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THE WASHIJGTOir SEBAIP, JTHTPAY', XASCH 26, 1911.
THE week-end Is reflecting the
gayetles of ml-Caxeme, -which. In
fact, were not as gay this year
as they have been In other
seasons. This Is offset by the unabated
gayeties of the entire Lenten season.
Seldom has dancing been a feature, of the
forty das of fasting and self-denial
which the Christian world observes an
nually, but it has had Its Innings this
j ear. utile Sunday entertaining- has not
grown less since Ash Wednesday dawned.
Therefore, any gaieties last Thursday to
celebrate mi-Careme would have had to be
of unwonted brilliance to make a show
ing Mrs. Wadsworth's fancy dress ball,
a special feature of ccry winter for
-some j ears, was omitted, but Mrs. Hen
derson filled the date with a dance for
joung married and unmarried people,
and, truth to tell, some older ones, too.
Mrs Henderson is one of tho little co
terie of -women woo hae found the
fountain of jouth and who arc dancing
some ot the ancient but modernized fancy
steps and movements of which the mod
ern dancers hae been the inspiration.
Their Grecian costumes are among their
most treasured possessions, and an In
truder or unobserved witness pf the pan
tomime performance of these so-called
Ureriun exercises would consider himself
ir spookland, it the were not explained
to h'm This, ne ertheless, is the cause
of the complexions growing brighter and
fr.?her. the carriages more erect, the
t-ps lighter, and ft is even hinted that
the digestions are improved All this Is
the ix u e for the Icnten dancing
There .ire still manj fashionable peo
I it who disapprove of the Lenten
festivities Thej are much the same class
ho art f-owning upon bridge that is,
briugt v Uh the cashing in of the chips
at the .lose of the game, for this is not
the iJn-tption but the rule, even in friend
Kan On of the most popular rec
tors in hpj- opal circles in ashington
i t uiitltd his tlock rtcenth bj an
nouncing to them that a request for a
1 t t ot transfer would be refused an
mimbc of his parish who plaved bridge
f ash. for a letter of transfer, he
s ii I was onU for members in good stand-
- p h' aid not consider such a pcr-
r n 1 tatcgor
. fpsm tics for the diplomatic b-ide
en J l idegrojm Count"ss L.uise-Alcan-
BirntO'-ff loingl known as
i link countess and Count Pour
Hi. la L made the past week b-ight
an! ga There has been a dinner part
ai o i r night and the friends of
th ng bride and her motner have
Urupi cj n at the embassv for tea and
to s f thr beautiful collection of wed
iln gifts Tluse have come from alf
parts of the world, and comprise a mag
n li 'nt collection of rare gems unique
sile valuable linen and sparkling crj
tal n most cvervthmg which the imagi
ne on .in puture Fortunate indeed are
the per fnal friends who have been al
1 w 1 this glinipve it the prettj ,things
h i t ii in idesmaids has tntei
lain d t ( bridal partv and the President
in I M-- Taft have been their hosts at
a t. nn. i and d inte following Rumors
elf n l dv ring about each and everj
om ff the bridesmaids of the countess,
excepting Miss Mat whose engagement
t i M Robert Baton is alreadv an-
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Benjamin Panella gave several selections
on the harp and violin Mrs Giles fccott
Rafter, a member of the Mothers' Con
gress presided and gave an Interesting
hve-minutc talk, as also did Mrs Mor
gan lewls. superintendent of the Bojs'
Among other numbers on the pro
gramme were kindergarten songs, tab
and whose marriage will be one leaux from "Mother Goose Rlijmcs."
the taster festivities These rumors violin solo bj Miss Elizabeth Graham.
nnet the German bmbassv. one of the accompanied bv Miss Helen Mcrriam.
