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THE WASHINGTON W TIMES TUESDAY Y DECEMBER 27 1910 1
Miss M ss Amaryllis Am Yllis V Gillett Will Act Aetas as Hostess HostessV HostessAt HostessAt HostessAt
° At Afternoon A ternoon Tea in Compliment
M Mrs P Page g ga w Will IrII iii Pr Preside Presideat eatde eatdeat I Ial
at the TeaTable TeaTable Tea TeaTable
Table TableMisc
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at a Mk rids att attrsasm at 5 siee1 eIeek a1br at atber
her nonte boast Jt Mree4 tro U m aompHment aompHmentto I Ito
to her niece Miss die Gtll GUlettBIII GUlettBIIIduieta GillettH1Uc ttB1H ttB1HCnrfatmas
Cnrfatmas c irkt greens form the house dee decorationsr deeeratioss j j8ItIoM
orationsr and the ti tea taWe w which leh will willhave wtllhave
have a centerpiece oC holly and ad pohi pohisettia poInsetU potasettla
settia btoseoms bIe 8oID8 wilt t be e presided pre tIIed over overby overby i iby
by Mrs Fags Ita < < e Mra HearT a nry an and Mrs MrsGillottHilL 3rsGiustiRUL I
GillettHilL0tIters GiustiRULOthois GillottHilL GillottHilLOthers
Others assisting 1UiH ttr m reoelvms the thequests theaDd theSuede
quests and dhroensing 611 aI the tb hospitalities hospitalitiesof
of Q the afternoon win be Miss Hammond HammondMisc Hamtsntbdlies I IXIM
lies May fay Hammpnd H Hoaum d Mhvt > > Clara SwMt SwMtMise Suvllt3LiS6 i iJl
Mise Jl ss Gertrude Gr Co iy MPM J5 Marl Stov Stovens St e v veas i iIIS
eas IIS and JMI MISS KI II Putnam Put of e IoweMrs Iowa IowaMrs I IMrs
Mrs GttlottHiH GUIettBIIIuMI slid d Mtes 11M OMoUnTni OMoUnTnisistor QtIIeUi tJMiettifiitsister U Usleter
sister and ass niece of Miss > > liesalien dttott whose whoeehome wt whoseheats > ee eehOMe
home is It in IlUnota IJIbM II h hTo v takes a abase abaseIn hMaie hMaief now nowin
in R street for the wintor wintorMrs wtsterMrs
f Mrs Hiackley HiackleyAnd Hinclt1eyAnd HinckleyAnd I
And Daughter Rests HastsMrs RestsJoIrsRot HostsMrs
Mrs JoIrsRot Robert RoisertH3sekiy ertHillckhy Hinckloy and Miss Is HhMtk Bhiekley HhMtkley HhIckley
ley were hoots 1Io ts at a nance 4l daaee aee for young youngpeople 38tIII1p yeamgpeepte
people p e test evening for f r Robert HJnck HJnckley F3isekIey
ley Jr ii who te apentUng g the boMnayswith boMnays bIMayswith s swith
with his hisXr mother motherMr motherair
Mr and Mra perry S So Heath have as ascon astheir satheir
their guest fOr the holidays E B I Bacon Ba Bacon
con of Louisville LoutntUNiH Ky KyMiss RyTruss
Miss EtltelEmigWeds EtheiEaaig EtheiEaaigWeds tl1at Emig EmigW
Weds W S Jeremiat J Murphy MurphyAnnlmoahent MarpayAnnounoemont MUfP y yAnD8UD08llMllt
Announoemont is fii mao tsads of 0 the UMTiase mz mzriage marrlage
riage of Mtes Maude Ethel > etheldaughter Emtg Emtgdaughter BIMgdaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs Eugene Euge e R RDawson RDawson RDawson
Dawson to Jeremiah J 1 Murphy XlH hy The Thewedding
wedding we t < Mzu took place at It oclock yes yesterday yatenlay yeast ¬
1 terday morning in St Marys Catholic CatholicChurch Cat Catholict eKC eKCt I
st
t Church C urelt the Rev Dr Mfltm ih ihby asotetoa asotetoaby aseietedby
by the Rev Dr Wet Wennenberger We1t aenberger rger aM 4 d the theRev ueRev tiieRev
Rev Ignatius Patchy officmth offichttmgThe g gsatin
The bride who were a gown go of ivory ivorysatin 19O1Yftln I
satin with trfanmtngs of rose potet MIIIIt teee teeeand JaeeaDd laceand
and pearl oarl ombroWory ery wo wen e a tulle tulleyell tulleyellarr1Ied veil veilarrangd va vaarranged
arranged with Mttes ides of the valley and andcarried aadranie4 andrarrldl
carried a shower 1M bouquet of Bride roses rosesand 18HSand yesesand
and lilies of the th valley valleyMiss va1 valleyMl Y YXi8
Miss Xi8 Ml Margaret Murphy sister of the thebridegroom thewho thebridegroom
bridegroom who was maid of honor honorwore JtoDorW1Ke honorwore
wore wh white satta tIR and aa carried enie4bouquet s Motes Motesbouquet bow r rbouquet
bouquet of Bridesmaid roses rasesarts rosesMiss r eL eL11M
Miss Isora Bungamaa of Pert Tre Treverton TreTerton Treverton
verton Pa who was the brtgoamald brtgoamaldalso 1t he oise4d oise4dalso
also were white satin and carried pink pinkJohn peakroses lliak lliakIOi5eL
roses IOi5eL1ohn rosesJohn
John Murphy was his brothers brot ers best bestman bestmati bestman
man and ad the ushers were Albert Albe H HThompson HThOmptOR HThompson
Thompson Dr Leonard Coster C et Stephen StephenCoster StepbeftOter Stephenineter
Coster and George H Lee Carpenter Carpenterthe
A wedding breakfast at the hoeie oRte of ofthe ofthe
the brides parents nts followed the cere ceremonv evemonv ceremonv
monv at the church and later in the theday Uteday theday
day Mr Ir and Mrs IIn Murphy left Wash WasWreturn Wasltrgt Washington
ington rgt ll for a wedding trip Upon tliell tliellrtturn the4creturn
return they will be at home at 612 Thirdstreet Third Thirdstreet TIaI TIaIstreet
street streetItiiss streetJfilS streetiies
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Itiiss iies Edith Sattea SatteaIs
Is Esf Engaged aged ta Marry MarryGideon MarryThe MarryThe
