THE WASHINGTON TIMES; TUESDAY; JUNE 10; 1919.
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AMERICAN PEN WOMEN
1 Leaprie. The house throughout Is
i furnished m mahopany with dra-
HAVE EVENING "AT HOME'Ml'ories of sunliffht yellow and as a
' ;Hub is an interesting addition to
The l.facp of American P'enwo- AVashinpton.
men entertained laat eveninc at a The puests were received by the
reception and hoiipowarmin in its officers and past presidents of the
new club house. 1722 H street. Over I-.ea.Rruc. The officers are as follows:
nOO jruests were present, amonp I hem, Airs. Isaac Pearson, president. Mrs.
manv women of letters from out of Florence Jackson Stoddard and Mrs.
town and representatives of the lit- William Atherton PuPuy. vice presi-
crary and artistic circles of Wash- dents. Mrs. Katherine J. Fenton. re-
inpton. icordinp secretary. Miss Marie C. Red-
The drawing: rooms on the first . fern, corresponding secretary. Miss
floor were beautifully decorated with t I-ilJian Williamson, assistant corres-
flowers and ferns and the brilliant I pondins secretary. Mrs. Thomas S
I posters done for the Leapue bv thelWallis. treasurer. Mrs. OeorRC Combs.
Camouflage section of the Forty- I librarian. Mrs. Theodore Tiller, his-
seventh Engineers. Refreshments torian. Mrs. Richard i. i-ioxie, auai-
HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY
Mexican Ambassador Entertains For General Aguilar.
Mrs. Baker Honor Guest Dinner Parties on Calendar.
were served in the large dining
j room. An exhibit of autographed
dooks. pnotographs. original manu-
tor. is absent trom tne cny. Among
the past presidents who were pres
ent were Mrs. Theodore Cunningham,
Thrift Ik progress.
'llmbinc with W. S. S.
j scripts, songs and drawings were ;j rs. Susie Root Rhodes. Mrs. Virginia
shown in the library. In the collec- j Sving Frye. Miss Elizabeth A. Hyde,
tion were autographed photographs Mrs Rachaei Mongaie uecK, airs,
or President and Mrs. Wilson. Vive I Anna Sanborn Hamilton. -Mrs. Edith
President Marshall. Prime Minister t Kingman Kern. Mrs. Annie A. Wilder,
Lloyd George of England. Field and Miss Jessie Amelia Griswold.
Marshall Foch and books from the ' Miss Berthat Frances Wolfe an
learimzr authors of tho rnnntrv. The ! nounced the guests and Mr and Mrs.
tuo upper floors are furnished as r Austin Thomas gave several mus- is
guest rooms for members of the ical selections during the evening.
EN. CANDIDO AGUIL.AK. Gov
ernor of the State of Vera Cruz
and son-in-law of President Car-
ranza of Mexico, will be the honor
guest at a dinner which the Am
bassador of Mexico. Senor BonUlas, is
giving at the embassy tonight. The
guests asked to meet the distinguish
ed Mexican statesman will number
about twenty and will include promi
nent officials and diplomats.
Announcement has been made of
the appointment of Brand Whitlock,
now American Minister to Belgium,
to the post of Ambassador to Italy,
succeeding Thomas Nelson Page, who
has recently resigned. The promotion
in recognition of Mr. WhitloeKS
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Small, 21c: tax.
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, .. .41c
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lioiiid Drcuaration. eav
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Odor-Sweet prevents per
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harmless to the skin and the
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amount of this grcaseiess
cream will last the entire
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The best peroxide that anr drug
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HOME OF LOW PRICES
fine work in Belgium during the war.
Mm. Baker to Be Guest.
Mrs. Baker, wife of the Secretary
of War. is the guest in whose honor
the Minister of the Serbs, Croats, and
Slovenes and Mme. Gronitch will en
tertain at dinner tonight. Secretary
Baker will not be able to be present,
as he and his daughter. Miss Betty
Baker, arc attending the commence
ment exercises at the Military Acad
emy. Last evening Dr. and Mme.
Grouitch gave a dinner at the lega
tion having as honor guests the
Maj. Gen. Commandant of the Marine
Corps and Mrs. George Barnett. The
others in the company were Maj.
Gen. John F. O'Ryan. of New York:
Mrs. Charles Boughton Wood. Mrs.
Henry F. Dimock, Mrs. Allerton
Cushman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pen
field, Mr. and Mrs. George Mathews,
of Buffalo; Charles de Chambrun.
charge d'affaires of France, and M
Tsamados, charge d'affaires of
Belgian En-roy Returning.'
The minister of Belgium. E. de
XJartier de Marchienne, who has been
home on a visit for several months,
is expected back-to this country some
time In November.
