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Washington Times (Newspaper) - June 12, 1902, Washington, Washington-DCMiss Sigsbee weds or Robert t Small new Church thronged with friends of Bride and Groom prominence of families daughter of Captain of battleship Maine and highly esteemed Yoang newspaper Man United auspiciously Many handsome presents the wedding last night of miss Ethel Sig soon and or lob cart Toombs Small was of widespread interest because of associations attached to the name of the Bride and owing also to the fact that Lar Small is one of the most popular Young newspaper men of the National capital new Church in which the car Conj was celebrated was artistically Deco rated the Floral colors being yellow and Blue in the assemblage that filled the Church were conspicuous a number of distinguished officers of the Navy friends of Captain Sigsbee together with Many prominent representatives of the press promptly at s Oclock As the bridal party reached the Church the wedding car h from Lohengrin rang out the a still d guest had previously enjoyed a Rich Organ recital the timers who assigned the guests to scats and later preceded Tho Bride to the altar were All newspaper men Ticy were or g a Lyon or or e b Wilkins or a d Albertjr and or Llma cd Mck Griggs the last of Norfolk a miss Wood maid of Honor miss Julia Wood was the maid of Honor and the additional maids were miss Mcchesny and miss Myra Bavis All Are schoolgirl friends of the Bride the Groom attended by his brother or Samuel Whitt Small or awaited Tho Bride in the Chancel where the ceremony was performed by the pastor of the Church the Rev Frank sew All d d the Young Bride passed up the aisle with her father by whom she was Given in marriage she was girls shy fair and Graceful in White embroidered Gauze brought by Captain Sigsbee from constantinople Over a Robe of Cream Liberty Satin a tulle veil fell in misty folds to the Edge of her train and she carried lilies of overworked by Relief labors in Martinique Consul Ayme reported coming Home department not aware of exact whereabouts or Louis e Ayme the United states Consul at Guadeloupe who went to Martinique to recover the body of con sul trontis and look after the Relief work is coming Home he is said to be very much run Down physically As a result of his labors in the devastated Island the United states tug Potoni Lieut b b Mccormick command ing it san Juan p r for fort de France Martinique tuesday to get Consul Ayme and carry him to san Juan where he will take passage for new York the state department yesterday sent word to the Navy department that it waa not certain that the Consul was still at fort de France he Hast been heard from recently cruise of cadets Wavy department announces itinerary for summer work the practice sailing ship Chesapeake who h tailed my Annapolis on Mon Day with half of the cruising classes of the naval cadets on Board will remain in Chesa Cavo Bay for ten Days and a 3 out of the Virginia capes on june 20 bound for new London where she is do to arrive on july i trom new London she will proceed july 5 to Newport of remain there from july 10 to h Exchange Cadet Crews with to Bat be shop ind Ina at Orient Point on july 1 upend a week or so Crul Nung in Gardener a Bay Block Island sound Urs Buzzards Bay arrive at new bed Ford in july Nail from there on a gust 2 arrive at Portland me in a gust s leave there August it arrive at la al Rriola ape in August 22 and the of at Annapolis on August 28 c a s to r i a forlifal3sn3crm 3x ili8 kind you have always bought the Valley arranged in a Shower Bou Quet the maid of Honor wore Jollow silk mousse line de sole or Jollow silk and carried a Large Bunch of French marguerites the bridesmaids also looked As prot t As sunbeams in Golden Jollow thou Ali their gowns showed artistic touches of Blue the wedding colors of the night like the Honor maid they carried mar Gueritey fairy like Flower girl the tiny Flower girl Anna Louise Kittelle the brides Niece was fair like in White and Blue ribbons and carried a Basket heaped with Juno blossoms mrs Sigsbee the Mother of the Bride wore White Ziaee Over