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Oreiiion.v Takes Place in the
('Impel of SI. liiirtliolo
intnv's Church.
Miinioil to .lohn Gerrish Han
slier. Reception in St.
Kej-is Follows.
MIm Helen Irvln? Phillip, a daughter
of l)r and Mr. Wendell (. I'hllllp-. win
married to Monroe Van Wart De Molt,
on nf Sir hihI Mr, niffnrd M. Dp Mott
of Now ltnehtle and thl city. yeMer
day afternoon In the chapel of St. Ilr
thnnmew' Church, The mirrlnge cere
mony, which w-a wltneexed by relatives
and a few Intimate friend, wan per
formed liy the llev. Dr. I.elghton Park,
reilnr of tlc church.
The In Ida .ntcrrd the church with
her fathrr. who cave her away. She
-.ore a sown of while eatln embellished
wllh lliiiccs of rore point lace ami em
Iroide J with seed pearls. There was
lone court train of cloth of silver and
htr tulle volt was hold In place by a
hand of oranxe blossoms. She carried
a bouquet of lilies of the valley and
white orrhlda and her ornaments In
cluded a hiar pin of diamond, a gift of
the brliletroom. and a diamond necklace
wllh a Jear shaped pendant, n aift of
Mrs. J.iiicm llalvvjy, a cousin of the
The hllrtnl attendant were Mrs. lulph
Runyoitf the Misses l.uela Kdlth Phil
lips i .A Charlotte Alice Phillips, ulster
ef the bride, and Margarctta Homans.
They were all dressed alike In cos
tumes of orchid colored cloth of sliver,
veiled with net to correspond, ntid they
wore girdles of sliver. Their hats of
tulle, the same color as their gowns,
had crowtw of moleskin and were
trimmed with silver roses. Mrs. Ruuyon
curled a hotniuet of mauve orchid and
the olhor attendants carried orchid col
ored chrysanthemums.
II Henry Itertrjm acted as best man
nd the ushers were Ilalph rtunyon.
Hamilton Campbell, N. Davenport Law
ton, Jr., (Srorce B. Clhbons and John
Waterbury, v The bride Is a direct
defendant of Hthan Allen of Revolu
tionary fame.
After the ceremony there wan a re
ception at the home of the bride's par
ents, 10 West Korty-scventh rtrect. and
later Mr nnd Mrs. De Mott started for
the Virginia Hot Springs. They will
live In New York this winter.
Naval Ullrrrt Among Attendants at
Wn.hlnaton Wedding.
Washinoton, Nov. 4. Miss Leitn
Montgomery, daughter of Mrs. Warwick
Etnlle Montgomery and niece of Mrs. Ed
ward Douglas White, was married to
day to l.leut. Terry Hrewstcr Thompson,
V S. N In St. Matthew's Church. Mgr.
1 .vo. it coii!-li of the bride, ufllclating at
the ceremony.
The bride was given In marriage by
hrr father and was attended by Mrs.
Illehard Dana Skinner of Boston as
in i' roil of honor. Her two sisters. Miss
Anna Montgomery, a debutante of this
eauntf. and Mian Mary Montgomery
ere bridesmaids.
The bout matin was the bridegroom's
biother. l.leut John MucDonatd Thomp
son, and the uhetn were l.leut. Chapman
C Todd, l.leut. It. J. Wll-on, l.leut. A.
von ii. Pi.knrd ami l.leut. I.. Bard, all
classmates of the bridegroom at An
napolis, clat-H of 1913: ItlOhard Dana
Skinner, Warwick Montgomery and
mterhrldgc Montgomery, brothers of
the bride, and Frederick A, Thompson,
brother of tho bridegroom.
Hear Admiral and Mrs. C. C. Todd,
Donald Harper of Paris; Mrs. J. C. How
ron and Miss Annie O, Teck of Green
wich. Conn.; Mrs. K. 1.. West Hnd Mrs.
If, W. Van Huron of New WIndsor-on-the-HudKMi.
l.leut. King. U. K. N, ; Mies
Katherlne Knight and Lieut, Richard II.
Knight of Newport lire among those who
come fiom other cities to attend the
Wedding; Takes Plare In Charck
nt -VlorrUtoivn, X. J.
Mohrihtown, N. J Nov. 4. In St.
