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SOCIETY The Postmaster General and Mrs. Brown Expected Back in Capital Next Week From Motor Trip. ,TT*\HE Postmaster General and Mrs. Walter r. Brown, who are on a motor trip, will return to A Washington the first of the week. Cuban Envoy and Senora lie Ferrara Visit New York. ! The Ambassador of Cuba and Senora de Ferrara, who went to New York yesterdav. will be at the Fltz-Carlton until their departure Saturday for Eu rope. The Ambassador of Turkey. Ahmed Mouhtar Bey, was among the guests at dinner last evening on the Terrace Sans Souci at the Carlton Hotel, when the Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Co. entertained in honor of the Turkish air mission. The other guests were Maj. Shefik Bey. Capt,. Ferruh Bey. First Lieut. Klazim Bey. Ahmed Emin Bey and Mouhlls Bey. members of the mission; the counselor of the embassy and Mme. Bedv. Miss V. Bahai, Mrs. Helen L. Weber. Miss Rebecca Davidson. Miss Katherine Dent, Miss Doris Wolf. Mrs. Ashford Robert, Miss Elisabeth Hume. Miss Jeannette Hume, Mr. John S. Allard. Comdr. Roland Riggs, Mr. M. L. Patterson. Maj. Burdette Wright, the undersecretary to the Ambassador, Kemal DJenany Bey, and Mr. Robert Earle. The ariators flew to Langley Field this morning and will visit Fort Monroe this afternoon, returning this evening to the Carlton. Countess Szechenyi, wife of the Min ister of Hungary, who is at Newport for the season, spends much of her time on the tennis courts *t the Casino. Yesterday she played in a spirited women's doubles match with Mrs. Willing Spencer, Mrs. G. F. Elliot and Mrs. George Bolling Lee. Senora de Medina, wife of the Minis ter of Bolivia, and Senora de Medina, wife of Senor Carlos Medina, brother of the Minister, were among the guests at luncheon today of Senora de Boyd, wife of the counselor of the Bolivian legation, when she entertained at the Carlton Hotel. The other guests were Mrs. David F. Sellers, Mrs. James F. McKinley, Senora de la Barra, Mrs. Albert Wood, Mrs. Sydney Gest. Mrs. Rolfe Bolling. Mrs. Bert. New and Mrs. Clair Christen of Colon, Panama. Dr. and Senora de Boyd have re cently returned to their apartment In the Wardman Park Hotel after passing a short time at Atlantic City. Senator and Mrs. Porter H. Dale, who have been settling themselves in their new home at 4331 Blagden avenue, left yesterday for their home in Ver mont and will be absent several weeks or a month. Representative Richard B. Wiggles worth is sailing from New York today on the Mauretania for Europe. Representative Lawrence A. Watres has returned to the Wardman Park Hotel from his home, in Scranton, Pa. Col. and Mrs. Kenyon A. Joyce are spending a few days at the Mayflower. Col. Joyce has just been called into Washington from Fort Worth, Tex., end will be stationed in Washington for the next few years. Mai and Mrs. E. F. Haines are stop ping at the Martinique. Maj. Haines has come for duty at the Army War College. Lieut. Frank A. Lawson has returned to his home after serving two weeks in the Reserve camp, at Fort Eustis, Va. Mrs. Bain, wife of Lieut. James G. ; j ARTCRAFT PRESENTS LIZARD FOOTWEAR FOR AUTUMN $-|3.50 AND *l4 50 I I BEAUTIFUL REPTILIAN : i FOOTWEAR... SO CHIC... SO VERY.. VERY DIFFERENT, MOST FITTINGLY EXPRESS \ THE DOMINANT NOTE FOR . THE SEASON. - : CHARMING STYLES IN THE SMARTEST COLOURS OF j • AUTUMN...BLACK.. \ HARVEST BROWN v . BOT ‘ ' j TIE GREEN..NAUTICAL # 1: fllkt EVERY STYLE A PREEMI. I NENT CONCEPTION FOR l-r/JH • THE SMARTEST DAYTIME Mwfll COSTUME. ffZfSnJi VERY INTERESTING, THIS Selon now b ein * STYLE DISPLAY ... AND IN crcetcd in « most TERESTING, TOO, IS THEIR I modern setting on MODERATE PRICE OF 513.50 v.onn. o AND 11450 open very soon. ANUOie.av. * || - ARTCRAFT -FOOTWEAR' • 1511-F-ST SOC 1 ET Y. Bain. U. S. A., who was formerly Miss Anna C. Brock of this city, is enter taining Miss Betty Bradley, daughter of Comdr. Bradley. U. 8. N.. Governor of Guam, in her home in the Philip pine Islands. Lieut, and Mrs. T. F. Woodward and their son will leave Washington today for a motor trip to Knoxville, Tenn.. where they wiir visit relatives. They will stop at Virginia Beach for a few days before returning to Washington. Diplomats Entertained by Mr. and Mra Grosner. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grosner en tertained at dinner last evening in their home, wnen tneir guests were the Min ister of Egypt and Mme. Bamy, the Minister of Persia, Mirza DavouaKhan Meftah; Mr. Charawi, brother of Mme. Sarny; the first secretary of the Bolivian legation and Senora de la Barra, Mme. Popovici, wife of the sec retary of the Rumanian legation; Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Smoot and Mr. Edward E. Kahn, brother of the hostess. Formrr Senator and Mrs. James W. Wadsworth are guests of the latter’s sister, in. Payne Whitney, at Sara toga Sp mgs. Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Ellis have left Washington for tne University of Virginia, wnere tonight Mr. Ellis will deliver hia lecture, "Law Enforcement,” before the Institute of Public Affairs, which has been in session since Au gust 4, and closes Saturday. From the university Mr. and Mrs. Ellis will go to the Washington-Lee University, irom which Mr. Ellis gradu ated and received his L.L. B and L.L. D. degrees. They will return to Washing ton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Byron 8. Adams have gone to Spring Lake, N. J., and will be at the Monmouth Hotel until early in September. Mrs. King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adams, ana her little daughter, will go to Atlantic City to remain for a week, and will then Join her family at Spring Lake and remain with them until they return to Washington. Mrs. George Mesta is spending a few days in New York, having gone there from Saratoga Springs, where ahe was for a few days. Mrs. Mesta will later return to Newport, where she is passing the greater part of the Summer season. Mr. W. L. Mellon, nephew of the Secretary of the Treasury, Mr. Andrew \V. Mellon, arrived Sat Manhattan Island, Thousands Islands, yesterday on his yacht, Vagabondie, and is visiting his sister. Mrs. George S. Basbrouck of Pittsburgh. Mrs. George Eustis Corcoran is the /^CONNECTICUT^ [ Tumbling ■mods'* V Tbs Qtteber btcuokruu/1 >3\ Y& H.L.ftast Company V \ t - i |flOH5»Sfc.N.W Natl. <loo^^ THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C„ THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1920. VIRGINIA GIRL BRIDE t .• * -.4|^ < -* * ;jy| ■ B> M 'LI ‘ ■ HIR', ( /■ L B fl 1 ■§ MRS. B. W. FORSHF.E. Formerlv Miaa Margaret Green of Queen street. Alexandria. Va„ her marriage to Mr. Forshee taking place early this month in the New York Avenue Presby terian Church. ■ —Cllnedinst Photo. guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. C. Pell, jr.. at Newport. Mrs. Corcoran will take part in the international music concert at Swanhurst tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Harrington Mills was among the 1 I THE WOMEN’S SHOP OF RALEIGH HABERDASHER I For Friday and Saturday! i Annual August Clearance . j in Our Women’s Shop . | Groups are from our regular stock f of smart and chic women’s wear, j I at reductions representing the fin- I est values in our career. Early , f choice will be a great advantage, j ( as group quantities are limited. j l One Hundred and Eighteen j ( PAULINA FROCKS j i sl2- 95 ! I Original and actual values were $19.75 to $29.75 ! Smart sports and tailored models in one and two piece styles. Sleeve less or with sleeves; various neck lines, hows, scarfs, tucks, pleats, in materials of flat crepe, printed silks, printed wool jersey and knitted wool. , Choke of white and pastel colors. Few in medium and dark color*. $10.95 and $13.50 • $39.75 to $49.75 Paulina Frocks Tailored Suits • 57-85 $19.85 * Group of 25 Paulina sleeveless Single and double breasted short frocks, a few with jackets. Fea-- foa t ; some bound, with tured in silk crepes, rajah and braid. Navy