White silk and mrs Kittelle a married daughter of the House was in an artistic Toilette of White and Black mull with bodice of fact in Light Green after the ceremony a reception was held at Tho Sigsbee residence 1s03 nineteenth Street the drawing room was decorated in White and the Bay window in which the Groom and his Bride stood to receive congratulations was banked with marguerites and films the decorations of the dining room were entirely in yellow Tho Bride of last night is the third daughter of capt Charles Dwight slugs Bee who was in command of the Bat to Reship Maine at the time she was sunk in Havana Harbor and a grandchild of the late Gen h h Lockwood who held commissions at different times in both the regular army and Navy she la 1 girl of striking appearance very distinguished in bearing and a typical blonde she ha3 a Beautiful and Well cultivated voice and has devel oped a successful Talent for writing Well known newspaper Man or Small is the son of or Samuel White Small associate editor of the Atlanta Constitution on which paper the son began his own newspaper Ca reer he was educated at the episcopal University of Sevrance Tenn and is now on the staff of the evening Star or Small came on to be present at his sons wedding when or and mrs Small left for their honeymoon travels the Bride wore a stylish Gray gown and Blue hat trimmed Ltd Blue ragged Robins the wedding presents included numer Ous Beautiful tributes from Captain Sig sees admirers and friends they made such a wonderful show of Sliver Cut Glass Bric a Brand Art works that the pretty Bride will find that she has Over thing heart could wish for when she arranges her new Home in the Albemarle no selection until fall vestry of st Johns Church defers action on Rector ship vacancy the registrar of st Johns episcopal Church yesterday announced that the selection of the successor of or Alex Ander Mackay so i h would probably not be definitely determined upon Lefore the beginning of Cool weather livery Effort had been made to Settle the matter at once but from various causes action was delayed until now Many of the members of the vestry have left the City and it is not believed that a Ruffi Clent number of them can be brought to Gether again Benoro the fall on a matter of this importance to the Church and its congregation it is thought that the entire vestry should be present when the final action is taken Ever so acc the declination of the Call by or Rouse Alerc various prominent divines v to might lie acceptable to the Church have been communicated with and a number of them have placed themselves subject to the wishes of the Church among the several who arc in mind however no Choice has teen made and none is Likely at this time movements of Faval vessels the Monitor Puritan has arrived at new London and Tio tug loj Den at Newport rear Adial al hug Glynson commander in chief of the North at lactic naval station has transferred his Flag temporarily from the Olympia to the Keart Irge both vessels Are be ing repaired the Olympia at the bos ton Navy Yard and the Kearsarge at the Brooklyn Yard expect new immigration commissioner Frank p Sargent the newly appointed commissioner of in Roiter Tycin is expected to arrive in Washington in a few Days he will enter Upen his duties at once As the successor of Terence v Powderly it Wai am a the Treasury department yesterday that or Serpent would probably take to oath of Orlec in monday Juno 1c boars thou Kryta the ties Washington to tuesday june 12 1002 general Brugere expresses his thanks shares with president belief that great Good will result from visit to America a dispatch has been received at Tho state department from or looms minister to Portugal detailing an interview to has had with general Bru Gere who was one of the Trench Dele Gates to the Rochambeau statue unveil ing general Brugere wishes to convey to this government his Heartfelt thanks and to add that he shares with presi Dent too Schilt the belief that great Good will result from the committees visit to Merica i believe added general Brugers that it has already developed a spleen did feeling Between the two