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(Continued From Third_Page l_ Paggs, Mrs. Peter A. Hazes, Mrs. W. B. Fhaw. Mrs. George N. Thompson, Mrs. Douglas E. Winstead. Mrs. Benjamin Soule Gantz, Mrs. Edward Campbell Shields, Mrs. William j. Corcoran and Maj. and Mrs. Frederick Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. James Franklin Mc Crary of Asheboro, N. C , are in Wash ington on their wedding journey and are returning South tonight. Mrs. McCrary formerly was Miss Martha Morrison of Hartsville, S. C„ the wed ding of January 16 being one of the Important social events in that section of the State. Mrs. Thomas George Ryan of Brook lyn. N. Y., is a guest at the home of Thomas L. MeEneany at 1360 Otis place northwest. This is her first visit to ITa; hington Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryan recently announced at a dinner the engagement of their daughter Cynthia Katherine to Mr. Joseph Francis MeEneany. son of Mr. MeEneany. who is a patent at torney with the Bell Laboratories in New York City. Miss Ryan is a popular member of the younger circle in the Bay Ridge section, where she has a host of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hepburn of Philadelphia, Pa., are at the Carlton for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Moser of New Orleans. La., are at the Hamilton Hotel for a short time. Mrs H W. Bean of Framingham Center. Mass., is passing a few days at the Dodge and is accompanied by Mrs. Moses Ellis of Wellesley H'.lls, Mass. The dinner of the Drama Guild of Washington preceding the local pre miere of Elmer Rice's comedy "See Naples and Die” tonight at Wardman Park will be attended by about 50 members of the guild and their guests. Commissioner and Mrs. Luther H. Reiehelderfer. Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Mason M. Patrick, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W Sidwell. Col. and Mrs. John Otto Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Pat terson. Miss Constance Brown and Miss Hester Walker Beall are among the guild members who will be present. Mrs. Fulton Lewi-, acting president of the guild, will entertain Mr. ar.d Mrs. Albert W. Atwood. Dr. and Mrs. George F. Bowerman. Mr. and Mrs. Rees D. McDuffie, Mrs. Marie Moore Forrest and Mr. Percy Burrell. Mr. Percy Mackaye will be with Mrs. Alfred H Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford K Berryman will have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H Daniel. Mr. Edwin C. Graham will entertain Mr. and Mrs. John C. Koons. Comdr. and Mrs. E. Roy McKenzie will be hosts to Cant and Mrs. James H. Bogart and Dr. and Mrs. Charles Keefer in thrir party. Mrs, McKenzie is in charge of arrange ments and Mrs. Maude Howell Smith will be hostess for the evening. St. Matthew’s Sodality Concert and Dance Tonight. The concert and dance under the aus pices of St. Matthew's Sodality for the benefit of the Southern Maryland mis sions will be held at the Playhouse to night. A splendid musical pregram has been arranged, which will be followed by dancing. Miss Katherine Griffin will act as chairman of the Floor Committee, as sisted by Miss Mary O'Connor, Miss Marguerita Schreiber and Miss Mary Hannan. The annual rally of the Sisterhood of the Washington Hebrew Congregation will be held Monday afternon at 2:30 o'clock In the temple. It promises to maintain In every respect the high artistic standards which the Sisterhood has set for its yearly function. It chances also that the rally is coinci dent with the 27th anniversary of the birth of the society. The pro gram will be of unusual excellence. Aft er the opening prayer by Mrs. Frederic Pelzman the Sisterhood will introduce ! to a Washington audience Mrs. Reba B. Cohen of Charles Town, W. Va., one of the younger and talented reconteurs in this country. She has high dramatic and interpretive powers and will de light her audience with several orig inal selections. The Howard University Glee Club, famous for its rendition of spirituals, will be responsible for the musical program. Our interest in the Geneva Disarmament Conference" will be discussed by Dr. Abram Simon. The meeting will close with a tea and a re ception to the members of the Sister hood. The Bell Club will give its pre-Lenten | card party for the benefit of the build ing fund, St. James’ Catholic Church, ' in the auditorium, at Thirty-seventh 1 street and Rhode Island avenue, in Mount Rainier, Md„ Tuesday evening ; at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Lillian Plumer and Mrs. Frances Mutchler will be hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Elizabeth Hastings, Mrs. Lillian Green, Miss Rose Weser, Mrs. Archie Fletcher, Mrs. Charles Monnmger, Mrs, Thomas R. Graves, Mrs. Paul Hyson, Mrs. Elizabeth Federline and Mrs. Marie Murray. