Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 21, 1915, EDITORIAL SOCIETY, Page 2-B, Image 12
TTTTi omatta Rurnvr r.Ei;: febkuaky lm, ioi5. -I? VISITORS ENLIVENING LENT Few Formal Function Are on the Tapis During the Day from How Until aiter. HOTEL OPEITIITQ THIS WEEK Relat Celewaar. WOXPAY Coronado rluh, dancing perty t Chambers' arademvi Temple Israel Burter-hood, dancing party at Home ho tel; benefit bridge party of the Itongn trrt of the American Revolution at Knn ford hotel; Washington birthday In ner at the Omaha club; fortnightly Briflr e club. Mm, Oeorire ghelley, boat aa: Original Monday Hrllf-e club, Mra A. d. Beeeon, hoetece; Mr. Wnrren PwiUlar, Washington birthday party at Ma home; the Mleeea Irene and Heatrlce Coed, Informal bridge for Mra. Kdtnund V. Km of PL Ixula. rtFBIAT Debutante Bridge clnb; Thimble club, Mra. RuaaeU Harrl. 1 hoeteaa; Tuesday Bridge club; Trinity Cathedral Clewing, Mra. P. H. Uavta, tiosteea; Amateur Mualral rlub, Mra. Harry P. V hltmore, hostess; Aeaila club, dancing party at Rcottliih Kite cathedral; Twinkle club, dancing party t Metropolitan club; Mra. Hal Brady, 1 luncheon; I'an-Amerlcan Bridge, club, Mra. R. I. Howe, hoateaa. WEDNBSDAI-Wednesday Subsrrlptlon club party at Metropolitan club; Wed neeriav Hrldire club. THl'R.sDAT (Jomua club, Mra. A. F. Hoover, hoateaa; opening dinner of the Fontenelle hotel; Thursday Bvenlng fiubacriptlon Dancing club party at the Metropolitan club; Pagalco club, duno Ing party at the Metropolitan club; Prof. W Hired Ward, lecture on Newman at Beared Heart convent; Fontenelle chap ter of the Order of the Eastern Klar kensington. Mrs, W. J. Mettlon, hoet eea FRIDAT Sixty-six Panclne rlub party at rhambera' academy; Brotttah Rita Woman's dab afternoon at the cattie s' rai, Now that the forty daya are upon ua In their fullest significance, how could there be anything to talk about In society lead? Of tears things are coin, but they are on milady's secret calendar and now It will be ever thus, 'nothing- fur the pre a." We are put under lock and key like the "old boy" In Life this month. However visitors are arriving- and this will be a iwtm of keeping- a few Infor mal things on the tapis. Mrs. Stanley Hartman of Chicago la epeoted the middle of the week and will be with her father, Mr. Albert Cahn, for several weeks. Mrs. Hartman has a wide circle of friends In Omaha who alwaya look forward to her vtalta and make her the honor gueat at numerous affairs. Mlaa Greta Lane, who has been living In New York for the last year with her uncle, Mr. Vance Iane, arrived Tuesday of last week and will be the gueat of Miaa JEagenia Faitnrnon and Mlaa Ann Clifford during her stay. , Mra. Rolicrt Lee Hamilton of Lincoln, Is visiting her father, Mr. P. K. ller, and sister, Mrs. Weltsel. this week. For Hotel Opening. " Society Is looking forward to the open Ing of the Fontnneile Thuraday evening. , The first large function will be a dinner dance for the stockholders of the hotel company, their wives and sweethearts. This will tax the dining room capacity to its fullest extent, so many othars are planning dinner parties for the entire week following. One of the first out-of-town guests at the . new Hotel Fontenelle, which opens February IS, wlU be Mrs. William Ttadell of Pecetur, who la a daughter of Logan Fontenelle and keenly Interested and anxious to see the handsome structure that ears ner father s name. Bhe Is moat Interesting personality, combining x both the French and Indian trails of character and well versed in matters per taining to Indian history and legends. She will be accompanied upon her visit to this city by Miss Mary Mitchell, Indian Interpreter at the Omaha reservation, and will be guest of honor during her stay at a luncheon given by the Omaha Woman's Proas club at the Fontenelle. Attend From at Vaisar. Mr. Caspar Offutt and Mr. Janrls Of futt were among a number