The Sioux City Journal from Sioux City, Iowa · Page 12Click to view larger version
May 25, 1930

The Sioux City Journal from Sioux City, Iowa · Page 12

Publication:
The Sioux City Journal i
Location:
Sioux City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Sunday, May 25, 1930
Page:
Page 12
View full page
Prev. page
Next pages

What members have found on this page

OCR Text

2-B THE SIOUX CITY SUNDAY JOURNAL: MAY 25,1930. Cathedral High School Alumnae to Hold Annual Banquet June 9; Miss Caroline Kriege to Presid HE annual banquet of the Cathedral High Scboc Ahimni association will be an event of June !) a Davidson's tear.oom. Tbe annual alumnae tea i Cathedral convent -will be given June .1. Miss Caroline Kriege, banquet, chairman bas a 'leads of assisting committees the following: Misi Agne Kelly, program; Miss Loraine Tritz, menu; Miss Margarc FitzGibbon, tickets; Miss Leona Bouscb, invitations, and Mis Virginia Kelly, decorations. I/uclcy 13 club members will meet for a J o'clock luncheon "Wednesday . at the home of Mrs. F. W. Spencer, 324 South John street. Joint hostesses at a lunch eon meeting of the Bidorby club Wednesday at Davidson's tearoom will be Mrs. John White and Mrs. C. Wheeler. Cards will be the nfter-luncb- eon diversion. Mrs. B. "W. Griffen will entertain members of Quaker t'.lub luncheon and cards Thursday in Davidson tearoom. Members of the Modernistic club will meet for dinner and bridge on Tuesday evening In the Sara Davis teashop. Miss Lucille Gordon being hoBtess. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Everlst, 37 McDonald drive, will preside at dinner Thursday evening at their home as a courtesy to Lieut, and Mrs. John B. Lyon of Norfolk, Va. The evening hours will be spent at bridge. Mrs. W. H. Sammons and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Sammons, 1507 Jackson street, who spent tho winter months In El Paso, Tex., will arrive In June for the summer. Mrs. Sammons will arrive early In tho month and Miss Sammons later In June. i After a visit at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. George R. Call, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Hawthorne will depart this week for San Diego, Ca). Mr and Mrs. Hawthorne, who are (he parents of Mrs. Call, havo been hon- Happy Nine BrMgis club afternoon. Members of tho Sacred Heart clr cle of tho Blessed Sacrument churc •••.ill meet Wednesday afternoon the home of Mrs. T,. B. Victor. Wreath club members Tvll! mee Tuesday evening at tho home, of Mrs A. 13. Tiller, 1708- West palmer ave A meeting of the Honor society o Central high school Thursday eve nln£ will be a dinner at. Davidson' tearoom. ored at numerous parties their Sioux City stay. during : Complimenting Miss Lucia Jean McCornack, a June bride to be. Miss Gertrude Gulney, 313 .Sloux street Will bo hostess at. a party Saturday afternoon at home. Guests will Include the hostess' sister, Mrs. Howard S. Bristol, of Holland, Mich. " The picnic meeting of Martha Washington chapter, D. A. R., scheduled for Juno 4, has been postponed until June 14. Members of the R. E. A. W. club •will be guests Monday of Mrs. Fred DeMaranvlllc. who will preside at luncheon In the Sara Davis teashop. Miss Edna Ridge will preside n dinner Monday evening In the San Dnvls teashop, entertaining nln suesta. j Members of KllT club will b RUCBts of Mrs. A. G. Kass at. luncheon and afternoon of brldg Wednesday In th«s Kara Da.vls tea shop, Mrs. R. A. Peterson will preside a a 1 o'clock luncheon and afternoon of bridge Wednesday In the Bar Davis teashop, entertaining elgh guests. Finesse club members -will b guests of Mrs. Harley Wood a luncheon and bridge Ti -jrsday in th Sara Davis teashop. Little Theater committee chair men for social affairs, sfinvn o 1930-31, have been appointed by Mrs G. F. Whltehead, wso Is genera chairman of Little Theater social en tertalnment activities. During th season Just closing Mrs. Whlteheat personally arranged the