countries just before the Gau Lols sailed from Boston general Brt Gere sent a cordial message to president Koosch Volt Tho presidents response to which general Brugere referred in his communication to minister looms did not reach bos ton before the Gau Lols sailed it was therefore cabled to or looms at Lis Bon with directions to hand it to Gen eral Brugere on his arrival there for amusement lovers chases al Capitan the comic opera to to presented tat chases theater next week is al Capi Tan the Best and most popular of the Sousa series made popular by do Wolf Hopper the Book by Charles Klein is right and witty and the Sousa music is unsurpassable the role of Don Medl Gua the Viceroy of Peru who hides his Elmo Rusness be Hind the quaking form of his court Chamberlain Pozzo has been entrusted to Hallen Mostyn the part of Estrada will be portrayed by miss Norma Kopp who is expected by the management to make As much of a hit in it As she has this week in Wang miss Alice hos Mer will be Seta in the part she originated that f the Princess Marg Hanza Pozzo will to done by Stanley Felch Don Cazarro by William schuster and Caramba by or Harry Stone the chorus will have a Good Opportunity for effective work and the costumes and scenery it is promised will be picturesque and handsome the usual matinees will to held on monday wednes Day and saturday and ice Cream and ices will continue the refreshing feature of Ever performance out doer show at coliseum a m Schnejer called the dare Duvli cyclist will be the chief feature of the Bill next week at the coliseum at fourteenth and East Capitol streets when to will give his Chute ride and dive the mid air track which he uses is 100 feet in height and about 250 feet Long he up lexis Down this and then dives on his wheel a distance of sixty five feet through the air descending into the three foot tank of water the ride is made spectacular with red arc end firearms other features will be Tho Aerial cd Cle wire act of w h Hill the three Rio Brothers in their flying ring act the Everette Trio in an acrobatic act an Bush and Bush the clowns who will have a laughing specially dancing in the Pavilion after the show will be another attraction a motor Cycle race will be added on wednesday night Marshall Hall and Indian head there will be an Opportunity to again take the sail to Marshall Hall and Indian head on the Steamer Charles Macalister this evening these excursions Are looked Forward to with great pleasure As in sea sons past those fond of dancing cannot resist the Trent Fitlin to Otann t Hall and dance while those who desire Toini Ori and rest proceed to incl in i Niin the Cool breezes blowing up the to 1 Lomac Inui a Uchau trips will to run every Friday evenings s throughout the or fourth addition Dally Hall at 10 to Marshall a a of fir Edwin Arden at the Columbia manager Luckett ays Success is al ready assured for the Edwin Arden com Pany which will open a summer at the Columbia on monday june or Luckett claims that he has never received so Many orders for seats in Advance or answered Many inquiries of Courser gardens popularity in this is Ucli known the Bill will be lord chum lev or Ard n playing the part that brought or Sot Lien Fame and Fortunette s selected Fer the Searon will Ira Cias Ana in keeping with Thor country Ece Ineasie of seat boxes will open at the theater thursday morning and the Scalo sum Mer prices will prevail lecture on st Pierre profs Hill and Borchgrevink will lec Ture under th3 auspices or the National geographic the National theater Friday evening this week on the explosion of Mont Pelee messes Hill were sent the West indies by the society to report on volcanic conditions there Duling the two weeks passed at Marti Nique Ard st Vincent they took some Gnu really fire pictures Many which will be used to illustrate the lecture the other members of the National geographic were profs rub sell and he Loprin and these four distinguished scientists have seen about everything was to be seen prof leaves Washington mined lately to return to the University of Michlin in Harbor while prof Heilprin is still Martinique tickets will be on Aalo