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S.. Kann, Sono
Always the Best of Everything REAL El Bi LOW price is not tje on ways couple high qualit: shop here. These price i Women's Our regular 50C. qualit) . ~high-grade material, will be * only at, per pair.......... Big Price Very decisive price reductions . partment. There's just about enoi . 0 Fine Strictly All-wool Tailor-made * large variety of cloths and colorings. Ti the nobby Norfolk style, and have the , turn-back cuffs. The skirts are maGe 1 . strapped seams to match Jacket. Thes $lti.) suits and -- have been popular sellers at that price. nn *IEsp,cially marked for tomorrow's sell ing at................. *AEBig M4 We have a limited quantity c n the prettiest effects of the seasc *ground, with neat black patterns,a quality that we have sold at 5oc. ya First floor-Section M. Drillian Brilliantine is a most popul; is a lustrous dressy weave. Three Unlined Black Brilliantine Waists, made of Imported high luster material, trimmed with a box plait on each side and small tucks, pleated back, new In verted pleat front and finished with tailor - stitched latest style stock and cuffs. -All sizes up to 44. A big attraction tomor row at.................... Closng( The woman who needs a Lot told here. We are closing out the: Women's Lounging Robes made of extra good quaHty rippled eiderdown, in pink. old rose and gray, with ftted b"k felled seams, turn-back cuffs, large pointed colar and bound with satin folds. 'I garment is finished with silk cord and tassel, and has sold all season at $5.50. Cut -tomorrow$3o48 to..................... Lounging Robes-2d floor-front. Allu A line of Neckwear that-to morrow only: 100 doen of High-class Washable 8 and plain madras, pique. duck and other plain and striped materials. These are and Golf Stocks, with narrow and ends. BeautIful qualIties and new d Values up to 50c. To be closed out toir * each, at................................ Washable Mull Twice-around Auto stItched turn-over and colored and whli tiful assortment of Turn-over Collars,.. newest effects and light colorings, such a blue, pink and all white. The SEc. kind ed tomorrow, choice at..,.......... There isn't anything in the wi strong bids for your patronage. -black and all colors; sold Jflff -everywhere at 30c. yard. 7 -Special at............... -5G pieces of 36-Inch -MAoire-finish Fast Black Perealine. Special, per (Y~V _ yard.................. Genuine Herring . _bone Hair Cloth, ape- f -cial, per yard at... J2tae A Spring S~ It's an acknowledged fact tha -row we shali mark even our own 500) gross of Pearl Buttons, sine 16, 18, E) and 22. Price, per card of two dozen....................... 1,200 grs of Pearl Buttons, sise 16, 1A. 20. 22 and 2d. Price, for card ~ oft two doses.................... = Busy Hook andl Uye. -perfect spH,n&, -will never rust. Per grss S0c.; card for................ LUberty Hook and Eye, very Mu- IOc perior and durable, 6 carwh fr. Cling Socket Gament Fastener, - the kind that cling, made to Oli a demand for a reafly first-class fasteher. N Per dozen...................... . Sanitary Saflety Pins. will notl. rust, per doses, se., 4c., and..... A new line of ~ Feather-stitch Brais - Eered, per plece, at 40Oc..S. and........................... Xmas Linter , Twist, dese 15 spoos f$ $P.; per ool.-.. a 0 Klng's Sewing Cotton, nfared tomorrow, diesn ~oot for.... for the Least Money. Store Opens al at 9 P. . CONOPHES JSY CORN[ ly consideration in buying. Quality is merchandise with a low price-that' tems fully illustrate: 50c. Storm Ru' r of Women's Storm Rubbers, made offered as a special leader for tomorr Cuts in Suits a have been made for the benefit of We igh of these for one day's selling: Walking Suits, in a Fine Strictly All e Jackets are cut in iew puff sleeve and made Walking Sk ill -Ilare, and have - cellent shade of OX arm our regular en-gore flare, with tom. All lengths f A regular $6.48 ski offered tomorrow a Suit Department Erk Down it i beautiful Genuine Imported Frenid n, such as light grounds with floral is well as dark grounds, in navy, roya d. Offered for tomorrow at, per yd. t Brilliantine .r material