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Until further fur hcr notice oticc store will open at 8 130 30 a m and andc1ose close at 5 130 30 p m mEvening mEvening inEvening
Evening Footwear FootwearHE FootwearTHE
HE Social Season is upon us and the demand for Stylish Evening EveningFootwear EveningFootwear EveningFootwear
THE IT Footwear is dominant Our showing of Footwear for social socialL socialfunctions socialfunctions
L functions this year ear far surpasses that of any an past season in inpoint inpoint inpoint
point of style merit and price Included are slippers for home street streetand streetand streetand
and carriage wear also for balls operas teas weddings luncheon and andall andall andall
all evening occasions occasionsIncluded occasionsIncluded occasionsIncluded
Included arc areWomens arcVomens arcWomens
Womens Black Suede Slippers opera cut beaded toe French heel heeland heeland heeland
and high Spanish arch A very dressy dressyslipper6oo slipper slipper6oo S6oo a pair pairWomens pairWomens pairWomens
Womens Gun Metal I ctal Kidskin Slippers sailor tie style beaded and andFrench andFrench andFrench
French heel heelsoo heeloo 500 a pair pairWomens pairVornens pairWomens
Womens Patent Leather Slippers sailor tie style with plain or orbeaded orbeaded orbeaded
beaded toe and buckle buckle5oo 500 a pair pairWomens pairVornens pairSWomens
Womens Slippers of kidskin and satin in opera cut and sailor tie tiestyles tiestyles tiestyles
styles and in all the leading l arling colors colors4oo 400 and 500 a pair pairWomens pairVvomens pairWomens
Womens Plain Patent Leather Slippers opera style with French Frenchheel Frenchhcel35o Frenchheel35o
heel hcel35o 350 a pair pairWomens pairvVomens pairWomens
Womens Plain Dongola Kidskin Sailor Ties with plain toe and andCuban andCuban andCuban
Cuban heel heel35o 350 a pair pairThird pairlh1rd pair pairThM
Third floor Tenth tt t tF
F Special Value in inSquare inSquare inSquare
Square Table Cloths
A T T E HAVE just received and offer in connection with our White WhiteSale Whitev VhiteSalc
W v Sale a lot about 600 in all of Good Quality Qualityllemmed Hemmed Scotch ScotchDamask ScotchDamask
1 Damask Table Cloths Size 1 i4xi4 4XI 4x1 ft yards We V e shall all place placethese placethese placethese
these on sale this morning at the theSpecial theSpecial theSpecial
Special price 100 each eachAlso eachAlso eachAlso
Also showing a complete line of Round Pattern Cloths They Theyare Theyarecut are arecut arecut
cut round and scalloped and the designs are round Sizes 36 45 54 72 72Si
81 and 90 o inches in diameter are included includedPrices includedPrices includedPrices
Prices 225 to 51200 1200 each eachAlso eachAlso eachAlso
Also a large lot of Alllinen Towels Towelswhich which is undoubtedly the best bestvalue bestalue lstvalue
value alue we have ever offered at the price They are of heavy huckaback huckabackfine huckabackfine huckabackfine
fine huckaback hemmed huckaback and hemstitched huckaback in sizes sizes20x38 sizes2ox38 sizes20X38
20x38 21x40 and 22x40 inches inchesSpecial inchcsSpecial inchesSpecial
Special Price 25c each eachAlso eachAlso eachAlso
Also the following items in Bed Linens LinensA DiIens DiIensA iiicnsA
A lot of 600 Muslin Sheets made of o our Colonial Sheeting Shectinga Shectingastandard Sheetingastandard a astandard
standard grade good quality and heavy weight weightSize J JSize JSize
Size 54xoxinchH62c each eachSize eachSize eachSize
Size 63xgoinch 63xgoinch68c 68c each eachSize eachSize eachSize
Size Sixpoinch 8Ix9oinch7 gc c each eachSize eachSize eachSize
Size 8ix89inch 8Ix8tinch8 81x89inch88c I 88c each eachAlso eachAlso f fI fAlso
Also a small lot of Pillow Cases made from a good quality muslin muslinsize muslinsize muslinsize
size 45x36 inches
Special Price 225 dozen dozenAlso dozenAlso dozenAlso
Also 25 dozen Hemstitched Ijernstitched Muslin Pillow Cases size 45x36 il1ch il1chSpecial inches inchesSpecial inchesSpecial
Special Price 180 dozen dozenBOOM dozenSeeHtor dozenSeeod
BOOM SeeHtor Seeod floor o Bformtb st stNew to toNew
New Silk ilk Waists WaistsVERY WaistsAVERY
A VERY attractive Tailored Waist Taist is of messaline or taffeta taffetl silk silkin silkin silkI
AVERY I in small double tucks fastens in front under silk quilling high highL highcollar highcollar
L collar is tucked and finished with silk bow long sleeves with withcuffs withcuffs withcuffs
cuffs and fullness above elbow ellx > w Shown in stone taupe smoke black blackgreen blackgreen blackgreen
green reseda ashes of roses white and pale blue 650A 650 650A
A very stylish Waist is of changeable silk in clusters of pin tucks tuckswith tuckswith tuckswith
with quilling of silk to left side sid of front high collar trimmed with nar nariow narlOW narirnv
lOW bands of silk fastens in back long sleeves deep cuffs trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith trimmedwith
with narrow bands of silk with fullness above Shown in reseda bottle bottlegreen bottlegreen bottlegreen
green blue and black 575 and 600 600A 600A 6ooA
A deep Ecru Net Waist is tucked in allover pin tucks and finished finisheddown finishedlown finishediOWfl
down < front with double quilling of net edged with lace and tiny pearl pearlbuttons pearlbuttons 1earlbuttons
buttons tucked high collar fastens in back lined with silk mousseline mousselinetucked mousselinetucked moussclinetucked
tucked long sleeves finished at hand with lace edge All sizes 425 25
As a special value we offer a small lot of Waists at a special price priceThey priceIhey 2riceThey
They are made of wide cluny lace and embroidered net bandings short shortoke shortoke shortioke
ioke oke effect high collars fasten in front frontS750
