The French Ambassador to Accompany
Justice Mcßeynolds to University
Celebration at Nashville.
THE Ambassador of France.
M. Kmlle Daoschner, arrived
in Washington last evening
fmm New York. where ho
went to attend the tifty-thlrd
annual meet 1n it of the New York
Board of Trade and Transportation,
which was held yesterday, with the
Ambassador ns principal speaker.
The Ambassador will leave Wash
ington this afternoon for Nashville to
attend the semi-centennial relehm.tton
at the Vanderbilt University. He w ill
be accompanied by Mr. Justice James
The Secretary of Labor. Mr. Davis,
will join Mrs. Davis tomorrow in
their apartment in Wardtnan Dark
Hotel, after a short trip through the
.Middle West. The Secretary is In
Pittsburgh today, where he will ad
dress the Pennsylvania Chaml>er of
The Minister of Rumania. Prince
Bibesco. . and liis daughter, little
Princess Priscilla, cam© to Washing
ton this morning from New York,
where, with Princess Bibesco and her
brother, Mr. Anthony Asquith, they
arrived yesterday aboard the Homeric
Princess Bibesco and Mr. Asquith re
mained at the Ritz-Carlton in New
York, and will join the Minister her 6
at the end of the week.
The Minister of Egypt and
Mme. Samy Back to Legation.
The Minister of Egypt and Mine.
Sarny returned last evening from New
York, where they went with the lat
ter's mother. Mme. Uhaouri, who
sailed Tuesday for Europe after
spending several weeks here.
Mme. Chaouri will be In Paris for
a short stay before going to her home
Ftepresentative and Mrs. John W il
liam Summers of Walla Walla, Wash.,
have come from their home where
they spent the Summer, and are
again in their apartment in the Ports
mouth. Their daughter, Miss Jean
Summers, is in school this year in
Mrs. Pierce Butler and Miss Anne
Butler, wife and daughter of Mr. Jus
tice Butler of the Supreme Court,
have gone to New York to remain
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. .1. E. Fechet
have moved to their new house at
8101 Garfield street, which they have
purchased. Gen. and Mrs. Fechet
have occupied the homo of Gen. and
Mrs. Eli A. Helmick at 350 S Garfield
street during their absence In the
Mrs. Elkins, mother of former Sen
ator Davis Elkins of West Virginia,
who has spent several days at the
Mayflower, returned today to her cot
tage at Vent nor. N. J-. where she has
spent the Summer. She will not open
her home here for several weeks.
Rear Admiral Benjamin F. Hutchi
son, commandant of the navy yard,
end Mrs. Hutchison will go to Bal
timore Saturday for the Navy-Prince
ton foot ball game and will have with
them their guests, Maj. gind Mrs.
Cummins of Utica, N. Y., and Mrs.
F. M. Burdick and Miss Ann Burdick
of New York.
Mrs. Hutchison was hostess to a
small company at luncheon today, en
tertaining informally In compliment
to Mrs. and Miss Burdick and Mrs.
Mrs. Lindley M. Hadley, wife of
Representative Hadley of Bellingham,
Wash., who was elected president of
the Congressional Club last Spring,
arrived In Washington, early in the
week with Mr. Hadley, and they are
established in their apartment at Con
gress Hall. Mrs. Hadley is already
engaged upon selecting her committee
chairmen. The club will as usual not
open until the day of the convening
Mrs. James M. Beck, wife of former
Solicitor General Beck, who has been
In Washington superintending remod
eling of their house, at 1624 Twenty
first street, has gone to New York,
where she is at the Gotham for a
Mrs. Davis Ireland, who was at the
Lee House for a short time, has join
ed her daughter. Miss Louise Ireland,
in New York. Miss Ireland will spend
most of the Winter in New York con
tinuing her studies at Columbia Uni
versity. Mrs. Ireland will come back
to Washington next week to put her
house at 1720 Sixteenth street in
readiness for the Winter.
• Mrs. Frederick Dent Grant has as
her guest her brother, Mr. Honore of
Chicago, who came for the marriage
Saturday of Princess Bertha Canta
cuzene, granddaughter of Mrs. Grant,
to Mr. Bruce Smith.
Prince and Princess Cantacuzene,
parents of the bride, have gone to
their home at Sarasota, Fla., for the
I The LOUVRE |
J 11151117 F STREET I
Frocks of Distinction
| „ The Louvre’s reputation is strongly sustained
again this season —for the smartest and most e
original of Autumn Frocks.
The weaves are full of character and the designs
reflect the best thought of leading designers.
