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Mori Than Four Hundred Guests
r; Enttffained Before the Mid
week Danoe.
Tablis Set in Every Room, All
Deooxated With Spring Bios
i soms and Flowers.
wiver In the Wtory of , the Chevy
CHalfl Cllibvhave bo mny dined under
Its roof as. gathered Uit evening before
the midweek dance. Tables were set
not only In the large dining room but
In the private dining rooms, and In the
molting room, all of which were decor
ated wth spring flowers and sprays of
cherry blossoms, making a beautiful
setting for he brilliant gathering of
society .fslk. Th.ere were over 4W
One Interesting dinner party was
glysn by Naval Constructor and Mrs.
Sidney M. Henry whose guests Included
Naval Constructor and Mrs. J. A.
Furer, Naval Constructor and Mrs. J.
I Ackerson, Civil Engineer and Mrs.
A. I Parsons, om'mander" and Mrs.
B. C. Allen, of Annapolis: Lieut, and
Mrs. A. T. Church and Lieut, and Mrs.
ll&vld LaBreton.
Cotnrc ander-and Mrs. George I Smith
entertained a party In honor of their,
house guest. Miss Helen Harrington,
of Plsinflcld. N. J. The other guests
wore Mrs. Charles C. Hartlgan, Miss
r.mlly Beatty, Lieut. paul'H. Bastedo, ,
Lieut Ilaller Belt, Lieut. T. A. Thorn
eon, and Lieut. John Isoman. Mrs.
Dllworth Hlbbard entertained at din
new ' I
Among her guests were Miss Eliza
beth Kickey, Miss Ethel Mickey Hlckey,
H JC Hlckey, John Donn, and J. K.
1jfevre. Mr. and Mrs. Reeve Lewis
were hosts at dinner, their honor
euests being Capt: and Mrs. Henry B.
Clark.' 'Somo of tho other guests In
their party were Col. and Mrs. William
rwheatley, I. T. Mann. Mr. and Mrs.
'William A. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
rv. wneeler. John Cunningham. Mrs.
Victor Kauffmann, Malcolm McConlhe,
Mr.-and Mrs. Douglas 81ms, and Capt.
fMdley. McLean.
I Duncans Give Dinner.
Oe4ad Mrs. Oeorgto Duncan gave a
Hinner at the club' last night In com
ptlmeat to their house guests, Mrs. Dun
can;Draper and Mrs. Algernon'Dalnger
field, while the guest of honor at the
dinner, which Mr. and Mrs. Qeorer T.
Wheeler gave was Miss Carolyn Wright,
of Pasadena., Cal. Mr. and Mrs. James
Xb Karrlck entertained a number of
younsr people In honor of several of the
seasons debutantes, while some of the
other hosts of the evening were Mr. and
Mrs, A.' B. Butler. Capt. and Mrs. D. C.
and Mtfc- J. M: Blddle, Mr. and- Mrs.J
TV. F,' Ham, Miss. Catherine McClln-
icq. air. ana Mrs. James M. Green,
Mr.' nrtd 'Mrs. A. C. Clapham,,, Mr. and
Mrs. E. O. Wagenhorst, Miss Marion
Loutze, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Long, Mrs.
TJiomas W. Lockwood. Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Walker, Mrs. Francis Robinson,
and Miss Hannah Henley, of Bramwell,
W.Va.. who is visiting her sister. Mrs.
I. T. Mnnn.
Amonr the Hlnr vm iru, r.n.iu.
Ogden Jones, Miss Nona McAdoo, Miss
Helen Taft. Miss Sophy Johnson. Mr
and Mrs. Clarence Wilson, Mr. and
J.1,' . Horace Westcott. Mr., and Mrs.
Charles A. McKenney, Col. and Mrs.
Frederick Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Alden
Smoot. Mr. and Mrs. William E. rear
son, Mr, and Mrs. John Edwards, Mr.
and Mrs. Bralncrd H. Warner. Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. John Hamilton, Miss Georgia
Schofleld, Colonel Clifton, Mr. Coin
stock of Michigan, Walter Penncld, Dr.
Frank Blscoe, Fltzwllllams Woodrow.
