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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
rnitii:irtt from t'lr.vt I'nnc.
tant Hpim-uiul i i.'iihans' Hump, IhcHnlf
(iiplmiix' lliiiiif, l''ivc I'oiiil.s .Ml.sjiltin, St,
Ji.irlliolomfw." Vivo It'iluslrial Home
nml D.iriiLh Hi. mi'. When the children
left tltr (Inrilcii mrh rtrclvrci n sift
Iiom Mr VnnrtcrbllU
Although MIs.h Muna Punn, the eight-ymr-olrt
hnrM' slrl, who brought a
strliiK of twclxi- Ikhscj" for exhibition
from Knglninl. f.illnl to tnke the blue In
tho tlrft chis hi which nIio yhnwcil, her
three entrle.t iiimiIo KrtMt Iiiio.kIs on tin
prizes, ns i hoy wore plnreil cucontl, third
nml fourth, glvlnc promise of future
victories for the oiimpst exhibitor of
horsed In the resutar nml recognized
The Interest in the horM was pro
nounceil. All the Hfternoon a crowd
I'ned the mils tun or three ileep, watch
Ins every movn of the hordes nnd crltl
c Islnsr freely the decisions of the Judges
when thr il'lTcml from the Ideas of thai
One of thoM who made the circuit of
the promenade- In the afternoon was
.tohn ISlIkiIi . nae of the Mutest breed
ers of l.'ol.ins horses. He wa par-,
tieidnrly linetested In the roadster class.
In which Itobert nnelet scored the sue-j
i'imi wll'i his Call fonstantlne, that he
drove himself, to the mortllleaton nfl
William M. . Il iffman, Horatio Kaln.
and other men piumineiit In trotting
The eve:ilnr. attendance was aupr
mented hy those who had taken ad-1
xantase of the auto trip to Princeton'
t i watch the gridiron warriors In battle, t
Some of those who came In the
evenlnc still wore the colors that they I
had carried proudly while the husky '
athletes were tlchtlns; tooth and nail,
for vlrtory. I
.ri tin I
Mix ire. who has lieen
preeminent In these exhibitions for
some eais past, had his supremacy
threatened l Miss H. T. Atterbury.
the youiic New York horsewoman
whose saddlers haxe been .sweepliiR the
boards at the summer show.s. Kucli
took two blues, but a second nnd third
ribbon for Mr. Moore khvp him the
The larncst ribbon winner of all was
ss Mona Dunn, who came 3,000 I
show her saddlers nnd Jumpers
the best that An,nrlr ,.
against the best that America could
produce. A blue did not fall to her
share yesterday, but she made up In
quantity what she lacked In quality ti
ptoeing three, horses In one class and
two horses In another.
The foreign olllcers did not compete
In any of the special events arranged
for military Jumpers, but In the open
event which closed the show Col. p.
A. Kenti.t made n distinct Idt with his
pray mare Harmony, which cleared the
o'.totacles without a mistake. The
Hollanders also showed some great
Jumpers, while the lesson taught by
the foreigners In previous competition
has had the effect of improving the
standard of horses shown by olllcers
of the I'nlted States nrmy.
First prize, however, went to the
old favorite Lord Mlnto, with the Hoi
landers second and third.
SOCIETY AT THE SHOW.
Women Wrr ume lleniitlfnl
lainrs In tlir llinr.
Thero was a good and
audience of society people, in tho lsixos
and in the promenade during tho after
noon and evening. It was rather a pity
that the railings had Is-en placed in front
of tho boxes, as the women who sat in
the front rows on either side of the arena
could not display their handsome cos
tumes and nothing but their should'Ts
and heads were seen.
One Woman said: "I was told l.rort
camo to-night that I nifd nut Uitlier
about nnything excepting my hat "
However, as few wore uwaro of this
condition of things all tho women wi h
out exception wore, their very nevest
gowns, and all the latest fashions wero
in evidence. Notwithstanding tho many
country house arties and tho footluil
iqatchcs society in the various sections
in tho neighborhood of New York was
Mrs. Alfred Vnnderbilt sat in bor 13
both afternoon nnd evening. Thero wero
with her during tho afternoon Mrs Hegi
nald C. Vanderbilt nnd hor little daugh
ter Cathleen, also Mrs. A.Stowart Walker,
Mr, Vanderbilt droppi-d into tlm box
every now and then and during the eve
ning passed a greater part of tho time
in the box with his wife and their guests,
who included Mr. and Mrs. Monsou Mor
ris, Miss Dennison of Syracuse, step
daughter of ex-Oov. White; Frank
Wadsworth, who has recently been up
pointed to tho American .Ministry at
Persia as Secretary, and Prdston Gibson.
With Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klllot War
ren, who were in box n, were thelrdMu
tanto daughtor, Miss "uzannn K. Warren,
and Miss Priscilla Hull. During the after
noon the ho was occupied by Mrs. Limi
ne) Tappin, the Misses Warren and
Miss Kllshn Frantic.
A box that attracted considerable
attention In tho afternoon was that of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Huperti, who had with
them six children.
Mrs, Klmer K. Black had as her guest h
during tho afternoon Mr. and Mrs, James
Arohlbold of Washington. Mikm Nfiiririiri.t
Bryoo, Mrs Ronald Allen, (Iriswold
Thompson and Charles Deuel.
Judge and Mrs. F.lliert H. Gary had
with them in Box 37 during tho evening
the Brazilian AmluiHsudor to Washing
ton, District Attorney Charles S. Whit
man and Mrs. Whitman and Mrs. Arthur
With Mr nnd Mrs. K. Francis Hydo
in Box 3H were Mr. and Mrs. George If
'Church and Mrs. Francis II. Carter.
Mm, Henry (.'. Tinker had as her guests
In the aflernoon ami evening Mr and Mrs,
Joseph I -ir Deque ami Miss Annio Tinker,
Witl.Mrs. Kdwanl X. Braining in the
4ftcrmA.il woro Mrs. John Fox, Jr., (Ftili
Scheff) and Miss Juliette Dreltung.
Mr, and Mrs. Wright Barclay hud as
their guesta Mr. and Mrs." J. Stovers
Ulman, Mr, ami Mrs. Georgu Provost
and Miss Margaret Waisoii.
Mr. unci Mrs. II. Van Il irsi Koch liad in
(heir box during tho I'venlug Mrs. Waller
Watsm, Misa Maio Watson and Wtlglu
With Mr. and Mm. William M. Fleit
mann wero Mrs, Yon Juch Wellman and
Miss Lida Fleitmiiiin.
. Harvey H Lmlew and his sister,
Miss Kllse IjiiIow had as Dieir guei's in
Box 7 rs I ii tli lies t In (Is, Niiss Hilda
Holineb and Miss Li hoi Carhurt,
Mrs, J. William liarriman and her I
JUDGING SHETLAND PONY TEAMS AT THE
dauKhter. Mii-s Miriam, sat in arena Imjn .
59 m the afternoon ami ovenm.
Mr and Mrs h I.vttltim l-'nx .M
Kre1,'r""K 1 hil(!r Mr..""1! Jn,'-
2,!" w tul..rl.iUV box
M,llirmF, 1 ' . ....... ... ..
Mrs Itobert (loelei dromied into the .
show during the afternoon, remaining '
a little while Among other present
were Mr. and Mrs. ( orneliits II. lange-
man and their little daughter. Jim. t.ard- !
tier Ilrown. Mr. and Mrs. .Jules K. Il.iche. ,
I. ,1. It. Mimrlmg, Mr and Mrs. Louis
llaiglit. tiuy Ward. Austen "ray. Will-
mm A. llaz.ird. Mr. and Mrs Henry
Hrevoort hane. .1 K Pierson. lien
Kravtoll IWs. Cicii. lli.nrv (, l:nni,.l
.nr. unci .urs. uwrge u. itenjamm, .lolin ,
y. eiorvclt, .Mlltllli hurtoll. lelirv
r. Eldndge, Itobert J Collier, Lain. War
rcn Iteaeh, Willard llobv. Mr ami
Mrs W A Dalrymple I'ercival, Mr and
Mrs. J. Mewart Harnev. .1 Low Itarri
man. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter I. IllNs Mr
and Mrs. Juan II. IV.mllo?, Mrs. Hugh
Willougliby, Oeorge S Wallen Jlrs
James Struthers. Mathew AHtor Wilken.
