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| News of The World Briefly Told
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Cannon and l»nr<> a< Si. llioninn.
ST. THOMAS. I*. \\\ I.. Mar^Ii 11.
Th<* 11 am burg-American 11m* steamer
Hhiclier, havingi on hoard Speaker
< 'atm.m anti a parly of represeiitativ**fl
Mho are destined for the isthmus to
inspect the work tiring done on tin*
Manama canal, hits arrived lion*. r«W
uo| I,. \\ Into l»ush(*.v said 1he vessel
had made a line voyage and that all
tin* members of the party were well.
All the representatives came ashore.
The sun was shining brilliantly, and
then* was a great run on white linen
suits, straw hats and green lined um
brellas.
Roil* Make Haul of $7.r»oo.
Ivl'TAIS. Transcaucasia, March 11.—
The treasurer of the state revenue, ac
companied by two policemen and sev
eral local official**, was driving through
the streets in a carriage with $7,500 in
his custody when three bombs were
thrown at his party. Thin attack was
followed by a volley of revolver shots
from the bandits. Moth of the police
men, *tlie driver of the carriage and
one of tin* officials were killed, and
the treasurer and four other officials
were wounded. Tin* robbers seized the
nionev and made good their escape.
Ruby Marvin Seen ' u( New York.
NEW YORK, March 11.—The search
for Horace Marvin, Jr., the fonr-yeiir
olil son of Hr. Horace Marvin of Ho
ver. Del., was suddenly switched to
Now York yesterday through a letter
received from the kidnapers of Hie
hoy by (lie father, which indicated Unit
lie is being held captive in this city.
A report at police headquarters said
tlw boy was seen on a Hoboken ferry
boat.
Iriftli l.ectnrer In IIiiMjiitol.
KtHTIKSTKK, N. Y„ March ll.-Seu
mas McManus, the Irish writer and
lecturer, is in a Canandaigua hospital
suffering with a severe attack of rheu
matism. He lectured at Canandaigua
on Friday <-v ning, sitting in a chair
and suffering intensely. lie had to
cancel a Buffalo engagement.
K lll^cI'Kallier With Hnsclmll Hut.
SOU IN, (».. March II. ltiehard Ken
nedy. Jr., twenty years old, struck bis
falls r with a baseball bat. killing him
iiistnnlly. His father and mutlier were
quarreling, and the son came to his
mother's rescue, dealing his father the
filial blow. The hoy surrendered to
the polh e.
Mx-SeuahT I’tifth Dcnd.
"WASHINGTON. March It.—Former
T utted States Senator James K. thigh
n[ Alabama Is dead at bis home in
this city from pneumonia. The l'unorn!
services and interment will he eon
dinted on Wednesday tit Kal'aula, Ala
('list* Tuske-pree $5,000.
I MONT(.:»>ME*tY. Ala.. March 11 —
, Tin* fact tlml Bother T. Washington
' spoul $0,1 hili fur the entertainment of
President Roosevelt last summer seems
' the only tiling to criticise as a result
I of tile examination of Tuskegce instl
| laic nillde at the request of the legis
' Itttnre. This is a matter about which
there scents really no complaint, save
it Is thought by some that the figure
1s rather high.
KIoIipnI Vim Struimt‘ly l.ont.
1,08 AM1EI.ES, Cal.. March 11. The
entire Pacific coast, is stirred up by a
report that Frederick Weyerhauscr, a
leading lumberman, lias disappeared
front a train between here and Santa
ltarhura within the lasl forty-eight
hours. Weyerhauscr is said to tic
I wealthier than John It. Rockefeller.
I and his friends are much alarmed.
Xpit York Mini Held For Fraud.
SCRANTON. IV.. March 11.—.1. T.
Havilaml of 20 Broadway, New York,
who says lie is a stock specialist, was
arrested here on a charge of embezzle
ment. lie is accused of embezzling
$2:>.0oo Intrusted to him by Scranton
people for investment. He waived n
hearing and was paroled under the
care of two constables.
Sprinklers Soflkcll (lie Tlienter.
FA1,I( RIVER, Mass., March 11.
