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Notahle Social Gathering
At Mme. Juiia Culp!s Concert Today
Netherlands Minister and Mme.
Loudon and Queen Emma
Are Among the Sponsors.
XDER the direct patronage In
this country of the Netherlands
Minister and Madame Loudon,
and with Queen Emma, the
mother of Queen Wilhelmfna. standing
as sponsor from over the -water, Mme.
3uIIa Culp, the famous Dutch lleder
finger. Is expected to All the Columbia
Theater "this afternoon with a notable
, Mrs. Taft, with a party of friends.
?v 111 occupy a box. and the Dutch -Minister
and Madame Loudon, will have
lelth them Prof. Harold Randolph, di
rector of the Peabody Conservatory of
Music in Baltimore, and Miss Laura
'Harlan. Mrs. Henry F. DlmocK will
have in her box Mr. and Mrs, John
Harrison,- of Minneapolis, and,. Mre
Dimock Hutchinson: Lli -.
rh the brilliant audience will be the
Trench Ambassador and 'Madame
Jusrerand, the British Ambassador and
Mrs. Bryce. the Swedish Minister, .the
ICorweslan Minister and Madame Bryn.
Mrs. L. Z. Leiter. Mrs. P.ichard ll
Townsend, and othe- of the patrors
and patronerBct. including the Attorney
General and Mrs. WIckersKam. the
Spanish Minister and Scnora, de Rlano,
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Belmont, Mr. and
Mrs. George Kustla. Mr. and Mra
Henry White, and Madame Christian
The last State" reception of the scries
of four will be held at the White House
tnlB evenlnc, when the Army and Ja.'y
will be the honor guests.
The President and Mrs. Taft were en
tertained at dinner last night by the
Secretary of Agriculture and his daugh
ter. Miis Flora Wilson. The other guests
at the dinner were:
The Speaker and Mro. Champ Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carnegie, Senator
ard lire. Cummins, Senator and Mrs.
Ken on. Congressman Cannon, Miss
Cannon. Congresbman and Mrs. Jamnp
It. Mann. Congressman and Mrs. A. F
Lcer. Congressman W. B. McKlnlcy.
Miss Mattls, Congresbman and Mrs.
Cliarlci. II. Sloane. Congressman John
Lamb. Mis Wilforth. Mrs Thomas K.
Laughlui. Mrs. John B; Henderson, Jolin
Ucm.lt, Dr and Mrs. J. J. Richardson,
Er and Mrs. RadcllfT, Mr. and Mrs. IZ.
Stanley Gra. of Baltimore, and Robert
The Sccictary of Commerce and 'Labor
and Mrs. Nagel will entertain the Presl
utnt and Mrs. Taft at dinner this week,
mukilic the last of the series of Cab
inet illnnrni for the season and the labt
of the Administration. I
Mr Jusserand. the dean of the Diplo
matte Corps, and Madame Jusserand en
tertained a dinner party at the French
embassy last night In honor of tht
Chief Justice ut the Supreme Court and
Mrs. E D. White. Their other guests
were Mr. Justice and Mrs McKenna.
Mr Justice and Mm. Hughes. Arch
bishop Ireland. Senator Lodge. Senator
du Pont. ne Assistant Secretary of
Aar fend Mrs. Robert Shaw Oliveff Mr.
and Mm. Douglas Roblnfun. of New
York. Mr. and Mis. Charles Henry
Butler, Dr." and Mis. William Holland
Wilmer Mrs. Rockwood -Hoar, Miss
I.oring Mlsi Louise Loring. and the
Counselor of the Embassy and Madame
i Pcrettl de la Rocca.
on" t f the largest and most enjoyable
lances of the season was the George
town Lav junior prom last evening In
ine ball room at the New Willard. 'The
quests, who numbered several hundred,
Ix-gan to arrive at ii o'clock and the
dancing lasted until about Z o'clock,
with the Marine Band playing for the
I'alm, branches of pine, and Hags
and pennants formed the decorations of
.lc ball room and at midnight a supper
J Newton Brcwci was chairman of
the dance committee, assisted by Slept)- !