Cant and Mrs. 8. J. Bayard Bchlndcl,
li!?mel A.i sh4Pton. Capt. and Mrs!
wff. . "i P' an1 Mrs- ""'alter
TVells, Mr; and Mrs. Charles Hagner,
. (Continued on Page Fourteen.)
A Simple Means
bfv making the Summer Home
appear cool and inviting
These inexpensive Rugs also provide a
Welcome relief, during the Summer, from the
wool floor Coverings which are thus protected
from the Summer's extra dust and hard usage.
It b possible to match any decorative
scheme with Rag Rugs from our liberal
assortments, in French Gray, Green, Pink, Blue,
.Tan and Lavender as well as the darker shades
, all made of clean new materials.
Size 9 ft,xl2 ft., $10.50 and upwards. All
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Formerly Miss
Vice President and Wife Give
Party This Evening to Am
bassador and Mme. Riano.
The Vice President and Mrs. Marshall
will be hosts at dinner this evening, en
tertaining In compliment to tho Spanish
Ambassador and Madamo Rlano. There
will bo twenty-eight guests.
Tomorrow evening the Speaker and
Mrs. Clark will bo the guests In whoso
honor Vice President and Mrs. Mar
shall will give a dinner. The party will
number thirty-four.
MSss Margaret Wilson will slrg at a
muslcalo nt the Coterlo Club, in New
York, on the evening or way 1
-l'hoto by Buck,
Doris Drain.
Miss Gertrude Gordon in Wash
ington ;Mrs. Wilson Re
ceives Penwoman League.
MIm Gertrude Gordon has arrived In
Washington and is the guest of the
President and Mrs. Wilson at the White
Alrn. Wilson this morning received the
League of American Penwomen. and
tills afternoon the President will lvn
audlenco to the National Mlsnlonarrl
Congress. , the tea table.
.. t o "ir .. . I Mr81 Harrison's mother, Mrs, Saund
Mm. James S. Parker, wife of Con- ers. who has been her guest for the
grcssman Parker, of New York, waal winter months, will leave town next
hostcM at luncheon today. I week for her homo In Omaha.
SHHillllllllKw. MB
Three Hundred Suits
.lust purchased from two well-known manufacturers of New York City. This pur
chase includes the latest and best selling models of the season, and the best and
most popular materials known to the general public. It is utterly impossible for
you to realize the importance and values of this big purchase sale, unless 'you grant
yourself the opportunity .of as early an inspection as is possible.
The materials include taffeta, silk poplin, men's wear serge, Poiret twills,
vclour checks, gabardines, combinations of taffeta and serge, mixtures, and the
jersey cloth suits. ,Any color you ask for. Sizes up to So bust measure.
These Suits Were Made to Sell at $30, $45, $60, $75
During This Sale We Offer Them at
$18 $25 $29.50 $35
Three Hundred Dresses
All tfie beautiful shades of the Spring season and styles that are most becom
ing to your own figure. Almost any shade and style you could possibly wish for.
Materials include taffeta, serge, crepe de chine, nets, pongees, and striped silks.
Former Prices $20, $30, $40. During this Sale,
Will Be .Married to Basil De
Lashmutt Boteter at Home
of HervMother.
Miss Dorothy Sidney Tlohrer will be
come (he bride of Basil DeLashmutt
Uoteler this evening at"7;45 o'clock,' at
tho Home of her mother, Mrs. William
II. It&Tirer, In Thirty-first street.
The house will be elaborately deco
rated with palms.- ferns, and huso clus
ters ot spring flowers tor the ooas(on.
father Coroett, of Trinity uChurcn,
Georgetown, will perform the ceremony
In tho presence orthe relatives and a
tew Intimate friends
The bride, who will be given, In mar
riage by her brother. .William M.
ltohrer, will be gowned. In white satin
and duchess lace, and will wear a tulle
veil, caught to her hair with orange'
blossoms. She will carry a shower
bouquet of Urldo roses and lilies of the
Miss Margaret tlohrer will be her sis
ter's only attendant. Ehe wilt wear a
gown of changeable yellow and pink
t a frets, and will carry pink rose
Krsklne Gordon will to nest man,
whllo Gordon Kinney and George Kin
ney, two small twin nephews of Mr.
ltohrer, will be' ribbon bearers.
