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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25. 1912.
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Develop Your Bust
In 15 Days
New Way Hone Treatment
ABE MARTIN SAYS:
TOPICS OF INTEREST TO EVERY WOMAN
EDITED BY JULIA CHANDLER AIANZ '
I don't car
how thin you
are, bon old
ou are. how
flaccid are the
line of your
flirure or how
flat jour chest
li I can prlve
vou a full,
that will be
the envv of
will Blve ou
1 1 o. allure
ments uf per
The Charm of a Full,
Firm Bust Is World More
I here Is colli
n? new tin
dcr the ijji. but I hais ffc-rfected a
treatmeit that I -want to share with
in sisters W hat It did for mo it can
nnd will do for jou, and I now offer It
Others ofer to build uj our figure
with drucs, Kreasy skin foods, creams,
rilMlng'. masaKc, and exnensive Instru
ments and devices 1 bare dune ariray
iiHh. nil tbrae Injurious methods, and
1 ave Ehcn a lecloo of women a luxuri
ant natural development bj a treat
ment never before offered the public
No massaging, nothing to take, noth
'nij to near
by be Aklony, KCrawny, flat,
nnd unattmrtlse? I claim to
he (he highest priced nrtUC"
model In the lolled Mate, and.
nbat I did for m-mclf I enn do
I don't care what our age may he
1 ask only that ou be at least sixteen
and not an Invalid and I will under
take to develop our bust In two weeks
AH I ask is tive o- ten minutes of j ou
tline eerj da
Virile io Me To-day for My Treatment
It 1.111 only coat yon a penns
for a post card and I III mall
thU Tionderfnl Informallnn In
a plain cover no that no one
will know your necrct.
Don't let i false pride and a silly
ense of shame keep ou from cnJo -ins
to the full the charms ou should
iae to be a perfect specimen of wom
anhood Let me help ou lour LOin
m miration shall be held in absolute
c nfidencc md secrecy rile me to-
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HOW AN ARTIST
FOUND HER WAY
Genius as a Fainter Came to Light
by Trick of Chance.
By FnCES .XHVFPRR,
It was fifteen jcars ago that a famous
French painter, M. Julas Flandrin. left
his studio for a little stroll, and as he
had not planned to stay er Ions he
left the door ajar.
But, as It happened, ho met an artist
friend and they went to a near-by cat.
for a game of billiards, and the min
utes lenethened Into hours
Whllo they, were chattlns and enjoy
itiK the came, a joung woman went to
the ttidlo to see tho artist, and. finding
tt e door open, she slipped in to await
his return But lie was in no haste, and,
Uniting the Ions wait rather wearisome.
the B'rl looked about the room, drifting
from finished pictures to sketches Just
begun, marveling and perhaps wishing
as she passed from easel to easel.
And then her good rtirv must have
ben standing guard to prompt 1 er mind
and her fingers, for the story runs along
as If there was a magic wand some
Inakllleil lit Craft.
She was a poor girl, uneducated and
with hands unskilled In any craft but
that of the needle, but as she looXed
at the beautiful uork about her she
knew that more than anything else she
wanted to become an artist.
She did not know how to go about
it but something whispered to her to
tri. and, acting upon the sudden In
spiration! she began to sketch a bunch
of flowers that nodded at her In a ery
friendly and encouraging way from the
bowl where they were clustered.
Then she forgot that she was wait
ing, forgot that she was in a strange
studio and knew nothing about art
With unskilled linger and an untrained
mind she worked awa so busily and
so full of Interest that she neter heard
the creak of the door, never saw
hadow or heard a step And for some
minutes the artist stood and watched
He ww not a particle of technical skill
and knew that the girls fingers were
simplj following the promptings of Xt
ture but he saw enough else to be rulte
sure that ears of training and of work
would make a world of difference
encouraged her to drop the needle for
the painter s brush, and unoertook to
supcrise her studies and her work
It was a wear time for she had no
funds but she struggled along for Jears,
studying working, and all the while
getting a little nearer her goal As
time went b she sent specimens of her
work to different exhibitions, and the
quiet charm of it first won a bit of
praise then a bit of fame.
