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NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1916. CopVrW, " " TliiHnp nnd Publishing Aiiochtto.
GARDENS IN BERKSHIRES
EXHIBITED TO VISITORS
lilBaM iliaMU II IMi illiMI
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Thomas Shields Clarke's teaf
house garden at Fernbrook,
t.t.sox. Man. .Tuly 1-Mtntter of
thfl Garden Huh of l.cnox who had to
rombiat Ih backward ariiHon of the
Berkshire to firing their irarrieni to full
hbom and make h comparatively (rood
''icm-UiK In thc floral exhibition In the
Tii Halt were recompenced by the
rral?e of the delegates to the fourth an
nual meeting of the Harden Club of
Although the mats of midsummer
Mown of hardy flowers could not be at
tained, the various displays were natis
finc and showed the background of
ummer life, ' the grounds where the
Lenox cottager may entertain his
friend with a certain degree of exclu
lvenes. brick walls, concrete copings
and terra ootta flower pots, alt flooded
with (lowers, composition of terraces
nd fountains, harmonious with the Bet
t!nit of the villas.
It requires no Inconsiderable taste, ' llodfonl rial den Club. Mrs. Samuel Taft
!rt and forethought to obtain Just the, and Miss Isabella Pendleton of the flar
rlcht colt rings to complete the charm den Hub of Cincinnati. Ohio. Mrs. Max
f'f old gardens No slime was left un- MeMtirray and Mrs. lienjimln Howell
iiirffd by the owners of the Ilcrkslilr- of the Garden Hub of Cleveland. Ohio;
r I'l l I leu which would add to the beau- Mrs. Ixirenio 13. Woodhouse and .Mrs.
t'fu! plrtures their enrdens present, R. Hlfford Potter of the Kaslliumpton
(iiraml li.trr hurried the traimporta- , Uardeii Hub. Mrs. V. II. Hughes and
imn and erection nf a beautiful Tennes- Mrs, Henry 8. Jeanne of the Hardeners
e marble fuunlaln having a circular I Huh of Montgomery nnd Delaware
Sa'lr eiKht nxal panels aboxe carrying countle, f'ennvlvaiila.
dried linn's head, that the Mttlng of' Miss Fanny King McLane and Mrs.
r. .i?f garden .misiit ne correct ana ,iohn McHarry of the (Ireen spring liar
add another factor of lisnuty den Hub, Maryland, Mrs. Itcrtram N.
Tlie entertainment "f the delegates stump. Mrs. Martin 11. Itldgley. Mrs.
'.iL arranged b Thomas Shields Clarke, Jnnies I.. Hreee of the OiiMen Hub of
founder and president of the Harden Harford county. Maryland. Mrs. Benla
Huli of Lenox, at nhosc invitation the mln T Falrclilld nf the f!:irden Huh
Cirilcn Hub of America met In Lnox, of Orange and filtches counties. New
and M's. Iicrnhard Hoffmnh. The out- York; Mr. William !, Hlnnartl anil Mrs.
taud'ng features of these entertain- . Onrge Hlg-glnson of the Garden Club of
lent were the re-lotion by .Mr. and Illinois; Mrs. James Tlmpfon and Mrx.
Mr. Carlos M, de Hereilln In Wheat- , Henry Otis Chapman of thc Garden Hub
Iclch cnidciis Wednesday afternoon; of Lawrence, L. 1.. Thomas Shields
M" John i:. Alexandre's luncheon for dnrke and Ur. W. Oilman Thompson of
tlif olllcers and deleg.ites, Mrs. 0car the Garden Hub of Lenox ; Mrs. S. Kdson
l.nlsl's tea. Mr and Mrs. Daniel Hie.- Cage and Miss Alice R. Kingsbury of thc
tee French's studio tea at llrookslde, Garden Hub of Lltnhfleld, Conn.: Mrs.
Oeat Kairlngtmi, and the conslnnt de- !,.nJiunln Warren and Mrs. Andrew H.
