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BROOKLVN SOCUL WORLD.
CflDticued from slith pa?e
ftnd bnuc*?:a.a "'? ' '_
.. ? - -'_ rhlcaco Miss Katharine
V^Uton fciordon ana ^^^'^^in, of Brook
of Mr. and MrsJWarren evening- The
lyn. were married last ^tu.caj _?.?,_,??
tride' Z*Z S_t"?S? was aucnded b> **?
end Irlsh point lace, w-? Bessie Gray.
Ev I ?>-?? M'ss ^V^wTnif^a.Smith. of Chi
EE Elsa Lange and ^:^_ \.t Vnan. Grandy Good
S5 The best man was g?5ond Badwel, of
A lar6. -^^?2X?_^SS? -1
tMa borough was that last Satjrday
?Henry Everitt Matt.son. ^?/^ Lerformed at
So. of Brooklyn. The ceremony was pe^ _
S o'clock. in the ^^^..^T B^oks. Miss
Church. by the Rev. Dr. J ^ ^hfflon and lace
Dale's wedding gown was of ahite ? e_
over whlte satin. She wore a tulte * e.la e
Marv Scudder. Mlss Lucy faiaue. -? botn Fisk. |
S. ____i "B^nS.8?--! ss
ton m 'Si.
* ., t*ve intimate friends were
Only relatives ^ * '^^ evening of last
present at the ^ ThurSf 'daughter of the
week of Miss Clementine A>er M___e
S Colonel ira *^dJ*?__? Conn. Miss
e0n of Chauncey Mo?j o, * *g ^ trirnrned
A5-er was gowned ln *?_e lilles-of-the-valley.
wJth white lace. and <^Tied une ^
?H^r sister H-SB Ediih L. *2S__ih? white chiffcn
Ind only ittendant w?0g? $heVremony was
performed by the brioe^ at th_ ^e of
Sf&OT^ llrs'jeanne L. Ayer, of No. 3,
Cambridge Place. _
... _.-_ week Miss Aimee
Wednesday evening of last weeK^ -
Haigh. daughter of Mr. and^ ;^m EmpeJ,
and Robert Ernest Empey. son of James
Church by the Rev. Dr Henry t
bride wbre her mother s -^/^ of sweet
corded silk and carried a sl^ ?? ^b of ;*?.
peas and "^-^^^Sir-^ nowered
!_S_I^i^_5J^BC^r%fsrHte crepe de
maids. wore W atteau "Ul*? , k roses and maid
ohine and carried ?sketarf ^ ,v ? ___-_, re.
Plans for the weddi^ o^M^-l ^stnms
____. Olive Celeste Moore. daughter of Mr. and
Mr^lZVabian Moore. and Archlhald1? White
f.r Manhattan. are to be married on Tues .-.- m w
SSn The Moores formerly made their home
at No. m Nostrand-ave.. Brooklyn.
Mrs. irene M. Shepard. <rf No. ^f"""^
annou-ces the engagement of her daughterMiss
norence I. Shepard. to Luther Bowder, ^sonof
I^ther Bowden of Xo. ^.Hancock-s^ Mr^Bo^
?5 ??S? ffi Awi?ie b^membered. mar
ried Miss Grace Marshall.
Mrs Adelaide Culver Wlggin. of Boston. formerly
of this borough. announces the engagement of her
daughter Miss Marion Hamilton Wiggin. o Alfred
wSe. DUler. son of tbe late ^A^iDiller and
^w makes his home in Manhattan.
Last Thursday evening. at Heartsease. the> coun
trx home of th. bride'-s parents. Mr. aad Mrs
Mlllard F. Smith. of No. 559 Bedford-ave.. the
marriage was celebrated of Miss Louise Taylor
Smith and Leonard Hall Van Ever.', son of Mr. and
Mrs. John B. Van Every. of No. 25 Cambridge
Place The ceremony was performed on the piazza
ax 8:30 o'clock. Bishop Darltngton. of Harrisburg.
Penn., formerly rector of Christ Church. Bedford
avc. offioiated. The bride. who was gowned in
white embroidered net. was attended by a maid of
honor. Miss Marion Adele Smith. and four brides?
maids. Miss Ethel May. Miss Jeannette Day. Miss
Allce Jewett and Miss Edlth Wensley. frocked alike
in white lace over "ink satin. The best man was
Herbert Forsyth Van Every and the ushers were
Henrv Meinken, oi Manhattan: Aenry A. Simpson,
Herbert C Zellhoefer, Edward Sheffleld Smith,
L-iur:tz Laurltsen and William C. Liuntzen. Fol?
lowing tbe ceremony a wedding supper of about
s>xty covers w.i.-- given. Jardlnieres oi peonies and
piVks formed an aisle for the bridal ;>arty. Two
.r,*-<ial cars from New-York brought the guests up
to Lake <;.-'>;>... Mr. and Mrs. Van Every have
gone for an extended tour through the West.
Another engagement recentlj announced is that
of Misa ESdna Creighton Phillips to Richard F.
Williams. <>f Manhattan. Miss Phillins is the
daughter Of John B. Philliiis. of No. 145 Ross-st.
Kext Wednesday evening Christ Church, Bedford
ave., will 1"' the SL-en* of the wedding of Miss
Elizabeth Evans. daughter "f Mrs. Kmma S. Evans.
Ailliam James Setzer. of Manhattan. Miss
Helen Evans will be the Dride's only attendant.