And this autumn in the Paris salon
there hang two pictures which hae a
particular fascination to visitors because
tlie bear the name of the artist Mme
Jaciuellne Marval whose genius as a
painter came to light bj the merest
trick of chance
One calls it a trick of ihance but there
was something er much human in the
wa it worked For 11 Flandrin did not
!eae it all to her and to kindly fate He
supervise her studies and then, when
there was tcchincal skill back of the
Tead fingers he helped to make her
known In th Paris world of art
And the humble working woman of es
trnla is the recognized artLst of to-da.
Possnl she never mai shine with rare
light hut her work is accepted and
praised h critics and the throngs that
pause before her pictures remember the
Mon of her Itret Inspiration, and they
are glad and proud for her sake
V nrld pplnuiU.
lor the whole world gives its sjmpa
th and a bit of its heart to folks who
t work pluck and b genius, with a
little fncndlj help are enabled to step
ut from the work environment In which
the are born to a field where the come
Into their own
And the wonder is that men and women
who long to make their monev or their
Influence talk do not oftener stop In the
b-was and help along some of the
vcung workers whom nature intended for
one thing but of whom the conditions of
life exact quite anothor
For nobod doubts that there Is many
a oung woman wearii plodding along In
shop. In factor, or in other tuneless wa
who might easil abide on the heights
of congenial work if somebody would
manage to set a door ajar
One can tomatoes one tcaspoonful salt,
one teaspoonful sugar, one teaspoonful
butter, one teaspoonful cornstarch, dash
Put the tomatoes in an agate sauce
pan and boll ten minutes, mash with a
wire potato masher Add the salt, pep
per, sugar, butter, and cornstarch, wet
with a little cold water. Boil two min
utes A little grated onion adds ve-y
much to the flavor
Two slices halibut steak, one pint
ovsetrs. Into a baking pan lay thin
slices of salt pork, then one slice of
hallbnt. cover with one-half the ostcrs.
tpnnKla with salt, pepper, lemon juice.
and bits of butter; lay on the other
slice of halibut, then remainder of os
ters, pepper, salt pork on top. Bake
one and one half hours, basting often
When done, remove the pork, cover with
buttered crumbs and brown quickly,
Serve with HoIlandaJse sauce.
The cable stitch Is used to cover line
designs ard some very decorative work
may be done with it. To make the stitch.
bring the needle and thread to the right
side. The thread Is held down with the
thumb of the left hand, then the needle
Is Inserted at the right of the thread,
brought out at the left and nulled
through This process la repated with
Orange Sponge Cake.
One cup sugar, one-quarter cup cold
water, one-quarter cup flour after It Is
sifted, three eggs, 'one-half juice and
nna ox tine orange, one teaspoon
soda dissolved In water.
X WaKT ta trim It ta snip .ti,fa4b, r m.
hira Bhemsitlii, scuts or chronic do sutler wait
lour condlttaD-wrlt tods' for ay FUSE BOOK
en "BHEUMATISM-Iti Caine and Care." Tboo
MUdi call It -Tli as wonderful book ertr writ.
Ira. .Don't tend stimD-it ABSQLCTIX.T
JESSE A. CASE, Drpk 9C7, Brockton, Una
TOR SCHOOL WEAR.
Dark colors, brightened b simple em
broideries or figured materials, are ideal
for the crisp autumn data,
A very dark blue serge is made up as
shown with collar and sash of bright
figured moire The closing is made with
fancy red buttons, and a brilliant red
velvet bow Is placed across the front of
Tucks are made each side of the clos
ing In the waist and a bias fold of the
cloth Is stitched on the skat in an ap
parent continuation of thee
Put Batiste Lining Under
' Thin Silk House Dresses
Man women do not know that if
thin silk dresses are attached to cheap
white batiste they will wear much bet
ter and look far more expensive than if
made up without a lining of an sort
The batiste should be a ard wide If
possible, so that It wi I not be necessary
to piece It If shopped for carefully this
material can bo bought for about 1
cents a ard.
