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SOCIETY
Mrs. Adams, Wife of the Navy Secretary,
to Assist at Congressional Club Tea
Tomorrow Afternoon.
MRS. CHARLES FRANCIS'
ADAMS, wife of the Secretary
of the Navy, will bi among
those assisting at the tea to
morrow afternoon at the Con
gressional Club, following the weekly
program at 3:30 o’clock. Others who
will assist will be Mrs. Ernest R. Acker
man. Mrs. John A. Adair, Mrs. Henry
J. Allen, Mrs. John C. Allen, Mrs.
August H. Andresen, Mrs. Samuel S.
Arentz, Mrs. William W. Arnold, Mrs.
Alben W. Barkley, Mrs. Samuel W.
Beakes. Mrs. Carroll L. Beedy, Mrs.
Edwin M. Beers, Mrs. Hiram Bingham.
Mrs. Robert Low Bacon. Mrs. Oscar L.
Bland. Mrs. Schuyler Otis Bland. Mrs.
Coleman Blease. Mrs. Frank P. Bohn,
Mts. James G. Aswell, Mrs. William A.
Ayres, - Mrs. Carl D. Bachman, Mrs.
Robert Blackburn, Mrs. Baer, Mrs.
Henry E. Barbour, Mrs. Chester C. Bol
tofa, Mrs. Frank C. Bowman, Mrs.
Charles J. Edwards, Mrs. Charles C.
Kearns and Miss Mabel T. Boardman.
*The program preceding the tea will
be given by Mr. MHan Lusk, violinist,
accompanied by Mrs. Carl R. Chind
blbm, wife of Representative Chind
blom of Illinois. Mr. Lusk, who was
decorated by Queen Marie of Rumania,
wits the artist at one of the Congres
sional Club breakfasts given for Mrs.
Cpolidge.
Mrs. James J. Davis, wife of the
Secretary of Labor, was th- guest in
whose honor Mrs. Kendall, wife of
Representative Samuel A. Kendall, en
tertained a company of 50 at luncheon
today at the Congressional Club.
;Mrs. Edward Everett Gann, sister of
the Vice President, was the guest in
whose honor Mrs. Arthur H. Tirrell
entertained a company of 12 at
luncheon today in her home on Wyo
ming avenue.
Mexican Embassy Scene
Os Brilliant Fete Yesterday.
The dean of the diplomatic corps,
SSnor Don Manuel C. Tellez, and
Senora de Tellez gave their first large
afternoon party in the embassy since
the retirement of Sir Esme Howard
from the ranks here, leaving the host
as dean of the corps.
Cards were issued in the name of
Senora de Tellez, but the Ambassador
received with her all during the after
noon. An interesting group of women
took brief turns at the tea table. Mrs.
• James J. Davis, Senora de Alfaro,
Senora de Dlez de Medina, Mrs.
Harlan F. Stone, Mrs. Fred A. Britten,
Mrs. Sol Bloom, Mrs. Charles B. Drake,
Mrs. Parker W. West and Senora de
Campoz-Ortiz, wife of the first secre
tary of the embassy, forming the group.
Senora de Telle* wore a graceful
afternoon gown of apricot pink crepe,
while the profuse use of Spring flowers
throughout the rooms embraced all of
Nature's colors. Early to arrive was Mrs.
Gann, sister of Vice President Curtis,
and wives of cabinet members were
guests. Mrs. Davis, who was at one end
of the tea table, wore a charming Spring
frock of flowered chiffon and a dark
blue straw hat
The dining room with its wonderful
Mexican frescoes opens onto a ter
race, where punch bowls were constantly
surrounded, while, from another table,
tamales a la Mexican and other Mex
CCNNECTICUT^tNUC
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I iTktijorlc Farrell
Tleuiou Carter Shoo Mothers Day Trousseaux
Suggestions J*£ *&d2"S,
C 7 /C/* c V . ve B * er *. Underwood & engaged attending parties given in
Oa/<? Os Opring OUItS Underwood s studio window dis- thcir honor and a i So in se i ect jng
play this week? their trousseaux.
