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New York WASHINGTONParis.
Friday Special in
Women's Silk Petticoat!.
A lot of Women's Silk Jersey
top '.Petticoats:- in black and de-
sirable colors; made with an.ac-cordion-plai
flounce. An unusually strong
value at the
Special price, $2.75.
And these remnants:
10 White Cambric Aprona, fitted irlth qoin
bib. 33c each. Wert SOc
3 French Albatross Xong Kimonos, In tick.
Hue. and latender, JS.00 each. Wn gttJo.
Women'a Combination Suite (ooraet com
and drawers). dalntilr hand-embroidered. H-
each. Were gS.50.
2 Bmni'i Combination Suit. neatl? trimmed
with linen lira, beading, and ribbon. JLJJ etch.
9 Women'a .Flne-Xainsouk Gowna. Yoke lark
front, and alertm trimmed with embroiderr nd
lace, wjj eacn. Were ILI5
7 rain Women'! French Nainsook areolar
Drawers, bciutlfullj hand-embroidered. H.75
eacn. were CJO and UTS.
Third ocr-Elefenth it.
Friday Clearance of
Women's Wash Dresses.
Cotton Voiles, Ginghams, Fig
ured Lawn, and Linene these
fabrics comprise the remaining
lot of Women's Summer Wash
Dresses, in various one-of-a-kind
effects: all good styles.
$1.95 and $2.95 each.
Formerly sold up to $7.50.
Also 5 Heavy Crash Linen
Dresses, in tailored style; oyster
white shade; $6.95 each. Were
Third floor-; at.
Women's Suit Department.
6 Cream Serge and Whipcord Coat
Suit, sizes 14. IS. . IS. and 40; 123 00
each, Were m and 7 oO.
"Army and Nav" Serge Tailored
Suits, in blue and black: new stles;
sizes 36. SS. 10, and ; R3.95 each. Were
4 Cream Seme Coat Suits: sizes 31,
36. and 3S: U ST. each Were J2S.O0.
1 Pongee Silk Coat Suit, natural col
or: size a: J13.93 Was J35.00.
3 Black Serge Coat Suits: sizes 34
and X: J13.1. fach Were J23.00
2 Crea.m Serge Coat Suits, with black
hairline stripes: sizes 35 and 40; $13.
each. Were atTLOn.
Thirl Sour G rt.
2 Daintily Decorated Austrian
ChIna-Coered Butter Dishes, 35c
each. Were !1 CO
1 Decorated English Porcelain
Wate- Pitcher, 33c. Was 63c.
1 Decorated China Soup Tureen,
slightly imperfe t, TSc. Was C2S.
1 Decorated Japanese China cohered
Mayonnaise Dlsii. 73c Was 31.25.
1 dozen White and Gold English
Porcelain A. D. Cups and Saucers,
!1.3 doz. Were U.0O.
3 Decorated Austrian Chins. Cold
Meat Platters, 2T each Were 63c
2 Decorated Austrian China Srrup
Pitchers, ISc each Were 33c
1 dozen Decorated Rojal Rudolstadt
China Sauce Dishes, JIM dozen. Were
2 Richly Deciirated French China
Salad Bowls. 25c each. Were 30c.
1 Richly Decorated Bavarian China
Three-piece Pudding Set, n.00. Was
1 dozen Decorated PVench China
Dinner Plates, odd patterns, 33c each.
1 White and Gold Austrian China
Celery Dish. c Wa Jl 00
1 Imported Stein. $1.73. Was S3 00.
1 Daintily Decorated Austrian China
Chocolate Pot. SOc. Was $100.
Ffttli nonr-O at.
For Purity and Wholesomcncss fl
INSIST ON I
Tis Made in the Most Scientific and Sanitary Ice Cream Plant
in the World.
See Your Reliable Dealer.
Ask for "The Velvet Kind" Ice Cream. SAVE THE CAR
TONS. They are valuable, and will be redeemed by The Wash
ington Herald for votes in their $25,000 contest One-half pint
good for 10 votes. One pint good for 20 votes. One quart good
for 35 votes. In freezers save coupon. One gallon good for 125
an art in
which we have
J. H. Small & Sons,
Corner 15th and H Sis.