K4IItk Leo Leona LeonaGideon a aC
The ea eIU1Le ab eht of als 9
Gideon C ideon daughter of Mr and ad Mrs hrs F M MGideon Mmdeon MGideon
Gideon to Dr Richard 1C Sutton of ofEallston ofEal18ton ofPalleton
Eallston Va was announced today at a aluncheon aluncheon aluncheon
luncheon given VeD by Mr MraMdrS and Mrs F Clyde ClydeGideon ClydeGId4oR Clyderldeos
Gideon brother and stetorlnniw X XMise jCMiss > t t10Us
Miss Gideon G1deonat at their home me in Balls Ballston DaDston BaAston
ton Va VaThe V VThe VsThe
The table was WIUla adorned onlecl with a beau beautiful 1teautitul bentiful ¬
tiful centerpiece of white carnations carnationsfrom caraatMflsfront BS BSfrom
from the center of which emerged e4 a a tiny tinstelegraph tinytelegraph tlllYt
telegraph t II pole pol with wires of ribbons ribbonsbearing ribbonsartng ribbonsbearing
bearing artng a telegram containing the an anrouncemec anrOUftCeJlt4 anrouncetaer
rouncemec + to each plate plBtTte plateTte ptetiThe
Tte guests were Mrs Ellsworth Simpson Simp Simpson SimpJOn
son < son Mrs Irs Walter alter KJrby Mrs James JamesMead JamesMead IaDM6M
Mead M ad KIM Marguerite Rowell Row lI Miss MissAnna MissAnna lIeS lIeSAnna
Anna Welch Mtes Carrie closer alias MiseKatherine 111I 111IKatherine aliasKatherine
Katherine Summy and Mis Helen HelenSummy HelenSummy HelenSummy
Summy SummyGEM SummyGER
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4 GEM GER CERM CERMHOLD 1AN AN SOCIETIES SOCIETIESOfficers SOCIETIESHOLD
HOLD CELEBRATIONS CELEBRATIONSOfficers
Officers Are Elected for Year Yearby Yearby Yearby
by Turnverein Or Organization Organization Organization ¬
ganization ganizationMembers
Members MMR S of the WaMngtea Get German Ge Geman GetTan ¬
man societies eeietl the Columbia T Tarnverein TllrDver TllrDverein rnver rnverein
ein and the Germania nnanl Haennereher Haennereherare
are rejoicing today over the happy happycelebrations happycelebrations
wrcbtl btl btl9rgauizaUOD
tgcJstva wrc
4 celebrations e got o of Christmas which their theirorganizations theirorganisations
organizations htld htldAt bt1dAt hE1dAt
At the Turnvereln festival last night nlgkta
a muskal program was the main at attraction att attraction ¬
traction t rartf on Weihnachtsseit was deghtfullT de deUshtfallr delihtfallY
Ushtfallr recited relt by Miss Beatrice Beatricentoores Beatricen6res Beatricedres
ntoores ntooresWhen n6res n6resWhen dresWhen
When the program p alD was completed completedMrs compJetedMrs completedMrs
Mrs Betty Schlieckert SchU kert in the name ofthe of ofthe offls
the Turnverein presented handsome handsomegifts handsomegifts e1ndaoari e1ndaoariGeorge
gifts fls fls1m 1m to Messrs tenle Max Bernstein and andGeorge andGeorge
George Geissler the instructors in inclasses Inc1as inclasses
classes c1as in I German speech SPMC and JHl writ tvritinpr vrltIJ1 writini
inpr IJ1 ini maintained by the society societyOf soclet socletOftlcers societyOfficers
Of Officers fleers of the Tumvcreln Tur vereln were rere elected electedas elect d das
as follows followsA
A G Bauverd second vice president presidentF
F F juergenson 1uer treasurer Paul Aradt Aradtfirst A Arndtfirst t tfirst
first color bearer b arer John Alt chairman chairmanof
of executive committee A Metesnerhairmaa Meisener Meisenerrhairxnas IeissnerhaJrmau
rhairxnas of press Xe committee A Half Halftr HalCtfr Halftr
tr recording secretary Earl Koibner Koibnerohaimsan KoUmecfhairman ReThnerhairmn
ohaimsan of technical committee Gus Gustav Gusfnv Gust1V
tav Bender Bnd r delegate to German Or Orphan 01JhanA8Ylum Orphan ¬
phan JhanA8Ylum A Asylum rtun As delegates d tes to the theUnited therntted thernlted
United German G Societies of America AmericaGustav AerieaGustav AmericaGustav
Gustav Bender P Halfter John AH Altand AHand A1tand
and I Sobel were chosen cbo eR and R4 Max MaxSchmidt Jaxhmldt MaxSchmidt
Schmidt hmldt Albert Bnehfer Bueh and Fred FredStefner FredStfltner FredSteiner
Steiner were elected to the auditing auditingcommittee aw asditingcornnatee tttAb tttAbOTAmate
committee of the Turnvereincc31iutent Turnverein Turnverein3iillHnt Tutn eia eiaihillhDt
3iillHnt Christmas trees were f fee feees rES a aes
es o of the evening at the Germania GermaniaM GenR Bia BiaM
M innerchor8 celeoration at SS t 2 Penn PennFTrirnia PennFJ Pennrzirhia
FTrirnia FJ rzirhia nia avenue northwest Gifts were weraIrorld werelrorided
1 Irorld lrorided rorided for all the children childrenWashington childrenW childrenWashIn
WashIn Washington W shington on Railway Co CoTo COTo CoTo
To Entertain Children ChildrenThe
The children en of 0 the employes of the theWashington theWasbinJtoft theWashington
Washington Railway and Electric Com Cornpan Comat Compan
pan will w I De gesta ol the company at atnn atan atnn
nn entertainment tomorrow afternoon at atthe atthe atthe
the Columbia Theater This te the an annual annual annual ¬
nual Christmas CItrI tIIas treat t t which the com company company company ¬
pany provides for the families of its itsmen IUtmen Itsmen
men and fe always a festive i Eecea8ion Eecea8ionfor occasionfor occasion occasionfor
for the t rbUdren rbUdrenAn rbldrnAn
