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THE SUN, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1910.
GOLFERS AT LENOX
IN MOTION PICTURES
Hrs. Carlos M. l)c Hcrodin Of
fers I'ri.os for Woman's
I.txot, M.i'H.. Sept. !. Wrnthcr Meat
f,r tporlH lurtil iiuiiy In Iho cminlry
t!ul to-il.iy. (Solf wim In IiIrIi favor.
Wl.ll.ini II. " I'lclit innk molloii pictures
of the (tftlliiK mi this Lenox courso. This
iftrrnoun there wan u i:itr chne hy
jouhk rUer?, the run lielnic over tlie
tMtrn l:ut of U'linx. Hiding after the
ItadfM tie the MIhscm I'arftonx,
ThTt.a .ui'l Lee lllggltison. lteiitrlce
)ll5hp. J"'1" I!. J'.irKDim 3d, Girauri loon
ier. Jr., .(' I Jwreiive Turnure,
lr. I'.irloit M. Ie llereJI i Iium offered
jirlifi for u vviun.in'a liundlcap icoirtmir
Mtmil! tu hn held at the I.0110X C'lut)
nt week. William H. 0kooi Kleld
offered a l'Hro for u lioyH1 golf tour
r.jinnt for hoys under 14 jear.
Mrj I'eorne 11. He Oerjdorff nf New
Turk 'mid Mar.hall It. Kernoclmti of
IUtfieM " th mixed tcnnln doubles
In the llorkehlre county chnnipl'inMilpa
it t'lttMlcM ihla uflernonn. defeating Mr.
and Mrs. A. II. Clmpin of Springfield.
J 7, t 5 Mm. l.e tlersdorft tout the
m Oman's iha nphmthlp, wlilrh title alio,
defended, being beaten by Mr?. Cliaplu,
At the Mimi.il meeting of the. Laurel
Hill Association thlH afternoon In Stock
bridge the officers' elected wero Alexan
drr Sedgwick, president; Joicpli It.
C&oate, Hobert It. Howker. Frederick
Crownlnshleld. vice-presidents; Miss .g
r,M W. Canning, secretary; llulph K.
Mrc John K. Alexandre and Mr. nm!
Mr... John It. Trevor entertained ut dln-
LUNCHEON AT HOT SPRINGS.
Ml" I'rndeiipc Slrrrr Hntrrtnlna
fur lloaae (laeit.
Hot Hiiunos, Va., Sept. 9. Miss Pru
dence Sterry gave u luncheon to-day at
the Pillar for Mlxs Louise. Wise of Wil
mington, N. C, a niece of Mrs. Henry M.
Flagler; Mrs. William Hturgls nnd the
Mlssew Caryl Hackslaff and lather Tier
of New York and Harriet Smith ulid
Lucy Illodgct of Providence, who arc
spendlnn tlm week with her. Other
gueMn Invited were Mrs. ltenrv Cosier
Steers, Mrs. Angler It. Duke, Miss j
i.inuys ingaus nun .Mr. George, Cole
Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Cosier Steer,
who were married lust week at Hye. N.
Y arc at the Homestead tor their hon
eymoon. Mrs. Steers was Miss Lillian
Adele Palmer, daughter of Mr. und Mrs.
tleorge Uulntard Palmer of Portchcstcr,
WHITE SULPHUR ARRIVALS.
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE.
Mr. and Mr. Janira AV. Osborne
Kntrrtaln at Tea.
Whitb Ht:tJiifB KrntNO". W. Va.,
Sept. H. James A. lllalr, Jr., of New
York has returned and Dr. O. K. lo
Hchwelnltz of Phllaitelphla has tMmo
flown for tho cure. Dal win P. Parker
of Cleveland, tlayiird T. Jelllsoti of lllch
mond and Walker Hill of tft. Louis came,
to-day. .1, tCHlH Holtnian of New York
him Joined Ii!h wife.
