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Plans Are Made for Veterans' Party at
White House Thursday Should Rain
Interfere Tomorrow.
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' HOULD rain prevent the President
and Mrs. Hoover from holding
the garden party planned for the
W J World W’ar veterans in hospitals
In and near Washington tomor
[ tow afternoon, for which cards were
; Issued last week, the party will be held
■ on the lawn the following day. Many
; of the men who enjoy this annual
* garden party are chair patients and
• in past seasons several were brought
■ lo the White House on cots.
* Mrs. Hoover has returned to the
' White House from a trip to Medford,
Mass., where she received the degree
• of master of arts. Five thousand per
J sons witnessed the ceremony.
' Lady Lindsay Sails Tomorrow
To Spend Season In England.
Lady Lindsay, wife of the Ambassa
; dor of Great Britain, left the Capital
this morning for New York and will sail
tomorrow aboard the Olympic for Eng
land to spend the Summer. The Am
bassador was unable to leave Washing
ton to accompany Lady Lindsay to New
York at this time, but is expected to
Join her iater in their Summer home
in England.
The Ambassador of Belgium. M. Paul
May, is expected to return today from
New York, where he went with Mme.
May and their daughters last week to
see them sail for their home in Bel
gium to spend the Summer.
The Minister of the Irish Free State,
Mr. Michael MacWhite, has gone to
New York, where he will be for several
Mrs. Schall. wife of Senator Thomas
E. Schall of Minnesota, entertained at
luncheon today in her charming home.
In Bcrwvn. Md.. in honor of Miss Dor
othy Gasque, daughter of Representa
tive and Mrs. Allard H. Gasque of Flor
ence, S. C., whose marriage to Lieut.
John A. Hollowell, U. S. N., will take
place Thursday at noon in the First
Baptist Church. Mrs. Schall will be
matron of honor for Miss Gasque.
The house was effectively decorated
with pink roses from the gardens of
Mrs. Schalls home. The guests re
mained during the afternoon, when a
number of young men joined the com
pany for dancing. The company at
the luncheon included Mrs. Gasque.
mother of the bride; Mrs. Haynes Lem
mon, sister of the bride; Mrs. John J.
McSwain, Mrs. James Dodson. Mrs.
Hugh Bierman. sister of Mrs. Schall,
who assisted her; Miss Priscilla Evans,
Mrs. Eldon P. King. Mrs. Jack Mar
shall. Mrs. Laddson Mills, Miss Evelyn
Howe and her house*guest, Miss Mo
zelle Oglesbie: Miss Billie Carmichael,
Miss Ruth Fuller, Miss Dorothy Dial,
Miss Helen Chandler, Miss Mamie Mc
Cann, Miss Clyde Lee Gilbert, Miss
Janey McSwain, Miss Isabel Smith,
Miss Elizabeth Cooper, Miss Anne
Kostka of Annapolis and Miss Anne
Miss Graham will entertain at a ]
buffet supper tomorrow evening at the
Shoreham following the rehearsal of
the wedding.
Representative and Mrs. Gasque have
as their house guests the latter’s sister,
Mrs. J. F. Dobson, who will sing at the
wedding: Miss Helen Chandler, Miss
Mamie McCann and Miss Clyde Lee Gil
bert. Mrs. Dobson has visited In Wash
ington several times, having given a
program at the Congressional Club this
Miss Teresa McDavld of Greenville,
S. C., entertained at luncheon yester
day at the Shoreham for Miss Gasque,
when the guests Included Mrs. Thomas
D. Schall, Mrs. Allard H. Gasque,
mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. Wil
liam Williams. Mrs. T. M. Ross, Mrs.
John J. McSwain, Mrs. Finley, Miss Isa
bel Smith, Miss Janey McSwain, Miss
Elizabeth Cooper. Miss Dorothy Dial,
Mrs. Andrew McFall, Mrs. Richardson,
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A minimum charge, with
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North 4866
Potomac 3026
1332-34 Connecticut Ave.
At Dupont Circle
half price sale
100 sheer dresses
tomorrow 8,25
previous price 16.50
no cooler fabric for
street and afternoon
navy, new blue
beige and rose
sizes 12 to 44
I 43
: Dressy Afternoon and Daytime
Formerly 29.50 to 49J50
Exquisitely dainty gowns for
immediate and vacation
wear. Light Spring and
Summer fabrics such as tub
silks, etc.