! J. Riffle. George W Bond, L. Scott
Shaw- David A. Hart. Sidney E. Kent,
John L Peters. W. H. Bauer, Earl Cam
pczzl, Harold L. Ellas, Charles G. Ber
Kin. and William J. Conner.
The class officers are Joseph J. lie
Convllle, president; William S. Calla
han, first vice president; W.I. Connoley,
second vice president; Harry M. Carroll,
necrefery: Oliver J. Smith, treasurer,
and George A. Cannon, sergeant-at--
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MRS. WILLIAM A. CULL0P,
Wife of Congressman Cullop of Indiana
Mr. Justice and Mrs. Pitney will en
tertain a dinner party tonight with
members of the Cabinet and theli wives
and associate justices and their" wives
included in the party. The hour for
dining is early on account of the re
ception at the White House.
The At st of the series or the Tuesday
morning Lenten lectures which have
been arranged to be given at the Con
gressional Club this season, was largely
attended this morning. The guests were
aked for 11 o'clock and Miss Keith
Wakeman nave a talk on the New Na
tional Drama Theater.
The next lecture of the group will be
on Tuesday morning, February 1L
The Misses Patten entertained Cardi
nal Gibbons at dinner last night. It be
ing their custom to annually give a din
ner in his honor. Among the guests were
several churchmen, and Mr. Justice and
Mrs. Pitney. Senator and Mrs. Slurray
Crane. Senator and Mrs McLaln, the
minister from Denmark, Viscount Be
nolst d'Azy, Mrs. Robert McCormlck,
Mr. and Mrs Charles Glover, and Mrs.
The Second German Secretary and
Mme Kienlln entertained at dinner last
night, having among their guests Col.
and Mrs Stephen L'H. Slocum. Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Leiter. Mrs. Henry C. Cor-
bln, the German Military Attache and
Mme. von Herwarth, Miss Cameron.
Miss Hoar. Mr. Huldekoper. Mr and
Mrs. Ned Mitchell, and Major Lasslter.
A number of the bachelor diplomats
have arranged for a Ml-Careme ball on
the evening of Wednesday, February IB,
which Is to be gitcn at Rauscher's. It
is the first event of the kind ever given
here and is looked forward to with
great interest. This will be a Mi
Careme ball Ln name on'., as that day
falls on Thursday, February 27. On
February 28, the Postmaster Genera!,
Congressman Butler Ames, and John
Barrett will combine In giving a ball
Mrs Dlmoek Hutchinson entertained
a large dinner party last night, having
among her guests the Postmaster Gen
eral, tin- Spanish Minister and Senoru
de Rlano. the Portuguee minister, Mme.
Loudon. Mr Catalan), charge d'affaires
for Italy; Mr. and Mrs. Allerton Cush
man, Mr. and Mrs. George Kustis,
Colonel and Mrs. McCawIcy, Miss John
ston, Mr. and Mrs. Walter B Howe,
Mr. and Mrs. Appleton, of Boston, Mrs.
Nathaniel-Francis, Miss Alice Eno, Mr.
and Mrs. John Harrison, of Minneap
olis; Major Langhonie, John B. Hen
derson. Jr.. and Douglas Dodge, and
Louts Williams, of New York.
Mrs. James E. Hurlpy. of 21J9 Wyom
ing avenue, entertained at p tea yes
terday afternoon followed b an in
formal dinner party. Among the cues'
were Congressman and Mrs. Victor
Murdock of Kansas; Congressman and
Mrs. T. W. Sims of Tennessee; Lieu
tenant Camden, V. S. A., and Mr.
Camden. Miss Marie Sims, Miss Hllde-garde-
Hurley, Frank Lander, and Mr.
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Wives of Michigan Delegation in
Congress to Assist at Re
ception This Afternoon.
Mrs. Charles E. Towns,end. wife of
benator Townsend of Michigan, and
Mrs. Russell P. Goodwin, wife of As
sistant Attorney General Goodwin will
J entertain nt a reception this afternoon
at the Congresslounal Club from 4 until
7 o clock.
BuuiM paims, ana clusters or spring
j blossoms will form the decorations la
I the drawing rooms and In the dining
room palms and red flowers will be
IIImI 9 frfnt.nlA.n nvm..! .. m.l.
