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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912.
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Miss Eleanor Ridgely
Will Wed November 22
Julia Murdock Asserts There's Fun
At Its Best in "Little Miss Brown"
MISS ELEANOR RIDGELY.
The Naval Attncho of the British Em
bassy nnd Mrs. Ilcathcoat H. Orant en
tertained a company of twelve at din
ner lost night.
Sir. and Mrs. George Howard enter
tained a box party at tho Dclasco Thea
ter last night, hnvlnK nmonK tlielr
Buests Mrs. Joseph Lelter, Miss Glodvs
Munn. and Miss Marsaret l'erln.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Lecare hnvo
returned from Kurope. and are at their
residence, on 1'nrraKiit square.
Rear Admiral Charles II. Ilavls, U. 3.
N.. retired, and Mrs. Dals have return
ed from Newport.
Mrs. Tranlc J. I'urran, of Baltimore, Ii
spending the week at the New Wlllard,
attending the oone:ttlon of the 1". D. 0.
as hlstoilan nnd dele Kate from the Bal
Mrs. Champ Clark has returned to
Washington from Don Hub Grc-"i, Mo.
The Speaker will Join her in a fortnUsht
at their apartment on Sixteenth, street.
The Minister of Venezuela, Fenor Don
1. Uzcqulel Itojan, was host nt a fare
well dinner lust nlKht for the Culion
Minister to Uermany and Mine. Uo
Qucsada, who left today for Havana
for a stay of tlneo woks. They will
return to WuBhlngton foi anoth-r visit
before going hack to Uerlln, where tro
Minister Is due January 7.
Among the guests asked to meet the
Minlstei and Mine, de (Jucsnda at tho
olnner Inst night were tho Brazilian
Minister to lielglum and Mme de Lima,
Dr. and Mis. I'. J. Yunes, Miss Ulcna
Calileron. Miss Aurora Qucsada, John
Darren, and Walter Fenfleld.
Miss Hebckah Winner, daughter of
IJr and Mrs William Holland Wllmtr.
who will bo onu of tho season's debu
tantes, wus the guest In honor of whom
Miss lMen II. Squire entertained .it
luncheon today at her home in O street.
The adillllon.il guests weic Mrs. Walter
Tuckenniirin, Miss Illldegarde Nagel,
Miss Margarot l'erln, Miss Uthel Novel,
Miss Martha Bovvers and Mls Sophy
John 0 Krcmont, who returned
to Washington last ecnlng from a brief
stay at her farm In New Jersey, will
entertain Informally at tea this ufter
noon and will hae Willi her Mrs.
Churchill Candie, who will be her
house guest for an extended stay,
Miss Kstclle Crane, who has been
making a series of visits among her
friends during her mother's absenco
from Washington, will leave Miss
Emily neatly, whoBe guest sho has
been for tho last several days, and go
to Miss Frances llrooks tomorrow- for
a short tlino. On Saturday morning
Miss Crano, MIbs Ucatty, Miss Dor
othy Brookes. Miss Dorothy Taj lor,
Miss Hulli No) ca, and Miss Elizabeth
Noses will go to Annapolis for Iho
Mlsi Sophy Johnston, who spent tho
last few weeks In Murrlstown, N. J,
lias returned to WuBhlnglon and Join
ed hi r parents ut their liumo In
Twenty-first street. Mrs Johnston
and Miss Johnston spent tho Bprlng
and early summer abroad, returning
to this country In Jul They went
Immediately to Laho Sunapce, where
they stayed until October.
Hear Admiral Homer II Stanioid, U
K N, and Mrs. Stanford have given
up the upartment In the I'.rlghton
which they occupied Inst season and
taken one at the Dresden for tho win
Miss 01ln Wlllli, daughtei of Mr.
nnd Mrs Slioit A Willis, will enter
tain at lunrheon Thnrsdny In honor of
the out-of-town pages to tho 1' 1) C
lonventlcn Miss Willis Is ono of tho
personal pages to the pieMdcnt cen
tral of tho V. D. C, Mrs. Alexander II
The Secretary of tho Navy, accom-
p.inl"d by Mrs Meyer and the Misses
Mejer, will arrive In Washington this
afternoon and open their nnuio for the
teason Airs Meyei has Issued Invita
tions for a New Yenr's Bvc dunce.
