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JEAN ELIOT'S WEEKLY CHRONICLE OF CAPITAL SOCIETY
ehUdrea witk her.
I Page, Twelve.)
.She is the deugh-
who was a- decided success as mis
tress of the Peruvian location, will
have aa oaortuaity to lr the mors
Haaortaai mart of chatelaine' of an
Some weeks' a;o dispatches from
Lenien sanoyneed,:!. the Bras41taa
Minister lo ISnglaeiunPortuno Xavier,
had boon appointed Br Asillan vAjnbase-'
ador Xo the United States. an would
sail shortly for his now post. How
ever, ho official conftrmetlon of this
statement has been made and at the
embassy hare there la a disposition
to donbt it truth. At any rate Senor
Xavier .has no family, so even if he
onee whtea- Is ptailded fbr Jk the
Leacae of Katleeia saet and far the
to the New
tr of .BaronIwaseki. wh
first Interns rlaaal Ooacrea
lac Womea, whJeh to a
T tkf (TMt4 farlanes Is Jaaea.
and Is a brilliant and cultivated WOm
aa. So far nothing- official has etmt out
of Peru about th appointment of a
ew ambaa dor, out Frederic Al
fonso Peact. sometime minister to the
United States, has written to friends
here that be Is to return to Washing
ton, after baring- boon out of th
diplomatic service for several raers,
in th role of ambassador. So It's a
practical certainty that Him. Peset.
Delegations are e ttaajr. way hare
front all qartan of ties 9be to at
tend the Araf, ami WaalaUnrtoa to
niakins; ready to watoome Jkhe naaay
a1ttetolted vtoltom. It la learned
with jdeaewre, for Inatanos, that
Baron Mayor des Ptanohos, Itottaw
ambassador here emrhaa; thev ttaaai
volt -regime, heads the Italian aroap.
Baron hlayor daa Planehes haer many
friends In Waahtectoa who nsaamber
the hrtinaat and lavtoh heapttaUty
still aarenrotteat parttos to the ban
whieh the baroness mwa, tor AUoe
Koosevelt, now Una. HIaholaa Loao
worth, the pear she mada her debejt
at the White Hones.
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Uneelsl soars offered hi die
THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1919.
OVER PEOPLES WUG STORK
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Davghter of General and Mrs. Tasker H. Blias, who is sfaia hi
Washington after loay stay in Paris.
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Derc;$pur tinie and attention to the stitches not
to ttei&ry push-push of the treadle.
Portable Sewing Convenience
is offered 70 st smaft cost in the possession of a Portable
Electric Sewing Machine. You can sew in bedroom,, li
brary r kMci--wlierever you wish by simply putting
the phtg m the Electric Light socket
The portable model Wustrtted is priced at 39.50 on time
pavmeats. Other .Electric Motors Jo electrify your old
are offered at i5.75.
sHchiM , oome to Was)intoa there
would be -no BraxUIaa JUnajassadress.
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Minister Of Salradex's Wife
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. The Klnister of Salvador, In Sal
vador Sol, who arrived fa Washing:.
ifim. late la the summer, has. a' culti
vated and charming 'English wife, as
had hia predecessor, Br. Rafael 2eJdt
aar:. and Ime. de Sol has already
mads a distinct plaee for herself in the
scheme of things. The wife of the
new- minister of Uruguay, Senor
VareU, is youag, pretty, full of enthu-
stasm ana jole de vivre and may he
regarded as a decided acquisition.
ane speaks JSHguea fluently, with &
fetehipg bit of an accent. There are
three charming Varela children.
Mme. .Grouitah, wife of the minister
of ' the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, la
also rather a newcomer to the dtnlo-
maic .corps, although she has become
sa RlhMlv IHAntlfforl xtrltlm anflvUfu
soefsl and diplomatic in her few
months of residence here that peopt5
are weal to forget this. Blessed
with, a wide acquaintance among
worth while Americans In- general
and Washlngtonlaas in particular, she
ana aer distinguished husband have
eertainly put Serbia on the map so
cially, while the existence of the le
gations of the other Balkan states,
although some of them are older than
the Serbian, is almost forgotten.
