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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, March 12, 1910. Present their compliments ana beg to inform you that they have prepared a 10 days' FASHION FEAST for the coming Easter season, beginning MONDAY, MARCH 14TH, dis playing a beautiful selection of well thought out models of Gowns, Corsets, PARIS HATS of very personal note. They would be much honored by your vjsit. . Our formal opening was a culmination of success, thanks to the prompt and genial re sponse of the ladies of our city. The Specialty Shop MRS? ) JUvIBVC'P i ll:fe.?Yw i INI kOT easily wiH, the women who have adopted tne popular tur t)ari coiffure give up the com fortable turban frame which not only makes thin hair seem luxurious but forms a splendid support for millinery. They will alter its location if they must, but its comfort In sures its Donularity for some time to come. The word from Paris is that coif fures show a tendency toward an arrange ment low down in the neck, which will still permit the use of the turban cap frame, and also the use of...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD Saturday, March 12, 1910. .. i . WW jrtu"S llil, A iwMlli 81-1 V - UtifiBw Mil ill. lIUnB llKM 1 1 F r I "111 li I till I li ill I 111! Si ill IlSS ? ' IIP I Ilil! 9 11 SI 11 111 mm L 1 1' 11 1 IS IF ' r Cf The word "Easter" conveys more than any of the words that appear in the advertising dictionary throughout the various seasons. ' Christmas, Thanksgiving, 4th of July, St. Patrick's Day, etc., etc., appear and disappear with more or less 'significance. But the word "Easter" in connection with merchandising arouses an enthusiasm that is second to none. Easter is the established time when the fashionable world, dons its spring garb and to be behind the fashions at Easter is well nigh unpardonable. This brief introductory leads up to what we want to "tell you beginning Monday, our Easter exhibit of correct fashions will be found to be the most comprehensive display of new spring mrechandise to be seen in El Easo. Every department brings forth its best. Among the many o...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

; HERALD EI Paso, Texas, All the Xews eraWPrints ft first aiaraavLveninQ, March 32, 1910-42 Pages While It's Freah. . .Vaudeville Begins Monday and Herald Readers Can Save Money and See It. CUT THE COUPONS FROM THE HERALD Malcommis, novelty juggling act. XaMont Bros., comedy singing- and dancing. Haughton and company, trick bicycle act, by three persons. Grace Huntington and company (three people) In a comedy sketch "Why He Reformed." Motion pictures. This Is the bill -with -which the Craw ford theater will inaugurate lta vaude ville season- To Herald readers this bill will be offered for ten cents (to any seat in the house) if tickets are purchased at The Herald office and the purchaser holdsi coupons clipped from the paper today or Monday. To every body else It will be 10, 20 and 30 cents. The first coupon is printed today. Cut it out. It is worth. 20 cents to you if you wish to see the opening of the vaudeville season at the Crawford. Tickets must be bought at The Herald office i...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Limantour a Man Of Brains "and- Capabilities MEXICO, I. P., March 12. Jose Yves Iimantour has been called the "WItte of Mexico." Grant fins: the appelation Its complimentary value, the Mexican minister of finance needs to borrow neither the name nor the fame "of the great Russian financier. The term is applicable to Limantour only as a means of impressing those who possibly may be "unaware of the gigantic and striking work done by him in rehabilitating the finances of the nartion and elevating its credit above that of the rest of the Latin American countries. A tall, slender man, with pure white hair, mustache and sidewhlskersv Li mantour is now in his 57th year. By birth he is a Mexican, although French blood predominates in his veins. There Is a faction in Mexico which h aggres sively antagonistic to Limantour, prin cipally on account of his French blood. By men who can think and :ake into account the material needs of the country, the mention of Limantour's name is often coupled ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, March 12, 1910. 13 JR EL 1110 EflDWTH :TAT BUENA VISTA What "Was Wilderness a Year Ago Is Now Thriv , ing City. Buena Vista, Texas. March 12. West TfTB-s progress -was never better shown than in the growth of the new town of Buena Vista, on the route of the Orient railway. With the rails still 100 miles off, and the gTaders busy with their track laying, the settlers of the new irrigated tract have not waited for transportation, but have come In over land and begun farming and city build ing. Beautiful Buena Vista, last year a place of mesquite and an unbroken wil derness, now boasts of the finest hotel, in the new southwest, an experimental farm, where, under the direction of of ficials of the Orient railway, every crop considered possible in the south-w-t is being scientifically tested out, and new dwellings are going up every day. Herald Ik Popular. The El Paso Herald; always in the van, comes to the new town, and is the popular paper. There are' now some 50 families set...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

