Newspaper Page Text
Charming Los Angeles Girl Who Will Make Her Debut at Home Reception Easter Week Miss Elizabeth Wood, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Modini.Wood, and granddaughter of Mrs. W. H. Perry of St. James park. —Ph ' i bjr Mu»het. SOCIETY OYEZ' Oyez! Oyes! ordlng to latesl ad from across the wati r, a n< i iety i.died the Busy Beei is London's latest scheme fur making the II the bai nelor b bed of rosi ■ an I t-uring- for him still further Immunity from those twin nightmares, family cures and a niothw-in-iau. Reduced to Its la I equation, the Busy Bee la a heartle formed for the sewing on ol errant buttons, the darning of manly and tin' l;e ping "i irousen d ward- In repair. Think of it: This so icty charges a fixed sum per month Cor the work, em ploying girls who ekly wage. Any defli c ni les In n \ enue are made good by th< sponsors for the i tv be n iug- with " And then, too, tor some time the real foxj bachelot ing a brand of hi ■ to wear thin In spots, but to no to me fine morning "nil to onct 17VKRYBODY can HAVE nafrwifc *~i iS!:;:,":i^ MWlik Grows and months for results cither. You A^fMdl^^M Tjf jT £*iv will notice marked improvement /^Sfpßp #^'s**l JtJ»C*»A after the very first application. ofefe «<JInD and W e can j, Wt'f W-twEf aD° 'tve can Danderin? is oui.-kiy and J&ZaaPi*!!* I & MSBi nn/rri thoroughly absorbed by'the isipgflH& . #t?\ PMOVE scalp and the hair soon M^|p->. >? jdSfi&lsrl'lk *»^-* r w ■■-* shows the effects of its JM»*^£>^<.A '-^^mY IT 1* wonderfully exhilarating r^jlft: "I^S^^^ il. • and life-produciii(r qual- j<&>s MWiM ;: 4-?,#, "tiitTO^ ities. It m pleasant A^MM^M ;# ' %^?^^ and easy to use X, :|| f Sfl? '' f! " I^fe| simply apply ._> andhair.mci/^^^^^g- ■ /!, j and nan'oi a day until f:A. v?':^!x'-;,^ -» ■ ,: i f k %-r vVi'ii^Si^v the hair be- |;J&^«r k^?| . 11. i< • p4^^^.^^W Rins to grow, K^^^^: V 1/ . I^^^ then two otiffi;/,',-^^*^lSl M, ;; i | F^^^-'W^^^M three times a v*^^ ;,.*,.;,. ..%d*^i^y; : » Q'-^>^ : \£ :^h week till desired I |^K^'l '% / "--^gS^k AladyfiomCaliforni»writeii 1 \ •§?'%■&s>, "itC^l fel;*i^'l^ in substance an follows : |I.%S'V*S &' i. %'<\ M^#OB9 I havo liccu ailng your wi>n- fe.. - ■ i T«S"*.A' •i-»!" t ■ '-W *«".^'3SSss«!k dcrful balr lonln for leveral ivi-in'^Ziifii'i-- '■ ' \\''v,A EfHS^wM monthi! a:nl at lust lam en» BHXj IT. ■ ' -V >\ ' Ka^T^Sra blessed With H wonderlul suit w^^t^'^3* t.ssi .. '' * \ - >?y^H ot balr thai meaßurea over !■ ,^ >';,'>V^ W *'- ' ' ' \ fe^'^'-^V- vXi Inches In I'Tipili: tl:» tirald If* ■oHB^H '^ **'■' 1 *'> I Piy'^'&hdlW over Inches around. P^A'^vS^S'S- : \\ *?'■'WS'fjSfi? Another from New Jer.eys Rw^W^Ji ■ ; M IWC^K'^W Aflur usiuk Etb bottle 1 ;.;,<-^Wi-*-»i r \ £i»?^*:^'i*aS am happy to i--..\ that Inivf ns di%if/<i^dP^H ■ \ k*%£&srtiW ulce v h^atl of hair as anyom £ \A> .MdfeMW'J* i \ **I?*^?iV4Wa£ In NVv .1 ■■■■ This Great Hair-Grow- !M^^tSff§ '» \ WMMmM ing Remedy can now be l^&^J^fe^ ■-, .. \ had at all dru^i-^ts in three fc*»ls^ag»# .• ; \ W^Si^B sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 j ,|«j»t ;, , \ I^SW per bottle. hB&S3lK&3i ' * i i PBPP' lh! v!■■ ■' • i ■'• I rnCLD«n<Jerln-> v ' JJS. «t fKU \ iv,II s.-,,.: n 1,,, i ' " ,'. ' Cut I rrt.irnm.il l^nyoue. ... i ""; :^ .^ ■)! ■ .i;!^'^. --^j;^ \ BBHV This : * s. mm Out \ Knowlton Oanderinj Co., ' HflWrlflft' r' ■ V 4 'i 1 -v«a»v / with tlitlr name vi.d »<idre«» / j», IJC3 55V«fe * / ''■' ■•»' ; 1 / and 10c in nilvcr <r tu.iiii>« / ■ ''"'tif.-.P'iJjS,* it" ■ 5 ,:■«.« and nothin' furst." like the one-hoss shay. Alas, poor Cupid! 