The interior of the Academy of Music,
! the largest theater in the city, and
three stores on the ground floor of the
building were thoroughly soaked yes
terday by automatic sprinklers in 1he
I healer which were started by a small
lire in flic upper gallery. The loss to
ail the occupants is estimated at Sio.
000.
For Intercolonial Trade.
MKIdtOI'RNE, Victoria. March II
The negotiations for preferential tariff
relations botween Canada and Austra
lia have reached an important stage.
Canada having submitted a definite
scheme under which she asVs conces
sions regarding fish, lumber, paper and
agricultural implements.
*1 ni-y Unnni-riiig linn Pneumonia.
SPIilMiFIELD. Mass.. March 11.—
1 Miss Mary Manncring, the actress, Is
seriously ill of pneumonia at the HoTef
Worthy. A severe cold caused her to
stop playing last Wednesday, and it
hits developed alarmingly.
tlotiili' Hotel ISiiriieil.
MOBll.E. Ala., March 11.—At 1 a. m.
this morning the St. Andrew's hotel
was destroyed, with a loss of SVl.Onu.
by tire. The hotel was full of guests,
but no lives w’ere lost.
Soli 111 Itx uu«i Ituef ou Trial.
SAX FKAXCIHCO. March XI.—The
trial ol Mayor Schmitz of Sail Fran
cisco ami Ahrnham Ituef, tin* one time
iiolitk-nl boss of Unit city, on Indict
ment)^ charging extortion opened liere*
lotlnjr Mayor Scliinitz was in Europe
when Hie iiulietineiit against liini was
IVsiiiul. Imt lie voluntarily returned to
lace his accusers. He entered a plea
of not guilty when arraigned. In tlie
meantime Ituef had mysteriously dis
appeared. but lie Is now in custody.
I.oiiInvIIIc Cur* IIuIt.-.I ll> Strike.
I.OFlSVILFE, Ky.. Mai-eli 11. —
With the exception of suburban and a
few ears carrying Failed Slates mail
not a street ear moved in Louisville
yesterday, the strike of the union em
ployees of the Louisville Hallway com
pany haring become elTcctlve. Al
though there arc nearly 300 nonunion
employees out of a totijl of 1.100, the
company made no attempt to run pas
senger cars. The police had nothing
to do.
(tut Dentil til l.luc if Kent.
SAVANNAH. <}a.. M i 11.—W. I\
Harrell, one of Dodge n ly's most
prominent citizens, was .hot dead here
by Mrs. Sal I it* Freency, Harrell own
ed tin* bouse in which Mrs. Frecuey
lived, and lie lmd gone there (o collect
tlx* rent. When he failed to get it he
told Mrs. Frecuey he would have to
put her out. Thereupon sin- drew a
pistol and shot him.
.I*irkaoil Dt'iinnncfN Tlielr I'Inii.
ALBANY. X. Y.. March 11.—Atlornqy
General Jackson in a letter to Senator
W. XV. Armstrong and Assemblyman
Sherman Moreland denounces tlielr
plan to create special legal bureaus for
the Insurance department and the fin
est. risli and game commission to <lo
the work that has been handled by
the attorney general.
Cornell Junior ami Fr^Mlinion KIo|»c.
SYRACUSE. X. V.. March 11.-Fear
ing opposition from tlielr parents. Hen
ry H. Downes, a Cornell junior, and
Miss Mary E. L. Boyer, a Syracuse
university freshman, ran away and
were married at Baldwinsvllle, near
(Ids city. _ _
Fire Destroi’* Brunswick flock*.
BRUNSWICK. On., March XL—Fire
here has destroyed the crosstie wharfs
if F. D. Aiken, burned between 8ii.
nhi and 15,000 tics and eight box ears
af tin- Atlantic Const line and coiisid
eralily damaged two four masted
schooners, the Eagle Wing and the
Alma E. A. Holmes. The totnl loss is
jsoo.oon.
Weather l’rolmhllttleii.
Fair and wanner: northeast winds.
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1 Morris Chairs
B ~ '_~ _ !
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■ wor^ 8.00. Golden oak, wide arms,
2 spring seats, with hair filled cushion,
S covered in velour.
u Q worth 12.00, quartered oak, shaped arms, j
S aJ and caved front, with spring' and plain
s velour hair filled cushions.