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t mond roses, white lilacs, and amllax
'" ie loan ot an open umbrella,
adorning the tea table for the occasion.'
The candles will have dainty red silk;
Assisting Mrs. Townsend and Mrs.
Coodwln in receiving their guests and
dispensing the hospitalities of the af
ternoon w:ii be the wives of the Michi
gan delegation in Congress, including
Mrs. William Alden Smith, wife of
Senator Smith; Mrs. F. E. Doremus,
Mrs. J M. C. Smith, Mrs. E. L. Ham
ilton. Mm. E. F. Sweet. Mrs. Henry
McMorran, Mm. J. W. Fordney, Mrs.
George A. Loud. Mrs. F. H. Dodds,
and Mrs. II. Olin Young, and Mm.
Brown, wife of Senator Brown of Ne
braska; Mrs. Gamble, wife of Senator
Gamble of South Dakota. Mrs. Crum
packer, wife of Congressman Crum
packer of Indiana; Mrs. Wallace Rad
cliffe. Miss Lucille Smith, Miss Vera
Cory. Miss Barchfeld, and Miss Sophia
Mrs. William Alden Smith, Mrs. Allon
and Mrs. Waller presided at the tea
Mrs. Edson Bradley received a hun
dred or more guests m her music rooms
this morning to heaf Prof. Harold Ran
dolph, director of the Peabody Conser
vatory of Music, in Baltimore, give one
of his "recitations" In music. Under
the management of Miss Laura Harlan,
the series, of which but two remain,
have been highly successful, and at
tended at each recital 'by 'the' most
prominent music lovura in society
At M'rs. Bradley's this. morning were
the Netherlands Minister and Mme. Lou
don. Mrs. L Z. Lelfer and her house
guesti, the Misses Loring, the Swedish
minister, the Norwegian Minister and
Mmo, Bryn. Mrs. Buckner Randolph,
Mm. Hennen Jennings, Miss Jennings.
Mrs. Parsons, and Mme. Christian
Miss Hazel Lee Roberts, daughter of
Congressman E. E. Roberts of Nevada,
and Mrs. Roberts, will entertain at a
luncheon Thursdaj at the Dewey In
compliment to Miss Barbara Stephens
and Miss Macpherson.
"n informal hop will be held at Fort
Mycr Saturday evening.
Mis. Thomas Annat entertained at a
tea at the Highlands yesterday after
noon from i until 6 o'clock. She wua
assisted by Mm. W. C. Redflcld and
Mre. Iingdon Moore will entertain at
tea this aU'-rnoon from 4 until 6
o'clock, when s,hi- will have assisting
her Jilts X..iic Junes. Miss Natalie
Drlggs. and her sister. Miss Esther But
terllcld Gottlieb. The decorations will
Mrs. IJjvenpoil White is cntcitainlng
at bridge thl.s afternoon.
Mrs. Thoii.as H. "ragu, wife of Con
gressman Cntgo of Pennsylvania, will
entertain at tea this afternoon at the
Miss Frances Mppitf, daughter of
Senator LIppitt. will entertain guests
at dinner tm Ight ln compliment to Miss
Taft, and afterward will go to the re
ception at the White House, and later
io tint dance given by Mrs. Wales, at
the ii.l house
Mrs. Joseph Alter Haydcn entertained
at luncheon today at her residence 28C0
Twenty-eighth street. The table deco
rations were red roses and candles with
red silk shades.
Tho guests were Mm. Robert Bruce
Emerson, Mm. Roy C. Erkman. Mrs
William Sloan Harrison, Mm. Dallas
Ora Southworn, Mrs. John NIcholua
ropham, jr., Mrs. Andrew Gallagher,
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For The Times' Children
Just Before It's Bedtime
BILLY PIG AND,
ILLY PIG'S mother had been pre
serving all the morning, and
when she went to town ln the
afternoon she told Billy Pig to
keep a close watch on the closet where
she put the Jars.
"I saw that Billy Goat around here
this morning," she said, "and he looked
longingly at my kettle while I was
cooking them. Now. you be careful
that he docs not play some trick on
you and get them."
