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'resident Hardi at Club Nea: Accepts Senator Edge's Im Seaview Links?Interei on His wofel DUfdtah to Thi New Tos* Hbuld- 1 Atlantic CSctt, n. J., May 18. rHB resort is agog ?mrr the visit of President Harding, who Is at the Seavlew Golf Club, seven Dee (torn here, as the guest of Senator ' fetter 3D. Edge of New Jersey, whose ( otne la In this city. It is expected at the President will attend services ( morrow at the Chelsea Baptist ( burch, of which the Rev. Thom&r.J. roes is rector. Should he do so the helsea section of the resort will be j uonged. The President came here at Senator ] dge's Invitation to play golf on the i ilendid links at Seavlew, which is in 1 ie pines at Absecon. Many persons ] rominent In public life in this and her States will be at the club during ; ittoiucuc mruiug a siuy. no prouaiy wilt remain until Tuesday. There ill be many social events at the club, ] deluding a reception, at which the ? xecutivo will meet Mayor Bader, the 1 'ity Commissioners, county officials ' nd prominent visitors. Senator Joseph . Prelinghuysen will be at Seaview 1 urlng part of the visit. , The annual spring tourney of the lountry Club of Atlantlo City will be ] onducted on the club's links at North- < teld, six miles from here, on Thursday, ] rrlday and Saturday. Many golf ex- ] erts from various cities will particl- , >ate In the matches. < The hotels on both the beach front and i he avenues are preparing for a largo j ssembly on Memorial Day, which pro- j rides the prelude to the summer season, , o be opened on Independence Day. 'he fact that the holiday will be on < Lucnuay win anecc uie patronage somevhat but It is expected that thousands vill remain from Saturday evening until L'ueeday afternoon. Large bookings ire looked for at all tho Boardwalk louses and there will be good patronage itso At the Elberon, the Kentucky, the Edison, the New England, the Montl ello, the Wiltshire, the Bothwell, the Hoscobel. the Grand Atlantic, the Morop, the Continental, the Holmhurst, the ^ew Clarion and other houses on the ivenues. The Strand has had a large latronage from Brooklyn in the last few nontha * 1 New Terminal Planned. ( Announcement* by the Pennsylvania ' Railroad that it has plans for a new ' terminal depot here has been hailed 1 with Joy by residents of the resort. Conventions continue. Next week will ' ie featured by the National Electric } Light Association's meeting, which will ' be attended by at least 1,000 delegates. 1 Conventions this month will bring ruests to the Traymore, the Marlbornugh-Blenhelm. the Dennis, tho Chal- ' fonte-Haddon Hall, the Ambassador, thq AJamac. the St. Charles, the Seaside, 1 the Shelburne, the Rltz-Carlton, the Breakers and tho Strand on the beach front. Of the avenue hotels the Contl- } cental, the New England and the Montlcello will be tho busiest with convention patronage. \ Among the recent arrivals from New York at the hotels were: Traymore?Mrs. H. G. Hamilton, Miss Elizabeth Kay, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Mason Brltton, Miss V. R. Moore. Miss i Merle Carroll, Mrs. J. Hardy Oordes, Mrs. F. B. Wagner, Mrs. James P. Silo, 1 Mrs. Eugene M. Wagner, Miss Mary C. 1 Glennon, Mr. Van II. Manning, Mr. and .' Mrs. ,T. W. Lax, Miss Marlon M. Lax, ! 1 Miss Edna Loralne, Miss Delia Loralne, j 1 -ir r? fT Mm U TT* Cnntnr . Vi.rH. n. ?. V/llnus, ... Mimoi Mr. Bruce Ree, Mrs. Alonzo Eugene ! Austin, Miss Dorothy Fish, Mrs. Ira H. ? Opening Dates \ for Asbury Park .! Hotels Announced , ??i 7 ' < Many New Yorkers Already ' Registered at Coast i, Resort. f 11 Bpcnial Dispatch to Ths New York Hicham). ( Asbuiit Park, N. J.?May 13.?The Jersey State Hotel Association Is planning business sessions and outings j In The Alamac-in-the-Mountain? tlii? yem*. Tlie executive committee dT the organization met at the Marlborough fl here last Monday and made plans for j sessions and