11 S3 Broadway
llecanaa aome Iaasdon etreeta an too 'narrow- for
DKern saotor OBmiknaea to he turned around, av
hldea are beinr trial oat vita) tnutreOJaf afsa
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Friday Special In -Women's
Not old of undesirable styles,
but small lots, broken sizes, and
incomplete assortments of some
of our most popular lines of
Women's Shoes, made expressly
for us. The collection includes
Tan Russia Calfskin Button
Shoes, Patent Coltskin, and Gun
Metal, in button and lace styles.''
It means an opportunity to pur
chase high-grade footwear at a
low price. Sizes in the combined
lot: 4, 4y3, 5, 5yi, 6, V2, and
7AA; 4, y2, 6y2, and 7A; 3,
33,4,iy2, 6, 6yi, and 7B; 2,
3, 3'2, 4, 56, 6y2, and 7C; 2,
3, 3y2i 4y2?$y2, 6, 6y2, and 7D.
$2.50 pair. Were $4.00.
Third floorTenth at.
Friday Special in
Cotton Torchon Laces.
This lot which goes on sale to
day comprises a larger variety
of pretty designs and effects than
we have been able to procure
for some time, and consists of
both edges and insertions in va
rious widths. For trimming un
derwear, children's clothes, and
fancy work of various kinds
these laces have been found most
desirable; the qualities are es
pecially those in demand. By
securing them at a concession
we are enabled to offer them at
Special price, 5c the yard.
Main flocr-d at.
3 Ecra Baa Femme Curtains, in braided de
ign. $LM earn. Were $100. 1 at $173. Waa
3 Irorr Bon Femse Curtaina. in braided de
szn. ILT5 each. Mere $3.n. I In White, JLT5
each. Were $150,
1 Bon Femme Curtain, braided on meroerued
null, a in wide. $150. Waa $7.50.
Z pain Seal Arabian Grande Dame Curtains,
IS yda, long. $TJD pair. Were $C9X
3 rain Real Arabian Grande Dame Oortaina,
I J6.0I reir. Were $30.00.
8 pain White Ztotttngham Curtaina, in Met
dnlza. 3a yds. long, $73 pair. Were $3.00.
5 pUn White Renaissance Curtains, 3 Ida.
lone, $TO0 tair Were $9 00.
3 ram White Renaja&arjce Curtains in Trrr
handFOme erects, $15 00 pair. Were $3) 00.
3 rain White Marie Antoinette Curuim,
$501 Ilr. Were $TS). e.
pain Ecru Renaissance Curtaina, $4.0$ pair.
S rain White Iriah Point Use Ocrtaina, 3 rda.
long, $3.50 pair. Were K
4 pain Irory Iriah Point Curtaina, 3 yds.
long. $500 pair. Were $6.0
3 pain Braided Net Silk Curtaina, in white,
7i 3d, long. $100 pair. Were $3.00.
A large collection of remnanti and abort
length.1 in cretonnes, curtain net. cruni, and
rarious dnrery matcrialj that can be used to
decided adrantage at thie aeaaon of the year are
One-fourth to one-hall regular price.
Fourth floor O at.
At the Sign
Is the Center of
and Trade in
the National Capital. ''
Percy S. Foster,
The Piano Merchant.
1330 F .Street N.W.
It It reported artTOot eirinn, Va.. that
tn President and itin. Taft will reach
there October 26 or 27 and asend- the
remainder of the month there, all of
next month, 'ana -part or uecewDer.
While the Prcatdent'a plane are not defi
nitely known. It Is expected that Mr.
Taft will be the 01117 member of the
famllr with 'him most of that time.
The Secretary of the Treasury and Mr.
MacVeech, who entertained the Fred-
dent and Mr. Taft for one nlsht at
their' country residence In Dublin. N. H.
expect to to to Chlcaxo next week for
a brief uy.