at the nit Lonal theater Benefit for miss Hallowell miss Hallowell who is quite Well known in the Clov As Tho invalid Sun Shine poetess of America will have a testimonial forget men of Benefit at Tho Lafayette Square theater thursday even intr 1 at Oclock goo program has been arranged hallo Well will to assisted by a number Well Krown local Verein Baden incorporated re Lyles of the incorporation the Verein Andun were filed yesterday in the of the Reeo Dir of the District it is stated that the r poses of the organization Are charitable and social the incorporator Are John Kraft August Bayerlein Carl Hammel Karl Shorb Joseph a Conitz Phillip Dittoe Karl Achstetter and John Geicer students to Honor Natal Day of Flag appropriate exercises to be held in All pub Lic schools Many elaborate programs patriotic observances to be held a Day ahead of time pupils taking a close interest in the arrangements at every Public school in the District of Columbia tomorrow will to celebrated As Flag Day june 11 is the Day set apart for patriotic Observance of the birth of the hag but As that Date fails in a saturday the schools will co Mem Morate the Day by exercises on Friday programs have been arranged at nearly All the schools which include addresses by prominent patriots songs and Reci nations in Many of the schools the exercises will be rather elaborate and the pro Grams will be patriotically entertaining Tho pupils Aro All imbued with Patriot j ism and arc taking an Active interest in the exercises some of the schools will be decorated with hags and bunt ing and in some instances flags will be drawn on Tho blackboards by Tho Stu dents Flag Daj has been celebrated in the schools of Washington for the past four or five Jeara its first Observance Here was in 1s03 when exercises were held in the first presbyterian Church under Tho auspices of Tho woman Relief corps col George Balch of new York City an old Soldier was the originator of the Flag Day Observance he taught the Flag Day Obser Ranee in Many of the free kindergartens he composed a Flag Salute which was afterwards very widely adopted in Many cities the Day is commemorated by a proclamation of the major giving the municipal clerks a halt and requesting All business houses to close at i noon some of the programs the following Are some of the pro Grams Whlon have been arranged for to Morrow by rect school composition history of our Flag recitations the Constitution the ship of state lincolns address at Gettysburg the american Flag Barbara Fletchic Sonis America Star spangled Banner Battlo hymn of the Republic Tho stars and stripes Tho Flag song Columbia the Gem of Tho Ocean Reading stars and stripes Salute to the Flat Briggs school eighth Grade program recitation words of Mario e Williams selection american Flag Marj l Green song my coun try tis of thee by the school Dia Logue four celebrated characters Mary Payne beat Rico Howard Eloise Butler and nettle Williams Sher id ans ride Rodger Mccarl the Story of Tho Flag Adele Scott song the red whte and Blue by the school poem in Washington Thomas Overton recitation the Flag go Ronzle Lucas recitation that starry Flag of ours composition Arthur Payne the Star spangled Banner Annie Brown inde Pendency Daj John Jones song by misses Tilgman and Tibbs Garrison school chorus America recitation raise the Banner Ethel Bates selection school lne Clyde Newsom dialogue oar colors four thursday and saturday Filreis reclamation a girl protest the season boat leaves dlcn1ci1 Icsom pan0 sol Anna Tay seventh Street wharf at c 20 in in recitation of july 177g trips Are made it Ulm and 2 30 p m nor Morrisy Hedick selection Flag Estelle Collier recitation Searon 23 m City Oneal no Plaj b in Iti Inis and regular of society at of and to of expedition there Russell at und june s a miss of entertainers of Fenre Beds for b Holiday Malcolm the Flag Robert Robinson Declama Tion ring the joyous Bells j tall chorus red White and Blue school Flag Drill address on the hag music Ling Salute chorus Star spa glad ban Ner school Franklin school Franklin school song Columbia an them Flag Salute history of the Flag Charles Wilson