u Saturday, March 12, 1910. idJLi JT-Aj About the Grand Old Walker. Gossip About Ball -and Other Sport - Major League NATIONAL league. Chicago Pitchers, Brown. Overall, Reulbach, Pfelster, Schwenck, Kroh, Kagerman, Cole, Pfeffer, Slack, Geist, Carson, Weaver, Knapp; catchers. Archer, Morgan, Orendorff, Needham; Inflelders, Chance, Evers, Tinker, Stein feldt. Zimmerman, Kane, J. Smith, Hev.'ard, Luderus, T. Smith; outfielders, Sheckard, Schulte, Hofman. Stanley, Beaumont, Davidson, Miller. Boston Pitchers, "White, Mattern, Brown, Curtis. Richie, Ferguson, Eyans, Burke, More, Tuckey, Wolfgang: catch ers, Smith. Graham, Raridan; Infielders, Beck, Autrey, Shean, Getz, Sweeney, Coffey; outfielders, Moran, Liese, Beck er, Siner, Coonej-. St. Louis Pitchers. Willis. Corridon, Beckman, Powell, Geyer, Harmon, Hig gias, Lusch, X.ouderonilk, Marion, Mel xer, Pickett, Raleigh, Reiger, Salle; catchers, Bresnanan, Phelps, Bliss; in flelders. Konetchy, Smith, Houser, Hulswitt, Barbeau, Mowrey, Hug...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, March 12, 1910. 15 "S Local Performers Get Away WithGoodsIn Musical Comedy ALLARO & C E!L PASO HERALD i BBr ill f PREVENTS LOSS Many grood reasons for Iiavinp; a eheek- mg account. One is that it prevents loss of money by thett, carelessness or accident. This is valuable and shows the import ance of paying by cheek. Your account subject to cheek is cordial ly invited. Capital and Surplus $240,O0O.0G Excelsior Auto Cycle Powerful, Speedy, Silent, Comfortable, Clean 404 N. Oregon. Both Pirns 2055 Sole Agents Alien Arms & Cycle Co. Fans Fans Dan't Buy Electric Fans When You Can Real TRem -t i The Standard Electric Co, 107 S. Stanton St. ASSESSMENTS FOR FAIE ARE FIXED For Raising Money for i Exposition. The assessment which the business -tuLuiti-giiti i-mzens ofEHPSSO are ex pected to subwrlbe toward the $20,000 J subscriptior fcr the support of the j lair this fall, -was decided "upon at a t .If I Men See -the neto - rnedtum wide toe -, Oxford? BlacK and tan leathers ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

EDITORIAL AND MAGAZINE PAGE 18 Saturday, March 12, 1910. Y L PASO JLU Established April. 1S2L The El Paso Heraldincludes also, by absorption-anG auoeesIon, The Bally News, The Telegraph, The Telegram The Tribuna, The Graphic. The Sun. The Advertiser The Independent, The JeurnaL The Republican. The Bulletin. in . ' " KEXBES ASSOCIATED PRESS AND A31ER. NEWSP. PUBLISHERS ASSCd Eatered at the SI Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates: - i - . ' - i ' ii" - Xtolcu&c to the service of the people, that no good cause shall lack a cham len. and that evil shall not thrive unopposed, f Business Office ll J Editorial. Booms o.-.......2020 ") Society Heporter ........ ...1019 t Advertising departmant 116 KBRALD raLSPHoans. TSERMS OS" SUBSCRIPTION. Zte&y Herald, per month, ,S0c; per year, $7. "Weekly Herald, per year, $2. The Dally Herald Is ?ellvered by carriers in El Paso. East El Paso. Fort MUe and Towne. Texas, and Chidad Juarez, Mexico, at 60 cents a month. A aubscrib...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