of Tale men who went up to Vasaar last Saturday for the Junior prom. Miss Josephine Congdon, as a member of the junior class, .was among the participant at the dance, and Mlaa Erna Heed was one of the twlve fortunate freshmen invited by the Juniors to attend. Easter Flam. Mr. B. F. Smith and w", Farnam Smith are rbattng fat New Orleans and Palm Beach. Mr. B. F. Smith will meet his daughter, Mrs. Joseph Baldrlgs, at At- lantlo City In March, and will be joined there by Mrs. Baldrige's daughter and two sons for their spring vacation. Mrs. Offutt will spend the Easter vs cation with her sons and her daughter. IVIrgtala, probably la Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Caldwell plan to be at Atlaatta City for Baster with their eona, Victor, Jabtn and David, whs are cast attending ootlege, Fatter Salea, The women of the Flrat Presbyterian church announce an Easter sale of fancy articles) of all sorts to be held at the church parlors en Thuraday. April 1- A dinner wlU also be served tha same day. Another Easter ealeewhlch Is an an nual affair, will be the Trinity Cathedral . Altar guild sal on the Saturday before Raelor at Jacobs hail. The guild mem bers are meeting every Friday afternoon la Lent te sew for this sale and met yee- tarday with Mrs. Walter Robeta. Every , member contributes two artlales for the sale and there la considerable rivalry to select and make the ' moat attractive things. Tha members are: Meed Mesdamea Joseph barker. Id; Clarke I'uweU. r'aikard. Thomas Brown. Uenraa Barker, Jr.; Ttnrm-K, llpn 1'etera. l.nlcn hiep4ua, fird Lata, Ueorga Vtiaa. U lanes Caruune Barkalow, ftu.iiia. ltaum. Mars ton. 'k..i...n.-t ' Tinouck. rinlla 1 immmal, A Hoe Carter, Dorulbv Hail. Daisy Dcane. ! Jjict Hall, , , Informal Musical. The members of the North Side Mothers club entertained their husbands F.aturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mra .F. F. Miller. Musical numbers were given by Mlas Isabel Radman, violinist, a ad Mr. George Comptoo. tenor. The rooms were decorated with George Wash ington favors. Tha grueats included: Meaara. and Meedames fall K. i Ama, K. C. Rich. h U Bitrr. C J. Dlebarth. G. C. Agwara. 41eorge Crocker. ft. W. Yoddrr, ?. H. Tenant . H. Ballard, R. taitiert. W. T. v herrv, E. W. Powell. O. C. y-fgAow, K, Csraun. R. H. rale, 1''. Johanaon, a. Nortftrup, Y. Kent. F. if. Crana. A. B- Anderson, r. A. Ayr. Ir. 1'eitA I"Ci-h. Mra. e. Park. ' Recent Affairi. Mr. aid Mra. W. R. Wataon enter ii"i at auction brMge Monday and 1 utt.Uy evenlnea of Ut week. ( each Chicago Matron Visiting Omaha Relatives MRS. STANLEY WILL BE WEDDED ON MONDAY AFTERNOON. occasion four tables of players wera present. Mlaa Nell Barnum entertained the mem bers of the Daisy High Five club Thurs day afternoon. Tha prises were awarded to Mesdamea J, W. Boon, David Brown and tha Misses Nell Barnum and J. Pep per. Tha club will meet again in two weeks with Mrs. J. T. Stewart. The O. C. Whist club was entertained at tha home of Mrs. E. C. Oaohenbeln Friday afternoon. Tha decorations were suggestive of Washington's birthday and prises were won by Mrs. Ooorge Oschen- belin and Mrs. George Worley. The mem- be ra of the club are: Meadames Mesdamea George Worley, H. H. Kray, ' George Oschen- H. 1a W oodford, belro, J. Lynch, W.- A. Cole, B. C. Osehenbelm. C. Krlckaen. A new bridge club was organised Friday at the home of Mrs. C. F. Ransom. It will ba called tha Pan-American Bridge club and will mee every other Tuesday. The flrat meeting will take place Tues day afternoon at the home of Mrs. R X Row. Th members are Mesdamea David Hrown R. U Rows. L- J. PlatU. Mtaaee Nell ttemum. Mesdame Jamaa Boon, C. F. Ratekln. Robert bketchley. Frances Plattl Entertain Chicago Visitor. Misses Abbie Howes and Luotle Hender- arts t ava m siiif nrH ah rart v sat t haa rirVTtlta of 1Um Henderson for Mlaa Wlllabelle Olson of Chajago, who Is spending