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MarrUgs of AotreM Wall Known Here
Proves of Interest to Angelenot.
Will Be at Home In
Mlm Anna Roberts, known to most
liOB Angeles playgoers, was mnrrlfd on
Thanksgiving clny In Wichita. Kan., to
Arthur F, Wnrdc, son of tho noted
tragedian. The bride Is the daughter of
K. S. Roberts, 1219 West Hevpnth street,
and tho Bister of Miss Lucille Roberts,
the pianist.
Tho romance that culminated In the
wedding the other day had Its begin
ning about four years ngo, when the
brldn was nn ambitious student In (ho
Doblnnon Dramatic school. It was one
day while Frederick Wnrtlo wu« play
ing In the city that he vl«lted the school
of hid old friend, Mr. Doblnson. The
girl students were In a flutter of ex
citement, for they knew they Would bn
asked to recite before tho distinguish^
visitor, and upon his verdict might de
pend the life or death of their hopes.
Anna Roberts was calm. Whoii her
turn came she went forwurd and gave
some Shakespearean selection — Portia's
speech. Frederick Wardc looked
pleaxed, and when she paused he took
tip the dialogue and went though It
•with her to the end of the scene, while
all the others listened In uwe and ad
miration, lie prnlaert her wnrmly be
fore tho class and predicted n lino
career. Tho result was that Anna
Roberts was shortly afterwards a mem
ber of Frederick Wardo's company,
assigned to leading roles. There she
met the! son, who was his father's busi
ness agent. He occupies that position
in the company In which she Is now
Mr. and Mrs. Warde left for Brooklyn,
where they will be at home after Jan
uary It 1905. Later they expect to tour
in a company In which she will star
under his management.
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CContlnurd from Pace One.)
Tappe. Dr. Robert Emery, C. C. Claw
eon, Matthew Talen and T. L. Cur
Engagement Announced at Luncheon
Mrs. Katherlne Rupert of 3020 Key
"West street entertained a number of
friends, at luncheon Saturday, upon
which occasion she announced the en
gagement of her daughter, Hazel Belle
Rupert, to Win. H. Elwell, jr. The
wedding will take place in the early
part of the new year. The table deco
rations were In violet and the favors
were pretty little Japanese bonbonieres.
Cards, decorated with violets, marked
the places. A number of parties nre
being planned In honor of the be
, trothal.
Equal Suffrage Meeting
The regular meeting of the City Equal
Suffrage association will be held Mon
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Wo
man's club house on South Flgueroa
street. It is the purpose of the execu
tive committee to have a series of
papers by newspaper women from each
of the city dailies. The flrst will be
given tomorrow by Miss Cora Williams,
assistant editor of the Times Sunday
Magazine. Her subject will be "The
Ethics of Woman Suffrage From the
Viewpoint of Social Evolution."
To Lecture on Napoleon
M. Jacquard Auclalr of the Paris
university will give v lecture on Na
poleon next Thursday afternoon be
fore the Ebell club. These lectures are
under the auspices of the Alliance
Francais and have already created in
tense interest.
Marriage Is Announced
Announcement is made of the ap
proaching marriage of Miss Emma
Guenther and Oscar Lane, which will
take place. January 1. 1906. After the
honeymoon, which will include a trip
to the north, they will resslde in their
home, 1235 East Thirty-sixth street.
Social Notes
A quiet wedding was celebrated on
Thursday evening at St. Mary's rectory,
when Miss Clara A. Eggerter was
united in marriage to Benjamin Byron
Lesher, Rev. J. Barron officiating. The
bride is a popular member of St. Mary'e
Women of All Saints' parish are
planning a bazaar to be, given Wednes
day and Thursday, Dec-ember 6 and 7?
In the guild hall.
Last evening the spacious home of Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Hammaek, Kant Avenue
Fifty-flvr. was thrown open to th«
close friends of B. C. Northcroiiß, who
has made his home Ihere while attend*
ing Occidental college this fall. Mr.
Northcross is a popular student and a
star football man. He has just re
covered from a severe attack of ton
sllltls. which has kept him from col
lege for three weeks, and although not
perfectly well ugain Is able to be
around. He will spend some time with
his people in Santa Ana before resum
ing his work at Occidental. The entire
football squad rejoiced last evening that
"Bob" was to be near them soon again.