Telor'a Church heje this afternoon Miss
Kthcl Latimer UaUted, daughter of Mr.
and Mik. Jacob Darnell Halsted of Mor
rlftown, wiik marrb'd to Joseph Wiggins
Grcuceu, a son of Mr. and Mrs. ThomaB
U (ireacon of Now York. The cere
mony wiih performed by the Rev. Dr.
Nathan Soagle. lector of St. Stephen's
Church, Now York.
The bride wuh uttendrd by her sister,
Mlf-s Marie Iiulsc Habited, as maid of
honor, and Mrx. Douglaa S. Carter of
llrookllno. MasM., as matron of honor.
The In IdesmnldH were the Misses Klea-
y.iJil&XS.tt at35lhSt.
nA,ii-f-.An, ruw
lloatan Copl.T Bqosre.
BnoOKS. At the Hotel Buckingham, on
v .ii.mi... i 111. f.nulm A., widow
of Henry 8. Brooks, tn the Tth year
of hir age,
Funeral private.
CUNTS!. On Thursday, November I, 1IH,
YVIIII.m fVtnn.. rllnlS Of KflW Oftf.
il'm, Long Island, la the 4(th year of
bis ate.
funfr.il i.rilr.a St. Paul's Church. IfUd
on street, betnoen Eighth and Ninth
trceta, Hoboken. N. J., Bunaay, .-mo.
wmber S, at "iJO P. M.
CROWI, BY. Richard Crowley, retired
brick manufacturer, at his home,
Graisr Point. N. T., November S, at
H was born In Athy, County Klldare,
BrNCAN. Minna Breiler Duncan.
Puneral from "THE FUNBRAb
fllUrtCH." Broadway, Slxly-alxth
and aixty.icventh (Campbell Building).
Time later.
rrtASEIl On Saturday afternoon, Novem
bnr 4, at New Marlboro, Man, In th
33th year of his age, l.enli H. I'.
1'rnacr, huiband of Adeline Boyd
l'rjr and only son of Horatio N,
end Nellie n. Fraier of 211 Lincoln
rlace, Brookl)n, N. Y.
'tli of funiral hereafter.
ll-MITIN-On November 4, Henry Martin,
''rnierly lth II. Altman Company.
I iToral from I'lmpel of Thomas P.
'""nt. iS7 1,'xlugton nvenue, Tuesday,
'iti mlier 7, t:3'i A. M. Thence to M.
i'a'rbk'i ('HlhKilrul, where a mass of
e-iulem win h offered ut 10, A. M,
'Nii-rriKnt In CaUary Cemetery.
ill- Ii (in .Vovmila r ), lain, nt her real.
' ice, Xrv, Cimtan, (Ninn., after a
f I lnrnt, Flurenro Lockwooil Held,
i" .. fu i,i William II. Held.
. " " of Mineral lieresttiT
v i """"Hie fimmot, daughter or Mr. nnd avrs. Henry u. bmmet, 39
t.Bt Seventy-second street, to William Barton French, son of tho late
betn Barton French and Mrs. Mary Walker Fearn French. Mr. French
recently became of are and Inherited a lare part of his father's estate,
ine picture shows Mr. French and Miss Emmet in tho former's car as
they started for a spin yesterday.
YKhi' 1 alalBiBBSiiiaSlpaHB ''"!
VABaBaBla? 4 flvaaaaaaaaBBHGfaKaW'
nor M. (Itencen, a sister of the bride
groom, and Jcannetto Orr of New York ;
Ruth Kdwardn nf IMHstinrr 11 Mil I ! liar
lyn S. Noitun of Babylon, I.. I. Mr.
Grcacen had ns hl best m.n bis brother.
Kdmund W. (Ireacon or New York, nnd
the ushers were Cornelius Harsen Hnl
sted, brother of the bride: Jack Law
rence, .1. Oakley Radway. Kenneth Kalle
and tleorgc D. C.trrlngton of New York,
and Hdward II. Little of Morrlstown, a
cousin of the bride.
A dinner and dance for the bridal
party were given on Wednesday eve
ning at the Whlppany River Club here.
Mr. and Mrs. tlreacen will live In Mor
rlstown. BAUSHER BI00DQ00D.
Marriage In t. Matthew's Church
I'olloned by Kerr pt Ion.
