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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 30, 1920.
MEMORIAL DAY TO
BE HONORED ABROAD
Hany Prominent French Vara
j Hies Will Bo Represented
nt Ceremony.
MASS TO BE CELEBHATEp
Father "William Hommiek of
; Washington, I). C, Is Se
lected ns Celebrant.
Pahib, May 29. Many of the most
prominent families of France will bo
represented at the Memorial Day mass
to be celebrated to-morrow mornlnp at
the Church of St. Joaeph. Cardinal
'Amette, Archbishop of Paris, Is In Home,
but has Instructed his VIcar-Gcneral,
Mgr. Odelln, to represent him at the
ceremony. Father William Hemmlck
of Washington, D. C, In Europe on spe
cial mission, will be the celebrant.
Amonir the French women who will be
present will be Duchess Noalllcs, a de
scendant of Marquis de Lafayette.
Father Joseph N. Tralnor of Cleveland,
Ohio, United States Army chaplain, hat
returned to Franco from Itomo for Me
morial Day. During: the war ho was
specially attached to the Nineteenth,
Twentieth and Twenty-first machlno gun
battalions of the Seventh Division, and
will bo the chief participant In services
to bo held In the cemetery at Thlaucourt,
Whero moro than 1,200 men of his dlvl
ilon nro burled.
Popo Benedict XV. will devote a part
of to-day In prayer for American sol
diers who died on the battlefields of
Franco and Germany, according to a
cable message from Edward L. Hearn,
European commissioner of the Knights
Of Columbus.
plan to hold memorial services In the
quaint old church yards of Queenstown,
near whero the remains of victims of tho
Lusltania tragedy are burM. T1,e
Americans havo also decorated the
graves of allied dead In Queenstown
MEMORIAL DAY
SCHEDULE VARIED
MEMORIAL MASS
FOR SOLDIER DEAD Tnradcs, Concerts, Church Scr-
. . T7TJ xi . . - vIccs n,l1 Visits to Hos
United Spanish War Veterans
to Hold Services.
Tho annual memorial military mass
for tho American soldier and sailor dead, '! observance of Memorial Day this
under tho auspices of Gloucester Camp, J will Include a generous number of
No. C, United Spanish War Veterans, for churd, sen-Ices parades, concerts and
many year., celebrated on the grounds tnwn to service men Jn hospitals.
f tho Unit d Staes Naval Hospital, In Mayor Hylan and prominent city off.-
or tno unueu min cJalj Jon )n th(j
the navy yard Brooklyn. II no take v
p!,co there this year. Instead It wUI
bo rn.lcrm.Ucd to-day at Iw Roman
Catholic Church of tho Nativity. Clas on who march o
avenue and Madison street, of which
the new Dr. John U Cclford Is rector. I -
The mass will tako place at 10:30, tho,
celebrant being the night Uev. Mgr. John
1, Chldwlck, president of St. Josephs
Seminary, Dunwoodle, and chaplain of(
the Malno when she was sunk In Havana
Harbor. He will be assisted by tho Hcv.
Edward J. Hlgglns, former army chap-
lain and now a member of Brooklyn
Post 211, American Legion, who will bo I
senior deacon; tho Itev. James J. Brady,
former-naval chaplain, who will bo Junior
dtsson, an1 tho ltev. Edward J. Mat
thews, chaplain of the Long Island Chap
ter of the Knights of Columbus, who
will bo master of coremonles. Father
Belford will proach tho sermon.
Tho United Spanish War Veternn
the Fourteenth Regiment Camp will
also hold a memorial service In Holy
Cross Cemetery. They will honor tho
memory of tho late Mgr. William J.
White, former rector of the Roman
Catholic Church of tho Visitation, Rich
ards nnd Verona streets, who was u
chaplain In tho Spanish-American war. i
Following the memorial mass In Brook- J
klyn Mgr. Chldwlck will go to Tho Mall
In Central Park, whero ho wilt bo the
principal epeaker at a servlco under tho
auoplces of tho American Legion, the
United Spanish War Veterans and tho
G. A. R.
from Bevonty-thlrd street to Ninety-second
street to-morrow, Tho parade la
scheduled to startxat 9 o'clock, Lleut.
Gen. Nelson A. Miles, U. S. A., retired,
will review thn column ut the Soldiers'
find Sailors' Monument, Rlvorsldo Drlvn
at H.ghty-nlnth street. Memorial exor
cises will ha held at tho muiio place,
Tho following list Is given as a giildo
to tho services to-day:
Dr. J. P. McComas will deliver tho
memorial address at a servlco of the
Sons of tho American Revolution, In St.