1213 F Street
It Makes a Difference Where Your
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It you think enough of your rugs to clean them...be sure
the work is well done and your rugs are stored in a safe and
sanitary place . • • \ ogue uses the most advanced system in
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4. Vogue uses the most modern equipment in Washington!
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™ Estimates Cheerfully Given
"Home of the Special Process”
3rd and Eye Streets N.E.
Mrs. Robert Milford, Mrs. King and
Mrs. Laddson Mills.
Mrs. Jack Marshall entertained at
luncheon Friday In honor of Miss
Gasque, when the guests were mem
bers of her wedding party.
Persian Charge d’Affaires
Host to Fellow Diplomat.
The charge d'affaires of Persia, Mr.
Yadcllah Azodi. will entertain at a paity
this evening at the legation in honor
of the retiring first secretary of the
legation, Mr. Abdo* Vahab Bader, who
will leave shortly for Persia. The com
pany tonight will include officials of the
State Department, members of the
diplomatic corps and close friends of
the popular diplomat, who has been
assigned to duty In the foreign office
The administrative assistant to the
President and Mrs. French Strother will
entertain a email company at dinner
this evening for their house guest. Miss
Virginia Neal of Flushing, Long Island.
Princess Cantacuzene, formerly Miss
Julia Dent Grant, arrived In Washing
ton today from Sarasota, Fla., where
she has been through the Winter and
Spring, and will be at the Mayflower
for a few weeks.
Miss Virginia Dawes, daughter of
Gen. and Mrs. Charles Gates Dawes,
who since returning from her studies
abroad has been spending much of her
time with her parents at the Willard,
left yesterday for Evanston, 111. Mrs.
Dawes will leave Washington to join
her family at their home in that city
in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Howard. 3d,
are spending a few days in New York,
where they went to see the latter’s
grandmother, Mrs. Edward T. Stotes
bury, sail with Mr. Stotesbury to spend
the Summer abroad. Mrs. Howard was
before her marriage Miss Louise Brooks,
daughter of Mrs. Lionel Atwill.
Mrs. Steele, wife of Capt. George W.
Steele, U. S. N„ is In New York for a
short stay before leaving for San Diego,
Calif., to join Capt. Steele. Mrs. Steele,
was formerly Mrs. Wilfred Du Puy of
Pittsburgh and Washington.
The former Governor General of the
Philippines, Mr. Dwight F. Davis, ac
companied by his daughters. Miss Alice
Davis and Miss Helen Davis, will sail
this evening on the Europa for France.
Mrs. Davis has been abroad for some
time recuperating from a severe Illness.
Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins closed her
apartment at 2029 Connecticut avenue
this morning and went to her Summer
home at Ventnor, N. J., where she will
spend the Summer.
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth Hen
ning. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
S. Henning, to Lieut. Nelson Landon
Head, U. S. A., will take place at 4
o’clock, August 10. In the Washington
Cathedral, and will be followed by a
small reception at the home of the
bride’s parents, 2737 Cathedral avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Frank Johnson
have Issued Invitations for the mar
riage of their daughter, Florence Mar
ilyn, to Mr. Donald Newman Harper,
Saturday evening, June 25, at 8 o'clock,
in the Calvary Methodist Church.
A reception will follow immediately
in the home of the bride’s parents, at
3003 Thirteenth street northwest.
Mrs. Karl Boy-Ed and Miss Boy-Ed
are sailing today on the Europe for
Europe, after spending several months
in this country. Mrs. Boy-Ed is the
widow of the late former military at
tache of the Germany embassy before
the World War.
Col. Stephen L'H. Slocum will leave
tomorrow aboard his private car for
his fishing camp on the Bonadventure
I River in Canada. He will be accom
panied by Mr. Andrew Carnegie, Dr.
James F. Mitchell and Dr. John Minor.
Derby-Fulton Wedding
In Bethlehem Chapel.
The marriage of Miss Polly Fulton,
I daughter of Capt. Walter Scott Ful
ton, U. S. A., and Mrs. Fulton, to Lieut.
Large White Rough Straws
Needless to quote comparative prices . . . they would
be almost beyond belief! Useless to launch into a
description of the splendid values we offer in this sale
. . . our most conservative words would sound exag
gerated! Therefore ... we merely say, “Come in, and
see for yourself.”
