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to mectk-i t!.e e'rv.rrst and tr.'e.t tf
btak bu-' n Tbe -hmi.t- r; heer
emtrol-iierT All j-.:- t rstl .h 1 ,s
th. hit ' fcr urni rt-.e ;:1j b:r
W.-k .loin the centsr
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FHOZKN PI.UM Pt'DDINi"; -Cc-k to-g-.ther
ore cup eac-h -:ar ad lt u"t 1
the sirup begin thread. -tld and chill
or whip ere r!nt it nm $oaa a '..! ta
tietxsiofil of !.se Hlo tsb:p"n
fuls milk a--t wet-r Iiat the yoi.a et
fjur uar.1 Ir n c-ored 1! tM-e,
en tr Ht3 th- ecked .irv:-. rturnir
t the Sra t- c---c uatj ttivk. !t snt.l
e.-'i. ad I the i'lt:i: d fit sgsli tint!!
tM.-k. V U t."-e cra-i !. add oce-S!f
cap seeded rlrs and one e-jj, grou4 cr-chervs-i
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ttTieri ready xa r-i- .!! cce-ir p'-.-.J
eandi-sd fruit In alt.r-ate layer. If s
auc-s ! d'!red- sen. "stpv-i cras-a-aeeter.e.'.
and "irored w'.th alssoai sr
Wlea- ss ereferre-l.
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r cup of errd psvacuta cos eup of
riwder.! aussr a Urg tali'T-crf":! cf
ur and tt' stiriT beaten -M' of two
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a fee i!e sbov aca'.tltv
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fetsU foar rwvhjsi 5d cut tito rjtea. rat
baser :n the botto-r. ef a baftt-g dVsa ar.l
ier -stta craa sauce traia-fre-a csa
-UMss-ro-ostful of Riwit oee tati-stssunfil
Of tetter acd era cu ef !.- Jrrr tiis
iu aavettssr ta sra-T. -
twa verr lata slscea ct cck-e: a-J cat--
of the ettiD Ha ml ti d:a n
kss war tspn-A'-. tha tcp f.h tread
grofBba aaJ savks fee alf a b?
KARX-tsFriTi. inrrfx ivsi wad -j
ereral aatgtaaa aw grats tS- ta- a rV
sat tf esMs. a etsl fiac cf salt ai4 a
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If won.eii reijlz.-d that hot sand
tanJ iMWdua ri:bl-J into dark fur
.ud th-i le.ttn nut with i:ht t.t-
tan itlik would ilea-i and ni.tic
th.-m look Ilki new. and that ermine
nnd other wf.lte ..tit ;r-3t.-d siiiii-
lrly ttl"i j'.i-tr of ran a:.d com-
t'tarrh wouli be f r-'.'l'-ie.l ar.d soft
tie, hit) would l-e wearing
v p'icilcjili ! et.ats. boas and col-
Siret;es this wlnttr
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Mny reiple cling to spor.gs. al-
tllOUgfl tlley HT not i"UIipoi to t
a lti!ti-y u. rouirh washclotho. be-e.iu-
the ;,.iiik-s cannot !- boiled
If trorrK- are.; for sponges r
r. .tll ijuii. .ifiit.r only one pr
50:1 shi.ulti u?e .f. Mini;e anil the
; ne- wht. n! In nor. hot.I1 l-e
k-.'t '.: ultiir In the air. An author-
itj udl Irt UO!.lt.C .1 Stlekx pi.')e
in milk, wiiich prjces- wonderfully
renews it
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Val'in'iT- 1 riih -itch B. tboe
win. u .rv ir tirtoN-!.ll tick",
tn.i I fhornuKhli cl iiip. by
uing Irai nt.I f oati md w -t
r The !-t t I. itrp! Into tr..n.
w.i ', ti u.t I- rubb.1 into the br!-
tje. a- to., wouil l.j .nin, ar.d the
pirficre t n Hfte-aris l re
n iv. 1 in- t.-ij'iln..- t se hri:sli. bris
tl duwriuar! i.-i tie t ible
T'ie r-eer ! eonie?'it leigtiv.
Ikj- it pre-.. n- ih I !-!! s f-.ii fe.
r 'tis- ". -.1 i ti... Ineilrablv
tnuit ! If wettel Wncn e-ry
tri e of bran ha- been remuted "ie
tir li will le 'ouil.i to b" lej-fiy-tlv
"Ieim and fijv then le wlp..i with a
oii inc iihriiKerc-cer
HM MMMIW!
store Mrs Thaw men in !. j
Tin fK art- ?,, ,nor mn .5,, women '
1 n iiiAi am tne ?tat i ai. shorj cf
s Tiool tea, V:
rAsmoNs
1 The rit.br !' d Mar'ha iKai i i.-hio- jit
1 terns nil t-e fu-riv.d t re tiers of The
, It; jti'Ir it lfl c-r' ra. h
, Th'e psttrris wm 1. ,ai reconiie.1
0 crre.: and up to de n vr jr-
tl ulir Ai 1-rpnrtTtt f-att.-"- it jt them
n tint .il'.or.ne 1 "ia le fo- stains Th.'1.
nrv per fee It dlc-i - ' -ri' c tJ .