I-Rlit dinl many visits of the delegates nreeu. Jr., of the Garden Club of Mlrhl
ti Miss Adcle Knceland'a conipli tc sar-'gun; Mrs. Henry U. Methane and Mrs.
n at I'alrlawn, j0l,n Morgan Wing of the Mlllbrook Gar-
There iie thirty-five gardens open to . aen Club; Mrs. Hugh U. Auchlncloss of
the delegates. They Included the n,e Garden Association of Newport, L.
nin nt ro terrace conservatory and spe-
eUlIN h) brld orchid houses of Mr, and ' vrs. Knileii ftoosevelt and Mrs. Fred
Mrs Itobert W Paterson, the gardens rr'c, prRu of the North Country Garden
aiid cicHiihouse nf .Mrs. John K. Parsons f-;uii f ; ng Island; Mrs. J. Willis
t Intcrlaken. the formal garden of Mr. Mnrlln. Atr.is Ernestine Goodman, Mrn.
.Mr. Albert H. Shattuck at Wiilte Arthur Middle of the Garden Club ol
l-'dge. the picturesque garden nf Mr Philadelphia; Mrs. Archibald D. Husell
snd Mrs. Thomas Shields Clarke at Fern- rI Mrs. a. MtCllntocI; Hanill of the
brook, the formal and perennial gardens (.uu;e club of Princeton, N. J.: Mrs. A,
of Mr and Mrs. Harris Fnhncstock at nurion Hepburn and .Miss Madeline 1).
ru.voer. Mrs. Kdward Spencer's new Smjt, tlf the nidgefleld Garden Hub of
iden at Shlptnn Court. Jlr. and .Mrs. Oonnectl.ut: Mrs. Kvrrett I.. Crawford
Jim, w Whlstlfi's small rustic garden i , Mrs. William Crclghton Peet of the
t Hidden IIoimp. the formal gardens of n..(, (jarden Club: Mra. Francis (. Lloyd
Mr and Mrs. Newliold Morris nt Broad- f)f ,lft ,jar,ien club of Homeisct Hills,
hurst, and Mr and Mrs. Olraud Foster ,v, j Mrs Thomas H. Barber and Mrs.
t llellefountalne. (.eter , Wyckoff of the Garden Hub
Htnekbrldge gardens opened to the of southauiptou. U I.: Mrs. ICdward n.
"'legates embraced (lie formal garden 1 iCnnck and Mrs. William K. Wall
et .Mr and Mrs. Joseph II. Clioatc at I bridge of the Short Hills. N. J., Garden
Nainnkeag, .Miss Kmlly Tucltermtin' I ciub. Mriti Frederic A. C. Perrlnc and
inrormnl garden at the Old Place. Miss , .,. i,. -ort of the Garden Club
On the links at Lenox.
Ellen King's old fashioned garden at
Punnyalde, the gardens of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles .. Mellen, Mr. and Mil. Carta
fl Gersdorff, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wood
of Trenton. N. J.: Mrs. Chaplin Ilobln-
son and Mrs. Jack Lymlngtnn of tbo
(Jardeii Club of Twenty, llaltlmorc, Mra.
John I). Schooinnkcr and .miss .wiry
ward Haen, Mr. and Mrs. Uernhard "HnidBiie of the IIIhUt. N. Y., Garden
Hoffman. Miss Marlon Hague.
At Pltlslleld and Palton delegates
lltrd the, formal garden and green
hoi. nf Mr. and Mrs. Warnn M. Halls
trnry at Tor Court, Informal and rus-
'! gsrdens of Mr. and Mrs. John Alden
Club: Mrs. H. C. tlroome and Mrs. H. A
Appletou of the Warrcnton, Va., Garden
Club; Mrs. F. Von A. Caheen, Jr., and
Miss Catherine Dixon of tho Wcedcrs,
Mr, and Mrs. Samuel rintiiingnani
Spoor st Hlythewood Farms, the Holmes-1 urt Mr ,,;, MrH F:het h-t,v,.M s
-.- ru m .ir aim re. wiiiiani .uf,w ,1 overlee. gave the Ust of ttleir
follockanrt 'the gardeus of Mr. and Mr. , rlc,.inllu,,.tN .t the Lenox Club. Mr.