11. r. a tip for the wise pirl who wUhes to be In the vai nmi r bo fai : jon quli I: I ' and Ie form. A ; vho I the winter in New York and m ow i • trip tin- ■ i south, ■ t lie ' ireek dances have I boc n "the i hli i g her set this and that the serai eful postu flowing robes and sand: led feet ■ diversion from the on picturesque but accustomed wayi oi • ntury. An authority In matti • iyg ago that lassie danceß \ 111 ha ye In Southern <'•■: ■.■■: nla next ter. .; Oni o aslonally reads with Interest the English pai Ii their chron uts dlffi ring bo c. mpletely those writt'-n for thi American V''.i>i<v*. rning royalty and court function Tli following Item, taken from a London | aper <>f re nt ■ Queen Alexandr Urst court last month consisted of LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1010. countless rows of pearls and diamond ! orders, half concealing the deep blue ribbon of the Garter, The large Culli nan diamond blazi on her corsage, and on her head was posed the famous crown of Malt< i ■ croßi i "Her majesty wore the coronation crown of India ID mish family or li rs. in addition to the Garter ribbon nnd diamond ptar in her corsage was the famous ruby which Henry V wore ! in his helmet at the battle of Agin i •ourt, now mount ■! witti diamond! to I forms a rross, which her rmijesty wears on ■■ i -i"iis uui has last night's court. Formerly Queen Victoria used this jewel as the i rpiece of her Imperial ttate crown." The advent of Holy Week Is a factor In the world of social affairs .■"-• well as a pen son for fasting and prayer to I the devout churchman, and the calen dar for the next seven days holds little that is of general Inti rest. The procession of Krister weddings will be led by Ali?s Ruby Archer and Dr. Frank Newland Doud, their Inter change of vowh taking place next Sunday at th home of the bride's j mother, Mrs. Almena Allen Archer, In riranada park. This weddlnij will be distinguished from the routine by Its environment of sky and leafage and ■ unshlne, for It Is to b' 1 lebrated at 3 o'clock In the afternoon on the lawn, and will be witnessed by personal friends and a few ri qualntancos. —>- The recpptlon to be given by Mrs. William 11. Perry, Mis. Mondinl-Wood and Miss Wood thi afternoon of March 30 at the family home In Pt. 1 imes Park promises to be one of the most notable functions ever given Iti i r.ns Angeles, for besides being beauti | fully and elaborati appointed to a degree the casion will be Miss j Wood's formal dobut, and I-os Angeles society has never opened her doors to b more beautiful or charming debu tante. The assisting women will number I nearly fifty, and the stately rooms, i witli their paneling of rich wood and i ext|ulßite pictures, will be transformed for the occasion Into a veritable bower of spring blossoms. The young women who will assist have bei n asked to remain, and young mm have been invited for the even ing. A buffet supper will be served in the new palm room, and there is to be dancing. Miss Wood's fnmlly Is one of the old est in California, but it la also by right of ulture as well as inherited position and great wealth that she will have entree to the exclusive social (ircles of the state. To her dark beauty of eyes and hair Miss Wood eids unusual vivacity and brilliant color, and an especial charm of unaffected and radiant girlhood that promises to make her reign lasting and unrivaled. _^_ ♦ At a luncheon given yesterday by Mrs. M. O. Knglish at her homo in West Twenty-third street formal an nouncement was made of the engage ment of Miss M itide Moria Park, daughter of Andrew Park, H well known attorney, and Herbert I'eery nl San Diego. Tlio wedding will take place soon after Easter In Christ church, and the young p<'<>jiin will spend their honeymoon In Santa Bar bara. Tl'e present plan is to spend much of their time for a year or so In travel, but the winters will be passed In Los Angeles. Mr.s. Edwards used orange blossoms for decorations throughout the rooms, and both she and the brlde-to wore garlands and wreaths of flowers ac cording to the ancient Greek custom at betrothals. An epithalamlum, a pro- gram of love songs and poems, fol lowed the luncheon. There »w> covers for Mrs. Will B. Hunnewell, Mrs. O. Bhepard Barnum, Dr. Helen Anderson, Miss Dorothy I.cwls, Miss lii.i Leonard, Miss Nora Sterry Miss Alice M. Bates, Jbtibs Julia Smith. Miss Kli/aheth H. Parsons Of San Rafael. —$.