THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTMBER
589 Fifth Ave., at 48th Street
Now Under Entirely New Management
Are now ready to show
a very choke collection of
Fall and Winter Styles
including direct importations from Paris
Hats Coats Gowns Furs
Adaptable for Dress Occasions
Street, Evening and Sports Wear
THE NEW POLICY OF THIS HOUSE WILL BE
TO GIVE THE VERY BEST QUALITIES AND
STYLES AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. '
W MO 960 2f(ll wWMf.l M 0IT Kt
Gidoinch Has SeTTThieVocjue
FOR AOTOMM B
COLOR HARM IN Y,
IN FABRIC, IN LIME AMD FINISH
5UCHL CAREFUL AYtEM'TiN
TkAT TTkE, PERFECT'
RESULT HAS BEEM ATTAINED
jysT mow VfcBiH The
'ERQM. PAR1S.AHB. AMERICA.
ARE VHBIM'O WttTH EACH ThER:
SUPMff T. Y1 WHAT WE
BELIEVE Yo BE TmE MOST
PRESENTTeD BY AMY
FAMlOIf HaPjSEiM AMERICA
TfeLE FIVE SARNS 'QE
TfifrS B&TABUSHMENT ARE.
DEVOTeD exclusively '
To. Thl SHftWiMfe OF
taileiijo (lpsmmi sins
Many i4mj0 at
for the Autumn
Mr. Olinrlcfl do Loorov Oflliiolm
and J)aiifrlit(ir Tlioro
SptcM to Tim flUN AND NUW YMK JIWI4),
AVlllTB HUMIIUH HnilNOS, XV, Viv.
flept, 11, Mr, Clmrlea da Ioosey Oel.
rlrjw and dRURliter, Mliw Mnrjorh Oel
rlchs. of Newport. . i; nrrlved liera
thla morning nml nre- utopplnif with Mr,
and Mra, Frederick JiwIaohn nt their
cnttairo. Mr, nnd Mm. V, XV, Wllahlro of
flouth Ornnuo, N, J nro nt tho fJreen
Mr. nnrt Mm, Jolm XV, IlarrtlnB of
I'ntertion, N. J,, nro recent rirrivala, Mr,
UnnllnK In nn nttornoy nnd partner of
Mr, John V. Orlir, Governor of Now
Jernoy nnil JJnltrd Mtntra AttoineyOen.
ernl under tlio lato Pimldent MoKlnley,
Mm, Harding linn written Hovcrnl nmll
volumes of poetry, film In tinown nn
nutli'fluthrlo llardlnir. They were no
compnnled by their dnushtor, Mlm Jean
Mr, J. fllmnaon ixinn, (ttio well known
nolfer nnd cnptnln of tho 1'rlncoton rolf
team, nrrlvod from New York Ian;. eve
ning. Mr. Dean recontly took part In
the national nmateur tnurnnmont held
nt the HiiKlneem Chili, lloalyn, I,, I. Ho
will vlalt nt Hot Hprlnas before ro
turnlnir to Princeton,
Mlaoca MarJorlo Oelrlclin, Audrey and
Rvelyn Lowlaolm, and Kthel Itoyatcr
were Among the younir women In the
nwlmmlnit pool thin morning,
Mnjors A, II, riarkley nnd J, XT,
Ilrown, U. H, A., nro opcndlnu n vm-n-tlnn
here, Itoth nro good tonnln playora
and nro on the courtH every mornlni,.
Dlnnem were Riven lat nlsht by the
iiev. nnd Mm. (loorce cirenviiie Jier
rill, Mr, and Mrn, Olradd Toiter nnd
Mr, nnd Mm, Henry HolllMer rene,
mibs Hutu neyo. maniat. rntertained n
Inrco company nt n concert In tha Lenox
Club yesterday afternoon, ,
.Mrs. Hymn K. ntcvenn limi n lunciicon
party nt tho club, nnd Mm, Daniel
I'nlnn Clrlwold also had Buestu nt lunch
eon nt her villa,
CotmtcM lAto Prechcnyl. formerly
Minn flmdya Vnnderhllt, Is tho Ruest of
Mr, nnd Mm. Ilaymond T. I)alcr nt
Mm. Douftlaa Itoblmton, Mm. Hamil
ton McK. TwomMy nnd Mr. Henry
White, former Ambaasador to France,
wero nmonir the day's arrivals,
Mrs. Klltabeth Lnnlfr Fonno of Imnx
nnd Mr. Oeoro K. I.lvermoro of Win
fhester, Mass., nn liuunuico broltor,
filed their Intentions of mnrrlaso with
tho Town Clerk to-day, Mrs. Fcnno Is
n dnuchter of Mr. nnd Mm. aeorce fi.
