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Dinner Parties and Luncheons on Today's Program?Ball for Episcopal Eye, Ear and
- " Throat Hospital to Be Gala Event?News of the Diplomats
entertained a distinguished
little company at , luncheon
today, her guests being
asked to meet. Mrs. Albert Rathbo'na,
wife of the new Assistant Secretary
of the Treasury. - ? ?
Miss Anna Hamlin will entertain
at dinner next "Wednesday evening,
taking her guests later to the ball
for the benefit of the Episcopal Eye,
Ear and Throat Hospital.
The Japanese Ambassador and t
Viscountess Ishii left Washington
yesterday for a trip through the
Sotflh. They hare both been ill with
"Txy 1 ? '**?-!
Secretary Lane Ho??r bant.
The Secretary of the Interior and
Mrs. Lane are the guests in othosn
hbaor Congressman and Mrs. Iia C.
Copley will entertain at dinner to
night. There will be eighteen guests
Secretary Lane, who went to New
York night before last to make an
address, and. who stayed at the As
ter Hotel, returned to town today.
Admiral Sir William Lowther
Grant's flagship, H. M. S. Warrior,
which has been at anchor in the Po
tomac for more than a year, will sail
today or tomorrow for New York.
Admiral Grant and the members of
his staff, who are returning to Eng
land, will go as far as New York
aboard the Warrior, but will cross the
Atlantic on a liner. They expect to
sail on January 31. >/.
Mra. Edgerly Wed*.
Announcement is made of the mar
riage of Mrs. Mira Edgerly .and
Col. Count Alfred Skarbek de Korzyb
skl. The wedding took place this
morning in the chambers of Associate
Justice Ashley M. Gould, of the Su
preme Court of the District of Colum
bia. with a little group of intimato
friends of the bride and bridegroom
to Witness the ceremony. Mrs. Edg
erly wore a traveling costume, and
the bridegroom was in uniform.
Colonel de Korzybski, who is of the
old **oUsh nobility, was on the gen
eral staff of the Russian army, saw
active servics at the front, and was
severely wouuded. He has recently
been on duty with out army in ah ad- I
vtsory capacity. His bride Is known |
op two continents for her charming
portraits on ivory, and an exhibition
of her work is at present being held
at the home of Capt. and Mrs. Perry
Belmont. Brought up in California,
Mrs. Edgerly has painted many of
the leading personages of this coun
try and Europe. She is spending this
winter in Washington, and has a stu
dio at Stoneleigh Court- ?
The minister of the Netherlands,
Jonkhecr J. T. Cremer, will return
from New Vork today, and will be
with Mme. Cremer at her first after
noon at home. Mme. Cremer will be
assisted by Mme. Sulzer, wife of the
Swiss minister: Mrs. Frank L. Polk,
wife of the Acting Secretary of State,
and Mrs. Wiltiam Phillips, wife of the
Assistant Secretary of State. She will
be at home the remaining Fridays in
Dr. Slavko Groiiitch, recently ap
pointed minister of Serbia, and Mme.
Groiiitch have taken an apartment at
the Shoreham.
The Secretary of the Legation aj?d
Mme. Branko I^aaarevitch are estab
lished in an apartment at the Hunt
Kntrr'.aln* for pieces.
Mrs. John J. Hamilton will be
hostess at tea this afternoon at her
residence in Wood ley place, entertain
ing in compliment to her nieces. Miss
Elizabeth Hamilton and Miss Nannie
Merrick Hamiltoij. Miss Nannie Ham
ilton is a debutante of this season,
and the engagement of'Miss Elizabeth
Hamilton to Major William T. Tomp
kins, Engineer Corps, U. S* A., has
just been announced.
Mrs. George E. Hamilton, mother of
the honor guests:, Mrs. John Crayke
Simpson. Mrs. Ashley M. Gould, and
Mrs. William H. Reynolds will pre
side in tile dining room. The little
group t>f'young girls who will assist
includes the Misses Katherine, Grace,
and Elizabeth Beach, Miss Eleanor
'Gordon, Miss Marie Sims, and Miss
Louise Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wallace will
entertain guests at dinner tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. William Corcoran
Hill will also be among the dinneri
hosts - tonight. Maj. Gen. and Mrs.
Charles McCawley will be the honor
Mrs. Stephen B. Elkins, who was
at home yesterday afternoon, was as- j
sisted by her sister, Mrs. Arthur L>ee.
Mrs. Philander C. Knoi. Mrs.- Henry
F. Dimock and Mrs. George Almy
Percy, who is spending the winter
with Mrs. Elkins. Mrs. Knox and
Debutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. ifkmlin.
