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Til VTVKXNO WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1912.
BY GIRL S STORY OF
CO iilnut4 tnm icia-iiui rag.)
I Aug. II, a heurii
B-i:" In. hours;
I Atjfi 17, 74 hour
A. TlkOSa arn actual hours of evurk. This
ttrsman'B re-rnril ! absolutrly complerta.
absolutely correct brctiino shs wm my
not Intimate fr'.nd.
Q. Tin? was lunch or dinner or sup-
ar flitie tnVi n out besides? A. No; that
II taking uu: supper, dinner and lunch.
Woman n was Mlntria Kangi-r Thess
,Sra moie appr-ixl mats than thp other.
becaviHf sh" was a foreign Klrl who
lived upon tho Burt Olney promises and
t hope actual moment of comlhH" to work
could not get, at least not a well aa
Mra. MeOftflta whom I stopped for al-
noal every morning.
Aug. 1.1. :. hours; Aug. II, no boura;
L Aug. 1.1, x hours. Auk. 11. H houra;
Bu 1? knoii. Ana lU U ..... . A
I"1"!. nvfi.io, ml, 10, imm.1) , nun
1, no hour: Aug. 20, 124 houra, Aug 21,
154 houra; Aug 22, 12 houra; Aug. XI,
ft houn: Aug. 24, 144 houra; Aug. 2ft,
ft hours; Aug. 24i, 164 houra; Aug. 27.
MISS CHAMBERLAIN'S OWN REC
ORD OF WORK.
Woman (..'. in my own record and abso
Aug. 14. no houra
Aug. If, 44 hours
houra; Aug. 18, Sun
day; Aug II, no houra; Aug. 20, BM
liours; Aug. 21. 124 hours; Aug. 22, 10
h.-uis: Aug, -I. 10 hours. Aug. 21, U
hours; Auk. 20. Sunday; Aug. 20, 14
lirura, Aug. 27, 13 hours.
I forgot to s.iy that Minnie Jnnger
W4rM six hours on Sunday, Aug. 25.
Tho are the three women. As to the
children. Child A was Florence Laney,
age eleven years. She gave her age aa
fourteen years, but I heard from teach
ers In the town of AIM. in, and from her
many friends and companions, that aha
Tvas only eleven yaara old. Shi- waa
ampWyad regularly aa a factory worker
' Hurt olney Company factory.
Q. What dl aha do? A. She aet up the
cans. When the cans came down from
a bore through the hole In the ceiling
he took those cana and brought tham
over to the fillers during the bean sa
a m. I don't know what ahe did during
the pea aeaaon. I waj thsra Id the bean
Q. How much tav did she get? A. I
don't know, but eight cenia an hour Is
regular pay, anil everybody got that.
The girls flllinx cans who had hern
1 there a goo.l many yeart got eight cents.
e 1 expect Florence Ijiney got eltfht
pnts. 1 may say heie that on those
ae when everybody did not work it
Bras rainy. Her record:
Vug 13. 6 hours; Aur. 14. no hours;
Aug. 15, S hours; An. 16. S4 hours; Aug
17. 64 hours; Aug. 18, no houra; Aus. it.
Ifio hours; Autr 2). 10 hours; Aug. :1, IS
hours, Aug 22, 12 hours; Aug. 21. ft
! hours; Auk 24. IfU hours; Aug. .5. (
hours, uj. 3a, 134 hours; Aug
DA V MAY HAVE BEEN ONLY
Thorc figures hip also approximate
u.ii wiimn i wsi or inree nours men
I tin. a. VYhtji lic worked 1X4 hours she
ituy hi e only worked 114 noma, be
i M.se ber luncheon may nut have coma
Kg :ly la I have It, so It is more ap
Child B, WSI Mllly Vucantl, MSd ten,
n shed woi-ker. Aug. 15 sh- workel
fiom 11 A. If. until 6.45 r. M 7 hours,
u:.d ale a pea.lt only for lunch. Aug.
17 she SrorlMd from 7. .10 A. kg, until
10.ro A. M., rlfkin , ; l" 3 i A. M until
a P. M., snipping, and ate a little bread
end butter for lunoh! total. 7'. lours
Aug. 20 she Winked from 4.30 A. If. until
' A. M., snipping; it a. M. until :2.J0
V, It,, snipping; 1 P. M. un.it 6 V. II
nipping: ft.30 P, m. unt.l n.S-i p. M
nipping; total, 1.4 hours.
