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Are Held at Two Greenwich Schooli - Plang Undomay to E?tablinh Community Fund to Takr Care of Tovrn Phil* antbropic Orpanizatiotir tpmrtal riapolf* I* T**t Trl*.*** GREENWICH. Conn., Juns 1".?Two of tho leading ochoola her8 held their annual comrr.er.cements this week. The largest class to b? grsduated from tbe GreOBWkb Hlgl J-chool recelred diplo at th* Hax-en-.eyer a.ditonum on . - c, Lt be.nc th? annual , - . -ra. The c.a?? nurnber* rootOf-** tha c!*?* day exerrisea took place and to-night the annual -. ioaea took ri?e? ln tb? bi*h ichoo! building. On Thursday afterneon the pr'.ie day at Rosemary Hall. a fashionab'.e srlrlo1 achool here. wa* held at 5 p. m. The program included the wlnding of ? . nosnbora of the cU** known persons , ?-. countr-. mt. In th? evening tha annual "Anthony ar.d < .-op_tra," waa -ted in tha orehard r.ear the , which was attended hy t* ha entrance* to -OWOrty were closed on ?- ;ened Wltl ? ?> ? _ ol tha - Thursday. I ryn Mawr. ieia. will be dean of the collegs next .nr*m*nt has been made ? |3 ftriO was cleared from the com fair -? ?0 the estrxt* <>t Mr. ar I Coul" ? toward tl HU ir.mmunity x ?r? embers. - the estab I I ' ' ? a ar.d Mr. : M. Tot . . r ?. Bsldwin wa ? . fne.1 ? - ? : 91 ,'.? nt the ?.. r. ' ? ' ' '.'r*. Bull 1. J. \\ . . '" v it?hin 4 4. * ? ;ch Inn. N?-w *tork Sew Ynrk '.rr. Mr. , t ? ) H.-ach. hav,. . rminin ur' ? ney wil v ' B n WM , from Yal8 in IMI. :-.rt Bolllne, formerly Miss 1 wich. *.!?. rlormanes of "1 ? ... 4 , r: l Marins and Field 4 .a at the club every I _ 8 .**r and !;urh Totter. l : r 'iimrntr home in Thr r residenes on ?'ed to i linviaon. of Now 881 I Mr*. Park ? r Form, the home i'amlm gave tw" rea on **< ll Her ncan I'olitic* a Kllrabeth Vmcent, daughter of Vincent, of .pend a mor th at the ? ll ryn Mawr i - . -?*, *. ' tho four und. rgradua'e ?. of the school. nt wa* reeently elected edi . Lav* ? ? Fort Inn at Kennebunkport. Me.. for August. Tho'r I'r.ve ha* been ? Vr*. Henry Mayhack. ? bbons and 4-,-e gone to Kinnebunk I summer. am Kredrrick Stafford. of . f tha K. r ra I.ater *he ??*. , ". n tVood*. in tha .ntair.*, to spend July anij A .-.st. ?rd Mrs. Jrhn F. Woodruff have re* t< rurch Road Jfin.e* R. Poll, of New ? ?pent previous sum /r.er* ln tOWB. Mr. and Mra. George Rowlar.d who, after sei'.mg their estate, Meadow Lar.e Farm, here, havo been tfOVoliag for ;gh Canada, rol r r (Jrcer.x* rh home on 1 Point Road, where they *B*il| epend | wintora. On Mond*y Ml Mr* Rowiand left for a motor trip to Maine, where tbe] afll pass the summer. A supper-dancs at the Indlan Har? bor Yacht Club loot Saturday ni(rht waa largely attended by the members) and th<;r fnends. Among tho?e who; had resarvauons were Mr. L. C. Bruc* , ir. Mr i C Baaar, Mr. H 0. Bank*. Mr. T. J- Oalata, Mr F 1! Mr < R. Sherlock. Commodor* V. Grahame Smyth. Mr. R K Sti lltn, Mr. I wortb. Mr. W. J. "iVayle. Mr. A. U Warthen Jr. and Mr. L M Wtl*an**a A *r>n haa been born to Dr. and Mn |n the Swediih li ? Mr.. Btrney wx. ' ?? Allca Blalm r. dai i a i ' and Heach. Dr. Batrney la th* ata of * : '**? "?T*J *"* Btratr, of Btaad Beach. Mr. and Mra lloyd (*oon*y. of Xoro ton Helghta, formerly of Grcrnwich, are be.r.K eongratBlated on the birth ?f a ion ' ?