Miss Antoinette llloodgood. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Percy llloodgood.
was married to John uerrlsh llausher
yesterday afternoon In St. Matthew's
Church In West Klghty-fourth street by
the Rev. Arthur II. Judge, rector of the
church. The bride wore 11 gown of
white satin embroidered with crystal
and finished with a court train. Her
tulle veil was held with a crystal band
and she carried white orchids and lilies
of tho valley.
The hrldal attendants were Mrs. Car
ter Phelps. Mrs. Wilson Fots. the
Misses Jessie Hopkins, Agnes Bigclow.
Marguerite Nash. Frances Ballard and
Sylvia Curtis. They wore gowns of
apricot net combined with blue and silver
and carried clusters of Ward rose.
Charles I.. Baitsher, Jr.. acted as hi
brother's best man and the ushers were
John W. llloodgood. Harry llausher.
Carter Phelps, Ranald H. Mnrdonald.
Jr.. R. M. Pitt. Jr.. Wilson Foss. Harry
Thurston and Vincent Armstrong.
After the ceremony n large reception
win held In the ballroom nf tho St.
Regis. When Mr. and Mrs. Itauther re
turn from their wedding trip to White
Sulphur Springs they will live In Short
Hills. N. J.
Jersry Clly Man l Mnrrled In
Matrn Island Church.
Miss Isabel Beatrice Power Trench,
daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Chailes S. I.e
Poor Trench of Prcwpect avenue, St.
Oeorge, W. I was married to Vrndcrlcl;
Kdward Ferris, Jr. of Jersey City yes
terday afternoon In St. Mnr.i'a Protestant
Foiocopal Church, St. George. The Rev.
Francis L. Frct, rector of the church,
officiated, assisted by the Rev. It. H.
Archer of Ottawa, Canada.
Mrs. L. M. Brlpliam of Orarwe, N. J.,
was matron of honor nnd Harold FerrH.
KpAihAr th hrlricerronm. wa best man.
The ushers were Archer Trench, Leon
ard Ferris, Harold Updyko nnd Johnson
Jones. The bride wore a gown of white
satin, with court train, n tune veil, ami
carried n shower bououct of lllli of the
Harris -4'ornell,
Orange. N, J., Nov. 4. MIhs Helen
Cornell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles I.. Cornell of Tremont avenue,
was married to Kdward Alexander
Harris to-night In the bride's home by
the Rev. F. Boyd Kdward, pastor of the
mado of the engagement of Miss I
Hillside Presbyterian Church. Miss
Janet Cornell, sister of tho bride, was
maid of honor and tlio bridesmaids In
cluded Miss Augusta Patton of Boston,
Miss .Maigarct Wells of Hartford, Conn.,
and Miss Isabel Piatt of ' Amsterdam,
X. Y classmate of the brldo .it Smith
College, clusa of 1916; Miss (lladys
Hunge, Mls Dorothy Child and Miss
Rachel Cornell of Oiiiugo. James Harris,
brother ft the bridegroom, was best
It olx-rlaDu luila.
Kast Or.AMii:, N. Nov, 4. Miss
Anna Dubois, daughter of Mr. and Mis.
L. A. Duboln of Maple avenue North,
anil II. Weston Roberts, also of this
place, were married this afternoon In
the bride's home by the Rev. It. T. ttlb
son of Crolon Falls. She waa attended
by Miss Kmlly Dubois, her sister, as
maid of honor, nnd the bridesmaids were
Miss Carol Beckwlth and Mlsr Dorothy
Smith of Kast Urange. Miss Kllzabeth
Harold of New York and Miss Mattlo
Kills Sloane of Onensboro, Ky who was
a classmate of the bride at the National
School of Domestic Arts and Sciences,
Washington. Kminct Roberts was his
btother's best man.
I'harprntlrr Douwlns.
Mlsa Allen Douglas, daughter of Mrs.
A. M. Douglas, was married to K.ioul
OKifdnntU.. Pln. 1 n.i nkl.. ............
ly of Paris, etenlay at noon at tho
niMiie wi hit jnoiiipr, . i euirai iarK
West, by the Rev. Dr. Nathan A. Seagle,
rector of St. Stephen's Church. MIkm
Leila Ogden was the only bridal at
tendant, mid Ralph Coe acted as best
MrniiK HnrlotT.
