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dji pr il Exhibition EXhibit on at VeerhoffsCaller Veerhoffs VeerhoffsGallery VeerhoffsqalIery
Gallery Caller and Attracts AttractsAttention AttractsAtten AttractsAttention
Attention AttentionAt Atten Hon Hont
At t VeerfeofTs Veetllo a gallery Iery in P l street 1rt tk there thereto threS re
to S on exhibition exhlbtti n an Interesting marine marineby marino marinob3 near ne neb
by b W 11 r T Richards The subject of u the thepictvre thepict1lre theplctwre
pictvre On the Coast of Cornwall Cornwallis Colwan Colwanis Co waall waallu
is a happy selection lectlou for the particular particulartalent particulartaJeDt par cular culartalent
talent possessed OIInllued by Mr Richard in h the theinterpretation the1aerpretUon theluterpretatlon
interpretation of marines and scenes scenesalong scenesa10fta scenesalong
along toe be coast ooui where here high cliffs pUn aid in inthe Inthe Inthe
the attractiveness of < the composition compositionIn
In this u work the artist rUst has ha shown more morebreadth morebretwtth morebreedtat
breadth of treatment than is I shown lu luOn InOn htOn
On UM Coast of New Jersey JerM owned ownedby ownedb ownedby
by b tiM Corcoran gallery and painted to toorder toonler tounder
order for the gallery In 13B 13BIn 1SIn 1 ldi ldiIts
In Aw M picture ownod by UM Corcoran Corcorangallery CorcOIIInJJlIery Corcorangallery
gallery one feels the power of the theocean thea theoooesn
ocean as a limitless JtmUle expanse ex a awl a1though al although althou ¬
though thou b the technique t hnlqutS is Ii that of an anearlier AUar aneatIIer
earlier ar er school Its I popularity hat h phtc plaCit placed placedit d dit
it among the favored pictures In the thepermanent thepeIIItaIK1tt thepermancttt
permanent collection < of the Corcoran Corcorangallery C Corcorangallery rconm rconmpJltI7
gallery In the picture On n the Coast Coastof COIUItof Coastof
of Cornwall there ther is 1 a more Intimate Intimatefeeling IIIUm Intimaitefeelhtg t tr
feeling r uftC that n thkt t a comes < < > emM from a near acquaintance ac acQuaintanee acqualnt
Quaintanee qualnt nce to the great ocean oceanThe oceanThe
The 1 we wwves aN wef are expressed exprM ea preseed ed with that thattroth thattrah thattruth
troth and realism that shows how a close closeobservation cl eloeeobeavadon ee eeobeetVlttton
observation ofthls of this Uel form of water The Theeypitaslon The1rPlllluiDIt Theerptaeslon
eypitaslon erptaeslon < < of a separate pkrate vitality belong belonging belongIa ¬ i iI
ing I Ia to each wave and yet harmonious harmoniouswith bwanonloWwttb hsru + onloue onlouewith
with the entire body bod of water er is felt feltin feltIn feltin
in this thie h picture I possibly O Ibly through throu a bet better better ¬ i it
ter t l technloal expression expressionSplendid tCpre expressionSplendid lon lonSplendid
Splendid Exhibit of Portraits PortraitsShown PortraitsShown PortraitsShown
Shown by Artist Shannon ShannonProvidence ShannonPrcw ShannonIrevideaee
Providence Prcw dece R L I te enjoying < < a rave raveart rareart rateart
art event in m It the exhibition of the th por portrait portrait portrait ¬
trait work of J I J Shannon of London LondonThe LondonTIle LondonThe
The work of Mr Shannon St waon will 11 be re remembered remelllbeed remembered ¬
membered In connection with his hisportrait one oneportrait onepGltta1t ° °
portrait which was exhibited in the rerent re reent reetat
rent < ent salon Joa under the title Girl in inBrown 1ftHr InBrown
Brown Hr wn This picture wan enthusiasti enthusiastically enthUtllaatJludonled enthuelasUanUy ¬
cally indorsed by portrait painters paintersa as asi
a i rare example of iXMtraiture and theCorcoran the theCorcoran theCoreonut