Assorted Styles—Assorted Trims—
Large and Small Headsizes
1221 F Jtreet, H.M,
1108 F St. N.W.
Before Closing for the
Months of July and August
Beginning Tomorrow Morning, Wednesday.. 8:30
Irresistible Reductions
*5 $I075 *1650
and up
Included are our smart tub silks and cottons for day wear;
divinely printed and pastel chiffons. You must have one for
Summer parties and June weddings!
The wise woman will now make purchases for traveling or
early Fall wear from this remaining stock, further reduced.
$2*50 $3‘50 $5*50
No C. O. D.'s All Sales Final
No Exchanges No Refunds
Roger Barton Derby, U. 8. A., son of
Col. George McClelland Derby, U. S. A.,
retired, and Mrs. Derby, will take place
this afternoon. The ceremony will be
performed In Bethlehem Chapel of the
Washington Cathedral, Canon G. Pree
land Peter officiating, at 5 o’clock. A
reception for a small company of rela
tives and Intimate friends will follow
In the home of the bride’s parents.
Ihe bride will be given In Aarriage
by her father and her gown is of Ivory
white satin. It Is fashioned after a
Chanel model, closely molded to her
figure and very long with a long train.
The bodice has no trimming and the
long sleeves are fitted. She will wear
a veil of rare old rose point lace, an
heirloom In the bridegroom's family,
and will carry gardenias.
Miss Katharine Ober of St. Paul,
Minn., will be maid of honor and the
bridesmaids will be Miss Mary Myers,
Miss Eleanor Van Shaaclc and Miss
Elizabeth Mitchell of Denver, Colo.,
and Miss Prances Davis of New York.
The maid of honor will wear pistaclo
green chiffon, the full skirt long and
the short jacket having short puffed
sleeves. Her hat will be of tulle in the
same shade, trimmed with yellow rlb
(Continued on Third’Page.)
Cretonnes and linens
cleaned and refinished.
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ana Plant
1SS4 PA. AVE. S.E.
rptewn once. 70S nta »t. M.W.
f s
The Foot
continues as a
regular part of
the SERVICE at
all “Hahn” stores
LAST week we had an ex
pert here demonstrating
and instructing our sales
people in a new technique
of Building Up Shoes, from
the inside—to make them
conform to individual foot
Scores of women came in.
They went away experienc
ing what, in many cases, was
the first complete and per
fect comfort they’d had in
We are so well impressed
with the value of this Serv
ice—to those it'ho cannot
ordinarily he fitted in most
shoes—that we shall con
tinue it regularly. And it
will he mighty helpful to
We are now specializing
in a bigger way on ex
treme sizes and narrower
Women’s sizes car
ried regularly up to
10, widths from
Men's shoes, as
large as 14, widths
from AAA to EE.
Misses' and chil
dren's shoes from
AA width.
ways of being
fashionable in
the world’s most
comfortable shoes!
^ hite or natural linen ties and straps, $8.50
white or brown kid trim..
White China Buckskin, brown or black $10.50
trim Spectator Sports Shoes.
white or natural Mesh ties or straps, $10.50
white or almora kid trim.
1207 F S.
W. & J. Sloane. 709 Twelfth
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Special Prices on
American Oriental
& Axminster Rugs
TtfN addition to the very
jb choice collection of
patterns made avail
able for your selection—
you have the assurance
of superior quality—
which emphasizes t h e ^
importance of the reduc
tions we have made and
the savings you can
enjoy through prompt
All Our Axminsters—9x12 and 8.3x10.6
From the best American looms—makers whose productions we control.
Every pattern an artistic masterpiece.
Were $30 to $50. Note $25/75
Gulistan Orientals
Very like the native in their wealth of color and conception in pattern—and
executed with a skill truly remarkable. The collection offered represents patterns
that are discontinued.
27x54—Were $11. $Q25 •
4.6x7.6—Were $39.50. *33*°
6x9— Were $66. $56
9x12—Were $100. $85
Two Groups of Barazak Rugs
Heavy quality and with the beautiful sheen that is so prized. Discontinued
9x12—Were $150.
27x54—Were $15.
$69.50 Merak Rugs «*• $59
Suggestive of genuine Orientals in designs and coloring.
Twelfth W.&j.SLOANE g
‘The H ouse with the Green Shutters
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