A reception will, follow nt t:OT o'clock,
after which the ybung couple wilt leave
fqr 'an extended wedding trip. The
brldo will wear 'a tailored suit of dark
blue tricot cloth and a small black hat.
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Hosts At a Tea.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. liege will be
the honor guests at a tea which Mr.
liege's sister, Mlas Daisy Hege, will
give this afternoon at her home In
Among the hosts at dinner this
evening at the Army and Navy Club
before tho Weekly dance will be Col.
and Mrs. Frederick Marsh, who will
entertain In compllmont to Brig. Qen.
William Black and Major and Mrs.
James Canby.' '
Lieut. Alfred Ilobblns. U.S. M. C, Is
making a short visit with his mother,
Mrs. Henry A. Ilobblns.
Capt. S. J- Bayard Bchlndel, U. 8. A.,
who has been absent from Washington
for several weeks on an Inspection
tour, returned yesterday, but will
leave again tomorrow for another
i trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mcltalg, of
Pittsburgh, who were married several
weeks ago, are making a short visit
in this city. Mrs. McKalg was for
merly Mrs. Morgan Cameron,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitch Shepard
and Miss Alice Shepard, who motored
to New York about ten days ago, re
turned to Washington yesterday.
Miss Klrby Gives Bridge.
Miss Katherlne Klrby was hostess at
bridge this . afternoon, with Miss May
d'Alton Powel-, whose marriage to
Lieut. William Tupper Llghtle. U. 8.
N.; will take place on Tuesday. Mrs.
P. J. Lenox will preside at the tea
- -
Mrs. It. 8, Reynolds Hitt has gone to
New York- for a short stay.. She Is
stopping at the Ritx-Carieton Hotel
Mr. Alexander .Britton ,and 'Mlis
Catherine Britton are at. the Wolcott.
In NeW York city, for an Indefinite
stay. , .
Miss Hanna Wlllard Taylor, whose
marriage to Charles Clay Bayly will
take place May t. Is the guest In whose
nonor urs. t tarry a. vviuiams, or Nor
folk, Is entertaining at bridge today.
Mrs. Williams Is the guest of her
motherMrs. Russell HariUon.'for sev
eral weeks, and Is giving the party In
her apartment at the St. Regis.
The guests asked to meet Miss Taylor
were Mrs. John K. Osborne, Mrs. Reld
Hunt, Mrs. William Henry Holcombe,
Mrs. Charles Nelson Rlker. Miss Mil
dred Bacon. Mrs. John Harrison Knapp,
Mrs. Joseph Clay Homlston Colquitt,
Miss Katherlno Brooks, Miss Pauline
Lockett, Miss Rdlth Oracle, Mrs. Guy
W. 8. Castle. Miss Antoinette Raf. Miss
Margaret Mlnahall, Miss Francis Kf
flneer. Miss Rosalie Waters. Mrs. Nel
son Margetts, and Mrs. Bloch. Mrs. b
hnrn. nn,t Mr nin.h win 'n..i.i'. ..
IThe House of Fashion!
1106 G Street
Purchase Sale
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Notice Window Display
APRIL 27, 191g, u
Mrs; Leonard Hoffman Enter
tains in Compliment, to
Countess Mackin.
Mrs. Leonard Hoffman will be hostess
at tea at the Club ot Colonial Dames,
Ml Sixteenth street, this afternoon from
i to t o'clock, when she will entertain
In compliment to Countess Spottlswood
The prevailing color scheme of pink
will be carried In, the drawing rooms of
the club In spring blossoms, great
branches of dogwood will lend an
artistic touch, and the tea table will
have a charming centerpiece of pink
rests, and snapdragons beneath pink
snaaea canaies.
Mrs. Hoffman will be assisted in re
ceiving by Mrs. Adelaide Worth Bagley.
Mrs. Georgo Harnett, Mrs, Alexander
Hunter Gait, Mrs. Archibald Oracle,
Miss Nannie Randolpn Heth, Mrs. Da
vid Jayne Hill, Mrs. John Miller Hor
ton. Mrs. Francois Bergor Moran, Mrs.
fronds 8. Nash, Mrs. Lemuel P. Pad
gett, Mrs. Brlnton Btone. Mrs. Robert
iarner, and Mrs. Bo Sweeney. Mrs.