An nuctlon party and luncheon were,
given last evening In tho tlrccnbrler
by Paul Watson of llostnn. His guests
wen- .Mr. and Mrs. J. Hay Flick. Mrs.
ll.irker (luiuinere, Mrs. ('h.trtc Howcy,
(eorgo It. Sheldon and Mullor Ury. Mr,
Watson left for Huston this morning.
Mr. and Mis. James W. Oebortio of
New York rntertulm-d at tea yesterday
afternoon nt the Casino.
FINDS RUSSIA KIND
TO HER PRISONERS
alANTllltSTKII. Vt.. Kent, a .Arrli-,.1.
by aiilnmnMIe ut the Itiiulnox llnu.: Mr.
sin! Mrs. I.elir Wnlnon, IliiKinn (C.ullll.ir) i
Mr. und Mrs. lMnaiil II, Wine, Mr tin it
Mr, K. Ilecs, New York illtidnnm. Mr.
ami Mrs. John 1. O'ltnilrtdl Minx O'lt.iuta.
I. f U'ltonrke, Jr. (I'linlmrrsl ; Mr. uni
Mr. L A, Dolitrly, N'ornHlk, Conn (Cd
lllsc), Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Flint. Mr nni
Mrs. V. C llvne. New Vork (lleo); Mr.
.in. I Mrs. (. A. (lomlipeed, Mr. mid Mrs.
W. ,. Klpp. ltuthirfiM. N. J. (dle)i Mr.
und Mrs 15. l. Iievlln, nttn (Mrliugli
linn Mr. snd Mr-. J. W. I.)un. Mix I.
I.yon. Miss I. t.Min, Mr-. V. W. Kn'ter,
Canada ( Mel.nuKlilln ; Mr. nnd Mrt. I". I'
I'rowe, Mr. win! Mrs. K. 1. Lsvimtn, Nw
York (Marlon). Mr. .ind Mm William W.
T.ailJ. New Votk it'ndllliiri ; Mr. and Mrs.
J. illli. on MclliNuln. Ml .Ury II Mrll
nln. .1. (I. UunnlnK. Philadelphia (Mulch l :
Mr, n,l Mrs. ii. M, .Snow, I'raildenee
(I'l-rc). Mr, and Mrs. M. 1', LuURhmun,
Nw Yeric ( lAroinotllei.
W ATKINS. X Y Ppt. t Matnr ar
rival at the fll-n Hprlnnst Mr. and Mr.
Kllot Hpsnldliir. Ilndlrott. N. Y. (Tick.
rd: Mr. nnil Mr It. i:. S-llon, Sew York
lSlinn!exl: lir Helen Muntugue. New York.
Ir Kllinbeth Hit), Warren. Pa. (Krank
Unl Mr. nnd Mr, ttenrc- V Maniichatl
I.li.hn I! MitptO.. tl-trrtlt IWlnliml
'ami Mrs. Thoniu- Hunt. Tlvoll on Hudaun
ner a 'hc.r country pliucs lust nlitht. I Meree-Arrow I, Mr and Mrs. II. It T'ln
Mr -.nd Mrs IWviit T Ii.i,.-. v.. .. i. , pton, Muffato iltulcki: Mrs. C. V. Fnl,
Mr. ana . Mrs. iMU.t i v, n.i gaMi a din- t,hs!er. Mr nnd Mr- A. . Heard.l.y.
r.T (urty In-mum at Itlivhnooil Ter- .v.iburn ( l,l.rc-Arro: Mrs. liavaid
rme. Iintiilnhk, Mr. .limifi H-nedlet. N'-w York
Mrs Frrderl WlUnn liuk nhu.ni..i iTUII. Mr nnd Mr I II. Illlllett. Ml.
, rnJl cJl if! in . . ITnled to ,, Mr. w t Kr . p. Is.rkport I I s . ksr I ) i
St. Ar.nt k Latlu.llo t lunch a statue of Mr mid Mrn. Cliori - M I). Ilsy. Toionlo
John tho Ilaptlst for the baptismal font, iCdli:ci; Mr. und Mrs. U I'. tirave. JI
Mis. James It. Jesup a.o enterialned .''ilT'- !.iie.- Mr"
I luncheon at lh Lenox Club this af. 'Aul' V?M. 'ward! "lhar!,.ton."V vli
tmoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. I I Franklin) , Mr. and Mm. M. A. llrudley,
Bironr arc tnterlnlnlng A. O. Ueebo of i S1,-V,1f.n'' ' 1 ! Kir".. -Mr-., ,n.