sanrrdav. Mareti a., 1910. 17 Headt&ear twrTri a -XT p, nn Ts-rrvr mJXTjJT&i:i U6 uu. j- u i E. M. F. AUTO PLANTS EL PASO HERALD jjj " prnml Easter y Am Men Soft Hat. Hat styles liave undergone a de- cided change this season. The-newer shapes are lower crowns, wider brims, the colors are large ly of Greyish tones. The Derby. Stiff hats for Spring show a trend toward slightly curled brims, but flat set brims remain good. We are agents for the cele brated Orofut & Knapp Knapp-Felt Hats. Knapp-Felt de Luxe. .$6.00 Knapp-Felts llil'i ....$4.00 C. & K. Special. '.$3.00 We sell Stetson, Trimble and Vanderhoef do mestic and imported Hats. IlATTERiliJHIRTMAKffi IQ7SAN.ANTQNI0 ST. NEXT SUNDAY THE GOLFEES COME Bisbee and Douglas Players to Be Here for Contest on the Links. Sunday, March 20, will be a great day in golf circles for the lovers of the game In the southwest. This morning a telegram was received from Douglas stating that the team from that city composed of 10 men wo...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 18 Saturday, March 12, 1910. Many Card Parties JW timer otis Mapp, en- In Club Circles Social Gaiety r 7 ABOUT RAILROAD PEOPLE. PIPPCOT iWW Dihbu! lHl Fii'st of the Gr. H. Compound Malletts Is Brought to City. The first of the biff Mallet locomo tives, No. 950, to be received for ser vice on the El Paso division of the G. H., arrived In El Paso th'is morning at 7:55. "With engineer Fred Hadlock in the cab, the mountain of machinery steamed into the yards pulling 43 loaded cars. It was taken poon after to -the G. H roundhouse and has been inspected by a largo number of railroad men today. The engineer had more than the usual amount of gratification today. He brought in the big Mallet engine jtnd when he got to town he learned that a baby daughter had arrived at his home while he was. coming in. He in therefore stepping only on the high ground. The locomotive Is of the compound prairie type, and mounted on its 12 driving wheels and two trailers, weighs 266,000 pounds. T...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

EL PASO H Saturday, March 12, 1910. 19 j s Many consumptives and persons suffering from lung trouble, -who had given up all hope of ever being well again, have been and are being, today restored to health and happiness by the wonderful discovery of Judd O. Lloyd, the eminent scientist who discovered a marvelous preparation for the successful treatment of consumption and lung troubles, known as AICSOL (LLOYD,) and for this discovery was, on Dec. 15th, 1908, awarded a diploma of merit by the London Society of Science, Letters and Arts of London, England, in recognition of his valuable services to mankind in discovering AICSOL (LLOYD.) J. A. Ward. M. B. Willing ' A Pbysician To Hake Oath Wile Gentlemen: Had you opent $3,080,80 in adrer tUinc; your remedy to the people tor the benefit of consumption and all the chronic lnng tronbles. In stead of distributing it amonffpny-el'-ians rlio put samples in out-of-the-way places and perhaps never th'nk o them again, you -vrouid now. in all prob...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 20 Saturday, March 12, 1910. 7 . ,! IT IS A FACT THAT WE ARE EVERY DAY CURING PATIENTS WHO HAVE BEEN TOLD THAT THEIR ONLY HOPE OF OBTAINING RELIEF WAS TO SUBMIT TO A SURGICAL OPERATION. IT IS AN UNQUESTIONABLE FACT THAT WE DO WHAT WE ADVERTISE AND HAVE NEVER MADE A PROMISE WE FAILED TO FULFIL. IT IS AN ABSOLUTE FACT THAT WE ARE BETTER PREPARED AND EQUIPPED TO CURE ALL CHRONIC, DEEP-SEATED DISEASES THAN ANY OTHER SPECIALISTS IN THE SOUTH WEST. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST IT IS ALSO A FACT THAT OUR CHARGES ARE THE MOST REA SONABLE AND ARE NEVER MORE THAN THE PATIENT IS WILLING AND GLAD TO PAY FOR BENEFITS RECEIVED. CERTAINTY OE A CURE is what every patient wants, most sufferers hare learned from experience that Sprays, Inhalations, Powders, Snuffs and all other extensively advertised cures, afford only temporary relief and in manv instances not pven this. OUR NEW COMBINED METHOD OF TREATMENT removes all irritation, pain in the forehead, dropping, hawking, spitting, and preve...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturdav, March 12, 1910. Land that can TTT "F, 3 "0"E,"D A T T AUXjt XTJADJ 1 V4JLiJ3lJuAJ Si ! 1 dbi . . n now be had for $ 50 will, in a few i n 11 Civi I H 15 9 m S 99 ff rw 9 0 0 years, wnen tne niepnant oott for $1000 an acre. Thousands garden spots. EI Paso Valley 1 Fruit land of California. -:- of acres wil tea. sen reaauy A e dam is compie 1 1 .1 and is richer than the ramous be turned into V I 1 V The El Paso Valley is located in western Texas, on the banks of the Eio.Grande, that flows from the mountain ralleys of the north for hundreds of miles, spreads out when it reaches El Paso, and for a distance of fifty miles winds through the lower valley like a ribbon of steel. The key to the entire valley of the Bio Grande both above and below. El Paso, is at Elephant Butte, in the upper valley, where the river runs between two rock walls. There the government is now spending $9,000,000 in constructing a reservoir that is second only to the great Assouan dam on the Nile in Egypt...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