Congressman and Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth occupied a box at the Na
tional Theater last evening for the
opening presentation of "Made of
Money," and had gucets with them.
Others in the brilliant audience were
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Richard
Wainright, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ad
dison, CaL and Mrs. .lames A. Drain.
Mrs. Delos. Blodgett, Mrs. Charles
Gray Matthews. Lieut. Col. and Mrt.
1 James Walsh, Mrs. Thomas Holcomb,
1 Mrs. Judson C. Welliver. Miss Kath
! enne Goodwin. Miss Gladys Hinck-
lev. Mr. and Mrs. Wingrove Bathon.
I Miss Virginia Dorsey. Mias Mary
Stead and Robert Stead.
Lleat. Baraier Entertains.
Lieut. Philippe Barbier, military at
tache of the Belgian legation, enter
tained a party of twelve at dinner last
night at the opening of the roof gar
den of the Army and Navy Club, tak
ing his guests later to Wardman Park
Hotel for dancing.
The party was given in honor of
Capt. Charles Drew. Aviation Corps.
U. S. A., who has lately been a patient
at Walter Reed Hospital, and left last
night for an aviation camp in Michi
gan. The other guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael,
Miss Lois Buck, Miss Sa'die Buck, Don
Manuel Zavala, of the Nicaraguan le
gation; Don Adolfo Cardemas, of the
Nicaraguan legation; Captain Seems,
U. S. A., and Lieutenant Kame. U. S. N
president of the national association
and vice chairman of Ihe Congres
sional Committee, and Mrs. James C.
Cantrill. director of the national as
sociation. The receiving hour is from
8 until 9 o'clock, and at 9 o'clock Mrs.
Catt will speak.
Assisting at the reception will be
the other members of the Congres
sional Committee: Miss Marjorie Shu
ler. Miss Mabel Willard. Miss Caroline
Reilly, and Mrs. Edward Keating. The
wiyes'of the members of the Woman
Suffrage Committees in the Senate and
House of this year and last have been
invited to assist. They are Mrs. James
Watson. Mrs. Wesley Jones. Mrs. Hi
ram Johnson. Mrs. Robert Owen, Mrs.
A. A. Jones. Mrs. ."Joseph E. Ransdell.
Mrs. John F. Shafroth. Mrs. James R.
Mann. Mr. Frank W. Mondcll. Mrs.
John E. Raker. Mrs. John Nolan. Mrs.
Sherman Burroughs. Mrs. Edward
Little, Mrs. Thomas Blanton. Mrs.
Richard Elliott, Mrs. George Edmonds.
Mrs. A. P. Nelson, and Mrs. John Mc
Crate. The guests arc limited to the
members of Congress who voted for
the suffrage amendment and their
The association is glvlmr a second
reception tomorrow evening, at which
the guests will be members of local
suffrage organizations and visiting
A recital and garden fete will be
given tonight at the Arts Club of
Washington to raise a fund for the
purchase of a picture from the F.
Hopkinson Smith collection now on
exhibition there. Miss Clara Alex
ander, impersonator of plantation
tj pes. will be the particular star of
the entertainment, and the program
will also include music and rhythmic
dancing by pupils from the Bentley
A marriage of interest which will
take place this evening is that of
Miss Mary Margaret Mulholland,
daughter of the late John H. Mul
holland, and Mrs. Martha Bearden
Mulholland. to Lieut- James Long
street Whclchel. U. S. A. The cere
mony will be performed at 7 o'clock
at the apartment of the bride's moth
er at the Oakland, by the Rev. Her
bert Scott Smith, rector of St. Mar
garet's Church, in the presence of the
families and a few intimate friends.
The bride will be attended by Miss
Jane Mcllhenny. maid of honor, and
the Misses Elizabeth Welchel. Ade
laide Pierce, Bryant Bryan, Margaret
Braitmayer. Marion Johnson and Mary
Louise Cashebeer. of Somerset, Pa,
The best man will be Ensign John E.
Whelchel. jr., U. S. N.. brother of the
bridegroom. The wedding was to
have taken place in September, but
because of the bridegroom's sudden
orders to foreign duty it was hur
ried forward. The bridegroom is a
son of Mr. and Mrs John E. Whelchel
Lieutenant Barbier will go back to ! a"d a grandson of the late General
and a graduate from West Point class
Belgium for a brief visit in November' James Longstreet. of Georgia,
anrf n his return, will be accom-: graduate of Western High
panted by Mme. Barbier. who is spend
ing the summer at home.
Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Richard C.
Marshall were hosts at dinner last
night on the Army and Navy Club
roof, entertaining in honor of Brig.
Gen. Charles E. Kilbourne, U. S. A..
Girl Scoots Carnival.
