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SMART SEPTEMBER WEDDINGS AT COUNTRY PLACE?
Nuptial Ceremonies of Well Known Young People Are Celebrated?Several Engagements of Social Interest Announced?Society Begins to Turn Its Thoughts to the Approaching Season. William A. Cummings, of l*:? Berkeley Place. St. Johns Episcopal Church, St. John's Place, will he the scene of the ceremony at 8:30 o'clock. The hride will be attended by a maid of honor, Miss F. Gwendolyn Coffin. and four bridesmands, Miss Louise Cummings, Miss Josephine Stiver, Mi** Helen Roderick and Misa Grace Allen. Arthur Cummings is to be the best man, and serving as ushers will be Joseph W. Valentine. Harold Quant in, Clifford Ferris Lament and Percy Alar. Laraont. INDIAN SUMMER AT NEWPORT Faultless September Days Pro vide Good Reason for Lingering Longer. Newport. R, I., Sept. lia- This city has been having a touch of Indian sum? mer this week that make*? a lot of the summer residents feel more like stay? ing here than closing their estates and ?caving for their fall and ?inter homes. However, there were quite a few of the cottagers that hud planned to ?lose their seasons and they could not change their plans very handily, so they took their departure, for the most part with regrets. This is the pleasantest ::ine of the year here and ?t seems a shame that there ar? not more large season ii\: ures planned for the fall than there ?re, for after the horse show there is nothing of any account left on the programme. Those of the late stayers who like golf, and there are a lot of them, visit the links of the Newport Coif Club, ar I this week it seemed as if the whole of the colony were busily engaged on the links. Golf is increas? ing in poularity and in some of the matches this summer the largest entry lists in the record of the club have been noted. The club will remain open late, and also the Clambake Club, for the latter place is still being used al? most every evening for entertaining. A popular entertaining diversion this week has been coaching picnics into the country with Francis Eoche M the prime mover. Mr. Roche, who has he come quite an expert m 1 andling the reins with his couch and four, has on several afternoons taken parties of young people into the country towns for a little picnic, with a luncheon served under the shade of some con? venient tree in ihe Vaucluse district of Portsmouth. Mr. Roche's mother, Mis., Burke Roche, has returned from Europe and will remain until the late fall, fciul his brother, Maurice, is planning to re-j tura from Europe the middle of the | coming month. Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. McLean, of Washington, who have been occupying Black Point farm, in Portsmouth, as 'hey did last season, have had the 'arm closed for the winter. -Mr. and | Mrs. McLean went to Washington lute in the summer, and while they were expected to return for the horse show they did not, and with the closing of i the farm it would appear that this city i will not see any more of them until, i.e.-t season. Among the others who bave tic sed their seasons during the last few days ! have been Dr. and Mrs. Richard V.. Mattison, who have closed Bushy Paik and gone to Ambler, Penn.; Mr. and ? Mrs. Herbert M. Harriman, who have ? gone to Westburv; Mr. and Mrs. Ogden ' Mills, who have taken their departure , for their estate at Staatsburg, N. Y. Mr. and Mr?. Oliver Gould Jennings1 have closed their Bellevue av. home and have gone to their esute at Fairlield, ' Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. William Goadhy ' Loew left for Cien Cove early in the ; week, und Mr. snd Mrs. Riebard T. Wil? son, who spent the month o' August at Saratoga, stayed here hut a few days on ? their return, and have started for their i place at Palmetto Palm?, S. C, by a roundabout motor route. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Widenet nave closed their brief season and have gone to Philadelphia, and Mis. Nathaniel Thaycr, bavins clorod her estate on Bellevu-? av., has ??one to Lancaster, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Dulanev Ilowland, who were prominent among the enter? tainers this summer, have closed :.eir season and have pone *.o Red Bank, X. J. Mr. and Mis. William Payne Thonp* son have letumet! to Nett York. Mi. and Mrs. Francis I. Cower., of Philadelphia, who occupied the Shields cottage, on Ochre Point, this summer, have closed the pla?