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THE lYlHXira WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, IMS.
POLICE AT BURIAL
Mamaroncck Specials With
drawn by Sheriff to
Avert a Clash.
g v!ll(r of Mimnrnnivk, the scene
of ttie fatal battle between police and
Milking Italian road worker on Mon
day, waited nervously thin mornlnic for
the funeral of llafa. in Pino, the on
victim lit the flht. and II waa with a
Itk of reLrf that Mninaimii rk folk M
tb treat parade nf MN than 1.W
Italian pass through the lOWl toward
laiehtnnnt on their way to the Bol
eVpulchre Cemslsry In New Rorh'lle
hortly before noon. Previously the'e
had been funeral MTTttM In Ht. Qre
ory' Cltupcli In llerrleon. whrre the
dead man had lived, and other aer
vleaa at hli home, a little flat la a
two-(torv brick building over a a
looa, were two year ago he had
beauajht hit bride after the Msseal
adding ever aeen In the Italian col
. And the funerel to-day w the Ms
aeat funeral ever held there. Th re were
forty carrlagee. a big band, and a
hearse drawn by f"r IMaok horses.
There waa a rarrlage Ailed with tlownrn.
and through the king Journey from llar
rlaon to New Rwhelle. Bnie seven
Mies. Ml merrhera tramped to the
strains of rhopln'a Funeral March.
Mafaaronerk folk filled the streets
e snatch the cortege, but there waa nut
g ynlk-sman In eight nor wa one need
d Prom the time they entered the
town to the time they passed out to-
Uarohmntit the paiadcra main
a decorous unlet. There wee no
dlaorder of any kind.
HCRrPF KKPT THE POLICE OUT
at H wwa due entirely to the fore
thought of Sheriff William J. lhiyle
that the quiet funeral proceaalou wee
nat turned Into a riot more dangcroua
than the encounter of Monday, for In
Unit Una of Mrtoua-fared man, march -hag
MUi bowed heads, were scores who
haa nat haaltated to declare that were
tbay a much aa to catch a gl I in pee of
any of the apodal police who had bat
tle with them on Monday and had
BUM Pino, they would rend them limb
They apat on the ground they
mentioned theee men, calling them mur
Imii and declaring that they deserved
a murderer's fata, and aa they marched
Ufa) treats of Mamaroneck they peered
tram beneath lowered browa for a
glimpse of the man they bad coma to
hats. And but for Doyla tbay would
have found them standing on guard
loaded rifles and ahotguna. for
the Hherlff reached Marmaronei'k
early this morning he found that mora
forty pollcsmen and special had
sent out, heavily armed. In plain
cleg has to guard the line of parade.
Doyla Instantly ordered every man
lata Ponce Headquarters, whence they
could make a dash, tf necsssary, but
whers they would bs Invisible to the
anally aroused paraders. Doyla Mine If
. 4 the one or two deputies who had
accompanied him kept out of light.
TNI K Mt INFLAMED Y SPEECH
The atrtksrs wera Inflamed by the Im
passioned words of an Italian member
of the Order of Korea tsrs who addressed
taeja at the dsad man's houss. Men
and women wept openly, ami II auk
than war heard the threats against
tha spsoisls who had slain l'lno. But
tha words of Father OHulllvan aa hs
oduotsd the funeral asrvlcaa In St
Gregory calmsd the throng and they
Educate Employers to Treat Girls Fairly, FIGHTS FOR LOVE
iri W W "M""""""T"i'"Tii',ViTra i
Not Curse and Insult Them, Is Their Plea AS GIRLS WATCH;
Copyright. U. by The Preae Publishing Co. iThe Nee York Woilcl).
'How Long Would It Take to Educate 30,000 Girl if
You Teach Only Sixteen Every Other Week?"
Aaka Florence Zuckerman, an
"The GtrU Know a Much About Moral h an Any
body Elae," She Aaaerta. "They Don't Want
to Be Educated by Such Men aa Their
Employera, Who Are Not inEarneat."
By Mxnla Greeley-Smith.