party pro grams, but next year each program will be arranged by one of the newly appointed chairmen. They are: prol Harold Buck. Mm. Roy McKco, Mrs Maude Fleetwood Johnson, .lame. Relstrup. Miss Hazel Bergh and Miss Inez Osborne. Members of the faculty of the Joy school will hono'r Miss Alice Thomson, a bride-elect, at a dinner Thursday evening In the Sara Davis teashop. Miss Doris Garber and Miss Alvlna Faden will be joint hostesses Monday evening at a party which will compliment Miss Ellen Prouse, a brlde-to-bc>. A. J. Johnson, 1520 Dale street, will entertain members of the MILLINERY Hats Made to Order Old Hats Remodeled MRS. CORA BRIDGES 11 Years Experience 405 S. Irene 6-5- A. Simons, Furrier wishes to announce to the trade and people of Sioux City trade territory that he has recently sold tho Simons Fur Shop to I. 0. Jacobson Mr. Jacobson, who has ijerved •this shop for 10 year». hua 18 .years' experience In the- construction, remodeling und repairing of fur garments. Tho excellent workmanship and service for which this shop Is noted Is due to his ability and Integrity. Phono 8-6197 Sioux City, la. "For Decoration Day" A Permanent WAVE That will satisfy the most dla- "; criminating client. Beautiful '•' deep wide waves that bring a natural curly appearance to the hair. With or without ringlet finish, any design de„ Bired. You will never reccivu any better perrnarients than are given at this shop. Absolute satisfaction guaranteed. Phona 84547 $5-$7-$10 Mrs. R. M. Lawson WEST HOTEL Beauty Shop SOUTH SIOUX CITY ] A pro-school child health clinic to be held Tuesday In tha high school building at South Slou.T vity \vlll be sponsored by members of the South Stoux City Woman's club. Hours will be from 3 to D o'clock In the afternoon, when all children from 3 to B years old will bo given free medical examination. Two physicians, two dentists, and two nurses will bo In attendance. Members of the Woman's club, In thla manner hope to safeguard the health of, all pre-school children. Members of the South Sioux City Woman's club, meeting Saturday with Mrs. Dorothy Rockwell, will liear reports from standing committee and a musical program. The roll call response will be "What 1 See In tho Federation." The property, formerly belonging to Rev. Forrest Clalr and situated it 308 Main street, has been sold by 'he McArthur agency to E. C. McCallam as an Investment. Mrs. S. D. Frum and Mrs. R. J. McArthur were* Joint hostesse.s to nembers of the Ladles Aid society of South Sioux City Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon In the Frum home. B. B. Robblns has moved from South Sioux City to Grand Island, Neb., where he was transferred by the Fairmont Creamery company. After a week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frunk Suil.er, Dr. F. R, Surber has returns 1 to New York city. Mrs. J. L. Phillips Is a surgical patient In the Methodist hospital. E. B. Wilbur is under treatment at a hospital In Savannah, Mo. Word has been received from Congressman Edsar Howard of Nebraska that Howard Mitchell Is slated as first alternate for examinations for entrance to West Point military academy. Members of Alpha lodge. A. F. & A. M., held their monthly session Thursday In the Masonls hall. Rev. A. L. Phillips has been uiia- Imously indorsed by the Nebraska grand lodge for the position of pre- lata for the Knights of Pythias supreme lodge, which wlltl m«et In August in Miami and to which session he will be a delegate. The Nebraska lodge Indorsed Rev. Mr. Phillips at a meeting last week In Lincoln, * South Sioux Cltyans who attended the presentation of the play "Spring Is Here," last week In North junior school at Sioux City Included Mrs. Hans Bonlckson. Mrs S. S. Macomber. Mrs. Charles Church, Mrs. Nate Miller, Mre, Ralph Teager and Miss Gertrude Frede. Miss Elizabeth Lucore, who taught tho past year at Bllmont, Neb., has returned to South Sioux City for tha summer vacation. Miss Orpha Church Is a patient