— Because of various legal technlcall ties connected with the marriage of Americans in Rome, Miss Alice Jones, daughter of former Senator John P. lones of Santa Monica, and Frederick MacMonnies, the American sculptor, have changed their plans and will plight their marital troth in Lucerne, it/erlanil. The ceremony, which is to take place March 28. will be attended by Mrs. Jones and Miss Qoorglna, sister of the bride. • Mr. MacMonnies and his wife will live In Paris, where Mr. MacMonnies has a ttUdlO and where Mrs. Mac- Monnies will Continue her own work as a sculptor. - + - Mr. and Sirs. Hussel J. Waters of West Adams street announce the en gagement of their daughter Miss Flor ence Waters, and Ell P. Fay. son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fay of Orange street. The pleasant news became known at a luncheon given by Miss Estelle Rock wood of West Sixth street. Friday. >,'o date has been set for the wedding. ,*, Miss Cora Wilson, whose engagement with Leroy W. Prewitt was announced a few yeeks ago, has cboaen a home wedding, and the nuptials will be cele brated March 30 at the family home In South Boyle avenue. — + Miss Kate Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Smith of Pasadena, omi her fiance, Anson i.isk. will be married March 26, and this, too, will be a home event, In the presence of relatives and a. few friends. ' The engagement was announced some weeks ago at a smart luncheon given for the bride-to-be by Mrs. Edward 1... Doheney at her home In Chester place. * Day by (lay the list of Los Angeles folk, who will spend the summer In European travel grows longer, the lat- I est names to be added being several members of the St. Cecilia club, nn i rganlzation of woman musicians WhiC , includes quite a per cent of nooial gatherings in the year's prospectus. For Mrs. Harry Putni and Mrs. Philip Zobeleln, who are among the club mem bers who will go abroad this spring, and also as a pre-nuptlal courtesy to Miss Rose Zobeleln and Miss Adelo Young, st. Celilia club will entertain with a tea at Levy's Wednesday. —*— Miss Myrtl« Oulette will entertain the club witli b muslcale the afternoon of April l. Mrs. Thayer and Mrs. Zobeleln assisting. -*- Mis. John w. Thayer was hostess Friday at a charmingly appointed pro j gram reception given nt her home in Park avenue ns a farewell to Mrs. Duffll, who with Mr. Duftll is leaving the latter part of April for a trip of Indefinite length in Oreat Kritain nnd the continent. There were about fifty guests present. M - Thayer was assisted by Mr*. Frank Wells, Mrs. George Crandall. Mrs. Philip Zobeleln. Miss iielen Axe Brown, Miss Willie Bmyser, Miss Myr tle Oulette and Miss Adele Young. Mrs. Dick Ferris (Florence Btone) Interpreted the first act of "The Holy City," a program of piano music was presented by Alfred WyW, and Miss Helen Axe Brown was heard In vocal selections. —♦;.