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.THE SUN, SUNDAY, AUGUST 6, 1916.
f -f 7.
WILD WEST REVIVED
AT SHEEPSHEAD BAY
Clinmpions of All the Frontier
Shows Compete In Con
tests at Stampede.
25,000 WATCH COWBOYS
Inrtinns, Girl Riders, Plain and
Fnncy Ilopcrs Vlo for
Crowd's Applause.
TTint hellroarln", hardrldlnff, diuhtnff
oi l WoM, so Ion considered dMd by th
manatlno wrlti-rs, cnm to life yesterday
t tho Khcrpalirnd Hay Speedway, and
for a corpse, as Director General Quy
Writdlck raid, "kU aure did cut up
norno."
Bhe shot holes In the hitherto) qutet
iky of Hliocpslic.iil Day; rode the hair
ffn Jlicncd poiiln, stecra, buffaloea and
evrn ono donkey; (he twisted aplrala In
rndlr.9 lines of lariats, and performed
for Now Yorkers the hundred and one
other tunt which are only a cowboy's
and cowitlrls.
The chnnitilona of all the Western
frontier shows, Cheyenne, Las Vegas,
Cody nnd others, were all there, this
time romprtlns; ror worm's champion
rhlps In tlii'Ir lino. And others, knlfhts
ef the swirntiR ropo ana nacitamora.
were them In throngs to wrest these
championships nway from the posses
or. Thin Is the second time the Stam
pede has been held ; last year H waa In
Winnipeg
2"i,noo Sre Contests.
New York likes the Western stuff, a
statement which Is proved dally In the
moving picture shows and was further
evidenced by the crowd yesterday. He.
uveen ;.p,000 nnd 30,000 spectators were
on hand, breathless during the dartng
stunts of tho competitors and cheering
generously nt the finish. Among them
were Western celebrities, who made the
trip hero from their homes for the sole
purpose of seeing this show, knowing
they would see tho best of Western en
deavor.
There was n string of events long
enough to satisfy the crowd; the show
began nt 3 o'clock and didn't end until
7. TliltiRs were somewhat slow In get
ting darted because yesterday was tho
first day, but tho managers promise
quicker nctlon next week, when a show
will ho given each day, beginning at 2
o clock.
Indians, cowboys nnd cowgirls, plain
nd fancy ropers, plain ana fancy riders,
MM ror tho crowd s applause. And t
help them they had the assistance of the
sick of Western ponies, many of them
fresh from the runge, and a bunch of
Texan Innghorn steers.
Four Hurt, Jtot Sevloasl.
That several persons were not killed
during the tiny U a sign of the skill of
the competitors. Two girls nnd two men
were hurt, hut not seriously, nnd ono
iteer lost his horn while a cowboy was
DulldORRlne him and had to Do shot.
.'red Stone, the nctnr, was n compett
tor In the fancy roping contest, hoping
to taue tho championship away from
Bee Ho dray. Art Acord, moving pic
ture cowboy, competed In several events,
Including the steer bulldogglng contest
r.d the wild horse race. In the former
hli steer didn't run straight, smashing
dawn ;i steel wire fence, but Wcord
finally got Mm and threw him.
In tho bucking hnrso contest several
ef the most famous buckers of the West
were entered, but few of them were
itlo to throw their men. J. D. Coats
wis awarded a first prize In this. Straw
berry Kcd second. Most of the contests
re to last through the week, the most
consistent competitor winning tho grand
prize and championship. Dally prises
sre offered In each event.
In the wild horso race, where a dosen
cnv.hoya have to saddle, mount and rids
unbroken ponies across th field, sur
prisingly quick time was made In view
of the antics of tho horses. Dave Camp
boll. J II. .Strickland and Itufo ltoland
finished one, two, three.
Conglrlt Compete.
The cowgirls had almost as many
ver.N ns tho men. In the bucking con
test l'ralrte Hoao Henderson won. with
Utile Allen second nnd Dorothy Morrell
third. Alt of them beat Fanny Sperry
Steele, present world's champion.
Other events wero riding a bucking
steer without a saddle and removing a
con bell tied around his neck; a night
shirt r.'Kc. stago coach race, bareback
bucking horse contest, trick riding and
trick roping, steer roping and throwing,
Itoman race, Indian relay race, pony ex
pre race, chuck wagon race, where tho
drivers h.ul to rnco a mile, build a
camp, light a flro and cook a mess of
beat.s; a cowgirls' relay race, Indian
squaw race and cowboys' relay race.
The prizes run all tho way from $25 for
b single event to I1.D00 for the weekly
winner. There are several $1,000 prizes.
WAX TUX AT ASTOR HOME.
saerleans Wilt Be Shown la Ae-
tlon BCsar Vcrdan.
"Our American Boys In th European
War," film showing the American
Ambulance Field Berries In action on
h firing line, taken by French Gov
ernment photographers and presented to
the American Ambulance In recognition
of heroic service, will bo given Its first
preseniauon in America on August 1Z at
the Newport home of Mr. and Mrs. Vin
cent Astor.
