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4t#n0NT. W. Va. APri.HL ae P Al en1dI0as 'e the faftmepDtMF O JUIst' dai C M., pil 1-Retail . theeu ro~e" on big vet eOal In this city 4111v * " 'dreps4 T eiats the ten and is ealutig at $1 delivered. other *V..e of ftew Are selling at froms 0.0to "60 the 901. It Is thesa 10"0 en d ro ina price &I th..,h t..e ,.tpu ath a to..i far belowr normal. rDealer state that the supply at COMpreseet to greater than the dein~ad 1' I f. W. and ass . a that shipnent from the mihies Is prompt. There is but one time to picture them as they are today. 907 Pa. Ave. KAPLOWITZBROS 721 Nint Street N.W. Adjacent to the Rialto Special--Wednesday 100% Genuine Camel's Hair Sport Coats For Women and Misses 49.50 Model as Illustrated -- HESE smart utility coats are beautifully tailored of - enuine Camel's Hair Cloth, suitable for traveling, motoring and street wea. It might well be termed the ADPupos Coat. Tweed Sport Suits Attractive Models for Women and Misses Now Rduced to 32.50 Smart Spring Models These- suits, aside from be .ing Ideal for golfing, niotoring, yachting and the country club can be worn as a business suit with snap. 'Tesed mixtures and velour ostlin. cheek, and Imported tweeds, in new' eemi-fltted model, with or without -butta. are anRust, O~Gra ad Hea Fully Silk Line'd Extra Salespeople in Attendance 4 REN President Harding de livered his first maessage to Congress today ft was an event of social as well as political and historical importance since so much of the social world as could gain admittance was crowdsd into the Senate galleries to witness an epoch making cerepony. Mrs Harding was present, occupy Ing a seat In the White House "Vow." and was accompanied by Mrs. Ndward Beale McLean and George 1. Christian. Jr., Secretary to the Pres ident.. Mrs. Coolidge. wife of the Vice Priident. was seated nearby. and among those representing the Cabinet contingent were, Mrs. Charles Evans Hughes. Mrs. Albert B. Fall and Mrs, Henry C. Wallace. The diplomatic gallery was filled to overflowing. The wives of the chiefs of misions occupied seats there, while the envoys thensepes, in accordance with an old-time cUs tom, viewed the ceremonies from the floor of the chamber. After the reading of the message Mrs. Coolidge lingered it the Cap Itol to preside over the picnic lunch eon of the ladies of the Senate, who today held their first meeting of the Vresent A4ministration. Most of those present had earlier in the day occupied seats in the gallery to hear President Harding read his address. DINNaR AT EMNAssY. The British Ambassador and Lady Geddes will entertain at dinner at the embassy on Wednesday evening They gave a luncheon on Saturday for Rene Viviani, former premier of France, and entertained again at luncheon yesterday w aen their guests were Mrp. Thomas I. Bayard, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Brooke, and Mr. and Mrs. Bayard Henry. of Philadel phia. The Ambassador and Lady Geddes are dining tonight with Mr. and Mrs. Thoans J. O'Brien. who have asked a distinguished company" of guests to meet them. HUGMS TO FEE VIVIANI. The Secrptary of State. and Mrs. Hughes will entertain at dinner on Friday evening at the St.oreha:n in honor of M. Rene Viviani, 9pecial en voy of Fraite. Secretary anI Mrrs Hughes have taken po..esesion of their house in Egliteenth street, but their household is not yet sufficient ly organised for them to entertain formally at .one. M. Viviani. who is now in New York. will attend tonight the performance of "The risal of Joan of Arc," which Miss Margaret Anglin is producing. -4 The Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Albert B. Fall have as their guest Miss AnitaABergere, of Santa Fe, N. M. Misp Bergere is an old friend of her daughter. Mr and Mrs. C. C. Chase, of El Paso, and will qpend some time with Mrs. Fall and