*>' '? tbc daug1 I the lat* Judge Robert Jay Wa ah, and n ? rrlch. Mr. tad Mr.. Elon H. Ho?krr and a, i moved from their ? ' Nrw York. to their I h estate in rr*. Mra. Thomas L. Chadt ? York ? SUnwIch Roa-I. hax-e a* tbeii p-atat f r ? ?'? mother. Mr*. NtW Y"rk. ChanniaigProgram Of Sporti Awaita Cattskill Visitors Stanifonl Country Club Bo gillg Aitiiitir**, Colonifttf* Opniing CottagM While Hoteli EVepare for Influx 1 I* r**4 T-lbun* BTAMPORD IX THE CATSKI1 ' T- Juno 17. Many viiitori ln the cot n arrlva ' I The the month ii uon'i ? - cal it a i ? < ? club ? - L. A L II. ?;?-.????'?? ' ' ' iiocial on of i ? ? ke in irallat, con ? ton. . I nrm. ? I'arm irst and . rran . xvill arhlcn i la, in lueted ... nville ... will this Llnditrom, ? ? rrhill ? II. A ? Dr. nnd Mr? E. ? ll I, Miai Wilson, ? Irvlne, Mr,, larrii * I Mra. w. D A. C. *) ; Mr. Mn. 1. A. Hetrn, Mr. and Mra. William F. ? Ver Mra. Frank Northrup, ? ? Mrs. \ Dr. ai ? Hu.i Iberidan, Mr. and Mra, I I ? I Mra. Sidl ? S, Y. K'rnney. Albrrt I- .r.k, Mr. I 1'cl.ning ar. a: i Thibaut, all of New ?>!r anl Mr* II an d Mra. Mar ".-. ar.il Mrs. Frai New Rork ' ' Iratrt Cottage Mra. W. P. Law laufbttr, Mr? M. B. Murphy. Merbert He'dgei ar'l sor\ N'cw York < I Vitw - * Ame'ia \ ? Balli Air?Mn. Joseph Cr.-.f*. of NtW York. 'rad?Mr. and Mr,. tb nnd aon, irino O'Cr: York son?Mr. and Mr*. Robrr ltd *on Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. ? -., of New '. Ivr. - ar.d Mrs. L. rs. Jamei Roach. New ? -*s makir-g icaion reservatiom at th, ' I in clude Mra. Harry SiCBS, Memat Ver Mr. and Mrs. Horry Iaeyine, Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs. E B. bull ard daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Dodge. Nig Hot Springs Gallery Applauds Bankers at Tenni* Mr* Colrman Jenning* Winn lin.il- in Totinianiriit; Golf Drvotef*. Havr Hu-v Work; Many Auto Trip** gp#-_,l /.(.-rifrfc to Tt\? r<-4?--? nOT SPRINGS. Va., Jun* 17,?Tha nnal* of the tsnnl* tournament of the I'iatrirt of ('olumbla P.ank*r*' Al atlon on Tue*day brought out a larg* attendance. The reiult wai the defeat Kir* (iould bv Mr. foleman Jennings, ft 1. 3 **, f, ?*? Both men w*re m fine condition and k*pt ln all thr^unh the m*tch. Mr. Jen I at the net an.l Mt*. ? ? .mg were -.pecially marked pplauded. Member* of the New V' rk colony on the Cn?lno lawn dur ?e match were Mr and Mra Mr. and Mr<. Edward Hofl Korh. Mr. and Mr?. Arthur Revnnlds. Mr - wratt Hig-by, and nl?o Mr. and Mr*. Darnall ? ra here on their honey Tha Diatrict *f Coloniblt b-nk ?. .rv aucee**ful and plea? ant meetfng. The golf tournament waa i ||r liniph Barnard, who came in with a acoro of 73 and was given tha H hbs cup. Golf durlr.g the week had it* n?ual riBff. Mr Charles Delevan W8t who came down from New York ,? the