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Early Lenten Plans of
Members of Official
Circles in Capital
Mrs. Roosevelt in New York For Short
Stay—Little Cabinet Member
To Sail.
Mrs. Roosevelt left the White House
this morning to spend a few days in
New York. She will inaugurate a new
development in the use of radio in
education by which seniors in the city’s
high schools will be required to listen
to a discussion program and then
participate in similar meetings in their
schools. The program will be called
“America’s Town Meetings” and will
ecme from Tow-n Hall.
The minister of foreign affairs ol
the Dominican Republic and Se
nora Bonetti-Burgos, who left Tues
day evening for New York, will sail
from there tod^y for their home in
the Dominican Republic.
The Minister of Czechoslovakia and
Mme. Veverka and their daughter,
Mile. Nella Veverka. are expected to
return to the Capital the first of next
week. They have been in their home
In Czechoslovakia for several months,
The financial counselor of the Mex
ican Embassy and Senora de Cosic
Villegas left yesterday for Mexico and
Will return to the Capital in a month.
' The financial counselor of the Ru
manian Legation and Mme. Bon
fcesco were hosts at dinner last eve
ning, when their guests included the
secretary of the Yugoslavian Legation
and Mme. Perazic, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
lace Murray and Dr. and Mrs. Thomas
H. Healy.
The Assistant Secretary of War anc
Mrs. Harry H. Woodring will leave
the Capital March 13 for New York
from where they will sail the next
day aboard the U. S. A. T. Republic
for Panama. They will be the guests
of the Governor of the Canal Zone
and Mrs. Julian Schley in their home
in Balboa Heights for several weeks
Mrs. Woodring’s sister, Mrs. A. B
Shaffer of Topeka, Kans., has ar
rived to visit them and will remain
at Woodlawn until their return to the
Capital.
The attache of the Japanese Em
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bassy, Mr. Yujiro Isekl, left Tuesday
for Japan.
Gen. Merritt W. Ireland, former
surgeon general, United States Army,
left last evening for California, where
he will assist the American Medical
Association in instruction of medical
schools in the State of California.
Mrs. Ireland will close their apart
ment and spend the month of March
in St. Petersburg, Fla., where Gen.
Ireland will join her the end of the
month. They will return to Washing
ton early in April.
Mrs. Walter Anderson, wife of the
naval attach of the United States
Embassy in London, is spending a
few weeks with her mother, Mrs.
Charles Ewing. She will leave
Wednesday, March 11.
British Attache ^
Has London Guest.
The air attache of the British Em
bassy, Group Capt. T. E. B. Howe, has
as his guest at the Shoreham Hotel,
Mr. W. A. Duncan, representing the
. air mniistry at London, who will be
in Washington for a visit of several
days.
Mrs. George Barnett, widow of the
wartime commandant of the Marine
Corps, has left for Palm Beach, Fla.,
where she will be the guest of Mrs.
Irving Chase of Waterbury, Conn.
Mrs. Barnett will be gone two weeks.
Capt. and Mrs. John B. Trevor of
New York City are at the Carlton for
a few days. Capt. Trevor is president
of the American Coalition of Patriotic
Societies.
Vicountess d’Alte of New York City
is passing some time at the Carlton.
Mme. Ganna Walska of New York
is at the Carlton during her brief stay
in Washington.
Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Leonard of
Overbrook, Pa., and Washington will
leave tomorrow on a cruise to the
West Indies and South America on
the S. S. Statendan.
Senators’ Wives
Attend Luncheon
Mrs. Edward P. Costigan and Mrs
Bennett Champ Clark, wives of Sen
ators, were among the guests at th<
luncheon today of the Women's Na
tional Democratic Club following the
club’s annual pilgrimage to the tomt
of Woodrow Wilson at the Washingtor
Cathedral. Mrs. Charles S. Hamlir
placed a wreath on the tomb of the
former President.
Mrs. Edward B. Meigs presided a1
the luncheon and the business meet
ing. Others present were Mrs. Emil
Hurja, Mrs. Lucille Cary Lowry, Mrs
Huston Thompson, Mrs. Charles Rior
dan, Mrs. Edward A. Stuart, Mrs
Mary H. Tighe, Mrs. W. Woodward
Cook, Mrs. W. A. Tarver, Mrs. Roberl
Y. Conrad. Mrs. John Martin, Mrs
Robert Nelson. Mrs. P. W. Chappell
Mrs. William Aspinwall, Mrs. K£te T
Abrams, Mrs. H. E. C. Bryant, Mrs,
Guy Mason, Mrs. Garland Ferguson,
Mrs. William L, Beale, Mrs. C. E.