bnct portfolios, and the Italian fc.ni- recitations bv Clarence Childs, Esther
bolomon Vttille Giuliani. Herbert Solo
mon, Thelma Busm. Ruth Rammling, and
Henrv Schul. songs "Merry LJfe ' and
"Loves Old Sweet Song," b teachers
and pupils, and piano solo bv Katharine
Sanders A talk on the "Iscntlals of
1 i v with the little group of maids, but,
after oil rumors ar onlv bubbles or
lri mi al wave
Miss Taft h-u been counted m on all
t if festivities for the bride and bride
groom of to morrow and not one of them health and happiness.'" by Dr Charles V
winbigier, was one ot tne principal ica
Itures of the evening
would have seemed complete without her
Thi is a reminder of another bit of news,
wh h is not a rumor, but stated as a fact
I a close friend of the White House
lud that she has tasted of the delights
of -Liiet as the most feted debutante of
the sCjson and at the end of It has
signed her name to the class of juniors
in Br n Mawr College next vcar This
va reallv hinted at bv Mrs Taft at the
1 eginning of the administration, when a
possibi'itv "C introducing her daughter
to soi iptv was discussed She well knew
her daughters love for books and studv
and her laek of real love for the social
bjtterflv life In fact, she said then that
tvfn tl ouh she spent a season or so in
the White House as a debutante, she
might nturn to her college life Socletv
-would indeed grieve over uch a step,
I ut could not fail to admire the pluck
and wisdom of the voung woman Nor
would anv one who knows Mls Taft be
in the least surprised at her action Her
colleen I'fc did not spoil her for socletv,
nor will socletj spoil her for a success
ful career in college It is the social
r rrle in Washington which will suffer
bv her departure
Mrs Waiter L Fisher wife of the new
Secretary of the Interior will not come
to Washington until quite late in the
spring, from present indications They
have a large familj, and since Mr Fisher
assumed the duties of his Cabinet po
sition scarlet fever has broken out in
their home circle, and he made a hurried
trip to his Chicago home carlj In the
week There are eight children in the
familv Mrs fcisher was formcrlj Miss
Mabel Tavlor of Boston, a college woman
and a woman of much wealth She Is alo
the joungeft hostess in the Cabinet circle.
Commodore and Mrs Edward F Qual
trough entertained at bridge followed bv
supper on Tuesdav evening Among
their guests were Mr and Mrs William
Farnham. of New Haven. Gen and Mrs
Irwin, of Chicago, Col and Mr Svmons.
Count and Countess be kendorff. Dr and
Mrs Alexander Migruder Mr and Mrs.
Edward McCaulej. M- and Mrs Will
iam R Merriam, and Dr. and Mrs Cha
tard Miss Marion Wise entertained at i
small tea ycsterda at Jo clock
The list of patronesses for the perfor
mance of Princeton Triangle Club, at the
Columbia Theater, on Tucsdaj afternoon.
acted the part of the statue come to
life, presented .Mr Claudy with a large
bunch of carnations, as a token of ap
preciation and gratitude from the mem
bers of the Gcsillig Lltcrarisclier Vercin
That the 1511 Senior Prom of George
town University, which will be held In
the .New Wlllard ballroom on the even
ing of Fridaj, April 21, will be the most
successful one In the history of the
unlvcrlt is now assured The combined
committer representing the collegiate,
dental, law, and medical departments.
has been working earnestly for the pa--t
three weeks and reports indicate that in
point of decorations and programme the
Prom will rival anv like function ever
held in this cit. The subcommittee in
charge of music have engaged the United
States Marine Band for the evening
On Fridav night Dr Cain and her
daughter. Mi's Ruth Fuller, of 1202 Q
street northwest, gave a novel enter
tainment for fifty of their friends bj ex
hibiting, through the courtcsv of Mr
Tom Moore, at the Lafavctte Theater,
three motion picture plavs in which Dr
Cain s daughter. Miss Mary Claire Fil
ler, a Washington girl, plavs the leading
role. At the close of the exhibition the
partv was escorted to the home of Dr
Cain, where luncheon was served
Mrs Frank Lvtnan Dunncll, of New
York, announces the engagement of her
April IS. will be announced in a day or daughter. Miss Clara Barnes Danforth.
to Mr Francis Bacon Hamlin, son of the
late Rev Dr Tcunis S Hamlin, for jears
pastor of the Church of the Covenant. Mr
Hamlin is a graduate of Yale, class of '03
The Frcnih Ambassador and Mme.
Jusscrand went to Annapolis vesterdav
afternoon to attend the tea given bv the
admiral of the French squadron, on board
the flagship Gloria, when a brilliant dance
was the feature of the entertainment.
Mme Jusscrand received the guests, as
sisted by Viscountess d'Azj. wife of the
naval attache of the French Embassy.
Others who went down for tho festivity
were tho Naval Attache of tho Austro
Hungarian Embassy and Baroness Prcus
chen, the Naval Attache of the Russian
Embassy and Mme Vassilief. Miss Har
riet Wadsworth. Miss Gl.idjs Hinckley,
Miss Laura Merriam. Miss Helen Lee,
Miss Miriam Crosbj. Hli Sophy John
ston. Miss Katherine Britton, Miss Ma
rion Wise. Commander Retzmann, Mr.