Saturday, ilareli irr ! ' ' '" ' t xi i-BTlti ? X Sff-OKg fS y p0oR, grltZL i J y . tiHI , - 1 - rf- ( - ".-- ... . H r f3orTi' ,T nrt-r vni.i CueEEveRrt lia.x STTOp Pp7Lax.A WfS 5-OcQ5l0(2. X i .1 ConE Kfiio-j 'EvEit Aftvl, -"Smi -OUR. ANTHlMiy So XfLc "2HJST TYtT . VOUKS Tw HOUSE4 KcE:Sj SvJEtTEN YooR Okts ou 30MKET OFUIFE,yS' j "'--J ,-w. coffee, riftjce you pat op V AMT, -iw-u J "" J&fo, S"ruFF'ai-L&,&H'i;HOw VVXEgT HOBBY &&&&T IT,3AR! i 5. - -.-- , , Lf - - v - COPYfiiGJiT, 1909, BY THE Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notice? X Cet a Wart, No A. i 1Um 'c LOST- FOUrTD. rC" CTwiUTrE I STRAYED Black horse branded C. & Finder pl ease return to ri xrcu vn try club and receive reward. -LOST White Angora cat, name King. $5 reward if returned to 312 Leoa. TF TOO LOSE ANYTHING advertise U fcere It wlii be returned to you if &n honest peSom finds it. Remarkable re JoverIesP Ire brought about e-ery dy Through this column- THE UNWRITTEN ! I d...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

nu.dJr, March 12, 1910. 23 k ass elj JJLJ8I1 4.S0 , ; t S n- FOR .SALE REAL ESTATE. 3KOADDUS & LEAVELL. SIC Texan St. PIiobc 1IhS. REAL ESTATE FOit ".-v- SPECIAL. BARGAINS. HOUSES AXD LOTS. south front, $750 cash, balance 1 and 4 j years- - 4230. Terni. 5 room brick. Prospect Ave.. 3 blocks from Carnegie library. $-1200. Terms. New S room, 2 story, red pressed brick, on 2 southeast corner lots; Ari zona fat 57S30. Terms. J i o .,, ,.i -nrAssed briCiC, ' n t.., HKwrr in tile I v. story; a oioci.s j... ""' - 00 block. Prospect Ave. 37350. Terms. 5 room 2 story, red pressed brick,, close In on Arizona St CS00. Term-. 6 room red pressed brick, south front 2 full lots 32x120, nice lawn and shade trees; near Houston r-u-uv. crrin Terms. I House and lot, close in on Missouri Rents for $24 per month. 51700. Terms. 5 room brick. Mesa Ave., SO lee north of Boulevard car line. $5250. Terms. 4 room brick in 1300 block. -Wyoming St. $2S50. Term'', i room brick. Missouri St $2(550. Terms. 2 h...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

!L PASO HERALD 24 Saturday, March 12, 1910. Too Late to i i IwlctSSli VALLFY LAXD B4RGVIXS. J 60 acres onlv 2 "miles from Clint; all ' nj lprpi 1nn"fi price Is only $55 per I good level land, Price is oniy ," p.... Bms "i; Texas St. x encc UTO".r -i ilia L. E. GILLETT. accident insurance. 2 FIRXISHED R003IS with porch. 901 Campbell, corner Montana. Phone 1369. 50 CASH buys new 5 room modern hrlck house in East El Paso on the Fort Bliss car line, on two comes lots is a bargain. Price $3000. Phone 175 i. WANTED A governess to go to Mexi co to take care of two children, wanted middle aged lady, good salary to right party, position permanent. Only those having first class references need ap-plj-. Write B. K. No. 12. Herald office. THIS IS WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE. A modern brick dwelling on Arizona St., 5 rooms and basement with steam heat. 50 feet of frontage by 120 feet to alley and a low price $5000, and easy terms. Loo mis Bros, 202 Texas Street. FOR RENT Convenient furnished rooms for ...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