An address by Gen George e H EL Harries Har Harries HaTrl ¬
ries rl s swx senlrs s and daaces DCe8 Punch and Judy Judyfraiures Judya
a goat tdrea circus and lid moving pictures are arefeiturlee
fraiures 1 4i1ures of the elaborate program which whicht whichtie
t tie ie company has ha arranged anaJg for the chilirens chil childrens chlIreniI ¬
drens pleasure Santa Claus is ex expcte exJ expected
pcte J > t to be there with his own 4eDuinEortb genuine genuineNorth genuineNorth >
North ortb Pole moving pictures The fen fanbegirs fenbeslrs t1nbe
beslrs be lrs at 130 o oclock oclockOrfy oclockOdy clock clockotyr
Orfy One BRQMO BR MO QUBONS that Is faCures Isative Isye
ative all allCuescc ye mo moOuinine moOuininein uitne
Cuescc Cures a CoM ° in One DD Day Grip Cr Q ba ta2 21kys 21kysPX JSzys JSzysonevery Dryscnevxry
PX onevery cnevxry1lW1bax OD
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MME DE LIMAWife LIMA LIMAWife I IWife
Wife ef Counselor f Brazilian Em Emb > assy Whe Will Wili Attend irt WhtU WhtUHease W1 WlateHense te teH81tSe
Hease Reception Recept n Monday
Two Nieces of o oTo f Mrs TaftTo Taft TaftTo
To Visit at White House HouseThe
the two irei daughters daugh daughters dIIgiaters ¬
The T e Misses Andersen Aa elS B
ters of MrsCharles Mrs Irs Charles Anderson A of Cl0eisnad Cin Cincinnati 0 0citmatl ¬
cinnati and andJlI nieces nieces ces of Mrs Taft and andMiss andMiss INl INlMise
Miss Amory of Boston wilt wit arrive h hWashington 1M 1MWasftl inWashington
Washington Wasftl lWn this afternoon aftetDt ft to be Beg83Sts hove hoveguests honeoguests
guests at the ate H He se for f < < several severalMtes severaldays
days days3diss Helen Taft wW wWguest be the < honor beRorsueet honorguest
Mtes
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Mario MarioJohnston 1l 1lJobltston MacloPJohnston
guest of Mr and a Mrs James
Johnston at atdin dinner this evening eveningU evenlagLieut eveningLieut
Commander Roscoe c Belaner BelanerU B mer merU
U Lieut S N T spert Cmriet Ckri Christmas UR a I Day > ay with withfanLly withfamy his hispanled
Yesterday Yrs Bates aecom aecompanted a apanled
fanLly Lieutenant Lle tenant Buhner Buh uer to Fort Fortettaat M Mroe xon xonroe
panled
LleUtena tettaat tettaatrte t i iBuimEr
few days
roe Va V for a daystamed tamed
BuimEr Bulmer is is stationed OB the catted 1 ai airhlp States I Ifthtp
Boa BoaFort
which Men has Jt s been eeft at the
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to toFort toten
16 1tOwor4eted no noFort
t8nNaY ten Navy Yard and Dd
Fort Monroe Rroe for 4 short time timeArmy timeArms i iArmy
Army and ancfNaco ancfNacoSero Navy NavyService av avService
Service Sero ce Orders OrdersARMY
ARMY ARMYCaptain ARMYCaptah
a aCaptain
Captain HARRY C BARXBS Coast CoastArtillery CoastArllUery CoastArtillery
Artillery Corps is relieved fromtreatment from fromtreatment fremtreatment
treatment at the Walter Reed General Gen General Geaera1 ¬
eral Hospital District ef e Columbia Columbiato
to his station stationCaptain stationCaptain stationCaptain
Captain JAMES S PARKER Fourth FourthCavalry FourthCavalry FourthCavalry
Cavalry to JiM a vacancy in theQuartermasters the theQuartermasters t e eQuartenD8Btoc8
Quartermasters Department to take takeeJCect takee1ect takeegect
eJCect January M 3ttl vice lee Captain CaptainELMER CaptalaRLlIER CaptainIsLMER
ELMER L1XDSLEY nuartornwster nuartornwsterwho fl1I8It M I Iwho
who is assigned to t the Fourth CaT Cavalry CaTNAVY Carairy ¬
airy I
NAVY NAVYCommander NAVYC NAVYCommander
Commander C mllla er R F LOPEZ to senior senioiHember seBlorntetft seniormember
member ntetft r of a aboned beard te conduct gee geaeral geReral geeeral
eral surreys of vessels ve eis on Pacifl PaciflCoast PdAcCotUt PaclacCoast
Coast CoastBnsign CotUtEnsIgx CoastEnsign
Ensign W R R PURNBLL PtR ELL detached detachedPe detachedPGThiylaaaM detachedPennaylvada
Pe PGThiylaaaM nsylva iiate to Vicksburg Vicksburgland Vieksb + rgEnsign rg rgEnsign
Ensign W W V S lLSON LsON detached detC ed Mary Maryland Mar MarJand
land to Goldsborougn GoldsborougnEnsign GoldsborouJhEDSign GoldsboroughEnsign
Ensign C F POUSLNI > detached detachedOalifernia detack detachedCalifornia d daUfern
California aUfern to Preble PrebleEnsign Pr PrebleEnsign IHe IHeEnalgH
Ensign H C C GEARING Jr 1r detached detachedCalifornia detaobedCaltton detachedCalifornia
California Caltton a to Lawrence LawrenceEnsign LawreDCI LawrenceEnidgrh
Ensign J 1 H CONDITT detached South SouthDakota SouthDakota SouthDakota
Dakota to HopkinsMidshipman Hopkins HopkinsMidshipman HopkinsMidshipman
I Midshipman S 1 H CONNOR detached detachedPennsylvania detachedPnllSlania detachedPennsylvania
Pennsylvania to South Dakota DakotaMidshipman DakotaIMldshlpman DakotaMidshipman
IMldshlpman Midshipman T 3 x TIPTON detached detachedPennsylvania detachedPennsylvania detachedPennsylvania
Pennsylvania to GlacierMMidshipman GlacleJI Glacier GlacierMidshipman
Midshipman J 1 F F McCLAIN detached detachedMaryland de detachedMaryland ched chedlaryland
I Maryland to Rowan RowaatMachinist RowanMachinist RoWaJtMacbinlst