Corcoran gallery JIll lIery Included InehM1 < < 1 it among its itspurchases I Ipuroba Ipurebsees
purchases puroba etl for the permanent exhibition exhibitionIn I IJa
In Providence the work ork exhibited by byMr b blr
Mr lr Shannon consists of seven por portrait portraits ¬
trait t traits 9Cwomea 9T women six of whom hom are promi prominent promlnt prominent ¬ I
nent society people of Providence The Theseventh Th Thseventh e
seventh th portrait Is that of Mrs lrw John JohnPratt JohnPratt Joh JohPratt n I
Pratt of Brooklyn in this small n ex exhibition ¬ 1 1hlbltlca
hibition the reputation which Mr Sban Shannon Sbannol Sbanno ¬
non no has already won as a painter of ofportrait ofportraItai ofpots
pots portrait of beautiful women Is ably ablysustained ablytpdaloed I I2JDed
sustained In fact in thta particular his Mefame hisfame histame
fame to fully wiual e 1ual 1 to that of his coun countryman countr1MA countr ¬
tr tryman itstan John S So Sargent SargentH SarJentHe SarzrenLHobart
H He Hobart tart rt Ni Nichols ho18 Exhibiting ExhibitingIn Exhibitin ExhibitinIn
In New York With RaulanI1 Rouland RoulandH d
H llobart Iobut Nichols formerly promlnenUy proml prominently promlnenUy ¬
nenUy Mentifted Ideuti ed with the Society of ofWashuajrtott orW8Iabqctoa ofWanhhgtton
Washuajrtott A Arttots 1Wa whose residence reeldeneenow is isnow I Inow
now in New ew York to now in connection connectionwith connectionwith connectionwith n
with Orlando Rouland a painter of por portraits portralt pertraits ¬
traits tralt exhibiting at the Claueen gal1n gAl sallories gAlItrllJI
1n lories es in Fifth avenue New York Mr MrNichols MrIlchoia WrNichola
Nichols work in this exhibition is islargely I Ilargely
larw1 largely composed of paintings from fromstudies tromstuc118 fromstudies m I
studies made while residing reatdln < < al abroAd road and
Thieves Dig Horseradish HorseradishFrom HorseradjshProm or seradish seradishFrom
From Michigan MichiganParm Farm
DETROIT Mich April 27 ZiEnUrely ZiEnUrelyoU iEntirelyoutctaaeel Entirely Entirelyoutctetted
oU outctetted la the nervy nervy accomplishment accomplishmentof
of th the thief who lugged oft a kitchen kitchenstove kltchtsntove kitchenstove
stove of a domestic dome Uc establishment and andreturned andreturnod andreturned
returned for tk the watchdog watcbdo ty that of ofthe orthe ofthe
the person whp wlio wl lifted the horseradish horseradishterm horaeradklhfarm horseradishtarns
term of L J Beeudolo B audolB and Werbart NerbortMIlko WerbartMfekfe
Mfekfe MfekfeBeaudotn MIlkoBeaudoin 1 ldD ldDBeaudoin
Beaudoin hi employed as s manager forWalkers for forWalkers torTalke1S
Walkers quick lunch 147 Shelby street streetand streetand Streetand
and MIckle Udde serve nerves in similar mllar capacity apacl
for Couafnos Con refno grocery groar yr 2M McDettgafl McDettgaflavenue lIcDeupllavenue McDougallavenue
avenue avenueSay avenueS avenueSay
Say S < < y do o you ou know theres money moneyi
In horserad kr eradlah sild ld Beaudoin to buckle Mickieon6 buckleone
i one day last la t fall fallnumerous tallnumerous fallnumerous
numerous examples are shown from fromsubjects fromsubjects fromsubjects
subjects of Holland and Brittany Inthese in inthese Inth8M
these example Ida hl early rt evening ef effects effeeta effects ¬
fects are highly commended by the New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York nrt writersMagazine writers writersMagazine writersMagazine
Magazine Cover Designs DesignsFinished DesignsFinished DesignsFinished
Finished by Miss Burdette BurdetteMiss BurdetteIta BurdetteMies
Miss Ita HatUe R E Burdette has recentlycompleted recently recentlycompleted reeentlycomplt
completed complt > ted a number num r of artistic designs designsfor designsfor e8t e8tCor
for magazine covers In which the sub subjects subjec subjects ¬