the winter here. Decorations throughout the houa? were cf heart, and cuplds. The evening was spent In games and dancing. Prises were won by Wise Pauline Trout, Miss Nina Prthran and Messrs. William Rndgere and Leou Kahn. The following were r resent: Mi; Mia W iiiroeil) Glaon of lili ag. Paulhie Trout. Maud UchtCaP. Muttle liowea. l.iu lU Henderaon, Abble Howes. Meaara William Rodgers. HerWrt Mertlant, I ran Kbhll, Raliih Hrndereon, Myrtle Rtialiit, Mm Pet bran. Wtlliam Mart el. Kuwara .tol. I.vnn Trle, Hurry Hi-wra. Mrs. h i a Tower. Mr. and Mra. U. J. Henderson. With Winter Travelert. Mrs. 8. F. Robinson left the flrat of the week for a two roontha' visit In Cali fornia. Mr. A. I. Root went to Hot Springs, Ark., Wedneaday and will be Joined there la a week or two by Mrs. Root and their chUdrca. Mra 13. P. Feck left Saturday evening for New York, where ahe will Join Mrs. Henry Eatabrook. and be their gueat for a month at Jekylo Island, Ga. Mr. Frank Moraman arrived Friday ffoin Mlnneapolla, and with his brother Rctx-rt and Mr. Wallace Lyman, left Srlurday for California to visit the ex position and Salt Lake City. Mrs. W. A. Redlek U-avea today for I'alm Bvach, accompanied by Mra Sweatt of Mlnneapolla The will stop at tlis - V7l:;. Htl fnoro HARTMAN. Royal Ponclana and will be Joined In about two weeks by Mr. Sweatt Mr. A. I. Root has gono to Excelsior Si rlnga and will be Joined there In ten duya by Mra. Root, the children and nurac, after which they will go to Cali fornia for an extended stay, visiting various cities and the expositions. With the Visitor.. Mr. and Mra. J. B. Chlaam of Peoria, III., are In the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Chlaam. ' Mr. John Patrick of Sheridan will ar rive this week to Join Mrs. Patrick, who I visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. J. Btown. Mr. and Mrs. Carlon Sebastian, who played at the Orpheum last week, were guests while In Omaha of Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell.- Mr. and Mrs. Sabastlan were honor guests at a dinner Thursday evening at the Ilenahaw given by Mr. and Mrs. Campbell. Et-A-Virp Club Dance. The Et-A-VIrp club gave a dancing party Thursday evening at Chambers' academy. The following were present: Mlaaos Misses Helen Wis. Martha Ewlng, Rvas -HI kins, Halen Grady," ' Grace Walsh, K'lva Graham, Winifred Loree. Hilda Tudor, Florence Tucker, Llllle Kohlff, Blanche rlprlnger, l.oui Lewta, Cleda Bragg, Pagney Hansen, Ellen Ertwarda, Stella Leach, Halite Jones, Olndya Ellis. Mesa re. Genevieve Newcorab, lota Pwlnney, . Verna '.-ipxton, IuiK Elbert, Meta tFredrickson, Clara Schubel. Barbara Buhubel, Irene Robinson, Marie Daley, iNancy Maae, Alice Pamees, May Walsh, (Myrtle Rock, Kvrthe B warts, Irene Hlgben, Margaret Herman, .Meaars. A. I.. Reynolds, r. V. Butts, P. riswold, 1a. W. Knight, Charles Nelson. A. It. Burnlte, otto Nielsen, I E. Sodenberg,' J. T. Moaa, A. J. Jackson, William Dana. F. E. Hughes. F. it. liagg, K. T. Weatrand, Clarence Hall, O. M. Fox. Harley Deema, orge Row Ins, H. li. Miller, F. K. Whltlock, Al Iek, G. U Oreenleaf. Walter Doyle. O. W. Btruler. W. J. 1'almer. R. H. McNamara. A. H. Nuree, Robert Hhlelds, A. F. Brown. William Craighead, Ole Hennett, Peterson, Carl Haarmann, Thor Andreaen, C. 8. Bwancult. Dr. T. T. Harris, Freeman Bradford, Meaara. and Mesdamea Clyde Hock. . R. E3. Fisher. C. M. On nnt. Dr. It. Gaanter. J. Simpson, Ben Frankela, Future Affairi. Mr. A. B. Warren will entertain at supper this evening at the Omaha dub. The Twinkle dub will entertain at a dsnclng party Tuesday evening at the I Metropolitan hall. I The Pagalco club will give a social I dancing party Thursdsy evening at I Metropolitan halL The cinosam Dancing club wiu enter-1 tain at the Scottish Kite cathedral Wedneaday evening. Mrs. George Shirley wUI ba tha hoateaa at the meeting of tha Fortnightly Bridge club Monday