Armas Herman aastamofnen has
the distinction of being Findland's
nrst representative in this country;
and he and Mme. Saastamoinen are'
members of the little diplomatic col
ony established at Wardman ParK
Hotel. Then there's Mme. Tsamados,
wife- of the minister resident and
eharge d'affaires of Greece, Michael
Tsamados. Although her husband
has been here since January, 1919,
she's a; newcomer to Washington,
having just returned to America af
ter a. stay of nearly a year at her
home in Athens. Her husband was
formerly Greek consul general at San
Francisco, -and she Is . affectionately
remembered there for her service as
a' Bed -Cross worker during the influ
enza epidemic. She Is a talented and
also be regarded as. reseat additions
to the diplomatic corps, since they are
to spend the winter .at the Chilean
embassy. Mme. de, Oaaa and Mme:- de
Mathiev, wire of the Chilean, ambas
sedsr, are sisters. The two girls are
to be presented to aeeietar here and
will be perhaps the ottly'Tdebatantea
of the diplomatic set.
blRS. AMSTAD DAVIS,
Who hM rePoed her apartment at 1102 JBLgbUmA street after
Bsmats) M aft f Hat
aatsmaj hi UN
''Scueln'. the weddings, there's been
little enough going on, buf Jn a few
instances official society has done a
bit of entertaining, "quite unofficially,
you know." !"er instance, there was
Mrs. Lansing's at -home and the din
ner which Secretary and Mrs. Lansing
gave for Lord Grey, the British am
bassador. When the Secretary of
State gives a dinner to the newly ar
rived head of one of tile moat import'
ant of the diulmuatfc missions, jone
might almeHt'feel justMed In jumping;
to the conclusion the, it's an official'
function. Bui nto, this was aa entirely-
informal party, since Lord Grey hasn't
yet presented hie credentials to the
President, and' it was one of those
stag dinners, with the hostess "sitting
in" to which Mrs. Wilson has given
vogue. On Thuifday the Lansings
went up to Albany, where the Secre
tary received a decree from the Uni
versity of New York he must have
almost as line a collection of LLD'S,
as President Wilsons
On Tuesday night also Secretary and
Mrs. Lane entertained quite a big-, din
ner party, "but quite unofficial," of
the delegates to the President's In
dustrial Conference, over which, un
expectedly, Secretary Lane is presiding-.
It was a most interesting din
ner narty. especially as a demonstra
tion of the lion and the .iamb lying
dowa- together. Only one doesn't
quite knew j -present, as between
labor and capital, .which la lion and
which is Iamb. One is tempted to ac-
Icept the pwaataa- explanation, cyni
cal iBoagn.it may ae, mat taey are
"both lyin' and the; public's the lamb."
The dinner, wMeh was given In the
big- reetaarsnt atop the Interior Ie
partmeat roof, was a highly success
f ul fraction and afterward the guests
adjourned for an hour or, so of really
pleasant gettlng-tog-ether la Secre
tary Lane's spacious private office,
where they enjoyed the craekUac Are
and a mighty interesting- interchange
of -ideas. About the only conspicuous
absentee was Samuel Gompers aad he
excused himself because it was the
anniversary of the death of a dearly'
loved daughter and also because hns
wife even then was seriously ilL He
might well, as was discovered next
day, have pleaded personal Illness a
welL Tsr he. was quite worn out and
unable to attend Wesaas day's
still ia the air so IT1 have
you about them later ea.
IfifiT seems to have any idea hew
long- this Industrial Confer onoe hi going-
to hurt, aad moanwWto prepara
tions are geinsr merrily forward for
the International Industrial Confer-
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. DRESSES FROM J.OO to f8&00
COATS 7S.OO to 175.00
Th Lwrgtst Popular Price Coat, Smt mmdDnm fluw in
Secretary and Mrau rjaae, by the
way,' are enjoying a little visit from
thejr son, Franklin X. Lane, jr., who
arrived "on Wednesday, escorting his
nrettv sister who had been vialtiac
him in." California. Intending to sur
prise his father and, mother he wrote
that be was sending Nancy home in
the care of a friend of bis "named
Knight, to whom his family were to
be particularly nice. However, Mr.