A carnival will be given by the
XJirl Scouts of the District of Colum
bia on Friday and SaturBay evenings.
June lo artd 11. at 5 o clock, at the
who has just returned from France. Mt- pieasant piavxronnd. Fourteenth
land Mrs. Kilbourne Their other jtrect anrl park Road. Home-made
1 guests were mostly members 01 tne
' Construction Division of the Coast Ar
tillery of which General Marshall is
the head, and included Col. and Mrs.
James Totten. Col. and Mrs. Clifforo
Lee Corbin. Mrs. Stanley Dunbai.
. wife of Colonel Dunbar. TJ. S. A., now
in France; Mrs. Henry C. Corbin. Col.
Evon Shelby: U. S. A., and Col. Jo
seph Willcutt. U. S. A.
General Kilbourne has seen service
both in this war and in the Phillipines
and has received a number of decora-
tion?. including the Croix de Guerre.
' the Distinguished Se.rviee Medal and
the medal of honor for service in the
Weds Toledo Man.
i A quiet wedding was solemnized
at noon today when Miss Helen
' Moyer. daughter of Mrs. Constance
Moyer. of Washington, became the.
1 bride of Sherwood Mortiey Plnker
j ton. jr.. of Toledo.
The wedding took plarc at the
home of th- bride's brother-in-law
jand sister. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
H. Clark, in Mmtwood Place, in the
presence of only the immediate fam
' ilies of the bride and bridegroom
.The Rev John ' Palmer officiated.
After a honeymoon trip. Mr. and
Mrs. Pinkerton will be at home at
'H65 Collmgwood avenue. Toledo.
Mr and Mrs. Woodbury Blair will
' go to their summer home at New
' pr-rt about July 1 Their niece. Miss
Ldith Wallach. will spend the sum
mer with them.
Mrs. John Harrison Knapp and her
' two small children. John Marshall
Knapp and Miss Elizabeth Knapp.
have left town for Jamestown. R. 1.
' where they have taken a cottage for
the summer, in order to be near Pay
I master Knapp. L" S N., who is on duty
with the fleet.
1 Misr Valerie Padelford entertained
informally at dinner at the Cafe St
' Mark." last evening. She had seven
' Rear Admiral Henry . Wiley. 1
S V.. has been detailed a. a member
1 of the commission on naval terms now
, sitting In Paris. He has been in rom
Tmand of 'he fourth division of the
Mis-s Emilv Steuart enteitained at (
1 luncheon yesterdav at the Lotus Lan
tern Tea House in eompliment to her
I sister Miss Linda Steuart. whose mar
' riage lo Roland C. Rehm. of Chicago,
! w ill take place tomorrow
cakes and ice cream will be sold
there will be tables of garden produce
raised by the Girl Scouts in their
own garden?, and an old-fashioned
"country store" will contribute to the
entertainment of the visitors. Music
and fortune telling will also be feat
ures of the program. There will be
no entrance fee.
Capt. and Mrs. John Gregory Hope
have sailed for England for a short
visit, the first which Mrs. Hope has
made to Captain Hope's family since
they were married here two years
ago. They left thtr small son with
Mrs Hope's parents. Maj. and Mrs.
Xevil Monroe Hopkins.
Hair Often Ruined
By Careless Washing
Soap t-hould be used very caici'iil'
if you want to keep your hair iO"nnz
its best Most soaps and picpafd
shampoos contain too much a'kaii '
This dries the scalp, makes the ban '
brittle, and ruins it. j
The best thing ior steady use is j
Mulsified cocoanut ill shampoo twhicnj
i. pure and grcaselsss). and is better
than anything else you can ue.
One or two teaspooaTuls will clean-'e
the hair and scalp thoroughly. Simplj 1
moisten the hair with water and rub
it in. It mako.i an abundance of ri i, I
creamy lather, which rinses out easilx
removing every partielr of dust, di-i I
dandruff and exessi.e oil. Th han I
drie quickly and evenly, and i leav. . 1
the scalp soft, and the hai: fin" and '
silky, bright, lustrous, f'uffy and oao
You ean gt Mulsined eocoanut !
at any pharmacy it's ver rnrap and j
a feu- ounce, wit upply vorx mm
orr of the fnmilv for montn.
Washington New York.
WE ALWAYS SELL THE BES
he f Castile
1 Ahoul 1 lb -8 oe. f
1 Mrs. James McDonald will be
hostess at a dinner party tonight
Maj. Gen. ind Mm William Crozier ,
! are in New York, and are staying at j
thf St. Regis Hotel.
I Mrs. Robert S. McCormick has gone
to New " ork for a vint. and Is f-tay
mg at the Plaza Hotel.
