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THE WASHINGTON HERAED. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1913.
Wobdward & Lothrop
New York WASHINGTON Paris
An linequaled Opportunity for
WOMEN TO BUY FDR COATS.
This Morning at the Opening of the S,tore We Place on Sale 130 Fine
Fur Coats at One-fourth to One-third Less than Regular Valuations.
DISTINCTIVE styles in Full-length Fur Coats of the
highest quality and richest and most handsome skins
every coat a genuine fur garment true to name, and
perfectly made up in the latest fashions. Included in the
entire assortment are 130 Coats, " embracing all that is
best in every particular and marking many departures in
designing and making of the garments.
We have arranged this sale right at the beginning of
the season, when their wear is required, so as to give
added importance to it and to permit savings at a time
when they will be most appreciated. The savings are as
great as they would ordinarily be at the closing of winter.
NO ONE HEEDItoG A FUR COAT CAN AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE
EVERY COAT MARKED 25 TO 33$ PER CENT BELOW THE
USUAL PRICES AND IN SOME INSTANCES EVEN MORE.
Third Door. G &t
Repairing of Oriental Rugs.
Let not your unfamiliaritytvithOrientalrugs
induce you to neglect a slight attention, such
as having them looked over every now and then
by a reliable expert.
They are house furnishers that are classed
with the best ornaments you have in your home.
They are. one of a kind, and who knows, there
may be a museum piece among them.
If they are as foreign to you as their make
is, call on some one who has the best prestige
in toivn, and who will tell you what they are,
and what they need.
Broadway and ltth St ew York
This famous hotel has been rectmted, ra
dtenrated, refurnished, and marry modem, ur
to-datc appointment! hate been totalled, and
ran be compared farorablj with any In the city
The ONLY First-Class HOTEL
EAIl ALL STEAMSHIP LIXES.
Within aj scctm o erery Tcrtnt of interest.
Half block from Wanamaker'a.
FIr minute walk of Shopping District.
N OTET FOR Excellence of culaine. com
fnctable appointment, courteous terries and
THE CRY BEST ACCOMMODA
TIONS INT THE CITY AT
$1.00 PER DAY UP
7 Minutes from Grand Central Depot
10 Minutes to Leading Stores and
ST. DENIS HOTEL CO.
ilao STA5WU IMXL HOTEL
Albany. IT. Y.
2315-2317 18th St.
Pbona Columbia 88.
Wholesale and Retail.
We Have Moved to Our
18th Street Store
We srlve Herald $33,000 contest Totes.
ISHfi SL and Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
Ws dm Total Is lbs Benld's &, Oostat.
Established - t IK klYiLL N
Washington . . . . j
,2 Years. IH8 H ST N.W. ' C,
"HANDS OFF" POLICY
FOR MRS. SCOTT
President General of D. A. E. Re
iterates Stand in Regard to
Campaign for Presidency.
A reminder that she had promised
not to attempt to name her successor
was all the answer Mrs. Matthew T.
Scott, president general of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution, would
Elve to questions last nlcht about the
campaign for tho presidency general
in which Mrs William Cummins Story
and Mrs John Miller Horton are at
present prominent candidates
While Mrs hcott stated that she was
opposed to the election of Mrs. Storj
now as she had been in the past, sho
said very plainly that she Intended to
take no part whatever In the campaign
I announced that I would not seek
to Influence the Daughters In the elec
tion of my successor," Mrs Scott said.
and I shall adhere to that policy."
The D. A R. Is In snlendlrt financial
condition, Mrs Scott said. She paid
tiv.uuu 01 me Donaea indebtedness a
few days ago. reducing the original
debt of $200,000 to $150,000. It Is nrob-
able. sho said, that $5,000 more will bo
paid on about Christmas.
Mrs. Scott left last night for Jlem-
pnis, wnere sne win attend the Ten.
nessee D. A. R. conference.
The Main Thing.
Mrs. Crawford The Janitor got angry
wnen i xoia nun tne apartment waa cold
Crawford I hope he was angry enough
to answer wun some neat.
Alts ulUI Tittir, tilt lUi Frirttn, Milk-dint,
winner jbj, to.