Mrs, Chase. who is also on a visit to her mother. Mrs. Hugh Wallacl wife of the Secretary of Agriculture will receive informally tomorrow afternoon. Dr. Alfred 8se, minister of China, who has gone to Syracuse. N. Y., to take part in the campaign there for the China Famine Fund, will return home on Friday and on that evening go to New York, where he will be the guest of honor at the China Relief Fund ball to be given at the Ritz Carlton Saturday evening. Dr. Sze will be the guest of honor at a dinner pre ceding the dinner which Mrs. Richard T. Wilson and the members of the ball committee will be the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Marye will entertain at dinner tonight, taking their guests later to the Russian ball. Mr. and Mrs. Marys also had guests dining with them informally Soak y clotl With the new mor: there Is no more boiling. Just soak the morning. and th Pure, safe, harm able for the famil; is for silks, WOOL laundering. Level RI. JEAN EUOT MRB. RICHARD H. KIMBALI4 who has been worki bard for the success of the bri llant Russian ball to be held tonight last night and went afterward tc the meeting of the Ohio Society o which they have recently beconi members. The Attorney General Harry Daugherty, made the principa address, and a song recital was given by Mime. Alma Clayburgh, o New York. and Tod Galloway. Mr. and Mrs. Marye and Miss Helen Marye. who are starting short ly for their home in California. hav postponed their departure from Apri 30 to May 7. They will make th tilp vIa the Panama Canal and arf ailling from Baltimore. RU?BIAN BALL TONIGHT. The Bal do Tete. which tonigh opens the week's program for.raisin funds for the hundreds of thagaando of Rusiian exiles, promises to be on< of the most picturesque of the sea son's many beautiful balls. It will be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs Breckinridge Long, 2529 Sixteenti street. which was occupied by the Belgian King and Queen during their Washington visit and will form j fine setting for the gorgeous cestumes of the guests. The Russian, Argen tine and Swedish ambassadors. th. Czecho-Slovakian minister, Genera Pershing. Princess Cantacuene (formerly Miss Julia Grant), United States Senators. iirmy and 'navy of tirers of high rank. members of the diplomatic corps, and leading women of society will be present. All the women have been requested to wegi a kokoshnik, or Russian head dress and some of these adornments will be marvelous specimens of the milliner'a and the peweler's arts. Eleven tableaux vivant will be pre sented Thursday and Friday eveningg in the ballroom of the Russian em bassy. These living pictures will. be directed by Albert Sterner, the New York artist. and will faithfully repro duce famous masterpieces. Owing t the limited space in.the ballroom and the great demand for tickets the pic. tufes will be given two evenings in stead of only one. The third and last big event fot Russian relief will be the bridge and 500 party at Wardman Park Hotel Friday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Wells enter tained at luncheon today at the Shoreham for Capt. Yoshitake lyeda, the retiring naval attache of the Japanese embaseey. The guests num bcred eight. and among them were Miss (ladys Hinckley and J. do I.igerburg. Secretary of the Swedish ,egation. The marriage ot Miss Mary IEliza beth Siddons. daughter of Justice and Mrs. Frederick Siddons, and George starr Lasher. of Michigan, will take place this evening in St. Margaret'@ 1es clean s product, Rinso, aard rubbing-no wernight, rinse in e clothes are clean. iless-as' remark r washing asLuz ma, and all fine Bros. Co., Cam hurcb. The ceremony will be per formed at 8:0 o'clock by the Rev. Herbert Seott Smith and will be fol lowed by a? small reoception at the home of the blride's parents in Ditt more street. Dr. and Mrs. David Jayne Hill will be hosts