"I guess I am smart enough for Billy
Goat." replied Billy -Pig as -his mother
went out. "I wish I could have a little
taste of that Sear on my bread and
outter," ne said.
"I'll give you some for your supper,"
said his mother, closing the dooris
she spoke. ,
Billy Pig watched her out of sight.
Then he opened the door to the closet.
"She won't mind If I Just count the
jars." he said.
"There are ever so many jars of pear
than there are of the other kind," said
Billy Pig. "I wonder if she w'ould
miss one J.ust one.". .
Then he 'did a very wicked thing. He
took a Jar from the shelf and opened It.
First he smeiled it, then ho tasted. He
tasted again and again, and by and by
lt was" all gone. He wondered what he
should do with the empty jar. If he
left it on the shelf she would find It
and know he had eaten It.
"I'll put It behind the bushes at the
cnu oi me garacn." said naughty Bllly
Now. It happened that Billy Goat had
seen Billy Pig's mother go down the
road, and he thought'he might find Billy
Pig alone, so he trotted toward Billy
Pig's house and saw him go out.
"I wonder what he Is carrying?" said
Billy Goat. "I'll watch and see where
After Billy Pig had hidden the Jar
In the garden Billy Goat went and
"So, my fine fellow," he said, "you
have been eating your mother's pre
serves. I shouldn't mind having a
taate myself; Mother Pig can cook
nice preserves "
He waited until BJJIy Pig had been
In the house a few minutes and then
he knocked at the door.
"How -dy-do," said Billy Pig. but did
not ask, Billy Goat td come In.
Billy Goat waited, and after being
sure ho was not to be invited to enter
he said "I smeiled tome very delicious
preserves cooking this morning as I
passed. I should think wc might have
a nice little feast while your mother
is away. Where does she keep them,
"Oh! I should not dare touch mother's
preserves." replied Blllj Pig. looking
"You don't tell me," bald Billy Goat,
with a smile. "I am sure she would le
pleased to havo you treat me and will
be quite put out when sho finds you
have been so rude to me Come, let
us Just try one Jar."
"No, Indeed." replied Billy Pig. "I
will not touch mother's preserves, and
besides that she particularly told mo
Mrs Edwin Addison Dent. Mrs. James
William Ormc. Miss Anna Chirk, and
Miss Eugenie Dent.
Miss Pauline Kronhclm, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jncob'Kronheim. will be
married to Oscar MV Iizrus. of Brook
lyn, at noon Sunday. Fcbiuary 9, at tho
home f her parents. XM Thirteenth
The marriage of Mlss Irene Virginia
Walters, daughter of Mrs. Maud L
Walters, and W. II. Budd Iltch. son
of the Rev. James I.cltch, of American
I-alls Idaho, took place last evening at
the home of the brlde'h mother In Irving
street Only a small party witness.-d
the ceremon. which was performed by
the Ilev. Joseph Fi McGcc. but a large
number of friends and relatives of the
bride and bridegroom attended the re
ccptlon which followed.
The bride wore a gown ot white crepe
d.- .-nine embroidered In peurls. over
which fell a tulle veil. Her houquct was
a Miower of white roses and valley lilies.
A spray of orange blossoms held the
veil In place
Miss May Ke.vnolds was maid of hon
or and' wore a Kown of white satin
leaned in blmdow. !;. held by clusters
of small plnl: - 81,c C!'rried nn arm
oouquct of long stemmed pink loses. The
A Thrilling Detective Story. "The Res
urrection or nick, vyinietv xeois-jo-day.
Virginia Theater. Don't mill It,
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY- 4,-1013.
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to look out. for them and se that you
did not get at them."
"You don't tell me so." said Billy
Goat. "What is that on tho front of
your shirt?"' he asked, pointing to a
place where Billy Pig had dropped some
of the pear preserves. Billy Pig put
his hand over tho spot and did" not
"Come iBIUy Pig." said Billy Goat.
"I'll give you one more" chance; will ypu
get a Jar of your mother's preserves
and Elve me half?"
"What do you mean by one moroa
chance?" asked Billy Pig.
"Never mind" that," "said Billy GoaV
"Will you get the Jar?"
