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THE WASHINGTON TDEES; THURSDAY," JUNE 7: 1917.
7.
The Social Side of Washington;
Personal Notes of Interest
Cabinet Members and Their Wives Receive Confederate
Veterans at Pan-American Union
Building.
The Confederate Veterans will be
the guests of honor at a reception this
afternoon at the Fan-American Union
building, with the Secretary of State
and Mrs. Lansing and the other mem
bers of the Cabinet and their wives
as hosts.
The guests will be received Indoors,
the line standing Immediately Inside
the main doorway, 'but, weather per
mitting;, they will pass at once Into
the beautiful Aztec garden at the
rear of the building, where elaborate
preparations have been made for their
entertainment.
The picturesque garden, with Its
pool. Its clipped shrubbery, and Its
graveled walks. Is hung with flags of
all the American republics. An 1
xnense marquee, from which refresh
ments will be served, has been put up
below the marble terrace which over
looks the garden.
Mrs. Lansing, who has been at
Bryn Mawr, Pa, to attend the gradua-J
tlon or her niece. Miss Eleanor Dulles.
Is hurrying home this afternoon in
order to take her place with the Sec
retary of State at the head of the re
ceiving line. The other Cabinet offi
cers and their wives will also be In
line. John BarretC director general
of the Pan-American Union, will make
the presentations, assisted by one of
the White House naval aides.
Will Be Jfo Crowding.
Owing to the great number of
guests expected, Mr. Barrett, who has
charge of arrangements, has made
elaborate preparations to prevent
crowding. The doors of the building
will be kept closed until 4:30 o'clock,
when the receiving line will have
formed. There will be no checking of
wraps, umbrellas or canes, and all per
sons passing the receiving line are
requested to pass as quickly as pos
sible through the pation Into the
garden to avoid blocking the line.
Admittance to the reception will be
limited to men In uniform, men and
women carrying the authorized In
signia and those having cards Issued
by CoL Robert N. Harper, chairman
of the citizens' committee. In the
event of rain the reception will be
confined to the Interior of the build
ing, when the line of guests will take
Its course from the main entrance up
the north stairway, through the Hall
of the Americas and down the south
stairway. It will not be possible for
the guests to remain long In the build
ing on account of the large number
of persons who will wish to pass the
receiving line.
Give At Fresco Tea.
The British Ambassador and Lady
Spring-Rice were the guests of honor
at the al fresco tea and reception
riven yesterday afternoon by the
Misses Patten in honor of Mrs. Ger
trude Atherton.
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The -Argentine Ambassador and
Mme. Kaon expect to leave Washing
ton next week for Buena Vista
Springs. Pa. where they have a cot
tage for the season. The ambassador
Is at present in New York.
!
-Mies Rachel Crothers, of New Tork,
bead of the Stage Women s League,
will come to Washington this week -to
atay with Assistant Secretary of Agri
culture and Mrs. Carl vrooman.
Mr. and Mrs. George Peabody Euetls
have left Washington for their place
at Newport. Mrs. Eustls will remain
throughout the summer, but Mr.
Eustls will return to town occasion
ally for short visits.
Andre Tardleu, chief of the French
Permanent Commission, entertained
at dinner at the Shoreham last even
ing. entertainTin honor
OF MISS SCHOFIELD
Bride-to-Be and Bridesmaids
Guests of Miss Margaret Read.
Miss Margaret Read, who will be
among the attendants at the mar
riage of Miss Georgia Sehofleld and
Lieut. Donald Falrchlld Washburn.
TJ. S. N, on Saturday, was hostess to
day at a delightful luncheon at the
Purple Iris tea room in honor of
Miss Sehofleld and her bridesmaids.
The guests were Miss Laura Wurtz,
Miss Clarissa Anderson. Miss Mar
garet Mlchle. Miss Caroline Nash, all
of the bridal party, and Miss Anne
Hopkins and Mrs. William F. Bevan.