— Amonp the friends who are planning to entertain for MIM Rose Zobeleln before" her mart-inee is Miss Bessie Bartleti of Holljrw Mr. Bartlett is liiivins- installed a piiio organ In the handsome mu?ic room at Vista del Mar. and later in the spring Mrs. Bartlett and Mlsa Bart let will entertain with a musical? as the formal opening of the new Instru ment. Mrs. Erasmus Wilson entertained In formally a f°w friends who are inter ested In heraldry yesterday morning at her Chester place residence, to listen to an address on the subject by Mrs, Anna Isabella Robertson. Mrs Rob •I. who is an authority on all mat pertaining to heraldry, and has several of the woman's or ganizations of Los Angeles this winter on thi ;s t rom I Columbia, South Carolina. Miss Ella d'Areey, an Enelish sing er of Finnish gongs, adder] a group of Interesting sele i the pleasure of the morning. Mr, and Mrs. Wilson. who spent last .summer in the east, are planning to go to Europe this spring and "ill probably remain away until the late autumn. Prlenda 'ire entertaining with affairs both formal ami informal !"..:■ Mr. and Mrs. TYillard Stimsnn. who will join . >s Angeles contingent in Europe ,\ pretty affair Riven Friday for Mrs. Rtlmson wis the luncheon presided over by.Mrs. Walter J. Trask at her borne in' Figueroa street. ruin r guests asked to moot Mrs. Slims.in were Mrs. West Hughes, Mrs. John T. Jon"-:. Mrs. A. c. Smlthers, Mrs Esra Stlmaon, Mrs. ay. J, Chl chester, Mrs. W. M. Caswell, Mrs. John Mott, Mrs. Xat Myriek, Mrs. \V. li. Holliday and Mrs. Franklin Moore. ♦ Mi -. William B. Cross has issued in tor b luncheon of sixty cov ers with which she will entertain at her home "ii West Twenty-ninth April 16, ili" occasion being In honor of Mrs. George W\ Goldsmith. Mr.-. Cross, who ;m\>' a luncheon •-■uiiy iii February which was one of the largest house affairs of the winter, ■'■.' ;>'■■;.:■■ ''" ';-■";:■ -^ '' :'-i'-. :'s'':-~-::'''': '"■ '■■'■'■ ' ■■■/'■' ' Ate, dWjy*tu^\ . -V:". ■' ■' ; ;.' MISS MILDRED ADAMS, In hon or or her eighth birthday, gav< :, mat Inee, box party at the < >r pheum Saturday, after which luncheoi served them at Christopher's. Thi little misses present were Dada Heffi I finger, Julienne Heffelnnger, Virginia Harding, Peachy Wells and Harriot Nixon. 3 Rue Castiglione, Paris; 424 Broadway, Los Angeles THE= iip Charming Modes and Materials v JL-.^k For the Season Are Now on Display A^iV /'^/^^tmS. Madam Trausdcll has just returned from the style centers. Her pur \ \W!rW«fl!lHr> chases are now on exhibition and they embrace the broadest range of \ WW/# mn fabrics Foulards of plain and decorative type,-Glace, Duchess. Char- Vv" Pms& A \ mente: printed mulls in delicately flJwcred efTccts, chiffon Marquisettes. I 3/flPi\ \ \ '"■•■■"■■ '" suitings; serges, of course, Tussah royal, cheviots, Bedford cords. ! r/lnlitt \ \ Salome pongees and Arab silks— colorings run riot. Chantccler decora / IP'\ l\ \A tions are shown, and aniost comprehensive choice of trimming mate- II ll'lin ii W n;l1^ an exhibit which must interest every well-dressed woman. • I ■111/ I '^ "a if' New Departure-Materials of Exclusive Character \Wijl || Beautiful 'Importations and Domestic Fabrics on Sale ' ' R< 'WI'ISK ■ Besides the development of our own creations from the most authentic l/ri I vSMikik models, we will, this season, sell materials, and our present offerings i/V. H'\JalwHl|''' embrace |)atterns complete—one of a kind, and, each one an exclusive flli IW^Tl'HlHl'' pattern not found in any other shop or studio in the city. IJW. |j|A^/|M|l|' ["his exhibition will be at its best this week. V .