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SOCIETY The President and Mrs. Hoover Have as a Guest Mrs. Large, Sister of Mrs. Hoover. THE President and Mrs. Hoover have with them Mrs. J. H. Large, the sister of Mrs. Hoover, who has been staying at their 8 street home since March 4. The Vice President," Mr. Curtis, had with him over night in his apartment at the Mayflower his son, M>. Harry King Curtis of Chicago, who went to New York this morning and will return to Chicago Saturday. The Ambassador of Mexico and Senora de Tellez gave a brilliant recep tion last evening in the embassy on Six teenth street, in honor of the undersec retary of the department of education of Mexico, Senor Moises Saenz, who is their guest for a short time. The company of several hundred included members of the cabinet, the diplomatic corps, Sena tors and Representatives and other offi cials of this Government, with many of the Army, Navy and residential circles. The embassy, so well adapted for such entertainment and so beautiful in its own decorations and furnishings, had little additional adornment, clusters of tulips, lilacs and roses being used ar tistically in the drawing rooms and halls. The ballroom across the front of the house was well filled with dancers,' and the terrace, gay with many colored lights, was also arranged for dancing, and had an enticing band. Tables were placed close to the rail all the way around and supper and punch was served there. ’ The exterior of the em bassy was as much of a picture as the interior, the lilac bushes and the grace ful young flowering fruit trees in the yard being in full bloom for the occa sion. The dining room and conserva tory, where supper was served, were quite as popular as the terrace, and there were many who visited the Mexi can room on the upper floor and stopped en route to enjoy the library. The Ambassador and Senora de Tel lez received in the drawing room at the head of the stairway, assisted by Senor Saenz. Senora de Tellez wore a grace ful and becoming gown of delicate black lace, the long, full skirt almost touch ing the floor. On each side of the skirt a large bow of flesh-color satin was tied beneath the lace and a dainty cluster of tiny flowers tied in the knot. The sleeveless bodice was dropped from the shoulders, the top of flesh-color satin, and garlands of dainty flowers , served as shoulder straps. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everett Gann, brother-in-law and sister of the Vice President, Mr. Charles Curtis, held im promptu receptions wherever they stop ped long enough to chat. Mrs. Gann wore a handsome gown of white chiffon brocaded in silver and trimmed with silver lace and rhinestones, her orna ments being of jade. Secretary of War a Guest. The Secretary of War, Mr. James W. Good, and the Secretary of Labor and Mrs. James J. Davis were among those from the cabinet circle at the party. Mrs. Davis wore a becoming gown of mauve chiffon, the hemline being un even. and her slippers of satin in a deep er shade. The many diplomats at the party in cluded the Ambassador of Peru, Dr. Velarde; the Ambassador of Brazil, Senhor S. Gurgel do Amaral; the Am bassador of Cuba, Senor Orestes Per rara; the Ambassador of Prance and Mme. Claudel and the Ambassador of Chile and Senora de Davila. Senora de Davila wore a striking gown of black taffeta, draped to the back at a low waist line, the drapery forming a large bow in the back, lined with bright red taffeta. The Belgian Ambassador and Princess de Ligne were accompanied by their daughter, Princess Elizabeth de Ligne. Princess de Ligne had a gown of turquois blue brocaded in silver and fashioned in a draped model, and Prin cess Elizabeth wors a gown of white chiffon. The Ambassador of Turkey, Ahmed Mouhtar Bey, was also in the company, and the Minister of Uruguay and Se nora de Varela and their daughter, Senorita Adela Varela; the Minister of Panama and Senora de Alfaro, the lat ter in a gown of pale blue embroidered in gold and trimmed with gold lace; the Minister of Austria and Mme. Proehnik, she wearing a simple gown of black chiffon, the