W~sif onsTown chiorsptm
Ne AS&isten Supefintendent
Ha. Seen Principal at
Thae will be no Reese C. Bruce
raw In the District public seheelS
thi It was apheunced by As
peritendent of Seh"ol1
EKramer today that Gar
SnotC. Wilindson, formerly prineipal
of Defber High School, has been
isidialed assistant sueitnn
l j f colered schel to sue
ft om his Off"ie 6outensibly
ft a 06xtended leave of sbsence."
The announcement comes as a our
in school circles se it was gR
understood that Wilkinson wes
to succeed Bruce only temporarily
whilOe ruce served out his "extended
leave of absence." The suddennes0
asn quick dispatch with which the
"Bruce case" has been settled new
once and for all time 1o a cause for
much oobjecture. many saying they
can hardly "believe their own ears."
The Roscoe C. Bruce term as as
seletat superintendent In charge of
colcgi schools, has been a constant
and e0rthauAl cause of trouble In the
Schools here. At any time in the
year the "Roscoe C. Bruce row" was
apt to 6"'ak out. Many t'ie or
gamiotisme, notably the Pareat's
League, took part, demanding the re
moI Eof the colored superintendent
and the turmoil was a continual
cause of embarrassment to the school
Hearings were conducted by the
board of education at the Franklin
in which the charges were aired.
They were held so frequently. In
tact, whenever the row would break
out again, that the public begun to
think . it was part af the ,Aohool
. ut ma was never
i . eto ~b"year.
At the close of last year's school
team It was aanoned that Garnst
C. Wilkistm would temnperarily
gussd Drume who bed been aaeate4
lee of ab e
his a**, aum sew'
Osmldered Good Toebs.
NO bIe Identified with the
public schools for the Vast
years tarting out as a
teacher in the colored high schools,
Tbe has rises to the principalship of
the Azring High fchool, and!
%later Dunbar High School.
is ofesidered a good ,man for the
EXAMINATI'NS TO SE HELD
FOR CIVIL SERVICE JOBS
The CIil Service Commission has
announoS that examinations will be
heM to fill vacancies in the following
t'JIM ot In market Information,
,116 0 06 a year; junior assist
an inr, $1,"I to
$2 a year; reau Markets and
of Crop Estlnates; experts in
c ielr,_Popattest of Labor.
$1 to ,3,U a gear. with actual
teg libpeneso and a per diem in
lied df subsistence during absence from
uarrs on official business; as
t examiner, Patent Office, $1.600
a r; dictating machine transcriber.
r-kenftal Service, $1.100 to .$1,400
a.ddition to the basic salaries
above, the bonus of $20 a
th will be allowed for mest post
t* the salary of which does not
$2~ElI8,160 a year.
I Iformation and application
may 'be obtained at the office
f Civil ertice CommIssion, 1724
F street northwest.
KEANE COUNCIL K. OF C.
TO ELECT TOMORROW
Section of of flcer. will take place
togerroWr night when the Keanse
Osul Knights of Columbus, meet.
in e K. C. Hall, 606 E street north
.Charles 1. Griffith. grand
knI t, wijI preside and all members
of ab council are urged to be pres
~ret; 4.60a t 66bun0 as -
tow .smaller homes at 81., e
j~dISY ceabparment. 3116 to 6100,
a re es and ath brick; furnae
e 40 per enesth; posessele.
CHEVY CHASE MO VE
3y Owner at Bargain Price
Watieally nw and seleatly fur.
ed tb ente lbee se
s, .with all modern im re1Ivent
"..u:* r eiin. i
term of eano dtiffereo
a potatoe evrii tn Ih
trli a take 4
t farm for three ears.
W at N D t c as
as.Uy is seu the m ean.s of
nMa atse awe ever ready s
proe thr ries.
* u's the lver H iIn Ihe. war
dteed that enese lbreMbs.
The only praee re-tenors we
knew 1 are the corset assautae
r e st oft en esteak.
Merce en stheey
cght pay msee s de he.
rob Uk. 41.. oM"to e
a mt e m . am a
oh, yes, li, I aiteet f trgtt
oanoa-th-eeb disessionm. We eI
ather e tiese tones -
tug their ears on iroeb $-ibs t .
jfgi &d N th $b . ]Bt No
emely. w a VtkedI
est .f ged arsmed 13
eat of ter, lovef right EWON$
CW's and nsee begine to rosns.