Those who like the styles which are different will
be charmed with the presentations here—
In Dress Frocks— $29-50
In Sports Frocks— sl6-50
When you combine the soft, lustrous weaves with
the rich furs—as has been done in these garments
—luxurious garments result.
Effectively modeled—and richly lined.
$65-00 to $250-00
A Venetian ball Is being planned for
the benefit of Neighborhood House and
will he given at the Mayflower Hotel
Monday evening. December 14. Mrs.
WAlter R. Tuekerman Is chairman for
the ball, but has not selected her as
sistants on the committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Kilkenny of
Chicago are at the New Willard for
tin* remainder of the week.
They entertained informally at dln
ti->r last night at the Willard, where
they had four guests.
Mrs. M< Andrew, widow of Maj. Gen.
Janies W. McAndrew, having passed
three months in the White Mountains,
lies returned to 2400 Sixteenth street.
Mrs. Francois Berger Moran will
entertain n party of 12 at tea on the
occasion of the opening of the after
noon tea dances in the Garden today.
Mrs. Walter U. Tuekerman will
be hostess to a company of 20 at tea
this afternoon :it the Mayflower, en
tertaining in compliment to Prince
Mrs. Howard Sutherland, wife of
the former Senator from West Vir
ginia, has returned to their apart
ment in the Wyoming after several
weeks' stay with her sister, Mrs. Hen
derson. In Hancock, Md. Mrs. Hen
derson, who is recuperating from a
severe illness, Joined Mrs. Sutherland
yesterday for a short visit. She will
go the first of next week to Florida
for the Winter. Miss Margaret Suth
erland left several days ago for Yellow
Springs, Ohio, to pursue her studies
at Antioch College, where she Is spe
cializing in journalistic work.
Miss Katharine Sutherland was
hostess to a company of 11 at lunch
eon today fit the Chevy Chase Club,
entertaining in compliment to Miss
Kliror Wheeler. Miss Sutherland will
be one of Miss Wheeler’s attendants
at her marriage, Saturday, October
24. to Mr. Marshall Orme Exnlcles.
Miss Sutherland will go to Cleve
land Friday and will be bridesmaid
for Miss Alice Devin Gundry, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Murton
Gundry of Cleveland, at her marriage
October 21 to Capt. the Hon. Bede Ed
mund Hugh Clifford, M. C., C. M. G.
and M. V. 0., son of Baron Clifford of
Chudleigh, Cgbrooke Park, Devon
Mrs. I. T. Mann and Miss Alice
Mann are again in their home on Six
teenth street after a short visit In
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Johnson have
closed their cottage at Blue Ridge
Summit, Pa., and are in their home
on Sixteenth street for the Winter.
Miss Mary Louise Johnson, their
daughter, who has been In Honolulu
and New Zealand with her sister, Mrs.
C. c. Todd, Jr., has returned to the
Miss Esther l’rager will entertain at
luncheon Sunday at the Crevy Chase
Club in compliment to Miss Elinor
Wheeler, whose marriage to Mr. Jo
seph L. Exnicios will take place Oc
tober 24. The dinner dance Miss Pra
ger had planned giving this evening
for Miss Wheeler and Mr. Exnicios
has been called off.
Mrs. Carl Kettler will entertain at
tea this afternoon in her apartment, at
1367 Connecticut avenue, in compli
ment to her sister. Mrs. Ernest Dun
bar Clark of Seattle, Wash., who is
spending October here. Mrs. Kettler
will be assisted by Mrs. Joseph Sherler,
Mrs. Eugene Whitmore and Mrs.
Olive Danniel. who will preside at the
Mrs. William Meade Coulllng will
entertain at a bridge tea November
25, In the Washington Ciub, for her
daughter, Miss Lettice Lee Coulllng,
In compliment to Miss Maud Mar
shall Mason, a debutante of the sea
son. Miss Coulllng will not make her
debut until next season.
Miss Mary Elizabeth McCauley,
daughter of Mr. and Mr*. John A.
McCauley, and Dr. George R. Elll* of
this city were married this morning
at 9 o'clock in the Dahlgren Chapel
of Georgetown University. Rev.
Dr. Francis Tondorf of the university
officiated, and said the nuptial mass,
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faith, the same as dia- I
monds. This fur house I
has built its reputation I
on Quality and Relia- i|
ft Inspection and com- if
parison of values invited. I
l Eanet & Bacher |
| MANUFACTURING FURRIERS 'S
1413 JF St |
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1925.
IN CAPITAL FOR SEASON
MRS. WARREN IRVING GLOVER,
Wife of the Second Assistant Postmaster General, who, with him, haa returned
to Washington and opened their apartment at the Wardman Park Hotel for
which followed. White Chrysanthe
mums were used on the altar, and at
Itauscher’s, where a wedding break
fast and reception followed, white
Autumn flowers and greens were used.
