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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1912.
Woodward & Lothrop
New YorkWASHINGTON Paris.
Chin aware and Glassware.
From our large and varied assortments the selection of the
desired service for Thanksgiving will be easy of accomplishment.
The remarkable diversity and particular beauty of our display will
appeal to all who value distinctiveness in table equipment.
Quality, design, coloring, are three strong factors that enter
into the buying of every Dinner Service. When we go to the
factory and the importers to choose our patterns we put our
patrons' interest first to find designs and decorations qualifying
for their preference is our desire, and we never enter into agree
ment for a single selection until our convictions render this deci
sion upon merit.
The display of open-stock dinnerware we now have on view
is a confirmation of these principles of choice. The quality we
know to be excellent the best and cheapest at the respective prices.
The patterns and decorations, both in regard to quality of design
and coloring, you can judge for yourself. Considered from every
standpoint the display is the most advantageous we have ever
The comprehensiveness of our stock is well illustrated
through this price range of a few of the most important pieces
of a set:
. . .0c to 133.00 1
Platters, each 13e to 910.30
Coered Dishes, each 63c to $10 00
Turkey Sets and
Substantial qualities, promising
cxtenslc .ind satisfying service,
with refinement and erace of design
and attractive and suitable colors
All these features are possessed by
this Fpeclal service dinnerware for
Thanksgiving, and the displays aro
exceptional!) attractive and the
prices remarkably reasonable
American Porcelain Turkcv
Set:, 13 piece5.
$3 13 and up.
English Porcelain Turkey
Set 15 pieces.
$5 35 and up.
French China Sets, 14 pieces.
$8 75 and up
Haviland China Sets 14
$10 25 and up
Turkey Platters and other plat
ters of various kinds, handsome
and English patterns and other
dalntv and appropriate designs
50c and up
Baking and Serving
A saving of time and a per
fection in the preparation and
cooking of the food will be real
ized bv all who use these wares
Their neatness allows their use
with the finest table appoint
ments. Casseroles for baking and serv
ing of brown and hlte earthen
ware. In pierced nickel frames, as
sorted sizes and stile $1.35 and up
Pie Plates conforming with
casseroles . . 75c and up
Baking Sets, consisting of 7-inch
casserole In frame, two baking
dishes and six custard
cups $1.05 and up
Many new design are shown In
Coaster bets, consisting of hand
somely designed tray and six Indi
vidual coasters for the serving or
drinks, beverages, etc They are
daintily decorated, and when not in
use make a tplendld decoration for
the buffet or china closet.
$1.50 to $23 set
HIUi Boor O rt.
about Fldwers for Wed
dings or other occasions
places you under no ob
ligations wliatevcr. Esti
mates for commissions
of any cliaracter fur
nished on request.
Corner 15th and H
Waldorf-Astoria U53 Broadway
You Will Always Find at
"The Piano Merchant,"
A Complete Stock of the Best
Made Pianos, Including
As Well as the Wonderful
And a Complete Line of
Sheet Music, &c.
Price? and Terms to Suit All.
1330 G Street.
We rfre Herald $35.000 contest -rotes.
largest Horning Circulation.
Cup 3 and Saucers, doz. 83c to $20.00
Sauoe Dishes, dozen 43c to $.100
Sauce Boats, each .. SOc to $7.75
Plain, Etched, and Cut Stem
Glassware is obtainable from us
in open-stock patterns. We
show a sufficient diversity in de
signs to insure a satisfactory se
lection at all times. Ever' pat
tern is a perfectly executed one
and is of exceptional merit,
which fact accounts for its be
ing shown here. The desire of
manv entertainers and .house
wives to have the entire glass
service of uniform quality and
pattern brings these unequaled
assortments into especial prom
inence at this time, and we em
phasize their readiness and de
sirability. Moderation of Price Is
of Much Interest. "
Elegant Cut Glass.
Elegant is a descriptive word
aptly used and correctlv applied
to our Cut Glass There is not a
single piece that does not com
ply with the term. Whether the
expression is given in elabora
tion or simplicity, it is apparent
w lth maximum forcefulness.
Patterns are almost without
limit in number, and the variety
of pieces for every purpose cov
ers wants for any kind of serv
ice or social occasion That our
prices are regulated to suit every
purchaser and upon merit alone
will be proved by an inspection.