'the rejiil-.ments ' ,n!i 1 -j -v!. anl
vet ire unuiial! icmp'e Si d aj vf .
i -ullon j
Ord-r will I- filed b mti' o-i t. I
lo-. jbut four d.i therf re. -r dj
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ONE-PIECE MIIJTAltT DIIES3 AND
t CAP T1.
Tha s--5ir tnathiet la tre sma.2 i-oj Is
, ce t t- escurasnl rj""er than re
yr'Ssa t. aa tt ir.e;lts hlra ta slant
tralgh to et-ej rderw a- J dev.Up j--IteBesa
o vrj t-oj i.c-W taiva a cu..
tary cvrtfit cd :" ev shiwn h. r net
-j t. avsea ei.ie aa M.-1 J ae. ci- i
serrtceat-te avj becevreteg Te dress cf-
ta tr ec pJec. wtta eeasu on tee
stc-jJders aa.; --.jr the iri Kc-d bran
twt:-s ci-s. ;v -.a cs tha soaiders.
th 14a. b:g ud en te cuS is dec-
' oratlos. Tte front t ad-rej wts gold
: trald. rv;: : t?j des-n of tire ban.
' Tats sacald cul. iciS wearer bz'.S
t eart b: eEe far yrt- Tst bait ts bnt
, aad fastewe l- rrcnt. tetaajjj a real armr
J ba;a. "7e cap made ef tie -utertvl
I ef tla dress ad Mi narrow god trali
for aie-stss-; x band cf tfs. sae fas
tswag to the Btdee of this small -Tatsty
Ataina" c-ssies dowa t.r the facsi ia
froist. A dark tlwe ee wtlte chcs-iot r
aersja stay aerse as material. or tie jse
dlusa !a two yards of -.e2 gtx.ta a:e
m isssry to the aVeek?;an..t ef tta pat
tern Xa. CC Slaes. 1 ta t years
le ede-t be sure t gis age ae
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NEW YEAR'S HOSPITALITY OBSERVED
BY RECEPTIONS AND ENTERTAINMENTS
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Ramsey Kept Open House for Their Friends as
Is Their Custom, and Received in Honor of Miss Haxel Garri
son Sirs. Edwin S. Puller of Forest Park Boulevard Enter
tained for Mrs. Mabel Brandt Patterson Mr. and Mrs. E. X.
Beach Gave Dance at Mahler's in Honor of Daughter, Gladys.
Sir. and Mrs. Horace Rmr.y kept old-
faahlentd open fcoue yesterdar afternoon
ar.d enItiK. as has 5i: thttr cuffto-n
.nre thir rnarrliK-- T!- Chart'! rei
detc-. In Westminster pi ice. van decorated
jth rnanv meens. holly predomJaatJng.
h!l- xh- ervlni! tab!; a in rI.
Tt." occasion, r as A- Informal cTt
that Mr. Ri.n.e- -: '- ut .-ibout tifty
card f special lnvitjtfor.s li honor f
Mlr Hat! Grrisfm. who a db-jt intc
ar.J fco received with the hest and hnt-t-fs
Tl.e" Kuet tiere mainly hr d"bu
tar.te frierd and gcrr. vt the jour.sor ct
The callers o"nprU-i a Uree numncr of
men ho altva pay thir rtrects to
their popular hj-te". and the Uunwey
liins list In nnrr.it.
Mtis Ituiniev nr. a h!le tnotre gown
with !r:h Uce. while Mi- c.szri'un as
in allt ehirfoti at.d Iac-. anl Mrs. Chap
pell II! black lace
!! Lucille t.,"ibU oper-! hfr house
Infurm.illy vsterdji afternoon with w.
ral .ou-iir Tiomon of her intimite filerdi
tn a-lSt. ir" Utrt .lllus Al.n.l rortt:.
xi ,..,- .fi.. viu vir-'n'.i - lir -
-- K 1l...e V.l r- M!rtit. il 1C
la. li- Jll" --- ' n ai - !.
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and th!r call, ri .re very numeroti.. th,
rec-DtJ-n Lei:
'.K o:..- of the Jsliicst of the
day.
Mis OIKe IUe. jih. Ar.lta I'arkcr and
Ml-H Etl.el isacon receive I In the eveni-.K
at the ridnc" of Mr and Mr. Elward
Hae. !i Cabat.i Til- a a tent-r for
h '"aaam" younc people, ai v. as for
a Uik numlier of uph tn-n frlfnls of
tl.er h".-.t.. ard th eveninit hours
found th-- rjusiis crowdol.
f r V.k Vi:!I. r. of Firet Park
bou:var.. .n v.- .t :'.e iiieiint recep-
tin- of es..rda cnternli n for Mr-. 1
Krndt I'-itt-rsin uho l.an fen titftliiiB
ul.m.l r.i. .nun. iiml!i. nn.f rinlv ftr t
cent r.'urr.el ; St Loo!. whTe fche
Will sp'nd the wlntr'
Mrs Full-r reii.-.i in an elaborate
earn of i!cb!ue itiu b'o"ad. trimtneil
in a .-r-t 1 rofii--on of oi i point lac,
wl.i'e Mri, I'stM'Dii v r- 1 rails koP
of champagne-lit. d chiffon nml l.ice.
