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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

TOP SUN END NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. asssa 5 t SKIRT AND BLOUSE IN PLACE . OF ONE, PIECE SUIT ,8 War Tlmo Fashion of Separate Garments Interests All Women. EC0X0M0AL NOT CHEAP Ono Skirt of Black Satin Does Wy With Many and Va rious Blouses. rT-nERE Is a strong inclination I toward tho coat suit this spring, although tho ono piece frock haa Its adherents. This desire does not Indicate any drastic chango from tho established order of things. Tho fundamentals are alike, but the details differ, which sounds familiar, as It Is a phrase our distinguished statesmen have bandied about for several months. It should jo Into history with President Cleve land's "innocuous desuetude" and President Roosevelt's "race suicide." The difference between tho tailored nit of to-day and that of yesterday lies In the fact that the skirt and jacket are not of the same cloth or design, although tney may bo in trio tame color. Another difference Uos In the fact that the Jacket which be lon...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

p. THE, "BUN 'AND NEW TOEK HERAEtV SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ZZ, TO NEW HEADWEAR BIZARRE OR COPIED' FROM PRIMITIVE. Paris Returns to rnent of Materials for Bodily Coverings Wax ing and Vanishing Among the Processes Hoy would yon fee! If you were wealthy Okmulgee lady of the most unimpeachable American ancestry, perhaps only once removed from beaded headbands and tie feather bonnets when you had for 'the first time Insisted on getting your fashion fresh and piping hot from the original Paris sources, by way of Ifth avenue, to find that Paris, as far u millinery was con cerned,' had lapsed In the most shame less manner Into the primitive? Uow Mr. Moreton, the enterprising Greek Indian merchant. Is going1 to explain this matter when he gets back to Oklahoma with the trophies of his first buying trip to New York It Is difficult to see. He la reported by the DaOu Garment Newt to have said: "A lot of people In New York smile when they see me because they think I have come to buy shawls and mocca s...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

8 THE BUN AND 'NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920.' j 1 "' '""'-V ' '"" mini iiin in ii 1 11 iii i. i "i 1 I, . ,i . ...J. .i' .'- ' ' " 11 VIEWS AND REVIEWS OF THE WEEK IN THE ART WORLD i i - ! i . - ' 3 . ;." Tfotk of Charles Bheelcr At tracts Attention Other Exhibitions. By HENRY McBRIDE. THE work of Charles heeler now on View In the De Zayas Gallery Is an exhibition for the progressive element In the com. munlty. Mr- 8hcelor Is on out and out modernist, and there fa very little in lne past history of art that will assist the amateur to appreclato his. Only, the sophisticated amateurs who lovo exploring will go along with Mr. Shee- who will be forcod to rely for empathy, probably, upon his fellow moderrnts. jir. Shecler'a subjects are Bucks county barns, flowers and still llfoo; mi4 thece have been worked out both In photography and water color. It I, of course possible that the artist nuy win some applause from totally unlnstructed persons, who will see that Mr. Sheeler'...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. Men and Women of Society, .Begin to Arrive to Hemnln Until After Easter. LENTEN SOJOURNERS -B-"0-iss i,"?!! """" ApyKRTisEirEXTB i ji -pn i "t??.."?:" AT ATLANTIC CITY 1 1 '1 OMIdlMM&TMgI ET CMxfxmXTkG 4TV. P ! W U BROOKLYN 2 TT O ("? 3 ( I Store Open 9 4. M. CTop 5:30 P. M. I Tuesday Begins i Week's Spring Dressmaking Sale ! ATLANTIC CITY, N. J Feb. 21. The annual Lenten hf6lra of men and women of society to this resort now Is under way. From many cities are arriving aojourners who have taken leave Of social jenyety for the duration of the penitential ceason. Most of them stay hero until Easter,-when they will partici pate in th? mwnmPlh Boardwalk fashion promenade. Now York, Phila delphia, Baltimore, Washington and Pittsburg will be particularly well represented here during the Lenten period. Thero.wlll be arrivals from nearly every Western State and prob ably every province of Canada for thla la a favorite winter rendezv...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