Bonbon Dishes $1.00 and up
Celery Trajs . $223 and up
Water Pitchers . ... $3.73 and up
Comports $1.50 and up
Sugar and Cream Sets .$3-50 and up
Handled Nappies $1.00 and up
Spoon Trays $1.00 and up
Salad Bowls $3.75 and up
Oil Cruets $1.85 ana up
Orange Bowls ,.$8.75 and up
Flow er Vases $1.33 and up
ALSO baskets and nov
elties arranged with
the exquisite taste for
which we're noted. Finest,
Chrysanthemums and other
choice flowers. Reasonable
Estimates for wedding and
table decorations on request.
S" 14th and H ?k
We sire Heral $35,000
com ear Totea.
Thanksgiving Post Cards
"Plflro rflprln fltifl nil ntt. , a
In ri.t ,11!. '"" JfftV.
Kodaks, fia ""-" auL "onery'
W. J. KROBSE, 968 Q St N. W.
We cItc Herald $35.000 contest Totea.
When roaatinf a fowl la a m itan mt tkm
tablesprxmfnla of water lata tha meat tin at tie
bottom of the note Toa will fl&d ths steam will
make tlu Uri Under.
Tha President received tha Russian
Ambassador, Mr, Oeortre Bakhmeteft,
yesterday when the Ambassador called
to pay his respects, and Mra. Taft enter
tained Mae. BakametefC. at tea during
Mme. Louden, wife of the Minister of
the Netherlands, cave a reception at the
legation yesterday afternoon. This la the
first time she has received her, friends
since her mourning-, and tha spacious
drawlnir rooms were crowded with mem
bers of the diplomatic corps and her
friends from the official and restdenUal
Mr. and Mrs. Merrills B. Ingalls and
Miss Gladys Ingalls have arrived In
Washington from the Virginia Hot
Springs, and are occupying the residence.
1901 R Street, which they have leased
lor tna winter.
Mrs. "Winthrop Gray, of New York,
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles
L. McCauIey. at iier residence In New
Mr. and Mrs Edson Bradley have ar
ranged a ""house warming on December
20. at which the new addition to their
Connecticut Avenue residence will be
Miss Katherlne Mimmack Is the bouse
guest of Mrs. Morris, in New Vnrk- Be
fore returning to her home here. Miss
jummacK win visit friends in Tuxedo
Miss Margaret Ferln has gone to New
York to visit Mrs. Charles Munn and
her daughter. Miss Gladys Munn. who
arc spending several weeks at the Bel
mont before coming to Washington.
Mrs. Duncan McKlm has sent out cards
for a tea on Friday afternoon, November
29, after 4 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Eldrldire Jordan will arive
a small dance Thursday evening.
Mrs M. B Hatch gave a pretty and
informal tea esterday afternoon at her
residence in Nineteenth Street for her
house guests, Mr. and Mrs. E. H BuUer,
of Detroit. Mich Mrs Horn presided at
thb tea table, and Miss Helen Colhoun
served the frappe The receiving party
included Miss Phclan and Miss Baker,
ana tho Slises Colhoun.
The marriage of Miss Helen Sousa,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Philip
bousa, and Mr Hamilton Abert. son of
Mr. and Mrs William Stone Abert. of
Washington, will take place Tuesday
afternoon. December 17. at 4 o'clock, at
SI Thomas' Church, New York City. Thi
Ke Dr E M btires will officiate Miss
bousa will have no attendants Mr
Thomas Marsalis will be best man, and
Mr Henderson M Green and Mr. Arthur
H. Osbom are to be the ushers Only
the relatives and a few Intimate friends
ttlll be present at the ceremony A small
reception at the St. Regis will follow.
Mrs George LJojd Magruder and Miss
Pauline Magruder haie arrived In Sa
vannah, Ga., Where they will attend the
wedding of Lieut. Burns Magruder and
Miss Mary Blue Hull, on Friday Dr
Magruder will loin his wife and son to
morrow The members of Miss Hull's bridal
party were entertained at luncheon yes
terday by Miss Elizabeth Malone, and
at dinner last night by Miss Sophie Mel
drim. who Is one of the bridesmaids.
Other parties for Miss Hull and Lieut.