Q £* regularly 10.00, golden oak and mahogany
\J.OtJ finish, shaped arms and carved claw feet
5 with figured hair filled cushions, assorted coljnngs
s
6 & HO r°krularJy 12.00, quartered oak. spring
seats, all hair filled, plain or figured,
8 velotir cushions.
| MORRIS CHAIR
Q QQ regularly 4.00, golden oak frame, with
2 fw.t/O shaped arms and denim cushion.


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I $45 Three-Piece Parlor Suite, $27
it’s a three-piece, richly carved mahogany fin
ish suit, and yoy know very well that $45.00 will J
buy three magnificent parlor pieces in keeping with
a parlor of refined appointment. Just the thing for
the small parlor, and nothing is more effective in a
* large parlor than the contrast between the three- j
^ piece suits and the other odd-pieces.
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TEA BUSINESS SOLD
_
Thomas linker and Albert McDonald
Huy the Quinn Store.
Thomas Baker and Albert McDon
ald purchased the tea store of P. .1.
Quinn on Saturday from Mr. Quinn’s
widow. Mr. Baker was formerly in
the insurance business but will now
devote his entire time to bis new en
terprise. Mr. McDonald was until
j Mr. Quinn’s death employed in the
store as a clerk.
The new owners will make some
improvements in the place and have
announced that they will redeem all
Ihe premium tickets that were is
sued by Mr, Quinn. Possession of
the store was taken today.
At Wilder Hall Tomorrow Night.
Everyone who enjoys old-fashion
ed plantation buck and wing dancing
and coon songs should not fail to at
tend the performance of "The Moon
shiner’s Daughter,” which appears
at Wilder Theatre Tuesday, March
12. The play is too well known here
for us to go iuto detail, but season
after season it has come back to us al
ways carrying a good company and
pleasing the public. This season
1 there are several new faces added to
I the company, but we understand that
they were taken from the company
j which played the cities last season
; and will only serve to strengthen
the cast. It is one of those good, old
[ fashioned southern plays with a good
plot, bright comedy and lots of music
' that everyone likes.
Mrs. Oweus Wins Piano.
Mrs. William Owens, of 21 McClel
lan street, is .the winner of the plane
I in the Nicilel’ contest which has been
'going on since January 1. Mrs.
| Owens received 13,105 votes in the
three months. Her nearest opponent
received 7.280 votes, and the third
received 3,820 votes.
Hectors Exchanged Pulpits.
Rev. Edwai'd E. Matthews, rectoi
of All Saints’ church, Lakewood, oc
cupied the pulpit at all services ir
; St. Peter’s Episcopal church jester
day, in exchange with Rev. James L
. Lancaster, of St. Peter's church, wht
' preached in All Saints’ church w
' Lakewood.
I_
Bin ned at A. S. & It.
jj A foreigner employed at the Anier
I! lean Smelting and Refining Com
!| patty’s plant was badly burned abou
Ij the face and body at the plant yes
I terdny afternoon. He was removei
j to the city hospital Jn the company'
j ambulance.
Mgr. O'Connell At AH Masses.
| Mousignor B. T. O'Connell was a
'all masses in St. Mary’s Roman Cath
. olle church yesterday. Rev. Pete
Cori said mass at 8:30 and 9:30 a
1 in. The mecLal lenten services wil
I day and
_I
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There Is great indlguation among the Cubans over the, prohibition of cock-fighting
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DEPUTIES AT PRISON
WANT SHORTER HOURS
Assemblyman Tillman Has Introdtie
ed Measure Intuiting Work
ing Hay to Eight Hours.
TRENTON, Mar. 11:—The deputy
keepers at the state prison are
watching with eager eyes Assembly
I man Tillman*8 bill making eight
! hours in every twenty-four a full
I day's work for employes In the state
| penal institutions. The bill has pass
[ ed the house and is in the commit
: tee's hands in the**enate.
There is some little opposition to
; the bill in view of the fact that it
will necessitate the placing of extra
men in the institutions and as the ap
propriation for the coming year is
in there is no provision for the pay
of the new men to be hired.
The men now In the prison work
from G till G, and the work is confln
i ing. The pay of the keepers ranges
from $60 to $150 per month, and the
move for more pay made some time
ago was side-tracked for a move for
J shorter hours. The shorter hours,
I according to Mr. Osborne, would ne
I cosaitate the hiring of about twenty
! one more deputies at a cost of about
, $21,120.