for waists, as it readily sha pecials in Brilliantine Waists for tot Brilliantine Waists In black and cream, trimmed with broad stitched pleats, but ton at side effeot finished with large fine pearl buttons. lined with good quality per caline. AR sixes up to 44. A price attraction$2e50 at........... )ut Loungir nging Robe for the cool mornings ye e garments, and the prices, as may be Women's Rippled Eiderdown Lounging Robes. :in old rose, gray and striped effects, made with ftted back and fin shed with large sailor collar, bell sleeves and pockets. This robe is .trimmed around sleeves and collar; also down. the front with folds of satin and silk frogs, cord and tassel. A regular $6.0 quali- - , ty. Cut tomorrow to.. ring Neckv ok at is to covet; and to covet is to bu tocks, made of sI Pretty effects In A _+ I with colored and w Aon able Madras Stock esigs. fl0e. Choice tomorr orrow,f Jv .A splendid asso 'bl is ihhm ars, Washable Cu~ in the over Top Collars a s light IIWorth up to 98c. offer- lv l Dp, is in Staple L .y of Linings but what you will find 364Inch Luster Mercer ized Sateens. In fast black and all colors, a regular 8c 80c. value, -at............ 86-inch SIlk-finish Percaline. in tast IiU black and colors, A c a 2Oc. value, for.. 25 pieces of Nubian Fast Black Percaline, lj a guaranteed quality, / C at, per yard.......... Lie of Small We nd Dressmakei t we always undersell in Notions and low prices still lower. These illustrat Kann's Silk Taffeta Binding, ', dozen pieces for 75c.; per spool.... de bail."".*****:.....2c. -Luau Dress Shields, contain no rub ber, guarnt ed dre ever pair war. pair, 21c., 18e., 1e. and..4 Queen and Crow Collar Foun- 3 dations, per collar............... King Cotton Bating S larpe bats for.................... White Cotton Ubhetig, three IlL. sheets for................... Light-weight Dree Uhielda, - Elk Garter WA, %-y. strta 9 The 16e. kind tomoerow fsr... Balding's Beet Useing. Ellk, M0-yard apool., pm er lase8c.: a- 'E.. yard speel, per desa... N,, SON St1& S. ~me-w 8:30; Close a S3; SOrdaP AT THE equally as important. We al a why it is always real economy to bbers, 39c. Of3 C nd Skirts. dnesday's shoppers in our Suit De - wool Taor - irts, li an ex ford, cut sev stitched bot rom 38 to d4. rt. Especaly 0 t ................ -Second Flor. Challis.. Ml-wool Cha%ij designs, and white 1, etc. It's the same Waists. kes off the dust-is durable-and morrow: Brillantine Waists made of imported metallic dot material, in navy and black. with neat white dots, broad pleat effect, tailor-stitched. Hned with fine percallne and - finished with latest style stock and cuffs. All sizes up to - 44. A price attraction 95 at........... Waist Dept., Second Floor. ig Robes.. t in store should not skip the news seen, are cut deeply. Women's Lounging Robes, made of ex tra good quality ripple eiderdown, in gray and old rose, fitted back and fn Ished with large sailor collar, bell sleeves and pockets. The garment Is trimmed with deep folds of stitched satin, French knots, aftk frogs, cord and tassel. A regular $7.98 garment Cut to morrow to............. iy. These prices are named for to. Washable Automobile Ties, hite turn-overs; also Wash a, very nobby. Wor'th up to rtment of Silk Stocks and'Ties, Lace Col ff and Collar Sets, Turn nd other pretty new effects. - iC Choice tomorrow at..... 1st floor, Sections G and H. In ings. it in this department. These are 86-Inch Spun-gla-in-, Ish Lining, in fast black lI pe ad t.and all colors. Special. Guaranteed Shrunk Canvas, in black, grar 7 1 and white, a regular 2 iv 12%c. quality, offered at.; Lining Dept-Flrst fleer,. section 1, opposite Notions. -is' Pindings. Dressmakers' Findings. Tomor C: WteCotton Tape, 26-yd. picstomorrow for............. . Grii Steel seiame.~ high grade, will sharpen free fee co year; in five th regular 75c. and- $ L.. The Frede Safety Pin, 3 domen i, Kknmey & Ehnmsy -Improved 1i, Long-Waist Lengthener., for.... aPu 0. N.?T. Best MO-yard Maehine2 Coftto, 6 spools fere.......... Ge Mnn ok and rs aekand silvered. 2 deoea an card. Spoo.-. dmal. 6 cards for.............. Real Shell Whalebones. 