T" . " - 'I SECTION 4 8 PAGES VOi AND NEW YORE HERALD Plays, Pictures and Vanfle ville Concerts Schools r Book Reviews. NEW YORK, SljNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, . 1920.WOM, IMP, ly TU flw-geraM Oorporatlon. PLAYS COMING TO BROADWAY FROM VARIOUS SOURCES iTBmngnrifirii M03DAT MOROSCO THEATRE "Sacred and Profane Love," play by Arnold Bennett, In which Miss Elsie Ferguson will return to the stare u a star of the Charles Frohman company. The drama, which Is said to be 6omcwhat unconventional, has been produced In London. The cast lncjudes Joso Rubon, Alexander Onslow, Sebastian Smith, Misses Olive Oliver, Maud Milton, Peggy Harvey, Katherino Brook and others. CRITERION THEATRE (Afternoon) "The Letter of the Law," a translation of Engine Brleuxs "La Robe Rquge," In which Lionel Barry more Is to bo presented by John D. Williams. It Is regarded as one of the strongest works of the French playwright. Among the company are Miss Doris Rankin, Russ Whytal, Frank Kingdop, Misses Maud Hosford, Ada Boshell...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

4 THE SUN ASD NEW YOUK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. , 6 HUCKLEBERRY FINN' ON SCREEN; OTHER PICTURE NOVELTIES YAUDEYILtE HOUSES ANNOUNCE CHANGES Miss Besslo Clayton on Pro gramme at Palaco-r-Otlicr ' Entertainers. Extra Work Adds Pounds to Miss McKellar's Weight ir leading Woman of "The Storm" and 4Boyond tho Horizon" Explains It; MS r iigri iir-M-Ti -i - 11 MHiBHBBmBaBBram 11 Mark Twain's Youthful Hero Faithful to Best Tradition. W HEN Wffllam D. Taylor under took Use direction of the Para- rrjunt.Artcraft screen version of Mark Twain's greatest novel. "Huckleberry Finn." which will be at the RIvoll Theatre this week, he faced a difficult problem. Each of the mil lions who have read the classic of boy life has formed his own mental picture of horn Huck and Tom Sawyer and Aunt Polly and Jim and the tther characters looked and acted, and It was Mr. Taylotis duty to present the thing characters so that they would correspond to these mental portraits. Fortunately the Impressions o...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

IWpr pqjr" r.."SI! AMUSEMENTS. 0A U V3n Evsnlnga at I 4 HATS IBS WHK' tue?tursI'&'AT nookbrTHroMAttr)l . Stayed by J.O HUFFMAN. MualchyJean Schwarti nlanche Rlnit. Charles Wlnnlnatr. The Avon Comedy Hour, Jamra Barton, Vrlletta Hitters, Rslph Rlrn and Katherlne Wltehle. Frankle llftb, George and Dlclr Rath. Four "ly Slvers. Tilly Barton, Rcirlnatd Denny. Olxa Cook. Lon naaeall, Harell Cox. Miriam Miller. Walter Wolf. Eddie Miller. Harry Turpln. Verna Iliirke. Joe Odd. John CmneW A MinilTY MOBILIZATION OF MERRY MUMMERS. TH MIP.MT SUNDAY Al.WAYSTnEBESTBUNDAY TH NIPUT JU-lNIUnl CONCERT ENTERTAINMENT IN NEW YORK. lU-INlUMJ 153203 U'way M. Circle 3330. ALWAYS THE JDEST SUN DAY ENTERTAINMENT IN NEW YORK. -Bryant S21o TED LEWIS & Band FnANKIE DEATH 10 other Acts CENTURY 4TH MONTH V OF THE GREATEST AND MOST SPECTACULAR SUCCESS EVER KNOWN IN AMERICA F. RAY C0MST0CK & MORRIS CEST Present The Sensation of Pa'ris and N. Y. APHRODITE From the Theatre Renaissance. NEVER AGAIN ffl&...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