Why not educate employer? Wliy not overcome tha disadvantage of
a lark nf early training In mental and moral hygiene on the part of cer
tain manufacturers by inducing the Board of Education to provide part-
time education for them?
Thl was tha senae nf a meeting
beld In Labor Temple this wee by
New York working girl to protest i
gainst the action of Dudley D.
Slcber and three other New York
manufacturer, who have Influenced
the Board of adncatton to provide
part-time claasea for the sixteen
young women In their employ. In an
Interrlew In The Evening World on j
Monday last Mr. Slcber explained his
project to me and outlined the plan
of the special clasies, which will be
bald In Public School No. 4. He told
ma that four pupils will be provided
from each factory and will bo paid
wagR while attending school. That
two girls will receive a week's In
struction and then will be replaced
by two others from the factory, so
mat eacn student win alternate a
week at work and a wenk at school.
Mr. Sleher expressed the hope that his plan would bring the employer
and employee closer together, but apparently It Is not meeting with uni
versal favor among the girls In the white goods trade which it will affect
POINT OF VIEW OF THE GIRLS
Miss Klorenc Zuckerman. a very
Pretty, earneet and Intelligent young
worker, came to tell me yesterday of
til meeting nf protest sgslnat the em
ployers' action and to explain the point
of view of the girls. M
"There are Sn.OOO of u employed In
the white good a trade," aha explained.
"and even assuming thst ths employ
ers sre In earneet and want the girls
to be better educated, how long do you
think It would take to make an Im
pression, taking only sixteen girls out
of 10,000 snd giving them lessons every
employers as nat ta
They are merely trying
to break ap tha ma leas hp aader
aalalag their laflaeaee with the
glMa sad by moulding pnbUo opin
ion no that people will think
strlkas are unjustified. Tha girls
bow have th boneflt of elssses
held far them by their anion, and
tf they had fair hours they would
not he too tired to go to night
W a0. v
GETS STAB WOUND
Sweetheart of Vanquished Stu
dent, Knifed by Her Brother,
Helps Carry Him Away.
quietly to tha outskirts at
under escort of Capl. Monroe
and half a doasn policemen. At the
hsamaraneck line the police turned back
and ths procession waited a moment as
though expecting to see an assort at
TS w police. When they did
not. however, they proceeded on their
At Barry avenue, the scene of Mon
day's conflict, the procession halted and
nanny of those in line croeeed them
selves, while others spat on ths around
snd made slgne which the few onlook
ers took to be oaths of vengeance. Than
the procession moved on.
Ahead marched some twenty men.
taking the place the police had been
expected to nil. Behind them cams ths
band, than a carriage containing tha
pail bearers, then the bearae and the
Aowsr carriage, ths earrings containing
tha parents, widow and infant son of
Plan and then the long ranks of march
era. Nearly forty carriage brought up
the rear of the procession.
"Only 8,00 of the 10,000 white goods
ercrkera sre members of the union, but
tbsy all got the benefit of the strlks
by which their hours wsre shortened
from fifty-four to fifty hours a week
and the employers' agreement that no
girl should be paid less than IB a week,
Instead of H. aa formerly. The girls
themselves don't think they need to
be educated by ths employer. They
fc1 that more good could be accom
plished If there were part time classes
for ths factory owners or for their
foramen In which they would be taught
how to treat girl employees like human
BETTER TREATMENT PRC
FERRED TO EDUCATION.
Th" only way to gel n girl to do her
beat work la by treating bar well, giv
ing her decent ehop conditions, fair
wages und foremen who do not swear
or use foul luuKunge. Mny or our
employers when the first went Into
bualneea did not know how to read and
write. Many of ihem could never un
derstand the eorks of classic literature
wttloi are read by their employees.
-In some places girts as hned
Bve osnts fast every minute shay
are lata, aad I know ef an place
where the clock waa always fast
la the morning and slow In tha
afternoon, so ths girls would have
to work longs aad whan a gtrt
celled ths boss's attention to the
fact that the aleak waa slaw aha
waa 41 ac arrea.
