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(Continued From Second Page.) Short, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Oxholm, Mr. and Mrs. Trank Nesbit, Mr and lln. Craig Peacock, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Le Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Yost, Commissioner Charles March. Mr. Frank Heinzleman and Miss Cor rine Woodruff. Mrs. Reginald Bradlee and daughter, Mias Ruth Bradlee of Winchester, Maaa, are guests of Dr. Joseph M. M. Cray, chancellor of American Uni veralty, and Mrs. Gray, at their resi dence on the campus. Mrs. Alexander Hamilton, accom panied by Mrs. Henry Stallings, ar rived here from their homes in New York City over the week end, and during their stay they are occupying a suite at the Wardm&n Park. Mr. and Mrs. St. N. Despard of Toronto. Canada, were the guests in whose honor Mr. and Mrs. R. S. dTSspard of Chevy Chase entertained at dinner yesterday at the Little Tea House. Mrs. Gilbank Twlgg has motored from her home in Boyce, Va., and is at the Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Powers of Ames, Iowa, are guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Crocker, and family at the Chastle ton. The visitors, who since Septem ber have been in the East and Florida, will remain a month before returning to Iowa, where Mr. Powers Is owner and publisher of the Ames Daily Tribune Times. Mrs. James J. O'Hara has returned to her home on Reservoir road after two months in California and Arizona, where she visited her son, Lieut. James O'Hara. Many subscribers will attend the third and last concert this season of j the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Serge Koussevitsky, conducting, which will be given tomorrow' afternoon in Constitution Hall, at 4:40 o’clock. Mrs. Roosevelt is expected to occupy her box with a number of guests, and among others who will be in the audi ence will be Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes, the Minister of Switzerland and Mme. Peter, the Minister of the Union of South Africa and Mrs. Close, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Harlan Flske Stone, Mrs. Robert Low Bacon, Mrs. Chester C. Bolton, Mrs. William Phillips, Mrs. Wilbur J. Carr, Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Coolidge, Mrs. Wil liam Howard Taft. Mrs. Alfred A. Wheat, Mrs. William R. Castle. Mrs. Hugh Campbell Wallace, Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss, Miss Alice Clapp. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Eliot, Mrs. W. W. Galbraith. Mrs. Oscar Jarecki, Mrs. Frederic F. A. Keep, Mme. Kousse vitsky, Mrs. Henry Leonard. Mrs. Adolph Caspar Miller. Mrs. Russell William Magna, Mrs. Eugene Meyer, Mrs. Edward C. Walker. Miss Mabel Boardman, Mrs. Keith Merrill. Mrs. Edwin B. Parker. Mr. Gustav Weckel, Mrs. Charles D. Walcott, Mrs. Charles M. Lea, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Ken nedy and Mrs. Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge. Mrs. Copley Amory, Miss Moira Archbold, Mrs. Edward B. Burling, Mrs. James Berrall, Mrs. E. V. Book miller, Mrs. H. R. Bigelow, Mrs. Paul Bastedo, Mrs. F. Lammot Berlin, Miss Ruth Brown, Mrs. Henry Berliner, Mrs. F. W. Bunker, Mr. Edgar Buck ingham, Col. Howard H. Baily, Mrs. John C. Breckenridge, Mrs. Hiram Bingham, Rear Admiral and Mrs. W. L. Capps, Mrs. Joseph H. Choate, Mrs. Edward Chapman, Mrs. Charlotte Lippitt, the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. F. Ward Denys, Mrs. Tracy Dows, Mrs. C. de Freitas-Valle. Mrs. George M. Eckels. Mrs. Henry Parsons Erwin, Mrs. Wiliam Corcoran