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THE SUN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1916.
LENOX WOMEN GIVE
THE TOWN A SHOCK
'I
po.on Disguised as "flprman
Hand" Serenade Will
in B. 0. Field.
GO TO OTHER PARTIES
Jokers, Who Are Well Known
fottnprers, Visit Mrs Slonne
and Mn. Fosler.
l.tNOX. Mum, Sept. 17. A nurprlse
parly on William B. O. Field nt llljh-i
liwn House last nlsrht 1' halt n iloien
prominent women of the cottage dis
guised "little German Band" wan
the talk of the report to-day. Mr. Field 1
hurt a birthday yesterday. With him at
lil country place wa hi mother, Mrs.
William H. Field, and hi sister. Mlai
Mar- I'. Field. Mr. and Mm. Field pave
r dlti'er party, Inviting a dozen tuct.
T'ie dinner was well under wuy wlioti
there arrived at Ilishlawn lloiiee the
"lutrd," which was admitted ly prear- &s
ransiinent and marched to the dlnlnj . P
.1 - . .1 . V. . . .... ri ' i V
RiH i'iwjiiih low Htwi iniuruaiil l.irr- w
ncm-ii wore the regular German lutnil
uniform and on each cap wiu n motto
.jrcprceentlnit aome well known Oennati 1 J
nhr.ie,llke 'Tintl Strafe the Allies." Thin I
uas a Joke, because Mr. Field Is nuv
nosed to yimvUhlie with the Teuton".
The women who composed the motley
"hand" wore blond wlr and mustaches
and their Identity wu not revealed. The
entrance of the band broke up the din
rer party. To nil nuegtlonlnK the band
leader replied In excellent German that
the band had been sent by the Kalner to ,
present hli compliments to Mr. Field.
After more "music" furnished by a bass ,
drum, cymbals and horns, the wnvlnc
of a German flap; and having drunk Mr.
Field's health and been photographed by
a flashlight exposure, the "band" de
parted. Later In the evening the same Rroup
appeared at Mrs. William D. Slo.mo's
ftr dinner brldse party and performed,
and from Kim Court went to the llelle
fontalne and serenaded Mr. anil Mrs.
fllraud Foster. In spite of effort to
keep the Identity of the band unknown.
It leakud out to-day tlmt In the band
nere Mrs. Carlos M. de Heredla, Mrs.
William K. H. Grlswold. Mlsa Gertrude
Parsons and Miss ll'lols Meyer.
Mrs. Edwards Spencer will entertain
the council of the Lenox Garden Club
to-morrow.
Mis. William Douglas Sloane cavo n
dinner to-nlirht, entertaining for Pear.
William M. Grosvenor of New York.
. Charles Lanier entertained at dinner
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. James F. D.
Lanier.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Phonte gave
an afternoon reception for Lord and
Lady Aberdeen In Stockbrldge Saturday
afternoon. After the reception Mr. and
Mrs. Choate and their titled guests went
to Mis? Chrlallne D. Sedgwick's coming
out party at the Sedgwick mansion.
Lord and Lady Aberdeen are In Lenox
to speak on social welfare work at Hotel
Atplnwall. Monday evening. '
Mr. and Mrs. Choate nre entertaining
Mr. and Mra, William Phillips of lloston
at Naumkeag. Stockbridge. Thev cave
a dinner parly to-night to entertain their
guests.
Mlsa Emily Tuckerman of Washington
has bought an oil painting. "Coming
Storm," by Frederic Crownlnshleld,
which u shown In the Stockbrldgu art
show.
Mrs. Austin Huntington has Mlsa
France Wllllama aa her guest In Stock
bridge. THE SEAGOEBS.
Arrivals yesterday by the American
liner St Paul, from Liverpool :
liran AUood. Countraa ot Limrrlrk.
Mr. A M. Dlalr. Ir Walter Undsaj.
Mils KatMeen Burke. Mr. nnd Mra. Jack
Mrs lunora Caldwell. Norprth.
B i h o Frederick H. L. Peak.
Courtney. Miss Dore Plowder.
Mm Mabsl C. Court- J2derteli Ward.
ny. W P. Wise.
Mr and Mrs- Percf g'orce Wishart.
jnaUs. R. C. Hamilton.
By the Bcandlnavlan-Amerlcan liner
BergenRfJord. sailing to-day for Bergen:
llfnry F BlancharJ. William Hodf.
Xn. William Stward Capt K. H. Laraen.
Broun. Prof. Mcholaa Lav-
Jean II ntichanan. rotf.
Mr. Knulv C CUB. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Frinkli'i K. Day. Lowrle.
V, I. Fni. Capt Emll Oi.rn.
Liim Gnldeall. Archibald P. Parker.
MIm Pri'Olla Hanna. Franklin A nay.
Min Isabel F. Hap- Mr. and Mrs. MaiHen
tood. Summers.
n D. Hinbard. Mr and Mrs. William
Thomas HoJre. Walkfr-Smilln
DIED.
CRANE On Frtday. Bspttmbar It. ltll,
Cordfll Matthsws, widow of Edward
N. Crne and daughter of the late
John E. and Mary It. Matthews.
Tuneral 'rlrs at her Ut realdence.
151 Mount Prospect avenue, Newark
N .1 , on Monday, tno isth Inst., 11
A M.
FULTON James, artd ":, at his resi
dence, !D Eaat Forty-flrat street, hus
band ot tha late Margaret Carey and
lather ot Mra. Mary Maehan, Arthur,
Thomas, Margaret, Katntrln and Uls
ter Tereasa Agnes.
Funeral Wednesday, A. M., from St,
Gabriel's Church. Eaat Thirty-seventh
street.
HARTSHORN, At Nswport, R. I., llth
Inst., Ellsa Oardtner, widow of Dr,
Newport.
luneral aervlcea at her late residence,
Ilnlllon Hall, Newport. Monday at
11 30 A. M. Interment In Providence,
private,
KEMP John Davidson. Services "Til H
rUNEHAI, CinmCH," nrondway,
l-lsty.slsth and Blity-seventh (Frank
Campbell HuilJInr). Tuesday morning
10:30 o'clock.
4eOV On Sunday, September 17, at lied.
ford Hills, Beth Low, son of the lute
Able! Abbot Low and Kllen'Oow Low,
In th rlity-saventh year of his age.
Nutlc of funeral hereafter,
!0IITEN On September lt, 1914, Alex
ander Morten, beloved husband of Mar
Jorl Morten.