• Nancy Carter has marked down It is most attractive and well Elizabeth Arden's Shop on the
i all spring suits below cost. £° rth .. yo 1 ur > y h,lc to l ? sc *- first floor of the new Arden Build-
Every style expert has decreed T he d,sp,ay ,s °(l* of a f gcd ing should be first on the shop
, . v daguerreotypes. Why not hunt p j n „ ]j st
suits tor spring up s interesting old tin type Such exquisite lingerie and tea
We have 20 left. of cherished ancestors and take gowns you have ncvcr secn _i Uß .
Each is good style perfect them in to the studio and have c j ous fl o wer-like tints, rich laces
tailoring—and expertly finished— en ed TT *, s * eat “ red ° y and fine material and line make
and each is priced below actual U . nderwood & Underwood s studio them pcrfectly divine .
and aacli priced below actual window. They make most attrac- The whimsica i evening handker-
CO,t to sn * xo to tive pictures, and they have so chiefs, party bags, street pocket*
29.50 to 69.50 much more meaning and value books-and unique jewelry-which
are the present prices of suits than those which you already Elizabeth Arden brings to her
that were up to HS.OO. Mother's Day is the 11th. She Paris are stunning »c-
Sizes 12-42, a number m size 38. wou ld appreciate a portrait of you H er make . U p boxes filled with
(Between K and L Streets more than anything you could get her own preparations for your
for her. Drop into the studio and own individual beauty needs are
J* J* J* kt them show you the different necessary for feminine loveliness
styles and tell you about them. and beauty
Frances Fox Institute £^l3".Si 1 visi * 10 ,hi ’' r " „„ ,P«..ur 2040
I.’. h..n „iH ,k„ . 12M Connecticut Avenue 1,47 Avenue
its been sud tnsit sl womans
I hair is her crowning glory whether decani iiuu jl jl jj
her tresses be short or long. jt
After wearing hats all winter . a • Hat Sal*
one’s heir is likely to be oily and A A nij 0 n * » ....
dull. Why not have a few Francis UU%IrT O Uh*?"* smart little millinery
Fox treatments? You will be shop is having a sale tomorrow on
more than pleased with the re- JW § W somc . beautiful hats—with prices
suits. & A FASHION INSTITUTION ranging from 5.00 (any alterations
... , IParte 'Wcuhmgbon. TiiwYork. tree Os Charge).
Aow, when you are donning This is the place to bring your
your new spring clothes be sure Friday and Saturday are the old hats to be reblocked, cleaned |
that your hair will complement days set for the opening of the C r retrimmed,
your outfit enlarged Jelleff smart shop—lol3- 1532 Connecticut Avenue
This, too, is the perfect time to rhir (Between Q ue and Du P° nt Circle)
have your permanent wave, before • * j sup PV cd *he chic
n gets too warm. We are booking .hi«wSTJh!S * * *
up far in advance, so why not ( CXCC P* s^ ocs^
have been having to go to the F 7 «
make your appointment now. Street store to procure. Costume Jewelry
.... Decatur 5475 Sports clothes, afternoon and Queens and princesses of olden
1341 Conn. Ave. (fl. 2) evening clothes, hosiery, lingerie days were t he real originators of
(Just below Dupont Circle) and feminine accessories will the style of femininity which is
be presented tomorrow in a beau- t h e fashion of the hour today.
* tiful and complete showing here. Jewelry is a part of it. From
Ihe niche has been filled that chain bracelets and necklaces with
so many have been seeking m t j ny pad iocks and those of carved
Connecticut Avenue shopping dis- secds to chokers, pins and ear
/T'KMw I trict. It is no longer necessary to rings of dainty pastel stones, you
/ I ll?l9Connicticvt Avm-\ bother with the crowds and park- will fi nd t j ie i arge d i sp i ay at Mr.