ECZEMA CAV BE CURED TO STAT.
ad when 1 aty cured, i mew lutt what I tar
OU B-&D. tad not merely ratt&rd up far iwh J,
to return -went tain before. Uraeabrr I mala thli
broad statement after ujltiss ten rears at mr time
an tcH cos alanta aid baodnna' la tbe meantime a
matter of a million cues ot tila dreadful discaae.
Sow. I do sot can what an you din oaed. norhoS
many doctors haw told you that you could sot be
cmwd-ll I at ra fait a riusp. tn thi -.i. t
tal0T!?LJJ.4mJ4ifil about. II Too win writ
ni TO-DAY I win saxf too s FREH TnUL
of my mild, soothinc. snartsteed core tilt wiiTcco
Ttnoa you mors In a day than I or any on eltoi could
ins msiUiVj time. J f you an diaroiedTiDdSiJ
cooriaed. I dan you to errs mo a cnanea to vnwa
ou win enloy
' thoatht till
you wCl aw I
more real comfort than yon had erer th
TSJJ.m i" try it and you
Dr. J. E.CtlU0ir 172 irt Snirs. Sastm Hal0"!! wuh tno cream Cover with a
I&SS;, nk N.u. 2ZSli- ?" "?? the whites of two er
ttantoarndthSaoitol", lwo iespooniuI of suiar. and
cTxcstaat 'lce In the ovtn tinUl a light brotfn.
ON "NEW THOUGHT"
No Adequate Place Is Given Jesus
of Nazareth in This
New Thought" was discussed j ester
day by Rev. James S. Montgomery at
Metropolitan Memorial Methodist Church,
In a sermon entitled, In the Trail of
Destructive Heresies ' Dr. Montgomery
said, in part:
"Wo have with ua to-day what Is known
a tbe New Thought " It lives In the
faith of ideas, and these Ideas are not
Just to be trifled with, with the thought
of tbus laughing them out of court. Many
of thee ideas have fascinated mam In
telligent people and tlmo will separate
the false from thn true
"But the truth Is stirring; there is no
theerlng away from her. for there i
nothing to fear from her absolutely noth
ing. f am not antagonistic to much of Tho
New Thought." I believe In many of her
statements though I do not travel North.
for the sun does not rise in that direc
tion. Doubtless, In clarifying tho Dsychi
logical laws, additional help will bo given
to a better understanding of the Chris
tian life But some of its tenets were not
borne In the college of logrc nor in the
Holy Bible The mystic forces are about
ua and arc being revealed, hitherto they
were stray sunbeams, which twisted our
face into expressions of contempt, and
wo looked side-ways The marvelous phe
nomena of hvpnotiem and telepathy and
the numerous discoveries made to-day are
more than phantasms, they are realities
which will strengthen greatly the good
and resolute habit.
But an ominous danger Is with us. I
ought to be reprobated and disowned It
upsets tbe sacramental biead. and the
dinner's redemptive hymn dies out In the
trail of this heresy we find no adequate
place given Jesus of Nazareth In its lit
erature He Is slmplj a little more than
one of a crowd It does not call upon all
the people to Join in the Miserere" and
direct their eves to Calvary's Cross once
a sign of ignnmtnv and shame, but now
speikinc to the world the holy words
of pardon and peace like an infinite rose
moon In tho sky of humanity. Neither do
we find in the declaration of "Tho New
Thought ' the fact of human guilt, and
rarelv do we stumble upon the stupendous
fact of sin
"Let us proclaim the louder the Evan
gel of His Grace and herald to the world
that Jesus Is alwavs stooping and ATltlng
on tne ground '
MME. EMMA CALVE
MAY LOSE YOKE
Stricken with Throat Trouble in
St. Louis, Engagement
Louis. Mo. Nov 17 Mrae. Kmma
Calv e, the prima donna, w hoso Carmen"
has enthralled three continents, may
never have tho full use of her voice
T- The celebrated diva was forced to can
cei ner engagement at tbe Olympic The
ter to-night at the last moment and is
confined to her room at the Jefferson
Hotel, two tnroat specialists are attend
A congestion of the larynx which keeps
ner irusn speajuug aDove a Whisper be
came more pronounced late In the even-
lng The inflamed condition la confined
to ner mroai, doctors say
Preston Walsh, her manager, blames
Chicago atmospheric condltons for her
mroav maiaay. this waa augmented
when she drove to Valley Park after ar
riving In St. Louis. The evenine mem
in the open aggravated the severe cold
Mme Calve caught In Chicago. Thin
morning when she arose she found she
couia not speoje.