Turnuro, They nro to bo married Sep
Arriving nt the Curtis Hotel wero Mr.
nnd Mrs. linynrd Stockton of Princeton.
N. J.i Mr. ami Mrs. Alfred n. MncLay
of Mlllbronlt, N, Y.J Mrs. Walter P.
Andorton, Mm. KiUvard L. Norton, Mrs.
Harley T. Procter and her dnughter,
Tklra. h. Snnford Proctor, of Now York.
Mrs. Lucius WIlmerdlnK nnd Miss
Edith Wllmcrdlnir have returned to New
Col. nnd Mm. H, I, HloomberRh of
Fishers Islnnd, N. Y nnd Mm. Maiorlo
Thayer of Iloston aro at tho Ited Hon
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander M.1 Welch
nnd Mr. nnd Mrs, Bashfori Dean havo
arrived nt tho Homestead from New
York to remain until October.
Other nrrlvals from New York wr
Mrs. William Harkness and Miss Isabel
Harkness, Mra. William H. Lnboyteau,
Mr. and Mm Howard Pauo, Mr, and
Mm. Alexander M, Hall nnd Mr. Alex
ander M. Btcwnrt.
Mm. Charles F. nerwln nrrlved from
riilladelphln, rvnd also comtnRr from that
city wero Mrs. Francis I,, potts, accom
panied by Miss Ireno Cramp: Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hruco Ford nnd Mrs. Kdward S.
Mr. and Mm. I.eroy Harvey -nrrlved
from WllmlnKton. Del, by automobile, to
be hero two weeks.
Mr nnd Mm. Joseph W. Oarneau of
St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs, Charles
Stownrt Smith of Stamford, Conn., wero
arrivals nt tho Homestead.
Mm. James n. Hacifln entertained nt
a luncheon brldga yesterday In tho
Homestead for Mr. and Mrs. Archibald
M. McCrca, Mr. nnd Mrs. Matthew L.
At(ra. Mr- nn.1 "Kir llflrmf f-ntrmViAll
Qraef, Mrs. Edpar If. Hrlgbt. Mr. Llv-
inprston Fryer nnd Count do Perlimy.
Mm. Haifsln left last nlBlit for Vcr-
MIe, Ky., where Mie will visit her
mother Mm, J, r, Atneaen,
I II !
aARwen'Cirr, h, I., Hept, 11. I'll
rifttlowrl polo tourninent for the senior,
Jnnlnr anil nnen chnimilonshlps com
menced to-day nt Meadow Ilrook, where
they will be hold for tho next two
weeks, Players rrom nil demons or mo
country have gathered here, All the
country homes round nbnut Clarden City,
Westhury, Whenlley Hills and Piping
hook are naming nouee panics, wnipn
will not terminate until the polo Is
Arrivals from Now York nt the Oar
den Oily Hotel Include Mr, nnd Mrs, H,
n, covert, uwen n. .unnnrs, n u
Illoodirnod. Mm, 15, V, Hlclimnn, Mrs,
It, U Morris, Mm, XV, 11. Fuller, Mrs,
John A. MeCnll, Hydney V. McCall, Mm,
Pnvld V, Il'trhaimh nnd alius Kennedy,
Mm. J, 0. Itennnrd nnd J. T, ilennnrd
Mr, nnd Mm. F. n. White, II, O,
Knowlfs nnd family, Mr, nnd Mrs, Aim-
tin 0, Fox, Mrs, ciiorgn c, Clarke, Mr,
and Mrs, Iteglnnld 'Fmcko, Mrs, H, A.
ArmNlronir, Mr. nnd Mm. W. A- Ander
eon, Mr. And Mm, C, C, Minefield and
Mr. mm Mrs, iicnry a, iiiuin.
From Ilrooklyn Mr, nnd Mm. H, r.
Dean, Mr, and Mm, Allen T, Mackrell,
Mr, nnd Mm, W. J, Jnmes, H, H, Mar
shall, C, I), Waters, 0, L, Rchenck,
From other points "Morton Rimtln.
Wiishlngtoni.fltandlsli Bradford, Ilrook
lino, Mnss.t J, C, Hlmrpe, New OrlennHt
Mr, nnd Mrs, A, K, Jones, Cold Spring
Mr. nnd Mrs, Phil T, Chlnn nnd Miss
Rlennor Chlnn, of Lexington, Ky urn
it the nnnion city Hotel for tho au
PAINTERS HAVE WON
Decorators Standing Firm,
0, W, Itlchnrdson, president of tho
Society of Interior Dfcorntors, flatly
denied yesterday reportu that tho strik
ing pnlntem, decorators mid pnperlmng
em havo been successful In forcing their
demands for n $10 day nnd flvo day
week upon tho cnbmot makers, master
pulntom nnd Interior decorntors employ-
"Wo present nn nbsolutoly solid front
to tho ntrlkem," Mr. Hlchardeon said,
and do not Intend to ncccdo to tho de
mands which precipitated tho strlko. I
am glad to say that our position Is cor
dially supported by tho Building Trades
Kmployam Association nnd many owners
of buildings whero wo havo been forced
to stop work."
