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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FEBRUARY, 1. 1920.
V "' i-'i v "t; ' TO yil IK Above Little girl pu ji pils of the Chalif Danc - ing School who recently 1 gave a bjnefit to estab E lish a scholarship fund to assist talented chil dren who cannot afford the course. I'hoto. Keystone View. 9. I Miss Celia Claro, oldest daughter of Sam uel L. Claro, one of Chile's delegates to the financial conference in Washington. She and her sister have been much feted by the diplomatic set. Copvrigiit. cimcdrmt. dr.-; J. it Below The Viscoun tess Combermere, who before her marriage in 1913 was Miss Hazel Agnew of London.. Her husband has a notable war record. 1 '' 1 11 hi. Keystone View. St1 One of the fa mous beauties of Chile, a visitor in New York : Mme. Spruillo Br a den, formerly Mile. Ma ria Humerc3 del Solar. I'lmln. Campbell .Html, ox. Mrs. James Wilkinson McCartney, who was Mrs. Edith Hyde Rob bins. She was married recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Newton Hyde, at Duuglaston, L. I. Pimm, inu-mutiunui. ih"tti Intrrnnttnna'. 1 Latest portrait of Ludwig. ex- King of Bavaria, now living in pen ury in Switzerland. The new Bavarian Government sold all his prop erty. Burglars' loot valued at $:oo,ooo on display in tlu East Sixty-seventh street police station. Many gems could not be identified, as they had been rippjd from their settings. Several residents of Park avenue apartment houses were among the victims. ' ByaSu.NStntri'hotogrnphcr.