The table was decorated with pink
roses- and quaint formal bouquets of
Sweetheart roses and forget-me-nots
for each of the guests.
This afternoon Mies Mlchle will en
tertain at tea In compliment to Miss
Sehofleld. She will be assisted by
members of the bridal party, and
Mrs. Arthur Cable, of Chicago, will
preside at the tea table.
Miss Angela Moore and Miss Edith
Bond, of New Tork. who will also be
among Miss Echofleld's attendants,
will reach town tomorrow.
J
William Phelps Eno left Washing
ton today for New Tork to remain
until Monday. Mr. Eno entertained a
distinguished company at dinner last
night In compliment to the Special
Envoy of Sweden and Mme. de Laeer
crantz. -5
Dined at University Club.
Commander-in-Chief Ernest G.
Baldwin, of the Sons of Confederate
Veterans, was the guest of honor at a
dinner given last night at the Univer
sity Club by Clarence J. Owens, past
commander-in-chief; Mrs. Owens, and
Miss Marie Louise Owens, maid of
honor for the South on the staff of
Mr. Baldwin. The ladles' room of the
club, where the dinner was given
was decorated with cut flowers and
United States and Confederate flags.
The other guests were Mrs. W. G.
Baldwin, mother of the guest of
honor: Miss Mary Custls Lee, Past
Commander-in-Chief J. E. B. Steuart.
Past Commander-in-Chief W. W. Old,
AdJuUnt-in-Chief ' Nathan Bedford
Forrest. Miss Cordelia Taylor, soon.
aor-ln-chlef; Miss Hallie Call Everett,
maid of honor; Miss Mabel Simpson,
maid of honor; Miss Marls Frances
Saunders, maid of honor; Mrs. Ernest
G. Baldwin, chaperon; Mrs. R. Kent
Bpliltr, matron of honor; Miss Eliza
beth Boiling, mascot: Department
Commander J. Garnett King and Mrs.
King. Department Commander John
W. Bale, Department Commander
Glass, Department Commander Cleg
horn, Judge Scurry, member executive
council; W. O. Hart, member execu
tive council; F. U. Fravel, former
member executive council; Division
Commander Albert E. Owens. Division
Commander Carl Hlnton; Robert M.
Mlxson. assistant adjutant-ln-chlef;
Mrs, Douglas, Miss Coulbourn, Hugh
E. Phillips, division adjutant, and
Mrs. Phillips, Mr. Flggat, and Mrs.
George B. Boiling.
Miss Esther Whiting has as her
guest Miss Hattle Brown, of Charles
Town, W. Va., who represents the
Seventh district at the Confederate
reunion. Miss Frances Lott. who has
been the guest of Miss Whiting, has
left for her home In New York. Miss
Whiting, whose engagement was re
cently announced to Ensign Martin
Stonestreet, U. S. JJ will ,oe me
guest of honor on Sundsy evening
when Miss Elizabeth Matteson will
entertain at a supper party.
Mrs. Rolf Boiling hss Joined her
mother. Mrs. William H. Boiling, at
the Powhatan.
A. M. CRAIG TO MARRY
MARGARET MINSHALL
Wedding in New York Saturday
Hastened by War.
The marriage of Miss Msrgaret
Mlnshall. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Mlnshall. formerly of Terre
Haute and Chicago, to Alexander Ma
hon Craig, of New York, son of Lieut.
Col. Robert Craig, U. S. A, retired,
will take place Saturday In New
Tork. Preparations for this wedding.
as for many others, have been hur
ried by the war, as Mr. Craig is In
training for the aviation corps. Rob
ert Mlnshall, who will be best man.
Is In training at Madison Barracks.
Mr. and Mrs. Mlnshall and the bride
left town for New York today to
complete their arrangements for the
wedding. The ceremony will be per
formed at 5 o'clock, in the Little
Church Around the Corner, and will
be followed by a wedding supper. The
bride's only attendant will be Miss
Claudia Wright, of Newburyport,
Mass. Miss Mlnshall's family have
spent, many winters in Washington,
having had an apartment at the Bur
lington for several seasons, and last
year they purchased 1028 R street,
which is their permanent winter
home now.