week, aecompanied by Mrs. ti red at the cluhhouse nnd i* daily 00 the long course Baeon, a recent nrrival from New Vork. nlso has regl?tered at the I harle* Holland V,,rk for a briol <Uy* of golf. T.rn'i Hnpgln entertslned at , U carU re?tnu B the Hnmea'ead for her nsat, Margaret Conroy, delegats from Bt Pan-An.erlcsn eon . wha will p**? .mmer ln Kurope. Mrs. Raggin, who roda frequently during her ril '. rted early in the week fnr li . Mri I and Mrs. Alfred V. :ne in from Ncw York f r ? ro nre here from Ric'r main ? fortnlght Mr. aad Mra B-Otoro. over from ton to ba here twe wooba] Mr Wardman also are nctive on jf course. nd half of th* week wa* ro the annual meetlng al the tion, xvhlrh tfc nn BttOBBBBI ' ra. A ijolf tournnment held . l Mtnrdaj* was a f,>atur<. I Mi *'.-'.? E. for Now Yorh 11 rln Waahil . Wl la In Ni -v S'ork Mr. and Mrs. Intalls will att.i.l weddii L*a**id Binton Ing?lls. Mr. nnd Mrs Alhert S. Ir.gall*. liaa Harknns, daugr I m Harhnoos, which will I.. I. on June 27. Mr Juliua S tValsk ha* arrirod fi ' WOOka' Vlaii . M ?' i W ? liam Maffltt. Ml ih Jr. Mr. S. s. Chootoan tFalab o Naw York. Dr. aad al Atlanta, mofc ? Sulphor Sprlnga loi iBneh eon ln ' '.ead. nnd Mra. Joarph P. Eddy mn ? g tha John ' Inton Gn raa nmong thoB* r tea. The Ifl ? v Martin. of I'hiladelphia, nnd H York, were among the aetiva ?reek. Mr ar.d Mr*. John lonchod li tho now restau Dr ? W rillam C. Gwynna. of nrton. and Mr. aml Mrs. Al ilds, of New Vork, wara not< ? 'surant laat slso Mr. and Mra EdnoBd C Daia, of Philad on their honrxmoon. Mr. I her nnd M o arrived '. snmn ? so Mr. Cbai koW| of New York ? Daata Paaeanl Thia v.or-k \\ ill iaaial Wel Kildtan Fresh milk an dieal care ?will bt. tivailnble in grcat.-r f.rnojr.t fo? N'-w York'* hab.es this a, becaoss ol tho |?? ->ajreant J 1. ? y ' ? Peiry, ol Mr*. H . . Daiiag the lael yoar Mla I ... tha association; l.'Jlfl ehildl B ba the agrs of two nnd six and thoir a instructed as to I ' moth ers roooivod nodioal advieo; 727 pror pectiva mothars wara gioi auperviaion; I4*M1 viait* to home* were made by th* vimting staff, nn i 'i quart* r.f milk IBBOd. Part of the proeeeda from th.' | ant will go to the rrstoration fund of the Dante Church in Ravcnnn, Italy. a Mi--. Jran Milflrrri Stratli Marriad la Mr. A. R. Hajrdon Jean Mildrod Strath aad Mr. rt Russell Hi .' Menroi Place, Hrook erening ) . M. Lowrenes i cer< nsoBy ol lha i hurch witl ? ? Her attend Allna L. E | rt, ... I., maid of boa ? a Spoakman, of I Mr li,.rr.. von Tlrir i? b?'?t man, and the Bshen :nand '?? v fld m the Mfisfc ru. ms '.. e< rtia Mra. 1 make their home in Jackaon, Mich. Johnny W alker Ia Still Going SCrong With an admireble thow ? ? ' Itimlat R*C I* announclng Johnn:* Walker as a new star without BB] Bdiaa Baa. Inatead, it r. that Johr r... || _?? .r.f; to Work at the R-C lot in Lo* Aagolai Caroy, Ethel Cloytoa, H ? Eddy. Dori* May, Jane Novak and the De Haxena, to make *ix atar ? ctures. Johnr.ie wa* the "black ihoop" ln "Over th* Hill," wboi roacaed Mother from