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Gifts of silver are the most
cherished of all.
The elegance and usefulness
of a silver gift will forever re
call fond memories of the wed
Appropriate and attractive
articles may bo bad here, rang
ing in prim from the least ox
pensive to the most elaborato.
Your inspection is invited.
Kichmnnd's Loading Joweicrs,
Second and Hrond Sts.
(Continued Krom Klrst I'uro.j
tary of Labor and Mrs. Williams Wil
hoii wir'- among the* olhi-r guests.
This ceremony wab performed by the
R*v. Cndfrey W iJrlnley, of St Paul's
Krhool. ''oncorri, N. H., assisted by the
Rev ICdwin Harm s Nlver, I), D., rector
of Christ I-lplscopal Church, this ?? itv.
Mlas McCorinack wore an Imported
court train which hanics front one
point lace, the unique feature being a
gown of Ivory Fat in combined with rose
shoulder, caught with a spray of orange
blossoms. Her tulle veil, arranged in
rap fashion and edged with rose point
lace, waft held in place by a coronet of
bouquet of lilies of the valley and
orange blossoms. She cat ried a shower
orchids Captain Isaac Kmerson. her
stepfather, gave the bride In marriage.
The maid of honor was Miss Nona
McAdoo, sister of the bridegroom.
Mr McAdoo had as his best man bis
brother, William S. McAdoo, Jr., of New
I Inn >1 re?l? Hilled lij Kartliqunkf.
F''!la. llulgaria. June -? Hclated re
port.- Oj tll< effects "I the recent earth
quake It Hulu'arla fh'iw that hundreds
wr? killed In the towns of Tclnova
and 'Sornla Orehovltza In the latter
place many buildings were destroyed.
Tli' - ? 1 : 1 r.
Will Be Married on June 25
MINS S AHAll TKRHE1.Ii niSMNKI.I..
Snlern, Vn., June 21.? Dr. nuil Mr.n. J. K. ilnnhneil have Imrnrd rnriU of
Invitation for Hip itpproxrhliiK mnrrlnic of their daughter, Sarnli Trrrrll to
William Alnnnilrr Andemon, Jr., of 1'rlnccton, \V. \ a. The wrilritnK nlll hp
celebrated In the Snlcra Prcnby tcrlnii t/hurch. on \\ pilnf*iliiy rtrnlng, June ilii,
nt S:ltO o'clock. Many lutrrent injc drlnlln hnve hren plnnned to liuve the Tved
iIIdk renemble that of the lirlilr-elcct'* purcot*.
>Ilnn lliinlinell lx n yotinK rrorurin of licconipllftli men I*. She linn devoted
much time to rrork ilone hy tlie DniiKhtern of tlie t onfeileracy, the Daughter*
of the Aiucrlcnn Itevoiutloa and the I lilted Daughter* of the Confederal'}-.
She nim eiluented nt Sayre CollrKt. l.rxlDKtun, Ivy., anil In Interested In
nrt mid educational nork. She I.h prominently related throiiKhout Virginia,
helnn the urn n d it n n x li t er of Dr. and .M r?. (Icorjcr Porter Terrell, and a nifce
of ? < ienernln Jiune* II. anil William it- Terrell, of t'lvll War fame.
M r. \ndemon in n nun of the late I'riuicln anil lln?n Ilruee A ndernon,
nlio llveil nt the old Andemon entitle on llie Jainen lllvcr. He In n nrplirir
of former \ 1t orne?-< .rneral Andemon, rrho nerved for \ irfflnia cIrIiI yearn,
lie In KiilnlnK a reputation In eduentloiinl nork. lie Rrudunted from V. I*. I.,
lllnekiliiirK, in 1M04, nluec which time he han field renponnlhle eduoatlonnl
The analysis of this water
shows that it is "one of
the purest natural
waters to be found any
It is absolutely free of any vegetable or organic water
whatsoever; has only 1.58 grains to the L\ S. gallon of
di^r-olvable minerals, this making it one "f tlie lightest
as well as one of the very purest of natural water. And
it is proven to be highly "Radio-Active." Can you ap
preciate the value of this property? Von know that
"radium" has wonderful curative properties; is one of the
best of tonics, without the slightest reaction or untoward
influence. It is estimated that 35.000 people each dav
take the "Water Cure" at Hot Springs, Ark. Why go
to these springs when you have one of the best of "Radio
Active" springs here at your very door? Try this trulv
wonderful water and be convinced. Your improved
health will show vou our statements are true.