. Ilnleun for Reunion.
The State' hostesses for the Con
federate reunion are Mrs. James E.
Mulcare, president of the District of
Columbia Division, U. D. C. assisted
by Mrs. Marcus J. Wright, Mrs. John
5L Hickey, Mrs. Harriet S. Turner,
of Tennessee: Mrs. J. Wlllard Rags
dale, of South Carolina: Mrs. Atlee
Pomerene. of Ohio: Mrs. R. D. Shep
herd, of West Virginia; Mrs. James
D. Wsdsworth, of New York; Mrs.
J. K- Jones, sr- of Arkansas; Mrs.
Morris Sheppard. of Texas: Mrs.
Claude A. Swanson, of Virginia; Mrs.
J. Hamilton Lewis, of Illinois; Mrs.
Duncan V. Fletcher, of Florida: Mrs.
Delos Blodgett, of Michigan; Mra.
Ollle W. James, of Kentucky: Mrs.
John Sharp Williams, of Mississippi:
Mra Joseph R. Ransdell, of Louisiana;
Mrs. Leonard G. Hoffman, of Dela
ware, and Mrs. Champ Clark, of Mis
souri. The committee on automobiles for
the comfort and convenience of the
veterans during the reunion Is headed ,
by Mrs. George S. Covington, who Is
assisted by Mrs. A. H. Plant as vice
chairman, and Mrs. Nobler Wilt. Mrs.
Horace Chandlee. Mrs. L. C. Strlder. i
Mrs. E. H. Jackson, Miss Cary Plumb,
Mrs. Horace Whltaker, Mrs. Joel L. '
Curry, Mrs. Clarendon Smith, Mrs.
Leonard Hoffman. Mra Goodwin Ells- i
worth. Mrs. George S. Horning. Mrs.
Matthew TIghe. Mrs. Gabriel Edmond-
ston. Miss Hattle Bowie. Mrs. S. E
Lemons Whiten the
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Make Cheap Lotion
The Juice of two fresh lemons,
strained Into a bottle containing
three ounces of orchard white makes
a whole quarter pint of the most re
markable lemon skin beautifler at
about the cost one must pay for a
small Jar of the ordinary cold creams
Care should be taken to strain the
lemon Juice through a fine cloth so no
lemon pulp gets In, then this lotion
will keep fresh for months. Every
woman knows that Innon Juice la
used to bleach and remove such blem
Ishes as freckles, sallowness, and tan,
and Is the Ideal skin softener, smooth
ener, and beautifler
Just try It! Make up a quarter
pint of thla sweetly fragrant lemon
lotion and massage it dally into the
face, neck. arms, and hands. It
should naturally help to whiten, soft
en, freshen, ana bring out the hid
den roses and beauty of any skin
It Is wonderful for rough, red hands.
Your druggist will sell three ounces
of orchard white at little cost, and
any grocer will supply the lemons. .
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Mary Gould, Mrs. G. S. Boston, Mrs.
Grace P. Lurrs, Mrs. William Han
cock, Mrs. Paul Joachim, Mrs. Ger
trude Ruthrauff.
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Miss Waleott Becomes Nurse.
Miss Helen B. Waleott. daughter of
Dr. Charles D. Waleott. secretary of
the Smithsonian Institution, entered
the New York Presbyterian Hospital
yesterday as a nurse. She returned
recently from ten months' service
with the hospital corps In France.
B. Stuart Waleott. Dr. Walcotfs
younger son, has landed safely at
Bordeaux, France, en route to the
training school for the Lafayette
Escadrllle, In which he will complete
his studies In flying, begun under the
late Victor Carlstrom.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walte will leave
Washington the latter part of this
week for their cottage at Narran-
gansett Pier, R. I., where they win
remain for the summer.
