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HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY
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Mrs. Dimock Gives Dinner Japanese Ambassador and Viscountess Ishii
Entertain Chilean Ambassador Leases Embassy
THE YASHESTQTON TIMES, MQffDAY MAftCH Ql, 1919.
Not only makes your cakes
and hot breads lighter, of finer
texture and delieious fiavor?
but t a reasonable cost
314 7th Street N. W-
Your Last Opportunity
What Remains of
HALF THE STOCK OF
108 Fairs a
of Boots M1
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WE have just re
ceived a large as
sortment of beautiful
Japanese Hand Carved
Furniture which will be
placed on sale tomorrow
at prices far below their
Hand Carved Chair
Valued at $35, Price $25
A special sale of China and Silk
Kimonos will be held all next week, with
all prices reduced
10 to 20
469 Pa. Ave. 1205 Pa. Ave. N. W.
THE British Ambassador and tha
Countess of Reading1 will be
the honor guests at the dinner
which Mrs Henry F. Dimock Is giv
The American Ambassador to France
and Mrs. Hugh' Wallace wUl be.
among those 'in tho company asked
to mpet them.
L-ord and Lady Reading returned to
town la.jt evening after spending the
week-end in New York.
The Japanese Ambassador and Vis
countess Ishii will bs hosts at dinner
tonight, having th minister of 'Ecua
dor, Dr. Don Rafael Ellzalde. among
their guests. Members of the Japa
nese embassy staff and of lha lega
tion, of Ecuador will also be present
His Emnence Cardinal Gibbqns will
go to ftew Orleans this week tq visit
nis Droiner, uonn i. uiDDoqp, for
about ten days Last spring Cardinal
Olbbons m'ssed his annual visit to
New Orleans fqr the first tiiqe In a
score or more, years. He, e always
much, feted and entertained In an In
formal way 3urlng"h!s visits ttiere.
Malbleaa Lenne Residence.
The Chilean Ambassador and Mme.
Mathleu have leased the residence
1020 Sixteenth street for several
months, and will take possession the
end qf the week. Tffpy "have, been re
siding at the Wardman Park Inn
since cpming to Washington.
Mme. Cremer, wife qf thq Nether
lands minister, accompanied by Miss
Symonda, will return to Washlngtpn
this evening from "Bosten, where they
have been alnpe Thursday.
The Attorney General and Mks. A.
Mitchell Palmer have as their 'guests
for the week-end' Mrs. palmer's aunt,
Mrs. Marshall Fox, of Philadelphia,
and her Erandjpn. Lieut. Brook
i Lamed, who has' recently returned
The Acting Secretary of State and
Mrs. Frank Lyon"Polk, who "are at
White Sulphur Springs, wll return
to Washington the end qf the week.
Mrs. George Barnett, wife qf the
commandant of the marine corps, will
not receive today, but will be at home
next Monday. April 6. Mrs. Barnett,
her daughter. Miss Leila Gordon, and
Mrs. Patrick Bellinger, who have been
at Mrs. Barnctt's country place,
Wakefield Manor, In Virginia, for sev
eral days, will return to Washington
tomorrow. General Barnett la on an
Inspection trip through the South.
Off for Ner York.
Mrs. John B, Wlllfams will sp to
New York tomorrow to meet her
daughter, Mrs. Dorothy WUU&m Mc
Combs. who Is returning from. France
Mrs. McCombs has freen abroad for
over a. year and for the last several
months has had an apartment In
Paris. She worked for a time with
the foreign section pf the Committee
on Public Information and contribu
ted a series of delightful letters to
newspapers In tills country.
Mrs. Leonard L. Nicholson will en
tertain the Amateur Garden Associa
tion of Montgomery County at tea on
Thursday afternoon at her home
Lenwill, near Rockville. Md. Mrs. W.
H. Holmps will make an address.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson will have as
their guest shortly her sjster. Mrs.
Harris Crist, of Brooklyn, and Mrs.
Burrpws and Miss Emily Burrows, of
New York, will viBlt them on their
way homp from Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Hayward Hutchinson
Webb will go this week to stay with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cuthbert,
at their home in Pennsylvania. They
are now guests of Mr. Webb's moth
er. Mrs. John Sidney Webb, In Wash
ington. Mr. Webb baa been released
from the army, having served In
Franco with the rank of lieutenant.