The Wude Hampton chapter, N. D.
C, will give Its monthly card party
Monday afternoon, December 4, tit the
home of Mrs. C. C. Rutherford, 808
Whittier Btreet.
The Ladies* Aid society of the First
Presbyterian church will give a bazaar
and Christmas sale Tuesday. December
5, from 4 to 5 p. m. Mrs. John D. Clark
is chairman of the committee.
On the evening of December 1 Mr
and Mrs. Chan. a. Travers of South
Flgueroa street were entertained In
honor of eastern relatives.
Mrs. D. Harris and children nre
Thanksgiving guests at tho home of
Mrs. Harris 1 mother, Mrs. Mary Law
rence, 1317 Dewey avenue.
Mr. and Mrs, John Dewar, recently
from Bryn Mawr, Pa., who have been
spending some weeks on the Heights,
have gone to Banta Barbara, where
they will spend the winter.
Will; Lang und ueverul friends have
returned from a hunting excursion in
the mountains, bringing a tine lot of
ijuail us trophies of the hunt.
J. B. Ryan of Waterloo. lowa, with
Ma family hus tuken v cottage at 1414
Catalina street.
8. Jacks and family, from Shelby,
Arkansas, will occupy the cottage at
1139 Dewey avenue for the season.
Mr. and Mia. (). T. Thomas, huvtns
disposed of their re«ldenco at 8658 West
Pico street, have purchaued property
PART 111.
Mrs. Arthur F. W«rde
LJ..>.. -.<.J.«.4,J,4.4.****J.
In Lamundu park and removed to that
T. J. Wilson and family have removed
from 2649 . West Pico street to Venice,
where they will spend the winter.
The young people of the Pico Heights
Congregational church will give a con
cert In the church parlors on the even-
Ing of Thursday, the 7th of December.
Mrs. Lyman, her daughter and
mother, Mrs. Detmers of Philadelphia,
have taken it suite of rooms lit 132S
Reid street for the season.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robertson of
Petosky. Mich., who spent last winter
on the Heights, were calling on friends
hern on Tuesday afternoon. They will
reside in Whittier this winter nnd poj
slbly make a permanent residence in
some city of Southern California.
Miss Ida Lawrence of 1317 Dewpy ave
nue Joined a party of young friends in
a trip to San Bernardino on Thanks
giving day.
J. Whiting and family of Griffith ave
nue moved into a flat at 208!) West Pico
street. >KV9^
The members of the Pico Heights
Civic association are making elaborate
preparations for the poverty party to
be held in Odd Fellows hall, 2672 West
Pico street, on the evening of Friday,
the Bth of December.
Charles M. Cook and wifo of Hono
lulu were tho quests of Mayor and Mrs.
Waterhouso Friday. Mr. Cook is a.
prominent capitalist and banker In the
chief city of the Hawaiian Islands.
Rev. S. G. Dunham of the Univer
sallst church pronounced the words
which united in wedlock Mrs. Jessie
Haslett Mulford of San Francisco and
Harry Martin Perry of El Paso. Tex.
The ceremony took place last night at
Raymond villa in tho presence of the
Intimate friends and relatives of the
contracting parties. The rooms In
which the wedding occurred were
tastefully decorated with llowers.' '
Miss Belle Blssell of Mena, Ark., ar
rived In .Pasadena a few days apro to
become the bride of T. H. Kldrldge of
this city, and the wedding occurred as
planned last night at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Carter. 374 South
Catalina avenue. Rev. William Mac-
Cormlck of All Saints' church was the
officiating clergyman. The couple went
at once to their new home, 1005 East
Thirty-sixth street, Los Angeles, where
they will be at home after December
Hon. and Mrs. Delos Arnold, among
the oldest and most respected resi
dents of the Crown city, celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary on
Tuesday at their home on Olcott place.
Uecause of the recent illness of Mrs.