' 'lane miss Hara L. 'rane u . M Newbold Morrla gave n dinner.
Hid Miss Gerirude Watson. At Tyring
''no, tho heaullfiil ganlens of Mr. and
Mrs. Kiuiyer Harlisou wern shown: In
l.'e, those of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllaril I.
Smith, and In Glendale the gardeim of
Mr and Mrs. Ulchard It. Howker.
The hnipltallty nf Ihe Lenox Club In
et.terlalnlng the delegates ami non-dele-tes,
more than 150 pcrsit'S, at lunch
"n iah very much appreciated. Tables
ere sot on Ihe porches a I the clubhouse.
V'nilliir feature of thn convention wna
h exhibition of laulern slides under
Hif dlriTllon of William lall Wulkii1,
'he TIev Joseph It. Lynes and 8. Cobb
''olemaii, who have upeclallxed In color
Plioliir.iiliy. The slides were of Herk
Tlifi iMrgatcn to the convention were
Mrs. Samuel H. Mari-liall and Mrs.
fieorge Alt of the Albemarle Garden
Huh of Virginia. MIiih Kllxabeth L.
Hart and Mrc Albert l', 1(11. dilo of the
in.ilL-ur GardenrrH Club nf llaltlninre,
Mrs. Daniel Oultk of the (Union Huh
f Ann Arbor. Mich., Mrs. Arlhur II,
ftcrlhner and Mlna Dell, Marble of the
a did Mr. and Mrs. Carlos M. de
Iloiike partlea have been arriving the
last of the week for tho holidays and
seveial special affairs have been
scheduled. Mrs. J. Frederick Schetick
lias it large house party, Mr. aiul Mis
Geoic K. Turmire, Mr. and Mrs. David
T. Dana, Mr. and Mm. Itoss W. Wlilktler.
Mil. John 11. Alexandre, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Newbold Morris, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry
H. Peane have house KUfSts.
To hold the Interest of young people
tho water sports will be held Monday
afternoon. There will he seven evenls.
Miss Anna It, Alexandre, Ml liinn
Turnure, Mlus Anita Dclatleld. .Mlw M,
Hvlllfte Alexandre, MIkb Helen Itlce,
Mimes Alma and Josephine de Gersdoiff
will couvn'te In Ihe csnoe taces.
Fireworks and a dunce at the. Iike
Mahheiiac lloatlng Hub, a dance at thn
Lenox ('lub, and other social rvrnls arn
arranged for the young people, Fur tho
elder there will be number of lin
B. Lindsay Fall fax, son of Mr. (1x1
Mio. Llndsaj Fairfax, who will marry In
England July 6, .Miss MatWn Chester
Metis, daughter of an Kngllsh professor.
Is a grandson of the late Col. John Wal
ter Fairfax, who was chief of staff for
Gen. LonKMreet, On the maternal side
he Is a direct descendant of Gov. William
Bradford of the Plymouth colony. Mr.
Fairfax will sail with hts bride Julv IS
and on arriving will offer his services to
hit. country in tho even! of war. He
fMiss Kneeland's terraced gar
den at Fairlawn, Lenox.
Pumpelly, lth Mrs. KJnards Spencei
Ml! s Louise Shrlton .Hid Miss Fttiel Ben
ton Smith, with Mr. and Mrs. Banyer
Clarkron; Dr. and Sirs. Frederick It.
Sturgls. with Mr. and Mis. Frank K
Rturgls. the Misses Anne It. and Caroline
I Itoy Webb, with Mrs. John L Ahx-andre-
Mr and Mrs. Kben Stevens, with
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Frothlnrhnm. Miss
i Anna D. Meigs, with Miss Kmlly W.