Phinkielh. N. .1.. Nov. 4. Mis Kate
Barlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Will
iam Harlow of North Plalntleld, was
married to Dudley S. Strong, win of the
Rev. Dr. and .Mrs. Ch.iilcs Stiong of
PlaliifleM, Ih'.s ern!ng In tho homo of
the hrlde'H piient, the Rev. II. St.
G, Iliirrlll. of Holy Cro Church oi.
elating. MIfh Mary Harlow nai maid
of honor, Mls Dorothy Winner of New
Yolk, bridesmaid, and Call S. Strong
hot man.
Ils It lliiui'iiinii.
Nkw BRrNHwn-K, Nov 4.--Tiinlt 11.
Das of Port Washington, L. I., and
Miss Magdalene (!. Hageman of Mill
stone were married In tho home of the
bride there by the Rev. Andrew ll.uipen
of the Mlllrtnno Reformed Chiitih, Mrs.
Fredeilck B.ieeom, n slter of tho bride,
was matron of honor. Howard ('. Hnce.
man of Port Washington was the bcM
Advrntlst Spent $10,l I.'i.IMMI In
Washington, Nov. 4. Inter national
headquarters of the Seventh Day Ad
ventlstt at Tacoma Park, a suburb, an
nounced to-day that In the lt year the
church had spent l.'i.Oilil.noO for med
ical and educational Institutions and
church buildings, J.I.IO.I.miii for evan
gelical purpose and f.'.l" I.OOii for go,
pel literature, Tho 17.4.1H new mem
ber received set a record for giowth
of the denomination: 11 new emigre,
gallons were organized, making the
total of ::,STti churches.
ONE P. M. TUESDAY (Election Day)
ffranfelin Simon & Co.
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
At Reduced Prices Monday
Misses1 Fur Trimmed Suits
Every Suit is enriched with furs including mole
skin, Hudson seal, beaver, natural raccoon, skunk
raccoon or silver coney. Sizes 14 to 20 years.
Suits se ected for thin
Misses' Winter Suit Sale
are from our regular stock
Reduced to 33.50
Much Below Their Former Prices
Made of wool velour, broadcloth or velveteen in
burgundy, green, brown, mahogany, navy or black,
also wool velour "Callot" checks in the new colorings.
Marquis, Who Mnrrictl Ameri
can Girl, Was Friend of
of King Kdward VI I.
Paris, Nov. 4. Tho Mnrauls de lire
tetill, a noted pcrsonngo In Parisian so
clety and an Intimate friend of the lale
King Kdwnid of Knglaud, Is dead. Ho
wa born In September, 1S4S.
Henri Joseph Charles Le Tonncller,
Marriuls do Brcteull, was best known on
this sldo of tho Atlantic ns tho husband
of Miss Marcelllte (Jarncr, daughter of
the late William T. Onrner, vlce-commo-doro
of tho New York Yacht Club, who
with his wife was drowned when his
sloop Mohawk w.ls capslied In a so,llall
off Hlnplcton, N.staten Island, on July
:o, is;i.
Tl,n Mjrnnl Hreleull was the son
of Comte Alexandre de Brcteull nnd
Chnrlnte, daughter or Achlllo rouui, n
wenlthy Jewish hanker, who wa four
time Minister of Finance of France
under Napoleon III. He served with
distinction In the Frnnco-Prusslnn war,
was n knight of tho Legion or Honor
and twice wa a member of tho Chain-
linr nf llcnullr. Ho WIIH 42 VCttr Old
nt tho time of his marriage to Miss
(lamer at Pall n March, n'Ji. one was
his second wife.
The De Hretculla had n magnificent
mansion, the Hotel do Brcteull, In the
Avenue du Bola de Boulogne, and It was
there that King Kdward VII. met Pa
risian society. Both hau ucen nis inn
male friend" from the time he was the
Prince of Wales. They frequently vis
lied him at Sandrlngham. and also knew
King Ceorge V. from tho bitter's boy
.lit. I tlm unrlnir of 1912 Klmr
Oeorge placed the cam of the seventeen-
year-old Prince or Wale in tne n.inns 01
iim Mfinoils ilp Itreiniill and his Ameri
can wife and he remained with tlicm un.
til the following fall.
