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10" Aalti v.f;11 01 MR. HARDING ho appoint aents to receive a number of ladies at the White lHouse today to, the hespitable * a.aw.fashion which she has inaugurated lineill becoming l istreus ol the Hm~ai~~m ~White Uouse. Yesterday' afternoon _________mrs.Woodrow Wilson called and *~ had tea with Mrs. Harding In the 4 Pa* Ede"m Red Room, where for several years she presIdedaas hoeeeb. .It i ARpeted that the President and Mrs. 'arding will revive e White House.garden parties wbieh Boom AU&have been so famous a feature of previous Admilnistrationls, and dur. s dig their strolls through the White House trounds thehe spring days they have discussed plans for the &I fresco entertaining which is to come, later. s iThe enti e diplomatic corps assem WhteCoe bled yesterday afternoon for the recep F PEELING tion given in their honor by the Vice 0 NPKIALIBT President and Mrs Coolidte. It was Wrinkles. Freckles. Pimples. Black. the second time they had come together heads. and all unsightly blemishes within a week, for only last Thurs itively removed. day the members of the corps, with the ladies of their fAtties. were MME guests of the President and Mrs. .11111 1 lit. N. W. Frakli l81l-Wi. Harding. tin making their debut st official Mothers--READ! BOYS'. STYLISH u Ii ALL-WOOL SPRING I A- SUITSHI 2 Pairs of Pants $ .098 i guests ~ Al othPrsietadMs - I~sam SUITS * . .9 $7 8 te 14 Next Monday soak your ci With this new prod no hard r you wilt never assin need the old1 board and cake soap, the boiler, wcubbing brushes and paile. Answway of washing clothes is rept the old exhausting methods that havel women dread wainhday for centuuies. This new way just soak. the dirt'e - your clothes.' You don't have to ru - hors to get things clean. You don't to boil to get them white. 9 Just do next week's washing with It Rinso is an entirely new form of sol e. A~fnepganules. Itis made of higher qu ingredients than have ever before been In a soap product for the family was There are aohIarebohenemlaat toea y JEAN ELIOT hosts by entertaining the diplo matic corps, the Vice President sad Mrs. Coolidge were following a long.established precedent. Indeed. %be Vice President's receptip to the corps was an annual featu te of each season until the great war played havoc with socisl usages. Yesterday the \ ice President and Mrs. Coolidge received in the Red Room of the Willard and the long pillared apartment was filled with visitors from 4:30 until 6 o'clock. It was a picturesque assemblage, for the newest and smartest of springtime modes were illustrated in the gowns of the women, and the brass buttons and gold lace of the military and naval attaches of the various embassies and legations, who were in uniform, struc'k a col orful note. French was spoken as generally an English, and occasion ally one heard a word or two of Italian or Spanish. Mrs. Coolidge made a charming picture in her graceful gown of pale gray crepe banded with the fashionable eyelet embroidery in self color. It wan made with a tunic opening over an embroidered underskirt. The low draped sash was fashioned of the embroidery. MISS KAROINE MAGER: which also trimmed the three- Chairman and vice chairman of th quarter length sleeves. Mrs. Cool- Ments for the baaqwt Which the idge's slippers and hose were of on April 2, with Mrs. Coolidg as gray suede and the only touch of contrasting color about her costume cordian pleated. girdled with Jet and was the cluster of violets and, edged about the decoltage with jet lilies of the valley at her belt. beads. She wore a becoming hat There was no rule of precedence of black straw faced with satin and observed, the ambassador from trimmed with goutrah placed at Peru and wife being the first to ar- just the correct angle. And when rive, with the representatives of she left the reception she donned t Great Bfitain among the late comers. cape wrap of broadcloth in a won The Secretary of State. who also derful shade of Cardinal red. came late, was immediately sur- Officials of the State Department, rounded by ambassadors and minis- with the ladies of their fapilies, term, with the dean of the corps, M. wer the only guests present out Jusserand, occupying the greater side the diplomatic