Machinist J 1 H McDONOUGH to Naval NavalHospital NaYaIHospita1 NavalHospital
Hospital Boston Mass for treat treatment treatI treatmeet ¬
ment mentMOVEMENTS mentI meetMOrrEtENTS
I
I MOVEMENTS OF VESSELSArrivedVulcan VESSELS VESSELSArrived VESSELSArrivedVulcaa
Arrived ArrivedVulcaa Vulcan at Hampton Roads RoaeeDCS RoaJB RoaJBDes RoadsDes
Des Molnee at Las Palmas and Bm Bmtus BnIt1ls Bratus
tus at New ew London LondonSailed LondonSaUedPatapeco LondonSailedPatapsco
Sailed SaUedPatapeco Patapsco from Norfolk NK onc fur r New NewYork NewYork sewYork
York Supply Supply from rom Key West forHavana for forHavana ferHayaDB
Havana Solace from Pointe A Pitre Pltrefor Pitrefor Pitrefor
for La Guaira G aira and Dun Dubuiue ue from fromfrom fromfrom fromfrom
from Portsmouth N H for New NewYork N NewYork w wY
York YorkTable Y YorkTable rk rkI rkTable
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Table Decorations BecoratlonsFlowers I II iFlowers
I Flowers for Receptions ReceptionsComing ReceptionsI ReceptionsComing
I uComin Coming out teas and andall andi alldall
i all other functions functions23rDetintantes functionsi furictionsr3FDehutantee
i 23rDetintantes Bouquets BouquetsJ BouquetsJH
J JH H SMALL t SONSWASHLIGTON SONS SONSAVASHTVGTOIV SONSVASHDiGTOX
AVASHTVGTOIV AVASHTVGTOIVCor 7VEW v YORK YORKtFaJdorf YORKCor YORKCor
Cor 14th and G CStreets WaJdorlAatoria tvakorfAstoraStreats tFaJdorf WaJdorlAatoriaStreau Astoria
Streets 1159 Broadway BroadwayMaryland IkoadwaTI IkoadwaTMaryland Broadwayfilar
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Maryland filar y la nd Club Whiskey
for the holiday ho1i ay entertaining entertainingexhllarafinn entertain enterhliningexhiIarafing ¬
ing ingexhiIarafing exhilarating g gZtlil delight delightful deligbtful t ¬
ful wholesome wholesomeOB
OB all bars At Jill erocerat
Mme de d e Lima Plans PlansTo PlansTo PlansT
T To o Attend Reception ReceptionMj
Mj Slate e de thus Lii a wife or the ootfmelor ootfmelort c dINIetort
t the Scazitian > 3raztliasembassg ltlan e 8IIBasSb bassy who is one onepf 0DepC onePC
pC the moet JIt t charming cM of the diplomatic diptoouUichoetocoog dtpfollULUcboM diplomaticboeteeees
hoetocoog boM will wi attend att nd her r ftrst New KewTear NewYe hewTeat
Tear Ye reception at the White Wftt Uo louse BOUMJteXt louseneat w wJ
J neat ext tUeadayt 0B4Iq The Counselor C a awl d Mate Mated XIDede Mmede
de d Lima Li ta came to Washington Wa ltiDgton r rrly rljr last laatFebruarx 18at1Iei lastFebruary
February 1Iei ntarY shortly Slt rf1 after lUelr lb lr marriage marrtaeeMit marrtaceMiIII marriageMis
Mit > < ClRrBae1e e and aDd111jIr Ml Ayr r Clyete Cox ec ecNewbMJi etNewborn C CNewb
Newb Newborn > r NV N C and t andMtes Miss Suta Cox of ofGrcenvflte oCGreenvtJle ofGreenville
Greenville N C are the guests of Mr Mrand Mrand xraDCl
and Airs Mr G B Kintr Kift ef r Feirmvnt Feirmvntstreet htt5treet Feiratstreet
street f for r the hoUdmy hntidaysMr hoUdmyA hoUdmyMr
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Mr and Mrs Edso EdfiOtI Bradley who whohave wllouwe whohave
have uwe bees spendfne some tln time in isetr isetrYork Xw XwYork
York with the latter s mother Mrs MrsMarshall 34rz3fcr
3fcr Marshall wJ J 1 Allen AUe at the t Pteaa re retnreed returned
turned tn to Washington YasJll last evente eventeJustice evening eveningJustice
Justice 1u Thomas Tt H Anderson enMIIIt and Mrs XreAsdoraen MrsAnderson inAHonen
Anderson who spent Christmas s with withtheir withUteir withtheir
their seainlaw and daughter Mr XIMrs and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Frederick Fre Erick Pliny LIlley at Water WaurCOftD Waterbury Waterbury
bury Cons returned to Waclilngioa Waclilngioayesterday WaMlagteye Waahingtayesterday
ye yesterday tetday aftoro afternoon afternoonMrs e eMrs
r i J
Mrs Katherine C Bales and Mtes MtesFlorence MiesFlorence O s
Florence Kathryn Brush ef AlesaadrM Alexan Alexandria AIeJauIdrla ¬
dria Va v are speodtor the holidays in inAtlantic litAtlaDtlc InAtlantic
Atlantic City and Philadelphia
1 1to
to Her Niece NieceMiss Niecel NiecelMiss e
Miss Catherine Lenihan LenihanWill LenihanWin LenihanWill
Will Entertain In Informally Informally Informally ¬
formally at Tea TeaMiss Teabliss TeaItI8
Miss > > ItI8 Cat CaUtwtae eau8IJ eriae JLajrthsa ana Miss MMsWeanare lUMe MissOleasgre
Weanare > e Lenfnaa daughters 9 9f 9fw Capt CaptaL Cas CasMl
Ml w J LeMtMtn L Lest en U S A and IHI Mr Lei Leihaa Leadwill LeMhan
han will entertain eMjrtnM iIt informally at atJOUDg a ayoun syoung
young youn peons ta t a tills ti 1 afternoon at atII atty1
4 ty1 II 9 oclock at 3sv4 l 4 I street cuesMies streetMiss ree reei
Miss i a Messy of New eow York who 110 is I the theffuest theguest theguest
guest a ether of her aalnU t Mrs 18 J fiI Al C Spar Sparrow Stt Sttrow Sparrow ¬
row and DcI Miss X Virginia Mellon wiN wiNpreside wiNpreside willpreside
preside at the tb tea able abkt whdt will be beadorned beadoraed beadorned
adorned with a eentepiece ceat > eJJhce < JC > f Christ Chrtetmas CIarIIKmaa Christmas
mas greens graesjaThe gr grThe greensThe