The marriage of Miss VIoletta Car
roll Mercer and Dr. William B. Mar
bury, which will take place on
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
will be solemnized at the home of
Horace Seymour, third secretary of
the, British embassy, and Mrs. Sey
moor. Only members of the Imme-
MRS. WILLIAM M. TALIAFERRO,
Bride of Captain Taliaferro, U. S. A., who was formerly Miss
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Another Carload of Vitrified China
At Special Bargain Prices
Unusual Saving Opportunities for Hotels,
Cafes, Restaurants, Etc.
Plates $1.00 doz.
Plates $1.20 doz.
Plates $1.25 doz.
Plates $1.35 doz.
Plates $1.50 doz.
Plates ,.,.$1.80 doz.
n. Deep Plates $1.50 doz.
Deep Plates $1.80 doz.
n. Oatmeal Bowls.. $1.75 doz.
n. Oatmeal Bowls. ,$l.5o doz.
36s Small Soup Bowls.. $1.75 doz.
30s Large Soup Bottls..$2.00 doz.
4H in. Sauce Dishes 75 doz.
5tt in. Sauce Dishes $1.00 doz.
Tea Cups $1.20 doz.
Tea Saucers $1.00 doz.
SPECIAL LOT DECORATED
After-Dinner Coffee Cups $1.00 doz.
After-Dinner Saucers 60 doz.
iyz in. Salads $3.50 doz.
8J4 in. Salads $5.00 doz.
10 in. Celery Trays $6.00 doz.
Cake Covers $4.00 doz.
Plain Band Bouillon Cups . $2.50 doz.
Plain Band Saucers $1.20 doz.
10 in. Dishes $15.00 doz.
17 in. Dishes $12.00 doz.
14 in. Dishes $7.00 doz.
13J4 in. Dishes $5.40 doz.
In. Dishes $4.5o doz.
All Measurements Actual Size
DULIN & MARTIN CO., 1215 F Street
1214-18 G Street
diate fmills and a few intimate
friends will be present.
Miss Lucy Pace amercer will t)a
maid of honor for her sister, and the
best man will be Dr. Charles Craw
ford. The Rey. Dr. Roland Cotton
Smith, recor of St. John's Church, will
Miss Mercer is the dauehter of Mrs.
Carro.ll Mercer, of Washington, and
her father was the late Major Carroll
Mercer. She Is a great-granddaughter
of Judge William T. Carroll and
a descendant of Gen. John Francis
Mercejr, of Revolutionary farne. Her
fprebers have been prominent In
Maryland and the District for gen
erations, and the Marburys, who are
Marylanders, have played equally im
portant part in the history of their
The bride has but recently returned
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eno, of Prince
ton, who have been staying with
William Phelps Eno, will return horn
tomorrow. "Mr. Eno and his cousin,
Mrs. Cleorge Ehle, were at home In
formally yesterday afternoon In ac
cprd&nce with their custom on Sun
days, and during the afternoon Ralph
Burton gave an informal talk on
Russia. Mrs. Ehlc's niece, Miss Ellse
Archibald, of Philadelphia, Is visiting
Return T Tarnt.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hawes, who
have been the guests of Mrs. Charles
"Boughton Wood, have returned to
their home In 'Toronto, Ontario.
Senator Philander C. Knox, who, at
the Breakers at Palm Beach with his
family, has been suffering from eye
strain, has been obliged to spend the
last few days in a dark room.
Many Dinners Planned.
A number of dinner parties will
prccodo the first of the series of pub
pcrlption dances for the benefit of the
Free Milk for France Fund, which
will be given this evening at the
Club de Vingt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Graham Glasgow will have guests
dining with them before the party,
and the Third Assistant Secretary of
State and Mrs. Breckinridge Long
vIJl take their house guests to the
dance, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Campbell
Graef will also give a dinner.
Miss Courtney Letts, Miss Minna
Plalr, Miss Leila Gordon, Miss Mildred
Bromwell, and Miss Margaret Harding
will receive the guests.
The date for the third dance of the
series has been changed from Tues
day, April 22, to Thursday, April 24
This will be a bal masque, and among
rhe hostesses for the evening will be
Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood, Mrs.
Breckinridge Long, and Mrs Arthur
Mrs. Peter Goelet Gerry and Mrs.