8S-inch strips. wrnented not to break, OE-2~. led I*seme for. .. Notion Departumet--Irst Pha0--s6 tion N. 11tn s : 31 ,for si 4att~. frwte,t Mfs of 08S -sice t. Ir meeting *CAWH a. 5K bas been egagt in exazatuson of blaim sub Witted to it iftder the law of Giarch 2. 91, efating the cmmission. The extension of the lifetime of the tmmission waS made on a ahowin* of the necessity therefoipresent et by Mr. W. E Chandler.. preIdent .of the conmission. Mr.Chandler in a letter to the Pesddnfi, da'tJiau,r t says that the total nulabbr-of claims pres1td to the Oopnission 1s5 l-and the amount claimed W1f72,0t7. Of these Ytrans 1a afe. for damages caused to enlisted seamen on the battle ship Main& by the explosion in Ha vana harbor, February 15, 1898; twenty-two are for iersonal injuries -rceived In various ways - from Spanish av~tortties; fourteen are fot damages on account 'of both -per sonal injuries. and property losses, aud 3M4 are for damages t6 real and personal prop erty. The amounts claimed. as above clas sifed. are as folloW -- For personal Injuries suffered by seamen en battle ship Maini, $2,5,200. For personal ininI'les received from Span ish authorities, 2,251,50g. For damages to real and personal prop erty, $56,495,877. Total, $61,672,077. Classifincation O Claim& The claims for indemnity on account of property losses appear from the petitions, Mr. Chandler sayw- to be about equally di vided into two e s-.(1) those in which the acts complalned of were committed by Cuban insurgentv,,- (2) thoe6 -i which the acts were committed by Spanish forces. These claims relata t6 about twenty of the ZD7 sugar centrals or large sugar millp in Cuba, and t& aboutWO0 of the landed estates in the Island, which number 15,521 sugar plantations, 15,831- ioba'eco plantatiobs and 00,711 farms. An awar4pf $3,000 was made for damages arising from arrest and im prisonment of a United States citizen in Cuba in 18W6. The 152 cases arising from the destruction of the. Maine have been dis missd on the ground that individual claims do not arise in favo- of the officers and sea men of a ship of w&Z for injuries received wh!le in line of duty and for which a for eign government .is responsible. The pres ent status of the remaining 38 cases now pending is as follows: At issue, 47; on demurrers, 163; on mo tions for more speciMc statements, 86; on stipulations for continqance and for more specific statements. 17; on motions to-strike out parts of petitions. 17; awaiting action of Attorney General, where demurrers have been overruled, 14;- awaiting action of at torneys for claimants, where demurrers have been sustained, Total, 3O. There was In te nal act of Congress of March 2, 1901, p ress authority given for the taking of tf4timony outside the United States; and, Olay in this matter occurred pending 4pgge of an act of Coa gress June 28, 19", authorizing such testi mony to be taken. Such other delay as has occurred, it is statd, has been due entirely to the neeessity of gi*ing the goiernment ample time for Investigation and counsel time to -Rrepare cases. 6UGGTANDXZW5 Comntissionermiake Report on .Nuse The Commissioners have forwarded to Congress a reportbot ous bill 17M(&, "To authorise the AmacoWa,,.Surrattsville and Brandywine IMectrioitailway Company .to exten4 its,streelt ra*wg In the. Distriot-of ColuIbiA." ho QDlsmionera forward a map showing-the proposed.etension. There is also shown the -,nly existing line of street railway in Anacostia and the pro posed line of the east Washington Heights Traction Railroad Company, the charter for which was gianted June'181, ISK to be completed In two years, which time was ex tended for two years by act of April 30. 1900. and for an additional twelve months by the act of luly 1. 