Magruder are to be Mrs W. G Barn
well's luncheon to-day. Miss Eliza
Lamar Hull's dinner to-night. Mra
Cheshire Nash's luncheon to-morrow,
and Miss Anna Stevens' dinner dance
Miss Nana Hull will be her sister's
maid of honor, and the bridesmaids will
b Miss Paul'ne Magruder. of Washing
ton. D C . Miss Sophie Meldrim, Miss
Elinor Shotter, Miss Anna Stevens, Miss
Elizabeth Malone, and Miss Eliza
Lamar Hull The groomsmen will be
Mr Frederick Dawson, of New York.
Ca.pt. BatUe, IT S A.. Lieut. Marcel
Keene. USA. Mr. Joseph Hull, Jr .
Mr Dana Stevens, and Mr H C Daniel
The best man will be Lieut. Edward
Collier Little. U S N
The ceremony will be foUowed by a
Many of Mrs. Christian HemmlclCs
friends are interested In the announce
ment that her portrait of Whistler, the
great painter, has been reproduced by
the John Lane Company, who have used
it In Mr. Conrad a book, and also as
the cover to a "Life of WhlsUer " It
Is one of Mrs Hemmick's best "sketch"
portraits, and was made when she was
living In the Latin Quarter In Paris,
where Mr. Whistler was also a resident.
It Is the only late portrait of the great
painter and writer.
M. Lefebvre de la Boulaye, recenUy
appointed second secretary of the French
Embassy, has arrived In Washington,
accompanied by Mme Lefebvre de la
Boulaye and their children.
Mrs. David King has returned from a
visit to Virginia, and Is at the New
Wlllard. She will go later to Newport.
The schedule of exhibition drills In the
Riding Hall at Fort Myer during the
season was announced yesterday as fol
November 29. regular drill at 230 p.
m.. open to the public
November 23, evening. 8 p. m , special
complimentary drill given by the Post
Commander. CoL Joseph Garrard, Fif
teenth Cavalry, U S A., for members of
the National Guard, District of Colum
bia. (General public not Invited.)
December 6, regular drill at 2:S0 p. m.,
open to the public
December 6, evening, 8 p. m., special
complimentary drill given by the Post
Commander, CoL Joseph Garard, Fif
teenth Cavalry, U 8. A., for the mem
bers of the National Guard, District of
Columbia. (General public not invited.)
Beginning on December 4. and con
tinuing on every Friday afternoon there
after, drills will be given to the general
jrabllo, commencing at 2.30 p m.
One of the most beautiful weddings of
the season took place last night when
Miss Irma Stem, daughter of Rabbi Louis
Stern and Mrs. Stern, and Mr. F. H.
Kallshcr, were married In the Eighth
Street Temple, which was appropriately
decorated for the occasion.
A delightful musical programme pre
ceded the entrance of the bridal party.
Mr. Louis Atwater was the organist, and
Mrs. Nellie Wilson Shlr-Cllft, the soprano,
rendered several solos. Mr. Sol Minster
was the violinist. The "Bridal Chorus"
from "Lohengrin" sung by the Temple
Quartet, Miss Pauline Whltaker, con
tralto, taking Miss Irma Stem's place In
The bride", preceded by her bridal party,
entered the templn escorted by her
father. Rabbi Stem. She wore an ex-
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THE PALAIS ROYAL
A. LISNER. HOURS: 8 to 6. G STREET.
...lol wnnrn nf whtt. phfl rm Atl.J. nlth
court train, and lieally trimmed with
pearls and duchesae lace Her tulle veil
was caught in place oy orange oiotsoms,
which her mother, Mra Stern, had worn
on her wedding daj The bride carried
a Bible from which nunc beauUful lilies
of the allty In showers
On their arrival at tho altar nabbl
Abraham Stern made a short address,
fter which Rabbi Stern performed the
tl- T A.-.n . kl.rx tin Kietnr'tl ntllv fl-t-
tendant. wore a handsome kov. n of peach
cnarmeuHe un ptmi m .....on.. .......