jects jec chosen ace studies IItud of leIWI heads of ofbeautiful orbeautiful ofbeautiful
beautiful women combined with an ef effective efCecUve effeetlve ¬
fective arrangement of background typ typical tYJleal typIeal ¬
ical of the season sea on of the year suggested suggestedby
by b the costumes coslum worn by the models modelswho mode modewho modelswho
who have been used for these tbe e arrange arrangements arrangement arrange arrangemenu ¬
menu mentsMis ment menuMils
Mils Mis 1 Burdette has ha h also recently paint painted painted ¬
ed an attractive landscape 1An llcape study > > lydy con consisting conof conalaUng ¬
sisting of the stdelilll side hlll of a rough pas paeture pasture MUl MUlture ¬
ture fteWo Held of a neglected character Infurtherance In Infurtherance 111rur1herance
furtherance of the suggestion of the theclose tbecl theclose
close cl of a warm summer mmer day she sheInlr has hasIntroduced hasintroduced
Introduced Inlr uc a group of dancing girls SrI clad cladIn cladIII cladin
In light draperies who are dancing their theirway theirwa theirway
way wa down an abandoned path Nith through throughthe throuhthe throughthe
the field There is a musical quality in inthe Inth inthe
the th mrures which suggests an uneonselousnees uncon unconsciousness UDCOnJICIouaneas ¬
sciousness of the surroundings surroundingsPortrait tJUrroundbipI surroundingsPortrait
Portrait of Senator TillmanPainted Tillman TillmanPainted TillmanPainted
Painted by Miss Mi StraitMba Strait StraitMtas StraitMIII
Mba MIII Clara BarrettStrait one of the Uieyounger theyltlnger theyounger
younger portrait painters of this citY dtyhas citYU cityhas
has U recently completed a commission coml com dNion n for fora tora fora
a portrait of Senator TUIntan for forIVmthrop torWinthrop forWinthrop
Winthrop College CoI e of Rock Hill S C Ca Caa Canormal a anormal
normal and a industrial school for t young youngwomen youngwomen u uI
women In whose f fDundlnjr rpulldlAK h > ding and develop development development development ¬
ment Senator Tillijian TlUn T1N un hu ha been largelyinstrumental largely largelyinstrumental JaryIlUItrumenlal
I instrumental The long Jon < < acquaintance acquaintanceof
of Miss Iiss I Strait with Senator Tillman
i gave her an n unusual advantage in i carry carryIln
Iln lag out the purposes of the commission
I entrusted ntru ted to her her
I In this portrait which is threequarter threecluarterlen threequarterlength
length len < < th Senator Tillnum is I shown in In2ttandlng a astanding rf rfbtandiag
standing pose OllIe clad in the conventional conventionalfrock conventlo conventionalfrock a1 a1frCKk
frock coat The naeen left side of the face to
In shadow llhado The right side de of the theand face faceand faceand
and figure are in full but subdued light lightThe
The fingers of the right hand are lightly lightlyplaced Jlchtlrplaeed
placed plaeed laced upon a table which occupies DCC plft the
lower left corner of the canvass eanva Onthe On Onthe Onthe
the table are a few sheets ahee of slightly slightlycrumpled slightlycrumpled UPtl7crumpled
crumpled manuscript nnt Cript and two old oldvolumes oldvolumef oldvolumes
volumes suggested rather than fully
developed dev loped as still tln life studies studiesWinter tudlftWinter
Winter by J H Moser MoserSold MoserSold MoserSold
Sold in hi Philadelphia PhiladelphiaAnumg Philadelphiathe PhiladelphiAmmug a
Anumg the recent sales reported rep rted from fromthe fromthe f rom
the fourth annual water color exhibition exhibitionm exhibl lien
m m Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania tit
Yes replied Mickle 001 I know kno its thereal the thereal tberial
real hot stuff for getting the dough doughThe doughThe doughThe
The two twodcclded decided to pool a small cap capital capital capital ¬