Miss Ethel Harriman, the debutant
daughter of Mrs. J. ltorden Harriman, is
chairman of th commute of women
who have th affair In charge. Th
ballroom of the Astor home will b used
lor tne showing. A similar showing was
mads recently in Parts under the
patronage of the American Embassy, th
rrencn uovernmsnt ana a number of
prominent American and French woman.
Th picture shows th American Field
Service reaculns wounded from th first
lln trenches around Verdun. Sine ths
picture was taken several of the young
Americana connected with th service
have been killed.
DANCE AT NEWPORT
FOR MISS GARTER
Mrs. Hcffinald C. Vandorbilt
Also Gives Dinner for W.
E. Carter's Daughter.
AID FOR FRENCIt BABIES
3Irs. Perry Belmont Is Hostess
in Bclconrt at Benefit
Piano Recital.
COL. RICHARDSON DIES.
Meted Trap shooter Expires After
Accidental Shooting.
PHUASKLMIU. Aug. t. Col. Alden B.
Richardson of Dover, Del, noted trap
shooter, died st S o'clock this aftomoon
in the Delaware Hospital, Wilmington.
He dropped an automatic pistol, while
leaving a motor car in front of his homo
in Dover last Sunday.
A bullet struck him In th abdomen.
causln Injuries which resulted in his
death.
Col. Richardson was to have defended
his title In the 191 Btat champion
ship match to be held next week. Among
his notable achievements at tho traps
was the establishment of a world's rec
ord of 99 breaks out of 100 in a twenty-
two yard handicap at Maplawood, N. H.,
July 7 last In 1918 he tied for first
honors In the Qrand American Handicap
at qayton, Ohio.
SIR ARTHUR B. MARXTTAUT, M. P.
English Coal Operator Waa Sever
Critic of Government,
London, Aug. 6. Sir Arthur Rssli
Markham. M, P. for the Mnnifleld dl
vision of Nottinghamshire and wealthy
coal mine owner, died to-day. He was
one of the more severe critics of the
unionist Government and an active
member of the so-called "ginger group"
in the House of Commons.
Sir Arthur had been 111 for months and
told friends recently he had only alz
months more to live. He suffered a sud
den relapse this morning.
Sir Arthur Basil Markham was born
August 25, 1866, and had been a mem.
ber of Parliament for ths past sixteen
years. lie was a Liberal, sine the be
ginning of the war he had been a per
ststent critic of the Government, aiming
his shafts at Frcmler Asqulth and i:arl
Kitchener.
JUDGE JEREMIAH TURKEY.
Civil
War Hero nnd Greenwich
Jnattee Dtea nt Tl.
Grkenwicii, Conn., Aug. 8. Judge
Jeremiah Tlerney, 71, died at his homo
here to-day as a result of a stroke of
paralysis. He was the first national
secretary of the United Hatters Union of
North America. Later he waa admitted
to tho bar.
When the call came for volunteers In
the early '60s he enlisted In Meagher'
llrlgade. Sixty-ninth Regiment, New
York, and took port In many engage
ments of the war.
He was Deputy Judge of ths Criminal
Horough Court for ten years and Judge
of the Probate Court for four years. He
was a brother of the late Michael Tier
tier. IllshoD of Hartford. He la survived
by three daughters, one son and two sis.
tors.
DIED.
AITKK.N On Saturday, August t, at her
HMJiriie, 155 Iltrgen street, Ilrooklyn,
limy Curbett, wife of the lata Thomsa
.tilKin imil mother of the late Dr.
hnwrence T. nnd tho Rev. Ambrose S.
Aitken.
So. emu requiem mass St. Taul's Church,
Court anj Concreu streets, Brooklyn,
on UJn' lay, August , at 9:10 A. M.
UTMllt. SudJtnly, at Spring I,tke. N.
J . AukuU 1, Ullntbeth Hanna Betty
Duller, uged t years, only child ef
rr'lrlfk and Kl.rnnce Duller.
Funeral irlute, at 275 Clinton avenue,
Ilrooklyn.
tMVilJN, At Uayhtsd. N. J., August
4, l.lwur.l Crawford Davidson, son of
the ute Major Deluzler Davidson and
lli-r.rli'tttt Maria Crawford, In the
f .xi) -if cund year of his aga.
Sen! ( at hli realdenca, (CT North
Ilruad street, Elisabeth, N. J., Monday,
Awruai 7, at 4 o'clock. Pleas emit
flowers.
COUCH - On Friday, Auguat 4, 1919. at
Ihs Now York Athletic Club, which
I. ..I Ucn hi home for many years,
Ilr hint (lough, In the fifty-ninth year
f Mi ago. Ileloved by all who 4tnew
him.
I'ur.etnl services will be held at the
n-i-lilence of hie brother, William T.
iuuh, 313 franklin placa, rialnflald,
V J , at 3:20, Sunday afternoon. Au-
rust C, 191C.
HAItltlNMToN William W at Bingham
tun N. V., on Thuraday, Auguat 3,1916.
yum ml In Mount Vernon, N. Y at the
Masonic Temple, on Sunday ths 4th
Inn , ui t o'clock 1. U.
HEI.H-r:Nnr-Kl.M. At Union Hill N. 3.,
I'M liiy, Auguat 4, 1911, Albert, beloved
tor, of Jullu Ilelffentttln (na Venlno)
and tho lata Jacob llelffeniteln, aged
tl years.