E PASO HERALD Saturday, March 12, 1910. 25 cials for This Wee MONEY AND METALS. Pounds Best Granulated Suffar : """ " I h n si w I SI i nn ..JM,MMMMMMiMMMMganiaqiTJijMjaEapMrOBPagPTC TODAY'S J kit VHnNLEDi 1 Spe $1.00 I Ml JK H uE mESt BOIHi jMyft: Consisting Midway e TEH! I Apply P O. Bex 24 bhbhHIIbkDs9hBHmHbbmBHbBhSbsb1E5bEBb LAS CRUCES AND MESILLA VALLEY u Guards and Citizens to Act As Escort El Pasoans to Participate: Las Crucss, X. 3L, lareh 12. The partial arrangements for the governor's reception on April 1 indicate a lively time for Las Cruces folk on imost date. The governor will arrivjb with hb staff on the S:05 train and will be met by the citizens' committee, the territorial Spring Shirts E.&W. 2.00 to $3.50 Cluett .50 and $2.00 agle $1.25 to $2. $1.00 rSEE OUR WIN DOW DISPLAY r3 Cor. Mesa and Texas uc npiinco D INC LNd UHUULU 1 LHil -J AS A WHO 1 m LAS TO of 4S4 Lots, Partially Within the Jmits of Las Cruces, and About Between Agricultural College infe ILL Gr Would...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

E!L PASO HERALD Saturday, March 12, 1910. " ' - ' III ' .. . O- . r- -. . ' ' ' ' JICTRQVflL ML Fl ' P0Qne IMlvPirf'VB frwia I eI"$7 ' rVlllitfil3'! rl rlHIr II llDiUlllUr nL - IctpOcUlS OOOOr riOIIco lty jufuiiuici jl FnuU u MWT1 M ' J - "T":il"i P f3 JF ff5 B f Pkfi I $150,000 Already Spent De veloping Stone and Put ting It on Market. SiraPASSESAWY DOMESTIC STONE Grades Up Equal to Marbles of Italy and Is in Constant Demand. The history of the' Arizona marble de posits near Bowie is Interesting. In l!05, a prospector from Arizona sent samples of the Bowie marble to the Kerr Marble and Stone company, of Denver, to- be tested. The sample was placed on the desk of J. G. Kerr, presi dent of the compa'ny, who has been making- a study of marbles for the past 15 years. He has examined every de posit In the JJnlted States, erthery per sonal visits to the quarry sites or by means 6t samples from the quarries. In February, 1905, he visited the de posit, as yet unworked, in the Chira cahua m...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD t m I n the ring a Young Man's Fancy Llg htly Turns to Thoughts of Love A love Is always connected with the thoughts of a home.' Was there ever a man or woman, who when in love, did not picture her happy home? Maybe you have passed that stage of love but you have not passed the stage of wanting to own a home, be independent and prosperous. We have some attractive offers to make those who are desirous of owning a home whether it be in the city or a small ranch, a large or small home or vacant lots. With the Arrival of Spring You Should Resolve to Own a Home In Government Hill Spring warns you that it is only a short time until the long summer months will be here and you should prepare for the event. ff You Own a Home In Gove men! Hill You Have No Ore of Summer. ......... because every lot is high and level and necessarily cool. You get the cool summer breezes, rest well at night, get good fresh air, are prepared for the long hot days. The wife and the children will enj...

Publication Title: El Paso Herald
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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso herald. — 12 March 1910

EL PASO HERALD 2s Saturday, March 12, 1910. TEMPTING TABLE WARE J SWll WT iBHli wjlSoiO car roe nr HE pendnlom has swnagr from the extreme elaboration of tabid appointments which was consld- i ered an fait bnt a little while ago, to the utmost simplicity la linen, silver and china. The Mlnton, the Hariland and the Eojal Worcester makes of china are showing almost exclusively a decoration consisting of narrow bands which may be of gold or of some rich color, just touched or edged with gold. The Italian wares show a greater variety of color, and if one wishes rich color designs, in browns or greens, the Cantagelli ware of Florence will be found most attractive- An afternoon tea set for two in the Boyal Worcester, con sisting of th tray, two teacups and sau cers, sugar bowl and creamer, Illustrates the survival and Increasing popularity of the plain white in china with the gold, band and gold ring, that has been pro duced for the last seventy-five years- Thei set was of white, lined wi...

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