* » ing problems down town. Foster’s Remembrance Shops the
The first day of May finds Pas- V" s*'® 5 *'® range in price from most unusual and interesting you
ternak’s exclusive shop a bower ‘*.so to 59.50. . . have seen.
|| of loveliness, with the prettiest ap- You arc invited to the opening Foster’s are showing beautiful
iiarel you can imagine. Saturdiiy. linens and pewter as wedding |
The models they are presenting 1013-1015 Connecticut Avenue gifts,
ire extremely flattering to fem- 1023 Connecticut Avenue
nine figures. They are designed n 1 . (Between K and L Streets)
or not only one type—there are Reductions 1305 F Street
fashions for all. A great part of . Til'll'A T
being well dressed lies in correct rnilllp-LtOUISe Jl Jl Jl.
selections. It is important to seek Special reductions on all early
| the advice of those who know spring stock, including dresses for
clothes and make it their study. street, afternoon and evening, and Xmw|lMLm|
Be sure to stop in to see all the hats in all the light-weight straws
beautiful new things—sports togs, and materials. fjl Q
coats, hats, suits, street and after- This is a remarkable oppor- kilTl c/ " '
H|| noon dresses, evening gowns and tunity to pick up some stunning V 7\g I
I furs. outfits at a fraction of the former
Visit the new "Missy and price. For permanent removal of H
I Junior” Department of apparel 1727 L Street superfluous hair see Hazel Dil- II
■ »izes up to 20—and prices unbe- (Just ’round the corner from lon’s, Inc. * |||
|| fievably moderate.. ... Connecticut Avenue,) 1000 Conn, Ave. (fl. 2) Nat. 8779. H
SOCIETY.
i ican delicacies were served, and in the
long inclosed terrace opening from this
room small tables were placed, and there
was an orchestra and dancing.
Ambassador and Ministers of the
: Latin American countries and their
ladies were guests, as were a number of
Senators, Representatives and others
from official society with a few persons
from the resident set.
The Italian Ambassador and Nobil
Donna Antoinette de Martino enter
tained at dinner last evening, their
guests including the Vice President, Mr.
Charles Curtis, and his brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Everett
Gann; the Ambassador of Brazil,
Senhor S. Gurgel do Amaral; Senator
Frederick Hale, Senator David I. Walsh,
Representative Edith Norse Rogers, Dr.
Leo S. Rowe, director general of the
Pan-American Union; the counselor of
the Spanish embassy, Senor Amao; the
commercial counselor of the British em
' bassy and Lady Broderick, Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph Caspar Miller, Mrs. Henry C.
Corbin, Mrs. Henry F. Dimock. Mrs. E.
H. G. Slater, Miss Mary Randolph, Miss
Laura Harlan, Miss Meta Morris Evans,
and the naval attache, Capt. di Villa
rosa: the military attache, Lieut. Col.
Pennaroli, and the two secretaries,
Signor Monaco and Nobile Soardi.
The Ambassador of France and Mme.
Claudel, who are in New York prepara
tory to sailing tomorrow for France, en
tertained at dinner last evening at the
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Rizik
Brothers
Our Collection
of Casual Type
SUITS
for street and shorts wear is added to
almost daily
Also we are showing an important array of
suits for spectator wear and more formal occa
sions. All are beautifully tailored, of course.
From $55
TWELVE THIRTEEN F STREET
THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C.. THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1930.
Ritz Tower, in honor of Mr. J. Pier
pont Morgan. In the party were Mr.
and Mrs. Owen D. Young and Mr.
George L. Harrison, governor of the
Federal Reserve Bank.
The Ambassador of Poland. Mr. Tytus
Filipowlcz, was host to a company of
26 at dinner last evening, entertaining
in compliment to the Speaker of the
House and Mrs. Long worth. Others in
the company Included the Secretary of
the Interior and Mrs Wilbur, the Am
bassador of Great Britain and Lady
Lindsay, the Minister of Hungary and
Countess Szechenyi, Representative and
Mrs. Robert Low Bacon, the new chief
of Cavalry. Gen. Guv V. Henry, and
Mrs. Henry, and the United States
Minister to Salvador and Mrs. Warren
Delano Robbins.
The Ambassador, Mr. Filipowlcz, will
be the guest of honor at a dinner to be
given at the National Women’s Country
Club, May 14, in celebration of the an
niversary of the first permanent settle
ment at Jamestown. Va., with Mrs. M.
de Clare Berry as hostess.
The British Ambassador and the
Hon. Lady Lindsay will be the guests
in whose honor the commercial counse
lor of the embassy and Lady Broderick
and the first secretary of the embassy
and Mrs. Shone will entertain at a tea
this afternoon in the former’s apart
ment at the Wardman Park Hotel.
