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- ?A CHQONICLE Of EVENTS
WITH SIDE IKjMTSON THE MEN
AiNO WOMEN WHO MAKE UP
WASHINGTONS COMPLEX AND
INTERESTING SOCIAL LIFE?
FESTIVITIES In connection -f
with the annual Continental
Congress of the D. A. R..
which convenes on Monday, will
begin this week, a banquet hav
'Ing been arranged for Saturday
evening by the National Officer?
Club. It will be given at the Wil
lard, with Urs. ?. M. Brumbaugh
as chairman of arangementa.
Mra. Harding has arranged to
receive the delegates to the con
- ference on Friday afternoon, April
21 at I o'clock. The president
Seneral's reception, always one of
He most Important events of the
eonference, will be given on Tues
day evening. April IS, when Mrs.
Qeorge Maynard Minor will receive
at Memorial Continental Hall for
the delegates and alternates to
,the conference. That same eve
nting a ball will be given by the
'Abigail Hartman Rice chapter, D.
JL R.. for the pages on duty at
. the conference.
Mrs. Minor, the president gen
? arai, by the way. Is not able to
accept any engagements for dinner
or luncheon on account of the
vBvess of business before the con
gress this year.
Mrs. Minor snd the members of
the national board of management
Will be the guests of honor at a
reception which Mrs. Lars Ander
son is giving on Thursday, April
"?JO, Another Important function
wn the calendar la the banquet to
be given at the Washington Hotel ?
on Saturday evening, April II.
Other ?eatlvttles already planned
are the reception which Mrs. Dun
can U. Fletcher Is giving on
Wednesday. April 1?, at the Con
greaslonal Club and Mrs. George
M. Young's reception, ulao at the
club, for the North Dakota tielcga
tlon. Moreover, parties will be
given by the North Carolina
Daughters for Mrs. William M.
Knryiiolda, who is their candidat?
for president general In next year's
elections, and by ths Pennsyl
vania Daughters for Mrs. Anthony
Wayne Cook, whom they are sup
porting for the same office.
Leaves for Coast.
The Italian ambassador. Senator
Rolarsil Ricci, left Washington yes
terday for California and expects
to be absent six weeks. Hs Is ac
companied by Outdo Buggelll. spe
cial attache of the embassy.
Capt. Piero Cavalieri, naval at
tache of the embassy. Is already in
The Spanish Ambassador and
Mme. Rlano entertained a company
of sixteen Informally at dinner last
Miss Catherine Hughes, daughter
of the Secretary of State and Mrs.
Hughes, who has been In New York
" I am a Domestic Science Graduate
and a chemical student from the
Normal School After making
the experiment testing various
baking powders I never use any.
except the Roy?**." Mrs. J. P? I
Contains No Alum t.envn No Bitttsr Taste
Sund for New Royal Cook Book?It's FREE
Royal Baking Powder Co., 130 William St., New York
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1109-1111 G St N.W.
Open 9:15 ??. M. - Close 6:00 P. M.
A Bargain Demonstration
Envelope?, Traadles and Stop-In??Of
Georgette and Crepa da Chine; lace
and ribbon trimmed. Demonstration ?1 4?Q
Remnant Price. ?a?X.Ui7
Crepe de Ctabte and Satin Camisole*? Brocade
lace trimmed. Demonstration ?1 ??
Item nan t
Women's Silk and Lisle Sport Hoelery?In fancy
mixture?, with Hal? garter top and lisle ?1 OC
?ole. Demonetration Remnant Prie?.. 9l*00
Women'? Pure Thread Silk Hosiery?In black,
brown and tan. Demonstration Rem- ?"1 OQ
nant Prioa. 9*.*dsU
Women's Pure Toread Sflk Aocdery?Vary ex.
ceptional quality. In black, white and ?1 QO
colora. Demonstration Remnant Price S^aVtsFP
Silk Fiber Scarf??Plain and fancy weave;
all color?. Demonstration Remnant ?0 Q?
An Odd Let ef Wool Sweaters???lip on and
Tuxedo modal?; many color? and nearly
all else?. Demonstration Remnant ?0 QQ
Silk Giova? Two-clasp. In White. Orey.
Risque and Pongee. Demonstration Ram- AQn
nant Price. '??TV
Chamois Snede 15 Button Olove??In all th?
fashionable shade?; all alais. Dam- ttl 'M.
onstrsUron Bal? Prio?. ?Pl?Aea7
St rap-Wrist Chamois Saette Ok? ves?in
Almond and Pebble. Our Demonstra
tlon Remnant Price.
