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Advent o£ New Year Is Marked by Return Os Many Absentees Residents Temporarily Out Os City Reopening Homes. Visitors Register During Week. The United States Ambassador to Spain, Mr. Ogden H. Hammond, ac companied hy Mrs. Hammond and their children, Mary, Millicent and Ogden H. Hammond, jr., are coming to Washington today from New York City, and will he at the Carlton Hotel for several days. Mrs. Jacob Lea.nder Loose of Kansas City, will' arrive today and take possession of the apartment in the Mayflower Hotel which she has leased for the remainder of the sea son. Mrs. It. F. Hutchison, wife of the commandant of the navy yard, has returned from Utica, N. Y., where She was called by the sudden death of her father. Mr. George M. Weaver, in an automobile accident. Mrs. Hutchison will discontinue her Mon days at home for the remainder of the season. Mrs. W. Morgan Shuster has re turned to Washington and is with Mrs. William Shuster at the Somer *ett at Sixteenth and R streets. Mrs. W. Morgan Shuster has spent three rears abroad and was for most of the time with her twin grandchildren, son end daughter of the Conte and ton lessn Cacciaguerra Ranghieri. in Florence, Italy. Contesst Cacciaguerra Ranghieri was formerly Miss Litie Me Elroy Shuster. Prof. Albert Bushnell Hart of Har vard University. Judge Ralph W. E. Donges of Camden. N. J-; Judge Al bert Ladner of Philadelphia, Mr. Nor man Hevd of Toronto, Mr. John Lentz of Columbus, Mr. M. P. Adams, Mr. Rodney Brandon and Mr. Thomas Howell of Mooseheart, spent Friday and Saturday at the Carlton Hotel, having come to attend the meeting of the board of governors of the Loyal Order of Moose, called by the Secre tary of Labor and held at the hotel. Former Attorney General and Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer have taken a suite at the Carlton Hotel for a few weeks prior to their departure for their home in Miami Beach, Fla., having leased their apartment at the \\ ardman Park Hotel for the rest of the season, Mrs. F. D. Meigs will close her home at 1734 P street Tuesday and go to Providence for a week’s visit before sailing Wednesday, January 12, aboard the Franconia for a cruise through the Panama Canal to Cali forni, then'acress the Pacific to Hono lulu, Siam, Fiji Islands, Australia, Africa and South America. She will return to New York in June. Mrs. Meigs returned in October from sev eral months' tour of the British Isles. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graham of Broad Branch road entertained the B. G. H. Y. Bridge Club of Chevy Chase, D. C., last week. Mr. Buckingham won the men's first prize and Mrs. Buckingham .won the ladies’ first prize. Miss Clara B. Williams, social ad visor at Woman’s College of Alabama, Montgomery, Ala., is spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs. C. B. Watts and family, in Georgetown. A number of informal parties are being Given in her honor. Miss Celia Stern of 1411 Hamilton street, left Washington December 22 for New York City, after which she is leaving for Florida. Miss Stern now is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Simon, on West 112th street, New York. Alabamans Announce “Home-Coming Program The Alabama State Society, Thurs day, at 8:30 o’clock in the evening, at Meridian Mansions, 2400 Sixteenth street, will hold its annual home coming reception. The evening will emphasize the hearty good-fellowship of the home State, and all of her sons and daughters are cordially invited. Mr. I. Y. Bain, the president of the society, announces as honorary guests of the organization will be Judge and Mrs. Joel B. Brown of Montgomery, Ala., who will also make the address of the everting, and Commissioner and Mrs. R. V. Taylor. The president of the society will be assisted by Senator J. Thomas Heflin, Representative and Mrs. John McDuf fie, Representative J. Lister Hill, 1 1 Beginning Tomorrow! Every Cloth Coat in Stock May Be Bought at m B B m m Mj This reduction is particularly significant in view of the fact that our stock consists of the highest grade garments in the most desirable styles