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accumulations of -the, noted firm,, J. N..Kicnardson,-itJono
& Owden. The aualitv of these linens" is" very fine, and
they are richly hand-embroidered,
tew pieces of any one -particular
Embroidered "Pillowcases -.
Muled fully ope-tkird
Bcoood SOOV'OCTCBlb it
A large consignment pf these
skins has just been placed on
display, and their popularity last
season was so marked that we
have greatly increased jtheshow
ingrRed, brown, and ten shades,
with artistic burnt borders.
The value" is worthy a. much
. - $U7Seach.
Guernsey Cooking Ware Has
Many; Practical Features.
44XUERNSEY" Earthenware is the modern cooking ware;
and it' is more than that, for everything cooked in it
may be served from the ame vessel', eliminating much
labor and conserving the delicious tastes and natural goodness of
the foods. .
As near fireproof in construction as earthenware can be made,
it is practically indestructible, and has many varied and extensive
uses. No poisons enter into its manufacture to be absorbed by
foods, and therefore they can be left in the vessel indefinitely with
out danger. '
Our stock includes:
Ramequlna, Custards. Cocottes. Shirred Egg- Dishes. Au Cretin Dishes.
Casseroles. Stewpans, Teapots. Chocolate Pots. Cream Jugs. Pudding;
Dishes. Pie Plates. Bakers. Welsh Rarebit Dishes, Jelly Molds, Coffee Pots.
Petite Marmltes, Bean Pots, and Steins. '
The prices ard moderate. '
Fifth floor-C at .
At ike fign
Is the Center of
and Trade in -
the National Capital.
Perey S. Foster,,
The Piano Merchant,
1330 F Street N.W.
We aire Herald aatLMo eoatcat rates.
an art in v
" . which we have
J, H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sts.
New York Waldorf Jl$torla,
After -wa ret through
with them they look
like new. It coats lit
tle. It saves mnob.
7i mnth at. n. w.
War CalU far ana Datlvaratf.
we one votaan iat seenis
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praparly. mm "aaattar wtat- Irs.
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W&ia aatHBillapttmrtl- 9Cr YH.
rt Linens, representing the iraO
in numerous designs. Only. all
kind . i,
.;. .7U... .8.00 to M0j-ir,
$1.00,' 1 36 to'$100 eaelt
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let ithan refalar prices.
Pricing this chair at $2.90, in
natural color, enables us to of
fer a value that is without a su
perior. We have distributed. so
many of these chairs at this price
that we merely announce our
ability to fill all orders.
Special in Rockers to
Fbnrth flow O L
THSEE AMERICANS DIE ABROAD.
W. W. Poaa, Mrs. H. J. Farber, sad
Ml -Viola Miller Stricter. -
Florence. Italy. Oct 9. Walter Mer
ritt Pond, of Eranutonj I1L, formerly a
Chicago alderman and prominent, in pol
itics, dropped 'dead in front of his "hotel
here to-day. Death was attributed to
heart trouble. He as eighty-four years
The remains will be taken to Evans
ton by Mr. Pond's wife and grand
daughter by the steamship Koenlg Al
bert. Mrs. Henry J. Furber. wxj waa Miss
Eh iris Irwin, of Chicago, also died, to
dey. Her son. Henry J. Furber, was
Another death here to-day was that
of Miss Viola Miller, twenty-eight years
old. of New York.
Kday Trast Declared Void.
Boston. Oct. 9. A trust of approxi
mately JXOPO.OOO, created by the will of
the late Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, founder
of the Christian Science Church, for the
benefit of the denomination, waa declared
void by the State Supreme Court to-day,
which held, however, that a charitable
trust had been created and that trustees
may be appointed to administer It.
Lut Mann Lb) cowxrta took place in Berlin,
nd oat of theap cnlr lit showed a profit.
Ton Just Can't Help Having a Beau
tiful Complexion if Yon use
Stuart's Calcium Wafers.
Pimples: Horrors: And "What a won
derful change when they are ail gone.