The Rev. Anson Phelps Stokes arrived
I at Shadow Hrook Farm, following the '
Yale commencement, for the sean:n. Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. S. Bfnwn of Youngstown, O..
opened the Tanner cottage. The arrivals
In the south part of Berkshire Included
Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson. Mr and
Mrs. Franklin I.. Glddlngs, Mrs. John
Pelraon. Mrs. W. Stanley Hill. Mr. and
Mrs. Godfrey A. S. Wieners. Mr. and Mrs. i
W. M. Jenkins. Dr. and Mrs. A. C.
Combs, Mr and Mrs. F. It. Durrlngs.
Henry Livingston Lee. a fnrmr I enox
cottager; Sussex D. Davis, E. Grlswold
Hnlllster, Mrs. William Cary Sanger. Mls
M ry II. Sanger. Mrs. J. Kugene Itobert.
Mlhs Kvellne H. Ilnbera, Edmund K. Bob
ert. Miss H. Dorothy Booraem. Mrs. Ken- '
n.'lh Moore, Miss Annie Perrtne. Col. and
Mrs. Walter II. Chatfleld and Mrs.
George Crompton arrived at Curtis Hotel
Mr and Mrs. Amos Cottlng Pchermer-
horn. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Fish B n-
' 1 - I . . I t .. t t fl r a.
jiiniio .toil i i .tini .iii. iirory I .iaqu(S
been In Kngliuid since July, 1915. insist
Ing the Duchess of Hull Hid In ambulance arrived at the Lenox Hub.
work for the wounded Mrs. Oscar laslgl has been elected
Prominent guests In the lllfia are Mr. chairman of the Stockbrldge branch of
and Mrs. George W Board man. Mrs the Massachusetts Special Aid So.'.ety to
Joseph Fahys, Miss Ixittle Worthlngton I nrslst In preparedness. Mrs. Kdwa'd
with Mr. and Mrs. Itobert W. I'atcrum ," H. Owen Is treasurer and Mr. Ovules 5.
Mrs. Grcnvllle B. Wlnthiop with Mrs. W Hull, secretary.
Koscoe Bonsat ; Jtrs. Meredith Bead Miss Flhel F Folsom Is chairman,
'Mrr. Robert Huntington, Mrs. Harvey Mrs. Joseph S. Whistler, treasurer of the
Spencer. Miss Mary L. Spencer. John , Lenox branch of the American Fnr.d for
Meredith Bead 4th, Prof. Lawrence ' the French Wounded.
ROADS IMPROVED IN
' and Mrs. J. Malta White. Mr. am) Mrs.
J Walter Wood. J. W. Wood. Jr, W,
Donald Wood nnd K. .1. W Wood. Mr.
nun Mrs. II. II. l.arrlsou, Mrs, Mnr
girct l.v.-riFnu and D. Larileon, Mr.
.il'd Mrs. C. II. Williams, Mr and Mr.
i 1. K. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. J, F. Mont-1
Fomeiy. Dr. and Mrs. A F. SehauffW,
, . ... , i Mie. John S. Kennedy, all of New Yoik;
1111(11111111110 ToUrilljr SpaSOIl Mi', and Mrs. Fred Kaiser. Brooklyn.
I arriving mis wtea at ine ninriair were
Mr, and .Mrs. George It. Crawford of
'Westchester, N. Y and Dr. and Mrs,,
'I. K. Brown of Brooklyn.
I Mrs. K. P. Woodworth and Mrs, C, F
I Price of New York are nt Maplehuret
ll.'thlehrm. awaiting the completion or
tl fir bungalow. Miss R. R. Depue of,
Ntwark Is registered there, Mr. and
Airs. Alvln K. Ile and family of Hrooli
lyu are at Tunier'a Tavern until their
On in Knpiipst, With Now
Hoiifes Open to Visitors.
Biin-ToN Woons, N. H July 1.- -Tour-li
u by automobile has brought many to
toi! While Mountains with the opening
of summer. The roads through the vll-
l.iijea are being oiled ami from Colebrook l' fe l completed
... rM....m ......i. .11- - '
o I'lAYoin .-Noii-o. ii oiiiiuite Ol leu
ii'ilea, the roads will be oiled alt the
way. Too few know of the charm of
n day's motor trip to I., st River near
Xorlh Wooihitocl;, Ihe Stale road to
which was thiown open last year.