Larz Anderson will be hostesses for
one dance of the series; and at the
second, to be given next Monday even
ing, the hostesses will be Mrs.
Ffoulke Smith, Miss Anna Hamlin,
Miss Eleanor Johnston, Miss Mar
jorie Wright, Miss Carolyn Nash, Miss
Virginia Hifht, and Miss Oiyve Graef.
LIFT OF CORNS!
Freezone is magic! Corns lift off
with finsers without pain
Hurt? No. not one bit f Just drop
a liyie Freezone on that touchv corn.
Instantly It stopB aching, then you
lift that bothersome coin riht fi.
Yes, maelc! Costs only a few cents
Trv Freezonol Your druerulst sells
a tiny bftile, sufficient to Hi1 our
feet of every hard corn, soft com. or
corn between the toes, and calluses,
without one particle of naln. sore
ness or Irritation Freezone Is the
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mvsiBnous einer discovery or a
On this occasion Joseph Dorney wljl
sng the waltzes, a new and original
Tii s Misses Frances and Louisa
Hoar, daughters of Mrs. Frederick H.
GUlett, are spending several weeks
In Bostop. Before leaving Washing
ton they resigned the positions in
the State Department which they had
held fqr a year.
Miss Jeannette Rankin, formerly
Congrcsswomap from Montana, an
nounces the marriage of her sister.
Miss Edna Rankin, and. J- W. Mc
Klnnon, of New York. The wedding
took pjace on Saturday evening in
Miss Jeannette Rankin's, home, and
she was the bride's only attendant.
Maltby Jelliffe, of New York, was
best man. The Rey, J. S. Montgom
ery performed the ceremony.
The two little flower girls were
Mss Mary Elizabeth Sedman and
MIbs Virginia Sedman, daughters of
the bride's sister, Mrs. Harriet Sed
man. The bride's gown was of bro
caded white satin made short, with
an over drapery of point d'esprlt
lace, and her tulle veil, which form
ed the train, was arranged In a cap
effect and held with orange
soma. She carried Bride roses and
orchids. Her maid of honor was also
In white satin trimmed In gold lace
and she carried pink sweetpeas. The
flower girls wore dainty white dress
es, and carried pink sweetpeas.
Immediately after ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. McKlnnon left for a wedding
trip, the latter wearing a traveling
suit of navy blue with a small black
hat trimmed with bright blue feath
ers. They will later be a.t home (n
Missoula, Mont., where Mr. McKln
non Is in business.
Among the out-of-town guests
were, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. McKlnnon,
and Miss Dorothy McKlnnon, of New
York, parents and sister of the bride
groom; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Marvin,
and Mr. and Mrs. Maltby Jelliffe, of
New York, brothers-in-law and sis
ters of the bridegroom: and Miss
Louise McDonald, of La Crosse, Mont.;
who is the house guest of Miss Ran
kin. Mrs. McKlnnon, who is a grad
uate of the University of Wisconsin,
was admitted to the bar in Montana
a year ago.
To Observe Texas Week.
Beginning Saturday. Texas week
will be observed at the headquarters
of the National Congress of Mothers,
1314 Massachusetts avenue. Mrs. E.
A. Walters, of Fort Worth, president
of the Texas branch of the national
congress, has designated Mrs. Wil
liam E. Hawkins, of Austin, who is
spending the spring months in Wash-
lngton. as hostess for the week, and
she is extending an Invitation to the
members of the various mothers
clubs in Washington and their friends
to call at the headquarters on Satur
Mrs. Frederick Schoff, of Philadel
phia, national president of the Con
gress of Mothers, conceived the idea
of setting aside a certain week for
each of the States represented in the
Congress, with the object of demon
strating to the people from that State
now resident in Washington what is
being accomplished by the congress
and persuading them to take an In
terest in its activities at home.
Texas week is the second of the se
ries. Massachusetts week having been
The slogan of the National Con
gress of Mothers is "Child Welfare."
and the organization is making a nation-wide
campaign for betterment of
conditions among children. The con
gress also co-operates with the War
Camp Community Service to maintain
a home for soldiers, sailors, and ma
rines at the headquarters of the or
ganization. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wardman re
turned to Washington lant evening
from New York. Mr. Wardman is
back from an extended visit to his
parents in England.
The benefit ball to be given on
Thursday evening at the Willard by
the personnel of the office of the Di
rector of Finance gives promise of
being a most successful function.