Johnston, Mrs. Royal H. Brasel, Mrs.
J. Harry Covington, Mrs. O. W. Mc
Neese, Mrs. Edward A. Kenney, Mrs.
Bates Warren, Mrs. Thomas B. Love,
Miss Bell B. Snyder, Miss Gertrude
Snyder, Mrs. David Tucker Brown,
Mrs. Thomas Armat, Mrs. Frank H.
Snell, Mrs. D. A. McDougal, Mrs. W.
Jennings Price, Mrs. Thomas Page,
Mrs. George E. Adamson, Mrs. George
Iierbst, Mrs. Claude Porter, Mrs. Edgar
Kay, Mrs. Franklin H. Kenworthy.
Mrs. A. D. Wright, Mrs. A. A. Jones
and Mrs. Adrian F. Busick.
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Mile, de Laboulaye to
r Represent Students
Mile. Marie Therese de Laboulaye,
daughter of the French Ambassador
and Mme. de Laboulaye, will represent
the French girls who have studied at
Trinity College at the national con
ference of the 22 Trinity College
Alumnae chapters, which will be held
In Washington March 21 and March
22. Mile, de Laboulaye is a graduate
of the college in the class of 1934.
In addition to the chapter delegates
there will be representatives from every
Trinity graduating class since 1904 at
the convention, which will be held at
the Mayflower Hotel. One of the
highlights of the meeting will be &
banquet at the Mayflower Saturday
night, March 22, when Msgr. Fulton
J. Sheen will be the honor guest and
speaker.
The conference has been called by
the Alumnae Council of the Trinity
Alumnae Association, and Miss Flor
ence Judge of Washington, national
president of the association, will pre
Bide at the two-day meeting.
Poetry Clinic to Be
Held This Afternoon
As part of the general program out
lined b Mrs. D. A. McDougal, recently
appointed chairman of the Poetry
Committee of the General Federation
of Women’s Clubs, there will be a
poetry clinic held this afternoon at
4 o’clock at the Raleigh Hotel.
This will be the first of a series
to be held on the second and fourth
Thursdays of each month, when orig
inal poems will be read and discussed.
The District committee, assisting, is
composed of Mrs. Inez Shelden Tyler,
editor Blue Moon, chairman; Mrs.
Elaine James, Mrs. J. H. Wright and
Miss Alice Hutchins Drake, with Mrs.
Vachel Lindsay, advisory member.
Interesting Families of the Capital
Mrs. James H. Littlehales, pop
ular young matron 0/ the
younger set, with her sons,
George and Baby John. They
make their home on Glenbrook
road. Harris-Ewing Photos.
Mrs. John Cross, with her chil
dren, John and Baby Claude.
Mrs. Cross is the daughter of
Representative and Mrs. Claude
Fuller of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs.
Cross make their home in Chevy
Chase.
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Mississippi Society
Party Saturday
The Mississippi State Society of
Washington will hold a fancy dress
ball, leap year and Valentire party
Saturday night at the Lee House
Hotel, Fifteenth and L streets north
west. Prizes will be given for the pret
tiest costume and also a prize for the
most comical costume. All Mlsslssip
pians and their friends are Invited to
enjoy the evening. Admission by
membership card, and those not hold
ing cards may secure tickets at the
door.
Mrs. Warren Irving Glover, jr., the former Miss Elizabeth
Hoover, with Warren Irving Glover, 3d. Mrs. Glover is the daugh
ter-in-law of the former Assistant Postmaster General.
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Mrs. Huntington-Kidd
Cancels At Home
Mrs. Huntington-Kidd has can
celed her at home this afternoon.
She will not receive Thursdays dur
ing the Lenten season.
Potomac Boat Club
Leap Year Party
A leap year party under the auspices
of the Potomac Boat Club will be held
Saturday evening from 9 to 1 o'clock
at the club house. Thirty-sixth and
K streets northwest.
The proceeds of this party are to go
towards defraying the expenses of
building a new float which was lost
in the big ice jam. All members and
there friends are invited to attend.
