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Miss Helen North Bogen
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I J TER engagement to Henry G. W. P arme le was annourpccd recently.
4 * She is a daughter of Mrs. W. Russell Bogert, of New Brighton,
Staten Islayid.
Lake Placid Draws
Record Crowd of
HoneynioonCouples
Majority of Camps Opened
for the Fourth; Noted
Educators Will Pass Sea?
son in the Adirondacks
Special Dispatch to The Tribune
LAKE PLACID, N. Y., July 2.?
Honeymoon couples have taken posses?
sion of Lake Placid in numbers ex?
ceeding the records of all previous
seasons, and the famous "Eden of the
Adirondacks" has temporarily become
"The Heart of the Honeymoon Hills."
About twenty newlywcds are at White
face Inn and an equal number have
their headquarters at the Stevens
House. There are many at the Lake
Placid Club, and each of the other
hotels, the Grand View, Northwoods?
Inn, Lakeside Inn, the Pines and the
Belmont, has its quota. When Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Herbert, of New
York, who have been married about a
year, arrived at the Stevens House for
a sojourn of ten days they were
greeted by their friends as honeymoon
ers and were overcome with congratu?
lations.
Campers have arrived daring the
week in large numbers, and most of
the camps will be open for the Fourth.
Dr. James R. Angel?, the new presi?
dent of Yale, is e.xj>ected soon at Glen
more, near Owl's Head Inn,. Keene
Center. He will be accompanied by
hi8 wife and son, and they have been
preceded by Miss Molly Angel?, his
di,ughter, who is awaiting them at
Hurricane Lodge.
Mrs. E. J. De Coppet, widow of the
patron of the famous Flonzaley Quar?
tet, has arrived and opened her cot?
tage, The Sentinels, at the Lake Placid
Club, She is accompanied by her
daughter, Miss De Coppet.
Mrs. George H. Notman, prominent
Brooklyn suffrage leader, has arrived
at the Notman summer place in Keens
Valley.
Dr. James R. Ray, former president
of Syracuse University, has arrived
with Mrs. Day and Miss Day at Lake
Placid Club, where they will pass the
season.
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Bernent and
Miss Bernent, of Philadelphia, have
opened Outlook cottage at Lake Placid
Club for the season.
Prof. Edward H. Griffith, dean of
Johns Hopkins University, arrived
Tuesday with his family at Camp Mid
wood, oh Lake Placid, for the season.
Among others who opened" their camps
on Lake Placid were Mrs. Csesar Cone,
widow of the founder of the model
cotton mills of Greensboro, S. C.j M.
L. Richert of New York, who has leased
Camp Birchwood, and H. P. Eels and
party, of Cleveland, who have opened
Camp Gull Rock.
William Hoffman and family, of
East Orange, arrived yesterday at
Camp Inwood, Whiteface Inn, which
has been occupied for several seasons
by the late Chief Justice and Mrs.
White.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Good, of Newark,
and Miss Ruth Good arrived this week
and opened Camp Ne-an-doc at White
lace Inn.
Mr. and Mrs, R. 0. Deyer and the
Misses Deyer, of New York, are among
the arrivals of the week at Whiteface
Inn for tho season.
"Honest John" Kelly and Mrs. Kelly,
of New York, who have been sojourn?
ing at Whiteface Inn, went down with
a party of friends to witness the Demp
sey-Carpentier fight, but will return
for the season at the Inn.
Dr. Henry L. Marcy jr., of Brook
iine, Mass... arrived Tuesday at Camp
Green Top for the season. Dr. Marcy
is commodore of the Lake Placid Yacht
Glub, and is busy with arrangements
for the opening of the season.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wrigley and
Mies Wrigley, of New York, have re?
turned for the season at Whiteface
Inn. The other recent arrivals from
New York at that hotel include Miss
Josephine V. Hall and Miss Bertha
Shivers, who have arrived for the sea
i ?on, and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Tuttle.
' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Schaf usa, Mr. and
Mrs. V. M. Graves, Mrs. George B. Rob?
ertson and Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Pater
son, who are making extended sojourns.
A convention attedded by 200 dele?
gate; from the Builders' Exchange, of
Cleviland, is in progresa at the Stevens
House, where the party arrived yester?
day. To-night they enjoyed a Madri
Gras party, Next Tuesday they will
engage in a baseball game and athletic
contests followed by a banquet and
musicale that evening.
Gifford Pinchot 2d and William P.
M*eker, students at tho Hopkins School,
were dinner guests this week at the
Stevens House of J. D. Brown, of Ath?
ens, Ohio, and the latter's nephew,
James B. Davis, of Cincinnati.