Col. nnd Mrs. It. A. Swleert. who
me now at Camp Palmetto on Moose- '
head Lake, In Maine, will arrive shortly
to open their summer h me, Sinclair
Lodge, near the Sinclair Hotel,
Dr. A. McNeil Hlilr and Mrs. Blair,
who Hpenl the winter at Southern Pines.
N. ('.. have opened their house at Beth
lehem. Other cotlageis nrrlWng eaily were
Mr.". Annie Tliompion and family of
i 'louct'Hlef, .Mans. ; Ailhiir G Schmidt,
t!i- IIokIoii iiiiihIii puhllNhcr; Ihe Misses
Spark.'i and Okie of Laliewood, N, J,:
WlllUm II. Hill of Hilcago. George H.
II iIhoii of New Haven, ttncl W, Poore,
!:- I'tdcnl of the (lardolil National Bank
of New York, mid bin family; Fredcr
li',( Bruce and MIkh Mary Bruce of
New York, Mil's Grace Huhn of New
oik, Mr. ami Mrn. Henry Waldeck of
Among tourists by automobile regis
tering at the Mount Pleasant at Brettou
Woods tho eurlieat of tho larger hotels
to open this BC.'iaon. have been the fol
lowing; Mr, nnd Mrs. George L. Beer,
Miss Beer ami Mitts Ota, Mr. and Mrs,
J. II. Hays nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. II. H.
Hnyn of Amsterdam, Mr, and Mrs. Will
lam Vocnl, liroolilyn ; Mr. and Mrs. W.
A Young, A, D. Messier, Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Hose and Mrs, A. II. Barker, Mr,
nnd MrH. .1, F. Workmn, Miss -Wnrkum,
.Mlsa Smith, Mr. mid Mrs. ('. A. Pitman,
FHthcr Stuart Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. Ku
Ki'i.e Gardner, Mr, and Mrs. J. A, Mtiu
rev MIhs Vlda Kc.'Icm, Mr. and Mr. W.
T. Wright. It. T. Savage. Helen Rush
MtQulim, Mr. and Mm. W, L. Archer.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln l. Hays, Mr, and
Mis. Charlfs H. Brand. Mr, and Mrs,
F. M. Ulodgett, I-ouls C. Roegener, Dr.
MANY AT LAKE 8UNAPEE.
Ilolela and Cottngea Well Filled
for lb Holidays.
Lik Su.vArrr, N, H,, July l
Tim summer season around Lake
Sumipco has opened with a full swing.
Tin hotel report many early at rivals,
Willi full bookings for the coming
The "Lake" Is still holding Its te.ord
for (lulling and one of the bent catcher
of the neck was a three and one-half
poutul tiout laken by (1, B, Alderman
of Springfield, Miihs.
Mr and Mrs, K, J. Connelly of Now
Yot'c city are at their rnltase at
Mr. and Mrs, W C. Mathews and Mr
and Mrs, It. G. Knotvles of New York
city have. rented the Hiawatha cottage
at BlnlRett's I, Hiding.
Soonlpl Park lxdge opened Its searnn
laFt week. Among tho arrival are
Mr. and Mr. It. R. Stoata of Brooklyn
and T. S. Tallmt of Manhattan.
Among the arrivals at Georges Ml I In
are Airs. Georgo Nostrand, A. McLcod,
Mr, and Mrs. A. Relsa and family, Mr.
and Mrf. ('. Lean, Mrs. C, B. ICmpey, all
of Manhattan, nnd Mr. and Mrs, W F
Osborne of Brooklyn.
Many New Yorker are registered a I
tlie Granlhleu Hotel this week, Including
Mrs, K. L. Fnlleiuiou, Mla K. L. Cleaver,
Mr, and Mrs. C, Gluason, Mr. mill Mrs.
C. L-ar. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Schall. Mr.
and Mrs. C, Fade and family, Miss !'.