Miss Kleanor Cullom nldgely, daugh
ter of William Uarrett Hldgclv, will be
married lo Dr. Henry P. Parker nt
noon on Filday, Novemlici 22, In the
homo of her grandfather. Senator Shel
by M. Cullom, the retiring Senator from
Plans for n wedding earlv In De
cember were being made, but Miss
llldgely nnd Dr. Parker decided yes
terday on November 22. which Is the
eighty-third birthday anniversary of
Senator Cullom. with whom Miss Illdgo.
ly has mada her home for several
earns for tho ceremony, which will
be attended only bv tho members of
the two families, and the reception, to
which a few additional guests will ho
asked, will go out In a day or two.
llttle Miss Kleanor llldgely Drown,
four-year-old niece of the bride, will be
her only attendant, nnd John Donald
son Parker will bo his brother's best
man. After the reception, Dr. Parker
nnd his brlda will leave Washington for
n brief bridal trip, and upon their re
turn will reside at 17CS Connecticut
avenue. Mrs. Parker will he at home
Saturdays In February.
Mrs. Phelps Brown and her little
daughter will arrive In Washington Sat
urday from their homo In Springfield,
Mass., for a visit to Senator Cullom.
Miss Jano llldgely, of Springfield. III.,
and Miss Dorothy Rldgcly, of New
York, who will also come for the wed
ding will arrive next week.
Senator Cullom, who has been a mem
ber of the Senate for the last thirty
years, scred two terms as governor of
his State before coming to Washington,
and prior to that represented his State
In the lower house of Congress for
Tho Secretary of State nnd Mrs. Knox
hnve returned to Washington from thilr
country placo at Valley Forge, Pa.,
where they spent the week end.
Tho Secretary of War will leave
Washington tomorrow, accompanied by
Mrs. Stlmson, and his father, Dr. Htlni-
son, of New York, for Panama. The
Secretary's mission Is entirely of a
business nature. His aid. Captain
Palmer, Felix Frankfurter, of the Hu-
roau of Insular Affairs, and Mr. Hart,
secretary, will be Included in the paity
which will be absent until December 2.
Tho German Ambassador and Count
less von Bernstorff returned to tho em
bassy today after a short visit In New
York, where they went to keep se.vi.il
social engagements and attend the
opera, spending the week end with M.
and Mrs. Janus Speyer, at their place
on tho Hudson.
Admiral Wlllard II. Brovvnson.
V. S. N., retired, and Mrs. Urovvnron
are In New York for a short visit, hav
ing concluded their sojourn ut Newport.
Mr. and Mrs. Wolcott Tuckcrman en
tertained a small companv at dinner
followed by a theater party Inst night.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Dwight Wilcox
have returned from abroad and ure at
their icrldencc on New Hampshire avo
nue. Rear Admlrul and Mrs. Kimball have
IcaseJ the residence of Miss JUrv Wil
cox, In Corcoran street, for the season.
Miss Wilcox will be at the Montana,
whcie she has taken an apartment.
Col. W. C. Lungfltt. U S. A., and
Mrs. I-anlHt have taken an apartment
nt the Highlands for the winter.
Play Funnier and Brighter
than Its Sister, "Over
Ilrlghter, funnier nnd morn laugh-provoking
than Its bigger sister, "Over
Night," Is Phillip llarthotmae'a newest
addition to dramatic literature, "Little
Miss Brown," which wns seen last night
In tho Ilclascn Theater. After seeing It.
I nm not ono bit surprised that tho
saucy little play had a run of nenrly
half a year In Now York. For It Is one
of the plays that anbody could stand
more than once. I think I shall go
to seo It again this week.
Thcro is a hotel clerk in tho piece
who Is so funny that ho makes one
laugh even before ho says a word.
Thcro Is an equally funny hotel porter,
tho first one 1 have ever seen who didn't
put homicidial thoughts Into my mind Iho
moment I laid eses on him. There's an
unusual bellboy, and n telephone i;lrl
what would modern dramatists do with
out the convenient tclephono girl upon
whom to hang the big part of tho plot?