blue only. Sizes 14 \ printed silks. t 0 42, ra $19.75 to $29.75 $15.75 Imported . p Tailored Suits Transparent Raincoats | S 9 -85 $9.85 P jackets; tweeds, mixtures, twills in * h ? dM of P ur P le ’ ' 1 ' grey, tan and navy. Sizes 14 to 18. S re « n and amber / $19.75 to $35 * 29 ; 75 to * 9 * J * j ( Ra Leigh Travel and and J Sport Goats Sport Goats § L . $lO-85 • y 2 Price j | Ten Ra Leigh Sport and Travel Twelve Sport Coats; imported i Coats; embroidered basket weave tweeds, fleece, broadcloths and t • and check tweeds; \\ hites, orchids kasha cloth and mixtures. Some and a few dark shades. • have fur collars. '. * 510 to 520 Knox Straw and Felt Hats, 54.85 t No Credits 9 Refunds or Exchanges WOMEN’S SHOP—THIRD FLOOR . . < Raleigh Haberdasher | 1310 F Street guests at tea yesterday of Mr*. Robert Bentley of Youngstown. Ohio, who en tertained at the Blue - Bowl Tearoom, j at Saranac. ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Brien and Miss Caroline Roebllng, who have been in New York for a few day*, have left for Saratoga Springs for the racing season. Midshipman Weston Byng of the Naval Academy is spending his vaca tion with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Byng of 1320 Upshur street. Miss Betty Ridsdale iand Miss Patricia Ridsdale have returned frbm Glacier National Park and joined their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Percival Ridsdale, at Lake Sunapee, N. H. Mrs. Charles W. Hummer, who has been in Atlantic City since May. has re turned to her apartment, at 3600 Con necticut avenue. Mr. and Mrs. HTkenneth Murray will go this week to Woodmont, Conn., and later to Ventnor, N. J. Visitors to Institate Os Public Affairs Feted. MaJ. Gen. Prank R. McCoy and Mr. Edward N. Hurley of Chicago were honor guests at luncheon Monday at the Farmington Country Club, near Charlottesville, Va. The other guests were the former Secretary of Agricul ture, Mr. William M. Jardine: MaJ. Le Roy Hodges, Or. Charlea M. Maphis. Mr. W. T. McCaskey, Mr. Austin P. Levy, Col. Daniel L. Porter, Dr. Clarence H. Harding, Dr. Thomas H. Reed, Dr. E. C. Benner, Dr. Victor Rosewater. Prof. A. F. MacConochie, Prof. Wilbur A. Nelson, Mr. Sherwood Anderson. Mr. C. E. Rightor. Dr. Henry Kittredge Nor (Continued on Nineteenth Page.) lilllllUiilllllllliillllillllftllllililH |/ v 1143 CONN. AVENUE Continuing Summer Clearance —of— Straw and Felt Hats In Three Groups $3.00 $5.00 $7.50 V»lue» Up to $35 CELEBRATING ‘ • . •• In Our 2 Washington Stores, Our Ist ANNIVERSARY 14th St. Store! All-Silk Chiffon, Full-Fashioned, Also Service Weight HOSIER^ a Pair Every Pair Guaranteed Perfect 20% OFF ON ALL UNDERWEAR & NEGLIGEES ] Special lot of Crepe de Chine Teddies, A £* Dance Sets, Step-ins, Slips, Bloomers. | Regular $2.50 Values JL | ■jhsvu&Sheps 711 13th Two st*r«* in Washington 713 14th Better Hose Are Sold for LciiWHlM—i , - ■ ■ - ~ ■" - ■».[ CONNECTICUT 4SFENTE j /NAKT /HOP/ TThyoric Farrell -'' 11 ip %-zi *- flassssm, -todav Into their new millinery These warm late Summer days shop, 1532 Connecticut Avenue (3 wh< “ n ? ne . r * a " aim Foresight in style as well as doors below Que street). a "*- v \ he h ? 'u " f u° wl* values o1 b « s,nc?s ]S " ,hc th,n 8- ~ . ... « —she i* apt to find ncr hair be- Go m tomorrow and look cotn j„ K o j| perhaps her hair It is this—foresight in styles— around. •» j s marred with dandruff and is for which Pasternak's are known. The work room facilities are ,„• , . , , , greatly increased so as to better iamn * ouu . Aiwa ys fir-t in the road of sash- I take care of their remodeling and Fastidious men and women who ion—this exclusive shop and its make-to-order business. have the famous Frances Fox apparel are different—unusual. A number of late Summer hats shampoos are not troubled—their For t]lis fact tlie anmia i Sum remaining have been greatly re- hair is always beautiful. nier clearance sale here is of un duced for immediate clearance. The methods and treatments of precedented value to you. Many