William W. Hutherfurd.
Mr and Mrs -lolm (lerken, Mr and
Mrs. Charles Haudum. Juli.ui Alnrcatv
tattle, (ionlon whin. .Mrs W illiam M. V
iiomnaii. jiise ."arian MtHl(lard, roxhall,
I h m.tin I- I1.it f lrul;,, I li l Will
. i.i'v"..,., iiu. ,.-r t . ,
lams.Mrs AuuustiisH Field. Mr and Mrs I
111. 11 1 . I- l I t l '
i""".'- "' -"r. rraiis
'ocm1. Mr noil Mrh Curl vt.ii Mnvlinh
.. I Beaver Webl . Mr and Mrs William
Harbour. Mr and Mrs Kugeiie S Heynal.
I Mr and Mr- GiTald l it. Gt.rald. Mr. mid
Mrs Phillip A S Fninklin, Alexander
M Iladdiu M Amluoe Clark, Mr and
Mrs Henry Selignian. Mr and .Mrs Fred
erick U'wisolm. Whitney Wurreti, Stiiy-vt-sant
Iroy. Itobert kairb.nr'i
The cost nmes ilispl".vt-d belli afternoon
nnd evening were quite up to the mcrk
set by horse shows of former years Dur
ing the afternoon the women's costumes
wero of elegant cloths, with a variety
of furs, while their drt'sji, in the evi'
'mng were of liner tump.
Mrs Ailrwd (i aiiil'-rliill wore dtirim;
the afternoon ii ei -,ii.me of gr.rni I
velvet triinuiisl with Ik.'hN of ermine
.She won-a Urge tlat h.. nf LLiek and white
Uaer topssi with wii.u- ifttich plume
She also wore ,i lung stol ami mult nl
sable fup Al night br ft ',ni'- was .l
soiled, gold eliilmudeied white clulTnl'
Her hat was of black velvet topK will,
a whit feather
Mrs. itegiuald (' Vanderbilt had e
costume ot elccine blue satin over s.hiel
was worn a coal of darker blue velve
and wide brimmed hat of black velve
at one kide of which was a cluster U
Mis A Ktowait Walker had a twiume
of uuroon cloth, with hat of black vel
vet, trimmed with gray tulle
M.-s Joseph Uirocipio had a costume
of maroon velvet, with black velvet tur
ban topis'd with gris-n fither.
Mrs. George 11 Hi njninin had a black
frie.e coat costume, with small hat of
Mrs. Klmer F, Black had a costume of
gray channelise and velvet over which
was worn ii ta'iH rape trimmed at tho
collar with rminn and taupe hat trimmed
witli ermine topped with a whito paradiso
Mrs. Holstrl Gnulut had a brownish
gray cloth coat costume, hat of brown
velvot trimmed with it gray ostrich plume;
small collar of black lynx.
Mrs. Lindsay Tnppm had n costume of
black clotli with a black hat topped with
burnt orange plumos, chinchilla collar
Mrs, Charles Baudoine, a long coat,
hat to match topped with brown paradiso
Mrs. W A. Dalrymple Percivnl, coat
costume of tobacco brown cloth, black
beaver hat with a Isiw of blank satin.
Jlrs. Jules imcli, cost umo or dark gray
cloth, with coat, collar and muff of liluo
fox; black velvet hat.
Mrs J Stewart llantoy, costume of
black satin, brown velvet hut topped with
feathers to match, cable stole and muff.
Mrs. Wright Barclay, whito satin with a
cloak or brocaded white satin, whito tm
fur, black vehct hat toped with a while
Mrs. George Provost, black witln and
chiffon, black hat
Mrs. J Stevens Ulnnn, p.i! vellow
chiffon, spangled with irystuls own-which
was worn a coat of whito broiade. black
Mrs Augustus II Meld, co:;' ciHtume
or black velvet. hat to nutch t'ii.d with '
a gray leather; black pointed fo. fiim. !