PHILIP mSWEDS
MISS IRENE McNAMARA
Charming Ceremony Held at Home
of Bride's Sister.
A charming wedding took place last
evening at the home of Mr. and Mra
G. Amorr Maddox, when Mrs. Mad-
dox's sister. Miss Irene McNamara.
became the bride of Philip Deane El
kins, son of Mr. and Mra Philip Mor
gan Elklns. of Washington. The bride
is the daughter of Mra. Henry McNa
mara. The ceremony, which was attended
by relatives and Intimate friends,
was followed by a small reception.
The Rev. J. J. Mulr officiated, the
bridal party standing before a mirror
framed with smllax and banked to
the celling with palms, ferns, and
white peonies. Standards of lilies of
the valley adorned the prle dleu where
the young couple knelt to pledge
their vows.
Wall pockets filled with peonies,
pink roses, and sweet pess adorned
the drawing room and reception hall,
and Southern smllax, interspersed
with pink rambler roses, entwined the
stairway. A string orchestra played
the wedding music and for the recep- j
tlon. I
Escorted by Brother. J
The bride, who was escorted by her
brother, Stuart McNamara, of New
York, wore a gown of white satin
brocaded in sliver In a lily design
with long court train hung from the
shoulders lined with cloth of sliver.
Mrs. Philip Henry Ward. Jr, of Ger
msntown, Pa. who was her sister's
only attendant, was In a lovely gown
of cherry chiffon over pale pink chif
fon, both built over silver tissue.
Charles F. Walters, of Pittsburgh,
was best man. Mrs. McNamara,
mother of the bride, wore a handsome
gown of black satin combined with
Maltese lace over white. Mrs. Elklns,
mother of the bridegroom, was In a
gown of black Brussels net trimmed
with sequins worn with a corsage of
plnk.sweet pess. Mra Maddox, sister
of the bride, wore a becoming gown
of black sequins over black satin fin
ished by a corsage bouquet of Mles-of-thevalley.
Later Mr. and Mrs. Elklns left for
a wedding trip, Mrs. Elklns wearing
a smart suit of blue faille and a small
blue hat trimmed with goura feath
ers. They will make their home for
the present at York, Pa.
Miss Helen Woodrow Bones motor
ed to Fort Myer yesterday to visit
her kinsman. FItzwilllam Woodrow,
who Is In training at the Officers' Re
serve camp.
Miss Ada Mlxon, of the Beverly
apartments, 1489 Irving street, has
as her guests Miss Pattie Sue Davis,
sponsor and Miss Katherlne William
son, mascot for Company A, Forrest
Cavalry. Both are from Memphis.
Miss Williamson Is a deaoendant of
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Sirs. Morgan Hostess At Tea.
A tea will be given under auspices
of the Washington branch of the
Association of Collegiate Alumnae at
National American Woman Suffrage
Association headquarters this after
noon, from 4 to 8 o'clock. Mrs. Ray
mond B. Morgan will be the hostess,
assisted by Mrs. William D. Searle.
Mrs. Theodore Cole. Mrs. Henry T.
Ralney, Mrs. L. B. Swormstedt, Miss
Frances Davenport, Miss Beatrice
Bulla, Miss Franklin, Mrs. F. L. Ran
some, and Miss Ellen A. Vinton. Mrs.
Stanley McCormlck, who is a mem
ber of the women's committee of
the Council of National Defense, will
be the guest of honor, and will speak
on the work of that committee.
Mrs. Newton McVeigh, president of
the Lee Chapter, or the United
Daughters of the Confederacy, Rich
mond, Va.. and Mrs. Charles Rose,
also or Richmond, Va, are spending
the week with Mrs. J. Stuart Royster.
at the Iroquois apartment.
.; .
Sllss Ortega Guest of Honor.