mine, and an aigrette fastened In her
.( Kir a phlnntitnn. htltterflt Hhn CAT-
r ed a large bouquet of Bridesmaid roses
Mr Alexander a (iusaorc. uncio 01 me
bride, was the lwt man. and the ushers
.. A i..m rvnll Tt nundnrf Wallaca
I uchs. Edgar C Kaufman, Melvln Gu
dorf, and the brides Drotners, Jir jria
Mem and Mr Alfred Stern
The bridal partv and relatives of the
bride and Broom were entertained at din-
rer at the Hotel continental aner uie
Mra Louis Stem, mother of the onae,
wore a handsome gown of black char
rneuse. with an overdress of chantilly
. onri lot. and a black alurette. with
a corsage bouquet of lilies of ths vajley
Mrs Henry B. Ansorff. or cnicaso. t
ler of the groom, wore pale blue cbar
nieuse. with chantilly and lace costal
Miss Grace Jackson, or unicaKO. cousin
of the groom, wore white channeuke.
with hand-painted white chiffon
w.- ii.t.w nr.iAn vnrft black char-
meuse. the waist btlng covered with
shadow lace and rhineetone trimming
Mrs Morris Gusdorf was dressed In
black charmeuse. trimmed with cold
'aw .. .
,.... TTnnnor. Il,ii4rrrf wore amethYSt
charmeuse trimmed with silver lace and
f . rM. c Wsii.fman wore flesb-
I....... .kin.i HrAnAti with chltfon.
costal trimming, and a blue girdia
Mrs VVallace L.UCB wore wiuie bccjub
Miss Kleanor Jata wore pm -""-
meuse. with accordion pieaiea cniuu-i
and touches of blue-
The bride's traveling aress was ui
..... .... eh irnrA n moleskin hat
trimmed with amber ostrich ornament
and fur Mr and Mrs Kallsher Wll
nnttimnr. frwnlfrht on one of the
steamers for the South, where they will
spend their honeymoon cruimg in mo
Southern waters On their return they
will reside at the Clifton apartment
vf .nVi.n n Elklns and Miss
Katherlne Elklns were noticeable figures
at the horse show In New York ?
day. the latter wearing a long more skin
coat, and one of her cnaracwruut v
. i ... iiir wre the guests of
luru utiic ..w - --
Judge and Mrs William H Moore
k ..on. hirthdav Darty was given by
Mr Meyer Kam!nky Sunday night. An
eleborate repast was ronowea oy
speeches. Dr M S Goldberg acting as
toastmaster Among those present were
Messrs Al Shefferman. M Abramson,
Sam Miller, Myer Brenner. H Olbber-
t . Vrtr.iitnn. Nick Bobys. Al
Ganier, Leo Gamer, S Haas, I I Myer-
owltz. Mose won. in.u ""-""" -
Buehler. A Kamlnsky. Max Ivebesky.
.. . Vr....t. -MuT Wolf. Leon BrllL
.Moms rk.owsr.j. .... -- -- -
Ben Brill. J Schaffer and VV Rosenberg
A mu'leal entertainment uo -
runt rvimmnnder Maximilian Bar-
styn, Austrian Naval attache, will go to
v.. VnrV to-morrow. In company with
his fellow-counto-man. Commander Cor
wln. who sails on Thursday for a short
visit In Europe. Commander v-orwin
nt .,m tiat-a in December, and he
and Mme. Corwln will take a house In
Washington for tne winter. mcui.
Commander Burstyn will return to
Washington from rew iors 0.1 m u
of the week.
Mrs. David D. Porter, formerly Miss
Winifred MaMlngly. will arrive here to
day from Manila, where MaJ Porter
Is stationed, and will be the guest of
her parents. Mr. ana airs aunun jiai
Ungly, at their home In Q Street.
mi Mildred Bacon, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. I S. Bacon, will entertain at
nn Informal dance this evening at her
home in Connecticut Avenue, in honor
of her house guests, .miss Anna oantora.
of Knoxvllle, Tenn . ana ansa xieieu
Hood, of Palm Beach, Fla.
Miss Virginia Mlllan entertained at a
tea yesterday afternoon at her residence
In Park Road In honor of Miss Marie
Adams, who will make her debut this
The house was decorated with palms
and pink roses, and the tea table had
a centerpiece of pink roses and candles
with pink silk shades.
Miss Mlllan wore pinK satin, veiieo.
