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I 0. J. DeMoll & Co., | > 1229. 11231, l-':Ur. and 1237 G street. J* | Buy the * fAutopianoj | A piano any one | lean play. f 9 y Y If you've never had an op- ? portunity to study music or ? !X learn to play the piano, the X Y AL'T< lI'lAXO is the instru- \ ^ ment you should buy. It is a li a n (i's o m e, modernly con- X structed, self-playing piano, jg that anv one can operate with the best possible results. It X it fitted with all the latest de- f vices for rendering all kinds A I ? I Y < >f music accuratelv and pleas5. We'll gladly demonstrate X $ the AUT( > whenever ? von see tit to call. Sold on '* X t .isy payments for I*. I $550 to $700. I | ^ ? I.!N>nl allowranre mi tie for > T old planos taken In exchange. y | SPECIAL BARGAINS. I Y A f$6oo Autopiano, used ^ at a few concerts, special X J for $415 | 2 $2=;o Player Attachment, } Y ' ^ V X $150- -j* A OQO X | Closing Out " | I ALL USED PIANOS! X ~ -- Y | at a fraction I I Their Worth. f J All loading-, high-grade makes > V are represented In this line of used v V Pianos. and every Instrument is V ? In the best possible condition. Y X 2 Uprights at....$100 X CI _ TT 1 . A $ 5 uprignts at $150 X 6 Uprights at $175 | ^ 12 Uprights at....$200 Y !< Other Upright Pianos, in & Y good condition, for $225, A Cir/> Cnf C / * /-? ? mm J 2 T Cliiu | UP' \ I New Pianos.! :: | A A few of the high-grade instru- A < > nuents that comprise our big stock >* ? of new pianos: & ?' .. - ~ * X vose dc bons. 535'J to $oU0 ? | Shoninger . $350 to $450 f. I McPhail . . $325 to $450 | | Schaeffer . . $250 to $325 | Bailey $200 | Hardman . . $325 to $400 > Sohmer . . $350 to $400 t v ?j? Easy Payments. & > ! O .1. DeMnll & Cn i i High=Grade Pianos, & X 1229, 1231, 1235 & 1237 G St N.W. ? v ? Caffery Speeding Buggy ?a fashionable Tehlcle that la aerrlce ble. Kl-gaot design Beat blue cloth trimmings and beat rubber tire*. A sdo elal feature Is the ut- Q P trartlTe high arch axle. II T.?E YOUNG,' Repository, j 464-466 Pa. Ave.N.W. 'Phone M. 27. ? B. RICH'S SONS. Ji "If they're Rich's shoes they're proper." Ten-one F St., Cor. ioth. (Entire Building.) 11. rn\\ Q o -irroper" Footwear at Reduction : Sale Prices. | Particular dressers are i particularly interested in ' this Semi-Annual Reduction ! |j Sale because it includes ji none but Rich's highest grades in footwear. Two special sales a year here to 1 clean up stock, and this is one of them. All that's left Ij Wi UlUivtll a."?3U! I 1 I I C 11 L , <lil )' the slightly soiled and shopworn footwear from window displays, etc., and all i that's left of lines we no ij longer intend showing are offered in this sale at reductions of 50c to $2.00 a pair. Exceptional facilities here ! I for supplying footwear by mail or express. You'll find the service most satisfactory. Simply send us a copy of the numbers in any footwear that j I tits \(>u and we will send the I correct size. B. Rich's Sons, Ten-one F St., Cor. ioth. , iSC TAY-AT-HOMES who find pleasure In ! ] social doings must read about what their friends are doing elsewhere if they would continue to learn each day's history with the brighter side of life. The last week of the London season was enlivened by the hospitalities at Dorchester House when Ambassador R>'id had the assistance of his daughter for one of the most interesting meetings of notable somebodies from both sides of the At'antic. Miss Reld will be in Newport next month, as will several other young Americans who saw the best of the London season. With August Newport will open her program of gayeties which is bound to be an entertaining one. and beside which every other American summer city seems monotonously dull. Mrs. Stuyvesant Fi3h, who usually opens up the Newport season by a series of large h^b ^ I ^fl I^HHh^ SBP" mm wpp ? _ ^ap| K ^ti| H Hi si# 8jjj|jB|^^^^||^^^ MRS. STUYVI (Copyright by All dinner parties with same frivolity, either a minstrel