S750 750 each ea h Value 8875 8875Third 5875Tbml 875 875Thkd
Third flew wt G st t
Our January Sale of ofMmSin ofMuslin ofMuslin
Muslin UndelwearTHE UnderwearI Underwear UnderwearTHE
HI White Sale includes a splendid collection of elegant imported importednovelties inportednovelties inportcdnovelties
THE I novelties in Womens Dainty French Lingerie and Bridal Sets Setsmany Setsmany Setsmany
many of which are offered at prices usually asked for the better betterclass bctterclass betterclass
class of domestic goods Models of our own personal selection wrought wroughtof
4 of the finest nainsook and French cambric combined with the most mostexquisite mostexquisitc mostexquisite
exquisite handmade tucks embroideries dainty Valenciennes cluny and andother andether andother
other rich laces lacesWe lacesrVe lacesWe
We call attention to several scverallots lots of Chemises Gowns and Drawers Drawerswhich Drawcrswhich Drawerswhich
which are offered at very attractive prices pricesAVomens pricesVomens pricesWomens
AVomens French Nainsook Gowns with low round neck and short shorttleeves shortsleeves shortsleeves
sleeves yoke handembroidered in floral sprays finished with scalloped scallopededge scallopededge scallopededge
edge and eyelets run with pink or blue ribbon ribbonI
I 195 each Were 250 250Womens 250Tomens 2507Tomens
Womens Handmade French Nainsook Gowns handembroidered handembroideredand handembroid red redand
and finished fi ished with pretty laces and ribbons ribbonsS750
S750 750 to 1200 each Were 1000 to SI800 SI800Vomens 1800 1800Womens 1800roineiis
Womens Fine French Nainsook Chemises initialed and elaborately
S200ech 200 e each ch Were 275 275Womens 275Tomens 275Womens
Womens Heavy French Percale Drawers trimmed with tucked tuckedar4 tuck tuckedar4 d dwc1
ar4 embroidery embr idery ruffles nlffiesI
I 139 and 145 pair Were g S175 S175Vomens 1751 1751Womens 175Womens
Womens French Handmade Drawers trimmed with handembroid handembroidered handembroidered handenibrojdcred ¬
ered ruffles and lace and insertion
8100 100 to 1000 pair Were 175 to 51500 51500Third 1500 1500Third 1500Third
Third floor Eleventh evnth st stWOODWARD stI stWOODWARD
British BlitishAmbassadorand Ambassador and Wife WifeGuests Wifei WifeGuests
i Guests at Dinner DinnerME DinnerI DinnerMR
Give Dinner for Thirty Young Peo People People PcoPie ¬
ple Followed by 1 Dnncc nt Rauacli RauaclierH RnulicIIersSenator IlituaclieriSenator
erH ersSenator Senator and Mr 3lrN llurrows to toEntertain toEntertain toEntertain
Entertain Vice lee President and andWife nnlIenr anitWifeMr
Wife WifeMr Ienr Mrs Foster Holds Reception ReceI3l Ion
At th the reception re < tonlsht carriage will willapproach willaPlJIClUft willappretak
approach from fr m th thtl mrtli to the east en entrance tn tntrance cntrance ¬
trance of 0 UK White Iloum aw opposite oppc > > ltc tho theTrascry thoTrealltrr thoTrMr1
Trascry Pedestrians will follow the fame fameroute rameroute amoroute
route After Aft dischcrging passengers car carrlagas carwill r rrfagos
rlagas will t 00 porkad around the Ellipse In Intho inUte Inthe
Ute White Lot LotTho LotTho LotTho
Tho paUa att will net bo open n until 9 oclock oclockTwo oclockTwo oclockTwo
Two carriages will drive under the 0 porto portocookers Orto Ortocecfttre to toco
cookers co er at the same time Coachmen will willbo
bo 1 nrovMal with nuaibfrtd checks vhiefa vhiefamist whithIMk5t mlcl1must
mist be preferred by them In order to re regain reo reoin redithzico ¬
gain in admittance to a tho groundi Guesta Guestawill GUf5 GUf5will Gu GuWill
will also ago bo tx prorldcd with tickets of Uw UwMHW thoWM theM16
MHW number as their carriages Thcsa Thcsathey Thcseth I1w8tbtr
they th sheoM cartful cuetltlly preserve vn rre in order to tooall tooaU toli
oall li their carriages which will depart d from fromUw fromthe fromU
Uw U MHO me intranco ura1K It la requested thAt tintUN thAtu thatte
UN u iae ot if carriages carrlal bo not notdeayed delayed by bypaying 111JlQf byoIg
JlQf paying oIg ftI far U the e carriage serdee at th the en entrance entrUIN entraiiee ¬
trance Carriages will in bo b colled d for by byelectric byeieetric 1 1t3ectr4c
electric sljjnaL sljjnaLAfter aljtM1After Ignoi IgnoiAltar
After lmTing cloak In the cloakroom doakroxnFM6U cloakroompeeb cloakroomgt3
FM6U are reottMtfd ttd to fall in line In tha thaooJonBflde thaoo1onMde thaOftkWAIe
ooJonBflde aad pass up UI the th main staircase staircaseThe stl staircaaeThe rcau rcauI1M
The 6QHU oItuwet vrest csto will ill be opened at 9 9p 9It
p It m CarriaieB will in approach this en entnaca entrute entrioce
tnaca by Serenteenth street itreetThe streetTb treeLThe
The Tb British Ambassador and Mrs James JamesBryee JamesBr JameaBryce
Bryce Br Ce were the guests of honor of Sena Senator SenatOr ¬
tor Du Pont of Delaware at dinner last lastevening lastevening lastevening
Mr and fll Mrs Mv lrtJ josoph JGs JosepjThropp Thropp entertaln entertalnad
ad at dinner last evSmng evSmngMr ei eviiIngMr nlng I
1 1Mr
Mr and Mrs Mr Frank B Noyes Oes Tvor wore hosts hostsat hostsat hostsat
at dinner l last at t evening entertaining thirty thirtyyoung thirtyoun thirtyyoung
young oun people followed by a danco at atRauschers atRWiCher atRauscher
Rauschers when a hundred dancers were wereasked Wir Wiraked wereasked
asked to join the dinner eue gUO8t ta t The Theguests Thugues Theguests
guests gues from the dinner parties of Mrs MrsRobert MiiRobert lrs lrsRobert
Robert Hlnckley Hlnckle Mr and Mrs lrs James JamesMarlon JamosMarlon JamesMarion
Marlon Johnston and Rear Admiral Admiraland Admiraland Admiraland
and Mrs Clover attended A buffet sup supper supper supper ¬
per was e srvod red during the evening The Theguests ThegUMt Theguests