in a Sioux City hospital, whore phe underwent an operation for tlnus trouble. After a stay of three days In "Jrand Island. Neb., Rev. A. Carlyon lias returned.. He attended a school f'ir teachers of standard truhilii^ In Sunday school work. Spring Brides and Summer Brides-to-Be | Church Services Tonight Will Be Principally Music Well Known Sioux City Musician Is Going to Netv York By Fay Hsnchett* (•Journal Mullo Critic.) , VBNINO services In two churches will b» given over to music today. At. the First Christian church a. chorus from Le- Marsi directed by Mrs. Maude F. Johnson will present the cantata, 'The Prodigal Son," by Charles Vincent. The piano accompaniment will bo played by Miss Lillian Bogen, of LeMars. Solo parts will be taken by P. P. Lucke and Mrs. Russet Bowers, sopranos, and Miss Lena Gross, contralto, of LeMars. nnd Paul Bower, tenor, and LeRoy Robson, baritone, of Sioux City. A sacred concert will be given at Mornlngslde Presbyterian church by the choir and soloists under tho direction of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Fleetwood. choir director and organist of the church. Miscellaneous vocal and Instrumental numbers will be followed by Maunder'* cantata.. "Penitence, Pardon and Peace." Mrs. S. H. Rogers soprano; Mrs. E. O. McGovern. so prano; F. W. Postln, tenor, and Ed ward Dunlap, baritone, will sing tlv solo parts. Part, l Includes the fol lowing numbers: Orfffln Prelude — • fa) "In a Norwegian Village" fvlth folk song) ................ Cloke. (b) "Toccnta and Fugue In D Minor" ....................... Bac! Mr». Willis Fleetwood Trio — "The Harp of E*t. Cecilia" groups and "Rolling In Foamlnsr Billows" from "The Creation." Mrs. Willis Fleetwood will play tor the fllngern. Faith Foster Woodford of the pi nno department of Morningsido conservatory will present her pupil, Gertrude Bale, In recital Tuesday evening In Conservatory hall. Prominent on her program are Bach's Prelude and Fugue In (J minor, the Andante from Mendelssohn's Concerto In G minor and Liszt's Hungarian -Rhapsody No. 11. Marian Manson, piano pupil of Sister Mary Victorian, will feature a program of music to bo given at Cathedral hall Wednesday evening Catherine Twohlg, studying singing with Sister Mary Victorian, wil' contribute 'three numbers, end the senior and junior girls glee- clubs of Cathedral high school will open and close tho program with choruses. The program la open to the public. Orscna Meents. studying piano under Clara Asmuc, will be heard In recital at Schmoller S: Mueller's Wednesday evening. Compositions of Bach, Schytte, Mendelssohn, Wollenhaupt, Chopin and Mozart, are listed on the program, with a group of violin numbers to be contributed by Martin Fisher, pupil of .Douglas Recder. Charleji Erlckson violinist Mr«. A. J. Adams, pianist Mrs. Willis Fleetwood. organist Soprano iolo — "My Heart Ever Faithful" .... ........................ Bao! Mrs. Leslie Spry Cornet solo—"Romance Martin Toungberj .Bannet tGer.ellt StmllJa.] Sirs. Everett F. Harmon Miss Vera J. Cody RIDES of spring and summer time will Include a teacher at the Irving school. Jllss Veru ady. whose marriage to Leslie E. wetnam will be solemnized June I l tho First Methodist church. Prior to her recent marriage at B Conrad, Mont, Mrs. Everett F. Harmon was Mlsa "Marguerite Joseph, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Joseph, 1215 South Newton street. Forecasting a July wedding is the announcement of the engagement of Miss Esther Korsh Mrs. Everett C. Juhl to Albert Saltzman. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Saltzman, 3251 Nebraska street. Mrs. Everett C. Juhl. ne<= Esther Plaits, v,3.f a bride of yesterday, and is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret S. Quartet—"Sona of Men" Cadraan Mrs. Leslie Spry. Ft. J. Wherry Mre. F. F. Morris, Ertward DunJap Offertory—"Venetian Waters". .. .Evan: Mrfl. Fleetwood'* pwtlude will be "Offer tol're" (Batiste). One of the Sunday pleasures taken advantage of by too few Jaded weekenders Is the series of spring organ recitals given Sunday afternoons at Grace Methodist church by advanced pupils from Lucy Dimmltt Kelp's classes at Mornlngslde conservatory These programs offer the best In organ literature for those who listen with professional ears. And often, for those who can listen with confessional ears, there is "a still, small voice." This afternoon's recital at 4 o'clock will be given by Charlotte Champeny, organist at St. Paul's Episcopal "church. The program contains: Prelude Solennel Noble Prelude and Fugue G major Bach Tifth Sonata Rlielnberger Grave Allegro Adagio Allegro Introduction and Allegro Ttopartz Caprice Matthews Ba«kft "Weaver Russell Concert Overture. Hollins Miss Esther Korsh. of Minneapolis,(Plans. L-D4 Garretson avenue r /ag Tourney to Feature Country Club Golf Play Italy's Urain Imports Ui-cline Howe.— (JP)— Jla>-'4 gnii Us" off by nearly 75.1'liu tons in M"rch. as compared with the- same adies* Day at Course Is Scheduled for Next Saturday FLAG tournament will be the golf event at the Sioux City Country club Saturday, "La- ies' day." Luncheon will follow lorning golf. Mrs. W. N". Porter I? lalrman of women's golf this sea- on. Medal play, with handicap, Is cheduled as the morning golf event f the Ladles Athletic association of Lhe Riverside Boat club, at 10 o'clock Wednesday. Mrs. H. M. Conly is in iar«r. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. E. Westerman, Mrs. R L. Lisle and Mrs. F. C. Hastings composing the hostess committee The afternoon will be spent at bridge. A mixed bowling tournament is scheduled for Wednesday evening In the Riverside Boat club. Numerous picnic dinner parties will precede. Luncheon hostesses at the meeting tomorrow al Sioux City Boat club o the New Golf and Bridge club wil be Mm. J. M. Ggnnell and Mrs. H. L Hathaway. Golf, luncheon and bridgi will be the day's program. .Wednesday Athletic club will rnee that day at the Sioux City.Boat club Mrs. S. E. Slbley, Mrs. C. T. Hoppe aud Mrs. Ralph Brubacher will ,b luncheon hostesses. Mrs. S. A. Clatterbuck will hav charge of morning golf at the meet Ing Thursday of Midlothian club o the Sioux City Boat club. Luncheon hostesses will be Mrs. W. S. King Mrs. H. W Brackney and Mrs. Harr Adalr. The regular meeting of the. Tues day Athletic club of the Sioux City Boat club will be held that day when the program of golf, luncheon aud bridge \vlll be observed. Mem bers of the luncheon committee are Mrs. I. 8. Hasek. Mrs. A. E. Thomp son. Mrs. V. R. Whinery and Mrs. C T. Williams. Mrs. Roy Searing wil cards. Monday Golf and Bridge club i scheduled to meet tomorrow in ihe Sioux City Beat club where morning luncheon and later bridge wil entertain. Tim. regular session of tii TO VISIT EUROPE Nile Daughters Pick Envoys to Chicago Session A IGentlll Studios.] Mrs. Charles Meyer EUROPEAN trip of excep tlonal Interest has been outlined by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyer, who will depart soon for New York city, from where they will sal June 11. Fifth Annual Linen Shower by Hadassah Society on Tuesday The fifth annual linen shower giv en by tha Sioux City Hadassah "organization is planned for 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in tha Jewisl Community center. The purpose of the event is to provide the hospitals in Palestine will linens. An elaborate program Is planned and it is expected that SOU women will attend. Mrs. M. Passman Is general chairman of the event which will Include luncheon alter the program. More Medical Students la Paris Paris.—(/P)—Prof. Hugh A. Smith of the Univeralt/ of Wisconsin 18'J9-s30 director of the American University union here, notes an increase among American medlca students in Paris and ascribes it to limitation of registration in medical schools e.l home. Soau Box Orators Barred Nanking.—Wi—The police depart menl has placed a taboo upon lunch eon club meetings, soaj> b»x orators and othar attempts tp gather publi be the .. . 