show or a dance to wind up the evening, has kept up her program so far this season and has offered the novelty which is always expected of her, by asking a large company to a sacred concert tonight at the Casino. The weekly dances which were at one time the life of the Casino are no longer held, as there are too many private ballrooms among the cliff palaces to allow any time to be given to even a club ball, so that the use of the Casino for a Sunday concert is a distinct Innovation. Mr. and Mrs. Fish will have their son-lnlaw and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gray, with them for moat of AugustMrs. Milton H. Beall of Capitol Hill left yesterday for Winchester, Va., for a few weeks' visit. Representative and Mrs. Lornrworth, who sailed Thursday for Honolulu and were fellow-passengers with Secretary and Mrs. . Strauss, spent last week s end with Mrs. Charles Hammond at Lakeport, Cal. Mrs. Hammond is an aunt of the President's daughter. The trip was made from San Francisco by automobile, the host. Mr. Dalze'.l Brown, having Representative and Mrs. Ixmgworth in his car, a chauffeur driving for the latter's maid and to carry the baggage. Until they failed, every moment was taken up with the hospitalities shown by San Francisco friends. About a month will be spent in the Hawaiian Islands. Although by present plan they will rot urn at T>ia Anrl nf that noHrxH nnrl go direct to Cincinnati, It is possible, they say. that further consideration may turn them toward tha orient, so rich to them in happy memories. The Long-worths stayed In Port'and, Ore., a few hours on their way to the coast, and liannrinn.l t 'n^ra tho ao ma Ha ir V* r? iia^^.-uvu liitio mo o.nuo UUJ liiaC ? ILO President Fairbanks was the guest of the Press Ciub at a large banquet. Hear Admlraal _and Mrs. Reeder have sailed for Europe.' Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. Mitchell, the latter formerly Miss Katherlne Clements, have gone to the Maine coast. They will be at home to their friends about October 1. Mrs. John Rldgeley Carter and daughter have taken a cottage facing the ocean at Newport. Mr. John Rldgeley Carter Is first secretary of the American embassy in London. Miss Carter, who was a debutante of last season, is a very pretty girl. She Is a tfreat friend of Miss Jean Reid. Uaugh ter of Ambassador and Mrs. \Yh?telaw Held, and also of the charming Mills twins, Beatrice and Gladys, whom she met in London and whom she will have an opportunity to meet In Newport. Mrs Held, who has come over to take her fati.er. P. O. Mills, Into the Catskllls for the benefit of his health, and who Is to remain In this country a portion of the summer, has promised. If possible, to run up to Newport for a-brief visit to the Carters Miss Jfan R-id will snortly join her mother in this country. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond at Freshwater Cove. Magnolia, Mass , which they aro oocunvln^ with their family, has been extensively remodeled. A new bungalow for the use of their sons has been built near the shore. It la said that $123,000 has been expended on the Improvements which have been made about the place. A force of 125 men has been employed there during the winter. Miss Hammond is spending the season In London with Capt. and Mrs. Sydney A. Cloman. Miss Clara Hartogensls will leave ioday for Atlantic City, to be Krone several Guests at Edgewood, Mr. Samuel Renshaw's country home near Rockvllle, were entertained by a novel progressive euchre party last Wednesday night. In place of usinji the house as usual for the game, \ the tables were arranged on the spacious < lawn. Japanese lanterns hanging gracefully from the trees and shedding a mellow light over the scene. The hostesses, the Misses Renshaw, charmingly entertained the guests, and every one was delighted with the novelty and beauty of the scene. One of the most enjoyable events of the evening was the presentation by citizens of ECIE Rockvllle and vicinity of a medal to Mr. Aaron Jackson for a heroic act performed by Mr. Jackson a few nights ago. The prize winners of the euchre were Miss Renshaw. Mr. Aaron Jackson. Miss Battle Kershaw, Mr. Herbert Jackson and Mrs. Finklestein. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Renshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Stroh, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jackson, Mrs. Finklestein. Misses Mary, Bouise and Hattle Renshaw, Air. and Mrs. Jacob Kann. Miss Jackson. Miss Ruth Jackson and Masters Donald Stroh. Scewart Kann, Maurice Jackson and Moses Jackson. Miss Frances Somerville of 54 Rhode Island avenue, with her friend. Miss Dorothy Hardy, and sisters Margaret and Helen of 48 Rhode Island avenue, accompanied by the latter's grandmother, Mrs. Noud, left Friday for an Indefinite stay In the mountains of Virginia. 'The Laurel Pleasure Club was entertained Tuesday evening last by Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Williams at their home in I street H-' : I HHH ii^H %st? .?/ . HHHHH W|Wj^H| i wsKBmm wsgsgaB&i % ^ jraa ' iW JSANT FISH. me Dupont.) southeast. The evening was very pleasantly spent In playing progressive pitch. The first prizes were won by Mrs. Altmann and Mr. Solbach, and the booby prizes by Mr. and Mrs. A. Fairall. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bates, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Leman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fairall, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Solbach, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Altmann and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Williams. Mrs. Henry Tuck of New York. Mrs. Merryman of Baltimore and Miss Adams of Washington, who have been coaching In Devonshire, England, were joined In London by Mrs. Frederick Lee. The party Is now In Pails. Mrs. Harold I. Sewall, daughter of Rear Admiral Bofo Evana, Is the latest Washington hostess to join the social colony at Fort Monroe, where her husband Is on duty. j^gV\ I By?H^ MBS. HAROLD As Miss Virginia Evans, Mrs. Sewall was one of the brightest and most popular girls 1 in Washington. 1 At a Iyondon wedding last week at Bt. , George's Church, Hanover Square, the bride's dress was of white satin embrold- ] ered In silver, and the six bridesmaids were dressed alike in pale pink ninon and silver passementerie and wore wreaths of pink I rv i I roses and green tulle. Instead of bouquets a they carried fans and small baskets of A flowers. A Mr. and Mrs.?Ion Perdlcarls. who spent V winter before last at Stoneleigh Court, are V up in London from their place at Tunbridge V and have atended the opening performances ^ of a play recently written by the former. ^ The play was written for pleasure at in- A tervais of leisure, and is a story of Prus- X sian military life, T>ut has no bearing on A the Interesting events of the author's life > while lie was KalsuH's prisoner several ? years ago. Mr. Perdicar.s' splendid estates In 1 angler have been unoccupied for some y time. After their re-turn from this country V to England they took yp residence at Tun- Y bridge for the benefit of Hs healthy climate, i It was at Idonia, their palatial summer res- JJ Idence on Spartello headland, outside Tan- A gler, that Raisuli captured Mr. Perdicaris. After his release Mrs. i-'erdlcarts, with a single attendant to act as Interpreter, rode ?? into the desert at dawn and interviewed the v brigand in fulfillment of a promise made by ( *j' her husband. Raisuli treated her wifh the j V uimosi courtesy ana aeierence, ana assurea her that no Moor would ever raise his hand against her or her husband again. The sultan was a frequent guest at El Minzeh. the splendid town residence Mr. Perdicaris built at Tangier, and which, like Idonla, is .