' ays $90
R se : # tea .
Pegesen es eg
FOR I AND 8 POETS.
poete I and S
is funished by JOs CONKLIN,
eewerning the "Anthelo f
N#W~ re V~re b DPA
N Iw JVer' by Or.
.A , id, Oklako-a. In
the 190 edition of this pJwoliation
there were four poems by R and 8
Writers. Mr. Conklia etates that
there is much good verse in the
Old Coluuns worthy of i place in
the Anthology of 1931, whisk goes
to press toward the end of the
and he sggest. that the awthere
of the veres ead ceppings to Dr.
Davis, with pleas and date of pesb
liestion. There i no EZPlse at
tacked, Conklin states, and no
.7 Davis seeks the best news
pper verse is the comitry, and
Amso for lost sewillk,
publeatfons, but M er a "M -.
bor of love."
Th verse this year in H and S
has been far br~hter, and better
than ever before, dnd A O at
tracted wide attention among the
film prodwers and newspapers.
STILL, HILL, PILL.
A little house A little still
Upon a hill. u POe ta hi.
Robled the house OV. Mus6t I tell
A little Still. hlb sad tWe. 811L
A i ttle t0n. A. grqa
Put In the still. FaIblte 6r f titll , p11
001"d the house Canr 4d toeo
typon the bill. A*&? the still.
T he good Lord maede the worLd
in peace and now it is in pisecee.
W. L. I fJFFM AN.I
THlE BEST DANCERS.
Those are additional nominations
for the ett~' a t daneere:
By "K ~ThTBUNCH"-MIL
DREN PATTERSON, "SPEED"
JORDAN. B. MARTIN, MIKU
KEMP, -CHARLF ICCO, ERtMA
CAIR, 1GERT UDl BULL!
VAN. LUIA PATTURSONf
By "PEGGY fl8"' - BOfl
WRENCH, GEORGE MOCK, JOE
McGRATft, TRED KERDER, UL
LIOTTl DAt,. M. McCLULLAND,
JIM NAYLOR, AL 1UAVfS.
By0. H. M.-The three, beet are
JAMEI, and JIMMIE RAEDER.
BEACH POLICE FORCE TO
GATHER AT CHESAPEAKE
Menmbere of the C7hapake Beach
policee torce and the Chesapeake
Beach ercheetra will heM ther annual
outing tomorrow at the regort. Moore
than 2,0ff persona are espected to at
George Hasard, captain of pollce, Is
In charge of arrangements. Pree dane
Ing, atn orchestra concert. athletic
events, fIshIng, bathIng and boating
are on the program.
The outing wilt be one of the two
clesIn exoursonm of the ses. The
other will be the annual Outing ot
Local No. 2 of the Plate Printers
Union. to be held bturday. Mere than
1.000 are oxpected to attead, Muebe
yill be furnished by tee orelsesug,
'ere will be along prrsnetath
chairman of the escursiOn ommittee,
Dansiel Hassett chairmnan ot the ath
leticecomnmittee pnd J. brter e.ar.
.... .1 ,s. fs...... ........e
THIS 18 G00D D09E.
"Mother, may 1 go a-riding?"
"Yes, my Mset Lueile,
5, give your triend this advice;
'keep one hand on the wheel.'
COMP'JMRNTING THE 0AJMN.
It's not often that AVouches
or critics hammer the G. 0, C.
but it is often that adipirers of
the soluamu compliment t.
DUDLEY C. OCCAULT, prom
inent lawyer, with off'ces in
Cincinnati and Washington, re
cently wrote this letter to Bill:
Before I had the pleasure
of making your acquaintance
I thought "Bill Price" was
onl a pen name, but it has
'A possible to visualize the
ceof who provides the delight
ful daily H and S menu, and
I feel like contributing to the
I .Oceault was a personal
'friend and neighbor for many
years of the late LUE Me
LUKE whse"Bit of By Play"
in the Cincinnati Enquirer made
him nationally kruwn as a h
ONE EDISON OVERLAORED.
I a GAA S8 widown see, en a
STRA W-RID, wil s I *tur
with the HAY /ever?
ff. SMI T .
Wel the ""-rgh- are
strayiugbne h lte our village ad
= the = ifr s 5 sottme 91 c"
at", which wie a h. Job'*
LOOKING FOR WASBRD AIR!