1902. Practicaly no work, it Is said, has been done on this line. Speaking of the proposed Brandywine and Surrattaville road's extension into the Dis trict, the Commissioners say: "The road over which it is Intended to construct the railway is but sixty feet wide within the limits of Anacostia, and narrows down in the Good Hope road -to about forty feet. As It approaches Good Hope the Walker r;9ad Is but thirty-five feet wide. .This is too narrow for a street railway, and it Is rebommended that a pro vision be Inserted-al the end of section 1 similar to the one contained in the charter of the 1%st Washington Heights Traction Railroad Company, which provides that when the route described coincides with that of a country road of less width than sixty-six feet the right of way of the rail road shall be outside the regular roadway." The Ceamtlotnes suggest a number' of amendments In the bill to make its pro - visions conform to the railroad regulation bRi. They especially suggest that the ques tion of transfers could be better handled under the provisions of the general bil. The Commissioners say they are In favor of Increasing the street railway faciHities east bf the Anacostia river. They further call attention to the fact that the Navy Yard bridge should be rebuilt. ANOTR~ IDUSTET, Andoned Oyste Reds Producing L.arg. Qunttie. of elams. Dredging for clams has now become one of the most important industries of the eastern shore .of Virginia, -especially -In. the waters adjacent to Poeomoke sound. It has been found that formner oyster grounds, open to publne dyedging, .Whidj had become entirely, barren Qfost&rs,- are now pr'oduc ing an enormous quantity of fuRl - claas which come without the trodible of plant ing and without caft, Anu hundreds of men, who were formerly employed in tak ing oysters from: these beds, now find good paying employment lq- scraping up clams, which sell in this and other usgkets at from 82.50 .to 3-er -1,(@S at almost any -sea. so'n of the year,; jp aytteulady.in summer. It has been elagued utha the clam, would only grow in se*sum,$' bttam but It-is- now found that *"* +-er Pmg, as they not t nclamamig grounds are scrapedover-Witir-patent tongs, and- sen nasLhmamnas-e takes. A few month e, btom n e aain thic It is stated by those who haeeitthatthe young clams bury themselveSa Wtheead or muand and the sae ponIaa iha other crop ofteThe supply eemis to be praesenlrtiezhanstibia, and iany persons owgMctat of worn out oystr rcia re,them to e us on and grw.year,-it is-he leved, they will be feuWon these bottoms iquantities to say~ hbWmaana work. saet and l~to be sueirto the clam enmi ~ ~ ax M tnater itnd Mm 811088 1ad a Iarge dow vy as their guestaat dinner last night, tfte present ,)MSenater and MrM Al ter. wenater and,IIL O X Platt,.ege sentatit" and Mr Metcalf, eeht and Kr& 9fts,-..Captai and Md. C"dle6 Represetative Gillett. J&r. and Mr GuyWrZ7an 2f maronef Now eh r, M. ad Mrs. ArChUM opkins, Genal S. B. X. Young. Mrs. Hat, Gen, Wiian Croser, Mr,: Hyde of Mfte, As sitant Seeretary of War Sanger, Miss Jose phline. Boardan, .Mrs Seabury Ford, Mr. Longworwi', Mr. Nelsoi Cromwell and Miss 1betps. After dinner Mfs. esbury Ford sang Senator and Mrs. Depew gave a large dinner last night whe their guests were Senator and Mrs. Lodge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'G. Glover, M,. and Mrs. Thomas F. 'Walsh; Mr. and Mrs. Lothr'op Bradley, Mr' and Mrs. John W. Foster, Mrs. Benja, min F. Warderi Mrs. -Edes, Miss Sherrill, Miss Wallach, .tbe Misses Patten. Senator Hale,. Senator Fairbanks, Representative Morrell, Mr. Piano. Mr. Wo6dbury Blair and Mr. Henry K. Thaw. Miss Terry, daughter of Admiral Terry, left town this morning in company with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred-S. GIII6t for avisit td New Orleans, and will .be gone .until March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Patterson. for merly of Washington, D. C., announce the marriage of their daughter. C.' Virginia, to Mr. William H. Hyde of Ravenna, Ohio, in Altoona, by. the Rt. Rev. Bishop Garvey, on the 10th day of February. No cards. Mrs. Anna K. Green Rohlfs, the well known novelist, is~at the New Willard. Company H of the Western High School will give a dancing party at the Hotel Gor don Friday night, February 20. The chap erons are Miss Westcott, Mrs. H. N. Stokes, Mrs. Richard Rathbun. Mrs.' O. Howard Clark, Mrs. Irene -O. Young, Miss Bently and Miss Reed. A valentine party was given by Miss Ethel E. and Master Emery L: Laster, at 1427 Binney street, on- aturday evening. .The entertainment opened with a