The same evening Miss Lillian Edna Lazelle will
become the bride of Herman Edward Townsend.
The cer.-mf.ny will take place at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. William Dupree Lazelle, No.
3S.A Lafay*tt*-ave., at 8;30 o'cloek.
The first dntiee of the season of the Nassau Coun?
try Club. at Glen Cbve, took place at the clubhouse
A "stag" dinnrr. followed by a vaudevllle enter
tainment. was given at the Penataquit-Corinthlan
Yacht Club. at Bay Shore. last evening. The first
dat.ce of th*- season ls scheduled to take place next
Saturday evening. July L
On Saturday morning. June IT. the Gamma Sig
ma Pbi fraternity gave a breakfast at the Hotel
Margaret. Miss Ma Poole Brown acted as toast
mistress. Miss May Sadler responded to "Old
Gamma," Mies Marjorie Commiskey to "Our New
Baby. Zeta." Miss Grace Norton to "Our Western
Sister-." Miss Ruth Hai.land to "Our Future Cbap
t>rs." Miss Nellie J. Tra\1s to "The Grand Coun?
cil." Miss Marion Garrison to "Reaponse" and Miss
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I Price, 25 Cents
< Order from Your New,dealer
or the TRIBUNE Office
Brown to "Fraternity Ideals and R^ionshg?
The inenu cards were of dull white. with the rrn
tcrnity pln In blue and gold ln the ?f"V^cwJ M..
tcndance fncluded Miss Dorothy Matthew s, Miss
Helen Cutter. Miss llzabeth S. Hyde. Miss Grace
Travis. Miss Ednft Moehring. Miss JgMWW Dor
man, Miss Gemvi_e W. BcaversMiss , MarJ OT e
Blvdenbursh. Miss __UH_ Commlskei MIW AJ}eie
M rtin Miss F Claiiv Wood. Miss Elsle. Dunwell.
MtotaM. l-.orcha.Mt. ?k M^teToung. M_S
Marguerlte Mailory. Miss ^^SawaT^awmC
Dorothv Peters. Miss Anna O. BullwinKie ivush v
Marguerite Stevens. Miss Estelle ConsUyea and
Miss Adele Marion Greene.
The annual Monmouth County Horse Show Is
scheduled to take place at Hollywood Paik. N. J..
from Wednesday. July 26. to Saturday. July ?- **?
sales of boxes and seats wlll hc held at the -- est
End Hotel on Saturday, July 15.
The entertainment given last Thursday evening
bv Mrs Roswell D. HItchcock nnd Prince Palco
logue for the b.neflt of the Navy Relief Society. at
tracted a large number to the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Mrs HItchcock, who is the widow of Commander
Tiitcl _ork U. S. N., told many huniorous stories
aboutTeli known naval officers and other proml?
nent persons she has met tn every part of the
globe Prince Paleologue. better known aa al
the Artist " was beside her on the platform. and
n_^sk^_hesof the people 0a*?^&3E*-TC
Worn _n Who Has Lived on a Man-o'-War. The
musTc was furnished by the Navy Yard Baad.
Mr and Mrs. Robert Allan Pinkerton, Miss
M*ary Pinkerton and Miss Bessie Jordan expect to
sail for home on the Baltic on July 12.
Mr and Mrs. Elijah R. Kennedy. Miss Susan
Pratt Kennedy and Sidney R. Kennedy salled for
ItSy on the tretic on Thursday of last week.
Mr and Mrs. John Hill Morgan and Mrs. James
L_ Morgan sailed on the Majestlc on Wednesday
of last week. Mr. Morgan wlll return home late in
Mr and Mrs. Francis H. Southwick and the
Mlsses Southwick salled on the Moltke on Thurs?
day of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ethelbert Ide Low salled on tha
Cedrlc on Friday of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Ross Appleton, Miss Mary
Appleton and Miss Helen Appleton sailed on the
Grosser Kurfurst last Tuesday.
Colonel William V. Hester and Herbert F. Gun
nison salled on the Baltic last Wednesday.
Recent departures from town include Mr. and
Mrs. Donald S. L. Lee, of Willow-st., to the Kent
House. Greenwich, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Tunls G.
Bergen. of Willow-st.. to Flr Tower. Onteora,
Catskills. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs William H. Cary, of
Willow-st.. to Washington. Conn.; Mr. and Mra
(Howard S. Hadden, of Henry-st. to Sound Beach.
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Pouch, of Hicks
st., to Boston Road. Greenwich. Conn.; Mrs. Sam?
uel H. Seaman, of Columbia Hcights. to Old Lyme
Inn, Lyme, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Pea
body, of Wlllow-st., to Evaley, Lake George; Mrs.
Frederick A. Hartcr. of Henry-st.. to Norfolk.
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Lltchfleld, of No.
2 Montague Terrace. to Ridgefield, Conn.; Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick P. Bellamy. of Henry-st.. to West
port-on-Champlain. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Edward
S. Cragin, of Willow-st.. to Spring Lake Beach,
N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. William G. Low, of Remsen
st.. to The Bungalow. Bristol, R. I.; Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Urban Palmer, of Clinton-ave.. to Poland
Springs Hotel. Poland Springs, Me.; Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Pratt, of Clinton-ave., to Dosoris, Glen
Cove; Mr. and Mrs. William G. Nlchols. of Clinton
ave.. to Glen Cove, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs.