the and cured Father of horse atoa Hc la oaa of the young.at rnale stars. "Thr Flirt" In.ler WoT, \* ith Ilohnrt Hrnlry Dirrrlinp "Th* Klirt," by Rooth Tark has aatOTOd production at L'n:ver?al Bobatl Bonloy will d i ls good news, and tha aaot aoonda !n toraotiag. Efleaa ******** ***i'i r.o play Cora, the fllrt. an 1 BelOB Jerorr.e Eddy ought to play Laura, the elder aister. Then th*ro are Lyd.a h *8 Nichols, Edward Hesrn*. | Whitlock snd Buddy MoBSOager, ? robably play tho ?endi?h y brother. The aoatfaalty la handi. Lucicn Kubbard. Ining Tbolborg Henley asd A P. Youngar. * V ORK 1 ******* i*4 Ca i n V 1. ?..?-, RROOKLYM ADVFaRTIrir.MI-aNT Fulton Street Bond Street Livingiton St, Elm Place BROOKLYN - NEW YORK Business Hours 9 to 5.30 Three Dress Sales rUnequaled Vnrqunhd BsCOUS* of Low PrUe Vvrqualrd Prrnu.tr of Ynriety . 7 >/?,'. i Prrnusr of Suit ability Your Choice At $11.50 Fine SUky Ginriuuni ! ir> B*\y)m Plain and Drop Stitrh Tricolettes Sizes M to 40. At A ia r''*tur('f' nr'? ***? ^''f,r f*res,7 tfnffriams. jn fl ,re linens nnd voilcs in com binationa, flarored nml d-tt.-d. _DeliKht(ul color effcrts and rofined, et*TT*ci ?r.irniuire. At P is picturcd one rf tho tricolettes of whirh wo aold doxaiU OBljr n few weeks ago. - itrl floor. At $29.75 Summer Silks : 20 Styles At C is picUire.l one of the striped goorgettea in black and whita trr**. wbite silk underslip. ?.rt. Fnul.nrds, Greorgettes (Plain, Printed), Silk Crepes of tSeveri] Kinttt; All new and bo charraingly youthfnl in their lig-ht summer manner. J 'rt W-. (: \ \i Fine Color EfFectt are added to tba conservative blacks, browns, blues and wood .shades. Stripes, barred and nov A city printintfs. 'I LtaatTt nna rioor. _ At $29.75 Sale: Wraps, Suits Onr of Each Pictured ?t Left Many of these j?arment.s have sold from |89.76 to |66, and <-. ls worth the nriprinal price. They aro only redu<-.-d be* eaose tha lines aro broken and there has been s n grouping of the stocks. m' All si/es from the miss of 11 to a woman requirinj." -**??. Not all garments in every size or color. Suits : 10 Styles Wraps : Very Varied Piquctte, Twill, Trieotine Half Dozen Falrics Every Garment Expressing the Season'a Best in tho way of F-ty'n, quality nr.d fgltgtsA f*\4r**At*C*t Splen? did purchase for any trotnan who reqairta man** nrmanti because of her varied BOcial nctivitu .;, for thes" *-u:ts and Wraps anticipato tha i; ? ? r,1 ft***, Special Purchase of $4 Tub Sports Silk, $2.98 White in Blocks, Plaids and Stripes from a great manufaeturer who is starting his looms for the autumn and has to clear his itockro n I. Thil rich and rorrect fabrie. is40 inches wide and, thi ivfore, eilts most ad r skirl blouses and slip-on frocks this is a oharming opportunity to havc a very modish white outflt. Silk Georgette Crepe, 40 Inches Wide, $1.59 Nothing lovolier woven than this enchanting fabrie for so many uses. $2.50 Crepe de Chine, All Silk, $1.95 Wl.ito and e. i "1 m'or. Forty Inches wide. Most univcrsally used of all tho fi'.k weaves. All