Hsnd made Voile and Datiate in ou see? With
dainty filet or crochet too? Insertion? and
edgings; value, $?.??. Demonetration ?JO QU
Remnant l*rlc?. ?"??wO
Dhnlty Blouse??With V neck and Peter Pan
coller?. In White, Tan. Orchid. Pink and
Coral. Demonstration Reni nant Sal? ?1 QU
Price. . 91 ?JO
REMNANTS IN EASTER DRESSES,
SUITS, COATS, CAPES, SKIRTS
te Taffeta, Canten Crepe and Cloth Dresses
All the Spring shad??; beaded, embroidered and
braided effects; all sise? for women
and mlaaea. DemonatraUon Ram- $15.00
IN Baaatlful Silk Sanaple Besara Value? up
to fit; Canton Crepa, Knit Crap???, Taffeta?,
Satins. Charmeuse. ? Mignonette. Trlcolett?.
Trtootlne; all models and neweat eleeve. collar
and trimming idea?; all ?Isas. 495 (?)
Demonstration Remnant Price.
25 Sporte Coate In Tweed? and Novelty
Mixture? DemonatraUon Remnant ?1C |l|)
M Sport Caste and Capea?-Tweed?. English
Mixtures and Noveltiea. Demonstra- $1 Q 95
tlon Remnant Price.
87 llsndsotne Drsse Coate, Capea and Wrap*
?All the new drapery effect?, In every Spring
?had?, as well aa Plain Blu? and Black. In
Talama, Velour, Bolivia, Marvella, Normandie
and Duvetyne. Demonetration Rem ?Ow AA
nant Price. ?*.SO.UU
ti Tweed and Jersey Sparte Salte?A remark
able value for about the coat of the
material. Demonstration Remnant CIA AA
If Fine Tweed Sporte Salte?AU the high
color? and beautifully mad? through- ?10 QC
out. Demonstration Remnant Prioe W-IO??7?J
5? Potrei Twin and TrleoMne Dressy Suite
Value? up to $65.00; long strelghtllne, belted
and unbelted; some with the new short box
coats; many richly embroidered, trimmed and
liraldad; all sise? for th? woman or ?Q>| ICA
mies. Demonstration Remnant Prie? e>>*.?W
34 New Sparte Skirt??Excellent grade of
Tweed? and Homespuns, in plain ?traightlln?
model?, with patch of slash pockets; on? or
two-button style?; all sise? included. ? QO
DemonatraUon Remnant Price. ?PO.?rO
for a week or ten days. Is expected <
back In Washington today.
Mrs. Herbert Hoover will return to
Washington on Saturday after spend
ing several weeks In the West, Secre
tary Hoover, who accompanied ha
to California, came home a week or
ten days ago.
Mrs. M Use Polndexter was hostess |
at an Informal luncheon today In ?
compliment to Mrs. William La fol
lette and Miss Eva La Follette, who
are leaving Washington this week
after a visit of several months for
their home In Spokane.
Mrs. Gordon Lee arid Miss Alice
Page will be host asses at bridge,
followed by tea, this afternoon at the
Congressional Club. The club Is to
be decoratati with spring flowers In
yellow and green. There will be
At the tea following the bridge the
hostessee will be assisted by Mrs. H.
N. Taplln. Mrs. Howard Reealde and
Mrs. Charles R. Crisp.
Mr and Mrs. William Castle, jr.,
entertained at dlnqer last night at
the Chew Chaso Club for Mr. and
Mrs. Wan en Delano Robbitia.
Mr. and Mrs. Lars Andereon
have Invitations out for a dinner
on April II.
Capt. Carlo Huntington, assist
ant military attache of the Italian
embassy, has been relieved of duty
here snd will sail shortly for Italy
to rejoin hla regiment. Mme. Hunt
ington will accompany him.
The former Premier of Grece and
Mme. Venlselos were the honor
guests at luncheon yesterday of Dr.
and Mrs. Mitchell Carroll, who en
tertained at the Cosmos Club. The
guests Included the Minister of Serbs
Croats and Slovenes and Mme. Qrou
Itch. Senator William H. King, Dr.
and Mrs. David Jayne Hill. Mlas
Anne Darlington. Mr Mlchalopoulos
and Mr. Qlycofiiedes.
The military attache of the French
Embassy and Mme. Dumont enter
tained at luncheon yesterday in their
home at 1622 Connecticut avenue.
Their guests Included the naval at
tache of the Brazilian Embassy,
Capt. Oraca Aranha, the assistant
naval attache of the British Em?
'oessy and Mrs. H. A. Brown, the
assistant naval attache of the Bra
slllan Embassy, Lieut. Comdr. Oull
herme Ricken, and Lieut, and Mme.