Reginald Huldekoper. MaJ Horton. Lieut.
Little, Lieut. Long. Mr. Charles Richard
son. Mr. William Bowie Clarke, and .Mr.
At the Arthur School last Wednesday
evening parents and teachers met for a
social evening and an informal discussion
of means of securing the best possible'
conditions for the children of that neigh
borhood. The kindergarten room, prettily deed
rated with plants, spring flowers, and
flags, was crowded. Tho earlier part of
the evening was devoted to an attrac
tive programme, furnished by teachers
and pupils, while Messrs. Nlckolaa and
two The title of the new plav of the
Triangle Club is "Simplv Cvnthia" and
the words and music as usual, are entire
ly the work of undergraduates of the
Dcr Gcsclllg Lltcranschcr ' crein met
on the evening of baturdav. March 18. at
the home of Mis Anita Schide, the pres
ident. Members and friends of this lit
erary assocl-itlon were given an oppor
tunity to hear several of the most import
ant scenes from "Faust" read in the
English translation of Mr Frank Claudy,
vice president of the club The trans
lator himself, assisted bv Miss Dann
hoff and Miss Sehade, read the mono
logues and scenes in the original, while
Miss Amy C Leavltt gave a most credit
able reading of the excellent translation.
wnicn in many instances surpasses that
or Bayard Taylor Miss Standlford open
ed the programme by singing Siebel's
song from "Faust " The first act of W.
S. Gilberts famous comedy, "Pygmalion
and Galatea," translated Into German by
Mr. Claudy. was also given, at the close
of which. Miss Anita Schadc. who had
I. E. MILLER,
Formerly with Parker
Bridget, wishes to announce
the receipt of his new spring
materials, including all the
For an indefinite time
1121 14th St. N. W.
Telephone North 2779.
Sliss Carolyn Jones and Mr. Richard
Cook Tllghman were married list evening
at S o'clock at the residence of the bride's
brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs.
A A Cedarwald, 321 N street Bishop
Harding performed the ceremony, which
was attended by relatives and a few in
timate friends. Mrs Cedarwald acted as
maid of honor for her sister, and Mr.
Welding Owen acted as best man
The marriage of Miss Willma K. Ar
mor, of Hyattsvllle, Mil. and Mr. Will
iam A. Scott took place last Thursday at
noon at the parsonage of the Bethany
Baptist Church, the pastor, Kev. H T.
Stevenson, officiating In the presence of a
small party of relatives and friends.
DINNERS AND LUNCHEONS.
Mrs Taft and her house guest, Mrs
Holllstcr, of Cincinnati, wcro tho guests
in honor for whom Mrs Lurton, wlfo of
Mr. Justice Lurton, entertained at
luncheon yesterday at her home In I
The Italian Ambassador and Marchesa
Cusanl Confalonleri entertained at din
rer last evening in honor of the Vice
President and Mrs. Sherman The other
guests were the Japanese Ambassador
and ' Baroness Uchlda, the Peruvian
Minister, Mr Pardo; the Norwegian
Minister and Mme Brvn, the Charge
d Affaires of Persia and Mme. All Kull
Khan. Miss Breed, sister of the latter:
Marquis di Bugnano; the Counselor of
the Japanese Embassy and Mme. Mat
sut. the Naval Attache of the Austro
Hungarlan KtnbiMjr and Baroness
Preuschen, the Military Attache of the
Spanish Legation and, Mm. Urcullu. Miss
Townsend. Miss Putnam, Donna Beatrice
Cusanl, the first secretary of the Peru
vian legitlon. Mr. Freye; Mr. Buelle, of
the Mexican Embassy staff; Mr. de
Hedrl. of the Austro-Hungarian Em
bassy, Mr. Centaro, and Mr. Fara Fornl.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Hammond
entertained a distinguish -'company at
dinner lait night- The guests Included
the Mexican Ambassador and Mme. de
la Barra, the Chief Justice and Mrs.
White, the Swedish Minister, Count
EhrensvartU Gen. and, Mrs. Leonard
Wood, Assistant Secretary of Wax and
Mrs Oliver. Representative and Mrs
David G Foster Gen and Mrs Sharpe,
Mr and Mrs i' n Norton, Mr and Mrs.