N-York nt the nables. Mr. and Mfs C"eii. cieeUnd u -handl-n.
William F s , i,.!,,...,! v,,r. .i HKKTTON WOODH. N. II., Hfpt J. -Ml-
i- i i!!l nV - i i i. 1 " "1C t'trl.ts reel-terlng nl th. Mount W.liln.
IjIIi for fireenwk'h. onn. i.i..i i. uaii,i... iir.i.m ,-.,rm:
Mrs. Oeorge C. Haven hu rmr,i ... iintc M D.ihl .Vsw York (P.i, Karill;
fanny Croft from Ntwport. MIkm liulse I AleMndtr r Vulit. New York iradlilai i;
.-hoonnikr in. I I'.m I , v 1 Kdward A. illlle.ple. Nw York istejrn.i.
ToTSJ I .' , ,n?V. ,f NW I Frederlsk V. A IBM. SprlntlieM. MhJ
Tork and Mlts Anno Halle of lrncelon i inia niTti. Wallkce Hrlnnell. Nw York
ire with Mr. and Mrs. Panlul C. French il-owmio'iliet. Sherunad M OopcUnd. Sw
AVeildliiR Attended b' HOO Sorlrt
People of Weklcheater.
Wiiitb Plains. Sept, n. Tho wedding
of Miss Laura (lainsey, daughter of
Mr. and Miv, Klmer Kllwortli (larnsey
of Prospect Hill. Whltu Plains, to Paul
It. Seiihury of St. Paul, took pl.ico this
exenlng at the, homo of tho bride's par
ents. About son society people from all
purls of Westchester attended. The
Itev. Chell'.a F.. NIchoN. pastor of the
First Ilaptlst Church, olllclated.
The bride was given In marriage by
her father. Her gown was of while
asitin, empire lle, with a court train
niepcnde.1 from the shoulders. Her lace
v;ll wat caught with orange blossom,
and she carried a boiniuet of white
nwes and lilies of the valley. She
woro a it; ml. nit of psarl.i and dlumondH,
the gift of the brtdixroum.
Tim bildojinuld-. Miss lMllh Sea bury
of St. Paul and Mis Frances Wills of
thin city, were nltlred In gowns of apri
cot sa'.ln and arrled arm bouquets nf
Kludlolas. Ju'. an (!nrti"i-y. the bride's
biolher. was bit man.
-Mrs. Se.iiniry l u gradiute of Heath
coir Hall, Scaisdalc. .M-. Sc.ibury was
grudiiated fiom tbo L'nlerlly of Min
nesota In lull) and Is a mechanical en
gineer In the olllot! of Lamiuou & Co.,
New York at.U Ujs'.on.
llorbert H. I). Peirco, Ameri
can Diplomat, Kcturns From
Herbert If. D. Pelrce, former Amerl.
can Minister to Norway, returned on the
Norwegian-American liner Bergensfjord
yesterday, lie went to Pclrograd two
years ago an special atent of the State
Department with the rank of Minister
Plenipotentiary to Inspect the prison
camps throughout Itussla. A private
car was placed at his disposal by the
Czar and In this he visited many camps
Among all the 300,600 prisoners whom
lie saw Mr. Pelrca said ho observed not
a single Instance of cruolty or hard
ship. The German, Austrian and Turk
ish soldiers who wero captured, he found,
wcro treated the same as Itusslan sol
diers with regard to food, clothing and
the sanitary condition of their camps.
Many of them, ho noticed, seemed glad
that they had been captured.
Also on bourd tho llergensfjord was
Samuel Harper, son of tho late lYesldent
Harper of Chicago University and pro
fessor of European history In that Insti
tution, who found Hut democratic Institution.-
were spreading In Itussla. The
cost of food and clothing lias risen In
Pctrograd, ho said, und limit can be
eaten only on Saturday, Sunday nnd
Monday. Many Itusslans told him that
uny American enterprises started theio
nfter the war "must contain a Itusslan
element In the administration."