Just saw a little ad of Keith's The
'Com$660 Inflew of loed sad
Dor It I've ever seen the washing
out on the line, but I'll ony that It's
a great theater anybow.
Why give the credit e taeo
do Ganta Ie theIv
E dool: the of cewe
Jeesham, 110 whole's
IL . 8U B CAAIN'.
TIMA' TO QUIT.
It's timle to st" drinking when
Hear a banana peal.
See a bird light.
Watch a match box.
See a board walk.
Rear a diamond ring.
aee the water weigh.
Watch a pStel hammer.
See a cake walk.
Hear a tree bark.
Watch the hay rake.
Here's the -e e- eed 3a--eleesm,
Captred b4 re ssealem.
Ion can a" by him stle
Ues a great 'rns,
Every mhe an beambesute 'em.
And aio this great specimen of
the antmnal kingdom by PNIL
MAN4FIELD. who seeks a name
qI audileen ithe laad et nse,
OBIad with Jekee ad picture
A s entributions big.
Te eash he slees a twoehsch sare.
'Tim fed 55st the Q~eGe
shed before c
* known. Thoeas
Prices are rese
ment easy. Coui
AND AUTO THEFT
Public Hacker Is Bound, agged
and Deserted on Bladons
Less than an hour elapsed be
tween a double hjIdup and .v.utomo
bile ehof this m(43*ig aiiii i ar.
rot, by Liout. Guy Burlingemn and
Detective Sergeants Lohmanm and
Itussell, of two youthe charged with
They are Albert Wilmer Krause.
twenty-two years old, of ;"I2 1
ptreet northwest, and Joseph Kelly.
sixteen, whose address the police
have not learned.
Archie Flynn. 611 M street north
west, a public haeker. was held up
by two pamengers late this mning
on the Blendensburg road just out
side of the Ditrict line, one of the
men stcking a revolver against him
ribs. Flynn wa bound and gagged
and thrown to the grou nd.
Ridng In the stolen machine, the
bandits held up Albert Gates. 1434
Harvard street northwest. at Con
necticut .avenue and K etreet north.
wet, and robbed him of 170.
In the .meantime Lieutenant itur.
lingame and the two detectives, an
the trail, saw a nchine answering
the description of the sten car.
and fave chase in a car leaned by
Josep Brown. Flynn's employer.
The chase led to sisth street and
Florida avenue southeast. a distanft
of two miles. whe the stolen mar
was lest sight of. The detectives
left the autessebile and took ufp the
sMarc% afoot. Sergeant Rumsell found
the two young nen aoadiinng a
machine at Thirteenth and H streste
and they wre sd under &trrot.
The polkaee af that they ton.
feossed to the tjo heldup& an , obeft
of the car. They are charge on
the police blotter with the holdups
Two Coast Ship.Concerns and
Merchants and Manutacturers
Steamboat freight rates between
Washington and New York have been
materilly reduced, effective Soptem
ber 29. am the result of negotiations
Just completed between the local Mar
chants and Manufacturers' Assm*
tio, the Norfolk and Washington
Steamboat Company, and the Old Do
minion Transportation Company.
Final arrangements for the reduc
tione were completed this morning at
a conference between W. H. Callahan.
baffle manager for the Norfolk and
Washington Steamboat Company, and
Charles J. Columbus. secretary of the
Merchants and Manufacturers' Ame
The differential between rail and
.ater, which has been restored by the
new rates. is appreilmately the saa.
as that prevailing before the war.
when the servies was very largely
used by Washington merchants buy
inn from Atlantio coast cities.
The differential that now exists on
the various classes of freight is as
Classes. 1 2 3 4 6 6
Water.... 71%4 41 60% 38 29 26
Rail...... 77% es 66% 42 32 23
CAVALRY BAND TO PLAY
AT MT. ALTO HOSPITAL
The weekly concert for the ecoree
of former service men and their
friends at the Mt. Alto Hospital,
U450 Wieconsin avenue, will be given
tomorrOW evenlig at 7:30 -o'clock by
Mrs Hing has been a feuent
vistr to Mt. Alto dillmed 5s1
diers and sailors and each week bones
of floWer. from the White House con
eervatory are sept out to each ward
in the institution.
TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB
SEASON OPENS SUNDAY
The fermal lnanurs of the new
$lu wi tae place at th Counr
Club on Sunday evening, at 1 o'clock.