Arnold, tho observance of that inter
esting event was very quiet. A pleas
ant feature of the day was the pres
ence of three persons who attended the
wedding fifty years ago In Marietta,
la. — Mrs. Rebecca Garwuud, a sister of
Mrs. Arnold; Mrs. William R. Nichols,
a cousin of Mrs. Arnold, and Marcus
At the time of their marriage Mr.
Arnold was a member of the lowa
state legislature, and there being no
railroad connecting Marietta with the
state capital at that time, the wedding
trip to the capital was made behind a
team of horses. In 18S6 Mr. and Mrs.
Arnold came to Pasadena to make'thelr
home. Six children were born to them,
only one of whom, Dr. Ralph Arnold
of the Smithsonian Institution, sur
vives. Dr. Arnold and his wife were
able to be at the golden wedding. De
los Arnold was a member of the Pasa
dena board of education for many
> ears.
The famous old play of "Fanchon,
the Cricket," was given on Tuesday
night by the young people of St. An
drew's Catholic cnurch for the benefit
of the piano fund and was made quite
a pretty society event. The play was
well rendered. Following the perform
unco a charming dinner was Riven at
the home of Mr. uud Mrs. John Ma
loney in honor of Miss Margaret Daly,
who had made so delightful a Fanchon.
The high school football cloven gave
a Thanksgiving danoa Saturday night
lit La Plntoresca hotel. Kiiymnud
Wheeler, Morse Hatteison and Robbirm
Little were the committee on arrange
Mrs. J. H. Men-lam was the hostess
Friday afternoon at a very pleasant
monthly tea given by the ladles of the
Baptist church.
The Strollers, a dramatic club com
posed of twenty-five members, intend
to give a dramatic entertainment
some time during December.
La Casa Grande scored a social hit
with ita Thanksgiving dinner and
muslcale on Thursday evening. Cov
ers were laid for one hundred und the
very pretty menu card was an original
cluuigu by Mrs. Woodbury. Many of
the best mimlelans of the city had a
place on the program.
The Four Leaf Clover Whist club
met Monday night at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Margadant on Cypress
avenue. The Interior of the house was
appropriately decorated with green
and white, the, club color*, and a very
pleasant evening was spent at the
favorite game. Mrs. Jurgrensen nnd
Harry Webb received the flrst prizes.
Miss Ji-H.sit- Ingram Hcudder and Ar
thur Ij. Chase were united in mari-inge
Tuesday evening at the home of the
bride's father, Kodln 11. Bcudder, and
it was one of the interesting social
events of a busy week. For several
weeks Misa Kcudder has been the re
cipient of many graceful attention!
at tin; hands of her many friends in the
city. The groom resides at Cleburn,
Texan, where he haa prepared a hand.
niiiu- home for hid bride. Home sixty
Invited K'lests wituesßiMi the ceremony,
which was performed by the ltev. Dr.
MiLcod. Mr. and Mrs. L>. W. Chase,
parents of the groom, came from Texas
to be present at the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Allerton arrived
Wednesday from Chicago and took up
their abode In their beautiful residence
on Buenu Vista drive.
Mrs. W. t>. JackFon entertained
Thursday at dinner at her homo on
Prospect avenue. The hastens had
mining her guests several who hn.vo en-
Joyed her hoapitullty each Thanksgiv
ing for the last ten years. The rooms
were beautifully decoruted In nmilnx
und polnsettlas. The guests were: A.
11. Hovoy and son, father imd brother
of the hostess, Dr. and Mrs. K. W.
Clark of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Phillips and two sons of Pasa
dena, Mrs. McMullen and children of
Chicago, and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wil
liams and daughters of Hollywood.
W. M. Freese gave a most enjoyable
barn dance at his homo In Hay canyon
Thanksgiving: evening. The barn wan
decorated with pepper boughs and lan
terns. A quartet furnished music for the
dancing, and also gave an entertain
ing program. About forty guests were
The pupils of the Fremont school
gave an entertainment Wednesday
evening In the Masonic temple.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Townaend, who
have been spending the last four
months In Long Beach, have returned
to Hollywood and are at Hotel Holly
About fifty young people of Holly
wood and vicinity enjoyed a party at
Wllcox hall Friday evening.
Family reunions were held Thursday
at the homes of P. B. Chase and G. T.