and the much wanted colors of CRACKLE BLUE AND BLACK Tn Misses’, Women’s and Extra Sizes Substantial Reductions Also on All Fur Coats! SOCIETY. GIFTED MEMBER OF SOCIETY __ ■ - ' a ' ” y -. vv.v- ; : ' MRS. HENRY R. RATHBONE, Wife of Representative Rathbone of Illinois, a gifted writer, who will soon Eubllsh another book of poems. Mrs. Rathbone divides ,her time between, terary work and society. Representative H. B. Steagall, Repre sentative and Mrs. Lamar Jeffery. Representative and Mrs. W. B. Bowl ing, Representative William B. Oliver, Representative and Mrs. Miles C. All good. Representative and Mrs. E. Ft. Almon, Representative and Mrs. George AT. Huddleston, Representa tive and Mrs. W. B. Bankhead, and Mrs. Q. B. Newman, first vice presi dent; J. P. Machen, second vice presi dent; Mrs. H. R. Fulton, third vice president; Mr. A. M. Laster, secretary; Miss Florence E. Hughey, treasurer, and Mr. R. Lee Barnes, Lieut. Col. Noble J. Wiley, Mrs. J. F. Johnson, Col. A. L, Brindley, Mrs. H. O. Sar gent and Mr. C. A. Beasley. Violin solos will he rendered by Mr. Meyer Goldman. The reception wilT be followed by dancing. . Mr. and Mrs. Weinstein To Honor Daughter A supper will be given this evening for Henrietta Weinstein by her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinstein, in honor of her birthday anniversary, when her engagement to Mr. Barney O. Weitz will he announced. Offices for Doctors and Dentists Good Light 24-hour Hotel Service Burlington Hotel Main 8980 Scott Stilson, Manager. THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, D, C?., JANUARY 2, 1927—PART 2. \^Hy ' The Best Furs / for Over Sixteen Y ears l ONLY/ \ / VG Sl| \Star*J \ End-of-the-Season SALE™iFURS Offering the Most Amazing Pries Reductions We Have Ever Announced Every garment must go! The Capitol Fur Shop does not carry its stocks over from one season to the other — and true to our policy oi giving the public VALIjE vdien they want it WE ANNOUNCE “END O’ THE SEA rfZ&ZaL SON” PRICES AT THIS TIME! We know we are early xSp —we know that these prices seem unbelievable—BUT 2sk9!KR OUR successful season has earned for tSaaTOv us ITS PROFIT-WE HAVE CUT EVERY PRICE TO THE BONE! Think of Such Prices! $350 ami $375 Rac- t 1 EVERy COAT $525 Natural Siber- I W is % ▼ i H 1 ian Squirrel Coats, L# is a r a «- um <ox col I RIUD CAPITOL $350 for the FUR 2 ls Dyed SquirTel following: GARMENT *250 Caraculs. I | Extra Special Mole,ki " 9 Ponies. 3 Fine $2,00 10 Muskrats . a»S„. O .. 16 Bay Seal COATS Coats— Plain and squir- ToC.os.Oue $l5O rel collars and In This Sale at t CUES. $215 Marmink . - $A Coats, plain and fox 6 Broadttfcl 1 S—- I I.jU . _ Brown, tan and I $125 1 <ray ' I IfgL CAPITOL FUR SHOP fflE Annual Charity Ball, With Rare Features, Appeals to Society (Continued from Fifth Page.) dentlal party may receive the courtesy due them. In the receiving line will be Mrs. Frederick H. Brooke, president of the hoard of lady visitors; Mrs. Stanley Rinehart, chairman of the ball com mittee; Mrs. Walter Stilson Hutchins, Mrs. James F. Curtis, Mrs. John F. Drvden, Mrs. Richard WiJmer, Mrs. Eldrldge Jorden and Mrs. Arthur O’Brien. The floor committee consists each yeas of prominent members of the Senate and House of Representatives and citizens of Washington. Speaker Longwprth Is chairman of the com mittee this year. Assisting Mr. Long worth as his aides will be Mr. Davis. Secretary of War; Mr. drew. Under secretary of State; Mr. Harrison, Assistant Secretary of State; Senator Bingham, Senator Couzens, Senator Edge. Undersecretary of the Treasury Gerard Winston. Senator Frederick Hale, Representative R. S. Aldrich. Representative Robert L. Bacon. Rep resentative Ogden L. Mills, Repre sentative M. E- Crumpacker, Admiral Andrew T. Long, Capt. Emory Scott Land, Mr. Frederick H. Brooke, Mr. Phillip Coffin, Mr. George Garrett, Mr. Charles C. Glover and Dr. Stanley Rinehart. The following are members of the Board of Lady Visitors of the Chil dren’s Hospital; Mrs. Frederick H. Brooke, president; Mrs. James W. Wadsworth, jr.; Mrs. Charles C. Glover, Mrs. Thomas Bell Sweeney. Miss L. Williamson, Mrs. Paul