"Mr. Hotter told you that If the ,-'rla
leave the factory to get married, they
almost always corau back. That means
ths girls have no Judgment in choosing
SHH! LADIES! SECRET TO DARKEN
FADED GRAY HAIR-USE SAGE TEA.
Sage Mixed With Sulphur
Restores Natural Color
and Lustre to Hair.
Why suffer the handicap of looking
M't Gray hair, however handaome,
denotes advancing age. We all know
the advantage of a youthful appear-
Your hair It your charm. It makes
r mars the face. When it fades, turns
gray and looks dry, wispy and ecraggly,
jggt a few applications of Sage Tea and
Maayhar enhance its appearance a hun-
prepare the tonic nt home or
nay drug store a AO cast bottle
of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Kernel ." ready to use; but listen,
avoid preparations put up by druggists,
as they usually use too much sulphur,
which makes ths hsir sticky. (Jut
"Wyeth's", which can always he de
pended upon to darken beautifully und
is the beat thing known to remove dan
druff, stop scalp itching and falling hair.
By using Wyeth's Saee ami Sulphur
no one can pussihly tell that you dar! -
It docs it ao naturally
their husbands. But. really, the strls are
ao glad to leave the factory that thsy
can't pick and choose aa they would If
there their working conditions were fit
for human beings. Why not edu
cate the employera to treat their
girls property? The number of em
ployers la far Isas snd results would
be mors encouraging than thsy can
possibly be when you start to sducats
10,000 women sixteen at a time every
GIRLS MAY NOT BE LACKING
Certainly If Mis Morenos Zucker
man may be taken as a fair example,
the girls In ths whits good Industry
are not suffering from a lack of edu
cation. This pretty, brown sysd girl,
who has been In America seven years.
began work here at H a week. She haa
learned to speak BngHeh aa wall that
she haa made speech at public meet
Ours, snd she possesses s fiery elo
quence when relating grievances of her
"In seven years," she said, "the only
plaoe where 1 have worked where ths
girls get human treatment and are not
worn at and insulted by foremen Is
Louis Wolf A Sons, where I am working
now. liter some girls can make as
much as 115 or tit a week, and they .ire
well treated and do their best. In the
other factories I ehould say ths most a
girl can make ta tU, and there are men
watching you all the time, and If you
look up for a minute or etop to get a
glass of water they swear at you ter
ribly. "The girls don't want yea to be
lieve, aad they don't want tha pub
lic to believe, that they are aa
Ignorant sag they have to be sda
eaasd ta aeotal hygiene. The gtrta
know aa smash about morality aa
anybody else. They dont want to ha
educated by each men aa their em
ployers. Thsy want to hs paid a
living wag, so thsy can sducats
thsmsclvee. When employer at
rood to as ws will he good to
them. Bat it Is sorely not good,
aesa to try to aaasrmlns oar union
by pretended philanthropy. Bnv
ploysrs don't want educated work
era. They always choose the most
"One employer refused to give ms a
Job because 1 waa wearing a auffrag
button. 'No, 1 don't want any suf-
rras-vem among my girls. They are
trouble maker,' hs told me. Anothsr
thing tey say Is that they
the gArla going In and out of the fac
tory with paint and powder on their
faces, roor girls! They want to look
prstty, and after year In the factor
lea. crowded, overworked and without
freak air, one can hard expect them
to look fresh and charming. The only
pleasure ths girla have in life la la
trying to look aa well aa they can,
"Thsy know, too, that to looking
for poslttoas thslx look will count
far mors than anything sis.
You wrs lad to understand that th
trik by which the girls won some
benoflt wa du to their Ignorance.
voe viiipiuyer owio me strike coat
him 110,000. How msny girls would
thtt " liars educated? Or how
many employers who need to leam
many things a'joni sanltrttlon,
in shop-.. In morala an1 In th.ur
t.ona to their glnl employees?"
Blngnamton woman died from eating flowers of the trailing arbutus.