Mrs Justus Hiipurti. nostumo of black
velvet, with hat to iw.teh i topped with u
Mrs. Fritlerick Chllds. black nnd iolil I
fi,,,,i, ,,4,,i, .
nrocaue. iiiiick vuivoi Mat
Mrs. K, Lyttlelon Fox, bluck chirfon
over silver gtey siitln, bluck velvet hat.
Mr.. Cornelius II. Tangeinaii, dark blun
cloth coat oostiimo, largo black hat
trimmed with a black satin bow, black
Mrs, Kdwiird X Breituug, a costume of
black charmeiis'.t, black vulvol lull
trimmed with black tulle.
Mis Julielto lireitunu, coat costume
of dark blue brocade, blank plush hat
trimmed witli n white feather.
Miss F.liso Ladew, suit of black velvet
wltti a hat to match, black lynx furs
Mis Hilda llolm's tailor made suit
of navy blue se, gj. Hack evct h.l with
I V,. , i . I
,1 ,1- l D tl. (lilt, I,
.uisb ieuiiisoii, u contuiiio oi unite i
Miss DennisOU. u cm, I nine nf uliilr.
satin over which wua worn a coat of I
wliito lieniulino limVhed with bands of
black satin, black velvet hat
Mm v., ,.... f,,-,.i.i r i,il.
eliifTon over nlver Kraywitin, black velvet
W niter at-on. co.tume of black
lv.,t ll,,r M'llifil, Wild unci
n can of
s.ibli fur! hlm-lc v..lv..t lin
Mrs K Vatider ilorst Koch, dark green
broe.ulcd velvet; large black velvet hat.
Mrs. Henri- Hrevoort Kane, black and
while hrocwfo and gravsatin with acloak
of electric blue velvet '
Mrs. Henrv Sellgman. a co-tume of
black satin over which was worn a long
coat of gray satin broeadtil in black and
.llur l.l-il, , l.,
I'redcriok lxwisohn. costume of
yellow satin with a eloak of orange
velvet, the collar of which wnx mailt, nf I
jimiow lox. ,
Mrs J William Hnrrimnn a rnstnmn nf
silver and black Mtin, black velvet hat
with feathers to match
.Miss Minim Harriman, a costume of
gray satin and wMi a small turban' to
Mrs. Kllwrt H. Oan-. a costume of black
satin with whito lace, black velvet hat,
white fox fur. t
i .Mr i nr.ries lutmati. a costume of
black (hirfon over gtav satin taupe stole
n...l 1.... '
tru li-,.-,. , r 1.1 ...i.
. - "nll',IM w inum
unuion kiiiii, Dlack velet Jiat
Mrs K Francis Hvrie. mstuinp nf crmn
broraded velvet. hkiek velvt i hai. pink
Mr. Francis Carte-, a costume of dark
g'liv siiiin nml black cbiflon with a clojik
of vellow vthet till II l i liar of sable
Mr.- George II Church, a ooMumo nf
dart, gray chiffon satin and a eloak of old
grid brocade, black velvet hat
N.r ( ti.irlei Fllioti Warren, costume
of i, ;li net and rhi'Ton ov -r which was
worn a eloak of black velvet with a sable
collar, a black vdvet hat
Mit.- Suinii" Warren, a costtim- of
pule nink satin and chiffon, cloak of
elee'ri bb.i" velvet, black velvet hit
Mn Iil.t Bull, costume of white
sit;., wiici . I. ak of green velvet, black
M Ivei Ii.,.
COM!! TO SHOW FROM ABROAD.
lixlui-s nnil Writers Arr Here
Hrom the Other Slilr.
The Horse Show is an international
alTair. Laving more foreign exhibitors
than ever lieforo in its history. It has
attracted so much attention In Kurope
that nuwupapor reresentaties liave iximu
from Austria, Holland. Belgium, Ger
irany and Fngland Austria is ivpre-s.-uted
by II X .Maflmrg of the ,tuWri'a
and G K Fischel, who writes for I'rania.
J A Ashby is ono of the representatives
from London. Mr. Ashby is the pub
licity man of the international show
held at Olympia every year Ho is loud
in his praiso of the show now held In
' Madison .Square Garden. Holland is
represented by Mrs. H B. Van Kmden,
who writes for Pe Prim or Amsterdam.
