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SOCIETY Mrs. Coolidge Occupying Executive Box at Horse Show This Afternoon for a Short Time. MRS. COOLIDGE is occupying the presidential box at the National Capital horse show for a short time this after noon and has a guest or two with her. Ambassador of Great Britain fn New York for Brief Stay. The Ambassador of Great Britain. Sir Esme Howard, went to New i ork this morning and will return Sunday night. Mme. Daeschner, wife of the Am bassador of France, will receive this afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock In the embassy, at 2640 Sixteenth street, when she will be assisted by her daughters, the Miles. Daeschner. The Minister of Poland and Mme. Wroblewska will entertain a small company informally at dinner this evening in compliment to Mr. John Clechanowski. former counselor of the Polish legation in London, Eng land, who is visiting in Washington. The Minister of Lithuania and Mme. Bizauskas returned to Washington this morning after spending about 10 days In New England. The vice president of the Domini can Republic. Senor Federico Velas quez. will arrive in Washington this evening for a short stay, and will bf at Wardman Park Hotel, where the Minister of that republic and Senora de Ariza have an apartment. The vice president will be enter tained at luncheon tomorrow by Mr. Sumner Welles, American commis sioner for Dominican affaires, the luncheon to follow his call on Presi dent Coolidge and the Secretary of State, Mr. Kellogg. The counselor of the British em bassy and Mrs. Henry Getty Chilton Will entertain a small company at din ner this evening. Out of-town guests are arriving for the wedding tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o’clock in Bethlehem Chapel of Miss Dorothea de Vere Denys and Mr. G. Evans Hubbard of New York. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Robinson of Tulsa. Okla., brother-in-law and sister of the bride, art here, the former to serve as an usher and the latter as matron of honor and the only attend ant for the bride. Others arriving are Mr. Theodore W. Coch of St. Paul, best man for the bridegroom; Mr. and Mrs. Rushmore Shope and Mr. and Mrs. W. Murray Black of New York, the gentleman to he In the group of ushers; Miss de Merdaud, and Miss Lincoln of Boston; Miss Alice Warren. Miss Anthony and Mrs. George Huntington of Phila delphia; Mrs. Richards. Mr. Ralph Franks of New York and his brother, Mr. Robert A. Franks, jr., an usher; Mr. George deWyss of New York, Mr. George Doriot of Paris, and Mr. Churchill Carmalt and Mr. George Sharpe, both ushers. The party to witness the ceremony in Bethlehem Chapel, when Bishop Freeman and Dr. Robert Johnston will officiate, will be members of the family and intimate friends, and a re ception at the home of Dr. F. Ward Denys, father of the bride, will fol low. Mrs. John H. Loveland was hostess at luncheon yesterday at the Army and Navy Club, entertaining In coin pllinent to Mrs. John Emanuel and Mrs. Frederick Holmer, who will shortly leave Washington. Frau von Lewinski, wife of the counselor of the Germany embassy, was the ranking guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Belmont, who are closing their Washington resi dence the middle of June, will go to New York for a short visit before opening Belcourt, at Newport, where they expect to spend the Summer. They will not go abroad this season. Miss Dorothea Lane, who has recent ly joined her mother. Mrs. Richard Lane, after a year’s stay in Europe, is hostess to a company of 40 at bridge this afternoon in her apartment, at 2400 Sixteenth street. After the bridge additional guests have been asked for tea, when Mrs. Arthur Bliss Lane and Mrs. Tudor Morsell will preside at the tea table. Mrs. Lane is entertaining Mrs. J. D. Larzelere of Norristown, Pa., in whose honor she will be hostess at bridge tomorrow evening. Mrs. Edward Douglas White, widow of the late Chief Justice, will close her house here early next month and go to her home in New London. Conn., for the summer. Mrs, White has had as SIMMER COTTAGES FOR RENT AT SARANAC INN Tpper Saranac Lake. ADIROKDACKS Open June 1. JB-H»lr Championship Golf. All land and water anort* Certified Milk. Clientele socially desirable. Cottaccs fur niehed and cared for: meals at hotel. We entertain no one with tubercular trouble. Addresi until June I. Harrlncton Mills. Hotel Grafton. Washington, D. C. J .