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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, NOV. 4, 1911.
jtJKA KSh Vpl j . r-it nnllstlc Hi lil for the world nf business
SUM AT NATIONAL CAPITAL
By C. S. ALBERT.
(Sim Mil II ii 1 1 ill ii Corn xiint lice.)
WABIIINdTON, I). C, Ucl 2D.
RECEPTION ENDS THE
OF JAPAN'S EMPEROR
k Ni: of the limit lirlllliint affairs baskets will lie Mlcil with mime ns
M Unit bus cvor oiciu ml In lln- tcis mid placed In the center nf the
iiniiiiii was the hull rIvcii last tnlilc .mil pile pink roses mul maid
cvciiIiir nt the Alexander en linlr terns will ho scattered over
YimtiB Unlet h) Consul Gen- the dnnnsk doths, the combination
crnl Uycnn In honor of tho of pltik mid palo lae:ulcr will he
Jnpanesu Kmpernr's birth- cry crfictlvo. I'lico cants, depict-
day. Thu Alcxnmler Yimiiir hotel, h,R scenes i-f Orlcnt-il scones will
with Hh beautiful roof garden, and mark Iho plates r cadi micst 'the
lommodloiis bull moms iuIJoIiiIiik cllh- next houso tn ho IhI cil will ho thu
croud nt tlio Riudon, Is an hlnil placu homo of llidinp mul Mis. Hour) It
for entertaining cspcclnll) In n Hop- ll8t,tk, MUh .nrBucrlto licitnt-
Ira! cllmnto Jlko I onolulu. The lull- t) w, ,llt.,,,,u, nl ll)1o tlull wll
loon.H were h.iiike.1 will, potteil p.,li. ,,0 l,c.nl,,ll ,Cco,atcd !, ,0
and chrysanthemums tropin, Macs .h8,0H ,, In.,,,!cn ,,, rcrlia, Tll0
ZZ". " r".?.." ,I,0J fCLliC: A "uulck spin" will ho t,ken h
""I"'..: .. ' """' MUnim.l.llw to Miss Ilu'l. Aiidcmul
r....i.i.. i.t.n iiiMiummvii nun hum
luillstlc III III for the world of business
lie has in hIc mpld strides mid It now
n member uf the well-known linn of
J II AihiuiH & "o, brokers, of Lot
Aiihctcs. Por ninny Weeks proicdlmt
lur innrrlaRp Mrs. Ntiiclir was llio-rc-
tlphnt of nun Ii so lal ntli ntl"ii, iinmni;
the iniiiiy iltmiut ntfulrs whkh wire
tlvcn for lur In lint neural lnrsc lunch-
mis mul dlunrrs kIviii 1 , Mrs llur
ditle ut 'Sunn) crest," hrr pal itlal
lionie on Ornnpe drove Imulcwiril III
I'asailina Mr Winder lsltcd 1 limn
lulu a few j ears nun, hut this will In.
Ills hrlile's llrxt visit
DOINGS OF THE
iur'Iiir, etc , etc., mi the "out-of-door"
life ot tlie to Islands appeals c pi dully
Mrs i: I). Ilaldwln was npcrnted on
Monday nt tho (Jueen's Hospital for
appendicitis. Tho patient Is uiiiklm;
snrli innlil strides to recovery that
she exis-cts to return to her home on Oelohei, ulvvn)s a fivorlto inontli with
I'unnhoii street next wick .Mih "Utiiuiu brides, lias been productive
llaldvv In Is very popular, and has been Ibis season not mil) of to o nl Im
tho recipient of numerous mm cm . I"itniit iiupllnt events, hut ot u micr-
I ous Interesting nimoiiiicouieiits of oth-
Mnjor Kncster, who was stationed crs to take place In November Do
lor over n year at Schollcld HnrrnckR, comber and oven later In the season.
Is now nt Tort Itoblnson, Nebraska,' Tho latest of these. Hut of Miss
and writes that he likes his new sin Uiulso Pornkcr and Vic lor N. Cash
tlon on the mainland. Mrs Koesler j,, in, uf liar lliilior, Is of ptrt etil.tr
Is vlsltltm relatives in .New torn, ami tciest as Mis I oraker Is one of
later will lslt In WushliiKtoii, I) V ,), .,,. ll()miir K, iH WmdiliiHt m
She will not Ki to Nebraska until s,ci), ner weddliiK Is to take placo
tho May of 1912. ,,,, December, mid Iho fact tlt.it
... .... ...... . ... Ibcy are to reside licit! removot tho
Mr. and Mrs. Iratik I la stead and ... " , .. ,,,, , , ., ., , .