corps. The part of Mr. Hughes's attent on .The Undersecretary of State and Mrs. Japanese embassy made a fine show- Fletcher, Fred Morris Dearing. ing in the. ploturesque uniformg first asistant secretary of State its military members. With 'the the Third Assistant Secretary of Japanese Ambassador and Baroness State and Mrs. Robert Woods Bliss Shidehara,were the counselor of the and the Assistant to the Secre embassy and Mme. Furuyua and the tary of State and, Mrs. Wilbur J. Secretary and Mme. Saburi. the three Carr were among thome present and little ladies In their smart French assisted in making the guests wel frocks forming an Interesting group. come. Mrs. Fletcher wore a mod At the tea table, which was ish gown of black satin with a decked with roses. snapdragons and tunic of blue and silver metallic other spring dowers. Mrs. Harry brocade, and a picture hat of block New and Mrs. Joseple I. France tulle. Mrs. Carr's gown was also presided. Mrs. France had on a of blue and black, a brocade com handsome gown of heavy black lace bining those colors, and her hat over cloth of silver, with which she was a large black lace one, draped wore a small hat of horsehair with a veil embroidered in tan. braid trimmed with jet. Mrs, Nfw's Mie. Jumerand. wife of the gown was of dull black chiffon. ae- French Ambassadorq was gowned cordsclea pl;egi.e*it e n edgdtbotthedereag wthje beads She orenabecomngihg of blackbicstrotwlfacedhawcth inatinthand od, prilsosoisoptstrimmedo th wclth.gu-a lcda Jus pre ceasig jaustom the retagl.Adwe doe noftethenrecedionyoherdonned. capeRinrapsofenbrhaadcwatr.inf aouons had aermkeanlaesdru ade ofCadnlr. Offofchealsa soluthe StdcoetiDepaddtgmentt hae seRns o hehadthsthe diso hi ftil towelswerd kitchenyapross-theechildren grubby pilaytclothe.lYmutwillofind Tte FpletcherrblefoedtereularieeklDeasingga sily uxIs orsiks woles Snd atfie fadbrs. Rbr od used Y~andrtherAandsheadepartmentSetre king. haveryioso.tLeer Bnd..Mro.,WilburlJ. coe.Mr..lechrMora.ind brocbte ades and a etr ato lc thbaiin tshsioor.adge a -A CHPONICLE OF WITH SIDE LIGHTY ON AND MEN WIION N pNG.50CA MRS. JOSHUA EVANS. Jr. P committee in charge of arrange. College Women's Club is giving the guest of honor. In black satin, with a black feather suche and a becoming black hat. Mme. Pexet, wore a chic black satin gown, with touches of jade green embroiderey and a feather turban of jade green. Long jade earrings were a picturesque accessory. Mrge. Conrad Jenny, wife of Dr. Jenny of the Swims legation, and the new est bride in the corps, made a charming picture in a black gown and a small white hat. Among the diplomats present one noted the Spanish Ambassador and Mme. de Riano, the Russian Am bassedor and Mme. Bakhemeteff, the Chilean Ambassador and Mme. Mathieu. the Argentine Ambassador and Mme. LeBreton, the Italian Ambassador. Signor Rolandi-Ricci, who was accompanied by Mr. and Mme. Celeuia of the embassy staff. In his buttonhole the Ambassador had the pink carnation which he always wears. Mme. Velesia wore a becoming costume of brown satin and chiffon, with a feather trimmed hat. The Minister of Norway and Mme. Bryn, the Minister of Den mark. Mr. Brun; the Minister of Switzerland and Mme. Peter, and the Minister of Poland and Princess Lubomirksa were also present, and others in the com pany were the naval attache of the BriUsh embassy. Capt. Geoffrey Blake, and the assistant naval at tache and Mrs. E. N. M. King. Cap tair Civalleri. naval attache of the Italian embassy, and the assistant military attehe and Capt. Carlo Huntingtoni - the secretary of the Siamese letion and Mrs Loftus, J. H ty, secretary and sme tbnse obrge d'affa'es of the Rumaniaa legation, and a whole grist of the secretaries and at taches of the various embassies and legations. Forty-one nations now maintain diplomatic estab lishments at Washington and all were represented at the reception yesterday. 3NW. EOOVn BACK TUMSDAT. Mrs. Herbert Hoover, wife of the Secretary of Commerce, will return to Washington Thursday. The younger son, Allan, will come to Washington shortly for a visit with his parents. The Swedish Minister and Mme. Waflenberg were entertained at din ner last night in New York by Mrs. Johtn Aspegren. The other guests in cluded Count and Countess Bonde of the Swedish legation. Miss Wick THE ST Offe Ec A wide selection of Dre in all the wanted colors, hand prices ranging from $15.00 to $45.