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Mres.n Pet a ,redtrick IL Chapi.t taea 1 Elkias, Mrs. mots Un=pmKn Johnston, Mrs. James Moe Sand Mrs, J Aeph . Thropp The receavift paty stood on the, lawn a a set of 14 wansion that. is bobw usd as the administratioe busaj There was no ferosalty, the guest being welcomed by the w moved abouta amon '- The party presented a rea y eharan pieture. On the west lawn the Ums -. band played durtag the esfrl, beeps ft h, afternoon and thd low table was pled on the east lawh ser the fountain. Although Wae 1 was cloudy *ad a few drop of the long threatening rain fell, esaniteas were really Ideal for the Verty. The doping lawns that fall away Into thlkly wooded stretches of land In which tower ancient trees lay In oleed shadows and there was a pleas ant brees. after the heat of the day. The gay gewns of the guests stood otit In A"e contrast to the green boskgrend. Many really beautiful seetumes 'rere worn. Mrs. Coolfge arrived with Mrs. Jases c srtil Fraser. one of the founders., and one of the later guests was Mme. do Peset. The counselor of the Rusian esbassy and Mme. do Bah also wore among those who waited for the shower to pass. AMONG TIS GU3TS. Among the guests present were Mrs. Henry W. Keyes, Mrs. Lawrenci Townsend. Miss Yvose Townsend Nad Miss Helena Marsh. Mrs. Charles IL Nwry, and the Misses Howry. Mrs. 4. Drdes Harrisa, Mie $ullet Thampson# Mrs. Buchanan Merryman; Mrs. Charles Laird. Mrs. Archibald Graie, Mrs. Vicken Van Post. Major George Oakley Totten. Jr., Mrs. George Hoes Mrs. Horace Macfarland, Ad miralaid Mrs. Spencer Wood; Mrs John H. MemphilL Mrs. Robert Taylor. of Tennessee; Mrs. Beverley William son. the Marchessa. Ban Germano, Mrs. William Xeamney Carr. Mrs. Charles Edmend oss, Miss Katherine Foss. Bdonard Albion. Mrs. Francois Ber ger Moran. Commander Headerson. Mrs. Theodore Baldwin, Miss Mar garet Wade. Miss Juliet Thompson, Mrs. Joseph I. Noell. Dr. Thomas M. Chatard. Major and Mrs. Brewster, Mrs. George Hope. Capt. C. C. Calhoun. Miss Louise Lu3cy, Mrs. Robert Hinck ley, Miss Gladys Hinckley. Mrs. Ran Saturn Waa $15 Baronet Sai $25 Handsome $5 to $10 White 500 Wool and S $15 Beach Cape The Best Sport Silk Dresses Fou Summer Dresses New Silk Shant A Group of We Tricotines, Serg HundreE Georgette and &5 Special, $5.9 All Coat. and 1 KAa JoWX jaica Sanbaunr Wife ot' o epsiesertal onsder of the. frit embssyhs, who to lag we.,um gr a, dlaph b, Hopkins. Miss Ue0s ep. JIna, Mrs. 9avIlad LAMnc, Miss Lad, and Major Dwipht. The Frenkc Atsa or ant Mme. lasmeraad will return (o the embassy today from New York, where they went to atted the dinnet given aboard the new French liner Parts. Betere visiting New York the Am bassadbr and Mme. Jusserand attend ad the centeaial eeremonies at Am herst cong at -which M. Juesoraad was a eser. The Chinese 3taiter, Dr. Alfred Useb ha. gone to -Atlantie City to attend the banquet of the New York Utate Baakers Ass'olaten tonight, at which he will be the guest of honor. N will return to town tomorrow and has given up a proposed week-end visit to Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Mo Sparren at Glen Cove, I., a. Dr. Chu Chi Chien. former minister ef the In terior an' minister *f communice, tions of China, Is arriving in Wash ington this afternoon. Dr.Chu