Eustis, Mrs. F. E. Farrington, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Fletcher, Mrs. Tod Ford, Mrs. Henry Fitzhugh, Mme. Cantacuzene Grant, Mrs. Clarence Norton Goodwin, Mrs. Pierre Galllard, Mrs. Chandler Hale, Miss P. M. Harding, Miss A. M. Hege lian, Mrs. Perry S. Heath, Miss Laura Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Heurich, Col. H. J. Hunt, Mrs. Charl otte A. Hopper, Mrs. Walter Bruce Howe, Miss Grace Dunham Guest, Mrs. Hennen Jennings, Mrs. J. B, Kendall. Mrs. WUliam Fitch Kelley, Mrs. Milton King, Mrs. Emory S. Land, Mrs. George C. Lodge, Mrs. H. C. Morris, Mrs. Edward B. Meigs, Mrs. T. H. B. McKnight, Mrs. George Maurice Morris, Mrs. Carroll Miller, 1 Mrs. George Hewitt Myers, Mr. Frank i B. Noyes, Mrs. John J. O’Connor, Miss < Elizabeth Patterson, Mrs. John L. 1 Proctor, Mrs. George Peek, Mrs. Grace : Morrison Poole, Mrs. A. K. Payne, Mrs. F. S. Rutherford, Mrs. Alexander Rodgers, Mrs. S. H. Reizenstein, Mr. William K. Ryan, Mrs. Ralph Rich ards, Miss B. F. Rogers, Mrs. Jouett Shouse, Mrs. Charles R. Shepherd, Mrs. George Shiras, Mr. M. L. Sperry, diss Isabel Sedgley, Dr. William Sc ha us, Miss Anita Schade, Mrs. Fred rick H. Taber, Mrs. Carl Voegtlln, Dr Sigurd von Numers, Mrs. J. Marvir Wright, Mrs. John C. Wilson, Mrs. Frances Nash Watson, Mrs. Price Whitaker, Mrs. Lee P. Warren, Miss I. C. Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warren and Mrs. Thomas S. Wiles. Mrs. Grosvenor Gives Benefit Lecture Tonight. Mrs. Gilbert Grosvenor will give a lecture this evening on “Following In the Footsteps of the Crusaders to Je rusalem” in the parish hall of the Church of the Epiphany at 1317 G street at 8 o’clock for the benefit of the Washington League for the Hard of Hearing. Mrs. Grosvenor is the daughter of the late Alexander Gra ham Bell, Inventor of the telephone, and has always had a deep and active Interest in the work for the hard of hearing. The Washington League for the Hard of Hearing has headquar ters at 1118 Vermont avenue and Mrs. Charles W. Richardson is chairman of the Committee on Arrangements for the lecture tonight. Assisting Mrs. Richardson are Mrs. Ada Morgan Hill, president of the local league; Mrs. Laura Stovel, Miss Betty Wright, Mrs. Grace Berry, Mrs. John B. Ken dall, Miss Helen Nlcholay.- Mrs. Ze Barney Phillips, Mrs. Joseph R. Slzoo and Mrs. Florence P. Spollard. An aeronautical banquet and ball at the Shore ham Hotel tomorrow night will be the social high light of the first national Intercollegiate Flying Con ference here tomorrow and Wednes day. Senator McAdoo of California, president of the National Aeronautic Association, will welcome the visitors, representing colleges and universities In all parts of the United States. The Aero Club of Washington Is sponsoring the affair and Chester H. (Continued on Fourth Page.) Solid Mahogany DAY BEDS The most exquisite creations you ever saw! Same height at ; both ends! Twenty-four-hour use—as a divan by day and an extremely comfortable bed by night. Every style a thorough bred and a beauty. Priced to meet today's budgets. Inner-spring mattresses and bos springs made to rrder. A com plete line of "Better" Beds. LAFAYETTE BED SHOP 1747 Rhode Inland Ave. At Conn. Ave. DIst. 5034 ■ - ! .. ■ 1 - Wedding Bouquets Because the bride must treasure every thing that goes to make her wedding beautiful, we have created unusu ally attractive wedding bouquets for her and her bridesmaids. Al ways they will be a worthy reminder of the day that comes “once in a lifetime.” Member Florists' Telegraph Delivery Service Flowers 500,000 Fresh Cut Square _ . Feet