Fjr.eral servkes at his lata residence,
HI llait Twenty-flrat street, on Tucs
Aiy th 13th Inst., at 11 A. M.
tl.Vn.AIR. At P Hotel, Now Vork
eliy, September 15, 10IS, John J. Pin
elslr, In the aeventy.tlrst year of his
'He,
tui.ml Monday, September 1, at 11
A M, from the resldemo ot hla tlauKh-
ter, Mrs. Irving R. Raymond. 1J Kast
Msty.ihlrd street, Knirllsh and .Scotch
papers ple-jee copy,
11 ANTON On Tuesday, Pepteinbir K.
H, Prsnk McMillan Rlanton, son ot
' ie lata John end EHikl.eth It.
- inlon,
P " nl service ad ;:30 P, M,, Monday,
"fteinber H, 15, from his late rel
inre, .Shorn Komi, W'hltislone, Loni;
''nnd. ..'. Y, Currlmres will meet
1111 I' o 1 111: Ims; Inland Hallrmid
1' II It. Htallon, New York) at
1 -J P, M,
V.Ilm, nn .v.iturilHy, fevtemher 1. ut
''i P M , nt I1I1 residence, is
t .1 sisty. ninth street, In the rlultty-
id I'.ir of his one, llnruro W'hltv.
In irl (111 Mnniliii. KMilrmlur IS. at 2..0
' i In um eliolr n( th Cathedral
V -' Inlin ii(. Divine.
jyjISS DORE PLOWDEN, who arrived from London yesterday to bo
the "Century Girl" in a new theatrical production. With her
came twenty other Enfrllsh jrirls, sixteen of whom have been trained
since childhood as dancers.
mw ' LmLLt bh www
m v w ir vitz limit s i
Lj!J piYvi :v--iVire., .-vto-jx-wti till
LEON ROTHIER SINGS
AT THE MANHATTAN
Appears With Christine
Lnnirenhan and Catherine
Eynian in Concert.
The second of the jinpulir concerts In
the Manhattan Opera llotieo series took
price last evcnlrg. The pmgrammo was
ii" nicm r it'iiK sin unit i tin- iiirv
entertainment and was In other respects
better also.
It offered a variety of work and
styles, since It Included numbers by
Wagner. Llsit. Grieg, Ch.ibrier and
Johann Strauss. The last named was
represented by one of his best waltxes,
"Kosen utts dem Suden." arrangul on
melmlles from "The Queen's Lace Hand
kerchief," an niieretta associated with
earliest memories of the Calno.
Wagner contributed the "Tannhaeueer"
overture, played with grue.t dellliera
tlon, anyl the Intioductlon to the third
act of "Lohengrin." Chabner's "Span
ish Rhapsody" nnd LIsit's eecor.d Hun-1
isn itn-ipsnny nn.i ... 11. eero.... mu.i- ,
garlan rhapsody wore the other l.npor- j
tant orche.tral numbets. I
There were three soloists . "n !
, , . ,.
rtothler, the rrench basso of the oira,
was heard In two of the old f.-norltes of
Sunday night concert!", to wit. t'lilrnn's
song from
"Philemon et
Schumann
"Die JleWlen
- 1.. t-.Ani. rri, I- ,
sung, of course. Ill I rench. The song I
probably not heard In the composer
native land any more.
Mine. Chritlne 1 jingcnlim. soprano,
sang "Kls.i'. Dream." and was also
heard In Fame's " I lie rrucinx' wttn .m.
Uothler. Catherine liytmn. pianist,
nlnved the Grieg concerto, which has
been remarkably active slnco It waa re
stored to the contemporaneous l'.st by
that ardent devotee of Grieg. Percy j
Grainger.
m Jl. nn nf rnnil lllf ari'l 1
the npplnirse of the kind which betokened
genuine enjoyment. Next Sunday even-
..v; ,ni,.nn,i
Ing s concert win ne ior ine ir.n i
the Sixty-ninth Heglment relief fund.
AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
Mra, Vlllouhb Nlinrp lloatesa f
Picnic nt the l.rUe.
WltlTK SULPHUR SrBINns, W. Va Sept.
17, Mrs. WlllouBhby Sharp of New York
was hostesa of one of the most pic
turesque picnics, ever given here. The)
spot chosen wa on the banks of tha
lake. Flower beds dotted the green,
fires were burning and the swans glided
over the water. Hural bridges Joined thei
nearby Islands. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp ar
rived In a boat. Among those Invited
were Lady Williams-Taylor and lier
(..Di.ier ML lirenda Williams-Taylor;
Multer Cry, Mrs. Dudley llarde, Mr..,
Mia
Phurle Jiowry. Mrs. Cliurciiiii.
'l.lV, ...v. Mrs William P sinJlalVjll.rri.son street, and Hoy M. Jacobus of
n,y,,,l,2J.V."rAU.i?rnMi. VphoniLs, South Orange wero married last night In
Dr. George Taylor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas
B. Yullle, Mr. and Mrs. I'.awm i-airunx,
Dr. and Mrs. Herndon French and tho
Misses Irench, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Han
cock, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvanus Schoon
maker, Mrs. Livingston Watson and Mr.
and Mrs. Edward T. Wlllson.
Mrs. De Soto Fitzgerald of Richmond,
Va., entertained Informally In her cot-
tags last evening In honor or iay 111-
l.m..Tflirtr nml her
aaugnicr, i
'"'
,. mnnTc AT WftT SPWTHOfJ.
Farm and Cnttasr Tena nnrt Lnncb-
rona Also a Suntlnr Hlvrrslon.
HOT SptUNOH, Vn Sept, 17. Among 1
several picnic parties to-ilay was onu at
Flag Hick at which thi guests Intludeil
Mr and Mr Thomas Wright. MltJ
fTtella Schneider and A, J. Llnilsoy,
Mrs. II. H Filler gavn a luncheon nt
Valley View, having In her party Mr.
and -Mrs. Charles Smlthcrs, Mrs. Mary
Thompson Hryan and Dr. Robert A.
Ulnck. , ,
Mora than a hundred visitors made
Kasslfern Farm their destination for
luncheon nnd tea. Lee Henol.st gato a
large luncheon there. Mr. I.. S. Ward
entertained fur frh nils, and others going
over wero Mrs F. N. Wattrlss, Mr. ,ind
Mrs Casvclberry Dunkerson, Mr and
Mrs. K. C. Reed. Mis. J. L, Rogers, Mr.
and Mrs. L. I'. Nichols and A, J. Mc
Kinney, Mr. and Mrs. J, Robinson Duff of Nmv
v,iri eotei tallied at luncheon nt Four
, Season Coltago far 1 number of friend".