Mrs. Charles Clay Bayly is enter
taining at bridge this afternoon In
compliment to Miss Natalie Drlggs,
whose engsgement to Lieut. Henry
Martin Jensen, U. S". N has recently
been announced. The guests asked to
meet Miss Drlggs are Mra Charles
Nelson Rlker. Mra William T.LIghtle,
Mra Joseph Colquitt. Mrs. Harrison
Brand, Jr., Miss Antoinette Ray, Miss
Nancy Gordon Jones. Mrs. Howard
Hoover, Miss Mercedes Godoy, Miss
Lanette Hlnes Smith, Miss Edith
Temple Grade, Miss Marie Adams.
Mra Henry Holcombe. the Misses
Hickey, Miss Rita Brown, and her
sister, Mrs. Raglan, of Seattle, Wash,
who Is her guest; . Howard Ben
son. Miss Dorothy Dennett. Mrs. Wil
liam Fairbanks. Miss Rita Weller,
Miss Cellna Calvo, and Miss Dorothy
Shuey. . . .. .
Mrs. Hannls Taylor, mother of the
hostess, and Miss Elena Calderon will
preside at the tea table.
Karl W. Kindleberger. son of Mr.
nd Mrs. David M. Kindleberger, was
a.ong the young Washlngtonlans who
I(e t town this morning for Allentown.
p, Wth the ambulance unit com-
manded by Dr. J. Ryan Devereux. Mr.
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Georgetown University Law School
and was admitted to the bar In Wash
ington, has been practicing law in
New York. Another son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kindleberger. Earl Kindleberger,
has gone into the Coast Artillery
Corps.
CapL and Mrs. Ralph Goldthwalte
will entertain at dinner at the Army
and Navy Club on Saturday evening
In compliment to Miss Lanette Hlnes
Smith and Dalngerfield Bland Spen
cer, whose marriage wlU take place
on June 30.
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Most soaps and prepared shampoos
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mulslfled cocoanut oil, for It is pure
and entirely greaseless. It's very
cheap, and beau the most expensive
soaps or anything else all to pieces.
You can get this at any drug store,
and a few ounces will last the whole
family for months.
Simply moisten the hair with water
and rub it in. about a teaspoonful Is
all that is required. It makes an
abundance of rich, creamy lather,
cleanses thoroughly, and rinses out
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U. D. C. RECEIVES;
SONS GIVE BALL
Social Events at Willard,
Powhatan, and Arcade.
GOY. STUART LEADS MARCH
Guests of Honor to Pass in Renew
Before the Yeterans.
Among the Interesting social events
In connection with the Confederate
reunion on the social program today
are the reception which the Jefferson
Davis Chapter, United Daughters of
the Confederacy, are giving this after
noon at the Wlllard from 4 to 6 o'clock
and the ball this evening at the Pow
hatan Hotel and the Arcade, with the
Sons of Confederate Veterans as hosts.
The latter function, which promises
to be unusually interesting to the
thousands of visitors In town. Is given
In honor of the ladles officially con
nected with the reunion, including the
sponsors, chaperones, maids and ma
trons of honor of the various Con
federate organizations.
The ball will be formally opened at
the Powhatan at 9:15 o'clock with a
Trand march headed by Governor
Stuart, of Virginia, and the member
of his official staff, when the guests
of honor will pass In Informal review
before the veterans present. This
ceremony. In compliment to the vet
erans, will be repeated at the Arcade
at 9:45 o'clock, when the ball there
will be formally opened.
Announce Miss West's Marriage.
Mr. and Mra Henry Litchfield West
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter. Miss Marlon Litchfield West, to
Morgan Stlnemetz, son of the late
Samuel Wardell Stlnemetz. The cere
mony, which took place at noon on
Monday, June 4, In the chantry of the
Chaptel of the Intercession,' Trinity
parish, New York, was performed by
the Rev. Mllward W. Rlker. formerly
of Washington. Mrs. Elizabeth Stlne
metz. mother of the bridegroom, and
Mrs. Orvllle B. Drown, sister of the
bride, were Included In the limited
number of immediate relatives who
were preesnt. Mr. and Mrs. Stlne
metz will be at home after June IS
"Your silk stockings! Chamois
gloves! Spas! White glace shoes!