Mrs. Dimock presided at the tea ta
Lady Willert. wife of Sir Arthur
Willert, will go shortly to Atlantic
City for a visit. Sir Arthur, wfio is
now in Paris at the peace confer
ence, is not expected back until
March. He was recently knighted.
Albert Rathbone, recently appoint
ed Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury, and Mrs. Rathbone are cstaB
1106 G Street
Saturday Extra Special
100 Coats
With Fur Collars and Self Trimmed
Values $29.50 to $60
$19.95 $25 $39.50
$25 Values. $1 fi.95
Special Saturday Aw
All Winter Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists,- Millinery
at Clearance Reductions
Broken Lines Displayed on Tables?Dress and Business Styles
Big Reductions at $1.69, $2.98, $3.98, $5
Mortonique Restaurant
Dinner. TO Cents.
Luncheon. 40 Cent*.
Special Sunday Turkey Dinner
Southern Home Cooking.
2118 Pennsylvania Ave. N. W.
Cor. 7th and P SU. N. W.
Xerrly KnrnUkrd Rmw At
RriMitblc Price*
Beyer Bat aria, Proprietor.
2?SI HI* S?. H. W.
' Comfortable rooms, well furnish
ed; llfbttd. and heated, for 2 or 3
Krsons. with trst class table
ard; rates day. week, or month.
Chapaltepee loa Dlatic Rmb.
Break fa* t. 7 to 10 ?. n?. SOc
DUsrr, |? to 8*? w m. Tie
1 to 8:30 p. id. Ino2t-90t
McPherson Cafeteria
launchoon a La Carte. 11 :|t to i.
?r-Cof?o Diaaer 7*e
ra-Cears* Diaaer Uc
916 Mcpherson place
IStk. n?ar Kyo St.
Qtle St., next door to 16lh
nw., modern steel fireproof
atructure; rooma with bath,
$2.50 per day; rooms with
running hot and cold water.
fJ.OO per day. de23tf
afternoon (Tea
3 to C P. M.
K? MrPberaon PIxm
H27 V ST. >. ?.
DIV> lit
SKRV ia>
5 to
8 P. M.
17th and H Sts. N. W.
Table d' Hotel, dinner $1.00
Table d' Hotel, luncheon .50
SpeciaP Weekly Hatra.
Breakfast??':30 to 0:30 a. m.
Luncheon?12:30 to 2 p. m.
Dinner?? to 8 p. m. dei-tr
CORNER Hth and E STS. N. W.
Room Mid Board
Table board, ti M a Day. "'l-JS*
LIBERTY LfNt'H. A place for ladir*
and gentlemen, wh??re the b?*at the mar
ket affords. The very beat help is em
ployed. Whatever the season offers we I
have. Our SERVICK is one of our beat
aaaeta. aince it la of the highest order. \
Let uj? prove thia. 041 I'a. ave^N W.
New York Conservatory
Pythian Temple, 1012 9th St.
Special Jazz OrrhoHtra
Popular Prices, Ladies, 25c
CKor. MSTOEIO'8 Orchestra; muele fur
tiiahed for any function 1'hone Colum
bia 446. Residence 2442 2l>tb al. N \V
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Miss BELK, tZl CIh at N *B
012 104li ST. N. W., AT N. V. AVE.
PROF. CAIN Personally In?(rri-| In*
I teadi you *?ary ?'orre<t movement i.f
your feet and body and to lead In all the
latest ball-room dancing, l'rhate IrtxiiiN
any haur, 76e. Open 10:30 a. m. to 10 gi,
p. ni. I'taone Franklin 7Sit for appoint
meat. ?|
CLOVCiU. #13 2<d?Prlv. lea. any time
75c; Class Mon., Tuea.. Krl. eve.; orchca
tra ball room for rent, W. 1129
" learn how to dance ~
Private lessons. Toes., Ttiurs and Sat.
Claas lesson*. llqn.. Wed. and Frl.
?# B St. N. B. Line. Hit.
lished at 1710 M etreet" for the
Mrs. Lawrence Townsend has gone
to New York to pass a few days with
Miss Justine Van Rensselaer Town
send, who was engaged to her son.
the late Lieut. Lawrence Townsend,
jr., U. S. N.
Mrs. Raymond T. Baker has leased
her villa, Ke-wo-ka, in Palm Beach,
Kla.. to Mr. and. Mrs. Plorenz Zieg
feld, Jr., who will occupy it the' rest
of the winter.
Congressman and Mrs. G. W. Fair
child. of New York, have returned to
Washington and are at the Willaro
for the winter.
Going to Ralttaaore.
Miss Lelia Gordon will go to Balti
more the middle of next week for a
'visit as the guest of Miss Dorothy
Lyman Savage, daughter of Lieut.