AMUSEMENTS. riirwnr roadway and 4.oth a 1ST. L1II1ML xiu.Moa.Wrrf.AOU.x33a 1 MONDAY MATIN" WEDNKSDAT THIB WEEK 8AT0KUAY chakles frotjiun present ETHEL BAHRYMORE IN UER ORtATKbT TRIUMPH "Decl assee Br ZOE AKIN3 "A gorgeous ptrfonnance." TrOu, movancr vmyk. AbronafB Lincoln! Ike pleui by dohn Dnnlcwareri Afyrnbuxf Cdrtorief- CORT THEATRE fWS TOM00DOW WED 6 SAT ZX5. T.thlit. Eve. 8:10. To-mor'w W.ihlctons Birtn- . BOOTH TARKlHGTONS Mew Gorn&dg 6eorgC The hesHitfhk comedu ever written by an American Heuwood Broun in mt mxmti STANDARD Mttf Tom.. Thurt. & Sat . tobIi Tnur. as o. rvj. ram lO&M&Y MILLEtt presents flu V Chatterton HONEYSUCKLE" From ltnrj Miller's Theatre. DAVID' DELASCO Present Em I "DADDIES" sir THE EVENING SUN, FEB. 17, 1920. "SHAVINGS' A SUCCESS A breath of delightful dramatic freshness swept into the ftale atmosphere of Broadway theatrictflism lajt night and charmed a blue first night audience into laughter and tears that were as genuine and sincere as th...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

4 THE BUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. R I THE SLOUGH OF OPERATIC ETHICS OVER "PARSIFAL , 5 1 ill r. .-vy ' ti" J .. '4CmHk M iiv r - I 1 1 j , it v tdb m- .... ii KrinirHi fl i 1 11 II Wagnerian Opera's Revival Starts Discussion Again By W. J. HENDERSON. O O here we are again In the slotg'n at 'operatic ethics. The war did us at . least one kindness: It relieved operation of moral law In the lyric "Parsifal" to the local stags, the whole Buddhistic dogmas and pseudo-Christian articles of fo."b coma trooping back uno tnt' glare of f.he spotlight, and whether we like It or not we are forced to consider them. For. lol they are become the rocks upon which the apologists rear their defences. Apologists paved the way tor thus proclaimed to the world that he and to consider the fact that Wagner's final tonic beliefs, that It does not breathe that It preaches no moral except that of enlightenment by pity. All of Which Is undeniable. But why make such a turmoil about It? ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

TriE SUN AND NEW YpRK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. "6 BOOKS AND THE BOOK WORLD IN TIMELY REVIEW Overdose of Cured "Sweet Marie" s , Goldman and Berkman Didn't Ring True, and War Taught- Her Love of Country B7 JOHN SPARGO. THE literature of recantation -nd apostasy has always excited tar ropucnance. While autobiography fre quently attalna to the very hUhest levels of literature, this branch alnka to Its lorit depth! Tbo "confessions" of ea prlests, reformed monk, converted So cialists, redeemed and re.enerated rebels and reformers of all kin ! commonly teem Itb malice and misrepresentation, eant and cowardice. ThU may b due to tiie- corruptlrc Influence of com tnerdalUra; certainty there seems to be no rood rearoo why the experlescea of a treat intellectual or spiritual resolu tion, a "conversion" la the tanruase'of evangelism, should not be set forth In manner helpful to others and la a . generous spirit. A few bare done this and thereby enriched literature. If Marie Ganz, In ...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

7 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. NEWS AND DISCUSSION OF INTERESTING PUBLICATIONS Notes on England's Women Novelists Thi l the twenty-fifth of Ur. WalpoUfe fortnightly "London Let ter to BOOKS AND TUB BOOK WORLD. The twenty-eixth and Uut trill be published March 7. By.HUGH WALPOLE. IT is strange toYeflert that In this year of grace 1320 there ts not one living English woman novelist of the older jeneratlon who preserves any literary Influence. One may Indeed say that from Mrs. Qllphant to May Sinclair Great Britain haa had no woman novel ist whose work has outlived her Im mediate time. This la not directly true perhaps of Lucas Malet and Mrs. Hum phry Ward. A Counsel of Perfection and Colonel Enderby't Wife should cer tainly give pleasure to future genera tions and Rolirt EUmert may live as a. portent and Btlbeck of Bannlidale and Lad Roee'e Daughter still have vitality, ae any one who reads them now may discover. petached novels lOce The Btorv of an African ...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