Andlboate programn has beerr ar
Speoel entertainment features and
pidoos . wil sppleet te
idhed by Brook. Johns' novelty or
iineiae a 5estee et edoeotieost
tai advestteements Ia this wasee
rdp1 say vee toen esl t ad keep.
Sbegun now wgll be Aa
Id weather, insuring a
t. Our reputation is
ids have been success
We 'guar ntesese f
sable and terms 00f pay.
ntitation without charge.
TO B SAWED 1I
M49 Flora Hodge Defies lu
sienist at Keiths to Pe
WANTINI-Ton $tim bo l- swed T, %16
ot Keith's this week. Geatee
10 heirs n rvet r faaity. apIn sAsII
ant Mnaseer Cbkwaltt.
This lttle want ad. under the Help
Wanted Foaale classlfleaton in The
WAshington Times yesterday. strik
Iugly Imprssed two facts upon 'the
msagement of Keith's Theater to.
NOy 1is Answer.
First tisey were astounded at the
remarkable results that Times want
ads bring, because many tienes e
girls answered the foregoing reader.
and second, they were emvinoed that
there are scores of Washington girls
with suffloient nerve and courage to
stAboit to Ck bifureation at the
hands of orace Goldin. who is
anmaIng large audiences with his act
ent=ed "A Woman Swed in Half."
tespondlng to the above want ad
in The Washington Times, several
hundred il eitter appeared in per.
son at Iteh's Ystardav and today
or telephoaed their acceptsae*
the proffered opportunity to be bi
After talking with and sisin p
al the applisats. Magiclan a
selected Miss Flora Hodge, of 0t0
third street northwest. an the one
most nearly the sis and bueld of
Miss trene Vanderbilt. his partner.
who has been sawed Ip two for 3ev
eral months sad Is sady in 'noed of
a rest to "pull herself together," as
Defies saw Expert.
All went well until details were
discussed. Magician Goldia insisted
that Miss Nodge wear a eostkme.
She replied that she did not care
for that, but would go on the stage
"a is." The two debated the mat
ter for a while and Miss Hodge
finally made the statement that she
did not believe the illusionist could
saw her 14 half and put her to
gether again unless there was some
trick about wearing the costume.
She defied Goldin to make a try
at @owing her In two In -her street
clethes and after returning to her
Gen aMe wrote him a chanenge
t stage last night Goldin
read her chanlenge and said he had
accepted it and would try the ex
perument with her tonight.
"I have never tried this scientifte
experiment with anyone in street
clothes before." sa Goldin today,
"but I have reason to believe i, will
be Just as successful with a strange
lady in street dreg.. However. If it
does not, my bondsman will make
goad on the $10,000 guarantee to
Mss Hodge attended yesterday at
ternoon's inatinee at Keith a and
manifested the keenest Interest i1
Goldin's act.. which bold the audi
noce spellbound and left everyone
aLaINg "How do they do it?"
saMg At DescRibed.
The startling act Is one of the short.
est and apparently simplest every seen
at Keith's. Goldwin appears on the
stags with a box, In which he, locks
Mime Vanderbilt. allowing her hsad
hands and ankles to protrude from
either end. Two members of the au.
dience, selected in such a manner an
to eliminate any passibe suspicion
that they are confederates. hold her
hands and feet while Goldin and as
sistant saw the box In half with a
large. PaUes crosscut saw.
When the Job is completed the two
sections of the box are pulled far
apart, and Goldin walks between them.
Meanwhile the two men from the au
dience mhaintain their grip on the sub
ject's hands and ankles. After the au
dience has satisfied itself that Miss
Vanderbilt has been sawed in half,
001din has the two setions of the box
shoved together again, and she esmee
forth intaet instead of ia pieces.
"What did you think of it?" Miss
Hodge's was asked after the matinee.
Thhas N' Wonderful.
"It's woniderful," she replied. '"ie'
"Do you st l think you would like
to try being sawed in half?"