William Foster or Momily, Fjigland.
arrived yesterday afternoon in time
to judge in the harness and appointment '
classes. Mr, Foster is accompanied by
his son, who is captain of tho Yorkshire !
.county cricket toam and wai one of
the eleven representing nil Knglaud '
j in the test matches against the Atitralian I
itiiiu nisi summer. i
I llnrnn Hlnn 111 . , . - r,
ri ' Z ' ' ' .'"V. K ' ,lom ar"
m?' ." ,,m "-tnmftlilp rrance and is to
"mlnl 111 jo'Mtiui; Harness norses and
appointment clnssos Tho llnron is Italy's
i foromost horsemu'i Ho driviis a four.
in-hand in Homo, haa s'.ablo of hunters
and Jumpers which have won all ovor
, Kurope, and what is remarkable, hns his
hunters broseii to harness and drives them
four-in-luiud Two years ago. at tho
London Show, ho drove Senator C. W.
Watson's exhibits and holiJ to wiu
several blues Tor tho American horses.
; John It. Townsend and F,, Von Dor
' Ilorst Koch nro rivals, not with their k
, hlblts of horses because they nro Judges,
' ' r. '"w,"4,''d saddlers and Mr. Koch
of harnoss horses it Un nuostion anion;;
the friends of thexo two giMitlunmn as
to who is tho beu dros.l mm in tho
show .lllsl ill iiriUitit l 'I',...,. I 1..
wild lo liavo a slight lead over Mr Koch I
but then Mr. Koch is always duo tq spring
some sartorial sensation ubout the middle 1
of the week which Is ntulously looked for :
by tlie admirers and followers of Mr.
Jack Donnelly, who handles Mr. Hur- i
rimaii's hon'es, Jms boon oxhlbitlng at
I he National Show since tho first oxhibl-I
tion In lfK and h.is probably handhnl I
more blue ribbon winners than any other I
horseman in the country Donnelly won
lie dr vlng competition in I8J1. He 1
hand il a lour, Imported hackneys, and I
bundled Ihoin so Snlllfully, cutting liguro
ei; ils, dnviiig between posts aniV other
s.illlul :r..iiicoiivriM that no other mm.
.. v ... .,,1.1,, lunust'iiu is
.. 1 ,.. .,
l i""i ' near nun III Ulll mill.'ll
Itoliell A I'm, , ... In, l, .. I. r .i..
executive committee of tho association,
is an enthusiastic breeder of Clydesdales I One of the regular features ot Horse
He recently ImjKiried llarviestoivn H.ir- Show week in New York is tho annual ex
oness. a mare foaled in llKifi by Huron's , cilrnlon of prominent pope from IUch
Prido, dam Ambroslne, This mare will 1 mon.i and other place in Virginia, it
bo shown in competition with others never fnils to include a considerable num
dunttg the week She is nlreadv n liiir i Iwr nf iniiuiriuni knnrrii' tumni.t r,nm thu
winner, having secured the Cnwdor cupi
and president's medal as the best Clyde-
in la ma n, t t"V, t.,ru' .I.h.h Ih I ..... I
,v- ub n, tji-iD miun ,7vuiinutj
last summer. Tho Clydesdale is crowing'
uuutcunct in pupuittmy. tinu iius year
among the exhibitors in this class are tho
Fairholm I'arm, oed by Mr. Fairbalrn;
Oraham Bros., Conyngham Bros, and H.
A. C. Taylor.
W. A. McOibbon, who Is showing saddle
horses, was particularly pleased with the
victory of Patricia in the novice clns in
the afternoon. He sold Patricia to Miss
llnnttttm uiafKnfv t:ql, i nnPlniM Pn,l.. 1
the mare herself, and if her looks told any-
thing as she rode around the ring when
the blue ribbon was pinned on the horse
there was little could have given her more
pleasure than the victory.
The Dress Show
Fashions are fascinating to every woman, Horses
to many women and a longing for both is in the
heart of all women.
Fashions today are not noted without good figure
lines, and the Redfern Model has the first place
in the mind of the "classy" dresser.
Since the automobile has become the universal
conveyance, the horse has taken first place in the .