Th- hJUe wsj" tnninied wholly in plr.K.
with rarillf lIsht u-eil es'-.'.ivW. .md
al ih..lrtl in p!::k. I'andlf lecorted
the timtts-rftt-n .d . wit. the "Tln
table wrf It t'lt'k rr- and del! ate Mt-U
Mim H:n l'rb Jr.M'i If in I'arlin nrd
h Iji-suc raii" nitlout hat v.hieMr
I'Jl'-r. Mr. Price Mr. KJl:i ! ml Mr. (
Itratdt. ast-:nl. as men were asueu nuu
the ladies.
Ti-o men Ixlor-Klr.a to the Senior Kort
nUhtlv Club hf vc arnt'geil a .Mrce in
comilltmnt to the i)':ik women of tli.it
orc.tnlzi'ion for Wednvdaj t veiling at
Mahler's
t n 1 t. VJtm.,1 V lie icli e-lter-
tahied the vouns c-ill'se et I.i-t nlKlit
witvi n ilim at MiUfiy tiifn In ho'ior
I .1 1 t -.t. !K i:i.,,!
of t!i.ir omtg!l r.htir. MI1-" t.tans
liench. The t allro-'m i irimmea tn-
lrelv in l10HJ.1v rtd and creen hollv an I
I ito!rs-ttia combininc with tnativ tiln:'.
! The round m p.r table. In the bin-jt-
n.m n.-r.. lone jm p. re i r am c-ir-
r.atlor. Mrs Ite.ich re".el 1:1 1 gown
of .ile.jlnk enpe de Chl"e rd jxilr.t
Ijc. whl!" Ml Iteaih wore I'lnk net .mI
c.ir-!ej xl.il,;;- One hundred Hnd fifty
gutsts were er.tcrtali.c.l
0 KNTRTtTXIX KOIt c.I'KST
Mr. and Mr M J. MuMhlll. of North
Grand avenue, g.ae a illnuer jeiterday
In honor of Ml Toror Urni of Sin Luis
1'otosl Mexico, who ln lrn the gust of
their diughter Miss Vero-iii Muivihlll.
during the holllas. Miss I'r.na and MIf-s
Mulvihi'l are vhcolmate at the Visita
tion Convent In Cabanne The inteme
.llite class, of which thev ar n.omle rs.
atter.-ie-l the dlnrer. The dinlrg-room mi
decorated in I bio end white, the Visita
tion colon.
PEP-SnXAI. MENTION
M. Iiuis friends of Mr at I Mr- Cluirles
Wiggins have received formal announce
ment of their we-Iiiing which took place
list we. x
The cards differ fro-n th" u-ual
forii licat.
u-e thej do not state that any
Ind'vlduil annoutc.-s the marriage, but
read. "Mr Charles WlgtJns nd Mrs.
Illla IJcc- tt Scott, rnnrrie I. 1 e lnesdjy.
I-ceniber 27. li;. Pirst Pre-byt rian
liurch. Siita li-arlar.i. Cal . Ke.crenJ
Wnrr.n 1! Mere officiating"
Mr nnl Mrs Wiggins will be at home
Hfter Moid-iv. January IS. at No "133 Gar
den slret. Avrta Uarbara
Mrs. Jacob Goldmin of No Horterse
J lice, will rceive on the Wed: v ia js In
anuary-
Mrs. Arbuckl" nr.d Miss Ijrim Cabl.
a'jisted bv t-e Misses Kvan, Clilr, Mc
' thv ard lyiretto O Rr'.n received on
New Year's from p. m. tu 9 p. ta. at No
457? Garfield ave.
Mr ard Mr K N. Horwltz have re
turned frm their visit to Pittsburg and
Kas . anJ are again at tho Wa-hli gton
liuteL
The Mies M -n.e .ndr-'t Jcs'l. Ker
win. Kva M'ntKomer. IJ.ther Hill, Mit
r.Ie anl M Hie Giubit: -e-eive.j their
frlem's New V.-ir Ii.iv from 3 to 7 p.
m , .it No 1US C.-ri iive-ue
Mr ard Mr Arthur !"'1r. of Jicksnn.
Mi's, r:."!-d ti th.Ir hi-iie Krdav
richt rft. --tunlir.g the T Nm-vmona In
M I.)U--i. h h'" m-th-r lr " Pl-her
nnd nlce vii. Purl Kisher, uf No. 273
Caroline street.