Paul's Chapel, Broadway nnd Vcsoy
street, at 10:30 A. M.
Tho annual momorlnl services for tho
Hebrew Veterans of tho Wars of tho Re
public will bo held In Carnegie Hall at
10:30 A. M. Major-Gen. Clarence II,
Edwards, commander of tho Twenty,
sixth division In France; Judge Abram
I. Elkus, Maurlco Simmons and Rabbl
btnphcn 8. Wise will spfalt.
Gloucester Camp No. 6, United Span
ish War Veterans, will celebrate tho
nineteenth annual memorial military
mass In tho Church of the Nativity, Clas
lvn. nt 10:30 A. M.
Tho Veteran Corps of tho Sixty-ninth
Regiment will -march front their nrmory
to Old Calvary Cemetery for memorial
exercises and tho laying of a corner
stone nt n monument, 2 P, M,
Juntlco Philip J. McCook will pro
sent a stand of colors to tho Murruy
Hill Post of tho American Legion, nt
St. Gabriel's Park, Thlrty-sxth street
and Second avenue, 2 P, M,
Tho United Spanish War Voternns of
Manhattan, assisted by member.! of tho
Oranil Army of tho Republic nnd World
War Veterans, will hold a servlco nt tho
Sheep Meadow, Central Park, nt 3:30
P, M, Thrco treoa will bo plnntod, ono
for each of tho organizations partici
pating. Vespers for the. ncud, In memory of
the Orthodox Christians who eavo their
lives In tho lata war, will bu held by
the Holy Eastern Orthodox-Catholic
Church at fit. Nicholas Cathedral, 15
East Ninety-seventh street, nt 5 P. M.
Tho Richmond County Chupler of the
American Rod Cross will entertain tho
wounded soldiers at General Hospital
No. 41, Fox Mills, statcn Island, with
son nvenno and Madison street, Droolt- earned and o, vaudeville performance, in
which some or tho disabled men may
participate.
DANIELS AND BAKER
HONOR DEAD HEROES
Both Issue Customary Memo
rial Day Addresses.
Washington, May 29.-Memorial Day
messages were mo.de public to-night by
Secretary Baker and Secretary Danlel,
following the custom of the War and
Navy departments.
"Tho tributes of flowers which to-day
nro placed on tho graves of our soldiers
nro tho outward emblems of a deep and
solemn", emotion which fills tho entire
nation," Mr. Baker said. "Wo shall
havo In our minds tho virtues of thoso
to whoso memory Memorial Day was
originally set apart, and we will think
with fresh pride and affection of tho
American soldiers of Uio world war
who In their youth and strength carried
America overseas and showed -tho Old
World tho fruits of tho Institutions which
our fathers established and our soldiers
In nil generations have victoriously de
fended. Tho heart of tho nation will,
too, bo filled with sympathy na It tries
to share tho personal burden of thoso
whoso family tics wero broken by the
sacrifices of the war," ,
"Tho country that forgets,ltB defend
ers does not deserve a citizenship cour
ageous enough to place their Uvea In
Jeopardy to defend It," Secretary Daniels
said. "Tho valor of tho youths of our
day to tho number of four milllonKwho
wore ready In tho world war to dlo for
America, teaches us that tho breed of
heroes has not played out. Thero are
as many Nathan Hales In every hundred
youths to-day as thoro wero In tho Revo
lution. This knowledge gives higher ap
preciation of tho soldiers nnd sailors In
whose honor wo celebrate Memorial Day.
Wo think moro of their sacrifice, oven
unto death, than before this generation
had experienced what war moans. As wo
honor tho dead heroes to-day, let tho
people of the Republic rededlcato them
selves to a love of freedom that knows
no creed, no race, nor clime, nor ocean
boundary."
MRS. AUDITORE FILES
PROTEST ON WILL
Objects to Mysterious
quest of $80,000.
Be
Mrs, Gulssiplna Audltoro of S3 Llndci
avenue, Brooklyn, widow of Joseph Ai,
dltore, filed yVsterdny in the Surrogate
fCourt, Brooklyn, notice of objection
to tho probato of her husband's will
Mrs. Audltore, In contesting tho docu
mcnt, says It Is not her husband's last
will, that Its execution was not her bus
band's free, unrestrained nnd voluntas
act, And that nt tho tlmo of l'j ex ecu
tlon ho was not of sound mind, mcmorv
and understanding. Tho widow de
mands a Jury trial of tho issues in
volvcd.