Another passenger was Dr. Molsey
Houltblnder of the Wesley Memorial Hos
pital, Chicago, who had assisted In hos
pital work at Niiumburg Swale, (Jer
many. He confirmed reports about the
loss of conlldence by the ttannuus ns to
the ultimate capture of Verdun and said
that when ho left 16,000 wounded men
were still at the front awaiting transpor
tation to the huso hospitals.
Dr. Hans tlallusser, a Swiss electrical
engineer, hern lo study electrically op
erated railroads, said that the remaining
800 miles of Swiss railways now run by
steam, Including the Ut. CInthnrd tunnel
through the Alps, were to be electrified.
GUTHRIE SHAW TAKES BRIDE.
Wrda Mill Thome tn AVInnetUa,
III. Will Mre Here.
Chicago, Kept 9. Tho wedding of
Miss Virginia Thome, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Oeorgo A. Thome of AVTn
netka, to Outhrle Shaw, son of Mr, and
Mrs. Jnmra tiuthrie Shaw of Brooklyn,
N. Y took v'nee this afternoon at the
luino of tho bride's parents.
Miss Margaret Shaw, sister of the
btldegroom, was maid of honor, and the
bridesmaids were Miss Louise Thome
and Miss Beatrix Thome, elsters of the
bildc The best man was Kmery Wilder
and the ushers were Thome Donnelley,
Prciton Hoyden, Crowell Haddon, How
ard Maxwoll, Jr., James Hiker and War
Mr, nnd Mrs. Outhrle will live In tho
S'.iaw country liouao on Long Island.
Hydrocarbon Plant Barns.
Kcanssi'WI, N. J., Sept. 9. Fire to
day wrecked tho plant of tho Hydrocar
bon Products Company at Lorlllard, two
miles from this place. The New York
olMcc of tho company In at 80 Broad
way. One man was badly burned. There
were between lo.OOO and 20,000 gallons
of gasolene In the plant In tanks, and
two of t!icc blew up. The loss Is In
excess of SjO.OOO.
Hulled yrsterdsj' on tlie Nenfoundlimt atrsm
it Hlrphalio. for llallfsi:
Mr. and Mrs. C N. Arlhur Menkln.
Anitirs John li. Meattirgood,
I). II. Ben'on, Fred Tjnin.
John Corer, I II, Vtandmind.
K. Welltntlon Foster, Mr. and Mrs. It. C.
A. A Jeffermi. Thomiiinn.
Mr. and Mrs. Georie Dr and Mrs. II. It.
R. M Me.-shon, C. ti. Moreland.
ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED. I BRETT0N WOODS ACTIVITIES.
Mrs. A. C. Mertcns of the Sherman
Square Hotel announced the engagement
yesterday of her daughter, Miss I.oulso
P. Krug, to Hussott Lee Ptclnrrt, a son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander Stelncrt of
Boston and Beverly, Mass. Mr. Strlnert
was graduated at Dartmouth In 1912.
Tho Itev, Dr. Frank Pago and Mrs.
Page of Fairfax, A'a., havo announced
the engagement of their daughter. Miss
Matilda Coleman Page, to Dr. Joseph I'.
Laird of Devon, Pa. Miss Pagn In a
niece of Thomas Nelson Page, American
Ambassador to Italy, and u sister of Mrs.
Norman J. Oaynor.
The engagement has been announced
of Mrs. Grace Lawrcnco Ferguson to
Harold Strebelgh of this city. Mrs. Fer
guson Is a daughter of the late Frank
Itwrenre, who was Mayor of Saginaw,
Mich. Mr. Strebelgh has hecn married
before, his former wife after obtalnltg a
divorce becoming tho wlfo of Jeromn N.
Bonaparte of Washington. The wedding
will take place In October.
Mrs. ltufus Glbhs of Baltimore, who Is
nt her country place In Sugar Hill, N. II.,
has announced tho engagement of her
sister. Miss Doris Andrews, to John It.