Gossard front-lace and the
best makes of back-lace
Corsets, Negligee, Under
1110 F Street
Adjoining Columbia Theater.
j Senator Hale Entertains.
1 Senator Frederick Hale entertained j
' a small company at tne air tit 1
I Marks last evemnc. '
Mr. Cntt to .'peak. j
' Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt arrived In'
I town last evening for the celebration
j wbich the National American Woman
suffrage Association is having this
evening at its Washington headquar
j ters. Mrs. Catt will receive at the
j celebration with Mrp. Maud Wood
Park, chairman of the Congressional
committee Mr Helen Gardener, vice
Relief is rbsitKtry
Burning Puffing &
Shearing or Callouses
Special Rasters in Each Rsckage
tHE BUSY CORNER PENNA.AVEr8TH:ST.
Open from 9:15 A. M. to 6:00 P. M.
. T w f 0 1 W i y
iNew wmte wooi
The season's latest for -summer
jvear. Very smart looking, and are
really quite cool for a wool suit.
They are made up in two of the,
season's smartest models.
We only have a limited number,
of these, and if you want to be among
the first to don the very latest, come.
in and make your selection tomorrow..
Exceptional value at
Kami's Second Floor.
The very latest, that Mme. I
rasnion nas sec ner anprovai
NEW ORGANDIE VEST
INGS. with onrandv ruffling-,
finisned with Dicot edge, in all
white, or white with black
TUCKED ORGANDY VEST
ING, with lace insor- &A f(
tion, a yard O'i'.UU
WHITE ORGANDY VESTING,
with lace ruffles and insertion,
$3.98 to $5.50
VALENCIENNES LACE RUF
FLED VESTING, very fluffy, J
$5.50 to $9.50
TUCKED ORGANDY SKIRT
ING, in white, tan, or- QQ 2
chid and blue. A yard . tDDUv
We also have a white organdy 4
skirting, at a QS) IJF
i TUCKED VOILE SKIRTING,
Z in- Copenhagen blue, pink. tan.
J and white, a CO OK
yard . . DiJ
RUFFLED VOTLE SKIRTING,
j in white. Copenhagen eQ pri
z Dlue and pink, a yard . 0O3t.
Kanns Tleating Store Street
AVimit- 1 rllffATWif TnnrMs to
; I select from. The materials arev
i , sen stnpea &u.ecus aau khuoj
They are shirred all aronnd,
l some are shirred in the back.
and have plain fronts, and
nearly all are finished with.'
tailored or fancy pockets.
All sizes to select from.
This is an Axeerrfcional nn.
portunity that it will nay you
to take advantage of tomor-
Kann'? Second Floor. t
We Secured a SpedaH
to Sell ,
Uxrr . . cxrn' t n . t
w aists or w asnaoie Datin
lAt $3.98 and
The styles are similar at both
prices, but the quality of the satin
i.. of course, better grade at the
They are in tailored styles, and
most of them are ornamented with
There are white and flesh color
ed vai.;ts at both prices.
They will launder excellently, and
as some women who have worn
them declare, "look better for each
All sizes to select from.
Kann"s .Seeond Floor.
x Colored Embroidered
White Organdy Edgings?
$jvake the daintiest kind
.f .-nllnr and ruff sets, and
xc also used for the popu-
nr vest or vestee max
Fine Qualify French
Finished Dress Linens
rx . : v .: suit.
; found in manv 01 ine new: z
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smooth finish. Indications J
X point to an unusual popu-s
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X They arc of fine quality J X present time, . such as Co- J
fpenhagen blue, green, gray. X
I wistaria, rose, tan, pink. X
X cadet blue, vellow and
black. ' " X
Z -r. X
z There are many new 5
Sand chic ways suitable for
I making up these handsome X
X linens shown in the Home X
Journal and Pictorial Re-?
nA in navv. s'reen. nink. X
J-k. red, Copenhagen blue. I
flight blue and black; also
X.n all-white. . X
i They have scalloped or 5
X , vard, 75c. X
CM I SOI E LACES J
ith beading at top and
bottom of lace, attractive 5
patterns, will only need the 4
gibbon to run through the?
Reading and for shoulder4
Straps, and the camisole is X
1 practically made. A ard, s
4 Kann " S'ret F'l"'-r l,.e j
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jview fashion books. J
4- Price, a yard, $1'.50.
X - CHECKKP" FIXK BATISTE.
? in three different size, check- 4
4 ver fine sofi Hnish. snitabl J
J for makin? up women's under ?
J garment Thi3 is something
entirely now in the realm of J
? linsene materials A CA X
4-10 and 11-m. DARK GROUND
J VOILES hiefly navv blue, tn
7 medium ?z flRtires. A HfZn ?
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4 Kanns. Street Floor.
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