MARKED IMPROVEMENT
Arclile ltoo*cvclt Slatfil by l)r. Ui\ry
to lie Out of Dtiriccr.
WASHINtiTt >.\, March 11. - There
has been a marked improvement iu the
condition of Archie Roosevelt, the pres
ideAt’s soil, who is ill with diphtheria.
No official bulletins were issued yes
terdav. but Surgeon CJeueral ltlxcy ex
pressed the opinion that Archie was
the diphtheria is concerned, but that
the disease has left him in somewhat
weakened condition. He added, how
ever, that if no complication* set in
i the boy should be well Jn two or three
wivks.
The president, accompanied by Dr.
| Lambert, went to Representative
Longworth's residence yesterday and
took luncheon with Mr. and Mrs. Long
worth, returning to the White House
at 1! o’clock. An hour later President
Roosevelt and Dr. Lambert went out
for a long walk
Dr. Rixey, who is the family physi
cian of the Roosevelts, upon leaving
after Ills last visit stated that Archie
had passed an ‘ Xoeilent night and ids
condition was satisfactory. Ife is now
convalescing 1'rmu the attack.
It was felt by the physicians that
owing to’ the continued Improvement
in Archie's condition the daily bulle
tins could he dispensed with.
Drs. Lainhe' l: and Kennedy remained
in the sickroom throughout the night.
The president received several callers
last night and retired shortly alter 11
o’elot k.
FATHER TEARS TROKHHKAl’.
Trenton Rridc Has Him Arrested foi
Alleg' d Hpltcwork.
TRENTON. Mar. 11:—Charged bj
1 his daughter, Mrs.. John Kish, a bridt
bavin)
pres
r wed
Lewi
lathe
her
K§»y"tha-'
NEWARK TO REVISE
HER C]TY CHARTER.
Common Council Authorizes Mayor ;
Huussliug to Appoint Commis
sion of Five Members.
NEWARK, Mar. 9:—That Newark
is beginning to enlarge in a manner
in keeping with her size, growth and
Importance in the list of cities was
shown last night at a meeting of the
common council when a resolution
was passed authorizing Mayor Hauss
ling to appoint a commission of live
members to revise the city charter.
The commission will act with a com
mon council committee which already
has the subject In hand.
This action is in line with the pol
icy of general1 improvement in the
methods of governing the city which ,
will be followed'by Mayor Haussling
.and which was recently planned by
| him and Councilman James R. Nu
gent.
It follows closely upon the action
of the Board of Works in deciding to
take up the question of trolley car
subways at the suggestion of the may- j
| or. The revision of the city charter!
will mean the entire rearrangement \
‘of Newark’s government, with a view j
to making it broader, better and more
modern. Part of the plan Includes
the abolishment of the various city
boards and placing the departments j
of police, fire, streets, water, educa
i tion, health and other branches of
the municipal government under siu
| gle heads by charter provision. The
scheme is a popular one and will be
pushed to early completion.
At the council meeting Alderman I
William P. Martin, leader of the re
publicans, replied to the recent crltl
I clsm of Newark by Mr. Truesdale, j
, president of the Lackawanna rall
roud. He read a recent court decis
; ion from the federal courts which
' showed that the Lackawanna broke ]
( an important contract, which is what.'
Truesdale has charged against New-1
ark.
WILL PROBE GOST
JERSEY ROADS
Allcgi'iD^iut the “Stone Trust" Is
Boosting Prices mid Defrauding
tlie Taxpayers.
TRENTON, Mar. 11:—One ol' the
questions that is expected to attract
considerable attention during the,
i tenth week of the legislat ure which
opens tonight is that of improved
road building in New Jersey, and the
seemingly increase in the cost of such ,
work. The legislative investigation !
of the subject is authorized by a joint I
i resolution introduced in tin- upper
house by Senator Samuel K. Robbins,
or Burlington county, and public in
terest has been excited in this way.
In many quarters it is alleged that
a "stone trust" is foiling up the
I prices on the public, defrauding the |
taxpayers anil curtailing the amount \
! of road building that it is possible '
! for the state to accomplish.