-*? and started f*r their winter home; Mr . Robert S. Mc Cormick, of Chicago, who spe-it her t rst Newport season at one of the Pin? ard rottuges, and who is to return I next **ea**on. has statted for Canads hj I field. Mata,, ti ?I Captain Charles K. Rockwell, son of Mrs. Juni?':- Rockwell. ut' Washington, were united in mar lage? Tht ceremony was performed motor !?> ineel her -on, who is ?shing there, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. StUrgM liave gone to their Lenox esta;?. All of these departures do not mean that there will not be anv to remain here, for already some of the colony have stated their intention of remain? ing as late as Christmas, and others have said that they will remain ail winter this year for the first time. In? cluded among the latter are Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Hillhouse, Mr, and Mrs. Philip A. Clark, Mrs. Joseph V. Stone and her daughter, Miss Emma Stone: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ilarriman. who will remain at Clover patch; Mis. C. Opilen Jones, who will keep her Mid Cliff open; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney .). Col ford, jr., who have the Knight cottage, on Bellevue av.. and Mr. and Mrs. Regi? nald Norman will also ; tay in Newport. Plough it has been their custom to go abroad for the last few winters. Miss Georgiana G. King, as usual, will also stay all winter. She has taken the cottage of Kotiert C. Hone, on Grei n* ough 'Place and Old Beach Road, foi the winter season. Mrs. I. Townsend Burden has an? nounced her intention of remaining until Christmas, and according to an? nouncement the November departures are to include Mrs. Reginald C. Van derbilt, who has the Gill eottge, on Bellevue av.; Mrs. William Kernochan, wh_ is occupying the Sheldon cottage, on Narragansett av.; Mr. anil Mrs. Charles F. Pond, who have the Denncn ' cottage, on Old Beach Road; Quite a few, however, have planned to take their departure about October 1. These include Mr. and Mrs. William E. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sampson Stevens, Mrs. Oliver 11. P. Belmont, ? Mme. de Riano, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Gillespie, Mrs. Neilaon Brown, and Mrs. Ricahid H. Townsend, of Wash? ington, who has been occupying the Sorchan cottage, Gull Rock, and who is to take a larger cottage when ihe returns next season. KINEO. Kineo, Me., Sept. H?. A vnv pretty wedding took place at noi/ii to-day, I when Miss Ve?a Wesson, daugiiter o? | Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Wesson, o? Spring New Models on the Lu s it a ni a The Lusitania, docking on Friday, brought us an additional collection of new and very inter? esting French models in Furs and Cloaks. This fortunate arrival affords us a greatly extended opportunity to suit the tn?te of our patrons with copies of models executed to order, especially as early importations of dressed skins are at hand for immediate cus? tom work. These models, with the earlier arrivals, will be on view early this week. In our new chah deportment may be seen an extraordi? nary assortment of garments in ail the new fancy dot ht. ?J^zeviUon Jure reres 19 We?t 34th St., New York Paria Montr?e! London by : he Re \ugu us P ID> col d. of Springfield, and only the immediate relative- ?on- presenta W . ii. Wesson and family hu<'? made theii summer home am Moody Island, Moosehead I.aka?, for ;iianv \',ai<. Last evening the party had their wedding supper at the New Mount Kineo House. Pretty table decorations were arranged by the manager, and the party consisted of Mr. ami Mr.--. W. II. Wetten, Mi:s Yei-a Wesson, Mr. and ?Mrs. William Atherton, Mrs. James Rockwell, Captain Charlea K. Rochwell, the Rev. and Mrs. A. P. Rec cord and liss t ora Pinderville. The open season on parti.dges be? gins to-da.?.. and a greal many person? are going into the woods on their an? nual fail hunting trip. Frederic Parker and ron and George D, Loud, of Boston, are camping on Riassua Lake, where they will un? doubtedly get their full ?