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Until further notice store wijj open at 8 a m and close at 5 30 p m mSeptember mSeptember mSeptember
September Sale Furniture Furniture1l
l 25 to 50 Per er Cent Below Regular Value ValueUR ValueOUR ValueO
UR special sale of Furniture at this season at 25 to 50 per cent centfinest centbelow centbelow
OUR O below regular prices presents beautiful pieces of furniture the thefinest thefinest
finest specimens of the manufacturers handiwork in profusion profusionand profusionand profusionand
and perfection and at the lowest figures Ever 1very individual article of offurniture offurniture offurniture
furniture was selected by us because of some especially attractive fea feature feature leature ¬
ture that appealed to us and as our taste is representative of that of ofour ofour ofour
our patrons these rare values cannot fail to fit their needs either decora decorative decorative decorative ¬
tive or utile utileThe utileThe utileThe
The styles and designs dG igns some dainty dai ty and artistic others solid and andsubstantial andsubstantial andsubstantial
substantial suggest varied ways of brightening and changing the ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance of rooms or apartments Every 1ery opportunity is offered to our ourpatrons ourpatrons ourpatrons
patrons for refurnishing their homes cozily and reasonably and with withgoods withgoods withgoods
goods that will serve a real purpose in contributing to satisfactory home homesurroundings homesurroundings homesurroundings
surroundings surroundingsAmong surroundingsAmong surroundingsAmong
Among the many oneofakind pieces and designs in this sale we wecall weG111 wecall
call particular attention to the following items in inAt inOdd inOdd
Odd Chiffoniers ChiffoniersAt
At V4 to Nearly ½ A Less Than Regular Prices
1 Maple lra rp1o to Chiffonier full swell front rant
platdj plataglass glass mirror flve large drawers
1575 Value 2200
1 Birch Chiffonier with five large draw drawers drawers ¬
ers fitted with wooden knobs
1750 Value 3000
1 Circassian Clraa lan Walnut Chiffonier colonial
mirror six lx drawers neat design
F 3675 Value 4400
1 Quartered Oak Chiffonier oval mir ¬
ror five O drawers beet bo t make
2000 Value 3500
1 Quartered Oak Chiffonier large size
swell sw U front four large and two small
drawers drawerst
t 3500 Value 5000 5000SU 5000 5000Sixth 5000Sixth
Sixth SU 1 flwrG 0 at
1 Mahogany Chiffonier colonial design designvery designvery p
very attrcUve
2750 Value 3500
1 Mahogany Chiffonier full swell front frontoval frontoal frontoval
oval mirror wooden drawer pulls
3150 Value 4000 4000t
1 t Mahogany Chiffonier full swell sw 11 front frontclaw tronto1a I Iclaw
claw o1a w feet
4200 Value 7500
1 Mahogany Chiffonier beautifully bO utlfuUy fig figured figured figtired ¬
ured wood large larg size
6000 Value 11000 11000I
1 Mahogany lIaho1kn Chiffonier beautifully fig
ured wood largo mirror mirrorS750
8750 Value 15000
1 Mahogany Chiffonier colonial design designvery de designvery lgn lgnvery
very handsome
7500 Value 12000
September Sale Rugs RugsHE RugsTHE RugsI
HE Rugs that comprise this sale are not old stock and undesirable undesirablepatterns undesirablepatterns undesirablepatterns
I THE patterns marked down but new fresh highgrade goods every
piece produced this season and in rich and desirable patterns patternsand patternsand patternsand
and colorings coloringsIncluded coloringsIncluded coloringsIncluded
Included are Brussels Wiltons Axminsters Velvets V cIvets Barodas Gir Girvans Girv2ns Girvans
vans Ingrains Granites Colonials Fibers c
Among others we mention the following excellent values in Smiths
Axminsters and Brussels BrusselsRugs Rugs noted for their superior quality work workmanship workmanship workrnanship ¬
manship and attractive designs and colorings colorings27x54iqch colorings27x54iQch colorings27x54iqch
27x54iqch Axminsters 175 Value 250 2506x9ft 2506x9ft 2506x9ft
6x9ft Axminsters S1250 1250 Values 1500 and W750 W75083xl06ft fl75083x106ft 1750 175083xlO6ft
83xl06ft Axminsters 1850 Values Values 2250 and nd 25 259xl2ft 259xI2ft 259x12ft
9xl2ft Axminsters 51975 1975 Values 2500 and 52750 52750106x136ft 2750 2750106xl36ft
106xl36ft Axminsters 83000 3000 Values 3500 and 40 40113xl2ft 40113x12ft
113xl2ft Axminsters 3500 Value 4500 450012xl5ft 450012xI5ft 450012x15ft
12xl5ft Axminsters 3750 Values S4500 4500 and 5500 55006x9ft 55006x9ft 55006x9ft
6x9ft Brussels S750 750 Value 900 90076x9ft 90076x9ft 90076x9ft
76x9ft Brussels SI000 1000 Value 1350 13509xl2ft 13509xl2ft 13509x12ft
9xl2ft Brussels 1250 Value 1500 15009xl2ft 15009x12ft 15009x12ft
9x12ft Brussels 1500 Values S1850 1850 and 1900 1900Also 1900Also 1900Also
Also the following excellent values values46x76ft values46x76ft
4 46x76ft Wilton Rugs S1150 1150 Value 1350 13509xl2lt 13509x12ft 13509x12ft
9x12ft Wilton Rugs 3500 Value 4000 40009xl2ft 40009x12ft 40009x12ft
9x12ft Velvet Rugs 52250 2250 Value 83000 830009x12ft 3000 30009xl2ft 30009x12ft
9x12ft Wilton Velvet Rugs 2500 Values S3250 3250 3250and 325Uand
and 83500 83500FOIIrth 3500 3500Fourth 3500Fowth
Fourth fioorG orG at
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It is proverbial that tho American hus husband husband husband ¬
band spoils the American wife A hus husband husbend busband ¬
band in a 3 certain suburban town Is do doing doIn doIng ¬
ing In this thl to perfection and friends are arelooking arelooklng areooking
looking on apprehensively and wpnderlng wpnderingwhat wpnderlngwhat wpnderlngwhat
what the end will be beHe beHe beHe
He owns a 8 homo in tho town but his hiswife hiswle hiswife
wife is lonesome doesnt like the place placeand plncennd placeand
and wants ants to move away To keep her hersatisfied horsaUsfted hersatlstlod
satisfied he 1 M buying hor all sorts ol olthings o othlnp oj
things far beyond his hi means eana He has a afairly atalrly afairly