Audltore died on May 9 of pneumonia
at tho homo of Miss Jennlo Lcbonsky
at 121 West Soventy-second strcot, He
loft all of his million dollar estate w I tJi
tho exception of $SO,000, to his wife and
our children,
SERVICES WILL BE
HELD IN ENGLAND
Craves of American Dead in
British Isles Decorated.
London. May 29 Decoration Day
will be observed hero by a memorial
service at St Margaret's Chapel, West
minster, the official church of tho House
of Commons,( and the placing- of an
American flag" and a wreath on each of
tho 2,500 graves of American soldiers,
sailors and marines burled In the British
Isles. The graves are scattered over
108 cemeteries In ninety-nine towns,
reaching from the bleak shores of Islay,
where the Tuscanla and Otranto vic
tims lay, to the sunny shores of Devon
shire, whero are buried thoso who suc
cumbed to Influenza on transports.
The Initiative In decorating tho graves
this year was taken by the London Post
of the American Legion, Although the
legion was assisted by a committee of
Americans, headed by Ambassador John
W. Davis and Consul-General Robert P.
Skinner, the tak has been a formidable
ono for Its seventy members. The twenty-two
American consuls In the Islands
aided materially In the actual work of
decorating the graves.
Clergymen of varlour denominations
CONEY'S BEACHES
HAVE BIG CROWDS
Summery Day Induces Many
to Enter Surf.
jfp' PRIVATE i
FUR STORAGE VAULT
! ON PREMISES . 1
I FURS REMODELLED l
Coney Island enjoyed the first real
summer day this season yesterday and
by mldaftcrnoon more than Kjp.OOO per
sona wero massed up and down the
beaches and along Surf avenue and the
Bowery. The bathers were thero in
large numbers, and In accordance with
their promise the police were on the
lookout for girls and women who might
try to parade up tho beach In socks.
Following close on the heels of the
cops when they left the station house
to perform that duty went a dozen pro
hibition enforcement agents who wero
on the Job to seo that soft drinks were
soft drinks.
The booze scouts arrested a bartender
and one of tho proprietors of Stube
Brothers' cafe In Surf avenue, charging
that whiskey was sold for fifty cents
a drink there. Tho prisoners wero re
leased on ball.
A fire In the bungalow colony In West
Thirty-sixth street last night attracted
several thousand persons and provided
excitement. Two structures were
burned, entailing a loss of $S,0OU.
BONWIT TELLER &XQ
FIFTH AVENUE AT 38T" STREET
Announce for Tuesday
and the following days
A Special Sale of
WOMEN'S and MISSES'
HIGH GRADE
SPRING APPAREL
At Reductions of 25 to 50
and in some instances more
WOMEN'S APPAREL SECOND FLOOR
MISSES' APPAREL THIRD FL(3oR
The apparel concerned in this sale is of
the typical Bonwit Teller 8s Co. stand
ard and represents the most suc
cessful style themes of -the season.
Women's Tailored Suits
Women's Coats and Capes
Women's Tailored Frocks
Separate Skirts
Misses' Tailored Suits
Misses' Coats ancT Capes
Misses' Tailored Frocks
AND OTHER ARTICLES OF APPAREL
No Credits No Exchanges
Just Released through
the U. S. Customs
A Wonderful Collection of
FRENCH
HAND-MADE
BLOUSES
Arrived on the S. S. Mauretania
These blouses are -fresh from the
hands of the deft needleworkers of
Paris, and reveal the latest style
thoughts of the French designers.
The vogue of the blouse is at its
height in Paris. And this shop is
sponsor for the vogue in America.
Every new fashion development is
presented, translated in fine hand
kerchief linen, voile, batiste, crepe
de chine, net and Georgette. In
cluded are simple blouse types and
the more formal long tunic blouses
with elaborations of beading and
embroidery.
Introducing Correct
Summer Fashions in
"BONTELL"
FOOTWEAR
Featured arejthe new strap models
with modified French Vamps,
white sports and dress boots and
walking oxfords and pumps'.
The outstanding features of "Bontell"
Footwear are a high degree of custom
bootmanship and a supple flexibility
which give ease, grace and comfort.
Many variations are presented in the
new strap types developed in all the
favored leathers and colors. Walking
oxfords and pumps in a comprehen
sive variety. Smart all white or
contrasting leather trimmed; white
canvas, white buckskin, white kid
skin, black or brown Russia calfskin.