1n»K Mil -M-T-. W-T-—I- ITT- - •*•• »m.w. *w»u WIUV1 bt-tbVUJJSia IV JSttUlVl \J in. Hh in u.j. Hie reduction was! Wednesday Athletiu association of. consresaf.ons. Meetings may cf.'ected by home cultivation of. the' Morniusside Country .club will'held by special permission but ,.,. o.sra.oou tons lu the niue preceJ- ba held that day. Golf, luircheon and police maintain that rr.v such gath 'tis mom be. I bridge will comprise the program. ei-lugs; are necessary. '' i ""' 16th Annual Gathering of Supreme linit to Be Held I IOUX CITYANS who will attend the sixteenth annual session of the supreme temple, Daughters In tha departure of Frances Frl- bourg for New York next week Sioux City Is losing one of Its most talented and most appreciated musicians. As a concert artist, as a teacher of violin and as a KSCJ entertainer, her absence will be. keenly felt. In radio- land she has won a boat of admirers as director of the Little Symphony orchestra. Her many friends will hope to hear her soon from an east ern studio. At 5 o'clock this afternoon Miss Frlbourg will give a farewell program to members of the MacDowel club at the Heizer Music school. Her piano accompaniments will be played by Gertrude Trowl. Tounger voice and piano pupils o Mrs. James A- Coss and Ethel Jaml son Booth of the Sioux City Musli school will give a public recital In Davidson's tearoom at S o'clock Mon day evening. Several numbers fo two and four pianos will be played by Mrs. Booth's pupils. I Those who will contribute voca Mrs. Frank Gillesple and Dorothy Learner, pupils of Ethel Jamison Booth, assisted by Barbara Snyder, voice pupil of Mrs. James A. Coss, •'.ill give an evening of music In the Sioux City Music school recital hall at S:15 o'clock Wednesday evening'. Mrs. Booth will play the Mozart- Grieg Fantasie In C Minor with Mrs. Gillesple. and the orchestra parts of Mendelssohn's G Minor Concerto on the second piano with Miss Learner. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings programs will be given by pupils of Mrs. L. G. McLaughlln. Piano and vocal numbers will bs given Tuesday evening by Lois Conly, Dorothy Olson, Virginia Shelton, Clifton Egley. Jack Thorpe, John Harrlgan, Helen Irwln, Eileen Caple, Corrinne Petry, Phyllis Thorpe, Helen Paul, Agr.es Gray, Frances Burkett, Jane Peterson, Elizabeth Harrlgan, Spencer Day, Lucille Steward and Marilyn White. A piano recital will be participated In Wednesday even! •«- by William Lake, Helen Whltmer, Jean Lawrence, Joe Hedeen, Bill Anderson, Anna Mae Houtz, Jean Tobias, Milvin Lake, Pearl Egley, Gaylord Lyle, Gene Taylor, Roy Holland, Helen Reynolds, Martha Miller, 3vah Penson. Catherine Harrigan, Robert Brown. Dolores Follis, Nan:y Prescott, Marjorle Primmer, Hel- Churchill, Avis Muilenberg, Jean Crockett and Betty Mann, Piano pupils of Eunlo« Wahl- slrom and violin pupils of Gladys 'imrn will entertain their friends at an evening musicals at Schmoller i Mueller's at 7:45 o'clock Thursay. Lois Severson, Willard Beverson, ana Hagerty, George Buntley, Edvard Anderson, Edna IJarle Westerberg. Ilith Morris, Vera LIndgren. 3etty I.lndgren, Virginia Johnson, Margaret Lynen, Eleanor Lynen and Mildred Hedstrom will play the piano. Violin numbers'will be given by Maxine Kale, Lloyd Howes, Kath- •yn Steinberg and Luclle Lahmann. James Reistrup will present his pupil, Frances Price in piano recital Thursday evening at the conservatory. Her program will include vorks of Schumann and Chopin and the first movement of the Brahms sonata, Sara J. Hanson will present the following pupils in a piano recital at 8 o'clock Saturday evening at Schmoller & Muellers: Fredell Stillman. Ruth MJoen, Louise Boe, Constance Erickson, Paul Satrang, Gor- aldlno Satrang, Burton Kenclt, Gordon Sheldall, Lola Larson, Margaret Kosberz, Helen Margaret Nervig, of the Nile, to be held at the Me- numbers are Elaine Bertelson. Mil dinah Athletic