fairly good business bUfllne but b t nothing to sup support cup cupport up upport ¬
port the extravagance into which he is isplunging Isplunging isplunging
plunging plungingHis plungingHis plungingHis
His first investment was an automo automobile automobllo automobile ¬
bile Sho was delighted dell htoo and for awhile awhilecontented awhilecontented awhilecontented
contented She learned to manage it hor herself horsolt horself ¬
self and pbs she ran about a out m rn it visiting visitingfriends vIsitingfriends vislungfriends
friends having ell sorts of jolly outings outingsand outtn outingsand s sand
and thoroughly enjoying herself But the thenoveltj thenovelt thenovelty
novelty novelt woro oft in time and tho old oldspirit oldspirit oldspirit
spirit of discontent settled upon her horHis herHis r rHis
His next extravagance Was a a new newhome newhOIliO newhome
home a handsome affair of stone with witha
a conservatory and various rlou8 other addi additions addItions additions ¬
tions she continually keeps thinking of ofShe otSha ofShe
She is as delighted with this as a 0 child childwith childwith childwith
with a 8 new toy But ho Is looking wor worried worried worned ¬
ried and harassed Undoubtedly Undoubtedl he is isalready Isnlready Isalready
already In deeper financial waters than thanhe thanhe thanho
he can navigate And no doubt as soon soonas soonas soonas
as tho novelty of this wears off she will willbe wJ1lbe willbe
be wanting something else elseShe e18oShe elseShe
She is without doubt extremely selfish selfishand solfishnnd aol sh shand
and one would apncjudo nQudo she had little littlereal IIttloroal littlereal
real love for him to add burdens llkg llkgthose Jlkot IIic IIicthe
those t e to his life But dropping dropptn her out outof outot outof
of tho problem is he wise in thus hu humoring humoring humortng ¬
her hert herWould
moring i iWould IVould
Would it not bo kinder when ho has hascome hascome hascome
come to a point financially where he heknows heknows heknows
knows ho ought to stop to put his foot footdown rootdown footdown
down firmly firml and go no farther rther Would WouldIt YouldIt
It not be bettor for their future happi happiness hopplnese happiness ¬
ness to talk matters over with her plain plainly plainly plainly ¬
ly even though it were a hard thing thingto thingto thingto
to do and tell her clearly that she Is Iselmoly Is5lmpl IssImnlr
elmoly selfish In thus goading him to do
what ho knows is illadvised She no nodoubt I Idoubt
4 doubt would weep and she might sulk sulkL sulkL sulkL
Ladies Tailor and Importer
1431 You Street N W WI WI
I beg to announce annouqco my arrival from fromEurope tromEurope fromEurope
Europe with tho th very latest models modelswhich modolsWhich modelswhich
which have been copied from the boat boathouses basthouso besthouses
houses In Vienna ViennaYou ViennaYou ViennaYou
You ore cordially cordIAlI invited to call and andInspect andInsvoct andI
I Inspect same Will assure you ou tho best beatworkmanship bestworkmanshlv bestworkmanship
workmanship at reasonable prices
but If she has a spark of lovo for him himor himor himor
or a a bit of true womanliness she will willcome willcome willcome
come to herself eventually and see 80 that
he is in the right And they will grow growcloser growcloser growcloser
closer together because of this plain talk
If her batter self does not come c nie to
the surface he will be no worse off ot in
the long run For at this pace a sniaih sniaihstfoner sntuhJoner siashseoner
stfoner < Joner or later seems Inevitable
The Theodds Theodds Theodds
odds are in his favor now to halt while
there theres Js time to awaken her bettor na ¬
ture and to arouse once more her love
for him before it becomes entirely killed
by b the selfishness that is growing In her
like a rank weed weedA weedA weedA
A man dislikes a scene and tears He Hewill lIewill Hewill
will do much to avoid them But surely SWol
in this case these are the lower evils
And In tho bargain he Is by his course courseonly CO1rsoonly cursoonly
only postponing them For if he hi lets her herselfishness nerseltl herselfishness
selfishness seltl hne continue to grow and and the thesmash thesmaah thesmash
smash in the end comes come he will have
desolation on all sides sidesThe sidesThe sidesThe
The man whose wifes extravagance extravaganceruns
runs beyond ills is means gains nothing by
trying to postpone tho day of reckoning
Tho sooner ho grasps gr 8pS this household net ¬
tie with a n firm hand the less le s will be Its Itssting Itssting Itssting
sting stingHOILANDEE stingHOLLANDER stingE0LLA1DER
Funoral services for Monroe E Hol Hollander Hollandor Hotlander ¬
lander formerly of r Washington and who whodied whodiad whodied
died at Prescott Arts Thursday will be beheld behold beheld
held this morning at ill oclock The Thebody Thebody Thebody
body reached here yesterday afternoon afternoonTho afternoonTho afternoonThe
Tho services will be b conducted by Rab Rabbis Rabbis Rabbis ¬
bis Simon and Stern at Gelers undortak undortakIn undortaking ¬
ing In parlors 1113 11l3qvcnth Seventh street Inter Interment Interment Intermont ¬
ment will bo ham Irtthjs 1n t tiio e Hebrew Cemetery Cemeter CemeterMonroe
Monroe Hollarfdor HolladdgriaS waff well and favor favorably fa favrably r rably ¬
ably known in InVashington jMVashlngton Vnshlngton being a anephew n nnephow anephew
nephew of D J r Kaufman the well wellknown wellknown Wellknown
known merchant and was for some time timeconnected ttmeconnected timeconnected
connected with the advertising depart department department department ¬
ment of Tho Washington Herald
Lottie Gllnon Serlonnlr Ill 111Now IllNew IllNew
New York Sept 13 l3Lottle Lottie Gilson an anoldtime onoldUme anoldtime
oldtime favorite on tho vaudeville oudovJ1le stage stagewas stagewas stagewas
was takeiy takeI to Bollevue Hospital last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night from a lodging houso seriously ill illwith IIIwith illwith