Q. That child want to work that
day at what hour? A. 4.30 la the
4). And she stopped at what time?
A. 0.30 F. M. Ana;. 91 aha worked
from 4.30 A. If. until 7 A. if. snip
ping, 7.30 A. M. until II kf. snip
ping, 11.30 P. kf. tutu s r. kf.
snipping; total, 11 1-1 hoars. Aug.
M she worked from 4 o'clock la
the morning until 7.30 snipping,
from a o'clock until 13.30 uuljping,
1 until snipping, 6.30 until 10
snipping; total. 10 1-3 hours.
Q. From 4.30 In the morning un
til wasa? A. Until 10 o'olook at
OTHER 14 12 HOUR DAY FOR
CHILD OF TEN.
lug. 27 she worked front o clock m
morning until lo.: snipping; from
M. until 6 P. H, snipping; from
P. M. until 10 P. M. snipping; total
. This child was ten years 0d? A
lias Chamberlain them offered to
from her diary.
rheae Impressions," she saM, "are
aoartered, and Just aa things struck
ifhore did you live whfle in Alhtonf
Mr. Klkua "I boardd with i
omnn whoae name I got from some
oung girls at fhe fatory. On Aug.
Abuses of Child Labor In
Canneries, and the Remedy
Mitt Mary l.outta Chamberlain deteritet intolerable condition, of
child labor in the shed of cannery factorial at follows:
Children of from ten to sixteen frequently working from 4 A. M. to
8 and even 10 P. M . with but few Intervals of rest.
Children under ten employed In a few canneries directly against
lue Agricultural law.
No time limit for a week's labor In any of tho hod.
Children get one cent a pound for "snipping" beans, and glrla and
women eight or ten cent an hour for their work.
Children forced to work by their parents long attar obey are utterly
Girls underpaid, often subjected to Insults and Indignities from men
The remedy Mlee Chamberlain contend la:
To remove the children by law from the sheds of the canneries.
To bring the cannery shed's under the operation of the State Fac
tory law, which sets a time limit of sixty hours' labor a week for can
neries. At present tbey are under the Agricultural law, which seta no
LI I worked three hours, made S4 oervts "
"How much board Aid you have to
payf'i Interrupts! Mr. Elku. "I paid
4 a week."
Continuing her diary Mine Chamber
"Aug 1.1feolse of the of tho Commis
sion reaching Rome has reached hers,
preceded thorn to Albion, snd the hoys
had the slieds pretty well cleared of
the little tots when they arrived.
"Aug. 16 There are several very fr.h
bosses at the factory, and the youth
aho keepa tarns and has some charge of
he sorting tables has a good deal Jf
nfluence over the girls tag puts on the
table. This fellow should be reportod
to the superintendent. The situation is
much like that In a department atore
where the floorwalker has a lot of glrla
under him, receiving low wages and all
more or leas at his merry. Only up here
night work make the sltustlon even
"I find that the tjmsfceeper wt wis
objectionable to ma the other day has
been tnairittng to several girls.
TIMEKEEPER INSULTED SEV
Aug. 1Tiere were about one hun
dred and seventy-five in the shads tills
morning, about one-half children and
twenty or more of these between eight
Aug. 17 Th bean table are right
under the oonmbinatlon grader and aort-
and the noise Is terrific; simply ear-
splitting. My ears are still ringing.
Combined with the Jiggling of the tablea
caused by the grater, the work Is most
unpleasant. It make on quite aeaslck.
though sorting beans is not so .monot
onous and trying on the eye a sort
MOTHER MADE LITTLE JACK
WORK WHEN HC WAS TIRED.
Oa Aug. ao little Jack, aged
twelve, waa op from o'clock la
the morning. K was snipping
beaaa from 4.30 aatU 10 V. 3L,
with only one-half hour for dinner
and only a few minutes for sapper.
He said, "kfy fingers is took."
Ma went to best last night at It
o'clock and got up at 3. He said
ha was not working th night be
fore until 13, but weal to bed at 1 a.
"He said bs was awful tired, bat
bis mother mads aim work. H
tried to go horns several times.