Jean La bat.
Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury and Mrs. Elmer Dover enter
tained six at dinner last evening at
the New Willard.
Mrs. Alfred Pembroke Thorn will
entertain at a matinee party and tea
on Saturday for Miss Vivian Gordon
Brown, whose marriage to Ensign
(terald Desmond Llncke. V. 8. N.,
will take place on Easter Monday.
Miss Brown will entertain thai
members of ths bridal party at sup-,
per Sunday evening following re-,
heorsal of the wedding ceremony.
Dr. V. de Sokolowskl, of the Pol
ish legation, entertained a smell |
?company at the Shorehaiii at lunch-i
eon jtssterday. having among hie
guests Miss Katherine Mackay and
Mlaa Camilla Bewail.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boy ? ton
have returned to their home In New
York, after spending the winter
Mrs. Joseph Noell entertained a
company of fourteen at luncheon
yesterday at her home In Eighteenth
The mayor of Omaha, Neb., aad
Mrs. James C. Dahlman announce
the marriage of their daughter,
Ruth Dahlman Collet, to Cortlandt
Chestarfleld Baughman. lieutenant
commander, U. 8. N., April II. in
New York City. Comdr. and Mrs
liaughman will be at home after
May 1. at S50? Idaho avenue north
Mrs Baughman la the eldest
daughter of the mayor and Mrs
Dahlman. Comdr. Baughman Is
now on duty In ths Navy Depart
ment and was engineer office?? of
the V. 8. 8. Florida before hla as
Hlgnment to Washington For two
v.-ars and a half during the war
and after he was a cabinet officer
of the Dominican Republic, under
the military government, ss minia
i*ir of public works, communications
Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Halliwell
who are members of a ?arge party
from LakeviUe. Conn., ?pending the
week at Wardman Park Hotel, en
tertained at a luncheon yesterday
at She Shore ha m Hotel There were
covers for seven.
The exhibition posters for "The
Cross Triumphant," which was ached
uled to be held at Mason House for
a week, beginning Saturday after
noon at 4 o'clock will be held Instead,
at St. John's parish house, 111 Six
teenth street, which has been very
kindly offered for that purpose by
the Rev. Robert Johnston. D. D..
rector of St. John's Church. La
The exhibit will be open to the
public on Saturday of this week, and
every day of Eastsr week; also on
Tuesday evening, April II from 7
until 9 o'clock.
A number of prominent artists of
Washington are expected to send
large poster in color. In addition to
designs contributed by the art stu
dents and public school studei.ts of
The exhibit Is being held under the
direction of Mrs. L. McD. Sleeth. art
Instructor of the National Cathedral
School for Girls, under whose aus
pices the pageant la being produced
for the benefit of St. Mary's School,
Raleigh, N. C; Mrs. Sleeth is being
assisted by Miss Bertha Noyas and a
number of other Washington artists.
At the cloee of the exhibit, the
posters will be placed In the
churches, as well as In the hotels
snd In the shops.
Luden Powell's exhibition of oil
and water color paintings at the
Arts' Club. 2017 I street. Is proving
one of the most popular displays
of the season.
Friday will be the last day to
eee these beautiful pictures, of
which s dosen of ths Important ones
have already been sold. Including
one of the "Grand Canyon" views,
the "Sphinx and Pyramid*?" at
twilight, "Venetian Scenes." and
soveral from the Holy Land set of
water colors, painted In the actual
environment. The public Is In
Mrs. Byron Andrews bss takes an
apartment at Wardman Park Hotel.
The District branch of the Con
sumers' League announces a debate
of keen Interest to women between
Misa Maud Younger, legislative
chairman of the Woman's Party, and
Mrs. Florence Kelley, general secre
tary of the Consumers' League, on
the question of equal rights for
Miss Younger is leading the Wom
an's Party campaign to ?& away
with discriminations against women
In the laws of the various States,
and will tell of the party's work on
behalf of women at the debate, which
le a feature of a luncheon at the
Woman's City Club next ?Monday at
Miss Younger and Mrs. Kelley took
part In a similar debate at the Hotel
Commodore In New York Tuesday
night at a dinner attended by promi
nent women leaders of New York.
Dr. and Mrs. Frank E. Gibson,
with their sos. Frank, are spending
the Easter holidays In Cuba.
Mrs. Creta P. Hutchlnson, a na
tional officer of the League of
American Pen Women, and weil
known In the club circles of Waah
Ington, has returned to this city
after spending the winter In New
York city and Cleveland, Ohio, and
will make her home here for the
present, having arranged to carry on
her professional and literary work
from this city, and attend the na
tional convention and book fair of
the League of American Pen Women.