Then, of course, there Is "Little Miss
Ilrown" and If sho hadn't been tho Irre
sponsible, Innocent naive little person
that Miss Madge Kennedy makes her,
nothing would have happened, the play
wouldn't have been written, and theater-goers
would have, missed something
quite worth while In tho way of a faice.
Lines Are Funny,
And So Ate Scenes.
Of course there aro weak points In
tho play. Judging the plot technically,
but what does one want In a liar
tholmau farce? There are enough funny
tines and umuslng situations to offset
whatovcr Haws one my pick In the
play's construction. Ono critic wus
heard to remark last night that no little
girl went to u town unprotected nnd un-
chaperoned to visit her llumo. Of
course no little, girl ever did, but this
situation Is Just what makes tho wheels
of tho play go round.
Madge Kennedy makes of "Little Miss
Ilrown" such nn Innocent that she l
furglvtn uny Indiscretion. Just by rea
son of that fresh, unspoiled Innoience
At midnight onters the Hold Wendel
a sweet young thing whom anvboiiy
would be excused for calling "chicken,"
dressed all In brown, with only 6 Lenin,
and a small suitcase as her nolo
capital. Her purso had been itoli n
She walks up to the hotel cleik
and he Is the most frozen-faced of ho
tel ilerks ono can Imagine, and asks
tho privilege of registering. Of course
the complications start right here The
clerk Is respectable, Oh, eminently so!
And Iho house Is a respectable bourn,
and he Intends that U shall bo kept so,
Insofar as he Is concerned. So there H
nothing doing In tho registering line for
Little. Miss Drown. A conversation be
tween the telephone girl und Little Miss
Drown ensues, and at the suggestion of
the farmer, she waits until the dnv
clerk takes his depnrture, and the fat
night clerk assumes duties, when She
make another effort, and through the
over-zealous anxiety of the colored por
ter. Miss ilrown becomes Mrs Richard
Then the Fun
Starts Of! In Earnest.
Then the fun Is started. One cannot
' ' Lir5rWssi
Yjt w&'smy &, Y tfci
Ma.dge Kennedy, in Title
Role, Big at the
For The Times' Children
Just Before It's Bedtime
THE TWO ROSE BUSHES
upon a time there was a
girl who lived all alone
little houso at the edge
wood. Her name was
MISS MADGE KENNEDY.
strnlghtened out In tho last net, which
In all there arc ten pooplo In the cast,
and thev hiirrv through the play In
scherzo tempo, mistaking everybody for
everybody else, and generally fulfilling
the mission of a farce, which Is to keep
neonle luughlng. which "Llttlo Miss
Ilrown" admirably succeeds In doing.
Ilesldes the llttlo lady who so ad
mirably carries off the purt of Miss
Ilrown. there Is an excellent company.
Ned A. Sparks fulfilling every require
ment of the scxton-llko hotel clerk;
Rao Rowden. whose conception of a
telephone girl leaves nothing to bo de
sired, Tom Lcmonlcr. who is a scream
as the hotel porter with the wrlgloy
eyes: Olive Harper Thornc, who Is
handsome and statuesque In tho part
of the real und decidedly Jealous wife
of Richard Dennlson; Therese Deagle,
as Mrs. Kulalla Ilurke; Ktilo Hltz,
whoi.0 flirtation sctno with young
Philip Dennlson is one of the hits of
tho play, Mary Malcom, who seems to
have made something more of the part
of a hotel maid than the ordinary farce
tomedlenne. Then there Is Philip Den
nlson, admirably acted by Richard
Taber; the bellboy, a bit which Is ex
cellently done by Douglas Joss; the
nlKht clerk, by Richard Macy; and the
two lawyers, Clews and Mason, tne
former played by George Pauneefote
and the latter by John Rowers Will
iam Morris Is seen In the part of Rich
anl Dennlson. and the way hn manages
to squirm out of first one complication
and Into another, keeps the audience on
the rdge of their seats almost all of
hire Is Just one serious moment Ir.
Ono day a fairy came to her and
said, 'Klsa, I will glvo you three
wishes btcauso you are a good little
girl. What will they be?"
"I want a while rose bush on one
side of my door," replied Hlsa.
"You shall havo It," said tho fairy,
waving her wnnd, and thero was the
rose bush full of white roses standing
on one side of Hlsa's door,
"What Is your second wish?" asked
"1 want u red rose bush on the
other side," replied Kiwi.