Cut the waist and skirt pieces out in
the batiste first, and then lay this
'white pattern" over the silk, taking
great caro to baste It smoothly all
around for If the detached lining is not
perfectl smooth the dress will not look
right The lining should be ewed up
with the waist and with the gore pieces.
and turned up with the skirt hem
silk dress, which is verv Inexpcnsi
will look quite handFome if made in this
wa, as the batiste will give sufficient
thickness without making the dress look
A separate lining may be made for the
waist and attached at the neck and arm
holes If desired A lining made this wav
can, of course, be taken out and washed
often as found necessary, while thf
silk will remain clean for a long time.
as it will not come In contact with the
If a frock Is to be made with a oke
ana unaerieeves these may be at
tached to the separate lining
Another suggestion, which Is llttl
known to the home dressmaker is t(
sew eyes on the upper part of a skirt
vent and the hooks on the lower or
underneath side, then when the dress 1s
washed no hook and marks show.
This Is a good suggestion to follow
when making children's dresses which
open down the entire length of the back
These frocks when made of gingham
or any wash material have to be wash
ed frequently, and the Iron marks will
always show when the hooks and ees
are put on In the regular way.
Take the outer skin from the heart,
remove the veins and arteries Trim the
fat and membranes from the gizzard cut
through the thick part, open and removo
the Inner lining without breaking. Cut
off the white gristle, and use only the
thick, fleshy part. Be sure to cut the
gall sac away from tho liver and cut
away any part that Is green Wash the
giblets and put over Are. with cold water
enough to cover, and simmer until ten
der. (The neck and wing tips are often
cooked with the giblets.) Grind through
me meat cnopper
Pot one tablespoonful of drlnnines and
one tablespoonful of chopped onion in a
pan: add the ground giblets, cook rive
minutes, then add the gravy from the
turicey pan and the water in whloh th
giblets were cooked. Mix two tablespoon
fuls of flour with a. little cold water and
add to the gravy; add one tablespoonful
cnoppea parries, one teaspoonful salt.
and one-quarter teaspoonful white pep
per: cook five minutes. If not brown
enougn, aau one tablespoonful of cara
A mlrepolx Is the French term for the
foundation for flavoring sauces, braised
meats, and a nuner of thick eoups
Usually It contains equal quantities of
onion- and carrot, half tho quantity of
luruiiJ, who or iwfl slices ot nam or bacon
a little butter, a "bouquet garni" (pars
ley, thyme, bay leaf), a few pepper
corns, and one of two cloves. In cases
where the mlrepolx is used the exact
quantities are given, as they necessarily
vary with the kind and quantity of food
to be seasoned. When the mlrepolx forms
the foundation for braising, sufficient
vegetables should be used to make a
substantial bed upon which to nlaee the
bird or cut of meat.
One-fourth peck onions, one table
spoonful salt, one tablesooonful butter.
one tablespoonful flour, one cup milk.
Pare and wash the onions, cover with
boiling water, add the salt and boil forty
minutes, or unUl the onions are tender.
Remove with a skimmer.
nit the butter in a pan, add the flour,
then the cold milk slowly, stir until
smooth and cream, cook three minutes,
pour over the onions and ennv r, , .
SOME LITTLE HINTS'
To Insure Smooth and Even Work,
Maka".Snre the' Twist Runs
To Insure smooth, even work, after
drawing tho thread from the skein, pass
ll lightly between the forefinger and
the thumb to make sure which way the
Now Insert the thread In tho needle so
that the twist seems to run downward.
This gives great smoothness In the fin
ished work, for If the opposite end Is
Inserted In the needle, the thread will
b drawn through the linen against
Its twist, thus causing roughness and
Never knot your thread. It causes the
finished work to hae a rough appear
ance Fatten the thread by running It
for several stitches through the cloth
or sewing It over and over on some
portion of the material tht Is to be
tovered by the work.
In finishing a' needleful of silk, fasten
it In the same way, always clipping It
short, eo It will not work to the surface
and give a ragged appearance Never
blto off the silk, clip It near to the cloth
with a pair of sharp scissors
"Working Floral Iclc"n.