In pink chiffon, and Miss Adams' gown
was of changeable pink silk and white
Miss Elizabeth Crenshaw and Miss
Mary Louise Howser presided at the
tea table, and the others assisting In
the dining room were Miss Amparo
Rlvero. daughter of the Cuban Minister
and Mme. Rlvero: Miss Mary Lee Flem
ing. Miss Florence Schneider. Miss La
nette Smith, Miss Dorothy Taylor, Miss
Helen Klmmel, and Miss Mlllan, sister
of the hostess
invitations for a muslcale and tea have
been" Issued by Mrs F. Menefee, of the
Washington College, for next Friday
Mr. Harry Patterson HopVifis, of the
faculty, will be the pianist, and imme-,
(Uately aljcr ibe recital relrejhBlcnU
Greater Palais Royal.
This New Shop never sees a visitor leave
because of not having the clothes to suit the
fancy and the pocketbook of parents and their
boys. It's because of the variety here.
Prices, $3.75 to $15 '
Suits and overcoats are here for every type
of senior boy from 9 to 18 years and junior
boys of 2y2 to 12 years. Only reliable clothes
you'll note the least price is $3.75. We 'cannot
pretend to offer reliable clothes at less. Can
Best at $5.00
The Suits with two pairs of Knickerbockers,
in either double breasted or Norfolk styles, are
greatly favored by boys of 7 to 18 years.
The $5 00 Corduroy Suits, for boys of 7 to
17 vears, are also unusually good at the price.
The Overcoats at $5.00 are in styles for senior
boys of 10 to 18 years, and junior boys of 24
to 12 years.
will be served to the young ladles and
guests In the reception room. About a
hundred cards have been issued.
The Football Club at Washington Bar
racks, D C, foot of Four-and-a-half
Street bouthwest (Old Arsenal), will hold
its regular dance In the Post Gymnasium.
Thursday evening. November 21. 191i
Dancing commences at 8 30 p m. Music
by the Engineers' Band Orchestra. All
are Invited to attend
'Mrs Wilson Howe, a niece by mar
riage of Pres-dcnt-elect Woodrow Wil
son, will spend the winter In Washing
ton Before her marriage she was a
Mils Pejlon, of Virginia.
Mrs Beverly Randolph Mason has re
ceived a cablegram from Pekin. China,
announcing the birth jesterdaj of a
daughter to her son-in-law and daugh
ter Mr and Mrs. Phillip Halsey Pat
chin. Mrs Patchin. before her inarriage
was Miss Poll Mason.
The Legion of Loyal Women cele
brated Its twentieth anniversary at a
supper last evening, to which the hon
orary members and friends were Invited.
The hall was decorated with flags and
evergreens The president. Mrs Anson
K Ball, gave a welcome to the guests,
and Introduced the speakers. After the
serving of the supper the following pro
gramme was rendered
"America, sung by the audience, an
address by Mrs VMll'ajn E Andrews,
president of the D C Federation of Wo
man's Clubs, subject, "Woman's Clubs "
Mrs Evelyn Belden talked on "Wo
man's Work." a bass solo by Mr. Walter
Bagley, who was accompanied on the
piano by M ss Virginia Houghton, a
piano solo bj Mrs Mlllette Spangler
Mrs Laura V McCulIough read a very
Interesting raper. subject. "What the
Legion Has Done In the Twenty Years
of Its Existence."
Mrs. Merclne E Cutter gave some
humorous stories Mra Joseph James.
secretary of the D C Federation of
Woman's . Clubs, gave a short talk on
the biennial meeting of the General
Federation of Woman s Clubs, which
met recently at San Francisco, Cal Mrs
Nellie C Royce recited a poem The
supper celebrated the end of the twent
vears. the time that the legion was in
corporated, and It also was the cele
bration of the re-lncorporatlon. as of the
last regular meeting, bj entire vote of
the member action was taken to re
incorporate for another twent j ears
About a half century aj . Qneea Victoria ordered
Ridrways, the world fimoui Tea Merchants, of
London, to prepare for ber personal bm, a
blend of oreradoten different Hods of Tea,whka
perfectly suited her Majesty's taste. Thli tea was
aimed " Her Majesty's Blend " aod It wis ssed by
Queen Vktorls, regulirly, during rae tut 43 years
Exactly the not. tea bu been soil for a bill
ceatnry, ind is aow told to the most discrimioatiog
tea drinkers Is the world, lodndlng the Emperor
of Germiny, the Kln( of Bolgarli ind test of
thontindi of others is Europe and America.
