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THE WASHINGTON WAStINGTONHERALD HERALD SATURDAY MAY 25 1007 5
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New York YorkWASHllVGT01VParis YorkWASHllVGT01VParisSpecial WASHINGTON WA SHING TONParis TONParisSpecial Paris ParisSpecial
Special Sale of ofMens ofMens ofMens
Mens Spring Clothing ClothingTEINBLOCH ClothingSTEINBLOCH ClothingTEINBLOCH
TEINBLOCH and another fine make These several lots of cloth clothk clothing clothing
STEINBLOCH k ing are reduced in price because we W have too many in stock They Theyare Thc Thcarc Theyare
are all highgrade goods new fresh made for this season and andare andare andare
= are this seasons best and most popular styles and effects They Theyare Theyar Theyare
are ar cut made and shaped properly and will give entirely satisfactory satisfactoryservice satisfactoryscrvice satisfactoryservice
service
S SLOT
LOT i ISteinBloch StcinBloch Allwool Suits plain and fancy grays all allsizes al1sizes allsizes
sizes
1650 each Were 2250 and 2500 2500LOT 2500LOr 2500LOT
LOT 2 2Suifs Suite by another leading maker strictly all wool in many manyattractive manyattractive
I attractive effects all sizes
1250 each Were 1500 to 1850 1850LOT 1850LOT 1850LOT
LOT 3 3SteinBloch SteinBkxli Suits the best grades produced in a splendid splendidline splendidEne splendidline
line of the most popular cloths Plain and fancy grays stripes checks checksand checksand checksand
and many other highly highl desirable styles Made and finished in the usual usualsuperior usualsuperior usualsuperior
superior way wa for which this famous firm i is noted A complete line of ofsizes ofzc ofsizes
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2250 each Were 3000 3250 3500 3500We 3500ie
We ie offer with the foregoing suits a lot of ofMens ofMens ofMens
Mens Lightweight Overcoats OvercoatsAt
At 1250 each Were 1800 2000 2500 2500AH 2500All 2500All
All this seasons s asons goods in desirable shades of tin t n and fashionable fashionablegrays fashionablegrays fashionablegrays
grays short and medium lengths Made and finished in a firstclass firstclassmanner firstclassmanner firstclassmanner
manner All sizes sizesMala sizeslata sizesZIu
Mala ZIu SoorTMth It t t Entrance abo from Mens Forntehioe J1un Stare Stereo st F FIt FItlYIens rMens st stMens
Mens Straw Hats HatsUR HatsOUR
UR new stock of f Mens Straw Hats is splendidly complete completet
t OUR 1 We Ve call special attention att ntion to our unusually unusuall strong 200 line linewhich lincwhich linewhich
which is marked by a feature worthy worthy of note That is their theirbeing theirbdng theirbeing
= = being handblocked handblockel and handmade which hich means the saving of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the breaks and loss of shape that otherwise would appear after a little littlewear littlewear littlewear
wear wearThis This lifts them far above the grade ordinarily shown at same price priceand priccand priceand
and is deserving of your consideration Every shape shn that appears in i our ourhigherpriced ourhigherpric ourhigherpriced
higherpriced lines is among them and they the are fashioned with the ut utmost utmost atmost ¬
most care and skill skillWe skillVe skillV
We Ve V also a159 show sh n a large variety in other grades from which you are arecertain arecertain arecertain
certain of obtaining a becoming shape either for neglige or dress dressSplits dressSplits dressSplits
Splits from 150 up Soft Braids from 150 up upSennets upSennets upSennets
Sennets from from 150 up Panamas from 400 up upAlso upAlso
Also 150 a line of Fancy Fanc Hat Bands embracing all the late ideas and andcolorings andtlorings andculorings
colorings coloringsMain tloringsbin
Main bin floorF orI M MOur It ItOur S S
Our Womens Special Trimmed TrimmedHat Trimmeq TrimmeqHat TrimmedHat
Hat at 600 600UR 600O 600O
UR l PARIS organization keeps us in close touch with the latest latestvogues latestvogues latestrogues