Mr. nnd .'iri. "iiuain iuiuh k .um
Uoorge II, Swain of New York ilrovo tn
Hath Alum Springs, nnd other riding
and driving ero Mr. and Mrs. Angler
p.. Duke, Mr. and Mis, Henry Cnter
Steers, John Scarborough, Fiaucls Key
Pemllfton, Mr. and Mis. Combj Nust
and Mr. and Mrs, IMw.ird Kuhn.
Nnvy Adopls Mnvliiit Pictures.
Wasiii.nuton, Sept, 17, .Motion pic
lures have hi on adnptid olllclally n a
inraits nf stimulating recruiting In tho
nnvv IMItn.ite, mule public by th"
Na'y Dei'ai ltii' nt h'nnv that alntit I'.r.no
men' a month will lw noedeil to provide
for tho liicrcii-ed enlisted personnel and
to maintain Iho prusont strcngtli of cn
iiuiii men I'ndei' tho new luw the en-
Sri jier.oounel la to bo Increased by
!"i nun i.i.mi In threu vuaia.
1 I
'CENTURY GIRL' HERE
BRINGING 27 TRUNKS
Miss Dure Plowden
lleatlS ,
Rev.v of 20 English Dancing
j (iirls Here for Engagement.
Twenty Hrltlsh girls, including Miss
Port1 l'lowdeii. cousin of the Countess of
r.yttoti, with a maid and twenty-nevcri
trunks, urrlved yesterday by the Amerl
mn liner St. Paul to Iw featurexl In "The
Century Girl" at the Century Theatre. I
They were In charge of Frederick Ward.
i,.-. i Phin. diiiiiil-Iihu
representative- or Charles lliuni.liam .
and Florcnx Zlegfeld. who said M.xteen
of tho young women were pupils of John
or tno voung women were iutun in uuiiii
Tiller, 'lndon dancing master, who had .
been teaching them since they were 8 I
years 01 iik".
Other ptssengers liy the St. Paul were
lllshop Frederick Courtney and his
.laiii.li.Ar flku Mhol wlto h:iA heen lit I
Cliveden, tha Thanun estate of lUron I
Astor, and admired the system of car-
log for the wounded them ; the Countess'
f I(inli.rU,k, n relatlvu
,lr:,,,v . JiU.k Nonw.rth. wli
K.,.M,n.iry ,,, ,,,,,,, K
friend from the Verdun fn
(U .lame H.
who urouglil an
given him by a
k. l...t.... M...I Vll-a
tiritllliilUlililiC irntuu num. n.i'i ,
. . ..-,.. rhalrman of tho Scot- 1
... "1
tlsh
Baucis" nndir . , . .., i " ., v ,
C.renadlere." ll,K fowt 1,11,1 "nmunltlon for the trench
uvienuers,
MANY STAY AT SPRING LAKE.
... . -
Aiiliimii liunrr Ktijiiyrrl nr Thriing
Ill .irw .niiiimuuin nui".
SrilINO LAKE. N. J.. Sept. 17 The
many people who are spending a late
.ummor sojourn at Spring Lake Hec
nre ,.njoyine the wonderful autumn da:
7iii.il
The n- Monmouth Hotel, which w II
1.. 1 .i, 1. HII...1
' " v?"
wtn K,I0sts, 11nldes there aro many
Wiek end parties nt tho hotel, who on-
Joved the special autumn dance given
.it" tin. v Monmouth last evening.
in eriaiiii lie. " ' ' !,",?, ,
Dr.
anil .irn. n. .iiiluiii 71111111 ...
Philadelphia. In their party nre Mrs
Henry P Rogers. G. Allen Smith nf
Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Warren S.
Slllrocks and Mis Mnrjorlo Slllcocks
of New York. Commodore It. F. Mulli
gan, U, S. N, Is nt the New Monmouth
spending two weekri with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Richard Stockton and Miss Stockton of
Trenton.
WEDDINGS.
Jacobna Hnbbard.
Itl.nnMPlRl.n. N. J.. Sept. 17. Miss Jen
n to Fields W.irren Hubbard, dnugnter of
Mr. ami Mrs. Willis Hubbard of U'U
the Rosevllln
Methodist Church. The
ceremonv was performed by the llev
D. F. Dlefendorf. Miss Helen Hubbard,
a sister of tho bride, was the brides
maid and Hunter H. Orant of East
Orango the best man.
Dinner for Ilrlde-eleet.
GI.EN ItlPDr:. N. J., Sept, 17.-
-Miss
Marjorlo Wnrd of thui place will give a
dinner at the Glen Ridge Country Club
Frhlnv night for Miss Ethel T. Compton,
who Is to he married Saturday night to
Gordon Thomas, also of this place.
OLD CROW RYE
Ret. u. h. pst. on: aMnaaaiHi
America's Finest RYE
WHISKEY
HAND MADE SOUR MASH
STRAIGHT PURE RYE
MADE IN KENTUCKY, U. S. A.
H. B. Kirk & Co. New York. N.Y.
m
, to PER MONTH ON PLEDGE
i r 0 OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
MANHATTAN. I1RONX.
Courtlnndt Ave , cor, Mlh Rtrest.
rourth Avenua, cor. SSt.h RlrssL
I Kldrld,. Street "''" 8m.th fit,, cor" Vt'm.
.Seventh Ave., hot, Slh and 4th Hta. tlnilum Avenue, cor. Dehevolse Pt.
Leslncton v., cor, 124th Slrsrt. I'll kin Avenue, ens. ItiHkuuuy Ave.
Orand Htroet. cor. Clinton Blrset. ? PlTiT Cl7N"T'flAK(Jr:ii ON
, last 7!1 St.. bet, Lexington A Id Aves. 1Z LOANS ItMPAlO WITHIN
I Hsst HouitonJBl.. eejrBeieijBI. 2 TWO WKUKS PROM PATM
immmmmmWmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWm
BRIARGLIFF FILLING
AS AUTUMN HEARS
Sojourners Shift From the
White Mountains and Lenox
to Westchester.
Hnuncutr Manor, N. Y Kept
Mrs. John 1. Duncan and Miss Susan
DiiMcan hvo returned from 1'rollle
Mouse, White Mountains, nnd will spend
the autumn at llrlarcllff Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Van Valkenburghavo
as their out Sunday guests Mr. and
Mrs. J. N. 1'. Thatcher of New York.
The Misses L. H. and F. A. Shortrldgo
of Philadelphia nro at llrlarcllff Lodge
for n few days stay.