When working floral designs, the leaf
or petal that laps under another part
of the design should be worked first. A
simple method of working leaves or pet
als is to begin at the apex, and after
making a line of stitches down tho cen
ter, work to the right until tnat nait
Is filled In. then fill In the left half, go
ing back to the apex again Io begin
When the work requires delicate shad
ing, begin at the bare and gradually
work upward on the whole leaf, or petal
i until it la completed Some people out-
lino the vejnlngs first, hut a better wa
is to put such velnlng as ma be neces
sarv in last over the completed work
To mark the outlines of leaves and
flowrs. run a single row of outline stitch
ing around the -edge This treatment
raises the work and develops Us lights
and shadows, but where high lights are
desired the padding must be thick htit
oft. worked with strands of darning col
ton Shading can be done in a manner that
looks extremely like painting that Is. the
colors can be cleverl worked in so that
they blend with one another almost the
wa the do In a picture This Is done
bv running the stitches of one color
well up Into the other so as to have no
decided line where the meet
EASY TO MAKE.
This styiish garment is simple both In
feature and in construction It has the
convenient and fashionable front-closing,
and is made with removable chemisette,
long o short sleeves and has flve-gored
skirt Serge Is a nice material to use
with the collar of satin or moire Cash
mere, checked or striped material or silk
may also be considered
The pattern. No 6007, Is cut In sizes
32 to 43 inches bust measure. Medium
size requires 61-S jards of 41-Inch mater
ial or 4 7-R yards of 41-lnch fabric with
6-S yard of :Hnch contrasting goods.
The above pattern can be obtained by
sending 10 cents to the Pattern Depart
ment ol The wasmngton Uerald
Don'ts for Mothers.
Don't treat children's roubles lightl
their trials are big to them as those of
Don t Ian to instill a deep sense of
kindness to dumb animals a cruel boy
generally maxe a cruel man
Don't neglect an unturth or dishonor.
ble action teach jour children to face
these oJt and it will make them cour
Don t encourage whinnlng or tale-
Don t lose your children's confidence
try to live close to their hearts.
OBTAIN SEW LIFE, no WELLS'
namtPd Titallty br reclaeinr tbe dead nrm
and brain tiasoes, A remedy for Nerroca
Proatratlon. fienTatthrnis Piralrals, and
all Tiuated or weakened condltiona of tho
nlem In men tnd. women. A poathf rem
edj for DTflrErsIA and IND1UE.YTION.
Uoarantecd free from morphincv cocaine
chloral, or tnr other narcotio drnz. Kyery
inch, of unrroretntst comet tc star. Writs
for our new book Lach package, eootalnlns
fall 3) dj- treatment, bj mllL V. C- IT
HOWELLS & CO . 50 Church St. w Tork
Cltr Sold at all O Donuell I'hanudea,
Affleck m Urnr Store and all rtraggtatj.
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Mrs. Tilford Moots has three
sons that arc all Bull Moosers an'
one daughter in Elkhart.
Lots o folks would be alive
t'-da if thev liadn' uaitprl till
thej'd aed enough t' take life
SOCIETY TO ATTEND
Among Boxholders Are Many Promi
nent in Social Life in
The time for the Armv and Navy foot
ball game one of the few sporting events
In the Inlted .State- which has an etiual
appeal In both soclet and sportsman s
circles Is approaching and man who
nre prominent In Washington soclet and
omciai lire win Journey to the Quaker
City November 30 to witness the struggle
Great have hen the preparations on
Franklin Hld In Philadelphia to accom
modate the rronds that It is certain will
ttend iin.l It is expected that the at
tendance will exceed nil previous records
On the llt of boxholders in the navv sec
tion there are man names well known
In VVashlngton among whom are
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tlse n P. Holmm
In. 5-Rr Vlmlnl C H V rteland Crc T SL
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No ! Thf I iwrnnandant of 3Iii14iiisiisi I tilted
Matr Natal VradrniT
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No. tZ ( ol ItrrfpTt V Thomr-iMl.
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No $4 Rpar Admiral IT I Cone RerrfnUlire
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No HV-tV II tjton TV It Duncan
No. ft- Car v flrant Commandant of League
Inland Narr lard
No. T-trs l.on ' r stokrs. Otil Ewrmefr II
It Stanford Ittrrrsrntatiw H. D Hood VL C
N. W-seoator 1 W Smith rajnuater Ceneril
T 1 tole
No. 83-Srnalor R J rjairMe Chief Onsrrurtor
R M. Watt senator J E. Martin?