O vogues in millinery New models are received and shown here heresimultaneously hertsimultaneously heresimultaneously
simultaneously with the Paris shops shopsWe shopsVe shopsWe
= We Ve have embodied some of these ideas in our new n w sixdollar sixdollarimdels sixdollarI sixdollarrrndels
I imdels which will be shown today toda We Vc have made an effort to torc toL tor
rc L r SoC the aheady air eady high standard of these hats and you will find nd the th col collection collection colkction ¬
lection particularly attractive and the assortment quite varied variedThere variedThere variedThere
There are styles for ali ages and for all occasions occasis and they dlC are aresmart aresmart aresmart
smart refined and elegant
600 each for choice choiceMiltoery choiceyt choiceMIU5i
Miltoery yt aeJou thcomt 1M toot Tmtth M
Summer Goods Goodsand Goodsand Goodsand
and Toys ToysJ ToysImported
J 50 Imported White Teddy HTeddyBears TeddyBears TeddyBears
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100 each ach Were WereHammocks 150 150Hammocks I5DHammocks
Hammocks HammocksCottonweae HammocksCottonwe HammocksCottimwwe
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Fancy Creamery Butter ButterComes BullE BullEComes ButterComae
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Elgin butters to be had almost any anywhere anywhare 830 ¬
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Palmers Imported Cakes Cakest in bulk bulkassorted bulkassorted bulkassorted
assorted Regularly R gl1Jarly sold at from from35c from2jC from25C
35c to 75c lb IbSpecial lbSpecial lbSpecial
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WOODWARD 0DWARDL0THROP LOTHROP LOTHROP I
INTHESOCIALIORLD INTHESOCIALIORLDAlibi IN ii THE SOCIAL WORLD ORLD ORLDAlibi
Alibi Club Entertains I Mr Mrand Miau1 Ir Irall
and all Mrs Mrs1011gWOlth Mrs1011gWOlthPLANS Loiigworth LoiigworthPLANS LongwortliPLANS
PLANS FOR THE WHITE HOUSE HOUSEPresident HOUSEIresldent HOUSEPresident
President and 3Ir Roosevelt Leave Leavefor Lenetor Lensefor
for Oyster liny IIn About June 12 12Their 1 1lhclr 12rJelr
Their Function Meanwhile Being BeingInformal DclnlIntor1l11Slhcr lining1nformcZSIler
Informal Intor1l11Slhcr Sliver Weil Wedding cl1tUng dl UK of Mr Mrand Jlraud Mranti
and Mrs Ire Henry Heur C Ilrovnilnjf IlrovnilnjfRepresentative IIronuluKRepre IlrovviiigRepreaentatlve
Representative Repre ntaUe and Mrs Irs Nicholas Long Longworth Longworth Longworth
worth who have been spending a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days at the White Home left yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon terda terdaafternoon
afternoon for their horn home in Cincinnati Cincinnatiwhere Cincinnatiwhere Cincinnatiwhere
where they the will remain until July 1 Then Thenthey Thenthe Thenthey
they the will make a trip to Alaataw A1eskaBefore A1eskaBeforelesxing Before Beforeleaving
leaving the Capital they the were siren a fare farewell tarewell farewell ¬
well supper at the Alibi Club In I street streetby streetby treetby
by friends who entertained for them themThursday tMJUThursdar theniThursday
Thursday night nightThe nlghLThe nightThe
The President Pre klent and Mrs Mn Rooaxsvttlt hav having havIn haylag ¬
lag In returned from their jaunt to their theircountry theiroountr thdrcountry
country oountr place Pine Knot expect to leave leavefor leavetor leavefor
for Oyster Bay about June 12 I It They Theyhave Theyhave Theyhive
have no Invitations out for soelal lone function tuncuon lonet1ons ¬
tion uon but while they remain hi town they theywill theywill
will 111 entertain informally informall its is I their wont wontat wontat wontat
at luncheons and dinners dinnersMr dinnersllr dinnersMr
Mr and Mrs Henry Clay Browning Drowninggave Browninggave Browninggave
gave a reception to about 003 guests last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night from SM S to WM in celebration of ofthe oCt ofthe
the t twentyfifth anniversary of their mar marriage marriage marrisge ¬