Silk Fancy Crepe de Chine, $2.98 WMti nnd colored grour.ds; woven and printed in contrasting colors. Original "Krepe Knit," 40 Inches Wide, $2.98 Wo have sold hundreds of yards of this much wanted fabrie of which tho r.nme is prlntod on the srlvage. White, black, colors. Printed Silk Radium, $1.48 Navy, blaek, copen, printed in white. Forty inches wide. Canton Crepe, Silk-and-Wool, $1.98 Forty Im hea wide, ln good color assortment. We havo sold hundreds of yards of this delightfully popular la I.'aaar'a -*? "India" Sun-Rain Umbrellas at $4.98 "The Littlex Umbrella With tho Big Sprcad" THESE HANDSOME UMBRELLAS for sunshiny u well as rainy days otTer | most IkCtive VSJue at this special price. The coverings are line quality all silk falMa in navy blue, purple, brown, green, garnet and black. The frnmes an* 10-rib "India" framos in the aur.-: handles aro line hardwoocis with bakolite trimmings, ar.d ful! Icnsth baktlitc, trith BWing rings, leathur thongs, eidc strap:- and sill: cord?. A Sample Line of Men's and Women'i "India" Umbrellas $1.50 to $9, Instead of $3 to $18 - sample lir.o frnm the manufacturor of "India" l'i..hrrllas brings some extra good vahios. In? cluded in tht aysortmont, one of each kind, are men's and women's roir.ilar "I.v!:.-!.'' I'mbrellas, from cottor.s to silks in black and colors. A half price sa!o too good ta l :. niri V.'n 1' Women's $6.50 Pumps for $3.40 Two Stunning Styles *RESH from their wrappings, these handsome Pumps are ready for women who desire an extra pair or two for summer wear; who are in quest of the very latest Stylet, and who would enjoy buying two pairs for almost the price of one. / illvstratrd nt Uft is a one-strap Pump of patent leather "with shapelv round toe, DO tip. Low leather heels and turn soles. Perforatod strap and edging. For dms tnd ..? wear. All sizes, widths AA to C. Regular $6.50 value for $3.40. Ihr mnrlel UltAgtraled nt rigM is a patent leather strap and front strap Pump In ? medium toe model. elosm trimmed, turn sole and low walking heels. Pcrforated straps and edging. All sizes, widths AA to D. Regular $6.50 talue for $3 40 Announcing Store Houn for the Summer ng July nnd Aujru.it we n it, making them 9 A. M. to 6 ?, M. liuitltf* During hours a bit, 9 A. M. to5:30 P. M. e e e On Saturdays in July and AogOft (txeapt the fltt* j Saturday in July) tho Store will not bl 0 0 0 Saturday, July 1, open all day, but on Monday, July 3, and Tuesday. July 4?t a thrce-day holiday for our emplo;. 0 0 0 Closed all day Saturday, Septambtr 2. ar.d X*. day, Beptamber 4 (Labor Day), I day holiday for our Storo p.-ople. o e e These two three-day bol Sat? urday holidays and summer vacatfona ' 11 giv* i our people a splendid refreshmenr ai to brlng them into the autumn in I tion to make Loeser .Service even be" ""past. j oo* We aak that our customers will land 1 c-.r.eroai co-operation by making their pur ? the fihortened Store days?and we proml ? IM ap preciative and ready aervice, as we!! a.i l of new goods and fine values that e .:Iabla in Brooklyn at this season. Two-Clasp Silk Gloves Very Special at 59c POPULAR for summer wear. Tl* nre cool. They are lanricaal ? IN ind Tlicot lilk in white, black an : double tipped tingers. In black and whito thera aro all aizes. I" MM aizes IM to fi*. or.ly. Two-Claap Liale Gloves, 39c Washable lisle Gloves in whito, black ai (?