Dr. Greenfield Binder and Dr. nm.t. ir
Campbell were called Immediate!). They
cxuausieu every means to bring back
the diva's voice. After four hour, nf
spraying her condition waa worse -than
It had been at the start.
Mock Cream Pie.
Line a pie plate with rich oruat ..
baJre. Fill with a mixture made of the
following ingredients: One cupful of milk
one of sugarv two taWrspoonfuIs of corn
starch, j oiks of two eggs and vanilla, to
flavor. Cook until thick, then nil .ho
The President and Mrs. Taft will dine
jvlth the Secretary ot the Treasury and
Mrs. MacVeagh on January 2. Tho other
members of the Cabinet will give a din
ner in their honor during tbe succeeding
weeks thereafter, the Secretary of Com
mrce and Labor being the last on the
The President will rejoin Mrs. Taft at
tho Wblto House on Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Christian D. Hemmlck gave an in
formal dinner at "Studio House" last
night In honor of Mrs. Von Gaetner, of
Philadelphia, who Is composing the music
for the opera, "Atalantls," which Mrs.
Hemmlck Is writing. Later In tho evening
the guests were privileged to hear the
first act of "Atalantls."
Mr. and. Mrs. Edson Bradley entertained
at luncheon yesterday at their residence in
Dupont Circle, In compliment to their
daughter. Mrs. Herbert Shlpman. of New
York, who is making them a visit. The
other guests were Mrs. Roscoe Bulmer,
of Annapolis; Miss Marlon Oliver. Vis
count d'Azy, naval attache of the French
Embassy, Count Louis da Sartlges, third
secretary of the French Emabssy; Capt,
L. M. Little, IJ. S M. C , and Lieut. John
C Fremont. U. S. N '
Mr and Mrs Edson Bradley leave for
New York to-dav, accompanied by their
daughter. They have a box at the opera
for every other Monday night. Their
guests to-night at the opera will be Mr.
and Mrs. Bunnell and the Rev. Dr. and
Mrs. Herbert Shlpman.
Mr and Mrs Reld Rogers will give
an Informal dance on December 17 at their
residence in Nineteenth Street.
Mr. II Percival Dodge, American
Minister to Panama, and Mrs. Dodge
and their small daughter, are sailing
for this country on board the George
The British Ambassador nnd Mrs.
Bryce will go to Baltimore to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Francis M.
Jencks, who will give a small dinner
for them that night at their residence,
1 West Mount Vernon Place. The Am
bassador and his wife are going to
Baltimore for tho convention of the
American Civic Association, to bo held
November ID, 20, and 21. The Ambas
sador will deliver an address before
the convention on November 20 On
November 23 he villi be tho guest of
honor at the banquet to be given by
tho members of the Bachelors iJub jf
the Washington Y. M. C. A.
Mr Christian Hemmlck entertained
at a handsomely appointed luncheon
on Frlda In honor of Miss Janet Rlrh
ardH Among her guests were Mrs.
Livingston Hunt. Mrs Wlllett, Miss
Sophy Slebert, Mls Katberlne Jen
nings, and Miss Gladjs Hlncklev.
Of Interest to Washlngtonlans Is the
announcement that Mrs Woodrow 11
son, wife of President-elect 1 llson.
has selected an Ohio girl. Miss Mary
Bayles, of West Union. Ohio, to be her
social secretary here. Miss Bavless
waa formerly clerk of tho Ohio Legis
lature and In the last year has been
serving as secretary to prominent so
ciety women In the East. When In
West Vnlon Miss Btyles". who Is still
in her twenties, was prominent oci il
Iv and took a great Interest In church
The tccretary of Commerce and Labor
Mr. Nagel leaves Washington to-night
for Chicago where he will deliver an
address before the Chicago Association
of Commerce qn Tuesday night.
Mrs Grover Cleveland will lntroduco
her debutanto daughter Miss Esther
Cleveland, to rwietj this afternoon at
their home In Princeton N J
The debut of Miss Cleveland will be it
tended by guests from various parts of
the countr, who will come to pay hom
age to the debutante who was born In
the White House during the second ad
ministration of her father, the late Presi
Mrs. Rockwood Hoar and her daughter.