' i Stale Road Commissioner Hutchin
: 1 son said: “I know that live years ago
for road work sold from sixtj
cents a ton, whereas ni
ls in some cases up to
cents per ton. Five years
quavrymen were paid $1 per day,
they are paid $1.30 and $100
Hows like firo through your
it does the work. If jou're
away day by day, take Hoi
Rocky Mountain Ten 80
or Tablets. Sexton's Drag
NORMAL GIRLS DEPICT
NOTABLES IN BLOOMERS
feattile of the Evening's Entertain
ment «ns a Minuet in Whleli
at Girls Took Part.
TRENTON. Mar. II:—Tile girls'
tthletic association of. the State
schools, conducted a colonial ball Fri
Jay evening in the gymnasium. More
than 350 girls of the hoarding halls
participated in the event. Among the
quests were Dr. and Mrs. James .VI.
Green and Miss Sarah V. Ely.
The spacious room was prettily
decorated with streamers of various
aolors and the national emblem.
Part of the assemblage were dress
'd in colonial costumes, represent
ing famous men in history at that
ime. Some of the men impersonated
were George Washington, Aaron Bun
and Alexander Hamilton. The re
maining dancers Impersonated the
women of tiiat time. The male Im
personators wore white wigs, long
iop coats and bloomers.
A feature of the evening was a
minuet In which twenty-four girls
look part. The dance was gracefully
executed. Another number on the
program was a grand inarch at S in
which the entire audience participat
ed. The grand march was led by
Miss Agnes Waynian, who imperson
ated George Washington, and .Miss
Marion Edwards, as Martha Wash
ington. The balance of the evening
was spent in dancing.
Refreshments were served at dif
ferent intervals.
The committee of arrangements
was composed of Miss Agnes Frazer,
chairman; Miss Ruth Mitchell, Miss
Margaret, Winslow, Miss Mary Shep
pard, Miss Vera Hance, Miss Edith
Eaggren.
I'. I.. MOItA'S EXHIBIT ENDS.
The exhibition of F. Luis Mora’s
paintings, which ended Saturday
night, was one of the most notable of
any held at llie gallery of the New
York School of Art this season.
Among the paintings shown were
Don Diego,” "The Pirate and the
Prisoner,” "The Mendicants,” owned
by the National Academy of Design;
"The Black Shawl" and "The Span
ish Cafe.” One of the later work*
shows behind a bamboo porch blind
a lady in blue sealed, file sunlight
tempered by the green foliage with
out. Life size portraits, three in
number, of engaging children, with
a fourth admirable portraiat, one of
the artist’s futber. "The Print Col
lectors," in contrast to these in size,
was a small, dark but sparkling
green, finely realized both as to char
acter and accessories. Small works,
which the artist calls monotypes,
were not the least interesting part of
the exhibition, especially the sketch
es in color of workmen loading
steamers and hauling snow.
:t DEATHS DI E TO CHAl I’FEl It.
Pennsylvania Railroad Exonerated
for Lell’nrgtie Accident.
FREEHOLD, Mar. 1 1—The Penn
sylvania railroad was exonerated Sat
urday by the coroner’s Jury at Mau
asquan of responsibility for the death
of J. George Leffargne and his wife,
Henrietta, and Mrs. Angelica Lurch,
all of New York city, who wore killed
oirAugust IS, 190(>. iu a collision be
t ween an automobile, in which they
were riding, and train No. 270. on a
grade crossing at Allaire.
The Jury fastens tho‘responsibility
on the driver of the automobile. Ii
charges him with neglecting propel
precautions before crossing the rail
road tracks. Coroner Gravatt presid
ed at the Inquest.
Beautiful lim*3 of the mOBt
desirable and stylish Cloth -
ling for men, women and
I children. Showing that we
sell you better goods than
other stores and at the
same time afford you great
est price advantages and
LIBERAL TERMS OF
C R E D IT . 1 ,ia*"
Friedman* Co.
98 Smith Street.
*
Society
TO MEET TOMORROW.
The Women's Baptist Missionary ,-;$S
Society will meet in the chapel at 3
o'c lock tomorrow afternoon. An w- \S
(■client program li. s been arranged as
follows:
Singing. "My Country 'tis of Thee.”
