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New-York tribune. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, July 20, 1907, Image 4

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The London Home of the Fiigrims, and Ihe Fashionable European Resort of American Soclety.
THE LUNCHEON GiVEN BY THE PILCR!?V!S AT THE "SAVOY HOTEL" IN HONOUR OF MARK TWAIN.
Mark Twain
Mr. Blrrell
tMr farcy Banderson
Mr. Tree Hen. Harry Lawson
The laach-oa givea by the Pllgrims at the "Savoy" to Mark Twain oa June 25 was a great success. Mr. Birrell. who presided, made a delightful speech to the euest M-rrT^rT^'T* **' ? ^T P;"nwn , , , Mr Cb^unoey Depew
_t-.t touch of pathoa Which dlgtjnguishes him from the nWely funny man. This plctiueTs the worlif of? M.'ZrnJ Frator ? *' ' ^ ?S ^ 8P6eCh *** **
THE ABOVE IS TKE REPRODTTCTION 01 A PAGE PROM THE SPHERE (LONDON) ILLUSTRATING THE PILGRIMS ENTERTAINING 1IARK TWAIN AT THE SAVOY
|g?I?__E comforts and luxury of the Savoy Hotel, its cuisine and service, combined with
l^jji^ the most moderate charges, piace it absolutely in the front rank of all Hotels in
v-KiMM Europe. The beautiful suites?with bathrooms attached?overlooking the River
Thames and Embankment Gardens, away from the noise and bustle of street traffic, although
in the centre of London, are greatly appreciated by all American travellers.
AVOY
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HENRI PRUGER., GeneraJ Manager.
DON,

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