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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1912.
President and Diplomats,
Jurists, and Congress
i, men Will Attend.
(Continued from First Page.)
Charles Nagel will attend the Pan
American mam at St. Patrick's, go to
the matinee of "Robin Hood," at the
National Theater, and have dinner with
his family. Secretary of Navy Mover
will pass the day quietly with his family.
Will Attend Masi.
Secretary of the Treasury MaeVcagh
will take dinner with Mrs. Marshall
Kleld. lie will attend the rail-American
mass In the morning.
Secretary of Interior Walter Fisher
will spend tho day quietly witn ins ram'
The Attorney General's engagements
for the day were not announced, but It
Is probable he will have luncheon with
Mbt. William Russell, of St. Patricks
Secretary James Wilson and daughter,
vii. vinm will soend the day In Wash
ington, probably attending church In tho
morning at the New York Avenue Pres
Secretary Stlmson Is on his way back
from Panama and his Thanksgiving
Will be spent aboard snip. ,
Postmaster General Hitchcock plan,
ncd today to go to lloston to have.
Thanksgiving dinner with his folks. He
will leave on the Fcderad Express at
B:30 o'clock this evening foi his sis
ter's home, unless somethlne develops
la the meantime to change his plans.
NEW YUKK. HOV, si. uecinring ii
there never was a tlmo In the history .
of thts country when tno people naa as
n uch to bo thankful for as ai present,
Mayor William J. Gaynor today dis
cussed tomorrow's holiday significance
d paid a tribute to labor.
Those who work with their hands
did live by the sweat of their faces are
the happiest. They cat well, sleep well,
and enjoy all of their faculties and are
h.iii hamuim thev come closest to
rr.nfnrmltv with God'a laws. I nm de-'
voutly thankful that I nm alive, even
though some abuse and libel me. I nao
Something to do and go right on doing
It and In thai way the most miserable
Ubeler docs not disturb me.'
Cardinal Farley today said: "Thanks,
aiving Day is one of tho evidences to
all the world that we aro a religious
pcoplo and that we are grateful to nl
inlghty God. and to everyone who hM
any sense of religion, It Is a most grntl
Dlshop Orecr. of the Epl-copal Church,
said: "Thankgllng comes not bo
much from iin enumeration of particular
btnellts as from n conviction of the
goodness of God and the assurance of
his benellccnt administration of tho
President Taft has a program of ac
tivity outlined for Thanksgiving Day
which Is calculated to Induce ao ex
traordinary appetite by the tlmo dinner
is served at tho White House at 7
At 10 o'clock he will attend the Pan
American mass at St. Patrick's, at 11
o'clock ho will attend the Thanksgiv
ing services at All Souls, nt 2 o'clock
he will attend the wedding of Miss Bou
tell, daughter of the minister of Swit
zerland, to Mr. John Lndd, of lloston.
After that there It an hour or two for
golf and then dinner. The President's
sons, Robert and Charles, will ba at
home for the turkcv dinner. Mils
Helen Taft Is now at Panama, n mem
ber of Secretary of War Stlmson's
party. For the flrst time slnco the Taft
family has dined nt the White House
on Thanksgiving, Miss Helen will be
The big turkey, which has been
groomed, nursed, coddled, watered and
fed by Horace Vosem, of Westerly. R.
I., will arrive at the White House
kitchen this afternoon. Th bird w.U
weigh thirty pounds or niorj. and will
grove a poser for cvwi th traditional
is? nDDCtlte of President Tuft.
, Mince pie and cranberry sauce, made
by tho famous hand of Aunt Delia Tor
rey, will grace the White House table.
The Dastrv and sauce has not yet ar
rived, however. Some apprehension will
be felt If this pie docs not arrive on
schedule time. Pics have met a hard
fate at the White House. Two years
ago n huge pastry concoction, from
Newark, started for the White House
and met ndvi-iiiure of travel that
would shame PhlneuH Fogg.
Colonel Gage, the newly arrived mili
tary attache of the llilllsli embassy,
Will be presented to President Taft this
Observe Their Golden Wedding
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afternoon by Ambassador Bryce. I
Frcderlco Alfonso Pciet, minister from
Poru. will present hlH son, Alfonso .