"classy" mind and horses are not noted without
their "good points."
Take any woman or group of women of the fash
ionable set at the Horse Show this week, and you
will note that the gown is designed to "set off"
the figure, which is only made by the corset.
are recognized "classy" models. They give figure
distinction, grace, elegance, and comfort, and
they are worn by the best dressed women in New
SOLD AT ALL HIGH CLASS STORES
$3.50 to $15.00 Per Pair.
hors loving State, and tho present year
is no exception to the rule. An unusually
I . t. .v. ,, -
iuri;i' iiunioer oi wen Known people com
(xjse this year's party, which left Rich-
mond vesterdav via inn Chesinonkn and
Ohio liailroad for Norfolk. nnnnnillnir
there with tli Old Dominion Line steamer
i or .ow ork. ihey will reach this city
Mriuiirlnl Chapel Deillentlon,
Following the umilvci ,iry vesiirr service
"al - '"'lock this afternoon the Mir. Kellv
I Memorial Chanel on the Firth street aide
f He llotnin Cathoho Church of Our Lady
I of Orare tu Hoboken will he dedicated.
J CIUB majbarwomen.
Hamilton of ('hlraaii to Vote on (he
1 CniCAao, Nov. 10. Tlio Hamilton Club,
one of the, leading Republican organlza
i tiona of the Wet, will vot next Mon
I day on an amendment to itn constitution
restricting Its membership to men.
i It wua discovered about alx months
Mo that the constitution provided for
I the eligibility of "citizens" who had met
the club requirements. Members declared
uiai. women miajit cane suviiuiaat oi hub
provision to apply for membership some
time, and it. is In the effort to prevent
.such a contingency that next Monday's
voio niom laKen.
PABTY FOR MISS EDITH ORACIE,
1 ReceplloH and nanre o Inlrodace
Col. and Mr. Archibald nrarle's
I Mrs. William Carroll Rafferty of Cover-
nors Island gave last nlchl st L'orbln Hall,
on Oovernors Island, a dunce for Miss
Kdlth Oracle, the debutante diughter of
'Col. and Mtx. Archibald Oracle of Wash
ington and In is city.
The Rtiests Incliided many of the de
butantes of the season and a number of
the young officers from Oovernors Island
and the Brooklyn navy vard. Mrs. Robert
T.ivliigston, ,lr , and Mrs, Itenrv Rett ac
companied a party of the debutantes from
this city as chaperons.
The danee turn preceded by n reception
at Mrs. ItafTerlv's house, where the hostess
received with hr daughter, Miss Mei cedes
RafTerly, snd Miss Oracle. Mrs. Ilnffrriv
wore a Trench gown oi ycllo'v broeadp
trimmed with crystal utid silver. Mis
llaffertr wore a row ii of pale bluecliilToii aim
wiling and Miss Oracle's tosMime whs of
white satin (rimmed with black net and
, lace. Supper was served ntlrr the dance
at Mrs. ItalTrrly'R home.
I Col. and Mrs. Omcle will return from
Washington on November 5 and will spend
I the winter nl 34 Kist Thirty-second street.
I They will give at the Hotel Got hum on
1 November 57 a reception to formally in
troduce mcir uaugnter in society
OUTER APPAREL MILLINERY
FOR WOMEN. MISSET. Mnct JUNIOR
The most desirable, and necessarily
the scarcest materials the clever
blending of exquisite shades the per
fect workmanship the irreproachable
qualities combined with absolutely authentic
styles, are the factors which have enabled us to
achieve the highest results yet attained in the
production of Outer-dress for Women.