No SO-Roar dmiral H rMrrfaau.
No 91 Reieoarntatne V Vithenron T.ttT
Vdrairal B llskr mator Pranlrcee
No E Senator TlUman Jndte Vdronle Oenerll I
Robert L. Iti.twtL
No. sj-Rear dmiral T. Jt Hosard MaJ. Gn
W r Biddlf I. s N C smator s N. OuUwn
No M-Smator J v Herd rerrrsratatue W. W
Ydemejer rtrprrxmtatire R. t. Lop.
No. S& RtrsrmraMtlirs VY H Heald V L. Mates
n MrNoiraii II VI Jamsar
No. 36-RrirwenUlire J. V Patla Renator I. T
Orrrman IlHfenuyje Jojrli W Erjnea. M C
Step-daughter of Mrs. Edward T.
Stotesbury, Author of little
Book of Travel.
The members of Washington societv
and of the social elrcles of other cities
In which Mrs Wdney E Hutchinson
step-daughter of Mr" Edward T Stotes
burv, has mingled are wondering If they
have been picked as models for the peo
ple who inhabit the pages of Mrs Hutch
inson s new book A Pair of Little
Patent Leather Boots and are eagcrb
waiting for the book to come from tho
press that the ma Judge for them
selves These privileged ones who have been
allowed glimpses of the manuscript say
that the characters of the book are In
man wavs suggestive of people who
have been intimates of the authoress.
Fictitious names aro used and, they say.
the characterizaUon of the book-people
Is so subtl drawn that the resemblances.
while recognizable, aro tantalizlngly
elusive This has enhanced the Interest
of Mrs Hutihlnson's friends In the book
The critics have nothing but praise for
the book Mrs Hutchinson has been a
book-loving woman, but her friends had
never known that she would turn her
hand to writing nor had the accredited
her pen with the deftness the critics
say It has shown
The plot of the story centers about a
mythical oung man. tho penniless
nephew of an eccentric millionaire, who
wills him his fortune under the condi
tlon that the nephew will spend a year
on the Continent traveling for his Intel
This the joung man docs, and his let
ters written to a chum at home describ
ing his Journey and the people met on it,
form the book. The necessary touch of
romance Is lent by the young man see
ing a pair of little patent leather boots
in a hotel corridor and following the
shoes over the Continent
Baltimore. Md., Nov II Wlllia Sharpe
Kilmer, owner of the Blnghamton (N.
Y.) Press, and also president of the Peo
ple's Bank of Blnghamton. is 111 at the
Stafford Hotel here. Mr. Kilmer ar
rived In Baltimore late Friday night
from Atlantic City on a special train.
Mr. Kilmer Is one of the richest men
of the State of New York His father
was the founder of a well-known medi
Prom Jodfo Library
"Was there anything remarkable about
the meeting of the Ethical Culture So
ciety last nlghf"
TTes: there were two men present wno
didn't have college degrees of any kind."
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good for 10 otc. One pint good for 20 votes. One quart good
for 33 votes. In freezers ac coupon. One gallon good for 125
VVnshlncton scrnlnr I eacur 11
statistics u Moth s,e.
That compulor vaccination
lenrthenel the death roll of smallpox
made the disease appear more dreaded
to the people and leen a fruitful means
of spreading infectious dieae germs to
healtr bodies wtre assertions mam
talned bv II B Bradford anli-vaccina-
tlonist. In his debate at the regular meet-
nB of the W ashlngton Se ular League
Pthlan Temrle vesterdav
r Arthur I- llurrav who was to
have derend.il he prtire -vaj ?b-e-it
and in his place Dr James O Stevenson
nnd President II C Kirk presented data
in favor of vaccination Statistics were
freel quoted b each ide in support of
Dr William Tindill cited several fails
militating again't the value of vaicina
tion but took no decided stand or th
,uesti in in tm gnr ii debit that ftl
lowed In the general discussion opinion
eemed to be about even div'di-d
At the rlose of the meeting it whs an
nounced that Henrv White of Baltimore
would deliver an illustrated stereopticon
lecture on The Mow i r "id
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TO STAY CURED
Is also called
ALT RHEUM, SCALD HEAD.