|uota of birds. Mrs. .1. W. Melntyrt and son, Alfred, \>f Boston, have ju.-t started on a camp? ing and hunting tup. Miss Clara B. Winlhrop. of West Manchester. Mas?., will start around the Allagash Trip to-morrow. Austen Q. Fox, Mrs. Fon. Mitt Alice Fox and Austen II. Fox, of Maw York, are leaving to-day :or their camp at Socattan, where they anticipate re? maining until Xoveinbi I LENOX AND THE BERKSHIRE HILLS The Dog Show, Society's Chief Sporting Event. Is Held on Stokes Field. ? Leiio'.. Mas?.. Sept. 10. The climat of the Lenox senson wat tie dog s!k v on Tuesday on the ?-toker? Field. As a ?porting and society event it has i ?Aide following. Promirent axhibitoi like Mi- lohn c. Mallery tad Mrs. M. M. Van Heuren came from Newport Mrs. Tjli-r Morat and many of th? Loi g island colony enaa ap for the >how. The weather ??'as at its best and th?.- cei ? . - '?' mmi i ? amen all ? a eai mg 1 ?a v*. n mi?! . go ... . . M i and Mi?. George Winthrop r'oUom gave the luneheon for lhe oHuial- _':<i ex? hibitors at the show, to which abi u two hundred ?'ere invited. The piom '?leiice of the ?log show is non well irtablished, and perhaps no .how in the country pays more money prit'-i than Lenox, out id? '?: the metropolitan shows. Mra. Tyler Morse won ? num? ber of beautilul ?ups an?l plates, her Old English sheepdog Champion Blum : her being the best ?log in the show. Mrs, lohn i'. Ale! andre has all of i Lenox workilfg for ;? Red L'rosa fair. Mrs. All" Hi;.lie :? .'? ' U'lllhel' of th ? National lied ' ro .and ?greatly ? - a - lercsted in the reliif work. Will, her ill T:? :a ?* '.. *' ':'.<* l.'.i. '. fair a DCCCSJ a!' ' Mis. Churchill Satterlee, Mrs. Henry liollister Pea e. Mra. oiiuud Foater, Mis. Daniel P. Griswold, Mis. Edward Spencer, Mis?i Kate Cary, Mrs. Frank K. Sturgis, Mrs. Allen B. Fenna, Mrs. .1. Frederic Sehenek, Miss Emily Winthrop, Miss M. Civilise Alexandre, Mrs. S. Parkman Shaw. Miss Anna B. Shaw, Mrs. Rosa W. Whistler, Mrs. Richard C. Dixey, Mra. William B. 0. Field, Mis? Kitty Liwrenee. Mrs. Car? lo? de Heredia, Mra. Samuel Frothing? han a:;.I Mrs. Robert W. Paterson. Dr. Henry C. liaren **?:?* elected president of th? Stockbridge Golf and Tenais Club this week. congressman Allen T. Treadway ia vice-president. Walter P. Eaton secretary and Brown Caldwcll treasurer. On the e*.'.ecuuve commit'ee are Edwin T. Rice, Norman IL Davis, Car! A. de Ce-'sdorff and J. Woodward Haver,. The report of the club shows a legacy of six acres of land from the late Dr. Charles Mc Burney, former president ol the club. A meeting of the Leno- Junior Tennis Association elected Rose T. Whistler, presiden': George E. Turnure. jr., sec? retary; Moabit Bangs, treasurer, and Samuel Froth, nghatu, jr.. ar?! Mi.-< Symphorosa Briated members of the ex? ecutive comm.tte". The a- Delation ha? fifty-four membei Lach ya. t!,r Lenox a. <i Stockbridge cottagers holtl fairs and show the prod? ucts of their gerdoMS and of their greenhouses. At Stockbridge this week the award- i'oi vegetables w? nt to J.? Mtih II Chona, Brown Caldwell, J. r i. ! Woodward Haven, Miss Heien Butltr ' and Miss Ellen King. Awards of flow ' sirs went to Mrs. Bernhard Hoffman. Mitt MeCreery, Mist Ellen King ami Miss Helen C. Butler. The Leno< flower show will be held in October. Mrs. Geoine B. ?!?? GertdortT, of Ne.v , York, is the champion woman tennis player of the Berkshire!. As a rcpie sentative of the Stockbridge club this reek .-he wen the title in Pittafield t?y d? feating Mrs. Thomas Garrett, Jr., i 0, li 3, i0 S. Mrs. de Gtrad irff ami Mr-. Garrett won the woman's doit ? ble . The mixed doubles were won by Mi ? Rettn ?.'oloii end Conrad Cutler, i who be.it Mrs. Arthur La Motte arid f?eorge P. Perkins, jr., in the finals. Mrs. Charles Reel, oi SCew Yolk, has issued imitations for the marriage ot her daughter, Mitt Edith Reed, to Richard 8. Townaend, of P.rookline, at Fairfield Faun, firent Barrington, ou Tuesday, September 20. Miss Helen Hyde, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Louis Hyde, of Plainfield, X. .1.. will he ?ne maid of bin.or. The bridesmaids will be Mi-s Katherine Townsend, of Brook ? line, and Mis.