skirt having un even draperies and the bodice, made high in the back, having a scarf of the chiffon; the Minister of Egypt and Mme. Sarny, the latter in a dress of white chiffon, made on straight lines and embroidered in silver and crystals. The Minister of Persia. Mirza Davoud Khan Meftah, was among the enthusi astic dancers on the terrace: the Min ister of Canada and Mrs. Massey were also in the company, she having a gown of white chiffon made straight and em broidered in silver with a deep circular flounce of black chiffon, also embroid ered in silver about the bottom of the skirt. The new Chinese Minister and Mme. Wu were the center of attention wherever they wandered. She wore her native dress of rare silk in a pale shade of blue brocaded in flowers of delicate hues, made high about the throat, but with moderately short sleeves, and her slippers were of white satin with point ed toes and low Prench heels. Senator and Mr*. King Attend. Senator and Mrs. William H. King were among those from the congres sional circle, as were Representative and Mrs. Fred A. Britten and Representative and Mrs. S. Wallace Dempsey. Mrs. King was in a draped model in flowered taffeta, Mrs. Britten wore chiffon, in a neutral shade with small furturistic figures in bright colors, her deep red ostrich feather fan matching her slip pers and the predominating color in the gown. Mrs. Dempsey had a gown of chiffon which shaded from white at the neck to deep orchid at the hem fine, embroidered in crystals. 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The guests also Included the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aviation and Mrs. William P. MacCracken, Jr„ the latter wearing a jade green chiffon gown with ornaments of emerald and diamonds; Gen. Albert C. Dalton, Gen. George Barnett, Mrs. Jacob Leander Loose, Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harri man, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smoot, Col. and Mrs. George C. Thorpe, Mrs. Fran cois Berger Moran, Mrs. Robert Hinck ley and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Percival McCeney-Wer lick; Mrs. Peter A. Drury, Col. and Mrs. Charles B. Drake, Miss Barrine Drake, former Representative Frank W. Mon dell, Mrs. Alexander Gregg, Miss Marion Jardlne, daugter of former Secretary of Agriculture and Mrs. William M. Jar dine; Mrs. Elonzo Tyner, Baron and Baroness von Below, Mrs. William Liv ingston Crounse, Mrs. Abel I. Smith, Mrs. Samuel Williams Earle, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Evans, jr.; Mrs. Karl D. Klemm, who had a strikingly handsome gown of silver metal cloth, the sktrt draped to one side and hanging to the floor and the bodice made with a deep capelike scarf across the front, which was thrown over one shoulder and hung Below the waistline in the back; Mr. and Mrs. Frederic D. McKenney, Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Labat, the Rev. Meade Bolton Mac- Bryde, Mrs. Robert Love Taylor, Mrs. William Laird Dunlop, jr.; Miss Eliza beth Powell Dunlop, Miss Hester Ann Le Ferve, the Commissioner of the Dis trict of Columbia and Mrs. Sidney F. Taliaferro, Mrs. Richard Harrison Lynn, Mrs. Charles H. March, wife of the Federal trade commissioner, and Miss March, Mrs. John Allan Dougherty and Mr. Blaine Malian. The Postmaster General and Mrs. Walter F. Brown will move to their apartment in the Wardman Park Hotel the end of the week. Chief Justice and Mrs. Taft Guests of Bolivian Diplomats. The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and Mrs. William Howard Taft were the ranking guests at the dinner given by the Minister of Bolivia and Senora de Diez de Medina in compli ment to the Bolivian delegates to the Commission of Inquiry and Concilia tion between Bolivia and Paraguay, last evening, in the Chinese room of the Mayflower. The guests of honor, Dr. David Alvestegui and Senor Enrique Finot, were accompanied by their wives, Senora de Alvestegui and Senora Finot. Others present were the Ambassador of Mexico and Senora de Tellez, the Am bassador of Cuba and Senora de Fer- So Many Smart Women Will Wear Lace to the Opera Here is a charming interprets tion . . . thin black lace with lively flounces and two lovely trainlike drapes ... to this ha* ."