Wlnterbotham of Chicago. Mtsi An
drews Is a daughter of llio lata Mr. and
Mrs. James F. Andrews of this city.
Mr. AVInterbotham Is a son of the lata
John H. Wlnterbotham, nnd was gradu
ated from Harvard this year. No date
has been set for tho wedding.
Miss A'lola Curtis, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Louis Curtis of this city, will be
married to Maurice Delovngo of Butte,
Mon., this evening at the Gotham. Af
ter a motor trip of several weeks Mr.
Delovngu und his bildo will go to Bultc.
Mrs, AV. AV. Phelps of Knlevood
t the Wnnmhrk.
BliETTON Wooes, N. If., sfept. 9. Miss
If. Constance F.ilrchlld of New York
and Captain nnd Mrs. W. It. Ilcttlson
nf Fort Hancock, N. J havo arrived at
the Waumbcl: with S. It. Llpplncott. Jr.,
of Philadelphia. Mrs. John II. Gordon
of Atlanta nnd Mrs. F. Gordon Smith
of New York motored to the Waumbck
from Berlin this week.
Mrs. William Walter Phelps of tingle
wood, N. J., with MI'fl K. O. Whlto Is
at the Waumbeli. Henry 15. Ithoades,
U. S. N., motored here from Charleston
Navy A'nrd with n party of friends. Mrs.
Franklin W. D'Oller has Joined her fam
ily at the WaumbeU. Justin Itlddell and
Mrs. Itlddell have arrived from Toronto.
Dr. and Mrs. John A. Hartwell of New
York, who have spent the summer In the
Adlrondacks, are motoring to tho Prolllo
to spend n few weeks nt their cottage
this week, accompanied by W. J. Dunne
of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Taylor Pyne, who
have been with Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas
J. Preston at Tamworth, motored to
Mount Washington tu spend a day,
bringing Mlsa Marlon Cleveland. They
havo Just left Hal Harbor for tho hills.
nf quarantine stations at Savannah, Ha
vana und other places. Ho leaves 'it
widow nnd n datinhter. Dr. Kzdorf wait
u natlvo of Pennsylvania,
Altnrncr Frederick M. Parker.
Frederick S, Parker, lawyer, died yes
terday In tho Lung Island Collego Hos
pital, Brooklyn. Ho was born In New
Haven, Conn., sixty-four Jeais ugo. In
1S73 he graduated from Y.ilo nnd for
a number nf jenrs ho was senior mem
ber of the law linn of Pat her & Aaron
at M! Broadway, Manhattan. Funeral
services will be held to-morrow morning
In Grace llplscopal Church, of which
ho was a vestryman for many years.
.Airs. i;itn A, Mavnasr.
PnofTH Nroit, Mo., Sept. !. Mrs. F.lla
A. Savage, wlfo of tho Itev. Dr. Mlnot
Judsoti Savngn of Cleveland, Ohio, died
here to-day after a long Illness. She was
71 years old. Sho was Bll.i A. Dodge of
Harvard, .Mass., when Miu married Dr.
Savago tu 18C4.
Henry K. IVrrlnr.
Henry It. Perrlnc, 31', Assistant Cor
poration Counti I, who has been In charge
of Ilia olllcc located at Jamaica, In
Queens Borough, died last night at his
home, 206 First uvenue, Long Island
10,01)0 for Derei College.
Bkrca, Ky., S"pt. 9. Announcement
was mode to-day by President William
Goodell Front of Berea College of a
gift of tlO.OOO from tho lato James Tal
cott of New A'ork city, received shorllj
before his death on Aiiut SI. Mr. Tul
cott and his family have long been In
teiested In Berea's efforts to broaden the
educational facilities for women of the
Southern mountains. The gift was part
nf a pledge for HO.OOO for the construc
tion of a girls' dormitory,
Col. Itnbert M. Corren.