After a vir's ,l -e-ice nloT.l com
plctlrg it . .-. tn Kr. i h M's H en o
Hand ha ti-1 i -t ls n The It, -id
red-- N 117S i.iiint' i t r-ul-
v-ird h.i- n refurnlsheil a -1 1 Mls Ht-d
vtll no.v r"id In S I.oils witii her
bio'.l.. r. Mr r. E. Kand
Mr as 1 M-s A J M re!ou of No J-T.;
I.ucs rv-ue wil let rate th t- 1 vcr
weddlrg 1 hrs4- January I Tii-y will
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j be pleated to see their friends on that
date from to 10 o'clock la th venlna
T!ie Iat meet Ins; of the Bishop Kobert--:tw
fiall Literary Club was held with
Mrt. grcriyan. on Hamilton avenue. Mr..
J. K. Itrennan read an article on "Recent
Fiction." The rhib will meet Tuesday.
January 2. wi.h Miss Meade. Md. Greui
f.'ld s:uder will read at papjr on "Nature
Writers."
Mr. and Mrn. Tton G. McCTellan. Nc.
C!3 Omtns avenue, entertained Thursday
afttrnoon for their daushter. Walk-r.
Th home ifM decorated In the holiday
colors. Arrertcan Beauty roses and palms
can-jinn out the color schttae. in the
center of fis luncheon table wan a Jack
Horner rose. ont.-.iii!iiic dainty fav-r.
Miniature roller skates held the bcnbiis.
Aftr a wrll-s..rveA luncheon, the pirtv
.n uriTi t the skating tin!:. Mr. and
Jlr. McCIellan were assisted in chaperon
iiiK by Mr. John II. Crabttee and Mr.
ifi:a u. Gwiiis;. The cuts w-re: Tnc
, .,, Ai'r'en-e iiullhin (Vinen Mll'rr
I : ' Y-r-.en..e aiii.an. rTanep .Ml! cr.
McCargn. Martha Mi'htsr.ey.
vutM.AM -.pa. Wn. irK... Tt...nu Kll
, "-'Vf. .- -. fijr,??"; f:"
Xair. Kinma Skltmith. Marv U. Jon.,
Carrul Miller. Isabel Capen. Mary Lnu'e
Lincoln. Adelaide Capen. Strati Kava-na'-gh.
Lorain Shumate. .
One of the pretty weddings of the Christ
mas we k was- that of Miss Hortene Alt
liflrner. of McPhcrson avenue, to Albert
Ulnch The bride U a daushtcr of Louis
AI'h-!nir. tf Altheimer. Ark.. She hi re
.ded l:i :. I.ojl f r the piM six years
w'th hr fister..Mrs. P. W. HaVrnrm.
A'iut flfrv K-.Kts were preer.t. Including
i-"-.ral out-of-town relatis ar.l fricr.d.
Aft-r .1 Sauthern tour the cctip'e will rt-
tmn to tha .lty and have apartments at
J Jttt-raaii a.
FASHIONABLE AUDIENCES
AT OLYMPIC AND GARRICK.
The G.trricl: hf Id a lirse and f-.?!i!-mble
audbm la rJriht to mc Utha Kalich'3
peforn:.nce.
Mr hfl Mte JoM-ph tbM ear early.
Mr w hr.11 i iTiaj cre; nl lace
Mr sn.l Mr JM n llol ot-n dirr.t o..wntJn
arl ii th- Kallch giay.
lf-c-or a-.! Xtr l:.ib-rt Furkhuer. wt I
W3j jcr t! l-t tieatrtial lu-Ju.-tlo:i. vera
In tr1" jt-ir. i--t
Mils ir.WU Fruchts set with friends In a
tlr qoz
Mr. mil Mis ltu He4se mre early In
t'!r ts r.mr the UevertnJ Pvnter Dnjr anl
Mr luv
Mr Ail--t 1inJ!er anl Mr Chandler wer
!n tf-e Itft lurr.uet
i::or ltji-i-lt ruin with frltnds.
:r.
trd Vrrn A r. lum mrre near fh
l If. 1 1
J-'t and Mrs. Leo ItwVrur ram with
I"..5'-. .... . ..... .
, -Mr rl "' jo.u wair. i.icuir ana airs.
,a,ln .iht no nilcM.m
Mr arj Mrs J. O 1-ur.th wrre with frl'nJ.
I jt 1'i.r-h irt Irlh Uce and mhlta erpe.
Mle Ml-s Mmnfe Kiirlaik r.bs In t.M Kus
ej.. anl cam. Jtha latw
. lariuCt ats Mrs VllJen warirg whl'e c'ot h.
- - -- .i".1."- r" .""-. !
I M-. rni Mr Itltl'r . MUii.ir ard Mr.
arl M- Pmnk ri re r-rre In tr-e vi Hence.
C. l.-rI 1J i!ri i.M,r M'liren Lad seat
rar Mr I H " M-j i:.;rw wore rvae 1
d Ik ant wr tt. Lr
, Sir :.i Mrs lien 'cm-in nr.J SIlss 11 s-
enmii iial fri-l.t seats, near Mr K.liz
fettle'.
Mr ur.I Mrs ISoinr. It. 1'a-k V.i Wedrl
rtxdt. Mr and Mr. I. b-:t:aTi Viy and
M lUcs wtie all In the iri..:t.
Sir. !. Mr s-ls St'x wre with friends.