guests at this dance which Is one of a aseries aseries aseries
series being given by the parents of the thebuds tbebuds thebuds
buds of this season were f from rom among the thedebutantes thedebutftntes thedobutantes
debutantes of a 8 small circle and their
dancing attendants with a 0 company clmpnn of ofchaperones otchaperones ofchaperones
chaperonesSonator chaperonesSenator chaperones chaperonesSenator
Senator and Mrs J C Burrows s will willentertain willentertain willentertain
entertain the Vice President and Mrs MrsSherman MrsSherman lr lrSherJ1Uiln
Sherman at dinner on February 4 4Mrs 4Irs 4Mrs
Mrs Irs John W Foster had a 0 large and andbrilliant andbrilliant andbrilliant
brilliant reception yesterday afternoon afternoonand afternoonaIKI terMon terMon8Itd
and had with her he Mrs Irs Henry Hoor S Well Welleonie Welleome Vellcome
come at England En 1and who with Mr 2 Well Welleotne Welleomo VeUCOlll
eotne COlll IB spending a fow weeks at the theNew theNew theNew
New Willard TVillwdMrs WillardVIrEo WillardMrs
Mrs Alexander Ale > and r wife of Representative RepresentativeJoshua RepresentativeJotIhu RepresentatIveJoshua
Joshua W V Alexander of Missouri and andMrs andlrs andMrs
Mrs Norman Richard Jenner will receive receiveOR rocelveo receiveOR
OR o Tuesdays January 28 I February S and andFebruary andFebtuiry andFebruary
February 22 2 at 1110 Rhode Island avenue avenueBrig aveDueBrig avenueBrig
Brig G Jon n and aDd Mrs Arthur rthur Murray Murraywho Murraywho Murraywho
who went to Old Point Comfort last Fri Friday Friday FrIdy ¬
day to attend the reception and dance dancegiven dancetven dancegiven
given tven in their honor by the Artillery ArtillerySchool ArtlUerrSchool ArtillerySchool
School last Saturday evening cvenln returned to toWashington toYaabington tolvaoldngton
Washington yesterday morning mornln They Theyhad Theyhad Theyhad
had with them Miss 1i8 Murray elurra Miss Caro Carolyn Carolyn Carelyn ¬
lyn Murray Miss Carol Newberry daugh daughter daughter daughtsr ¬
ter of the former Secretary of the Navy Navyand Navyand Navyand
and Miss Annie Irwin daughter of Com Commander Commander Cornmander ¬
mander Irwin IrwlnMr IrwinMr IrwinMr
Mr and Mrs nil Westinghouse Ye tlnghoUfic entertained entertainedat
at dinner Sunday evening at Solitude Solitudetheir Solitudetheir Solltudetheir
their Plttsburg home In honor of Lady LadyEvans Lad LadEvans LadyEvans
Evans and her daughter Miss Frances FrancosEvans FrancesEvans FrancesEvans
Evans of England En land Lady Evans and her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter are the house guests of Mr eIr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs George Westinghouse Westln houso jr In Murt Murtland Murtland llurtland
land avenue Pittsburg Mr and Mrs MrsWestlnghouse MraWestlnhou MrsWestinghouse
Westinghouse Westlnhou e hosts at dinner Sunday Sundayleft Sunda Sundaleft Sundayleft
left Pittsburg yesterday for New York YorkMr York YorkMr YorkMr
Mr and Mrs R M Flelschman wilFen wilFentertain wUrentertaln wllrentertain
tertain at dinner this evening in honor of oftheir orth81r oftheir
their twentyfifth wedding anniversary anniversaryMrs anniversaryMrs anniversaryMrs
Mrs E Hope Slater who Is In Cairo Cairoand Cairoand Cairoand
and has hli in her party Miss l1ss Gwynn of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city entertained at dinner during the theChristmas theChristmas theChristmas
Christmas holidays holidaysMrs holldasllrs holidaysMrs
Mrs David Porter was a hostess of yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon at tea Her He guests wore woreasked woreaske1 woreaska1
asked to meet Mrs Sydney S dnoy Cloman wife wifeof wleof 1e 1eor
of Capt Cloman military attache of the theAmerican UeAmerkan toAmerican
American Embassy Emba5 in London
The Rev Samuel S SLaws Laws and wife willbe willbe will willbe
be at home ITS Q street northwest to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow from 3 to 10 oclock to receive receivetheir receivetheir receivetheir
their friends on tho fiftieth anniversary anniversaryof annlversar annlversarof
of their marriage assisted by Miss Lucile LucileWilkinson LuclleWilkinson LucileWilkinson
Wilkinson Miss U5B Belle Wills and Mrs MrsDr MrsDr IIrsDr
Dr J W 1 Spencer No cards cardsMiss cardsMiss cardsMiss
Miss Huxford has cards out for a a tea teaFriday teaFrida teaFriday
Friday Frida January 21 to meet Mrs Ring Ringfrom Ringfrom Ringfrom
from 5 until 7 oclock at the Albemarle AlbemarleMme AlbemarleMme AlbemarleMme
Mme de Lagercrantz wife of the Min Minister ll1nIster Mm Mmister ¬
ister from Sweden was hostess at tea teayesterday teacsterdIlY teayesterday
yesterday afternoon Sho was assisted assistedby assistedby assistedby
by the Countess Moltke wife of the theMinister theMinister theMinister
Minister from Denmark and Baroness BaronessPreuschen BaronessPreusehen BaronessPreusehen
Preusehen wife of the naval attache of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the AustroHungarlan Embassy who pre presided presided presided ¬
sided at the tea table tableMrs tableMrs tableMrs
Mrs Meyer and Miss flss Alice Meyer wife wifeand wifeand wifeand
and daughter of the Secretary tot or the theNavy theNa theNavy
Navy Na left yesterday esterda for Boston to at attend attend attend ¬
tend the wedding today of their relative relativeMiss relativeMiss relativeMiss
Miss Julia Appleton Tuckerman daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter of Mrs Charles S Tuckerman of ofBay ofBar ofBay
Bay State road and Mr Louis Le Bour Bourgeois Bourgeois Bourgeols ¬
geois Chapin Yale 05 j Mr Ir Chapins Chaplnspresent Chapinspresent Chapinspresent
present home is in Kensington square squareLondon squareLondon squareLondon