Tho fairy waved her wand n second
time and there .un tho other side of
the door was a bush of red roses.
"And your third wish, said the
fairy, "what Is that?"
"I wUh that they might always
bloom," said Illaa.
"It Is granted," said tho fairy, and
she waved her wand over tho bushes
All summer the bushes bloonud and
llttlo Klsa picked the roses every day
nnd carried them to the sick folks ana
the old people who could nut get out of
When the winther began to be cold
Klsa thought her roses would stop
blooming, nnd one morning as she gath
ered thtm she said "You beauties. I
shall miss you when the frost und sndw
lomes. but 1 will cover you with straw
and keep out tho killing frost nnd ou
will blom again in the summer."
"Have ou forgotten sour wish," said
BACK TO EXSa V
another In all my kingdom who Is more
worthy to be a Queen and It will not
be long before you are Kln: I am
un old man." ,
So the Plnco went back" to Klsa and
asked her to marry him. Hut she
would not say yes until he promised
thut she should come to her rose
bushes every day und gather them
for tho sick and old. Just as she had
been In tho habit of doing.
And although Klsa became a Princ
ess and after a while a Queen, she
wus calico by all who knew her "the
Lady of tho Roses"
(Tomorrow The King and the Ogress)
Will Give Lecture
On Michael Angelo
Is more fun, nnd when little Miss Rrown
Is arrested for stealing some Jewelrj,
and trlei tn esrape from a window In
the Dennlson suite, by means of a sheet
knnrferl fnireflier. lint! lilrted and abetted
by Mr. Dennlson. the faioo charges the plui. nnd In thH part the little lady
ulorig ut m s'xty-mlle-an-bour gull, who causes all the trouble. Miss Ilrown.
"Michael Angelo" will be the subject
of which Dr. II. 11 Powers, of lloston,
will lecture In the National Museum to-
u voice. Klsa loke-d under a rose and j night under the auspices of the Wash
there was her fairy. Ington Society of Fine Arts The doors
"You wished that your rose bushes , win open nt 7 o'clock, and as there are
might always bloom," said the fulry, I no seats reserved, the rule will be "first
There aro mliapprehenslona and mis
understandings that servo to ki ep tho1
pla) going on at a lively pace for tho
ivmalnder of tho two acts There Is
a furious and Jealous real wife. In u
narrow, black ohlffon velvet skirt, and
a fussy ntmt wtlh lots of moncs, much
cotton lace, and a penchant for feeding
modlclne lo her skittish husband every
hour a blue ono on the even hour, and
a white one on the odd mid there Is
always the frozen-fuctd clerk, keenly
ullve to his dut of kieplng the houso
respectable, und the bibulous Irish maid,
who, after all, furnishes the key to th"
Is charming She presents a perfect
pli ture of youth (I am told alio Is only
seventein), and her thoroughly uncon
scious manner Is a delight She Is Bn
aitiess over whom one nay consistently
rave, for her fairy godmother has show
ered many rare gifts upon her. nnd shn
Is ii delight to the ee, as well us a
thoroughly charming little creature.
"Little Miss Ilrown" is a play that
will never decide nny soul-harrowing
problems, or start un ethical discus
sion, but If one is luoklng for clean,
bright, and perfectly dece'nt fun. with
nothing that Is In the least offenslvo or
situation, and In her drunken condition i suggeBtlve, go to the Ilelaseo this week.
tells the truth, so that .veothlng 1st ji ua mi,iiw,.
FOR TIMES WOMEN WHO WANT TO KNOW
What Is Seen in The Shops
and T irrnntcd the wish. You will have
ruses all the winter."
One day when the snow was on the
ground a beautiful carriage drawn by
two black horses stopped before Klsa's
house and a oung man got out and
knocked ut the door.
"I wunt to buy our rose bushes," he
told Klsa. "I have never seen such
beautiful roses and I have all the dif
ferent kinds that urc known. Hut 1
have none like these. How much money
do vou want for them?"
"Oh, I could not sdl my rose hushes,"
Klsa replied, "Inded I could nut. Hut
I will pick ou a bunch of their blos
soms." ..... . .. ui .,!.. Inr them"
usked the young man "You must sell slonary. e
them or you would be willing to sell other actlv
the bushes to me.'