A.sk your physician, he
will recommend its use.
In Buying the Best Coal to Meet Your Requirements.
Our Coal facilities and service being second to none, we
solicit your trade. If you arc not burning Briquetts in your
jj kitchen range this hot weather, you are loosing money. Let
I us tell you why.
| E. P. Murphy & Son, Inc.
708 East Main Street.
Private Branch 'Phone - - - Monroe 71.
COME FROM BEHIND
? WITH MIGHTY PULL i
AND CAPTURE RACEi
(Continued Prom First Page.)
freshman eight after a hard raU<T It
looked like a field day for Charles
J Courtney, but to-night the Syracuse
war cry Is resounding along the pal- j
llsades. The spell of the wizard of
the Hudson was broken for a few min- !
utes at least. The final drive of the :
Syracuse hoys is something to remem
ber and talk about. There is no mad '
flurry to a close bout race finish. It is J
a long-drawn-out thrill that chokes j
the cheers in the throat and reduces
one tr. awed silence as the boats creep
snakelike to th<- mark. And even after '
it Is all over, one has to pause and j
locate one's breath before starting a
yell. That's ihe kind of a finish thev
had to-day In that last race.
As most everybody rather bromidi- I
cally remarked, it was an ideal day
and an ideal race, the combinations
being the boating fan's general idea
of heaven. The sky was as clear as
a bell, and the river was as smooth as
oil Also, there was a large crowd.
Mr. Courtney's hitherto copyrighted re
gatta, is, bj and large, the most varied
an<l various affair of the kind that
takes place anywhere in the country.
It is true that Yale and Harvard and
Princeton do not compete against Mr.
Courtney, but there Is a very good
reason. Vale and Harvard and Prince
ton are rather exclusive when it comes
to being defeated at anything, and they
don't care about having it happen to
them with such publicity as necessa
rily attends the Courtney way.
1 Historians say that both Vale and
Harvard came here years ago, but
. found such a lack of nourishment that
j they went back to picking on each
other while Princeton has even been
regarded more as a carniverous col
lege. rather than as an amphibious
j Notwithstanding the withdrawal of
. the patronage of the very upper cruet
of colle room, Mr. Courtney does very
well. The regatta to-day attracted
about 145 partially nude young men,
j which is considered quite a showing In- j
Pouprhkeepsie is by nature and habit'
. a peaceful community, but once a year
i It gives itself up to an aqueous liot
i on land and river, although the aqua
! is much more noticeable on the river I
; than .in terra iirma. They have been !
holding boat races hereabouts since j
180S except in 1S9R, when the inter
j collegiate rowing conflicts took place
! at Saratoga.
Beside#; boat races, the chief product
I of Poughkeepsie is the Vassar gradu
: ate, known far and wide throughout
ihe I'nited States. Unfortunately,
enough of these graduates arejnrrt in
evidence to any disquieting.^ lextent '
during the boat races, as the.dbllege is
closed) for the summer and few If any
! graduates can be prevailed upon to
remain In Poughkeepsie oyer the heat
It is estimated that some 20,030 peo
ple maili the journey from New York
j alone to-day, while thousands of
others trim j frim Syracuse, Ithaca and
j other State points.
Price* linler Control*
L<ong experience with the festive fol
lowers of aquatic sports has taught the
; residents of Poughkeepsie several
things. One Is that a regatta is pro
ductive of much transient money, and
j that there are many ways of getting
same. Tt must be said for Pough
keepsie, however, that It keeps its
prices under fairly good control, even
In its moments of greatest excitement.