Comdr. Frederick Adams Savage. U.
S. N. R. F., and Mrs. Savage. Com
mander and Mrs. Savage will enter
tain at dinner on the evening of Feb
ruary '22. preceding the bachelor's co
tillon in honor of their daughter and
her guest.
In Receiving I.Inc.
Mrs. Thomas -Watt Gregory, Mrs.
Colville Barclay, wife of the charge
d'affaires of Great Britain, and Mine.
Collardct, wife of the military attache
of the French embassy, will be in the
receiving line at the "Welcome Home
Ball," to be given next Wednesday
evening at the Willard for the benefit
of the Episcopal Eye. Ear and Throat
Hospital. Mrs. Watson Freeman
Clark, president of the board of
managers, and the vice president,
Mrs. David Mead Lea, will also receive
the guests.
A number of dinner parties have
been arranged to precede the ball.
Mrs. Charles M. Ffoulke will enter
tain in honor of Gen. Louis Collardet,
military attache of the French em
bassy, and Mme. Collardet. The Serb
ian Minister and Mme. Grouitch are
the guests in- whose honor Mrs. Walter
Schoelkopf wilt give a dinner; and
others who will entertain are Hear Ad
miral and Mrs. Hlchardson Clover and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin, who
arc giving a young people's dinner for
their daughter. Miss Anna Hamlin.
Mrs. William Morton Grinnell will
also give a dinner before the dance,
the party being arranged in honor of
her debutante daughter. Miss Elisa
beth Grinnell, whose birthday falls on
the day of the ball.
Mrs. Howard Hume is chairman of
the young ladies' committee. She la
assisted by: Mrs. Ffoulke Smith, Mrs.
Hobert Taft, Mrs. Thomae Bowers.
Mrs. Thomas Holcomb. Mrs. George
LcRoy Boyle. Miss Mildred Bromwell,
Miss Courtney Letts, Miss Frances
Hopkins, Miss Anna Hamlin, Miss
Margaret Harding, Miss Leila Gor
don, Miss Adelaide Tuttle, Miss Mar
garet Tuttle. Miss Cecilia McCallum,
Miss Anita Henry, liiss Virginia Mi
nor, Mt&s Adelaide Heath. Miss Caro
line Nash, Miss Alys Downing, Miss
Elsie Downing, Miss Mary Hellen,
Miss Eleanor Johnson, Miss Marjorie
Wright. Miss Elizabeth Hamlin
Young. Miss Alice Requa, Mies Olyve
Graef, Miss Elizabeth Hamilton. Misa
Nannie Hamilton, Miss Ruth Hlteh
cock. Miss Helen Langmuir, and Miss
Florence Judge.
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb O'Connor were
hosts at luncheon at the Arts Club,
having as their guests Mrs. Avery
Coonley, Mrs. Flora M. Keefer, Mrs.
Maud Maguire, Mrs. Arthur Boyd, Mr.
and Mrs. James H. Jennings.
Mrs. J. CampbelJ Cantrill will en*
tertain the Political Study Club at her
home, 1309 Kenyou street, this
afternoon, and will present Mrs. Ed
ward P. Costigan, who has just come
back from the battle fronts, and who
will describe her experiences. Mrs.
Arthur McDonald, a recently elected
member of -the club, who is president
of the Womens Clinic, will also speak.
The talented young daughter of Mrs.
Cantrill, Miss Margaret Rippy, will
give a musical program.
Now For Big SavingsI
""THEIR regular prices were
$3.50 and $5.00?and at
these prices they were by far the
biggest value? i n shoes for
women in this city.
It's the end of our season,
now, and ??> make short work of
the balance of our stock of these
superlative shoes, we have re
duced them to $2.45 and $3.95
per pair. Choose your pair
51.38 and SI (0 Wcbss'i
Kota 89c
75e. Bath Sllgpsrc
19c. Cor? Curt 7c
!Cc 0'. fcriard't Cut
*sdl!iirlcii.cs. 7?
Iflt Dr, Berijfd'e Ccthlet,
Cork i.il Fait lasalaa 7c
Oxfords and Pumps.
Exact mod-La that rnont puiicukt of women will
wear this Spring and Summer at Metropolitan
Fashion Centers.
$3.59 to $5.00
?fleii).Gr? Sfiee Go.
Women's and Men's Stores in Washington
,506 9th Street I 1112 7th Street
;Br|nrrn E and F StaJ Brlnrrn I, and 51 Ma.
Opi-n Nlicbt*
Olirn M?hl?
913 Penna.Ave.
Met. 9tb and Kith Mh.
Oprn Oiiluid.iy Mjtltta
Final Clearance of Broken Lots At the
Little Folks' and Children's Store
?Mothers, if your chikl's size is here, you can find some mighty big bargains m quality
apparel in the clear-away.