His bands were swollen. HI sis
ter, aged tan, oonld hardly keep
ber eyes open sad bsr mother
scolded bsr constantly. Jaok mag
31.40 during the period from 4
a. at. untu io r at. me said ks
conlda't keep any of it.
"Jack said work like this waa
nothing to pees, when his mother
and slatsr came borne every night
at 1 and 3 o'olook la the morning.
sad they were a slak they fell
down aad vomited. Tula last la
Quite possible, but It probably la
aot absolutely correct. There were
about eeventy-flve to one hundred
cblldrsB In the shad, the majority
tea and over, but about tweaty
ve between gv aad tea. 1
should say bobs nndar flvs."
Q. These rrbklrefl between five and ten,
Miss f 'hairtberlaln, did they work snip
ping beins, too7 A Yes, but none under
ten worked continually. Before the
visit of the commission there were chil
dren snipping In the shsd under ten.
Thai la the report.
SENT BABIES HOME IN FEAR OF
Mlas Chamberlain said the srted boss
sent the MtUe onos away, saying tho
Factory Commission had been at Rome
an I waa oonrlng to this factory.
Continuing her diary. Mlee Chamber
"The parents were constantly
urging the children to work. One
little boy aged eleven waa throw
lag some bona eaipplags at aa
otaar lltti fallow aad bag stopped
work a second His father alt
aim brutally across the faoe and
set him again at work. Every
where parents were forcing chil
dren to work."
Q. Now. tell ma Jus hww thay were
forcing them to work. A. If they did
not work they would shake tthem and
sosnetlme hit them, all depending on
Q. Did these children appear to be
very tired? A. They did.
"Aug. 11 I got out to the ahed at T
o'clock, and Jaok, aged twelve, was
sitting wrsped up In a big shawl. He
waa very pale, salth hla black eyes Just
sagging out of his head. Ha had his
fingers dons up tn a dirty rsg. I aaked
him If be bad to get up at 3 again; he
said Uiay pulled him out of bed at 4
O'clock, and his sister cried, but they
had to go or get a beating. Another
IKtl chap, aged eleven, who had snipped
from 4 A. M. until 7 yeaterday. ploked
all day and snipped from (.30 P, M. until
10 P. M . told me he thought It was
only I o'clock at night when they
dragged him out of bed this morning t
I. He thought he had been a sleep only
"Aug. 21. Work on labelling machine Winters A
keeps me st s pretty hign ten-.on 1 1 '
HI put from snipping on to the regu
lar job In '.lis labelling room I kept
track of the speed of the cana through
lbs machine this sfternoon, making ten
trials. They were per minute! 1, 144
cans: t, 140 cans; I, 1H cans; 4. Ill cana;
164 cans; 4, 20 cans: 7, ICO cans, . 144
cans; 0, 100 cans; 10. 140 cans.
"There Is no guard on the carrier be
side me. Cases are conatanily Being
heaved on to this carr.er by a man
almost in front of m. an.i other casea
pass slotig In front of me from the
labelling machine. When a girl Is tired
aM naturally leans agilnst the carrier.
and I have got some ugly Jabs from
"Aug. 23. The forelady of ths pea
tables told me that for two weeks dur
ing ths pea aeaaon the women worked
every night until 1 or 1 o'clook In the
Q. When did they begin whan they
worked until 1 or 2 o'clock the nest
mornlngT A I don't know. It probably
differed with the time the pees came n
After these expei lencea M'ss Cham
berlain returned to Cie onventlona!
work of Inspection. She laM when she
went to (lenesee. N. Y., s ;e arrived lat
in ths afternoon- "he was snouted
ahoiH 4 o'clock neat morning by a large
l umber of people pnsrlng the house In
which she was StupPtag. - Wi iked nut
the Win-low iind gan a IIUI I rod .ir mors
women and children, Bamt pushing bat-v
carriages, and manv of tho worn-n
leading Utile outs hardly able to baildlf
All were hemic. I for t - fa tory of
Prophet. She said It was
My f-TO she wns nt the 'a -lory herself.
only to find all of tho children In the
street. She asked the reanon for rail
snd was told by an Amerl-an woman
In the employ of the company that the
hose had h -a'd of Miss Chamberlains
presence 1n th town and had sent the
STOLEN JEWELS PASTE;
THIEF IS INDIGNANT.