Sherry'a, Fifth Arenve, New York, oed " Her
Majesty's Blead " excliorrely for the fire o'clock
ten of New York 1 four hundred for orer twenty
The leadlnc American grocers now sell It
The moit fathloaufcle and disorimi
nctlnj Ancrloant tMyceiallr choc
who io abrsad ercrr yar
"HER MAJESTY'S BLEND"
cots farther than chtaptr teas
Seated Alr-T1M Pki In poands. harres
Order Trial Fsckate TO-DAT I
At All HIGH-CLASS Grocars
B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO.
Write os If yoc cannot cct II
100 Hadson St..
OUR stock of Cutlery is unequaled for the great variety
of Finest Quality Steel and Silver-plated Table Knives,
Carvers, and Kitchen Cutlery, including over fifty varie
ties of Carvers, &c.
Steel Table Knives, with handles of sterling silver, ivory,
silver-plated, and celluloid. We offer the following SPECIALS
for Thanksgiving all strictly guaranteed quality:
Celluloid Handle Medium Knives, set, $1.25
Triple Silver-plated Medium Knives, set, $1.25
Double Plus Silver-plated Medium
Knives, set $1.00
1847 Rodgers Triple Silver-plated Me
dium Knives, set $1.75
Stag Handle Carver and Fork, pair . $1.00
Stag Handle Carver and Fork with
Steel, set $1.60
Silver-mounted 3-piece Carving Set . $2.50
Other style Carving Sets $3.25, $4.00, $5.00
$7.00 up to $22.50 set
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Pottery, .Porcelain, China, Glass, Silver, &c
1215 F St. and 1214-18 G St.
2315-2317 18th St.
Phone Columbia SS.
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LWe Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
W e Ktve Herald f 25.000 contest votes.
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Raisins, 3 for Si
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The De Koven Opera Co.
Daniel V. Arthur Mil
ITeramta the ftratext of All Berlrala.
Tbe Nation a light Opera.
TVIth Grand Opera All-Star Cast.
.NOTly-MlU and ttlrrbccs orders spcndl
dorisf this c3erafDt
TUES. nun iiiniimiiA unv
1 AH. tv ml H mi -
4:30 I OCIET OF V Y. U
Josef HtranakT. Conductor.
IY1ISCHA ELM AN, Soloist
Hnoea S-50 COO. JL50. R.00 al T Arhu Smith s.
1X7 P St.
dpi item CLOSED
(Open ext Thursday, Krldax and Sat
urday, srlth FrliiaT and Saturday Slat
Inrea. I'rlcen, noe to J2J0. Friday
31 nun re, ueat Seats. S2.1M).
And her company la
The Whirl of Society
AND 100 OTHERS
GABY DESLYS in MLLE. CHIG
Members of the Tsto Companies!
Rarney Rernard. Harry Pllcrr, Metritis
Ellis, Ada Leu In. Lsnrencr D'Orsay,
Fannie Rrice, Laura Hamilton. X.ee
Harrison, Clarence llarrey. Clara Pal
mer, and Arthur stsindford.
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW
Special Matinee Itianksarlvlnar.
Direct from l.lu NlRht. In New Tork
fa II Jaw .tela-
The Six Kirksmith Sisters
In a noteltj mnsical art MAXIMCS th hearr
wtteht j.prT FAIKV UEFVES uliuinc ersne
dieu :. ITUTZ nOCSTON tho cartoonist EAB
MB EARME. onssed atrohaw lUlllARDel
A. KYLE, in At the (.lab and the HICK1UV
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MVTS. TTJES., TltCIlS .D hVT
A Great Kay IVan a Great Note!.
LIFE'S SHOP WINDOW
A Berofiatkctlly Great Drama
Vat WtWaf-TIIE CALL OP TIIF HEART.
TWO FEItFOlUIANrRS DAILY IlY
With That Eter popular Comedian.
And a Ileal All-star Cast.
:EXT WEEK - VIOLLIB WILLI IMS
& liSiA?(W. t . f