song Hall the Flag address Solo and chorus Star spangled Banner miss Bulah Luxen recitation the american Flag miss Tabor Karr cml chorus song my tvs of thee Curtis school invocation song Attica school recitation Tho Melcan Flag Clinton Muhlenberg song the Star spangled Banner school address song Columbia the Gem of the Ocean school oath of Alle Giance school Benediction Corcoran school chorus americas Beautiful colors Reading the birth of to c Flag chorus Many 1 lags Reading history of the Flag chorus Columbia address chorus Star spangled Banner Salute chorus America Welgh tiran school chorus Ameri a Salute to the Flag composition our Flag Bulah Kidnell Reading origin of our Flag William Jones read big Zarabara Fletchic Marylu Donchue com position our Flag jes Sie Crawford Flag song third Grade rho Riis recitation our Flag Chiun eve Ian Dan chorus Battle hymn of the Republic Reading lincolns get to Asburr address Louise Klunk Reading the Melcan Flag Bessie Wright Reading the Flag of seventy seven Belin Goepfert recitation our a tonal Banner Lillian Schuyler read ing we Honor our county Marga ret Mahaney address chorus Star spangled Banner ambush school ambush school Salute to the Flag school song of Praise sixth Grade meaning of the Flag Reading rach Henderson chorus Flag song school history of the ring Relta Lon William Henry the red White Mil Blue recitation David Robin on Flag Drill fourth and fifth grades Harum americans Beautiful colors Lehoul Barbara Frietchie Relta Lon fourth Grade no 2 our Flag inc Clintion Mary Taylor my native Oral Precit Nylon William Muse horns to the c o country Slot i Ade Union of hearts a Clatton gne3 Beverly hoop Drill fourth fifth and sixth grades our Flag Recita Tion Luernda Buchanan Tho Flar goes by Horace Dowling Story of the Star spangled Banner l minor chorus the Star spangled Banner school the builders recitation fourth Grade no 2 birthday of the stars and stripes Reading Maud Ducr a Good country recitation third Grade give eco Talon har Riet Johnson to the red White and Blue recitation first Gradi song three Little Sisters third Grade Tho Flag recitation second Grade Char us America school Abbott school chorus America Hail Columbia the stars and stripes Salute to the hag chorus Oil ring is there Columbia the Gem of the Ocean address chorus Battle hymn of Tho Republic Adams school Adams school Assembly March miss e m Hull choru3 America schools composition the Liberty Bell Dorothy Smith first Grade song the ring pupils of fifth Grade Reci tation tribute to the Flag by Charles Sumner Suslo courts sixth Grade recitation Flag of our Union Larrv bate3 sixth Grade chorus Tho Star spangled Banner schools recitation the Flag is Liber to by ii w Buccher Harry Lamborne seventh Grade making the five pointed Star Ruth Millard seventh Grade chorus stars and stripes forever schools epigram about the Flag by noted men and worn in eighth Grade pupils crowning the ring unfred Knight and Marjorie Edson fourth Grade chorus red White and Blue schools marching Salute to the hag schools sayle3 j Bow n school program for i lag Uay Lau chorus my country Reading the a Story of the Flag chorus of Columbia Reading our Flag chord of Star spangled ban Ner Flag saute chorus Hall to the Flag chorus the Flag of washing ton Tyler school song America piano Solo mrs Kane Story of the Flag song red White and Blue Recita Tion Drakes american Flag Sone sixth Grade song land of greatness Home of glory address Solo and chorus Star spangled Banner song fourth and fifth grades Reading old glory song Flag of the free song seventh and eighth grades kellers american hymn Flag Salute Hubbard school Hubbard school song my country tis of thee recitation our Flash fifth Grade composition on Flag Pupil of eighth Grade speech song glory to old glory recitation dates seventh Grade Flag Drill twelve girls of fourth Grade recitation sixth Grade Recita Tion eighth Grade Salute to the Flag school song Columbia the Gem of the Ocean Smallwood school invocation Star spangled Banner song Freedom address duct Hurrah for old glory Columbia the Gem of the Ocean history of the Flig Indian club Drill