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To Open at Library An exhibition of the works of W. Somerset Maugham, the English author, will be opened Sunday at the Library of Congress, Luther H. Evans, librarian, announced to day. The display will follow Mr. Maugham’s presentation to the li brary tomorrow of the original manuscript of “Of Human Bondage.” In addition to this manuscript, other high lights of the exhibition will be the original typescript of “A Writer's Note Book,” an unpub lished journal by Mr. Maugham, and 20 original typescripts of plays writ ten by the author or adapted by other playwrights from his writings. Among them are “Rain,” which was adapted from his famous short story first entitled “Miss Thompson,” “The Letter,’’ “The Circle,” “For Services Rendered.” and “A Man of Honor,” his first play. The complete story of the pub lication of his most recent novel, “Then and Now,” is visually told through the original manuscript in the author’s handwriting, the type script prepared from the manu script for the use of the compositor, a set of the galley proofs with the author’s corrections, and, finally, the original design for the title page. Printed materials in the exhibi tion include important first editions, first printings of many of his fa mous short stories, reviews by Eng lish and American dramatic and literary critics, and feature articles which have been written on his life and work. Closing date of the exhibition has not been announced. Births Reported Frank and Helen Alvord. girl. Howard and Helen Barkey, girl. David and Mary Battle, girl. Reamer and Betty Calhoun, boy. Harry and Anne Chase, boy. Lawrence and Elizabeth Churchill, boy. Maynard and Phyllis Cohen, boy. John and Leona Conlon. boy. Gilbert and Dorothy Conn. girl. Carl and Winifred Day. boy. Harry and Helen De Wald. boy. Leonard, jr.. and Marguerite Dewey, boy. John and Mary Dietz, girl. Reed and Martlfa Dunham, boy. Earl and Dorothy Erhardt. girl. Dayton and Mary Feeman, boy. George and Lillian Ferriter. boy Wayne and Emma Frakenfield. boy. John and Nathalie Griffith, boy. Charles and Helen Harman, boy. Gordon and Ruth Henderson, boy. Charles and Virginia Helwig. girl. Joseph and Martha Hicks, boy. Joseph and Emma Hoffman, boy. Edgar and Bernice Hudson, boy. Lee and Virginia Jachowski. boy Howard and Dorothy Kalisch. girl. John and Angela Kehoe. girl. Robert and Estelle Kenney, boy. James and Louise Kirkwood, boy. Verlin and Dorothy Miller, girl. Curtis and Margaret Mimna. boy. Herman and Anna Morgan, girl. Ivan and Ella Munson, boy. Thomas, jr., and Helen Murphy, boy. Joseph and Mary McEachern, girl. Perry and Ruth McElroy. boy. NjQrman and Pearl McKernan. boy. Harold and Joan Petrie, girl. Charles and Marjorie Pierce, boy. James and Anita Richitt. boy. Howard and Audrey Rickman, boy. Paul and Catherine Robins :: . qirl. Nathaniel and Mar*To~' boy. Edward and Lillian Schmidt. girL Saleslady wonted for better type fur shop Excellent Salary in a permanent position with pleasant working conditions Saks 610 12th Street j Thomas and Ellen Schmitt, boy. Leo and Ada Sorkin, boy. James and Louise Souder, boy. David and Pruda Spates, girl. Walmer and Doris Strope, boy. Samuel and Mary Sweeny, boy. Robert and Muriel Trost, boy. Anthony and Marion Wanat. girl. Francis and Mary Welch, girl. John and Jewell Williams, girl. Oren and Kathleen Womack, boy. Olln and Elizabeth Woodrum, girl, i Luby and Alice Benton, boy. Stephen and Minnie Bolton, girl. Floyd and Queen Bonner, girl. John and Marguerite Davis, girl. Eddie and Irene Dawkins, girl. Howard and Lois Erwin, boy. Albert and Elnora Fells, boy. Newville and Susie Gaines, girl. James and Edith Grant, girl. Garnet and Hazel Hall, girl. Sidney and Ethel Jones, girl. Bernard and Helene Jones, boy Milton and Rose Luck, twin boys. Matthew and Jessie Marsh, boy. I Armstead and Christine Morris, girl. James and Lola Nichols, boy. Virgil and Elaine Nixon, girl. Clifton and Frances Owens, girl. Andrew and Helen Proctor, boy. James and Ethel Taylor, boy. Edward and Edith Thomas, girl. Andrew and Beatrice Turner, boy. Alvin »nd Eleanor Valentine, boy. Harold and Margaret Ward. girl. Kenneth and Boothie Washington, box. Harris and Yvonne Whitlock, boy. Laurence and Katie Wilson, alrl. Deaths Reported Florence Hoffman, 88. Blue Plains, D. C. Mary H. Smith, 84, 4105 Wisconsin ave. n.w. Lewis R. Yeaman. 72, Blue Plains, D. C. Ida A. J. Given. 65. 1419 R st. n.w. Minnie Levy. (W, 69 New York ave. n.w. Alfred L. Richards, 61, 614 Maryland ave. n.e. Mary S. Tomlinson. 60. 509 I st. n.e. .Jacob Denenberg. 50, 2252 Nichols st. s.e. Nicholas Polito. 46, 6308 9th st. n.w. Richard A. Bolton, 39, 5746 Colorado ave Hilda W. Robbin, 38, 4601 45th st. n.w. Raymond Oliver. 36. 1913 Nichols ave. s.e. Inf\nt McWilliams. 2819 Newton st. n.e. Infant Garland. 512 Mellon st. s.e. william A. Clayton, 77. Arlington. Va. Evangeline Nicholls, 62, 4935 Astor pi. s.e. Mamie Marlow. 57, 307 D st. s.e. Josephine Peters, 55. 630 Delaware ave. s.w. Mary E. Kenney, 50, 1250 Half st. s.w. Argen Campbell. 49. 3 201 7th st. s.e. Sarah Washington. 24, 2677 Wade rd. I.e. Infant Diana Lindsey, 1460 G et. a.w. Lottie Butler, 63. 3616 Conn. ave. n.w, James Morgan. 60, 1718 Corcoran at. n.w. Maggie Arrington, 45, 1518 Q at. n.w. White Cozzle. 41. 1620 7th at. n.w. Alberta Washington, 33, 4 Beverly eourt n.w. Mary A. Allen, 18, 1430 Kenilworth ave. n.e. William Johnson. 17, 134 Virginia ave. s.w. JwSwSwmpi |-FOR A GENERATION THE SPECIALTY SHOP FOR QUALITY FURS-j THIRTEENTH • BETWEEN E & F goes a long, long way toward Easter elegance! For mink is the undisputed queen of furs, and gives the simplest costume a patrician touch. 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