Victor Kauffmann, Airs. Louisa Key
Norton, Mrs. Hughes Ollphant, Mrs, A.
V"Zane,artU Mrs. Anthony Wayne will
preside In the dining "room, assisted by
a group ot young girls, anlong them
Miss Dorothy Dennett, the Ansses
Kmma and Eleanor "Washington, Miss
Edith Oracle, Miss Eleanor BUVart,
and Miss Jcnnlo Miller.
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Visitors At White Sulphur Springs.
Sir Richard Crawford, who is at
tached to the British embassy In an ad
visory capacity, and LaSy Crawford are
paying a spring visit to the Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs.
William Pines Cresson. second secre
tary of the Amercan ombassy In Petro
grad. who has been 111, Is also at White
Sulphur, and Is rapidly regaining his
strength. Mrs. Norman Williams, bf
Washington, and her daughter, Mrs.
Merritt, aro continuing their stay at tho
springs: and Mrs. Preston Gibson is ex
pected to arrive In time for tho opening
of tho exclusive "Pines Club," of which
she is a member. . '
Miss Beatrice Clephane, the schoolgirl
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cle
phane, Is entertaining at a five-hundred
party this afternoon at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Clephane In Chevy Chase.
There aro eight tables.
Mrs. William Cummlng Story, presi
dent general of the D. A. R., left Wash
ington this morning to motor to her
home in New York. She was accom
panlcl by her son, Alan Story, and Miss
Flora Finch.
Entertains At Bridge.
Mrs. James Duncan GatewoOd Is en
tortalning a bridge party of nine tables
this afternoon complimentary to her
daughter. Mrs. Henry E Jenkins, who
is her guest.
Mr. and Mrs. Toy Dixon Savage, the
latter formerly Miss Hlldreth Gate
wood, who spent the Easter week end
wun Dr. ana Mrs. uaiewoou. navo re
turned to their home In Norfolk.
Cant, and Mrs. William Strother
Smith have cards out for a dinner at
the Chevy Chase Club on May If., In
comollinent to the Secretary of the
Navy and Mrs. Daniels. "
Mrs. Joieph Strauss will be hostess at
luncheon on Thursday, May 4.
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Tho Grenfell Association has Issued
Invitations for a lecture by Dr. Sohalle
Slaughter Morton, of New York, on her
visit to the hospitals or LADraaor un
der the Grenfell Mission last season.
The lecture will be given In the small
ball loom of the New Wlllard, on Sat
urday afternoon at 4:45 o'clock, and will
be Illustrated with Interesting new
-stereoptlcon views.
A message rrom ur. urenieu, wno naa
Just returned from the French front,
will be read. There will be no admis
sion charge nor collection.
New Jersey Visitors.
Airs. J. O. Clephane And Miss Cle
phane. of Englewood. N. J., -arc In
Washington for a few days, and are
at the Shoreham. '
Airs, and Miss Clephane are relatives
of tho Clephane family, of Washing
ton, and have a large acquaintance
Married to Le Roy King Beneath
Canopy of, Snowy 'White
Beneath a canonv of snnwv wiiii.
spring flowers, In th home of her
parents, suss Alma Kaufman, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Kauf
W' 2JM mTied fo Le Roy King, of
this eAy. tit noon yesterday. Tho
ceremony took place In tho drawing
room hflfari. If, hi .nn !...
which had been banked In ferns, palms
tfi. c,lL'r ' white sprinr blossoms.
"v ...i. aorun oimon nnu tno
Rtv. Dr. Louis Stern performed tho
breakfast was served at small tables
arranged in tho dlnlnr room and sun
parlor, both rooms being abloom with
soring flowers. The guests, whleh num
bored about sixty, Included relatives
and close personal friends of the young
Honeymoon In Asherille.
Later In the mfirrnnnn Mi. ...i r-.
King left for their honeymoon, which
iney are spending in Ashevllle. N. C.