Tuneral will take placa Monday, Auguat
1, at 10:30 A. M., from hie lata home,
(11 t'nlnn il ire, Union Hill, thence to
i,u 1 1 . . I - Family It. C. Church at 11
A M Itrlatlvea and friend are re-
!'' '-fully invited.
UOI.imooK. Umlly K , widow of laaao
a Holurook, Auguat I, after a linger
Ins lllneia.
Fun.TuI aervlce t 191 Madlaon avenue,
New York city, 12 o'clook noon Mon
Ay. August 7, Boston papers please
i epf.
REUBEN R. LYON.
Widely Known Lawyer Dlra at B
In Bath Home.
Bath. N. Y.. Aug. E. Reuben R. Lyon
for many years a prominent lawyer of
western New York, died at his home nere
to-night at the age of 89 years. He had
been HI a year.
Graduated from iinmuton ionege i
1879. he wns admitted to the bar a yea
later and began practice here. He re
eclved the votes of the delegates of sev
era! Eastern States for the nomination
for President on the Independence
League ticket In 1908. A widow and tw
children survive.
Sirs. Alfred T, Harris.
Hot Prsisas, VA., Aug. B. Mrs. Alfred
T. Harris of Richmond, who had been
111 for the last fortnight at the Home
stead, died here last night. The body
was taken to Richmond on a special
train, accompanied by Mr. Harris and
their daughters. Mrs. John F. Wllklns of
Washington and Miss Marian llarrl
The family cam here last month. In
tending to snenu tne summer. .Mrs. v u
kins, who leased Three Hills, the sum
men place nt Warm springs or .in
Mary Johnston, tho novelist, came to the
Homestead at tho oeginning or ner mom
er's Illness and remained.
.. . . w .... Unlnr BF-
Ilvals at the (lien Hrrlnsa Include Dr. ana
Irs. c. Eugene Rlggs. Mlai Calnj. Ft. 1 ul
(Cadillac) i Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. ""'i.i'JV
iteci, Minn wecaier, irooii j"t;"v'
Mr. and Mrs. ftohert C. Well;, JesePli i K.
Wells, scrsntnn, I'a. (Meree-Arrpw)s Mrs.
Robert Llvlngeton Kryer, Hv.,nI,L-l iVm
Buffalo (Pierce. Arrow) I Mr. and Mrs
Richard N, Joy, Ml Buck ey, Mlia Burn
ham, Detroit (IMerce-Arrpw)! Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Baker. Philadelphia '",?""'
and Mrs. l H. Thompon, Mlaa Thnmpaon,
- m. a0liaro, gasMwim'j- - "y r,..t . r
Arrow); Mr. and Mrs. John I Torter,
Plttaburg (Wlnton). , ,
vt nummooiia i mi --p
elude Mra. B. W. Corkran. Mr. ami mm.
U U. Cockran, Baltimore (Pierce): Mr.
and Mrs. W. Hartman, Mountain Lake,
N. J. (Cole): Mlaa Frances Taylor. Han
B.-K.i.iA t ti.na. New Haven,
Mra. O. fa. Colt, Nnrwleh ladlllnc) ; Mr.
and Mra. C. W. McCutctoen, MJ
MoCutohan, Plalnflald. N. J. t Pierce) J Mra.
Henry Clay Irona. Mlaa K0VS.ir.'i,:
Mlaa Helen H. lroni, Plalnfleld t"?''1"'
Mr. ami Mrs. J. k. "" vf hY.
(Cola) i Mr. and Mrs. f. L. Webb. Phlla-
dalrhla IPeerlesil: Mr. and Mrs
li. iinauig, ura. iiiaa, " -. v.i
I Paige) Mr. and Mr.. Henry Dj'"4'!.
Haven (Packard): Mr. and Mrs. James
Otis. Ml.a cora M. Oil., Han Pranclaco
(Packard): Mr. and Mrs. C. L Mabon.
New York (Flat),
WATBItBUHY, Aug. ft Motor arrivals
at ths Motel Ellon over the Ideal Tout ln-
? '.. Mr, and M,ra. to.r.,.,
TOURISTS BT AUTOMOBILE.
;fra..1..i . . . M I Urn If. V. llaVrttllftni
IV.IiailUIci i s ii9 "iw " . :
Catharine Bartman. Incaater, r- I ;
ard) John B. Ceuldwell. New Yk (Cad
illac); 1). M. Morris. Jlss Jsan Merrls.
rvew yora luvtrmna i , ij. . - -t
Park. Marlon Keys (Bulek); Dr. and Mra.
Howard Taylor. Ml.s Whealoek. "n
William., Mlaa Med.y. New ' iork t Pope).
sir. and air, a. win, m
York (Peerle.e): w. uousnany,
New York (l'earieasi: r. nu
A.
PITTSFIELD POSIES
NET HOSPITAL $150
Berkshire Colonlfts Present
Products and Mrs. Buck
ingham Holds Sale.