Denies He SuMlhrtcxI Roriis Stones
for Gems and Fecb He Was
"Duped" Mystery in Case.
PCTROTT. Mich.. Nov. A thief
entered the horns of 0 T. York in this
dty lest Hun-lay and stole a quantity
of Jewelry. The owner of the articles
taken placed their value at 21.000. Ye-
flourish in the most unexpected
places and quickly attack a
body weakened from colds
or general debility, but if
the lungs are fortified with
their progress can be prevented and often
come. SCOTTS EMULSION is used in tubercu
losis camps because its highly concentrated nourish
ment builds strength and resistive-power faster than
disease destroys. It assimilates without
taxing digestion, and contains no alcohol
AbtolaUly nothing equal SCOTT'S
EMULSION to ttrmngthtn the lange and
drive oat cold and cough:
Scott & Bownk, Bloomfield, N. J.
BY PROMPT USE
How the little one suffers from irritat
ing., chafed and itching skin I How dts
tressinK these trouble: sre and bow
quickly Poslam soothes, cools and com
forts, soon driving the trouble away.
In all skin troubles Poslam produce
immediately noticeable results, stopping
all itching, and rapidly restoring the
akin to normal condition. Ectems.acne,
tetter, salt rheum, all forms of itch.
scalp scale, psoriasis, pimples, rashes
etc., yield to Poslam as to nothing else.
POSLAM SOAP is without equal for
tender skin; the ideal nursery soap,
grateful, soothing and non-irritating
Kvery mother may rely upon its abso
lute aafety and purity.
All druggists sell Poslam (price 40
rents) and Poslam noap (price 38 cents).
f or free samples, write to the Kmergency
Laboratories. Sfl West 5tb Street, New
Footwear for the Family
The fact is, we fit the feet and the
tastes and the pockets of all women
nil men all children.
And we have the will and the skill
and the shoes to do it exactly right
In the matter of footwear we mean
that no people in the world ahall be
Letter served or better satisfied than
the people who trnde at the Ten Big
indies' patent coit cloth top JJusy HI yn atorea.
button boots, with tip or
plain toe. also '" ""'' Located conveniently in
with cloth or dull kid tops
snd tan ituhsin. on.- of our Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx.
bes styles and fullest valuea.
TUN It 11 - HF.HT 1'AMII.V STORKS SHOCK IN EVKRV flRAUE.
SSL"? Si Jt JFffi&n9r3cni YvfiM&
lit tl Aie. and liTlli Ml. , ' , ,. H4 Ave.,1 ftotli-I .list ML.
Mil, 3 lth 44Mb SU. amadfiLELi22LS4!sWv u.,. .,. Hrome Si.
Mail order Dent.. SUM) 8d Ave. Writ far Calais of CelMraa'e Bbmsss.
Hreukl tii I ,Hr' lultoa 81., pp. Abraham Straus B'war. ar. Greene Ave.
More. I H'war. bet. Para Ellerr Sis. rasters. 811-Bia Bast TIM St.
Longer To Cook
It requires more time to cook
Premier Macaroni than ordinary
domestic macaroni for the reason
that Premier Macaroni is not
made of the same material.
is glutenous and is made from
the hard glazed wheat grown in
Odessa, Russia, mixed with a
proportion of wheat grown in
Fifty -five per cent, of this
wheat is discarded to the manu
facturers of cheap white flour,
thereby raising the Premier con
tent of gluten to a degree that
resists the action of the boiling
water much longer than the soft,
Premier Macaroni could be
made here for five cents per
pound less, but it would be much
inferior in food value, also in
"wheatiness" of flavor.
It is packed 16 ounces to the
pound, and when compared with
a short weight package, the con
tents of which in ounces are not
declared, it will be found that
a true and sensible economy
places considerable advantage on
the side of Premier.
We could produce a more or
less satisfactory macaroni and
spaghetti in the Premier Kitch
ens, but the first purpose of the
Premier label is to locate the best
food of its kind regardless of the
country of its origin, and then to
cling to that food without regard
to tne fact that some more or
less similar product might yield
a greater profit.
It is this uncompromising pol
icy which is responsible for the
perfection of every focvd adopted
into the Premier Family.
Premier Canned Cora
From the Slate of Mains only,
whera ths world's floam sweat
sorn grows. Par can 5q.