Heller, Mr. ami Mis, W. F. Archer, Mr.,
L. Wolf, the Mlsse Kleanor and M.u
At Sunnpce Harbor are W. V. Cuills,
Mia, A, Dnrman, Mr. P. Clayton, K. M,
and M. M. Sparka. Mra. It. W. Cooney.
Mr. and Mr. B. If. Uataa and Hla Mar
Abraham Ic Straus
Private Subway Entrance
at Hoyt Street is quickly reached
!iy Brooklyn I;xpref, as follows;
217th St. (li'way) SI mln.
180th St. (Itronx) 4H mln.
OCth St 25 mln.
72d St .. 22 mln.
Crand Central ... 17 mln.
UthSt . . 1,1 mlc.
(Irookl)n llrldge 9 mln.
Howling Jrcrn 5'imln.
Beginning Monday. July
3rd, and on other business.
days until September 1st.
Store will open at 9 A. M.
and close at 5 P. M. Satur
day's, Store will close at 12
On Tuesday, July ltd,
Store will be closed all day.
June has gone, with a
olume of business to its
credit that has put the Store
records for all previous
Junes far in the shade.
Now comes Julyand we
know enough about it in
advance to be sure that it is
going to prove as rich in in
terest to our customers' as
the month just past.
It begins with a bang,
with a busy day brimming
with stirring events. These
include the July Rug Clear
ance, news of which and of
other important occurrences
is duly 'set forth on the two
Please remember that,
besides the attractions of
well-kept up Summer
- many clearances and spe
minimum prices on re
there is thc additional charm
of doing your shopping in a
Cool Summer Slore!
The Great July Clearance
of Fine Wilton Hugs
Whittall, Hardwick & Magee, Bigelow
Hartford and Other W eaves High in Favor
$21,388 Worth, Reduced to $16,627
Hvery home-furnisher knows that Rugs of the famous makes named above can
only be sold under price twice a year, when thc mills are dropping from their new
catalogues thc patterns which will not be continued.
Therefore, these same wise home-furnishers never fail to seize this half-yearly
opportunity to buy such standard Rugs when they can make such clearly defined savings
on the regular stiffly maintained prices.
This is what will happen in thc July Rug Clearance which begins on Monday.
Such of these fine Rugs as we have in our stock arc reduced in price, and along with
them, for the sake of a richer assortment, are many of other favorably known makes--
542 Splendid Rugs in All
langing in size from a little Mat to thc big room-size Rug.
So that our customers may know exactly what the great advantages of this event
aie. we give a partial itemized list of quantities, qualities anil sizes:
Small and Medium
ijii.'inttt 1 i r.uli'
-., Illiii'lon Willon
I.", Kimball Wilton
.'7 Hartford S.non)
.. I'lnc llton
'I M-anili'v, Ar.ilili"
; Wlndwir Wll'on
,"1 namli' Arahii'
v ti 1 i n
1 ' .1 1
l.K 7'4 ft
I , '.I fl
4 Am', ri
II X n fl
li r 7 i fl
1 1 im
:;... 1. in
j 1 .VI
t xr-amlevt Arable 0 l ft T rn
. Sf.unlt -" KoiiImU i tl It .11 : 1 1
'. WimlMir Wilton r. ft tv in
I i Klriiian Wilton 0 ' It 1 1 Ml
iiiil.tMun r, !l ti I I Ml
II '.liKi'lon Willon iifnio', ft I 1. 1
Kxtra Large Sizes
Ii lllui'lnw S iltoti
I N'.iii'.lf Arabii'
17 llmiforil Saviny
I llkilow Wilton
I Mnnan llion
I II it . a I Worriti r
III. .Ml 4 IliHc'Inv, Wilton
i ;..-. :l i.nUMan Wilton
ll.'.ii I tmto I'itm.iii Wil
SliHir. I,:i'l llullilln.'
s7 I HI
III I M I
and $3.50 Panama Hats at $1.89
, From Adamha. Japan. All Clear. Snowy White. Blocked in
.the Mannish Sports-Styles Now in Fashion.
I With round or telescope crowns; with plain or pencil edges.
