!
j Remember the sale is on ear fourth floor. Extra laleipeople will be on hand. H
for thft Winter. Herr and Frau vom
Rath have been living on Lake Como,
Italy, for several years.
Dr Eugene Le Merle and his daugh
ter, Miss Eugenie Le Merle, who have
been visiting in Richmond, Va., re
turned to the city last evening.
Mr. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte,
who is at Hot Springs, will be joined
the end of the week by Mrs, Bona
parte, to remain through the Autumn.
Card Party at Mra.
Moran’a Tomorrow Night.
A bridge party will begin tomorrow
evening at 8 o'clock in the home of
Mrs. Jeann!e> Blackburn Moran, under
the auspices of the McDonald-Wash
ington-Blackburn Club, which has its
headquarters in Mrs. Moran’s resi
dence at 2315 Massachusetts avenue.
Mrs, George Joerns and Mrs. Nan
nie Jobe, chairman and vice chair
man of the card party committee.
Miss Elisabeth Boyd gave a bridge
party Saturday evening. September
20, in her country home. In oompli-
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ment to two prospective brides, Miss
Eleanor Richards, who will be mar
ried to Mr. L«iurence Adams of Cali
fornia. Wednesday. October 8. and
Miss Catherine Moran, whose mar
riage to Dr. Stephen Burke of New
Orleans will taJte place Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. FVed J. Sauter and
son Fred of Chicago arrived today at
the New Willard for a short visit.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage on September IB of Miss Agnes
J. Brennan of New Haven, Conn , to
Mr. Vincent P. Boudren of Washing
ton, D. C. The ceremony, which was
followed by a nuptial mass, was per
formed by the Very Rev. Timothy J
Crowley. O. P„ at St. Mary's Church .
in New Haven.
Miss Penelope Wilson of New York i
is at the New Willard, where she ar- !
rived yesterday.
Teeth of horses of teaming com- i
panics in many large cities are sub- |
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treatment when necessary. I
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Bet. 9th and 10th.

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