F. C. Squire's, Bon King and J. Hoff?
man, of Rahway, N. J., who annually
pass the season at the Stevens House,
have leased the Brewstcr cottage for
this summer.
Mrs. Joseph Slevin jr., of New York,
has returned for her annual sojourn at
the Stevens House. She is accompanied
by he? niece, Miss Grace Fitzpatrick,
fiS N*?.Voxk.
Sport Program for
Holiday Visitors At
White Sulphur
Mrs. Oliver Harriman Takes
Cottage at Virginia Re?
sort; Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Donohue Recent Arrivals
Svecial Correppoiuler.ee of The Tribun" |
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, July
2.?The arrival of a number of vis?
itors to spend the week end, remaining
over the Fourth, has helped to swell
?the summer crowds here, and a pro- '
gram of sporting events is scheduled
for to-morrow which promises to be
well attended. The summer season is
now getting into its stride. Mrs.
Oliver Harriman is now making her
first visit here, having taken a cot?
tage for the summer, and Mrs. Charles
Hopper, John Harriman and J. Borden
Harriman are with her. The party '
has been appearing on the golf links
almost every day.
Mrs. Daniel Bacon, who came on
June 1, is remaining for an extended
visit. Her son-in-law, John Aspegren,
who was here at the time, has since
returned to New York, and is now
with Mrs. Aspegren at Hauteville Villa
at Newport.
Among the many honeymooners here
in the last fortnight were Mr. and
Mrs. J. Philip Benkard, Mr. and Mrs.
Luther Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Russell Jones, all of New York. Mr.
and Mrs. Jones entertained very in?
formally at a dinner for six guests at
Kate's Mountain Club recently, and
Mr. Jones has taken part in several
matches on the eighteen-hole course.
Mr. and Mrs. Reed, the playwright \
and the film star, returned to New '
York this week. Mrs. Reed was Miss ?
Naomi Childers before her marriage a j
fortnight ago.
Among the latest additions to the j
cottagers are Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dono- j
hue, who are here from New York with
their daughters, Misses Julo and Bar- j
bara Donohue, and Master W. L. Burto.".. j
They wili occupy Casino Cottage, I
usually the summer home of Mrs. W. I
McKenna, also a visitor at White Su!- j
phur Springs the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richafd M. Cadwalader
and Charles M. B. CadwiHader, have !
returned to Philadelphia, after making
a short return visit here. They are
expecting to come back this summer
for a much longer stay.
The Chicago colony, which was un?
usually large during the Easter season,
is receiving many recruits these days.
Harold A. Howard, who was one of the
representatives of the Old Elm Club in I
the amateur tournament, has returned ?
with Mrs. Howard to occupy a cottage. I
Mr. and Mrs. Eliphalet W. Cramer, also
of Chicago, have returned.
Miss Natalie Y. Smith, one of the |
enthusiastic horsewomen of the colony i
during the April season, has come back. !
Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George F. j
Smith, are with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Worrall G. Clarkson jr.
are here from St. Paul on their honey- ',
moon. They motored to Elmhurst for
a Virginia dinner during the week.
Miss Virginia R. Harrison, daughter
of Francis Burton Harrison, onttime
Governor General of the Philippines, is"1
visiting her cousin, Mrs. Charles It.
White, of Baltimore.
Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, the daughter
in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Lewis,
is now in St. Augustine, but plans to
return in August to Colonnade Cottage,
which is taken for the summer by her
mother, Mrs. J. K. Wise.' Mrs. Wise re?
turned this week from a short visit to
New York with her sister, Mrs. Gra- '
ham Kenan, who sailed to pass the
summer on the Continent.
Mrs. Samuel K. Probasco has been
here as the guest of Colonel and Mrs. '
James R. Branch, of Richmond, who are '
occupying their summer cottage.
Albert B. Baker, of New York, took
part in a three days' tennis match,
playing with Bayless W. Haynes and
winning the cup for the doubles against
H. T. Withington, of Boston, and W.
Dewey Cooke, of Snvannah.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gay, accompanied
by Miss Georgette Taylor, are late ad?
ditions to the New York colony, and
motored out to Monroe Draft and Organ
Cave the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hendrix, of Chica- !
go, motored to Elmhurst for dinner re?
cently. Miss Olive Kahlo has returned
to White Sulphur Springs after s fort?
night's visit with friends in New York.
Mrs. Horace Marr, of New York and
Roanoke, is stopping at Mountain
Home with her email daughter, Dana
Marr, and is a frequent visitor at the
Greenbrier. Miss Marjorie Cowan, of
Louisville, Mrs. Quintard Taylor and
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Jones, were in
a horseback excursionrriding over High J
Top Mountain recent^ 1
Store Hours: 9 A.M.
to 5 P.M.