.ii. .., icwrct whit h Is so oflen attc i lint up-
r"yCM..n T ".u, TUZ ! -.Id.,,, when tho ounS pvop'.e
tently m rived fiom the mainland ,t"r,tlcJ" "" ",C'r ,U",U l,ul,,
President (Irimths of Oahu Colleen "cr we,i.nnK tcne.iiiiid ror .lan
mct will, a painful niLldciit reteiill). "" aiinoiinecment or wlililt was
spralnltiK his knee, whlth iimllmd "'"''o '' "e'df, and at which this
him to his homo for a number of ""Ru "f reKfct will be apparonl, Is
lavs Ills friends are ilellchleil to "'" "r Ml Adallno Culp and Henry
see him "up iinil nroiind" iik.iIii Jeffeison iNirtui, Jr., of nlrinliiRhiiiii.
I Ala. Miss Culp has Iiimmi Mipulir In
Cnptnln iiml Mrs. vvuniir siueu on lesmoui encios suite ncr iliiiir, a
tshlrcs, for u short v so bctore RilliK
to New York for the lomalndcr of His
.noiith. Thcj will r nnc lu WashlliR
ton caily In November.
Viscount Chlndi, now .lipiues' nm-
hnsstidor to (!crnn:i, who It Is ie
The new Minister of Chile and Mine.
.Siiaiuz, who have tten In Noiv imk,
tiii in t lly it id tit er simmer re
sults since their iutU.it in this toon
H), have icluriied to Uaililiir.liiii lor
the winter iiml me eHiahllHhed at tho
leRntloii 111 Vermont nveiiuo
Count, Rii) do, Ilulereret, Hie clRhl-)enr-old
foii of Count Conrad dp llulu
seret, once llelRlan Minister at W.ish
IiirIoii and now ieptc3tiitliiR liln
lit Kllltlflt.tl l.llnlut,,. rjiulilnn, .. tie.. '
n"", .in ii.. , iii.i',viii ,ii i,m-
rll; served at The ll.iauo IWft-1'jJO;
in ivuii reiiresenifii nn con n lly as
niuhassador exlui'irdimin mil uilnh
tcr plenlilciitl.r) at St PetershuiY.
Ho was lenlleil fimii thin p ist b)
Itaion Komiira, then minister or for
cIrii affairs or .lap in, to "ti as his
subordinate, and while !!irii Koinu-
i ra was ut I'orlMunutl, and IVklei:
the sleatnei Wllhelnilna Tor Hawaii, llttlo ovei u vo'r pro. a d Iho Rimil! '""k ,,l'irKe "f "'u 'rl "' Hit- roieimi
noil..!, will ..rr...,l li.ir,,,, ttniii. coiimry nt mo imperial conn in ni
nmbassado, to the Un I Sl.es. .ll,c,w",I",r! n? "" I'ltnliwl-ii-
, ,v , ' , " . ' tlar, has arrived heio to atlend tho
. i ".M . . . t"" rrtc School on Massathusetts ave-
c. led In this country l.tvl ir Rn.lti.' lmc 0 , U(. ttlh lllo rallll.
nled from an .Mncrlcm unlverslt) , Mr J()ll ,. S wfu ,
with tho class of -81. ' MHjor-Cenrrnl Story, V S A. who
.The Rreatcr put rf hie eartor.slmo ,1r! , 17:i7 N Mmt ll(,r(,eL
his Riiduitlmi, has been mt-nt In tho ,,, ,,,, , A,I1c,tl, on tho
rnrclRii service of his e untr), sta t- Bttaiuhlp Krooiiland He was acftim
Iiir as a derk In the foreign o'llto In, pi,e,i the ut)itpo Mrs .1. C.
IKSI. Ho was then successive!) co.f .Vescr, it rilfild, who lives In New
wil nt San Traticlsco, consul Ronoral York lie has live btothers and sis-
tlredt of eledrlc IIrIiIs, shaded with
homo on lleietanla avenue, wheio tho
III" ....!.., ..II. t t .,. ..J ..!