ftp... 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 19S0. 8 PRIVATE SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES Latest News' of the .Life and , Spirit Within Academic Walls THE Barnard School for Bor ! brated both the blrthdara of Un coln and Washlntton fcy exercises In which the rtudenti took the principal .arts. On Lincoln's natal dar the fol lowing jirocnunme wa clven: Ileadlnr of the Gettysburg speech, Joel Squler: John Drinkwater" "Abraham Lincoln." Alan Relley. followrd by an address on SC7lK Intern the "Slcnlfl i .if " li.- Headmaster Haxen. Watlilni-tori's Elrtliday waa celebrated on the Friday preceding; the anniversary, a J followa: Jteadlnc from the Farewell . ddreM. Arthur Hoehn: "Washlncton nl the Problems tf To-day.." Jry Theo dote I'tlcce. The student orchestra, led by Mr. Shaw, musical director, lent Ita Kid on both of these occasions, and added much to the cencral enjoyment The school recently heard the quar tft from Hampton Institute, In an hour of nejro spiritual. Addr...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

Ml AND NEW YORK HERALD TECTORIAL SECTION roTIrtKT . riprIT nKr?c NEW Y0RK- SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1920 " - " " J. I ' I ' V'' t the Alaniiura nan ai Mint. Kari'ii Michaolis. a fa nous DauitJi com poser, plcadiiu; at a nicotine of her count ryinen for aid for tin stairviiir children of Vienna. Oiiivru'ln. Kv.Jtone View Mrs. ficorre W Vandernilt of New York and Wash ington, snapped on the. beach at .Miami, Fl;i Photo Internal wn:il

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. F7l 7v! vvix f. . i jjj !rTC3 rfv She stars in tlip Thomas H. Tnr.c prodtie- p,,m. , . . : ; 77 r ; ; " I QtL i' VLCf1 Charming photographic study of Jane Cowl as slip appears r JZs-tz "ZKStTtki ' WSiSr "Smi,i"' Through," one of the Selwyn productions having I r-QnOQ) vVr-- N yCw a successful run at the Rroadhurst Theatre. jCC(CCD I

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. llllllllllllll Umm' tSmmmMmimm mm mm. zz. ,u m LI M np. Marie Lp Brun as she appeared at the St. Valentino's: Day faney dress ball at the Hotel Vaudcrhilt in a Kussian briilo's dress. The Ameriean Free Milk and Kalian Relief funds Ofnonted. I'hotn. International j I n I Miss Harbara 1. Loew. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "W. Goadhy Loew. whose ftirnri,nuiit to Edwin Main Post. Jr.. has just been announced. Photo Inttrn.itlonal. , wL w mmmmmMtj!mJmM $ ""' Miss Gertrude Tower and Miss Martha Mrcvoort, who sold flowers and favors at the St. Valentine's Day ball at the Van- dcrbilt. The proceeds went to charity. Photo International. Luxurious motor limousine to transport race horses. The in terior is lighted by elec tricity and the sides aro heavily padded. Copyright Kade! Hrrbort. Lone male delegate to the victory eonven Hon of the National American Woman's Suf frage Association. He is Leonard J. Gross man of Atlanta, Ga. Photo Interna...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