^l^V Gsm _~-*k^*-^ #/ Suite 501-2-3-4-5 J^^S^^ 424 Broadway : is planning to entertain with a large i trd party b( fore the dose of the sea son. _*- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Phillips, rrho are In Ban Francisco for a stay of a week or ten days, are. expected home Wednes day or Thursday. ♦ Mrs. Donald Keeler of New Hamp- I shire street will entertain With a bridge luncheon March BO In compli ment to Mrs. Myrtle R, Sheridan, who is spending the winter In Southern California from her hnmo In st. Jo- eph, Mo. Invited guests are Mrs. Sidle J,aw rence, Mrs. Lucius Vogel, Mrs. F. 1. Darrin, Mrs. M. K. Johnson, Mrs. R. (}. Hamilton, Mrs. Edgar German, Mrs. I Xorri3 Van Brunt, Mrs. Mabel King man, Mrs. Jay, Mrs. J. B. Tevis, Mrs. i Frank a. Bowles, Mrs. j. J. Jenkins, Mrs. J. Crampton Anderson. Mrs. Ralph Hagan, Mrs. William Mackle, Mrs. F. M. lioswell. Mrs. E, J. Brent, Mrs. Charles Guthrie, Mrs. F. H. Nichols, Mrs. Bernard Potter, Mrs. Frank A. McDonald. Mrs. William J. i Varlel. Mrs. C. L. (bee, Mrs. \V. O. Morton, Mrs. H. B, Jones, Mrs. Frank Rule, Mrs. Gertrude Fugate, Mrs. Bny ! .ler. Mrs. Arthur M. Smith, Mrs. O. j Justice, Mrs. Ralph Levy and Miss Maude Elizabeth Hichards. -* - Mrs. Kilward C. Magauren of Snuth Alvarado street will entertain Wednes day with a bridge luncheon of thirty covers, and the following Tuesday with a bridge. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Magauren en tertained with a st. Patrick's dinner and whist. Covers were laid for twen ty-live, and the occasion was niven in farewell, as the host and hostess leave soon for an extended tour through Eu rope, planning to be gone during- the summer months. Mrs. Ward Chapman of Xorth Soto street wll be hostess March 29 at an i informal tea with which she will com pliment her mother, Mrs. j. s. Chap man, who leaves April i for Europe to join her daughter, Mlm Mary Chap man, who lias been studying music in i Germany f"r over a year. The honors win be shared by Mrs. Archibald C. McCutcheon, who leaves on the same dati for an extended visit in Wash- ' tngton, I). C. Another affair t,> be given for Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. McCutcheon Is the dinner With Which Mrs. Maude I:. Teale ol Cornwell street will enter tain at the Alexandria. A. ('. Bllllke, who is sailing With Mrs. chapman to I join his family in Europe, will also !)■• a complimented jjue ' Mrs. Charles F. Noyes was hostess ii an affair Wednesday given in Com pliment t'> Mrs. chapman and Mrs. McCutcheon at her home In Toberman street. Miss K<lnn l>tts and Miss Gladys I Letts, daughters of Mr. anil Mrs. Ar thur Letts of Hollywood, will havi their guests for a month Miss Mabel Carson and Mis§ Leta Mecartney of| San Francisco, Who will arrive the j first nf the week. In compliment to their nuosts, who were their schoolmates in Misa Heads' school at Berkeley, the hostesses have i invitations for a card party the ait' moon of April 2. Ml J Me artnev will pass a part of her lime with jiiss Madeline Kins, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Frank W. King of Westlake avenue. .Mrs. joe] Wright Coulter of Andrews boulevard will entertain with n lunch eon of twelve covers Friday, compli menting Miss Mabel smith, whose en- Hunt with Brown Smith lias been announced, and also Miss Maybelle I Heath, whose marriage with Frank Broi w will lie solemnized this summer. Mrs. G. T. Noyes "f Washington street, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Marguerite Noyes, will leave soon tor San Francisco, where they will join (Con Untied on I'itiji' Nlut*) Every Woman's Hair Should Be Beautiful | (From Stylo and Fashion, New York.) ', "Beautiful, glossy and lustrous hair Is within Hi, reach of every woman , who will only try," said Mma, Le- Claire, the French beauty specialist, ! today. "By trying I mean she must use In telligence as well as hi willing ta put forth the physical effort required? If your hair is dull, brittle, dry and Htreaked it means that you we not taking Intelligent oare of it. "Stop your scrubbing, rubbing and rinsing. Soap and water shampoos only give you a headache, keep you Indoors the bel i< r parl of b day and expose you to catching cold. "Every woman who