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The Afisfataat Seem of f Nary ayY and andMrs andMrs
Mrs 1 Baeaman Wtothrea who spent spentChristmas spentChristmas oat oatCbrIIItmas
Christmas in New Tark Perk will t rr4unt to toMrs 14 14acto toWaabtsgtea
Waabtsgtea acto this eveatPp eveatPpMrs r ftf ftfin
Mrs in Rene Re Jt e Baee c 1A 59 Q f street will rriuenter willentertain wiUtertalll
enter entertain tertalll Srlhh at a tea tnfe rftenieaa tf t M1I esnees fJIa fromto from
5 te t 7 oclock oclockLfc oe oeLt VcjehLt
Lt Commander GherardiAnd Gherardi GherardiAnd Gherardi
And Wife W e Are Dinner Hosts HostsTJeut HostsUeot Hosts Hostst I
TJeut t t Comiaaadtr t xVi + hti + er r R Qber OherarAl Qberardi ObeIarM
arM IT 1 a K a and d > Mia GJierardi Glt were werehaste werehGllta werehosts
haste at t denser 4i JaM evening O Jd at Ute tteeChery Utey theCbery
Chery y Cfcase CHU CHUMra CI CIMnl ClebUrn
Clebi
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rI rive e In n WaiMnfMdOR W a TllatrEdaw Tnt rsday a > be beth Betaw betin
taw th > bans rueat of the F i aetary etary of the theTreasury theTrMlMlry theTreasury
Treasury and Mra lira MaeViwgh MaeViwghJ alacV Vgll sagh saghr saghCol
7 7Col r J
Co Col Robert K Newian wt n Harper and Mrs MrsHarper Mrsharper tnlo tnloHatJtJ
Harper were bests bI ts at a dtaser 81 of twen tW8IItYour twentyfour twentyfour ¬
tyfour covers la JAet t evening entng at their Utelrtome theirhome theirhome
home In Sixteenth street streetg streetlOss KreftKiss
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lOss Helen Taft TaftIs TaftIs TaftIs
Is Gu G Guest st t ef Hear HearTIM HegerTb HeoerThe
The Tb Secretary of t > mnupce tPCe and aII Labor Laborand Laborand
and Mrs Nagei N ware dinner Hosts last lastevening 1a lastevening t teeaiag
evening In honor toIter of MImi w H HTdt HTdtThe Helen i n TaftThe Taft TaftThe
The guests invited to meet the daughter daughterf
of f the President etrt were KIM Marionliver Marion MarlonOliver Marionliver
Oliver liver the th Misses Xb es Shepley Mise MI Sophy SophyJohnston SophyJohntoa Sophyrohnatoa
Johnston Xtos XI s Shirley ShlrJe Putnam Miss MtsaGladys XI XIf2Iad MissGladys
f2Iad Gladys Hinekiey Robert Taft the theAssistant thelIslatnt theAssistant
Assistant Secretary of Commerce and andI andLater ad
lAbor I abor Benjantin Bell S Cable Mr Ir deBeaufort de deBeaufort deBoaufort
Beaufort of the Netheriaa Netherlands NetberlaltClatlOB ds legation lega 1ngation ¬
tion Capt GraJttun G L L > Johnston 1J US USA S SA SA
A Lieut Kenneth Kr neth Pratt U S N Mr MrFowler MrFowlcr MrFowler
Fowler Dr Charlea E Hughes Hugh and andDr an41Dr andDr
Dr Davis DavisXlas DavisXt DaisMiss
Miss Xt 11 Helen Taftwa Taft wa was the sweat Sve t of ofhanor ofeC ofhoner
hanor of C Miss Edith Grade daughter daughterof
of Mr and Mrs lr Archibald Grade Gradewho Gradewho Gradewho
who entertained at t a ergeerade ergeeradedance ma 4ii rade elladedante radedance
dance last evening following the din dinner dlnYe dinnor ¬
nor given Ye by the Secretary and d MrsNagel Mr MrNagel Mrs XrsI XrsCh
Nagel NagelChriatntac NagelChristmas I
Christmas Ch green and pink carna carnation earnau carnatiae ¬
tion u formed the h loOse uee dec deceratlors deceratlorsand rations rationsand nLtJolaDd
and an orchestra played throughout throughoutthe
the evening 1It for the dancers dancersXlse daJlcerXJe dancersMiss
Miss Oracle Gra < Ie who was assisted in inreceiving Inp4Iefiviag inreceiving
receiving her guests gue ts by Miss Yls Mildred MildredFearn MndrMlj MildredFearn
Fearn represented r8Pe ente41 a beautiful bride brideand bridesad I Ian
and Miss X1 tl Yearn wore a dainty aht t J baby babycostume hobycostume b I IeeIItum
costume Miss t Taft did not Jt t mask maskbat mlL8kbut maskbut
but were a becoming gown of pink pinksatin pinkUa pinksatin
satinThe satin satinThe Ua UaThe
The party was chaperoned by CaptCharles Capt CaptCharles CaptCllarlee
Charles Russell Train U S N X and andMrs ano1Xq andMrs
Mrs Train Tn Mr and ad Mrs Charles Nil Kelson N Nilson l l110II ¬
son Hiker of Kentucky and Mrs MrsJohn YrsJoiuaXeltota MrsJohn
John JoiuaXeltota Melton Hudsins Mrs Irs Grade is isthe Isin 1SIn
In mourning urnfn aDei ands andsnot Dot entering Into Intoih Intothe
the ih festivities f UvtU of o the season seasonMrs seasonMrs ea80aXIL
Mrs Matthew T T i Scott scOtt president presidentantof prt6td At sen seneratpf eR eRC
antof C t tRevoivtlerw ts s eC u uRotvt AmCrkan AmCrkanRevoitrtkx
Revoivtlerw Rotvt wu wuUnrton w ice at ho hete fat at Ute ArUsrton Ar ArJhtctOD
Unrton this afternoon from fromttenal i t tdork to tooclock
dork to every mem member er of the D A AR AR
R wto o bas Mea puced upon any 11 11t na natiesal
ttenal t na1 or r special eeIiIIIteee eeIiIIIteeei eeIiIIIteeeCentral esmii saiimeee saiimeeeCentral iteee iteeer iteeeCentral
i r
Central HighCadets High HigkCaieU HikCaiet
Cadets Give Dance DanceThe DaDCeTbe DanceThe
The boys eC c Company C IW B ef the Con Central Ce CetnI1 Conteat ¬
teat Rica R School save aye ayeeve a dance hut hutevenhnr hostevesus