riage Among the guests were Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge Irs Irsrg8
George rg8 > 1 Pagan < aan who as Miss Jennie JennieHarvey JeanllIarve Jennieharvey
Harvey lIarve WM maid of honor at their wed wedding wedding wedding ¬
ding and Dr Percy Parc Hlckllng Hicklin who acted actedas actellas
as 3 best man Receiving with Mr and andMrs andllrs andMrs
Mrs Browning were wer Mr and Mrs frs E Eo K KSmith KSmith KSmith
Smith of Philadelphia and 3rfr lr James JamesII JamesH JatnesH
H Chenery Cttener of Virginia Vlrgtn a sister DC Mrs MrsDrowning MrsDrowning rs rsDronlng
Drowning all her houw gueeU I for the theoccasion tIMeeea8lon theeccaslon
occasion occasionThe eeea8lonTh eccaslonThe
The receiving recelln party stood In a bow bowwindow bow1Ddow bowwin4ow
window which was transformed into a averitable arUable averitable
veritable rUable bower by b the artistic arrange arrangement arranpment arranjemeet ¬
ment of pink and white honeysuckle honeysuckleflowers hOReTltUCldefiowers honeysuckle1kwers
flowers and fullblown peonies against a abackground abaetcrround abaekgrotmd
background of palms and delicate ferns fernsThe terMThe fernsThe
The same flowers owell banked nked the mantels manle and anddecorated anddecorated anddecorated
decorated the entire first floor carrying carryingout carryinout carryingout
out the color scheme of pink and green greenexcept greesexcept reea reeaexcept
except In the diningroom which was wa all allin allIn allIn
in white A buffet supper was served servedand MfedaJMI servedand
and an orchestra stationed back of a abank abank abank
bank of palms in the hallway ballwa played playedthroughout playedthroughout playedthroughout
throughout the evening Mrs Browning Browningwore Browningwore Browningwore
wore a beautiful robe of princesse and andIrteh andIrt8b andIrish
Irish point lace fashioned on simple lines linesthe JIM JIMthe linesthe
the bertha being beln outlined At the top with witha
a wreath wr ath of tiny pink roses She Sbea Si carried carrieda
a shower of white rosebuds and lilies 1111 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the valley vl y Mrs lrs Chenery gown was of ofwhite orwblte ofwhite
white tulle handsomely trimmed with withprincesse withprincease 1th 1thprlnce88e
princesse lace and Mrs Smith wore a a pat pattern pattern pattern ¬
tern gown of white lace of cluny and andduchesse andduchene andducheese
duchesse patterns Mrs ra George W Evans Evansand Eyantand Evansand
and Miss MI Nannie Oelb served punch punchMr puncblr punchIr
Mr Ir and Mrs Browning were married marriedin
in Baltimore at St Pauls Episcopal EpiscopalChurch EpillCopalChurch EpiscopalChurch
Church but have always made their theirhome theirhome theirhome
home in Washington In their interesting interestingfamily JnterestlftltamU Interestingfamily
family tamU are a four children cbUdrentw two sons 110 and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two daughters Of the boys bo Edmund Is Isthe Iathe isthe
the eldest and Powell the younger The Thetwo Thetwo Thetwo
two girls sir Blanche and Elise EU are well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The French Ambassador has received receivedword recetY6dword receivedword
word that the French squadron In com command eommaud coinmend ¬
maud of Admiral Thierry has arrived ani in mNew inNeW inNew
New York and will proceed shortly sbollI to toHampton toHampton toHampton
Hampton Roads The officers will 111 come cometo cometo cometo
to Washington June 4 and on that day dayill ciam dayIll
ill be received Yfd by the President PraId nt at the theVvMte tbeUtt theis
is VvMte Utt House The French Ambassador Ambassadorand AmbaM8dorand Ambassadorand
and Mm Mme Jusserand will in give a large Ia din dinner dinner dinncr ¬
ner In their honor June 6 TuB Tu counselor counselorof
of the French Embassy M dec Pones de dela deJa
la 1 Foam losa is expected to return here with withhis wltbbls withhis