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E Good of St. Paul. Minn., are at the Shoreham for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. David R. Smith came to Washington yesterday from their home in Stanley. N. Y„ to spend some time and have taken an apartment at the Wardm.an Park Hotel. Miss Alice M. Pickard of Westbury, Long Island, N. Y., has returned home after spending several days in Wash ington as the guest of Miss Leah E. Elwood of the American Red Cross and other friends who formerly were asso ciated with Miss Pickard in the war time Commission on Training Camp Ac tivities in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lippman of New York City are at the Willard dur ing their Washington visit. Mrs. Charles H. Hanks of Montclair. N. J.. Is at the Carlton for several days, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers Westerfield. also of Montclair. Miss Elin Berner of Stockholm, Swe den. is at the Dodge for a brief time. Miss Berner is head of the Home Eco nomics Department in Stockholm and is in this country in connection with her work there. Mrs. Lillian W. Bonner of Pelham Manor, N. Y., is spending the week at the Shoreham. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer K. Bryant of Atlanta. Ga , are at the Hamilton Ho tel for a few' days. -•-■ EINSTEINS ARE HONORED Physicist and Wife Guests at Spe cial Los Angeles Concert. LOS ANGELES. January 29 yP).—Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Einstein were guests of honor last night at a concert by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, featuring numbers by Jewish composers. The noted physicist, himself a Ger man Jew, is a skilled violinist and a friend of Arthur Rodzlnskl, conductor oi the orchestra. TRADE maw ^ 11 9 At Sloan s Art Galleries 715 Thirteenth Street REGISTERED Dcrman Sale (by Catalogue) Being effects from the estate of Caroline V. Dor man by order of the National Savings and Trust Co., Executor, together with additions from the Thompson and Other Estates. «. Embracing In part \nhn**nn Drovclng Room Suite, AtlliE»«on Carpet, linn lie Halt? Fraud Pinno. Antique and Modern Muhoj nny Furniture. Oriental Husk. Valuable Painting:* and Water color*. Itirli llrnperie*. Imported lSrle-a-Hrae, < arved Ivorlea, Antique (lock*. SilverATnre, lleeorateil Screen*, Kmbrolderle*, Rare Print*. French Furniture, l inen*, etc. To Be Sold at Public Auction Within Our GoUeries 715 13th Street Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, February 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th, 1932 At 2 P. M. Each Day On Exhibition January 30th and February 1st Catalogues on Application to C. G. Sloan & Co., Inc., Auctioneers — s_— 1314 F Street N. W. LAST 2 DAYS! SAfeE Before inventory, we want to clear out our limited lots . . . unusual bargains in every department . . . many others besides those listed here. 'fi&cULGe-cL • $65 Large Suitcase.$32.50 • $20 Zipper Bag.$10 • $25 Man’s Hanger Case, $12.50 • $20 Man’s Toilet Kit.$10 • $6 Buxton Wallets..... .$2.95 • $10 Woman’s Hat Box._$5 • $50 Fitted Tray Case.$25 TO FIGHT TAX BILLS Group Plans to Establish Headquarters and State Opposition at Hearing. Getting under way with the fight against the Mapes Committee tax plans and other legislation that would in crease the operating costs of truck op erators here, the Commercial Motor Vehicle Owners’ Association today was prepared to establish headquarters and perfect organization to press the cam paign. The board of governors of the as sociation met yesterday at the United States Chamber of Commerce and de cided upon this step. A committee was appointed to direct the association’s opposition to the Mapes Committee measures, which would put a weight tax qn motor ve hicles and increase the gasoline tax. It was arranged also to have represent Over SO Years of Quality Service S Modern liver Vault For Valuables and Invaluables SAFETY for Silverware and Heirlooms is insured and assured by our Mod ern, well lighted SILVER W A R E S T O R A G E VAULT. Reasonable Charges Estimates on Request Merchants Transfer and Storage Co. JOHN L. NEWBOLD, Jr.. President 920-922 E St.—Nat. 6900 Storage—Movlnr—Packing—Shipping ation at bus-truck regulation hear ings in the Senate, and on a joint lo cal committee dealing with the situa tion In Virginia, where proposed in creased fees threaten the principle of reciprocity. The committee on the Mapes pro gram will be headed by Charles B. Buck, vice president of the Merchants’ Transfer & Storage Co. It includes Edgar Brawner, Charles P. Maloney, C. E. Fries, Paul Lum and Jerome Fanciulli. W. Spencer Brenizer will be the representative of the association on the joint committee. The bus-truck situation will come be fore the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee next week, when a bill by Senator Couzens, Republican, of Mich igan, chairman of the committee to - —..