Most every one has noticed this. Nowa
days, when yon see a real beauty, the
chances are Stuart's Calcium Wafers
wrought that wonderful change. It takes
only a' short time, even with very bad
complexions uie una tnat are dlsflgured
with rash, ccsema. bolls, blotches, and
Stuart's Calcium Wafers cause the akin
pores to breathe out Impurities. The
luags Durn up a great amount, but Na
ture Imposes' upon tbe skin the 4arger
burden. Kvery tick of. the olock.MMuia
work, work, work for these irnsstin fill
toraalng. impurities become, lessAst less,
the pores are relnvlgaratad, aMoa
sucn a thing as a pimple, 'blacltkaad. or
any other eruption Is -lamosslble.' Too
marvel at' the change. , 't ,JJr
The sort, rosy tint dlove-tua .nU
cheeks: the neck.thnaldeta.'land. arms
show the health of yoathful sttn-tafact,
ytra Jastvcsnrt help- larrtai (a beaatifal
oDeaplexloa 'If yoo use '8tuartsCUctani
Wafers. J'--. , It -it "
.They .are pot-aplk eotrrealeat f ormvto
carry wrUTjroo. are-very s4atabiaX;aa
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ssisrea aad taWWhMa .Mwntslns.- acaaas-
paajn by 'haasDKahdy' BoardmsHiland
Mai. Bhedsy",S Preeldent'a -persosal
aid. jrrlvea'fscSthe'hformt Washtaston
Betel at SrettoB, Woods, N. H., yester
day lartke'ferdUatwr and spent the
nteht there: They started early thU
msrsui for Beverlv to -board the May
Bower for New Tork. where the President-la
to review the naval parade.
;Mlss Helen Taft. during the absence of
the President and her mother. is enter'
taialna- Miaa Martha Bowers, daughteri
of the.late Boncltor uenerai uoya now
era, at the summer White .House in Bev
erly. Miss Bowers, accompanied Miss
Taft on her recent 'Western trlji.
The Lord Bishop of Winchester and his
wife, the Hon. Mrs. Talbot were the
guests of honor at a dinner given' by tbe
Hon. Henry White, former American
Ambassador to Fnmce, and Mrs. White.
Among those at the dinner were the
Blahon of Washington, tbe Right Rev. Al
fred Harding, and his slster-ln-law Miss
Douglass, and Miss Talbot: -
Lter In the evening the dlstlnguunea
English churchman and his wife were
entertained at a reception given ny
Bishop Harding at his residence in Mas
sachusetts Avenue. The spacious rooms
of. the blahop'a house were beautifully
decorated with pink roses and chrysan
themums in tall vases. Receiving wun
the Bishop and Miss Douglass was Mrs.
McOowan. wife of Rear Admiral John
McOowan, IT. S. N., retired.
Among the guests mvitea were m
Secretary of Commerce and Labor and
Mrs. Kagel: Admiral of the Navy and
Mrs. Dewey: the Assistant Secretary of
War and Mrs. Oliver: Mrs. Junan-
James: Mr. and Mra. C. C. mover; r.
and Mrs. William Corcoran HU1: the
Rev. Dr.- Roland Cotton Smith and Mra.
Smith; the Rev. Dr. R. H. McKIm and
Mrs. McKhn; Judge Alexander Hagner:
the Rev. Dr. a Ernest Smith and J4rs.
Smith; the Rev. Dr. Herbert Scott SssUh:
Mr. and Mra. Melville cnurcn; ine e.
n. T n.nnlnr Nelms: Col. George
Truesdell; the Rev. Dr. W. L. De Vrles:
Mr. and Mra. Thomas Hyde; Mr. and
Mrs. H. Randall Webb; Brig. den. John
M. Wilson. U. S. A., retired, and Miss
Waller: Rear Admiral McOowan. andihe
other clergy of the Diocese of Washing
ton and wives and the memoers m we
Mm Edwin S. Curtis has announced
the engagement of her daughter. Miss
Helen Curtis, to Mr. Halford Woodward
p.rir nf New York. Miss Curtis Is a
daughter of the-late HtJ. Edwin S. Cur
tis. IT. 8. A., and a granddaughter of tbe
late Rev. John W. French, professor of
law and ethics, and chaplain for many
years at tbe United States Military
Academy at West Point. N. Y. No date
has been set for toe weaaing.