his wife ie and daughter daupt the latter latt r i 1art < art of ofJune IttJune atJune
June before the Ambassador starts on his hisleave hilihav hisleave
leave hav M des Fortes will establish the theembassy theemy theembassy
embassy at Newport for the summer summerThe JlUflunerThe summerThe
The Brazilian Ambassador Amba or and Mme MmeNabuco oJ lms lmsNabuco me meNattooo
Nabuco and their family of interesting interestingchildren IntenllUqcblldren interestingchildren
children will WI spend the summer abroad abroadThey abroadTher abroadThey
They will leave New York for Europe EuropeJune EuropeJune EuropeJune
June 1 sailing on the St Paul Mr Vel Veltoso Yel1ollO Veiloso
toso one of toe secretaries of the embassy embassyI embassywill
I I will accompany them During Dnrl the Am Ambassadofs Ambadors Ambasesdors
bassadofs absence anee Mr Gurgd do Ama AmanU AmaraI Amaial
nU win be acting charge daffaires He Heand Hei Heand
i and Mme me do Amaral and the second e ood sec secretary secI seeretaxy ¬
I retary of the embassy and Mme Cher Chermoat Cbermoat Chermont
moat with 1th the military attache and Mme MmePederaeiraa MmeIra MinePsderoieira
Pederaeiraa Ira and the naval attache and andMme and111M andMm
Mme de Aquino will be In New York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to see the Ambassador and and Mme Nabuco Nabucooff Nabucooff abuco abucoof
off and to attend the day previous a aluncneon 8IUDtneon aluneneen
luncneon on board Admiral Adm1r Huet de deBacellars deDuellars deBacellars
Bacellars flagship which will then be beat beat beat
at New York the admiral and his rank rankIng rankIn ranklag
lag In officers being lMIn the hosts The second secondsecretary MCOOOMerttttry secondsecretary
secretary of the embassy and Mme ffi Cher Chermom Chermonte Chermoot
mom monte with their sturdy turd nttle son Jayme Jaymeor
or Jim will spend the summer at Nar Narragansett Narr8IJAQtt Narraganselt
ragansett Pier PierM Pierand PierM
M and Mme do Amaral have not yet yetformed yetformed ct ctform
formed form any definite plans ag a to their theirmovements theirmovernentll theirmovements
movements this summer summerMr SUIDJINrllr summerMr
Mr C M S Higgins second secretary secretaryof
of the British Embassy is taking a pro prolonged prolonged prolonged ¬
longed leave of absence and It te thought thoughthe thoughthit thoughthe
he will not return here hereSenator heresrtator hereSenator
Senator and Mrs I Murray Crane have haveokwed bavetheir haveciosed
okwed their house on Rhode Island ave avenue aenue ayeflue ¬
nue and gone to New Ne York After a
week weeks visit there they will go tp t their theirplace theirPlace theirP1ce
place at Dalton Mass Ia where they th s will willspend willspend 111 111apeDd
spend the summer summerMr eumnMrlr summerMr
Mr lr and Mrs Grant Watson on ware wareamong W8reamong wereamong
among the Washingtonians who went wentover wentOv wentover
over Ov r to Baltimore yesterday e terrlAy for the Horse HorseShow HoraeShow horseShow
Show where Miss Katherine Elkins by bythe b bt bythe
the t way has some fine horses hor es on exhibi exhibition exhIbition exhlbltion ¬
tion which she herself is showing Mr Mrand Mrand lr lrand
and Mrs Watson will have as their guest guestfor guestfor guestfor
for the weekend Mr B D Low of Brook Brooklyn Brooklrn Brooklyn ¬
lyn Mrs Mr Watsons brother brotherThe brotherThe brotherThe
The Cuban Minister and Mme do Que Quesada Quesada Quosada
sada and their young daughter and son sonleft sonlett sonleft
left for Europe yesterday where they theywill tM tMwill theywill
will spend the summer summerMrs lummerIrs summerMrs
Mrs Irs William A Slater who with her herfamily Mrfamll herfamily
family famll has spent the last month or so In InCalifornia InCalifornIA InCalifornia
California was 8 hostess host at a charming charmingluncheon charmingluncheon charmingluncheon
luncheon yesterday esterda at the Country Club ClubA ClubA ClubA
A round of bridge followed the luncheon luncheonAmong luncbeonAmong luncheonAmong