Undeniably the smartest, most practical Hat- for women's
i sports wear.
1 Sale of $1.00 to $1.50 Untrimmed Hats at 39c.
I In a great variety of larRe and small shapes. Black imitation Itair Hats.
I with wide HanRCs; while Milan Hats in -ailors and miti-ltroom stles-!
I Milan and plain hemp Hats in larce mid medium shapes. All color? 1
Also a number nf kr,horn Huts in tho collection
Just Received! Imported Imitation Black Paradise Feathers.
At 69c, SSc. and SI. 2!): in lone swetpitu: effect r clusters. White
knockabout telt Hats tor "liio i nttrin arc r.ir. cnu n-.ir.
Exquisite While Satin and I'elccl Trimmed Halt at $4.95
In Hundreds of Styles That Rival llifih Priced Creation!
Fvirrnplv lari'c. cvtrcinclv small, and all thc cradntinns ol size hctttcen; I
in sailors and incomes, jockey Hats and pokes, mushroom and mllint; i
I brim stles of every description.
Some entirely of white satin, inanv of the combination.
Mezzanine and -strn-t tloori I'.a-t U nl c
25c. Printed Voiles, 1 6c. Yd.
' We have taken our entire collection of these beautiful 38
inch Voiles, in this season's patterns and reduced them for,
the first time to this very low price. There is a full range of
new and desirahle designs and colorings in full pieces not
discarded styles or short lengths. A most remarkable Sale.
' indeed. Store orders only.
I Attractive 27-Inch DreHs Cinghams. 7c. Yd.
Stripes. Checks and Plaids in a fine assortment in lengths
Of 10 tO 20 yards. mwi and ulia door. Wi-l lliiililiu:
A Sale of Women's Summer Dresses
Makers' Clearances Bought at Great Concessions
$7.50 to $10.50 Dresses $12 to $17.98 Dresses
For the makers of these Summer Frocks it is preparation time for Winter. 1 he lovely
Summer Frocks in which women are now appearing like radiant Mowers are to be secured)
with thc magic wand of "cash at once" at astonishing reductions.
We waved the fairy wand, and here arc thc dresses right in time to be packed into thc ,
vacation trunk. The woman who anticipated buying one or two dainty Voile Frocks may!
secure two and three at the same expenditure.
Such Ruffles and Ritrihujit and Fliiliinjs and Slu'r'ini
Velvet Ribbons, Satin Saxlns, Onjandic Collars
Corded Over-Skirts, AY Rufflimjs, Dainty lint tons
Some show stripes entirely of floral patterns; some are entirely of exquisite figured Voiles;
some alternate printed with white Voile in the skirt and bodice.
There is a bouquet of colors like an old-fashioned posy, Women may came expecting
the loveliest Frocks they have ever seen priced $."i.7.r and $7.J)S.
' SiMiiiul floor (Vnir.il Hullillna.
$ 1 .25 to $ 1 .08 Silk Remnants, 80c. & 08c. Yd.
Accumulated Lengths Each One a Bargain
Nearly every good kind of silk is in this collection, including those that are in
great demand at present, every length a bargain.
50-wi7j Xavij Blue Taffeta Special I' rice $2.00 Yard
$1.49 La George Crepe, $1.19 Yard
Another lot to be sold hi ihir special and very low pries. Thc color ate principally flesh, pink,
rose, navy, Copenhagen, while, iuiry nnd black.
All Silk Shirting Silks, 7!)c. nnd UKc.
Splendid collection nf these splendid Shirtincs Silks. Colors arc absnhilcK fait
All Silk Shirting Crepe de Chine, $1.79
$2.25 Embroidered Crepe dc Chine,
All silk crepe, white grounds, embroidered in
colors; double width.
.'15-Inch All Silk Dlack Mcssalinc, 89c. Yd.
40-Inch, $1.25 Yd.
Two unlendid wcan'iiu una I i ti for waists and I did triide.
dresses, fast colors; can be used also for bulimia
suits, salt water proof.