Miss Frances Helen Hoar, of Washing
ton, who have been spending the late
summer and autumn reason at their
home In Worcester, Mass , have g ne
to Princeton to bo the guests of Mrs.
Cleveland and Miss Cleveland, and to
assist at Miss Cleveland's presentation
Later In the season, when Mrs Cleve
land nnd Miss Cleveland come to Wash
ington, they will bo the guests of Mrs
Hoar Miss Hoar who recently made her
debut In Worcester, will have a coming
cut partv In Washington later In the
An important engagement Just an
nounced Is that of Mis Eleanor Footo
Relfsnlder. daughter of Mr and Mrs J
Milton Reiffnlder, of Westminster Md
tp Capt. Thomas Mathews Robins of the
Corps of Engineers. United States Arn
The wedding will take place the latter
part of the winter Miss Relfsnlder is
widely known and much admired In Bal
timore where she has frequently visited
An Intcreatlng coincidence Is that the
marriage of Mips Relfsnlder s jwln
brother. Ensign Lawrence Fairfax Relf
snlder. I" S N whose engagement to
Miss Louise Munroe. of Annapolis, Md ,
was announced a short time ago, will
take place next Wednesday In thtt i ilv
Because of mourning In Miss Munroe's
family the wedding will be a very quiet
one. Ensign Reirsnldcr ana his nriao win
llvo In Washington where the former Is
Mr Christian D Hemmlck. who is
spending a few days In New York, will
return to Washington on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lelter entertained
a number of the vounger set at lunch
eon jestcrday at their country home in
The Assistant Secretary of State and
Mrs Huntington Wilson are spending aJ
few days In Now York.
Lady Cecil Spring-Rioe, wife of the
new British Ambassador, obtained her
training as a diplomatic hostess In Ber
lin while still a young woman She
Is the only daughter of Sir Frank. Las
celles. who represented Great Britain
In Germany for thirteen J ears. Here she
met her husband while he was an at
tache at her fathers embassy. Sir rranlc
Lascelles had beorr'a widower for many
years, and up to the time when his
daughter married. In 1504. the role of
hostess at the embassy largely devolved
upon her. She U well remembered In
I WANT ta iron It to Tour aaUafactlon. It m
bar Bheumatiam. acute or caronlc eo matter what
your coBrtitkn writt to-day for rar FBEE BOOK
va "IWEUUA'ruui-iU unia and cure," Tboa
aa&ds call It "Tilt meat wonderful book ever writ
tan." Don t md a atamp-tt't ABSOIXTBLI
JX6&E A. OASIV Urpt. X. Erection, Vaaa,
Berlin Court and society circles as an
extremely capable young woman, and her
German friends, who know her social
Citts, predict that she will prove an able
odlutant to her husband here.
Rear Admiral Joseph Giles .Eaton. V.
3. N, retired, and Mrs. Eaton have
sent out Invitations for the marriage of
their daughter. Miss June Louise Eaton,
to Mr. Ralph Preble Keyes at the Ven
dome. In Boston, Mass , on November 26.
A reception will bo held at the Algon
Mrs. Lelshman. tho wife of the Amer
ican Ambassador to Germany, has gone
to France to take a protracted cure ot
recuperation at a sanatorium In the prov
inces. Her daughter. Miss Nancy Lelshman,
Is With her. and her eldest daughter, the
Countess de Gontaut-BIron, Is In Parts.
Mrs. Lelshman's health has not been
good since her arrival In Berlin a J ear
ago, and this Is presumably responsible
for the lack of largo entertaining at the
Tho wedding of Miss Irma Stern, daugh
ter of Rabbi Louis Stern and Mrs. Stern,
will toko place Tuesday evening, Novem
ber 13, at 7 o"clock. In the Eighth Street
Temple. The ceremony will be performed
by the bride's father, assisted by Rabbi
Miss Leona Stern will be her sister's
only attendant, and Mr Alexander B.
Gusdorf. uncle of the bride, will act as
best man Messrs. Daniel B. Gusdorf,
Wallace Lucha, Edgar C Kaufman, Mel
vln Gusdorf, and the bride's brothers, Mr.