-aning & Repairing J Oriental & Domestic Rugs $ \ NESHAN G. HINTLIAN \ $ 1206 18th N.W.—At Conn. Ave. * J Phone Main DS7B / ■? r/lpplimie | B exquisite L in n new |f) w Kui with g leather !j>\ s. Artisti- p shed with V jopuhr nil I) ;raft I 5/EAPA £ STREET!* k -a SOCIETY. her guest for a week Mr. and Mrs. James Garter of Philadelphia, the lat ter a niece of Mrs. White. Rev. T. C. Lyon and family of Washington Court House, Ohio, and Rev. Hugh M. Lyon of Ashland. Ohio, were called to- Washington by the serious Illness of their father, the Rev. W. M. Lyon. Miss Edna M uncaster has returned from a month stay in California. Mr. Norman W. Wrenn announces the engagement of his daughter Katherine to Russell Fowler Lynch, the wedding to take place the early par; of July. Lady Bettie Fielding, daughter of the Earl of Denbigh, who has been with Lady Isabella Howard, wife of the Ambassador of Great Britain, through the Winter, has been visiting the British consul general in New York and Lady Armstrong, yes terday went to Quebec, where she will be the guest of the Lieutenant Governor of Quebec until she sails from Montreal Friday, May 29, for England. Col. and Mrs. William P. Wooten have as their guest for a few days Mrs. Rogers Clay of Kentucky, Mrs. Wooten's sister. Mrs. Joseph B. Kallipus was hostess at bridge, followed by tea. Wednesday, at her home in Georgetown. The guests included Mrs. Edward Hall Walker. Mrs. Arthur B. Hayes, jr.; Mrs. George Rothwell Sheriff, Mrs. Pierce Riddle. Mrs. Nimitz, Miss Kath erine Fenning, Miss Helen McCabe and Miss Dorothy McCabe. The Rev. William Henry Pettus. rector of St. Mark's Church. Capitol Hill, has returned home, after visit ing relatives in New York City. Mrs. Larz Anderson Is at her resi dence on Massachusetts avenue to re main until Monday. While here she will attend the fellowship tea of the Pen Women's League tomorrow after noon and some of the closing meetings of the league of which she Is an official. Mr. Anderson is at Hot Springs. Va. Mrs. Arthur Charles Watkins enter tained the girls- of the senior class of Friends School at dinner at the Cos mos Club last evening in honor of her daughter. Miss Olive Lucy Wat kins. The guests were; Miss Dorothv Mae DufT, Miss Ida Goodioe, Miss Marion Leech. Miss Carolyn Pitchlvnn and Miss Virginia Williams. After dinner Miss Watkins took her guests to the Earle. Ambassador to Germany Mailing for Post June 10. The newly appointed United States Ambassador to Germany, Dr. Jacob Schurman, who has been in Wash ington for a short stay, expects to sail Wednesday. June 10, for his post in Berlin. Mrs. Jones, wife of Rear Admiral Hilary P. Jones, has gone to New York, where she is at the Vanderbilt for a short stay. Mr. Rafael R. Govin, jr.. and his brother-in-law. Mr. John D. Schoon maker, Jr., will be among the ushers at the marriage of Miss Helen Mac farlane Hines, daughter of former United States Railroad Administrator and Mrs. Walter D. Hines, to Mr. ’ ’ JL ! ** Quality Value Service I | »[» Thirteenth Street Above F * * $ HOT-WEATHER FROCKS I * * i» ‘ Such Values Will Sell Quickly JL «» i, * # Fr*ck» of jfnrrUf. (h <4 »7C Every smart rolorin* I eM Thine. C 'iTnvre r ed, rr 'printed J? |/| .It) »"«• " Mu ’- T P"** 4* 1 and utrlped Summer ■ Newest styles for present J, ; * * silks, ete. * and hummer wear. ”** Early Shopping is Advised g a I A PROTEST AGAINST ROUGH RIDING ROLLS ROYCE “ALL roads are good roads to a Rolls- Royce,” exclaimed a man who was taking his first trip in one* “I never imagined any mot car could take that bad stretch so comfortably.” The extraordinarily flexible springs of a Rolls-Royce, together with their unique method of suspension, account for tne perfection of Rolls-Royce rid ing comfort. Notice how long the can tilever rear-springs are! They reach almost to the foredoors. Notice how, on even the roughest roads, the body seems almost to float along above the wheels! The springs absorb every bump and rut. Only the accurate body balance of Rolls-Royce could make such performance possible. The springs, as with every other mechanical part, are unconditionally guaranteed against failure for three years. $2 per car unbelievable as it sounds —is all it has cost us to keep that guarantee. Imagine the economy of owning such a wonderful motor car ! A motor-car which after 20 years is still a car to be proud of! Let us take you on a 100-mile trial trip and acquaint you with a surpass ing comfort never before dreamed of in land travel. WASHINGTON SHOWROOMS 