/Bp been added a black moire jacket; all the wrap you need if it is d(§P French Shop—Second Floor JELLEFF’S ♦ F Street THE WOMAN’S SHOP OF RALEIGH HABERDASHER : || fell w rich browns, blacks, oxford grays or trig brown and white checks, $29.75 to $39.75. (The jacket illus trated, $29.75.) The KNOX Vaga f rated h °sl 0 ! - Breeches — Whipcord, and bies, $8.50 and up. coverts in French blue, wood browns, and brown-and white checks, $17.50 to $22.50. (The breeches il- English Ridii\g lustrated, $17.50.) Jodh bSusk, $25 “others t%%}l 9 'i°Qß<n* 25; Suit *’ sl6 50. $39.75 to $98.50. THE WOMAN’S SHOP OF Raleigh Haberdasher 1310 F Street THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, APRIL’ 9, 1920. GUEST AT BREAKFAST MW * ,<■ V-T v ■ ‘ ~ - ■mK-* >~ > pf*. ,< ~ v -.ivM-iy k ' ‘ , ?r'fpi wSirkk. . k , o <■ y JBt p- T'Si ■ ! ' * * •* : jcv MRS. JAMES E. FECHET. Wife of Maj, Gen. Feehet, chief of the Army Air Service, to be the gue«t of Mm. A. C. Cron at the authors’ breakfast of the National League of American Pen Women, Friday. —Harris-Ewing Photo. rara, the Minister of Uruguay and Mme. Varela, the Minister of Colombia and Senora de Olaya. the Minister of Pana ma and Senora de Alfaro, Senator and Mrs. Royal S. Copeland, Representative and Mrs. Fred A. Britten, the Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Francis White, the charge d’affaires of the le gation of Guatemala and Senora de Fernandez, the counselor of the Cuban embassy and Senora de Altunaga. the first secretary of the Argentine embassy, Senor Conrado Traverso; the first sec retary of the legation of Bolivia and Senora de la Barra, the first secretary of the legation of Costa Rice and Senora de Piza, Dr. Leo S. Rowe, the chief of the Latin-American division of the State Department and Mrs. Dana G. Munro, Mrs. Fairweather Mackenzie and Mrs. Karl D. Klemm. The Minister of Bulgaria and Mme.' Radeff entertained at luncheon today for Prince Cyrill of Bulgaria, who is making a short visit in Washington. The other guests at luncheon were the members of the legation staff. The Minister and Mme. Radeff were hosts at dinner last evening to a com pany of 18, in honor of the Ambassa dor ‘of Great Britain and Lady Isa bella Howard. Senator and Mrs. ~ Walter E. Edge have returned to Washington, after spending a month in their home, at Ventnor, N. J. Mrs. B. D. Foulois, wife of Gen. Foulois, has issued invitations to a luncheon to meet Mrs. Gann April 16. Covers will be laid for 35. The Chief of Staff and Mrs. Charles P. Summerall will entertain at dinner this evening in their quarters, at Fort Myer. Gen. and Mrs. Summerall will entertain at the dinner-dance tomor row evening at the Army, Navy and Marine Corps' Country Club. Assistant Attorney General and Mrs. George R. Farnum went to New York this morning. Mr. Farnum will deliver an address at the dedication of the new customs house this afternoon and they will attend the banquet to be given following the dedication services. Mr. and Mrs. Farnum will return tomorrow to their apartment, in the Wardman Park Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus H. K. Curtis of Philadelphia spent a short time in Washington, coining aboard their yacht Lynndonia, which was anchored in the Cfwvy Chaw COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL 10th Year Expert Edoeatlonal Guidance far Children S to 14 Limited classes insure aeademle progress and cultural development. Conveyance furnished. Small Residence Department Stanwood Cobb Also Conduct* at Eliot, Maine MAST COVE CAMP Salt-water Bathin*—Expert Child Care Berbericlxf TWELFTH-**' S®9. “Elegance Without Extravagance This Time It's Dresses fd'Mk Ensembl CS (For Wednesday Only) Monday Berberich's ‘ t ik a oat cvcn * B|nfi<f | m m BBflr oh ' my! Let us apolo **jr K *y gize for lack of sufficient ’ \ j I service to accommodate \ / / those who waited so pa- \ I / tiently for attention. \ I I Next time well know j \ n/LTK However , T/iis time .. . |n J Berberich’s Announces a Dress And Ensemble Event at ... . **ZfD For ednesday Only And it must he stated that these lovely dresses and ensembles are NOT $25. If you were to buy them at $35 or even $45, you would consider them excellent values. So Berherich's presents this event for the par ticular purpose of familiarising more women with this New and Greater Berherich's Laces — Chiffons —Georgettes Flat r , , . ~« X1 _ . Crepes - Prints - Cloth Coat En- Colors that include Navy, Beige and sembles — Silk Coat Ensembles- tKe new )’* h '*«*? 