Salute to the hag America Randall school chorus America schools grammar schools recitation americas Flag Effie Chow select Reading history of our flog Maud Killcy recitation Flag of Tho rain Bow Jennie Dowling chorus to thee o country schools declamation Tho Flag Frank Branson recitation Betsy Battle Flag Carrie Black Volle chorus Battle hymn of the re Public schools patriotic quotations thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth constitutional amendments recitation Barbara Frietchie Orlenta Robeson chorus Star spangled Banner schools a Flag exercise primary grades recitations our Flag the people who loved this Flag stars and stripes i ought to love my country for my country address or my Holland chorus red White and Blue schools Greenleaf school n Greenleaf school Salute to the Flag Long Hall to the Flag a Nooi make Oft your hat As the Flag goes by Wil lie Vinton Reading Story of the Flag song our Flag the Best school recitation old glory Bertha Jarboe song my country tis of thee school the meaning of the Flag Edna Clark Tho Star spangled Banner Mccormick school song Banner schools Reading his tory of the Flag with sketches miss ill rec Solo Columbia the Gem of the Ocean miss diver chorus by schools poem our Flag Pupil song our Banner schools introduction of speaker address Salute to the Flag song my country tis of thee schools Bradley school chorus Star Span sled Banner schools Flag March Sec Ond Grade recitation Gladys Binting third Grade recitation Bessie Baylis fourth Grade chorus red White and Blue schools Flag Drill by pupils of sixth Grade Annie Kerr Annie Getzey Ella Murray Mary pet Ngac Marjette Bowler Anna Heyi Ethel Evans her Bert Cockrille Hattie Barrett Charlo Norris Richard Carpenter Emory Hall Tom Schweinhaut Fulton Henderson Fred Wren Ray Codrick Mary Gall her Conna Polock chorus National hymn schools Morse school Morse school choru3 America patriotic exercise members of the third fourth and fifth grades recitation my fathers Flag and mine miss Bessie Mcdonald chorus the red White and Blue address chorus wave our Bonny Flag on High recitation old Flig miss Florence Milliken Salute to the Flag master Frederic Newburgh and Schoola chorus Star spangled Banner Brightwood school calling Assembly to order w e Nalley principal invocation Rev o c Bacall chorus co Lumbia the Gem of the Ocean Salute to the Flag recitation ring the Joy Ous Bells today by Florence Stone chorus blessed red White and Blue address maj a s Perhan of g a r Solo and chorus our al Blind forever recitation the flags birthday by Marion Collison chorus America Benediction pianist miss Lulu Scesler eighth Grade Lincoln school chorus America recitation our country Banner Bessie Carter recitation Tho Flag Mck in Jenkins recitation Tho Crea Tion of Tho Flag Cornelia Hart Lan Guage of the flags colors Waverly francl3 Robert Diggs William Man Kins the Story of the Flag thirteen pupils seventh Grade chorus Battle hymn of the Republic recitation off with your hats As Tho Flag goes by Thomas Green recitation old glory Francis Gay dialogue the Story of cur Flag fourteen pupils eighth Nde recitation ring joyous Bells today a White recitation Flag Daj Maggie Dorsey piano Solo old Okcu bucket m Thomas recitation our Flag Thomas h Green hag exercise fifteen pupils eighth Grade Reci tation awake Salute the Flag m Harlow Salute to the Flag address Rev m Clair chorus kellers Ameri can hymn Giddings school gidding3 a Nooi seventh Grade March the Flag Salute the Story of Betsy Ross Reading Ethel Wissens a failing line of Blue recitation Laj Retta Montgomery unfurl the Flag Reading Mary Early the Soldier boy recitation Adelaide Dodson the Boston boys dialogue masters wig Gens month Ompre Queen Thomas Cole Anderson and Brawner sixth Grade Well raise the Flag recitation Laura addi3on old glory recitation Leona Shankin the Banner spotless recitation Frances Beverly All Hall Tho land recitation Sarah Thompson Union and Liberty recitation Mattle Spencer the reason Why Reading Henry Lancaster the Star spangled Banner chorus fifth Grade a Flag for the school House recitation l Thomas t Athens w Colo Man awake