H. Bastedo, Mrs. Joseph Bradley. Mrs. James F. Curtis, Mrs. Walter Stilson Hutchins, Mrs. Stanley Rinehart. Mrs. Peter Geolet Gerry, Miss Alice Clapp, Miss Elsie Cassels, Mrs. C. Thomas Dunlop, Mrs. John F. Dryden, Mrs. John w. Davldge, Miss Maud Davidge, Mrs Victor Kauffniann, Mrs. William Doeller, Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins, Mrs. Reginald Fendall, Mrs. John Crayke Simpson, Mrs. William J. Flather, jr.; Mrs. Carroll Glover, Mrs. R. M. Kauffmann, Mrs. James M. Green, Mrs. Cary T. Grayson, Mrs. John H. Gibbons. Mrs. Randall Hagner, Mrs. Frank Hight, Mrs. Herbert Howard. Mrs. John Ihlder, Mrs. Eldridge Jorden, Miss Bessie J. Kibbey, Mrs. Simon Kann, Mrs. Alan. Kirk. Mrs. Louis C. Lehr, Mrs. Joseph Lelter, Miss Bertha Looker, Mrs. Ridley Mc- Lean. Mrs. H. C. Moses. Mrs. Upshur Moorhead. Miss Julia Mattls, Mrs. Wil liam B. Noble, Mrs. AYthur O’Brien, Mrs. Ross Perry, Mrs. Cuno If. Rudolph, Mrs. Richard D. Simms. Mrs. Herbert Slocum. Mrs. Benjamin Hol combe, Mrs. Stephen H. Slocum, Mrs. Louis Titus. Mrs. Lee Warren, Mrs. Harold Walker. Mrs. Richard Wilmer, Mrs. Reginald Walker and Mrs. Prloe ■ Whitaker. It is customary for the President and Mrs. Coolidge to remain at the ball for about an hour, greeting their friends among the dancers. Governor as Honor Guest Os “ Keystone “ Society Gov. John S. Fisher of Pennsyl vania. who will be inaugurated Jan uary' 18, will be the honor guest at the ‘‘governor’s night" reception of the Pennsylvania Society of Washing ton January 28. This meeting will be held in the New Willard Hotel ball room, and the capacity of the ball room will be taxed by Pennsylvanians anxious to extend greetings to the new Governor of the Keystone State. Gov. Fisher goes into the office as chief executive with the largest ma jority ever given a candidate in Penn sylvania. He is well known, among his fellow citizens residing in the Cap ital. In his address .to the society he will explain how it feels to be gov ernor after an experience of 10 days. In the reception line will be the congressional delegatiQn and other members of the society. After the program there will oe dancing. 20th Century Club Plans Midwinter Reception The Midwinter reception of the Twentieth Century Club took place Wednesday afternoon at Woodlawn, Cleveland Park, the residence of Miss Agnes Miller. Receiving with the president, Mrs. Philip Sidney Smith, were seven of the former presidents of the organization. They were Mrs. David White. Mrs. U. G. B. Pierce. Mrs. Thomas W. Sidwell, Mrs. Edward B Clark, Mrs. Lyman B. Swormstedt, Mrs. William H. Herron and Mrs. Frederic E. Farrington. Assisting in the dining room were Mrs. D. A. Skin ner, Mrs. Frederic B. Pyle, Mrs. Alfred Brooks, Mrs. Leonard L. Harter, Mrs. Frank Ballou, Mrs. Rutland Beard and Mrs. Edward Washburn. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE ALL APPAREL TOMORROW (MONDAY) AND CONTINUING ALL WEEK Every Garment in Our Entire Stock Has Been Priced to Insure an Immediate Clearance Unprecedented Reductions Now Prevail AM °f the season*s most desired A materials and in a variety of col ■ ■ ■/% I ors. Fur trimmings consisting of W ™ ® Squirrel, Seal and Marmink. | Group 1-Now $kQ-®® Group 2 Now " " ■ ■ J ' n _ For Street, Afternoon , C B C Dance and Evening ■ M » 0 wear, the newest J B j J J B j J modes and varied shades A —scores of different models —-• Materials consisting of crepes , georgettes , satins , taffetas, chiffons, rW i;ote, beaded and silver lace effects, ’ Group i- Now $ | o*®® Group 2- SsSiS Now s|g ®® LINGERIE DEPT. SPECIALS ' Crepe de Chine Chemise §€\ QC Radium and Radionette Slips, Regularly $3.50 *£Zz2 Scalloped Bottom, Also ££ ' Regularly $2.95, £i.—~ Charmette Chemise $1 Oj Hose: /j/j Regularly $2.25, 1= AU-Sitk ChWon Ho., All the Newest Shades mm— — SHOE DEPARTMENT’S of $0 69 Regularly Selling SflV€S Regularly Selling $6.50 to $8.50 $8.50 to $10.50 Gold and Silver $ Q .09 Kid Pumps C) Every shoe brand-new, only grouped For January Clear ance, comprising—patent leather — satins—reptile leathers and tan calf—-for street, dress wear and all occasions. 1 _ .. We Solicit Charge Account* SOCIETY.