T'mploylng pnlntem ttnd decorntors
havo learned from "reliable wurccs"
that painters of n bettor credo nnd more
conscrvntlvo union men havo become dis
satisfied with tho conduct of radical
fellow members nnd proposo to form u
new union, which they hopo will re
ceive recognition front- thn building
trades, Tho present union does not en-
Joy this support Representative employ
ers believed thcro would no no dimcuity
In reaching a working agreement with
such n now orgrtnlzntlon, for they assert
thnt thcro Is no quarrel with organized
Union pnlntem havo received n wago
Increaso of 50 per ront. during tho past
year, Mr. Hlchardeon pointed out, nnd
they havo not worked on Saturday.
'They have been told that If they work
Saturday forenoon under the present
woro schedule thrfy will rccelvo tho ad
ditional Income which they now demand.
This they refuso to do."
AT MONTE CARLO
London (nr Pooler IlronlcH
tho 'flunk Thrco Timou
In nn Hour,
A -sir vr o
tpnh Cpmipimim to Tus floif Nn Nsir
' Uhpow, Aug, S5, Wnller Martin, i
Plceadlllv rlnar denier. 1ms thn dlstlno
tlnn of havlne hrokdn thn hank nt Mont
Carlo three times In nn hour iwently
and to havo returned to ins nomo
London with money In his pocket,
manv nuraons who hnvo henrd wonder
ful nccounts of winnings nnd losses
nt Monte Cmlo, "to brenk tho lmnit'
innin i.lv llntv.tunr. Mr. Martin's Win
ulngH In thnt one hour of piny netted
him just id,uuu rrnnes, wuny nuim
Rhoui lso in American nti.
Mr. Mnrtln ndmlts thnt ho wns i
luck." Ho said thnt he played with "i
ilefenilvo system" of his own,
Two "swings" stood out In his mem
ru nnn nt ilirm was when lin broil
thn hank ns rolntod iibovo, Tim other
was when ha lost (00,000 francs, :
"I was nblo to pay the living expenses
of myself nnd n party of friends off
tho tables, nnd also to come home 'in
pocket' ns n result ot my two inumii
..lull II I, a ml, I
"In tho whole of my upertoncn nt
Monte cnrio, nnu i m imj' j
In ..nt umunUv till) lllltll 10 CfOWllW
It Is difficult to get h neat. Ilr tlsh nnd
French nro nt Monto Curio In nbotit
equal numbers, nnd one thing that struck
me wns the number of women plnyem.
,1 should sny thnt thero aro threo of them
to every man. , .
"I snw eevernl well known people who
wore having tmd iuok nnn ioiihk
bTit one young Frenchman hnd done
n,l in llirA tnnntllS had
iiinniiiiKiy nu tut,. .,, ,,,v ...w,..
won 250,000. And, like a wlo mnn. no
hnd packed up nnn gono wy mm
,ni.A ,nMu Imwavnr nrn nrOSOCrlng
greatly, owing to inn mimuw
perienced nnu recnirsn piaynrn.
"flrermvlch Fnllles" Mors Uptown.
Bohemians, Inc., producers of the
in ...... ..li. viti. vniiim." hnvo nr-
riingcd.wlth tho Messm. Hhubert to pre
sent tl Qreenwlch Vlllegn Tollies, 1020,
nt the Shubert Theatre beginning Mon-
.1... r.l.1.1 Unnln.nhnr itl. TllO SUCCIISS
of thn production at tho Greenwich Ml
Ingo Tlieatro led to thn nrrangements to
movo Into n larger theatre.
Kxputts From New York.
rnnri frnm Vew York yesterday:
Wheat, bu,, 100,127 i oats, bu 8,000i
flour, sncks, 36,31 4 : oats, bbls 2D0J
Krnss seed, bags, 110 i nlcohol, bbls 472 i
pork, bhltt,, 0113 j beef, bbls 312 J beef,
tcs.. 189 i hud, lbs.. 3,763,000 1 cotton
seed oil, lbs., 40,000 ; lubricating oil,
WCBTI'OnT O.V LAKB ClIAitl'LAlN, N.