Col. ItobTt M. Currcn. 57, for many
years attached to the Bureau of Flec
tions and uctlvn In Bcpubllcan politics
In Brooklyn, died esterday at his home,
510 Bedford avenue. Ho was born tn
Manhattan, wan one of the founders of
the Conxress Club and was actively Iden
tified Willi Masonic affairs. lie belonged
to the Seventy-llrst regiment, N. G. N, Y
for many years nnd at one time was Its
colonel. Hn was u bachelor and leaves
I Dr. Itndolph II. A'nn 1'r.dnrf.
I Liscot.NTON, N. ('., Sept. .- Dr. Itu
1 dolpli II. ion IJdorf, 43, surgeon In
I charge of the I'nlted Slates, marine hn.
j pltal ut New Ol leans, L.i and widely
known for his Investigations Into Iho
causes and uro of malaria, typhoid and
yellow fever, died hero lust night. Dr.
Etdorf was at various times in charge
.1. AVnllnce I'sgr,
Apiuan. Mich , Sept. 9. J. AVallace
Page, known ns tho "father of the wire
fence Industry," died at his home hero
to-day. Ho was 73 years old.
Air a. I.llanbilh II. Perk.
Cai.pwem, N. J.. Sept. 9. Mrs. Klli.i.
betli K. Peck, wlf of Dr. IMwnnl F
Perk, died last night at Iter homo In
Bloomtleld avenue after a long Illness
II unison A'nrhla Compete.
ItUMsuv. N. .1,, Kept. it. In a mod
erate northeast breeze eight ono design
knockabouts of the Itnmeoti Country
Club tailed u seven mile rmv over tho
South Shrew khury loursc to-day, Sam
uel Hiker's Frances leading .it the llnls'.i.
sailing tin- raco lit I hour 10 minutes
53 seconds. W. II. Pott's IJIf was
second In l:in;i: .1 A. Haskell's Mar
garet third In 1;1.:00. nnil J, F. Tal-
I cott'H Pun fourth in 1:10:10.
S0TES OF THE SOCIAL WORLD.
The "'ountess Ijiugler-Vlliars has gone.
iroin iivou. is. t , iiy motor lo Hurling
A'ork ICadlltaei: Irving li, ilren'.too,l.
Nw York (Hudson); Che-t-r F. Conktln.
Ii-iroll. Vv'oly Martin Tlernan, Noiv V rk
lOM.moMlct: Henry W. Sanford, I'ori ind
(Wlnton). tleortrey A lto. Phlladeip'tln
iCadtll.ic): Jiutin I!. Walworth, Woice-t-r
i Nation ill; Wll'lmi II Sroliurv Nw
A'ork (HiipmobU'i; K irl i Ford. N
v.irk i.l.nrovi. t t-it . ti y. I.nf ter-. Il:ir'
fonl (flei-n-i , M. ton T. I'yne. Print eton
Pljvl.vriEM. N. J Sept. 9. Miss Uuth
C. Bunker, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Horace K. Bunker, and Itohcit B. Bullr,
son of Mr. ar.tl Mr. .1. II. Duller, both
of this cltv, were tnuriled this afternoon I
at tho hume of the bride's tmrentu. "lie I
I Itev. Dr. Philip P.. Strong of the First I
, Baptist C'iiirch olllclited. Tho brld and
i bridegroom are students at the Bible
TcuchiTi-' Training School In New A'orU,
iccpinn,- for home mission work.
Miss Helena Illllott. daughter of the ' ' Fierce 1 1 Harvey Wlteo. New York iCal
ill i John Stuart Klltoit f this elty. who UV WWVuZuW,?.1?. nXZi
ukes her home In AVnshliigloti. will 1... ). ', ,.. .i t.n-M (Pa. k..rdl. .lame. t.
rrled to Frederic Hultlekopcr of Wash- I'omtonU New York (Cadillac): (ieorui
aiarnra to r reoerio iiiiiiiokoi.r nr v.i.i. i
li.gton, Thursday, In Oulervlllc. Va . nlon, New York (Coin, Mr. Frederick
Tho reception will follow at lb Ship, the ' Kpt'' tVulV' . . .
r.W? ",e "r,dv's M"- .ier.rK.."-i.v::r0;
Tliomas T. .an Wardell, Sprlnsllrld. Mr. and Mr- Clisrles
Mr and Mrs. George II. Hull. Jr., will I. Karl. Il-rklm.r Mich. Mr an 1 Mr.
horn" m"",', inn T U, fr ,ht,'r W"""r M'Yo?k,,,;:.,.a'l CmM. .i'T
home In Short Hills, N. J. Town-nd. Jr.. l-alnwr Ton.-nd. W. II. P.