"Oh. no. sir." Klsa replied "I give
them to tho Blck nnd the old ptoplu I
who cannot get out to enjoy the beau
tiful world "
"You give away roses that you
mlaht sell and become rich?" said
the voung man. "Why, how foolish Meaning "keep your temper."
you are. I am the King's son Come, But there Is good reason in it:
sell mo these bushes and I will glvo i They used to dash thoir wigs on the
j on uny amount you ask." I floor, in the heat of an election bet.
I will not sell my roses lo mo King joaay we wear our own Hair
come, first served " Thero are only
y. seats In the auditorium, which Is be
low the rotunda.
It. H Caffln, a well-known writer of
art topics, will lecture before the so
ciety in December und January. The
course promises to gain wide Interest
Lutherans in Session.
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov II. The biennial
convention of the United Synod of the
Lutheran Church began In Atlanta to
day with nn attendance of delegates
from all of the Southern States from
Virginia to Mississippi The convention
sessions will last an entire week and
wilt be devoted to a review of the mls-
educatlon.il, publishing and
ltles of the denomination.
"Keep Your Hair On"
BV THE SHOPPER.
Shops are vjlng with one nnuther In
their efforts to give unusual prlcis III
serges und mati rials for one piece
dresses. At the department storo at
Seventh und K streets tO-lnch all-wool
storm serge, which Is regulnrlv SI n
vard. Is selling for ci ills This serge
help rccnlllng that pleasant old couplet: I Is sponged and sliiunk, read foi use,
"Oh. what n tangled web we weave. and Is to be had In navy blue, brown.
Mr and Mis Hubert Nelson Kldwcll,
of North Yakima, Wash., announce the
birth of a daughter Sunday, November
in, at their home In North Yakima.
Mrs. Kldwell was formerly Miss Edith
Whltukcr, duughter of MTs. Grenvllle
A. Whltakcr, of this city.
Mrs. James W. Ormo will be hoeteis
nt a tea tills afternoon from i to G
o'clock at hei residence, 3317 Sixteenth
street, asking her guests to meet her
sister, Miss Kdna May Heckcr, of New
The houso will be effectively decorated
with white chrysanthemums and pink
Presiding at tho tea table will be
Mrs. John L. Uvans nnd Mrs. William
Sloan Harrison. Others assisting in the
dining room will be Mrs. Robert Uruce
Umcrson, Mrs. Edgar Joseph Ormo,
Mrs. Gardner Philip Orme, Mrs. William
Orme, Mrs. Frederick Lako Harvcj
cutter, Mrs. Roy Erkman, Mrs. Joseph
Marchanl, Mrs. Joseph Huydcn, Mrs.
Humphrey Clssell, Mrs. Andrew Galla
gher, Mrs. Dallas Ora Southworth, Miss
Hazel Cox, Miss Iris Masters, and Miss
Receiving with Mrs. Ormo and Miss
Decker will bo another slstor, Mrs. Joh
Mrs. Ormo will wear a handsome gown
of yellow crepo meteor trimmed Willi
i milestones and gold lace.
Miss Decker will wear two-toned roso
colored crepe de chlno and Mrs. Pop
hum's gown will be of two-toned violet
When first we practice lo deceive
Little Mrs. Dennlson has no trouble
whatever In being assigned to a very
sumptuous sulto of rooms. Inevitably,
however, remembering that this Is a
fane, at rives upon the scene Mr Den
nlson, and ho too, Is promptly assigned
to tho suite his wife, or at least the
lady who Is supposed to be his wife, Is
occupying. Then the laughs are off.
and there are two to the minute from
this Juncture until the audience strug
gles Into Its overcoiti and wraps. Of
course Mr. Dennlson doesn't knuw that
It Isn't his wife vtfho Is occupying the
room to the right of the sitting room,
ind of course the Utile stranger doesn't
'(now that n horrid man Is snaring
peacefully In the room nn tho other side
Not until morning, nt least. The situa
tion when both awake, and meet In the
sitting room, Is easier to Imagine than
When tho honest-to-goodness Mrs.