outings on June 6, 7 and 8 , at the Dake Hopatcong hotel. i The Asbury I'ark Hotelkeepers Association met at the Marlborough on tl.e f same night and discussed plans for the . i gie&aon s auvtrusmK- *?ir. />. r\. rurwi??? i Mrs. M. H. Frost, Mr. Sherman Dennis j and Mr. George H. Crawford were ap- I pointed by President Harold W. Sexton to present definite plans at another j meeting scheduled for last night. The hotel men Indorsed the ocean pier J project and greeted enthusiastically the * announcement that railroad fares will J likely Txv'reducod 20 per cent, during the current month. Many hotels definitely announ??<l their , ' opening dates during the week, among J them the Ocean Hotel, for June 13; the . ' EUersIle, for May 27, and the Windsor, : r for May 27. " New York visitors at the hotels are: ! Coleman House?Mr. and Mrs. D. C. j Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. M. Seldo and i r family, Mr. Thomas Law ton, Mr. and ' * Mrs. John S. Bradley, Mr. and Mrs. B. ' ' J. Mose, Mrs. J. J. Chute and sister, Mr. ' * and Mrs. T. McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. ^ B. Hoyt. Mr. Fred It. Wolff. Mr. and r Mrs. F. W. Smith, Mrs. Joseph P. Scan- y Ion, Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Landker. Mr. ' and Mrs. PeForest Grant, Mr. F. E. I Wortman, Mr. T. E. Weeks. Sir. M. K. I 1 Fuller, Mr. C. K. Fuller, Mrs. It. Fuller, : Afjss Leonora M. Healy, Mrs. A. K. 1 Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Maxwell. ' Air. John K. MacAdsm, Mr. and Airs. ' J J. Looker. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Marshall, ' Air. and Mrs. A. L. Davis. Mr. and Airs. 1 C Ralph Folks, Mr. aad Mrs, ixnils ' Strauss. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Hemp- | 2 hill, Air. A. Rttschel. Mr. Jao! Kech. " Air. Chester W. Ohaplti, Mr. W. J. Lee, | Miss M. Funcheon, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. 1 Sayles and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Reel j s of New York. C , Marlborough?Mr. and Mrs. J. Wells, 1 Air. and Mrs. John W. Slocum. Mr. snd I Mrs. W. R. Jones, Mrs. J. Oppenhelm, 1 J. J. 8tarr, Jr., Air. und Mrs. A. W. ( Blandltie, Mr. and Mrs. II. Malone, Mr. t and Mrs. .T. Cook, Mrs. E. C. Merrick a of New York. <! Metropolitan?Mr. A. Warendorff. Air. 1 snd Mrs. George V. Cov. Mr. and Airs, e (Myron Flnke. Mr. Thomas Baker, Air. William D. Van Ryper, Air. and Airs, i Edward J. Philips, Mr. and Mrs. J. a Sehechter. Dr. N. If. Hrhechter, Mr. and i t ATrs. E. V. Klllon. Mr. end Mrs. C J. A. r Fltaslrnmona Atr. and Mrs. Elmer liar.'t ria, Mr. and Mra, Qeorge Kiraoh, Jr* i SASHOREr ng Is Guest r Atlantic City station to Play Golf on it at Resort Centers Visit. Morgan, Mrs. E. T. Morlarty, Mr*. I* V. Hamilton, Miss Florence Cadwell, Mra T. H. Stelnhardt. Mlse M. A. Rooney, Miss Dorothy Kent and Miss Anna Baler, Marlborough-Blenhelm ? Mrs. Theodore Bauer, Mrs. Joseph Purcell, Miss B. E. Temple, Mies Ellse Dufour, Mra C. N. Burns, Mrs. John Barnes Clark, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. D. Rldder, Mra E. N. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Britton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rockhlll, Mrs. 0. W. It. Comstock, Mrs. Frank Heuer, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Loose, Mr. and Mra ft. W. Wlthlngton. Mrs. William Mf7?r, Mrs. H. A. Rogers,' Mr. and Mra Cleorge Dixon. Mrs. W. L. Wash bourne nn-1 Miss Washbourne, Mr. and Mrs. A. rackson Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Erskine, Miss Helen Ersklne, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Flvor, Miss Helen Vesey, Mrs. IV. Blair Perkins. Mr. and Mra Arthur Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Floyd, Mlaa Loretta Green, Mrs. G. W. F. Bennett, Mrs. Walter Raleigh Shote, Mrs. Heater A. Booth, Mrs. Dudley M. Jennlson, Fredirlck Jennlson, Mrs. .Susan M. Wahl, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ford, Miss