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Some trimmed in lace, some with embroidery: a number of differ
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New fJress Wets
Tor Vnist3 end Dresses. The pep.
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Figured Filet Net
Neat designs, double width, nt
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Fancy Wash Nets
With ring dots, double width, new
n't $1 .00 a yd.
I New Smart Veilings and
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
For covering card tables; two
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A new assortment, including the
Tourist style. Curling Irons from
I The new CHANTILLY SQUARE
(VEIL in navy blue and brown, edged
' CHIFFON SQUARE VEILS, hem
stitched in ell the leading colors,
at Jl.ZiV each.
Ths new plain MESH VEILING,
Hack, white, brown, and navy, at
JVC a yd.
CHENILLE DOT TUXEDO VEIL
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85 and 50.
1 CHIFFON VEILINGS with satin
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PRICE, 30 A YD,
NEW PRINTED BATISTE
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NEW WHITE GOODS
AN ENTIRE NEW ASSORTMENT to select from. Pretty Mercer
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We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
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President Receives Many
OYSTCtl HAY, N. Y. July 1G.
President Koosevelt entertained n
dozen guests today, tho largest party
ho tins had nt Ills homo on Sngnmoro
Illll since ho began his vncntlon.
With his guests the President dis
cussed n wlilo range of topics, naval,
political, labor, publishing, hunting,
After his usual morning exercises
tho President welcomed Henry lieu
teidahl, the marine artist and writer,
and John Williams, the Labor Com
missioner of the State of New York,
who canto tip from New York. Itetl
lerdahl, who accompanied the Atlan
tic battleship licet on its voago
fioni Hampton Itoads to Magdalcna
liny, nnil who In an artlclo published
last February severely criticised the
construction of the battleships of the
Nav, came to talk with Hooseclt
about nawil matters. It is under
stood itcutcrdahl Is preparing nnoth
er article on the United States Nary
and that itwas his wish to consult
tho President regarding this.
When Itcutcrdahl returned from
his lslt with the President ho said
ho camo to tulle of naul matters, but
that he could not tell what the mat
ters were. Questioned whether any
of the alleged differences between
himself and tho President were touch
ed upon during tho visit Itcutcrdahl
said: "So far there have nccr been
any difference"! except in the Imagi
nation of some people."
Regarding his attitude on nnvnl
matters ho said: "If we are going
to get n new Nnvy, every one should
be Intel csted in getting as good a
Navy as possible, and tho President
believes In that Idea."
Williams, who, with Itcutcrdahl,
returned to New York, said ho talked
with tho President on labor matters,
but would not say what they were,
preferring that nnj thing more defi
nite should Clime from the President.
Shortly after tho departuro of his
two morning guests, tho President
recclcd n party of ten, Charles F.
Ilrookcr, Ilcpubllcan National Com
mitteeman from Connecticut; C. A.
Moore, who has hunted In Africa
Percy Madeira, of Philadelphia; and
W. T. Wliltchouse, Jr., of New
York, both of whom huo spent soma
tlmo in Africa; Charles Scrlbner, tho
New York publisher; P. D. Mlllett,
tho artist, who Is 11 member of tho
American Commission to the Toklo
Imposition; Maijor Kdgar A. Menrns,
surgeon in the United States Army
and a nnturnllsti Henry Palrfleld Os
born, a geologist connected with the
American Museum of Natural His
tory In New York, who has had ex
perience in Africa, and Dr. Alexander
Lambert of New York.
It was n Jolly party thnt .it
around tho President's table at lunch
eon, and HooHevelt was In tho best of
spirits. African hunting was tho
principal theme during tho afternoon.
The President listened with great in
terest to the experiences of tho sev
eral guests who have, been In that
country, and asked many questions
for information which will help him
when ho goes there to hunt noxt year
with his son Kcrmit.
The political situation was discuss
ed by National Committeeman llrook
er and the President, hut Just what
phaso of It was tho subject of their
tall; qpuld not bo learned.
With Charles Scrlbner tha Presi
dent had a talk legardlng tho publi
cation of his writings on tho African
hunting trip. Tho President's guosts
departed during the afternoon.
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Madame Salto, wife of tho Japanese
Consul tionurn!, will bo glten a faro
well p-irty by tho local Japaneso ladles
i.oxt Friday afternoon nt i o'clock at
tho Mochlzukl Club at Wulklkl.
Madaina Salto will return to Japan In
company with her husband, Consul
Salto, In tho America Mam, sailing
During her residence horo for nriny
J ears, Madame Salto was prominent!
connected wltli tho bcnovolent socie
ties. Sho lias rendcrod valuable, sei
vices to thoso who weio In need of as
sistance. Tho ladles who havo charge
t tho party aro Mrs. Akal, Mrs. Ilnlda,
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