Col. and Mrs. S. K. Wunt of
Springfield. Mass., nro making Mrlarcllff
lxdgo their headnuartcrs while visiting
points of Interest In Westchester county.
Mrs. S. Stuart White. Mlsa Marl"
Young and Mrs. William G. F.aton have
returned from Iticlton Woods for the
autumn sea.-on at llrlarcllff Lodge.
Other recent urrlvnls fur the autumn
Include Col. and Mrs. Willi S. I'alne.
leturnlng from I'ronlo House; Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh A. Murray linn .Miss I'aUlii
Murray. Mr. V. M Hlack nnd Mrs. F, A.
llivhnnn, from Itoti Luke', Mr. and
Mrs. William II, Oliver and l.auroncn
Get! of Italtlmurc, Mrs. W. IX S. Ferine
and Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Aliness, coming
from the WnumbeU; Mr. and Mrs. K. fc..
Hall and M'ss (ler.ildlne Hall, from
Hrcltcm Woods; Mr. and Mrs. Ch.ules
I W Tracy and family, from the Orls-
wold, New London, llaroneii and How
ard I'ardee, fuun Lenot i Mr. and Mrs.
Henry S. l'orler and Mrs. F. W l'reston.
from IJretton Woods.
Mrs F. K. Anderson of Nashua, N. II..
with her guests, Mis. .1. 11. Ilarr of
Nashua, Mrs. 1. (I. llurman of lto'tnn
i and MIsm A. Mlllett of S.ilem, Mass.. are
breaking a Journey southward with na)
few days stay at llrlarcllff.
Miss Anita Stewart and motliir nre
at llrlarcllff Lodge for iner Mimnav,
Other over Sunday guests include- r. i.
I Itaker of llrldgep.irt, Conn., with his
guests, lir. and Mrs. F. M. McClellan
and Miss Alice McClellan; Mr. and Mrs.
F. l'e C. Sullivan. Mr. nnd Mr 11 C.
' Uryan of New York. William N A'hurst
and Fred N Trotter of 1'lilladclplwa.
An exceptionally lino programme was
fun fl... .tutilnir i'iitlr,ef to.
I night, the soloist being Matir 1-wls j
rerklnson, soprano soloist nt St. An-
drew's Church. New York.
An event of early autumn which I
I looked forward to with ltitrct by the
i visitors I the Mimi.il bal nnsiiue of the
i employees of the Lodge, whl 'h will ho
' held to-morrow evening In the ballroom. I
One hundred nnd llfty dollars In gold .
will be awarded as prizes. ,
TOURISTS BY AUTOMOBILE.
COOPKIlSTOW.N. N. V . Sept. t: Auto-
ninMIe urrlwla jt 1'ie otes.ia tn-d.i In
la U Mf an , ,,rJL ,...1tloJ ,, lVllti clrVf
i.nd iwintrtn): l)r uit.l Mr. F 1 Itrin.l.
Hinuli initnn; Mrs I! U Vnm left, i.'athictii
iiinso iminn ; mt it u nni irii. 1. .1
vni-l-fi. tjnront.i I Paige) j Mr. .in.
Jj"" Mr 'arid Mr. P. i:'rilau."M
Mr. anil .Mrs.
my il.n
Mr. ami
1M1. I.. I.
Mra it. v
1 Mr. nnd Mr
.. !. H"s, t.' lca (White), Dr and
w Sfarsri, st. Augustinr n ,
Mrs. N. t). Mill. Ml.l. lit ! n. N
(Marmon), Mr .Inlin V. Nt.l. ilf.
;Mr ,n;, " j, ,.().,g4I,. Mrv M I.
iirMetroul, t). W. Dlnjn. Allnny i I'lerre
Arrew). Mr. anil Jlr. J. I F Whltbei k
,,r i .iuii.-ir. ii-j- n.--.,rr .-
. ... .11., nv ir,,,,!,!,,,. nr ,.t Mr..
j 1; puttlnn. Ptiughki.ie illj.l. 111 I
... 1 . ..v....... lt. V....t
.hi. i.kii .'ii- ...... .....
fn. Hi- Ml- Wlr, 'atle'n nn llu.Unn
(Huli-k). Mr. and Mr-. Anv. T French.
Tux. .1.) irmti'Ur).
WATKltHUItV. Conn. rt. 17 -Motor
,rrV-., .lt lri iii i:in rter.l.iv ovr
I ine ji el linir lilt niue.l : i n ki.vi euirn
hury, Jr Ml llo'lsmm. 1. luv-nhury
1 .Mls Annie nuseni tir. inrisrr' . 1
I W It mi. Mli" C. Karii'r. Ml" J. Hlier
I wnn.l. Ml-1 A Hallshiirt ,S. Verk ll'i'K-
nrd). Mr nnd Mrs Philip HerlM-r'. Sew
vnru ipi-rc-i Mr ,..1 Mr, imiI' Kerr.
Kerr. 1.. . Kerr, Jr. ew lorK'
., ri,., 1r .,,! Mr. I). II. (ior
I ham, I'rank (Jorham, ML ).' dorh im Ne
Vu,,';nil-?,I;'"'I11,",j'-
111 Thninliaiin. ItMBrnnn.l. N. .1 I r.iilllllie 1 ,
Mr nil Mrs Hertriui ."ear", Mlas lleryl
I Seam. New rk llindgei. .Mr nmi .Mrs
! I 'red IlnilcllfT-. PhlUdeltihl 1 (Miltal. Mrs
f rumen, can stm-n. i-. w tirte; ri
1 J ,.t ii;,""', ij v
r rill ui.' ".M mi
(rituilebiheri ; A Henry
ntriil i I.o' iimol'lie) . Mi
I L.iwrem Jnn. Mini l-nulee .Innes. IuL
Oil". Ky illuliki. Mr .mil Mr . Vred
IllUm Caslliune. Ne Vork 1 PIS reel
Mr.
rtnt
,lr. ltrk "- Wyrltoff. illea ltl.lce. N
J (Podge)' Mr nn.l Mrs tleorge M.iurer,
New York ( ( .iilllluc 1.