Xlr Ka'e U!rs ant hr escurt kid nr
St- art Mf J. M Oaimrers
Mr. ur.J Sirs ttirittisn Krnney cam. with
Mr anJ Sirs J C ItlMrtt.
Mi tlar and SlliS Franras Vl-kbam
ran-" with lU'ph SIcKlttrkll anl L1iari
Sl.viie
Str IIck Kene-t trnutM a ports of ladles
Tla-dter SIcKn ht LroM-lt Mi. Starkaret
11: w!.v nor iuiet cictb and tioleta at tiw
icrsags.
At the Olvtipic the aullrnce taxed the
I.ouhe e.ip.i-. it . the boxes h.ldiug gav tur
tles and the parquet being full of color.
-.T- "".....".IRT Y.:".".",H" 5i
h7stM"r.Tot-- we're wUw si. -ad
jii-i j"rr.-- n write una rjn
Sir and S'rs !lirr-n t.utlr. Ijid an m-rer
Ux wlih Sir ard Sirs Ojs It Sljeller uf Mil
urtjit'e, ro ate -tw ear. sn-siji r.f Mr..
Sluell-r's ;sr.t.ts Mr and Sirs I. Mitrt
S!. Itse l'f.irfer ar.d her .vx.it were in an
ur.rr r2i
SI'.s uijr riark. wiarlng whits silk.
th.- fr r.t .Ircle
, m I
i.rtfu'h M Kee tn--Kv' Sliss Naanl John-lo--
w.o W"ie .-cm .it xl rel vrlet
M- k'.J Str. K lert K.fne lad fnv etrrls
seit.. Sire Kai.-i o 1-. white st k ht. 1 'ace
Sir ail ilr Ilmrv vVLr--r nrj Sir ilus
tav N-iniiir. i.k.t frt-rt-rair s-.ts
Mr ar.J Mrs Prark llsmil'.en ra-ne. wrlth g
'.-ires ;r- Sir Haul. tun wore a princiaa
sewn cf l:trrt LlLe tlotli
SI!s Matel Ide'er and iKV-ter S G. Owe
we l-i tie r!g"-t circle. Slias It'eler a-a
whve lk ar.d cora.
C'ln." Tom Ijnirum hsd a party In tha
reir -nutt. r.ear Mr anl Mrs. Arthur Laun-b-rt
Slls ift't rV-arrltt ard her ecert were rar
Mt i'l a Slod- t.o .ir while la' ill
llai-I Tho-xf-M.n and her esc-rt were In tha
I arcuet
SI- ar t STrs Jc.rh Ortrse.!!,.!,. jjr. ar4
Sir liarrv Wa'k-r. Sir ard Mrs P. o Laia
all hat fsicrl'e .eat. .a the panu-t
S'-esie Toai Murirjy aid I.xS.ey ran-e to
grt.'.er M-. ard St-s "5-at!s Seul'.'-i were latt ar
rival. SI'. r-ullln anrins u hn.!e..ma
1-rtnrrss Kfwn cf l'i't-l!j cloth witii guhnp
iii ullvrel ia.-
Sir at 1 Sirs Hamilton Ilar.dian were In the
I:t ctrc' with frlir.is
Mr ard Ms J r Sb-on. M-. ant Mrs.
Jsis i-N'ill err t' setti-tr in frort ..its
i.h-r. in tre MUl'.n r wrre sirs A. S Cir
r . 1 Mr -..rrri.ii, St- ftnt Stre K A Man
r Jl.s. Iri!. Fttxatil-in M'fS ftI. Rs.
.-. V- ant Vi f II Hi tricks MI-.S
t-ere -!. e-j i .vtr ard Mrs. Arthur Eto.hr
ait MI Heln .-tc!.r
lint Ira. III.. Balldlaso Boraea.
r.n 1 i."At.
Pit-s'Md HI J.in l-Uri- nt ttaIes,
III . d.-'rovej three bu-!r.e-' buildings an J
" n'ei ; rtie lniurance amounts to $11
f.o ul.twt two-thirds of tho luss.
ASSISTANTS AT NEW YEARS DAY RECEPTIONS
As Announced in Yesterday's Morning Papers, Barr's
GREAT WHITE SALES
9
Begin To-Day. ' Departments Involved Include
Muslin Underwear, Household Linens,
Embroideries,
Corsets,
White Dress
"MONNA VANNA" WITH KALICH
A SERIOUS AND STATELY WORK
Bertha Kallch ts an actress of strong.
comei:inc personality. Maeterlinck
"Monna Vanrui." hltiieno little, if at ail.
known in St. Louis, is .1 careful elabora
tion, strongly treated, of a single theme
involving the greatest of human emotions.
The p'ajrrs and effects presented by Mr.
llarr.son Grey Flske at the Uarrtck je
tcrday afternoon were important elenvnu
in the dec!opuient of on enlertaintneut
as delightful as it whkj unutuuL
Viewing "Jlonu Vatina." ou set sntall
Impres-ion or thj crdinary methods o" lie
dramatic stage.