Crab season will break ail records, and Annapolis, ths original Crabtown, I
CkUtMUDOS, Maw. April 17.-WI11-iem
J. Rounds Jr.. a pae In the Msasa-
huseita House of representatives, who
Is alleged to have stabbed Herbert B.
Lanier lant night In a fight over the
letter's attentions to Itounds'a sister,
pleadod not guilty In the ltstrlct Court
to day to an assault oliatge. He was
held 1n 1600 bonda for a hearing April
28 The atrl in the case, her alster and
another young msn were witnesses of
Itrner, who Is a student at the Cam
Initiate Latin School. a In a hospital,
where It la said that he will recover.
Ills opponent's father. ex-Btate Senator
William J. Rounds, said that the boy
acted In self-defense.
"My eon was bsdly beaten and bat
tered." he said, "and he drew a knife
to save himself from further injury."
Both young men are nineteen years
oM. Vining Hounds, It la nld. objected
io learner's attentions to one of his sla
ters, and the youths agreed to settle the
Batata with their fists. Two of hg
Itoiinds girls and a yiuntt unman friend
wltnosacd the fight. Lamer was getting
the upper hand when, it Is allege-l.
Hounds drew a knife and stabbed his
opponent several times.
When tllS H:.t was ended the sister
over whom they fought assisted in
carrying her wounded uwiet heart to
nearby house und Uiler went with him
to the hospital. The other sister accom
panted her brother, with whom she had
sympathised, to their home,
The elder Kounda said to-day that hla
family had not objected to turner's al
tenlions to Miss Rounds.
msds by Dr. Frlederlch F. frledmann
"It la not so," he said, commenting
upon ths report from Washington. "I
have received no letter asking tor more
vaccine and I have not refused any
request from Dr. Blue."
Dr. Frledmann will go to New Tork
to-morrow presumably to give the sec
ond treatment to his patient there In
accordance with the wish of the medi
cal authorities who are observing these
cases. Me intimated that probably he
onid are Dr. Blue during his stay In
The German bacteriologist opened for
business to-day at the office of Dr. W.
Q. Dwinnell with the fixed price of
twenty doners per patient So great
was the crowd In the vicinity when he
arrived, the doctor appealed to the police
department for assistance. Me asked
that an officer be stationed outside the
office to Inform visitors that he charged
twenty dollars for the injection of his
alleged cure, and to make appointments.
His request ws not granted.
The physician would not deny reporf
that his vaccine was to be placed on tha
market eoon. Hie secretary, C. De Vldal
Hundt. Is In New York and Is reported
to be arranging I Ith the owner's attor
ney for eome disposition of the remedy.
Alma Haas, grain plunger of St.
Louis, has closed her offices to plunge
City man object to having Ms cork legs taxed unless the assessor
get after all th false teeth and glass eyes In ths county.
Disastrous firs In Chicago spread because a man who tried to telephone an
didn't have a nickel to drop In the slot machine.
TO THE GOVERNMENT
Shukrl Pasha, the Turkish commander of Adrlanople, desires to contradict
tb sUtsment that hs ws captured by ths Servians. He says It was ths Bui- )-clareS Hfi HiS Not Received
The town of Elk Point, In .South Dakota, has Just elected two official saloon-
Vlce-President Marshall, In his Inaugural address,
who was Just "entering upon a four years' silence."
spoke of himself as ons
The Federal oovemment collected , 186.000,000 eggs last year. They were fish
A Detroit manufacturer Imported 500 songbirds from England and set thstn
frss on his farm.
Woman suing for divorce In Justice Oiecerlch'a court fixed 'th vuIiim a, h..
huabaiid'a wealth In Mexican money, but asked for alimony in American .old
The Hamburg-American liner Carl Schurs ran Into and feltta . - -
whale. Paasengers at first thought It was an iehr.
