Z iHi!) SUN AND BW
i AT DAYTONA RACES
France Under a New Cabinet
xukic ntitiAhn, sundae, ITOftUAKY 8, 1920.
Bcherer. OHOSES CHUNK JUUWiWf.
j & utomotilc Evcnf Bring To-
? . frcfhcr International Tlirontr
'. s of Sncctatorg.
MEASURE CRAFT IN RIVER
Many Yachts Drop Anchor at
(ho Clulj Hotels Crowded
With New Arrivals.
Tiiytova. PTa. Yth. 7. As toon as
$ "'A. G. De la. Mater, director and man-
( aer or the New Toric Automooiie As
sociation, wired to the American Auto
mobile Association that the date was
, tinea jor we iri oi un
' 'on ihe beach all Daytona, society folic
end wlnttr visitors becan to arrange
parties for to-day. The Daytona beach
automobile races brine toeether the
most International thron of spectators
that rather anywhere in America.
All of the hotels had to arrange for
capacity houses for tsls week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Foster. Mm. Will
iam If. Earle, Mrs. Fred Hovt, Mr. and
Urs. O. H. Hathaway and their son, Mr.
and Mrs. C. U Haydcn of New York all
come to the Princess Issenna In time
for the beach races.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin T. Ah have
olosed their home at Wnghamton. Now
York, and havcttaken an apartment for
tbfl .season at Ifeytona.
Two distinguished women orators
hate visited Daytona this week. Mrs.
Antoinette Funk of Washington, D. G,
was the chief guest nnd speaker at the
ralmetto Club anil Judge Jean Hor
tense Norris, the only woman Judse of
3'ew York SUtc. was the guest of the
Professional Women's Club.
All kinds of pleasure craft drop an
chor at the Halifax Itlvcr Yacht Club
but when tho Mammy, a two masted
schooner with auxiliary engines, come
alongside the landing etaso of the boat
house an Interested crowd of sojourners
and yachtsmen Inspected the big yacht
Several years ago Mr. Edmund Heard
of Boston had the house boat built for
Mrs. Heard and himself and few water
craft have such equipment 'or comfort
as the Mammy with Its living loom, din
Ins; room, kitchen, two bedrooms and
Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Dodson of New
York, on board the Clan, dropped anchor
til llitr Club for 4 few Iioura en route to
CoL 15. P. Woodbury went to Orlando
to represent Daytona at the meeting cf
the Florida State Hotc' Association, held
Arrivals of the week at the nldgewood
Include Mrs. Mary Sinclair, Messrs. A.
T. Sinclair and JE. H. Sinclair of Genesee,
Mr. and Mrs Julius Mendelsohn, i'latts
burg: Mr. and Mrs; P. D. Keeler, Bridge
port. Conn. : Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Grlfflng,
Danbury, Conn.; Mrs. Charles Bamsey,
At the Despland are Mrs. Carleton
Sanford, Mrs. Edwin Merrltt of Potts
dam, N. Y. ; Mrs. Cornelia Merritt of
Moo.-ettovrn. N. J.: William T. Craven
cf East Orange: Mrs. Elizabeth Free
man, New York : Mr. and Mrs. P. Kane,
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bcott, New Haven.
Conn.; Dr. and Mrs. W. Tyler Brown of
Norwich, Conn. : Mr. and Mrs. Frank E.
Mlltfr, New York; Dr. A. A. Schwab,
New York; Miss Margaret J. Jarvls,
Montclalr; Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Malnca, New York; Mr. and Mrs. W.
W, Foster, Jlhlnebtck, N. Y.; Mrs. A.
H. Wood, Now York.
- At the Princo George are William
M. SUIIman, Plalntleld: Mrs. Edna
New York; Mra. Edna Coleman, New
ark; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Blake of
H rsssssssssss 'lisLillliVisi jjMFJBIB BP
One of the fint things Premier Millerand and
his Cabinet 4id after assuming office to conduct the
affairs of France was to pose for the photographers.
The new "Premier is seen seated, the second from the
left. A commission already has been given to a
famous artist to paint a picture of the Cabinet from
this photograph, and the painting will be preserved
Blsley and Everett Pender of Atlantic
City, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bowlne gave a
reception and dance at the Rosalind
Club last evenlnjr for her daughter, Mrs.
A. J. A. Olass of New York.
Mr. and Mr. Seth Woodruff 6ave the
second of a series of entertainments on
Tuesday evening for their daughter, Mrs.
Harry Hoffman of New York.