.lm,.,iin l,,,,i..n .im. ,-iiisii win no iiijiijeu, iiieeuursciieiiiJ
lllu.trlous one, that will lliiRcr lonR 1 '? c,,,ri' "I,l1ln "U'k ,11";1 R,,n'
In tho menior) of those who were "'? ,lc;.cr.t l" '" ' KneA byM,WI
preiient. Ilctvveen the dances, tho roof k''c" M',-l'','b at I.e.- no.no on Ilc-o-Rtildeu
was thloliRcd with society. 1,nl'1 ?c.""0, lh ,I'cor,lol,, "
folk, and the spettacnlar effect wns ,0 f"""',1,5 '" ,.n0; ,A f'" J 'r0'"-'1'
wonderful, ns tho benullful women.l 1,',slc, I11''1' ttl111 "5l"aiiROs will oc
clad In shlmnierliiR silks, satins and ""' ,llc -cl,lt'r ,,r ,llc '',,le- ' ""'
ehlffotis, hedetked with prleoless Jew- "', clmmlcllcr will b arraiiR'd pile
els and escorted by clvlllnhs In ton- ,llll(-' Hil'o In a shower cfTcct, cnuhl
ciitlminl cvenliiR clothes, or ollkers l,,,,c '" tiioro with tho "llniud iro
III their full dress uiilftii iiih. piom- H"orH. This lioplc.l plant Is oilii
eiiadcd midst tho sellltiR ot palms iinil menled with pile, blm star shaped
Ilnvverli.R shrubs. The ru)8 rrom Iho Unworn, to Iho effect wl I ho bcaull
moon shed a lustre ovor tho scene ful. ATler Iho concliitlon or Ilia en
that would ho imposblhle to produce Jovahlo dinner, the youiiR people will
by urtlllelal menus. That l ono tif motor to Iho OutrlRRcr Club and pir
the advautiiKCH of cnlcrtalnliiR nt the tldpalo In the d.iticc, that Rives every
on lie. mul .inv loiiimunltv. whether promise of n society event. Annum
It ho larRo or small, Is fortunate in those who will paiOtrpila In tho
IuivIiir such an up-to-thilu place for1"pr"Ki'et,',lo djuntjr" hotldo Iho i,U
cnlerlaluliiR. Jk-lweeii tho hoiirH of oiiiir limteiHea nr Miss Marth i Me
8:.".n and ID o'clock, Iho retelvltiR Chcsiloy, Mlsst MtMuurlte Wiidiiini',
paity, ttmslstliiR of Consul Cencrul vtlsM Helen HpaldinR, Miss Ilii7il
tleno, Admiral mid Mrs. Cowles, (leu- Mneklanil, Mr At ill Itenlon. Mr. Wll
eral nntl Mrs. Mmniiih ami tho Jap- Ham MorK.in. Mr. l'eicy Ntittnca M .
niichc vlee-coiiEiil and his wife, Blood Alexander Anderson, Mr. Vol nun Ten
In tho maiika hall-iooni, mul tho liuin- no, jr, Murstoii Campbell, M . I!c-
crous RiiesiR were prcsonioii ny tno m,, .MctJrow, Mr. Walson ll.illon
Hon. A. L. C. Atkinson. After the re- ,jef Mr Cyru nOOK, an,i Mrt w
rcptlon, dancliiR was enjoyed until tlio Hclitintatin
To Spend Honeymoon.
iToiulm nt uiuont; thou who luivu
booked for pusshro on the next vn)
iiko uf tho .MoiiKoll.i are Mr. unit Mrs
Hoy llraillcy Wheeler of Pasadena,
whose vveddlne on tho afternoon of
Nou inner 1 at tho I'ns.idtmi 1'rcfby
trrlan church was cluiractcrl7cd by an
ill Kant e of nppolntiiHiit unit diarm of
detail never surpassed lu that city
lilted for Its fiii.ii t and beautiful wed-
iIIiirs, Mr Wlicckr Is the onl) mui of
nei" that If, heliiR phinneil fur thls!MrH "nbirt J. Ilurd.tte. vvlm with her
ovenln?. Tho dlfforcnt couistM wlll,"""""" """ l,,,l, " "' """
ho Riven nt tho'dlrroient houses. Miss1"-' Jn"e, Hnrditte. spent several do
Mjillo Hcliiiui.mil wlll entertain tlioK"," ,,1","l", '' Hoonliilu last jeur.
cesls t tlie nvstne mid llsh course." J,r nn1 x,rH- Wliecltr wlll spend u
'Iho twenty jouiir peoplo wlll bo soil- f' "' " " Ki'iisldo Hold In tho
ci ni a tablB handsomely decorated " '""aKe m vvnicn wr nun .virs.
