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SOCIETY 1 French Ambassador and Mme. Jusserand i Arriving in New York This Evening After a Summer Abroad. THK Ambasrador of France and Mme Jusserand will ar rive in New York this eve ning after spending several months in their home In France. They will come to Washing ton tomorrow. The charge d'affaires of France and Mme. de Laboulaye will go to New York the first of next week and will sail Wednesday on the La France tor a leave of absence in their native land. Minister of Chinn Attending Celebration in Troy. N. Y. The Minister of China. Mr. Sae-Ke Alfred Sze. left Washington last eve ning for Troy. N. Y.. to attend the centennial celebration of the Poly technic Institute this afternoon, when the Chinese Students’ Club of Troy will dedicate a memorial tablet to Dr. Samuel Wells Williams, the dis tinguished sinologue, who was au thor of many books on China. The Minister will be the principal speak er and is expected to return to this city Monday. The Minister of Haiti and Mme. Dejean have moved from 2162 Flor ida avenue and are now at 1730 Con necticut avenue. Representative and Mrs. Richard S. Aldrich have come to Washington and are established in the home of Maj. Gen William Crozier, at 1735 Massachusetts avenue, which they have leased for the Winter. They closed their Summer home. Watch Hill, early this week. Representative and Mrs, Sol Bloom will come to Washington today from their New York home and will be at the Hamilton Hotel. The charge de'affaires of Japan. Mr. Isaburo Yoshida, will entertain at dinner this evening in honor of the new United States Ambassador to Japan, Mr. Kdgar A. Bancroft. Mme Dumont, wife of the military attache of the French embassy, and her daughter. Mile. Maud Dumont, will go to New York this evening and will sail tomorrow on the Rocham heau for France, where they will spend the Winter at NeuiUy-Sur-Seine and where Mile. Dumont will attend school. M. Roger Dumont, son of Gen. and Mrs. Dumont, sailed several days ago for his home in France. The United States Minister to Swe den and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss ar rived in New York yesterday aboard the President Roosevelt and are at the St. Regis for a short stay before coming to Washington. The Minis ter and Mrs. Bliss are in this country on leave and expect to be in their Washington home for several months. They purchased the Oaks, at 3101 R street, the home for many years of the Blount family, while Mr. Bliss was Third Assistant Secretary of State, but the remodeling was not completed before his departure for Sweden. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss occupied an apartment at 1755 Massachusetts avenue when they were here before. Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond and their daughter. Miss Natalie Hammond, are among the passengers aboard the France, which is to arrive in New York this evening. They will come to Washington tomorrow or Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont are expected to close their villa, Bel courts. at Newport, the first of next week and come to Washington, where they will open their house, at New Hampshire avenue and Kighteenth street. for the winter. Prince and Princess Pragatipok. brother and sister-in-law of the King of Siam, who were in Washington tor a few days the first of the week, are now 'n the Berkshire. 1 ? after a two day stay in Boston. They were the guests of honor at dinner last evening of Mr. Philip Ainsworth Means, who entertained in f @ ostume S O I Jl i jin |J the q V. IB%S|( <T *b costume is the only certain \/ 5J SJ&MI tact in the world of fashion. Mp r For the next few years it is to be as V Wc fixed as the Polar star. * s O N This establishment shows the costume S apj \ in the muldplidty of forms and ft S y \ fancies that resourceful designers have n 5 glvcn * 5 H | lEff , U®(b'Si(slk<3tP jTj Exclusively Different , T ft ' j TWELVE-TEN TWELVE - TWELVE F STREET ,N rr s s SOCIETY. his villa, Bluefens, near Stockbridge, Mass., where the prince and princess are staying at Heaton Hall. Mrs. Gilbert M. Hitchcock and Miss Ruth Hitchcock have returned to Washington from Lenox, Mass., where they spent the Summer at the Hotel Aspinwall. Mrs. George W. Vanderbilt Is spending a short time in Washington and will return to Biltmore for the Winter. She has leased the Biltmore Forest home of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason for the Winter and will oc cupy it until the completion of her new home on the 00 acres which she purchased in the Biltmore Forest last Spring. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Stokes, jr., are in New York, at the Plaza, on their way to Washington from New port, where they have been through the Summer. They are expected to come to Washington tomorrow for the Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Williams, jr.. have moved to the apartment in Cathedral Mansions, center, which they have leased for the Winter, giv ing up the apartment on Mintwood place, which they have occupied since returning to Washington to live, a little more than a year ago. Mrs. Williams was formerly Miss Mar thena Harrison, daughter of Col. and Mrs. Russell B. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Har rison, 3d, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Williams, and their two small children. Mary Harrison and William Henry Harrison, 4fh, are on their way by motor from their home in Omaha. Nehr., to Indianapolis, where they will live in future. Mr. Harri son will be associated with his father. Col. Russell B. Harrison, who is State senator from Indianapolis. Former United States Ambassador to Italy and Mrs. Ilobest Underwood Johnson will arrive in New York this evening aboard the France from sev eral months' visit in Kurope. Mrs. Lawson Treadwell, Miss Mar garet Treadwell and Miss Mary Treadwell have come from New York and joined Mr. Treadwell at their apartment at Wardman Park Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Treadwell and their daughters returned a month ago from Kurope and have since been in New York. Mrs. Harry Reade, who spent the Summer and early Autumn in Boston, has returned to Washington for the Winter and is in her apartment at Stoneleigh Court. Former Attorney General and Mrs. George W, Wickersham, who have WHERE THE VOGVE OK THE MOMENT tS FIRST KEVEARED COATS TN a riot of Autumn colors—fur trimmed A and slender—charmingly different, alone or with the costume ensemble. A Price Appeal That If ill Surprise 1 ou 1316 G Street City Club Building THE EVENma STOff, WASHTWrOK, T>.~ E. t ERTDIC7, OCTOHET? g. 1921. MRS. 1,01 IS T. McI'AOIJKN, Wife of Representative McFadden of Pennsylvania, recently arrived from her home at Canton, and In possession of an apartment in the Methodist Building, Capitol Hill, been abroad through the Summer, are returning this evening aboard La France. Mrs. Preston Williamson Smith has come from her home in Portland, Oreg.. to spend several weeks with relatives and friends, and is the guest for whom her aunt, Mrs. Ander son Lacey, is < ntortaining a house party in her country home beyond Forest Glen, in Maryland. Mrs. Smith was formerly Miss Lacey Johnson. Mrs. Dean Caldwell will entertain at luncheon Monday at the Chevy Chase Club in honor of Mrs. Smith, Mrs. .1. O. Nicholson, who has been visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Justin Morrill Chamber lin. left this morning for Albany, N. Y., where she will be the guest of her sister, Mrs. William Sage, for a short time. Mrs. Nicholson will sail Friday. October 7. aboard the D*‘ Grasse for an indefinite stay aboard She has been in Washington through the Summer, staying in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin while they were abroad to attend the meeting of the American Bar Association. California \ isilor Relng Entertained by Friends. Miss Ruth Daggett of Pasadena, Calif., who is the house guest of Mrs, Thomas Armat, will be the I) \ Franklin Sq. Hotel i j Coffee Ni quiet efficient service wo f binps wilii excellent food ) and unusually pleasant at- Ei Biosphere. j 14th Street at K guest at luncheon Sunday of Mrs. Lewis Hays Watkins. Mrs. Armat gave a luncheon yes terday for her guest, when the com pany Included Mrs. Ord Preston, Mrs. William T. Davis, Miss Ruth Jones, Mrs. Wrlsley Brown, Mrs. Lewis Hays Watkins and Mrs. Francis B. Wllby. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Addison have opened their home at 2009 Q street for the Winter, after spending the Summer at Bar Harbor. Miss Florence Berryman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford K. Berryman, entertained at luncheon yesterday at the Columbia Country Club in com pliment to Miss Kmily Scott of New York. The guests included Miss Anne Tuohy, Mrs. Kliot Lovett, Miss Evangeline Lovett, Mrs. Henry Ches ter Merwin, Miss Helen Williams and Miss Ijouiso Williams. Miss Mary Wills and Miss Anne Scott entertained yesterday at the Chevy Chase Club 14 tables of bridge, followed by tea. Mrs. Jewell, wife of Col. Frank C. Jewell, and two daughters have just returned to their home, in Battery j Park after spending the Summer in Maine. Former Attorney General and Mrs. Mitchell Palmer, have come from their place at Stroudsburg. Pa., and are at. the Hamilton Hotel, before opening their house here. Mrs. L. IReamey has motored | down from her home in New York 1 and is at the Shoreham, where she , entertained a small company at 1 luncheon yesterday. Mrs. Charles F. Hlaisdell, wife of j the rector of Calvary Church. Mem-I phis. Temv, who is entering her i daughter in Goucher College. Baiti- ■ more, is spending the week-end with Mrs. Hugh Thomas Nelson of the Shawmut, before returning to her home in Memphis. Dr. Charles Hammett accompanied by his mother, Mrs. C. M. Haanmett, and sister. Mrs. Nelson Conrad and Miss Lucy Hammett, are established iu their new home, 1715 Rhode Island , avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitch Shep- j herd and Miss Alice Shepherd have I closed their cottage In New Y'ork and ! are en route to Washington by mo- | Polished Floors of Hard Wood | : 5 j I I A Great Improvement —in the appearance of home interiors results from the laying of POLISHED , ! ; FLOORS OF HARDWOOD. i ' ApAMS FLOORS have been known as the finest for over 30 years. r Let us est.mate. J. M. ADAMS 1,10,3 C’.onnertii-ul Ave. Phone North 6523 Creations that we J * f Q y OUF astonished gaze to morrow at our grand Ask For No. 9377 /A \/ /| f Adorable black satin I I W m M M B f Orthopedic tivo strap m /M flexible sole, low walk- M /# \ women flexible sole, military *«■* $350 #j| A»k for A Th/£j£\ 55 scores of them that dis- 9377 erf” Patent Leather play all the newness, g£g IB F i elastic goring, new richness, novelty, dis- / 817 ji.fr cal oaf ornamen- . . MNRp f —r — l f-rfioHj. 5/>owj/i w. tmetiveness and ex- rf\ BEa Ow t) Ask For No. 2661 a , /% f v/ Fo/>aior .*>iwfc *.d and $lO styles • / Orthopedic Lace Ox- J SiM&m ford, lore walking heel All ¥k • * 7** 1 ™ "^ F J~JT 'tf* ® 552 When you see this -’orious display of style 2664 Beautiul Patent and note how faithfully this footwear dupli- C3|*S&%3ESBmIR Leather I ump-Oxford, cates the ST, $8 and $lO modes shown else latest perforations, where, you will be amazed. You will declare ll° ? * y° u never laid eyes on shoes so beautiful, so £ Sat Spanish hen $3.50 finely made and so perfectly finished at any- r '~r~^ ~ Z~ ____ where near the price of $3.50. Kta / Ask tor No. 9553 This wonderful display cannot fail to convince CyESa/ Lharming / a tent y on beyond the shadow of a doubt that it is - ea ,i er one strap rtiln foolish to pav fancy prices for style when the stylish cut out vamp most exc!usive modes are to be had in MmSEI and sides flexible NEWARK Shoes for only $3.50. EwW : soles, Spanish heels NEWARK Shoes are so far superior to any ' 53.50 ever offered at $3.50 because of the tremen- f ™ a. r- m dons savings we effect through our gigantic »®GHw V / Y '-t'l lZ jII 554 output of over five million pairs a year through BS&jySf CJ lhe hit of the sea- our 400 stores, the scientific manner we sSSoT y Ask sent with all the style. ope rate our stores and our low selling X for elegance of Gay Farces costs. Buy a pair here tomorrow aTl d i WISW Q “ smartest fashion u you’ll ALWAYS | 9551 Match. Not A Single fZZry \ Pair C ° StS M ° re I ' Contrast.ffZtZ) $3.50 ft >£ t3S2 <s tlmark StemCe. f 3i» Largoat Chain of Shoo Storoa in tho United States 913 Pau Ave. N.W. 711 H St N.E. Open Saturday Niffhta Open Mgliti Washington, D. C. AO Newark Stores Open Saturday EraUaga to Aeemnmodater fait eng tor. They are making a few stops on their way. Mr. Balnbrldgo Colby, former Sec retary of State, is at the New Wil lard. where ho arrived yesterday from his home in New York. Miss Eunice E. Littleton and Mr. Howard O. Coster of Washington