Gower. About twenty guestß were
present at each place.
The P. H. C. of St. Stephens church
gave an entertainment last evening at
Wllcox hall, which was largely tit
tended. '
J. L. Mead und wife have returned
from Europe,- where they toured the
various countries In their automobile,
which whs built especially for that trip.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Dennian will re
turn about December 6 from an ex
tended trip east.
A merry party of Hollywood young
people took in the orange grove route
excursion on Thursday. They had din
ner at Baldwin's ranch, returning in the
A, W. Collins has returned from a
trip of several weeks to his mining
properties near Randsburg.
Mrs. Susie Miller and daughters,
Misses Stella and Amy of Pomona,
ppent several days of last week with
her mother, Mrs: Delia Hapgood.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hickmun of Colo
rado Springs arrived Wednesday and
will spend a month with Mr. Hick
man':; father and sisters, J. B. Hick
man, Mrs. D. H. Imler and Miss Hick
mar, of Palm Villa.
\V. W. Dutton has returned from a
business trip to Rosemonde.
Mrs. D. H. Imler entertained the
officers and members of N. P. Banks
relief corps at Palm Villa Monday af
ternoon. The house throughout was
decorated in potted plants, and chry
santhemums. In the merry contests
that afforded much pleasure for the
guests Mrs. W. B. Pratt and Mrs.
Knold received first prizes.
Out-of-Town Society
Mrs. J. L. Smith, critic at the State
Normal Bchool in Lob Angeles, gave a
Thanksgiving dinner at her home on
Colton avenue, at : which the guests
were Frank Smith, principal of the
Monrovia HchooU, with his family, and
Mr. and Mrs. Sweltzer, parents of Mrs.
Frank Smith. . - . .•■ .
Miss Allis Miller was hostess at an
informal' dance given to a large party
of her young friends at the Glenwood
Friday night.
Miss Bertha Hu'nsaker nnd George
Palmer were married at a pretty home
wedding Thursday evening. Rev. K. J
Inwood, pastor of the First Methodlßt
church, officiating.
Miss Ellen C. Dauhn of Los Angeles
and Curl Elmlund of Riverside were
united in marriage at a Thanksgiving
wedding which took place in Los An
Miss Alice Mitchell of Mulberry street
guve a purcel shower Friday afternoon
In honor of Miss Louise Dunbar, who
Is soon to become the bride of Russell
The Thimble club of Riverside tem
ple No. 12, R. 8., were entertained
Tuesday ufternoon by Mrß. A. H.
Schanck of Kust Eighth street.
Miss Doris Helle Heap und Maurice
Griffin were married Tuesday morning
at the home of the brlde'B parents on
Orunge, Rev. Milton C. Dotten, rector
of All Saints' Episcopal church per
forming the marriage ceremony. Only
relatives and close friend's witnessed
the service.
Kverett McDonald slipped away to
Lou Angeles Monduy, where he wub
married to Miss Daisy M. Heyl of that
Foyo liattles of West Kighth street
wus given a surprise party by a large
number of his friend* Monday evening
in honor of his thirty-second blrthduy
mini v<;i-HHi-y.
Mrs. William Copley entertained tho
members of the I'rufeaslonal und Busi
ness Women's club with a Spanish sup
per at her home on Lime street Tues
day evening. The ho«tesn was assisted
In entertaining her Rtient* by Mrs. 1...
W. Zlnn flnd M\m Olive Pierce.
Miss Orii Bftuman nnd Harry Agnew
of Chicago -were married Wednesday
morning at the homo of the bride's
parents on fievpntli street. Only rel
atives witnessed the ceremony, which
was performed by Rev. E. J. Inwood
of the First Methodist church.
Mtsi Inez Hert and Charles Klrkmnn,
both of lllghgrove, were married
Wednesday noon in the parlors of the
Hlghftrove hotel.
Members of the Baptist Young Peo
ple's union were entertained Tuesday
evening by Charles Hungate of lowa
The Riverside Military bntirl were
hosts nt a dance given to a number of
their friend* at Lelghton hall Wednes
day evening.