wllli jcllovv chDHanthcmimis. The "urdtltf whllid away m many rcst
.lliiner fiicoru will Im Piiiiiihoii lien- ful wet Us, mul It Is probable lti.it the
n.il.ts. i:,d, iiiio of tho hoslossos lus manv frh nils whom Dr. and .Mrs llttr
planned a different color scheme. Kiom "'""c made durliiK their lslt here wlll
Miss Hdiuiuann's homo tho )ouiir mm pleasure in u iir hi me enjoy
peoplo wlll lslt Miss Until Super, mint of this ouuu muple's stay lure
wheio they will parlako of her hos-j Mrs Whrclir was formerly Mls
pllallty. Soirlct oxorl is will Rraco Hdcn HtuiiRliton of I.os AiircIcs, the
the 1,111)10 and tlio fish course will ho il.uiBliter of wealthy and well-known
tcived. rrom (lonoral Sopor's homo, pmple of that dty, and has traveled
iho jouiir people will motor to Miss vvlddy, spenilliiR si ernl )iars of study
Theliiia Mmph)'s, where they will on- nbro.id Mr Winder Is it Hnrvnril
Jo) tlio entree for tho ehibonto cmirm man mid was for wnno tlmo nfter hh
dinner. Tho )oiiiir P'ople will lie Rniduatlon, literary idltnr of tho I.os
tealeil at two tnhlcs. I.iiro fancy Anodes Times, later leavlnc tho Jour
"wco sum' hours." An clnhornlo sup
per was served after 11 o'clock In tlio
larp.o dluliiR room of tlio hotel, that
had hi en elaborately decorated. There
was not it hitch unyvvhero, and tho
imiiiitRcmcnt ot tho hotel deserves un
stinted prnlbo for tho executive abil
ity mid skill shown In takliiR care, of
tlio wants of such a larRO asscmhtiiRO.
An event that is IicIiir keeul) nntl
elpited lij Iho members tf tho )ouur-
cr torlcty set Is tho "ptiuiesslve dlu-
Mlss Nora Svvnnry spent tho week
end Willi tho dniiRlitcrs of Colonel
Wilder at their homo at Sdiolleld
Ilnrracks. This popular jouiir society
Rlrl received much attention durliiR
her visit at tho reRlmentnl post Mrs.
Krnncls Mills 8nnny motored with
lier daiiRhter to lilehu.t Saturday
moriiliiR, hut returned tn town lu time,
to nltend the matlnco nt tint opern
hoiiso, wlih Ii was Riven for tho Kin
derRiirlen and Chlldren'H Aid Society
Mr. and Mrs. IMward lllauchard
have taken apartments at the Colonial
Dr. and Mrs IMuardn left Tuesih)
on the Cliljo Mam for Slianplial.
China, where the former Is In be lit
the head of oue of the InrRcst labora
tories In tho Pni Hast Tho nlarmliiR
toiidlllmi of hulioiilc pl.iRiie Is to be
Htudlid, and drastic measures taken
to cxtcimliialo the epidemic For the
pust ten davs tho doctor and his
charmliiR wlfo have been he Riiests
of Mr. and Mrs Waller Prancls 1)11
llRliiham on .Mount Tantalus.
Colonel Wilder spent Prldav ami
Saturdii) In Honolulu
.Mlsa ZelRler enlei tallied a half u
w,n friends lur.iiiu.illy , leaThuis
lity nflernoon a Port Do Itussy. where
,...,..., ,h visituiR her sister and
brother, Dr ami Mrs. Tultle, IT. s A
Tho suests hrtiiiKlit their Christmas'
"ovvIiir. nntl a pleasant afternoon was
spent. At half after four tea and
dainty refreshments were served.
Among those picRent wero Miss
Zolfilcr, Mrs. Tuttle. Mrs. (J. John,
son of the IT. s. Marino Coips, Miss
l-dltli Cowles. Miss Mnrjorlo Allen,
Miss Kntherlne Stephens, Miss Helen
Itnckvvcll and others
i Mrs. Henry Charles llrown will he
"at homo" to her friends on tlio llrst
and third Momhi)s of eacli month
Mr. and .Mrs. Ilinwn and their ilaiiRli
tor Uuth nro oicupyliiR their nrtlstlc
now buiiRitlow on llast Mauo.i road. .
