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PROVISIONAL ARRANGEMENT FOR RECEPTIONS.

 Assuming that many members will be unable to remain in Washington during the entire period of the Congress, your attention is called to the following provisional arrangement for receptions, official and otherwise, to be tendered to the members of the Congress:

 Reception by the President of the Congress, His Excellency The Ambassador of Chile, SeƱor Don Eduardo Suarez Mujica, at the Chilean Embassy, 1013 Sixteenth Street, Thursday, December 30th, 4.30 to 7 p. m.

NOTE!  Reception tendered by the Regents and the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution to the member of the Congress Wednesday evening, December 29th, at 9 o'clock.

 Theater party by the Secretary of State and United States Delegation to the Latin-American Delegations at the New National Theater Friday, December 31st, at 8.30 o'clock.  Other members of the Congress are requested to make their reservations at once with the management of the theater.

NOTE|  Reception tendered to the members of Congress by the President and officers of the Cosmos Club Saturday afternoon, January 1st, 3 to 6 o'clock.
 
 Reception by the Governing Board of the Pan American Union to the members of the Congress and invited guests at the Pan American Union Saturday night, January 1st, at 9 o'clock.

 January 2d, Pan American Mass at St. Patrick's Church. The pastors of the leading Washington churches have been invited to preach sermons of Pan American interest.

 The members of the Second Pan American Scientific Congress will be the guests of the American Association for the Advancement of Science on the occasion of a special meeting to be held in Memorial Continental Hall Monday night, January 3d, at 8 o'clock.

 The Trustees of the Carnegie Institution of Washington will tender a reception to the members of the Congress Tuesday night, January 4th, 9 p. m., at Sixteenth and P Streets.

  There will be a special drill at Fort Myer in honor of the members on January 5th, Wednesday afternoon.

  On January 6th, Thursday afternoon, there will be a trip to Mount Vernon in honor of the Latin-American Delegations.

  Thursday night, January 6th, The President will address the members of the Congress.

  Friday night, January 7th, The President will give a reception to the members of the Congress at the White House.

  Saturday night, January 8th,the Secretary of State and the United States Delegation will give a banquet in honor of the Latin-American Delegations.


WOMEN'S AUXILIARY CONFERENCE.

 In view of the circumstance that many of the delegates will be accompanied by their wives and daughters, it has been decided to take advantage of the opportunity thus afforded and hold a special conference of women in connection with the Congress.
 Topics of interest to women on educational and social subjects will be discussed by several of the most prominent women of Pan America.
 The Women's Auxiliary Conference will open Tuesday morning, December 28, in Memorial Continental Hall.  Details concerning this conference will be announced shortly.
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