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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
OF THE U. S. A.
BY ALBERT PAYSON TERHVNE.
Romance of a Young American's Adventures
in the Balkans and His Fight for
a Throne and a Girl.
With Miss Farrar
And Her Geese
ed on J. B. Fagan's Successful Play, Now
Running in New York.
I for s very promlslnc little coneplraoy
on the part of hl relative, PltRM
I Vladimir llalberstadt, pretender to the
, Pnrrovlna throne. Fit a century thr
j Oheritcuea and thr llnlberstadts had
I warred. Intrigued and snxled In turn
for tha throna of Horrovlna. The two
j families hated each other Ilka polaon.
And tha fact an Oberltch Augustus
III. chanced lust now to wear tha
orown did not maan at all that ha waa BY SYLVESTER RAW LING.
folnf to keep on wearing It. I;ul, rw.nu.
Tha King greeted hie alaugMer with , T h " P"
I . h.!vi,.. I Mdmpolltan opera. House
of her ecaretl glance In 'tha direction of A T ,l" "" to of
tlis summer house. '"' ' "'!" mrnta .n.
"Sit down. Irma," he tatd. "I -ave n 'rrl (0 bO seen. Not
coma to apaak to you nn a serious mat- 'ensuae tha borhoWere fall to arrive on
far a matter mat will change your HUM UMf never do W any nlsrht of
whole future and norrovlna'e too." the week -Inn because the treoitvmal
Tha Princess looked at him ra puisled auprraaaxl t.. v . ewpeclally-aocrail-Aleet
eagerness. He meandered on. 1 euNirrlbnrs who ooxsidv the orchsatrv
"Borrovlna la facing a crisis. Tha ehnJri on Monday nights will not alt
treaeury la empty. The pol1e are mur- ; tnnMMk a Inst a.t Th vu ,.. heon
rtarrngM 1012. fef The rrm PuMishtof Oo. (The jars Ti Bwitnf WorMV.
The Princess and the Yankee.
fNT"ONV HAMILTON HAWTHORNE waa where he hed abaolutety no
Fa all lht to be. And lie knew ft.
wkl But. to do him Justice, ha had no Idea Just how little rtt he had
tn be where be ..
He waa lounging bealda a mouv min-dUl In a tumble down old gar
etas, near oberon, capital of the tiny Balkan Kingdom of Borrovlna. Hawthorne's
taasss did not run to aolltuda nor to moldy cardena. Whloh made hit presenoe
Mieee the at ranker.
Xloked out of a anog pollMeaJ job tv a ahlft of admtndatratlon. he had left
turloa and. with Ml friend. Rodney Blake, had made a wthlrlwlnd tour of
Baaope. The two chuma had paused at Monte Carlo. Thr k .
(Teak of Hick and y oarefully hacking the fortune of "No. 6" at roulette. Ilaw-
naa annexed a aum or aomeUHn- over 1100.000.
The Continental papers were full of atorlea of the Anartoan whn u
an Che bank at Monte Carlo. They hailed Hawthorne aa a muflM-mmionalre
ad aa aeveral other laudatory but ob
leotlonabie thlnn. And to escape no
lortoty he had cached hta wlnnlnga In
a an! tca.ee and. with Blake, had mo
tered to Borrovlna until the oenaa.ton
ahouid evaporate. There, under an aa
mad name, he bad reiflatered at Ob
ron'a defunct Casino, whloh waa alao
tiaa clty'a only hotel.
On the first day of hta stavy In the
Hewn-at-heel. liankrupt little eapltoJ
Hawthorne had ons for a stroll In Us
MbuTbs. Curloalty had led him to climb
a garden wall. What he had seen there
bad brouff h.t him back every afternoon,
to tha disgust of 1 Slake, who waa sink
W Ua lead-apd-a!2vs little klafdom and
wanted to see what would happen
Hawthorne and himself and 1100,-
600 abould strike Ptirls simultaneously.
few minute before the stroke of
t aa the afternoon Hawthorne had
flmbod the wall. The sound of siepa
maroo and from Peru to Pompton rve
seen not one soul that Is a patoh on
your Hoyal Hlfhnesal Not another lrl
anvwhere la a tenth so beautiful ao"
"J I must not play the tame If
you re going to talk like thlsl" she In
terpolated hastily. Then dropping back
Into her role of Princess, ahe oon
tlnued: "Proceed with your report, sir.