Hawley T. Webster, of Clinton-ave.. to Warwick,
NT Y ? Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Bedford, of
Clinton-ave., to Inverness Cottage, Greens Farms,
Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight C. Plnney. of Lef
ferts Place. to . the Cllfton House. Patchogue,
Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Merrltt, of
Grand-ave., to Shelter Island. N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank E. Mendes. of Hancock-st., to Greens
Farms, Conn.; Mrs. Ezra B. Tuttle. of Bedford
ave.. to Nestledown Cottage. Cottage City,
Martha's Vineyard, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarance
L Fabre, of South Oxford-st., to Bay Shore.
Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. M. Murray Sayer, of
Washington-ave., to Outlook, Bethlehem. N. H.;
Mr- Calvin Edwards Hull, of Washlngton-ave.,
to Black Rock. Conn.: Mr. and Mrs. Juilan D.
Fairchild. of Carroll-st., to Bay Shore, Long Isl?
and- Mrs. John B. Francis and Miss Anna Francis,
of 7th-ave.. to Shelter Island Heights, N. Y.; Mr.
and Mrs. James Hardie, of 8th-ave.. to Wlndy
Knowe, Lake Placid, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Craig, of Bedford-ave.. to Saratoga, N. Y.: Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar E Tauchert. of Montgomery
Place, to Seabright. N J.; Dr. and Mrs. Perry
Dickie, of Schermerhorn-st., to New-London,
Conn., and Mrs. W. G. H. Randolph, of Hancock
st., to Belmar, N. J.
Dr. J. J. Anderson, the historian, of Brooklyn,
is spendlng the summer at the cottage of his daugh?
ter, Mrs. G. B. F. Randolph, at Sea Gate, New
York Harbor. The doctor is eighty-four years old
and, although he is totally blind, he still keep3 in
touch with the affairs of the day.
BOYS TO SMELL POWDER.
Sham Battle of Church Cadets at
Irish Field Day.
Great preparationsn are being made by the
Clan-na-Gael of Long Island for their thlrty
eighth annual picnic and field day, whlch is to
be held on the Fourth of July at Bruhn's Wash?
ington Park and Casino, in Maspeth, Long Isl?
and. About eight thousand persons are expected
to attend. In addition to an attractive pro?
gramme of athletic games, which it is expected
will attract some of the best amateur athletes ln
this vicinity," there will be a sham battle be?
tween the Leo Battalion. of the Church of Our
Lady of Lourdes, and the Loughlin Battallon, of
St. Cecilia's Church.
William J. Daly and James P. Bell, of the
games committee, have already received more
than two hundred entrtes for the games, and as
many more are expected to come in before the
entries close on July 1. In addition to the reg?
ular contests, there is to be a Gaelic foothall
game and prize Irish jigs and reels. The medals
for first places wlll be solid gold and may be
worn either as a breast ornament or a watch
fob. The second prizes will be of silver and the
winners of the tMrd places will receive bronze
medals. The games are to begin at 2 p. m.
Three hundred and fifty cadets will take part
on each side in the sham battle, and they are
already ln training for the contest. Speclally
constructed fortlfications will make the battle
more difflcult and realistic, and it ls expected
that the youthful soldiers will burn up enough
powder to destroy a small army if lt were ac?
companied with real shot as in actual warfare.
ROYAL ARCANUM PICNIC.
Proceeds of Celebration at Ulmer Park Go
to Hospital Bed Fund.
The members of the Royal Arcanum of the bor
oughs of Brooklyn and Queens wlll celebrate the
twenty-elghth anniversary of the order at Ulmer
Park next Saturday. Tbe Hospital Bed Fund As?
sociation is always the soie beneflciary of these
These annual affairs are always run under the
soie ausplces of the Royal Arcanum Day Celebra?
tion Association, of which Thomas W. Howell is
the president. Arrangemtnts have been made to
provide speclal trolley cars to the park on all
JineB. As an extra attraction, Professor Fran?
cisco Johnson, formerly of the Atlantie City Sci
entiflc Society, will exhibit hls new flylng ma?
chine, ln company with Emissarles Silcock. Coad
and Ford. The purk wlll be open at noon. and the
proeramme wlll include: Athletic events and prize
bowllng, to 6tart at 2 p. m.: dancing, from 3 o'clock
until midnlght; vaudeville show, from 3 to 6
and from 8 to 11; baseball, at 4 o'clock; balloon
ascension and parachute drop by the Brazill.m
ape. at 4:15 o'clock; society circus, at 3, 4:30, 7 and
? o'clock. There will also be fireworks. at 8 o'clock.
MARIE ANTOINETTE'S HARP.
The Sterling Piano Company. of No. 586 Fulton
st., has on exhlbition a harp once the property of
Marie Antoinette. Thls lnteresting relic now be
longs to Miss Dagmar Langenberg. a young Swe
! dish woman. who brought lt with her to thls co'.in
try about a year ago, and who has in her posses
elon all the documents necessary to prove its au
thenticity. Tiie harp was made by Henri Nader
mann, in Vienna, in 1720. With the exception of
the soundlng board. it ls constructed entirely at flne
After the Queen's execution lt came into the pos
session of a family of Loyalists named Asinieres,
who lor years kept it. hidden in a garret, but in the
mean time the papers proving its genuinenes.s were
preaenred. ln 1804 a Swedish count, I'lritii von
Cronstedt. purchased lt. and took it to Sweden.
where it had remained until brought to thls coun?
try' by Miss Langenberg. a descendant of the e_ unt.