Niwmrt, Aug. 6. Members of ths
Newport summer colony started th day
with numerous luncheon pasties, fol
lowed by an entertainment In the home
of Mrs. Perry Belmont, a tournament
on the Newport Golf Club .course for
pnies offered by Willlsm Tayns Thomp
son, and ths opening of th polo season
at th Westchester Pntn .111, .
i.i-vch Between Newport and Narragan
A dance was alvn in.nti, in t.nna
Of MISS Lucille Cirla. Ti V.n- en,k..
WMlllam. E' Cartr' ln hi" home. Quarter-
tun. 11 was attended v -on nf th
summer colony, Including about all of
ui younger set and several nf the sea
sons debtitnntes, Miss Whitney, Miss
Morgan, Miss Oasiam and Miss Harri
man.
Ths guests danced In th ritnlnv anA
drawing rooms, whero the decorations
wer chiefly red gladioli In baskets and
roses. The verandas were enclosed and
a inrge supper tent, decorated and II-
luminnieu, was pitched on the lawn.
" ainner in nonor of Miss Carter was
given by Mrs. Reginald C. Vanderbllt In
me uiu cottage In Bcllovue avenue. Be.
aiaes Miss Carter Mrs. Vnnderhllt'a
guests Included Mr. and Mrs. J. Cordon
iiougias, Mr. and Mrs. Beverley Bogert,
namuei uncw, (juentin Roosevelt, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hugene S. llernnl. John Free.
land, Q. Louis Bolssovaln. Hermann Oel-
nens, William r. Burden. Mrs. Cor
nelius Tangeman, Miss Flora Whitney,
Miss Margaret i:. Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs,
Sydney J. Colford. Jr.. Mr. and Mra
Paulding Fosdlck, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ppencer
tiaay ana Mr. nnd Mrs. Craig Diddle.
Other dinner entertainers Included the
Oo'ornor nnd Mrs. lterckman, Mrs.
Kllsha Dyer. Mrs. Hamilton McK.
Twombly and Mrs. William Dlsston.
The Dclcourt entertainment wan
piano recital by Miss (Julomar Novaes o
Braxll for tho benefit of Trench babies,
Mrs. .J. F. D. Lanier wns In charee nnd
tne patronesses Included Mrs. Perry Bel
mont. Mrs. August Belmont. Mrs. J
Borden Harriman. Mrs. Pembroke Jones.
airs, ugaen Mills. Mrs. Alexander Hamll-,
ton Rice, Mrs. William Payne Thompson.
airs. .Nainaniei Thayer, Mrs. Cornelius
Vanderbllt nnd Mrs. Klchnrd T. Wilson.
Registered at the Casino to-dav were
Mr. and Mra. Henry W. Hull. Jr., visit
ing Mrs. Cornelius Vnnderbllt ; Miss
Edith Deacon, visiting Mrs. Charles A.
Baldwin: Mrs. li Thomnson Seton nnd
Miss Ann Seton of New York, visiting
Mrs. J. Fred Plcrson: A. II. Barney of
Now York, guest of William V. White
house; RIchnrd le H. llo.inlman of New
York, visiting Norman de It. White
house; Arthur Meeker of Chicago, visit
ing Charles a. Hands; Louts Nettermcnt
of Now York, visiting Dr. K. K. Conklln;
George M. Woolsey of New York, visiting
William Woodward: Moncuro Robinson,
visiting Norman do R Whltehouse ; S. B.
Kiklns, visiting Joseph 1:. Widcncr: R
W. Stevenson of Cedarhurst, L. I., visit
ing Robert Grosvcnor. and Mrs. Harold
Carhart Baker of Detroit, visiting Mra
Hamilton Carhart.
Alexander Hutchinson of New York
arrived here to-day. Louis 11. MeC-icr
camo from Bar Harbor to-ilay. but left ;".: tsidoi, .mi-ii Talbot, Warren,
tktmp I a. (Cadillac).
iitiar. i rrfrilir-iiQT,f-v- v v . .....
mobile arrival, at the 0-te.i.;.i tn-day In
cluded Mr. and Mra. Chrlen J. Langdon,
llf. Ida I. ana. Ion. Mr. and Mr., t. I.incdon.
Klmlra. Jf. V (Oldmoblle) : llfnry Woll
man. New Tnrk (llud.onl; It. Wat.on, A
E. McLow, New York (Saxnn): Mr. and
Mra. J. L Bean, Mr. and Mra. J i:. Oubb,
llatavla. N. Y. (Cole); it. D. Newton, Ml.a
Margaret Nawton, Ml.a Jane Newton. Ml.
Kleanor Newton, Norwich (Cadillac): Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. Dayton, Corinth. N. V.
(Pierce Arrow); Charla K. fampnon. Mla
Oertrude .Sam p. on. Tuaedo (llrnsi; Mr.
and Mra. (Jpnrge llotallnir. Mr nnd Mri
A. C llolll.trr, Alluny (llul.k). I)r. and
Mr.. II, P McDowell. Kranklln. I'a
(Kline); Mr. and Mr.. J. P. Ku.tl.. Warner
i-iu.tia. iio.ton (Cadillac!; Mr.. C K
Brown, Ml.a Je.ele Pmlley. Mr and Mr..
John P. Hanna, Franklin, Pa (Simplex).