club, Chicago, this dred Ormlsher and Frances Haver week are: Mrs. Chester H. Wilson, queen of the Kioux City temple; Mrs. J. J. Miller, Mrs. Fred Barney. Mrs. Charles O. Lowery. Mrs. James Mackay, Mrs. Fred H. Schmidt and Mrs. G. Scherllng. They will be accompanied by Mr«. C. T. Khroyer of Sioux Falls. S. D., and Mrs. S. L. Reinsch of Remsen, la. Temples from central states will make up the hostess group at the set-together banquet to bo held Monday In the ballroom of the club, entertaining temples of the east and west. The principal speakers will be Albert Hancock, potentate of Med- Inal Shrine of Chicago, and Col. Robert Isham Randolph, president of the Chicago Association of Com- merc". Other convention events will be a banquet Wednesday In the Baltabain room of the Hotel Sherman. Installation of officers and reception Thursday, and a sight seeing trip and later field. Piano numbers will be given b Miriam Bar.ish, Dorothy Gaynor Shirley Mae Zechmann, Anna Louise Reeves, Dorothy Meierstein. Annabe Emleln, Audine Baker, Katherm Rlppey and Betty Rosenstock. Thalia Bishop will present a larg< group ot piano students in a pro gram at Schmoller & Mueller's Mon day evening. Mre. Leslie Spry, soprano, and Ed ward Dunlap, baritone, from the Fleetwood studios, will give a join recital in Davidson's tearoom Tues day evening. Duets by Haydn and Cadman wil open and close the program. Swed ism folk songs will make up one o three groups sung by Mrs. Spry, she will also King the Aria from "Tlv ,. — - — - — .. ..» ».*uu 0411^ «.nw -rvi m num A ne dinner at the Ldgewater Beach hotel Barber of Seville," "Una Voce Poca "" " v " Friday. Mr. Dunlap will elm? thre< Genuine $10 Veda Curt Permanent Waves ONLY Complete Including bkampoo and ringer Wave Our waves) at such a sensational price are tho talk of Sioux City and the surrounding cities—we have pltawxl thousands—may we please you. Special— fi Shampoo aud Finger Wave i Masters of Permanent Waving HAI I YWnnn PERMANENT HULL I W UUU WAVE METHOD 101 Commerce Bld£. Open Evenings 8-574$ 6th A Nebrask* With or Without AppoUiUueut Doroth Kuth Kosberg, Celia Patrosse, Betty Satranir. Jeanetto Perlln, Sarah Pcr- lin, Clurlotte Martin. Paul Henne?«, Betty 1 loughton and Frances Archer. Worf hns .Hist been received that Harry I'hacher, a former gold tnedr.l pupil cf Mn=. Frederick Hetzer, fa* been r:-engag-2d for the two sum. mcr sessions nml for next. ye3r In the piano department at Iowa State university. Mr. Thacher will recclvA his doctor's degree thin year from 17.00C by Dr. Cowl Nelson, Corinne- Ne.tson., verslty. Men WorVting on Highway Havzna.— MV-A bulletin Issued Carlos Miguel de, Ce minister of public works, states tlv>» 17,000 Tien are engaged upon tli* central highway, tho motor rc?/l which is lo span the Island fro>!> end to end, and an aqueduct for the cit;- of Santiago and other pu'... lie pro. eels. production In Chile lncreas«4 tons In l'X!>. partly attribute subsidies granted carrying coal by Increasing ble to vessels duty 01 petroleum. SPECIAL Men's Soils, Ladles' Sultj, 1'laln Sprlnor Coat? 75c CASH AND CARRY CENTRAL CLEANERS SIo(ui Cltj's Orlelnnl Cash aod Curry Cleaners 103 r •arl St. KOW IS THE TIME To have your fur coats repaired and remodeled, J'hone 8-6035 Work at Reasonable Prices. Will Call for Work. M. COHEN 201 Brown Block. Phone 8-8007 602 4th St. ONE PRICE TO ALL AT CLINK'S Shan Ing i est. mea nent, Permanent Wave ipoo and Fiugnr H'a\*> Io:laded "AH Work Guaranteed At Clink's they are always con- Eldeiatn of their patrons, hem. the benefit of the lat- best and most comfortable s of -receiving a pcrma- CLINK'S 4th Toy Bank Bia». Phone 8-77M YOU CAN BUY WITH CONFIDENCE At BECK'S I^OLLAND TO YOUI AMSTERDAM sends us DIAHON from the foremost diamand cutters of the world com e some of the finest •tones ot tainable,, Perfect of them, accurately cut, and marked by unusual brilliance. Because of direct importation prices naturally £*c*ptfa»a*Uy beautiful moderolitic