Among the guests were WT the Vlcomtesse de deSibour deSibour deSibour
Sibour Mrs Keep Mrs Irs Nathaniel Fran Francis Francis Francia ¬
cis and Miss Wallach Mr and Mrs lrs Slater SlaterSuggestions SlaterWedding SiaterWedding
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1107 107 Penna Avenue
and their daughter Miss Ml s Slater will leave leavetown leavotown leavetown
town In Juno for their country place at atBeverly atBevorl atBeverly
Beverly Bevorl Farms on the North Shore of ofMassachusetts ofllnsSAchusetts ofMassachusetts
Massachusetts MassachusettsMr
Mr and Mrs Arthur Le Lee who have boon boonspending bOnspondlng beenspending
spending a few days with Mrs Lees I sis sister alBter sleter ¬
ter Mrs Stephen B Biking loft yester yesterday YOBterdll yceterday ¬
day dll morning lTI rnlng for Atlantic City whore they theywill tbo tbowill theywill
will spend a month before Opening their theircountry theircountry theircountry
country place Gracelands near Elkins ElkinsW ElkinsY ifikinew
W Y Va VaMrs Vars VaMrs
Mrs rs Clifford W WIt Wlt9n lt9n m and her guest guestMm guestlImo guestMme
Mm lImo Pozet wife Of tl the Peruvian Minister Ministerto
to Panama formerly first secretary of the thePeruvian thePerU1an thePeruslan
Peruvian Legation here liar were at home homeyesterday homeye horn hornyesterday
yesterday ye terday afternoon to a number of offrlendsr oCtrlen offrlends
frlendsr trlen frlends who 00 called to welcome Mme MmePozet lImePozot MinePozet
Pozet back b ck to the Capital CapitalMme CapItal1Ime CapitalMme
Mme Sophie Radford de Metsener Metsenerwhose MetHnerWh08i Meisenorwhose
whose husband huebanjl was a former attache of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Russian Embassy BmlHut1y staff gave a lecture lecturelast JeeturelISt lecturelast
last night on the Red Crow work In Rus Russia Rusaif1 linesin ¬
sin at Linthicum Hall In Georgetown GeorgetownThe Geol1etownThe GeorgetownThe
The proceeds of thte tI thu very Interesting Interetrtlnlture lee lecture leetore ¬
ture which Is the same sea as Mme de Meiw Meiwnor Me Menor Melesnor
nor gave In New York a few weeks ago agowent qowent agowent
went jointly to the famine sufferers suerers in inRussia InRUSIJa InRusatt
Russia and to defray the church debt debtA debLA debtA
A very eq pretty affair was wa th the klrm kirme M ar arranged arranged arranged ¬
ranged for St SL Andrews Church by b Miss MissThompson MII6ThomIWn MissThompeon
Thompson last night in the pariah hall hallMme hallMme ballMrne
Mme Godoy GOdo wife of the Mexican Minis Minister Mln Mlnter Minister ¬
ter to Cuba will receive today for the thelast the thelut thelast
last time this season seasonMiss 8911OnMI8 seasonMiss
Miss MI8 Bonny Barry daughter of Mr and aadMrs udMrs andMrs
Mrs David 1d S Barry Bar will go abroad for forthe forthe forthe
the summer accompanying Mrs William WilliamIlarkiMss WUIlIAUtnarkMss 1flhiuinIlarknesg
IlarkiMss ArnOld Arn ld and Miss Ilaebel Sim Simmons Simmons Summona ¬
mons of Providence R L I when th they thoysail theysell y ysail
sail next day TueadayOwing Tu TuesdayOwing dayOvlng
Owing to the prediction of rain for to today today today ¬
day the lawn fete for the ProCathe ProCathedral ProCathedral ProCathedral ¬
dral arranged for at St Albans Church Churchtoday Churehtod Churchtoday
today tod b between tw n the hours of S and S Soclock Soclock Socleck
oclock has been postponed tpOlled until June JUIMI JUIMIIr i iMr 1Mr
Mr Ir George R Chamberlin and Miss MSsaIda W MissItla s sll1a
Ida Garges announce their marriage on onMonday OftMonda onMonday
Monday Monda May Ma IS 11 1m I New York City CityThy CityThfY CityThey
Thy will be at honM after July Jul 1 at atWest K8 K8West 100West
West lUth street New York City CityMrs C1lyIrs CityMrs
Mrs J Frank McCormick announeefl announeeflthe anftOufteflthe ansou ansouthe
the engagement of her daughter da bter Louise Louiseto
to Mr Archer Mills Traytor of this city cityThe c117Tb cityTb