with gastritis and neuritis She had no nomoney nomane nomoney
money mane with Ith which to o pay hor room rent rentor renti rentor I
i or buy provisions provisionsOcean provisionsOcenn provisionsOceun
Ocean StcnmHhlp StcnmHhlpNe 5tenmslLipaNei enmllhIP enmllhIPNeW
Ne NeW York S Sept pt U 13Anftul Arrired Cfraanla Crmanla from
Lirerpool September 6 D Deca ca dl Genera torn frunps > V a
Pta 1II ps s Ockcnfek from Shield New ew ikk City from
SwiDsoa SwiDsoaAnirtd gunsestrrIytd nnSCG nnSCGnITtd
Anirtd nITtd out u Ln LuatLanla ttanla at Llrerpool IJTerpoolFnderlaDd Ridcrland
at Antwerp Qtwerp Kaiser Wflheta II at Bnrnren B Ilrrow8sfled tn
Silledt Knmprinz Wilhelm from mnBrtmeD Bmaea CM Ca
piUii UlIa from rom Trieste TrfesteI
Secretary and Mrs Nagel NagelJReturn NagelReturn NagelReturn
Return Next Monty MontyCAPT MQnt MQntCAPT Ju1Qflt1CAPT
Minister from Pern and Mmc Pnrdo PnrdoLenac ParoLenae rardoLease
Lease Residence in Sheridan Cir Clrclci Circle Circm
clci cle cm Known an the Studio House HouseDr lIoneDr flouseDr
Dr nnd airs Irs Rlchnrdncm Home Homefrom lIometrom Homcfrom
from Virginia Irdnln Springs SpringsThe SprlnaThe SpringsThe
The Secretary of Commerce and Labor Laborwho Laborwho Laborwho
who has Just returned from Alaska Is Isnow Isnow I Inow
now crossing the continent from San SanFranolsco SanFranolsco SarFrancisco
Franolsco to Boston whence he will go goto gr1 gr1to gcto
to his summer home at Marlon Mass Masato Mas Masto Massto
to spend a few days with Mrs Nagel and andtheir andtheir an antheir
their children before corning cornln to Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington Mrs Nagol will return to Wash Washington WashIngton WashIngton ¬
ington for tho season sea on about October 1 1The 1The 1The
The Chinese Minister who Is attending attendlnl attendlnlto attendinito
to his duties asChinese Minister MInl tor to Mex Mexico MexIco Maxleo ¬
ico will leave there September 17 to Join Jointhe jointhe jolttho
the Chinese Prince Tsal Haun who Is Isexpected Isexpected h hexpected
expected to arrive in San Francisco on onSeptember onSoptember ot otSeptember
September 16 As tho Minister was un unable unable unable ¬
able to leave Mexico City Clt in time to togreet togreet t tgreet
greet him on his arrival in this country countryhe countryhe countryhe
he will meet him and his suite at some somepoint somepoint semipoint
point between San Fran Francisco ls < o and Chi Chicago Chicago ¬
cago Mme Chang and liar tor daughters daughtersand daughtersand daughterand S
and tho Misses Tong whom she Is ohap ohapcronlng ohllPoronlng ohaperoning
cronlng here havo hRV roturned to the Con Connecticut Connectlout Conneoticut ¬
necticut avenue home of the Minister Ministerfrom lUnlaterfrom r rfrom
from their summer visit at Nyaekon NyaekonthoHudson NackonthoHudson NyackontheHudson
thoHudson thoHudsonMrs thoHudsonMrs theHudsonMrs
Mrs James K Patterson of German Germantown Germantown Germantown
town Pa has announced the engage engagement e engagemont ge gemont ¬
mont of hor daughter Anna Kcrbaugh Kcrbaughto
to Mr William Sautter of this city Mrs MrsPatterson Mr MrPatterson MrsPatterson
Patterson will entertain a house party partyof partyor part partof
of young oun people for her daughter this thteweok thisweek thi thiweek
week Miss Patterson is I a debutante of ofItst ofIR8t 0 0last
last season Mr Sautter is a a graduate graduateof graduatof raduato raduatoor
of the University Unlverslt of Pennsylvania Ponns11vnnla and andIs andIs an d dis
Is a wellknown clubman
Capt Sydney Sdne A Cloman U S AmIHtary A Amilitary AmilItary
military attache at the Court of St StJames StJames Si L LJames
James and Mrs Cloman who have been beenpopular beenpopular bee a
popular In tho social socl l sets in London Londonfor Londontor Londofor a aa
for the peat pa t four years will m soon return returnto returnto Tetl2r S
to this country where Capt Cloman wfll wfllresume wfllroume w II SII
resume hit military duties having bean beanassigned beena bee beeassigned a
assigned a stgned to a post in Tug Mrs rn CIo Cloman CIoman Ckman ¬
man was formerly Mrs nI Victor Clement Clementof dlem dlemof lsmn
of Washington They are ro guaete ga gues i iwhoso 141 141whoso Iwhose < Q
whoso honor many farewell foatlvlttw foatlvlttware tthIU tthIUare aativit1are 1
are being given givenThe givenThe
The Minister from Peru and M Mm MmPardo me mePardo e ePardo
Pardo who spent the summer at Blue BlueRidge BlueRidge Bis 10 10Ridge
Ridge Summit Pa have leased Ute reel reeldonee r rdonee tel I Idonce
donee of Mrs Barney in Sheridan cir circle circle di r role ¬
cle known as the Studio House for forthe torthe f4 r rthe
the winter winterMr winterMr winterMr
Mr and Mrs Victor Mlndeleff Mindelta of 11 It ItTwontnlnth 12 42Twentyninth 12Twentyninth
Twentyninth street announce 8n Ounee the I iei ieigagement en engagement engagement ¬
gagement of their daughter Mtee MI Natala NatalaMlndeleff NatalaMJndeletr NatL NatLMindeloff
Mlndeleff to Henry B Eo Rockwell The Thewedding Thewedding F Fwedding
wedding will take place today toda at 1 1oclock 1oclock 1oclock
oclock In the home of tho brides par parents pa IU IUcnts r rents ¬
ents Rev RerT J H Dunham will perform parfor at attho
iho tho ceremony ceremonyThe oeremonyThe ceremonyThe
The marriage mnrrlago Is announced of Mlae MlaeAnna Mi MiAnna IM IMAnna 1
Anna V Cluerents and ldv Edward d E Jl C Caho CahoTbe Case n nThs aThe
The < ceremony was performed at nooo noooMonday nGODMonday no ao aoMonday 1
Monday in the parsonage of the Metro Metropolitan MetropoUtan 0 ¬
politan M or BL Church qhurch where the pastor pastorRev putorRev pastsRev a 0a
Rev John Reid Shannon performed pertorm the thoceremony thecercmo ii iiceremony J
ceremony cercmo Only a small gathering sathert S of ofrelatives otrolatlv05 ofrelatives
relatives and close friends were present presentMiss pr8HfttMiss preesi t tMiss
Miss Mary lar Martin of this city and Mr MrBrown MrBr N r rBrwn