Mrs. Heni) ()lns ,in,i )(mllK Bon
AUred ariived Tuesday on tho Wll
helnilna. They have been sojourning
In Callrornla Tor tho past two months
Tho Honorable and Mrs Do Yoiiiir
mid two diitiRhters, Miss Kntherlne
nntl .MIbs Ph) Ills, who passed tliroiiRh
Honolulu on tho Maiichurli, en routo
to the Orient. The Honorable Do
Yoiiiir and his family expect to spend
Janiiar) and Pehruaiy ut Cairo, whero
the) have enpuRcd aparlmenlH at Ilia
Shepherd's Hotel. Cairo Is noted for
Its gaiety during tJio winter season.
Tho spring nt I'll wlll bo spent by
tho Do Youngs In Paris. 'Ihn cntlro
fnmlly luivo hectnuo so tufatualed wltli
Honolulu that they have decided tn
return to "Hawaii Nei" next summer.
Tho Misses Do Young nro dovotebs
to horseback riding, sn limning, ca-
v.lth their objci live point the Voli.uni wishes of her mi v nlcu'ls" will fol
HoiiKe, wheio they wlll he Riiesl't for low her to hct luluro hoino In the
u few da)S, planiiliiR a ,ilp to tlio South.
volcano of Kllcaiia
, ('apt nml Mrs. finest mi I MUs linn
Cailnlii mul Mrs Witlltt" Idt mi d,,l. who have bicn traveling lu i;u.
the tiunspoit I'rldiiy evenliiR, eiirpc ror tho past jear, have rtliirn d
mute to their now slnllon nl Kurt i tiv tjneil Slates, and onl) In N i
.l.i), Now York Hiiibor. vcmher exiset to ictiirn lo WiisIiIiir-
ton for tho winter.
II M C. Thnniut HnriliiRlou ami
hit chnimltiR wife luivo taken aparl- MaJ Joseph Wheeler, son of the
uieiils at tho Hotel Colonial 'Iho Into MaJ Cien. Joseph Wlieelei. Is the
former llrlllsh Consul, llalph Pursier,) vh llm or overwork mil his been or-le-rt
rceentl) for Hnropc Tlio new ,crC(1 , ,10 w.iler Heed llospltil
laiRiisn tousui mui ins who '' for observation nn I triMliiicnt.
net u tlie mom lor it nuiiiner oi en
tertajiimentH since their arrival In
Mi nntl Mrs. Zeno K M)crs hivo
moved Inlo the Hdwaid Wiilmn home,
Ho has served as minister nl lie -lln
slnie 1908, and wilt reeentl) re
clved his tltlo of viscount.
A wedding lu Seii.Miirl.il dribs,
which wlll not lake plate lu Wasli
liiRton. however, hut ut tho houiu of
the brliln In St. Paul, Minn, wlll he
that of Miss Hll.i (! Clapp, daughter
ol Senator and Mrs Clapp of .Mimic
sola, and Dr. liny D Adams of Wash
ington Wiiilnerduy, November s, is
the dale scleded for tho ceremony.
Dr Adams, who wlll leavo for St
, Paul about November I, wlll bo ne-
toinpiulid b) Dr S. l-oc.ui Owens of
act as his best
MaJ Wlitcler, who U lu tho Cot t
Artlllei) Corps, has been stlon-,l l ' ttiln city who will
Port limit ink, . J., where his duties ,,, '
nave nccn arduous, nciiig uuilililoiis
and of n nervonu tetiinpr.iiiif.nt 1,,, l,.,u
moved Into the Hdwaid a home. , The M lor r.om Noiwa)
on Thurston nvenun a"d (lit en i strict (I,.P, ',, 0 so of Hour s II cula . Mm" '"J"' nl'" " "" ""
homo" day tho sciond and fmiith
Thursda) of tho monlli
Mrs Kelley nml Mrs Hamilton left
tills week on tho Chlvti Maru for the
Orient They nro planning to return
to Honolulu on tho sixth of J.tuuur)
Man) friends weio ut the nltamer
to bid Mrs John Hllli oil u "Imii toy
iirc" us the transport sailed I ist eveu
Iiir for Callrornla. Tho popular m
dely matron wns ladeiied with Ids
nml Rifls tonslstlng of fruit, books,
candy and (lowers. During Mrs. I'.lll
cott's visit with her' son nml daugh
ter, Lieutenant mul Mrs. Itoss Kings
bur), she was extensively entertained
by the soilety folk df Honolulu. It
was hoped that Captain Hllltott's
ship, tho II S 9. Maryland, would
bo numboieil iimonR the war csbcIs
that have been ordered to Honolulu,
but the ship lias been tudered to
Southern Callrornla Instcnd Mis.j
nilltotl nml her nttritctlvn youiiR
dniiRhtrr expect to winter ut tho'
Coronndn Hotel, while the Mar) land .