The proceeds will be devoted to the
welfare of wounded soldlors at Wal
ter Reed Hospital.
The jteneral chalrmtn for the en
tertainment is Capt. Voler V. Viles
nnd the executive committee Includes
Colonel Coleman, Major Miller, Major
Sears, Major HIM, Major Grlffln, Cap
tain Bancroft, Captain Mack. Mrs.
Carroll, Mrs. La Vleile. Mrs. P. A.
Tiffin, Mrs. Tallontlro, Mrs. Hayward.
Ml.-s Waphburn, Miss Hellman, and
The ball of the patriots of 1776 and
1018, to be glverBat the Willard Hotel
on the evening of May 6, will be for
the French village restoration fund.
The. patriots of 1778 will be repre
sented by the patriotic societies, and
the army and. pavy and a. 11 Washlpg-
m, with Its' war and Red Crqss work
ers, will represent the patriots of 1918.
The list qf patronesses, the cqm
mlttec of young ladles, and the flpor
nnd reception committees will be an
The ball fund will be collected and
the. proceeds donated by the Major
William Overton Callis Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion, of which Mrs. Margaret M. Berry,
ef the Farragut apartments, fa cegent.
The hall chairman Is, Mrs. Walter
Mrs. John McClure Wiley will sail
in May far Holland, wh,pre ahe -will
spend the sqmmer with her son, John
Cooper Wiley, who Is the second "sec
retary of the United States lega'tlon
at The Hague.
Mra. SH W. Terry has arrived In
Madrid, Spafn, to spend the spring
nd ?' ?uPJ!n.e? vHh her "daughter.
Mra. Fllippo Camperlo. Captain Cam
perio is attached, tp th Kalian em
oass.y In Madrid. Afme. Campefio was
Miss Eleanor Terry, a prominent belle
in Washington when fyer father, the
late Admfral Terry, was commandant
of the navy yard here.
Lucy Aldrich, dau.gb.ter of the lafe
Senator Nelson W. Aldrjch, wllj stjirt
early. In April for Japan, where she
will pass toe summer.
Washington Salon Gaeas.
The hna guests at a reception
given a.t the Washington Salon, 1413
H street, fqr the French Club yester
day afternoon were Majpr lvlug D.
Telusanu, military attache of ' the
Rumanian legation, and Mme. Telu
sanu. Rqdolph de Zapp was host, and
Mrs. Hary Krogstad, chatelaine.
Mrs. H. H. Eaton poured tea. assist
ed by Miss Rose B. Dowrlck, Miss
Anna S. Emerson, Miss Elizabeth L.
Frost, Miss Harriet Anderson, Miss
Kathleen Thrasher, Miss Carel M.
Hasson, and Miss Beatrice M. Hut
chinson. Major Telusanu spoke on
the heroic part Rumania' took In the
war of liberation. Red, orange, and
blue, the colors of Rumania, were
used in tha decaratiens.
Dr. Leonard Wjlsop, F. R.S.A., dip
lomat, traveler, and author, "aqdf a
leading member of the British and
Canadian Patriotic Society, will 'be
the guest of honor next Sunday. Hiss
Mattie L. Massle wll preside at the
tea table and will be assisted q.y
Miss Marjorle Hutchinson. Miss Har
riet McQulUlan, Miss Marjorle C.
Baillie, Miss Gertrude E. Anderson,
Miss Bess V. Watson, Miss Miriam
Reh, and Miss Grace Grant.
Help bring tne box Bom treat
France. Wir $arfBga S tanas will
RaiilAr nriin !
bios- Regular price. 1
8. 00. Sale price, $1.83
4.00. Sale price. 95
5.00. Sale price. MS
DOTTED SWISS KIMONOS
Regular price, JG.5Q,
Swiss Sacks. 3.7S.
Regular price, $1.00
v f 12.60. Sale price, $8.98
, $20-00. Sale prfce, 913X0.
Sale price, WAQ
Sale price, $2.00
Regular price, S1.50.
Regular price, $2.00.
Sale price. 50
Sale price, 1U.00
Sale price, tlM
Latest Styles in Back and Front
Lace Corsets. Fittings without
Any make of corsets cleaned and
repaired at reasonable prices.
Vernon Corset Shop
733 7th St.