A beautiful wedding was solemnised
last night when Miss Helen Cbandlee,
bnrhtn- of Mr. and Mrs. win ii.
Cbandlee. was married to Dr. Samnel
Jay TurnbuU, IT. S. N., at St. 8tephen'a
Episcopal cnurcn. we recior, ine nt.
George F. Dudley, officiating. The or
nnlit of the church. Mr. Stoddard,
rlayed the wedding march and a musi
cal programme Deiore me ceremony.
Just before tbe entrance of the wedding
party a song written for the occasion by
tl.c bride; "Oh. Rose! My Rose!" waa
played. During the ceremony Mr. Stod
dard played "Oh. Believe Me, If AU
Those Endearing Young Charma" "The
Evening Song" completed the pro
gramme. The pretty bride, who was escorted and
given away by her father, wore an ex
quisite gown of white crepe meteor,
draped with handsome duchesse lace, and
her tulle eil was fastened with orange
blossoms. She carried a shower bou
quet of white roses and lilies of the
valley. Miss Dorothy Holbrook, her
maid of honor, was dreaaed In yellow
cre'pe meteor, and carried a large bou
quet of yellow rosea
Mr. Barton Pitta Turnbull, of Florida,
waa bis brother's best man. The ushers,
who all wore their dresa uniforms, were
Lieut Alfred T. Upshur. Lieut Samuel
F Crelghton. Lieut John F. Coulter, and
Lieut Kerwln W. Klnard, all of the
Medical Corps, U. S. A.
After the ceremony at the church an
Informal reception waa held at the home
nf thn bride's sarents. In Lanier Place.
The house was artistically decorated with
autumn leaves, roses and palms, and a
buffet supper was served. Mrs. Turn
buira golng-away costume was a strictly
tailored brown suit with stylish hat of
tte same color. After November 1 Dr.
and Mrs. Turnbull wUl reside at Fort
Leavenworth, where the former is sta
tioned. - .
Baron de Bode, military attache ot the
Russian Embassy, and his sister. Baron
ess Elisabeth de Bode, have given up
their house on O Street and are spending
tbe last week of their stay here at tne
Portland, as they sail for Europe on
October 19. On landing Baron de Bode
will go to St Petersburg. The Baron
and his sister will be greatly missed, In
Washington, for during his five-year de
tail here they have made hosts of
Rear Admiral and Mrs. John McOow
an, after spending the first part of the
summer at the Warm Springs, W. Vs.,
and the latter part in the CatakUls,
have returned to Wahlngton and opened
their house on Sixteenth Street where
they wUl soon be joined by Miss Anna
McOowan, who Is at present visiting in
Mra George Summertln has returned
to this city after spending most of tne
summer at Eastern' Point Conn, and Is
with, her parents. Commissioner and Mrs.
John A. Johnston, at their home ' 'on
Massachusetts Avenue. .
Mrs. Samuel MllUken and her-dkugh
ter, who have spent the summer lb
Connecticut have arrived In Washington
and are stopping at the Grafton until
their house on Connecticut Avenue is
put in order.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Letter have visit
ing them Mra. Letter's grandmother.
Mra. Hewlett of St Louis. ,
The engagement of Miss Katharine
Denlson. sister ot Assistant Attorney
General Denlson, to .Mr. Frederick E.
Glgnoux. or New York, has been, an
nounced recently. Miss Denlson.' Is snend
Ing a few days In' Washington' with her
brother. ' -1
, Senator and Mrs. George Peabody Wet
more "have closed their villa' in Newport
and are spending a1 few days st the
Hotel Belmont In- New York before com
ing on' to Washington.., ' - ..
Miss Noyes, who has recently returned
frosa a trip abroad. Is Visttlna-Mrs! Rob
ert B. Sbeperd In-Bt Paul. Mlasc ," "J
Mr.; and Mrs.-Max Fischer. -of MM
Lanier Place; ,wUl be at home to their
friends on Sunday 'trrealn. 'rv-nivr n
frosa 7 to 1 p'deck..when thsytwffl cete-
'sty. aautversary t ot
wof4-. CosBMsMUritar,, Powm s 8n
lngtoa.TTn8. N aoa of .the late stsj. W.
Btusri Syalaitoa. of warUstore.