Brown Br n H Plumb of McKeoeport IcKeo port wore woremarried wwemarried we C Cmarried Q
married Monday evening nIR tit 7 oclock In Intho intho inthe n
tho parsonage of tho Metropolitan M E EChurch Eo EoChurch EChurch
Church the pastor Rev John Reid Shan Shannon Sbannon Sb a anon ¬
non officiating officiatingMr otnelaUngr
Mr r and Mrs D H Rhodes have loft loftWashington loltWublngton 1 1Washington aft t
Washington for several weeks we Mr MrRhodes MrRhod08 I Er ErRhodes r
Rhodes will take a 8 trip to tho < orth and andMrs andMrs ai id idMrs a
Mrs Rhodes will be tho guest of fcer fcerslater IK lotsister IKsIster f
sIster at West Point N Y YDr YDr I IDr
Dr and Mrs rs J I J I Richardson have re returned returned r e eturned i ¬
turned to Washington from the Virginia VirginiaHot VIrrlaJaHot Virgis iia iiaIfot a
Hot Springs where horo they the spent the month monthof monthAugust moo tb tbof h
of August They T y also lo made a 8 brief visit visitto visitto vii alt altto It
to Now York YorkiRev YorJ YorJRev YorkRev
Rev Richard Pardee Williams and Mrs MrsWilliams Mi rs rsWilliams ma maWilIiam
Williams who who have spent the summer summerat sammerat sumni let letat r
at Mountain Moun aln Lake Park have returned roturnld to
this city cityBrlg clqBrig cit4Briggn
Brig Briggn Qen en and Mrs J T B Aleohlre Aleohlrewith AIIreWith Aleshirewith
with illsa fisa hj8Marjorle Marjorie Aleshlre and Miss JtflwDorothy MissDorothy4loshlre MIMDorothJoshlre
Dorothy DorothJoshlre Ajoshlre have arrived In Wa WAahIngton Wash Washington h hington
ington and opened their new homo hom in S Sstreet Sstreet Sstreet
street Mrs Aleshlre and her daughters daughtersleft daughterleft daughtersleft
left early in tho summer to spend the thehot thohot thehot
hot weather with Mrs Aleshlros parents parentsMr parentslIr parentsMr
Mr and Mrs T R R Danno Dann on their theirranch thefrranoh theirranch
ranch at Parkman Wyo WyoThey W WThoy WyoThey
They were Joined by b Gen Aleahlro several ac aceral soy soyoral ¬
eral weeks before their return Lieut LieutJ
J P Aleshire U S A who was a grad graduate graduate gradnate ¬
uate of West est Point last June and who whospent who8pent whospent
spent the summer at Gloucester Mass Masshas 1 1has Masshas
has arrived in Washington for a visit wit to tohis tobls tohL
his hL parents before beror Joining the Sixth Cay Cavalry ea eaairy CayaIry ¬
airy to which he has been assigned at atFort atFort atPort
Fort Dos Moines Iowa IowaCapt JOWLCapt IowaCapt
Capt and Mrs Frank E Boatty of tho
Navy Yard who have been on a a camping
trip in Maine will go o to Atlantic City In Ina ina
a 9 few days to spend several weeks before beforereturnlnjr beforereturnlni beforereturning
returning to Washington WashingtonTho WashingtonThO WashingtonThe
Tho AustroHungarlan Ambassador Amba sador and andBaroness MdBaron andBaroness
Baroness Baron Hongelmuller who spend the thefall thetoll thefail
fall season at Lenox each year havo havotaken havetaken
I taken tak n apartments at the Bourne Bourn villa villafor villator villafor
for the month of October
Thoy are now nowat nowat nowat
at Bar ar Harbor where they have been beensince bionsince boonsinco
since returning from abroad abroadThe abroadThe abroadThe
The former Attorney Attorne General and Mrs
Charles Chnrl l J J I Bonaparte are spending sP 1dlng a tow fowdays towdays fewdays
days in Now No York on their way to their theirhomo theirhomo theirhome
homo In Baltimore from Lenox where
they tho spent the summer months monthsCol monthsCot monthsCot
Cot Spencer Cosby U S A has re returned returnod returned ¬
turned to Washington from a six weeks weekstrip weekstrip WoekstrIp
trip abroad Mrs Cosby Cosb who during his hisabsence hisabsence hisabsence
absence spent the summer at Lenox
is now the guest of her mother Mrs Mr
Charles R Shepard at the latters
sum summer summer summer ¬
mer home on Long Long Island Col
wont abroAd aroa a a 0 delegate to the Inter International JnterIlUonal International ¬
national Waterways Watena Ts Commission at Brus Brussels Brussels Bruseels ¬
Mr John Barrett Director of the In International International Internattonal ¬
ternational Bureau of Amarlaan Repub Republics RepubJlcs Republies ¬
lies who has been on a a visit 181t to St St Paul Paulhas Paulhos Paulhas
has returned to this city cityMiss aUyMiss cityMiss
Miss Elliott has gone to Virginia Sot SotSprings iot ot otSprings
Springs to spend several S eral weeks a 0 gqest gqestat 8tlestat gqestat
at tho Homestead HomesteadMrs HomostelldMrs HomesteadMrs
Mrs Edith dith L LClIne Cllne cii of this city elt an announcos announcos anflounces
nouncos tho marriage of h hr r daughter daughterMiss daughterMIas daughterMiss
Miss Mattlo Lou Cllno to Mr Fletcher FletcherNorton FletcherNorton FletcherNorton
Norton Mullin of Atlanta Ga The cero ceremony coromany ceromony ¬
mony was was performed at Atlanta Atlan a Soptem SoptemGontlnuccl SoptemContinued SoptemContinued
Continued on Page 0 Column 5 Dp < < S
WE A T r B have havebeen lveirn been much m uchde uchdelayedi de delayed dcV ¬
V V layed getting into intoour intoour
our new building buildingbut buildingbut buildingbut
but we will informally open openpart openpart openpart
part of our warerooms to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrow September 15 15Our 15Our 15Our
Our friends and the public publicin publicin
in general will be very cor cordially cordially cordially ¬
dially welcomed we1 omed omedPERCY
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All actors are said to believe that they theycojld tlu y I IcoJJd
cojld play Hamlet as it was never played playedbefore pl8 playi od 4I y4I I Ibefore
before if given tho opportunity The Theambition TI TIambition lie i
ambition of all actresses seems to be beto J I > I Ito
to play pia Juliet once and show the world wet IId Id I IMV
how it should be played An exception exceptionto excopti excoptithis n i it8