A. & S. Black Satin. $I.9S Yd.
Fur balhinc suits; all silk' suit water and pot -spiraiion
$1.(19 All Silk Taffclit, SI.-19 Yd.
40-inch wide dress laffeia, in black only hplen-
t .1 i m -i i til Mln i Wr.M H'lilclmi:
Silk Jcrso) Sport'i Snili fur
Siiond Moor Central Hid
Si lli cs. ri'Ctilarly S17.50. now SI 1.
Fourth floor. K.kI Hid';
SS Cniirli Hammnrkx at S0.!)S.
Fonrlli floor ttt-o Hid.'
.Iapuneip Porrh Screens. IS ft.,
1 t-inch r-lnl. 72c: ' -Inch .111". !M".c
Third Moor Crntri' llldi:
ll'.ick.ili.irk Tor-.Sro!rh all llnrn.
hemmed. Mlc. L'tr. and U.",e. e.irh.
Street Mmi- Central Itlda
"I'tisrilla" Coffee, .b. nirtm,
re-B. ."!".. at 1"t-.
T,!ir, floor NV.i 111 ':
.V.i-. anil SI. II) Stnmpftl l.inen
('entrciierei. 7r. and fiSr.
"ivo-id four WV.i in in
Voile FlnuncinT-i. to imhiw il",
ri'tfitl.Tlv !Sc. reilttred to ".!i-. t).
lreet four eentre Cenlr.it III li-
.lOr. In t!lr. While Fabrics. 2!le.
Street Itoor l.iMna-lon i Cen' Hid;
Men's SI Shirts, f-.tc.
St, rlo.ir Pi, i in ri Tfl. tt .1-
7!c. Ml-Wnol Storm Scrw, .".: .
Street Mo i- I m-I u .i Cent HI II-
S2.",fl tliunni lilend ( itrnr. Sl.71
Street IIihi- Men' liop H lit llliltf
Nijjhlgimii at L'Cic Slip. o it
"eeoiHl II lor t,..l
Men's llltie Ser'.'o Suits, SIO.'O.
ffpiTid floor t. hnp n;,,t t..f
While Tub Sill, IVltir.iuN of
shadow-proof variety. SI. SC.
S'eennd MiKir. n.i-t HMu
XI St:t.7t. :nv Slrlped Taffel.
Dtes'seii for jonnt' noiiien,
Sii'ond floor Central lll.l-
t'lenrnnrp nf Wonieti's t'onli i"
SS.in. S12.!l.-, and SIC,.').-,.
"eonil Hour Cenn.il lllili;
S.'t..ri0 and $." Ilaml Kntlirnidrred
foliar nnd fitff Sets m S.r,n nn I
Strivt Moor Cmtral Itld.
Women' fordnroi SklrN, SL,.'.'.
Item.irkably iiood values.
Seeond Moor. Cenlr.il HliU
Women's Kid Pumps, .:.!)." 'r.
A cleiiriilire of Sl.ilS "rniliw.
Seeond Moor Mot 1 1 1 1 fs
S.1,2."i Cut t;i.iss ompoles. S2.t!)
Sillm.o Moor. Central lllda
I'eerless Ire Creitm I'reeers, l-it
si.e, SI, tit. Also other .!(.
Suliw.iv Moor l'..it iiri
CampitiK lllanl.ets uorlh one.
third more, desirable rnlors, tnni'
ln from 2.2r, to SI 0.7.1.
Suha Moor. Wim lli.i.-
Moire Taffi'ln Itililions, 'je. t.
Street Hour, eenlre. Kai llldu-
2lc. Montnuk ('liocolate llrmil
was, l!(r. I!i,
Street tloor. renlre C'oiril ink
.No. 2 UroMiile fnini'ra, list prtre
:!. at SI..V.I.
street floor l.h nri-i mi -i Cein 111 u
llojh' Washt-.hle suit-. '.Me.
seeond tloor, l.ltiinXnn I '' !"'U
SiiihIhIcIi IIii"-. i" fr I
Siilos.n If I ' 1 I'1 lii
linil.ili.iii shell Motor I,,,-.
j. .rrl flnnr I .