Domestic servants have formed . i i a
.in m - , - ..... . "a", -uia
7.1. ' noure. waiuraay ana Wednesday afternoons off and
privilege of entertaining In the parlor on designated evenings.
ana evenly you moisten s sponge or
soft brush, drawing this through the
ened your hair
hair, taking one small strand at a time,
which requires but a few moments
Do this at night, and by morning the
gray bair disappears; after auother ap
plication or two it natural color is re
stored, aud it become glossy and lus
tratw aid you appear years younger.
It has come nt last.
t, ltlt. total estate 121,016. net value
Maria Christian, died March . mi.
total estate 14.980, net value 11,630.
Mrs. Alice M. Worrsll. died April 8,
18D1, total estate 111,401, net value
Joseph C. Comely, died April 17.
1111, total estate 14.231, net value
William H. Lang, died Oct. It, 112.
total estate 123.530, net value (20,754.
Oeorge I. Malcom, u member of the
Nsw York Stock Exchanse. who waa
drowned In Long Island Sound aftar
hs had fallen from tha Steamer "Prla-
cllla" Oct. 2. 1910, total estate $31 1,8TB,
nst value 1291,006.
Mrs. Margaret Smlthers, died Jsn.
II, ltlt, total sstat 19.789. net valus
STOPS FIRE ON LINER:
WHEELS BLAZING COAL
FROM BUNKER TO FURNACE.
Novel Plan Adopted By Engineers
of Cincinnati After Water
Fails to Quench Fhmes.
Ths J.446 paesengers-tOO of them In
the cabins of the Hamburg-American
Uner Cincinnati, wldch arrived to-day
from Palermo, Sicily, after a voyage
of thirteen day, talked of
aboard ths ship outside of ths official
complement knew at the time that any
thing unuaual was happening below
Chief Engineer Erler and his force
were flighting a stiff blase In a way such
as probably never before was adopted
at sea. They discovered about 140 tons
of coal abloxe In a starboard bunker
While aomo of the crew kept water
playing on trio hot mass others 'shov
elled the coal Into barrows, and at one
time tiieae were pushed to the fut
nacc anil their contents emptied Into
the Areboxes. In twelve hours the
last bit of burning coal had besn con
sumed In this way, the bunker had
been thoroughly wet down snd all
daugor to the ship bad passed
The paaicnKcr wcro Incredulous
when, after , the fire was out, they
learned of the danger through whleb
they paased. It seemed Impossible to
them that the fire could' have been
fought as Erlers and his men fought i'..
but when they had beon convinced of
the truth there were cheers In plenty
for the engine room force.
Request From Blue Fixes
Price at $20 to Patients.
PROVIDBNCE. n. L, April 17.-A
denial that he had refused to furnish
Surgeon-Oeneral Blue of the United
States Public Health Service with
second sample of the vaccine with whl
he la tre.iilng tubercular patients was
It is a positive fact that th moment
Resinol Ointment touches any itchtag
skin, the itching stop and healing
gina. With the aid of Hestaoi Soap, t
quickly clear away all trace of scsetma,
ringworm, pimples, blackheads, or thf
tormenting, unsightly eruption, leaviag
the skin clear and healthy.
And the best of it is you heed aeyer
hesitate to use Resinol Soap and lUsw
nol Ointment. There I nothing lathe
to injure the tenderest surface. MaM
is a doctor' prescription which few
eighteen years has been used by e.
ful physicians for all kind of skin af
fection. They prescribe Restaol freely,
confident that its soothing, healiag na
tion is brought about bv medication, s
blsnd and gentle a to be suited to the
most delicate or irritated skin -evet f
a tiny baby. . ...
Resinol is sold by every drnggiet m
the United States, but you can prove
at our expense what it will do for yU
Write to-day to Resinol, Baltimore, Md,
snd we will send you by parcel poet a
liberal trial of Resinol Ointment and
James McCreery & Co.
34th Street 23rd Street
Friday and Saturday.