to this be has been found In Miss Grace Gm I
Goodall GoodallJae Ae eccentric e entrlc head waitress in inGeorge a I
George M Cohans comedy success Got G GRich ci I
Rich Quick Wallingford alUngfo rd 0 who nays zms she shenot a he heS I Inot
not only doGS not want ant to play Juliet Julietbut Jull Jullbut S
but if the part p rt were ever given to her hershe herwould ii r riha
she would Quit CUlIt the company In the thematter themattor t 1
matter of type t e preference Miss Goodall Goodallwa Good Goodwants a l
wants wa t any part p rt that can c p be character character1zfd charact charactIzoti
lied and to her tho ordinary socalled socalledstraight socalledtralpt socall
straight part is usually a bore to have haveto haveto ha hato 0
to pl play playHeRr y yHenry
Henry HeRr W Yo Savage who who wa was here Mon 1londay Mo In j
day to see the opening of his second eecondArat eeoc ad
first production of the season says he hewm
will produce several other of his new newplay n npiuy w
plays piuy > > for the first time In Washington WashingtonGeorge WUhlngtonGeorge
George M Cohan and Sam Harris are a Ire e
vfcrifte visiting Washington watching tcklnS the per perormancos p r
formancos ormancos of Mr Cohans first straight straightdramatic etrai etraidamat4c 41t t
dramatic effort Got t Rich Quick Wai Wallingford ral ralIIngtord
llngford at the National NationalMiss NattonalUSI1 NationalMiss
Miss USI1 May tny Buckley leading woman of ofThe otThe ofThe
The Little Damosel at the Belasco BelascoTheoter BelascoTheater
Theater IB the wife wif of Martin Sabine
who was Guy Standings leading man manwhon manwhen manwhen
when ho had a 0 stock company at the theColumbia theColumU11l theColumtha
Columbia ColumbiaMr ColumU11lor
Mr or Asa Bloddgett general press rep representative representative represontative ¬
resentative for the Savage productions productionsIs
Is visiting In Washington WashingtonRECHABITES WashingtonRECHABITES WashingtonRECKABITES
Gather at Fredericksburg for FlftyElghth Flrt FlrtElghtII Fifty FiftyEighth
Eighth 1leetlng 1leetlngFredericksburg itleettn itleettnFredericksburg lIeetIngFredericksburg
Fredericksburg Va Sept 13 13Thf Thfi fit fiftyeighth fittyelghth fittyeighth ¬
tyeighth annual session of the High Tent Tentof Tentor Teatof
of the Independent IndependenCOrdOr Order of Herhabltes Herhabltesof s sot
of North America met here today tvd un under under under ¬
der the auspices of R E 0Lee Lee Tent No No10W Noioei
11 10W > > 1 of this city elt An address of welcome welcomewas welcomewaa welcomewa
was wa delivered by b Henry Henr Warden on be behalf behal behalf ¬
half hal of Fredericksburg This was fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed by a welcome on behalf behaltot of the theministers theministers
ministers extended by b Rev Re John R Ja Jacobs Jacobs ¬
cobs High Chief Chle Ruler W C Lenz Lenzof LenzoC Lonzof
of Washington on behalf ohal of the High HighTent HighTent
Tent responded HIM Hi report shows that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the membership Is ir1tS 1155 1 6S of which SSI are arein arcIn atein
in Michigan 111 in Ohio and the re remainder remainder renialndcr ¬
mainder in and around Washington Dur During DurIng During ¬
ing the year 1870 was aspald paid out for fu funeral funeral funeral ¬
neral benefits and 51SOS 1100 for relief of sick sickThe sickThe sickThe
The High Tent will be in session until untilThursday unmThursday untilThursday
Thursday and tomorrow night will be begiven beglvon begiven
given a 8 musical and literary entertain entertainment ontertalnment entertainmeat ¬
ment Tho most prominent candidates candidatesfor candidatestor candidatesfor
for High Chief Ruler are Carroll of Hen Henderson HendOr50n Hendamson ¬
damson Tent and Ellor of Jehu Tent Tentboth Tontboth Tent Tentboth
both of Washington WashingtonWhile WashingtonWhUe WashingtonWhile
While you think of it telephone your yourWant yourWant yourWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald Heraldand Hernldand Heraldand
and bill will be sent you at 1 cent a word wordAny WordAny ord
Any 4Any 4 Little Girl GirlThats GirlThats GirlThats
Thats a Nice Little Girl GirlCan GirlCan
Can get a set of eight dolls dollsFRE donsFREE dollsFREE
One Doll with EACH Loaf of ofEwalds ofEwalds f fEwalds
Ewalds Butter Toast or orWhite orVhite orWhite
White Satin Bread BreadAT BreadWEDNESDAY BreadWEDNESDAY
Ewalds Bakery
1244 Florida Ave N E EPhone EPhono EPhone
Phone Lincoln 6S 6 GSS
Proposals P roposals Are re Considered by byChamber byCbam
Chamber Cbam bel of Commerce CommerceETGTJEES CommerceFIGURES
Secretary Secretnr S of National ationn1 Aviation AviationCompany ATJnUonSompnny
Company ompany Asks tor Indorsement of ofMeet ofIeet
Meet Ieet eet at Bcnnlnj In Fall nnd De Declare Declare Dcdare ¬
dare clare Flights Will VIII Benefit Wash WnauIngion VnllhIngton
Ingion Business Men MenWashington MenWashington tIenWashington
Washington will have an aviation meet raeotthis meotthis meethis
this t his fall which will be second only to tothe tothe tothe
tT the international exhibition at Now York YorkThis Yorkhis
This T his was W 1t evidenced yesterday Y08terda at a spa special SIHIclal ¬
cial c ml meeting of the board of directors dlrectorsot dlrectorsottho of oftho olhe
tho t he Chamber of Commerce which
tc was wascalled wascalled wasalled
tp called c for
the purpose of considering a aproposition aproposition a aroposition
proposition p by J S Borgor of New York YorkMr yorkMr YorkMr
Mr Berger however was not preowtt preowttbut pressotut I
but b ut probably will arrive today and b bgiven ba bagiven baiven
given g iven a S1 hearing hearingIn heartn heartnIn
In the absence of Mr Borger other otherplans otherplans
plans p lans was consfflered cons1ored the principal one onebeing onobeln onceing
being beln b eing presented by J Lynn Yeagle Yeaglesecretary Yeaglesecretary
secretary B of the National Aviation AviationCompany A vatton vattonComp