Speak first of that great country
America." "Well, your Royal Highness." an
swered Hawthorne solemnly, "I'm rlo
latlnit no confidence when 'i tell you
America has every other country beat
en both ways from the Jack."
"And It comparea with BorrovlnaT"
"It doean't Nothing comparea to the
little V. S. A. Aa for thts hole-ln-the-corner
burg of Borrovlna, It needs a
tonic new blood. There's only one
thing In Borrovlna that makes a hit
with me. Bay. let's drop this same.
ahan t weT I ve something more Im
portant to tell you. I love you. I loved
"iri in rupiy. "It a Mlaa Smythe, my
Rnsrltah governeaa." ahe explained to
Hawthorne. "I must go now. I"
"Royal Hlghneaa!" echoed tlhe Ameri
can, thunderstruck, "Royal lIlphnessT
The flutter of a skirt through the
shruhhery sent him scampering back
toward the wall before his amased
question could be answered. Then he
saw the newcomer was nearer tlhan oe
had thought and that osoape by means
of the wa'.l waa Impossible at this late
moment. So he dived behind the pro
tection of the summer houae. At the
same moment the governess came out
Into the cleared spacs beside the sun
dial. "Princess!" she exclaimed, "I have
been looking every Tor you. His
Majesty wishes Oh!"
Khe stoii'cd short, curtaled to the
ground and backed out of the garden,
aa a slender, elderly little man strolled
Augustus IIT.. King of Borrovlna, waa
royal only in hla manners and tn his
cspaclty for spending money that did
not belong to him. This latter accom
plishment had helped to bankrupt hla
country and to make him the most un
popular man In It.
It had alao greatly smoothed the way
eh. mlh fhmi tha hnnu havnnd aani I tM the ilrst minute I"
him into hiding behind a dilapidated I "Yor Hoyal Hlghnesil" Interrupted
eaanar house Just as a very young and I woman s voice from the nearby house
Very pretty irl entered the garden. The "Presently. Mid.-moleelle," called the
(Sri moved forward eatrerly aa tf ex
kteodn some one. A shade of wlatful
reaa oroaed her faoe as ehe found the
pla.ua seemingly deserted. Reaching the
Suti-dlnl she leaned down and kissed Its
tHsmberad face. Then, turning quietly,
he discovered Hawthorne oomlnaT out
of his hiding place.
"I bope I didn't frighten yu," he
stammered, "You you were expecting
me, weren't you 7"
""Why should I be expecting yonT' she
baked, wltli an effort at aloofness.
I "I oant Imagine" he returned, meek
ly, "except perhaps because I said I'd
be here. Why why were you kissing
"Beoauss U said ft was 0 o'clock'' was
the odd reply.
"Oeel" he murmured. "In my time
I've wished I was a lot of things. Hut
this la the first time I ever wishe l I
Was E oVloolc But why does that
especial hour make sure a hit with
"Oh," evaded the girl, "It's-lfs as
Igood oa hour aa airy. Isn't ft?
"A million times better, l'vs known
that aver since you told me you walk tn
this garden every afternoon at S.
Over In our country we oall a aun-dlaJ a
"lovers' olooki' You see. when lovers
meet they forget there's such a thing
as Wine. And a sun-d'.al's too sympa
thetic, to bawl out the hours at them the
Way a regular clook does. It doesn't
tick a pious warning that the seconds
are passing. It nevor wakes luvers
from a love's dream. Good old sun dial "
"Then," laughed the girl, 'I'm glad I
biased It I hate to hear tt's time to
go. Don't you?1'
"It's the one thing I do hate to-day.
Bey not that It's any business of mine,
as you were about to repartee why
were you auinriing by the sun-dial the
first day I oame here? Were you kiss
ing at & o'clock then?"
"No. I waa giving audience. "
"Audience It's a foolish little game
I play sometimes. Don't laugh at me.
I waa pretending this wna my court.
I was giving audlenoe to a hero t
preserver of our country. Then I looked
np and aaw "
1Me. You looked Ilka a prtm-eas out of
a story book. I wondered why you epoke
aa you did. Sny, It'a a dandy game
Iet'e play It again. You can preten I
jrore a royal princess the Princess of
florrovlna 'If there Is onev-and I'll ho
I'll be Let's sea' What sort of a face
oerd ah all I bs?"
