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SOCIETY
Ahmed Mouhtar Bey, Turkish Ambassa
dor, Entertaining at Chevy Chase
Club for Turkish Flyers.
rE Ambassador of Turkey, Ahmed
Mouhtar Bey, will be host to a
company of 18 at dinner In the
Chevy Chase Club this evening
In compliment to the Turkish
aviators, MaJ. Sheflk Bey, of the general
puff of the Turkish army; Capt. Perruh
Bey, Lieut. Klazlm and Ahmed Emin
Bey, who flew from New York to Wash
ington this morning.
Senor and Senora de Ferrara
To New York Tomorrow.
The Ambassador of Cuba and Senora
de Ferrara will go to New York tomor
row preparatory to sailing Saturday on
the Leviathan for Europe.
Senora de Ferrara returned from
Boston Monday. They were among the
guests at dinner last evening of the first
secretary of the embassy. Senor Don
Jose T. Baron, when he entertained at
the Terrace Sans Souci at the Carlton
Hotel.
The Minister of Switzerland, Mr.
Marc Peter, Is In New York to meet
Mme. Peter, who Is among the passen
gers arriving aboard the Paris today.
Mme. Peter has been In their Swiss
home since the early Summer, and the
Minister, who went abroad with her,
returned to this country seme weeks ago.
Senator Walter E. Edge has gone to
Newport and Is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles B. Wlggin. Senator Edge
who was recently appointed United
States Ambassador to France, has been
with Mrs. Edge In the home of her
mother, Mrs. Harold Sewall. at Bath,
Me., where Mrs. Edge and their little
family will be until the Autumn.
Representative Allen T. Treadway
Is spending some time at the Elms in
Stockbridge, In the Berkshlrcs.
The United States Ambassador to
Peru, Mr. Alexander P. Moore, left New
York yesterday for a visit in Los An
geles. The Ambassador arrived mNew
York last week from his post and has
been at the Ambassador.
The charge d'affaires of Rumania,
Mr. Frederick Nano, will return tomor
row from a few days’ stay In New York,
where he is at the Ambassador.
The acting military attache of the
French embassy, Maj. Georges , The
nault, was joined this morning by Mme.
Thenault and their tiny daughter, who
have been on Cape Cod with Mme.
Thenault’s mother, Mrs. O. M. Spencer.
The commercial counselor of the
Swedish legation and Mme. Weldel and
their little family have returned from
a 10-day stay at the Henlopen Hotel
at Rehoboth Beach.
Col. U. S. Grant, 3d, returned this
morning from a short vacation with
Mrs. Grant and their daughters, in
Clinton, N. Y„ where they are spend
ing the Summer with her father, for
mer Secretary of SUte. Mr. Elihu Root.
Col. Grant is spending the Summer
with his mother, Mrs. Frederick Dent
Grant, in her home, on New Hampshire
avenue.
Gen. and Mrs. Frank R. McCoy will
return todav to their apartment, at
m* H street, from Charlottesville. Va.,
wnere Gen. McCoy last evening ad
dressed the Institute of Public Affairs
of the University of Virginia.
The military attache of the United
States embassy in London and Mrs.
John R. Thomas, with their daughter,
Miss Huberta Thomas, are in Dublin,
Ireland, for the races. Col. Thomas,
in addition to his London post, Is the
first military attache of the United
States legation in Ireland. His daugh
ter, Miss Thomas, was presented at
court in London recently, and is of
debutante age. Col. Thomas is a son of
the late Senator Thomas of Illinois and
a brother of Mrs. James Draper, who
makes her home in Washington with
her daughter, Mrs. Samuel A. Kim
berley.
Mrs. W. Bayard Cutting, mother of
Senator Bronson Cutting of New Mexi
co, will entertain at tea Tuesday at her
home, Westbrook, Oakdale. Long Island.
The guests will be members of the Bird
Club of Long Island.
Comdr. W. C. Horton, naval attache of
the British embassy, and Mrs. Horton
entertained a company at dinner last
evening at the Plage Deauville at the
Wardman Park Hotel.
The Fourth Assistant Postmaster
General. Mr. John W. Philp. has been
Joined by Mrs. Philp and they have
taken an apartment in Wardman Park
Hotel.
The Governor General of Canada and
Viscountess Willingdon have returned
to Ottawa after a two months’ absence.
They visited the Chief Justice and Mrs.
Taft at Murray Bay and were guests of
Mrs. Whitelaw Reid at her camp on
Upper St. Regis Lake, N. Y.
Capt. and Mrs. Adolphus Andrews,
U. 8. N„ who are spending a vacation
at Westport, on Lake Camplain. en
tertalned at dinner last evening at the
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SOCIETY.
yacht club. Among the guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Smedberg of
New York, Mr. and Mrs. John T. De
bois Wackos Briarcliff Manor, Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred E. Thurber of Tarrytown,
Miss Susan Ord of Albany, Messrs.
Lawrence Y. Spear of New London,
Conn., and Guyon Earle of New York.