Washington Pezet. to tho President to-
At 4 o'clock this afternoon President I
Taft will attend the wedding of Miss
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slstant Secretary of the Treasury.
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Turkey and cranberry sauce will oc
cupy a prominent place on tho menus
of the District's charitable and correc
tional Institutions tomorrow. Recently
M. C. Hargrove, Purchasing Officer, ad
dressed to tho various superintendents
a letter of inquiry as to what they
wanted for tho Thanksgiving dinner.
With one or two exceptions, they choso
By purchasing approximately 700
pounds, Mr. Hargrove obtained a spe
cial pi Ice of 22H cents u pound, so that
It will cost the District In the neigh
borhood of IIGO to place a real Thanks
giving dinner before Its charges.
The Home for tho Aged and Infirm
declined turkey, preferring "home
grown" pork. The home raises Its onn
Dorkers. which will be served tomor
row with plenty of sweet potatoes and
"good gravy." "Home-grown" pork
will furnish also a dinner for the prls-
oners at the workhouse at Occoquan.
The guards and prisoners on the hos
pital list will be given turkey.
Tuikvy dinners win be served niso at
the Tuberculosis Hoipltal. the Indus
trial School for White Children, the
Industrial School for Colored Children,
the Washington Asylum ami Jail, the
Temrorary Home for Ilx-Unlon Soldiers
and Sailors, and the Municipal lodging
Fussell Company Will
Distribute Ice Cream
To Orphans Tomorrow
As a result of the generosity of the
russcll Ice Cream Company, more than
200 gallons of Ice cream will be dis
tributed to the orphanages and tho va
rious charitable institutions of the Dis
Since the company, which Is the oldest
Ice cream manufactory In thi world,
was established In this city, flftv-oiie
years ago. It has made an annual cus
tom of a Thanksgiving Dav dlstr'bu
tlon of Its product to those who would
not otherwise be able to enjov It. It
will servo more than 3 0W tomorrow, ac
cording to the present calculation.
The following special services will ho
held In Capital churches tomorrow:
At St. Patrick's Catholic Church,
where Pan-American mass will be said
at 10 o'clock.
At Calvary Bamlst Church, where a
union meeting of tho Baptist churches
of tho District will be held at 11
At Ingram Memorial, where congre
gations of Ninth Street Christian. En
worth M, E., Douglas M. E., Keller
Memorial, and Epworth it: E.. South,
churches will gather at 11 o'clock.
At Calvary Methodist Episcopal,
South, where congregations of the
Dumbarton Avenue Methodist EplBco-
pal. west Bireet 'resDyierian. no,.
BvanpiKii "''. '' i"
Miran m.iniHLiBi rruirniuiiL lhuiiiu:.
mMl nt 11 n'j.lnrlc
I At Wesley unapei. AieiuoaiHi kihibi
i pal. where the congregations of th.it
I church, tho First Presbyterian, and tho
Metropolitan Mcmoaisi Episcopal nom
service at 11 o'clock.
At Metropolitan Presbyterian, where
the congregation of that church and the
ORIN S. SHAW.
Eastern Presbyterian Church Join for
a praise service at 11 o clock.
At llamllne Methodist Episcopal,
where the corgregutlons of McKcndrcc,
Grace. North Capitol, and Lincoln Ave-
nue Methodist Epltcopal Churches meet
with liamllno In a praise tvrvlce at 11
Ai the All Souls' Unitarian Church.
where union services with tho Church
of Our Father will be held at 11 o'clock.
At St. Paul's English Lutheran,
v here union ervlccs with Luther Plucc
Memorial Church will bo held at 11
TREES NOT NEEDED
FOR MAPLE SUGAR
Farmers' Bulletin Declares Bulk of
Supply Not Mods
"If all the maple trees In the coun
try were cut down, und tin supply of
maple sap entirely cut off, tin re would
he no notlcnolo .llr.Kiiutlur. In the sup
ply of maplo sugar."
This commentary on the manufacture
of maple suar p'oiluc'ii is n.ade by
the Department of Agriculture In it
farmers' bulletin, lo be published in lh
next day or two.