Mrs, Paul Morton has left Soulhamp- Towmtnd. '' f TownatnJ. Hfni.tmin
ton for the Plaza for a short stay. '. Jr. ov.rt.rook. I'.i. ("''"'""''""V
Miss Margaret A Tl.oinpsoii. daugh.er JJJ; "AVthl'r"' M,t,!i.,ir".'onn ' GMdnV;
ef Mr. and Mrs. William It. Thompson. Mrs I". W. I'm-hy. Mln Frames K I1nIi.
"Ill be married to Theodore Schulie of i Lake Kore.t. 1". ist-riti; Henry -;.
H Paul on September W. at Alder, the ftavi! 'ilrl wlffuin
lummer home of her parents In A onkep.. Knd. Airs A .1. Parker, Jr.. Ml I'arkir.
Mr. and .Mrs. Philip S. Itewl, who were Aloattv iPaekardi; Mr. and Mr. J I".
.rrlt r,,i Ti,,l,v ttH .. . 1 1 -lund. Ne York. II. Uron n. .tvr.n-usf
......... ,,..c.un; ictiii'sc): Mr anil Mr- I'.. II Urrwer,
for Havana. Cuba, to limiUii two i,r, c ur, , t. v. lllmiln.. CnrtUnd. N.
AVh.Mamspoiit, Pa, Sept. 9 Ml1
Margiitri Kllon ling, (laughter of Mr,
ai.d .Mrs. W.IIIitni A. Iinir. and Lieut.
KobeM Alfletl Lavender, I. S. N.. son
of Jlr. and Mr. J. F. I.uvender of Rock
well City, la., were m irrkd ut the Ucinc
of the bride's parents In this elty this
evenlniT. Tho ceremony wna performed
by Chaplain John It. Frailer, I.. S. N.
! (ieyelln Alnrks.
, PnovinKNCi;, It. I., Sejtt. p. Miss .Mar
garet Marks, iluuAhtcr of Mr. anil Mrs.
Mont.igit .Musks of PliUadelphla, and
Dr. H. K.inley ieyelln were mart led this
. afternoon at thu summer rddeuco of
! the bride's parents nt S.iunderslown.
After their honeymoon they will resale
i at 133 West Llcveiilh street, New York.
Y. I I l.r ... A r ron I llueh Abbott. M-s. I
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MOVEMENTS OP YACHTS.
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iJH'Mnicnt ratios vvus authoiiird by the
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Jolm Herli-rl Ware, i'i. nalot. Kins t'pton.
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Forty second Street
Between 5th and 6th Avenues, New York
Distinctive Autumn Apparel for Women and Misses
Is displayed on the Third Floor, embodying the newest fashion notes and materials for the coming season.
Women's Suits and Dresses
Ranging from the plain Tailored Suit for sport and street wear
to the most elaborate Gown for afternoon, theatre or evening
attire, each garment interpreting the prevailing modes
in an artistic blending of colors and materials,
All of uhich have betn marked at very moderate prices.