MANCHKRTlllt. Vt . Sept 17 Arrlvas
by sutninohlle .it tli Kiiulnox oue In
elude Mr. end Mr II. H M.uitnn, M h
Margirel and Harriet Manlon, New Y rk
(HiiiLon); Mr and Mr'. pUmue. Welsh
New York (I'arkard): O J. Traveill. W II
Marilen, Hunlen (Hudson): Mr nnd Mrs. .1
(i. lieu 1 1 v. Toronto (Overland), Mr. and
Mrs. 11. H. Jl.iyden. Framtnghsm (Hud
son)! Mrs. A Wllrnx, Mls l.llhrop, MI'S
Mulllgin, Mrs. Thmnaa Corke, lluttilu
(Pierre), Mr. and Mrs. .1. Mur.-iw llro.ik
Ivn (l.nrnmohlle)j Mr and Mrs llrnrr S
Purler, Minn F W 1'reMim. Horchstr
1 Pope 1, Mr nnd Mr U K, Owsn. I'hlla
delphU (Whltei
HltllTTON WOOL-!, N' II, Sept 17
Arrhli.g by motor .it Hi .Mount Waslnng
ton lo-il.iy were llnjjnnul !),. V u He'
ford (lllldsnnl, W.lllll' e 1 Clepxhene, Ha
tlmorn (I'hulnirrs) 1 (ieorue Cl.ipp, llotoa
(Cudlllai l i MIJ Margaret J Thayer. New
York (Itulrk), Kdmtind It Havl. Pnss.uo
(Itaynea); Alfred M. Daschner. New ll.iven
(Packard): Dr. Melville M. Pierce, New
York (Stoddard): lr. P. Jasper Flugg. New
York (llulck): Willis F, Fisher, CatnbrldRs
(Peerless); Andrew II. Scott, New York
(Cadillac) 1 Edward II. Wrlaht. New York
(Cadillac): Howard C. Simmons. Spring.
Held (llulck): Maurlco Com'toeW, New Lull,
ilon (Pnrard): Henry 11. U'hltnev. Hotnn
(llupmoblle): Everett M. Ho yd, Phlladel.
phla (Cadillac); Arthur II. Iee, Hoston
(Packard); Mrs. Oenrtrey F. H.ildwln, Wor.
rester (Pierce): Henry P. MrCreery. New
York (Packard): Miss Nancy J, Thnver,
Lenox (llulck): William K. Kellogg, Hat
tls Crenk (Stevens),
MANY NEW YORKERS
AT BRETTON WOODS
Canon feOrath Preaches to
Large Congregation Other
Churches Filled.
llnnrroN Woods, N. If., Sept. 17.The
Church of the Transfiguration at Bret
ton Woods was filled to-day when Canon
Mcdrnth preached, Our Lady of the
Mountain also had a large congregation.
Clarke. Day arrived fgpm Urooklyn
for his third visit thin season nnd hopes
to get some shooting In camp at the
close of the season hero.
K. W. Ilnlley and party of Chicago
arrived ut ltrettun Woods to-day to
spend the remainder of the snason.
Mrs. A. Moore Richard nnd Miss Elvlne
Itlrhiml of New York have arrived at
Crawford.. Mr. and MrH. A. L. Sherer
motored thoie from Tarrytown. Mrs.
ltradubry llcclell lias returned from
Crawfords to her estate at Jackson.
Justice J. T. Mintiirn. Mrs. Minturn and
PRIVATE SCHOOLS
NEW YORK'S
PRIVATE
SCHOOLS
yoi'.mi Aii;NjBor?.
nwiciir si-iioot..
r?rrU A.. lii.t..'lN-.luthNl.. X. T.
(Day Dept. of N. V. l,rrprmtofy Vhwl.l
Fall
?oaioi
jlon I'esliK Sept. 18.
H4MII.10.N I.NMTII'tlTK I'OK BOYS).
S'JIli St. ni W. K. Ate. TH. CS02 Itlver.
'-'.th year Iteidn October neond.
Certllleatlon for S7 unlvenltles and college.
,nAnNnn school fob ot.,
Flrlrtun. W 212,1 St. Hots inaTremalil
all ily. Including sat'T. Stmly hour. Ten
nis Court. Ath Heft. HlmlVt to Colleua.
Mr. CAKPiivrrK'.N Hnioni.for boys.
.'1 1 1 2 W et t. ml A fi. Tel. Col. ;i(IO.
The li. Ill )fr lieitln nrtolior ISIb, tola.
Outdoor iiit."m t -30 to 4 all In tar.
KMAI.N sniooi, , t . ,
ant West Tmii St. A rlrictl lllgri Sehool.
hrreyo'ir IntPreM and your son's arrfaJth
fully firt kI. 'I lilrteenth Year tiesini Oct. 4.
TIIK.HItOM.VSCIIOOI.OrTUTOIllNO.
241 . T.'.lli streei. Tel. Columbus SK4.
Onf st a tlmn with (earlier, only method
or teaching pupil liow to study.
nt:itKi:i.t:v-ii( INIi SCHOOL.
"rrnui I'rlmiry to t ollege." liym.,
finlin'g Pool, e'e nrth imr otien' net.
lllll. .Hsi-U M. s.1,1 HI. Tel. Cot. 141 A.
I Oil Cllltl.S AMI YOf.NO WOMKN.
IUMIITIIN INSTITI'Ti: FOIC C.IIIL9.
ULirMde lrle ami with strnet, New Yorlc
city, a thoroughly equlpp!. long stab
llshed school. Health aaie guarded.
Tin: DKi.ANn: v school for giklh.
Cor W. Knd Av. A osth Nt. From kinder
garten to collega. Kaperlal attention gtven
to ins study of Kmrltab. Kiraieli, Mat a.
TIIK HAItN HI .srilOOI. FOH GIRUsl.
Klmlers-artra to ('nlliHm. Onutuatea In
iMdlng C'ollerea. (iymnaslnm anl TsnnU.
Catalogue. 42J Mt ustti Street.
sitivKKNiur: sciiiioi. for giklh.
Tli et K111I Ave., Cor. laid St. Klnder
rartrn to rollrce. Hoys thru 4th OrM
MtuxjJ ()H-n Oct. lllh. Tel. KLeevlde UIU
TIIK BROWN NCIIOOI. OF TI'TORINC.
2311 . 7..th St. Dtll.-o V4I W. 7.1ttl St.
tine at tlmn with tejirliftr, only inetha.t
01 iiacuinic iiipu now 10 muuy.
IIOTII KXKS.
ETIIirAI. fll.TI KK HCHOOL
Ootnl I'srk Wit snd Slity thlrd gtntt.
From Kindergarten to College.
Atkletlc Field. Opea Air Departnnt
The Sihool Where Keroril Are Made,
learn 10 Com entrale.
rlltk TetiAnl far I 'nmli I ration.