heart piercing contest, -the prines being won by Miss Helen E. Pyles and Master George Hinds. Then followed a progressive heart game. which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The prizes were won by Misses Wini fred Hyde, Helen Pyles, Minnie West, Ani ta Swingel and -Masters Robert Swingel, Leslie Prince and Bruce Cleveland. After dancing the entire company proceeded to the dining room, which was decorated with red hearts of every size. A unique feature of the evening was the selection of partners through the matching of- Mother Goose rhymes, on valentine hearts, drawn by each. After a boundful repast dancing fol lowed.. Those present were the Misses Winifred' Hyde, Helen Farrington, Ruth Lang, Ellen Moffett, aarmina Stokes, Elaie Ladd, Nelle Harveycutter, Minnie West, Ethel Summy, Elote Guerdrum. Edith Eber bach, Maren Hines. Florence Day. Anita Swingef, Florence Sileby, Heleri Pyles and Messrs, Leslie Prince, Clifford Whyte, Bronson Jiftell, Erriest Bell, Carl Ray mond, Ralph Jqwell, George Hinds, Bruce Cleveland. Robert dingel, Charles Gordon, Howard Cleveland, Zane Pyles and Wil son SlIsby. Mr. and Mrs. P. '. Fingles celebrated: their crystal wedding last Saturday night at their boine, No. 446 Masaachusetts- ave nue. The bride of ffteen years ago was at tired In white organdle and wore a corsage bouquet of white hyacinths and lilies of the valley. The couple was assisted in receiv ing by Miss Marie Stewart, in pink organdie; Miss Bertha Burgee. in blue crepe de chine, and Miss Kathryn Fingles, in~light blue or gandie.. The'house 'was beautifuHy decorat ed with flags, palms and cut Bowers. A goodly number of Mr. Fhigle's brother ]lks were present, and during the evening Mr. Albert Sillers. In their behalf, pre setted -the couple with a hansome crystal punch bowl. to which Mr. Fingles briefly but feelingly responded. The other crystal gifts were numerous and elegant. During the evening the guests were entertained by the Misses Margaret and Mary Dore, piano and violin; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Muel ler,duet; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. fchwartzand Miss Hannah Schwartz, trio; Miss Agnes Wade, piano; Mr. Frank Rebstock, in several songs, assisted by Mr. J. D. Frasee, and Mr. John Maxwell and Mr. Robert Mitchell, recitations. Among -those present were Mr. William Price, Mr. H. Allen. Mr. F. Swiggard, Dr. Roche, Mr. John Maxwell, Col. Urell, Mr. Jess Jackson, Mr. W. E. Devine, Mr. Al bert Sillers and wife, Mr. George Garner and wife, Mr. Robert Mitchell, Mr. Frank Rebstock, Mr. Larry Mangan, Mr. J. T. Leary. Mr. F. Clarkson and wife, Mr. F. Wagner and wife, Mr. -Mueller and wife, Mr. 3. D. Frasee, Mr. J. J. Shulter, Mr. H. Stantleman, Mrs. Buddecke, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Burgee, Miss Irene Wade, Mr. Ed. Burgee. Miss Bertha Burgee and Miss Le rena Burgee. AS THEY IMED UP. Ofenders Before Police Court and the Pena~lties Incurred. Herbert Taylor, nineteen years old, who rsides near the corner of 12th and L-streets southeast, was convicted in the Police Court this morning on a charge of theft, and will spend two months in jail in default of a fine of 820, imposed by Judge Kimball. Taylor was arrested by Mounted.Polinemsn Dent for carrying of a piece of brass valued at 12.30 from one of th.e Pennsylvania Rail road Company's cars, which was standing on -a siding near the navy yard yesterday afternoon. Randolph T. Viol4tt, a shoe salesman, de manded a jury trial when he was arraigned on a charge of assaulting Nathaniel Sanger, a merchant at 621 7th street northwest. He furnished 820) collateral for his appearance at a later date. James W. Brown, colored, employed as a driver by S. S. Daish, had some troub'e with his employer yesterday afternoon and was discharged. He did not like the idea of losing his ppsition, and as a result of his conduct Poiea Ranher' took him into custody,- on a charge of disorderly conduct. He denied to Judge Scott this morning that he had done anything wrong, bitt the court failed to agree with him, and levied a tax of $10,. with, thirty dalys on the farm as the altern-atlve. "Guilty," said