The Manpils and Maripie spent some
time travelling In thN country In ll'U?.
iv'l..ti (Ii... tii.u.,1 linr-n llu.v ilrrl.irrd
Jewelry which was valued by tho cus
toms ofllcers at the time nt JL'lli.OOO.
A son 01 xne aianiiu. h iii"ioii in
the French army, was wounded and
taken prleoner during the lighting In the
A'gonne In the fall of 1014. The new
Martini Is Franculs Charles Lo Tonnc
ller de Brcteull, who was bom on Feb
ruary 'J 8, If 'J 2.
Waa President of Washington nnd
IrfTrraon for till Years.
Washington, Pa., Nov. 1. Dr. James
David Moffatt. for thlrly-threo years
president of Washington and Jefferson
College, a noted educator nnd a leading
Presbyterian clergyman, died here to
day. Dr. Moff.itt was bom nt New Lisbon,
Ohio, on March 17, lSlil, the son of tho
Rev. John and Mary A. McNeelan
Moffatt. Ho was educated at Washing
ton and Jefferson, the college In whoto
service he va to jilay eo Important a
pan. After his graduation with the
degree of Bachelor of ArtH be spent two
years at tho Princeton Theological
He was ordained In the Presbyterian
ministry In 1S73 and becamo pastor of
tho Second Church at Wheeling, W, Va.
While holding this charge he was mar
rled. in ISTtl. lo Kllrabeth Dalicll
Craiigle of Wheeling, lie resigned Ills
charge to become president of Washing
ton and Jefferson College In 15S'.
III the same jear the degree of Doctor
of Divinity was conferred on him by
II. mover Collcgo In Indiana, nnd a year
later he was similarly honored by
Pilneetnn. In Inter ems ho recelvtd
tho degree of I.I..D, from tho Western
rnherslly of Pennsylvania, the L'nl
veiity of Pennsylvania and the Mltsourl
Valley College. Besides his isillese wot);
Dr. Moffatt whs assistant editor of the
I'rrsbylci Inn tlnnnrr of Pltts-burg, from
IS!'." to RiO.". In the latter year he was
moderator of the Presbyterian General
Ill IS IS, when lie w.i with one excre
tion the oldest college president In point
of continuous eon ho in the IL'nltcd
Stales, he nnuounccd his retirement.
Cnrollnr Amy Bade.
Caroline Amy Bade died on Fildny at i
the honiH of her parents, SIC Third '
street. Brooklyn. Ml-s Bade was born In
Brooklyn urn! was a graduate of Packer I
Institute. At tho time of her death I
she was engaged m many Dr. Alfred K.
Cooko of .IS Senator street. Her ur
cnls. sister and two brother survive.
.Mr. Jnhn M. I'rerninn.
i:T OiiANiiK, N, .! Nov. 4. -Mrs.
Anna A. Freeman, wife nf John Milton,
Fri-enian, who served in the civil war, .
illi.il to-day. She was fit' years old.
NOVEMBER 6, 1918.
Frenchman's Symphony Con
ducted With Much Feeling
by Dr. Karl Muck.
The first matinee of the Boston Sym
phony Orchestra took place yesterday
aflemoon In Carnegie Hall. The pro
gramme comprised CImuseon's gym
phony, Wagner's "Klne Fauat" overture,
Beethoven's grand fugue, orfJS 133, nnd
HrnhmVs variations of Haydn's "Chorale
St. Anthonl" theme. It was hot a well
nrranged programme, but It served to
hold the Interest of a large audience ex
cept during the fugue. A piano teacher
In this town onco told an ambitious pupil
who wUhed to study the great O minor
sonata, "Beethoven U not for little girls."
Ills fugues are not for matinee audi,
dices. And tills one I better In Its orig
inal form. It was played tn masterly
st le.
However, there was satisfaction prob
ably for every one In the performance of
tho Chausson aymphony. The work Is
not new to this town, but It ha not been
given so often a to make It strictly fa
miliar. It Is a deeply felt composition
revealing an imagination of lofty out
look mid a virile temperamental force
guided by a well concentrated Intellect.