The prices here are so carefully kept within sensible bounds
that the woman of economical tendencies can feel assured
of eery best intrinsic values. To illustrate
Fur and Fur-trimmed Millinery
Stunning Hati the vogue of the hour of mole, chinchilla squirrel,
civet cat, skunk, natural raccoon and other beautiful Furs which
are doubly interesting at these prices S25, tiO, tS5
Dress and Semi-dress Hats US. S22. $25 ani upwvJ
Fashionable Draped Fur Coats
Of Mole -Squirrel- Alaska, Hudson and Baltic Seal Broadtail
Caracul Civet Cat Beaver Raccoon Opossum in plain or
trimmed effects nrny of them suitable for motoring
SISS. tnO. $200. S2i0 and upuarJ
Perfectly Matched Fur Sets
Of Ermine Chinchilla Fisher Silvered Fox Cross Fox Taupe
Fox Black Fox Black Pointed Fox White Fox-Broadtail
Mole Hudson Sea! Mink Caracul Also many smart Fur
combinations- no. 16S. $75. $100 and upuari
Fur-trimmed and Draped Suits
Of velvet, corduroy, broadcl.th and velour cloths, fu -trimmed
f"i. 555. $95, $100 h $500
Superb Suits of silk matelassc, velvet, embossed charmeusc,
"chamois" cloth and other rich imported fabr cs $125, $150 ani up
Ot camel's hair suitings, lustrous, broadcloth and novelty materials $45, $50, $i5
Beautiful Fur-trimmed Coats
Of Scotch tweeds and camel's hair diagonals, with fur collar of
civet cat, natural or black raccoon, oposs.m.'mole or seal; hand
tailored, full silk-lined
Of corduroy, taupe, navy, brown or back; fur-trimmed $65
Of fine zibeline diagonals fur-trimmed , jj 0 fss
Fur-lined Coats, fur-lined throughout $75. $100, $125 and up
Limousine and Uttlity Coats $25.$io,$js,$4S
Of soft vicunas, heather cloth, diagonal camil's hair and rich imported fabrics
with or without fur trimming- $49, $55. $60, $65, $75 and upwtrd
Dinner and Evening Gowns
Late Paris models and adaptations, of charmeuse, satins, silk mate
lasie, velvet, velvet brocade, chiffons and French net many of
them trimmed with rich furs t55, $65. $75, $85. $100 and upward
Charming Afternoon Dresses
Of plai and brocaded charmeuse. velvet, broadcloth and serge
in the new shades of taupe, amethyst, prune, gendarme blue, navy,
black and white in the new draped effects f55 end $65
Misses' and Small Women's Dresses, 28, '35, 40 & $45
Afternoon and Evening Wraps
wonderfully brilliant assemblage of every new toguc
Of velvet, brocade, plus and charmeuse, in the new plain and
draped effects- $48. $55, $65
Fur-trimmed Wraps Many with large fur collar and cuffs-
j) it II) Atmuw at 4fitlj &tmt
says anesthetic was fatal.
Autopsy Surgeon Ho Ueclarra, hnl
One Who Gave It fays Not.
Dr. Kdgar T. Kay, who performed an
autopsy on the body of Patrick Hart,
who died In the Polyclinlo Hospital Friday
after stovalne waa administered for an
ansFsthotio, reported to Coroner Holtz
hauser last night that tho patient died of
Dr. Ray said that the man was In such
a physical condition that ho considered
it an error of surgical judgment to give
the man any kind of an nnaisthotio.
Dr. William Seaman Bainbridge of 3t
Qramercy Park, who administered the
anaesthetic, said last night that the man's
death waa not due to stovalnn poison
ing. He explained that the man waa in
an exceedingly poor physical condition
and that he was suffering with strangu
TESTIMONIAL TO J. H. MAHANY.
Alumni of Trinity Chnprl Schnnt
Present lllm With n Diamond hlng.
The Itev Or William T. Manning, rectoi
of Ttinity Church, and other members
of the Minnnt Association of Trinity Chapel
Sthool met yesterday at tho school to pay
their respects to J. Howaid Mahany, who
i. . ...i.w.l u. hoaHmimter of the school
linn it, nr.. ..x.
after forty-one years service, rney pre
sented the headmaster witn a ninmona nnc
and an Illuminated addre.
in.nn th,. nther tnimsr mini s of the
headmaster who attended were th Rev.
)r Ocorge X. Uvo or tbe imurcn oi me
i.in,i.m ii, IV, John Mockrldge. rlcar
of Trinity Chapel, and Constant Bird,
piesldent of the Manhattan Havings Insh-
tUMr"'Malianv Is n graduate of Brandon
Training t'ollege In Ireland, and be'orehe
came to this country was a teacher ln ;
minster School, connected with the cathedral