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5 5 i I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. Clearance Sale Trimmed Hats Including French Mourning Hats Jersey Sweaters Variety of Colors and Sizes t 00 '25 Suits Silk Poplin and other fabrics Distinctive Sport Models $45w Summer Frocks Organdie Voile and other dainty materials 00 $45 French Veils $2 Summer Business Hours: June 14 to June 309 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturdays to 1 P. M. July and August 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Saturdays Closed All Day DOBB Qlie picture can only suggest the charm oFthe Dobhs Two-piece Dress oFsimple desim.theDohhs Leghorn Hat and the Dohbscoat of Pongee. Dohhs Shirts, Dobbs Skirts andjDohbs Sweaters complete the Dohbs productions for women Six-twenty Fifth Avenue 2 Weit RAicth Sbtet PEARLS FOR JUNE BRIDES IN CAT VARIETY. mOJI 513 TO 51.510. D1A5IOMI.S ALWAYS IN AIU MIAMI: IIKKK ON (II 11 Uhl.l..OtVN Ti:it.M. A3 I Lf 051S2Wcekl BOOK AWFinFMTlAl $100225222 Weekly OF GEMS TCI A TORE-NOT AN OFFICE Brilliant Wedding for Miss Sparks and Mr. Burton Large Assemblage Witnesses Ceremony in Christ Church nt Oyster May. Fpeclal lo Tnr fli'N M New Yoas iluiui. OvHTrn 3at, u I.. Juno 3. Herore a largo assenblaRe !n ChrlJt Uplscop.il Church this afternoon, Miss Amy Ash- Icy Sparks daughter ot Sir Atliloy anil Ixulj Sparks, was married to Mr. Van Duier tlurton, son of Frank V. Bur ton of N'tw York. The church, of which the bride's father Is a vestryman, was a bower ot eergrcens, palms and wnlte Ilov ers. The music wu Riven by the full choir of St. James's Church, Madison Mfnue, New York, with Mr. Rlchanls, tho organist, nt the organ. Then' wero three clergymen, Arch deacon Spurr of West Virginia: the Itev. Dr. V. n. Thayr. lirul master of St. Mark's School. Smlthtarouch. Mass., wheic tho hrUlegroom was educated, and the Uev. (Itorge :. Talmage. rector of C'hrlsi Church. Many cuosts camo by tperhl train from New York. The brlda wab kIviii In marriage by her fatner. She wore a gown of white satin and rare old lace. The veil was of lace, caught with orange buds, or chids and llll".. of the valley. Miss Mar-g.i-el Hurton, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Misses Uleanor Sparks, younger slste of tho bride: Katherlne Hyde, Jane Hurd. Marlon t-'ahys Undenpyl and Lillian Bostwlck. Their gouns were of organdie, In peach and orchid tonei. Their hats were of similar colors and their bouquets yellow roses and lark spur. Mr. Frank V. Hurton, Jr.. was best man for his brother, and the ushers were Messrs. ltaymond Chauncev, Wal ter B. Katon. Henry Harper. Jr., John P. Cummlngs, Charles J. Coulter and SIdni'V Howard. The ceiemony was fol lowed by a large reeeptlon at Northaw. the country homo of the bride's parents at Syosset. Mr. and Mrs. Hurton have taken a house there for the summer. The bride mnde her debut In Decem ber. She was educated at Hrearley School and Halycoti Hall, and Is a mem ber of this year's Junior League. Mr. Hurton terved for three years In the French army as Lieutenant, and received the Cross de Guerre and Medaille Mill talre. Mr. Iluiton and his bride will spend part of their honeymoon in Canada be fore occupying their house at Syossct m YVnlkrr Pnrtrldicc. Miss Margaret Huntington Partridge, daughter rf Mr. and Mrs. Mason H. Cartridge, was married yesterday in Grace Church by the Rev. Dr. Charles Lewis Slattery, the rector, tc Mr. Henry Edmund