Uiausvon was a pupil of Cesar Franck
for two years and his aymphony shows
tho noble Influence of that Belgian mas-
ter. who hrniish, I-.- i i ' '
ricm-ii music a
deeper note than It had beforo sounded.
ii wouia oe aimcult lo describe with
out verging on rhapsody such a per
formance as the symphony received yes
tcrday. Dr. Muck proved clearly that
ho was In full arnt-ft tt.itu ,i.
of. the composer. He had searched the
score thoroughly and followed Its ox
lulsltely wrought melon In all It varia
tions and all Its polyphonlo surround
ings. Tho song of Chausson was sung
with nu exquisite clarity and balance of
utterance and with a genuinely poetic
feeling. IMrely has Dr. Stuck given an
Interpretation so rich In communicative
s) mpathy.
The Brahms varlatlom were well done
and brought the concert to a pleasing
close. As for the youthful "Faust",
fragment of Wagner It holds Its own
milte well, even In these dajs of fevered
Ideas and turgid expression. Home will
continue to prefer It to Rubinstein's
"Mlislknllsche Char.iktrhl1rl' am Iia
same theme, or even to Gounod's first
Will Show Monday
A New "Lanvin" Model Coat
0 Kitten's Ear Broadcloth, Mole Trimmed
Draped cape collar, straight front, stiMied
barrel sleeves and skirt are the new Ten
ures of this Lanvin coat trimmed
with Scotch mole.
Special 69.50
Reduced Prices Monday
Women's Fur Trimmed Suits
Richly fur trimmed
Of wool velour, broadcloth, camel's hair velour
or melton cloth, trimmed with various furs.
Reduced lo 45.00
Much below their former prices.
Women's Evening Slippers
Of imported brocaded silver cloth.
Of imported cloth of silver or gold.
Of imported tinted cloth of silver.
Of cloth of silver with brocaded back.
New long vamp models, high arch lasts,
hand turned soles and Louis XV. heels.
Diva .Mnrrled at Her Country
Home in Maine to Harry
PoRTfcANn, Me., N'ov. 4, With no
guests ptescnt to witness the ceremony
and no attendants, Ollvo Frernstad,
grand opera prima donna, was married
to-dsy nt her country home on the shore
of Highland Lake, Brldgton, to Harry
Braincrd, a New York musician.
The wedding wa a surprise even to
the townsfolk, with whom the singer Is n
great favorite. The Rev, S. T. Living
ston, pastor of the village Congrega
tional church, officiated.
The diva built a bungalow camp when
she first visited Brldgton, which since
has become n colony for singer nnd nr
tlls. This camp she gave yesterday to
her secretary, Mary Watklns, as a token
of five years' service.
Mr. and Mr. Bralnrrd will spend their
honeymoon In tho $SO,000 villa In which
they were married.
This 1 Mine. Fremslad'a second mar
ring. On April IS, 1906, In Bait Lake
City, she won married to Kdion Webster
Kutphen, n West Point graduate, who
wa an Importer of English automobiles.
Her romance was almost a tragedy, for
three days later the Conrled Metropoli
tan Opera Company, with which she wan
then singing, was in Ban Francisco and
she and her bridegroom hnd a day of
terror In the earthquake and fire.
Mrr.e. Frernstad obtained a divorce In
April, 1911, after filing a petition accus
ing her husband of misconduct In hotels
In this city and London.
Mine. Frernstad was born In Sweden,
but came to this country with her par
ent when very young. The family net
tled In Minnesota. In 191 flic came to
New York and studied singing with E. F.
Bristol. Two years later she went to
Kurope and subsequently studied with
Lllll Lehmann In Paris. Her first en
gagement wa nt tho Cologne Opera
Hnu-e. She wa engaged for the Metro
politan In 1901 by Helnrlch Conrled.
then the director, and was a prominent
figure among tho artists of that com
pany until two years ago. She sang here
with the Boston Opera Company last
Mr. Bralnerd. who teache bolh vocal
and Instrumental music, with a Rtudlo
at (ITS Madison avenue. Is 3 years old.
He Is n member of a well known Con
necticut family and has lived In this
city several years.
ffeanfelfn Simon &
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
Women's Winter Fashions
A New Model
Women's Broadcloth Dress
Trimmed with Hudson Seal Fur
'DrccoU" model broadcloth dress in brown,
navy, Nile green or white, embroidered in
self and Kold' threads; collar and
cuffs edged with Hudson seal.