SKIN, MILK CRUST, PRURI- SffiTcSBB.
TUS these are different but eczema.
names, but all mean one waWaWakam
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A FREE TRIAL pxs&ss&i
thMkln. If yoa bare No to other Docton. tf 70a have THIRD NATIQ1N1AL BANK
ta&eo patent medicine, and nd lotions and uIth till too uwtio statts ocpoti-
are dlarutted, write to & I will tend yoa ABSOLUTELY -mo tlNntMt
TREE OT CHARGE. A TRIAL TREATMENT. There an -w-
BO ttrloz to thia ttatcment. There Is not one crnt to par
not a panny accepted. I know what mj trial treatment
will do: I know that tt will conrtace yoa mora than Any
thin elM oa earth that yoa need my treatment.
Don't Miss this Ohanoo ton a Owe
U yon are SUITE RIM FROM LCZTMA yoa can only b
cared one way-REMOVB TH B CA USB. What U the canae J
ACID IN THE BLOOD. How to yoa remove ttt BycJeana-
treatment la oothlnr rettTei the dreadful Itehlnr &t
one ana enrea ue auetN qaicKir m ooai amre 10 u
treatment for mont&i and znontha. ONLT QVK CASE VX
TEH needa tha second treatment OJJJfi IN TUTT xwedj
the third tMnk of that t
What Eczema Is
Ectema la a dlaeaae of the blood and affacti all parol of
toe bodythe face. llpa. aara. hand, feet, cenltal orsan, etc
STMwroajB-TstHewiaa red arupaon; taa puspie or
top ec than they t
Mn nltiiflf will acrateh till thT blMd.
parta at th bodr. where the dothinc comae la eestact.
Ten Years Guarantee
Ipeadthr,i7OninitMteT,rycmHeniedbynuirllItayesdl0yMnI It matt
nrw .WW VfllcuuMim w mvn waa
Strong as Rook of
uvw ju&xAaj uuu iu wu.hmuv r Miin.iiijn. Awe. bu, noa mat
that I am rally qulllledT I will tend yoa ray book, tbowlnc ,ndorte
mentvof bailneMmeiiofallcUaaeA. Also teadmonuia tad plctarea
picture, ot many MT,re cues, which are
trgawjlr tntar Uajr. I aand yaq uma f thov.
aao, wno mm DsaeBTo Baa ar. srauxw.
DR. J. E. CANNADAY
172 Part Span, MtUt, Ha.
At SI.98 Yd.
34-Inch Grs -ind Black Di
agonal Cloaklngs. Ratine Cloak
lngs. In a medium weight. Choice
of colors and mixture
At $2.50 Yd.
Black Astrakhans and Boucla
Cloths, In navy brown, gold, also
black and white diagonals, rich,
Dress Goods fetore Street floor.
NEW WIBELESS STATION.
Washington is to have a new wirelc4
station to he located upon the roof off
the local oung Mens t tiri'tian Asso
ciation Building, according to plans for
mulated at the organization session oj
the MCA ireies Club Saturday.
The following offictrs of th new el it
smart Heitmullcr pre'ldent Thllip n.
Zimmerman lee president Kdwa t
Wile secretarv ind treasurer The ex
ecutive committee ionsists of the offi-
cers who are to draw up a constitution,
and b laws to be submitted at the next
sessjpj, ot III club on Frida Thi
I nited Mates Mgnal "orp is to give t
club meinliers inntrili tlon In wireless U
egraphv and will also help in lnstallirt
the new plant
f I'll o 1 1. Prints
will be opened to-night at S o'clock s
the rooms of the Capital t amera CIul,
lull) S Street Northwist to nin until Dc
cembi o The exhibition wl'l be opev
in the evening f-om S to T r i 'ock Tti
printi arr of pi tures taken lv the mem
bers of the ijub
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to as, prnald, Prao Trial
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