Walker, son of Mr. Richard L. Walker of Urooklyn. Mrs. Garner Palmer was matron of honor and tho Misses Louise Larzelere of Philadelphia and Helen McCutehoon of New York were bridesmaids. Mr. Richard L. Walker, Jr., was his brother's best man. and Dr. Henry S. Partr.dge, brother of the bride, Robert I. Walker, brother of Mr. Walker, and Mes3rs. A. Ruggles Holbert and W. Proctor Knight were the ushers. The bride's father has been sexton of Grace Church for more than forty years. She was named for Miss Margaret Huntington, daughter of the late Rev. Dr. Huntington, tor many years rector of the church, who christened the bride. During the war she was a member of the New York Chapter of the Red Cross Motor Corps. Mr. Walker served over seas with the 106th Machine Gun Bat talion of the Twenty-tcvcnth Division. MRS. G. S. STILLMAN ENGAGED TO MR. H. C. CHA TFIELD-TA YLOR Their JInrringc to Tnko Place Into This Month She Makes Announcement. Mrs. George S. Stlllman of 35 West Fifty-Ilrst .street, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George II. Barbour of Orosso Polme. Detroit. Mich., yesterday an nounced lief engagement to Sir. Hobart C. Chatfleld-Taylor. son of tho lato Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mobart Chatficld-Tajior of Chicago. Mr. ChatfleM-Taylor Is a member of the Union, the Players and tho Century Cluhs In this city, tho Metropolitan Club n Wuhlngton and tho University and tho Clift Dwellers' Clubs In Chicago. Mrs. Stlllman Is a member of tho Colony Club. Mr. Stlllman died several years ago. The wedding will take place late tins month. Mr. Chatfleld-Taylor was born In Chi cago In IMS. He studied lawi but soon turned to lltertry work, and In IMS founded Atncrira, i weekly literary anu political review. 1I was jrcr"tnry of the ceremonies committee of the World' Fair In ISki. He Is a rhevailvr of the -eglon of Honor of France nnd of slin- lar orders In England, Italy, .-"pain and Portugal and Is a member of the In stitute of Arts and Letters of the t'nltcd States HU best known books aro "With Edge TooK" "An American Peeress," Two Women and a Fool and A Crim son Wing." Mr. Chatfleld-Taylor's first wife was Miss Rose Farucll. daughter of tho late 'nlted States Senator Farwell of Il linois and sister of Mrs. Reginald de Koven. Three children weru born to them. Jiu-kinn Anrtrmn. In the chapel of St. Ansgarius of tho Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine yesterday Mrs. Hattle Van Rrunt An dreas was married to Mr. Kenneth M. Jackson. The bride, who U the daugh- er of Mrs. Charles H. Van Brunt and the late Justice Vnn Brunt, for many- ears presiding Justice of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court In this Its-, had her daughter, Mrs. Harriet Andreas, for her only attendant. Mr. uert Gansevoort Jackson was his brother's be.t man. The ushers were the brldegroon's nephews, Messrs. Bern Budd. Guert Ganfevoort Jackson, Jr., Ogden Doremus Budd Jr., and Thomas Gallaudet Budd. Mrs. Edmonds Putney, the bride's tlster, gave a tmall weddlnr breakfast for the two families. Miss Helen Curtis Becomes the Bride of Mr. Lentilhon Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al fred M. Curtis Married Going to Manila. burr. Ho was graduated from Yale In 1914 and Is n member o tho Httsburg Golf Club. Mrs. George S. Stillman. home of Mr. and Mrs. Smith In Kast Norwich, L. I. A special train for New York guests left the Pennsylvania .Sta tion nt 2 o'clock