"Well, I should say so!" she ex
claimed. "You know what a wopnan's
cii riostty is when it is aroused, and
mine is thtoretuthly aroused now, and
I an all ibe amore eager to try the et
periment te see how It comnea out. I
will be In the audience Wednesday
night, and If Mr. Goldin acceptS my
chalentge, I shall mnestplingly agre
to get into that box an let him hak
me to pieces with that big saw and
try to ptit mte together again. There'sI
a certain youang ,man list Washingtoni
who thipk a wh lot of me,-fIb
lieve all I hgr and, for his enke, I
hope Mr. Goldin will be successful in
glucing the pieces togethter."
of ant ta
D. C. GIRL A
She doesw't balieve he can saw N
Therefore she challenged him to a
trial but a failure," and he accepts
mont will be watched with Interes
slor n is't a bit hard to look at
seC a tooth or so and doesn't che
.halves of her together he will pay
Today. at 4:p i. he C tol.
by the V. 11. Main ,5 Jam
H. sentelman. leader.
March-"tar t the uard."
Overt ure~" Vsoe..........41t(1111
aPrice a Messge.''..
Clarlet solo-"I Puritahl
* uuioeo. amUj Relds.
-end seenes from 'Madama
s ult.rfly . . .. Puccini
Suit-L~lee0m1 No.I fia
a. Prelude. Allegro declso-tempo
b. Miametto. Ahllegro gletos.
e. Adagelo. Adagio.
d. Willou. Allegretto moderalo.
- star spanged aeo.
MAY BE WOMAN
Attempt to Enter Roland Apart
ment Follows Call of Fe
male "Bod Seller."
The thief who h been removing
loks from doors by means of a gim.
let and who has been' giving.the de
tectives oonelderable trouble. is be
ieved to be a woman. In the last few
weeksk paet only have apartment
houses ad drivate dwellings been en
tered. but also business places
Mrs. Flora P. Fernald. who lives at
the Roland apartment house. Second
and Marylan avenue northeast, re
ported to the police of the Ninth pro
cinct that an attempt was made yes
terday by a thief to enter her apart
When Mrs. Fernald returned homi
she found that two hoiqa had bee
bored in the framework of the door.
She reported the discovery to peopli
living in the apartment and she learned
from a woman. who rents an apart.
mnt on the lower floor, that a woman
oalled to see her and wanted to sell
bonds. She inquired particularly
about tIa F'ernald family and was told
that the Fernalds were not at home.
CATHOIC BIO BROTHERS
TO HANDLE DELINQUENT$
Plans for handling the juvenile de
Unquency problem in Washingtom
are under way today following the
organisation last night of the Cath
ole Big Brothers. In a meeting held
at the headquarter. of the Catholic
United CharitIes, 324 Iadiana ave.
The new organ isationm will work in
co-operaten With the Juvenile Coturt
and the publi and parochial school.
Offtmers elected lat night are: The
Rt. Rev. Moninor C. F. Thomas,
honorary president; A. 3. Driscoil,
president; T. P. Rooney, vlee presl
dent; M. J. Racioppi, decretary; J
T. Byrne, treasurer; P. H. Walsh
financial secretary; A. A. Durkin
Maurice Ftzgrald. William Lusbs
and R. P. Rpetti, sa.c'inal vict
resients. and Judge William H. De
Lacey. Josph O'Lonea. John H. Zs
bel, Robert Barrett and F. Betta
members of the board of direct ore.
Speakers last night were Jugs
Kathryn Sellers, of the Juventi
Court; Judge DeLacey, the Rev. Johbi
O'Grady, president of the Unitst
Catholic Charities, and A. J. Driscoll
e great advance tin tin.. none have
iwoth ayou to akno h at ery
i yars t haa stood pre-eminent
nt:re hibs af be forever
h a powerful antioeptic after each and
it eed Ra NeaO nution.
ey a a in jble Deetal Werk
D OF ED
MISS FLORA HODGE.
r in half and put her ther again.
Sea n"Nothing beats a
Ierd . reuut of the erri
by the audiene at Keith's tonight.
dhet's ho hat Geldir's saw
r her up. IfGodin cannot put the
wr relatives $10,000 indenaity.
GOES, BUT NEu
Chesterfieldian Lads Now Worry
as to Ethics on Revolv
- ing Doors.
With the day of doom at hand
for this season's faithful straws and
a the mercury and alchohol in the
notrvenir thermometers begin the
erratic retreat which will take them
into their kennels this winter, the
baying of etiquette hounds resounds
over Washington. as they gir
themselves for the coming fray.
Por, io. sfter a happy summer,
the day is fast approaching when
the entrance to every large store.
government department and office
building mI the city will be blocked
once more again by revolving
With that day arises the old
prol~em. which has shorn the con
fidence and happy smile from the
face of the etiquette hound and
sprinkle silver liberally among the
blond and brunette thatch which
uphold, his hat.