Lieut. Huso Osterhaua, U. 8. N., ion of
Rear Admiral oaterhau. commandlns
the Atlantic Fleet, was one of the inhere
at the weddlns; of MI11 Flournpy Adams
Hopkins, daushter or Mrs. William Wil
louchby Sharp by a former marriage,
and Mr. Gilbert A. B. Elliott, son of
sir Arthur and Lady Elliott of Stobs,
Roxburghshire. Scotland, which took
place yesterday afternoon in the quaint
Uttlo church of SL Andrews-on-the-Dunes
at Southampton. Ixnur Island. The
Rev. Percy Btlckney Grant, rector of the
Church of the Ascension, performed the
ceremony, which, was followed by a re
ception at the Meadow Club. The
bride's attendants were Miss Beatrix
Buel. maid of honor: and her stepsisters,
the Misses Dorothy Newton Sharpe and
Eliza Darragh Williams Sharpe. were
her bridesmaids. Master William Wll
lougnby Sharpe, jr.. was pace. Mr. El
liott's best man wss Mr. Thomss O.
Cook, and the other ushers were Mr.
Stewart Marshall, of London: Mr. David
Cowles. Mr. Hugh Nelson Page. Mr.
Thomas Newton, and Mrs. John L. Hop
A wedding cake weighing 100 pounds
was a feature at the reception. The first
tier was lavishly decorated with sprays
of sugar crystal .orange blossoms and
lilies of the valley In their natural col
or. The second tier was composed of
twenty-four miniature cakes, each In a
uny box. so arranged and frosted at the
top and bottom of the tier that only a
close Inspection showed that the huge
circle was not one piece.
Each of the little boxes contained
gold trinket designed for one of the
bride s Intimate friends.
The third and fourth tiers were or
namented with cuplds of unpalnted
Dresden china, six Inches In height, with
smaller cuplds poised Mercury-wise on
hearts and with turtle doves. The whole
structure was surmounted by a bisque
jardiniere eight Inches high filled with
orange blossoms and foliage.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McGulre have
returned to Washington and opened their
house In Connecticut Avenue.
Mrs. Edward T. 8totesbury. who has
been visiting her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Brooks.
Jr., In the Green Spring Valley, will re
turn to-day to her home in Philadelphia.
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks will be christened next Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock by Rev. Edwin
Barnes Nher. of Christ Protestant Epis
copal Church. She is to be named Evelyn
Louise, and her two grandmothers, Mrs.
Stotesbury and Mrs. Walter B. Brooks,
will be her godmothers. Mr. Alexander
Brown will be her godfather. After the
christening there will be an Informal tea,
to which the two families and a few
friends have been Invited. Mr. and Mr
Brooks wlllspend a part of the winter
Miss Stella Carusl and her fiance. Mr.
William Nelson Taft. were the guests of
honor at a small dinner given last night
by Mrs. Charles Brlce at her apartment
In the Wilson. The other guests were
Mrs. Emma R. Moses, the mother of
the hostess: Miss Brlce. and Dr. and
Mrs. Glddings. the latter being Mr.
Taft's mother. Miss Carusi's wedding
will take place Saturday evening.
Mrs. Van Ransselaer Thayer, of Bos
ton, sister of Mrs. Clarence Edwards,
after spending a month with her mother,
Mrs Alexander Porter, at Niagara Falls.
N. Y.. has returned to Boston, whence
she will sail for her home In Paris.
Dr. Joseph Longworth Anderson has
leased the house belonging to MaJ. David
Porter. U. S. M. C, ISIS Nineteenth
Street. He will soon close his country
place In Maryland and open his resi
dence here, accompanied by his daugh
ters, Mlfs Frances Anderson and Miss
Senator Herny A. Du Pont, who has
spent the summer In Europe, will re
turn to this country next week.
Invitations have been issued by Mr.
and Mrs Pleasant Mills, of Des Moines.
Iowa, to the marriage of their daughter.
Miss Margaret Mills, and Mr. Frederick
William Lehmann. Jr.. which will take
place Saturday evening October In
The American Consul General at Ber
lin and Mrs. Thackara recently gave a
farewell reception In honor of Capt.
Shartle. the retiring American military
attache, and Mrs. Shartle. Miss Thac
kara and Miss Eleanor Thackara as
sisted, in receiving, and Mrs. William
Sprague and Bareness von Horst pre
sided at the tea tables. Among the
guests were the members of the Ameri
can special military commission, and the
Cuban Minister and Senora de Queaada,
and their daughter, Senorita de Quesada.