Mrs. Bmmft D. Wright whs honteM
nt a family Thnnksfflving dinner party
Thursday, when rovers were laid for
twenty-three persons. An Interesting
feature of the occasion was a program
which whs participated In by the little
folks present.
Mrs. Pi H. Kpnuldiuff, superintendent
of tho Japanese mission, entertained at
her home Thursday evening a number
of the members of the school nnd their
friends. AmoiiK the guests were Rev.
Hoshhtnci of the Presbyterian church
In Toklo and Rev. Ihnrit of Oakland.
Mr. Htid Mrs. A. 11. Ulbsnu enter
tained thirty relatives at dinner on
Thanksgiving dny at their home on
Fourteenth street. Eastern members
of tho family present were Mrs. Minnie
Twogood und fumlly of Gurrettsvllle,
The married men, losers In the
Thanksgiving day bn«ebnll RHine gave
a diinc-t 1 and supper Thursday evening
In the Hank hall to the unmarried men,
who won by a close margin.
The Ladles' Aid of thK Presbyterian
church gave a New England mipper
Friday evening In Bank hall, v pleasant
social evening being enjoyed.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Amnbury were
called to Pomona Wednesday by the
serious lllnesH of Mr. Amsbury's mother,
who resides there.
Mrs. Thomas Clayton nnd don Pem
berton left Monday fur Fresno, where
Mrs. Clayton's mother und sister re
Mrs. Wllllum Hand, who has spent a
year in .West Virginia with relatives,
returned to Klslnore Monday nnd Is tho
guest of Mrs. N. L.. Chnmberlln.
Mrs. A. W. Katon returned Tuesday
from nn extended \inlt In Searchlight,
Nev., with her husband. Her father
in-law, W. K. Eaton of Los Angeles,
accompanied her here.
Miss Imogene Schanch arrived from
Claremont to spend Thanksgiving at
Rev. H. H. Hunt returned from Los
Angeles Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Miles Rice of Milton,
Wls., arrived Wednesday to spend some
time with Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Harris
on Riverside street.
J. B. Coran and automobile party re
turned Tuesday to Long Beach.
Miss Bessie Reed went to Los Angeles
Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with
her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. George Arnett and son
of Downey are here to spend the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Smith, Ruth
Smith, Mrs. H. H. Smith, Mrs. M. C.
Henrietta and Q. H. Henrietta are a
party of Redlands people who arrived
Wednesday at the Lakevlew. Mr.
Smith owns a fine block of lots above
Graham avenue and expects Bometime
to build.
Hotels nnd cottages are well filled,
with arrivals increasing.
Don W. Clayton la here from Los An
geles visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Clayton.
Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Haughawont of
Los Angeles returned home Saturduy
morning after spending a month here.
They will return shortly to locate.
Miss Annie Fruzler arrived Friday
from Riverside to visit relatives here.
Miss William Dean Johnson of River
fide arrived toduy to visit at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Yates
of Riverside street.
Mr. ami Mrs. H. E. Newmlre of Ohl
cngo arrived in the city this week and
will remain for several days the guests
of Judge and Mrs. Goodrich. Mr. New
mlre Is one of the editors of the Chicago
Advocate. They are much pleased with
this part of the t-ountr>.
Miss Jessie Kercber of Los Angeles
is vlsitlnK her sister, Mrs. T. C. Tay
lor of this city, this week.
Capt. P, S. Dlmmock and wife will
depart for Santa Barbara next week
for a stay of several weeks.
F. S. Holmes departed this week for a
visit of several weeks with his relatives
in Dfliivnu, 111.
R. G. Dupuy left for Chicago the
fore part of the week on a visit of sev
eral weeks. Airs. Dupuy preceded her
husband by a couple of weeks, and he
will meet her there and they will re
turn together.
Miss C. Rogers received a message
this week from' Ireland announcing the
marriage of her sister, Miss Alice E.
Rogers, to the " Rt. Hon. Viscount
Standlsh Gulllumore. The wedding oc
curred at Belfast. The groom is a mem
ber of the house of parliament.