Mrs. Josiah Ferris entertained at a
luncheon and bridge on Wednesday for
her guest. Miss Jessie Owens of Mont
clalr, N. J. Two Interesting arnvais
this week are the Misses wancne uen
son and Ethel Glente, who have "hiked"
tho entire distance from New York to
At the Tremont are Mr. and Mrs. mut
ton S. Clem of New York, Mr. and Mrs.
William Rlchman, Mlsjees Llla and Dor
othy RJchman of Montclalr, N. J. At
the 8L Charles are Mr. juason ana air.
and Mrs. A. J. CJraham of New York.
Mr. and Mrs. George L. Holmes and
family of Morristown, N. J., and MIsi
Edna Flodlng of New York are located
at the Empire. Othera here are CoL and
Mrs. Uriah Seeleye of Atlantic City,
N. Y., at their winter home on Orango
avtnue, Mr. ana sirs. James uouuer oi
Caldwell, N. J., and Mrs. C. M. V. Fol-
lett of Washington, D. C, are' at tlie
Beabrccic, Flo., Feb. 7. Mr. and
Mrs. Francis O. French of Tuxedo
Park, who are passing the winter In
Florda, have been at tlie Clarendon for
a short time. Mrs. A. H. Burroughs and
Miss Buroughs of Irvlngton-on-Hudson
are at that hotel, where they arrived
thla week for a lengthy stay. Others
there aro Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Boldt, Mr.
and Mrs. A. H. Lcvanthal of New York ;
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Foster of Ilhlne
bock, N. Y., and Mr. A. C. Eaten of
Blnghamton, N. Y.
Mrs. E. J. Dalton has arrived from
New York to Join Mr. Dalton, who came
last week, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Taussey
have Joined the New York colony here.
Mr. If. B. Canfleld and his mother, Mrs.
II. O. Canfleld of New York and Bridge
port, motored to Tampa and other p&lnts
along tlie West Coast this week.
Miss Anna M. Hteenken of Saugcrtles,
N. Y Arrived this wck at the Claren
don. Others there from New York ln
cludo Mrs. E. E. Schmallolz, Mr.
Charles W. Brlnke, Mr. Hiram Knight,
Miss Carla Ostrom and Mr. and Mrs.
JJ. F. Adler.
Many parties havo brought their high
speed motor cars to try out on the Or-mond-Daytona
Beach and Impromptu
races between sojourners have been
The Princeton Flying Unit is kept
busy throughout tho day with the many
persons who arc Interested In flying.
Several long flights have been taken In
thft planes to points along the coast
transportation officers for a meeting; In
the Greenbrier to promote the general
efficiency of the road. The meeting lasted
one day, after which the party returned
home, with the exception of Mr. Stevens
and Mr. Wall, who remained several
AT FORT MYERS, FLA.
Yavr Mrrns. ' Fix. Feb. 7. Expert
trap shooter are making high scores at
m.i. liradford Hotel traps and enthusi
asm Is running high amonr those shoot
ers who are rounding into lorm ior uie
State tournament to be held at Fort
Mvms In the near future. Mr. Henry
. . r I . .
U Gillespie or Tcnany, j..
score of 3, making 9 kills out of the
last 100 targeta at which he snot, on
account of the Ideal location of the
traps, the shooting taking place over
the Caloosahatchee Hlver, it Is erpected
that many straight runs or too will do
made before the season is over.
Two concerts are gicn daily by
Grella'8 Band. The organization has
been engaged to play here during the
Arrivals at the Hotel Boyat Palm In
clude Mrs. Samuel McBrlde. Miss
Winona McBrlde, Mr. and Mrs. William
Wlease, Mr. M. D. Zucker, Mr. and Mrs.
It. A. Bramley, Mr. and Mra. F. It Sad
ler, Mr. George Bell, the Messrs. S. V.
. n n I a T T ......
g ana J. lw ueisna, urc. i. jw jjaiciiiuu,
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Aniens of New
Mrs. It J. Young of Stamford, Co no,
who la well known through her popular
plays. -Naughty Marietta" aitf "May
time," la spending some time at the
Royal Palm. .
Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Frost of New York
havo taken a cottage here for the winter.
Mr. 8. De Graff of North Tonawanda,
N. Y., who has been a guest in the city
for several weeks, will start toon for a
cruise In the Gulf waters. Mr. and Mrs.
W. C. Collins and daughter or iiacaen
saclc. N. J-, are occupying their cottage
for the winter.
AT OLD POINT COMFORT.
Old Point Compokt. Va- Feb. 7.