evenhnr eve III h the hall room r of r the ArMngton ArMng ArMngton ArMRStOIl
ton Hotel HotelAn HotelA HotelAn
An A orcbeatra be tnL tired yeti threwchovt UUou tewt the theevening Uteevet theevening
evet evening i for the he dancers who numbered cumberednearly numberednearly Jllimbece4JHNUly
nearly TM om ooan4es ooan4esThe CMrJIIIeSMae es esThe
The committee c ht charge of the dance danceIncluded onacetocltided e ebklvded
Included Capt Laurence M Leonard LaonartfFirst L LFIrlit LeonardFirst
First Lieut Lieu A Magruder McDonald and andSecond andSecond D4l D4l5ecoad
Second Lieut Charles J 1 DeeM Jr JrThe JrTtte JrThe
The chaperons were Mr and Mrs MrsGe XlsGeq Mrsurge
Ge Geq urge rEe e Leonard L v4t Mr and Mrs rs F J J Mc McI 3TclM > > c cDolald
Dolald lM I > oHild Mold and Mr and Mrs rs Charles J JDeahi 7DeahL Jhl
Deahi hl
J j1 H ROBINSON DIED OlEOOF DIEDSecretary DIEDfir
OF BROKEN HEART HEARTSecretary I ISecr
Secretary Secr tary to Senator Percy PercyFound PercyFoul1d PercyFound
Found Dead on Couch Couchin Coucin
in Senate Office OfficeOntkMiod OffieeC Officecsntoeed
OntkMiod C > > RtJRtIed from First Page PageBoth PagewHen Pagehe
he wHen only I when s Seater McLaurindied McLaurin McLaurinttl
died diedBout ttl
Both EMkr pt f the mm w we weir r anHMtra Ji of the theH the8Id theoil
oil H RfederaeF C J fed Both had IM I been on onUte ontit ontie
Ute tit lolls tit C baUie We duping durIa < < the civil war warColonel warCulMtel warColonel
Colonel Robinson Reel in osoand 9mma M of a Ten Tennwwe T Tesnnaive I Ie
naive e r ra ftan sh nt ° t and Anrtana A111J19IIIJ J Mc Mcuiurin Mc4a1ta
2 uiurin to a Mtestosippl command D4I as a abr a1t ab
br 1t r r of ftxte IboteNI IboteNIIt < n nSe
Se I it was not counted strange that thatemployer thatard thatemployer
employer ard employe e should have the theftoal thed
d ftoal + 11 al character of friend frI frIA friodaAnd friendAnd
And A when the Senator died the vet vetfran veteeereary vetas
fran as seeretary was heartbroken His HisIriends H1cIrleMs lirafriends
friends noticed 1eed Ms W abstracted air and andeaotraatad andenatJat andcontrasted
contrasted d it with the usually Jty sunnyes sunny sonnywhen sunnyUe
Ue Ueqaen es esltrhen
when Cojonei Gordon wa wan appointed appointedto
to till the vnexptred time of Mr Mc McLaurte McLaurin McLenthi I
Laurte he chose eM e his predecessors sec seerotary secretary ec ecretary ¬
retary as Ma W tls adviser and a friendshipsprang friendship friendshipsprang f endsRip endsRipJII
sprang JII g up between betw eR the new w Senator and andtlie andt1te andhe
tlie colonel
Praises PraisesSeCfetsIY PraisesSeCfetsIYW Secretary SecretaryWhen SecretaryWhen
When W eR Colonel Gordon Ge OII after aft < < his brief brieftajr brJeetaT briefstands
stands taT JB 1 the Senate went w bade to Mls Mlsfjertppl MbJoeppl > > 1f5
fjertppl he e was lo lewd 4 in hfe pratee e of ofSenator ofColonel
Colonel R Robinson RobinsonSenator
Senator SeIM OC Parey PWCTJtcwl newly elected from fTOmf Mta Mtastooippl Misslseippl
stooippl f felt that he could do d no better betterthan 1 betterthan etter etterUlan
than t te place hi his affairs aUa to the hands handsof handsof
of Colonel Robinson RobinsonBwt RoWaOftBut RobinsonBet
But that was all bfar b last at night nightSeme nightSame 1 1SeIDe
Same time during th evening Colonel ColonelRobinson ColonelRobinson
Robinson returned to Committee Room Ropatf R
6 of r the Senate BuDding He had hadbaen ha4beea hadbees
bees in the habit of staying there some sometimes 80mt1me sometinmes ¬
times at night although be made de his htehome hiswe hishotse
home we with a family tamO named MI Johnston at atln atJJ8 atlls
ln > Third street atr et northecK northecKThe BOrth it it itThe
The Janitors all knew tte tt e colonel and andwhen ancIwHo andwhen
when they went to the room last night nightto
to brush 1Iru h up and saw the th white te a hair of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the colonel resting upon a pfllow low where wherebe wherhe viht vihtlie
he lay on the ooueh with one hn hnthrown aMUaro1U ha hathrown
thrown carelessly cateI Y across his hI body as ashe asbe
be always ways slept tett they fast tipped over overand oyeratMI overand
and drew dre the heavy overcoat which whichcovered whichcoyered whichcovered
covered him closer about him and let letMm lethint I IWM
Mm sleep All of the Janitors loved lovedthe Iofedthe lovedthe
the coloneshtis colonel colonelThis toloafJITbl
This Tbl morning about a t f 1It aft Head Janitor JanitorWhite 1aDiOCWhIte JanllorWhite
White htis went to i tp the room rOOlli DOt having laageeA havingseek aavtesseen
seen the colonel The veteran socretarylay seeretary seeretarylay 8MretarJay
lay on the eouch He could not be berotwed berOUHd beAll
rotwed
All Want t to Help HelpWhen HelpWhen H p pWbeft
When wr W was passed that Colonel ColonelRebinson ColfnelReWn ColonelRebhhea
Rebinson wee itt or dead NoII there was no nolack neaek noleek
lack of meseansers ger ready to 1 bring aa aasietaace qstMaDee assistance
sietaace but wAteR Dr O H Combe ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived he verified the fear f that the old sldman ItIdsaaR oldman