ital and invest in a horseradish horeeradl h farm farmSo far farSo
So they purchased two lots lot > > near Norrls Norrlsand Norrltiaml Nor Norand
and planted anted the ground Periodically Periodicallythrough Periodicallytltrough Periodicallythrough
through the winter they visited the farm farmto farmto farmto
to see e how the horseradish was wa pro progressing progre progressing ¬
gre gressing lng Everything looked favorable
for a K tine crop lOP and the young men menwere menWlre menwere
were about ready to harvest ae t when up upon upon upon ¬
on going goln out to the farm Sunday last lastthey JIIHtthoy lastthey
they found that some enterprising entelJlrl lng per person prson person ¬
son bad anticipated them and dug up
the jrhol whole crop cro i
Th Tins village constable con tab1e of Norris was wasnotified wasnotified 1iS 1iSnotlfted
notified and he is looking for the agri agricultural axrleultural agricultural ¬
cultural plunderers plunderersAcademy plundwerAeaclemy plunderersAcademy
Academy of Fine Arts is the U sale of ofWinter ofVJnter ofWinter
Winter one of the pictures of tho col collection collecUon collecUon ¬
lecUon sent to this exhibition by James JamesHenry JamesHenry Jamesi3onry
Henry Mosor MosorIn M050rIn MoserIn
In speaking of the showing ho1n made by b bbls
his work which had been carefully CAr CUn se selected St StIfcted seleeted ¬
lected f fur r this exhibition Mr Moscr Moscrstated MOIIcrtated Moserstated
stated that while he had hoped to paint paintas 1lnta8 paintas
as broadly as a would be considered con ld ed per permifcsable pernbIe pernkaabie
mifcsable hi t the > c present preat > nt state tate of the lb art arthe artbe arthe
he found that when his pictures were werecompared werecompared ere erecomfMlfed
compared with others othe he was wa In tho thoqufet thoqu thequlbt
qufet qu t and conservative con ervatlve minority minorityThe minorityThe lnor1t lnor1trhlt
The sale Ie of this picture illustrates mu trutea the thepoint thepotnt thepoint
point that the public may sometimes sometimespurchase JIOmeUmcIMUch88 sometimespurchase
purchase a work of which the th artist Is Isnot I Inot isnot
not enthusiasticVermont enthusiastic enthusiasticVermont en thu taUc taUcVermont
Vermont Woman Wo an Selected SelectedTo SelectedTo SelectedTo
To Paint Princes Portrait PortraitVermont PortraitVermont PortraitVermont
Vermont is a small 11 State in populationand population populationand populationAnd
and area but t to a native of Vermont Vermonthas Vermonthaa Vermonthas
has given the he comtosion to paint a por portrait portrait portrait ¬
trait of Prince Augustus Wilhelmfourth Wilhelm Wllhelmfourth Wilhelmfourth
fourth son on of the Bmpcor William lI11Am of ofGermany orGermany ofGermany
Germany GermanyThe GermanyThe GermanyThe
The commission for tali lafs important importantwork Importllntwork importantwork
work has h been given to iCrs ors i Ituth ItuthJewett ltuthJewett GuthJewett
Jewett Burgess a native tttve of Montpelier JrfontpelierVt lontpellorVt
Vt Mrs Burgess was WM a protege ofThomas of ofThomas orTbomaa
Thomas W Wood ood for many years yearspresident yearspremdent yearspresident
president of the National Academy caJemy of ofDesign orDrtdsIl ofDesign
Design also a native of Montpeller MontpellerThe MOIIlpe1lerlbe MontpeilerLha
The artist selected for this lb commis commission commtsIon commisaton ¬
sion Ion hi the wife of Prof John W Bur Burgess 1IurROOIfeveU BurRoosevelt ¬
gess Roosevelt lecturer at the Univershy Univer University UnlverIIIty ¬
sity of Berlin Mrs Burgess DurJlr has been beenmarried beenmarri8l beenmarried
married for some twenty years earll but has hasfound bastound hasfound
found time since nee her marriage man1a e to con continue cuntlnue conthins ¬