and Mrs. Lane cleverly penetrated the
disguise their son's middle name is
Knight and the surprise would have
"registered" if their boy had not
come. Stlss Lane has vetoed her
mother's plan for giving her a coming
out tea early in the season, preferring
to have her debut party just a little
while "before the ball which Mrs. Ira
C. Copley is planning for her and her
chum, Frances Harapsoa, on Decem
ber 23 but after aU their plans are
CaM for the HOTPOINT
HHLITE HEATER. This
remarkable little Electrical
Heater will add untold com
fort and warmth to the
home these early Autumn
days. Being light and
portable, it is especially
adapted for use in bath, nur
sery, dressing room or sick,
steel efficient and economical,
Many TTew Diplomatic Attaches
Bring- FamlHe to Washbtstea.
The only newcomer to the French
embassy staff thlB autumn is the ilr
attacne, eapt. Guy de Lavergne, and
he- has. brought with him to this
country hi bride, but, there. I told
you.about her last week. Commander
Bartoluccr, recently appointed assfstr
ant naval, attache of the Italian em
bassy. Is a bachelor, but he has hta
sister. Miss Clementina BartoluccJ,
with him, and she is chatelaine of
his household. They have recently
moved info "a charmine house in M
street, which Mrs. Carroll Mercer fur
nished and sublet. Mlas " Bartoluccl
is, young-, chic and amazingly good
to look upon," and I'm told her broth
er la a charmer.
The Russian embassy has a new
counselor. M.-Iswolsky, and he Is ac
companied, oy- Mme. Iswolsky and
three children.- Then Capt. Geoffrey
Blake, who has succeeded Capt Ar
thur Snagge as naval attache of the
British embassy has brourht his
wife, a very delightful woman, with
him, and CoL A. F. A N. Theme, as
sistant military attache, is also mar
ried. Mrs. Thome and her five chil
dren Will arrive shortly from Unr.
land to Join the colonel and they
will, make their home at Graystone.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Armat's. place
on the edge of Rock Creek Park.
: 8th ami Penna Ave.N. WC
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Suits to the Fronff
Modes of the Hour Specially Priced!
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for the Motorist
I don't know whether the new
Minister of Czecho-Slovakia, Dr.
Stepenek, has a family, but the first
minister of Poland to this country,
Prince Casimir Loubomirski, has a
very delightful wife, and I believe
she and their -four chldren are to sail
for the United States on October 2,
Like her huphand, she's a member qf
the old Polish nobility, but they are
simple folk with democratic tastes
and- thev dron their tlt1 wl..
possible. It's a matter of complicated
legal procedure to discard a title of
ficially, so the minister's passports are
made'eut to "Prince Loubomirski," and
he'll probably be so named in the dip
lomatic last when he arrives here; but
his- calling card bears the simple In
scription. "Cahlmlr .Loubomirski."
Mme. Domiaaje de Gans, whose hus
band was formerly Chilean eharge
d'affaires at "Patis, 'and 'her daughters'
Elena de Ganaaad Sofia de Gasa, may
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Lucky for yon our New York buyer, pur
chased a special lot of ultra-smart Salhe Fur
trimmed Suits at a price that enaWK is mpss
them along to you at substantal icdixtisiug '
.98 Real Value,
1214 V Street VW' -Main
4477-78-78. Franklin eee4. ' ,
Cable Address "Oude", :.. 5 ' . .'.
rsmbers. yiarls.' .Telegraph Dawary, Aseeelation.
WeVe had some xxi things to caftR-. you
from time to time, but this, deal quite ita&ibtm
' all in value-giving.
Men's Wear Wopl Sesge I
With Flowered Pussy Willow Stin Lkfctacs.
Women who follow the style trend1" wM find' ten
correct in every detail.
Simply Impossible to Duplicate Them at the Price
Offering the same authentic and dashing styles
you would expect to pay $60 or $75 for elsewhere.
Of rich, warm, soft weaves many with high quality
fur collars and trimmings and with full silk linings.
Also with convertible collars.
Wool Velours Tinseltone
Yalama Cloth Broadcloth
Suits, that delight the fastidious that enthuse th economical tht eacffciii ;
why this shop is doing the business! Ney suits this season are the talk ef 'the
town! Tomorrow the time for you to come and see! ' ;