"No indeed. I will not," said Billy Pig.'
"I would not deceive my mother and,'
besides that, she set me to watch
"Al right, Billy Pig." said Billy Goat,
"you are a nice fellow to watch pre
serves." "I wander what he means," said Billy
Pig. as he watched Billy Goat go down
When his mother came home Billy
Pig told her how Billy Goat came and
teased him to take her preserves.
i'He certainly Is a bad fellow." said
his mother as she spread the table and
put on the pear preserves for Billy
Billy Pig was looking with longing
eyes at the pea', and had Just seated
himself at the table when a knock was
heard at the door.
His mother opened it and there stood
Billy Goat with the empty jar in his
"I think. Madam Pig." he said, look
ing at mny pig as he spoke, "that this
Is your jar; 1 found It behind tho
hushes at the end of the garden. I saw
Billy Pig put It there and I guess he
forgot H. Didn't you. Billy Pig?" ht
Billy Pig looked -very guilty, and when
his mother stood before him with tho
emptj Jar he began to cry.
"So this is the way you look after
things when I am away." she said,
reaching for the stick behind the cloei.
Billy Goat was waiting out In the
road, and when he heard Billy piR
8(iical he laughed and trotted ofT to
Tomorrow: "Drusllla In Trouble '
llower girls. Miss Ada Crandall and
Miss Katherino Simmons, who preceded
the bridal party, were dressed respect
ively In pink and blue and carried has"
ki-ts of pink sweet peas.
The house decorations were In pink
and white with an nrtlstlc arrangement
cf ferns, palmu and smllax.
The bride was given away by her
brother, Arthur I.. Walters, ami Jacob
M. Bragcr, of West Newton, Pa., was
bi-st man for Mr. I.cltch.
Mrs. Waltem wore a gown of blue
rhlffon heavily embroidered in crystal,
over a blue messallnc of lighter .shade.
After a Hhort wedding journey South
Mr. and Mm. Leitch will be at home
at i: Irving street.
Dates for At Homes.
Mrs. Charles M. Townsend, wife of
Senator Townsend of Michigan, and
Mm. Russell P. Goodwin, wife 0f As
sistant Attorney General Goodwin, will
not receive Thursday, but will be tit
home Thursday. February 13, at the
Julius Kahu. wife of Congiess
man Kahn of California, will receive this
afternoon at the Brunswick, assisted bv
Mrs. Bryne. of Tennessee, and Mrs.
Mrs. Falrchlld. wife or Congressman
Falrchlld of Now York, will receive In
formally this afternoon at the New
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May IwinAgainy Says Julia Murdoch
".Widow hydroxy" Is; Typical of
All Other Plays by: Come
dienne. Declares Critic. - .
AY IRWIN'S In town-at the
National., To her friends and"
'that means to every one who
has eves. meLner. either, across
footlights, i or, face, to fa ce
lt doesn't ln the 'least matter whether
she-comes aa'airsrwiiUam' Andrews, or
as Sister Mariner Mrs. .Peckhani. or as
Gloria, "firav . olfa. ..!,4a.- rkjiiA-.r
- -.--v,' .B.i- ..iwm.uua uiuica
Pennington, -Widow by Proxy.'' Every
body loves her and laughs with her, and
is de-lfghted! to see her again,.rio mat
ter how; long since they last met.
"Widow by Proxy" Is a regular May
Irwin farce clean and' wholesome, full,
of the most delightful absurdities Into
which Gloria Gray Is betrayed by her1
own good heart, and,, paradoxical as It
may seom, her own good sense. And.
r.he enjoys her own absufdltfes so! It
would5, be .the" "verfest- cn"ufl wW could
refuse to enjoy .them with her. .
Briefly, Dolores Pennington is the!
young- widow, of Jack: Penningtpn. ills.
family lias refused to recognjze her.
Piere nobody who Tias Jjeeri on the
stage. She has been brought back'to
life and health, by Gloria Gray, who
has inherited, her father's capacity
Tor cutting coupons without-Inheriting
the coupons- poadthrirt" Gloria
is down to very hard'pan.'and'chicfiy
norrieanecause Dolores, ought to so
to 4he pine woods to ooriyalesce prop
erly, when, tho usual lavyer's letter
arrives telling them of a legacy
which, ilnce Jack Pennington has
died In Alaska. Is coming to his widow-
Gloria Gray Becomes
The "Widow By Proxy.'"