Lcnox, Mass., Aug. 5. Mrs. Clifford
H. Buckingham was In charge of a
flower sale for charity In Plttsfleld to
day. Mrs. William Pollock, the Misses
Kdlth nnd Mary Bryce. Mra. Max Butler
Mrs. W. Rockwood Glbbs, Mrs. -Freder
Ick 8. Coolldge. Mrs. W. Murray Crane
Miss Oertrude Watson, Mrs. Warren M
Salisbury, Mrs. Zenns Crane, Mrs. Fred
erlck a. Crsne, Mrs. Glraud Foster. Mrs.
Albert R. Shattuck and Mra. William
D. Sloan gave flowers. Among th
saleswomen wer XIrs. Coolldge, Mrs
Glbbs, Miss Elisabeth Dutton, Miss Mar
gnret Hall. Miss Virginia Whitehead
Miss Dorothy Oakrnan, Miss Gladys
rclrson, Miss Jeat. Moody, Miss Laura
Backus. Miss Elizabeth West and Miss
Alice Conaty. The profit, f 1C0, will b
contributed to n tubenrulosls hospital.
Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Lindsay Fairfax
lately married In England, have tnken
a cottage on the estate of Mr. Fairfax'
undo, John Fairfax. Mrs. Robert Ma-
ciay or New York registered at the Cur
Robert H. War of Brooklln won th
club' Junior golf tournament.
Gen. and Mrs. Theodore fiohwan enter
talned at luncheon nt the Maplewood to
day for Gen. nnd Mrs, John II. Patterson
nnd Miss Catherine Peltz of Albany.
Miss Beatrice Bishop, daughter of Mr
and Mra. Cortlamlt F, Bishop, enter
tained at a picnic on October Mountain.
Mrs. Silas F. Brownetl has Joined Miss
Matilda Brownell nt tho Puttlngton Cot
tage, Htockbrldge. Miss Caroline Choate
and Frederick Sterling, who had been
guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Joseph II. Chonta,
departed for New York.
NOTES OP THE SOCIAL WORLD.
tls Hotel. Mrs. Richard P. Tlnsley of Hay Bhore, L. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Bnbeock have
gone from their country place In South
ampton, to vlelt Mrs. William Everard
Strong in Newport
Mrs. Alfred a. Vanderbllt has left
Ventfort Hall, her summer home In Len
ox, for her camp In the Adirondack!, to
remain a month.
The Marquis de Pollgnac of Paris,
who came to New York two months ago,
has concluded his visit with Robert V,
Goolct In Newport and has gono to Bos
ton. Mrs. Herbert Parsons has gone from
Newport to Lenox to bo with the Misses
Parsons.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Murray Young nre
nt the Greenbrier, White Sulphur
Springs, W. Va.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry fftntt flokenbatigh
nre at their country place, Villa Avalon,
Cos. New York (Packard): 1. Thomaa.
Mta. Thomas. W. L Stoddard. O. Oold
achmldt. Fhort Hl.lAN. J.(l'op.-H.r
' ' - . .. . 1 1 ri ... .
(I'leree); Dr. anu aire. j. i"-""i
land (Packard).
POLAND MPRINO, Me.. Aug. 6. Auto
'"'" "' . .--.'.TC..: ' vi. ...I
Mra. 1). K. Begs.. New York. Mr. and Mrs.
t- li M.rrlinmi. Mr. and Mra. C. II. Merrl-
.. , . u-.i,i-n- i l'nn.llartford ) : J.
..... ," . n.i.M ff-ntl. Mr. and Mr.
8. K. Bell. JBieter. N. It. (Hudson); W. J.
Kountx and Mlaa Kounta, Ntw lorn tovar-
Und).
NEW LONDON. Aug. I. Arrivals at the
Mohican Hotel by automobile Include Mr.
Coleman. Philadelphia. Mr. and Mr.. J J.
I.lnlay, New York (Bulek): Mr. nnd Mr..
K. D. Carter, Mra. Thoma" fannon. Mr
J. C. Klgett, Brie. Pa. (lUckardl; Dr
Carl P. llulcher. Wnehlngtnn (Itioi: Mra
A. ltyer.on. Ml.a Ullen Hyrr.un. Chicago
(Packard); Mr. and Mra. T J Mullen,
New Itochelle (Ilaynee); Mr. and Mr..
Jitmea A. Jon.. New York (llupmoblle) ,
Mra. John 11 llnwea. Mlu Florence Howe.,
MontelaJr (Uulck); Mr.. William II.
Kvtera. Mra. John It. Orle.et, Kummlt, N.
J. (Jlolla Royce): Mr. and Mra. A. K. New.
Inn. Hi. and Mra. Charlea K. lllldreth.
Dorothy lllldreth. Dorothea Newton, Wor-
c.ler, Alas., ii'ackarai; .nr. ami Airm.
Pred Whipple, Nw York (ritoven.); Mre.