"Within the last few years," the bul
letin continues, "tliTe Iiub been a ten
dency toward thi! production of a bet
ter grude of mnplc products. Mapla
srup, or maple sugur, ptepared by the
best methods, Is u light-colored, pleas
ant tasting product. Contrary' charac
teristics arc the result of unelcuwv
method and sour sap. This better
fe-rndo may not appeal to many pcoplo
who have been accustomed to the dutk,
Maple sugar and maple syrup making
is purely iin American Industry, ac
cording to the bulletin dating from the
curliest dajs. when the rxp.oreis mid
pioneers discovered Indians making fro
sugar. Ever since that time It hat
been an Important Industry.
Prefers Ten Minutes on
Stage to Year as Wife
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. 27. Kintly Ann
Wellmnn, leading woman of tho Loula
Mann ;oinpn, which Is playing "Ele
vating a Husband" In the Century The
ater, wan sued for divorce by Dr. Harry
V. Wellman, dentist, of lra .Vorth
Kings Highway. He alleges Mrs. Well
mnn hfu absented herself from home
"without reasonablo cniuo" Tor a year
, ,. . . - ,
or more. Ho gUes Iho dato of marriage
as October 19, 11)01. and seys int. scp.i-
patlnn tnMr n1fw In TAmmrv. 1111
When Informed of her husband's de-
sire to net a divorce. Mrs. Wdlman
pressed no regret. In explaining her
i ..!. Billlnenesa for a legal M-Dara-
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"I would rather have t'-n minutes on
the stage, with hundreds Fitting tense
nnd silent before me, than a year of
homo life. Even the hisses, hnrsh words,
and tears of an actri'ss's career ure far
sweeter to me than the endearing
words of a husband."
BH MAKE Y00 THftNHFULfiXsaljZA
4 TRY A HftUSTAR jjg)
OF AGED COUPLE
Friends Gather to Present
Gold Coins to Mr. and Mrs.
Orin S. Shaw.
The. golden wedding of Mr. and Mra.
Orln s. Shaw was celebrated on, Mon
day evening, a small dinner party being
given by their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. John Danner, at their
home, .1321 Center street northwest,
tho old pewter and china dishes used
having been handed down from old
After the dinner they were Invited to
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. George H.
Kellers, where a large party were await- i
lug their coming. They were ushered Into
the parlor to tho music of the "Lohen
grin" wedding march, played by Miss
Nellie Zellcrs, and took their stand In
a bower beneath a golden bell,
from which descended a shower of
golden roso leaves us a gold-colored
satin bag, hand-painted In orange blos
soms, and containing over 1100 In gold,
waa present) d In a very loving and
Graceful manner by Mrs. M. Hosa Fish
urn. Mrs. Shaw responded by saying: "For
fifty years wo hae walked together
side by side, heart to heart, through
light and shade, hut In al lour lives we
wire never hatmlcr than on this day. i
mil we thank all of our dear friends I
for these tokens of their love."
Mrs. E. P. Fisher gave several piano '
selections; Mrs. Harry Boh on aang beau, i
in. I th old songs "Da by and Juan,"
"Relieve Me If All These Endearing
Young Cahnnlng Charms," and "Silver
Threads Among the Gold," and Miss
Dorothy Kellers sang "The Hour That
Gave Me You."
Refreshments were served and con
gratulations given until a late hour.
The house was beautifully decorated
with yellow chrysanthemums. The party
camo as a complete surprise to Mr. and
Orln S. Shaw waa born in Wlnthrop,
Me.. .Tune 24, 1KS3, wan the only Jon
of Bamuel H. and Hannah J. Shaw,
and seventh In line of descent from tho
Pilgrim, John Howland. Hn waa mar
ried on November 25, lf!2. In Lewtslon,
Mi-., to Miss Ella Holmnn Dunn, 'daugh
ter of Reuben C. and S'lence Barro.vs
Dunn, descendant of Sir John Dunn,
nt one time Lord Mayor of London,
Thi'v lived In Wlnthron. Me., on tho
old Shaw homestead until they rame
to Washington eleven years nqo. lo
reside with their daughter, Mrs: John
FINDS YOUTH WITH
FACE SHOT AWAY
Young Brother Discovers
of Mysterious Shoot
MTLFOTtn. Del., Nov. 27. This town
Is stirred by the flndlng of tho body
of Nathaniel Harris, aged eighteen,
of this place, In the yard of a nsldcnro
thrco miles west of here last night.