The oak.-ti case In whlch it was taken from France
Lo Sweden ls still in use; ln fact, the harp waa
brought here in it last year.
HEMS OF SOCIAL INTEREST |
Mr. and Mrs. Hlss and family. of this dtjr,,***
rented the Wllliam A. Woodward home at . ? *M
Plains for the summer and early fall. Mr. anci
Mrs Woodward and Miss Woodward have gone
lo Seal Harbor, Me. _
Mr and Mrs. Ira A. McCormick and family, of
Xo 79 Kast ?:T.ih-st., are at their country JMttJa,
Wliite Plains. for the season.
Miss Louise C. Sutherland. of No. 1.230 Amster?
dam-ave ls at Prince of Wales Munslons, Batter
sea Park. London. She will return to New-York
next month. _
Ur and Mrs. Franklin H. Lovell. Jr., of Gram
ercy Park. who are spendlng the summer at Madi
son N. J., are receiving congratulations upon the
birth of a daughter early ln June.
Miss Anna M. Cooley. of No. 134 West 95th-st.. is
at Knoxville, Tenn.. until August 1: afterward she
will be at Muskcgon. Mlch.. until the second week
Miss L. H. Eaklns. of Cathedral Helghts, ls ai
Windsor, N. Y.. until September.
Miss Anderson, of West 116tli-st. and Amster?
dam-ave., after n stay in London, is now travelllng
on the Continent.
Mrs. Charles Dugro. of West 59th-st., is visitlng
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Vancleve. at The
Ranch. Melville, Mont. Mr. Dugro will shortly
join his wife.
Dr. and Mrs. David E. Smith, of No. 250 West
88th-st., are at Monroe Heights. Cortland, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Upton, of West 121st-3t., are
at Camp Columbus, Morris, Conn.
Miss Mary B. Vail. of No. 533 West 124th-st., will
go on July 1 to Milnoe. N. D. Early ln September
she wlll go to Evanston, 111.. returnlng to New
York on September 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Fauvier, of No. 332 Lenox
ave., are at Oberlin, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Miller. of 108th-sL, are at
Moravla, N. Y.
Mrs. Mary Schenck Woolman, of No. 21 West
101st-st., ls ln London.
H. V. Abbott, of No. 417 West 11 _h-st., is at his
summer home at Cornwall-on-the-Hudson.
Miss Isabel French, formerly of West 115th-st.,
has left Los Angeles to spend the summer and
early autumn at her home in Dedham, Mass.
Miss Jane Fales, of No. 419 West 118th-st., is at
Rockland, Me., until the early autumn.
Miss Etta Flagg, of Manhattan-avc., is at Pangus,
Mass., for the summer.
Miss Grace Greenwood. of West 123d-st.. will leave
next week to spend the summer at Waltham. Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Highsmith, of No. 528 West
123d-st., are at Durham, N. C, until the autumn.
Howard S. Harrls, of No. 525 West 123d-st.. is at
East Northfleld, Mass., for the summer.
Miss Harrlet Hawley. of No. 1,230 Amsterdam
ave . will leave on July 5 to spend the summer at
Buck Hill Falls, Monroe County, Penn.
Mrs. Julia Bangs and Miss Mary Bangs, of No.
187 West 87th-st., have gone to Canaan, Conn., for
Mr. and Mrs. Wiliiam Stitt, of No. 152 West 93d
st., wlll spend the summer at Sound Beach. Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slayback, of No. 318 West
78th-st., are visiting John D. Slayback at his sum?
mer home, Montclalr, N. J.
The Rev. Dr. Ezra F. Tipple, of 103d-st. and West
End-ave., has been elected and has accepted the
call to fill the chair of practlcal phllosophy In Drew
Seminary. Dr. Tipple for a number of years was
pastor cf Grace Methodist Episcopal Church.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Stoddard, of No. 251 West 97th
st., are at the New P.-irk, Summit. N. J. On July
15 they will leave for a trip through New-England.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fulton, of White Plalns,
announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss
Sue G. Fulton. to Wllliam D. Reed, of this city.
The wedding wlll take place in the early autumn.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baylls. of No. 316 West 95th
st., announce the engagement of thelr daughter.
Miss Clara R. Baylls, to Charles Salem Hyde, of
Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Sullivan, of No. 584 Sth
ave., and their sons, Arthur and Leonard. will sail
for Europe on July 4, to remain abroad until Oc?
Mr. and Mrs. William Alexander Scott. of Elm
hurst, Long Island. announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Hazel Scott, to Jefferson Davis
Hardfn. jr., of New-Orleans. Miss Scott is a niece
of Mrs. Joseph Allan Physloc, of thls city, and Is
well known here. The wedding wlll take place in
the early autumn. _
Miss Eleanor Hill. daughter of Major Hill, of
Augusta, Ga., is visiting her sister, Miss Josephine
Hill, of No. 8 West 92d-st.
Announcement is made of the engagement of
Graham White, of Mount Vernon, to Miss Mary
Louise BanksL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam
L. Banks, of White Plains.
Mr. and Mrs. Bamberger and Miss G. Bamberger.
of No. 142 West 96th-st., will spend the summer
traveliing in Europe. _
The engagement is announeed of Miss Florence
Gillette De Puy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Adams De Puy, of No. 102 West 93d-st.. to Benja
mln Fairbanks, Jr.. of Newark. N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllliam R. Lowe, of West 182d-st..
are entertalning a number of their friends at their
summer home, at Woodvllle, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. P. Monroe, of this city, are at Pike,
N. H., until the autumn.
Miss Alice Martln, of No. 419 West 118th-sL, ls
at Kennebuck, Me., for the season.