I "W JBEF V
(In Grtn Box Only)
Soft and velvety. Money back if not en
tirely pleased. Nadine Is pure and harm
lets. Adheres until washed oft. Prevents
sunburn and return of discoloration.
A million delighted users prove its value.
Tintst Flesh, PlnU, Brunette. White.
National Toilet Company, Paris, Tean.
Of the various points of
interest at the National
Capital reproduced in
twenty-five of them
all boxed, ready for
mailing home 25c.
One of "different"
sort of souvenirs you
will find here.
(Mr. Foster's Shop). Open Krn.
14th and Pa. Ave.
J. ARTHUR McCONVILLE
1st Violinist, Keith's Theater
Teacher of Violin
Special Attention to Beginner.
Special Trnlalnx for Orchestral Play,
lay. Address care Keith's Thsate.
Residence phone North 9M9.
( Open 9:15 A. M. Clos 6:00 P M. "
Another Big Day Tws&y With
Wprth Up tq $?.50,
$ i m
' .11 !
Neat, fitting, smart appearing house dresses, made of
percales and gin,gham,s.
The percales, are in figured and, striped designs, UiiMieJ:
wtfh embroidery, or trimmed with contrasting colors.
They are" very neatjy m.ade, aiA wQutd e, suj.ta.be. for"
wear to market or for mQrning shopping in the warm
The ginghams, are in. striped patterns, and in the high
springlike coloring They arejnmrned, V$l.plajn cojors.
or wiin enioroiaery, in si.jries similar xa we pe.rca.ies
Fipd h$s$ at the Bargain Table Street Floor.
Coatees, Capes and Stoles
of New Plushes :
Jut Right for Spring Weat
l-r-Lightweight and will give sufficient warmth "when
j ' worn with a suit or a one-piece dress .to mafce .one o,m--f
; fortable in these early spring days w.hich are -warm,, bufc
;;not quite warm enough to do without a. wapr of sqrrie;
' . A-UIU. . -
-artxcut Pluah - oMte&&
wjin nuuson seat snawt
collar. tfJI? AA
Canjcul Prosh Capes with
belt and lined with soft
-Fhuh Stoles, satin lined.
$7.50 and $13.50
t Hudson ScaJ Phall Stoles,
satin lined. At
$19.50 and $22.50
l T V T -m V 3T .
rt-iew -fgnxmue riua
: Stole, in beautiful gray,
!: which is almost a ta.upe;
id. 1111 1I11CU. SL
$9.50, $13.98 and $15
z Varixnole Phish Stoles,
aiiui t oijit-, oauu i)iitu auu
firmhpH uiih ?S t
ribbon ties. At. vvv
Hi4son Seal Prttth Capes,
satin lined, made to form
little Eton (I1 AA
i jacket At... ptJ,UV
Z Kann's Streat Floor.
;j Kann's Sealed Victor Records!
Will be ready tomorrow. Splendid selections that you will
surely want to add to your library.
Come for them tomorrow to the Home of Sealed Keeords.
Kann's Fourth Floor.
Trimmed Hats and ,
And the Famous "Heart a Rose" Hat
The Ready-to-wear Sailors are
of rough straw, in black and
navy, finished with grosgrain silk
band and satin sweat &" QC
lining, special at $ 1 . tD
Fine Split Braid Sailors, in
navy and black, with-
tailored sweat bands, (f P qj
-nAll Black Trimmed Hats, in
picture effects, trimmed in burnt
goose and ostrich feathers, with
facings of black $10QC
satin, at tpl.D
The "Heart a Rose" Hat, phe
of the latest fads of the fcoqr,
and a chic and stun- (fOC Aft
ning model, at tpZidlUV
Kapn'a Second Floor.
A Mill-End Sale of
;;A11 Wool French Serges
iA fine lot of mill lengths in 40 to 44-inch widths, and in
uiik: lii. liuiii uiirr lij ia wLxiia- mni 111 iiiff-kr Mnti rr a z
$ With serges and poplins so greatly in demand the opportunity 2
y w? Duy sucn gooa quauues ac tomorrows price ahouki not be
juvciiuurcu ujr any wuiuou uu iiikcuus to mane or nave made a
Z niVL alf Jrt cuif- raw nr Hrpcc
Materials Worth Up to
X $2.25 a Yard.
I Choice, a vard
Kann's Street Floor.