Shall the man allow his fair
companion %to preceed him through
the revolving door and pit -her
strength against its stubborn im
mobility? Or shall he commit the
breach of etiquette of stepping In
first 'and thus shoulder the burden
That's the problem of the age in
all its raw, grim reality.
There are Innumerable ramifics
tine of the problem, however.
Suppose the door to be peculiarly
hung and motionless and the man's
arms full e of bundles. Shall he
unload them on the lady so that he
can put his shoulder to the door
and do the real job of it? Shall he
lay the bundles on the floor in a
vancant compartment and shove
them through by main strength?
Shall he laF them on the ground out
side the door and carry them in
one at a time after seeing the lady
safety through? Shall he-but what's
the use! Figure it out yourself.
REALTY MEN TO GATHER
AT BI-MONTHLY DINNER
The regular semi-monthly huncheen
of the Washington Real Ustate Bogard
will take place tomorrow afternoon
An ofca ofathe Sta Deartmen,
whoes name has not been announced,
ir exece to s 1pe. George Y,
Te oarrangement commiteon
and Percy H. Rulsel.
--is the highest class of1
pays well. Fine positions
women btween the age
eyesight, hearing, health a
hours assigned are the esa
Apply Arst floor, 722
Landlords and Tenants at beI
Until New Official Is I
Washington landlords. and t
are In the peculiar ltaastioe e
knowing whieh owes 0he other,
mqch. and why.
The present snarl of the &a
Yarn i directly traoesae to ate
iay in the apolintment. by Mhe
Conmissioners. of an sttor*t
aid In making dofeerminationae.
provided by the Rent Act Mxten
approved August 24.
Provision Is made In the recatSPg
enacted eatension of the Uas @dt
that landlords, who, by the raw
of the see. see Judged to have X
lected excess rentals from thew
ants, shall have a thirty-day
of grace In which to return
esems rentals beftre they rht; W
subject to the penalty of
twice the amount of retatd M
apeelnie case of vidlation. 4n
tion to paying the east of the
ceedings. including an attorney's
Landlorde are ti ng at the
Rent Cenwilon ofls oan o
deavor to learn whote h,
oancel the rentalh
tenants for the etVrett nwnt*' in'
cases where the rdate due Eiqi
the nwnth's rental. *
Landlords are anxious to km*de
whether the conditoine In thgir ope
cite casse make It awesemary to r#
bate. for if they are Nable, gad do
not repay the eteas rental cat
lected before September 24-sthe ex
piration of the monteWa gre-the -
will face double payment and atter.
The a&ition of an atterney to the
omminsion Is one of the moat Im
portant provisions of the act as e*.
"the commission shall appoint S
secretary." Ways see01 1 of te Ex.
tended aet, "whe shall receive a e
ary of I3A0 a year. and a* attor
ney. who shall receive a fary of
$6,00 a year."
rifteen business days resale
which landlerd. esay repay *
rentals without aiddim al w
"In al casin," r6a ee tte -
"where the owner of any rental gs~p.:
arty. apartment. or hotet las, g
to April 18. 1921, colleted Or ft.
calved any rent or ehars therefmN
in exMess of the amount tned Is a;
determination of the commsien
zMade and In full force and ef4st in:
acdordance with the pvidene it the
title, he may within thirty days after$
this sectog takes effect (August 24),;
returt =th rental er eharg to ta-.
ant direatly, and if much ream it
made within such period the owners
shall- not become liable under the pro
visions of section 112 of -this act."
Appointatent 9 an attorney t.,
speed up determinatin Is expete
within the coming week. eacth day'!
additional anxiety upon the part of
landlords maore deeply tmpressing the
Commissioners with the need of ea
tion. The appointrnent is undoubesy
delayed through the abeence from the
city of the chairman of the com
sien. A. Leftwich Slnelair, thou*
these at the commtssien's efficem ey
press the opinion that the com
.p fairly certain of the pone tot
named from several poibl ft under
)81 s no mw. or orb i
Jh s 1 =e =WV
a print consists ot repse,
ducing distinctly that whisk tile
eye beheld. Grove, at 12te G,
al the attributes IpHidb
the word "QUALITY."
rork. It is permanent and
are open for singlseung
sofl18and 25. Good
ad wililagness to werk the
rwelfth street nrthwest.
amme Tehpheme CanmaaT
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