* now vacant. ! * Socialibilities attending the recent polo tournament at the Onwentsia Club, Chicago, ? were directed by several who are well known hereabouts. Mrs. Chat field-Taylor gave a small dinner to the competing teams and Mr. Preston Gibson and Howard Gil- .J lette gave a party another evening on Mr. and Mrs. Chattield-Taylor's lawn. Mrs. i Stanley Field was another who gave a lawn V party. A rustic dinner and dance was a J I reaiure a so wmcn entertained a company % of seventy-five. Mrs. Marshall J. Barrie announces the 't marriage of her daughter. Florence Wil- x lard, to Mr. L. William Thavls. The cere- X mony took place In Alexandria, Va.. Wed- X, nesday, July 24. At home, The Raleigh, T2 > York place, Norfolk. Va. V Y Dr. F. B. Brightwell left Thursday to Join his wife and daughter at Lake Hopat- V cong, and will not return until September 1. y Gov. and Mrs. Swanson, who have been 4" on an official JaurfT"to ChlncoteaRue Island. V are now at their place near Chatham, Va., Y where for a brief time they will enjoy their jt, old surroundings in a section full of pleas- Jt, ant association to them. A A Miss Julia Kaufman, who has been in .J. Atlantic City for the past two weeks, is expected back in town tomorrow to con- > tinue her visit with Mr. and Mrs. Albert ,? Sigmund. v Y Mr. Ferd Richold of New York city is y spending a few days in town with his par- V ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Richold of 18th "r street. y Mr. Victor Strasburger of Norfolk, Va_, *|J who was the guest during the week of Jt, Mr. and Mrs. A. Strasburger, returned to his home acoompan ed by Miss Helen Ros- A enberg, who has been spending some time In town with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Auerbach. & Y Mr. Arthur Newmyer and Mr. Le Roy A Nenmyer are spending some time in Atlantic City. > ? Mrs. Harry Friedlander is summering In V the White mountains at Fabian's, where are alxr> \fr iirnl Wrs W Patin V Beatrice Hahn. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Kuiherford Lyon, who have been spending several weeks In Atlantic ? City, are expected home tomorrow. A 4 r.i. aiarx rvaurman is enterta mng Mr. A and Mrs. Elliott Strouse of Baltimore at A her country home In Bethesda, Md. Mr. > and Mrs. Strouse have been at the Blue ?> Mountain, Md,. for the past few weeks. V ? V Mr. and Mrs. Sol Peyser of Newport News, who were the guests of Mrs. N. V Peyser for a few days this week, have ro- V turned to their home. ^ Mr. Leslie Meyer of Indianapolis. Ind.. Y has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ? Strauss of U street during the week, and Y expects to leave town today with Mrs. Sol. JL Meyer for New York. X Mr. Otto Luebkert has returned to the A city from Asbury Park and Boston, Mass. .J mrs. i<upu*eri is now at (."ape (Jod, Mass. o Mr. K. C. Messer Is with his daughter, X Miss Mary Messer, at Cape Cod, Mass., for ?> several weeks. y Mrs. Abe Cohn and daughter Louise of w Pittsburg. j^a., after spending some time In Atlantic City, are now th? guests of Y Mrs. Cohn's sister, Mrs. Charles Goldsmith of 1910 Calvert street. *j| Miss Annette Goldsmith has returned to jjj her home from a several days' visit with A Miss Celeste Goodman at Falls Church, Va. & Mr. and Mrs. Amnon Behrend of Rhode A Island avenue ' *re at Herndon, Va., for A several weeks. ?? Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Daly of 1210 North ? Capitol street northwest, with thejr j juuilgB!' uimuiiMi. ljenruue unu r. D. Daly, Jr., with Miss Elisabeth T. Hen- Y neser, have left for Atlantic City for an V Indefinite stay. X Mis* Edith Daly, the eldest daughter of J wh ?? eea . Bs*/J BMW etr< SHH^H^HHH^^^ W&&M Sen WAxm ,? WrarfM *.