Telephone Main 6100
AND
INC.
BROOKLYN
Direct Subway Entrance
at Hoyt St Sta.
Use the A.&S. Crossway
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esday
Special for Children's Week !
Children's Summer Dresi
89c
A Sale for Children's Week !
Cunning Hats for Little Girls
$3.98 $4.98
CHAMBRAY and GINGHAM are the materials used in fashioning these cunning
wee dresses for the little girl's summer days. There are FIFTEEN STYLES in
the group, and as many color combinations and colors.
Prettily designed collars, some in contrasting colors to match little cuffs and other
trimmings. Pocket handkerchiefs may be tucked in little pockets. The hems are
wide and the dresses well made. Sizes 2 to 6 years.
A. & R.?Second floor. East
3.98 3.98
4.98 ^
V?
4.98
Vj
HICH shall it be?an Organdy Hat??a Gingham Hat??a Leghorn??or-'a boy?
ishly tailored Hat of Milan Straw with band and streamers?
They are all included in this Sale of.Little Prices. Cunning little Charlotte Corday
Hats and wee Shirred Poke Bonnets in delicately colored Organdies are $3.98.
Milan straw in wide or shallow-trimmed styles are $1.98.
Fine Gingham in coloied checks make the most adorable of Hats for wear with
cotton morning frocks, and dressy little models are made of finest Leghorn combined with
nets, laces, ribbons, etc., at $4.98.
A, Sz 8.?Mezzanine. East.
A Great Special Purchase of
200 Girls' Organdy Dresses
$5.95
They are delightful models?and so adapted to the
vaij?ng ages between 6 and 14 year?.
Swiss organdies are used in fashioning them, some in
plain colors?rose pink, pale yellow, etc., or figured or
embroidered. TWENTY DIFFERENT STYLES
in white and all the dainty Summer colors. Sizes
6 to 14 years.
Looking to the Days at the Beach!
ren's
or
A. & 8.?Second floor, Central.
for the Youngsters, 10c ea.
And bargains for the rest of the family, too.
Sports prints in a variety of colors that the youngsters
will like, and mull hemstitched handkerchiefs embroid?
ered in white or colors, veiy special at 10c ea.
Women's Imported Cambric Handkerchiefs, 19c, formerly 25c
and 36c. Hand embroidered in white or colors, or lace edged, with
lace inserta.
Women's Linen Handkerchiefs, 23c.
A handkerchief that regularly sells for more, embroidered.
Men's Colored Initial Handkerchiefs, 33c, from 48c.
And they were specially priced at 48c!
Men's Cambric Handkerchiefs, 8c. ca.
Slightly imperfect.
A. & 8.?Street floor, Centra!
Let them spend as many hours as possible
with their little Bathing Suits on?running through
the sand and water and picking up health for the
winter time.
At $1.98?One-piece all-wool Jersey Suits, buttoning over one
shoulder, in all the wanted colors, with contrasting bands around
armsizes and neck. Sizes 3 to 8 years.
At $2.48?Button-down-the-front all-wool Jersey Suits in heather
mixtures with contrasting bands for boys or girls. Sizes 12 to 14 years.
At $2.98?One-piece heavy Zephyr Wool Bathing Suits, buttoning
over one shoulder. All white, rose or Copenhagen blue. Sizes 2
to 6 years.
At $9.98?Girls' and Misses' Bathing Suits of all-wool Jersey,
one-piece, with pleated skirt. In dark colors with bright stripes in
pleats of skirt. Sizes 8 to 18 years.
A. &, 3.?Second floor, Centra).
For ike Youngsters' Day at the Beach!
19c, from 24c
Nothing that the kids enjoy more when they get out
to the beach than "making things" in the sand. And
all these cunning moulds??0 in each set?will be a joy
to them.
A. B. C. Sand Moulds?with 18 moulds, screen and shovel... .$1.59
Fitted .Sand Pails, with moulds, rake and shovel.65c to $1.74
Sand Screen, with mould and shovel. .25c to $1.74
Sandy Andy Toys, with sand crane and tray.$1.49
Brightly Colored Sand Pails... 5c to $1.69
Watering Cans, prettily colored. 25c to $1.69
A. & 8.?Fourth floor. West.
Specially Priced for Children's Wee\l
Little-Priced Underwear
for Babies and Girls Up to 14 Years
The Little Ones will need plenty of "undies" for the
Summer time whether you are taking them out of town
or staying home. This is an opportunity to supply their
nesds.
Baby's First Slips of soft Nainsook at 39c.
Short Dresses for Babies, lace-trimmed neck and
sleeves, hand-embroidered red yoke. 85c.
Children's Drawers, straightleg, finished with hem?
stitching and pin-tucking. Sizes 4 to 12 years. 19c.