Margaret Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. David M, Gilbert, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jerome Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Kiley, Mr. and Mrs. H, R. Pendleton ind Mrs. H. D. Mln. Dennis?Mrs. Bernard Wlch, Mr. and Mrs Nlchoas A. Werner, (Miss Agnes D. Jakley, Mr. and Mrs. George L>. Rice, Miss A. C. Halliday, Miss D. M. MoCall, Mrs. John E. Shea, Mrs. William Hartrett. Miss Mary L. Lenlhan, Miss Katharine A. Kearney, Mr. H. V. Borden, Mrs. A. J. Borden, Mr and Mrs. G. T. Dunlap, G. T. Dunlap, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lee Smith, Mrs. J. A. Van Vranken, ind Miss Ida V. Muller. Rltz-Carlton?Mrs. T. S. Dodge. Mrs. 5. R Bishop, Miss Sarah Bonnell, Mr. ind Mrs. Peter J. Maloney, Jr., Miss M. 3. Dell. Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Carroll, Mr. T AT? .nT Mr? TT Ft. Hastings, Mr. and ^Mrs. George W Ftill, Miss Marie Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bebesch, Mr. M. H. Conaelly, Miss Anne Dougherty, Miss Agies Cosgrove, Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Ehret, Mr. E. J. Hibbert, Misses Lucille ind Mary May Hibbert. Ambassador?Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Sans, Miss E B. Glnty, Mrs. J. B. Hall, VIrs. M. T. Goetz and Miss Goetz, Mrs. 3eorge J. Had ley, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holstein, Misses Marcela and Adele tiolstein, Mr. James S. Dodge, Mr. and VIrs. S. J. Miller, Mrs. L. 8. Moos, Mr. ind Mrs. Charles J Aufferth, Jr., Mr. ind Mrs. William Evans, Miss Margaret 3lalne, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Barburo, Miss M. C. Ahern, Mr. and Mrs. Irving H. Larom, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Preston. Shelburne?Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. FTaubner, Mr. E V. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Vogel, Mr. aniMrs. Charles A. Cox. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Young, Mr. ind Mrs. J M. McGee, Mrs. Alfred Jacques. Alatnac?Mr. and Mrs Charles F. Dornberger, Mr. and Mrs. John Cope, Mrs. Emily Stern, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mrs. Emily Stern, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. iJwon, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Nast, Mr. and Mrs A. B. Gardner, and Miss Viola Welter. Breakers?Mrs. J. M. Sllberman, Mrs. Vf. J. Schless, Mrs. B. W. Harwood, VIrs. L. Ritter and Miss Rltter, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Powell, Mr. and Mra Simon 3 Hess, Mrs. C. L. Farnsworth. Mrs. Harry Roaman, Mrs. Irving S. Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Meyerson. Mrs. M. Kaplan, Miss Sophia I. Kaplan, Airs, if. U. Hasenohr, Miss P. Schooff. Royal Palaccr-Miss Victoria Schrelber, IIr. and Mrs. L. J. Strauss, Miss Julia Strauss, and Mrs. Charles Rose. Hr. and Mrs. E. A. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. rf. G. Miller, Mrs. J. L. Allen, Mr. A. H. Penning, Mr. and Mrs. E. Stewart, Mr. ind Mrs. J. E. Miller, Miss Consuelo MUer, Miss Katherlne Miller, iMlss Marlon IVilson of New York. Now Tenney?Mr. Harry Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. George L>. Rloe, Mr. and drs. Herman Cohn, Mr. and Mrs. Hayicn, Mr. Charles Thelluson, Miss L, A. IVllhelm, Mrs. E. H. Reynolds. Mr, W. J. Jaffery, Mr. ,T. J. Haas. Mr. and Mrs. ! IV. H. Gregory and eon, Mrs. Percy 1 Ireen and daughter, Mr. and Mra. W. E. Sweeney of New York. Plaza?Mr. and Mrs. N. Gensen, Mr. ind Mrs. Edwar/J Brill, Mr. Arthur Brill, Hiss Gertrude firlll. Albemarle?Mr. and Mrs. I* TL Hut hin, Mr. and Mrs. C. Neer and Mr. rack Ball of New York. Mlnot House?Mrs. C. B. Woodward, diss M. W. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. 