Specialized golf oxfords in tan or
black calfskin or white buckskin.
Summer Fashions in
HOSIERY
of SILK or WOOL
WHITE and COLORS
For every occasion of the Summer
social calendar this shop presents
specific types of hosiery in silk and
in fine wool.
Included are many diversions of the
mode and innumerable novelties in
hand embroidered clox, vertical
stripes, openwork designs in white
end colored silks of purest quality.
And many roveltics in wool hose .
for the various sports activities.
BONWIT TELLER &CQ
FIFTH AVENUE AT 38 STREET
A Most Attractive and Large Collection
of Individualized Versions of
the Summer Mode in
- FROCKS and GOWNS
EXQUISITELY HANDMADE FRENCH FROCKS
OF DELICATELY FINE NEEDLEWORK AND
TREATMENT. EXCLUSIVE TYPES FROM OUR
PRIVATE WORKROOMS, AND FASHIONS
DEVELOPED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS, SHOP.
Though Prices Are Very Moderate the
High Quality of Materials and Finesse
of Detail Are Specially Emphasized.
Ijand-niadt Trcitcb Ttocfcs
22.50 to-l 45.00
The scope of this ensemble of hand-made French
frocks is truly remarkable. We believe it to be
the largest collection of quality ever assembled.
Represented are the latest expressions of the
clever Parisian couturieres, who specialize in
hand-made frocks of this type. They have been
personally selected 'by our own representatives
and reveal all the artistry of French design .in
silhouette treatment, color scheme and decora
tive quality. Models from the most simple types
to those of elaborate bead work on cotton voile.
frocks of Bonwit teller Design
These frocks will appeal particularly to those who
demand something "different" from the usual
hackneyed types. A fine degree of elegance is
achieved in these frocks by their simplicity and .
refreshing freedom from crude fashion exaggera
tions. DOTTED SWISS, 32.50 STRIPED CHINA SILK, 39.50
White with Colored Dots White with Colored Stripes
CREPE DE CHINE ELABORATE
WITH SOUTACHE BRAID 59.50
In gray, orchid, rose, white, navy, black
GEORGETTE CREPE 65.00
In black, navy, beige, gray, white.
FIGURED GEORGETTE CREPE 65.00
Lovely colorings and patternings
FIGURED CHIFFON 79.50
In street and light colorings; some
over taffeta drops.
y No C. O. D.'s No Credits No Exchanges ij
BkT w --1,
I FIGURED SILK CREPE 79.50 Sl fjfBil
I W garnitus lace net 'MP
P .
STORE Mf
IjSr CLOSED ALL DAY
m MONDAY
If MEMORIAL DAY JJ
Introducing the New
Modes in Sports, Tailored
and the More Formal
SUMMER MILLINERY
From Our Private Workrooms
The types presented in sports and
tailored hats serve to emphasize the
distinction which attaches to Bonwit
Teller 85 Co. millinery modes. These
sport hats are developed along
varying lines of straw and fabrics.
Among formal hats a dominant place
is given to those of lace, crin, and
tulle their transparent beauty
heightened by various forms of orna
mentation and glorified by sweeping
arrangements of Paradise. Large
hats of straw and silken fabrics
hats laden with flowers and hats
which charm merely by their lines.
The Specialized Department
of Sports, Apparel Features
SPORTS SUITS of
GLEN LOGAN
SCOTCH TWEEDS
Exclusive With This Shop
READY-FOR-WEAR
and MADE-TO-ORDER
Glen Logan tweeds, made in Scot
land on hand looms, are expressly
imported .by Bonwit Teller & Co.
for their adaptability and appropri
ateness for sports apparel. The
clear brilliant colorings are inspired
by the rugged, beauty of the country
colors that blend in harmony with
every sports occasion.
Glen Logan tweed suits are made in
the private workrooms of this shop
by craft tailors who know how to im
part the 'note of leisure and smart
lines to country clothes.
The Strict Code of
Equestrienne Dress Etiquette is
Observed in Bonwit Teller & Co.
RIDING TOGS
All the niceties of detail are honored
by our tailor men in the designing
of riding habits.
Exclusive with this shop
RIDING HABITS OF
"EQUIVEL," A NEW
CLOTH MADE BY THE
"WORUMBO" MILL.
AJso riding habits of linen, pongee
silk, black-and-white checks, whip
cord, gabardine, Glen Logan tweeds.
Separate breeches, hats, riding shirts,
boots and tvery other accessory.
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