"The Minister of Foreign Affalra'" ahe
astern delightedly, entering Into the
spirit of ihe name. "I've sent you
round tha wortd to report on other
nations and you've Just returned. Now,
enter the royal presence."
Hawthorne started forward with as
much of an amiboasadorlal air aa at
"Hello, Princess'" s!d he. "How are
they running? I'm Juat hack from
around the world. Thought I'd drop In
"Nol No!" laujrhel the R1 In rom!
despair. "That Isn't the way lit nil
You tnuet advance and kneel before me
and kiss my ban I and no, no! Not
lka that!" she broke off, as Hawthorne
airomptly flun ." himself on his kneel and
covered her little uutstrctched hand
That's all wrong."
"Is It?" he sighed. ' W' nt pMjr! I
Hked thet part "est of all. What do I
"You have fiur gracious leave to make
votir report," sin- said In pretty atatull-
"Well," declaimed Hi.m thorne, "at your
reral comnnind I've encircled the globe.
I're sure travelled some. And I hsve to
from Xsvmtohatka to Kaia-
growlng for many a year. Thla aeason
It Is hecoeiie e pesTtlleTH'e. fin the open
Infl n ght, a week ago. when Utile Miss
liorl made her delxut. ami In. t trlaot.
"Becauas the country Is poor?"
queried Irma. "Hurely money Isn't
necessary to happiness."
I cjin't asv from nersflffisl emrl-
ence," grimly retnrled the King. But "" ' "' waa ine inr,
there's a general Uitprt-salon to that the last act waa spoiled for opera lovers,
effect. Hoeever, money la not our only No soonrr as the cetrtntn up than pairs
trouble. There Is a growlni datiKer and quartets legan to r;.w end push
ftom the House f HnliieratadL Prince irT esav ou. mor, or leas no-
Vladimir has never ceaaet Intriguing Lanaea ih. asaaaa e atkata saaSaaaai.
fOr mTI rrirt.m ,, j hmMmm C A. MS
Prlnoe lad1mh-r" ahe broke in, " '", " - ' Z-1 1
nrllv "Tlnm, T h.l. hlmt I ha I. tllTn " " W"'""J'"" '"'v""
role, and with proper consideration for
art K ill Jorn. aa the Kind's Son, at-
Ithouih b vottregagd in t.:.ite that he
I was ni tvoua, nevet a niir or noted tha
port bettrr. ttto or w is the same
lovable fkldiaf and Ada no Hldur irvl
AHet ; lit'iaa wire aa talMI as ever as
tlie Woodcutter and the t-miniiker.
l'lnl-'o - i na tha Innkeeper, Itlta KornH
as Lh Klinkajapai'fl UatlaThtgf, and Mafia
Matt ft k) ns t'ie St i . einald were excel
lent. Mircel Reiner rw the enlor
OOVItBllOI and Jtlllul Bayer wns the
Tnllor. I'leo (ftacolgna satiR and acted
the littlx Wtt thai fail to toe principal
child rmtirrallv and effectively.
The new. timer waa I. Ha It son, who
made ner debut aa the will h. the 'har
a'ter orestsl ry liOUiaS Homer. M!sa
Kobeson was dlscoveril by Mine,
iladski 8h JiiaMfle,l ttm Eadrofiti prlmn
donna's Jielgment of her napaoltlea by
alrwrlnt and acting well atel showlnrf
ortfTlnaHty In her makeup.
Atfre.1 Herts ,oriducte.i with hla ac-
ctrstonel akin and the orchestra atd
i 'nir is ami st.tre iresentat1on were all
that aoMM be iiealred.
Miss famr'g geeae seemed to be er
pariaa i I notiys. althoiu;h, pro'iablv,
tie sajft I Raw flock Thry took the
nt . if the slave at every opportunity,
"ii r twice the llooso I:rl had to
w rk hard to control them, to the un
reatralned lauahter if the amllen-e, in
iteh Miss l-'arrar herwelf heartily
Snaals Was Ills lleath rtlrge.