comes as the rep'esentative of China and will be received with much honor. There will be much official entertain ing for him. Dr.' I C. A. Everwija has been appointed as the new minister from the Netherlands to the United Staten. according to word received at' the legation here from The Hague. It is not known when he will start to Washington. Dr. .verwija, who i at present head of the commercial so tion of the ministry of agriculture. industry and commerce, is a member of an old aristocratic Dutch family. He holds the degree of doctor of .laws. Senator Willia M. Calder will leave today for New York and on Sunday will make a speech in 'rooklyn at the dedication of the memorial tablet tp the women and men Who lost their lives in the world war. Mrs. Calder has opened their summer home at Shelter Island and Senator Calder will join her over the next week-end. Mra. George Barnett will give a birth day dinner for her daughter. Miss Anne Gordon, this evening at her home. Wakefield Manor, Va. Miss France Hampson. Miss Lndsay Wood. Miss Adeline- Oxnard. Mrs. C. Phillips Hill, and Basil Gordon will be among the 1106 G 6M 'Dae House of Fainhio. lay's Bi gains All Over the He in Skirts in all coi iiport Silk Skirts Gabardine Tup Si lk Sweaters, t3es For Sport and General Wear s, of Worsted, alb Flats in Town - rgettes, Crepes, -Taffeta trds. Values S25 to $55. V Ginghanms, Voiles, Linens, $ Swisses specially priced uing Suits- Very 65 men's and Missee e, Mixtures, Velour, Checks, wer Is of New Sunmmer rlks White %~ $1.98, Vmna at 'Tremen. =0o Sitx iat 6 " 60 4 pia "t bSW &tattlb their v.W.. es " te .""*am to this sty D8er vistin weeks' visit .fe wwe heW espct t ndMr Jo te e CL e eear .. ~ 1. L r Gias bfr Ms at-! 0 t t time fhee aris We og " tody n 0 aabr a si, weew visit, after whieh bo exet to be detailed tea neow nty est a. t Mi wa" M ealO her oars. -oet bem nes Annapofis Md. They n de rek m n leta iss today Mrs,. Osa as formerly Mes ae fter tad at the time of her mat Btoctin aste he was attached the ]te bagheo of bem today, and will Join hr eamily. AM west to the Oaty- Yeeie o -. Mss C.ssss Hose, daughter of M s, lreerisi td fo t is visiting N Boston.. veeo she went Immediately Yokft . h r . of er sister. ise Franoes NoaV. and Reginald &. Foster. 2411i -~drBradley A. FlUke will leave sinesfr a brief trip In the middle Wt. ue will receive the do gree, of W&. D. from the Ulniversity Of Michigan, at Ann Arbor. on Juane 30. Ue~tt C Son*. governor of Ala"k Ieaves toilar for his home In Now York cit, Mr.. Dose has been here on business before the Interior Do. psatment under whose Suriadletion the territory of Alaska I governed Mr. Done will start for JuOeau next week. MAO To STUDY AT PAsm Major Creswell Garlington. Engi seer Corps, U. I. A.. who has ben stationed In Washington has been detailed to duty at l'Ecole aperieur de Guerre In Paris and will leave for his post some time in August. Mrs. Garlington, who was formerly Miss Alexandrine Fiteh. will accom pany him. The course at the ENole de Guerre lasts two years. - Mild Helena Mash. who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Town. send for a few days, wtill leave town tonight for her home In New Tork. Miss Marsh. who has a glorious oon traito voice, has 0ade a name for herself as a concert singer. Miss 3iisabeth Gwatkin. who hag been tfaeliug abroad for nine moths, has returned to Washington and is at 1410 Twentieth street Miss Gwatkin spent four months is Italy and visited France, Belgium and Ungland. Mrs. Henry W-Vich has gone to Phladephia for a visit, but pro. (Continued en Page 6.) -Far For S@u&Yd , Ju 25 g Sale use ors - . $8.95 - - - $16.95 irts, $3.95 & $5 5.95s $7.95 to $19 -olors - $.95 . $3.50, $5, $7.50 '695 $25, $35 95, $1295, $16-95 pecial - $19.95 ' SUITS, $2 to ?60. 