— .1 ..I I regulate Interestate carriers, will be brought up for hearihg. Yesterday’s meeting also indorsed the McLeod financial responsibility bill for vehicle operators. Mr. Fanciulll, secretary of the as sociation, said that several sites for headquarters were in contemplation, and that they would be inspected today. SHORTRIDGE IMPROVING Senator Shortridge of California, operated on yesterday for a digestive trouble, was described today at Emer gency Hospital as "improving rapidly.” The Senator entered the hospital about a week ago. Rich's twice-yearly SALE $6-90 & $3-90 former prices $10.50 +o $15 A clearance of Rich’s surplus stocks, includ ing the smart distinctive models of autumn and winter. Strap Mules reduced to $2.90 All Sales Final Sale of chiffon ^ hosiery, 85c pair L-r I H I—I 3 pairs, $2.45 " ■ ■ F St. at tenth LANSBURGH’S 7th, 8th and E Sts.—NAtional 9800 Daytime Dresses With New Fashion Details •Waistlines that are on the “up and up ’ •Collars and sleeves that “do tricks ’ •Lively prints for effective trimming •Shoulder capes that add width Rayon prints of a quality that approaches silk in its appearance. . . . All-over prints or plain colors with print trimmings ... in such good business colors — blue, black, soft green, rose and red—sizes 14 to 44. Each dress has one or more of these style fea tures . . . puff sleeves, jabots, boleros, yokes, and scalloped collars! Is a Small Sum (or Such Smart Frocks Marty of Them All Silk! Of course, it’s a special purchase. All silk dresses at $2.95 are not the usual thing, and these have the style and fit of the expensive models from which they were copied! In cluded are some very fine rayon prints. Plain and printed combinations, solid colors, and prints in a complete size range. Whether you wear a 14 or a 50, you’ll find your sizel DOOLITTLE TO ATTEND AERO CLUB RECEPTION Will Come Here Prior to Return to Two Week* of Duty at Selfridge Field. Maj. James H. Doolittle, one of the world's foremost aviators, is to return to active duty with the Army Air Corps for a period of two weeks beginning about February 1 at Selfridge Field, Mich. MaJ. Doolittle is due here tomorrow night and will be the guest of honor at the annual reception held under the auspices of the Aero Club of Washing ton. Since his resignation from the Air Corps more than a year ago, Doolittle has held a major's commission in the Air Corps Reserve. While on active duty next month he Is to make a num ber of altitude flights In standard Army pursuit planes to test effects of low tem perature, under service conditions, on various grades of lubricating oil. Doolittle has won world fame through ' his experimental work In aviation. He Is the only man to take an airplane off, flying a course, return to his starting point and land without seeing outside the airplane cockpit. He was winner of the Schneider trophy competition in 1926. He recently made a dawn-dusk flight connecting the capitals of Can ada, the United States and Mexico. Regulate Church Bells. FFRROL, Spain <&).—Churches toll ing bells will be taxed and the hours they may toll will be restricted, so as not to disturb sleepers, the City Coun cil has decided. —-•-— Oil from the Jaw of porpoises Is being used as lubricant for fine mechanisms. The New Easier Way To Wax Your FLOORS! Just Wipe It On! No Hard Rubbing! "CELLO-WAX" Dries with a Hard, Lasting Lustre! I Pint ... -75c Quart . .$1.25 Gallon . $4.50 —C ELL 0-W A X is a perfected preparation for the treatment of all types of floors. Its application leaves a hard cellophane-like surface that is brilliant without being slippery. —CELLO-WAX requires no hard rubbing or polishing as ordinary waxes do. It is applied easily and quickly, and in fifteen to twenty min utes it will dry with a LUSTRE. Any one is able to apply CELLO WAX. See Also Demonstration on Sale Street Floor Third Floor Av#.—E |MK 0 Inner-Spring Mattress And Box SPRING Use the Budget Plan An Outfit Made to Sell for $49.50 Sold Separately Box Spring, $14.50 Mattress, $13.00 —If you want to know what it means to have a really luxurious rest, try an inner-spring mat tress and box spring! And if you want a real value—buy this outfit now. Both mattress and box spring are covered with striped sateen. All sizes. Note these features— Mattress it fully 6 ins. thick. Noiseless Steel inner springs. Hand-tufted with braid. Finished with lock-stitch roll edge. 4 screen ventilators at sides. Superior inner-spring unit upholstered Covered with Striped Sateen in with 32 lbs. felt. green or orchid. Box Spring covered with Sateen to match. Bed Third Dept. Floor.