2400 Sixteenth St. a RANCHES AND MAINTENANCE DEPOTS IN LEADING CITIES .A THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, IX C., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925. Paul Tlaon. The ceremony will be performed Monday afternoon. June 1. at 4 o’clock. In the chapel of St. Bartholomew’s Church. New York, the Rev. Dr. Henry E. Cobb, rector of West End Collegiate Church, officiat ing, in the presence of a small com pany of the members of the two families and a few intimate friends. A reception in the Colony Club will follow. Miss Hines will have as her maid of "honor Miss Marion Leary and the bridesmaids will include Miss Claire Tison, Miss Mary Steers, Miss Mary Van Renseelaer Cogswell and Miss Frances Ward of Kansas City. Mr. Alexander Tison, Jr., will be best man for his brother, and Mr. E. Van Dyke Cox, Jr.; Mr. Edward Watts, Jr.; Mr. Dexter Hawkins. Mr. Mason Partridge, with Mr. Govin and Mr. Schoonmaker, will be the ushers. Mrs. E. H. G. Slater, who closed her home on Eighteenth street yes terday, has gone to Providence, R. 1., where she will spend the week end with her sister, Mrs. T. Shaw Safe. Mrs Slater will be the guest In whose honor Mrs. E. Bruce Merrlman ■will entertain at dinner Sunday evening. Mrs. Slater will go on to Newport to spend the Summer. Senator and Mrs. Joseph T. Robin son were among the guests at tea yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Edward Hines of Evanston, 111., who enter tained on the lawn of the Casino at Hot Springs. Miss Helen Strauss, Miss Ruth Stoddard and Miss Bessie McKeldin are debutantes of a year ago whose work is on exhibition at the National School of Fine and Applied Art, at 1747 Rhode Island avenue. The exhi bition opened this morning and will continue through Sunday from 10 o'clock In the morning until 9 o’clock at night. Other well known students who are showing their work of the year are Miss Dorris Wagner, Miss Jane Parker, Miss Mary Pendleton. Miss Marv Ritchie and Miss Mary White. Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Corby are the guests of Mrs. Corby's sister. Mrs. M. L. Coe of Buffalo. N. Y. They will return for the lawn fete and card party the building committee of the Woman's Club of Bethesda will hold on the spacious grounds of the Corby residence on Rockville pike, Wednesday, June 3, at 2 o'clock. Tomorrow evening a strawberry festival will be held in Pierce Hall, All Souls’ Church, Sixteenth and Harvard streets, under the auspices of the Women's Alliance. Miss Katherine Rlgga. harpist, will open the entertainment promptly at 8; 15 o’clock. A number of special features appropriate to the occasion will follow. A song cycle. "In Springtime.” will be rendered by Mrs. Crater. Mrs. Fast, Mrs. Richards. Miss Liel Rose. Mrs. Walter, Mrs. Dulaney. Mrs. Ben ham and Mrs. Dyer. Miss Bolton, ac companist. There will be violin se lections by Joseph Kaspar and a group of his pupils. Refreshments wtl. be served on the terrace, followed by dancing. Pink Parasols as Sign Posts to Richardson Estate. To reach Dr. C. W. Richardson’s country place, where the "Quest of the I’ink I’arasol" is to be given on Saturday at 4 o'clock for the benefit of St. Margaret's School. Tokio. drive out Connecticut avenue to Grant road, FOOD !8 PREPARED THE WAY YOU I.IKE IT Dinner served from 5 :30 to 8 p. m. F and 12th N.W. VISITORS FROM PORTO RICO MRS. HORACE M. TOWNER, Wife of the Governor of Porto Rico, and their daughter, Miss Constance Town er, visiting in Washington. Upon the governor’s return from San Juan, they wUI take a trip to their home in lowa. turn to the right and follow the pink parasols. Mrs. W. D. Chandler, 1337 Connecti cut avenue: Mrs. John Philip Hill and Miss Tomlin are In charge of tickets. Mrs. Harriet Hawley Locher, presi dent of the District League of Ameri can Pen Women, will meet, tonight with her executive board and chair men of committees at the league club house, 1709 H street. Following a brief business session, which will be gin at 8 o’clock, Mrs. Locher will be hostess at a tea to the board and com mittee chairmen. Tomorrow afternoon, from 4:30 to 6:30 o'clock, the last fellowship tea of the year will be held at the club house under the auspices of the fel lowship committee, of which Mrs. Agnes M. Newman Is chairman. Mrs. Newman will be assisted by Mrs. Edna M. Colman, national president; Mrs. Clarence M Busch, first national vice president; Mrs. Daniel C. Chace. na tional recording secretary; Mrs. Har