Truman H Newberry. Judge and Mrs
William Hunt, fcir Robert -nd Uidy Hid
Ocld. Mr and Mrs Prc- on Gibson, Mrs
Oliver Cromwell, Mrs riorehrad. Mis
Miriam Crosbv Mi-s Munson. Ml-s
Hovle, Gen Crozler. Mr A Pntt
Andrew. Mr Ucnajmin D Cable, Gov
Magoon, and Mr Nabokoff
Miss Helen Taft was t"e guest of honor
at dinner last night of Mr and Mrs
lYank B Noves and their daughter. Miss
The S-WI--S Minister and Mme Rltter
entertained at dinner last night in honor
ot their house guests. Mr. and Mrs
fciohll, of Philadelphia and New York
Thev went later to the musicale at the
Mr Charlemagne Tower, of Philadel
phia, will entertain at ? dinner at his
r-omc on Fridav. April 7, in honor of
sieikcrs ut the Saturday session of the
tilteenth annual meeting of the American
cademy of Political and feocial feclence
Secretaries MacVeagh ind Nagel prob
ably will be present
ter, Ruth Jones, Gladys Block, Ella
Oppenhdroer, Hortcnae Brylawski, Mar
guerite Kaufman, and Sara Koenigs
berger. Mr. and Mrs. S. a Richard and chil
dren, who have been visiting In Rich
mond, Va., the former home of- Mrs.
Rlcbardv haye returned to the; city.
Dr. and Mrs. Adolf Rosenthal, of
Hempstead. Long Island, and Mrs. Rosen
berg, of New York, who were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fischel, returned to
Miss Evelyn Sampler and Miss Gladys
Block, both of the Fairmont Seminary,
left yesterday for New York, where they
will remain for a fortnight.
Mrs. Louis Silverman left rinrtnt- the
past week for Atlantic City.
Mr. G Hellprin, who has been spending
a few days with his daughters. Minna
and Marloi, in New York, has returned I
to the city.
President Taft, who will go to Newport
in August for the dedication exercises
of the new building for the Newport
branch of the Army and Navy Y. M C
A. accompanied by Mrs Taft, will be
the guest of Mrs Thomas J Kmcry,
donor of the building, at her summer
home in Marlcmont, at MIddlctown
The Secretary of State and Mrs Knox
returned to Washington yesterday from
Palm Beach, where they have spent the
past few weeks
Mrs Earl I Brown, wife of Capt.
Brown, Engineer Corps, U S A.. Is
here with Capt. Brown, who Is stationed
in this; city. She has recently come from
Wilmington, N. C.
Mrs Fremont, widow of Admiral Fre
mont, who died on March 7, while in com
mand of the Boston Nav y Yard, has leased
her house, 2119 R street. In this city, to
Count and Countess Scckcndorff for the
spring Mrs Fremont, with the Misses
Fremont, will spend th summer at their
country place. Heron Cove Tarm, Pcm
bcrton, N. J.
Rear Admiral Charles E. Vrecland has
been selected by Secretary' Meyer as the
representative of the navy at the corona
tion of King George. Before the offer was
made to Rear Admiral Vreeland, Secre
tary Meyer, with the permission of the
President, sent for Admiral Dewey and
asked if he would accept the mission.
Admiral Dewey replied that he appreci
ated the great compliment, but thought
he would not be able, physically, to ac
cept the offer.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Kahn celebrated
their fifteenth wedding anniversary by a
family dinner. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. M. Oppcnhelmer, Mr.
and Mrs. I. Oppcnhelmer, Mr. and Mrs.
G. Oppenheimer. Mr. and Mrs. Newman,
Mr. and Mrs. Mclllmlck, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Kocnlgsberger, Mr. and Mrs. West,
and Mrs. Young. The decorations were
yellow and white, the floral decorations
being Jonquils and maidenhair fern.
Miss Ball, of New York, is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Luchs, In Kcnyon street.
Mrs. Bertha Coblenzer Is In Cumber
land islting her brother, Mr. Tanzer.
Miss Edna Saks, who was in Washing
ton for a short stay, visiting relatives,
has returned to Baltimore.
Miss Dora Schlffman entertained last
week in honor of three of th Fairmont
Seminary girls. Tho decorations were
in colors of the school. 'Among thosn
present were the Mtoeea Evelyn Sp-
Mrs. Dr. Leon and daughters are In
Atlantic City at the Hotel Rudolf, where
they expect to remain until September.
Mr. and Mrs David Rothschild are
spending a few weeks in AUantlc City."
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kaufman have re
turned to the city after a most delight
ful stay In Atlantic City.