Y Sept. 11, Dally flights aboard the
bltf six passenger hydroaeroplane, with
headquarters In Northwest Day, near
WeBtport Inn, figure In tho sports en-'
Joyed by the lawn number remaining
through September nt Westport Inn and
In tho cottages.
Friends of Miss loollne Harvey of
London, Knglnnd, who has been spciidlng
tho season nt Westport Inn, nnd leaves
soon for her new' home nt Pasadena,
Cat,, will glvo a farewell party In her
bonor nt tho Inn.
mAXON ii itartlng the new
lesson with in inteneely
intereitlng presentation of no-two-alike
Gowns, Suits, Coats
and Wraps of superlative charm
and quality t
and that means: 'At List
Then WhoUialt. Samples ex
clusively that's why!
m lo 189 Here
About $45 to $380
"Two Unusual Costumes
al the Usual Price of
One flight up Elevator or. Stairway.
CORRECT PARIS STYLE
directs attention to the v
portraying the correct lines
for the coming season
Afternoon and Evening Gowns
Coats Suits Wraps
Our collection includes every
desirable model created by
the leading Paris Houses
Copies and Adaptations
assuring perfection in
Style, Fit and Workmanship
may be obtained at
Sofa, Ann Chair ni CUir, in Ttfritry Ytlnl, $ OAM
A Week of Special Values
in Living Room Furniture
rTPHOLSTERED pieces which look precisely alike may differ in
U nrtnnl value bv hundreds of dollars, Outward appearance is by
no means to be neglected, but it cannot long compensate for a lack of
.Hnthnway Upholstered Furniture, luxurious nnd inviting no it is, relics fur mora
upon built-in quality than surface quality. This week's Living Room specials includo
our entire stock of Custom-Made, Upholstered Furniture, ns well as a profusion of
other Living Room pieces. Kvcry price offers a substantial reduction.
Upholstered Chslse Longue, with
aown seat cusniom, cuveisu m
Mahogany Secretaire, Governor
Wlnthrop Model, fUss ia
bookcaio lection Kt in Indlrld-
..1 JTTl.-l II 1 I
Small Sofa and Arm Chair, with
down seat and back cushions,
a pieces,.... ,,305,00 $193.90
Luxurious Upholstered -Sofa and
Arm Chair, covered in Figured
Vel'our, 2 pieces 505,00 $359,00
High Dack Upholstered Arm
Chair, covered in Tapestry. , ,115.00 $95.00
Mahogany Spinet Desk, 41 In,
long 90,00 $78.00
Mahogany Block Front Desk,
with four drawers 185,00 $155.00
Kidney Shaped Desk In Mahog
any, with five drawers, aj by
45 inches 105.00 $85.00
tairc, 40 inches wide 33S- tftf.M
Colonial Table Desk in Mahog
any, witht Carved Rope-Edge
and Cabriolo Legs, 29 by 49
inches, four drawers 155.00 $137.08
Davenport Table in finely figured
Mahogany, with z drawers,
16 by 72 inchea, .) 180.00 $149.00
Mahogany Table Desk, with
claw and ball feet, fire draw
ers, 28 by 61 inches 115,00 $190,00
Antique Screen Desk, Hand-
Inted and Decorated 85,00
Crotch Mahogany Secretaire,
with delicate Satin wood inlay. 245.00 $219.00
Antiquo Mahogany and Cnu
Chnisc Longue .. 68,00 $55.00
Sefa, Arm Chair and ll'itit Chair, hand camd Mahoiany t .
Jrame, covered in Fiturcd Mohair and Velvet combination. 1 OOtT.W
j piues, Special at XO&iJ
Can be furnished in various covtrs as may be selected. Price in Denim, 3 pieces, $725.00)
W. A. HATHAWAY COMPANY
62 West 45th Street, NEW YORK
"Furniture of the Better Kind"
Fifth Avenue and 39th Street
Sedji Ware Dinner Set, 108 Pieces, $55.00
Reductions m Chinaware
This week we call particular attention to the Sedji
ware at prices that emphasize the advantages of our Sep
tember'Sale. The unobtrusive green of this beautiful
Japanese china makes it one of the most useful of the
Oriental Tablewares. Open stock pieces may be bought
In Great Variety
These garments are made to our order by the most killed
modistes in Jnpan most suitable materials from the inexpensive
Cotton Crepes to the most attractive family incrested specially
woven Silks exquisitely embroidered. To-morrow special.
Habutai Silk Kimonos at $ 1 5
They ore beautifully made in artistic shades of old blue, light
blue, rose, pink and lavender attractive floral designs embroidered
in colors they are interlined with talk. You will find these Kimo
nos exceptional value at $15.00.
i Store Hours : 9 to 5 :30. .Open all dlay Saturday
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