Company Comp n a Washington organization organizationMr organizationMr
Mr Yeagle who was In New York in inthe Inthe ir irthe
the interest of his company last week weekasked weekasked
asked a sked thatf tha the Chamber of Commerce Commercegive Commercegive
give its Indorsement to a meeting at the theBonnlng th i iBanning
Banning race track the first week In InNovember InNovemoor It 1
November Ho assured the members of ofthe ofthe o t
the t he participation of aviators of national nationaland natlona1and I
and international importance He
pre presented presented ¬
sented s eated figures tlgur s to the value of jUch wich flights flightsto I
to t o Washington business men Opt OptCharJos CaptCharles
Charles J I Fox also spoke in favor of the theproposition theproposition thi
proposition propositionCards propositionCurtiss
Cards Curtiss Will VIII Compete CompeteTho CompeteThe
The Aero Club of Washington rahln ton Is ex expected ci cipected oiC ¬
pected to give its support as well as asIndorse asIndorse ai aiinclorse C
Indorse tho sanction which will be begiven beglon hi a agiven
given by b the Aero Club of America AmericaAmong AmericaAmong
Among the features te turu which would give givewide ghewIde glv a
wide publicity pUbllclt to the th meat would be bethe bathe hi a
the entry of Glenn Curtice CurU winner hiC of ofthe orthe 0 C
the Gordon Bennett trophy In Franco Francolast Fra G Glast 11
last year and which victory brought broughtthe bI9ughttho brpaghthe t
the International meet to America thte thteyear thl thlyoar a ayear
year yearAssurance yearAssurances
Assurance hare been given by mem members membors ¬
hers of the Aero Club that efforts e orts will willbe w111bo nil nilbe 1
be made m de to have a flight from New NewYork NewYork Nsi V VYork
York to Washington Waahl gton at the time of the theWashington theVaahlngton tb a
Washington exhibition Prize will be besolicited beolloucd b bsolIcited C aC
solicited for flights from Baltimore to toWashington toVa t tWashington
Washington Va lnlton and for a 8 flight from Ben BenJtlag BennJAg on onslag
slag to lie Washington uhlngton Monument and andreturn andraturn an anreturn
return The indorsement of army out offlears omeara outcars
ears has been obtained oDL1n who may try trybemb tobomb tc tcbomb
bomb dropping and other military militarymaneuvers mtUtarymllneuvers mtUtaz mtUtazmanouvers
maneuvers maneuversBdward mllneuversBdward manouversBdward
Bdward H Young of the Aero Sci Scientific BelenUftc Scientiflo ¬
entific Club asked the favorable rora le eon eonslderation eonslderaUon eonsideratien
slderation of the Chamber of Com Commerce Commerco Cornmorse ¬
morse to an amateur meet wlde which it le leproposed Iepropoaed I Iproposed
proposed to hold at College cone e Park the theweek tJtewoek th thweek
week of October 17 At this meeting meetingcups rneatln rneatlncups eUJl eUJloups
cups will be offered to the best flights flightsmade flightmade lghtsmade
made by local owners owner of machines machinesJoyce maehlnMJ07ee machinesJoyce
Joyce Rot NotSpecl1Je NotSpecl1JeA Specific SpeciDoA
A telegram from Col Jerome H Joyce Joyceof J010eor Joyceof
of Baltimore was read It was as astol astolIowa tot flolHave totlows
Iowa IowauHe
uHe Have arranged for aviation meet meet seet to tobo 1abo tobe
bo held between Baltimore and Waah WaahIngton WuhIngton Waaington
Ington during the week of October Oc ber XL XLA 11 11A 81A
A request was u made that Col Joyce be bemore bemore bamore
more specific specificTho spocmcTht specmcThe
The whole matter wa was a placed pJa ed in the thehands thebands
hands of the executive committee with withpower withpower withpower
power to act The members will con conaider conalder conskier
alder the various plans pans and will 111 con conMilt COItMIlt eonsuit
Milt with the aviation committee before beforetaking betoretakIng beforetaking
taking final nal action Efforts fforta will bo made madeto mlldeto madeto
to combine the various propositions into Intoone intogrand
one grand effort which will mean me n a ameet 8 8meet ameet
meet for Washington th tht < it will attract attractnational attractnational attractsatbosal
national attention attentionDuring attentionDuring
During the meeting a letter was as road roadfrom r0a4trom roadfrom
from C A Barranca vice consul of the theCuban theCuban theCuban
Cuban gcrernment gr ornment offering Ms aid in inanythIng hianything
anything relati relathg s to Cuban commerce He Bewas HoInvitod
was invited to be present at the next nextmeeting nextmeeting
James E West est secretary of the Play Playgrounds Playgrounds Playgrounds ¬
grounds Association AMO latJon asked the sanction sanctionof
of the Chamber for the horse show to tobo tubo tobe
bo held October 36 6 and as at American AmericanLeague Am81SC4ftLoaguo AmericanLeague
League Park for the thebenefit benefit of the play pJaygraunds plargraunds playgmaunds
graunds under the auspices of the Wash Washington WashIngton Washgton ¬
ington in gton Riders and Drivers Association AssociationWhile As8OclatloftWhile AssoetIonWhile
While you think of U telephone your yourWant yourWant yourant
Want W ant Ad to The Washington Herald Heraldand Heraldand HerahLnd
and a nd bill will m be sent you at 1 cent a word
Chevy OJ1C C hevy Chase Jluse Cottager la Krlcnd of ofTnft ofTaft ofTaft
Taft and IVattertion IVattertionNew WattersaonNew Vntter on onNew
New York Sept 13 UoFomler Former Judge JudgeGeorge JUdgeGeorge Judgeeorge
George G eorge G Perkins of Covlngton Kyt Kytwho Ky Kywho KYho
who w ho was on the bench twentyefght twentyefghtyears twentyefghtears
years y ears and who Is a friend of Henry Wat Wattorson Watrson II
torson te rson as well as a great admirer of ofPresident otPra ofresident
President Pra P ldent Taft having tried cases in the theseme theMme theme
Mme sa me town with him for years whon the thePresident thePruklent theresident
President P was a 0 Federal Fed ral judge IB at the theWaldorf theWaldorf thealdorf