Many WasUagton friends are spsodmg
the autama seasoa In Brettoa Weeds at
the Mount Waafetactm Hotel, whlea re
mains open'uaUl October. &. Mrs. Btan
Jey, MeConaSck. with a "party of-guests,
reached there on BundayN She win spend
pert of the coming winter 'In Washing-
Mrs. Martha; 8. Glelow, who has been
quite 'HI at her apartment la the Farra
gut has vialtlac her Her son-in-law aad
daughter. .Constructor C. Willis Fisher,
V. 8. N.,.and Mra Fisher.
-Mrs. Charles Pobr will 'return to Wash
ington next week. Her daughter, Mra
Roscoe Bubnarr Is In town.' "X
Brit-. Gen. James B. Aleshlre, V. S. A..
and Mrs. Aleshlre nave returned to
Washington for the winter, and will in
troduce their second daughter. Miss Dor
othy) Aleshlre, early In December.
Mra Arthur Duane ' Klnne has been
called to Syracuse, N. Y., by the sudden
death of her father.
Mrs. J. Lowrle Bell, former vice presi
dent and corresponding secretary of the
Southern Industrial 'Educational Associa
tion, has Just returned from abroad. She
wilf make her future home In New York
City, where ahe has Identified herself
with the "New York auxiliary of the as
sociation, of which ahe Is an active mem
ber. Miss Ida Thompson has arrived In
Washington ard opened her house in
Mr. and Mra Arnold Hague will close
their Newport residence October 17, and
will return to Washington for the win
Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCauley and
Miss Mary McCauley have left Chevy
Chase Lodge, where they spent Septem
ber. and have opened their house In
Rhode Island Avenue for the winter.
Miss Eleanor RIdgely Is spending a
few days In Wilmington, Del.
Miss Margaret Cotton Smith, daugh
ter of the Rev. Dr. Roland Cotton
Smith and Mra. Smith, has returned to
this city for Ipswich. Her engagement
to Mr. Guy Emerson wss anounced laat
month. Although no date has been set
for the wedding. It is understood that
they will be married early In the spring.
DELEGATES ENJOY CITY TOUR.
Scottish Rite Maaoas 'Will Visit
Washlagtea'a Hesae To-day.
CoaslderaUon of several Important
matters occupied the session yesterday
of the delegates to the International
Conference of the Supreme Councils ot
tne Ancient ana Accepted seotusn Rite.
All of the deliberations are carried on
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock the
delegates, their wives and friends." as
sembled in a body and under the es
cort of the committee of fraternal cour
tesy, visited the Library. Capitol and
other public buildings. Afterward they
were taken for an automobile ride
through the suburbs.
This morning at 10 o'clock a pilgrim
age will be made to Mount Vernon. Sov
ereign Grand Commander Richardson,
and several of the distinguished foreign
delegates will place wreaths in the
tomb of George Washington.
YOUNG BBYAH JODTCyTm. C. A.
Son of the Coaasaoaer Flsrarea He
Needs Gym. Work.
William Jennings Bryan, Jr., yesterday
joined the Washington Y. M. C A. He
has Just entered law school here, and
figured that he needed the Y. M. C. A.
Omnasium wprk to keep In trim.
Among the notables who Joined the
Y. M. C A. recently for the aake of the
rhyslcal culture are Secretary of the
Navy Meyer, Dr. F. A. Cleveland. Her
bert Putnam. Librarian of Congress, and
senator noise Penrose. Before leaving
for his summer home Secretary Meyer
learned how to swim, his lessons belna
given in ine . M. i;. a.
.We extend a cordial invitation to the people of Wash
ington to come and visit our newly equipped
establishment at 722 Tenth St N. W.
There are -a great many forms of nervous disorder! that
,the feet 85 of the pains that are supposed to come-from
due to the feet, as well as the majority oT varicose veins. "Flat-foot, or fallen arch, or
metatarsal trouble, thq existence of which is usually indicated by tje presence of corns,
' callouses or bunions, "can be permanently cured, absolutely without pain, by this. scientific
'mechanical method., '
i'lV w' lm.'i ireadV aad morbid fear, whea a-visit to ear eitaBlistaeBt woali
. aMaaVatew era of kappiaeH for yo t . '
'v-.'-iOur'system of -treatment .is by. the month. ,-Consultatkmaiid examination fee, $1.00.-
' -?L Office hours, 9 a. m.lto 5:90-p. m. .