Knickerbocker Drawers, embroidery-trimmed. Sizes
4 to 12 years, at 29c.
Children's Nightgowns, slip-over models in tailored
or embroidery-trimmed styles. Sizes 4 to 14 years, at 59c.
Children's Pink Cotton Crepe Nightgowns in slip?
over styles. Sizes 4 to 14 years, at 95c.
Children's Princess Slips, embroidefy-trimmed.
Sizes 8 to 14 years, at 89c.
Children's Pink Crepe Bloomers Sizes 4 to
14 years, 59c.
A. & 8.?Second floor, Kasi.
Very Specially Priced!
Misses' Long Silk Gloves
98c a Pair
Of course the long white silk gloves are essential for
Summer outfits for the younger young ladies-?and these
are priced at the smallest figure of the season. They are
all white, in tricot weave.
A. & 8.?Street floor, Central.
100-Piece American Porcelain
Dinner Sets,
$22.50 a Set
Reduced from $35.00
Decorated in a floral and gold border de?
sign on plain shapes?each piece has gold
line at edge. Complete Service for 12 people.
Quantity is limited to 40 sets.
American Porcelain Dinner Sets
Sale Reduced
Price from
20?100 piece, blue line design.$17.50 $27.50
20?100 piece, conventional border
design. 33.50 46.00
10?101 piece, conventional border
.design. 39,50 53.50
15?101 piece, conventional border
design and gold lino. 45.00 67.50
30?50 piece, white and gold band
design. 8.75 12.89
20?52 piece, sauare shape medallion
design.. 12.95 17.98
English Porcelain Dinner Sets
6?100 piece conventional border de?
sign..$29.50 $45.00
15?100 piece, conventional border
design. 45.00 65.00
15?100 piece, blue and gold band
. design. 47.50 75.00
15? 51 piece, all over design. 19.75 29.75
6?110 piece, blue border design.47.50 71.50
French China Dinner Sets
20?100 piece, conventional border
design.$55.00 $79.50
Japanese China Dlnnef Sets
6?100 piece, blue bird design.$37.50 $59.75
22?100 piece, wide biue border design 39.50 67.05
8?100 piece, coin gold band design.. 64,50 112.50
20? 52 piece, conventional border de?
sign. 31.50 47.72
A. & 8.?Subway floor. Central.
An Early July Sale of
K
sses
$4.75, $7.95, $8.95, $10.75
Fresh, new models in the prettiest colors?light and dark shades in solid colors; or foulard
patterned designs in wanted color combinations. A varietv of models to choose from at each
price. Sizes 36 to 44. Also extra size models at $4.75, $7*95, $12.95, $13.95 and $16.7 5.
A. & 8.?Second floor, Central.
A Great Reduction Sale of
airs Women^s Low
Shoes
Formerly $5.00 to $12.00
At least a dozen different styles are included in this remarkable sale of
finer shoes. All are taken from our own stocks, and though the size range
is broken in some models there is a complete range in the collection. SHOES
WILL BE PLACED ON TABLES ACCORDING TO SIZES.
Also Women's White Sports Shoes
$4.75 Pair
White canvas shoes in Oxford model, with stitched rubber soles and spring heels.
Women's One-Strap Pumps
$5.95 Pair
Reduced from $7.95 ?
Tan Russia and gun metal pumps in the smart one-strap models. Welted soles,
low heels. A full range of sizes.
A. & S.?Second floor. West.
Sensational Values in
9 x 12 ft. Rugs
These favorite size rugs reduced for this
big event from 20% to 30%. A large as?
sortment to select from, including Summer
and all-year-round rugs. These are the kind
of rugs that sell fast, so early selection is
advisable.
Summer Rugs
Sale
Price
Reduced
from
"Crex" Imperial Figured Grass
Rugs.$13.95 $18.50
Oval Seamless Heavy Rush
Porch Rugs. 21.95
Log Cabin Colonial Rag Rugs. 15.95
Reversible Wool-Fibre Rugs... 12.50
\i inch thick Heavy Fibre Rugs 13.95
Perfect "Klearflax" Linen
Rugs. 32.75
Reversible "Vogue" Grass
Rugs._. 12.85
27.75
21.00
16.75
19.50
54.50
18.50
All-Year-Round Rugs
Axminster Rugs, Heavy Grade .......
Seamless Tapestry Brussels Rugs....
Seamless Velvet Rugs.
Axminster Velvet Rugs.
Royal Wilton Rugs. 75.00
Best Seamless Axminster Rugs. 49.00
A & 8.?Third Boor. Ka?t
Sale Price
.$39.50
. 19.50
. 29.75
,. 29.75
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