David Stern and Mr. Alfred L. Stern,
will be the ushers
The bridal party and relatives of the
bride and groom will be entertained at
dinner at the Hotel Continental after the
ceremony. Cards of Invitation have been
sent out for the ceremony at the Temple.
After a short business session of the
Friends Select School at Eighteenth and
streets, held Saturday evening, an In
formal musicals was given, with Miss
Margery Snyder violin soloist, and Mrs
Howard Wllklns at the piano. Miss Sny
der plaved Souvenir." by Dordla, and
The Swan." by Salnt-Saens. Mrs Wll
klns gave a piano recital, playing "Naft
stuck, ' by Shubert.
The Sccretarv of the Inferior will pre
Idn at the dinner to bei given by the
American Civic Association in Baltimore,
Id. on Wednesday night, November 20.
Miss Alice Boutell entertained a num
ber of friends at tea In her apartment
at the Highlands yesterday afternoon to
meet Miss Constance Anderson, of Ot-
Sic American Ambassador to Franco
anu Mrs Myron T Hrrrlek are passen
gers on tho Mauritania, which sailed for
New York on Saturday . They will make
a short stay In this country before re
turning to Paris.
Others on the Mauretania are the
American Ambassador to the Court of
S-l James, Mr Whltelaw Reld, the re
tiring secretary of the American Em
bassy in Ixmdon. Mr William Phillips
his successor. Mr Irwin B Laughlin,
Mr Robert Bliss, first secretary of the
American Embassy at Paris, and Mrs I.
Mr. and Mrs Perry Johnson were
among tbe guests at the coon hunt on
tnturdaj night given by Mr and Mr
Charles Carroll, of Homewood, Md.
Col. Robert M. Thompson gave a lunch
eon at the Chevy Chase Club yesterdav,
his guets first taking a long horseback
ride through tbe country about Wash
ington. One of the most picturesque weddings
of the autumn seaon waa that of Mr
William Warwick Reynolds, son of C
Leslie Reynolds, superintendent of the
United btates Botanic Gardens, and
grandson of the late Dr William Wood
Cowling, and Miss Annie B. Munnlkhuy-
sen daughter of Mrs. Wakeman Munnlk
huvsen, of Belalr. Md , on Saturday aft
ernoon at -1 o clock
The bride s family on both sides have
been landed proprietors of extensive es
tates for generations, and even to-dav
the ancestral acres belonging to the
familj stretch miles along tho count)
The whole tone ot tho event partook
of the nature of colonial davs. Guests
were met at the station by a small arm)
of grooms and attendants and conveved
the home of the brides mother tn
private carriages, then to the quaint
historic old church of St. Mary s, where
the ceremony1 took place The chancel
: an Eden of glistening green laurel
and gold nnd white blossoms, while
dozens of lighted candles glowed upon
To the strains of the " Bridal Chorus
from IjOhengrln the bride advanced to
chancel on the arm of her brother.
Lieut H D Munnikhuvsen, V S A.,
who had come from his station in ban
Francisco for the ceremony and who
gave her hand In marriage Mr Bruce
Atkinson officiated as best man, and the
ushers were Sydnev Catcs, editor of the
Agricultural Magazine," of Richmond
Va . Karl NIberger, of Pittsburg. Pa
Herbert Cox. of Washington, nnd Wake
man Munnlkhuysen. brother of the bride.
The bride wore her mother's wedding
gonn. a trilling princess robe of rich
brocade with tucker and undersleeves
ot rose point lace, and carried a shower
bouquet of white orchids and lilies of
the valley. Her only ornament was a
diamond and pearl pendant, the gift of
Among the valuable collection of pre
ents was a silver tea service, one of
the gifts to the bride s mother at her
wedding, and a rare dinner set. imported
by the bride's grandfather from Japan
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds will moke their
home in New York, whero Mr. Rejnolds
Is manager for the office of the Pittsburg
Steel Product uompany
Claudius I say. Isn't Mrs. Painter a
Claude Tea: a well-preserved one.
is an art in which we
have held pre-eminence
for half a century and
Effective d ceo rations
for the table, for recep
tions, for weddings, and
all other occasions.