The Liberty Theatre was opened
to-nl-jht with a throng from New York
In the audience, which contained repre
sentative of the army and navy In
Washington, as well as from Fortress
Monroe and the naval base at Norfolk.
After the play dure was a snipper dance
In the Hotel Charoberlln. "La la
Lucille" was the play.
The fifty-first anniversary of Found
ers' Day of Hampton Institute was cele
brated on last Sunday. Dr. Harry A.
Garfield made the chief address.
From J'ew York at the Chamberlln
are Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Prager, Dr.
J. Barker Savage, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Rosens, Sir. and Mrs. N. C. Cowles, Mr.
Arthur Curtlss James, Mr. and Mrs. R.
M. First. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Thomas,
Mr. and Mrs. William Galletly. Mrs. A
Cavallerl. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Benson,
Mr. and Mrs. William Nicholson and
Miss Ruth Whltmore WardwelL
AT BELLEAIR, FLA,
BcuxAiit. Ful, Feb. ,7. The annual
February golf tournament for women
has been the feature of a busy week
here. Among those entered were: Mrs.
O. Henry Stetson and Mra. C. F. Fox,
Philadelphia,; Mrs. Clarence King, Cin
cinnati; Mrs. C. G. Alexander and Mrs.
Charles Braffette. Chicago; Mrs. H. F.
Tried man. Mrs. Serell Ford and Miss
Evelyn Alvord, New York; Mrs. C. H.
Foster, Cleveland; Miss Margaret Mur-
Mr. W. A. Alexander, of Chicago.
had ona of tho largest dinner parties
of the oeaaon at the Hotel Bellerlew
recently to celebrate his winning tho
annual January golf tournament.
Recent arrivals at the Bellewie In
clude: Mr. Courtland Van Cllef. Buf
falo; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paul. Wash
ington. D. C: Mrs. Blanche B. Lane.
Mrs. Laura Hubert. Warrlnston, Va.;
Mrs. F. B. Towne. Holyoke, Mass.; C
E. Wilson. Boston: Walter C. Hasklns.
Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hard
ing. Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Smith,
Oklahoma City; Walter 1. Parker.
Powell. Mass.; John Peale. New Yor:
Mr. and Mrs. W. It Doherty. Patter
son, N. X
Increasing Interest Is being taken In
the trap-shooting facllltiea offered this
season In connection with tho new
Notes from tho Theatres.
Messrs. Comstock & Gest are to rpo
duce a play byJFYederlc and Fannie Hat
ton called "The Checkerboard."
Martin Beck and M. 1L Singer of the
Orpheura Circuit have gone to Palm
Beach. F. Ray Comstock will start
South to-night DanUl Frohman Is there
to arrange an entertainment for the
Actors' Fund, to be giten In the Cocoa-
mi t (.rovA on Fcbruarv 27.
George Arllsa is rehearsing a play by
Booth Tarklngton entitled "Poldekln."
it in about a Russian who learns the
real spirit of America. George C. aTylor
will produce It
An organization called tho Theatre
Lovers Association will give several
performances In the Bramhall Playhouse
on Sunday nights, beginning next week.
G. M. Anderson has received proposals
from a Cuban amusement concern to to
"Frivolities of 1920" to Havana tn me
The Metro company haw acquired the
photoplay rights to "Polly With a Past
Famous theatrical families are repre
sented in the cast of "The Copperhead,"
a Paramount-Artcraft protoplay, by
Lonel aBrrymore, Miss Doris Rankin,
Arthur and Harry Davenport
George Marlon has been engaged to
wppoprt Walter Hampden In Percy
Olackaye's "George Washington."
OPPOSES CHURCH HEJGEB.
Bishop Bare DeeWes tn Case of
Bishop Charles Sumner Burch has of
ficially disapproved a proposition con
t.n,niUnr the merger of et Andrew's
i?ninal Church In Harlem with the
ST . -. I
Church f tho Beloved Discipw w
Elghty-nlnth street Th uianup
f erred for four hours with
commute, of tho diocese- n1,.th
tion of Harlem's future was thoroughly!
S0Raintestats experts tormtA titrrT'
men and laymen of the commWtca that
tho negro Invasion would not extend be
low itOth street that In the Im
mediate neighborhood of MStn
high cUts resIdenUal development would
conUnue, opinion killed the propo
sition. St Andrew's Church i wUl call
a new rector and continue Its work.
Course In Americanism.