The bride wore white satin, made
with bouffont skirt and tight-fitting,
sleeveless bodice. The skirt bad a
flounce of lace which fell below the
edge of the skirt. Her tulle veil, which
was arranged In cap effect and held by
orange blossoms, completely covered
her satin train, which fell from the
shoulders. She carried bride roses
with a Hhower of lilies of the valley.
Miss Virginia McCauley was maid
of honor for her sister, and had a
dress of peach-color taffeta, fashioned
similarly to that of the bride, and
trimmed with silver. Her black pic
ture hat of velvet was trimmed with
a single rose on one side of the brim,
from which there was a scarf of tulle
to match her gown wound about her
throat. Miss George Ann McCauley,
another sister of the bride, was
bridesmaid and wore a costume like
that of the maid of honor, the dress
being torquolse blue, the single rose
and tulle matching the dress, and they
both carried sweetheart roses.
Dr. Joseph Burton Murray was
best man. and the ushers included Mr.
John F. McCauley and Mr. William
McCauley, brothers of the bride, and
Mr. Eugene Shreve.
Mrs. McCauley, mother of the bride,
who. with Mr. McCauley, received
with the wedding party, worse a gown
Women’s Footwear gfc
j! The Tabby |
3 One of our smartest. JS
| creations. Embroidered
£ Satin or Patent Pump.
H High or Low Heels. «!
| 1211 G St. N.W. |
Big Two-Day Sale of
Women's V W f »
mims’ Handsome Coats
jgk Just Received From New York
L'l Distinctive Stylet—Smart Fabrics
Luxurious Fur Trimmings
Wonderful $40.50 $69-50 SOB-50
New Topcoats, Special, $25
■ . STYLISH FROCKS
For AD Occasions
i Specially Priced
sls $25 529-50
New Balbriggan & Jersey Sport Dresses, $lO, sls
* \ | Stylish Two-Piece Models in AQ Colors
j I Two-Day Sale of Millinery
f 1200 Hats, regularly $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50 $3.95
w Other Wonderful Hats ....$5 to $12.50
FRIDAY ONLY—TO CLOSE OUT
14 Topcoats, stripes and plain color; $25 values $12.95
11 Wool Jumper Dresses—Misses 4 ; were $lO and sl2 $3.98
18 Wool Sweaters; were $4 to slo—close $1.98 and $2.98
of blond georgette crepe and lace
with a purple velvet flowered hat.
Later In the day Dr. and Mrs. Ellis
started on a wedding trip, the latter
traveling in a gray cloth dress,
trimmed with squirrel, a small close
fitting blue hat and a mole skin coat,
trimmed with squirrel. They will be
at home, after November 15, at 1324
Ijawrence street northeast.
Among the out-of-town guests were
Miss Lorettß Callahan of Greenville,
Tex.; Mrs. Joseph IV. Wise anil Miss
Cora Ann Wise of St. Louis, Mo.,
and l>r. Ralph Snapp of Berryvtlle,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Snow, jr.. en
tertained at dinner last evening, ask
ing a company of 12 to meet their
house guest. Miss Elizabeth Connolly
of New York.
The marriage of Miss Effie S. Mor
gnn, daughter of the deputy commis
sion of patents and Mrs. Edward \V.
Inviting Delighted Approval
s4* TgREATHING in
vibrancy of line and
color the very essence of
life-joyous Autumn, these
dresses, fashioned for
Fall, deserve truly the
commendation of Riz i k
patrons. They are offered
in silk crepe, satin and
crepe de chine. Colors
range happily through
beige, green, pansy and
TWELVE THIRTEEN F
Morgan, to Mr. Edward David Hill,
•on of Mrs. C. A. Ounderman of
Scranton, Pa., will take place this aft
ernon at 5 o'clock in the home of
the bride’s parents, on Randolph
street. Rev. Dr. Joeeph C. Hereon
of the Hamlin M. E. Church officiat
ing. A reception will follow immedi
ately after the ceremony.
Wade-Lester Wedding in
Wallace Memorial Church.
The marriage of Miss Helen Sher
wood Lester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Beard Lester, to Mr. Samuel
Kirby Wade, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Lee Wade, took place last
evening at 8 o'clock, In the Wallace
Memorial United Presbyterian Church,
the Rev. Claire E. Hawthorne officiat
The bride was escorted to the altar
by her father, who gave her in mar
riage, and she wore a gown of white
crepo Elizatieth, beaded In seed pearls
and rhinestones. The court train was
of the satin and was weighted with a
true lover's knot of rhinestones. Her
tulle veil was held by a cap of prin
cess lace and orange blossoms.