30 f”f*re* Lace Coat Ensembles- * er ear, » S *" n *- Since 1868 BERBERICH'S 'Twelfth * F St. Potomac River off the Army War Col lege. The engagement of Miss Gertrude Schultze Watson, daughter of Mr. George Devoo Watson and the late Mrs. Watson of New York, to Mr. John Thomas Scully of New York, son of Mrs. Thomas J. Scully and the late Mr. Scully, who was at one time a Repre sentative in Congress from New Jersey, tin's School, in New York, and Mr. tin’s SFchool, in New York, and Mr. Scully graduated from Princeton in 1917 and served as a lieutenant in the United States Navy during the World War. The wedding will take place In the Autumn. Maj. and Mrs. Allan Kimberly are visiting his family in their home at Old Point Comfort. Maj. Kimberly was stationed in Washington for some time during the war and is now on duty at Fort Totten, on Staten Island. Mr. J. H. Edwards of Washington, D. C., Assistant Secretary of the Treas ury in the Roosevelt administration, has returned to Washington after hav ing spent six weeks at the Hotel Chel sea, Atlantic City, N. J. Mrs. George Mesta has leased Fair Oak, the estate of Mr. Henry Coleman Drayton on Beacon Hill, at Newport, for the Summer. The military attache of the Spanish embassy, Maj. Vlctoriano Casajus, who is on leave In Spain, will return the middle of May to his apartment in the Wardman Park Hotel. Mrs. Harry Atwood Colman has sent out Invitations for the marriage of her daughter Edna Ruth to Mr. James Summer Tate, Tuesday, April 30, at 7 o’clock, in the evening, at the Chevy Chase Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, wife of the Governor of New York, will come to Washington the first week in May to spend some time at the Grace Dodge Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Henry will entertain at a fancy dress party this evening In honor of Miss Prue Mason WASHINBTOW PARIS Julius Garfinckel&Co. We *olve your Parking Problem while •hopping here by taking charge of your car TN quest of something wonderful and new in A Spring and Summer clothes, we have spent many intensive hours studying and planning these extraordinary new showings we have now. New Dresses New Coats New Ensembles New Hats New Greenbrier Sportswear For Women and Misses —charming new things... so different.. .so individual and so delightfully young. Also Smart New Outfits for Infants, Girls and Small Boys F Street Corner of 13m I I of Frankfort, Ky., niece of Mrs. Maur ice Thatcher. Conte di Bant ’Ella, who has been with Contessa di Bant ’Elia at the Hotel Plaze in New York for a week, will sail tomorrow aboard the Mauretania for Europe and the contessa will join him abroad in June. Conte and Contessa di Saint 'Elia were in Washington last week, coming here to be received by President and Mrs. Hoover, to whom they were present ed by the Italian Ambassador, Nobile de Martino, now on the high seas en route to Italy. Conte and Contessa di Sant ’Elia spent a couple of weeks at Ward man Park Hotel earlier in the season and on their last visit were at the Carl ton for a few days. Commissioner Jefferson Myers of the United States Shipping Board and Mrs. Myers entertained at a small dinner party Saturday evening. Among the guests were Senator and Mrs. Wesley L. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Witcover. Miss Julia R. Mattis has as her guest for a week, her sister-in-law, Mrs. George Mattis of Champaign, 111., who arrived in Washington last evening. Miss Mattis has recently returned after spending some time at St. Augus tine, Fla. 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