As showing you to what extent wis
dom carries In Poughkeepsie, we cito
the fact that the bar at the Nelson
House closed as soon as the crowd
departed for the river and remained
closed the rest of the day. This curi
ous and revolutionary custom can be
traced back to some remote year that
Columbia won a race hereabouts, which
was long before Charles 13. Courtney
got his teeth firmly fixed In this re
Anchored out in the stream during
the race were a number of the big
excursion boats that cruiso between
107 East Broad Street
Spot Cash Takes Great Bargains
In Each of Our Departments,
Monday, June 23rd.
Our Millinery Department Offers
For One Hour, 9 to 10 o'Clock
Any Hat in our parlor at exactly half original price.
20c'/c discount on Ribbons, Flounces, Feathers, Aigretts, Veilings, Crepes
Untrimmed Hats, beautiful shapes, worth $3, $4 and $5 sale price,
Ratine Coat Suits
Black and white, lavender and white, blue and plain white,
with exquisite collars and buttons; original price ^**7 PCO
$12.50 and $15.00; Monday's price I
Extra Size Suits
Perfectly New, Clean Tailored Suits, in blue.
black and gray; sizes 38 to 47; sold originally U? O
925.00 to $32.50; Monday
Lingerie, Ratine, Linens and Ginghams
W hat we have left will be sold, regardless of cost, to close
this line cJut.
CREPE DE CHINE LACE TRIMMED PETTI
COATS, S5.00 value
MESSALINE SILK PETTICOATS,
Chiffon Blouses. Brocade
Silk Shirts: sold formerly
from $5.00 to S6.50.
Our Hair Goods and Toilet Articles Must Go
Hair Braids?many of these sold at Si2.00 and AA
BARRETTES, former prices 25c, 50c, 69c; Monday 15c
Sempre Giovine 39c
Sutol Cold Cream 25c
Lip Rouge ioc
Gray Bros. Hair Dye 50c
Actual cost is all we ask, on any piece of Neckwear in our
department Monday. Look these over.
This Sale is to Make Room
for our Grand Summer Sale of Imported Fur Garments, and
Fur Department will be an equal showing with our always
up-to-date Millinery Department, and we propose to make our
house the largest and best Millinery and Fur house in the South.
Monday every pair of Hose will be sold at exactly cost, and
the assortment is tine. We
can match any sample. Beau
tiful Silk Hose in taupe,
leather, bronze, gold, light
blue, pink. lemon, purple,
American Beauty, navy, new
blue, green, black and white.
Little Tots' Sox. 25c.
Silk Sox will be sold, 6 pairs
to box, $1.05.
Lisle Sox, 6 pairs to box,
We mean to close this de
partment. and merchandise will
be sold at prices to insure sale.
At Actual Cost for Monday.
16-button Length Kid Gloves,
our regular $3.50 quality, $2.25.
16-button Length Kavser and
Niagara Silk Gloves, $1.00 qual
16-button Length Chamosettc
Gloves, $1.00 quality, 89c.
Any of our 50c Gloves, 39c.
Fmbrtiidercd Silk Gloves, 16
button length, white and all deli
cate shades, formerly sold from
' $2.50 to $3.00: Monday, $1.50.
COLD STORAGE OF
Furs, Coats, Suits and Rugs
SUMMER PRICES ON ALL REMODELING OF FURS
Express paid on all purchases of $5.00 and over through,
Virginia and Carolinas.
Millinery Telephone, Madison 3873.
Fur Department and Office, Madison 4387.
Albany anil the big town for the espe
cial benefit of moonlight spooners. They
loomed up over the scores of pleas
ure yachts and motor-boats that
thronged the channel, like chalk cliffs,
land their decks were jammed with peo
ple. Several of the river liners had
bands aboard, and they poured the oil
of ragtime melody upon the troubled
The green hills of Poughkoepsie,
207 W. Broad Street.
OUR aim is to please.