Mr. and Mrs. John Joy Edaon are
planning to go to California next
month to visit their daughter Mrs.
Elisabeth Edeon. who has been liv
ing there for about a year.
Ban and Wind Bring Out Ugly
Spota How to Remove KasUyv
Here's a chance, Miss Freckle?
faca, to try a remedy far freckles
with the guarantee of a reliable
concern that It will not cost you a
penny unless It removes the freck
les; while If It does give you a
clear complexion ths expense Is
Simply get an ounce of Othlne?
double strength?from any drug
gist and a few applications should
show you how easy It Is to rid
yourself of the homely freckles
and get a beautiful complexion.
Rarely is more than oae ounce
needed for the worst case.
Be sure to ask the druggist for
the double strength Othlne aa this
strength Is sold under guarantee of
money back If It falls to remove
CI raserete Bra.
MeCsrvalsfc Meweaal O la? m ritSeS
Dr. Claude S. Sermones
10th sad G 8ts. N. W.
?SB 41? ?teUw-hlea H Ma
In Business in Washington Over 30 Years
All Easter Chokers
Specially Priced Before Removal
To the New Saks Bldg., 610 12th St.
f Your opportunity to secure that "touch of
fur," so essential to smartness in your
Easter costume, at minimum outlay.
U Chokers and Scarfs in every fashionable
fur, with an unusually complete selection of
Foxes in all the shapes predominating this
Your inspection cordially invited ?
Cold Storage for Fur??Remodeling and
Repairing at Summer Price?
SAKS FUR CO.
Manufacturers Who Retail at Wholesale Prices
1212 F Street
Choice Cut Flower?
and Growing Plant?
?of all kinds, now ready for ?aster
delivery, in the city and out of town?
at very reasonable prices.
Member of Florista' Telegraphic Delivery Aseo.
900 14th St.
VHONES? ??,? Mli?
munto. fSSu?? un.
?J&rmr ?Sott? (?smpnttR
?0G ??? ?n*?*!
?Presenting large dis
plays and special sales
of Easter apparel?
requisites for chil
dren, juniors and
?Sales that parents
will particularly ap
preciate. Styles , all
show the latest fu
tures, designs, mate
rials and colorings,
containing all that is
?A Large Selection of
Children's Hats, in all
the new straws and
?Children's Dresses, of
white organdy, lawn
and net; various styles;
sizes 2 to ? years.
Drawers and Chemise,
of plain or novelty ma
Leather Mary Jane
Pumpa; sizes 5 to 8.
?Sizes 2 V, to 7. Pair,
$5.00 to $6.00.
?Children's White Can
vas and Ankle-Strap
Pumps; sizes 1 to 5,
pair. $1.50 to $2.50;
sizes 2 Vi to
?Girls' Coats, of all
wool navy, serge, full
length lined. $10.00
?J a ? i o r s ' Slip-Over
Dresses, with military
cape; others are tuxedo
coat styles, some have
knickers to match. Priced
?Misses' Tweed and
Collegiate Cloth Dresses,
in various colors. $14.95
to $16.95 values. Spe
Cape Frocks, of Kelly
tweeds and other ma
terials; some made with
circular capes, which
can be worn separately.
?Children's and ? ? sirs'
Neckwear ? Peter Pan
Linen Collar and Cuff
Set, $1.00 to $2.25. Eye
let Embroidered Collar
and Cuff Set?, 50c to
$1.50. Windsor Ties at
39c and 50c
?New Circular Band
ings?For making col
lars for the small tots;
others lace trimmed
Mixed Derby Ribbed
Sport Stockings, %
Socks. Priced, ? ?? ?
pair, 19c and. . ?-? * '
?Children's 1 and 1
Ribbed Stockings; black
?Children's Plain Nain
sook Union Suits. G??
At .? VL
?Knitted Waist Suits;
sizes 2 to 6, at 75c.
Sizes 8 to 12,
?Children's Parasols, in
different shades; some
made of silk, others of
$1.69 to . .
?Children's Cotton Urn?
brellaa; black only.
Priced $1.50 (??? ?G
to. ?pO? ?Jti
Fashion's Fancy Turns Again
to Smart Blouses
?This is a natural consequence of the revived
favor for the tailored suit
?Nsw Crepe im Caline Mod?.?Others of pongee snd geor
gette crepe, pongees are chiefly tailored styles, wiU? Peter
Pan and Tuxedo collars, trimmed with knife pleating;
others have filet lace edge. The crepe de chines are in
white, flesh and bisque; tailored or lace trimmed. The
georgettes are in frilled effects snd tie-on styles, tPO QQ
lece trimmed; values from $3.95 to $4.96, at. . . . 9m**T9
?Drsaey Model? of Crape de Chins-In two-tone styles,
steel besded snd machine stitched; some have new bishop
eleeves, which tie at wrist; others are short-sleeved models,
ia overblouse and tie-on styles, in gotham and gray, bisque
and canna, navy and gray, jade and gray, navy and bisque
and many other combinations.