at dinner this evening. -4 Mrs. William Dailey Lamar enter tained informally at luncheon today at the Shoreham Hotel, covers being laid for eight. Judge and Mrs. Lamar, who have been extensively entertained 'during their week's stay at the Shorehan, will extend their visit until the first of May at yhich time they will go to Atlanta. They have a bok for the Metropolitan Opera Company annual opera festival in Atlanta. Judge and Mrs. Lamar will return. from Atlanta to their home in Thomasville, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner B. Welles will entertain at dinner on Thursday evening. -4 MRS. RIGHT ENTURTAINS. Mrs. Frank S. Hight is entertaininq at bridge this afternoon in the red room of the Willard. Afterward te will be served in the Fairfax room, Mrs. Ridley McLean and Mrs. Clar. ence Aspinwall presiding at the flower-decked table. Mrs. Igbt's sister. Mrs. L. H. Green wood, will arrive tomorrow to stay with her. and will be a guest at a luncheon which Mrs. Hight is giving on Thursday for Mrs. Coolidge. Alexander H. Legare, who has been at White Sulphur Spripgs, W. Va., will return to Washingtdn today. Before the Russian balt this eve niag there will be a number of din norm. Prince and Princee* Cantaeu see will be honor guestia at 'din ner to be- given . by .Mrs. Livingston Farrand. Mrs. J. Borden Harrim.an, former Senator and Mrs. Charle-s B. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Logan, also will be dinner hosts before the ball. COOLIDGEO GUESTS OV .DODG. The Vice President and Mrs. 1ool idge were the guests in whose honor Senator Henry Cabot Lodge enter tained a distinguished e .mpanv at dinner last evening. The other guests included the French Artbas sador and Mme. Juserand. the British Ambassador and lady G1eddea. the Undersecretary of Stat and Mrs. Henry P. Fletcher. Mrs. FVrderic Keep Mrs. Guy Normnand. Miss Wif Adams. Renator Frank Brandegee. Capt. Carle Huntington. of the Italian em bassy: Gen. Pershing and Mrs. G. C. Lodge. The dinner which the Secretary of War and Mrs. Weeks gave last eve ning brought to a pleasant close Necretary Weeks' @ixty-flret birthday. The Secretary of State and Mrs. Hughes were among the guests. 'nhe Minister of the B-v bs. Croats and Blovenes and Mme. Orouitch en tertained at dinner at the legation Tril 3147 N. GI BL BI BJ MOT 1 Li OF U ONAM lAt .eueng. Their guests were Dr. I. Stepanek the Cseobo-.evskiaa Minister. Mrs. Junius Morgan. 'of Prineeten, X. 4.; Prof. and Mrs. An. st.s Trowbrilge. William Phelps U1. Mrs. George W. Ua., Mr sand Mrs. C. E. Dean, of New Tork, who are - Mrs bwe's bouse guests and Mr. and Mrs. Van Rensselae-. of xeock bridge. Mass. "UPMEGTEMU SALL." Balls, bails, ball*! And then more charity balls! Many of them are given at the same place and most of them are attended by more or less the same people. And yet each seems to have a character, a flavur all its own. The "Springtime Ball' last evening at the Willard was unfortunately named, so far as the weather was concerned, but nevertheless the guests who entered the bid ball room found .there the oolor and the gay spirit of the time of budding trees and blos soming shrubs. In the boxes and on the floor were fresh gowns of Rimy fabrics and every one reflected the joyousness of warm, sunny days that are coming, even though apparently delayed for an Indefinite time. There was a large attendance. u hich proved that. althegh in the giving of balls there is nb end in Washington. every one is ready to dance again and again. provided the motive is sufficiently inspiring. Asu last evening there was a purpose since the Episcopal Home for Child-en was to benefit-that gave special zest to the evening. The Springtime ball had its own character strongly em phasised. for it brought out resident Washington in full strength. Diplo matic society was'represented, but it was in the minority. The