Walter Luttsan Mrs. Florence A. Lutt
gen. Ml.a Arlene Luttgen. Iteddlni. Itldge,
nnn. I Packard I. Mr.. I'crclwil Cullum,
Meadvlllr. Pa., W. P. Ultlr. or.mse. N J
Mr. and Mr., It. OrtelB. New Yrk, Itay-
mond Ortela-, Jr.. New York (Itenault);
Mr. and Mr.. 'harlea Brewer. Weston,
Man. (Uulck); Mr. and Mr.. Charlea A.
minx, iew lora treeriaaai, .Mr., a. un
li.tt. New York: Mr. A. C. Hubert.. Ualra
nurg. Ml.. Nellie H. l.ovinr. Ann AriMr
(Cadillac). Mr.. U 1.. Iteamy, llrowter
Ueamey. New York (Stuti); Dr. and Mr.,
Prank Martin. Mra. William A. Mill.. Bal
timore (Packard), Mr. and Mr., licirs-
iienxe, Hariroru (Mercer); Mr. and Mra
II. W. Hitchcock and family. New Haven
(National). Mr. and Mra. II. II. Chine.
Hartford, Mr. and Mra. Hayd-n Dudley,
nrookllnr (Packard): Mr. and Mr. II. E.
Piper. Ml.. William.. A. I.. William..
Wllke.baire. Pa. (Pierce Arrnw), Mr and
Mr., J. it. liegeman, New York (llulrk);
Dr. and Mr.. Jn.eph P. Murphy. New Yurk
tllalllday); Mr.. Williamson. New York,
Mr.. Drum. Ml.. Bllllne-. w. p. Billing..
New York. A. H. Billing., New York
(Hudson).
Hl'TI.AND. Vt , Aug, 5. Arrival, by au
tomobile nt the Hotel Berwick Include
Balph Pulltlier, Balph Pulitzer, Jr.. New
York (Holla ltoyre), Mr. nnd Mra. W. II.
Scovllle, Ml.s Scoillle, John Scovlll. II irt
ford (Cadillac); Mr, and Mr.. C. S. I.yford,
Ml.a Margaret I.furd. Miss Olive I.yford,
New York (Tierce): Mr.. Ueorge D. Cork,
Mia. M. I.. Dana. New Haven; Miss Prance.
Taylor, Ban Kranrl.cn (llulrk). Ml.s Mary
Kergu.on. II. M, Pltier. Mr. and Mrs. 11 u
Elliott. Thomas Elliott. Pittsburg (Cad
illac); Hubert C. Baldwin. IIP hard Veeh
wood, Percy II John.on. Iiulsvllle iPtude.
iinaer); T- t.. itoark. Ilartrnrd (Packard)
New York nnd Mr. and Mra Russell A.
cowies of Greenwich, Conn., arrived a
the Hotel Asplnwstl. Mr. and Mrs. Hor
ace Clark Du Val arrived to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Cllvs Livingston Du Val Ir
Stockbrldge.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Newbold Morris. Mr. and
Mrs. Allan Appleton Bobbins, the Misses
Ruth and Jessie King,, Miss Marjorle
Mrcker. Henry K. Pease, tho Rev. Will
Inm Lnwrenco Wood. Frnnk J. Ijgan
nnd Charles F. Brook or took" part In the
week end golf match nt tho Lenox Club.
Ml.s Alice Nlcnll. daua-hter nf Ilr. nnd
Mrs. Matthias Nlcoll of New York, nnd Greenwich, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Allen Townsend, who
have been for the early part of tho sum
mer at their country place In AnlMcy
on Hudson, will lenve to-morrow for n
motor trip to Bar Harbor, Me.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert T. Salisbury of
Glen Cove, L. I are sojourning at the
Poland Spring House, Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ducr Irving nre vis
iting Mr. nnd Mrs. M:trsdn J. Perry In
Newport for the month of August.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas'., t'linilbnurne,
Jr., are passing the summer nt their
country plnee, Apple Tree Farm, In
NARRAGAN SETT PIER
HOP ATTENDED BY 500
Many Dinners Given, Bishop
Brewster Being Among
Guests.
NAnRAOANSITT Pint, R. I., Aug. S.
The Casino hop to-night was attended by
mora than five hundred persons and pre
ceded by a score of dinner parties.
Manton B. Metcalf of Orange, N. J.,
camo from hla summer home nt Watch
Hill and entertained at a luncheon at tho
Casino for Harry Parsons Cross, Mrs.
Walter S. Hackney and Mra Frederick L.
Jenekes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tenrce,
Jr., of Providence had as their guests
nt luncheon Henry Buck and Seton Post,
who aro visiting them at Quarterdeck.
Dinners were given also by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Ellery O. Anderson of New York, who
nre at the Mnssasolt, and Charles Brlggs
of Providence, who Is at the Gladstone.
Mr. andMrs. Stanley Henshaw of Green
ville, Miss., gnvo a dinner In their villa,
Over Yonder,
Tho Right Rev. Chauncey B. Brewster,
Bishop of Connecticut, who Is to preach
at St. Peter's by the Sea tn-mnrrow
morning, In the guest of Miss Snmh
Baldwin In Ocean road. Mls Baldwin
i.':io n dinner for the Bishop t night,
the other guests being Mr. ntul MrH.
William Keyser of Baltimore, who ar
rived on their yacht Awa,
Mrs. George P, Messervy came from
her Newport villa to-day and Joined her
mother, Mrs. W. J'. Colgate nf New
York, nt the Mathewson. Mr. and Mrs
Maxwell Oreene nre lit the fame hotel.