Those invited to meet the Ambassador
and the Hon. Lady Lindsay are
members of the official group. Assisting
the hostesses will be the wives of the
members of the embassy staff.
Senator and Mrs. Charles S. Deneen
have as their guests their son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Ashley Deneen of Chicago.
Miss Bina Day Deneen, daughter of
Senator and Mrs. Deneen, was hostess
at luncheon yesterday in honor of Mrs.
Lambert Clifford, who with Mr. Clifford
is visiting his parents, Col. and Mrs.
Edward Clifford. Others in Miss De
neen’s company were Mrs. Charles Ash
ley Deneen, Miss Helen Clifford. Miss
Vittoria Catalan!. Miss Virginia Henry,
Miss Marjorie Mondell, Miss Mary
Louise Johnston, Miss Dorothea Lane,
Miss Maria Chamberlin. Miss Elisabeth
Ransley, Miss Henrietta Allen, Miss
Barbara Vandenberg and Miss Frances
Ashley Deneen.
Mrs. Glenn, wife of Senator Otis F.
Glenn of Illinois, entertained a small
party at luncheon today at the National
Woman’s Country Club.
Representative and Mrs. W. W. Chal
mers of Ohio entertained an interesting
group, including Ohioans, at the dinner
preceding the regular weekly card party
at the Congressional Club Tuesday.
Guests were Representative Ruth Bryan
Owen, Representative Chester C. Bolton
of Ohio and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Til
lotson and Mr. H. A. Horn of Toledo.
Mr. Tillotson and Mr. Horn are in
Washington to attend the meetings of
the Chamber of Commerce.
Mrs. Gambrill, wife of Representative
Stephen W. Gambrill, entertained at
luncheon yesterday in the crystal room
of the Willard Hotel, when her guests
were Mrs. Clarence C. Dill, Mrs. Arthur
H. Vandenberg, Mrs. Burton J. Wheeler,
Mrs. Charles W. Waterman, Mrs. J.
Charles Linthicum. Mrs. Edward W.
Pou, Mrs. William E. Evans, Mrs. W. M.
Whittington, Mrs. Fletcher Hale, Mrs.
William E. Hess. Mrs. Arthur M. Free,
Mrs Joseph L. Hooper. Mrs. C. E. Han
cock, Mrs. William R. Coyle, Mrs. Men
alcus Lankford, Senora de Guell, Mrs.
Seymour Lowman, Mrs. J. Borden Har
rtman, Miss Edna Patton, Mrs. Ernest
Daniel, Mrs. C. E. Boyd, Mrs. Brooke
Frye, Senorlta Margarita Grisantl, Mrs.
J. Bolivar Lloyd, Mrs. Henry Larsen,
Mrs. Eric Greenleaf, Mrs. William E.
Gambrill of Maryland, Mrs. Charles E.
Bateson. Mrs. Charles Franklin, Mrs.
Edwin Holloway, Mrs. Robert E. Lacey,
Mrs. Harrison White of Denver and
Mrs. M. Ewell Smith of California.
Senhora do Couto Aguirre, wife of
the naval attache of the Brazilian em
bassy, entertained at luncheon today
at the Mayflower, in compliment to
Senhora Ferreira de Mello, wife of the
Meuer’s Shop
1331 F St.
WOMEN’S APPAREL—3RD FLOOR
jWf An Important Sale of
Coats and Dresses
f/II Remarkable Values
XJH| Women’s ATC I
and Misses' V-/xX. X
/K M/V
\ I %{| coats in furred and
8 V| %J\J plain tailored styles.
I \J Excellent quality.
*>' Sizes 14 to 40. j
T\IJFCCT7C f or Women
i and Misses
1 / I / Spring prints and A
1 / I / pastel tones; Including fl”
I / / ensembles. Sizes 14 to so/
] / / 44. They’re priced very
L. m* special at —
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SEE THEM IN OUR WINDOWS
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MF Canadian
Red Foxes
j|| On/;y a Limited Quantity
ft Beige Fox and Beige Wolf
The Smartest and
■B Best Selling Furs of
the Season... While
Choice, S3B
fIM Flitr 1
, second secretary of the Brasilian em
i basay, who will leave Washington at
i an early date for duty in Vienna.
i Others present were Senhora Coeldo
de Almeida, wife of the first secretary
of the Brazilian embassy; Mrs. J. 8. M.