(I'll lllllllllllllllllllll III IIIIIIOiHI
Mourning a Specialty
Snappy black headwear
to be worn with
Costumes of color
375 Fijth Ac, at 35th St. East.
The convenience ot a charge account may be eitended without
delay to lidta having accounts in the city or elsewhere.
Will 111111 Hill III III
Ten Allies o Hold Coslame Kvent
In Garden November 20. ,
The Ten Allies costume ball to be
(iven In Madison Square Garden under
auspices ot a dozen or more International
war relief organisations on November S3
promises to be the most pretentious nnd
elaborate event of the kind ever at
tempted in this city.
At midnight the halt wilt be darkened
and spotlights will play on tho ten na
tional boxes, where tableaux represent
ing the spirit of the allied countries will
be posed, and the different national an
thems will bo sung. Among the urllsts
who havo been Invited to occupy boxes
arc :
Belgium Mmc. Alice Verlct, Kugcne
Ysnyc, M, Deru and M. Megcrlln.
France Mme. Sarah BcrnliArdt,
Mine. Povla Frlsch and Mine. Yvetto
Gullbert, Ocorgo Barrerc, Charles Dal
mores. M. Caro-Dclvnltte, Paul Kcfer,
Robert Lorlnt. Victor Maurcl, Luclrn
Muratore, Leon Rothlcr, Carlos Sals
zedo and Jacques Thlbaud.
Kugland Mme. Frances Alda, Mme.
Louise Kdvlna, Mme. Maggie Toy to,
Harold Bauer, Percy Grainger.
Russia Mme. N'uitmova and Mme.
Anna Pavlowa.
Italy Mme. Llna Cavallerl. Pas
qualo Amnio. Kurlro Caruso, Signor
Polacco nnd Signor Scottl,
The hall will be decorated to reprc-ent
n city In India, and an Kastern pageant
In which 600 persons will participate will
Will Show Monday
A New "Cheruit" Model Coat
Of Vicuna Bolivia, Taupe Wolf Trimmed
Empire dolman effect, double strapped yoke
and full sweep skirt are the new feature
of this Cheruit coat trimmed with ad
justable collar and cuffs of wolf.
Special 89.50
A New Model
Women's Chiffon Velvet Gown
Combined with Georgette Crepe
"Doeuillrt" model afternoon gown of silver
embroidered chiffon velvet, and Georgette
crope in Bengnis, Burgundy, fawn,
rose or black.
Reduced Prices Monday
Copies of Paris Model Suits
Richly fur trimmed
Of kitten's ear cloth, Bolivia cloth, wool ve
lour, duvetyne, duvet de laine or broadcloth.
Reduced to 65.00
Much below their former prices.
Women's Laced Shoes
Of selected Paris brown kidskin
with fawn buckskin top.
Of brown, gray or field mouse brown kidskin.
Of tan Russia calf, with ivory kidskin tops.
Of black Russia leather, with pearl gray or
brown kidskin top.
be a feature. Tho entertainment com
mltlco Is composed of Mrs. Benjamin
Guinness, rhnlrmnn; Miss Marie Wlborg,
Miss Klsa Maxwell, Mis Constance Col
lier, Otto II. Kahn, Rawlins Cottonet,
Charles II. Dillingham. Walter Wanger,
Andreas do Scgurola and Carlos Sals
Fonr Programme Win Include.
Poem by 40 American Authors.
Mrs. Ralph Wuldo Trine will present
poems from tho writings of forty Amer
ican poets of tho present time In the
four programmes the Is to give ut the
Motor Mario Antoinette beginning to
morrow afternoon at 3:30. On the Bret
piogratnme, to Illustrate the twglnnlng
ot poetry among prlmltlvo peoples, she
will chant four of the traditional songs
of tho .unl lndlatiM In the Introduction
to her lectutc-recltal "Poetry In Relation
to Life."
Among tho number on the second
programme, "American Poets nnd Poetry
of To-duy," Thursday, November 9, there
will bu live typical poems from Kdgar
Leo Master' "Spoon River Anthology,"
passage from "Visions of War" by Lin.
coin Colconl, and "A New World" by
Witter Bynner. Tho third programme
on Monday. November 13, will consist of
selections from the writings of morn
than n dozen of tho women pocta of
America. The last, on Thursday, No
vember 1. will ho made up entirely of
poems by Kdwln Markham.

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