Mrs. John It. Fell Is the guest of Mrs.
Certicllus Vanderbllt at lle.tullcti, New
port. Mr. Fell Is cruising with the Now
NIXON GERARD.
I)angher of Mr. and Mra. A, F
(Irrnrd .Married at Flushing!.
Miss Incxt Melville Gerard, daughtrr
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzn F. Gerard of
ill Whltrstono nvenue, Flushing, L, I.,
nnd William Allen Nixon were married
yesterday nflcrnonn nt SI. John's Prot
estant EplC(ip.il Church, Flushing. The
ceremony wns performed by tho rector,
l)r, George W. Eccle"!.
Mlis .lesslo A. Mntirer wns brides
maid. Thomas Leonard Nixon, brother
of the bridegroom, w.n best man.
sterneon Mltcher.
Pl.AtNFirt.n, N. J Aug. B. Miss Ell
Mao Stitcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
(1. W. Stitcher of Plalnfteld, was married
to James If. Stecnson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ivcr Stecnson, aUo of this city, I
tho porsonago of tho First Methodls
Episcopal Church this evening by ths
Rev. Charles M. Anderson. Tho couple
were attended by Miss Ethel N. Swain
of Newark nnd James II. Mantling nf
1'laliiflelit.
Wnrthlnsrlnn Mrnns.
The engagement has been announced
of Miss Anno Middlclnn Means, daughter
by a former marriage of Mrs. Arthur
Little of Boston, to Valentino Worthlng
ton, son of M. (I. Worthlngton of this
city. Miss Means was Introduced to so
ciety threo years ngo nnd Is a member
of the Sewing Clrclo and Vincent Cluh of
Boston. She Is passing tho summer with
her parents nt their country place In
Beverly Fann, Mass, No date hns been
set for tho wedding.
Elnper Pear. Ilia Wife.
Hapkknsaoic, N. J Aug, B. George
Wilkin, who recently went nway with
fl.OOfl belonging to tho Knglcwood Coun
try Club, nt tho same time eloping with
Miss Helen Calhoun of New York, was
brought back from "hlrngii pi-tlny,
"I am Just nn ordinary fool nnd can
say no more.' was wllklns simple
lie renreit ins wire wouia
statement,
York Yacht Club on his yacht Dorothea, tear his eyes out If she met him
MOVEMENTS OF YACHTS.
NF.W LONDON. Conn.. Aug. ( The
steam yachts Kmerald. Maxwell Wyeth,
nnd the Kasha, (leorga H. Mncy; the aui
lllary schooner y.irhta Corona, Cleveland
II, Dodge; the Clarissa, and the Savarona,
chartered by N. Brura Markelvle. and tha
power yuchts .Shrew. bury. V. II. McCartar,
and the Kama have arrived.
The .team jaehts Ajiec. A. C. Burrage;
the I.urlniln. John II. Ilrnmlcy; the I.lnta
imd the I'arthenU, Harry K. Conver.e,
hate arrived und left here.
The Ruilllary achooner yacht Invnad.r,
Itanry Whiter, the schooner yacht Mavis,
Samuel T. Hubbard, and the power yacht
Jane, B. Waverley Smith, are In thla harbor.
Mrs. Sarah. Fiersoha.
Mrs. Sarah Flersohn, mother of Alma
Gluck, tho opera singer, died on Friday
In the Jewish Hospital, Brooklyn. She
became acutely 111 while visiting her sta
ter, Mra Leah Ulnssburg, nt 1342 Bergen
street. Mrs. Flertohn wns born in
Bumanla seventy-four years ngo, but had
been In this country thirty-five years.
She lived at 109 Overlook avenue, Mount
Vemon. Threo daughter, besides Miss
Glack. who Is marrloU t Efrcm Zlrabal
1st, th violinist, survive,
Mrs. Mary E. Barnard.
Camps, N. J., Aug, 5. Mrs. Mary E.
Barnard, wife of Capt. Samuel G, Barnard
of Camden, Commander of Battery B of
this city and Battery A of Orange, sta
tioned at Camp Funston, Douglas, Ariz.,
died this afternoon nt tha home of her
sister In Philadelphia. Tne nuHtami
is on the wny home. Mrs. uarnard was
42 years old, and suffered from a can
cerous growth which made her critically
111 when the batteries left for the border.
John C. DimtiI.
John C. Dowd, senior member of J. C.
Dowd & Co., 9B Madison avenue, died at
his country residence, Long Beach, on
Friday, He was president of the Dowd
Rogers Company of Walllngford, Conn. J
of the United States Brush Company of
Potsdam, N. Y and of the Ivorold Com
pany of Newark, N. J.
John U. Earl.
Passaic, Aug. B. John G. Enrl, 61, n
resident here thirty years, died In St.
Mary's Hospital. Ho Kok a lo-idlng part
In the development of Passaic Park, wns
a Mason and member of other organiza
tions. THE SEAGOERS."
Hailing en the French liner Rocbtrabeas for
wJru"l&V.l''),! MIm Prudence Per-
Tl'". fiRT llrlrra kins.
Major V. I. came. Dr. Herbert Wheeler.