The Tb wedding weddln will 11I take t k place on or about aboutJune aboutJune aboutJune
June 1 The b brId1 urMt 1 couple will 111 live It at atthe atthe atthe
the Savoy S4YO until their country home no la lacompleted IIIcompleted iscompleted
completed completedMr completedMr
Mr and Mrs Ir FreUnghuyaen Fr Uu7IieD Wagner an announce announoe announse ¬
nounce the engagement of their daughter daughterEllen dau daughterEllen hlr hlrEllen
Ellen Mae Xa to Mr Thomas M Hendrteks HendrteksThe UndrkksThe hendricksThe
The wedding will take place at the home homeof homeof homeof
of the brides bride parents Wednesday June Junelr 0 0Mr a aMr
Mr Norvel H Cobb sailed Tuesday last laston laston laston
on the Catmania for or Europe where he hewill hewilt
will 111 spend the next four months monthsThe montbaThe monthsThe
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STOCKTON RELICS GO GOCurio GOCurio
Curio Dealers from Other OtherCities OtherCities OtliciCities
Cities Attend Sale SaleNOTABLES SaleNOTABLES SaleNOTBLES
NOTABLES IN SOCIETY PRESENT PEESENTniildliu PRESENTnllldlJlJ PRESENTIllilding
niildliu Light Giving t to Ii Imtcncis of ofSiMinon ofSenllonSome ofSeasonSonic
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Ten Thousand Dollar DollarWashingtons Dollirlf DollirlfVuhlnston DollarsWashingtons
Washingtons 4W was out in force at atthe atthe atthe
the auction yesterday of the household householdeffects hou8holdeteetll householdeffects
effects of the late Frank R Stockton Stocktonthe Stocktonthe Stocktonthe
the author Sloans Gallery on G street streetwas Itr streetwas t tcrowded
was crowded morning and afternoon with withprominent withprominent 1th 1thprominent
prominent society aocl ty folk of this thl and other othercities ot othercities her hercftte
cities The sale Ie was advertised aderU ed all over overthe ortb4I overthe
the East East and many man dealers in curios curiosand curioand curiosand
and antiques from Baltimore Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadetphi ¬
phia phi and New York attended the sale saleRare saleRare saleRare
Rare old pieces of mahogany furniture furniturevaluable furniturevaluable furniturevaluable
valuable books b and works of art rare rarechina rarecblna rarechina
china curios pipes and bricabrac were weresoki wereold weresold
old at astonishing aalonl blng figures The bidding biddingwas biddingwas biddingwas
was light it was said owing to the late lateness lateof latesea ¬
ness sea of the season seasonAn MallOnAn seasonAn
An original otl nal edition of Boydells Shakes Shakespeare Sha1cesPMre Shakenpeare ¬
peare induced spirited bidding A dinner dinnerset dlnMrt dinnerset
set t of Royal Sevres porcelain por laln each piece piecedecorated piecedecorated piecedecorated
decorated with gold medallions in cream creamcenters creameentenr creamcenters
centers bordered in dark blue shading shadingto
to light relieved by b gold arabesque arabesquescrolls arabesquecrolla arabesquescrolls
scrolls also attracted wide ide attention This Thisset Thisset Thisset
set is a unique one and it ie said was waspurchased Waspure waspurchased
purchased pure baaed at the Durantun sale at the theHotel theHotel theHotel
Hotel Druot Paris It was valued at atniddiiiK atZ atlddlng
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The auction room was crowded with withprominent withpromJlMnt withprominent
prominent society men and women when whenthe WheDthe whenthe
the second sale sal of the day cia was opened openedat
at 3 oclock The bidding was wa generally generallydull generallydull generallydull
dull dull except when one of the many things thingsof thlngor thingaof
of particular rarity was put up when whenpurchasers whenpurcbuettl whenpurchasers
purchasers vied with with each other In snap snapping snapping snapping ¬
ping of fingers acera and otherwise otherwl attracting attractingthe attractingth attractingthe
the th attention of the auctioneer auctioneerEverything auetloneerEverything auctioneerEverything