He had been gunning with a younger
brother, nnd had left the latter, going
toward the house.
The brother followed a short tlmo
Inter, and came ucross the body, the
face being shot uuay. How he was
shot and by h'm Is a mystery.
Daly's Pictures of
Stage People Sold
NEW YORK, Nov. 2T. Stage celebri
ties nnd art collectors In about equal
numbers thronged Anderson's Gallery
today at the opening of the auction
sale of the Augustln Daly collection of
portraits or eminent actors ana ac-
tresses. The collection contains not
on)y )Krrats of the members of the
company which Mr. Daly kept together
am mnnv vcalm. Innltirilntr Attn Rrhnn
tin many years, inciuaing Ada Kenan
I and others, but also many other players
conspicuous In the earlier history of the
stage. The gem of the co lection la Sir
I Joshua Keynoias- portrait or uavia
Cnurch Folkto Act.
The Ladles' Aid Society of Handle
Highland Uaptlst Church will give a
three-act drama tonight ut 8 o'clock In
Offered for Sale
Wnshlngtonlans, according to of
tidal of tho Health Depart
ment. ay rent assured that
their Tbanhsghina- turkeys, are
sot of the cold-storage variety.
Of the thousand! of turkeys
placed ob the Market for the
ThnakaghlBa; trade, only two
hare beea condemned. These
were not eold-storaf birds,
their condemnation rcsaUlns;
from the fact that ia preparing
them for shipment they were
From now until after the Christ
mas holidays, however, Inspec
tors of the Health Department
will keep a close watch on the
sale of tnrkeys. In past years,
officials say, birds which found
bo sale at Thanksgiving time
were placed la cold storage and
brought forth for the Christmas
A cold-storage turkey Is edible
If served Immediately after
leaving the cold storage plant
but soon becomes decomposed.
Condemnation, It was said to.
day, will be made of all turkeys
not strictly fresh.
GIRLS OF SOCIETY
UP EARLY TO SELL
Debutantes in Capital Stores
Disposing of Christmas
Various v mi nil society sirls of Wash.
lngton climbed out of bed at an earlier attend and pursue a course of Instrjic
hour today than Is their wont because '" tne ?" chool at ort
of the call of duty. They art- selling cs)rn,e incident to such Instruc
Hed Cross Christmas seals for the ben- Hon Is borne by the army and the In
lit of the duy antl-tubeiculosls camp ' formation gained by the officer Is pre
Af ih m.i.w ri,M. f o, im.H., UumpJ to materially aid national
Hed Cross. Uelng a salesgirl, whrthci
amateur or professional, tho young
women havo been told, requires pres
ence on the Job at the appointed hour.
Hencu the earller-than-usual breakfatt
Some of the debutantes of the season,
some of the ablest young equestriennes
who ride each year at the National
Capital Horse show,' and soriety girls
with other claims to fame or admiration
than these are among the salesgirls
secured for the several stores and
shops where seals ure now on sale.
At Dulln & Martin's among the oung
saleswomen Is Miss Hlldegarde Nagel,
daughter of the Secretary of Commerce
and Labor. Miss Nagel and the others
nt Dulln i Martin's are under the Im
mediate dliectlon nf Miss Sallle Schroe
der, daughter of Hear Admlr.il Seaton
S'-hroeder. The other young women
who will sell lied Cross seals at this
shop from now until January 1 arc:
Misses Natalie Magruder, Klolse Sar
grant, Eleanor Reyuurn, Alice and
Mabel Orandln, ltoso Ilradford. Klise
Davis, Marjorle Smith. Henrietta Fitch,
iiml MIhm Ilowntnir.
At the Palais Iloyal the young society
women selling the Beals are under di
rection of Miss Anne and Miss Mildred
Qreble, daughters of Col. K. St. John
Orcblc, U. 8. A. Their charges Include
the Misses Jeanetto and Descha Allen,
daughters of Major Henry Allen. i s.