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Jil ll lii'l 1 li iiBaiB j-uroPcan craitsmen wnicn are
$25.00 to 195.00
Women's Street and
$19.75 to 89.50
Theatre and Evening Gowns. $27.50 to 265.00
Misses' Wool Jersey Dresses
Several smart models, straight and waist styles, large embroi
dered pocket; Hudson seal and assorted fur trimmings,
at $22.50 to $47.50
Misses' College and School Dresses,
Sprcially dcr-iuncd straight linn and full plaited models, in s.crRtt; many combined
with taffeta and ehanneue; also cither model; for afternuun and .street wear, Mime
trimmed with Oriental wool embroidery; Georgette collar and ctifK
at $12.75. 14.50 and 1(5.50
Misses' Afternoon D reuses, m.irt models
of wit In eharmeuse; copies of foreign importations O 1 O "TP CC
trimmed with tinsel and boutaehu embroidery; at , 0, ' J' --'"'
Women's Untrimmed Hats
New Autumn shape3 are being shown on the Main Floor
in exclusive imported and domestic styles of Hatters'
I'lnsh, Pnne and Lyons Velvet, Velours and Felts.
SPECIAL ON MAIN FLOOR. TO-MORROW:
Black and Colored Velvet Hats $1.95
Black Lyons Velvet Tarns, $2.65
SPECIAL ON THK THIRD FLOOR. TO-MORROW;
Tailored and Simply Trimmed Hats
at $6.95 and $9.75
(On thr Third Floor)
2 ComprisinB all the newest modes for "It
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Coats, Capes, Collarettes,
Scarfs and Muffs
Also Men's Fur-lined Over
coats in blRck broadcloth
Misses' and Children's Furs
of every description.
A Display of New Blouses
Includes recent importations of smart Paris models from
the best known fashion creators, tonether with niot attrac
tive styles, many reproduced from French originals
Tailored Models of chiffon taffeta,
crepe de Chine and radium nilk, bO.UlJ to lo.oU
Dressy Waists of OoriseUu cepe, n 0 ft
emb'd nets and crepe do Chine. to .i-.DlJ
SPFCIAILY FKATHRKH FPU MONDAY:
in white and flesh color;
specially priced at
Embr'd or blind drawn;
specially priced al
An Unusually Advantageous Purchase of Chinese Rugs
On sale To-morrow, an exceptionally large shipment at prices far below their real value. Included are the finest weave
in a variety of beautifully embossed designs, combining the popular shades of blue, gold, rase and tan.
Chinese Rugs, averaging 6 by 9 feet. S58.00 to 145.00
Chinese Rugs, averaging 8 by 10 feet, S75.00 to 218.00
Chinese Rugs, averaging 9 by 12 fvet. $89.00 to 345.00
Chinese Rugs, averaging 12 by 12 feet, 175.00 to 395.00
Chinese Rutrs. averaging 12 by 15 feet, $235.00 to 550.00 "
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Upholstery Fabrics & Velour Portieres
An unprecedented offering To-morrow, on Fourth Floor, of
Reversible Velour Portieres, . pair $17.75
in a wide range of contrasting' colors; custom made;
open edge; French style; very exceptional value. .
2000 Yds. Imported Tapestries and Damasks, Q
for Furniture Coverings and Draperies, yard sP-'VOj ai. D
Formerly ?:l.50 to 5,00 a yard
Lace Curtains, Panels and Spreads
New Fall Importations now being shown include novelty styles
in Point de Gene, Florentine and Milan; also Swiss, Brussels,
Tambour and Irish Point Curtains; French Filet,
Marie Antoinette and Arabian Lace Draperies.
Artistic and Practical Furniture
Many discontinued styles will be offered To-morrow,
at prices which should effect an immediate clearance.
INVU'DKD IN THK KXCKPTIONAL VAI.l KS AUK
Mahogany Bookcases, $52 to $115
Formerly $70.00 to 105.00
Library Tables, $25.00 to 78.00
Formerly $118,00 to 100.00
Davenports, in Denim,55.00, 70.00
Formerly $80.00 and 95.00
In tapestry, at $20.00, 30.00
Formerly $30.00 and 115.00
Living Room Suite, 4 pes,
in velour; formerly ?:ii:i, .V-lO.lM)
.Mahogany Huffots, $55 to $125
Formerly $S0.00 to '.'OO.OO
in mahogany. 28.50 to 50.00
Formerly $00.00 to 70.00
Ivory Chamber Suite,
5 pen, with Twin HedM. $32-1.00
Formerly $ 100,00
Jacobean Oak Dining
Room Suite, io pieces $280.00