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I Do You Realize How Near at Hand Christmas Is? 1
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3 - - : ~~sl7 50" ~^~--^ ?l-5° go°d. warm Comforts, choice pat- j<
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Three-cjuartcr length in gray or brown mixed $1.25 heavy Bed Comforts, regular size.. 95c 2p
Sjj cloths; fancy collar and cuffs of contrasting $„gs \Vhitc Cotton Blankets, 1 1-4 size... $1.25 2*
color, in broadcloth; very mannish coat-fly $ t .oo White Cotton 10-4 Blankets 75c 5»
«5 front; outside pockets; 9-gorcd pleated skirt. White Crochet Spreads, full size... 95c g*
«t» c jlc 1 m « v s*l° Seamless Sheets, 72x90 45c S^
« bpCCial S>alCdZ'incn JCn \jr\fA 85c Fancy Velveteen (in colors) 45c 8&
g Raw bilk ■ f*' J«IU ,j; I3S a)ul $I 2S vah)CS Mercerized Petti- Sr*
§In plain or fancy figured ; oriental colorings ; coats, five different styles $1.00 J*
> just the thing for Christmas Kimonos. 10c Outing Flannel, per yard 8 1-3 C •£
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more help, combined with KjM nLil/nujJ/ttl JSBWC tnln> murh thnt In nvrlmH-o
this added space, affords bet- MflSroS IS-f'T tains mucn mat w exclusive
ter facilities for showing our •< HflK.\L /4RKMT and out of the ordinary In
&s a c nn d d tr w ad 11 o t ! ngupon . our You Are 3i& b T ty .-*'••»>* «»'*- w -
Improvements in tho store *^a *"" J ** w WjM> wIII not mako "" y !lttcm l jt
have been lnadu posslhlo •iS*""-' I *^ -r •a. j ' ij describe it, but wo ciin
throuKh the liberal patronngo ' inVltefl «eife ; il say with no fear of success-
of our many customers and TBV."l<^^ . *!s?ll * i . j, „ »v » i» •
their kind Introduction of *fe^v^» J&M contradiction that it Is
their friends to us. for which *iKPfrl TB!b9R5& tlle moat elegant of any ever
kindness and consideration , AfffiiSsH ■^^•^r shown in this city. We hone
wo take occasion to extend EjfmßCt OCB'-^-JL ihat vnn will fwl thnt thio
our sincere thanks at this rtSB«Cf ' fcSSiiftc „ .? , ,
timo. SfflP-^IL. J^-'vavA Invitation Is a personal one.
Work Rooms r^K/^^ Department
which have been moved to our now quarters con- haa also been enlarged nnd is reached by a comfortablo stair-
venient to the store ara n vast improvement over way leading from the Btorc. Here you will find an Immense
our late quarters, which wero In tho rear of tho stock of piece goods In all fabrics from which to choose your
store. Wo employ ;i force of over 50 , peonln. waists or shirt-waist units. Many exclusivo patterns find a
which is necessary in ord?r'to keep up our stock place here and by the enlargement of this department and. the.
of ladies' tailor-made shirt waists and to fill or- increase. In tho number of our operatives, we are prepared to
riers from measurement. Wo employ in our order cxecuto your orders in less timo than it was formerly our abil-
depHrtmeut only expert operatives, whose long ex- Ity to do. Tho manager of this department, In conjunction
perlenco is of decided advantage to us and to our with a competent corps of expert tailors, assures you of perfect
customers, as so much depends upon the llnlsh of satisfaction in every respect. lie sure to visit tho order depart-
work. ment.
Machin Shirt Company
124 South Spring Street Shirts
W%f of Many Kinds
In the splendid showing here will be found every style of chair in general use— luxuri-
ous leather chairs and rockers for parlor and library, or others of beautifully carved
and finished wood and still others in the rich gold or Vernis Martin effect. Chairs for
bedroom, hall, reception or dining room — not the ordinary styles so commonly dis-
played in other local stores, but of real artistic merit — "high art" furniture in every par-
ticular — GOOD in quality and yet priced so fairly, so attractively, as to be unquestion-
ably the sort that offers by far the greatest value.
The Most Perfectly Appointed
Furniture Establishment In America
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tPXJIi 631-633-635 South Spring Street MwM
V i**il»BM On West SW- of s P rin i' Midw *y Between Sixth and Seventh Sti. Orj^

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