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r»~v vm« Con 7 a Mlsa n decided late - by la Young, of SOCIETY PRESENT PLAYLET Special to the Tlm«s PfcA T XI.\OTO.\, March 27 The lecture room of the Presbyterian Churqa was flUed to capacity to hear the en- t e r t a i n m e n t e n t i t l e d "Jerusha. Dow's Family A l h u m " as presented by tho members of tho Senior Christian Endear or Society last evening The program began with a vocal solo by Miss Mitchell. Miss Mabel Taylor thPn rendered an Instrumental solo This was followed by a vocal solo by MH S Vfla Blackwell Miss Mamie Titus i and uncle, Charles M Tltu*. played an i I n s t r u m e n t a l duet and Miss 'Carrie I Stephan and Charles M, Titus the" ul^ri'tl a vocal solo Jeruiha Dow'g Family Album" wa then presented bj persona repreien ing the following characters. Jerusha Dow, Miss Madge \% elden hamor Grandmother, Mias Rachel Wateima Mother Mrs Elmor D Wagner Um'Je John. John M Tltm John Dow Henrv L Lannlng A u n t Pauline, Mra Elwood Mathew Balllo. Miss Marjorie Young Nan. Miss Manila Titus Jane, Mlsi Catherine Cleudenlng. Jerusha Dowe (a young girl), Mis Eleanor Young Tho Twins, Misses Ella Taylor an Bertha Baron Mary Jane, MIs«i Minnie Drake. Pepsv kelgh Mlas Bessie Derr. Jerusha's Namesake. MIs s Amy Mnr ffhon Uncle Jake, Charles M Titus. John Dowe (as a young man) Stan ley Hart Nancy Gray. Miss Mattle Bander. Ho«iv Mav, Mlas Kate Jamison. Grandchildren, Mlas Winifred Ha and Harrison Jones. J p r u ^ h a Dowe (as'a young lady). Mis M i n n l a Bondy John Pill ( K ieat srandchlld) Jo Jamison Tlmothv Flint. Frank Jamison. Babj N^d. Master Donald Hart. The Parson, Adolph Stephan. fA*i^W»V*V»,VW*V*^ Candy Special For Friday and Saturday as a special in our Candy Department, we shall offer all our best chocolates that usually sell *] for 25c. lh POWELL CHAMPION HAS P A R l Y Special to the Times. EWINGVILLE. .March Z7 ,Powe -bampion gave a par~tv a fipw evening ago to a number of ma young frlenda The.hour^ were spent in playing game and dancing Refreshments wer served at eleven o'clock Those pres ent were Misses Grace Hartousrh r lorence Mills, Estella Bradly. Florenc Our I oriijfll Presentation of Spring Apparel, I flbrics and Accessories together With Our 93d Anniversary Celebration which began yesterday continues today and tomorrow. Everv department : ; in this great institution is teeming with spring life. The goods, the displays, in fact the general air, when entering the store reminds vou of : : near approach of Master. Refined Modes In tailored Oowns and Street Suits Refinement li the dominant characteristic of every style feature of our Spring Tailored Suits. It is evident In the colorings, the new lines and the trimmings, and as muoh so In the simplest models us tn the very elaborate conceptions. AT $10.00. worsted Panama, black, blue and brown. Both In women's and misses' slaes Jacket strapped, full satin lined, and skirt la full plaited. Both double and slngls breasted, with notch collar. Women's Novelty Hand Bags Bells and Perfumery ORIENTAL TINSEL BELTS, Our assortment of this novelty is complete and the prices 50c. and $1.00. Something new. Th« Merry Widow Belt. In b l a n k , tan. lironn, green and red Price BOo. The latest fart. Parisian Belts, a good assortment, 50o. and $1.00. Black Elastic Belts, steel studded, very popular, at 50o., $1, $1.25 and $1.50. Leather and Elastic Brits with beautiful holt clasps and burklos, all the popular colors, 25c. and BOo. Anniversary Bargains m n i i u w we shall Ctauze Lisle Hnsa Two days only . sell our best 2Bc. ', 19c

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  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 27 Mar 1908, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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