Mads la Europe from ths Sua.
slsn Taganrog snd hard Afri
ca ri wheat. Very different from
demesilo msoarunl. Full
Premier Fruit Jams
Nothing but frssk ripe trail aad
pure sugar, pound tar pound.
Currsni Jelly and Orssgs Mar
malade by ths asms hosaat, old
fssblones nils. Psr sr 25s.
The rich, Ira , crisp, mealy kind,
good whaa itiey corns oat el the
bottle becauas Ihey wars good
wkss ihey wsat la. 3l.tT.aa
Premier Petri-Walla Tea Premier Roasted Coffee
Pure Indie snd Ceylon, anosl
ercd snd unlaced. Rtal Tea.
Psr ', lb. csolslsr sOa.
In ssaled canisters, preserving
Its freah Daror Indefinitely. Psr
The Sign of
the Star on
vites you to
drop in and
take home a
package of Premier Macaroni.
While you are at it, you might
take home a package of each of
the above, all of which are to be
found wherever the Sign of the
Premier Pure Foods ere told under our unqualified
guarantee. If the quality ia not entirely satisfactory
get our money bark at the place you mad our pur
chase. We aland behind the goods and the grocer
A 04-page book about Premier Food Product, and the way the v are made tent free to any houtekttptr .
FRANCIS H. LEGGETT & CO, NEW YORK
terdav I wan discovered Hie I- wels
wcic paaia Mr. Vorh lnsst Ins tnlef
made t ia suliallttitl ,r. ln a Ihf HI fat"
Uii, but tiie police betters tiie Jew fig
Were -len oner hefo e and tti.il ths
llrst Ihlel) to Insure h e e- ape, put
paste In place of the rv ij items
a ayan ctvina lite same .-f i. r. n.is
t.iy a id SatMrlMng himself as a v. slteff
from New V-e-k has .-nnfessod th
pOtlCS lay, that h" tnnk the jeWe'i SM
th X iv York hoie, hut says nt -lid
not m mlpuhitt- the HOB t1 In fact, he
g mSCtl Incensed Mint he was rh, 1 1 ... I
All tie stolen articles have hcon re-
govt red, purl of them lieing fumd In
pggHsthOfSI and th lml un a In llatxay'a1
"I am eert itn the Jewela never were
stolen before," aalil Mr. York. "It 's
staturd to rh-nk they Could have been
taken, the atones changed and than re
turned without our knowing 1L"
However, the police are -f the opinion
Die substitution had Iggfcta pla- bfore
I In. say appeared oti the scene.
YOUR HAIR IS FLUFFY, BEAUTIFUL
AND LUSTROUS IN A FEW MOMENTS
(lirls! Gel n i.t mil bottle of "Dandrrinr" and try thil
Also stops filling hair; OCltfoyi dandruff.
Yoai Imii I ma light, navy, fluffy,
niiiiu'lnn' and appear! ai soft. IttttfoM
an-l btjaullfol ns ii young ti after
a "Dan lt rnie Imir clenc." Jnet try
this a ini-istrn a clnth with a little
Oatxlrrine and carefully draw it
through your hair, taking one small
.Irani at a time. This will deanse the
hsir of dust, dirt anil emrsnvc oil
mid in just a few moments you have
iluuhlerl the beauty of your hsir.
Itrsides beautifying the hair at nnre
Pamlerine dissolves every particle of
dandruff; cleanses, purifies snd un is,
fStgS Ihr scalp, forever stripping ilrli
bag and falling hair.
Hut what will plrase yon most will
be afler a few weeks' use when JNBJ
will actually see new hair fine an-l
downy st first -yes -but really new
heir growing all over the scalp. If
you rare for pretty, soft hair aad lots
of It surely grt a f.1 rent bottle of
Knowlton's Danderine from any drug
gist or toilet counter, and just try it.
Extraordinary Clearance Sale of
Girls' and Children's Coats
8 to 16 years w yt to 6 years
375 Dress and M.in-Tailored Full I,ength Coats
Comprising Chinchilla, KngliMh Mixtures, ZiMincs, Hroadclnth f'orrluroys.rtc. !. cV To.'