?Children's Coats, broke?
lota in 2 to 7 year rises, bat
not all sizes- Corduroys,
chinchillas, broadcloths, and
whipcords, formerly $9J6 to
$38.96, reduced to ?
$6.95 to $21.00
Girls' Serve Dresses, broke*
sixes from linos that were SSJt
to $27JO. to cloee at
$7.50 to $18.50
?Children's Gincham Presses,
sixes 7 to 12 year*, #1 qq
were $2^0, reduced to.
broken line<
$5.96, to el
that were $2.96 to
$2.50 to $5.00
?Children's Sweater Salts, 2 to 6 Tear sixes, con
sisting of sweater, cap, mittens and leggings, in
khaki, old rose, Copenhagen, turquoise
and (K,. to clM .. 5895 jjjhJ
?Children's H. A W. Waists, made of ftne
brie, with embroidery and lace trim nun*,
?nth ribbon beading. Sizes 4 to 12 years, fiA.
85? values. Saturday ....: 03fC
Kann'i?Second Floor. .
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1 kft- '
Cotton Filled
At Clearance Prices
?Two extra good values that
you will need to secure at once
as they will go out very -quick
ly at such reductions.
?Cotton Filled Comforts, with
silkoline covers, both sides
alike; size 72x78 in., regular
$4 00 quality, special #0 /?Q
tomorrow ..........
?Cotton Filled Comforts, with
silkoline covers; fancy centers,
and plain borders to m^trh
predominating color. 72x78 in.
size. $5.00 values, fljO ftp
special tomorrow vJ?W
Kann'i?Street Floor.
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The Women of Generous Proportions
Enthusiastic Over the .
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Extra Size Separate Skirts
?Advertised for TTrursday'a selling. We still have plasty of
those ? m attractive styles of soeh popular materials as poplin,
Chudda cloth, and black and blue
;?Deep pleated, box pleated, and yoke top styles,
; gathered, backs, and plain fronts.
At $9.75, $10.00, and $12.95
? -
! ?Another Lot of Skirts, are of silk poplins, in black, blue, and
! gray; others are of all wool serges, and there are a few in mixed
J effects. These are made with deep yokes, or with fullness all
!? around; trimmed ?Hh1 buttons, also with fancy pockets;
majority have deep belts. Choice
Kub'i?Second Floor,
i ?epoa>aat>oooso?lasoQtooasfrasooSoaa??laso?aas?s?o
; r.
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?Both are unusually charming,-as are the other models at
this price. - ? .?-?
?One of these new styles is made of fine Georgette
crape and is a round neck style in frsnt, with a bib effect
formed with the beautiful and effective embroidered de
sign; has sailor collar back. The embroidery is in French
blue, on white, flesh, and sunset colored Georgette.
?The other style is a high-neck blouse, fine tucked ? front, with
the new artist collar and little - black ribbon bow tie. This also
is of Georgette ,and is shown in white, flesh color, and blue.
?Other models at the above price are in white, flesh, and a
good variety of the wanted suit shades.
?Nearly all sizes to select from.
Kami's?Second Floor.
Some Good Things for
Saturday in the Candy Store
-Satin-finished Stick Candy and \ss-rte'1 Hard Cannes packed in
a glass jar. Regularly 20c a jar. Special Saturday a 15c
?Chocolate Cream Fudge, filled with almonds.
cial Saturday, a pound
?KANN'S KAPITAL K ANDY, a big fresh supply of this delicto as
candy all ready for Saturday'*? puiohas rs.. Ipn't >"t a delight to
buy what you want again of this famous candy? The oest f?Q*?
in the city at the price. Pound
Street Floor.
The Coming
Promises to Be One of
?^Ve have a wonderful line of
sttractive styles in Georgette
Pleatings, in a good ranre of
colors, some with hemstitched
hem in contrasting colors.
Pleatings are in both pointed
and straight effects. A yard,
$1.00, $1.25 & $1.75
The Very Hand Bag and Strap Back!
Book You Want
Is probably in this special lot and at a reduced price because we
must lower present stocks at once.
?Velvet Handbags, in colors only. Were $5.00 to
$8.00, to close*at
?Strap-back Books, in black and colors. W ere S2.00,
to close at
?Strap-back Books, in black and, colors, also a few
handbags. \Vere $2.50 and $3.00, to close at. .<
?Strap-back Books, in black and colors, also a few
handbags. Were $3.50 to $5.00, to close at
_ . . . x V* . . * * ? * f . '? ' % .. .- . ?_ /? -%
?Duplex Lock Bags, cannot conie open; black only.
Were $1.25, to close at ..."

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