_-___> ing* embroi .ere'l backs. I/xaer'a?M_!n r.arr. White and White and Black Necklaces A Most Attraetive Summer _ 95c. Each. Values $1.29 to $1.89 JUST AS THE NEW FROCKS are pr previously ihown, so are the Novelty Xecklaces fascinating than ever. Here is a new lot, a reeer.t lmportatior. which otltrt iea** thing1 er.tiri'ly (Uffereat for aummer wear. In various attraetive desipr.s and eorabinitiona Staa iti all *A-hite in irrejr\i!ar shape head- ? "ers-*-* bcads and othen of whito beads con.bir.fi aoit] All aro finished with tassel to rr.atch. , ?- ? Boys' Hot Weather Suits for $8.75 I'*hn Bcachcs Mohairs Panama Cloths A Purchase from a Maker Winding Up Hii Seaion HERE THEY COME1?160 of the pr *** feather weight Summer Suits. Out they will go. ?at a price lower than the fond *WMJ would lead any parent to think a really | ? ? ? "-0-**1 be fought?$8.75 far choice. Sizes run from 8 to 16 years in the lot as a whole. Any size can be found in some attraetive ptyle ar.d color, for the variety is far greater than this comparatiyeiy small quantity would lead anyone to expe.-t. An abun dance of colors, several fine styles and three leading ma terials?every early comer is pretty certain to lind the war.ted size in something sure to be winted. Mohair Caps in colors to match most of tho iu.ti? sizes 6''_* to 7 years, $1. Iao***t*??V*!n F'.-or. 700 Pairs of Ruffled Hemstitched Marquisette Curtains With Tie Backs 93c. Pair for Our Regular $1.35 Grade DBUGHTPUL CURTAINS that will make the sum? mer home more attraetive and more likable at *t decidedly small c< All are of fine quality in the summery ruffled, hem? stitched styles, with tie backs. One of the best CurtiiB VtlllM Of the season for 98c. pair. $2.9fl Ir-rorled Cr**m Color Madra* Curtaina. $2 45 Pair ;sand pairs in eight beautiful deilgai, .'?'?'?*?' <r-ali*y? iheer 11.11 and $1.25 Marquiaett. and Scrim Curtains, 75c Pair 3145 to $1.75 Marap-ieettO ?nd Scrim Curtain*, $1 15 P?'? Tifteen hundred pairs ia tel ??u. I..<ef?r'e -Thlr.I f At Last You Can Have a Vaeuum Cleaner. $55 To Close Out a Few That Were $77.50 ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANERS?and one of tbe best and most cosdy \vo sell. They are '???' ve*l" known Hugro make," with electrically driv n bruso and powerful suction, and have ? splendid record iori**'" ing the finest kind of satisfaction. . Any hou.sekeeper who wishes to be freed from tW drudgery of plying the broom, in hot weather of all time*. has that opportunity now. And she does not have to eon* tent herself with a Cleaner other than thf batfc A $77.50 Cleaner in a model to be discontinued?tW last remain ing few to go at $551 See them. I .fr-m- Paa?m?n!