Robert Taylor, colored, who appeared-in court on a charge of disorderly conduct. "Stooting craps in South Washington last night,"' Policeman Cullinane reported. ."Want to say anything?" Judge ecott in quired. "No, sir" '"'Ten dollars or thirty days,"' was what his honor said. Work-4nmal Item. Moseis Grant, colored. forty-seven years *Id, dropped dead this morning about" I *'clpse. while at work at the stdne yard of Charles . Ounth & Son, on Water street sear 82d street. It is thought thqt dranrs death was due to heart ilSure. from which he, it' is said, was knora to have .sunpd .t various thns, Coroer evtwas sott fled, and it is unagrateed )sm 'lIl yiew ties rlas Itt tais atterasne The de sa. psMe at Ih9S Gemse etreet. Have won their la merits. The Long for 1903 reflect th, woman's attire. styles to se varietyr that is cerl identical garmen your figurev requ accentuate its beai correct its Aefects. Styles425at S.M a" 4X Maude- Batwe Wi h e's pron MOeiI .More expensiv .e patt quisitely. finished, ma corset materials if yo them. A Shape for Every At the New Na rime. Yale will again I Ington with one of her Ir and High-Class Entertai to take place at the New P or expsv p attse i m. foutisitestinadistructive cn norset matrils dpic, ntem ,a,c. tei.. o. Atwsther Noe Ni N.Y liD:Tsyta me. ale an ebingo winlth onegn at hei anesd HihCasbetfu of faetati to tage andhe bat sehaed be, a RCNTBet ITgha re.Yas4 o otneaer tchsear traMm. Leamnt ofar.ttu Kenn Soend &e (at fowr thierinresti-- and- withrctarv GHCAhegalpuli anot ven aeth Decan .indor e by resst atd thublic, *se oltlowang etcky a-rn e. aleding ne aher ==ciese==.e -eut Ctuhe :ae e-b acheve. WhE) en thatMe. Yale stee sp ah taeb ae nh beatiful of gicr, beuifl ofiguee aer eeters weret tossenand arm a maeti tht s beind the ea t. wees continuehaebaher tegchiegunbeartf'uit. bm asei beai hen ue seld her aeh b. mist.UW. An t s ees oabis umw a'et , cld.,att iterm .efor te jae bee'ams to- be seeeehe snerte baee- he aee d Whe ie . Y,' aen~e n g the btMaep eepd aetm aR rat 1mM-ges asesgh Her sme.rp n a *ll MU th a e bloo g s S e ias lie e els that..With binde matem, skis eual aneb, sb--- me aus- as a s as s Ias - mi ht h - Iai- Afrtas hoyavem beemrss wiesheramdte.agh as bhins 1ata Al s emil@ . ethi litlei sp. gge sdemial ee etobe Mogebf toa M Corsets urels fairly on their elo Models e newest styles in There are 150 lect from-a ain to contain the t that ires to ity and at$1.50 )a sup ers ex le of any u desire Figure. [AL.T.HEATER Beauty's Exponent MADAME TO Lecture tional Theater. avor the Ladles of Wash istructive Beauty Lectures nents on Physical Culture' iational Theater - :lay, Feb. 119, o Pe.. ale's Remedies at the Toilet Goods :o. a FREE TICKET IS GIVEN lecture. Mmne. Yale is so well known ids and remedies so universally used Further comment is unnecessary. .,.em er tl. e...tr,...paolmm trme. Y.i. ndorsing lime. Vale. N~ABHVILKU BANNEB: The certain slo.wiy roe and Maes. Ta5e, irn eli ber lasvinv ap peared before her admiing aaiece. e eay that as to lemly giem het a bant idea et her beauty. Her bright eye. dal wfth the bell Itaey and be et geis and et ary yeuth. 3UpTAL NEWS: Mm. Yale gaeked the Star Theater with tadie. keek em muaaSli . ha probably meter bea en a tis the aty. - NV)TIO TEEB: All aee tat she was eertatmly the at aarele women known to ike earth esms Beim ot Trey drove uen uabd with her eams. - have ihened .her to the ramed ni gmie of Vedas de MOe. Geee eande ba her es merest. ATEAYTA CONSTITUTION: Der heed te well shaped and ell plied spee a samet thseat.. K Ese ee (a he eses et a std*e -ara Sittnly aedeled, meek end ar- as per. bet as Oemee eastme. MEiPDES APPRUAL - AVAANOH:. Thee was a Ielt~ saelUe is-bs ees t bme me ly aiee bead bowed te gusaI sekemIdg meat eta ikue wie wtlqb ehe was me selved. It was ab-Eited aS. aR-h bed Mi esportemnity to &- Ba ueek m (ta *0be a e... SAN 131U (inOi5ui Nimin de L'Deele was se mere gifted thae -s eilet e~a-r--t ash Art 41 Beauty ame rab.sea masS.dd with sea bl-t--*- bee ama a asi whose Senem m a k teg d.ste. DOWnost NIJiAe A w .aji bessay, 4 iagaag heask smer- uiisie., et ase Sa me es at ee e inde bet d lube.