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SOCIETY Mrs. Cooiidge Receives First Emblem of Forget-Me-Not Day From Hands of World War Veterans. MRS. POOUIDGE received emis saries from the World War Veterans at the White House today, who presented her with the first forget-me-not in the distribution, this being the annual Forget-Me-Not day with the organization. Mrs. Coolidge, with Mrs. Frank G. Stearns, Miss Camilla Irvine and .Miss Coates, occupied a box at the New National Theater yesterday afternoon for the Kmilio de Gogorza concert, and among the other important per sons attending wore Mrs. Robert lapsing, Representative and Mrs. Nicholas Eongworth, Mrs. Charles W. Fairfax, Mr. McKenzie Moss and Mrs. Gilmer Brenizer. The Minister of Panama and Senora de Alfaro and their family came to Washington last evening from New York, where they arrived the middle of the week after passing some time at their home in Panama. The new financial attache of the French embassy, M. Robert I.acour Gayef, is arriving in New York today on the Paris and will come directly to Washington to take up his duties Mr. Jean Boyer, retiring financial attache, is now in New York and will sail shortly for his home. Col. Charlton Dinner Hoaf Tonight to Fellow Olllrers. The military attache of the British Embassy. Coi. G. E. C. G. Charlton, will entertain at dinner this evening in honor of the retiring military attache of the Cuban Em bassy, C'apt. E. A. Varona and Maj. H. W. T. Eglin, former liaison officer of the War Department. The occasion will be in the nature of a farewell to the honor guests. Capt. Verona, who is leaving in about a fortnight on a special mission to Peru and Maj. Eglin. who has been transferred to a new post. The charge d'affaires of Belgium, i M. Robert Silvercmys, went to New j York yesterday to remain over Sunday. j Maj. Gen. George Barnett is spend ing a few days in Washington, having come here from Wakefield Manor, Va., where, with Mrs. Barnett, he is spending the early Autumn. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. William Mit chell have moved from 1809 Phelps place and are now at 1845 R street. Maj. and Mrs. William A. McCain have returned from Europe and are again at their residence, 1809 Phelps place. The Pan-American diplomats will hold their first dinner of the season in the cabinet room of the New Wil lard tomorrow night. The treasurer of the United States and Mrs. Frank White entertained at dinner last evening in honor of the Secretary of the Navy and Mrs, Wilbur. The United States Minister to Swe den and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss are spending a few days in New York, where they are at the St. Regas. They will return to their Georgetown home Sunday. Mrs. Warren Delano Robbins ex pects to sail Wednesday for Germany, where she will join Mr. Robbins, the secretary of the United States em bassy in Berlin. Mr. and Mrs. Rob bins will come back to this country later in the Winter for several months' vacation. Mr. Isaac T. Mann will be joined to morrow by Mrs. Mann and their daughter. Miss Alice Mann, who are In New York for a few days at the Ritz-Carlton. Mrs. Mark Brooke and her mother. Mrs. Francis M. Gunnell, have closed their cottage at Monterey. Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., and returned to Wash ington and joined Maj. Brooke at their home on Twentieth street. Miss Hallie Brooke will be grad uated from school in June and will be one of the debutantes of the fol lowing season. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Norment ar rived in New York Tuesday on the Majestic and have returned to their home In Washington after an absence of four months in Europe. Miss Helen Moran will entertain four tables at bridge Wednesday, October 22, at her home on Sixteenth street in honor of Miss Mate Mac- Devit of Baltimore. Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood, who has been In her Summer home in Connecticut through the Summer, has gone to Hot Springs. Va., for the early Autumn and made the trip by motor. Mrs. George S. Silsbee. widow ot Admiral Silsbee, is at the Hamilton Hotel for a lengthy visit. With her nr r $lO 00 Pair Cream and Sugar Sterling SALVATORE DESIO Mfg. Jeweler 926 F St Between Oth and IMb Established 43 Tears. | By Way of a Treat 9 —drop In and sample famous = 5 Stsnslsiflh CANDIES, ICE 3 9 CREAMS and FOUNTAIN 1 S DRINKS. Thsy have ns rivals g 3 f*r duality and delicloutnasa. 3 = f Our Tea Room Sandwiches and 3 9 daintis* delight the critical. 