During the reception Mr. Cecil Fanning,
barytone, who Is well known In this
city, rendered a number of Italian and
English songs. Capt. Shartle has been
ordered to duty at the War Department,
and they will reside in Washington.
The 'Cuban Minister, Dr. Gonzalo de
Quesada, has sailed for this country, ac
companied by his wife and daughter.
They will spend several months in
Washington and In Cuba before return
ing to 'Berlin.
Capt. William B. Caperton, U. S. A..
and the officers of the Training Station,
are arranging for a dance to be given In
honor of the officer on board the German
warship at the Naval War College In
Newport a little later In the month.
Mrs. Day, wife of CoL Selden Allen
Day, U. S. A., has gone to the Virginia
Soring She expects to return before
the first of November and wUl open her
house on Lament street for the winter.
A largely attended wedding took place
uvPhllidelphla at the home of the bride.
when Miss Ida M. Parkinson was mar
ried to Mr. Charles T. Green of this city.
The Rev. V. Borer officiated, sjid the
bride was attended only by her cousin.
Miss Mary T3. Carglll. and given In mar
riage by her uncle. Mr. James CargilL
Mr. and Mrs Green will Uve In Wash
ington.. A number, of Washingtonians sailed
yesterday for Europe on board the
France, of the French line; among them
betas: MaJ. Ova. Charlea Fltxhnrh. tT.
8. A.,,retlred. and Mr. Fltahugh. Capt.
Algernon Sartoris. and the Viscountess
d'Asy. wife of the naval attache of the
French Embassy, -
and Mrs. John Wilktna are retrts-
! At the Hotel de CrIIIon In Paris. ,
Ttsa saaraa-rmtnl, as.smaooaoed of Mrs.'
t-WSTeaIp-r. -ssi.ua tar
and. Count Mlebel. Anteloe de Zegheb.
Mrs. Feabodjra first husband was Xr.
George. Lee-' Peabody', who died on Feb
ruary 10, lftt at John Hopkins Hospital,
Baltimore, Md. , - .
.Miss Anna Portner and. her sister. Hiss
Hlldegarde Portner have given up thelr
residence on" New Hampshire Avenue,
and wiU spend the winter at their
country place near Manassas, Va.
Mrs. J. Fairfield. Carpenter, who ex
pects to return to Washington October IS
for a short .stay, has leased her resi
dence In Sixteenth Street to the Minister
of Chile and Mme. Saurez for another
, Brig. Gen. Michael 8herldan, U. S. A.,
retired, and Mrs.. Sheridan, who have
spent the summer In Carlisle. P-. ex
pect to return to this city about Octo
ber IT. and will open their apartment at
the Portland for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. w William Nelson havo
announced the marriage of their daugh
ter. Miss "Edna M. Nelson, to Mr. Dsniel
A. Boyle, on Wednesday, at St. Domi
nic's Church. The Rev. J. A. Corran
performed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Porter, of Washing
ton, have gone to London, and are at
the Hotel Metropole.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carusi. whose
daughter. Miss Stella Carusl. will be
married to Mr. William Taft on Satur
day, will entertain the bridal party at a
supper at their residence after the re
hearsal for the wedding.
A wedding of Interest to society here.
which took place yesterday eienlng In
Wilmington. Del . was that ne mi.. cii,
abeth Winchester, daughter of Mr. and
airs. James Price Winchester, of Wil
mington, Del., to Mr. George Frederick
RsdclIRe. Jackson, formerly of England,
but now of West Virarinl.
The ceremony was performed at ( 30
o cioca at, innity Church In the presence
of a large and fashionable assemblage
front Baltimore and Wllmina-tnn. n
was followed by a reception at the home
of the bride's parents. Eleventh and
Market Street The bride entered the
church with her father, who gave her
in marriage, ana was met at the chancel
rail by the bridegroom, attended by Mr.