thins her art work and was as at one time timewhile timewhile timewhile
while her husband occupied a professor professorship prgte professorship or orahlp ¬
ship at Columbia University Unlenlit a pupil of oCKen08 ofKenyon
Kenyon CoxStatue Cox CoxStatue CoxStatue
Statue of Senator Hoar HoarNearly HoarNearly HoarNearly
Nearly Finished by French FrenchDaniel FrenchDAlel FrenchDaniel
Daniel Chester Clle ter French the sculptor iscompleting is iscompleting 18COIIIpleUng
completing hIM hi heroic seated statue ofthe of ofthe orUte
the late ate Senator Senator Hoar The Anal work workte workis ork orkto
te to be executed eXecuted in bnrnse The pedestal pedestalwill PEdelltalwill pedeetalwith
will be of granite lte and It Ju location hasbeen has hasbeen hallbeea
been selected where it wilt front the thecourt theroart thecourt
court house in Worcester VOlC tfot Maae MaaeCritic M MCritic WCritic
Critic Townsend to Talk TalkOn TalkOn I IOn
On Southern Art Education EducationA
A special meeting m Ung of the National Society So Society Society ¬
ciety of the Fine Arts has h been called calledfor calledfor calledfor
for Friday evening May S 1M7 at atPo 3 3p
p Po m at I Inboard Memorial elllOlbtl Hall Onthis On Onthis Onthla
this occasion occa lon Jam James e B T Tneend < aen nd l of orITN
New ITN York k for some time art JU JUenU critic of ofprominently
the New York Herald = and now more
prominently enU known by his connection
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di ding d ti tg fnvitatiottf ttttti < < 1 the like Kkeexecuted will receive r < > teritc < rive fi from ost Jt h Harris II arris arrisexeeerec < < rrs c cCompany
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r Kjfoei ave l1r a a quarter airier of 0 a century of conscientious service serviceThe s service zce f fTke
4 + 1 The name R Harris Company Ctmt a1ty ax on a iVEDJj WEDI1 WEDI1lrZFT 1 G Gir
1 lrZFT ilFT ir means quality g1talz ualif y and price pIic rice fairness IaznlcssA fairness fairnessr f fAt
At A t the t e Corner orner o of Seventh S e Z1t7Zth vent 2 and n D
with American Art News will deliver deliverthe deliverthe deliverthe
I the address addte s Mr Townsend has chosen chosena
a as his h subject su jet Art Education in the
I South a matter in which the lecturer
has shown a practical interest resulting
in the collection of a large number of
Important pictures by prominent Amer American Am Am4r Am4rlean r rlean ¬
lean artists which have been exhibited exhibitedIn o lblt lbltIn
In several Iwidlns lundln = Southern cities and andwill andwill andwill
will later be shown > > hown In Baltimore BaltimoreAmerican BalUmoreAmrican BaltimoreAmerican
American Artists Rank Well WellIn WellIn WellIn
In Seventeenth Paris Salon SalonThe SalonThe SalonThe
The Paris Salon Is now in progress progremThis ptOJIeaThis progressThis
This exhibition marks the seventeenth seventeenthannual lIeventeenthannual beventeenthannual
annual event of the National Society of ofFine oCFine ofFine
Fine Arts commonly known as the Old OldSalon OldS OldSalon
Salon S lon It contains nearly 3 3OtVJ X works of ofart ofart ofart
art and an as a matter of comparison compar JOn JOnHen is isseven i iseven
seven times as large as the recent salon salonIwld 8alonheld salonheld
held at the Corcoran Caller Garters Of the
500 artists represented repr8lltlltecl 37 are Americans AmericansThe Amerlcanfinae AmericansThe
The work of the American artists artlat is i said ald
to compare favorably with thAt of their
French English Engll h German < erman Italian and
Spanish colleagues colleaguesWhen cOlleagueshen colleaguesWhen
When hen a a bank cashier goes wrong peo people peoplo peeplo ¬
plo seem s m shocked sho ked to think he was a achurch achurch achurch
church worker They The seem surprised surprisedthat 8urprlHdthat surprisedthat