Tlie td.iy Is one of declamation rather
than iialojue. and the -ict U told it:
chapters so i-harji'-" wj-irueil that they
nplear us thr-e wide, boldiy dr.iti eati
aes. Ax mete art. the plav and Its
presentation at the Oarrn ii take a I1UI1
rating As nitre theatrical tatertainm.n:.
tho audlencn flfds "M mm Viuin.i" a sub
ject f.r cl-i-cr attention than t-iost stage
pias rccele.
Interest centers, absolutely In the 1"
ginning. In the woman who p'aj the
name t irt. She is wife to the noble i;ul lo.
who. beeK.d in Pin. Iltuh. his folio-vers
at tl jo'nt of starvation. The bes'eger.
one I'rinziVMlIe. send haughty word,
thioiigh the father of Uuido. that. If suc
cor Is to come to Pisa. Monna Vannw
must he first sent to the tw-.legli.s; Cap
tain's tent, at night, clad only lu mantle
and sur.dala.
Strange to relate. th father of Guldo
nDproiew the rr.easjre. whfreucon tha ori.
in tierce and natural indignation, hurl
-:- ujvii ins wiiiie-tiaiieil Mil- anu ui'i
the wife make decision When Monr.a
Vanna. the huuirrv mob nt her life's.
gives ivins..r.t to llinzlvalle s monstrous
pl-m. tlui'Iu Is Mrlcken In hi grief and
tlie M-ene ends with a tumult of y lit the
ix-pulice tint sees nro-m-t of relif from
!itingr and deprivation when Monn 1 j
.Mil. hi nil: nrsi ia iv i ii: .ii. u it:
herself tt;on the unknown and greatly
feared prinzlvul.e.
This big s ene, ninnlng nearly an hour.
11 rich In color and deciimatory stately
ness Wh-n the curtain fails th picture
Is completed, a great striing-tone.1 draw
ing that leaves a strong suspended later
im In the succeeding development.
When act two opfns. Prlnxlvalle Is dis
covered In his tent, the Inclosure cover
ing the entire stage. Thb person of w'do
fa:r.. as a brigandish leader of great
Prow 1 ss. presents hltr.-elf an a jouth of
ho".e-t purposes and ftno valor.
Monna Vanna enters his tent and rests
against Its r! wall In her mantle of tur-
I tie. The coloring la In delightful hnr
' "l-iir. tnd tha i-? of tho principal, most
niccilte. 1 r.iicivitii.) is iiui ii.v ruiiiAil iut
i;.pects to find. He tils her that he knew
her In the dajs of their youth In Venice,
and together they r 'u arse th- fcenes of
those hatipv divs. The nimble of e.irts.
tho crack of wh'r and the well-stimulated
hhouts of the wagon train drivels tells
... ...A.- A. .1.. ftA ... IM...
14ITJ PH-IJ ... ..-- ...... W. . .
Mo-ina Vanna has saved her people Yet
Prnxlvalle does mt pcascss hr. Whn
dawn cenvf. acros the sreat. shidowy.
open country that lis before Prlnrlvalle'a
tmt. thre cornea with It tlie -bonis nf a
disorganised ard betrayed following that
churiies treas-m against the leader of
Guldo'a enemy. Thus la Prinzivalle com
pelled to fly from his o-vn people, and thus
does Monna Vonna become his friend and
protector.
The third great picture reveals the Joy
of the people at the home-cotilrig of their
deliverer. Monna Vanra t wel o-ned aa
the Savior of I'lsa. ruined tnough she
be. Gutda greets h.r with sorrow liiat
shows no concealment The charge corae-
quickly. Monna Vnnn.i det lares h.r in
nocence. Guldo r fusi-H to l-ei!ve. and la
a scere of ten minuter. In which high
stir.dards of declamation are approach"!.
Guldo compels Monna Vanna to new tac
tics. Spurned by hr htibnn-l. sho declares to
hint and to tl tn.b that Prinziv.illo In
reality possessed her within his tent, ard
that she cliims the hlpht t avence. l-rln-zivalle
Is thrust I.to a dungeon and Monna
V.tnr.a aris in a fair way to bi srr.-s p)s
sesed of th kev wherewith h rniy re
lease hr new lov-.r nrd presumacly fly
with hlin. Th last seen closes v.ry
tiianlsalrno. at a moment when the audi
er.re Is l-jok'rjr for big. double-handed
choe,ls tlist would nake tl.e rifter rlne
Maeterlinck's pl.ir !. of co-ir filled
with mvfterlo-is "marlr.c." oier which
o-ir rvmtiollvt frlend-i will hold .'!"'Ji r..l
extetlde.1 dlse-l.tnu. b-t tie simple fo. t
for average psvltu th"iter t-itrf ns Is
that "Monna Vanna" '.3 a strong ar.d I
Laces,
Fabrics,
The premier value-giving sales of the winter season.
Bigger, better, grander than ever. COME TO-DAY.
9M(0t
novel story. In which certain elemental
human emotions ato discussed witii un
reserved frttnkncMi.
