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State Street

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FRAJERNITIES III

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Silver Links Rings
Fobs Scarf Pins
WMV. AR NOLIJ, JEWER
220 Sot Mute Street
otL Whitney
trhe hetipace in the lily
to dinec
Seroice A La eateI
Sunday Dinners. a Specialty
T. C. CAPEN, Mgr.

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MAY FESTIVAL
4 Days 5 Concerts
MAY 18-19=20-21
Reserved Seats $4, $S,$6
ARTISTS
Otsbtorn-Htantaht (Metroolitan Opera
Ridr -Kesey Srnnis- SMte'lerntit,
CirArCt eys tlt>tti~ttt
Bet ittte, Teor
tCttsttati Fet tpttC~tttiaoOpera Co.!
Iti i~' ~titithe i ttt (N1(,iro tttt nOpera Co)
Tina Lerneri~, Pt'tit; R lenwick,. Organ-
CONDUECTORS
Albert Staney Frederick Stock
PINCIPAL. CHORAL WORKS
The tewrcifen'' a Woit-Ferrari
Otdysseus and Fair Ellene - Bruch
Otnty a titstttet number otf good seats

Portrait Studio-

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319 East Huron Street

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