Dr. and Mrs. Lodgo. of Amsterdam-ave, are in
Miss G. R. Lomer, of West 115th-st., is at Mon?
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McVanneli, of No. 2,471
7th-ave., are at St. Mary's. Ontarlo, Can., until
the early autumn.
Miss C. A. Mathewson. of No. 3,136 Broadway, is
at Kingsley House, Pittsburg, until September.
Afterward she will go to Cincinnati, Ohio.
Miss Bertha J. Nabessberg, of No. 119 East 65th
st., is at Kalamazoo, Mlch. Afterward she will go
toSt. Paul, Minn. _
Mr. and Mrs. Pigot and Reginald Plgot, of West
lC.d-st are at Miller's Place, near Port Jefferson.
Long Island. 'where they will remain until the
Miss Lottta Russak, of No. 88 Edgecombe-ave.. is
at Huntington. Long Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert ES. Farley, of White Plains,
have rented their place for the summer and will
eo on July 1 to Lake Mabapac They have re?
cently purchased one of tbe i.-i nnds there.
John B. Phillip . of No. 145 Ross-st., Brooklyn.
announces tbe engagement of his daughter. Kdna
Crelghton. to Richard F. Williams, of this city.
Mrs. Jeamutte Robinson Murphy, folkloriBt, ls
visiting her cousin, Mrs. John William Brown, in
Louisville. Ky.. her old home.
Miss Kathryn Flsk, a member of the Southern
colony ln New-York. who lives at No. 7 East 11th
3t., wlll sail next Thursday for Europe, where she
expects to spend a year studylng music. She came
to New-York several years ago from Nashville,
Tenn., where her father is a physician. For a
Ume she was a member of the cholr of St. George's
D. A. R. TO CELEBRATE.
Washington. June ?4.?Mra, Donald M. T__n.
president general of the Daughters of the American
Revolution. has made a reuuest of all the chaptera
in the organizatlon formaily to observe the Fourth
of July with ceremonles appropriate to the day.
The celebratlon ln Washington will be held in the
new Continental Hnll <>f the Daughters. where the
exer> lses will be p.irtieir.ated in by well kuuwn
members of the assoclatlon and others.
Twy/&4#ft?f4*C1 correct dress
eoed SuiiiMTner Oearairice bale
Begins To-Morrow Morning at 8 o'Clock.
More Than ?4.00,000 Worth of the Choice,
High Gass Merc__a__d.se
Such as this house has been identified with since the opening of rfs doors, consisting of
Costuinraes, Seats, Waists, Goats and Skirts,
Will be offered for clearance without reserve.
Every article, marked at a fraction of its value, will show in plain figures the exact former price
and the clearance price. The genuineness of our clearance sales will be attested hy thousands of ladie.
in New York and other places, near and distant, who have attended them on former occasions^ Noth?
ing like them in magnitude, in the character of the goods offered or in the ruthless marking down of
prices has ever been attempted in this or any other city.
This Saile Will Smrpass Them All m Every Feature,
Space permits the mention of but few items among many hundreds, distributed through all departments.
$45.00 N.w Sicilian Tailored Suits. ?__./?>
585.00. $73.00. $65.00. Correct Models. r,% QQ 55.00,45.00
Summer Suits. " '
$50.00. $45.00, $40.00. Summer Tweed ?- qq on Q0 24.75
Model Suits. t-__.w, ? -Rnn
$150.00 Imported Helio Tailored Suit Model. /O.UU
$100.00 Imported Broadcloth Tailored Suit Model. 35.00
$95.00. $85.00. $75.00 Voile. Tweed. Silk -- QQ 65 QQ, 45.00
Tailored Suits. ' -J-w? ^.v, ,
$175.00 Imported French Voile Tailored Models. 50.00
$200.00, $175.00, $150.00 Imported Tailored Suit Models.. 50.00
$95.00. '$85.00 $75.00 Imported Fancy 5Q00 45.OO, 35.00
Tailored Suits. " ? ' ^
$250.00 Imported White Silk Long Coat Suit Model. 150.00
$150.00 Imported Pongee Tailored Suit Model. 24.75
$75.00. $65.00 French Voiles, all silk lined Suits. 39.75
$400.00 Imported White Chiffon Cloth Gown. 200.00
$95.00, $85.00, $75.00 Black and Colored ~~ qq q^ qq 50.00
Costumes .* * ' * ?