Style, Kit, rinkh.. Regular prices 7. 76 to Mft.00, To Clone at 5,95 7.50 8.50 9.75 12.45
Small Women's and Misses' Coats
Extraordinary Clearance Sale of Dj-easy Corduroy.Chinchilla, Mixture Coats
Kcgulitr prices M6.00 and 1:15.00, 15.00
Girls' and Children's Velour Hats
Hliu-k, navy and brown. Regulfir prices up to $7.60,
Misses' and Girls'
Suits, Gowns and Dresses
New Norfolk Model, warmly interlined.
Colors; navy, brown nntl black. 4
to 20 years Regular price 15.00, 29.50
Of Chiffon and Lace, draped over Silk,
prettily trimmed with cryctal band
and flowers. Delicate evening hnili".
14 to 20 years - Regular price 35.0O, 19.50
Three-piece models, of Plain and
Diagonal Cheviots. t0 to 13 yearn.
(5 lea tly Reduced,
FIFTH AVENUE .
Dancing and Party Dresses
Of Chiffon over Hiik, trimmed with
self-shirring and flowers. Colors:
pink, light blue, maiie and white.
8 to 15 years...- Regular price 119.50, 12.50
French Chambray Dresses
in pink and blue. Home models ef
fcctivfly hand-embroidered and tritu
med with lace, other plain hand-
embroidered. 8 to 14 years
Regular price 10.75,
Little Girls' Dresses
One-piece Russian model of fine Ging-'
ham. Colors: pink, blue nnd tan.
3 J to G years - - - - Regular price fS.00.
At Thirty-Fifth Street
To-Day and To-Morrow
Thsaa IMamonds ar. aol row.. i IiIim r
sllsrrs of lilaiiiiinds, usually .will lor Silt.
I in, on. . simrantfN-il lu lie- ajM-Mrstall
Sal and aliaurfl Has a onr-taiat Itlaiimuil.
and hue all 111 Mr. ami William r if llla
uionU. ro.lhia g.'itMMt at r--i . I Jruclry
.lor... H.irrsl liiimlred til . I Iruuil
.mil. erelKh u liiftr h'. Iliiiu aasaasrtsff
of a rarut, tint Ihn iiialurllv wrlah a full
uuurlsr. imi Mill Urn .uriiil.ril auil ni-n-.il
Mlisu imi ire II, nil, Alulr m ,. a uariiutt-ii
lhat ou iMitiiul dupllrulr tliriu fr Ir..
Ihan SI. -..mi. vuu will llml thai II Kill
. sal orarrr SO.UO ... umii h ,Vr
tluvr haul ..n..- .lurtllntf IIIniiiiiiiiI .sirs
ir-rnii,, mil miur aia arrut tulur. a. lhrr
anr-miartrr au-at l.adlrs' Muslr -tuur i
Oiaiiiunil lUnsa fur till. v mail ordere
Mrs aur tladow display of oerr half a
million dullars' vrorth uf dlaiu.iida. All i
liliilnlr marked gn la a... mm mi
Oh.rr.s aur ,alrualtun and i-rl, . ot amn.
nthrr ".Slual. Htunr lilaiaaad Itiuss" to bs i
otlerrd at this salsi
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say aSMrleao ln.ujset M sain sal -ill-, la las
tau aaiu r. as.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co.
Hro;ilwny, Fourlh Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
Chritttmaa Shopping Does Not Tire
The Woman Who Wears
An L. R. Corset
She is supported,
actually resliM., Iy her
corset. There is no
coming home at night
and taking them off
with a sigh of relief.
Li It. Corsets are
admirably adapted for
women who do tilings.
Tho Bride's Corset is
n elwrntibi L R noiM
niasdc of xlk brocade und
daJntlly trinmadi l givM
st might svi-l'e linen. Iaw
bust . limn In; in, $0.
The average woman
can wear this $5 L. R. with
long hips and medium
The large woman will
rejoice in a $S jierfect fit
ting L. R. with its extra
heavy boning. Comfort
able, yet they achieve the
The growing girl who
doesn't wish a corset itiile
as light a thedaneiof oofs
sei, ihouki wear the L, R.
.'1 corset for girls and slen
der aomen! very low girdle
(op. long over the hips.
The woman who does
housework wants the L.
K. housework corset; me
dium luist und not too long
ever tho hips; strongly but
Third floor, Stewart Building.