Everything was conducted in a dull dullmonotone dullmonotone dullmonotone
monotone that was never varied Look Lookat Lookat Lookat
at this piece This Is one of the hand handsomest handIIOlItMt handsoonest ¬
soonest ever sold here ladies and gentle gentlemen gentlemen ntle ntlemen ¬
men Something that it is impossible to topurchase topurehue topurchase
purchase in the market today What Whatam Whatam Whatam
am I offered now What Is it Fifty Fiftyforty FIftrfort7 Fiftyforty
forty thirty twentyfive twenty t1ent ten tenStart ttnStart tenStart
Start it It gentlemen This 1n so rapid a atone atone atone
tone tone that no one has time to draw dra 1 a abreath abnatb abreath
breath watt the opening on O each cata catalogued talaIosued catalogued ¬
logued number numberIt numberhIt
hIt It Is worth f15 75 ladies and gentlemen gentlernfnWhat gentlfmfnWhat gentlemenWhat
What am I offered ered Ten Tententen ten ten wholl whollmake whollmak whoilmake
make mak It fifteen Going Goln at fifteenfif fifteenfifteen flft fifteenflteen nfir nfirteen ¬
teen I am offered fifteen I am offered offeredGentleman orr offeredGentleman red redOntkman
Gentleman over there tbereslxteen sixteen tett1 Did I hear hearsixteen htarI hearsixteen
sixteen I teen This is an outrage ladles and andgentlemen Rndftntluwn andgentlemen
gentlemen Look at It it Hold It up so it itcan itcan itcan
can be seen Sixteen sixteen slxteen8eTtnt sIxteenseventeeneighteen seventeen seventeeneighteen
eighteen over there Am I offered nine nineteen nlMteen nineieee ¬
teen teen nineteen nlnoeteen nineteen Wholl make it ittwenty Ittwenty ittwenty
twenty Twenty twenty twentptn going at twenty twentygoing twentyplar twentygoIng
going at twenty t 1entyftrat first second and last lasttime lastlIuM lastthue
time Will 1 you make It twentyone Sold Soldto Soldtotbe SoldtoThe
totbe to the lady over there t for twenty twentyXntnlilcN t twentySotnimles ty tyotnhlell
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To the spectator It seemed as if the thebidding thebiddinS thebidding
bidding was done by mutual COItle consent t or orsome orsome orsome
some unknown signal but upon close ob observation ob obaervatlOD ohnarration ¬
narration It could be seen that the th mere mereraisins mereraI8Iq mereraising
raisins of the hand handdaintily or the map oC a adaintily adaintily
daintily gloved finger caught the Imme Immediate ImmecI1ate lanmedint ¬
diate dint attention of the eagleeyed eagleeyedauctioneer ea eagleeyedauctioneer 1eeyed 1eeyedauctioneer
auctioneer and nd the offer was changed to tothe tothe tothe
the next highest figure named by him himAfter himAfter himAfter
After the crack of the hammer a uniform uniformed unlformfd uniformed ¬
ed page whose eye was as sharp as that thatof thalor thatof
of the auctioneer would get the highest highestbidders blghestbldders highestbidders
bidders card and take it to the clerk clerkwho elerkwbo clerkwho
who noted the tb sale saleIt saleIt le leIt
It Is not known what the total of the thesale 1MIe thesale
sale Ie aggregated agre ated bat it was U said that it itprobably Itprobably itprobably
probably would not run much over JM 10W 20050 20050w OB OBW
W S Stockton of Philadelphia a abrother abrother abrother
brother of the author was among the thepurchasers thepurchuers thepurchasers
purchasers as was Mrs Admiral Dewey DeweySenator Dew DeweySenator 7 7Btnator
Senator Lodge Mrs Foraker Mrs Noble NobleMiss Noblellss NobleMiss
Miss Wells Mrs A A C Barney Mm MmHnff MrsHuff ns nsHutt
Huff Admiral Kenney Admiral Endicott EndlcottCol EndicottCol EndicottCol
Col Mann Senator ManoVrson Capt CaptWigmore CapWI CaptWigmore
Wigmore WI re Col Goodloe Mrs n Tourgee TourgeeGov Tourpejv Tourgee0ev
Gov Kellogg John B Loomis Mrs MrsSarah InSarah MrsSarah
Sarah G Waters Mrs C J Train Dr DrCrtchton DrCrlebton DrCrichton
Crtchton and Prof Gallaudet GallaudetSimnlfth GaUaudLSI1Rnlh GallaudetSin
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