$275.00 Imported White Lingerie Laee Trimmed Robe. 1.45.00
$500.00 Imported White Silk Coral Emb. Robe. 200.00
$30.00. $25.00, $20.00 Serge. Sicilian -t o rn i R ()() 1 >> Kfl
and Linen Outing Suits.lO.OU, IO.VV, l-.OV
$175.00 Imported Colored Eollenne Dress. 95.00
$300.00 Imported Blue Chiffon Cloth Gown. 150.00
$80.00, $75.00, $65.00 Linen Dress Suits. 45.00, 35.00, 30.00
$175.00 Imported White Laee Oostume. 95.00
$35.00. $30.00, $25.00 WThite and Col- 9 ~ nn 18-n -, - nf!
ored Linen Tailored Suits.&O.VVJ, IO.OU, IO.OV
$300.00 Imported White Chiffon Cloth Dress. 100.00
$45.00. $40.00, $30.00 White and Col- 9- nn nn nn lfi _ft
ored Linen Frocks.60.VV, 1V.VU, l&.OV
$175.00 Imported Colored Silk Dresses. 85.00
$45.00, $35.00. $30.00 Dressy Silk Frocks 25.00, 20.00, 18.50
$30.00, $25.00 Colored Dimlty Dresses. 18.50, 16.50
$75.00 Imported Linen Frocks. 45.00
$50.00. $40.00. $30.00 White and Col- Q - An ?_, nn -, 0 -_.
ored Linen Dresses. OO.W, ^O.UU, lO.Ol.)
$6.50 and $5.50 Lace trimmed Batlste WaJstl'. 3.05, 3..50
112.50, $10.00, $8.50 Hand Emb. Linen r \Ci (\ '.ft X .ft
and Batlste Waists. ' ?U' ?"W? "*'0U
$18 50. $16.50. $15.00 Crepe de Chine and -i .> =n Q nx O Xfl
Taffeta Watets. l-.w, tf.JO, o.ov
$25.00, $22.50. $18.50 Messaline and -. *> -r* 107; 1 ?> Zt\
Lace Waists.1D.OU, lO.<^?, l?-?v
$37.50 Messaline, Lace and Net Waist Models. 24.75
$75.00 Imported Dress Lace Waist Model. 4.5.00
$65.00 Imported Dress Lace Waist Model. 25.00
$125.00 Imported Dress Lace Waist Model. I 5.00
$115.00 Imported Dress Lace Waist Model. 65.00
$135.00 Imported Dress Lace Waist Model. 75.00
$50.00 Imported Mole Skln Blouse Waist Model. 14.95
$65.00 Imported Silk and Lace Waist Model. 19.95
$95.00 Hand Made Wood Fibre Lace Waist Model. 24.75
?"BW^.f^!.^^.^?.... 4500> 35-00' 3000
$85.00 Gray Broadcloth Imported Model Cape. 19.95
$150.00 Black Silk Lace trimmed Imported Model Coat.. 95.00
$175.00 Black Silk Lace trimmed Imported Model Coat. 100.00
$75.00 Handsome Imported Silk Coat. 45.00
$85.00 Broadcloth and Lace Dress Model Coats. 50.00
$50.00 Silk Rubber Motor Coat Models. 35.00
$45.00. $40.00, $35.C0 Storm, Steamer qn fkft 9^. ftO IO"'.
and Driving Coats. OV.VV, -J-W* IJ.iO
$75.00. $55.00. $45.00 Taffeta. Pongee -ft ft0 in ftft *>_ ftft
and Serge Dress Coats. OV.VV, 4V.W, -O.VU
$40.00. $30.00, $20.00 Taffeta. Pongee ?ft nn on ftft 1 . ftft
and Linen Outlng Coats. JU.VV, -V.VV, 10.VV
$85.00 Pongee Imported Model Coat. 60.00.
$18.50. $14.50, $12.50 Linen and Pique 12.50 9.75 6.50 '
*^^-^^'^^'liiiiaa^ 18.50, 15.00, 12.50
and Mohair fckiris.
$45.00 Black Silk Taffeta Skirts. 30.00
$50.00 Handsome Black Crepe de Chlne Skirt Model. 24.75
$35.00 Handsome Black Silk Lined Voile. 24.75
ALL CHARGE GOODS PURCHASED AT THIS SALE WILL BE ENTERED ON
West Twenty-third Street,
Fifth Ave. Hotel.
To Siapply Every Need For The "4th':
NO CONNECTIOX WrITH ANY OTHER STORE.
THE BIG .STORE
A CITY IM IT5ELf
_SE2_? AVS^^igSaSuH C?TO_~ l??_3128
Double "S. & H." Green Trading Stamps Morn
Ings from S:30 Till 12 o'Clock. Thereafter Single
Stamps Until Closing Hour.
Favors and NoyeTUes
For Independence Day.
-_RE.R_._ERS. SKYROC KETS.
FLOWERP13TS AND CA.VXOXS to hold
candv; each. iic. to 1 Oc
IMITATION FIRECRACKERS. conceal
ingr a fan; ea;h. 1 On
MINIATURE BOXES, trimmed with
flrecrackers: each. 5c
CANDY FIRECRACKERS. made of
lozenger paste; earh, 5c. an,i 1 Oc
SMALL AMERICAN PAPER __AC-S.
mounted on fins; dozen. Qc
AMERICAN FLAG PAPER NAPKINS;
(Sftgel Cooper Store, 18th St. EntraJice.)
A $110,000 Stock of Women's
Smoinier Dresses at l/i Price.
Beglnning To-morrow of the Most Extraordinary Series of
Special Reduction Sales Known m Many Years?Such an
Event Prlor to the Fourth of July is Distinctly Without
At the extraordinary prlce concessions here pro
vided for Trunks of high grade, dependable quali?
ties, to-morrow's sale promises attractlve selling
to those planning the Summer outings.
Some of these Trunks are covered with rich
Mexican leather, others with pegamoid or strong
duck. In every Instance the flnest grade of hard
ware ls used for locks, bolts. &c.
K-st Ifuh St.)
and Ice Chests.