afternoon. Mrs. W. J. Mettlen will entertain the Fontenelle chapter of the Order of tha fiaatera Star at a kenalngtoa Thuraday afternoon, February H, at her home oa Hamilton street. The Scottish Rita Woman'a club will repeat the opera "Martha" Friday after noon at the cathedral. Mra John Uear- man haa charge of the program and Mra Henry McDonald will be the hostesa Mr. and Mrs. Warrea Swttsler will en tertain membera of the Christian K deavor society of the Westminster church at their home, tSOt St. Mary's avenue, on tha evening of Oeorga Washington's birthday. Monday. The Cacti rlub will entertain at an la formal dancing party at Chanibers scad emy Monday evening. The hall decora tions will be suggestive of Washington's birthday. The committee la charge in cludes Jack fluchart. . Adrian Lund and Clinton Hamilton. One of the entertainments to be given In homes of the "Daughters of the American Revolution," who will have their conference hare la March, -la aa evening reception at tha home of Mrs . Mcicau. i ne arrets- wiu be on Wedneaday evening and the membera of tha Sons at the American . Revolution will be the gueata of tha "Daughters Mrs. Hal Brady will give a luncheon Tuesday for Mlse Ruth Donnelly of Tren ton, N. J., who Is a member of the "Vo der Cover 'company. Mra. Brady playing with thla same company In Chi cago when her marriage to Mr. Brady about three months ago rut ahort her Mlaa Donnelly, during hr atage career, stay hers, will be a gurt at tha Hrady liomej hcre sir. and lira. Hal Brady Guest of Eugenie Patterson - "Wi1- ?gjj glassed QUEST THIS WEEK OF ms. GEORGE LAIER. are keeping house in the absence of his mother and father In Florida. Newi of the Army, Captain F. a. stritsinger, who has been Quartermaster here for the last three years, has been relieved from duty In that corps and Is ordered to I the Twenty-third infantry at Texas City.' He will Join that regiment about the first of March. Hla successor, Captain W. M. Luhn, Tenth cavalry, haa arrived from Huachua, Aria, with his wife and daugh ter, and has taken an apartment at 211 South Thirty-third street. i At Excelsior Springs. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Brunner have gone to Excelsior Springs to spend two weeks. Mrs. N. L. Guckert has returned from Exoelaior Springs. Mrs. Herman Kountse returns today from a short stay at Excelsior Springs. For Mrs. Sunderland. Complimentary to Mra. George Sunder land of Chicago, tha guest of Mra George Later, Mr. and Mra Claire Batrd enter- talned Informally at bridge last evening. Three tables of players were entertained. Younff Omahasi in New York. At the Rlts-Carleton In New York re- oently. several Omaha glrla and boys met Personnel of 564 MISS CHARLOTTE DEWITX Gradaate from MariaeUo Training (fchool, Dec. 21, 1012, carrying all honors of her rlaas and now with Mra. lUce, 504 llrandels Theater lluildlng. ( 1 I I i I i i I 1 i. f Y 1 Recognising; the need existing in Omaha for a place where "the woman who cares." could go and get up-to-date work done by expert operators, equipped with modern knowledge and' appliances. Mrs.. Rice went to Chicago and graduated from the Marinello School. Mra. Rice haa opened the finest shop west of Chicago with I every up-to-date appliance known to wtll find what they hare long been Mrs. Klce hss been awarded the for tea at the invitation of Mra. J. II. Mclntoah, whoae son, Rustln, and daugh- 1 ter. Margery, were In the party. Miea ' Virginia Offutt, Caaper Offutt, Hunting- ton Smith and Calvert Smith, the latter ' a son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Smith, formerly of this city, were the guests. Birthday Farty. A birthday party was gtven in honor of Miss Lillian Benson Thursday at her home. The afternoon was apent with mualc and game. Prizes were awarded to Misses Ruth Cullen and Incs Hough. Those present were: llsses Misses Fern Dudley, Hulda Taylor, Ellen Klasaen, Gertrude Hansen, Helen Will, ' Adelaide McKlnna, inea Hough, Verna Montgomery, Myrl Fonda, Amanda Rluaer, Mable Montgomery, Ruth Cullen, Margaret O'Urady, Marthena Frederick, Beatrice Olson, Lillian Benson. Visitor to Sing Here. Miss Clora Spalding, member of the Temple choir of Chicago, will bo in Omaha over Sunday, visiting In the home of Dr. S. K. Spalding. Mlaa Spalding will aing at tha North Presbyterian church at the evening service. New. of the Wayfarer. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rahm are spending a few weeks In Miami, Fla. - Mr. and Mrs. George Redlok are spend ing a fortnight In New York City. Miss Mary Sheets is spending a month with relatives at Fort Smith, Ark. Lecture at Sacred Heart Prof. Wilfred Ward of Oxford unlver alty will give a lecture Thuraday after noon at 3:90 o'clock at the Sacred Heart convent on "Newman," for which tickets will be on sale at the dorn. TTof. Ward Few Folks Have Gray Hair Now Well-known local druggist says everybody is using old-time recipe of Sage Tea and Sulphur. Hair that losea its color and luster, or when It fades, turns gray, dull and life leas. Is caused by a lack of sulphur In the hair. Our grandmother made up a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to keep her locks dark and beautiful, and thousands of women and men who value that even color, that beautiful dark shade of hair which is so attractive, use only this old-time recipe. Nowadays we get this famous mixture by asking at any drug store for a lb- cent bottle of "Wyeth'a Sage and Sul phur Compound," which darkens tha hair so naturally, so evenly, that nobody can possibly tell It haa been applied. Besides. It takea off dandruff, stops scalp Itching and falling hair. You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morn Ing the gray bair disappears; but what delights the ladlea with Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur la that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applica tions. It also brings back the' gloss and luster and gives It an appearance of abundance. Advertisement. the Marinello Brandeis Theater Building MTU. NINA L. RICE Proftrietrma of the atarlaeUo Beeu ty Khun, 044 llrandeia Theater llldg. Mra. lUce baa resided la Omaha for many years. beauty culture, with graduate registered operators, and the ladlea of Omaha looking for sxpertwork, sanitation beauty concession in the new Konteoelle Hotel haa Just completed a sertes of lectures at Tale and Is pronounced a very brilliant speaker. Infernal Dinner. Mr. E. S. Vfcatbrook entertained at dinner M day evening and later the guests attended the Orpheum. The party Included: Mesere. and Mesdamea Oould 1'iets, Kdwln f. Bwobe. R. U Huntley, Meedarme MeadHmea-. Lea Cotton. Eva Wallace. Visitor Return Home. Mrs. Mark Hurts, who has been the guest of Mra. J. W. Gannett since early in December, left Tuesday for her home at Nampa, Idaho. Mra W. II. Cranmer and children, who have been guesta of her mother, Mra. Ben B. Wood, since before Christmas, expect to return to Denver early this week. Pergonal Mention. Mrs. P. H. Wheeler, who was seriously Indisposed last week. Is now steadily Im proving. Mlas Helen Forenoon is spending the week-end In Lincoln. Miss Sorenson Is a gueat it the Kappa Gamma house there. Mrs. Edward Crelghton went from the hospital this week to the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Connetl, where she la convalescent from her re cent serious illness. Mrs. John Msdden left Thursday even ing, with her small sou, Joe, for Alber- querque, N. M., for the benefit of the child's health. Mrs. Madden was accom panied by her nurse. Miss Ptuart. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Levy and daugh ter. Eugenia, have returned to their borne In Lincoln after spending a few days with Mrs. Levy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reh- Combs' Pre-Inventory Sale 10 DISCOUNT On Watphes, Mounted Diamonds and Sterling Silver (except on restricted patterns). 