Is at San DIcro.
Mrs IMward Tcmicy and Miss Wll-
lielmimt Tenney havo been accorded
a warm vvelrome slntn their arrival
Tuesday on tho steamer Wllhelnilna
Mrs. and Miss Tenney spent tho major J
portion of tlio summer months ut "Tho i
Potter," at Santa Durham, whom I lie
latter enjiijeil Rolling and tennis. Two ,
or tlireo weeks wero spent at ltko
Taboo, which Is a favorite resort with
tlio Island people The lemnlnder ol
their xtslt was In San Kranclt'to,
where they wem Riiests nt tho Palace
Lieutenant and Mrs Howell .in
most ontliuslastlc over their now sta
ton at Port Douglas, Utah. Mrs.
How en was it Miss Spalding of Hono
lulu, and has always been consldeind
ono of tho prettiest girl sin Iho Is- (
lands, as well as numbered ajumiRst
tho most popular ones. After her
inarrlnRo Lieutenant How en wns sta
tioned for over a year at Kort Shutter. I
grave. Host for mi Imlellnlto orlol,
provided for In h s orders, mid in d -cil
fire. It is expected, will put him
on Ills fctl In a short time.
Thu Coiuibc'or or tli- AiHtro-Huii-Railan
Kmhiss) mid Mine. Vot lic-
wenlhnl Lilian, who hue us Ihelr
Mr ami Mrn John W Poster, who
spent the summer at their plain on
fjike Ontario, have airlved lu Wash
IiirIoii for tho winter
The present c of Iho Piesldent nml
i ........ .
lo New London, Conn, finni thullork- " ,'m m Il,p ifK"'m " sprntiRt
. . . a. 4. j. 4. 4. A .i .,. . ''"ring part or November wlll add con-
4. .J. 4. ls(,prily t, (C r.i,, ))f lp H(.u.
Mien tlio Twcntltth Infautr) waK or-1 son there Mrs Taft U expected theio
ilered away, Lieutenant and Mrs In about ten da)s, and will nttupy
liovven went with their regiment A the Pern cottage, whero she will he
cabin was retelved on their arrival Joined by tho President tor a brier
at Port Douglas, and several letters' vacation on ills return from Ills Wcst-
luive rnllowcd. The Trlends of the cm trip.
)oiiiir toiiplo wlll bo Interested to Mrs. Thouins K. I.iurIiIIu or Pitts
know that Hi Ir present station Is burgh, sister of Mrs Taft, already has
consldeied ono of the best lu thu preteded her there and Is domiciled
A I my, nml Hint tho houses nro both at one of (ho Homestead cottages,
commodious und artistic with her two sons.
tcrs, nml all of thin, will toon bo In
lliissla, separated by thousands of
tulles from this little chup, whoo
parents have deslitd for him un edu
cation, partly at least, In a Washing-
ton public sthool
During the vohiro from Antwerp
the bo) made man) Mends lie won
tho tnlilu ptiKfcngi'ih b) bis mitill
uess nml b) thu fad thai lie took III)
separation from his brothers and stu
COST OF WAR
LONDON, Oclohr Jl Tho enor
mous expendllnre that a wur lietvveeti
two ,51 cut Huropean imwera would m
tall tan Im seen from Iho following
details of the tost of the Pranto-C.cr-.
man war or IhTO, which appear In the
current Issue of the Army nnd Navy
"The tost f'totn Jul) I". IS"", to tho
18th of the following Ma), on vvlildi
day the treaty of Prankforl was rull
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tssri.nnu.utio, this being tor war
diarges, properly to called This
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portraits I-atcst styles me now on
display Make )our appolntme'iila
And many a dark m in Is light on
Your Bosom Friend
Will meet wilh kind, courteous treatment if en
trusted to our care, We give the laundry finish
to dress shirt bosoms and cuffs that wins the ap
proval of men who know how to dress. II you
arc not already patronizing this laundry you ought to
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