Ritchie and Mrs. W. C. Horton, wives
of the naval attache and assistant naval
attache of the British embassy; Mme.
Mora, wife of the first secretary of the
legation of Uruguay; Mme. Siqveland,
, wife of the secretary of the legation
; of Norway, and Mrs. John P. Jackson.
The director general of the Pan-
American Union, Dr. Leo S. Rowe, has
gone to Philadelphia to attend the
opening session of the American Acade
my of Political and Social Science.
Former Senator and Mrs. Marian
Butler announce the engagement of
their daughter, Florence Faison, to Mr.
Huntington Cairns of Baltimore, Md.
Mr. Cairnj is a graduate of the Univer
sity of Maryland Law School, a member
of the Maryland Club and associated
with a law firm in Baltimore. The mar
riage will take place Thursday. May 29,
in the residence of Mr. and Mrs. But
ler, at 2200 R street northwest.
Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Stephen O.
Fuqua will entertain at dinner Wednes
' day. May 7. They will also entertain at
dinner May 28 and 29.
Mrs. Henry J. Weeks, sister of Mrs.
Fuqua, who has been their guest for
about three weeks, will leave Washlng
; ton today for Fort Reno, Okla.
Col. and Mrs. James Brady Mitchell
jfj Engraving
for
The Spring Social Event
IWM. RALLANTYNE & SONS
BOOKSELLERS AND lAPI TT Cf
STATIONERS F St.
» BSS9
will return to the Mayflower the end of
the week from a motor trip to the Vir
ginia garden*.
Col. Wade H. Cooper had as guests
at luncheon at the Willard yesterday
Dr. H. W. Tyler of Massachusetts School
of Technology; Dr. S. A. Mitchell of
University of Virginia; Dr. Joseph
Mayer, Tufts College; Dr. A. O. Love
joy of Johns Hopkins University, Dr.
L. R. Hutchinson of Lincoln Memorial
University, Dr. W. W. Cook of Johns
Hopkins University, Dr. John Wesley
Hill, chancellor, and Dr. H. Robinson
Shlpherd, president of Lincoln Memo
rial University.
Mr. Rumlo Mlura has arrived in
Washington from Tokio to take up his
duties as attache at the Japanese em
bassy. Mr. Mlura is accompanied by
Expert Store
F.ir Renslr The House Your Furt
lZw* M philtpsbcrrn
mer Rates * ELEVENTH ST - BETWEEN F*G Call
of Courtesy Franklin
Fifth Floor . 7 9133
Tremendous Clearance
Reductions
on Smart Spring Fashions
Small lots throughout the store... reduced because size
range is broken. In many instances only one or a few of a
kind left.
Clearance of Dresses
100 Dresses in a Featured Group
For women and misses .. . sizes 14 to 44. Prints
. . . chiffons . . . flat crepes . . . single one-of-a-kind
pieces taken from higher-priced groups. All practi
cal, usable street and daytime types .. . light and dark
colors. >'
At *l7 At *22
Women-, mi Mi,,,,' * Fining 8 “m*
Htgh-Type Dresses _ . .
1 Coral Georgette Frock . . . size 38.
Many women’* sizes to 44. Street 1 of Imported Printed Flat Crepe .. •
and Afternoon Dresses in Chiffon, size 16.
Lace, Prints ... a few of imported 1 Woman’s White Flat Crepe . . «
Woolens . . . excellent for immediate size 38.
wear . . . Clearance, sl7. 1 Woman’s Eggshell Flat Crepe ...
size 42.
5 Dresses for the short, full figure, l Woman’s Peach Georgette ...
sizes 38}4 to 46J4. 5 Misses’ Dinner size 40.
and Evening Gowns, Laces and Chis- 1 Woman’s Black Flat Crepe . . .
sons. Even a few exquisite Wed- size 44.
ding Gowns that have become soiled 1 Woman’s Black Flat Crepe . . .