Why Lux cleans them perfectly without rubbing
Bilk stockings should never be worn
more than once without laundering.
This Is very important, as perspiration
causes silk fibre to rot and the stock
ms soon drops into holes.
How to launder silk hose
correctly
Throw a handful of Lux Into a basin
of very hot or boiling water; whisk
Into a heavy lather and then let enough
cool water run into the basin to make
the suds lukewarm.
Working stockings through
thla rich Luz lather without
rubbing clesnsesthem perfectly.
Rinse carsfully In lukewarm
water and hang to dry in the
abaaa.
Bilk stockings need not be
Ironed as they present n per
fectly smooth appearance
when worn. If Ironing is
detirsd, however, a cloth
must be placed over the stock
ing, and the iron must cot be
too hot.
Lux In .wonderful, trans
parent flakes is Ideal for
sillt stockings. Contains no
free alkali to hurt the deli
cats silk threads or to turn
1 m ) for all fine laundering
at Hohokus. N. J, where they have
taken a studio for the summer.
A pretty summer wedding was sol
emnized last evening when Mls Dor
othy M. Hodge, of Michigan, became
the bride or Nell W. Moore.
The ceremony took place at the
home of the bride's uncle. Jonn C.
Welden. 38 T street northwest, with
whom she has been spending the win
ter. The Kev. Dr. If, E. Brundage
was the officiating clergyman.
The youthful bride, who was given
In marriage by her uncle, looked very
charming In a dainty white gown
of crepe de chine- and lace and car
ried a shower bouquet of Bride roses
and sweet peas. She was attended
by her cousin, Mrs. J. Bllnn Welden.
of Salt Lake City, who was also
gowned In white, and carried pink
roses.
Mrs. Ituth Holt Tlerson. soprano,
gave a short musical program preced
ing the ceremony, and William T.
Plerson played the. wedding march.
AHer an extended Northern tour
Mr. and Mrs. Moore will make their
future home In Jackson, Mich.
DANCERS RlaHEARSING
FOR GARDEN PARTY
Fete at Woodley Saturday to Be
Brilliant Event.
Rehearsals for the costume dances
which will be a feature of the garden
party to be given at Woodley, the
home of Assistant Secretary of State
and Mrs. William rhlllips on Satur
day, have been going on all week In
the ballroom of Mr. and Mrs. Perry
Belmon. which they loaned for the
nuroose. The dancers, who are being
coached by Miss Stewart, of New York.
win appear as part or a oruuant
vaudeville program.
Mrs. William A. Slater. Jr.. who has
a charming voice, will sing Hawaiian
songs, assisted by a group of dancers.
Including Miss Frances Hoar. Miss
Frances Moore. Miss Elizabeth Hard
ing. Miss Julia Meyer. Miss Margaret
Howard. Mme. 'Luz Mender, and Miss
Manuela de Pena. There will be a
Spanish dance and a Zuolaga dance,
with a tableau named for this dis
tinguished Spanish painter. The char
acters In his pictures will be repre
sented by Mra Warren Delano Rob-
bins. Miss Louise Delano, Miss Ra-
mona Lefevre. Miss Manuela de Pena,
Sylvanus Stokes. Jr, M. Plza, and the
two sons or the Chilean Ambassador
and Mme. Aldunate.
The "Egyptian Tale" will be a
dance an dtableaux with the Countess
GIzyckl as the heroine, and Miss
.WaA jour ilk mtocklngM with Lax mxtd JoJte.
wum wAter, sad e hair much Jottor thoyUtL
white stockings yellow, dissolves dirt at once
without rubbinel
A wonderful way to wash silk gloves
When washing, be careful that the settings
of rings do not catch the silk, as even one
broken thread will causa many others to run.