$10.95, $12.95 and $14.95
?Csorfstte Crspe Blou.ss?Trimmed with real filet and
val laces, with Peggy snd roll collars; tie-on models, in
round and square neck; long and short sleeve ??/? QT
styles, in white, flesh and bisque, at.'. ?J>U.?7?J
Two Rugs for Less
Them The Usual Price of One
1 9x12 Ft Rice Straw Rug
1 27x54 In. Rice Straw Rug
?These are cool and sanitary rags for summer use at the
seashore, country cottage, or for the home.
?They are made of long Japanese rice straw, vary closely
woven and reversible. One aide is stenciled in neat orien
tal, floral ar Chinese design, the other side is plain. Lim
High Grade New Summer Rugs
Hodges' "Cherokee," "Willow," and Rush
Rugs and Heavy Basket Weave Fiber Rugs
Kujcs are rever
sible, sroven de
signs in neat all
over or medal
lion centers; col
ors are dyed In |
the fiber, show
ing pattern on
Rugs are a high
grade, domestic I
grass rug, firmly |
woven, and will
give long wear;
in good designs
Size 9x12 ft.
?The Rush Rugs
/ weigh about 40
J pqiinds, and are
I the ideal rugs for
1 porch, sun par?
I lor aad the sum
1 mer home in gen
I eral; regularly
?'??t? Rags are
made of twisted
fiber; will stand
hard wear and ara
Impervious to wa
ter; solid color, in
blue, rose, green
aad tan, with bor
and colors; r*g*u
?10 Wave?, Rsveraibls Ssassslss? *
9x11' feet; in neat oriental designs.
?? ?alt ft. Saasple Waal Brassais Rags? .?Ml ???
Slightly soiled. Friday, each. ?oil ?UV
?10 Perfect QaalUy 9? ; 2 ft. Goagoleass Rags
In two sections; $14.96 grade. Friday each...
?17 ?alt ft. High-grade Wool sad Fiber Rags? <PQ Qr
Bon Ton and Perfection quality. Friday, each. . ?5*7.?/f I
?100 3x6 ft. Grass Rage?Assorted colors,
stenciled designs. Friday, each.
?14 tall ft. Rag Rags?Solid colors and mix- CM i\ (\f\
tures; $15.96 to $19.95 values. Friday, each ?31U.I/U
Friday Specials From the Third Floor
High Grade Conch Hammocks
With K?-< lining Headrests
?Msdc of khaki or green cloth, with high sides and
windshield; galvanized chain supports on sides, strong
Nstional link springs; well filled and tufted mattress; place
for holding books, papers, etc.
?Other styles in Couch Hammocks, priced 911.?? to
For Windows or Doors
If Made to Order Would Cost from $5.50 to $6.50
?Made of "John Boyles" No. 550 Sicilian tan and whit?
striped duck, mounted on round galvanized frames; com
plete with fixtures ready to hang, in sizes 30 and 48 inches
?On? Lot of Awnings?Sizes 28 to 88 in.; blue
snd white striped. At.
?On? Lot Awniags?Sizes 28 to 38 in.; plain f-? Qr
khaki. At. vlw?fU
1,200 Perfect Opaque Window Shades
?Mounted on excellent quality spring rollers; complete
with fixtures; in white, ecru, light, olive .and dark green;
3? inches wide, 5 faet 9 inches long.
Lonsdale Holland Window Shades
?In five different colors; size 8?? ft.; per- d?*| ?>Q
feet quality. Reduced to. _ WM .OO
400 Galvanized Wire Screen Doors
?Made of well-seasoned lumber, in the new silver gray
finish; mortised corners and mitered mountings; filled with
fine galvanized wire; sizes 80x78 inches, 32x80 inches, 84x
84 inches snd 86x84 inches.
?Other Screen Doors priced $185 to $4.??.
"Sherwood" Metal and Hardwood
Extension Window Screens
Friday, Choice ?O-ea
?Sizes 24x83, 28x41 and 80x83 inches; "Continental"
make, and just the size to fit the average window;
filled with fine black wire cloth.
?Other sizes In hardwood and Sherwood Extension
Window Screens, priced 4?c to $1.16.
?Sizes 18x88 to 36x45 inches.