, . . . styles adaptable to other oc- size 36.
casions ... at this fractional price, 1 Woman’s White Crepe Moravia
sl7. ...40. - ;
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i •
'
10 Women's Dresses Reduced Nearly
Street and Afternoon Dresses in Georgette ... a few
Flat Crepe . . . sizes 38 to 44 jg
i Second Floor
Clearance of Coats, Suits
About 50 Best-Selling-Style Coats
For women and misses . . . sizes 14 to 44. In-
eluding models that have been reordered over and S1 0.50
over. Wool crepes, coverts, cheviots, novel sport V I
types . . . furless ... or furred with broadtail, gala-
pin. squirrel, simulated leopard. With smart capes,
, tie-belts, flares. The wanted black, new blues, tans.
Coats Priced to Go Quickly
One of a kind.. .selected from our better lines. Mostly
wool crepes.. .furless.. .or furred with galapin, kid galvak, A .50
broadtail. High-fashion capes, collars, sleeves.’, .we advise ip
early shopping. Sizes 14 to 44 A
Suits Regrouped in Three Big Sale Lots
$19.50 $34.50 SSO
c i-f.i + a Two-piece and three- £kout c h°* cest
Smart little tweeds piece tweedS) coverts, su,t . s > of starella, telga
a few ensembles in kashas _ m with or imported tweeds...
bl * ck VV- V 155 capes .. . jacket or X three-piece. , .with fine
printed frock. Sizes 14 Sizes 14 to 44. galyak or furless... 14
to 20. • to 40.
i * Third Floor.
Clearance of Odds & Ends
29 Knit Dresses
Country Club styles in smart unusual tweed weaves... f"*
sharkskin.. .or solid pastel.. .jacket and skirt matching.. .the Jk
slipover solid color. Pastel and sport colors. ***
Street Fleer
on the Third Floor
2 Maize Velvet Coats. . .white fur col- About 25 Skirts . . band-top flared
lar . . interlined . . . sires 16, 18 . . . Spring models in crepe, flannel, tweeds,
WiiTter price more than dou- snowflake crepe . dark and light
bl e colors . . . also bodice top silk skirts,
_ , - . . pleated.. .white and pas- db *5 CA
2 Velvet Evening Coati .. . American teis ..save about ....
beauty . . . shirred . . . sizes 16, 18 ... '
save almost '/» on Win- CIO CA 7 Silk Raincoat* . . . tan. blue, green,
ter price., now red, black .. . about price .. .
I White Flannel .Jacket, soiled men?°.?. .°. Ut . .**!?. *! ePart ’ $8.95
size 16 ... 1 Fleah Flannel Coat, soiled
. . . size 14 ... at a fractional Knickers ... 1 in khaki, 1 *7o^
price . . • now . . . each...... crash, 1 linen.. tomorrow, each / irv.
on the Street Floor
it Kayaer Silk Panties . . . pastel- 3S Slipa . . . Crepe de
striped glovesilk • ue Chine and Sequa Satin... t / f
5,y 51.65 ■» $1.65
id S»«ttri . . Slip overs ... V 43 Handbags . . . embroidered linen,
.:.:..: SI.OO . £ $1.85
Mme. Miura. and they have taken a
suite at the Potomac Park Apartments.
Mrs. Prank C. Henry entertained a
small company at lunchfon today in
her home on Belmont road.
George to am Gardens
To Be Opened May 14.
The gardens of old Georgetown are to
be opened to the public again this year,
under the auspices of the Georgetown
Child Welfare Council, including Miss
Prances Sortwell, chairman; Mrs. R. *•
Whitehead. Mrs. Ernest I. Lewis. Mrs.
E. R. Pinkenstaedt, Mrs. B. H. Meyer i
and Mrs. Richard V. Oulahan.
The date selected Is Wednesday, May j
14, and In case of rain the tour will be i
postponed to the following day. Tickets,
with a list of gardens to be visited, will
SOCIETY.
be on sale at each of the gardens on
the day of the tour.
Many gardens not opened last year
have been added to the list. Another
attraction will be an exhibition in the
home of Mrs. Barthasar H. Meyer, of the
work of Mabel Hunt Johnson, painter of
gardens and homestead portraiture.
Mrs. Johnson has exhibited In Philadel
phia and Wilmington, but not before in ‘
Washington.
Gunston Hall, Wellington and Rlppon
(Continued on Third Page.)
WTndow shades
—made to order at low factory
prices. See us first and save money.
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