army set was also suggested strongly by a number of uniforms, but the fact that the military coats brushed elbows with the cloth of the clergy was the distinctive feature. The ballroom was decorated witst greenery and flaga The teceiving lin (Continued on Page Nineteen.) TRY Pla mse Be.. Mad. veirs th St. we Footwear f the better kind Moderately Priced This Season it is the trap Slipper rdress and the Oxford For Sport wear 3oth styles are here in great variety tAY SUEDE OWN SUEDE ACK SUEDE ACK AND BROWN KID tOWN AND TAN CALF ilk French Louai. and uuler Louis heel., Mil iry & Cubqa keuls. 'ORIEN KNOW THAT TRAVERS iS CANE ALWAYS BE HfAD AT OK $2 TO $3 THE PAIR LESS -BECAUSE TRAVERS MAKES ALL HIS OWN SHOES IN HIS O VN FACTORY AND PEL-Ls WOMEN'S SHOl8 iEX. su SUSYCORNER" NAAAT Nrid Ope 9:15 A. M. Cao 0.. TheSatisfactoryBlouse You Py a ModArate Mm UsuMy One Of OurLine, at... $595 -,mere is so great it variety at this prie from which to select that arn almost suvn o 4 one that se and the qualities arn exceptionally good. .t ..-eowttcrops, in white= andflesh. in slip-over models. tie on, and regulation waist style; some frilled models, trimmed with Miet 'ame others Princes" Iawe trim md and some em broidered. -Georgefs in suit shades --Mario b I u e, gray, bisque, taupe, navy, brown. --MIgonotte a w e a t e r blouses, tie-on styles, in Orient. henna,. novy, cop per and black; also A t; some braided, others fringe trimmed; bisque, navy, and Copenhag nSes 86. to 46. Kan.'s-econd Floor. .BLOUSES $5.95t$7.95 Sis From vNa... at 3.87 Wto4 -Materials are georgette, crepe do Chine, an~d mignonette. -Gergeteo are lace trimmed, braided, embroidered. and some -The crepe do chines ae in tucked effects, and the mignon ettes are attractively embroidered. -The colors in the lot-thouh not all colors in each ma Arial-include flesh, white, and suit shades of navy, brown, bisque, and taupe. Bargain Table-Street Floor. Note the New Shades and New Prices of Fleisher's Knitting Yarns -The colors are ideal for sweaters, hats, dresses, sport stits, for kiddies' tams, rompers, etc. -Fleiher's Knitting -Fleisher's Shetland . Worsted, now per ball.. 4ciloss, per ball......... c - iihers .Ge "3 0 -aaers Sveda ram~u, Vper ..........~wR30Oc -Thwrs silverglow,30 -Fleisher's skanweel per bell............... Tara, per b.. C -Fleishe's Saoeay. Kann's--Forth Floor. per ball............... 30c Silk Vests Women's Thread TUh im P is W E agly LOW for&- tQ..ay oferd Hosiery Each $1.79 Full-Fashioned -All bo'die-top style, with -Made with lisle tops and ribboef shoulder straps, sole and high spliced heel, in -In the medium sizes only. African brown, eordovan, -Plain knit vests, in pink, black white auid -Plain knit vests, in white. nay. A pair .. 20 -Richelun 4ib vests, in pink. Kann's-Street loor. Kann's-LdWist Floor. Right in Order for 'his Cool Weather New SpringCoatsat$14.95 $16.95, $19.90 and $25 All-Wool Polo Coats -In Sport styles, full silk 11nd; $14.9 attactive models. At.......... Velour de Laine Coats -Thre-quarter length, silk lined, box pleated back, In tan. reindeer.and Copenhamen At.............. $1,9 Chamoistyn Coats -Tuxedo front style, silk lined, In tan with Copenhagen collar and Copen- 19 hagen with tan collar. At...... $19o90 Varied Line of Spring Coats -Exceptional styles, all of them unsurpassed by any in the city at the price. They are made of all-wool camel's hair polo, loose flare coats, , belted models in silvertip bolivia. All are silk li1'd. We also have %-Inch length heather jersey sport coats, made with Tuxedo front and belt. A These are unlined. At..........5.00 laan's-Second Floor. Fine Lot of All-Wool Plaid Skirts Just Ca m in A NEW SHIPMENT. The Price..................... $ 1 2 .9 5 -New all-wool plaids, in side and box pleated styles, and in very attractive color combinations. -Good range of sizes. Kann's-Second Floor.