But sho must go to Pennington, the
family home and sign certain docu
ments. And Dolores, mindful. of how
Jack's family has spurned her. and
of how bitterly he had resented their
attitude, flatly refuses to- go. .Money
or no money, she will not go to l'en
nlngtOn.. And Gloria Gray 'undertakes
to go- in her tead--to play the Tart
of Jack's widow In Jack's ancestral
She goes, and meets his ancestors,
and her delightfully breezy personal
ity plays havoc with the ancestral
cobwebs. Jack's cousin Stephen, a
naval officer, who Is really the sourco
of the "legacy," falls In love with her.
and she with him. The marriage Is
hastened by an order from headquar
ters cutting short his leave.
And Gloria lias a terrible time try
ing to confess that she Is not his
cousin Jack's widow. Suddenly It de
Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought has borno tho signa
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, aud has been iniulo under his .
I personal supervision for over
to deceive -you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and
"Ju.st-as-ood" aro-but experiments, and endanger the
health ot Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It contains neither
Opium, IVIorphino nor other Narcotic substance. It de
stroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. For more thau
thirty vears it has been in constant u.so for tho relief oi
Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Trou
bles and Diarrhma. It regulates the Stomach and Kowels,
assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
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Is Delighted to
velops that Jack hasn't died- in .Alas
ka at all, He Is on hfs war home: lri
fact he has arrived. Of course that
ends the masquerade And the ur-
tain goes down with Dolores In Jack's
arms, and Gloria ln Stephen's, hex
deception -forgiven,- and the "aunt-
cestors" smiling benign blessings on
both fcouplesj" '
The story docn't amount to much.
but the complications' are screamlngly"
runny. May Irwin could make any
thing funny. She doesn't change, much
as the years go by for which tho thea
tergoing public is devoutly thankful.
A woman waiting in the snow for the
taxi said to another: "I haven't
seen her for ten years, and really I
can scarcely believe that It was longer
ago than the day before yesterday!"
And there was Infinite satisfaction In
May Irwin's Songs
Feature of Play.
She doesn't, sing as much as she has
in some oi ner otner piays. out What
singing sne aoes is witn the same
voice, and, more to the point, with the
same verve and spirit. Moreover, it
comes naturally into the action, and Is
not dragged In by the heels, as has
sometimes happened with her songs
though the public was always delighted
to have them, no matter If they were
rather ibrclbly Injected.
The company? Oh, well, any com
pany Is good with May Irwin In It; and
this one is really all that the play re
quires. Clara Blandlck. as the rather
stiff little real widow. Is an excellent
aJ years. Allow no one
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. Are Good and Come Natur
aHy Into Action
foil for Miss Irwin's rollicking br'eezl
ness. Orlando Daly jnak'ea a pleasant,
manly sort of a middle-aged -naval of
ficerand that "middle-aged" Is 'pet
ting It mildly, for he la Hsted a Cxpt.
Stephen Pennington, U. S. N- aad sto
I man reaches the grade of captain In the
! U. S. N. before he Is at least nSddle
I Alice Johnson as Gtlllgan. a' "modiste"'
wno wants- ner money, ana ynnoew
Gaunt and Helen Weathersby as .Sapfc
ronla and Angelica, the' PesaiBgtea
"atint-ceators," are quite equal to the
demands of their rather. - carteaaed
parts. JULIA. MURDOCK.
Lecture on Canals.
John A. Bensef, New Yorjc State en
gineer, and purveyor.. fiwiU". Jeeture to
niKht oa rthe baxve .canals ef.-New- :
.York before the Washington- Society -'
or Engineers, at Continental Memorial
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Skin and Hair
Soap and Oinimd
No other emollients, do so
much for the complexion,
hair and hands, nor do it so
quickly and economically.
Their use tends to prevent
blackheads, redness, rough
ness and other unwhole
some conditions of the skin.
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