Lleut.-Col. Hen de flamuel Bewail.
Moiitiole. O. N. Strunahan.
Rdward H Perkins. Howard Wilcox.
Mra. F. W. Perkins.
Had ob the American liner New York for
Liverpool yeaterday
fan! A. I. neKBr vaus. A. w t
?. 9. W, and MV Mra. Qrlawold Thomp-
Cipt. A. Q. Cole.
inn
Mjjnd Mrs. Balfour llMra.
Wr Charles and Lady Miss Haldee Wright.
41
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564-566 asid 568 4-6 'r and 47 TJ? STS
Clearance
of the present season's fashions
AT FRACTIONS OF REGULAR PRICES
'95 to '125 Dresses at $38
FOR STREET AFTERNOON and DANCE WEAR A spUndld selection
of unusually attractive style Comprising tha remainder of
many high-class llnesi grouped for prompt disposal.
'95 to '145 Gowns at $55
Beautiful Garden Party Frocks Afternoon and Evening Gowns j in
select, late-season models) suitable for early Autumn wear.
'45 to '65 Summer Frocks at $ 8
A gathering of broken lines mostly suitable for country wear.
'75 to '165 Wraps at$35&$65
High-class styles of silk and satin j including Marabou trimmed models.
Fashionable Silk Suits$25, $35
Formerly $45, $65, $95 to $ 125-1 n street.
sports and semi-dress styles, including models in Shantung,
taffeta, faille and silk Jersey.
Also Tailored Cloth Suits-Formerly to '95-at '25 & '35
Handsome Costume Suits formerly to $200 at $55.
-Beautiful Garden Hats
Formerly to $35 at $ Q
Very fashionable effects in leghorn hamp and hair.
Stem Brothers
West Forty-second Street
Bet. 5th and 6th Aeenues, New Yor
West Forty-third Street
The August Sale of Rugs and Carpets
Continues to offer incomparable values in the most wanted weaves and sizes:
" Mahals and Ghoerevans
room sizes; rog. $125, $190 and $425,
S88.00, 125.00 and 250.00
Chinese Rugs
in tho popular room sizes,
at $49.50 to 785.00
Kirmanshahs and Sarouks
room sizes; rec $205, $575 ntul $025,
3185.00, 285.00 and 1 58.00
Highest Grade Wilton Rugs at Extreme Reductions
9x12ft., at S34.50 to 54.00 81ixlOioft., 29.75 to 48.50 i 6x9ft, at $21.50 to 37.50
Rejrularly $45.00 to 75.00 I Regularly $40.00 to C8.50 ' Regularly $27.50 to 40.75
Seamless Heavy Axminster Rugs,
9x12ft.; Oriental and floral effects; Val. $39.75, $28.50
Inlaid Linoleum, cut from fun roiu,
10 patterns; rejrularly $1.15 a yard at 90c
Crepe de Chine
Blouses
On the Main Floor,
that were regularly $2.95,
at $1.95
Unusual values in embroi
dered or tailored models,
in white and flesh.
Also Women's
Lingerie Blouses
Formerly $2.95 to 6.75
81.45, 1.90 to 3.75
Women's Summer
Porch Dresses
An Absolute Clearance
on the Second Floor, at
$1.10, 2.50 & 3.50
Our entire stock of serviceable
models, in the newest popular
styles and materials, including
voiles, novelty and striped
dimities and tissues, effec
tively combined with
other fabrics.
Heretofore up to $6.7.5
Women's
Under garmen ts
Monday, Second Floor,
priced extremely low
at 89c
Included are exceedingly
good values in attractive
Nainsook Night Gowns,
Combinations, Envelope
Chemises and Cambric
Top Petticoats,
in a vide range of models.
SUPERIOR QUALITY FURNITURE
At prices usually asked for much inferior grades
For those who contemplate refurnishing in the Fall a most decided opportunity is presented to make
selections during this event at large savings. Every household requirement and an
excellent range of Art Pieces are included in these reductions.
Every
Suite and
Separate
Piece is
marked
10 to 50
less
, JJ.J feissar pPRf?i hEi
Unusuallv
large
assortments
from which
to
make
selections
$433.00 IVORY BEDROOM, pes. TWIN BEDS, at $344.00
FOR LIVING ROOM
3-Piece Suite, in vciour,
157.00
. .nt
$63.00, 85.00
formerly $200.00.
Davenports,
in muslin,, . . .at
Formerly $95.00 and 125.00
Library Tables,
of mahogany, $25.00 to 45.00
Formerly $38,00 to 75.00
FOR DINING ROOM
Mahogany Buffets, 38.50 to 125
Formerly $50.00 to 200.00
China Closets,
of Jacobean oak, $21.00 to 37.50
Formerly $42.00 to 75.00
Circassian Walnut Suite,
10 pieces at $350.00
Formerly $410.06
FOR REDROOM
Mahogany Suite, i r:
formerly $103.00 nt $147.00
Solid Mahogany Suite,
with Colonial posts nt 365.00
Formerly $510.00
Odd Bureaus,
of niahojrany, $30.00 to 65.00
Formerly $00.00 to 115,00
All Summer Furniture including Reed, Rattan and Willow reduced 10 lo 33
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