8. B. lamsnn. Mr. W. H. White and Mra P. <. Steelo of New York. Chester?Mr. Stanley T. Grant, Mr ind Mrs. B. G. Byer, Miss N. Coventry, [>r. William Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Joicph Dunn. Dr. H. M. Moss of New fork. Bankers? Convention At Briarcliff Lodge Rriaficuft Manor, N. T., May IS.? briarcliff I.edge will open for Ita tweny-flrst season next Saturday. Per hree days preceding the formal opening t will be occupied by 300 delegates to he twenty-ninth annual convention of he Saving" Bank Association of the State of New York, of which John J. hilleyn, head of the Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank of New York city. Is (resident. Oolf. tennis and riding will ifford the bankers outdoor recreation >etwecn executlvo sessions. Among Now Vorkers who have made 'cservatlons at the Lodge beginning vlth the first week of the season are Hr. and Mrs. Dwlght S. Richardson, Mr. ind Mrs. J. Edwards Wyckoff, Mr. and frs. Joseph T. I,ow, Mrs. Bayard Domlilok, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Livingston miiI tin Mi'*-' ; Eliza H. arid Mary M. island. Other early reservation# from New Tork include Mrs. Jamea Mitchell, Mr. ind Mrs. Txiuis O. Raegnor. Mr. and drs. Arthur H. Harlow, Mrs. John B. Pearson, Miss Lillian L. Pearaon, Mr. lohn Pearson. Mrs. Alfred White. Mr. in?l Mrs. Rufus W. Scott, the Misses leorgianna, Susan R, and C. C. Kendall, ho Misses Ida and Sadie Adams and dr. and Mrs. George A. Mcllroy of Jerley City. Harold J. Sanderson, a younger >rother of 'V\rchle," the popular Scotch rolf professional of the Sleepy Hollow Country Club, has been engaged as golf nstruetor at Brlarcllff Lodge. A waitng the completion of the new eighteen ioIc course of the Brlarclff Country .'lufb, now in process of construction tinier the direction of that noted golf irchltect, Dcvereux Emmet, young Sanlerson will servo as golf professional or the present well known nine hole lourse maintained by the Lodge. The Urlarcliff courts have been put In "xcellent shHpe this spring, and an icllve tennis seAson is looked forward o. Walter Kennedy's hillside tea room, tvsrlooking th? Hudson, to the west of he Lodge, again will open"for the sea oft oa Mvrtift I 8 THE 1 ROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. I 4 Fulton S Bond Si Street and i Frocks, Made to Sell at Fourteen models, of wh crepe, georgette crepe, crepe and other delect; Uiaiiiiuig vi gtui Navy, Black, Gi Brown, Wood Si give a color range that is mos daylight occasion, and even ea The Bead Garniti for every wanted color is u frock, sometimes contrasting bers of colors to give the effecl colors. "Perfect pictures" you A satisfying Loeser Service. Sizes to Fi From Miss to i Not all models in this g a special purchase specially i to the fact that there are all not all sizes in all models. Sc come early for first choice. Loeser'a? Importe< Swisses, $ In More Than F Elf FOR the daintiest of sumn array of I ported Dott< ment of more than fii and colored grounds, with pin contrasting shades. Fancy Imported Crisp finish Organdies w in a great variety of colorings, rose, pink, peach, light blue, re brown and gray. Printed Voiles and Batistes, 25c An assortment of checked, dotted and figured Voiles and Batistes in white and colors, presenting an attractive variety. Lomer*a?8. . * Every One h Want Here they are Untrimir $3 FOR some they are untrin the smartest tailored Hs finished with heavy core will therefore use only a gorge* will choose a severe feather o an exotic flower like a pond lil There are many simple ways and, best of all, at very little Good Choic in beige, mimosa, brown, pea white. That is choice enough Crepe, too! liOWW'H P? raw YORK HERALD, BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. itreet treet \trSW -s^ i )emi-Formal $39.75 S49.7S and SSS ich three are pictured; Canton Roshanara crepe, satin-backed ible silks, together with such gette and crepes. -ay, Beige, Rust, hades and White it satisfying because it fits any rly dinner. ire Is Fascinating ised; sometimes matching the sharply; and in great numt of mosaic in gorgeous Oriental will call these adorable Frocks! it Everyone Larger Women reat size range because this is irirftd. and we took it suhiert. 