A.: Helen Hunt, Francis Hrooks, Mary
Stead, Marie otevens, Katnerine An
drews, Ruth Anderson, Kate Dubose,
Esther Foote, and Mrs. Mark Brooks
Hales went on briskly today at these
places and at S. Kann. Sons & Co, where
Mrs. Charles Goldsmith Is In charge: at
tho Boston store, where Mrs. John Mc
Laughlin has direction; the American
Security Company, and the City Post
COLDS CALRK HEADACHB GRIP.
LAXATIVIS UIIOMO Quinine rtmovrs th
1 causa. Ttiers U only one "DHOMO QUININE
J-nok fnr nlcnature of n V. OrtOVE. Sc.
SO THIS ISA HAIL STAR1TtH
WEU, B'OOSH, ITJ5 SOME jWbV. j
SMOKE FOR A NICKLE !!! KJ"
4Xfl l If' qf
PREDICTS BREAD AT
FOUR CENTS A LOAF
BY FIRST OF YEAR
Bakers Getting Wealthy
Selling at Present Price,
Says J. T. D. Pyles.
"Before tho nrat of the year t 'oe
llevo the bakers of Washington will
sell bread t6 the distributors for 3ft
cents and the retailers will sell .he
loaves at 4 cents each," said J. T. D.
Mr. Pyles said ho had been selling
bread for months at tho rate of 3 1-3
cents a loaf, and that his bread trade
had urown to srch proportions that
last week he sold 21,010 loaves In this
Several months ago Mr. Pyles started
In to sell bread in his stores at cost.
At that time he had to pay 4 cents a
loaf wholesale for the bread. During
tho summer he discovered a baker that
made a contract to supply him with
i bread, the loaves to be of trie same
' alxe and weight as 4-ccnt bread, at tho
I rate of 3Vi centa a loaf. ,,.,
Mr. Pyles began selling this bread
'at 31-3 centa the loaf, and the trade
I began to boom. He ordered more from
the baker until now the baker ha. i no
i time for other customer, at all but sup-
plica Mr. ryies iwi -- ."-
'"S?.:...! the lower Price Is that
tho spring wheat crop In the Northwest
last Bummtr was the largest In the his
tory of tho United State.. Lust winter
..!'... ...u..,i Knur anid fur &0 cents a
bairel less than spring wheat flour. This
winter spring wheat soils for CO
cents a barrel lea sthan wlntor wheat.
Mr Pyles fctated thcro was no reason
In the world for thu bakers to charge
4 cents a loaf for bread when the price
of flour Is so low. "There is no busi
ness In tho world In which there Is a
greater profit than there la In baking
bread," ho said today, "and the bakers
r.re setting wealthy because people are
In the habit of paying U cents for a
"At the present also of loaves there
ia a good prollt In baking, even when
the loaves ure sold at 3ft cents. Cer
tainly my buker Is making money from
my trade, because he has no other.
Militia Offier Is
Ordered to Army School
Second Lieut. C. M. Hammond, Sec
ond Infantry. District of Columbia Na-
Iii.mi.l ritinrd. was ordered today to
Wake Uo! You
! Make Yonr Stomach Cheerfully Do
Its Work Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets Digest Tour Food
and Assist the Stomach.
reoplo who complain they arc worn
to a frazzle are nearly always dyspeptic
and are recommended to use Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets. The stomach gets
laxy, food ferments and sours, gas
belches up. there are symptoms of;
bloating, the blood becomes thick and
sluggish, the 11 cr Is blamed, the head
Is heavy, the mind a blank, and tn'.
illntnir room Is a chamber of horrors.
One of tho greatest evils of our mod
ern life Is the quick lunch. To this
evil, ns much or more than any other,
may be traced the preponderance of
the stomach troubles of our times. In
stead of taking time to thoroughly mac
tlcate the food before swallnyvlng It,
the average person rushes through the
meal, bolting the food, deglutition tak
ing place while It Is only partially mixed
with saliva, and only half masticated.
thus leaving the stomach to do the
work the teeth should have done.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets contain
digestive elements, a single grain being
capable of dlgcMlng 3,000 grains of food.
Including meats, eggs, grain, vege
tables, starches, and mineral matters.