Miss Belle Schlffman. who has been In
Mobile. Ala., for the past five weeks, has
left for Montgomery. Ala., where she will
be the guest of Miss Irena Bcrnhcimcr
Mr. Max Cohen, of Blltmore street, is
spending some time In Savannah, Ga.,
with his daughter, Mrs. Fantl
Mr. and Mrs Oettlnger and daughter
Miriam, of Wilson, N C, are In the eity
stopping with Air. and Mrs. Rich, of
Mrs. Rose Frank, of Baltimore, Is here
for a few days
The engagement of Miss Rita Baer to
Mr. Henry Strauss, of Richmond, has
Miss Weil the guest of Miss Annette
Goldsmith, left for her home in Phila
delphia. Mrs Luckmeyer. mother of Countess
von Bcrnstorfl", who has been spending
the winter at the Hotel Plaza in New
York, has arrived In Washington to be
present at the wedding of Countess Alex
andra and Count Pourtalcs. Owing to
tne continued absence or MaJ von Hcr
warth. militarv at tat he of th embassv,
his place in the wedding party will be
taken at the wedding Monday by Mr.
Hanlcl von Haimhausen, counselor of the
The Charge d'Affaires of Argentina and
Scnora tllegas will leave here on
Tuesday for New York, and will sail at
the end of the week, accompanied by
their daughter, for London fcenor Vil
lecras has heen transferror thirn uc nn-
seior and first secretary of the Argentine
legation iiiss vuicgas is leaving a
large circle of friends in Washington,
made in a short time She f nn 9ti,j.
tive girl, a graduate of a few days ago of
Holy Cross Academy, and an accom
plished player on the harp. They have
occup'ed as a legitlon home the home of
.u. auu mis uimiG rim.
Miss Rugglcs has gone to Nw York
as the guest of Mra J Van Vechten OI
cott for some days
Mrs Parker, wife of Dr Parker, U S
N. is cnte-tainlng Mrs Sankey Bacon, of
this city, at Annapolis for the week-end
Mme Matsui. wife of the counselor of
the Japanese Embassy, has Issued .invi
tations for a luncheon on Wednesday.
Mr and Mrs Maurice Francis Egan
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs
..iwrcnce lurnoun, in ttaiumore, re
turned to Washington on Thursday Mr
Egn is In Baltimore again to be the
guest of Cardinal Gibbons during the
period of his conferences at Johns Hop
MaJ Harold C Rcismgcr. U S M. C .
and Mrs Rcisinger left Washington yes
terday for San Francisco, where the
major has been ordered to duty.
Mrs T DeWitt Tilmage and Miss Col
lier will leave Washington to-day for
Capt. Guy V Henry. U S A and Mrs
Henry have been the guests of Lieut, and
Mrs Adna R Chaffee at Fort Mye-, and
attended the horse show given at that
post early in the week
Mrs Scott, widow of MaJ Scott. U.
S A , la visiting in this city She is the
mother of Mrs Watts, wife of Lieut.
Commander William C. Watts. U. S. N.
Miss Maitland Marshall, daughter of
Brig Gen William L Marshall. U. S A..
retired. Is the guest of the Misses Moore,
at their home in Richmond. Va. Miss
Marshall has entirely recovered from her
recent accident, when thrown from her
horce and severely bruised
Roar Admiral and Mrs Andrew Dun
lap were at at home on Wednesday. Mrs
Richard Holly day. wife of Civil Engineer
Hollyday, U. S. N, and Mrs James D
Gatewood, wife of Medical Inspector Gate
wood, assisted at the elaborately appoint
ed tea table, and Mrs Lowndes, wife of
Surg Charles H. T. Lowndes, u. S. N .
Rear Admiral W. H. Brownson. U. S
N, retired, has returned to Washington
much Improved in health, after having
spent some time at Coronado Beach. Cal
Mrs Irwin, wife of Lieut. Commander
N. E Irwin, who was seriously Injured
by being thrown from her horse at Win
chester, Va., has been removed to her
apartment at Florenco court, this city.
Mfs J. M. C. Smith, wifo of the
newly elected RcpresentaUve in Congress
from Charlotte. Mich., does not expect to
come on for the extra session or to see
her husband tako the oath of office. Rep
resentative Smith does not vet know just
whero his headquarters will be for the
Miss Roxana Loud, of Au Sable, Mich ,
who has spent several months with her
uncle and aunt. Representative and Mrs.