Now 1b the time to consider the
question of a Gas Range. We handle
Let us show you our complete line
of Porch Chairs. The Chair like cut
has wldo bent rockor, with double
oano back and seat, heavy back posts,
bent. Each corner of seat supported
by iron braces.
j overlooking the river, swarmed with
I people petting a far-si way view of the
t races. Both shores close to the water
j were also lined with spectacles.
The lone spidery bridge spanning
I the Hudson at this point was a gallery
for several hundred people, although
I the view from up there must have been
only a sort of bird's-eye view at best.
The observation train which ran back
and forth along the west shore included
cars devoted exclusively to the various
competing colleges. The railroad runs
so close to the river that a seat in
an observation car put the face at
one's feet, and tin- spetcator could al
most count the muscles in the naked
backs of the nearest crew, if a spec
tator was Immodest enough to Jo such
When the boys in the big event were
finally sent away at 0:10, .Syracuse was
first to catch the water, and they wet;e
instantly rowing 40 to the. minute, Wis
consin and Cornell were doing 4t?, while.
Columbia held at 39, Washington 40
and Pennsylvania 35.
Syracuse went right to the front
with ( Columbia and Cornell close up,
and these positions were maintained
early. At the half-mile, Syracuse was
leading, with Columbia second. Cornell
third; Wisconsin, fourth; Washington,
fifth ami Pennsylvania last. They were
closely bunched as they went by the
half-mile mark in 11:30. The sight was
manificent, and the crowds ashore sent
up yells of approval.
4'olmnblfl Forjtr* Abend.
At the mile mark, reached In 4:30.
Columbia had forged Into a half
length's l<-ad, with Cornell second,
which was two lengths ahead of Syra
cuse, Pennsylvania, Washington and
Wisconsin forming the second division.
I Cornell was rowing SO to th<< minute,
but holding even with Columbia?turn
Pennsylvania was practically out of
the race as the mile and a half was
reached in 7:08. Columbia, too. seem
ingly had shot her bolt, for Cornell
at this point b^gan to creep up. while
Syracuse, forging away from Wiscon
sin, Washington and Pennsylvania,
also started edging up on the Blue and
Kor another milo 4?olumbla held dog
gedly to her slender advantage, Cor
nell gaining by luchos and Syracuse
yards on every stroke. Just beyond
the two ami threo-Quartcr-iullo post
the three were on even li-rms. Two
more long, tharp strokes ami Syracuse
iiml Cornell had both caught ami pass
ed the wavering Columbia crew, and
the hoys from the heights of NVw Vorlt
appeared out of It.
From then on, it was a duel, hard
fought all the way. between Syracuse
and Cornell. At three miles, Cornell
hoisted her stroke and gained slightly.
The Syracuse bowman was jerking
noticeably as if on the verge of a col
lapse, hut hi* held grimly to the stroke.
I and the Cornell spurt was met and
! countered. Slowly, then more rapidly,
| as the tinish mark was neared, Syracuse
1 again pulled away until at the end,
j Cornell was evenly lapping the Syra
cuse shell. When Columbia broke, she
broke badly. Washington and Wis
consin were finishing splendidly Hoth
i overtook the Jilue and White shell and
Washington edged into third place,
three-quarters of n length behind Cor
nell, and half a length in front of
Wisconsin, which in turn led Columbia
by a good length
Pennaj Ivonla, never in the race after
the starting splash, was completely
distanced and finished in the wash of
the steward's yacht. It was Sy racuse's
tirst varsity victory since 190S.
It was some little time before It per.
men ted the vast crowds on the river's
bank that Syracuse had won. and that
the newcomer from the Far West was
"in.si<<-," but when announcen*>nt was
megaphoned and miched everybody tht?
cheers of the people, mingled with a
pandemonium of tooting whistles that
echoed for miles through the sleepy
fastnesses, of tin* Catskills and the
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