Wli e bis .l.inirhter f'.lsm wns plsvlng
ItectlKnen'a Sonata Psthetbue In the
pnrhir of h!s home. John teh.lman. fifty
vearj eld. of No 1U Ilonil street, llrook
lyn. went to an adjoining room yaater
lay and attempted iuMde by drlnktn
OMwd9 a id He died later In the Holy
rami I y lioapltal. (entd1n;un. who hid ,
statu nery atore at No HI FVn! tre-:t,
bad aufered am-erely from healaches
for some time.
Tn"F.W YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER
Wr t rifttl Arse
r in k
as bitterly as if I'd really seen him In
anoa of Irrttaraig anno-yance. Nothing
stead of only hearing how abominable i b" the pron orWal A.merloan pdlsteneaa
fxmw have prevented viarorous hissing
and sreN, perhaps that woued have
bean regarded a oomjrtsment try the
offendara Hmall wonder that Euro
peans shrug hJr ahotnden and amdlle
aa they aagr: "Ob, yea! Yon Americans
hasse ties money to htre Carassna and
Tetrsjulrits and Tttta RuAos, hatltl"
The opera waa Hunvpardtnok's
"Koenlgektnder," with a familiar cast,
save In on particular. Mlaa FVrrar
: ' ,'ei's'l her oharmlng (mpersonatlon
of the Goose OeW, Nerw glendemeas has
mads hei to the eye more youfhifui.
more aeraVs, mors graceful, :nore win
ning, hut she haa lost something of the
nasve atmpllrlty that stamped her orig
inal creation, substituting for it ths
artlfloe of experience that !a not auN
flclent compensation. She sang In good
"Why." faltered the K!ng la oonfu-
slon, "that makes It very awkward, Ir
ma. For, ths faot is, everything la
changed now. Prance Vladimir and I
are dear friends,"
Friends?" gaapad Irma. inoreduloue-
"The very heat of friends," her father
aaured her, "and you mustn't hate him
any longer, my dear, because, you eee.
you era going to 1s Prince Vledtmlre
"Oh, nol IPa you're Joking! It isn't
"In diplomacy everything Is possible.
A treaty was slgnsd to-day between
myself and Vladimir hetween the
house of Obtrltch and the house of
Halberetadt. And after spending a 1
crmtuny at each other's throata we're
falling on each other a necks."
"And 1 am to marry hunt Marry a
man I hate? A man I've been taught
to hate because he is the enemy of our
"Can you smegma a more fitting re
venger "But I don't want to marry htm. I
don't wan i to marry anybody""
"You Inherit that from me, Irma. I
didn't want to marry, either. But I
did It. And my only child Is a daugh
ter, which mnkea my sacrifice useless.
It is your turn now, dear, to sacrifice
You can do your country a tremendous
service. You can aave It from bloodshed
and revolution. This treaty Is a great
benifU to Borrovlna. It Insures us per
pstusl peace and security. It makes
Vladimir and yourself my antecessors on
"But," cried the Princess, "tf I had to
marry at all, why couldn't I merry
some one I love?" And her glance again
atrayed toward the aummer house.
That Is the price of royalty, my
dear." answered the King. "The seat
of royal affections Is not In hi heart,
but In the Foreign Office. Co.-ne, come,
little girl I You mustn't cry. Prl tce
Vladimir and the Chancellor will be here
In a moment. I told uhem to wait until
I had broken the newa to you. They
mustn't find you crjin;. There, there!
Remember, this marrtags is not forced
on ua We consent to It willingly,
"For ths sake of our country," she
whispered, more to herself than to the
King. "To bring peace and safety and
happiness to the dear land I love. To
serve the kingdom hhat Is dearer to me
than all the world. Yes, it la worth the
sacrifice, no matter how terrible that
sacrifice must be."
"That's right I" approved ths King
"That's a good, brave little girl. Sol
He took her by the hsnd and stood
beside her In the garden walk, a certain
dignity ennobling his meagre figure.
The girl, too, forced herself to choke
back the tears that blinded her and to
stand proudly at hsr father's aids to
receive the group of men who were
coming forward from the palace
Anthony Hamilton Hawthorns took a
Quick step forward from his hiding
nia AS h.hlert th. k I rimer h,m.. Bla '
bronzed facs had gone dead white. His
alert eyes were ablaze. And hla mus
cular body was tense.
"History Is going to he made here In
a minute or two." he muttered under
his bresth. "And meybs Trouble, too.