mid returned after the teceptlon. The Rev. Frank W. Crow dor, rector of St Jamoj's Church of this city, officiated. The bride selected her sister. Mrs. Artemn.i Holmes, as matron of honor and as her other attendants Mrs. Russell Kvans Tucker, Jr.: Mrs. Reginald L. Hutchinson and the Misses Alice nnd Marlon Hall. Judith Smith and Julie !'mmeilch. Mr. Theodore Mnglll was the best mnn and Messrs. Leonard Jacob, 2d : Hamilton Dykcman, George Campbell Smith, Jr., brother of the bride; Martin Qulnn. J. Berry Un derbill nnd Reginald L. Hutchinson were the ushers. Finch Ilurlnir. In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Barlow. In Pas.alc Miss Kthel Hathaway Barlow was mar ried on last Wednesday to Mr. Nathaniel Finch, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Finch of San Diego, Cal.. once of this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Dr. James Dallas Steele. The bride's attendants were the MUse.s Helen and Louise Jenkins. Mr. A. Whlton Ven netia was best man, and the ushers were Messrs. Bayard M. Green and Herbert Morgan. Mr nnd Mrs. Finch will live In Cali fornia. She was a leader In Red Cross work as a member of the Passaic Motor Squad. She al.co has been a member cf the Monday Afternoon Club, treasurer of the Pasraic Day Nursery Auxiliary and secretary of the C. K. P- Socletv. Vnn IVInkle -Lloyd. (irnuiiK Chnmliers. Miss Charlotte Hurlbut Chambers, daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs Matthew S. Chambers, . was married esterday to Mr. George Leal Genung, Justice of the Municipal .('ouit, nt the borne of Mr. nnd Mr.-.. William Cooper Dickey. 123 East Fifty-third street. The marriage t-jremony was j crformed by the Rev Dr. George Van Dc Water. The bride was f,lven away by her brother-in-law. : . Gtorgp Christ, an Ames, and wan attended by Mrs. Dickey. .V William W. Pellet wns best man. Jintice and Mrs. Genung will attend tl Republican National Convention In Chicago. Miss Elizabeth Margaret Lloyd, daughter of Mr;.. Elizabeth Lloyd, and Mr. Theodore Van Vlnkle. ton of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Van Winkle, all of Rutherford, N. J . were married" there lret night In the First Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Dr. Richard Earle Locke. The hrido was given away by her uncle. Mr. Richard W. Parry of Mount Vernon. N. Y. nnd attended by Mr. I). H. Parry, Misses Marion Lloyd, Carolyn Van Winkle and Winifred Van Winkle, flower girls. Mr. Irving H. Vnn Iloven wa best men and Messrs. Turner Birr. P N. Perry. Allen T. Everett and John V V.i'i Winkle were ushers. Kurbcr DvrlRht. Miss Dorothy Dwlght. a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. William 11. Dwight. was married yesterday to Mr. Franklin B. Furber, at the home of her parents at 007 V.cst 113th street, by the Rev. Dr. Harry P. Nicholas. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. James L. Freeborn, a bride of last week, and Mr. Freeborn was best man. The ushers were Messrs, Samuel Fletcher, Gail Arner, Joseph P. Knight, Jr. and Philip G. Cameron. Mr. nr.d Mrs. Furber will live in New York. EliKnuelilents Announced. Announcement of the engagement of Miss Beatrice Nickel, daughter of Mr. Adam Nickel of tho Sherman "Squnre Hotel. West Seventy-flrst i-treet. to Mr li-jWt Joyce Newhousa of West Orange, N". J., was made at a luncheon given yesterday in the Rltz-Carlton by her mother. From London. England, has come an announcement of the engagement