Mrs. Edward Beale McLean will en
tertain a large company at a dance
Friday evening at Newport, where she
is occupying the villa By-the-Sea which
she purchased this year. This will be
Mrs. McLean’s first large entertainment
at the resort this season and will be
the first dance In the villa In years.
Mrs. George Mesta will entertain at
a musicale at Newport August 25, when
the program will be given by Mme.
Alda and Mr. Zlmballst.
Mrs. Mesta was a patroness for the
concert given last evening at Swan
liurst, Newport, by Princess Troubetskot,
soprano, and Mrs. Lewis A. Armistead,
pianist.
Mrs. John P. Mayfield of Corsicana,
Tex., sister-in-law of former Senator
Earl B. Mayfield of Texas, is spending
a few days in Washington at the May
flower with her son, Mr. John W. May
field. Mr. and Mrs. Bush Wofford of
Dallas are also here with Mrs. Mayfield
and will accompany her to New York
the end of the week.
Mr. John Baldwin Cochran and Mr.
William Bowie Clarke have returned to
Washington after a few days’ motor
trip through Virginia, going south of
the James River and stopping at Vir
ginia Beach on their way home.
Lieut. T. J. Ryan was host to a small
party at dinner last evening at the
Plage Deauville at the Wardman Park
Hotel.
Miss Callie Doyle, who spent the
month of July at the Vicking Hotel,
Newport, R. 1.. returned to Washington
for a few days and will leave early in
the weex to join friends at the Marl
borough-Blenheim Hotel, Atlantic City.
Mrs. Albert J. Gore, who spent two
months at the Dennis Hotel, Atlantic
City, has joined Mr. Gore and their
son, Mr. Philip Lamer Gore, at the
Westchester Biltmore Country Club,
Rye. N. Y.. and will go with them by
motor to the Manor Richelieu, Murray
Bay, Canada, for the remainder of the
Summer.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Eberhart Haynes,
the latter formerly Miss Frances Lamer
Gore, are sailing from Honolulu this
week for this country, and. after spend
ing several weeks in California, will re
turn to Washington byway of the
Panama Canal.
White-Elkus Engagement
Interesting to Officials.
The announcement of the engagement
of Miss Katherine Elkus to Mr. Arthur
J. White is of much interest here. Miss
Elkus is a daughter of Judge and Mrs.
Abram I. Elkus, her father having
served as United States Ambassador to
Constantinople from July. 1916, until
diplomatic relations between the Turk
ish government and the United States
were severed preceding the entrance
of this country into the World War.
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Final Clearance of Remaining Stock
Closing Out Wednesday
47 Dresses
$ 25 00
Formerly $57.00 , $68,00 , $72.50
<7|vHIS stunning selection of Afternoon and Street
t|L dresses includes the favored Printed Crepes
and Chiffons...a charming variety to choose
from at startling values.
50% Reductions in All Departments!
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A New Wallet
for the new-size bills
It is compact and convenient —
with spaces for license and cards.
Two corners are mounted with
14 Karat gold. Leathers include
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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ TUESDAY, AUGUST 33, 1929.
MARRIED SATURDAY
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MRS. EVERETT SNOWDEN GRUNEWALD.
Who before her marriage Saturday evening was Miss Mildred Claudia King,
daughter of Mrs. John A. King. * —Carter-Bailey.
Mr. White, who has lived for 10 years
In San Antonio, now makes his home
in New York. He is a son of Mrs. Au
gusta White of Boston and of the late
Mr. Samuel White. The wedding will
take place in the Autumn.
The controller of the currency. Mr.
J. W. Pole, and the commissioner of
customs, Mr. F. X. Eble, were among
those luncheoning on the Willard roof
yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Elmer Bacon,
jr.. who have been the guests of Mrs.
Bacon’s parents. Dr. and Mrs. Albert
Joseph Carrico, at Chatham. Mass., for
several weeks, have returned to the
city. , , .
Dr. and Mrs. Carrico, who have been
in New England since early in June,
will return to Washington about Sep
tember 1.
Brig. Gen, and Mrs. Cornelius Van-
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Our entire stork of best-*r*de, "Red Seal''
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derbiit entertained at dinner last eve
ning at their villa, Beaulieu, at New
port in honor of a number of the
yachtmen who are on the annual cruise
of the New York Yacht Club.
Mrs. John Francis Amherst Cecil, for
merly Miss Cornelia Vanderbilt, was a
patroness for the performance of
"Watch Your Step,” given last evening
at Asheville. N. C„ for the benefit of
the Biltmore Hospital.
Mrs. Floyd Williams Is sight-seeing
at St. John, Newfoudland; also other
places of interest. Upon her return
to New York, she will go down to Stone
Harbor, N. J., to visit her parents, Mr.
CONTINUING—
Summer Clearance
Sale of Henderson’s
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Furniture and Lamps
Substantial Reductions such as these
mean ACTUAL SAVINGS for you.