-'.Ml West T.'.tll St.. ... lrl.T44Cnl
THIS) niltr.CTOKT ATPKARS II4I1.Y
a MXII4V. itArr.s on itr.oi i:sit,
THK SCHOOL.. rOI.I.KGK A.M ()4MP
ni'iir.AV. .. i. hi'N. 1. sjitt.
Hi
revYofkPreDaratorY
SCHOOL l2e"YURS
VI Park At., bet. :iith and 9th "lis., N. T.
Cor. franklin X Jerterion Ais., Brooklyn.
savk on r. oit Miinr ykars in
a" LUIwlLCttoE. K.
NKW TKIIM IlKlllNS NKl'l. lain,
bend for Catal i "succesi tn ltoients' Kia-u.
POII (illll.S AM) Ol'N(l WOMKN.
NKW VOItK CITY, Nets Vork.
5!5WiRNftRD SCHOOLS
sSfHOUSEHOLD ARTS
IBM! r T
ill! li hi,, .w tnrk
younu woman or the oldor
ai iS sir' hn noi- noi vn 10 ciioen.
Ililtf offer ,rariical iiiurses In l)re.
rW niakiiik-. Millinery. OsiVlni. Arts
-- -7, nml 1 r.itr. llo'l-eoMi 1 .i-i-ovioi.'..
Th" ininii do the nctnal nnrk niindt home
surro.inoii I . Also -pedal course in fuiiversy
llonal Premn snd Knsllsh, tncluillnic DraniaUS
Art.. Hue nr nil of the courses may I10 UUso.
t'atalci un rcuunst. Tel. Wtt'i ocnuyler.
THE GRAHAM SCHOOL
for lilrls. t'oller Prri'aratory and General
I'uursea from l'rlnisry to I'nstf rsdoate. Music. 1
llltcrslde PrlTii, at 56th St. Tel. Schuyler 4.
10IST YKAlt OPP.NS OCT. 4TH.
HAUI.EM Y. W. C. A.,
H Wft 1:1th Mtreet.
Duy and exenlim classes.
Term begins Sept, 25.
DRESSMAKING
Heopens Monday, October Uth.
rill; V.I.TIN M'HOOI. KIK (illll.S.
1CD & Wl VVe.t 71th yi.. N. Y.
MA.MAHONFXK New York.
Oaksmeme
SITUATION- In biautK'll Westthtsler
Paiimi illiMitK nti t.mie Im.miI K.iunJ.
rOL,l!"U- Colleito tireiMratoiy, voca- I
tlenal .u, J lliilslilni; KiecUl tr.iliilnat lr
eul u .ii nutili t .iml case or manner.
Mrs. MKKKII.I.'S SCHOOL POR (IIRLS
.Mmiuionnl., N, Y, Teletiheae U06.
VALIIALIA New York.
Chappaaun Moimrnln Institute, j
VillmlU W11.I1 luster Co.. N. Y.
A lnwue n'lionl f r (illll.s, In tlm resil
Ininilri, under iiii or Piimds. Ilonis
nitillli-l fill ollltfT lllllilleil. nth esi, mi
milt a from N. V.i li) nries, iou ft ele.
ii.,i, I'litmirv. I'ictrir.itorv. Mtiiilc. Art.
Uomestle hclene, .Mnmml TralnlnK and
' I'ominerclal Uepis. (i iniianliiiii. Ilegi nta
H'Ulnlird llnt'S llOo In I0H. f ..Uilejt.
N V Dtllce, lloom HO. SO Ve ft, Tel,
fljki; Curt
085lNING-ON.IL'lsON, New ork.
(IHSIMNO SCHOOI. POR HIRLH.
miPurl'.'iii to .N-w Ynik HrriiJisli'iy. oe
linl.sl, Arl. Mu-ii'i and Homo Making Coursss.
Cardeiiinii anl lloillcutture Hh year Mod'
nu tnillinnzf in a tensers paik .Vemruls
Aoiiie fur youtiuer utrU Year llnok on leiiussi.
Claris ('. Puller, I'rliu lil, Marlins J. Nana
anore, Aesiirlute Principal, Uuz 111, Ossluluf.
u-lludsou, N, Y,
APItOHA-ON-P PDA New York.
WALLCOURT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
lleiinins net. (III. limited number,
Hill""! eertllh itn udmlla to tullrsro, lien
erul rouisc. llmuo ecoiininlis. Supervised
fltllletlie Adilrees
MR". ANNA (.Ol.llSMITII TAYLOR, H.A.,
Ai'iiiii;A-iir.-L;At i;iia, .x.iv suiov.
ORPP.NWiril PonneetlcuL
The Kl.v School,1 Oreenwlch, t'oaaectlea.
ltooptoa October 4th, IMS,
Miss Foley of Hoboken are t Crow
fords. Mr. and Mrs. Frellnghuyscn and Miss
M. K. Frellnghuyscn, who have been
touring the mountain, have returned to
their estate nt Dublin. Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Jackson of Philadelphia are with
Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1. Jcnks nt the
Mount Washington Hotel for the re
mainder of the season.
Kurt Wlttccnsteln of Virginia Hot
Springs has come to the Mount Pleas
ant House to spend a few weeks and Is
to exploro the mountain tralto In the
vicinity on horseback.
Mr. nnd Mm. G. Arnold Dlmond, Mr.
nnd Mrs. .1. ltenwick 'fjlmond nnd
Andrew llyrne of New York motored
from their summer nome at jenerson w
Turner's Tavern for luncheon.
Miss K. Strafford Millar of Australia
has Joined friends nt Upland terrace,
liethlchcm. H. Garvin Oilman of New
York Is at tho Terrace.
ENGAGEMENTS ANNOUNCED.
Ntrrt.KT, N. J.. Sept. 17.C0I. and Mrs.
Henry G. Prnut of Stockton place have
nnnounced the engagement of their
daughter, Mlsa (lahrtella Prout, and
Paul Green Tomllnson of Elisabeth.
Helleviuk, N. J.. Sept. 1". The en
gagemcnt Is announced of Miss Anna
Knight, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will
iam ivnigiu 01 mm limn, hjiu 111c iki. j
1Oater Jiaaey 01 iimncnoro.
AND ACADEMIES
TOH HOVS AND TOUNO MBN.
NEW YOIIK CITY New York.
THE CARPENTER SCHOOL
Sln-.Ht IV KMT KN'll AVK.
F.ST A II. llton. KF.OPF.NS OCT. It.