Upon their return to the cltv. thev will
make their home with the brldo's par
ents at "Homestead." near Cleveland
The bride, who came down the broad
stairway escorted by her father, wore
a beautiful gown of whlto crepe moteor,
with sleeves of tulle and toushes or
tulle on the bodice. , Her tullo veil,
which formed a cap, was held in place
by orange blossoms, and fell In grace
ful folds over the court train. he car
ried a showeri bouquet of lilies' "of the
Sister Maid nf.Hnnnr.
Bliss Marguerite Kaufman, sister of
me onae, wno was maid of honor, wore
a becoming gown of gray 'tulle over
flesh color satin, and carried an armful
of coral sweet peas. The .groom had for
his best man his cousin, Milton King, ot
this city.
Airs. Kaufman, mother of the bride,
wore a" black net dress over satin, with
KU?,ueldofCo?chWs.Uln8 IU,d a """
V - :Ci fwvwv fivovui. in
cluded O. M. Steppacher and Alias Udna
Ulnnttii nltaM a 4 IIUII. J.I.Li. ..
uivyuavuci, ui i i.iiaucipniH, nouso
cueata; Elktn Newton, of Philadelphia;
111 S.n1 Xfs-a A Unas. A llnaa.JU.u.
and Miss Helen Jonss, of Nashville.
Moobwarb Si Xothrcw
New York Washington Paris
An After-Easter Reduction Sale in
Women's Trimmed Hats
At $5.00 Each.
1 Withdrawing from our stocks that we had for Easter a large
number of Trimmed Hats, we have decided to close them out at
J4 and. Yi less than their original prices. These are fresh, de
sirable, good looking, stylish and new hats, with the marks of
latest style clearly apparent in each one, and the qualities of
Woodward & Lothrop forcibly evident.
There are included Large and Small Hats, Roll
brim and Flat-brim Sailors, Silk and Straw Combina
tions, and all the various kinds of straws, in a wide
variety of new and desirable trimmings and colors.
There are gay and saucy looking hats, or simple and
dignified effects.
Hats suitable for every woman are represented in this ex
tensive collection, and the savings are very great.
$5.00 each were $7.50 and $10.00
Third floor, P street
Two "Onyx" Days,
April 28th, 29th,
Friday Saturday
The distributers of "Onyx" Hosiery have decided upon this
impressive way of convincing people ofthe values iV'Onyx"
Hosiery, and in face of advancing prices all along the line.
The prices quoted are for Friday and Saturday only,
and should appeal to every one.
For Women
Item 1 Black and White Silk
Hose, medium weight, with
lisle top, double sole, heel and
toe. "Onyx" Days price, 65c.
Item 2 Black and white, with
high spliced heel, double gar
ter top, sole, and toe.
"Onyx" Days price, $1.00.
Main floor, O street.
The Sunday Evening Times
Treat Children's
Colds Externally
Don't dose delicate little stomachs
with harmful Internal medicines. Vlck's
"Vap-O-Rub" Ealve applied externally,
relieves by Inhalation as a vapor and by
absorption through tho skin. Vlck's can
be used freely with perfect safety on
the youngest member of tho family.
36c, 60i.v or 11.00.
re owk bay eif jmt
Silk Dresses, $11,50
(No nrsnch filoreil
grsoo J-lfc. Isavea the barrel
WOMEN who bake
their own bread
are amply recompensed
by the household health
and contentment a "good,
table" promotes.
FLOUR is the brand de
pended upon by most
local home-bakers. It
yields best results with
minimum care and labor
equally satisfactory for
bread, cake or pastry.
Order Cream Blend Flour
AT YOUR onncEri'S
B.B. Earnshaw&Bro.
nSMCMTCIS J0O0&1OO3 atat.ho
For Men
Item 3 In two weights, medium
.and heavy Silk Half Hose, in
black, white, tan, navy, suede,
gray, Palm Beach, cham
pagne, and mahogany, with
extra reinforced heel, sole
and toe. "Onyx" Days price,
Item 4 An All-silk, or with lisle
sole. Black, white, tan, navy,
and gray high spliced heel,
double sole and toe. "Onyx"
Days price, $1.00.
Main floor, F street.
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Washington's Sure-Hit
Advertising Medium
1508 H Street N. W.
Main 925
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