1 sizes in the lot, even though > this will be an inducement to Fifth Floor. 1 Dotted 1.24 Yard ?iity Combination ects tier frocks here is a wonderful ?d Swisses. There is an assort'ty combination effects?white dots and large dots in self and Organdies at 59c ith self color dots and checks including French blue, orchid, id, jade, nile, cornflower, henna, Imported Ginghams at 39c Splendid Ginghams, 81 and 32 inches wide, in a large assortment of different size checks and all the wanted color combinations. A fine weave Gingham suitable for dresses. rcond Floor. ing Canton Crept Nat*. at a very tow price. led Hats .95 imed, but to others they are its of the season; for they are Is stitched on the brim. Some ws hatpin for garniture; others r a quill; still others will take y, or a wreath of field flowers, to give these Hats personality expense. e of Shapes irl rouge, henna, black, navy, for any taste I All Silk Canton wnnrt Floor. f SUNDAY, MAT 14, 1 [ BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. ? /. A 7mmmL BROOKLYN Business Hi Looking. LAST Wednesday evenin sentative people of th environs met to think New York of the future?so in this city may increase th economic advantage of its cil We can work wonders I and then push it. ! How often?in a lesser right here at Loeser's! A sound plan?with be its basis?a hearty, earnest make up the Loeser organiz while is done. Will you come and see now with the smart and n for spring and summer? Will you test for youi service that gives especial sa this their home store? Loeser's has been sen sixty years?but we were r forward looking than today. SI/ H Net and Voile; White, Cre Embroider, Women'! Redi IT is amazing that one can at so little a price. Th? can be, for the laces used in manner of use. The tailorec ire very much wanted, and son ly. Just the Blouses for wear w Net Blouses Nov Were $1.2 Sizes 34 to 46 in the lot. But not all sizes in all styl< To this fine offering has of Blouses to sell at $2. Van< line; roll collar; short sleeves; ? < 1 11 vestee; iancy laces?mese a trimmings. I.o??e r*??g Handsome Fr With Miter C For $ Featured in ONE of a number of very u: Sale that has special inte Those desirous of ma and we will hold the purchase fo The Mantel Mirror Illustrated mirror, with the new miter cut end pi gold or russet brown and gold frame markablc value for $29.50. Sideboard or Mantel ivui In handsome blue and gold and I fitted with mitre cut end plates. 15 Odd Mirrors for J Three-section Mirrors in differ Only one of a kind. Framed Oval Mirrors At $12 In toned (told frames with handsome top ornaments. Sire 18x24. Framed Oval Mirrors . At $13.50 Handsome frames which can he hung horizontal or upright, in antique gold and colored frames, with sconce attachment. Size 16x30. Framed Ova Mirrors At $9.95 Horizontal style in toned gold frames with top ornament. Size 20x30. Oval Mirrors at $5.90 I Full plate Oval Mirrors in gray I toned frames. Size 16x22. | Silk Wired Mirror Co Modern* Inww's?Fm L922. | BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. -NEW YORK turs 9 to 5:30 Forward tg some six hundred repree Greater New York and its and to plan for the Greater that beauty and convenience le happiness and health and bizens. if we have the right plan? way?that has been proved stter service to the public as effort by the thousands who ;ation?and something worth how finely full the Store is . ew and worthy merchandise rself the good and personal itisfaction to those who make ring Brooklyn for well over lever more youthful or more ? am; Many Styles; Laco and 1/ Trimmed. 