'Blouses 8 iles and Batiste $2.98, $3.98 mou Reductinn ad 1 er, -Day Uod to *A 2ft and -4umpin Ropem 36e fsi ad W ilrpc - -Automatic -sand ToyA diAo of a t WS ...-Ma-hatw TOY 906b0 Nkd~ffre 16 WK -Japfanese Lantres. e sg& kswe pdod fts Ife to 40. A dozen, from $140 to $6.00, --_and Palls of preWed seeL from 10s to $1.2L. -Sand Art with 8 stnds, a st, S. 1,000 Box Kites -To all boys rd g who make a of 25c or ovr. Thi kite sels r a aOc Iout oy Stor SaanerPetticats andBomr --Summet makes a demand for hosts of this sort 6f :og-M gery, and our low prices make It pouble to have ptenty. -T1ab SMk Petdesste-Double Xta-BnIkObg stiteMaa at the his and' de O A abov the bottom of the fmt- a t'':.'.'"".........8300 IwL N Doae Panel Sateen' Pem ptd eente-Also double to thoe hip.,t uf and 'rwith b 8astithai snet an At ............ -Dedle POf -of Paid" Now+ cambric, msakoped around the host f thi or an t0& to SUL Another "t is made with an s te rs d ak w embroidered ruffle and under- siefs t.... 0 M WW : 7~" laoih utrfe the :16011 h .TI 5 At . ............... Wr.0 -Fi Quf Batt Mom.1 fo -Dale Pan P Pett eSate-Of n Hxht blue. ,,gd pn of wiNt -ambric tith tucked emhip eitcore and elalke at m-a US rufflo, twith an h.natlt ar, d with hit.dl ruf $ r 0"- & -mod..........$ 0 f-e.L .........25. ..ardipAby Pael t f atid rlffl and tle A cambicscalope arundthewhite, cut full, reinformald and - botom f he kir, trig tp~trinmmed at bottom with laos, Anoter ntye I mad wih san~d others with Lhem- 0 emboierd rffe nd ndr-stitching. At......... l rre-'her eek$2.0atin ___er -Doule PnelPettcoat-Ofare light blas, eekid, pink, O cambri, wittuckd cam rein~lfereed and fi.i.b.d at knes e~ hemmed. At........ fl . .-* lana'-Secod Flor. K Sm-4ist Summer Underwear --Garments that ins ur e greatest comfort in hot days. -"Eitfel Maid" Athletic Un- NW LotsAdded to the Sinophg derwPar, made of nainsook and batiste in strived or barred ef fects, also plain; lae trimmed bodice tov with ribb shoul-$12 der straWs loose, comfortable knees; s""-toA$1.25 SMartof & S ifs N at .............. -Women's Ce t t o n Unin O Suits, tailored top style with tight or loose knees and bodice' MnP $3s9 5 tops with tight or shall knees. sizs " to " 75c Choice............ -Women's light-weight Cot ton Vests, with bodies tops and -and some styles from our Mcks tape shoulder staps- S0C -in the assortment are 50We mv m, u pea. Sizes 40 to 4........... leather, black suede, black MK ta k i s K -Children's Athletia Union Cuban, military, French sa baby Frw b Suits in barred and striPed In the combined lot, but not N every iyb. nainsook; sizes 2 to 12 59c years, special......... KannNs-Strewt Flor. KanAn's-Fourth ot. SORT HATS Oxndubt h = -Organdy ats -Baronet hats, PIc a rsi -White and aload M f -White ok fattIn l-F M -Handsome sem arn s c SA3UR Y .... Kann'-F4 r Ploor.