Hlsh School (Irammar ft Primary grades.
l'uplls 7 to 17 sears of ne. Hours to
5:30. Hours of Primary dept. so adjusted
tint suirrllon ot got ernenaes or maids Is
unnec'i.ar Allows less expense. Report
nn thl school tnken from "lteit Private
School." Sargent handbook, series DIC
' The lya are rrom ramllies no wisn tor
1.-1- an..- ..nM.nllv uI.Im vt NVm tMilhelln
supervision. Practical Manual Tralnlnc and I
OUIUOOr Hie onin niinilien wmi pi.uou mill
tnnn sen'e." 79 students. Masters only.
COLUMBIA
GRAMMAR
FiiiDSCHOOL
Ml!. H. 7 and U WLST initl) NT.
Flruproof building, lloya rapidly prepareil
for 1'otninbla, Cornell. Harvard. Princeton,
Yale A other. Iteglteil liy Riwenta. Ituslncs
CourseM, Primary Cla.vm. (lym, Playg'd,
Atbletle Pield. Tel. a7s7 ltlier.
BERKELEY-IRVING SCHOOL
I.OLI-i I). KAY. Ilraduna.ter.
All grades. "Kroni I'rlmaiy to College."
Thorough Kork. Small classes. Individual
Instruction. Modern Hull line- Oymnaslum,
Swtmmlnar Pool. PUvground. 309 W. Ilrd St.
Tel. .Svhuv nil. J7lh Yr. opens Oct. 11.
TRINITY SCHOOL
139.117 lint put Street, New Vvrk
Founded II Oil
Primary, nrammar and High School
Prepare for all Colleges
MSth Year Opens Monday .September tSth
LOYOLA SCHOOI
TARK AYR. Mil ST.
A private preparatory school directed by
JESUIT PATIIKHS. 17th year Urine Oct. 4th.
P.ct. J. listens Illchsrds. S. J,, Principal.
Address Rer. P. P. O'Uorraan, 8. J., Principal.
ST. ANN'S At'ADP.MY, HI K. 7th St.
l!tii hrhiK7l,(lramoiur,Prltuury Send for Catalox
lions ee Mann hehool far lloya Vlrall
Prettyumn, Jlmdinaster W 241th St . N.Y.C.
I'KKKSKIIX Ness York.
OlestcDctfcr miliiary Jlcadcay. mc,
Peckakill, N. Y.
JAMEM N. .McC'Lt'lii:. llradmastar.
MANUIS New York.
TIIK MAM. IPS SCHOOI.. Two schools
St. Joss's, JlUltsry. Yertrck Htil. for boys t
lull, lnteit srale. lienrriil 1VM. VKKIIKCK,
Pres.. Hot h, Munllu, , .
l'KINCETON Nesr Jersey.
PBtNrr.ToN PKP.i'AKATonr sruDou
Collens prspnrntory school for boys over
fourteen Itapld procress possible because
of limited number ot pupils (10) and trsa
om from rlrld claaa orcanliatloo. Sx
silent equlpmsnt.
J. II. PINK, lies J Master. Prlns.loa. M. I.
ESSK)k rKI.l.S New Jarasy.
IVIiCVjr 1 IWKATOHV SCHOOL
In New Jereey Vlllls SMI It. elevation.
Loner rliool fur llnvs 10 tn 14,
t. It. CAMI'HKl.I.. A.M.. Essex Kelk. N. J,
BHOOKLYN Ness Torts,
PRATT INSTITUTE
nilOOKI.YN. S. V.
NrilOOLS OP PINK ANI APPLIEO
AUTH. IIOI'SKIIOI.II SCIKNTK AND
ART1, ( IRNCR AN1 TKC1INOI.OI.Y.
LIBRARY MTKNCK ANU KINDER
tiAKTKN TRAININO.
Day Classes Open Sept. 20
Evening Classes Open Sept. 27
lltKDKHIC II. PRATT, herrrlary.
IIOTII SKXKS.,
Nr.W YORK PITY. New Yorlt.
NOTKlFOK Ii:T4II.I!I ANNOirATR.
MIINT OP THK KIII'I'ATIONAI, All.
VANTAOKS OPFKRIIO HY HIIOUKS
SlCIIOOI.. N-n-P4-t4 MUST WITH HT.,
MKi: TIIKHK I'lll.ltMNS KVKUT SUN
WAT AMI millNKSIIAY.
LANSDOU'NII'rnnsylTanl.
THE SANATORIUM SCHOOL,
IIOTII SKXK1. I.on.downe. Pa.
Offers sperlMl Instruetlnii .ind Irnilnirnta for
epeeth defei'tn, nervousness, and Infantlla
Paralyslo Victims. Cntsloius. V. M. K IS II I).
ni'SINESK SCHOOLS.
NKW W11IK PITY, New York.
Service Mmolypr UfpirimfBIS.
li..v.uiil rcninr Mfsirns.
tan or wrne ior tiiuu.
. f .
call or wtite I'.r catalogue.
123d M. 4 Lenox Avfc
rnwrnon! a rouNOBo.
m m m-m mm- B0 m
Eveninfl cou-ses in Ar.countlnrt.Flnance
L2w.tconomics.ft :;trt iinaafidSeillnfl
32 broadvay,N.VC. Booklet on request
I.AM SCHOOL.
BROOKLYN, New York.
1
BROOKLYN LAW
"uu:;:ti;; ?:tfl school
Day anu Sidling Schools. ,-iUdsnts may
attend cither. Three year couiaa. lilia
UiidariU. llipiilenced tiMi'hsre. Ccalial
ierailon Cwiuliigue 011 request.
WILLIAM P. Kit II MIHMIN. llraa.
CHIROPODY.
NKW OKK "i'lTY. New Yark.
If You Wish to Enter
upon n profosslonnl career which la un
crowdud uhero Die competent and Indus
trious reap n larnr. return from their
labors, send tor our catalog.
SCHOOL Uh LtllKOr-UDY OF N. Y.
1 IHeflatored by the Ittienti).
til WMi ItJUi Hl H, V. City.
AMttaiSMF.NTM.
Noiirtt to Tin: PATitiiNsi if
o-aixn to tiik iNriNvt.MKM 1; '4iNi:ii nv Tin: sriirnr evil smiur.
TIIK MKHHRs). BIU BF.HT HAtK I'ltOVIIIlin VMM KVTVt IH S St.lt VK H FOH
TIIK rATIIKNSl OK Till; HIH'IUIUI THKATItr.H LIVING I'l'TOWN. TIIHI:K f!AIS
n ll.l, StTAIIT AT 17.V1 II S I lir. I, I Arll 7 111 . I 14 N Hill I I.T A I 7MII ASVII7I43
o'ci.iicw. nniNoiNii tiik ni kin iiiii.ddiih to hii: kooiisi nr Tin: hiiii.