25 DISCOUNT On Solid Gold and Gold Filled Jewelry, Cut Glass, Plated Silver, Leather and 50 DISCOUNT On odds and ends and broken lots of several depart ments. All go at this great discount in order tbat we may reduce our stock before inventory, March 1. I "S , ieJUiaa CEE the way the Woods rear spring: are mounted an'ex elusive, patented, important feature of the car These rear springs don't rest on the axle They are mounted. on ' I-beam radius rods a foot forward of the axje. 'I ' U II II 'i 1 fflk leaf full-elliptic springs take up what'a left .ao the car. rides with unequaled smoothness over any road. This feature of spring suspension is only one of many vitally Impor tant details which make the 1915 Woods electric the most comfortable, economical, enduring car you can buy Call or write for catalog which explains them all and illustrates the new bodies. DRUMMOND 2568-70-72 Farnam St, Omaha. SS9nwg Telephone Beauty Shop MISS SYLVIA CAREY llead ' operator, graduate of Mari nello Training School, November 21, 1014, taking high honors in all branches, and awarded the red, hile and blue diploma. and courtesy. feld. Mr. and Mrs: Levy came up to attend the fortieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mra Rehfleld, which was cele brated Tueadsy evening. Miss Allco Jaqulth snd Mlas Mellora Davis spent this week at Oleneyre, Pa., with a house party of ten at the Bloom ing Grove Hunting club. The party was made up of the same young men and girls and their chaperoncs who attended a frat houee party at Ithaca during the recent Cornell prom week festivities. In and Out of the Bee Hive. Mr. K. W. Dixon is in New Tork visit ing his sister. Mrs. Rarclny. Mr. and Mrs. George Redlek are spend ing a few weeka in New Tork. Mrs. F. A. Brogan left Friday for Em poria, Kan., to vlMt her mother and later. ' Mtse McHugh of Bioux City, who has been here with her slater, Mrs. Ck W. Wattles, returned homo Saturday, tlon. Mrs. E. M. Pollard and two children, of Nehawka. Neb., are spending the week with Mrs. Pollard's mother, Mrs, Frank Waterman. 1 Mr. Louis Naah returned Tuesday from New York, Mra Nash remaining thero with Mrs. E. 8. Wcstbrook. for another week or so. v Mra. Arthur C. Smith and Miss Harriet Smith, who have bad an apartment in New York for six weeks, aro expected home this week. Mr. Harley Moorhead has returned from New Orleans, but Mra. Moorhead stopped at Table Rock, Ark., to visit her sister before coming home. Mrs. William B. Martin returns to morrow from Chicago, where she haa been visiting Mr. and Mrs. a G. Strick land and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Manaon for the last three weeks. II Brass Goods and Umbrellas, j These radius rods are attached close to the hobs of the wheels and thus relieve the axle of the weight of the car. They also relieve the springs of the braking and driving strain, preventing pitching of the car when starting,. ors top ping suddenly. What these radius" rods do to'in crease riding comfort ix remark able. Their leverage reduces road shock 30 before the shocks reach the springs. Then the eight MOTOR CO. Harney 409. Nowi is the Time to eyerhaul your Spring Ward robedon't wait until tha aeaaoa Is In full swing. Wi can ba of great assistance to ?'OU althor in cleaning and praaa ng your last year's clothes, or In re-dyelng in tha same or soma other shade. ' Our dyeing this serine Is tha best we have ever turned out. If you Intend making ever a garment sen it to us after rip ping, but before re-modeling, aa we can do better work oa tha ripped goods, 0ut-of-Town People r lease not that wa pay Parcel 'oat one way on all orders. Write for our complete Frlca Ust. The Pantorium "&crd Clsaaers aad Dyers." 1613-16-1T Joasa Street, raoae Bmg. se. Sraaca Office. 101S raraaaa . ate PeUvory Bverywhsre.