mana--.-the mana--.-the 1, !h.-pony every-body won-dcrinlly is I'atrl- in ie.r.i.der is the head as the chief of j the Art Section. This 'etching is signed botli in the plate and on the margin, the date being Ivs.". j It is on-- on-- on-- of liuveneck's famous "Venetian . S rics," hi-'li hi-'li hi-'li w hi n exhibited .in London, ; was mistaken for some of Whistler's ef-i ef-i ef-i f.'iti. so pne. l. ss now. Tin' sc. ne is the "I'ailnzzo Ca-loro. Ca-loro. Ca-loro. Yeiiczia." in lss.'t. and that it would grace any col.cction goes without saying. Altogether this fair nt the Zoo will stand unique among the' s.iciess.s rt Ciminnntis war-day war-day war-day drives."! Mis. llui Icy J. Morrison is ,eneral ; Chairir.au of the fete, and Mrs. Tvlor : Field is ailing Chairuum of the Committee-of Committee-of Committee-of Committee-of the Fatherless Children of France during Miss Fanny Ramsey's continued iUne.-s. iUne.-s. iUne.-s. Miss Kamsey, how-eer. how-eer. how-eer. is so mueii improved that she was icccntlv a'de to visit tlie lied Cross headquarters, where she received a flat-tiring flat-tiring flat-tiring ovation Mr. Tylor Field 13 Treasurer of the Fatherless children of France, and Mr. c. ". Moss is' Secretary. Among those assisting at the Tea (linden (linden will be Mrs. James Whittaker, Chairman: Chairman: Mrs .loiiu V. Kwan, Vice Chairman; Chairman; Walnut Hills. Mrs. Fenton Iiv-son. Iiv-son. Iiv-son. Mrs. M ilcolm Jh'Avny: Hy. Park. Mrs. Edward R. Heitzman; Madisonville, Mrs. Frank Caliaghan ; Clifton, Mrs. Morrison li. Waite; Avondale. Mrs. lKnry Mihlhauser. Jr., Mrs, J. Walter Fre.herg; Mt. Auburn, Mrs. Griffith I,. Resor; i lien bale, Mrs. A. 1Z. Anderson; Norwood. Mrs. A. I. Pope; Wyoming, Mis. 1x Roy Frocks. Jr.: College Hill. Mrs. Frank H. Simpson; Mr. Washington. Washington. Mrs. John W'ald Peck; Price Hill, 'Mrs. F. F. Mackentepe: Westwood, Miss trace Willen: Covincton. Mrs. 1 1. Howard fiayle: Fernbank, Miss Harriette Doughty.