IIKRT TIIIMTIIhS. Till". HMOWISII OF
co.Miti:roK ktitij-ji rot) to a rm:r.
llrondo ny A MUt
Kvenlng S
MArlNKi: lO-AKIKUOW Mr. TO !..V.
The One
BIG PLAY
of the
Year !
Man
WiinamX ITIIW
A. Brady
produces it
Came
with a remark
bl eaat headed
Km a..- M - .1
Backi
mm 'iN iiasn.
"Ksery act la betlar
1
llian the one before,
nu ereery one) has sur-
liriae. punch." Amtrican,
"Kyerr eDlsodo la m "hl skii
act.' But act lhr la tha 11.. in
bwi mra.'
7W Toplri.
1WLAYH0USE2
Male.
"ed.l
tat.
"lv,knl Mats. W11J.A; Sat.a.30.
In a new Comedy. MR. I.AZ4KVH.
Pierrot 1 Prodigal
THE PANTOMIMB WITH MUSIC.
BOOTH rh-a.45thBt. W.rif IPway. Kr.H :30.
BUVIIlMi nrm Wa . Ht. i in
Miiini Elliott's T1!,sf.AT.,yTo.Nlglit8:30
Tbereafter4 Tlmi-iDlj ,lrl lun.U-lw.aD-u.jo
Unlvenal Picture
prnaent
lila Wsher anil
'Idle Wives'
Phillip Nmalley In
Special Mii'leP.1 cry Perfortnance nel. tn. I
(.NoC'lilldrrn AdniHU'd.) tiuuu,
NEW YORK'S) LEADING T II
EMPIRE WED. EVE. 8 :15
m MAK:iip.t In Wm. Someret
amftalaTal I mM Maugham's comedy
WUi-IM CAROLINE
LYCEUM TO-NIGHT 8:15
.Mallnee. Thursday A- Saturilnv, 'jil.l.
OTIS SKINNER
In lirwith Trsrklnffton'i Atnrrlran romfMv
"MISTER ANTONIO"
GAIETY
TIIKA.. H'ay. 4 81. Es UIO.
Malineo Wed. A Hat., a. 20.
IIDCDTV W. 42dt. TKl(llnll
LlOCflll ncl.Hundaya,2:16 A MlOP.M.
r.ie. a; rat. .'Mat va. .mi. i.isj. v.uo
Another Mats. Inel. Sunday as, .vie. I Oil.
D. W. GRIFFITH'S r.".',..
"NKw YORK AND
IUIIYI.ON OO
WEl.LTIHlKTUEIt.'
N. Y. Tribune.
Life's Mlrhty Droma
In one aweeplnr
ulance.
OHCIIF.STRA of AO
tllllil ray eitortlonato prices In
WnY spo-tilatorTi ubrn Komi mi
arn in saio si me nox tm'',
I Week In adtanro at remilftr nrle.
This I tilts only way wo can uj;Rit in
aiolil die annojauces our patron but)
CMK'N'Mirnii ifirnlltfli speculators
formerly Candler The. W.4'."t
Kv...s 30. Last.Mat. Wed. !it I
nZII:iit,rl3l:M
UADDIC W' UM. Km-., n .'III.
nnnnia mi., wed ns a -jo.
I.XSt !
WI.I.Ks
wilh MAIMiK klANLIIY.
W 42 st Kv s .in.
Mat. Weil ,V M.I
l1
Mullnre
1i)-dr 2 lis.
Rent Heats I.OO.
pimi'AM'ii.i ai.i.
with D4VI AUIA lOD .Novoltlea
ANNA Jsr l.ODOPeople
MlWIfTl ftstiedhy I MAMMOTH
1IAM.BTlR.il HUltNHInE'MINriTllF.l.H
Heals weeiis ahead, to i;tactnii D.iy
THsliriUT 7: 10
I Union I shuni
Onem.
With .Mclriip"!"'"' "r and Orchestra
'ITY STinitill l:,ntl M "'i'1
I ul.l.Kor. aslWlslUni Anisterilani Aie
AH Plflll ill' Ill" Direct (o .MtlnllllUI.
llrmilviav SuliH.ic In 1.17th Street
.Manaxeineiil Metromlltn MihIimI lluriMii
An up 1 11 ) rwien 11 iiiv imihi ,ir
.tULUMOIA A t;li J n A 1.1 Prfees
c B0WE"V BURLES'!,ERS -
SarWAY&47"SI I X ' i-iei.r.iuni -eriliri'Il
1 nTANI lalenlln Cram. Tlu
II00N 10II iOlS Haiiahter of M n-iircmr
Tlirre arc so many euellrnt intti
tutions that it is difficult for parents
to decide which to iclect. To help
toIe your problem unbi&sied infor
mation bearing on your particular
instance end booklets of any school
or college will be tent you free upon
request. Write, stating near what
rity or town you would like your
children to be, what kind of school
and how much ou deiire to spenJ
for tuition and support. Immedi.
atrly upon reading this advertise
ment write to
The New York Sun
Ifchant, trollege and Camp Bureau,
ISO Nassau h New Yark.
eCeiZS$& I "THE BIG I
SHOW"
AMCSKMENTS).
Tin: Ptittnr.itT iiii:atiii:ii
lOt'lt TIII.AIItl. IK hDIS III THK
itini:.
39th ST.
'I'lien., nr. Il'y Kvg s.20.
Mnllnent We I. A S.il a,2().
VERY GOOD EDDIE
A Muilcnl t'ninnly Tlmt l Dilferent,
CASINO
Il'w.iy.v amiiM Kg.s 1.1
Mlllre-e! A . I-,.
SMtM-hiiuhiy
44th St.
Thes.,lul S .of H'wa.Kvs 8:1 J
.Mill nee v e l. A Mai. 2.i..
hti:
Tilt: FAI.I. IIITMMI OF NKW
Mr VI. KM IN
m
TYPICAL SIII IIKItT Ml'HIt'AI, HIIUW-
I III. III. I OKI. VI.
kl nib MitlneiwWeil.A Snl.J I ft,
IIICIIAItll MAI.1I ll'l.l.l'M
"(iloritleil melodrama a sin.i'liltis sue
ccss.""Zlt" In N. Y. JOb UNA I..
A BLAZING SUCCESS
iQTU T Just K.orii'Kny. i:k.k:'J.-.
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