Mme. vUHc.1 Is a Mack-haired. Mack
eved. thtn woman, witti voice at.d man
ner as compelling us Mrs. Plska'r. under
w hose hiisL md s management "Moana
t'anta" h uroduceil and pl.-ied.
She i-.iks her KrL'U'-ri with a slight
actetil. but eitry j liable she utters Is
cjrried In all dla:iuctr.' t every cer
ner tif th theater. When ahe I on the
.t.iRe tj.f auiier.ee Is as iub t & i toiib.
f-ue has in a superlative degree that wrhleh
Is calletl temperament and personal ui.it;
netism. Mr. Kali.-r has a lorg and d'fT.ctilt role
In Ihnt of the Perpetual tlrouch, who Is
."donnn Vunr a'si l.u!vur.il. II tends to It
great dratratlc c:ipacity. hut in unfor
tunate tendeni y to 'mouth" s;IIs Uie
complete effi-cttveness of his scei.es.
Krederi-k IVrrj . as the fallur.who knows
tfefore the scenes open, the real Mntltv
und worth of Prlnzitalle. does leauttful
uork In his nadlng ai.d In the fi'ie man
ner he P-nds to the character. Toun-f Mr.
Henry It. (-Stanford, remembered her aa
lea-lir.r man for the lite iimry Irving.
Is the lrtiizivalle. handsome. 1-ouest. bra its
1 and strong. He reads l.ls long speeches
wun churai.ng eirect.
Hose FtaM. In a comedv of stace life.
"Tlie Churns Lady." and Knyilrr ar.-l
Huckiev head the Coln-nbU's new bill. A
t:ieritorioU4 conversational skcioii U of-
I fered bv Howard and North.
t, ui.t.. r.i V T w... .t..
..-"?'"?! ,rt. '?"' t!? "h"
; I
-- It. I IUrj I. t!Si. aVI.W t'll. "
realistic have been eliminated The chorus)
lady Ii.r-if. portraed by MLs Plahl. ti
lesa "professional" and timra natural.
The little leco satirizes certain money
seekirg p ratio fo'k much aojght alter
by tikiughtiess women.
Howard and Norm Joke baipliy about
Iatterday vaudeville as It Is sometimes
seen. Snvder and Buckley, oil favorites
at the Columbia, bring their musical net
up-to-date, liuckiey renders a Solo on
"Klr Iiuls." said to be the largest con
tra bass ba-.soon In America.
Wilson and Heloiso are es ert horizontal
1ar and bounding tab'e acrobats Hwor
Itrothers sing and dance. Tlie complete
progranimo Includes si-eclaltlesi by Julia
Kdwards. Unman ring artiste; Warren and
Howard In a trav.-ety; Kos'-oe and tiimmi
In a -o:r.-iy; Arlington and Helston. the
Atr.nrus (Sisters an Gardiner und ritud
dard. Tho Cornell Glee Club will give a con
cert at tho Odeon to-night.
CITY HOSPITAL EMPLOYES
GIVE FIRST ANNUAL BALL
The first artnunl bsll and New Tear's
entertainment given by ths employes of 1
tlie uitv no.p-.rii wai hein in tne uinin
Itv Ilnanltil was held In the dining -
roum
.f fb.it 'insiltntlrt. List nliht. tUt v
l .1, ...l.. l.... I..I n Vm.n. llrnan
addresse-l tlo employes, thnnklng
-k.n
Vlieiit
for the s.'rvlce which thay have given
Mm In the last yr. Tho speaker was
epecl.ill-r t-finiriendatcrv of tl." s rvic
or -Hfewarii J. J. far. inanatng nun ror
his raii-i.ement of tha departiuent under
his care.
The task of transferring tha patients
ard Imredirr.ents at the t!rn of the oc
cupation of the new building w is espe-claliv-
rrent!e--.e.j bv the EuperlnteniJent.
whfstste! that all of th employes hvl
ntter.dd to their duties In a huslneasllk
manner He st-ok- of the siljr!ety of
tl. etr.pl'yes nn I tl elr excellent work In
ro-operitl-i-i with 'ho heads of d.pirt
fiients in the titar.ssement of tho Institu
tion. Imriri? the ever.lr.ir a silver carving ret
w.ia treet-teil to Hteward hiy. th t rs
entstlon sneoh Jelfig made iy lwin
Cordes chief engineer
Th rrsnd mirdi opered the dsn'-ing.
the march belns lcl by IMwin Coides
MeDavlft Takes tat t. take's.
Owen Mcluvltt. the wealthy Bvansvllle.
Ird . shoe lii-slee. , wai tak.-i to th
'itv HopltI. at his own rciuest. last
Siturd y for observation, was removed to
St I.-ike'a H0srlt.1I yesterday. Mr J'c
lHvitt ms to h- ttreatly Imjroveil. and
his frl.-r.da t-ileve that r.j will be nbW
to leave tl.e hospital within two or three
weekfc.
mSfCUVERAZ. WROX
UiTERTAlHZD At'HBi
nose iK,MAwrncR.
,AVEKUZ
---. tffcCsMM
mavm
Handkerchiefs,
Domestics.