London He Is the son of Mr and Mrs MrsRobert MrsRobert MrsRobert
Robert 4W V Chapin Adele Le Bourgeois Bourgeoisof
of New York Miss Julia Chapin is a asister asister asister
sister Mr 11 R D Alsop of Brooklyn Brooklynwill Brooklynwill I Iwill
will be the best man manMiss manMISS I
Miss Slice Meyer Ie e will be a bridesmaid bridesmaidwith bridesmaidwith bridesmaidwith
with Miss Madeleine Appleton one of the theprominent theprorninen I IPfomlnen
prominent debutantes of the winter both bothcousins bot1cousins
cousins of the brideelect Miss Adelaide AdelaideJackson AdelaideJackson AdelaideJackson I
Jackson the president of the Vincent VincentClub VincentClub
Club and Miss Ruth Nickerson of Ded Dedham Dedham Dedham
ham Miss Tuckermans sister Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles I
Charles Gait Fitzgerald of Baltimore is isto isto I Ito
to be matron of honor Mr John Appleton AppletonTuckerman AppletonTuckerman AppletonTuckerman
Tuckerman will give his sister away awayJohn aware1ohn awayJohn
John Chapin of Boston a cousin cousinCharles cousinCharles cousinCharles
Charles P Greenough second Harvard Harvardalso Hl1lardOCi
OCi O also of Boston Francis R Appleton Appletonjr
jr a relative of the brideelect Paul PaulChapn PaulChapin PaulCisapln
Chapn Lydig l dlg Hoyt Yale 06 Chalmers ChalmersWood Chalmersrood ChalmersWood
Wood rood jr Columbia 05 and D DP P B BMarshall BllarshaU BMarshall
Marshall of New York and Francis Francisf
Tuckerman Parker of Salem will be the theushers theushers theushers
ushers There Is to bo a a family breakfast breakfastafter breaktnstnIter breakfastafter
after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Chapin Chaplnwill Chapin1l1 Chapinwill
will 1l1 live In London LondonMrs London11rs LondonMrs
Mrs A C Barney entertained at lunch lunchcon lunchcon I Icon
con yesterday In honor of 0 Mr and Mrs MrsEdmund I IEdmund I IEdmund
Edmund Pondleton of Montpoller Manor ManorMd ManaMd ManorMd
Md Tho guests g estg Included Dr and Mrs MrsThomas MrsThomas MrsThomas
Thomas M Chatard Mr and Mrs Perry PerryBolmont PerryDelmont PerryBelmont
Belmont Dr and Mrs A F Magruder MagruderMrs MagruderMrs MagruderMrs
Mrs Hunt Slater A Rustem Bey the theTurkish theTurldsh theTurkish
Turkish charge daffaires Gen Buchanan BuchananDr BuchananDr BuchananDr
Dr Bovee and Jack Slebert SlebertMiss SiebertMiss SlebertMiss
Miss Julia Rogers daughter of Rear RearAdmiral Rea ReaAdmiral RearAdmiral
Admiral Rogers will arrive in Washing Washington Woshlngton Washington ¬
ton today to be the guest ofMrs George GeorgeMerrill Georgel1err1I1 GeorgeMerrill
Merrill of 1717 K street Miss Rogers Rogerscomes Rogerscomes Rogerscomes
comes to Washington directly from New Newport Newport Newport ¬
Mrs Arthur Rnmsay entertained at tea teayesterday tenOiIterd teayesterday
yesterday OiIterd Y afternoon afternoon at Calumet Place in inhonor Inhonor inhonor
honor of Mrs Daniel Lothrop of Con Concord Concord Concord ¬
cord Mass and Mrs Burrows wife of ofSenator orenator ofenator
Senator enator Burrows from Michigan Mrs MrsCarter MrsCarter MrsCarter
Carter wife of Senator Carter from fromMontana fromMontann fromMontana
Montana assisted In receiving Mrs MrsLothrop MrsLothrop MrsLothrop
Lothrop whose pen name is Margaret MargaretSidney MargaretSI MargaretSidney
Sidney SI < 1ne gave an informal talk on the in inspiration Inspiration inspiration ¬
spiration of The Five Little Peppers and andHow anlHow an1how
How They Grew and of her work of offorming orormln offorming
forming ormln the Children of the American AmericanRevolution AmericanRevolution AmericanRevolution
Revolution RevolutionMrs RevolutionMrs RevolutionMrs
Mrs Lothrop wore oro a a gown of black lace laceover Inceover laceover
over white satin with a black velvet hat hattrimmed hattrimmed hattrimmed
trimmed In French embroidery and white whiteplumes whiteplumes whiteplume
plumes Mrs Burrows spangled net over overblue overblue overblue
blue silk with a black hat and blue blueplumos blueplumas blueplumes
plumes Mrs Irs Carter taupe velvet with a ahat ahnt ahat
hat to match Mrs Ramsay Grecian cos costume costume costume ¬
tume of green silk with gold trimmings trimmingsMisa trimmingsMI56 trimmingsMiss
Miss Margaret Lothrop > throp daughter of the thewriter thewrite thewriter
writer green chiffon velvet with a n large largeblack largeblack largeblack
black hat and white plumes and Miss MiesHarriet 11118Harriet MissHarriet
Harriet Beeler of Kansas ansas who poured pouredtea pouredtea pouredtea
tea blue velvet trimmed in gold lace laceMiss lace11lss laceMiss
Miss Beeler who graduated from Fair Fairmont Falrmoot Fairmont ¬
mont Seminary last spring is tho guest guestof gue guestof t tof
of Mrs Ramsey The decorations were in inpink Inpink inpink
pink and green greenMrs creenMrs greenMrs
Mrs Palmer and Miss Eleanor Palmer Palmerwife Pal Palmerwife me mewife
wife and daughter of Representative A AMitchell Aimch AMitchell
Mitchell imch n Palmer of Stroudsburg Pa en entertained entertained ontertained ¬
tertained at luncheon yesterday 8IItordll > at the theArlington theArlington theArlington
Arlington where they Ire spending the theseason these theseason
season se son Their Th lr guests were Mrs James JamesBreck JsmesBreck JamesBreck
Breck Perkins who of Representative RepresentativePorkins RelX0S6ntaUvePork RepresentativePerkins
Perkins Pork Ins of New York Mrs Herbert HerbertWadsworth HerbertTadsworth HerbertWadsworth
Wadsworth Mrs Henry St George Tuck Tucker Tucker Tuckor ¬
er Mrs Irs Charles Ayer of Boston Miss MissMorgan MissMorgan UillSIorgan
Morgan and Miss 1111I8 Eno of New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The decorations were ere all In pink and andgreen andreen andgreen