Pour boiling or very hot water over a hand
ful of Luz, whisk into a lather, cool until
suds are lukewarm. Dip glovea up and down
in this lather and do not rub.
Rinse In three waters of about the same
temperature as that in which you washed them.
Smooth out flat. Spread on towel to dry.
Never let a hot iron touch the glove itself,
as this will turn a white silk glove ysllow.
FoOow Mm oVracffons in
Whtni jrovr lores the
ntuit wiUdtightjmi
Alter once tran Lax. yea
will nrer stain eesn your
apeis Mnar otbmt way
White glace shoes keep
Make a lather of Lux and hot water. The flakes ol
Lux contain so much pure soap that with just a tew
mouons of the band, you have a bowlful oi thick, fiufly,
soapy suds.
Clean the shoes with a soft brush or sponge. Never dip
them in the water, but il possible, place tiem on a shoe
tree before washing.
Frances Hoar- and Miss Elizabeth
Harding, assisting. Miss Ethel liar
rlman will give some clever imita
tions. Mrs. Jsmes Hamilton Lewis will tell
fortunes with Miss Brownell and Miss
Bradford: Mrs. Wtemore will have
charge of the flower booth and have
for sale some .quaint little 1830 bou
quets; there will be a Greek dance by
children of the Fleming Noyes School,
and there will be a pageant called
"America Joins the. Allies." Inwhlch
Mrs. Lanier Wlnslow will, represent
the Eait, Mme. Laboulsse the West.
Mrs. D. W. McCombs. the South, and
Mrs. Charles A. Munn. Jr. the North.
Mrs. Warren Delano Robblns will rep
resent Belgium and Mrs. Fay Ather
ton, Italy,
There will be soldiers from Fort
Myer, a company of Confederate Vet
erans, a company of Red Cross work'
ers. and a detachment of National Ser
vice School students. The band from
Fort Myer will play for dancing In
the evening. An elaborate dinner
win be served In the evening. Mrs.
Borden Harrlsman Is chairman of the
committee, Mrs. George Vanderbllt Is
secretary, and Arthur Glasgow is
treasurer. The fete Is given to raise
funds with which to nurchase nif
ship an Ice-making machine to the
front for America and the allies.
Mrs. Archibald Grade was hnt
at an Informal luncheon todav. having
as her guests Mrs. Theodore shuey.
Mrs. Alfred Taylor. Mrs. McEwan
Pruyn. Mrs. Stlmacn Brawn, and Mr.
j. it uni.
Miss dlth Temple Grade returned
to town this morning from Baltimore,
where she passed toe last few days.
Her fiance, Dunbar Burchell Adams,
u in asnington on business.
!
Miss Dorothy Dennett was hostess
at a luncheon today, entertaining In
compliment to Miss Margaret Lamer,
whose marriage to Ensign Alexander
Wotherspoon, U. S. N will take place
on June 18. Miss Pauline Stone will
give a luncheon for Miss Larner next
Tuesday.
POLICEMAN GOING TO FRONT
N. Y. Patrolman Will Drive Ambu
lance In France.
NEW YORK. June T. A New York
city patrolmaifrepresentlng the Honor
Legion of the Police Department will
appear on the Freneh front shortly as
driver of an ambulance purchased by
the legion. In making the announce
ment Commissioner Woods said the'
patrolman would wear the regular
police uniform.
Vincent As tor and Andrew Carnegie
are honorary members of the Honor
Legion. The ambulance will be part
of the American Ambulance Field
Service. ,
and will Injure the fabric, but use a warm boat
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How to keep chamois and washable
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Put gloves on and wash as yod wash sflk
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Dip the gloves up' and down In thla freeJs
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Dry without rinsing la clear water and don't
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Put a handful of Lux into boiling' or very
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Then dip spats up and down;
in suds, working them between
the hands, without rubbing.
Rubbing tends to pull them
out of shape, and with Luz U
unnecessary.
Rinse three times In dear,
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If the spats need pressing,
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Try draning wblta spats
with Lux. You will never
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