that the directors of our fiscal ICI institu institutions ¬
tions do not appolnt bunco steerers steerersroues steerersroues t ler lerrOU5
roues and knockout artists as cashiers cashiersand ca cashierand hlcta hlctaIInd a
and treasurers
DETROIT l1J aiih h April 27 f iK N EYork E EYork EYork
York a prosperous pro perous farmer living nearMillington near nearI nearMUllnJton
I MHIlngton Tuecola TuscOla county count to too tooi toobusy
i busy to accompany aeeom aeeomptny his old school schoolchum eel100lchum schoolchum I
chum John D Rockefeller R clu feller on a jour journey joUrJ journy ¬
ney J through Europe and the Orient Orienteven Orienteven I
even though the Oil I3 King IOn ind < < baa ba offered otr recl to tostand tostftnd tostand
stand ail the expense xpen e of the trip tripAs trIpII tripAs
As II much as Mr r York would Hke to toaccept toaceep toaccept
accept aceep the invitation which came in the theform theform theform
form of a Pereonal personal note from hI his old oldcuum oldcau oldchum
chum cuum cau he leeto that with the spring soringplowing aprln aprlnplowlnc springplowing
plowing and cultivating to be done he hecannot becannot hecannot
cannot possibly break away awa from the thefarm thefArm thefarm
farm even to accommodate the richest richestman rIcheIttman richestman
man in th the world and nd he has b so notified notifiedMr notJAedIr notifiedMr
Mr Ir Rockefeller RockefellerMr
Mr 11 York and the oil magnate have havecorresponded bav bavcarrponded havecorresponded
corresponded for years yearsFEW yearsFEW yearsFEW
Records R cords of the United States Treasury TreasuryDepartment TreasuryDepartmpnt TreasuryDepartment
Department show how that of all 11 the Imml immigrants ImmlgrantK ImmlJtranbc
grants who land in New York city only onlyfour onlyI
four out of each hundred go to the theSouthern theSouLhem theSouthern
I Southern States
UALEIGH N C April ° 27 7After After a anarrow aM arat
rat narrow M ow W eeeape from death In an explo explor ex expior > > lo lorr
rr r r > r and the are ftr which followed on the thesea theseagong
sea seagong going So yacht Dagnett VaSIle < < owned by b Captain Cap Captain Capta1I ¬ I
tain Haverty of New London Conn Connthe cnat Connthe
the t Ja paaasagent and crew of the little littlevessel JlttJeve littlevessel
vessel ve el are safe They were picked pick JJIekfrom d up upfrom npfrom
from the yawl Ie watch they tIM7their lied matte mattetheir reedstheir
their escape pe from the burning yacht by bythe bythe bythe
the schooner aeboo er Levees Lov The yacht acl1t to a atotal atotal
total 1 loss having ha bee beet burned in two twoand twoVry twoand
and sunk sunkVery sunkVery
Very little time was given those tneoeaboard uo uoaboard thoseaboard
aboard the Dasnett ett m In which to escape escapefrom NaLpefTom escapefrom
from the burning boat None of them themwere tbeJawere themwere
were able to bring ok any All personal rIIOIIaI ef effects effects ¬
fects fectsTlte teeblThe fectsThe
The yacht was bound from fro Florida ta taConnecticut t3Connecticut t9Connecticut
Connecticut via Jamestown when heft the theaccident theaccident I
accident occurred in Albemarle Sound Soundmander SoulldCapt SoundCapt
Capt J S ONeal or New York comI comImander com commander
mander of the Dagnett reports every everyone everyone I Ione
one uninjured I
ST PE7 PETERSBURG FRBHURO April f713 27 27eaUtcted 7 r y yeelitcted
eaUtcted eeIk < < fed in n toe Ualt4Jd atted States t tl tl0 i iI
I relief o oc > Russian ru aJan famine < stifl n rr re > > sh shbe shbe shbe >
be forwank0 forwar < > d here at the th niest 1 r eat t taliale i iIMe p psible > <
aliale IMe MOtmnt t according rdi to irin e L Lbead Lof Lbead >
bead of the Ztuistvn 7 < 1115t0 or Oo1 aiiziton Jiizitonfemlae aiizitonfamine a lzltIJn J Jn8et