green reen Mrs Irs Palmer and her daughter daughterhave daughterhave daughterhave
have rejoined the Congressional circle circlein cfrcJiIn eircI eircIi
in i Washington after an absence anco of about aboutfour aboutfour aboutfour
four years ean Mr Palmer luring been rt rtelectod reelected raelected
elected to Congress Con ff after aft < < a retirement of ofseveral Ofloeral Ofseveral
several years yearsMisa yearsMiss ean eanfIllS
Miss fIllS Isabel Clarke daughter of Mrs MrsMatthew MrsMatthew In InMatthew
Matthew W Clarke entertained at a abridge abridge abridge
bridge party and tea to yesterday td afternoon afternoonat
at tho Connecticut for her he sisterinlaw sisterinlawMrs I sisterinlawMrs aterlnJawMrs
Mrs George W V Clarke of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaMr Ponnil8nlr
Mr r and Mrs Clarke are visiting the for formers formors formors ¬
mors mother and sister ter In their apart apartment apartInent apartment ¬
Mrs A M Blair returned to Wfcshing Wfcshington Wsh1ngton shtn shtnton < <
ton Sunday after a visit of a week In her herformer herformer herformer
former home St St Louis where she enter entertained enterta1nod entertthod ¬
tained at luncheon and dinner every day dayduring dayduring dayduring
during her visit Mrs Blair was one of ofthe orHI ofthe
the HI organizers orga I rs and for thirteen years yearspresident yeanpre yearspresltont
president pre l ont of the Morning Choral of St StLouis StLou StLouis
Louis Lou an organization of IX I women womensingers womensingers omen omensingers
singers supported aupperte by associate member membership Inenbrship membership ¬
ship numbering about 90X 1Q She has been beenone beenon beenon
one on of the leading figures bQr In tile ie progress progressof prO progressof 68 68ot
of music muc in the United States and aid Is Iscontinuing l lconUnwn8 iscontinuing
continuing the work in conducting two twoof twoot twoof
of the most prominent organizations in inWashington InWashlnston inWashington
Washington the Rubinstein Club com composed comor cornposed ¬
posed of eighty of the leading women womenchoir wom womenchoir n nchoir
choir soloists and of the Monday Morn Morning Mornlag Iorn IornIns ¬
Ins Club composed e mpcM6d of thirtyfive singers singersIn atnersIn
In the smartest smarte t social circles circlesMr circlesdr circlesMr
Mr dr John H Holt will entertain the theDistrict thtDlatriet theDistrict
District Alumni Association Aa oclUon of the Alpha AlphaTau AIph AIphTau AlphaTau < <
Tau Omega Fraternity with 1th a a smoker at athis athis athis
his apartments in the Ontario on UM UMevening tileovenlnt theevening
evening of Monday January 24 24HECEIVER 31REbElVER 24REbEIVER
S Dunn Lincoln Files Petition for forUnion forUnion forUnion
Union Station Builder BuilderS unler unlerS
S Dana Lincoln a a creditor of the Mc McDsrmott Mermott McDOrflOtt
Dsrmott rmott Construction Contru Uon Company a New NevrJersey NcWJ NewTrsey
Jersey J r ey corporation with principal offices officesin oflleesInClunden officesin
in InClunden Camden N J yesterday filed a peti petition petition potition ¬
tion for a receiver receilr for the th company companyThe eomp companyThe ft ftThe
The petitlonerxwas petitioner WAI himself appointed appointedreceiver appointedreceiver appointedreceiver
receiver in bonds of JWOCQ IOOCl Porclval M MBrown MBrown I IDrown
Brown Is attorney for or the petitioner The TheMoDcrmott ThellcDermott TheMcDermott
McDermott company built the Union UnionStation UnionStation UnionStation
Station StationThe StationThe StationThe
The Great Falls and nd Old Dominion Rail Hallway Railway Railway ¬
way Company was yesterday made de defendant defendant dofendant ¬
fendant In a suit for damages of 510 ZlOdOO ZlOdOObrought 10 00 00brought OObrought
brought by Robert A Dixon whose wife wifehe wifehe wifehe
he alleges was seriously Injured when whencrushed whencrushed hen hencrushed
crushed by a crowd at the Great Falls Fallsstation Fallsstation Fallsstation
station August 25 1 llO 1O7 7 It Is alleged Mrs JlrsDixons MrsDixons lrL lrLDixons
Dixons injuries were due to the failure of oftha otthe ofthe
the company to provide proper lights on onthe onthe onthe
the station platform and proper em employes employes employes ¬
ployes to assist passengers The suit Is Isbrought isbrought isbrought
brought through Attorneys Attorne 5 Leonard J JMather JIAUtcr JMather
Mather and John P McMahon McMahonBrunoyHelnze MeMahonBrunqHelnze IcIAhonBrunqHelnze
BrunqHelnze and Julius Helm each yes yesterday yesterday es esterda ¬
terday terda brought suit against the Wash Washington Washington ash ashington ¬
ington Railway and Electric Company to torecover torecover torecover
recover damages of sseco 5000 for Injuries re received received received ¬
ceived in being thrown from a a car at atChesapeake atChesapeake atChesapeake
Chesapeake Junction last summer The Theplaintiffs TheplainUrcs Theplaintiffs
plaintiffs are represented by Edwin C CDutton CDutton CDutton
Dnnce nt Elks Elle Club ClnljMore ClubMore ClubMore
More than 150 couples thronged the thespacious thespacious thespacious
spacious ballroom of the Elks Club last lastnight lostnight lastnight
night at a dance given for the benefit benefitof benefitor benefitor
or the th library committee The hall was wasdecorated wasecorat wasdecorated
decorated ecorat d with palms and flngs A section sectionof sectionoC sectionof
of tho Marine band furnished music musicRoceptloiufor musicRectptloJI musicReceptIon1or
Roceptloiufor RectptloJI nr Retiring Official OfficialTho OffleinlTho OfficialThe
Tho Nebraska State Association will willgive wllIglvo willgive