wants abundant, lustrous hair should us,, a dry sham poo. Mix four ounces <>f powdered orris root with four ounces of therox. Sprinkle about a tablespoonful of tiiis mixtur" upon the head; then brush th" powder thoroughly through the hair. "This cleanses the scalp and hair and gives the hair v beautiful glossy luster in addition to making it lipht and fluffy. Therox entourages the growth of hair." AFTERNOON TEA O ERVED from 3 to 5 o'clock, cither a la carte or table d'hote, with four special menus from which choice can be made. Arrangements for parties a special feature. The full con cert program, just as at night, is given at these teas, which, table d'hote, are served at FIFTY CENTS The patronage of ladie& is especially our care, and every arrange ment for their comfort is made. J I— y\} t^u \\y 2ls. v^»y An>^ Let* i-S^i Exclusive and exquisite hand embToldered waists. underwear, neckwear and bahy clothes. Dainty hand palntad china, •k«teh«i, place and tally cards Tiie very Den home-made breads, cokes, pastries, jellies, Jatni and canned fruits. <>to. The Woman's Exchange 111 WE#T SEVENTH ST. PHONE ntti. The employment and rental departments furni-h prompt and satisfactory services. MONDAY SPECIAL We are going to place on sale tomor row 100 Ladies' Mesh Bags. These bags are genuine German silver, kid lined and a very pretty floral design. They sell every where at $5.50 to $6. Our special price $2.95, for this sale only. We have also about 500 Sterling silver hat pins, large . tops, extra long pin stems. They tell regularly at 75c. Our special price during this sale You can see the goods on display in our north window today. S. B. BAILEY Jeweler 353 SOUTH BROADWAY OSE 8 BJ?B1 ,<». ciirM to Klay on red. Emlnont J T m (STI EJ» Judges,ministers, congressmen M 1 T«k and tllo medical press doclara 99 I ■ '*■ nit- cures pernmaent. I ours Wag B 'W after others fall. WHITB TO- I —«__ DAY FOR FItKK ISOOKLRT. IS AHOtum, Dr. W. Towu», Foad dv WU. PART lit Hair Goods of Quality A fln« line of HAii: OOODI at FLOREN TOiB iirloe». Halrdrei»lns;, manicuring, Facial Mnssaire, 15c, College department In our parlor. The Hn*at work at a -mall ad vance. Phampoonlnic. I6c, excellent, of cour™. Cnr. nr.wdway. Kntronca 32J Mer cantile place. I J. Stitt Wilson one of the ablest speakers on the platform today, will hold two meet ings in tho larj?p auditorium of the LABOR TEMPLE 538 Maple Avenue on Sunday 3 p. m. and Monday evening S o'clock. Subjects: "The Supremo Need of tho Whole- World" and "The L.-ihur Movement In England." No speaker can j handle the economic problem! bet ter than J. Stltt WllßOn. _^_——————— i ( LADIESI We removit ». ..ri lliM.u- hair, miiiH, moles, birthmarks ml other blemishes by the lulrst selenllllc bod, We mmr antee to kill every hulr we treat. MARY P. PRATT . ELECTROLYSIS CO. O. T. Johnson liMb., N. K. Cor. I'tinitlt anil Ilnuiluiiy. Home I.'.tii'j V J. A. Bauer Pottery Co. Ayr. Thirty-three anil I.a<y Street. Manufacturer! ol Bow«r pou, nil sizes to l\ Inches. Hanging baskets, all ilua, l'ern pans. Lawn and crmetiiry vases. Itovi llua thlmWes. Ollas In all sizes; nil with water at nlslit and hava Ice cold water next day that »11l keep cold if kopt In a ihady place. Special ware made on short notice. Wo carry a large stock and can (111 urdera promptly. Phone East 50. ' U£, OSTRICH FEATHERS French manufacturers and dyers. OM feathers cleaned and dyed, remodeled anil curled. A la Mode do Paris repairing a specialty. Boas (Ivan ipeolal attention. ROVC'K & NEUMAN. ' 620 S. Hroailway, I.os Anffeles, Cal. RAZORS SHARPENED Sso. <; atllatt's, 400 dos; all other* 160 doa. I Sebson, Knives and Surgical initrunienC* i Bharpcnrd. "Why Pay More?" YANKEE GRINDER , y i wiuuul. iv soutb Spxiuar it.