They prerare every particle of food by
thorough digestion for ready absorption
ana assimilation oy tne lacteal glands,
which pass It Into the blood, whence
it is conducted to all parts of the sys
tem, rebulldlnc and rclmllz'nc It
i:vcry druggist has Stuart's Dyspep
sia raDiets in mock ana sens mem ui
50 cents a box.
TOWN IS AROUSED
BY "POISONED PEN"
Letters, Evidently Written by Wo-
man, Are Left at Residences
1ft Pottsville, Pa.
POTTBVILt:. Pa., Nov, K.-The.
"poisoned pen," lacking none of Its
venom, has again made Its appearance
In Pottsville, but this time the writer,
apparently a woman, la taking no
chances at coming Into contact with
the Government authorities, and is de
livering the scithlnr, gossiping mis
sives by hand, leaving them outside
the resldencea of her victims at aucn
times when she knowa they will be
picked up and recovered.
Five of the letters havo been found
In tho last two days. An employe In
the family of J. C. Hclken picked up
two on the atreet. Doth were addressed
to the same woman and he delivered
them, only to be taken to police head
quarters to be asked how they came
Into his possession.
All of tho letters, contain libelous,
abusive statements, which apparently
have been written to reflect upon the
best people of Pottsville.
Seamen's Labor Bill.
Consideration of the seamen's labor
bill, passed by the House last summer,
will be begun In the Senate committee
nest Monday, Senator Burton of Ohio
MRS. P. H. WALSH
(US Uhland Terrace, High View.)
There Were 3 Important Reasons
Why They Bought a
HIGH VIEW HOME
itrrHERE were three
L important rea
sons why we bought our
home at High View. One
was that we had looked
at a number of homes
and were impressed with
the superior value of
those at High View. Our
second reason was be
cause of the small cash
payment and the easy
terms. The third reasdn
was due to the fact that
a friend who had bought
a home the Shannon &
Luchs way recommended
this firm to us."
MRS. P. H. WALSH,
148 Uhland Terrace.
OUR f REt; AUTO SERVICE
This service Is for the free accommodation of those interested In any of
our properties. It does not obligate you In any way. In fact, wo will bo Klad
to take you to any other properties at the same time, so that vou can mskn
comparisons. Just drop a postal or phone Main 2345 for this FREE AUTO Ser
vice, and we will call for you and bring you back again.
LOOK FOR OUR GREEK
AND WHITE SIGN
The great Market Center only one car fare from any
section of the District.
Ladies' Waiting and Tea Room. B Street Wing.
Cafe 7th Street Wing.
Open for Thanksgiving Marketing as follows:
On Wednesday, November 27, open from S n. m. until S p. m. On
Thursday (Thanksgiving), open from 5 a. m. until 11 a. m.
Patrons are urged to make timely purchases for Thanks
giving, In order that the dealers and their employes may also en
joy the day. '
Not. 25, 1912.
t wTWW h
1 .Villi T
Plan to Organize
Plans for the formation of marching
clubs to take part In the Inaugutal pa
rade on March 4 will be made tn a meet
ing of tho East Washington lim.nii..
Club tonight. The meeting will be held
In the homo of V.
8. Illley, wo Second
In the last meetlnir of the Hut, it ...
decided to hold weekly meetings for the
remainder of the wlnTcr, A mass meet
ing of Democrats Is under consideration
Read these "three import
ant" reasons. Aren't they
equally as good reasons why
you should buy a home at
High View? r
Don't they, at least, make
you feel that you are doing
yourself and your family an
injustice by not at least in
vestigating the homes at High
View and comparing their
method of purchase with
your present method of rent
Terms $200 Cash and
$26.92 Per Month
HIGH VIEW homes consist of
six full rooms and bath, and are
equipped with all modern conveni
ences. The construction is of beau
tiful pressed brick reinforced with
steel, and the type of architecture
TO INSPECT Take any O atreet car
marked "Brookland" or "North Capitol
and V streets," get off at Rhode Island
avenue, and walk one square east.
713 14th-St N.W.
FRANK G. WILKINS, Supt
""asa-aa""" s- ..lS
will do well to consult dally the numr
oua and unusual bargains offered In Th
Tlmea "Tor Sale Hlsccllaneous" Coli
umna on the Want Ad pagea. ,