give a farewell reception to Mr M and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Alfred P Woods tonight In the theXormandlo theNormandle theNormandie
Xormandlo annex anne Mr Woods recently recentlyretired receJltlyretired recentlyretired
retired from the Department of Agricul Agriculture Agriculture Agriculturo ¬
ture to accept the position of dean of the theMinnesota theMinnesota theMinnesota
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Eyelet and French design d sign for a I medium mediumsize isedlumiizc
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The Washington asbtn ton Herald HeraJ Washing Washington Was Washington tng tngton ¬
Prominent Woimit om Nt Speak Sl nk nt Patri Patriotic lntrlotic IntrIcUe ¬
otic Mass IIlll lnsa Meetin MeetinMembers Meeting MeetingMembers IectfnJolombera
Members of the twentyeight twentYei < < ht chapters chaptersrepreeentirtK chptnarepre chaersrepresenUng
repreeentirtK repre enUnl the Daughters of the Amer American AmerIcan Artierlean ¬
ican Revolution In the District assembled assembledat a embled embledAt
at UM Arlington last evening evenln < < for their theirannual thIraanual theirannual
annual patriotic muss meeting meetin < < post postponed postponed postpotted ¬
poned from last month monthIn monthIn monthIn
In the absence owing to a a recent be bereavement Mre8vement bereavament ¬
reavement ot Mrs Delia Graeme Smallwood Smallwood Small Smallwood
wood State reseat re ent tho State vice re reKent refsnb regent
Kent fsnb Mrs Irs Ida II lL MatUagly presided presidedAddresses pretP presidedAddresses ed edAddrelSft
Addresses were made by Mrs rs Matthew MatthewT
T Scott president pre tdent general X eneral MRl Mrs Irs Charles CharlesW Cbari Cbarir CharlesW
W r Brown Mrs Irs Clara Baker Smith and andMrs andllrs andMrs
Mrs Daniel Lothrop of Massachusetts Massachusettsfounder XusachuettsCounder Massachusettsfounder
founder of the Children of the American AmericanRevolution AmarlcanReolutlon AmericanRevolution
Revolution RevolutionThe ReolutlonThe RevolutionThe
The question of child labor was con considered COIIsidered eonsidered ¬
sidered by Mrs frs Ellen Spencer M Mchairman Yua Muesey Mueseychairman e echairman
chairman of the child labor committee committeeand mmlttee mmltteeand mmItteeand
and Dr A J McKelway IcKelwa secretary for forthe forthe forthe
the Southern States child labor commit committee committee ¬
tee Addresses were also made mll by Mrs MrsGlelow lIrsGielow MrsGielow
Gielow of tho Southern Education Asso Association Assoctltion AssocItion ¬
ciation and Mrs Morgan D Lewis els The Thereport Thereport Thereport
report of the committee on playgrounds playgroundswas
was presented by Mrs Irs Maud Ethel while whileMrs whileMrs hlle I Ilr5
Mrs lr5 Com Bacon Foster addressed the theassemblage theassemblage theassemblage
assemblage on the Importance of o mark markIng marklug I IIng
Ing spots of historic interest Miss Edna EdnaSheehy EdnftSheehy EdnaSheehy
Sheehy san sang ng a solo sotoResolutions soloR soloResolutions
Resolutions R OlutJons of condolence to the State Stateregent StatErgent Stateregent
regent Mrs lrs Smalhvood Smt l wood presented by byMrs byIrs byMrs
Mrs Irs Flora A Lewis were ere unanimously unanimouslyadopted unanlmousl unanlmousladopted unanimouslyadopted
adopted adoptedSETH adoptedSETH
President Acts In Defiance of the theSoath theSonth theSouth
South Dakota Dnl otn Senator SenatorCapt ScnntorCapt SenatorsCapt
Capt Seth Bullock of Deadwood hero heroof heroof heroof
of the plains and intimate friend of Col ColRoosevelt CoIRooscelt CoLRoosevelt
Roosevelt was yesterday 8terday renominated renominatedfor
for another fouryear fourea term as United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States marshal for fo the district of South SouthDakota South1 South1Dakota j jDftkota
Dakota The fact that the South Dakota DakotaSenators DakotaSenators DakotaSenators
Senators Gamble and Crawford were op opposed opposed opposed ¬
posed to the appointment of Capt Bul Bullock Bullock Bullock ¬
lock had no weight with the President PresidentSome PresidentSome PresidentSome
Some months ago Mr Taft promised promisedCol promisedCot promisedCol
Col Roosevelt that if his old friend Seth Sethwanted Sethwanted I Iwanted
wanted to hold his job as marshal he hewould hewould I Iwould
would be recommissioned Messrs Gamble Gambleand Gambleand I Iand
and Crawford opposed Bullock on the theground theground i iground
ground that that as a things now stood tho thomarshal themarshal j jmarshal
marshal might be opposed oppo ed to Senator SenatorGamble SenatorGamble 1 1Gnmble
Gamble when he came up for reelection reelectionthree reelectionthree i ithree
three years tmrs hence henceBullock henceBullock henceBullock
Bullock was asked to take the oath of ofallegiance ofnJleglllnce ofallegiance
allegiance to Gamble but he refused to tobe tobe tobe
be sworn would not make any promises promisesas
as to what he would do in politics three threeyears threeears threeyears
years ears from now and from this position positionhe poslllonhe positionbe
he refused to recede recedeImpressive recedeI recedeImprcl
3 3Impressive I
Impressive Imprcl llh Total In the Xcw Xe ew York YorkLlfeH YorkIHes YorkLifes
LlfeH Annual Report ReportThe RClJOrtThe ReportThe
The New York Life Insurance Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany is the first among the great Insur Insurance Immrance insurance ¬
ance companies to publish a statement statementof
of Its business for 19C9 Speaking in inround Inround inround
round numbers the company has two twothousand twothousand twothousand
thousand million dollars 200250227 of ofinsurance ofinsurance ofInsurance
insurance In force assets a88 ts to the amount amountof amountof amountof