Thomas Starr King, of California, as
best man. Her gown was of white satin
charmeuse, trimmed with Valenciennes
lace, and her tulle veil was fastened
wttn a spray of orange blossoms. Her
oouquei was of orchids and lilies of the
alley. Miss Louise Hsxall. of Loudoun
County. Va.. was the maid of honor and
only attendant. After a wedding journey
Mr. and Mrs Jackson will live in City
Point. W. Va., where the former Is en
gaged In the engineering business.
A pretty home wedding took place yes
terday morning, when John S. Brownlow
and Miss Margaret R. Clark nere mar
ried at the home of the letter's parents.
33 East Capitol Street. Rev. John W.
Whltford performed the ceremony. Mr.
Brownlow Is a member of a prominent
family In Knoxvllle. Tenn. He Is the
son of John B. Brownlow and a grand
son oformer Gow Brownlow. of Ten
nessee. The couple left on an extended
honeymoon in Florida and Cuba. They
wUl return to the city and make their
BAND CONCERTS TO-DAY.
By United Slates CaTalrr Band, Arthur
S. Witccmb. director, at Fort Mjrr. at I
p. m. pi 1(1 amine!
March. Veal. Vidl. Vie!" Hall
Oieituie, "Tanta2nx)nalrna Snpne
Walta Zkpasnole. "AndaluaU" Thiere
Grand, selection, "It Happened In Nord-
Fkwer eone, "Hearta and Florera"..Tobani
alorvrsk elegant, Lores Tonnf Dream"
Rag odlitr. "Bauazia Mimm" Prror
March, "Waldraere". .. Loser
The Bur Spactied Banner."
Br SoWm' Home Band. John S. II. Zia
mermans. director, at I p. m. Programme:
March. "Under the Double Eagie"..YVagner
(Patriotic aira of two eonUnenta.)
ChararterJstir, "The -Serpentine Dance"
Selection. "Xccman of theGnard"..Sulliran
cgro oddity, "A Darkej'a Awakening"
A trip up the Rhine, "Old Heidelberg"
Description: Sailers' Chorus from tbe"Flr
ing Dutchman," Off on a Trip Vp tba Rhine,
the Rhine Danghtrra, Waa let daa Drutchen
Vatrrlandt the Heart on the Rhine, Die
TVacht am Rhine, Rhine Daughtera, Alt
Heidelberg du Peine, Pertio. Beer Waltz.
Die Drei Roalein. Alt Bunches. Heim
licbkeU. and Gaudamna Igltur.
Pnale; "The Signal" Clauder
"The Star Spangled Banner."
EECEIVES 11,000 DAMAGES.
James SI. wTeed Wlsi Salt Asralnst
A jury In Circuit Court No. 2 has re
turned a verdict of .1.000 in faor of
James M. Wood, former superintendent
of the Street-cleaning- Department, In his
suit against the District or alleged In
juries received in falling; into a pit In an
alley between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
Streets, near I Street. March It, 190S.
Will Address G. W. V. Chemlsta.
Prof. Charles E. Munroe will address
the Chemical Society of George Wash
ington University at Its first meeting of
the college year to-night In Chemistry
Lecture Hall. 1125 H Street Officers of
the society are: President. H. A. Lep-
per; vice president, A. 8. Thatcher; secre
tary. D. C Smith: treasurer, J. N. Tay
lor. Executive committee: The officers
and J. F. BrockwelL I T. Leonard and
Elected Junior Vice Commander.
At a meeting yesterday of the Council
of Administration. Department of the
Potomac. O. A. R-. Dr. J. K. Gleeson,
commander of Bumslde Post, No. 8, was
elected junior vice .commander of the
department to succeed the late Rev. K.
Junior Dentists Elect OfHcerw.
The Junior class or the dental depart
ment of George Washington University
has elected the following officers for the
year: "P. W. Peyton, president: P. O.
Fltxpatrlck, vice president: C. C. Bock
ey, secretary; "R. O. Higglns, treasurer:
U it. Desmond, class editor, and R. M.
San Tired at Marrtace.