"Model" Refrigerators are charcoal fllled. an ar?
rangement which saves considerable on the Ice
bill. Perfect circulatlon of cold air at all times in
the provision chamber. Beautifully flnished in ash
and golden oak; removable sldos, waste pipe and
shelves, and can be easily cleaned.
No. .30 ls 24 inches wide. 39
Inches high, 16 Inches deep;
sold regularly for $7.50; to
morrow at Q OO
No. 4S2 Is 27 inches wide. 42
Inches high, K\ Inches deep;
sold regularly for $10.50; to
morrow at y.oo
No. 438 ls 34 Inches wide.
2~'_ inches deep. 48 Inches
high; sold regularly for
$1.V50: to-morrow at
No. 461, Apartment House
Style, is 28Vi inches wide. 20
Inches deep. 62 inclu s high;
sold regularly for $1K.0<>. t>.
morrow at | Q Oo
N .. 462, Apartment House
Style. is 31'3 inches wide. 21
in-hes deep. 54 im-hes high;
sold regularly for $1S.50; to
morrow at l tJ _.' '
MODEL ICE CH-Ctrra, same
ln construction as refrigera
tor. .>ut at a speclal re.iuc
tlcn. No. 401. 24 inches
wide. 25 inches high. 1?
inches deep: regular pri. .
has been $5.00; to marrow at
No 402 is 27 inches wide. 10
inches deep, 27 inches high.
No. 4!_ i? 32 inches wide. 22
Inches de.-p. ;:2 In.-h... high;
re_;ular price $.00; lo-nor
w at 7.50
tSleg . Cooper Store. Basement..
I)HI_sSMAKl>iU AND MII-MNEKY.
DO YOLT wish a very elogant -tylish dress.
with pf.feet fit. by French born dr._.
maker? JEANNE GI1TTAKL', 70 Wt-t
DRESSMAKER.?Experlenced: work home
or out; makes ladie,' and chlldren t
dre.-es. M>58 SAXUBEHG, 142 East 52d
_lj,erlaM?t and Fancy Gi.wns.
140 WEST 117TH-ST.. near 7th-ave.
M. TIIA1.L.I-J! I.a*lle?- Tailor. ? Rldlng
habitu fur gpime.-its made. yltercd aad
repalred. 1.818 1,817 Madl-on-ave., telween
USth and 119th tts.. New-York.
S. BL'rtG. Artistlc Ladles' Tailor and Fur
rler. 321 West 112tlv st . bit. Sth and
Manhattan ave-.. New-Yurk.?Furs made
to order. Per feet llt _i:d work guarautr.'d.
EIIL'R-ON eye glasses don't come off uutll
vou take !!,em off; free d* monslrntlon
daily; n,i fancy prtCM, TfcRNER, UptlctaO
Ast*T CMU% 2ti West 34th st.
ARTISTIC WORK: prompt deliveVy." When
others fall to please try ihe CKAVliN
iM-ESS. 24 East 21st- ?L
HALF-TON'E and llne w..rk: catulogues and
COlor work; excelU-nt results; low nnces
HAOOPIAN PHOTO-ENGRAVING CO 3
G ie.it ..i . ?_ . 'I'hong l()60 Spring.
I-ilV \T MIKRAV HILL |R,,?n.
l'urki. I_.jns Island; elevated gj..un.!.
and residences of the select, eommandlng
full view ,,f river. bay an I surroundings
ror partleulars tnqulre of I>El_ABt>l ...
SIERfc. 102 West 54tl.-st. ?-?-???
TO _ KNT.-r..r the summer. gentleman's
residence, .\toni_-lalr, N. j.; boui
McKlm, Mead ,c White; large ,a \vn, fine
tbadc trees, sparious plasaa, vojetuw* gar?
den, fruit; service ... Kar.iener. plenty of
......Ir room. JOHN U. HAWKS __o West
BARGAIh for C?_ck buyer; 5 ?iory triple
flat, Weft IlOth-st., near .Manhattan
ave.. prtce S"l...i?? only $U..VjO cash re
iliilred. Applv ril.I.I.i.1-. IW i:?Kt 2SU?-?t,
BILM.tKU AM? IiMil. TAIil.E.S.
___U__\__Tt_____ nf bllltard and pool
tables; high grade bowllna ;?!!.?>? t.;.
price*. MAR.. ____., 24 ijilon
vGN'KH AI__E_: <XJMPANY. manu
fa.tuivis nuperloi bllliard tables: Schae
>r cusl.lon*. 42d-st. and Broadway, 45
vjical Jones nt.
HANDERINE. for remeving stalns from
hand_ or fingers without injury to skln.
Send 15.. for trial tube. Paka CHEMI?
CAL *0.. 32 Winvn .-' . >.'.w York.
rPHOI.STEHING. sllp eovari and mat
tresses; nc ? and remaklng; nl.?o uphol
stery of all Kinds. A. L. SCHREIBER, for
ri.erly Bcbreiber A Dorn.-r. :W7 Amsterdam
ave. Telephone 4434?River.
< 1*M K*
ESTABU8H-TD istio. Bay tracfl ? mak.r
an.l save mir.ey. MarMe, *.ny . and GoU
Clocks. A bis line t*> sel.*-t rrom liig bat
galns. CLAKK .t SON. 42 Maiden Lan..
IMTKMMIl.li KOOMS TO LKT.