5 Blouses need get such good looking Blouses sy are as dainty and modish as are refined both in quality and 1 frills, of which one is pictured, le have a bit of color used smartith tweed suits! r 98c. and $1.29 15 to $2.95 ;s. been added a special purchase dyke frills; long sleeves; V neck Val. lace; tuxedo collar; square re just some of the wanted teoond Floor. -_1? I VTJ),7'/'j. 1 iKiB amed Mirrors ! ut End Plates 29.50 a May Sale nusual Mirror values in a May rest for June brides, king selections now can do so r future delivery, if desired. in 63 Inches long, of excellent plate eces. set off advantageously In antique s of very artistic design. A most rerrors, Three-Section, $35 irown and gold frames, 66 inches long, ^19.50, Regularly $35 ent lengths, all beautifully framed. I Miter Cut Panel Mirrors I At $7.95 Six very handsome styles to choose from. Size 14x27. Carved Hand Mirrors At $4.48 and $4.95 With the long handles, in Polychrome and Etruscan finishes, with velvet backs. Panel Mirrors, $6.50 Etruscan gold finish frames with picture, oval tops. Size 7x31. French Panel Mirrors At $3.48 In blue and gold frames, with picture tops. Size 1\vx29. rd* in TVide Variety at \e, Prices irth Vloor. I j BR00KLYWJU)VERT1SEMENTS. j BR iSfcZ* Livings H/tfC Elm 1 m:37 Inch to 39 Im Suits at Piquette, Twill, REGULAR sizes 34 to 46, and lined in modish silk. From th form an idea of the long, slenc extra sizes. A choice of rolled colla Slip pockets so beautifully put in. T ing of these Suits, which so thorough Style and Finish, of which there is these Suits show no garniture, but i and so refined. Others have braids an Navy, Black and nc fVioca ore +V10 itnlnre omTiVi oci-7orl Kv BO IM V/ 1/tlV VsVfcVSAk? WJ for Suits which are always intended hard wear. Those Choosing the of the morning fti which to select a ! some beauties, for in the lot there are all sizes in all styles. Another Group of SI Prunella and tweed in the most d with side or box plaits. Stripes or plai Mixtures and tweeds. Many hand tions of black and white. Waistband Loeaer'a?Second FIc > Women's $8 Patent 1 With Gray Suede Be AVERY MODERATE price for ? wear that will please the most The model is a very at leather pump with gray suede back, heels. Slightly perforated across stra All sizes and widths A to D. I ornxfrn?M uln FT< The Record Selling c Canton Crepe i KEEPS us drawing on our contra of silk and wool When this there will be no more of this j growing more expensive to produce. 40 Inches Wide, in Black, 1 Drapes beautifully and is of perfect for all sorts of garments if color is chos $4 Printed Heavy Radi Navy-and'tohite, Navy-and-la\ The balance of our purchase of ma t x 1 .11 r_i : a 1 looms are 10 mane otntfr iauncs. /\ i linings for capes and coats. Lower's?Main Fit Pure Silk Sweaters At $14.50 $19.50 Value A SMART summer sports Sweater knitted of pure silk in a plain weave, with long tuxedo collar, turnback cuffs, pockets and belt in a fancy stripe weave. A splendid Sweater to include in one's vacation collection. Sizes 88 to 46. / Block, Narif Blur, White, Buff, j Chestnut, (irntf, trchid, Henna, Fuchsia, Mulberry, Serpentine Blue. lower'.- "rWrni Floor. 8 OOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. ton St. Hace ) i J / ' . zh Coats in 59.75 T ricotine extra sizes 42'/2 to 50'/2? ie three pictured you wil lerized effect, even in the rs and of notched collars, hat brings us to the tailorly express Loeser Quality, nothing better* Some of ire severely plain, simple, d strappings used correctly Tan Only Paris as the most desirable as practical garments for Early Hours Suit will get the "pick" of 5 at least 12 styles, but not kirts at $6.95 elightful colorings. Made ids in the all-wool prunella. Isome Skirts in combinas 26 to 34. >?r. Leather Pumps icks for $5.95 i quality and style of Footcritical. tractive one-strap patent Round toe and low flat p and around vamp. ?r. >/ That Superb 51.98 Yard ict for this splendid fabric contracted amount is sold ?rade at the price, for it is White and Colors summer weight. Suitable sen correctly. ium Silk at $1.59 n, Copcn-and-vhitc nufacturer's surplus. His brilliant silk for frocks and v, >or.