And. as usual, the U. S. A. Is going to
be right on the spot whon things begin
to happen. Now for 111"
(To He Continued.)
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flarmlnal Tooth Pow1sr. .. C5 alss
Rublfoam 36 sls
Kolynos Tooth Pasts X slis
Penoilils I si Pnata 26 alls
lloyal Tnnth I'owilar
snri Paste, eaoh Ifi alts
Pr. Urav.'a Tontli Powder Ji sits
. I '2
T5 cent slae . .
Mat Water Battle No. 2
White, Red or ('homlnte
Ituiiber -rea. ....
: ,insrt Fountain Hyrlnae
9 liaed rubber tubea UK
Aluminum Kaay II ad Pans.. 1.16
Hafa Spoirt Irrlaator whits
snamel. with flttlne
I.avol'e Whirlpool Vastnal
Kuhber Household (lloves.
Ilubher Sneet IntrIM yda.
drey or White HSnsunal
Rspld Flow Fountain
Syrilnae red rubber
Kapld Flow RyrUiae Tublna
UlUette Indeatruatlble Metal
Combination Hyrtnae will
last a llf stlms
60 cant slss
Westphal'a Auxlliaor.... 11.00 slas
Walnutta Kalr 8taln slsa
Canthros tthampoo.. . .60 alss
Hag Bhainpoo 16 slss
Dendenlne ss L00 ali.
iHindertne P '
ixandstins 16 alia
Hay's Hair Health 50 slss
n.itir. it RantadeU'a
(!oM I'rram 50 slss
Hind's Hone: Almond
I'nmpeian Crt am
rciTlde Cold Cream ..
Casaaeast ice in boa ...
Jeriten's Talcum Pw-
dor rose and violet
lava Face Posnler
Stein's ThentrlL'Al Face
Powder. aas.td tint...
Pure Wltoh H.issl
ornnna Kike Klorlda...
Crown HmelWna Halts...
Peroalde of Hdroen..
Allen's Foot F.iis
Tlr. f.rr Achlnx Fest
Royal and Jeratn'a
. else Oil
.26 alee .10
t else JIH
.16 alse a
N elee JM
. ets. T
K alee .IV
Inn rtel Tr.oth
Oanulna French make
variety Of handles
rex. I to
Another lot-ro. .15
Imr-.rted Hand Scrubs and
Nail llruahas -solid liscks
.'Jl and .SO
Carved H indie Path
llriiahea solid tack M
Ruth riruahes ilctachable
carved handles 8
Ivory Celluloid Set--comti,
bruah and mirror
In lined boa 16 JI
Nnll llrushas "
tjiiiairtcl I lair llrushes
solid hack l . -U to$l
Hair Pruehee pure bristle t
Keep t'lesn llulr Hrushes
all styles "O
Huhb-r Preaatna Combs 41
HwanaiVown I'utra J
Completion Hrushes '9
Wool Psds 10 to 1
Dr. Prsy's Diimaod Enssasl
16 cent slas
10 ot. Payne's Blsctrte Nail
Rloaoh. Paats and Enamel... each
ct. I.ustrlts Nail F.namal
10 ct Dr. 1 'ray's Onaallne
11 rt. Boudoir Toilet Pumice
28 ct. Manlcurs Bet
I ct. Emery Boards -dosen
II ct Oranao Wood Sticks-doa....
71 ct i 'ham. lis Nail Uuffsra
Ivorar, with case
16 ot. steel Pocket Nell Ftlaa
61 et. Manicure Bclssors
IH and 4 ln.-h .
SPECIAL DURING THIS SALE. . To purchasers of aU rakes Palm OHre Soap
(49 cents . a Fifty-cent bottle of Shampoo FREE.
Couch Covers from "Ryer" Mfg. Purchase
6,800 of These Alone
M . 1 1 ... - KMneka mt tlila mat mire
vne oi ids iiiiini sssiasa ..v v. - r (
. . . .... A a . . 1 wlj. m MHilwfiil vsnstv
iYl Hjority ov vu oo uinin, w.uv arassaasvawi .sma1
U N Couoti Covers 8.08 I MM Oouoh Oarara
MM A V, us Conoh Covers 8.08 1 ILH Couoh ("overs. .