2"ll> SI'.. 2o EAST (oppoatte Madison
S*pi?re Park).?Suit*-. two rOMM and
bathroom; referencea _
OU8TAV KNAt'TH. manufxturer. 1?
John-.t. dlrect place to purchase your
flne demaatlc nnd imported cutlery ,>f everv
poa.lUu descrlpti.n. Repalrlng done la ail
Lianches at t?asunable pric-a
BOARD AND KOl^lS.
Slngle Insertions 5 cents per ?ne Slxteeo
words, seven times consecutlvely. $1. wcicn
entitles advertUer to have rooms entered ;a
The Tribune's Di.-e-tory of Desirable Rovias
for a period of fourteen uays. Writ. ior
Full Information concerning thesei rooms
may be had. free of charge. at the Lpt??n
Office of The New-York Tribune, 1,3-4
Broadway. between 36th and 3ith sts.
WHY go to a boarding house when you caa
cn.oy tba comforts of a well orderefl
hotel at exceedingly low summer rates.
Rooms. $1 per day and upward: room and
board. $14 l week and up ??*"?????
a la carte and table d'hote. HOTEL BR?
TOL 122 West 49th-s-. Telephone 481u?
A few cultivated people can m^JJ^
one of the elm shaded avenues of OT*W
modern. comfortably furnished rooma. wltn
French cuislne. by addressing Box W>. *-??
Orange P. O.. N. J. -
84TH-ST.. 60 WEST.?Exceptionally desir
able rooms: cool. well kept heusa; tab??
guests; summer rates; near park.
91ST-ST.. 48 WEST.?Large. ?m*ll-_.S!?
rooms; delightful locatlon. near ^?.
elevated. subway; excellent table. refer
n MADI5CN-AVB.?Uirge wms: prtvata
bath: with board; also other rooms. _am
llies ar.d gentlemen; references._
PRIVATE FAMILY. reflned home; escel
P Unt boar_r near Manhattan Brtg^on
Beaehes; moderate terms. -Address a^
rOMMODATIoN. Tribune Lptown Omce.
1.364 Broadway. __.
i^ERIOR AiXOMMODAT-OSS W*J-g
class table for *?ntl^V_.t _?&-?.
home of reflned party. JS6 West astn-ei^
83D-ST.. 60 WEST^I_-rK?. ??"??. n?&
furnished rooms; parlor dlning.
guests; references; telepl-C-ie._
I7t1_-I-. U6 EA-T-^Dwlrable1**??*
small rooms; exceptionally gooa ?
-^^~^A ?- V .S-ra-?-? 5S
room. connecttng or seP~J?,",,_18-ta
water; parlor dinla* rwm^JableJCWf:_
COOL CLEAN K^'^V;t ,'w rates: fcV
tlonal; summer months ?t_I,'___r_4i_-__-.
catlon Ideal. 187 Madlson-ave.. near 34tn-?.
SlBt_U*_>. .f. t}MV
An a?ed cr enfeebled ^J^.SS
nur-e or maid can have e?P~""_.?. Ever_
ind care at the Chateau in W-*r ? ij??
green Fark. Passa c. K. J ? ? _an* .'"^
room. well adupted. no*V?ca?.'_,,4Jnd
want to proIonK thelr lifs ta v.-oUn_UM?
enjoyment with qulet. reflned *'-?un<j??
and can pay the price. ".'-.'* *?? w?v
Aunt Ann Bett. IW year. old ha. HJ
off and on at the ChateauJ***" ,u^ound
wlth. comfortable room. ?n**r.f,lL*ci_ cara
ings. food prepared to su t ?nd -pac'???
Phe ls now visiting reiauv_>
w-ii p "
Zh? ANTiquE naantai ?*
CHANGE. lVlM West ?b-?t. "g
7th ave.. the ideal shop ferJ?**r?j3
antic.ues and seekers for b?[*_;"",lfl2?
pieces every descrlption. Remember. _-*?
ANTIQVE CLOCKS repalrlng - "fg***
JOHN H. AL>DICKS. dealer and ImportS*
MO lexington-ave.. corner 27th-at
AN I .! K sw~n bed; rar? and ?^?J
beautlfully carve-I. CHAs. K-^^jT
Curtosi-y ^h..p. 4S5 Lexington-ave . n. 47th.
graog anti_.es co.. ii- ^ ***??.
buys an! se!_ old raahogany. sllver, J?w
elry. Colonial chlna.
AT EBLE S ART GALLERY. 114 WEST
4-d-si . notr 6th-ave.?Artlque.. _?>?"??
old Jewels. silverware. rare fans. palntlnga.
miniatures and weapons. Old gold bought.
DI PALVO BROS.. anl
a-brac. Sheffle'.d and
,n .. fif .r 27t* -" Te'
_CX_L_IAl.a ART 8TORE. 5T Fla^ush
ave.. Brooklyn. Wood to hurn. __?_?
in burnt wood
At t Ol'N r.\NT_.
ARTHUR G. 1 _>^I_C_>ul7ie aocountant
and aud'.tor; wxclalty. eyatem devt.icg.
EOWARD GCNNBLL. certlfled public ac
eountant. *p_'talt*t ln .-._? cf maaufajt_
uring. 141 Broadwa.. Telephone IM?
, v ? ??. . i ? ?.. -. t ? - ?? ??:.. .,..:
? i- i-.: iits-iis 55 Llberu st. .*?
_.: . c "? : _ . :\a.!\ lt