Waldorf WaldorfJudge WaldorfJudge W aldorf aldorfJudge
Judge Perkins retired from the Judi Judiciary judiciary judiary ¬
ciary cl ary about seven years ago and resumed resumedthe ro resumede umed umedthe
the th thd thh e practice of law though nowadays he hedoes hedoes heoes
does d oes not appear in the courts He has a ahomo ahome aome
homo h ome at Chevy Ch VY Cha2 Chase near n ar Washington Washingtonwhero Washingtonhere n nwhoro
whero w here he puts in much of his time play playing playIng playg ¬
ing la g golf but his office te S in Covington CovlngtonESTRADA CovingtonESTRADA CovingtonSTRADA
WITH iTll UNCLE SAM SAMPrepares SAMPrepares SAIrepares
Prepares P repares to Pay Indemnity Indemnityfor
for Americans Lives LivesUndo LivesUnclt LivesThiclo
Undo Sam has recognized reo gnlzod Juan J T Es Estrada Eatrad Esrade ¬
trada trad t rade as de facto President of Nicaragua Nicaraguaad
ad a d Interim InterimThte IntarlmThiM interimThis
This Is a temporary condition which whichwill whichill whlchwIU
will w ill continue untfi the present provisional provisionalgovernment opr provisionalovernment vt lOftal lOftalgOrnmmt
government g overnment terminates and an Presidential Presidentialelections PreeldeaUallectJoM Presidentiallections
elections e are held next year President PresidentEstrada PretlldentE Presidentstrada
Estrada E strada tr8o has notified the State Depart Department Department Departuent ¬
ment r through Dr Salvador Castrillo Castrillothat CutrJUotbat Castrillothat
that ho Is prepared to pay an indemnity indemnityfor Indemnityfor Indemnityor
for f or the execution of Leroy Cannon and andLeonard andLoonard andeonard
Leonard L eonard Groce the two Americans who whowere whowere whoere
were w ere shot by order of former President PresidentZeiaya PrdantZelaya PresidenteIaya
Zeiaya Z eIaya for parUdpattiic partJel In the revolu revolution revolution revoluion ¬
tion tionlIe t s sHe
He has submitted a af formal rma1 request to tothe totbe I
the t he State Department that tc K commteston comml commissiose ston stonbe L j
be b e sent to Nicaragua Nlcalagtlto to aid In the re rehabilitation rebAbl1Itation mesbflltatloo ¬
habilitation b of the finances of the re republic republle reublic ¬
public publicIt p ublic ublicIt
It is likely that Thomas C Dawson DawsonAmerican DAwsooAmertcaa DawsoaAmsaican
American Mlntatet Minbst at Panama PaJNLm will be bethe bethe hi hihe
the t he American JlMrican coremlootoner It is isected ex expected expected ¬
pected p ected that a a bond lH nd feette will be floated floatedIn ticatocn oeted oetedIn
In i n the United Slate States to the extent of ofabout otabout ol I Ibout
about a bout ISrCOI 5ti < 0t to pa pay the th debt of Nic Nicaragua NlcararuL Nicragna ¬
aragua a ragna The bonds bond will be b secured by bythe byea8t0m8 hi r rha
the t ha customs revenues of the country eowntryThe eo1tBtryTb countryTb
The Tb State Stat Department has been ad advised aelvi8 advised ¬
vised vi8 d of o the appointment of Dr Arellano Arellanoae
ae a 5 the representative repre ncattYe here ber of the Nica Ntearagttan Nicaraguan Nicaaguan
ragttan r government He will succeed su < < eecI Dr DrCaetrllto Drctrillo DrCastrillo
Caetrllto who has been appointed to topost a apoet apo
poet po t on the th Central American merICn court of ofJustice ofju8Uce 0 0ustice
Justice j ustice at Cartago Car Costa Co8t Rica RicaPETWORTH RJcaPETWORTH RicaPETORTII
President t to Get Hearing Be Before Before Before ¬
fore Commissioners
The Petworth CfifaOM Association held heldits heldits heldIts
its flrst rst meeting of the year at Petworth PetworthM
M B C Church vre Shepherd street between betweenGeorgia betweenGocgi toea toeaenle
Georgia avenue enle saul nd Blghtfe Dl t street north Dorthwetrt 1IOrtbWNt northwool
wool teat night nigfetC DlsirtC nightC
C L Gable G bt secretary was directed to tocommunicate tocommUJdcate tocoanmunicate
communicate with the District CommIe ComralepioiMrs CommIeIn CommisfI000rs
pioiMrs in regard to g getting tttoff an appro approDriaUon aJlXOiJrIatJon aproprltlon
DriaUon on estimates beta being < < made for forth torUte forthe
th Ute next fiscal caJ yaw yon for a 8 Are home hoa e In Inthe Intb inthe
tb the suburb He was aiM a requested req1le ted to toaak toUk toask
ask the Coounieetonars to trim the trees tneeMuch tree treeMuch treesMuch
Much complaint was made about the tlMJar pop psilam ¬
Jar tr trees ea in Vtrnum unu arnum street between betweenGeorgia bet16Geor betweenGeorgia
Georgia Geor avenue a Yeoue and Eighth I th street ae s the dieroots theroot theroots
roots are breaking up the sidewalks it itwa Itwq Itwas
wq wa requested that these tJle e trees tree be re removed remove4 removed ¬
moved and other suitable tree tr trees planted plantedThe plantedThe plantedThe
The president of the association a OdtIon was wasdirected wa wadirected wasdirected
directed to get a hearing before UH the Corn Oomml OoaamIutoners Cornmisslopers
ml mIutoners 8toners on the purchase of thirteen thirteenacr thirtoenacne thirteensons
acr acne of ground located near Eagle Ja e Gate Gateentrance Gateentra Gateentrance
entrance entra to Soldiers Home north of Up Upebur Upshur
ebur btir street to be weed as a 8 a public park parktor parktot
tor tot Ptworth
C L U Gable res4s rosiped ed as secretary ow owing owIng owbig ¬
ing to pressure Ie 8ure of b bueln boniness elne s and Isaac C CEllis CEilia CRiBs
Ellis was elected to Ail the vacancy vacancyMr vacancyMrs cane caneJlrJl
Mr Mrs Clara Shnclcelford Dead DeadMrs
Mrs 3 Is Qua Bb b u tcBori e1fMl wife of J 1aaes as W Wfcri Sb ackd ackdford ck ckftrd
ford died at tile b hens M el f h wr parents 31 3D > Pint PintMraet PIntMnet FindMet
Met noatlMMt At 7 7i45 9 odeck oeJodrmo ytstcifrr tHocmtn tHocmtnft ssrlig ssrligafier
afier ft r M fltaMM mo of three vmka MA Ia 1a SbtcMfecd ichstd k kmrvtred Ii Iiwiyet
mrvtred br h R r husband aai thus c dIIIdu dIIIduDomthr thIldarntIiiabeth idrMi Am AmQtebeth