91111 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. 1 fT V rsTt Characteristic portrait of John Bar ton Payne, chairman of the United States Shipping Board, who will suc ceed Franklin K. Iiane as Secretary of the Interior. .... , . ,, , Copyright, Underwood & Underwood. Wid(.w of William B. Leeds, who married Prince Christopher of i recce m Switzerland recently. I'h'iti. International. Frederiek Mae.Monnies at work on his first sketch of the monimieiit to I'oinnieinor.ite the battle of the Manic. "America's (iift to Fnniee" will be a colossal statue to be placed at Meaux. The 2.")0.n()fl needed will be a free will offer in jr to be collected early in March. New picture of Mary Roberts Rinehart and bet husband, Dr. S. M. Rinehart, taken at their home in California. Photo. International. n Orai 1'rince Christopher of Greece, uncle of the present King, husband of the former Mrs. William. B. Leeds. Photo International. Pierre Leeompte du Nuoy, one of the staff at Dr. Alexi...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. . Climax of Thomas A. Edison's party on his seventy-third birthday. Reviewing the Edison employees' parade at West Orange, N. J. Left to right: Thomas Edison, Jr., Mrs. Charles Edion, Thomas Alva Edison, Mrs. Thomas Alva Edison and Charles Edison, Photo, international. Unusual eamera study of Dr. Robert Underwood Johnson, former editor of the Century Mayazine, our new Ambassador to Italy. Photo liy J. It. Held. latest portrait of Queen Marie of Rumania in peasant dress, snapped in an American Red Cross relief station. She has worked unceasingly for years for her people and is one of the few royalties in Europe highly beloved o The advance of feminism in France is well portrayed by this picture of Mile. Helene Landry working as secretary to her father, the French Minister of Marine. Before the war a woman holding such an important public past was unheard of o The new Duchess of Norfolk, one of England's beauties. She was the dau...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. in MmmiHnHBL.HHHJlH rSaaW.iBBBBWm taaBBBBaW alaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBHalBBBBBBW "bMbbbbbbbbbbbK BBBBBBH B - l,.-'-Z. Ilorsolmck i-if l i nr at Pini'lniiM fimiislit's imicli of the iveiv.it i on for winter visitors. I'ielinv shows the j;iz stiill. " an ainiisiny: eontrivanee that ive.s est to tliP sport. ( "i. iiu in. UnilcnviMhi a i;hlTv.il. HHHBiHlHBHIIHBN9BIHlH8BHSfflBraHHr iiiiiiHiBBBBHBBVIHBBBBBBHHBHBm , nrir it-'bb" rrw -mitt r mmr jJks h f Two ehariiiiii' rirl riders in the l'inc- Imi'st winter col ony; the .Misses Julia and Helen ltuttertiehl of Hat tie Creek. Mieh. ('niiii;lit, I'ndcrNsiHMl & 1'mU'rwiKn! Robert linsin;:. whose resignation as Sceretary of State stirred international politieal circles. Photograph shows him at the official desk. lluto. International Buik- kbbbbbIpbw .- St. s4 WgzL jGlniipse the SS. V JhyHt. Day Kettledrum the I'la.a charity I benefit cd. Miss Christine Sloanejn T 1 buying a laee scarf front ...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. N PUSSY WILLOW M ALU NSON'S 'N DESTRUCTIBLE VO I LE fp mm SlMAUJNSON'S DEW-KISTf MALUNSONS KUMSI-KUMSAMAIL1NS0N'S DREAM CREPE Francis Permanent wave Specialist- Svnfxw If your hair Is not naturally wavy, 'w make U so There is & grace about our I'rrn, orient Wave that Riven a tone of dis tinction and beauty to many of New York's women of fashion. We Permanent Wave white halt. Mr. Francis, authority on hair, clvee his personal attention to all patrons, his experience is at your disposal. Gray faced hair restored to any natural color with the famous Chase-a-Oray 6 France1, fleautlful chestnut shade; also herb mix ture shampoo that gives rich tone and rllllanry to the hair Blond, Golden and Chestnut. Francis 8 west 37 "street AFTER Madame Marie Is Publishing by I'er miwion the Ac companying letter. Information Can lie Obtained Through Her. Ad dress 222 Riverside Drive. Tel. 337S River. MMK MA It IE. W I.KMt MADAME MAIIIE: W'Tih...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SDN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920 maBaa k February is the Lamp Month at Ovington's (Discount of 10 to 50 now obtainable on all Lamps and Shades) TO lend the cheerful, bright atmosphere to the home they adorn, that is the mission in life of these lamps of Ovington's. Shield tamps of unusual dr sign are among tle many Mont lamps included in the Krluu ary Sale. m I There are hundreds of them, all sizes and' all shapes, from a tiny boudoir lamp to a stately living room standard. High-priced they never were, forOvington 's. policy of distinctive designs and sound value as well precludes the absurd prices that lamps often carry. But now, during the February sale, they represent value better than even Ovington's can usually give. Both lamps and shades are marked 10 to 509c less than their former fair prices. No matter what kind of a lamp you desire, you can probably find it in the Ovington February sale of shades and lamps Here is one cande labrum that illus trates the...

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