Loud, at tho Ontario, will leave for her
home to-day, after a busy and a gay
Mrs. Truman H. Newberry and Miss
Carol Newberry, "who have spent the win
ter In Washington, will go to Atlantic
City this week for Easter. They will be
accompanied by Miss Ruth Parker.
Mrs. Burrows, wife of former Senator
Burrows, who has spent some time in
Atlantic City, will return here next week
for the remainder of the spring season
The .Senator joined her there last wek.
but returned to their homo here a few
day a ago.
Mrs. William Alden Smith, wife of the
Senator' from Grand Rapids, has as her
guest this week and next Mfss Barbara
Fernaia. oi Winchester, Mass , while
Csntiaaed en Inre 4, Column 1.
Che IHuegtetn Co.
F Street, Corner Thirteenth.
FURTHER EXPRESSIONS OF
PARISIAN STYLE TENDENCIES
IN TAILORED SUITS AND
STREET AND EVENING
DRESS'ES HAVE JUST BEEN RE
CEIVED AND PLACED ON EX
HIBITION IN THIS SECTION.
THE BLUESTEIN WORKSHOPS
IN NEW YORK HAVE ALSO COI
LABORATED WITH THEIR
PARIS REPRESENTATIVES IN
THE PRODUCTION OF DIS
TINCTIVE BLUESTEIN AMERI
CAN CREATIONS WHICH YOU
WILL SEE AT NO OTHER ES
TABLISHMENT IN THIS CITY
ARE OUR GARMENTS AT $32.50.
Wfyt iHuestem Co.
F Street, Corner Thirteenth,
ANNOUNCE THE IMPORTA
TION OF A VERY DISTINCTIVE
GROUP OF TRIMMED HAT
MODELS FROM PARIS. THE
TENDENCIES NOTED IN
THESE LATER MODELS ARE
ATTRACTING THE KEEN IN
TEREST OF THOSE WHO ARE
FOLLOWING THE SEASON'S
FASHIONS. SOME EXQUISITE
FLOWER-TRIMMED HATS ARE
AMONG THE SPECIAL FEA
TURES OF THE EXHIBITION.
fje JHuegtem Co,
F Street, Corner Thirteenth,
ANNOUNCE A SPECIAL SALE OF
WITH IRISH YOKE FOR MON
DAY ONLY AT $3.45
F Street Corner Thirteenth.
To Hire Bleanaat Carriagea
reasonably, phone Downey's stables. 163) I
Our Policy and Our Aim
OUR policy is to select from all
of the best markets the finest,
most reliable goods and offer them
at the lowest possible prices.
Our aim is to make every pur
chaser a pleased and permanent
ADA C. PAYNE
925i G Street Northwest
;. . .;. 4. ; ;-H"y-XM"' 't1 'H1 $ il ' i' '! ?".
C. G. SLOAN & CO., Inc.,
1407 G St., Washington, D. C.
The Weinroth Sale. I
t A Valuable Collection of Mahogany Furniture, In the Beautiful Old Styles
Fnrlish and French Colored Prints, Plate. Fenders Andirons, Can- .
dclabra Mirror? Tapcstrlei. English Cut Glass. Capo d I Monte. Dresden, .j.
Lowestoft and Chelsea China. Persian Rups, Dutch Marquette Furniture. .
rhMa, China Persian Rues. Dutch Marquetrio Furniture Tea Trays.
ifciitn carved' Wood All-silt Torchlcrc. Ac'. &.c. formed during the past
decade" by Mr?S ! Wel'ntoth. of 618 Pine , SU Philadelphia. Pa., to bo sold at
public auction within our rooms, 1101 ' G st. nw , n
P -Wednesday, Thumday, and Friday. March 20,3 and 31. 1011.
... ru At Jt A. m. and 3 P. M. Each Day.
On public view Mondav and Tuesday. March 27 and 23, from 9 to 6
o'clock. Catalogues on application. n
Ilia Money' Worth.
"SIxtane shllluns a da did they charrge
me for my room at the hotel in Lun
r.on!" roared Sandy, Indignantly, on his
return to Croburgh Burghs from a sight
"Ou. ave. it uaxna chean. agreed his
father, "but ye must 'a had a gey fine
time seem the sichts "
"Seln the slditsl" roared 8andy. "I
dldna ceo a clcht a' the time I was in
Lunnon. Mon. mon e dinna suppose I
was going to be stuck that much for a
room an' then no get the proper use o'tl"
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