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KArLUWITZ
THE COAT AND SUIT SPECIALTY SHOP
ON THIRTEENTH STREET
BETWEEN EANDF
DRESSES‘SPORTSWEAR* GOWNS
FRIDAY MORNING ONLY
8:30 TO 12:30
125 Dresses were $16.95 $5
AFTERNOON . . . DAYTIME . . .
SPORTS ... All YEAR-ROUND
WEAR . . . BLACK, NAVY, SHADES
. . . SIZES 11 TO 38.
28 Dresses were $29.35 $10
WHITE FORMAL GOWNS . .
METAL CLOTH . . . NAVY AND
! BLACK AFTERNOON GOWNS . . .
j SIZES 14 TO 44.
! MARINETTE; THE AR1ST0- * , c
I CRAT OF KNITTED WEAR. * ‘ O
I 65 2-PIECE AND 3-PIECE MODELS.
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PRICES
$25- $29.35, $35. SIZES 12 TO 44.
CHOICE OF THE HOUSE!
! 43 Winter Coats $25
! WERE $39 TO $58 . . . GORGEOUS
FURS . . . QUALITY FABRICS . . .
STUNNING MODELS ... BUY ONE
FOR NOW AND FOR SEASONS TO
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REDUCTIONS SO DRASTIC WE
• EXPECT EVERY ONE OF THESE
COATS TO GO TOMORROW.
FUR COATS
TO CLOSE-OUT
EXCLUSIVE SPECIALISTS
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The CADETS
are making a lot of good matches
Not that we're surprised. It's an indifferent
woman who could resist the subtle flattery
of these charmers from New York. High-cut
collar, square lines and the ability to change
their color scheme by a simple twist of the
tongue. Black, navy or brown gabardine, or
all patent leather_12.50
gg gjg n-bleu
Reversible but
ton-on tongue
gives one or
two tone effect. F /TREET AT 10TH
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SQUARE HEELS and TOES
No longer a fad, square heels and toes have
become an obsession with smart women
i A 0 ♦hey’re such high fashion
A »r0r****' *hey make your feet look so small
they have a compelling debonair chie
' An "I. Miller Beautiful" apera In British
Ten calf or black patent leather . . .
Charge Accounts Wei corned
1222 F NW‘
When you place a Biggs Authentic Colonial
Reproduction in your home, your pride of pos
session will increase as your friends remark its
distinction and youf family enjoys its comfort
and charm.
20% DISCOUNT SALE
I Now in Progress
I Duncan Phyfe Dining Table with two turned ped
estals, reeded legs and brass claw feet and reeded
edge shows the Sheraton influence which is char
acteristic of the design of Phyfe. Handmade of
solid mahogany. 48 inches wide, 72 inches long,
extending to 9 ft. Reg- pi 4% AA
ular price $190.00. Mid- ^ | M
Winter Sale Price_ ■ tM Mm •
Right in Design, Right in Quality,
Right in Price
Terms if Derired
CONNECTICUT BIGGS
ANTIQUE COMPANY
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TWO LOTS OF
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RIZIK
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1213 F Street . . 1108 Connecticut Avenue
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ARTHUR BlUIRY shoe c°
F St at; 4-th. —
We Have Combined
Many Grades of
jg Ladies’ Shoes ■
Placing them in one lot—
for clearance — drastically
reducing them to
ssssi • * ■' ^ *s
There isn’t a style that
hasn’t been popular—and
out of the combined lots you
lHI can be quite certain of being BIB
But the best is first to go
—so come promptly.
Under the circumstances we must
ask that each selection be final. No
!gfti returns; no exchanges; no C.O.D.’s.
* H 1343 I: Street
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SWEATER FROCK OF
ANGORA
CHIFFON
i $12.95
JHE simple, becoming style
and lovely colors make
the "Rambler" a valuable
addition to any wardrobe.
Its cable-stitch blouse and
purled hemline make it look
like a fine handknit suit.
Fashioned of soft angora
mixture yarns that will not
stretch or sag, shrink nor
wrinkle ... it washes like a
charm. White, coral, tur
quoise, gold, light blue, bali
red. Sizes 14 to 20.
V • CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED • ®(
RALEIGH HABERDASHER
y THE WOMEN'S SHOP—1310 F STREET J
FEBRUARY IS FINAL REDUCTION MONTH! •
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0 MORE advertising this season of
\ ! Winter merchandise; and no further
! | reductions! This is your last chance
j to buy fine quality Zirkin apparel at '
\! j these low prices ... prices that will pay
| you handsomely to anticipate next season’s re
quirements. Furs in particular have advanced ...
| | buy tomorrow or Saturday!
j 14 Northern Seal Dyed-Cony Coats, black, brown, $59.75
all sites, formerly $95.00 -
1 Raccoon Walking Coot, sise 16, formerly $69.75
$165.00 ..-... Y
1 Raccoon Coat, sise 12, formerly $79.50
$195.00 .-.
1 Civet Cat Coat, sise 14, formerly $68.00
j $135.00 .-...*
4 Black Lapin Dyed-Coney Jackets, sixes 14, 18, $1 3,95
20, 40, formerly $35.00 and $39.75 -
j 14 Lapin Dyed-Coney Coats (Brown and Black), $28.00
formerly $49.75 to $55.00 -
2 Chinese Kidskin Coats, small sixes, formerly $59 75
$175.00 to $195.00 _ ^
1 Natural Mink Paw Coat, sixe 18, formerly $139
I $235.00 _ n
1 Black Persian Lamb Coat (Swagger), sixe 16, $159
formerly $265.00 - —
2 Hudson Seal Dyed-Muskrat Coats, small $129.50 *
sixes, formerly $195.00-^
1 Silver Fox Cape (full skin), formerly $110.00. $39.75
(Suitable for Spring wear)
2 Silver Fox Capes (full skins), formerly $59.75
$125.00. (Suitable for Spring wear) -**
j 1 Natural Blua Fox Scarf, formerly $125.00. $39.75
j (Suitable for Spring wear)- ^
1 Cross Fox Scarf, formerly $125.00. (Suitable $39.75
for Spring wear) -
1 White Ermina Swagger Coat, *A length. Sixe $259 I
j 16, formerly $550.00 -
1 Canary Ermina Swagger Coat. Sixe 16, C| M
formerly $350.00 ---^
2 Brown Alaska Sealskin Coats. Sixes 16 and $179
If, formerly $395.00 -^
1 Persian Lamb Swagger Coat. Sixe 16, $139
formerly $250.00 -
4 Black Caracul Saif-Trimmed Coats. Sixes 16, $98
18 and 40, formerly $179 to $235
3 Brown Russian Caracul (self and fox trimmed). $|$9
\ Sixes 16, 18 and 20, formerly $395.00-^
1 Somali Leopard Coat (Beaver collar and cuffs). $239
j Sise 14, formerly $350.00 -
1 Jap Weasel */♦-Length Princess Coot. Sixe $179
16, formerly $350.00 -
1 2 Cocoa Ermina Swagger Coats. Sixes 14 and $159
•, i_-I- c 3 o c nn " *
2 Silver-Fox-Trimmed Hudson Seoi-Dyed Muskrat C1 OR
Coats. Sixes 16 and 18, formerly $350.00
1 Genuine Eastern Mipk Coat. Sixe 16, formerly $398
$895.00 ...-.Y
5 Brown Russian Pony Coats, formerly $98
$169.00 .....T -M
1 Eel Grey Kidskin Coat with Flat Fox Collar. $|39
Sixa 16, formarly $350.00 .^
1 Jap Mink Capa, formerly $29.75 1
$79.00 ..-.y
1 Grey Kidskin Coat. Sixe 18, formerly $139
$235.00 .y
9 Black Forstmann Cloth Coats, Full Skin Silver I
Fox Collar. Sixes 16 to 42, formarly $98.50 $CQ 75
to $139.50 .r. |
15 Fur-Trimmed Cloth Coats, formerly $22 95 i
$49.75 . y
19 Fur-Trimmed Cloth Coats, formerly $33 95
$79.50 .-. y
15 Wintar Crepa Street Dresses, assorted colors, CC OC
all sixes axcept 38, formerly $16.95 to $19.75— *** * ^
20 Winter Crape Street and Evaninp Dresses. Sixes (Q OC
12-44, formerly $25.00 to $39.75.. f if
All Sales Final
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Washington’s Oldest Furriers—Established 1885
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