An Intensive course in tho Vttodtfts
and practice of work for the foreign
born will bo given from February 9 to
February 27 ot Columbia House, the
Amerlcanltatlon centre of Columbia Uni
versity. The hours will be from 3 :45 to
6:15 P. M. Monday. Wednesday and
millions are open for swral
high thus mn to eover the Metro
polltan Dlitritt alio Wholesale Ter
ritory. The line Is tomplete and
already eitabUibed. Compnatlon
on a liberal salary and tomraliilos
bsiU. Exceptional salewoom snd
icrrlee fattjltles. o not reply
lets yoo can demonitrate that yon
bare been and are "now a ineeeis.
fni Mntor Track Haleiman. AH re
plies will be received confldenllally.
"TnCCK SAlKSMAJf.'' eare Kler.
nan Adv. Agency, 133 uroauway,
AT BRADENTOWN, FLA.
Bradbntowm, Fla., Feb. 7. Interest
among golf enthusiasts is waxing high
and the Kenton ring trophy, a solid gold
ring to bo awardod by Bradentown's
leading JowellT. has been played for
three times during the week. Mrs. Jen
nie Sharpies, national ndd secretary of
the World's Purity Federation, Is an In
terestlng visitor In the city and will de
liver several lectures during her stay.
Miss Elizabeth Campbell, of Braden
town was sponsor for the new steam
ship. I " Manatee, which was released
from the Oscar Daniels Shipyard at
Tampa on Saturday.
Dr. Henry Stewart of New York re
cently was a guest at a party given for
fonr guests whose birthdays occurred
within a week.
AT AUGUSTA, GA. .
Augusta, Ga., Feb. 7. Several resi
dents of New York, Broklyn and vicin
ity are at the Bon Air Hotel. Amonu
them aro Mr. and Mrs. It F. Mc
Queen, Mr. Hugh Hartshorne, Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur II. Van Brunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred T. Lewis, Mr. C. S. Gregg,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Thorncll. Mr.
Philips I James, Mr. L. J. Hun
ter, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Adler, Mr.
O. E. BurRhard, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. T.
Lynch, Miss Helen Oldack, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. McCabe, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Van Name, Mr. George W. Duncan,
Mrs. Henry Spadone and Miss Spa
donc. At Partridge Inn on last Wednesday
night there was a cabaret dinner for the
benefit of the Children's Home. About
00 persons were present. One feature
of tho programme was a rainbow
dan co by Miss Olive Bemis of JameSj
town, N. Y., who Is a guest of Mrs.
M. W. Partrldcc. At the Inn on Lin
coln's Birthday 400 members of tho
Augusta Board of Commerce and their
friends will havo a dinner.
At on Indoor golf tournament in tho
lobby of tho Inn last week Mrs. Ber
nard Tim of New York, with a score of
18 won a silver cup. Mr. J. O. Butler
of Roxbury, Conn., runner up, won a
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cottier of Scars
dale, N. Y., aro passing tho winter
at Hermlta?o Inn.
At Partridge Inn aro Mr. E. D, Mcr
Icr of New York, Mr. and Mrs. R. Sin
clair of New York, and Dr. Edward B.
Angell of Rochello, N. Y.
AT WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
AT DE LAND, FLA.
Db Land, Fla., Feb. 7. Tho Countess
Santa Eulalla, accompanied by Miss T.
T. Potter, has closed her home at Anh
bourno, Pa., for the winter and has
taken apartments at the College Arms.
Princess Eulalla owns a winter place
here but will not open It this season.
Mrs. O. T. Mcintosh of New York Is
the guest of Professor and Mrs. E. P.
Barrell. Mrs. J, H. Cornwall of Pater
son, N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Edward De
Witts of Englcwood, Mr. and Mrs. II. U.
ftodle of Kingston, New York, were at
thft College Arms this week. Miss E. A.
Maynard and Mies J. Moore of Albany
Jtmv taken an apartment hero for tho
Mrs. M. E. Phillips and Miss B. M.
riillllps of New York, Mrs. James Scott
Moore of Buffalo, Mrs. John A. Bennett
of Brooklyn, Dr. Emma 8. Sherman of
Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver De Hldder,
MIS Grace- De Bidder of Rochester, Mrs.
Nellie Boner ot New Jersey aro recent
arrivals at this resort.
Mrst S. Hi Torranco of Yonkers and s
(Miss 8. M, Wylle of New York mado tho
trip to Ds Land from New, York by
Mr. Lewis uohenexe or Brooklyn has
ftought a farm at Lako Helen near De
There are four golfers at De Land
hla year who aro doing oxcellent
"lam work." They are Messrs. F. C.