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THE PALAIS ROYAL
W0MAJT GIVES CASH TO
Pittsburg, Oct. 9. If the contribution
of a substantial sum of money to a po
litical campaign entitles the donor to a
niche ir the Hall of Fame, then Mra
Frances G. Vandergrlft, of this city. Is
preparing such a place for herself. Unos
tentatiously, but most effectively, Mrs.
Vandergrlft has advanced the work of
the Wilson-Marshall forces in a ma
terial way since the campaign opened.
She financed the convention at Madison,
nnd It may be stated upon good authority
that she will contribute heavily in the
near future to the work of the women
In the furtherance of the social center
Armament experts are considering the
possibility of using wrought tungsten for
projectiles, the metals high specific
gravity giving them long range, while
Its hardness insures their great penetration.
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Where we will take great pleasure in showing you the won
derful new discovery, the great orthopaedic mechanical
cure for disease. Our institute is under the management of
able licensed physicians and surgeons, who have made a
study of the latest scientific treatment of disease based on
the fact tnat the foot is responsible for a great many ail
ments that can be cured only through the foot.
lelmina Foot Treatment
722 TJ5NTH STREE.N.. .
SIIBpC IS IU DC ICfaUIICU. JIMUU-
teed serge suits are here from S3.uu to iojw,'
Norfolk and double-breasted models, in styles
and sizes for all typw of boys from to' 18
year?. . . "", -
, The Accessories
$100 to 6.00
25c to $1.00
50c? to $1.00
,50c to $1.00
25c to 50c
25c to ' 50c
...'. 25c to 50c
$1.50 to $3.50
$2.50 to $3.95'
Prices in print can mean anything. The above
prices are little because the articles are the.
best. They would be dear were the qualities in
8 'to 6
Tbe caly tatttn d 8tsn Dudog la Wuhiactea.
doc Bock, sad all ktaje work. 8rodfc Uudra
Thtmter, City, acts taught; TsndcriDa nfaanaents
KCured far papQa, Winter. cUawl Dow toroaai.
AH Icmom stvra by iiitfiMliiiHl acton. Adttrcaa
THE VAUDEVILLE STUDIO, Gardes Tbaatn.
Mb St. nor X.
MUSIC IS GOOD MEDICINE.
Lively Air oa Haura or Maadolla Will
Stlsaalate Maa'a Mautcle. .
Ftobi tha Philadelplfie Inquirer.
A medical journal has recently an
nounced the results of some experiments
made to ascertain the relation of music
and medicine. One curious piece of news
obtained Is that if a lively air is played
on a harp or mandolin' a man's tired
muscles regain their original vigor. The
music of a viollncello. on the other hand,
baa a precisely opposite effect, in tem
porarily lessening the usual strength and
vitality of the hearer. In nervous and
Impressionable people sad music in a
minor key, such as Chopin's "Funeral
March," actually weakens the pulse and
makes the beating of the heart feebler
and more irregular.
A doctor caused some amusement a
tittle time ago by suggesting that almost
every mental trouble could be cured by
suitable selections of classical music, reg
ularly administered. Jealousy, grief
overwork, homicidal mania, nervous
breakdown, all had their corresponding
air. The medical world Is taking the
A Xafaral Mistake.
Frosi tha Buffalo Express.
The orator waa inside the big tent. He
may have had some auditors there, but
most of the crowd remained out under the
trees, because it was cooler there and
much easier to escape the collection plate.
Tm no coward: Til never run away."
said the voice. The crowd pricked up Its
ears and moved nearer.
"They've stolen what belonged to me."
The crowd outside clapped its hands de
"Foulest crime in the history of poli
tics!" The crowd yelled: "Good! GUe
it to him!"
"A corporation-owned press has assailed
me!" The crowd "whooped with enthus
"They are liars and perjurers and
thieves'." Hata went Into tbe air and the
applause lasted for full five minutes.