- |$ij the 13KJ# BSaJM con j*> ** ^ a ngg? .wfUL ; V-^fl I. SEWALL. p" ? Ins Ifr ami \Tr? T T~i T>nlv ftf 121ft Wnrth Tlf Itol street northwest. Is visiting: relatives In Plei [rvington, Baltimore, Md. at ( Mrs. Mlda Peabody expects to leave the M :ity the 5th of August. She will viait the gon Jamestown exposition and then go by sea moi to Providence, R. I., en route to Rutland, Vt., where she will y>end several weeks M visiting relatives and Trlends. Mrs. Pea- str? body is the vice president of Lincoln Circle, unc I mmps A THE OTJTFR A r.it AW - - " ? ' 608 TO 614 ELEVEN Trimmed Hats % Orig After=Invent< Tk 7 _ _fl tl .i * 4 lesteraay cuosea zne most succ season of our career. In the short period of less than f the position of undisputed Seadersh -==and in acquiring this distinction enlarge our building on six different The next few days will see the las remaining lots will be closed out at preparation for an early fall season Many of the garments offered th very suitable for fall. Perhaps you Sirs ir> ??mm(Tmhimr 1V11 nun VUWVUI wuuuvau^ U>Uil^O>VV ^11 ^Clltuv n^MlUiC Many of the best bargains are n during the next few weeks will find til the last summer garment is sold. Suits Redi Tailored Coat Models in pure line $7.75 $9.75 Tailored Coat Models, in serge, j broadcloth suits, mow $5 $10 $ Taffeta Dresses and Jumper Suits $5 $7.50 Pure Liners and Rep Jumper Suits $7.50 $9.75 Coats Red i Over 3<0><0> garments, So varioio ?!h serge, cravenette and fancies, redo< $5 $10 Skirts Red Over 600 Man=taiSored Skirts off \ fancies, redoced to $3.95 $4.95 Waists Red Several thousand pretty .Waists plain tailored styles. Such good m; "Royal" and "Griffon." New effects t out the fall season. Reduced price actual value. Bargain tables, conta 7 Sc $1.10 S Petticoats Re A chance to lay in your fall supply sell! a dollar higher then. All colors ii fine taffeta, at $3.95 $4.95 , 3, of the Or. A. R.'s and will represent Jjatw she will visit the Ja president of the circle at the O. A. R. position. :ampment at Saratoga, N. Y., In Sep iber. Dr. Carl Ix?velace, who has past three years In South A trs. EL C. Clark and son are visiting the city visiting friends. ? J_ 1 _ 1M 4 ? < ? ...nnlrai ? rixus in vii glint*, ikji i*vu wucaa, aikm = leh they will go to the Plains to remain Mrs. Allen, widow of balance of the season. of Richmond and Washlngtoi the rest of the season In Atla trs. Lue 8. Bush of Capitol Hill Is ?-? . vellng in the far west and was recently Mtoi Lola Allen, daughter a snowstorm at Yellowstone Park and Gen. Allen of this city who 1 >r enjoyed sitting around a Are In Call- past two winters In California nla. She will not return until late In the of Lieut. Gov. Anderson s fam son. with a party of friends to Ja !rs. Fannie B. Ward Is spending the ? ___ lmer at her home in Berwyn, Md., but 1 return to the city in October. :n. Parker and children of 24ti5 18th >et are spending a few weeks at tho ate Hotel, Atlantic City. Imi A l^n Poftflr A n II C^tl t t*V f\f \T T*? OIlPM & '' / fter of 10th" street, is at Curlew, Va., for ^ adame Nlbolosine. wife of the naval * > imander of the Russian legation, and % '^jHaSK Ik m.i three interesting children ure spending *y . ,.;ipi ' * summer in Eurojx\ Commander Nibolo- ' $ WtSafcm. ^ > IB HI DUCK 1VOCK, V Ullll. ~ * * l?a Edith Stovell, one of Washing-ton's * -:.sBjE7 1-known soprano singers, i.s a guest at r ':: ivy Chase Inn for a few weeks. ? > ifrll r. Robert Rafter, son of Mr. and Mrs. is Rafter of 16th street. Is spending: the .? ' rs. C. Smith of 1327~M etreet will leave f * jgflj city next week for York Beach, Me., , '3JF _^JggfT other places in Maine. ^ rs. Park A. Bacon of L street and her f <s e daughter Frances will spend a few -dm . > ; rks at Dela Plaine, Va. A <f essrs. John WlAmavBr. T,awwncfl WM- ? < ' vjA< J.i * "**? . ?. ... . ? i?ii ri aifif i-iT mm? per. Rene Rurz. Barton Shepard ana eph Campbell, pupils of St. John's Coli, will leave this week to spend the Miss Lola Allen ith of August In Virginia. , .. a ,, take a tnp around the world b rs. Annie Stephen-Smith of Mount home. Miss Allen is a cha Eisant, with her son, Ch&nnlng, is spend- woman and a tine linguist, severai weeks at Atlantic City. educated in Germany and Pai rs. Sears of Norton street. Mount M. B Munholland of 1 osunt, entertained