Osterhaut W. D. F. Gibson of New
York, F. P. Beaver of Dayton, Ohio, and
'1 F. Marsh of Massachusetts.
! V AT ORLANDO, FLA.
Oslando. Fla., Feb. 1. Events of so
cial Interest at the San Juan Hotel this
Included the muslo, festival
luncheon on Monday with seventy-fivo
invited guests and a .charity bridge on
TiMdy evening with two hundred
guests. Arrivals at the hotel this week
Include Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A. Collins, Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrenco Churchill of New
Yprk. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tuse of White
Plains, N. Y,j Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Frce-
of Long Branch, N. J.,; Mlia Theo-
bursty, Niw Ywk; Xsasrs. Horace
WntTB Suu-itun Rpnmas, W. Va.,
Feb. 7. Springlike days have evoked
more than tho usual enthusiasm among
sojourners here this week. Every ono
who cares for riding has been in the
saddle, golfers have spent hours In prac
tice, the I)g Cabin, Elmhurst Farm
and the Pines were kept busy with par
ties for tea and dinner.
'Mrs. Robert L. Parrlsh of Covington,
Va., and Mls.i Annlo Ayrcs of Danville,
Va., spent last Sunday at tho Greenbrier
Hotel. Mrs. Parrlsh made her first visit
to White Sulphur twenty-five years ago,
Mr. George W. Stevens, Federal man
ager ot the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail
road ; Garrett B. Wall, assistant mana
ger, and R. C. Parrlsh, general mana
ger, all of Richmond, arrived hero this
week In private cara with forty other
. i Inc.
mWeRt42rl Rf ADJOINING
Brosdwiv, cor. 67th St, MwhstUn
5C0 Fullon St, Brooklyn
fc. ot Any Amount
(gjfc On Pltajcs ot Periensl Property
CARBURETOR G0.f Inc.
58 WEST 65TH ST.
Liberal Allowance on Old
Carbureters, Any Make, in
Exchange for New SCHEBLER.
In staging a Fur Fashion Show in St. Louis, the acknowledged
fur market of the world, our purpose is two-fold.
to entertain the buyers gathered
from all parts of the globe who attend our
Mid-Winter Public Auction Sales of raw
furs shipped to us from every fur-producing
Our second purpose, infinitely more im
portant than the first, is to demonstrate to
the vast American buying public that the
best in fur styles, workmanship and value
can be found in America. In line with our
plan to be of practical service to the Fur
Industry, we have arranged to present ex
clusively FITS FtASHIONgD BY
k INCORPORATED 1
Otto iA hn is most prominent in rntro-'
ducing American talent and ingenuity in
the production of Fur Fashions particularly
adapted to the needs of American women.
He has advocated and led with remarkable
courage and prophetic vision the "Made in
U.S.A." fur movement.
We firmly believe that the American Fur
Industry in the manufacturing as well as
every other branch, has reached a place
second to none, and that fur garments
made ih the U.S.A. are incomparable.
Funs ten Bros. 6P Qo.
INTERNATIONAL FUR EXCHANGE
ST. LOUIS, U.S. A.
largest Sellers of Furs in the World
The number of
candidates for the
Presidency is ex
ceeded only by the
number of novel
ties the CROSS
factories are for
Cross Hand Bag
Black or colored velvet, attractive
tUk lining), fitted idth framed tUk
cotn purse and attached mirror, 7
inch celluloid frame, bag 6 inchtt
Cross Sewing Case
Shoon open and doted! colorti
beaver colfiktn leather, silt exten
sion shies and lining; containing fico
packages needles, txco bodkin, (Aim-
lie, tutors. 7x7 Vi inches $16.00
Initials stamped without charge.
Cross Bridge Case
Fitted with two packs of playing
cards, score pads and pencils; glased
calfskin case, border design of gold
tooling, stik lining. Blue 7fts7 Inches
Cross "Week-End" Case
For women oloofc enamel cloth,
fancy silk mulls lining; pocket in
side cover, removable tray, ample
space underneath, 30,23, 24, ilinches.
$18.50, $10.00, $19.50, $20.00
initials painted wUAout charge.
Cross Wardrobe Trunks
For men and women; fibre covering
and binding; fitted With garment
hangers, shoe bog, drawers, etc., as
Others from $50 to $215
initials painted without charge.
Ths World's Grtitut Lcilher Slows
404 Fifth Ave. 253 Brosdwsy
UtS7lJk Street) (Opp. City Hall)
145 Tremont St. 89 Regent St.
Dealers Throughout the World
mM.- Jin-, sn-s.
xml | txt