riet Hawley Locher, District presi dent, and Mrs. Dorothy De Muth Wat son. first District vice president. Mrs. Theodore Tiller, former presi dent of the District League, and Mra. William Atherton Du Puy, former na tional president of the organization, will preside at the tea table. They will be assisted by Mrs. Annie Manchester. Miss Grace Hudson, Miss Florence Marshall. Miss Edna Rob erts, Miss Jean Stephenson and Miss Shops j HOSIERY' A>V The Footwear / Style Center And They’re "Qull” 6709 VT Blond Kid I New Spike Heel «t S If It's New You’ll See It Here V Fifth Avenue’s Newest Creation Sterling 8-0-8 and Chiffon Silk $1.75 Stockings Full Fashioned 3 pair*, $4.85 20 New Shades I 1337 F Street N.W. WtomfOTOK. |^| 9 Julius Garflnckel &Cq The Smartest New Showings —of— Unusual Apparel IFOR MISSES, JUNIORS AND GIRLS Just Received From Noted Mahers Exquisite Selections at Moderate Prices j Misses' Coats $25. $38.50, $45 to $125 Suits $25, $38.50, $45 to $65 Dresses with Coats to match $29.50, $45, $68.50 to $129 j Dresses sls, $25. $38.50, $45 to slls Hats .......... ...$7.50, $lO, $12.50 to $18.50 | Sweaters and Jackets. $6.75, $8.50, $10.50 to sls GRADUATION AND CLASS-DAY DRESSES Juniors' and Girls' Coats $42.50, $14.50, $19.75 to sllß Silk Dresses $10.50, $14.50, $19.75 to $25 Wash Dresses... .$2.95, $3.50, $5, $7.50 to $lB I Hats $5, $6.50, $7.50 to $14.50 Sweaters $3.50, $5, $7.50 to sl2 Middies sl, $1.95, $2.50 to $5 F Street Corner of 13? J Agnes Winn. Mrs. Busch will be heard in vocal solos, and piano selec tions will be rendered by Mrs. Irene Chalney. All members of the league are ln\ited to attend this last of the fellowship teas. Tea will follow the election of offi cers Monday evening under the direc tion of the chairman of hospitality of the present administration, Mrs. Mil ton E. Reed. Mrs. Horace G. Torbert will be the guest of honor and speaker at the College Women’s Club tea Monday. May 25, from 4 to 6 o'clock p.m , at the clubhouse, 1822 I street. Mre. Torbert will speak on "Pageants and Amateur Theatricals,” matters on which she Is an authority. She will bring several simple costumes and will demonstrate how productions can be staged effectively at little ex pense. Miss Ruth McGowan will be hostess at the tea. Mrs. Henry White will preside at the tea table and will be assisted by Miss Emille Margaret Window Shades Mad* to ordfr at factory price*. A Better ihade for lf§i money. M C DEVITT Main 3211 far Estimates White, Miss Mary Pierce, Mrs. Gros venor Jones and Miss Mary Kelly. Mrs. John Allen Munaon will be hostess at the tea to be given by the Woman’s City Club, 22 Jackson place, Sunday, from 4:30 to 6 o’clock, and will be assisted by Mrs. Marie Stair lawyer, Mrs. Robert J. Bates, Mrs. Retta Campbell and Mrs. William E. Chamberlin. Mrs. Granville Hunt will preside at the tea table. CLERKS’ TIME CHECKED. Full Records of School Force in Efficiency Ratings. Efficiency rating of all public school clerks affected by the classification act which will be compiled for the period between May 15 and November 15, must contain their time records, it was announced today by Supt. of Schools Frank W. Ballou. The records must/ show annual, sick and military leave, leave without pay, tardiness and over time for each employe. These records have been waived in the ratings now being compiled. The advisory committee on ratings appointed by Dr. Ballous includes Ste phen E. Kramer, and Garnet C. Wil kinson, both first assistant superin tendents of schools, and Hugh Mc- Queeney, superintendent of janitors. Dr. Ballou is the reviewing officer. I (fl ' Furriers Since 1916 ’ H ! FUR i STORAGE REPAIRING j REMODELING i Special Low Rates , ' : Call Main 4530 For Storage | ■S' BERTRAM COHN CO. g 18L1235 G St. 'B siNi. M£uttmnsfow Co Just Arrived! Wedding Confirmation Graduation AND Party DRESSES Fashioned in fine quality white georgette crefte, extra quality crefie de chine and fine white a satin — af>f>rof>nately trimmed with f>earl heads and fine laces. .... W° to *69 50 • Are Pleased to Announce their Annual Sale of “BARRIEMORE" WHITE SHOES This white sale in advance of the season will be an * annual event held to direct attention to our complete as sortment of “BARRIEMORE” shoes for summer wear Price of White Shoes During This Sale JSO Actual Value t 0516.50 v Made of selected French kid in all white, white with black and white combined with high colors. 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