Salute old glory recitation the Ophilus Magruder the american Flag recitation h Hutton j Page the Beautiful Flag recitation Lola Mason run up our Flag in the Breeze recitation Earl Hewlett our Banner recitation Ethel Graham our Flag Harry Mitchell fourth Grade the history of the Flag recitation by pupils the stars and stripes recitation by pupils ode to the Flash recitation school Columbia the Gem of the Ocean chorus third Grade the stars and stripes w Brown p Scott a Williams charlc3 Williams the Flag goes by Harry Hale Independence Day Virginia Greene an ode to Tho Flag William Brown Paul Scott the Flag Helen Smith Sec Ond Grade motion song red White and Blue school raise Tho Flag on every school House Ruth Peters o come be patriots Ralph Palmer Hurrah for our own red White and Blue Marie Wood working for the Flag Flag Drill by boys first Grade a quotation by school a Flat exer Cise by seven pupils Tho Flag for me John Greenleaf raise the ban Ner Mamie Stoddard address Amer Ica chorus Lovejoy school Lovejoy school opening song the Star spangled Banner Welcome address Ralph Taylor two and one Etta Willard a Little boys trouble Lawrence Quander Little rowers dialogue Martha Watson Carrie pol Ard and Alberta Brent people will talk Gladys Jones when the teach or gets Cross Lucille Gilbert dont Julia Ashton Solo just As Tho Sun went Down Benjamin Brown our Flag Alexine Kager Columbia the Gem of the Ocean the pupils instrumental Solo Ruth Grimshaw our Flag Clara Boone Independence Bell Ruby Davis Barbara Frietchie Jennie richard3on the american Flag Ethel Bond Hurrah for Tho Flag the Little folks an address closing song America Flag Salute the pupils Sumner school chorus nearer my god to thee real Atlin Freedom our continued on eighth Paje Fol Budu tie v a to get the Best accommodations is via the great Rock Island route Why it is the Only direct line to Colorado Springs and Mamou it is the popular route to Denver it has the Best dining car service it has the finest equipment and most satisfactory schedule and in the Ocky a Mountain limited oilers the Best train Only one night Chicago to Colorado it leaves Chicago daily at 545 p m and arrives at Denver 845 p m col Orado Springs Manitou 830 p m another inducement to use the sock Island will be the round trip rates of s25 Chicago to Colorado and si5 Missouri River Points to Colorado effect Tiv e this summer by that line ask for details and free books under the Turquoise sky gives the most fascinating description of Colorado camping in Colorado has Lull de tails for campers f l Miller p a m d ill so old Straat Philadelphia Iii ill jul Wimbis is a juju can ave Muth Money Herey olt sell Nir out Wains suits und skirts Ukly of kits al try All Nool Hare skirt slots value 10 Liete Are i Slit of shopworn i Oti Iek Bio values investigate 720 9th st r5 w orchestra Iussig Ftp Ecol sic of popular orchestra music including ii Uny of the Standard to Altic two Hepfl Etc jut the thir of for Mim Mer inca moments Lour Chuke 10 parti and piano each 35c n i f Droop sons Tuii in xxx ave Vyvah Lafiton 1 c mail orders killed summer resorts Virginia Mountain resorts Ord summer hot in Ollish altitudes on Chesapeake Ohio railway most healthful Urcison in which to spend the heated term Lansburgh Bro important 2c notion Sale Smiths be Telles nil sizes paper 2c Black afoot Nivins Yinsi full of boxes 2c Meili Uin Loti truth kid curlers As i Orcil Browns Pkt i 2c All Linen outset laces full length pair 2c Feather stitch braid new neat patterns piece 2c package containing 12 papers hairs pins 2c Nickel plated safety pins All m7cs dozen 2c Small Wood Back hand Brush is each 2c polished a cod handle Curling Irons 2c mohair laces for Low shoes pair2c Bunch tape assorted widths 2c silk finished White Cotton num Bers from 40 to 70 spool 2c extra loner hat Pius White and Black half dozen for 2c celluloid thimbles All seizes each 2c Joni diff Wax with handle the Collar stiffen intr Black and White length 2c Small slice but toners with Boni handle 2c Metal shoe horns 2c Large skirt Hooks and Black and White dozen Strong 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