Dennlson arrives on the scene, and
promptly dlscoveis tho situation, thero
and garnet. A special lot of nn-wuoi
reversible coatings, X Inches wlae, lor
the making of tho popul.n "Johnny
Coats," are all colors and sen ni i.-
On Eleventh street, between I" and
0. at the woman's furnishing storo on
the west side, there Is an excellent lino ;
of fur coats from which to si lect. Tho
shopper saw several remarkable plec
In a linltlc seal coat which Is marked
at J1KJ. This coat Is of unusual beautv,
cut In tho latest style, Is a K-Inch model
and Is mide with a fox, long shuwl col
lar. Other furs, less expensive, at till
same establishment are of black and
brown pony, marmot, and caracul.
A collapsible solid oak tabourette fin
ished In mission stylo, Is to be had at
the department storo on Seventh Btwet,
between K and K streets, for the ridicu
lous price of 31 cents. It can be slipped
Into a trunk or a sultcnsc with llttlo
trouble, and Is largo enough to hold a
tjpewrltcr. Largo all-brass (ardlnleres
particularly suited for large pottod
palms ami plants uu to bu had for
only k'j cents todav
The woman who wears tailored hats
should take udvunlnge of the reduced
prices offered bv the millinery shop on
the south side of C, stieit, near Thir
teenth. All of the hats sold at this
shop are mude b standard firms, and
when a reduction is made the purchase
Is a real bargain.
At the notion counter of tho depart
ment store at Eighth Btreet und Market
space there Hre shears to be had ut 33
cents, lengths 7, , nnd 9 Inches. On one
pulr of wonderful shenrs Is a measurinc
scale, a team pres'er, and finger rest,
un adjustable tension device which al
lows the rutting of thick and thin mate
rial, and besides the scissors aro ball-
bearing and self-sharpening A guaran
tee assures that thev will wear for five
Florida W. C. T. U.
STARKE. Pla. Nov. 1! -Delegates
representing local branches of the Wo
man's Cluistliin Temperance Union
throughout Florida arrived hero today
for tho annuul convention of tho State
organization. Tho gathering begins
with a welcome meeting tonight and
will conclude with the election of of
ficers on Friday.
himself," replied Elsa ! may not no
rich but I can do more than the King
or his son can do. I bring a smile to
tho face of tho sufferer and I give to
the old and feeble a glimpse of their
outh when they behold my beautiful
loses ann smell their fragrance. You
cannot buy them."
The King's on rode away, thinking
of what Klsu had said, and whon he
reached home he told his fathor. "She
can do more than we can; for sho
reaches tho hearts of the people and
she thinks more of making peoplo
happv tlnn having gold for herself"
'Make her your wife If she will have
you," said the King 'There Is not
And, wisely, take care of it.
Get a five cent packet of AMBUROL
today from your druggist. Half fill a
basin with hot water. This is no "tea
spoon and teacup" shampoo. Dip tho
head in, wettins: the hair well. Now
shake the AMBUROL powder on the
hair and shampoo with one hand. It
makes a big foam. The hair comes
back to its youth, stops falling out.
Dandruff disappears. Dull, brittle hair
grows wavy and fluffy. AMBUROL Is
tonic and shampoo combined. Spend
a nickel to prove It.
g A uful book. "Socnts of Bosutr," by
Ldr Annabel. In nil S cant packsti of
AMBUROL. At all draitUU.
Doctor Urges Teaching
Of Hygiene to Children
More adequate knowledge of sex and
of sex hvglcno for tho joung was
urged by Dr. Wlnfleld Scott Hall, pro
fessor of physiology at Northwestern
Medical School, of Evnnslon, 111., nt
tho opening session of tho boy and
home conference at the Y. M. C. A.
Ho declared that tho ono antidote
against social danger wns Instruction of
the oung In all physiological question.
"Not moro than ono person In twenty,
even among college students, hus re
ceived proper Instruction from their
parents In this regard," he said.
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Plenty of aunchlnt. Will
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Within ttnllilnic dlttanc oj
2,000 Yards of Newest Mannish Desips
For Women's Tailored
Suits and Cloaks
At Such a low Price That We Are Able to Offer Them at
50c on the Dollar
Less Than Regular Mill Price
"Out of the Slums," a Pitiful Story of
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15 B St. N, W,
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11th and llth st, car
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