man had died te Us i iNODe sleep sleepXone sleepNose
NODe of Colonel eoto el Robinsons family are arein arein arein
in Washington Fw PO the past three tnremonth tMHJDOIItbJJ threemonths
month h 1M < ha1 ha l made his home bolReat at the theThird theThird I IThinl
Third street louse The family with withwhom withwhets I Iwhem
whom he livi lived d kn 1uMW w nothing of his h1 life lifenor lifea0r I IDOC
nor did Dr DrTeeu Jess Shoup of Second Secondstreet seenc1fitreet Secondstreet
street and Maryland ar avenue T nuo to whom whomhe whomlie i ihe
he applied for profeBelonal profe elo al advice a viee a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days ago Il know more MOI or of him than that thathis t thathis at athis
his physical condition was very Ttt bad badTelegrams b8dTelesraJftS badTelegrams
Telegrams VIne w re sent to Colonel Rob Robinsons RobI Roblasess ¬
insons I Rs daughter Mrs William H Hallock Hal Hallock HalIoek
lock of Bath N Y airti a to Ms h J brother brotherHarry brothttrHarry brotherHarry
Harry Robinson Ro1Jl aol1 of Louisville Ky KyGerman KyGerman KyGerman
German Cruiser Sent SentTo SentTo SentTo
To Caroline Island IslandBRRLIX IslandBBRLD IslandBlLRLlW
BRRLIX Doc D Doc c ST ZZ though the theCoioatal theCoIoRlal theColonial
Colonial vCfice received receh s a a cablegram eabht asa to toMr toddf
Mr 7 freni fronYtMe lr mtHe tole Geratan CiJ ftrnwui eev gevenieref n nMI of f the theCarolina theCaroUntY theCarolir
Carolina + a Island reporting rfI rttItg that the Ger German German German ¬
man soldiers upon the island I laDd could couldhandle eoJdIe couldhsndte
handle Ie the t e situation the German cruis cruiser ¬
er Batden was ordered from Tstoetau TstoetauChma TMItgtauada TstwgtauChina
China to tDPoRH Ponape wh wen r the natives arein are arein arelit
in revolt end ft4l are reported rep < < te4l to be ktti killing 1dbIaglfltuw killingwhliee g gMaryland
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Maryland Club Whiskey Whiskeyfor hiSkey hiSkeyfor
for the holiday entertainingexhilarating entertain entertaining enfertainingexhilaratin ¬
ing ingexhilaratin exhilarating delight deSgbtful de deful delightfill
ful wholesomeOa wholesome whok < ome omeOn
On all ban At A all B greeen
THE I IQUAL
QUAL QUALSUIT
SUIT SUiTSfOAE STORE 5HOE5TORE 5HOE5TORE13OS SHOEStOZE1305F I
1305 1305F F 13OS 303 F Fincluding FWontens FWomens
Wontens Quality Suits Suitsincluding I Iincluding
including every suit in our stock marked down for this special after holiday clearance sale to toSale toONEaHALF I ISaI I IONEHALF
ONEHALF PRICE PRICESale
Sale SaI also aIsoi1cludes includes every dress in our stock and we have designs and models that will meet theapproval the theapproval tbeapproval
approval of Washingtons ° s particu particuar ar women These prices will continue throughout the entire e ife safe safewhich saiewhich salewhich
which starts MartsX2500
TOMORROW
X2500 2500 and 2800 Suits at 14045 14a45I
I X3000 3000 an anChoicest and X3500 3500 Suits at 16045 1645X3500
3500 and 4000 Suits at 1995 1995Choicest
Choicest materials newest models and styles Finest satin linings and a wide variety a ety of fabrics andshads and andshades andshades
shades shadesAlso
Also over 100 beautiful new dresses at onehalf price p ceincluding including a charming ch tm1ng assortment of ofstreet ofstreet ofstreet
street and evening gowrtsmessaline gowris messaline chiffon voile crepe meteor marquesette and nd serge sergeNotwithstanding se sergeNotwithstanding e eI
I Notwithstanding Prices P ces Are AreCat Cut to One Half ALTERATIONS ARE FREE FREEDENNIS I II
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New Jersey Teachers TeachersMeet TeachersAteet TeachersMeet
Meet At > Seashore SeashoreATLANTIC SeashoreA SeashoreATLANTIC
A ATLANTIC TLA IC CITY ITY K N1 J Dec 27The 27 27he f fThe
The he New Terser State Teachers As Assoclatlotr As6OClatloJrope Associaiion
soclatlotr 6OClatloJrope opened td its fiftysixth annual annualmeeting aosrualmJetln annualmeetingln
meetingln meeting tin In the High School auditorium auditoriumtoday audltorJumtoday auditoriumtoday
today aDd when the president called calledthe ca canedthe ed edthe
the meeting to order the large hall waS waScrow4ed wascrowded vva vvacrowded
crowded with teachers from rom every par parof part partof partof
of the State State Superintendent of ofSchools ofSchools r rSchools
Schools CVarles J J Baxter and Prof ProfPatjl ProP ProfPahl
Patjl P I H Hanqi of Harvard University Universitydelivered Untvenltydelivered Universitydelivered
delivered addressee addr ses and the reports roportS of ofseveral oCseveral ofseveral
several committees 6 were received Te elvedTbe elvedTbeeSiW The Thesession Thesession
session eSiW his t ls evening eveningwin will be deveted te tethe t ttlie tethe
the memory of those members who diedduring died diedduring diedduring
during during the year ear and to an address ddree by byI 1 1Dr byDr > >
I Dr > r Stephen S Wise of New ew York An Aninteresting AnIuuestlng Anintt
