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; I has a
j^ AU.Y alert and rivacioua young tociet) ?roman who
can '???t of a great fortune in her own name is M?as Rila
*??? She invariablj wins notice ami praise al affaira of
?""?I importance b) the exquisite taste and skill she diaplaya
???the matter of dress. Her toilets are always dewgoetl by her?
' '? -"'d ""' ?' few of hei gowns nave been copied bt bei lesa
fyji^ -.NDKKson, whose home is si No, 112 West Fifty-eighth
tfteet, is generally conceded t?. be ??in- "t the exceptionally
Pratt) ??irla frequently seen .it important ?oci il functions. She
?* a pronounced blonde, with that rare combination of facial
coloring commonly called peaches ami cream eomnlexion.
Her features are clesr cut and regulsr, her hair bol .1 light
?hade, soft and wavy. Her eyessre Mm-. She carries herseli
?nil state!) grace, ami i- sltogethet .1 strikingly beautiful girl.
JV/j i< \m? Mks Robust Hok leave town next neeV i"t Lake
tVaccabuc, N. V., where the) own ?? handsome country
place ot many acres. Barb m July tin- family will go into
camp it St. Regis Lake, ?11 t!:?- Adirondack**. Camp isaome
thing of a misnomei tot tins luxurious h ihitation in tin- woods,
for, although built somewhat after tin- plan of a camp, with
several detached buildings, every room i- fitte 1 with the ^reat?
es! comfort, and lit'- 1- conducted on almost the saine grade <?f
sumptuousncas .1- at Newport,
V" K wii Mag, John
'"? SlIKUMAN HoVT
. (the latter formerly
Miss Ethel Stokes),
win.have leased "Lor
ington," the Clarence
A n <1 r e a a seat, ?<i
Lenox, will take pos?
session ?.i their neu
home ?irh in the
MKS. l?rwiiN, wid?
ow of the late
I'lliteil States alllha
sador t?.<rermanj, has
taken .1 cottage in Kasl
f Orange, Neu Jeme)