of six hundred millions 5 i 89 708285 7OS 0828 an anIncome anIncome anincome
Income during the year of one hundred hundredmillions hundredmillions hundredmillions
millions 101150213 exclusive of Increase IncreaseIn
In book value of ledger assets It paid paidfifty paidfifty paidfifty
fifty millions 61390221 to topollc toVPOI1CY policy hold holders holders holders ¬
ers and wrote new business to the theamount theamount theamount
amount of one hundred and fortysix fortysixmillions fortysixmillions fortysixmillions
millions jy6OWiW J46iHO4DO 14f01O4 The company re reduced reduced reduced ¬
duced Its expense rate on both new and andold andold andold
old business The New York is now the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest company of its kind in the world worldand worldand orld orldand
and Is doing the largest annual business businessNearly bU8inessNear hueinessNearly
Nearly Near all ll Items show ant an increase ineasethose n rcase rcasethose r rthose
those of 1SOS
Board of Trades Executive ExecutiveCommittee Executive ExecutiveOlnmittee Executivecommittee
Committee committee H holds olds Meeting MeetingWOULD MeetingWOULD I eeting eetingWOULD
Approves Appointment of Congrca CongrcaAionnl Conaresonol Congreslonnl
Aionnl onol Committee niul Pledge Aid Aidto Aidto Aidto
to Project IJrnJectUrJeH VrKcH Appointment AttJlo Apjiolntnieit ntmcut of ofTwo ofTVi I I1wu
Two TVi tt CadctN to ii Went Nt Point from fromthe frontthe j jthe
the District of C Colombia ColombiaRoutine ColumbiaRoutine luhlu
I IRoutine
Routine matters of Interest wore dma disposed dmaposed ¬
posed 0500 of at the monthly meeting of the theexecutive theexecutive theexecutive
executive committee of the Washington WashingtonBoard WalihlngtonBoard WashingtonBoard
Board of Trade yesterday as follows followsTho followsTho followsThe
Tho appointment of a a special Congros Congressional Congrosalonal Congrosatonal ¬
atonal committee to Investigate the cost costof costot costof
of living wa Waif commended and the he SUD SUDJect SUDJect soDJect
Ject referred to the committee on law lawwith lawwith lawwith
with th the sucso sU suggestion OIIUon tlon that a special com committee commltt88 cornmittee ¬
mittee be appointed to aid said Congres Congressional Congressional Congrosslonal ¬
sional committee committeeThe committeeTbe committeeThe
The present method of purchasing gov government go gornment government ¬
ernment supplies was considered the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point being that many outoftown con concerns concern concern ¬
cern and small sm 1l dealers are ofttimes suc succenful suceeuCut succeesful
cenful bidders thus causing a delay in inthe Inthe
the delivery of supplies The entire mat matter matt mattot ¬
tot t 1 wa w referred to the committee on In Induatrtal intlutrlal ittdustrial
duatrtal Interests Interc ta for report reportVnntK leportVnntlll reportVants
VnntK Two Cadets in District DistrictSenate DistrIctSenate DistrictSenate
Senate bill 4 4Pit > W providing lXovldlni for the ap appointment appointment appointment ¬
pointment of two cadets from tho Dis District District Dietrict ¬
trict of Columbia to the United State StateMilitary Ststeelllltary StatesMilitary
Military Academy at West Point was wasapproved wasapproved IUS IUSapproed
approved and Its passage passa urged urgedA urgedA urgedA
A communication was read stating gtatin that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the commissioners eomml 8loner on uniform laws la1 have haveprinted baveprinted haveprinted
printed in one volume the final drafts draftsof draWsof draftsof
of the uniform sates S81 s act the uniform uniformtransfer uniformtransCer uniformtransfer
transfer of stock tock act th the uniform nego negotiable negotiable a ego egotiable ¬
tiable Instruments act the uniform ware warehouse warehouse are arehoule ¬
house receipts rec tpts act and the uniform bills billsof billsor billsof
of lading act actA BeLA actA
A communication from the National NationalHardware NationalHarotare NationalHardare
Hardware Association requesting the theBoard tbeBoard theBoard
Board to adopt resolutions in opposition oppositionto
to the tabllshment < of a parcels post postwa posta postwas
wa was a read rM and action deferred deferredCommittee dererredCommittee deferredCoitiruittee
Committee on Taxation Mccta McctaThe McetThe
I IThe
The initial meeting of the committee on ontaxation ontaxation ontaxation
taxation and assessment was held at 345 iU 543clock I Ioclock Ioclock
oclock clock the chairman Cot George Trues Truesdell Truesdell I Idell
dell presiding Mr Hopewell H Dar Darnettle Dtirnettle Darnettle
nettle was elected secretary of the com committee committee corninittee ¬
mittee The chairman was authorized to toappoint toappoint toappoint
appoint such uch subcommittees from time timeto timeto timeto
to time as h he may deem necessary Sen Senate Senate Senate ¬
ate bill No 3MO m and House bill No I 134 13374 13374known 74 74known 4 4known
known as the Judson financial bill was wasstrongly wasIItron wasstrongly
strongly IItron y Indorsed and early action there thereon thereon thereon ¬
on by 1 the full Board of Trade urgently urgentlyrecommended urgntlyrecommended urgentlyrecommended
recommended recommendedSenate recommendedSenate recommendedSenate
Senate Bill No 4Cf 4S to authorize the thesurveyor tbesurveyor thesurveyor
surveyor of the District of Columbia to i
adopt a a system of designating land in inthe Inthe inthe
the District now in force in the office officeof officeoC officeof
of the assessor a8Sea 8r was referred to tt t a sub subcommittee subcommittee subcommittee ¬
committee consisting of William F Mat MatUngty Mattingly Iat IattiD