were quietly married last evening at the home of Rev. J. S. Montgomery. The bride Is a graduate of Business High School, and .Mr. Coster, after playfpg foot ball at Western Mary land for a number of years, entered the University of Maryland. rapt, ami Mr*. Charles Gann Returning Here Monday. Capt. and Mrs, Charles C. Cans will reach Washington Monday, reopen ing their suit© in the Hotel Roose velt spending the Summer at (.'amp Perry, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. William Bride have announced the marriage of their daughter. Dorothy Fairfax, to Mr. L. Girard Sells September 16 In the city of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Sells will be at home after October 16. i Mrs. Clara Thiele announees the marriage of her daughter, Mabel It. j Thiele, to Mr. Raymond T. Kendrick the morning of October I. After a j motor tour through the North Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick will make their home at 1789 Lanier place. Mrs. Claude C. Ringer, formerly I ——— — 'X>SHINr;TON. R*WS Julius Garfinckel&Co. I Charming New Showings For Misses, Juniors and Girls Exquisite , Unusual Apparel At Moderate Prices 1 For Sports, Classroom, Campus and Social Wear Coats Dresses Sweaters Millinery Suits Skirts Bloomers Middies Imported Accessories F Street Corner of 13™ Miss Mildred Lynn of the District, and v her daughter, Marllynn, who have been visiting the former’s brother-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. Cummings, and another sister, Mrs. J. B. Murphy, are leaving for their Los Angeles home, having spent two months in sightseeing and visit ing. Mr* Harry Atwood Colman will go to I’ldlnfleld, N. J., next Wednesday to assist In the organization of the New Jersey branch of the American i’en Women, which has been arranged by Mrs. Hugh Krumbluar (Harriet Ware;. Mrs. Colman will be the house guest of Mrs. Krumbhaar while in I'lalnftcld and a reception wilt be given in honor of the national presi dent Wednesday at 3 oclock p.m., to which all women eligible to the League of I't-ti Women will be in vited. Mrs. V J. Walsh and her daughter. Mrs. Kugene Halligan of Davenport, lowa, are spending some time in this city and are at the New Willard Hotel. Mrs. Halligan is a graduate of Trinity College and a number or entertainments have been plamned tof j hoth Mrs. Walsh and Mrs Halligan. The first monthly luncheon of the Washington Alumnae Club of the I I Meta I 'ill Fraternity will be held tomorrow at 1 o’clock at the club house of the American Association of University Women, 1634 I street. All I’i I’his are invited. 4S& FLOWERS for | WEDDINGS f \\ Bridal bouquets, as well 5$ V « as floral effects for church $ / V^OkSMSpS I A xome > ann widest aft / \ *. firoval when arranged by raj / (P I BJackistone. [St /ilnfln 1 REASONABLE PRICES ® Jll' lwl T ESTIMATES ON REQUEST f f I 3 p j 141,1 and H il \ / | Phone Main 3707 e| ' i '■""■■■' i Vmy JFtf Solicit Charge Accounts cflliiton&cMu Pennsylvania Avenue at Eighth N.W. " New “Sane sogue” Hats for Fall 15.00 $7.50 SIO.OO “Sane ©cesses 824.98 829.98 839.98 “Sane sogue” Coats 839.98 849.98 839.98 i ;'*■ 1 J --i i i-i ■ . ■ i ■ - =T _ At Your Service j mjp AfCTlj* om9gmk Ours is not the only shop l?m drV B where you may outfit your B jg __ children for Fall, but selling i ADO WIMP roues MtD y clothes here is more than rxmru AfifMSß. PO/f tUMi&OHW] effecting a sale. You are as= t* -* TV-m-fK sis. sured courteous and expert • service, correct fashions. most economical prices. Mother’s Day Specials \ in Kiddies’ Klothes A Most Attractive Grouping of •w£>B Girls’ Coats j wffn \u4 CoaU that are both stylish V \\ \ * n d practical suitable for V\ I \ either dress or school. A va \ \ \ \ \ ried assortment of models—all 1 \ splendidly tailored. \ tri Materials are— \ \\ 1 Polaire Velour \ Vi I Bolivia Cheviot \H \ Downy Wool L-tok Trimmed with Beaver, Viatha, Civet Cat or Moufflon Collar. Frocks for Girls A Most Unusual Lot of Dresses, in Sizes 7 to 14 Years Values That Are Exceptional , ® \ $ 5' 95 TW Smart, chic, stylish frocks K| |o| |||f \ for the growing girl. Well made and of excellent ma- 9| jj|| terials. All new shades are 11 Bg H |||g included. Er There are— // Flannels Tweeds hj Serges Wool Crepes IA JT Regulation Styles Included \ “ SOCIETY.