Tw,Ce Under Daily Glass Main Store, 1212 F St. N.W. 3 Branch Flower Stores. Phone NAt. 4276. rtOUSTERING ; CHAIRS Re-covered as low as | 58-50 1 SETTEES Re-covered as low as $12-50 Let La France Shops re-cover and re-build your old furniture, bringing back its original beauty. Special equipment is employed which will give your furniture the best workmanship available. REI PHOLSTERED f3> PIECE SUITE, <£/•■* 00 INCLUDING MATERIAL AND LABOR La France Upholstering Co. 2509 14th 8T. N.W. COL. 1017* -T-.. . - —I ■ uulin & Martin After-Dinner Cups and Saucers This famous store is abloom with new selections. Come in and glory in the inexpensive beauty of these after dinners—by Lenox. Wedgwood and other English. Bavarian and French potters of quality. Those sketched range from— $|.°° to $5.75 (THIRD FLOOR) Bone China Tea Sets Illustrated is one of two lovely pat terns offered at the same price—in blue and tan or green and tan on ivory, with pink flower and bird design—gold line. A complete Tea Service for eight—8 tea ~ ^ plates, 8 cups and saucers, J A / tea pot, sugar and cream.. % China Coffee Sets It has been many years since we have seen such beautiful Coffee Sets, of genuine English Bone China, so at tractively priced. Choice of five solid colors treated with gold. Set of 21 pieces in red, green or fawn—8 after-dinner cups _ and saucers, tea pot, sugar and cream . eJoJ Cobalt Blue or Maroon . f 42 Salad and Dessert Plates (Sketched) 60c to $3*25 1 • All Recent Importations in a Lovely Selection of Design* Over 150 Dinnerware Pattern* in m M m apan stock offer a service for # ■ M • P /M/M • — y c^JUUH Oe/tuUUfl _ _r V ^ ► k. Illustrating Our Style Leadership in DRESSES One year ago Saks adapted an OLD Idea to a New department. The department ... DRESSES ... the Idea INDIVIDUALITY IN EVERY MODEL . . . regardless of price. This zealously guarded ideal has merited the loyalty of a style-conscious, discriminating clientele . . . to whom we are duly grateful. DRESSES .. . each allur ingly style-right . . . each distinctively different . . . each strikingly individual . . . each selected from our vitally NEW spring groups. Tuo Special Groups *1395 and $in95 V SAKS ~ 610 Twelfti St. S' r Dress Salon \ 2nd Floor I i (Man-tailored By a Famous Man's Hatter in Feminine Style / !A RACY, COMPLETELY audacious sailor to give you I fresh conceit this Spring. It’s just the hat for your new d Spring suit or British tweeds. And it's smartly tailored for ^ us by a famous man's hatter. Felt or Porcupine (?*/ I Straw in the newest Spring colors. fO,/3 Other Byron Man-Tailored Hats at S5 QF men’* wear flannel. There are two versions of this wardrobe-in-a>auit. In one the B topcoat is a plain color with a harmonizing checked jacket and skirt. In the other the skirt and jacket are plain and the topcoat checked. L, The pique blouse sketched above it r priced at S2.9S. Other Spring blouses I to tiO.95. i The bag sketched above is priced at i ; as. Other new bags to tit. SUIT I *35 }ther Raleigh Man-Tailored Suits, $19.9S to $6$ V, • Parking Service—Chauffeurs in Attendance • J [ RALEIGH HABERDASHER ) L THE WOMEN’S SHOP—1310 F STREET al 4 4 ..— - 1 1 - I F. H. A. Head’s Son Weds Cleveland Girl Robert Arkel Moffett, eldest son of Federal Housing Administrator James A. Moffett, shown in Palm Beach. Fla., as he was married to Miss Ruth Marian Quigley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas Quigley of Cleve land, Ohio. Left to right: Miss Constance Bader, Dover, Mass., the bride s attendant; Moffett, Miss Quigley and James A. Moffett, his son’s best man. _A P. Photo.