( $22.50 to $44.5 $3.98 to $16.5 $3.25 to $12. Hundreds of stout wome the UPSTAIRS SHOP for its: prices. Regular size garments 'o etc., for women of more con Also full line of regular: Irny 5,.OlT h un naVeI hootn .r!-. EVENTS THE MEN AKE UP 4LEX AND L..LIFE-' pstrom, Countess Uepde, a sister; Wit liam Savory Lower and Zdward 8n gestrom. Robert Woods Bls, Third Assistant Secretary of State, will meet former Premier Rene Viviani of France in New York, to extend the oteal sWeet Ing of the United States Government on the arrival of the French envoy. Maj. Gen. Leonard Wood. who left Washington last evening for San Francisco, whence he will sail for the Philippines. will be accompanied by his son as aide do camp, and his party will include Col. F. R. McCoy. Liout. Col. Geldon Johnson. and Maj. Peter Bouditch. Leland Harrison. counsellor of the American embassy at Paris. who has been recalled for duty in the State Department. will sail on the Aquitania next Saturday. He will be succeeded by Frederick Sterling. now assistant counsellqr. Miss Zone Gale. author of the charming tales of Friendship Village and numerous novels and poems as well as a new play, came to Washing ton for a week-end visit. CADLE PROM RARONBS. Mrs. Harold Walker received a cable message today from her sister, the Baroness von Schoen, announcing that Baron von Schoen has been or dered to Italy. Baron von Schoen. who has been long in the German diplomatic service, has just com lsleted the usual three months' leave s'nd it is probable that he and the baroness will go to Rome imme diately. They have been visiting his Iparents at their home in Bavaria. Miss Katharine Hill. only daughter of the former Ambassador to Ger many and Mrs. David Jayne Hill, has accepted a position in one of the fash ionable boarding schools near Phila delphia to teach French after com pleting a textbook in that language which has received great ccmmenda tion by members of the French em bassy. Miss Hill made her debut in Berlin during her father's term as ambassador. HAPGOODS GIVE TEA. Mr. and Ufrs. Norman Hapgood will entertain informally at tea this after noon in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. (Continued on Page Nine.) Sun, Knife, Acerdiee and Bex Plaiting Hem Stitching of regnlaties or double widths Picot Edging Buttows & Battenholes-Right! 8 AV , - E FOR 'OTS~ rs An Unusual showing of ister. iparel ;ses, Suits, Skirts and Waists, somely made and trinimed at 0 for Dresses 0 for Suit. 0 for Skirts 0 for Waists n of Washington recommend election, service and moderate ith wider skirts, 'high necks, servative taste. ize dresses, $10 to $39.50. K BUSY CORNEWR PWNM-LAT 8 "m Open 9:15 A.M. Co 6:0 P. . RatinemHighColors -Is quite Ideal for little folks' spring frocks, especially whos embellished with pretty wool embroidery or stitch. ing Yard......................... -it Is also just the thing for women's and. misses' tailored suits and one-plece dresses; also separate skirts. -The color list includes henna, tobacco brown, dark brown, lavender, Alice blue, Marion blue, pink, sand and navy. Tissue Voiles One of the Best Values of bhu Seasn s Yard .... 75c -2You should see this prettiest of voiles in the cool looking blue and white plaids, the small checks and the dainty stripes in diferent colors and combina tions. Kann's-Street Fleor. Easter Hosiery For Women and Children -Women's Richelieu. Ribbed Silk Hose-Regular made -feet; reinforced soles, heels and toas. Lisle artops. tk. In black Coridovan, eal arM navy. A 27 pair .............. -Women's Pwr Silk "Rad mrg" Hos -es-samle; re inforced soles, heels and toes; mock seam in legs. Lisle garter tops. In black, white and silver gray. $1.50 -Women's Fine isle Howe -Children's Fiet Ro -Merebrized; regular made Hs-emes enoc feet, reinforced. In black, oe.hecadte.Et% whitey brown, anded) =ray. A air... .n rw.Ari..&O -W401100's Cettenk Rose- CidesLnghSc, Seamleh Sizes 7 to 10. In nile and toes. Wide garter hems. sold adwie rond with: It black. white and Cordo- soianwht rid 'h ran. bla i te fo d $ colored tops. 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