Miss Elizabeth Lenora lister was
the maid of honor for her sister and
wore a gown of orchid georgette crejie
trimmed in silver lace and rhinestones,
and she carried Ophelia roses and blue
delphinium tied with orchid ribbon.
The bridesmaids were Miss Adrienne
Elizabeth Wade, sister of the bride
groom. and Miss Margaret Lenora
Bherwood, and they wore frocka of
georgette crepe. Miss Wade in Alice
blue, trimmed in sliver lace, and Miss
Bherwood in corn colored, trimmed in
gold lace. They both carried arm
bouquets of pink rosea and blue
Mr. Henry Entwistle, 2nd, was the
best man and Mr. John I. Costello and
Mr. Carroll E. Elmqulst were the
Following the ceremony a reception
was held at the home of the bride's
parents, when the bridal couple were
assisted in receiving by Mrs. Lester,
mother of the bride, who wore a gown
of pencil blue crepe-back satin, trim
med in ostrich, with which she wore
a Spanish lace scarf and a corsage
bouquet of pink roses, and Mrs. Wade,
mother of the bridegroom, who waa In
a gown of Burgandy satin heavily
beaded, wore a coraage bouquet of
yellow rose*. .. , _ ..
Mr. Wade and hla bride left after
the reception for a Southern wedding
trip, the latter wearing an olive g«*n
faille gown made on straight lines
with a Jabot of lace. Her coat was of
green bengallne and her hat of silver
and green velvet. They will be at
i mart $
£ JZ. i/ 1 Gowns S
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1 /1 lire Dollars y
T: (111/ Mn. AM. $
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'm )) 4\ 63 grease Bids., 11th £
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9 Formerly With Woodward d Lott.rop Y.
home after December 1 at 3520 Con
Am on* the out-of-town guests were
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sherwood of Cam
den, N. J.; Miss Margaret Hherwood,
also of Camden, and Miss Ethel Ma
lone of* Salisbury, Md.
Mrs. Elliott Corby and her daugh
ters, Miss Elizabeth Corby andtMiss
Mildred Corby, will go to New York
Sunday, and Wednesday will sail for
Europe. They will pass the Winter in
Paris, where Miss Mildred Corby will
The marriage of Miss Ruth Frances
Stringer and Mr. Charles Wilson
Handy took place yesterday morning
In hte Shrine of the Sacred Heart.
The ceremony was performed by the
bridegroom’s cousin, ltev. Rudolph J.
The bride, who was escorted to the
altar by her father, was attired in a
gown of shell-pink satin, made on
straight lines, with an apron effect,
the apron and bodice embroidered with
pearls and rhinestones. She wore a
hat to match, and carried a shower
bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the
valley. Her sister, Miss Doris String-
Onr ability to saaks Good Window Shads*
to order at factory prices fives you
A Better Shade for Less Honey.
Draperies. Slip Covers.
1 ( Que St. at Connecticut Ave. V
Every One You Know
drops in the Anchorage, \
one time or another, for I
Luncheon, Tea, Dinner or
There are Three Reasons: t
Dinner, $1.50 t
! Anchorage Apartments
\ in Connection .
“Hats of Tomorrow 1 V Beginning Friday
Shown Today” 1 and All Next Week
1227 F St. ti.W.y
S, I Hat Box
1 J FREE!
V' Ornamental as Well as Useful I
ti/urAnnual jWiUinery Clmir
Adaptations of French Imports *lO
Hundreds of New Hats $ 5
(First Time Shown)
The wonderful co-operation of our New
York office in designing and purchasing
for this sale has been a triumphant success
Small Hats Were r , , Special Purchases
Remodeled to Fit the r en c mpor s Were Made From
large She, Were Reproduced learfinf Desigu „ r>
j Special—For Friday and Saturday I
Afelours J \
/\ \ Velours! Adopted, Accepted , Applauded I
f yY Universally . The Smartest Shapes—All I
Ijj N etc Fall Colors J
er, who was her only attendant, wore
canary georgette over satin, trimmed
In purple and silver, with a purple
velvet hat, and carried yellow chrysan
F St N.W.
.FRIDAY and SATURDAY, ONLY
To Commemorate Our Sixth
pumfs 1 1.7 5
CUT STEEL Usual Price
BUCKLES is $15.00
Black Patent Leather, Black Satin, Black Velvet
Choice of five Buckles
High or low spike Heels
themum*. Mr. Lievin Handy was beat
man for his brother.
A wed ding breakfa Bt for the mem
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