Scripture rending. John 21:8-18.
Reading, "Missions and Praj^r,”
Miss Ethel Koch.
Prayer. Mrs. Salmon.
Solo. "Face to Face," Mrs. F. J.
Sofield.
Minutes, secretary. Report, treas
urer.
Reading, Miss Rock.
Duct. Mrs. Sofield and Airs. Conk
lin.
Address. "Missions." by the pastor.
Song. “Star Spangled 3tinner," !"cg
Collection.
Prayer. L
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WHIST CM B MEETS.
The Schnorrers Whist Club mot at.
i lie home of Herman Rocssler yester
day. Whist was played until 10:30
o'clock, after which lunch was served.
Tlie first prize was won by Mr. Roess
ler, and the second by Mrs. I., I„.
Friedman. Those present were Mr.
and A'is. II. Roomier, Mr. and Mrs. L.
I !•' ’ iman. Mr. and Mrs. l.eo
. ,v- u‘: and Air. and Mrs. Albert
la on.
* * * ,
TO HOLD PUBLIC WHIST.
A public whist will be given by
Amboy Chapter, Royal Arch Masons,
in the lodge rooms In Odd Fallows’j
hall Wednesday night. Valuable
prizes will he awarded.
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MIS. SINCLAIR TO DIRECT.
John Sinclair, organist of St. Pet
er’s church, has taken charge of the
Orpheus Glee Club.
* * * *
Airs. Harry Gerns. of 14 Kearny
avenue, left Saturday for Baltimore
to visit friends.
» * *
Sclmar Christiansen. of New
Brunswick avenue, has started a vio
lin course with Marinus Peterson.
* • •
TONIGHT’S PROGRAM.
An excellent program has boon
arranged for the Alarch meeting of
the Foreign .Missionary Society, of
the First Presbyterian church, In the
chapel tonight ut 8 o’clock. Mrs.
Joseph G. Burns, chairman of the
committee, will be in charge. The
annual election of officers will also be
held at this meeting. The following
will bo the program for the evening:
Rev. Warren Ncvlus, of South Am
liov. will give an address: Mr. Conk
lin and Mr. Sleight will sing a duet,
and Mr. Sleight will also sing a solo;
| Archibald Dunn, of Brown University
| Glee Club, will render several solec
ilons on the piano: and Miss Ruth
1 Stacey and Miss Annie VanDeusen
will give a costume song. It Is ex
pected that a large number will bo
i present at this meeting. A social
hour will follow ami refreshments
will be served.
• • *
MAIIIIIKI) TWO MONTHS AGO.
It lias been announced that WII
| liatn Heppensttll, of this city, and
. Miss Anna Merritt, of Elizabethport.
j were quietly married in St. Patrick’s
| church. Elizabeth port, January 15.
| Thev have taken up their residence
I on South Park street, Elizabethport.
* * *
PHETTV HOME AVEMHNO.
Solomon Carp, of the firm of Carp
j* Bennn. of 37 1 State street, and
Miss Alary Porouse were married at
! iIn-, home of the bride, 334 Madison
' avenue, by Eev. S. Sapiv last night.
David Boann was best man. The cer
j i in on y was witnessed by a number of
! relatives anil immediate friends,
i Supper was served at 8 o’clock, and
the reception lasted until nearly 4
|o’clock ihis morning. Mr. and Mrs.
Carp will reside at 339 Madison ave
I uue.
I Among those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Philip Siskind, Mr. and Mrs. 55.
Cohen, of this city; Mr. and Mrs. E.
Porouse, of Boston: Mrs. T. Oukttn,
I of Boston; Mr. and Mrs. Coldberg, of
I New York; the Misses Levine, of
I New York; Mr. and Mrs. Sussraan. of
| mis city; and Mr. and Mrs. Max For
■ oust*, of this city.
I Mr. and Mrs. Solomon \ Villi or, Mr.
land Mrs. F. Levine and Mr. and Mrs.
i .1 Schwarz were also present, %
• * *
Samuel Friedman, of Texas, visited
i his brother, Nathan Friedman, of
I State street, yesterday.
• * *
1 .Miss Bessie Bain, of Gordon street,
| enters the city hospital today to study
I nursing. *...v

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