of Miss Dorothy Robinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Robinson, to Mr. Frederick H Gross, son of Mr. nnd Mrs F Gross of Whl'e Plains, N Y. .Mr. Gross was nn officer In the Seventy-eighth Division nnd met Miss Robinson when he was en sick leave at Biarritz. France, after the signing of the armistice. They will be married early In September at Down age, the country home of her parents In Hendon, near London, and will live In White Plains. Mr Milton Aborn. president of ths Abirn Opera Company, and Mrs. Aborn of 303 West Seventy-second street have announced the engagement of their j daughter. Miss Fannie Aborn, to Mr. Alvin H. Sour of Shrtveport. La. Mr. Richard Harrington Tschudy of 1 Philadelphia announces the engagement of his daughter, Miss Mary Meadows 1 Tschudy. to Mr. Maurice Peacock of j Germantown. Pa i Dr. and Mrs. Julius M. Wlnslow ot 110 Mornlngslde Drive have announced, the engagement of their daughter. Miss I GenoMi Jean Wlnslow. to Lieut. G. Haven i Jlankin. Medical Corps, U. S. N. Miss' Wlnslow Is a graduate of the School of Arts, Columbia University. Lieut. Man- kin, a graduate of Cornell University. Is on duty In Washington. He Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. J. W Mankln, of that city. The marriage will take place In the early autumn In the Church of St. j Mary the Virgin. I in St. Thomas's Church yesterday nf- ., nt manv of their lernoou in mo in".,,. , friends Miss Helen Curtis, a daughter , of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hnlsey Curtis. of 270 Park avenue, was married to Mr. I Joseph Lentilhon, only son of tho lato f Joseph do Tours Lentilhon ''";' Lentilhon of this city. There was a full choral nervlca by tho vested choir of the . church and tho marnacu 'jr Tj performed by Ihn rector, tho Rev. Dr. j Ei rest M. Stlrcs, The bride, who ciuercu u with her father, wore a gown of cloui of sliver trimmed with old rose point, ..... . . .....t.. nt the same ma-, nice, inc conn Mum w- terlnl was bordered with lace, silver ; lores nnd orange mossoms, . . ki..a,i with lace, hhe or tune, wart tuuiuiin." ----- . cariiod ti sheaf of whlto orchids nnd lilies of the valley. , v i nihrnn the bride Mtei, attended her, with Misses Mario I.oul-,0 Baldwin, Odette Feder, Emma Patteraon, Ethel Dempsey. Mathilda Robertson and Hetty .muies. i ... n.na heqf ' Sir. liugn jonn iwuni, ( man. The ushers were Messrs. Carrlng- ( ..... i!,.ini. (-hnrif (-.. Moller. George I w Vnn .melon. Reginald M. Banks, Wal ton Sully and Howurd Coxc. After tho ce mony weir " v : tlon In the apartment of tho brides. i.-.ih f rti.fnKinn Lite muui n.,,t nt mim Alice Do Lamar, adjoining. was thrown open for dancing. Mr. Lentilhon ami nis nnue win ii... Drwhlna nn JlllV 12. lur lliu vaiirtiiiuii .... and on July 29 they will leave 'Van couver. U. C, on uoaru inu ivniincsn India for Manila. P. I., where they will remain two years. Mr. Mrll"nlne' nnehrlor Dinner. r- n MeTlwnlne 2d. who njtiiuitu, v. . iviii marrv Miss Caroline Hicks Read, (Uughter of Mrs. William Augustua Read, on June 19. save ins larewcu txiihelor dinner last night In the Bre voort House, Fifth avenue nnd Eighth stieet. Among his guests were Messrs. Lester Armour, Frederick O. Beach. Reg inald Coombe, G. F. Lawrence, Oliver B. Jumes, William A. Rockefeller, Oliver B. Jennings, Duncan and Barton Read, Jo seph Falrchlld Knapp, Reginald Chaun cey, Daniel B. Grant, Seth Low, Worth Ington Davis. Allan McLane. Jr.; Arte