< Helen Reed, and Mr. ; Towntend'a best man will b?? Elliott l Parley, of Brookline. Th?? ushers will be Morton Newhall, Dudley Petere, Hatherly PotUr, jr., Dr. .lames Tot hart, Mr. Sortwell, of Botton, and ' Charles Ree?l, of New York. Mi's Kathleen McEnery. daughter of Mr. tnd Mrt. James McEnery, i [ | Hrooklwi. and Francis E. Cunningham, i of Rochester, \. Y.. were married this week m Great Harrington. Mi.is Mc Enery i- an artist, one of the foremost ! pupils of Pratt Institute. Her studio hat been i?? firent Btrrington for sev ' eral summers. 1 A ivet-k oi perfect September weather has ""? ?! opportunity for out-of-door I entertaining. The h.rgest affair was | the clambake in Stevens (lien in Rich ; inond, where Edward II. Detafleld and Hamilton Pish Uenjumin entertained loi) guests. At tiie ('?.uiiuy Club of Pittsfield the i annual golf handicap by women was played, and the trophy was won by ' Miss E. McGovern, of the Wyantenuck Country Club, of Great ?Harrington. Mitt Minetta Brown was the runner up, Mrs. Charles ('. Delntonico, Mi ? Mty Humstone, Mrs. I. C. B. Uana. Mi -. John II. <'. ' hcrch, Mrs. Carl I.indholm, . Mrs. Robert P. Parker, Miss Mabel among tho ? <? who played. A LATE SEASON AT NARRAGANSETT Many of the Cottagers Are Planning to Keep Open House Until October. N'arragantett Pier, R. I., Sept. p.?. Tins ?s the latest sea-on knov?ii nt Karraganaett for several years, and a number of the cottagers are planning : to keep open house he.e until October, ! and others will remain later in the au I tumn before departing from this region o: Rhode Island. I - Clambake parties, golfing and tennis! ! still continue to be popular pastimes ; here, and several entertainments are ' being planned by members cf the villa ' colony. Mis?; Lyra B. Nickeiw. aras hostess .? a recant cltmbtkt and dance, which took place at Xixon's, on the Boston Neck Road, which leads from the Pier to Saunderstown. About thirty of the1 cottagers were invited to the "bake." and afterward ther.? was dancing, which included the "fox trot" and the maxixe. i Miss Nickerson and her guests mo-! . tored to the Pier after the entertain? ment by moonlight. ??? Mrt. E. W. Mason Ptizenmayer en- > tertained a party of young people on Tuesday at the Point Judith fountrv Club. After .-eseral matciies ?u tennis on the courts of the Country Club tea was .-vi ved at small tables on the lawn. , Among tho.-c prosent were Miss Eleanor Chatre, Mi-< Margaret Moulton, Mi ? 'Lyra H. Ntckerson, Miss Katherine B. ! j S.heinierhurn, Miss Mary Comstock.j I Miss Florence Kane, Miss Msrjoryl <A?fir. fdu?/d 7, ' fieafon) 2&Jotr>t*v*ty j%??//e/en, PCvuKor Chase -ml the Misses Margaret and Helen Taylor. Members of the Outer Mountain Fish? ing Club, of Nrwport', were entertained by Henry Brevoort Kane, of New York an. the Pier, on Wednesday at the Waketield Yacht Club, Salt Pond, Wakefleld, R. I. -? ASHEVILLE Autumn Colony Begins to As? semble at Southern Resort. A.-heville, X. C, Sept. 19. -As the autumn season encroaches on summer, tiie aspect of social affairs and amuse? ments in this all the year resort gia.l ually changes. The incoming visitors are mostly from the East, though many of the Southern guests linger in the I mountains until October, v cl tracter istic scene of the autumn seaaon ;' Grove Park Inn, which strikes an en* t i rely different note from the summer assemblage of guests at th?- Inn. is the gathering of people in riding clothes, tennis and golf togs and Walking ?uits for the ."> o'clock tea hour in the "Big Room," where te., tables are range?! around lhe immense open li replace-, hhi/.ir.g with great log tires, which are lighted in September and kept burning until spring of the nexl year. The brisk autumn air <?:' the snsl week has given zest to the outdoor sports favored by Eastern eisitora, and the tennis an?l golf toumamenti been or' eapecial interest. Miss Rita Rees, sister of Mrs. Augustus Shep? herd, of Long Island, was the winner, with R. 11. Brooks, of a mixed handi? cap golf tournament which was the chief sporting event ?