Qtebeth Dorothy EttaDe t3t 1M ad an 5 tafut taat HM HMtocnl TMfwterd Thfrnal
tocnl irttt w l Ufce w tab e pte lIMe e this demeol ft ra OE
Mirth is Gods medicine everybody ought to bathe Jn it Grim Grlsnoare Grimcare ilrimcara
care moroseness anxiety amdetyall all the t e rust of life lifeought 8ught to t6be be b e scoured off o oby
by the oil of mirth mlrtbol1er Oliver Wendell Holmes Holmesv HaImesDo HolmesD
v O you laugh laughK laughNo
Do D K No thats not a funny question questionIf
If you ou think it Is Just pause a 8 moment and look 1 ok over your youracquaintance youracqualntAnoo youracquaintance
acquaintance and Im sure youll find that there are mighty few fewof tewot fewof
of them who really real do laugh laughMost laugh1ost laughMost
Most people smile and one In awhile chuckle or giggle but the thehear thehearty
hearty hear natural naturalS unrestrained laugh that makes you want to laugh too tooeven tooeven tooeven
even If ou dont know what the Joke Is Iswo11
you well thats about as rare as d a a aman aman aman
man who doesnt measure success by money or ora a woman who doesnt doesntJudge doesntjudge doesntjudge
Judge other women by their clothes clothesAnd clothosAnd ciothesAnd
And because because of Its rarity the gift of laughter is an invaluable social socialasset soola1asset socialasset
asset assetA
A man was telling me recently how ho happened to spend an evening eveningat evenin eveninat
at a a summer boardinghouse where there were half a dozen girls and not nota nota nota
a man but himself himselfHe hlmseltHe himselfHe
He told how lie 8 was Introduced to tthe the group and what nice girls girlsthey girlsthey girlsthey
they were and what a shame it was there werent some nice men to toamuse toamuse toamuse
amuse them themDid themDid themDid
Did you yousee see any an of them again 1 I Taskod TaskodYos askod askodYes askodYes
Yes I was1 was back there the neat week and I took one of them themcanoeing themeanoelng themcanoeing
canoeing he said saidIt saidIt saidIt
It was an Interesting opportunity opportu llty to
Inspect the psychology PYC elogy of a amans amans amans
mans choice and find out just ju t why with the pick e of f six a ai ± he chose afto e that thatone thatone thatone
one 11k 11ki K KI
I i put the question Why did you choose that tb t particular ono Was Wasshe Wassho Wasshe
she the prettiest prettiestHo prettiestHo prettiestHo
Ho considered a n moment momentNo momontNo momentNo
No I dont think so I guess it was just because she laughed the themost themost themost
most at my m attempts at wit witYou witYou witYou
You see seeLaughter seeLaugh seeLaughter
Laughter Laugh tor is an oil for the social relations relationsIn
In a crowd on an ocean voyage vo age I noticed one woman whom every everyone eeryone everyone
one seemed to like to talk to I watched and listened and found feUDd It was waanot W8not wasnot
not because she was extraordinarily txtraordlnarlI witty witt or amusing but because she shealways shealwas shealways
always laughed at the proper plaoe with a 8 heartiness and spontaneity S1Ontanel that thatmade thatmade thatmade
made her companions feel that they must bo extraordinarily witty and andamusing UIt1amusing andamusing
amusing amusingMaybe amusinglIn amusingMaybe
Maybe lIn be you ou dont find it easy oas to laugh You are afraid your tOur laugh is isunmusical Isu isunmusical
unmusical unmusicalThen u unmusicalThen 1musloal 1musloalThen
Then make it musical Learn to laugh prettily It can c be done Just Justas justas justas
as an unmusical voice 0100 can be modulated into harmonious tones tonesLlstsn inea ineaListen tonesListen
Listen to your own laugh and nd conscientiously attempt t to make it itroora Itmarc Itmore
marc pleasing If you can afford It go to a 3 singing sln Dg teacher to cher and ask him
to teach you ou how ho to laugh laughAll laughAU laughAll
All that will mako you OU selfconscious seltconscloussome some one protests You will
become affected if you learn to laugh laughDont laughDont laughDont
Dont lot It make you solfconscious Dont be aXeotod aXeotodJust aleotodJust aifeotodJust
Just learn to laugh well enough so that you OU arent afraid to so that thatyou tJtatYOU thatyou
you arent selfconscious and then cultivate a disposition to be t genuinely genuinelyand genuinelyand
and nnd easily casU amusefl and you ou will havo a social talent that will do much muchto muchto
to make you welcome everywhere RUTH CAMSRON caraori caraort caraoriL
Dulin Martin Co CoAttend CoAttend
Attend Our OurDemonstration OurDemonstration
Demonstration Demonstrationof
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I mixes and andkneads andi
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thoroughlyln thoroughlyInThree
Three Minut Minutes MinutesThe s I
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dough doughDWe
DWe are also demonstrat demonstrating demonstrating
ing in our housefurnishing de department department
partment the theUniversal theUniversal
Universal Coffee Percolator PeroolatorUniversal Percolator1Jniversal
Universal Tea Maker MakerUniversal MakerUniversal
Universal Cake Maker MakerUniversal lilakerUniversal
Universal Food Chopper ChopperDulin ChopperDulin
Dulin Martin Co CoPottery CoPottery
Pottery Porcelalo China Glass GlaasSIher GlassSilver
Silver c
1215 F St and 121418 G St Sti StMost
Most Popular Songs SongsFrom
From the theMost theMost
Most Popular Operas OperasVlth
With Piano AccomDILmmentSelected Accompaniment AccompanimentSelected
Selected and Arranged by byPaolo byPaolo
Paolo Galiico GaliicoIntr GaliicoIntroductory
Intr Introductory ductory PrIce
50 Cents CentsPubUahers CentsPublishers
Publishers price 75 cents centsEaeh centsEach
Each pU1h purchaser r or thIs book bookreceives bookreceives
receives a a cop copy or Dictionary or
Music Tenn Terms rmatis TaUs
Army Orders OrdersTbe OrdersTbe OrdersThe
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