DISCOUNTS
of 15 % to 50%
Prompt selection is in order if you
would profit by these unusual values.
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Fine Furniture, Laces, Upholstering, Paperhanging, Painting
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end Mr*. I. B. Linton, at their cottage,
I for the remainder of the season.
Col. and Mrs. J. A. Barry are pawing
a short time at the Wardman Park
Hotel, having come from their home in
East Orange, N. J.
Mr. and Mr*. Chester Lockwood, were
honor guests at dinner last evening,
at Saranac, of Mrs. John Lee Connable
of New York.
Miss Garland Derr, aubdeb daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. John Derr of Fred
erick, Md., Is visiting Miss Carrie Roper
Fulton, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Harry R. Fulton.
Miss Fulton recently Joined her
parents after a two-month visit In
North Carolina and Virginia.
The news comes of the birth of a son to
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Remaining Stock
AH Hats
in Three Groups
$3-00
$5-00
$7.50
Hats That Sold Regularly
From $12.50 to 535
All Straws and Felts
Our Entire Stock Included
Excellent Values
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Mr. and Mrs. Albert B. Dewey, Jr., of
Chicago .where Mr. and Mrs. Dewey are
spending the Summer. Mrs. Dewey
was formerly Miss Gwendolyn Ffoulke
Smith, who was presented to Washing
ton society by her grandmother, the
late Mrs. Charles M. . Ffoulke. Mrs.
Dewey is a daughter of Mme. Levie of
Paris. Mr. Dewey Is a brother of Mr.
Charles S. Dewey, also of Chicago, who
Is now financial adviser to the Polish
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Closed Saturdays in August
Wherein Our Furniture Section Gives Precedence to
A fine collection of Early American
reproductions in the August Values
Living room, dining room, bedroom —never has the Collection
been so nearly complete. From the quaint designs of pre-Revolu
tionary days to the handsome dignity of Duncan Phyfe, many
expressions of Colonial furniture are represented. And, coupled
with the joy of discovering such authentic treasures, is the thrill
of finding Colonial Week prices on every piece—prices that mean
noteworthy values. If you have an eye for thrift as well as for
beauty, by all means visit our Furniture Section this week.
A few representative values of our Colonial Week
BUTTERFLY TABLE. Early Amer- TILT TABLE. Oval edge, solid ma
ican design with Old Tavern style hogany $22.50
stretchers. Drop leaf. Solid ma- Another charming 18th Century Amer
hogany * $23.50 ican desi * n at $13.50
, ESCRITOIRE. American Empire
SECRETARIES, \arious tipei and Period. An admirable reproduction
sizes, beginning at $57.50. One replica c f a Roger Morris Museum piece,
of an old Chippendale masterpiece, in All mahogany. Drawer fronts beauti*
solid mahogany, with 4-drawcr block fully crotch veneered $250.00
front base $210.00 SLEEPY HOLLOW CHAIR. A faith
ful copv of its comfortable old counter-
COLONIAL MIRROR. Rectangular part . Solid mahogany frame, up
mahogany frame with decorations in holstered in tapestry $82.50
antique gold leaf $45.00 DRUM TABLE. Mahogany crotch ve.
DUNCAN PHYFE CARD TABLE. to P ; 2 dr * w *” ; br |.-- C^
Mahogany $72.50 CC , *
«t . . . , , HIGH-BACK CHAIR. The duplicate
VIRGINIA SOFA. Copied from an c f a graceful museum piece. Open
Old Dominion piece with fidelity to wood arms, seat and back upholstered
both dimensions and de- in satin damask, mahogany
sign $125.00 $49.50
BEDROOM SUITES. WING CHAIRS. Many
Maple, mahogany, walnut f- i*mm # examples, beginning at
and oak 7-piece sets, AIM?* * l9 - 75 - An outstanding
Aqi r nLJefc-jflfe —niß va ? Uf * 8 * reproduction of
r I|7 an old piece, covered in
DINING ROOM SET. J jßt linen crewel embroidery,
Duncan Phyfe 10 • piece (AmM! at $69.50
group, all-mahogany with U
selected crotch veneers, flllllfc UPHOLSTERED FOOT
$395.00 rests $8.50 up
(Second Floor)
D ulin & Martin
Connecticut o4ue. at 2?"
SERVING WASHINGTON FOR OVER THREE-QUARTERS OF A CENTURY
government and was formerly As
sistant Secretary of the Treasury.
The solicitor general, Mr. Charles
Evans Hughes, Jr., and Mr. David
Lawrence were among those lunching
at the Carlton Hotel yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Bamford Smith and
Mrs. Granville Hunt are spending some
time in the Pocono Mountains with
SOCIETY.
Lieut, and Mrs. Charles E. Hart. Lieut.
Hart is stationed at Tobyhenny during
the Bummer maneuvers.
Mrs. Dove in Adirondaeks
Camp Until Early September.
Mrs. Robert Dove, who is recuperat
ing from a serious illness, has gone to
the camp in the Adirondaeks of Mr.
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