Frances Relit Field, tho seventeen-
year-old wlfo, of Benjamin -Franklin
Field, yesterday filed suit for absolute1
divorce,. alleging misconduct and naming
a co-reap ono-ant. an& nonsusoort. Plain-
tiff aatta to have -her raaJden name re
stored. They .were, married la the Dis
trict rewsanra laat;, i .
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THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER Hours 8 to 6 G STREET
Sight of a
Hudson River, New York
October 12 to 15
Official Review October 14 and 15
Sixteen II S. Battleships came Into New York Harbor on
October 6. the advnnce guard ,f the Atlantic Fleet of 123
Warships which Is mobilizing; In the Hudson River, between t criii
30th Street and 170th Street. The arreatrst fleet of war
hlpa ever assembled In Asaerteaa waters or under the
United Mates flag;.
Public Is Invited to Inspect Ships
It Is the desire of the Navy Department that the people
shall see their warships, and the ships will be open for
Inspection from 3 a. m. to 5 p. m. each day. except during
Illumination of Fleet at Night
Fast Express Trains Direct to
which 1 easily accessible to the Upper River Front.
I PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
I INVITED !
We extend a cordial
of Washington to
Where we will take great pleasure in showing you the won
derful new dlscoery. tho 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
that the foot is responsible for a great many ailments that
can be cured through the foot.
There are a srreat many forms of nervous disorders that
are dnr to the condition of the feet. S5 per cent of the
pains that are supposed to come from rhoumatical conditions
are due to the feet, as well as the majority of taricose
veins. Flat-foot, or fallen arch, or metatarsal trouble, the
existence of which Is usually Indicated by the presence of
corns, callouses, or bunions, can be permanently cured ab
solutely without pain,
Why live in pain, dread,
to our establishment would
Our system of treatment Is by the month,
and examination fee, il.00.
Office hours. 9 a. m to 5:30 p. m.
Wilhelmina Foot Treatment
722 Tenth Street N. W.
Snider Wants Divorce.
Alleging misconduct and naming a re
respondent, Ernest G. Snider yesterday
filed suit for absolute, divorce from Anna
M. Snider, also requesting the 'custody
of. their child. They were married in
this city September 23. 1904.
Mlssosrrlaas Omit October Meetlns.
The Missouri Society will omit its Oc
tober meeting on account of many
members having gone home to vote. The
next meeting will bo held In- the new
Masonic Temple- on November M.
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tMVindex Shirts are
everyman's ideal of
what shirts ought to
You'll never find a stale
or obsolete pattern among
righuhere with all the ear
marks of class and the
little tricks and whims of
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beautiful fresh shades and novel
fabrics is only equsled by the
orifisality of the broad lusrsn
tee of quality that goes with them.
Whatever price you choose to
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invitation to the people
come and visit our
Street N. W.
by this scientific mechanical method.
and morbid fear, when a visit
mean a new era of happiness
The crJr traehera of Stare Dancing in Vraahinrtas.
Cloe. Bock, and all tUte work. Stadia Garden
Theater. City. Acta tausht: aadrrflle engaseoenU
reared foe pupili. Winter dam now fonnint.
All leaaona siren br pnfnaional actors. Addreaa
THE VAUDE1LLE STUDIO. Garden Theatei.
tth St.. near E.
To consult us If In doubt as to
what Paints or Enamels to
HODCKIN'S5?.rh8t:fllr.W QPEK THREE SESSIIIS.IJULY
vrn srivs) tteraisi gaaaas tsmssas vsias
Gas Portables; j
A collection embracing; the new.
T Jt ereaUons In rich lla-btlna; ef-
fects; a variety of distinctive de-
"Jams, representing? styles to har-
monlze with any Interior color
scheme or effect.
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X xc"ent character of dealsna and
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All the neweet iMlena ar ,
ranging- from Inexpensive to the9
handsomest Library Lamps, also'3
fih If creations in Lamp 14
Many of the beautiful deslfnsi
of our Electroliers are reproduced?,
n OUr Hilt Ttarfatlltta ..n.at.1.. k .
rich collection of acenle and florar H
e- oiiaue eirecis.
Dulin& Martin Co.
Tottery, Porcelain, Chlaa, Class,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St
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MB Grieves' Big Stock
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Prices, 10c, 15c, 25c.
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