several of her friends 5 ^ " eI" family 'tra-ve llnner last Sunday &SSll2E? t0 ^ iss Carrie French of 1701 T street has Mra M Halsey. sister of Sei e to Fairfax Courthouse to spend a ]eft la!it wwk to spend the . if Vi wri-tVt roloHifAa ? "" """ "? the season at her country li las Edina Allen Crump of lnOl llth eln1'1' iet will leave next week to visit her Mrs. Fink of 1S2G 15th stile, Mr. Edgar Allen, In Richmond, Va. three sons, Albert, Carl and born IMENT SHOP* | TH STREET, & | $ ;inal Prices, * 1 | ory Sale. $ essful spring and summer r ive years we have gained ? ip in the outergarrnentfield v have found it necessary to & , wyvyQ^uuvuucJ TV blkUiiilttll li-il il ii ?t of the summer goods===aiil ridiculously little prkes in i. lis week are starpHe styles, may find just what you're X :ed lots. X lot advertised===Every day :j; mew lots at mew prices un= !?; aced. x ? ? in and rep Suets, now ? $11.75 | . janama, mixtures, silk and y IS $19.75 | I ?, now t t* n <f> ? > i 5t now f $14.75 | meed. | '& ort and flong styles, off silk, | :ed afoouit ome=!haIlff. to ? * i ? $E4.7 5 uced. | ' onSe, taffeta, panamnia and ? $6.75 $10 I .J. , !? J ? JL? f V ?, am uaiiioity lingerie ana akes as "Knickerbocker," ;; Jhat can be worn through ;; >s represent less tlhan half ;; ining all sizes, at ;: >1.95 - $3.95 I; l t * duced. :: y. Petticoats as good will | ti full=widtfii petticoats of ? $5.95 | ! raestown ex- leave next week to spend eevera'. weeks at Old Point Comfort. She will be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen, been for tne who have a cottage there. Later she will merlea, Is In the expoeltlon. Mr. Edgar Allen, wife and little daughter n"ii 2 were the guests of Mrs. Allen and Mrs. ?iW1 Aj.Bpen Crump, 1501 11th street, the mother and mtlo C4ty. slater of Mr. Allen, the past week. of the late Mr and Mrs w.~HTsmlth left the city ms spent tne week to spend the summer on the as the guest coairt of Malne " lly, has gone pan ana will Capt. and Mrs. J. Richardson are guests for the summer at Chevy Chase Inn. "> :] Misses Virginia anil Ada Bestor have i '' %XJ gone to Lake Chautauqua, N. Y? to sj>end . ^ *'?] the summer. * rMr. Max T. Plm<~8 of 1000 7th Mreet has :returned after two weeks' sojourn at tlio Berkshire, Atlantlo City. Mrs. Max T. .%$% Plmes and daughter MlldTed, together with * Mrs. Loeb, will leave tomorrow for a threa v >"J weeks' stay with relatives at Atlantic City. ? l^lHwayl Miss Imogeno Blakl^y of St. Ix>uls, Mo , "i&BHwerii 'n Washington on a visit, and Is stopping 1 at the residence of her cousin, Mrs. Allcj ^ V st-eet northwest. ?'' ; |Pi Mrs. Alwlne Brandes I'erklns has sailed , - Wl&bcafc.J '"r HJurope. During her trip she will visit "er home town. Do rum. In Hanover. (>ern*any. She will return to Washington in 1|P|| ?>? fall. | Mr. and Mrs. William Henry White left W''^. .? I yesterday for a trip to the seashore and rV . j^J will be away several welts 'JS ? 1 MLfs Marie I>. Price of 1327 It street ha3 * I returned home after a most enjoyable visit, I a at the summer home of Miss Graea I Rutherford of Galthershurg. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hardy have left for juMMPaWMI a five weeks' trip to Nova Soot'a. Quebeo and the White mountains. Th?-lr thr>e 4 children are with their grandmother Mrs. E. J. Noud, In the mountains of Virginia efore return- ? ... ?~ rmlng young miss name u?man or ucn nron having been 'e*'t Washington for Lee?burg yesterday -Is. morning on a short visit to Dr. and Mrs. , Chad-wick. 317 Corcoran the city tho Mr. A. D. Prince, accompanied by hia ral weeks at daughter, Miss Alma Prince, left town on Monday for a trip through the Thousand Islands and Canada, and will visit Atlantic lator Daniel, city en route home. ' emalnder of ome In Vlr- Miss Flora Wilson, daughter of the Sec- ' retary of Agriculture, who sing at two r* eet and her concerts recently at Lucerne. Interpreted 1 Ross, will (Continued on Third Page.) ' '