people are having felts institute are verv different T , i t f made on the head now for from anv ot her-the herbal oil T ",'Ann.refVnm Palter Autumn wear. artd the herbal rinse are only two £ Im 1532 Connecticut Avenue. of the many unusual procedures of __£ # qua f ity and ;< penec the s lampoo. lion, and its style is so in advance Frances Fox Institute has been that it is good as long as the ap -41 jg j, established over 29 years. The parel itself. institutes are found wherever „ r , , , ~.;ii £„j , . . T , • r> Ihe late vacationtst will nun smart people travel —Paris—Rome. . , . • r » any number of chic wa«hsNe ry • . 1341 Connecticut Avenue. frocks to tuck in the hag at the Pajamas at (5 doors below Dupont Circle.) I» s < minute. One linen dree* and F;;_ - Floor 2. , coat ensemble in green and white Dlizaoetn Mraen S Decatur 5475. is exceptional—the silks and -are as exquisite as you would * handkerchief linens are also very expect everything which comes smart. from this beauty salon of Europe J$ «** J* Several ensemjdes and dresses and America. in Autumn shades arc good buys For the fine, fastidious tastes of f or far ) y F a n, her distinguished clientele Eliza- Dt H *77- beth Arden brings lingerie, negli- Plage L/CauvillC m gees, evening and street bags and It ia Washington’s smartest purses and necklaces from over Summertime innovation —a glori- jn there. t , ous wav to entertain a party and Elizabeth Arden s face treat- the rst place you want to take ments and . preparations have Summer guests who are visiting brought enviable beauty to dis- you . tinguished women here and in The grand, big open-air pool is _ Europe. They found their beauty a colorful splash of water lovers. Colonial Wee\ by her methods and preparations pis open day and evening and and keep it *0 according to advice its use is not confined to hotel —is featured in a beautiful pres nf artists of Elizabeth Arden s guests. entation this week at Dulin & Salon. Between and around the dance Martin's. Decatur 2040. floor and the pool are clusters of . . , . , 1134 Connecticut Avenue. tables surrounded with gav pleas- The grace, style, comfort and ure goers-partaking of that lus- . of f ' ,rn, ! u . r l e and "J*" 1 cious palatable food for which of our forefathers, l-ke their j i j Wardman Park Hotel cuisine is d " d <’ n,ore famed and va^u *' >, * a * roll by. The music- is—Meyer Davis I.enox re-created from a few Club Chantirler Orchestra, Ward- pieces of china found in George OC (V man Park Hotel. Washington’s home—the lovely /O UISCOUnt Wakefield patlern-which is on Those smart people looking display here, forward to September and gilt- * J* J* The gracious old Colonial furni giving davs later on-have rushed t ure makes itself “at home” in to Underwood & Underwood s wherever it is - studio to take advantage of the \A V OKt * K wnerever ii is. 25% Summer discount—md so J XT* r osier S The tilt-top table takes only a filled the books with appointments a-Remembranee Shops here, as little space and conveniently that it has been necessary to ex- well as those in Atlantic City and arises to every occasion, tend, the time. resort cities, are havens to the T here is a delightful replica of Wise people are clever to take travelers and “stay at homes. oW Chippendale secretary, advantage of this discount for We make mention here of • Underwood & Underwood pho- only the , i|k raoire travH bags -an uniting U sofa. tography is known th I V aor "j , for wet wash cloths, etc., in vour —a sleepy hollow chair, beauty. Tl.Vprice of the discount the & new ,l S ilk°hanT ~ an "Pholstered foot rest ($8.50). IS nl!^ 0 "!, y new ,)a 8 s in bright silks, envelope —and ever so many more old CO- JbJXv finish—it will no. h« re- in "-""'rniMic de.ign. eSnS len,ed nmil October bat it i, n„ lon.. ... end bro„,c .finn,. . r»M H.m n r.nolme. display now. 1023 Connecticut Avenue. , Decatur 4100. (Between K and 1. Streets.) Connect A cune and L,.Street. 7MO Connecticut Avenua. F .Street. Pnlm A Martin. SOCIETY.