famine refl relief r who ha h has r ni rotuTed trred rred ir ira r ra > r ra
a tow r of tu t ti amine I disstr14e di5tr di5trHe dlllt n nHe <
He states that over ttrK 4 4w < p pars prsIn parsin rs i iin
in the pro pr i < f r of Sumaft ifi ifiHasan i r1 r1Hasan fsHaan
Hasan ar are < ii ti med > d of a as si i < fiice fiicej rsceaid 1 1I
j aid furaJsIidd fun sb Uy y the go gornnent gornnentNte niment nimentTiemstvos nlln nt I IY
Nte Y Tiemstvos to not aiffi s t fI i i 10 to towkh tUwi I a awttb
I wttb wi h the situation situationTo tuatiOD tuatiODTo a aTo
To add to the distress of th tho suffer sufferscurvy SUndIleUrTY sulf r rscurvy
scurvy te getting a tr lrn trng n foothc foothcamong ooth1 ooth1aaaon I ILinens
aaaon among < < tk < n < and other disci disease di tU oe re reing relac rcIng
ing from tae lack of food are worki workihavoc workihavoc i iba >
havoc havocITALYS ba havocITALYS oc ocITALYS
Italy has 23ft convicts convi < is to th rtn rtnInhabittnts nllInba1ttnls rnitnhabitcnts
Inhabittnts which I is the highest r < v A
420 42 to 0 426 426Smartest 6 1CD DrU DDfl 4 to 425
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Suit and r Skirt Values Extraordinary ExtraordinarySmartest
Smartest Styles of the Season at t Pronounced Savings SavingsThe
The consummate style of these stunning garments is only equaled by the beauty of the fabrics and the superb superbworkmanship superbworkmanship superbworkmanship
workmanship featuring in them Without Withouta a previous inkling of their prices you would readily class them with withgarments withgarments withgarments
garments costing several dollars more than we have marked them themWe themWe themWe
We do not hesitate to invite you to try to match our values as we have perfect assurance bred of actual
investigation that they are better than the best Not only were the garments exceptionally well bought but we are aresatisfied aresatisfied aresatisfied
satisfied with a smaller than ordinary profit margin which accounts for the seeming inadequacy of f our prices
Bear in mind that these are only sample items and that others
equally as important await you in In this thissplendid thissplendid t hIs hIssplendid
splendid stock
Dresses of Blue and White WhiteCheck WhiteCheck > Vl te teCheck
Check Gingham Dutch neck neckshort neckshort neckshort
I short sleeves plaited waist trim trimmed trimmed trimmed ¬
med with folds of white pique piquefull piquet piquefull
full skirt sizes 6 to t H f Q r
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Fine Fabrics That Sell Regularly at69c at at69c
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tomorrow moruing morning choose ch ose from from these All sized blocks in Shepherd Checks All colors colorsin colorsin colorsin
in Pure English Mohair Sicilian Mannish Suitings Imported Silk Warp Eolienne EolienneFrench EolienneFrench EolienneFrench
French Beige French Batiste Silk Warp Parisian Crepes Empress Cloths PanamaPrunellat Panama PanamaPrunella PanamaPrunella
Prunella Prunellat Victoria Cloth Clothr Henrietta Jacquard and Point Eolienne Embroidered Mohair Mohairand Mohairand
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and host of Cream Woolens How about that
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few weeks hence youll want a dress for jaunting jauntingor or perhaps a aCream aCream aCream
Cream Woolen for seashore or mountain All these can be besupplied besuPplied
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to pay later on onso so why not anticipate and buy values up to C
5119 119 at per yard yarde yardInteresting
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navy blues pink red old rose hello gray tan tanchampagne tanchampa tanchampagne
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