J.H. Small & Sons
Corner 15th and H
tValdorf.Aat oris 1153 Broadway
Whether elaborate dis-
play or a simple floral
arrangement be desired,
we always succeed in se
curing the most pleasing
Glad to consult with
ou concerning flowers
for weddings or anj
function jou may con
Phone M 3707.
Cor. 14th & H
Our Candles are much better
than tbe factory kind. It Is pure,
sweet, and wholesome made by
expert candy makers. In a clean
229-231 PA. AVE. S. E.
For Health and Pleasure
For Sale Icrjnbfrr.
Sate tbr froum top eood for Her
ald content Yotm for eey penny of
The Choicest the Market
Affords Can Always
Be Found at
4th and H Streets N. E.
We clfe Herald (3,000 contest votes.
BE1 I Afi4A CLOSED
M-AT Tiiiiionn, niintt. m svTinnv, with kkida-y vd
MAM3IOTH (OMIHMTION. TWO t.IlEAT TTOCTIOH niTED,
THE WINTER GARDEN CO.
AMU prevent the contllct nnd ntnnt elaborate entertainment rrcr ren
oiititlde "Verr 1 ork.
and her company, Including
BARNEY BERNARD, HARRY PILCER, and MELVILLE ELLIS
In conjunction lth
THE WHIRL OF SOCIETY
Ada I mU, Ijiwrence DOraa, Fannie Ilrtee, Walter Weaton, Courtenay
Mntern. Urar Hehivarz, I aura Hamilton. Lee Harrison. Floreace Cable,
tbe i abftlloM, and combined beauty chora.
MlTi; Tickets purchased for Monday. Tuenda?. and Wednesday can
be exchansed for tbe alor. l'lenty of tncdlumpfirrd seats.
Itipilar .! M
rii-ulKbt at sill.
Vint-.. Vrd..V. Mit.
li-nn 50T "I Jl 00
The I.atrM Knropran Operetta.
THE WOMAN HATERS' CLUB
r"rom th .crm;m 4 Ii FYm icnfrr- b
LMi sTfIN aid ltlt 11NDU
I m i f Tie Merry i4o
Muni? by bdmuntl ler Vmcncan Rook and
LjTir lTr GeiTEr II trt Onsinil Vftrr Th
iter (New lort last f TTentv
NEXT W hKK eat alr Thursd
Matinfc Thur. (Tru-k,r"L l awl b
The De Kovon Opera Co.
Dam 1 rtli ir Mtr
lYcmts the iri H if K Pct!Ta.
Th- ati" U.M Ofa
With (.ranil Oiiem Ml.stnr fail
NOTr Mall an! ! I irn nrt -n unri'letl
during thn rnrigrmtnl
Tuesday Afternoon, Nov. 26, 4:30
New York Orchestra
Josct Btraiukr. Conductor
MIxha IHman Sololit
TicVrta-SlSJ C.00. JLaO, JLW, at T. Arthur
Bmlthf. 133 P St
The Six Kirksmith Sisters
In a norelty muwal act MXISH-' tho heary
ttetht jol I'vl'UV IlELVl.S klntliw Tm
iimajc, i'lUTZ IIOUhTOS tbe cartounbt iUl
NIB & riRME. one-Ward acrobau 1UCUARUS
& KILL' In At toe Uub and to HICRVIW
BROS. In The Dttcrtirc Drtntnl
Mill . Ill Still. :sc
MAT1 TliES TUmS ANU SAT
A Oreat Kay From a Orrat J.ort.
LIFE'S SHOP WINDOW
eeoaationtUy Oreat Drama
SutWwIt-TnEOAI! OF the muitr.
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THE Window Refriger
ator is practically an
Attached conveniently outside
of the window, food will
keep perfectly during the
winter months without ice.
Made of aluminum-coated
galvanized iron, is" sanitary
and rustproof. Price, with
complete attachments for put
ting in place,
Dulin & Martin Co.
Pottery, PorreUlo, China, Glass,
1215 F St. and 1214-18 6 St
You Will Always Find at
"The Piano Merchant,"
A Complete Stock of the Best
Made Pianos Including
As Well as the Wonderful
And a Complete Line of
Sheet Music, &c.
Prices and Term to Suit AH.
1330 G Street.
We clve Herald X35.0OO content votes
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