tingly tiD ty and H L Rust for consideration considerationand oonslderatlona considerationand
and a d report back to the committee committeeThe committeeThe
The committee will be granted a hear hearing hearID hearlug ¬ I
lug ID at the first iir meeting I etln of the full Board Boardof BOArdOf Boardof
of Trade The committee adjourned to tomeet toznet
meet a again gallon Oft Saturday at 2ff p m m3IoVtIiiK mle inMeetings 1
3IoVtIiiK Meetings le tlnJ1II to Re Held HoldOaHs HeldC1i
OaHs 0 for the following commuted meet meetings meet1aJ8 meetla ¬
ings la have n been beeaTueeday issued issuedTuesday issuedV issuedTuesday
Tuesday January 13 4 p to m mPublic mPublicorder mPublicorder Public Publicorder
order Walter alter A Brown chairman chairmanTuesday e chairmanTuesday 8irman 8irmanToaday
Tuesday January IS S p m mPublic mPublichMlth mPublichealth Public Publichealth
health Dr Hickling Hicklln chairman chairmanWednesday c1u chairmanWethiesday rmaa rmaaWedfesda
Wednesday Wedfesda January It 4 JO = p m mCommittee mCommittee inCommittee
Committee Qn universities uDIerSoIU William H HSingleton HSlnJdetoo HSlnaleton
Singleton chairman chairmanThursday chalrIBRnThursday chairmenThursday
Thursday January 36 416 4 = 1i p pV m mCbarl mCbarltie nCharities Chari Charities ¬
tie ties < < and corrections eorreeU G W r F Swartzell Swartzellchanman Swartzen Swartzenchairman Swartzellchairman
chairman chanmanFriday chairmanFriday chairmanFriday
Friday January Januar 21 1 4 p m mStreets mStreetsand mStreetsand Streets Streetsand
and avenues William mlam G Henderson Hendersonchairman HeIM1 Hesslersonchairman erOn erOnchalrnaft
chairman chairmanV
V William II Heist Dead DeadSerial nendto Deadndsl
Serial ndsl to The WMhingtui WMh IIdJD Herald IfewldWftichester JIeaIdYh1Cbester HeraldVnchester
Wftichester Vnchester Va Jan 17 liYessa 17Messages Messages es re received recehed recIved ¬
ceived in Winchester Wln n ter today from Spring Springfield Sprln Sprlnfield Springfield ¬
field Ohio announce the tb death of Wil William William Vil Villiars ¬
liam H Heist a former resident re klent of Win Winchester Winchester Winchester ¬
chester and brother of George Heist Heistagent Histagent Heistagent
agent and treasurer of the thi th old Win Winchester Winchester Winchester ¬
chester and Potomac Railroad Mr err Heist Heistwas Heistall Heistus
was all ninetyone years of age and was the theoldest theoldest theoldest
oldest Odd Fellow in th the West rOt joining joiningthe joiningthe joiningthe
the order seventy years ears ago agoLargest AgOLargest agoLargest
Largest Morning Circulation CirculationSONG CirculationSONG
THE BEAUTY SPOT 30c 30oWe 30ce
We e have the complete mu music music music ¬
sic for piano or orchestra for forboth forboth forI
I both these productions productionsDROOPS productionsDROOPS preductionsn
ll Stoinway and other Pianos PianosG
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for Dinners Dinnersand Dinnersand Dinnersand
and Luncheons LuncheonsDont LuncheonsDont LuncheonsDont
Dont continue to have the thesame thesame thesame
same old things Make Makeyour Makeyour Hakeyour
your menu distinctive and andenjoyable andenjoynbl andenjoyabk
enjoyable by selecting the edi edibles edibles cdibles ¬
bles from our stocks of RARE RAREDAHTTIES RAREDAllfTIESdelicacies RAREDAINTIESdelicacies
DAHTTIES DAllfTIESdelicacies delicacies not ob obtainable obtainable obtamable ¬
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CTServe our our hlciul of Java anil anilMoiiha unilMocha mclIochn
Mocha Cortee ColTetthc the finest grown grownll JVSc JVScIII
III ll Fresh roasted dally IInl1 on the thepremises theprcml4cs thepremises
premises premisesG prcml4csG premisesG
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Grocers and Importers
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button holes holt > s or buttons missing when whenwe whenwe whenwe
we do your our laundry laundr work workand workCOLLARS workCOLLARS
and andCUFFS CUFFS 11 I2CjSHIRTS 2 I SHIRTS SHIRTSSpreads 1 iuC iuCSpreads 0 C CSpreads I
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artistic arrange arrangement arrangenient 5 5merit
merit of cut flow flowers flowers flowcrs
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in ill vases bowls bo s Adjusting Adjustingjars Adjustingjars Adjustingjars
jars c for the decoration of ofthe ofthe ofthe
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the house
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Wire Flower Holders HoldersAlso
Also various sizes of wire wirescreens wl8screens wirescreens
screens made to fit over the tops topsof topsof topsof
of vases bowls Jfec c for the ar artistic arUsUe artistie ¬
tistic display of the 8 serterstem serterstemmcd ort ttertem ttertemmed rst m mmed
med flowers Made in silver or ornickel ornickel ornickel
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flinch lack Opal Jewelry nnd nndDiamond nndDiamond andDiamonds
Diamond In uncommon uncommonnettinuN unconunonIIcUlnWl uncommonsettings
settings are among the thefine thefine thefine
fine collection of gem gemJcirclry gemjewelry
jewelry we exhibit exhibitIi
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aomiiwaent of concentration presence poise and andfeUeffacement IIItIK andrelfettscrtnent
K feUeffacement > Prepares Prt > pares for Drawingroom Work WorkRepertoire WorkItevertoire WorkRepertoire
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Good positions secured for graduates or ormoney orn
n 2 4 money At nte ntebff t this bff refunded time we we hats more calls for Brad grati gratiuates ad t tAt t tnates 1 1ii
nates than we can n till BUSINESS NE MEN MENKN0IV
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