3 I fttoneletgf) QTea fcoom I j 1407 FSt j SOCIETY. is Mrs. E. Saltonstall Silsbee of Bev erly, Mass. Mrs. Charles Wilbur Thomas will he the guest of honor at a large tea this afternoon which Mrs. Benja min Soule Gantz and her sister, Mrs P.ertrand Ewell Trenis, will give In (he home of their mother. Mrs. George Warren Offutt. in Cleveland Park. The decorations will he in yellow, with quantities of chrysanthemums and dahlias. Mrs. Henry Wooden Of futt will preside at the tea table, and assisting will he Mrs. Frank Morri son. Mrs. Chauncey Carter. Mrs. Sam uel Duvall, Mrs. George Warren Of futt. Jr.; Mrs. Thomas Martin Offutt, Mrs. Edward Banks Gibson, Mrs Ralph Kndirott, Mrs. Guyshert Yroom and Miss Marie J. Maguire. Mrs. George W. Steele, whose hus band. Capt. Steeie of the Zeppelin, which has just arrived from Germany, and who w; a formerly Mrs. Wilfred De Puy of Washington, was a lunch eon hostess at the Shoreham yester day. Miss Sarah Harrison Powell of Bal timore is spending October in Wash ington at 1734 Connecticut avenue. Miss Anne Grogan will give a card party Tuesday afternoon In the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Uwrence V. Grogan, in Cleveland Park, In com pliment to Miss Anna Lee Hagerman, whose marriage to Mr. Frederick P. Heyward Siddons will take place Tuesday evening. October 28. The party will also be a rose shower for the bride-elect. Miss Rachel Ellis has given up her home at 529 Sixth street and is estab lished in an apartment at 2700 Con necticut avenue, which she has leased for the Winter. The Army Relief Society will be the 'Washington. Puas Julius Garfinckel &Cq BEAUTIFUL NEW APPAREL for MISSES, JUNIORS and GIRLS At Moderate Prices WE are presenting - distinctly original " and smart fashions in apparel, made especially for us by the best designers. J7OR Sports, for Street and School wear, and for every Social Occasion, there is a wide, delightful choice of the most exquisite models. COATS DRESSES SUITS MILLINERY SWEATERS SKIRTS MIDDIES BLOOMERS UNDERWEAR ACCESSORIES F Street Corner of 13™ Encouraged hy the Success of Our First Offering — We Re s2s peat the Event. “Ensemble” Jfy Three-Piece Costume DRESSES [ Y 525 11/ Included at This Price Are I [ Uw $25 100 Personally Selected / NEW FALL DRESSES THE FINEST TYPES—THE NEWEST W* COLORINGS—THE LATEST MODES— 7 <•% A WONDERFUL COLU3OTION IN AUU Dresses That Are Distinctive Enough to Warrant a Regular 535 to 349A0 Marking~Choice, $25 I Breton 1309 G St. —- THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON. D. C., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1924. beneficiary of the air circus which will be given tomorrow afternoon at Bolling Field under the direction of Maj. Henry B. Claggett. The events will begin at 3 o’clock and the Army Band will play from 2 o’clock on. The Elks’ Clown Band will play through the afternoon, having donated their services. There will be large reserva tion for parking cars on the north end of the field, leaving the south end for those who go by street car. Among the events will be maneuvers by five planes, the ascent of a bal loon. demonstration of aerial photog raphy, an exhibition of pursuit fly ing by the newest plane of the Army, the PW-S; the bombing of a tempo rary town, the laying of a smoke screen and as a finale the review of all planes at Bolling Field. State Department Men to Match Diplomats at Tennis. A group of State Department offi cials will play the diplomats who par ticipated in the tennis tournament held on the courts of Mrs. John B. Henderson. The matches will be played on the courts of Mr. and Mrs. I .am mot Belln. at Evermay. their home in Georgetown, the first game being scheduled for tomorrow. The State Department team Includes the Undersecretary of State, Mr. Joseph C. Grew; Mr. Allen W. Dulles, Mr. Hugh Wilson, Mr. E. C. Wilson. Mr. Arthur Uine, Mr. Belln, Mr. George A. Gordon and Mr. F. A. Gunther. The. diplomats who will play will he Mr. Hertelendy of the Hungarian Legation, who won the diplomatic tournament: Mr. O. H. Thompson of the British Embassy, Mr. Haung and Mr. Young of the Chinese legation, Mr. de Sousa I-e-ao Grade, charge d’affaires of the Brazlllon Embassy and Mr. Roberto Goncalves of the Brazilian Embassy. Senor Mariano Amoedo of the Spanish Embassy and the Marquis di Bernezzo of the Ital ian Embassy. The first match will be played tomorrow afternoon and the finals Sunday. Controller of the Treasury and Mrs Dawes entertained informally at din ner last night at the New Willard. Mrs. J. Borden Harriman was host ess at luncheon yesterday, entertain ing at Sherry's in New York in com pliment to Mrs King Carley and Mrs. Edward S. J McVickar. Mr. and Mrs. R. Golden Donaldson and their daughter. Miss Ruth Don aldson. who leased Highwood from Mrs. Henry P. Corbin for the Summer, (Continued on Ninth Page.) MRS. JAMES MII-TON ROWE, An Mlm Mary Imlrle, ike was man-eld In the Chevy Chase PreahyterlanJ Church Wednesday evening. A reeeptlma at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Imlrle. followed the ceremony. 12lh and G Sts. Furriers Since IW6 2 Specials for Tomorrow Why Buy a doth Coat—When you Can Buy a Fur Coat at These Prices— Short Far Coats— 50 Caracals with Fox Collar i Northern Seal (Dyed Coney).« f M Persian Lamb Worth $125.00 to $150.00 Long Fur Coats— C 4 I N (|() 4S to 50 Inches I 1 _ avt/ Northern Seal (Dyed Coney).. I # I With collar and cuffs of Squirrel or \ B B skvnk . Marmink, trimmed with tails.. Muskrat, 2 different stvles ! Worth $175.00 to $225.00 FOR YOUNG FOLKS AND YOUTHFUL APPAREL FOR EVERY WOMAN\ F Tenth St. ° Unusual Values for Saturday t Selling In Underwear—Hosiery and Mill mery j Dainty Silk Teddies Beautiful radium teddies of excellent quality trillium silk. A splen- Os a QC did variety of styles. 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