A bored-looking man came out or tne
tent and faced the crowd with an air of
"Say, you fellows, he said, at last, mo
tioning to some of the leaders of the
demonstration. "Do you know who It Is
"Do we 7 answered the enthusiast.
Well. I guess. Couldn't mistake them
sentiments. It's Teddy, of course."
"Teddy nothln'," answered the man
who had been inside. "That's Bill Lorl
jner. of Illinois."
axe due to the condition of
rheumatical conditions are
'-.jBBSBar W Jr Mr .-" . tA .
' Electrolier. '
A oollectloa esshracing theaeer-
t ereatloas Id rlcb. llahtiac -4l
ectsr a variatv of dUtiaetrra de-
A ahrna representing styles to fear v
A menise with any Interior eoler ' ; r;
scheme or effect. ?'A-
i-k. .al.fl . ' - "
Electroliers ranging; from l.e ,
to 10.00 is unequam torthe. .
excellent character of designs and,-.
Oil Lamps. 'N
All the newest designs are her. Z
ranging from Inexpensive to tha
handsomest Librarr '"" also
many beautiful creations In Lamp .
Many of the beautiful designs
or our Electroliers are reproduced
In our Gas Portables, notably the
rich collection of scenic and floral
glass shade effects.
!i Dull n& Martin Co. :
; -Pottery, Poreelala, Calaa, Claaa,
SHver, ate. '' ',
1219 P St. and 1214-18 0 St
Tha JlMt Bcantinil Tbaitra in aaxtln. .
Atmrtiosa sVruaOns taa Tbaaoca.
Dailj Jtata.. S SOcvtret-. .. Oe.
MclNTYRE & HEATH
In Their Famooa Waatnl Farcas.
Wad. Il Than.. -Tha Man rreoj Moetana.
m. a Sat., "Tba Uaarito Ulnatnuv".
EDITH HELENA. HUH Vi i '.
BCHL.NCK. Km Lnr. Max'a Circaa. fte.
t Grral Art. KEXT U'EUI.Kil, rih
a Ham illiaaia. Vy Ladr'a V.am." Btaa-
'Kj Jimta aw, ae. Bar rMeta To-Day.
rop. Wed. Mat. Sc ts EL Bat.
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THE PEBrECT TVOltAX."
In -rndma" and "The Baas of
Mexico." JJ AuocUle Pbqen
and Dannns Uirla.
NEXT WEEK-SEATS SOW.
Tba Bematkmal Dramatic HnereM
Cast rnetodrs tk leadma artist! Arm taa
'UMMJ Cosapaay of So.
WWmrnW Orchestra of 30.
(The Licblcr CO., Misatcri)
In the fiocccM of the Cetiuur
MMan from Home
Br Booth Tarkisston and Harry Lena wnaaa.
IXALGCRATION WEEK OP
10 --BIG FEATURES 10
A Mht in the Part." tabloid inaiu&X
coined j ; tb Gacnonx. EuAtpcaa JucsUnc d; Be-,
me La Count, tircinc oomedlrDB: Moris ek
Krainer. mintrU; Kckboff and, GrerSoD. with ooc.
and danrrs; rirtro. tbe arcordicQ pUno wonrkr; andr
iljatfrkrua Edna. Matinee daily.
l lafnk PrleeaSOetaaUo.
A. H. VOOD3 rmanta
in Edward Prrk'a Secsariooal Soossa.
THE LinLEST IEIEL
Iha Gwatrat War riay in Years.
tub nsuastT or THE snsciUBs)
Oct. IT. Grand Canyon: Oer. 31. Great Sentheasti
Oct. 3L Padflc Coaat: Sar. T. TcOowstona Park.
Scats now adling for all lectnrta. llieea, 95s,
T JLC. ,
WTRBA LCESCIIEU Prewnt
In th Etw Jotots Operetta.
With the New Xort Cast. Inctadinc Tan K
th Strtwt and Pa. Aw.
Tevttey at . Tevnlght at .
Prices. 10c, 15c, 25c.
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At Two Parlbraaneaa DaOj. io BarUf OBsas
UMM STMHI y
Eapportad Br a Great Out. Indnsna
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if I VACBM
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Miss Hew York, Jr.
WHh 109. K. .WATSOK sad WILL H. COatUT.
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