mns Gates, Kenneth R. Smith, Will lam A.' Rad. Jr.; Theodore Frothlng ham. Frederick G. Peabody nnd Harry I'ayne Bingham. Tlic wedding will take place at Hill Crest, the country place of the brido's mother in Purchase. N. Y.. and on the preceding night .Mrs. Whltelaw Reld will give a dance for the bridal party at Ophlr Hall, her place In Purchase. Abbott GrUvrold. Miss Uura Clute Grlswold, daughter of Mrs. Charles Curran Grlswold, was married to Mr. Joseph F. Abbott yes. terdav In the Hotel St. Regis by the Rev. Bernard McQuade. Her attendants were the Misses Mary U Wulchet. Nancy Palmer and Elizabeth A'-bott. The best mnn wa Mr. Charles Abbott, the bride groom's brother, and tho ushers were Messes. Paul Ripley. Ralph Stubbs, L iw renco Hull ard Edwin Gibson. A re ception followed tho ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott wl'l live In Forest Hills Gardens. gchnufllcr rnirs Sjrrlal fo Titu Bum and Nnw Yoik llRxan. .Cornwall, N. Y Juno 5. Tho mar rlugo of Miss Marjorle Page, daughter of Justice and Mrs, Alfred R. Pago of Now York city, to Mr. Rennet Fellow Schaufflor, son of Mr. npd Mrs. Cbnrles E, Schauffler, took plac'o to-day at Hock Acre, Cornwnll-on-Hudaon, the Rov. Hnrvoy Officer offlclntlng. Tlio bride's sister, Miss Elizabeth M, Page, -was maid of honor, nnd tho beat man wns Mr. Lesllo It.1, Schauffler. brother of th Srldesroom, The bridesmaids nnd uhern ' wero relntlves nnd college friends of tho brldo and bridegroom, Mr. Bchauf fler wan graduated from Williams Col lege In 1917 nnd served for two years In the United States Navy, Miss Pago Is a graduate ot Vassar College, class of 1919. i llii.ll MuMlns. tfprrfal lo Tun Bm and Nnw YoK UrtHo, Wasidnoton, Juno 5. Miss VlrglnU Annette Mulllns, daiightcr of tho late Dt. and Mrs. John Ilalley Mulllns, and M' Frrderlcli P. Hall were married to-da In Epiphany ChurcU. After the weddli,s thert) was an Infonnal reception nt tlit homo of the bride' guardian, Mi Jlnrch Truxtun Eastman, with whom sh hn.i mado her homo Hliico her fnthoi ,i death. Mr. Clmrlcs Arthur nnrim.n gavo the bride away, nnd she was n . tvnued by Mlssea lillen Flllebrown, Coi htsr.ee Atwood, Kntherlno Dorst, Me-, gery Hall, sister of the bridegroom, ani Alleo Brlce. Tho Rev. Percy Fon. -Hall, father nf tho bridegroom, perform, i tho ceremony. Mr. Hall nnd his brd 4 will live In Newark. N. J. Wedding Invitations HNGRAVGD IN EXQUISITE STYLE Stationery ' FOR SOCIAL USAGE PENS, PENCILS, DESK SETS, BLANK BOOKS Fine Leather Goods GOLD MOUNTED AND PLAIN ESTABLISHED 1857 Ml Katelle Dnnn UnsnKed. Announcement was made yesterday by Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Dunn of 925 Fifth nvenue of the engagement of their daughter, Miss Estelle Lytle Dunn, to Mr. Benjnmln P. Bakewell of Pittsburg. Mr. Bakewell li a son of Mrs, Thomas H. Bakewell of 5G29 Fifth -venue. Pltts- llrnmmontl Huliliell. Mrs. Lulu Hvdr Hubbell. sifter of Mrs Quentln F. Feitner of this city, was mar eieil in Mr Howard Diummond of New Yorii yesterdnv at the summer home of i Mr. and Mrs. Feitner In Hay bhorc. u l. A few relative nnd friends witnessed the ceremony, which was performed b th'' Rev. Charts Benedict. Mrs. Feitner attended her sister, and Mr. J Robert Coffin was best man. After their wed ding trip Mr. and Mrs. Drummond will go to Bay Shore for the summer. Abbett Smith. Miss Anne J. Smith, daughter of Mr. a:.d Mrs. George Campbell Smith, was married yesterday to Mr. Leon II. A")bett at