The President
How Does He Do It?
c
How does Mr.
velt keep up that
tremendous supply of
energy that carries him
through no much work sad
so much play? What is the
secret of this suDer-abundsnt
vitality?
It is play cheerful. heaitaV
ful, interesting, exciting, out
door play.
Henry Beach NeedtaVsat.
who has written so well ott
college athletics, tells is
profusely illustrated axtiols
in January McOlure'n MagaV
zine how the President plays
ho 47 he developed himsatt
from a fragilu boy into a vjs
orous. nuper-abuntiantly vitsl
man. There'H u practical IssV
son in it for every man. youaAT
or old. that is worth a lot.
It's authoritative, too.
All news stands. 10c. SI a jeer
McCiure's Magazine
M-sD Kast 2-1 S'treet. New TortV
GHOSTS UNDO MARITAL BUSS.
IIiiKiifind Serk Iivon From His
b'pIritiiali-siiiT Wife.
I nErxTir.icBi-D'iAr.
New MartlntvilK -X Va . Jat I ICeJ
mond Walters of tl.'i f.ln.r has brought
su.l for tp.uatli.n aK-.Hit lib, wife. e
mul.es the nlieg-itloti that i.. N a spirit
ualistic lu a distueiniorji-ig dr.e.
tr ..rn.. .V. .. .- .' .!.. . . t
.: ,.'"T '"M "" .. ".""'ir "eeis-
. .,"" " ?". "nn in uns .apaeur
I ""."" "" ll' roiniry SIN
h her first
tit.. I u n.l
I '..-'..iv.,
Three inns utt. r the death ;t
h .
1 "? rT J'.." L"U,""
1 th flilntltf. who Is a
A.i went well until n
husb-tnd siie ti .i Hnd married
cati nli.r.
1-out six ti.onthaagn.
""
ea. when hit refused to allow her
t. tint her mother. As a mutilator?
tnasRure. Walters hileges. his wife con
jured up for his Le-fn-Mt the shade of her
d;-art.d atotise.
The apparition frightened him so that
ho was lit In bed f r 11 wed: and loat kto
wagea for that ttriiu.
A month later. Walters sis he deaaaed
It wise to d.nv his wife another request.
imned!atIy. he alleges. ni wtfe glldea
Into a tr-r.ee and ngaln prodacea th
sliade of the first husband.
This sa vrorkrd unn hi" nerves. Wal
ters -savs. that 'or I.I-. wife now to mention
anv whim Is for him to gratify It.
Walter" conlr Is that hi. wife's uncan
ny alll'ty c-nsitutes cruel and abusive
tr.itment. from which the court shout
grant t.im surcease.
THIEF USES DUPLICATE KEYS.
Kilters Two Utilises and Steals
Jewelry ami Money.
Duplicate key op.ratcrs ffcte4 an en
trance Into tho home of Clifford Cheater.
No 1711 Sooth Twefi tr.et. s-me time
l:f.n th hours of noon nr.d T p. m.. and
stole thr.e r'n. vaiuel at ta. six sou
v.rtr iiMrj ard tt.
No tra'c of tho m!s!r.g property has
t'n found. On of the rtrgs bore ta
ti.ItUI "M." another had a garnet stona
aid the h r. -- d.rinted with two
srrail nib'es The-e was no tne n hoass
when the Ljrgltry was cotnmltted.
U 1 1' nn K nt Whig rni door to Cnoa
ter. reo-t.d to the police BTtly after
tho '"heater burglary b-earne known tkn'
hU lioue had l-m ent.r'd by mnna of
a dut I a'e key. and a iad's chain, valued
at !'. taken
A Itefiblic. Want Al will bring a pu
chaser f -r that stove you 1-U..0 ror sale.
I
i:igat aiietera Heaeueal CroaB laSkaa
krao ntdi'."i';:A!.
rirrt.t-rv iv . Jai ITitht skaters hadi
I . r.ar-cw i'i; fr m drowning here wham
1 tc rn the lake broke.
The ert evi-pj--. or tr.e weaRpess eg
the Ice wis sh' vn wier n young ma
broke through. A corrp-inln hastened to
Ms nicu, and he tx. was soon strus
gl ng In e wnter
hr the two bat'Ie with tin break
Ing tee and tried In valt to reach safety.
th re 1 Ln'K-r break of Ice. and eiat
rno'e wre a.nt t-ito the water
After great ex Element all were aaaJsF
rsscued.
I
A Doctor Writes:
Medicine is rata -ntioot
Ecririhtr.er.t. After fevers hi (ivct
In all fenaa of wa:intr. silliglag
d.srae-I ori-r LIKSIG C03C
PANV'S Eatract of Beef . It builds
up sirsr:sh witaonttax oa &XBBtioa.
gal ca:r.e a pUest !imk OaV
Valescsc to hed'.h keJlr UaaataVSJe
thir;gels I ico."
Get the real
EaXiract of Beef
Avoid arJalterat-d ra!tatlov a
w-at9 cf taoscy ar.-l a rsnsfS tn
figsUUl.
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