18.98 Couoh Covera 2.40 I IL4I Ceuaft Cavera.
M ct Couoh Oovere shmmmii .88
The Ryar Manuiactunng company, aiw rmn " Vr , T. .u 7
stock we purctiaaea, ownaa large muia m rauuauu, wwmw : Z T
not only for the genural trade but produead many specially fine fabrlca for
orators and furniture manufacturers.
12.00 to 2.00 14
Flnclleh (ihloken Pie. Ptoklss.
Sao Puddlna or Neapolitan lee Cream.
Tea, Coffea or Milk.
USB SHOTTING CrUtOB.
Tfcay Sate Teas aaa TrswUs.
Every Clark Gives lasaa.
Can Bs Uasa m All Deesrtassats
Whether Geed. Are Seat er Teka
MORNING SPECIALS To-morrow, Wednesday, Until 1 P. M
T.J prevent dealeri huyine. quanrJUee reetiicted No Mall or Telephone Oi
(I.Z9 Bahies' Fine Silk Caus .7
Poplin or Ilenaailne French and
turnhack styles rlhbon trlm'd, silk
lined and Iriterltiiud sites to 3 yra.
INKANTH' IlBIT. HKCuNIl nXR
71 and 95 ct. Bon' Trousers . 50
Illoomers and Knickers- woreteds,
casalinerea. cheviots and corduroys
A to II years.
BUY' OUbTrJIMQ -THIRD TUiOB
t2.2f Tspestry Coach Cetera J.57
60 Inches wide- Turkish and Kssh
asx designs- laraa assortment
t 'ln(iltTBrVY UA.SjaU.NT.
12 rt. FrstNer Proof Tirsinee 14
llerrlnuhone twill aes ited stylse.
TICK I Mi -l ll.i.HKrKNT
29 ct. Linan Murk Towels 19
lit.ii wide dam as It burflera. wraata
lor inttirii - hemiiictt,
Towtii m UN rijooa.
$!.49 Stripcrl Tall.ta Wstt 157
Navy, Mark and hrown with w"ilte
at ri ii. a t;u."r-il with rolltn llolies-
plerr., oollar- or net yoke ami euffs
II. SI Leather Hand Beat 100
lo-lnrh ftamea- leather llnsd wttJa
purac irtlt or funmnta.1 finish.
LKATHI.Il UOODi -MAIN KUOOlt
24 snd 29 rt Kitted Sawina Bo. ft ... .IB
I.sran else Teea atid red leather.
atte picture top a alft tu : nht
any Ultle flrL
$7.98 and $8.98 Miatrt' Rain Coats 5.1'J
llublirrtted Tan Poplin s'.rspbaok
patoh pockets convertible collars
II to H earK.
vilKS phit siND KUioR.
D ct Wnn.en t Mt.mish Kid Glstis ... M
clasp -all si as.
M Vl no ut
New tuns . t . ,
plerie ct,llar--or net yoks
panel sffsoj wltii I'liilna.
VYAIMTe II I i 'vn rU
19 rt. WhirM-ord! it, inch .29
Fine arurstl 1 rt r, lis 1' cadet, KariM't,
broa'ti, navy und Mack.
iittKrw 'i.hiim maim rtn
12' . rt. W men's Fanry Mandkarrhiefi 7
Eicnb'd ail aroutw lovely patterns
for aprons, covarii scarf.,, i n. ".it
ii NiiKi in 'ii i mm UAIN I I1UK.
98 rt. Larte Double Winn 43
Alao f.ather bands- white or black
and .v twti
UAl VmialMIMCM TlllltH KUioB.
98 rt. Womn'i BUck Petliroatt . .74
Siitecii-pleated or rufri 'd fl lancea
raTrTltxMTa -wnM' riaxisV
29 tt. Silk Mitr.l Ponji.t IS I
p.un strips son inn aunj iiif
kaht an i dara olora
WAM DHaMM I vnilb s -u.i l.MUMT.
89 It Blsck Sitin Mamllaji . . 8
3.', Inch rich, lustrous Quality tar
handsome o 14 ts. lulta, dress ss, etc
slUKl MAIN PUrOH,
29 rt. Cm Qm Silts and I'aae. rt. . . .
Sterling silver or pearl Inlaid
JKWKI IIY MAIN FU.i.lt.
Ciaok Hlans Denote Morulruy Specials.
Leek tar aaa Ossslaal