>f the week at the ? Country < lull. Mi-.' li?es received B silver vase and Mr. Brooks a bronze i their victory. Mrs. Coulter Huvler. of New Yeti. with a party of friends made the ta? rent of Mount Mitchell this ?mk. which it the most arduoai moontair climb to be found here Harold B. AI top, of Washington, tn?l a party ??> tored to the top of Pisgah t.-.is week. The : lltumn dances are liniitsd tern to Grove Park Inn affair-, ?he foeiej ballt at the Manor and the Batter* Pari, having been events of this week. The weekly dinner <!.::i'es at th? hin ?will continue through the -eatOri, f ?."ell a? the tea danc? of Tuesday if ternoon. A -pecial ball of the list week at Ik* :i hi honor of 150 visitsn here in attendance on a conveatjta tf 1 state insurance commissioner! of the United States. Representative* fr?a < ?iiitiiiiii'il am -i\lll |nate. A?R?flAM AND v? BROOKLYN A Most Remarkable Sale of Dresses At $5.98, $7.98 and $12.98. SERGE AND SATIN COMBINATION DRESSES that are lhe smartest, most delightfully be? coming models of the season for street Dresses. Chic, clever lines, but there are any number of distinctive models. Good quality of serge?loose bodice, long tunics, draped with girdles of satin; collars and cuffs of white pique. Women's Serge and Charmeuse Dresses, $18.75. TWO NEW. very attractive models, copies of recent importations. One with smart plaited bodice, long tunic and solt satin collar, trimming of ball buttons. Navy, brown and black charmeuse?the Dress fabri? of the season. .Another model is of serge and satin, the fash? ionable combination, with long line bodice?embroidered belt?accordion plaited underskirt? in navy and black only. Unusual value. In sizes 34 to 44. MMH $2.00 Satin Charmeuse $1.29 The Silk Sale of the Season Remarkable Bargains in Brief Women's Coats, $14.95, $19.95 and $22.95. The greatest collection in the city. Women's $7.50 to $l2.l)5 Fall Skirts, $4.95. $12.00 Golden Oak Dining Foom Tables. $8.75. Wilton Nui*s. 2 7x5 t inches. $3.50 and $3.75, instead of S4.5o. Sensational sale of Laces and Tunics So*??- to 7 5r? under recular prices. Children's Flannelette Skirts. 25c. Sizes 4 to 14. Women's Colored Top Boots. $3.95. Round thread bleached .Muslin Sheets, 59c. Smoked Shoulders, Armour's cele? brated Shield Brand, 16c a lb. Men's and Women's $3.00 silk Umbrellas, $1.87. ; e Roman Striped Ribbons, 29c a \ard. Two cia-?p embroidered German Kid Gloves, 69e. 14 and $5 Hat Shapes, $1.95. <u Black Velvet, Panne Velvet a:ui natter's plush. Sio.ou Trimmed Hats, $4.95. $2.5o to 15.00 Ostrich Fancies, $1.45. Parsons Household Ammo lia, it 12V.C, 19c and 35c, Instead <>t 15c, 25c and 50c. Store orders only. 15.? I to H7.98 Bedspreads, $3.98. 2K* Noveltj Eponge, lOc a yard. !7 .-nd >2 inches wide. None C. O. L) Women's Dresses, $5,98, $7.98 and $12.98. Women's Fall Tailored Suits, un derpriced, at $17.50, $22.50 and ! $29.75. ?2.00 Broadcloths and Venetiai l, j $1.05 a yard. $3.25 Imported Black Spotprool i Broadcloth, $1.95 a yard. $12.00 to S20.00 Lily of France Corsets, $3.98. German China Pieces, 4c to 29c each. tl ?-? An er'u ; u Gis : ?ted Fern Dish, $1.49. 522.5o American Crystal Regula? tors, $16.98. 1,000 Women's Cambric Night ?.owns, i9c. Store orders onfy. N<> , liurrv box orders. None C U. I *. petticoats Satin I'?mask TableCloths, JfJJ Women's Flanneletted Ml11* 39c. Beautiful New Sateen 98c. -a ?s' Suits, $9.98 '?" $4*,-_*,_, i * i . to $ l Su White hmbrwr ercd Voiles. 98c lo $1.98 a ,*** H.2S Motor Goggles, 59?. Men's l nderwear, 40c. Women's Fleeced Cotton i n?r 17c. Store order-* 0,,lv*.|l?k Willington sr?"'1 lottos, w* and white, 200 yards, reg. -'* ?oie-.i, at 21c. Store ?raenoivj. B9c New Finish Platinoid P??w Iran?es, 39c. , _, ,,-j. 24c Chocolate Covered BlartM^ lows, 19c. lf2_ 2 5c Wide Window ScarffcM? Fountain Pens, 49c and *** Women's Fibre Silk l-00*--? ?be. Store orders owf. ..i Amoskeag t?ui ?:; Flannel, tm yard, c tt_ tat -Se Guaranteed Lining Sa?*m I.ri^s and Toilet Needs M ^ derpiiced. Tto-*' ?i