interesting intt resting program has been arranged arran arranfor
for tomorrows sessions e SO and the meet meeting meeting meetleg ¬
ing will adjourn T Thursday ay noon
JY9D TwoJDead t Many Man Hurt HurtIn JIt1rtiri FurlIn
In Collision of Trains TrainsLOUISIANA TrainsLOUISIANA TrainsLOUISIANA
LOUISIANA Me M Dee 3 87Two 87Twowere 7Twnwere Tan Tanwere
were killed en enq < g fA f fatally aly Injured and andothers andotbers andothers
others hurt when t fh tbJ e Ped led ed Hummer HummerLimted HummerLlmted HummerLimned
Limned on the Chicago Chlc Chlcse s and Alton Altoncra AItoncrahe Altosctsshei
cra crahe he into the rear en end ofa of a a freight freighttrain freighttrain reigbttraln
train at Farber near herejat liere at 215 215oclock 515oclock 15 150clocktllJ6
oclock 0clocktllJ6 tItlemorning tItlemorningThe thj morning morningThe morningTbe
The dead de d are areEngineer areBnstn areBnglneer
Engineer Bnstn T Davis of the passengertrain passenger passengertrain pa zsenger zsengertrain <
train and Flagrman Flora of the thefreight thefreigkt thefreight
freight Fireman Craetireejef CraDtr the passenger pas passenger p psenger ¬
senger was fatally Iajitrp4 Iajitrp4The IIJStt ie jai jaiThe fi fiTbe
The limited known k WP as 8 Nt X 9 wa waspeeding wU wUspeedlng waspeeding
hoar It was wasbound wasbound
speeding flfty miles an J Jbound
bound for Kansas City where it t was wasdue wasdue wasdue
due at 8 orfeok Tfae enstee e en me ne bag baggage hagge baggage ¬
gage ge car and anaeker sn eker ker OB 9 te passen passenger p pssenger sen senger ¬
ger train and the rear eeaehes eeceh tin n the thefreight thereig thefreight
freight reig t were ere derailed aad tad splUtered lI tered
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Womens Misses Childrens ChildrensReady ChildrensArticles
Ready eady = to = Wear ArticlesAt Articles ArticlesXV
At tIalf llalfPrice llalfPriceThese Price PriceThese
These ckpartrriente de depa irriei1ts were taxed to their utmost u1mosttodaj today attenafng attenafngthis a after enaing enaingthis iin g gthis
this great onehalf ha1f price sate sa Never in our history h haiie re we ever everi everoffered everoffered
i offered such tremendous t bargains Be here tomorrow bra bright b t andearly and andearly andearly
early for such values as we offer in these th e readytowear Tead toear departments departmentswill
i will not linger long 101 Remember ReI11em r readytowear articles t 1es at half price priceLANSBURGH priceExtra
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i 1 colors and fancy mixtures WOT wtarth up to toL
L 3500 Tornorrowsat theedal Die slat price priceJ priceof
of 409 409EXTRA
EXTRASPBCI EXTRA SPECIAL SPECIALSale L LSale
Sale of Longcloth LongclothForOue
ForOue For One Day J 5 570O Tomorrow TomorrowOO 1
70O OO pieces English Longcloih soft chamois finish for machinesewing machine machinesewing machinesewing
sewing specially adapted ai pted for womens s and childrens underwear underwear12yard underwear12yard underwear12yard
12yard pieces piecesU5 peCeSo
Si U5 1 o 25 Grade Per Piece 0 98c
1 169 69 Grade rad Per Piece 139
175 Grade Per Piece 149 149No
No mail or l lS phone a orders filled filledRead filledt filledSale
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S Sale aI of Sheetings SheetingsRead
Read this carefully carefulIygreat great values in Sheetings and other otherDomestics otherDomestics otherDomestics
Domestics which generally interest the economical housekeeper housekeeperSHEETINGS housekeeperSHEETINGS housekeeperSNEETINcIS
SHEETINGS
104 Bfeacfied B eac lied Sheeting free from dressing Regular Regular30c Regular3oc 2 6 C
30c value Special S al
94 Bleached BJe3 bed Sheeting Sbe Qpg free from fio n dressing dressil1 Regukr Regukr28c Regui r2value r 24
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28c 2 2value value Special = cia1 n n26c
84 Bleached 1ea Sheeting ti free i from 1 dressing Regular Regular26c 22c
te te1ea
26c tic value Special
74 4 Bleached Sheeting free from dressing Reguhr Reguhr25c RegI Reguar23C 20c
25c value Special
114 Unbleached 45inch 45 1ch Pillow PillowCase PillowCaseSheeting PillowCaset Case CaseCotton
Sheeting Cotton t n
This Is great eat value full 2 yards yardswide yardswi yardslaerepperm
wide wi laerepperm e Yeppterm make inak fineround fine fineround finea1
round Special a1 thread 35c 3i value valueSpecial valueSpecial J e25c e25c54inch
54incli 5 Inch Unbleached UnbleachedSheeting UIibleachedSheeting UnbleachedSheeting
Sheeting SheetingFull SheetingFull
Full ly 1 yds wide made of fine fineSea fineSea fineSea
Sea Island cotton for sinIebpd sin <
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Special 1 Z
2 Cases Tine TineWamsutta lilin lilinWamsutta PineWamsutta
Wamsutta Nainsook NainsookIn N ailsookIn
In mill endsv and = 2 to 1 18 yds width width3r29 width36x39
3r29 inches for ladies flee under undergarments undergarments undergarments ¬
garments A rare opportunity oppor f g gtunlty
tunlty to get such cvalues cvalues18G3bcand values valuesISc 1 0 C
ISc 18G3bcand 25c 2 c and 29c 9co Special

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