Blythewood, the countiy ANNOUNCING ST M The Oriental Store. ANNUAL Sale of Canton Chinaware N ACCORDANCE with our annual custom of affording collectors of this delightful Oriental Chinaware the opportunity to add to their collections and at the same time in troduce it to those who are not familiar with its quaint blue and white "willow" design we offer our complete stock of Canton Chinaware at a discount our regular prices. Complete price lilt mailed upon request. A-A-VAMTlNE-O-CCHnc- Fifth Avenue and 39th Street 'Broadway at 81&Streeb Clearance Sale Wraps, Frocks, Dresses, Skirts Never in the history of Hagedorn have we offered garments of more enchanting style or prices that represent such remarkable values as are offered here in this clearance sale. Many items are quoted below their manufacturing costs. TAFFETA FROCKS Of attractive styl ing, plain and em broidered, sold originally up to $125. Highest type models in most charmingly dis tinctive styles. Sold originally up to $150. Sale Price Sale Price FLOWERED & BEADED GEORGETTES ENGLISH PRINTS A most wonder ful collection of unusual models. Never have you seen a more beau tiful assortment. Sale. Sold originally up Price to $165. Of charming de- sign also sum mery voiles. Sold -originally at Sale $29.75. Price $39 $79 $79 .75 .50 .50 $18 .50 SUMMER WRAPS Of highest type in satin, duvetyn, tricolctte, plain and embroidered, many feather, lace or fur trimmed, high shades and plain colors. Sold Sale originally up to $200. Price 189 .50 STREET WRAPS In plain and pleated models in every wanted style and timely fabric. Sold criginally up to $75. .50 Sale Price SKIRTS Sport models in every sum- g mer fabric. Sold origin ally from $25 ,to $30. I 15 UNDERTHINGS 20 to 30 reductions On CAMISOLES. CHEMISES, NIGHTGOWNS, BLOOMERS CORLIES, MACY & COMPANY, Inc. UPTOWN STORE 7 EAST 45TH STREET FACTORY DOWNTOWN STORE W PEARL STREET 20 JOHN STREET ) FASHIONS FOR OUTDOOR. LIFE The horse .SHOW races golf and ' TENNIS TOURNEYS POLO MATCHES MOTORING EUROPEAN AND COAJTVl.SE TRAVEL i UFE IN THE MOUNTAINS . AND AT THE 5EAJH0RE PARITY MID BiATs ORGANDIE ofCMMTz AMD SILK I UWL Jr ally from $2a Sale NIGHTGOWNS, I .to $30. Price BLOOMERS Aj ( and BEACH WRAPS SKIRTS SWEATEES SUMMER PURS 5MVEAr46TnSr WVRIS 1 NEW YORK Continue Monday with renewed activity IMPORTANT JUNE SALES Further readjustments and re pricing of our entire stocks of Fashionable Apparel for all occasions have been made Gowns and Dresses at $65 85 $125 Formerly Tailored models in $ 1 25 to $275 serge, trico and twill Semi-dress effects in taffeta, Geor gette and other sheer materials Dinner and cicning styles in chiffon, lace, net and brocade. Tailor-made Suits at $65-95 $150 Formerly Semi-drcss.sportand $ 1 25 to $275 plain tailored styles in desirable shades and fabrics. Day Wraps and Coats at $55 $75 .$95 Formerly Of tricotine, duvetyn, to $195 novelty materials in styles suitable for motoring, tratel ing and general utility. Smart Separate Skirts at $25 $35 Formerly Of crepe de chine, nov to $45 elty silks and striped or plaid wool materials in plain or pleated styles. A SMALL GROUP OF WOOL PLAID SKIRTS ESPECIALLY PRICED AT $18 Attractive Blouses at $10 $15 $20 ' Formerly Sheer effects in hand $20 to $45 drawn batiste and linen tailored models in tucked silks cfrc55y styles in net, chiffon and Georgette. Summer Hats a $15 $20-$25 v . Street, sport, semi- hormerly drcss&nd c dressy $25 to $45 2 DOORS A OWE. ri3 5 7.