Skirts of Silk with narrow stripes. Plain
bosoms and French cuffs. value 3.50, 250
- Shirts of Mercerized Fabrics, English Madras
and Flannel. Various sleeve lengths and models.
values 2.00 and 2.50. 1 e35
Pajamas of Silk Mixtures in plain colors and
neat fancy stripes. Regular and extra sizes.
values 5.00 and 6.00. 3.45
Spring Overcoats, made of English Worsted in
all the latest models. Custom-tailored 1 550
values 25.00. 90.00 and 95.00
MEN'S SHIRTS TO MEASURE
Made in Workrooms on Premises.
Severe Lung Trouble
Pler.tr ef freeh air and seod food are
iieceaarr to peraona aufferlns from luns
trouble, but aomethlnr mere la needed to
hrlnx about full health. Gckinan'a Alter
atlve la a mcjlclne for throat and luns
troubles, and no many reporti have bean
received shoAinff that It brousht abou
"I reitulta in a number of caea which
er declared hopelena. that all aufferer
arbi are not benefltlns etaerwlst should
al lean hrreettliat what It liu done for
ether, Inveitlsate thli caae:
Martin. n Lake. Minn.
"Centlemen: In December. 1B08, starch.
tflOU. and Hepteoiber. toott. I was taken
wl'h hemorrhage, of the lunss which con
fined ms several weeka. each time to mr
bad. Mr doctor advlaed me to so Weal.
"In November I atarted for Denver. Colo.
After mv arrival I met Michael Brodv,
who. upon learning of my condition, ursed
me to take r.ikmtn'i Alterative. Is about
mo moutha I besan to feel better. I kept
on taklac the medicine and Improved fast.
In Maroh. 11)10. 1 returned home. I think
I urn entirely well, have a sood appetite
and Bleep well. When X left Denver my
tvrTiat win 1H0 pounda. I now welsh
lu.V nt v normal wiiuht. I thank God and
your A Iterative for my health."
I Affidavit I l'AUL L. KASNACHT.
I Above abbreviated; more on reaueat.)
Kikman'a Alterative haa been proved by
many yeare' teat te be most efficacious
In c.teea of eevere Threat and Luns Af
fection,. Bronchitis. Bronchial Asthma.
. turn Cold and In unbulldlns ths an.
-..in. Doe, not costaln narcotic polooaa
or habit -formlnjc druss. For sals by all
I Hlker Hesamsn Drue Siorea and other
lidln avusaiata. Write the Eekman
I Laboratory. Philadelphia. Pa., far booklet
telllns ef recoveries sad additional evl
lloelor In Observation Ward
Dr. Brwln A. Salisbury of No.
Welt One Hundred and Forty-thin
Htreet was found In a parlor car of the
New Haven line on the storitxe level or
the (Iran. I Central Station to-day. Hs
refueed to leave v.hi-n naked by ti
cleaner. Detnctlve Charles Stein of
Ifttle else th Terminal iqioelal police book htm to
than rhs fits In a cosl b.mkor which ! ritty-nrsi etrsei station, tie
T . , aoteaVaM nueerly that ho waa sent to!
the crew ol th ttoanmhtp fouht for i;llu.vuu rtlu for oare and observa
twelve hours las Tuesday. Not a soul tion. I
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
Deputy Mats Comptroller Wallace B.
Ftaaer transmitted the following ap
praisals of esMtes under 'he liilierltancs
ta law io-di.y to tho Ttarfier Tsx
OAa of tne Surrogates' Ct rti
Julius Wile, died April 13, uu, total
estate 11S2.982. net Value ll;U,3.!3.
Mary a. BhaVdon, died Da, i,
ltlt, total extate llS.J.'t, n t vu ie
.Mury J. l.an.er. died Nov. 10. 11 1,
total entute. depoalts, 1JI.801, net vulue
Samuel Wertheln, died Nov. 1, 11)1,
total eatsts IIM7. nst valus 117.110.
Mrs. alary A. awurlnftnr. dirt Am.
The Effects of Opiates.
are Tjeeaiawtr nsaitlala to ccsanm mm its
I of rmcS are tiaradSo. ti well Wws. fcvso la tha
jaallest doses, If onntiiiunti, thee aplate a use change in tha fuao
(snd growth of tha nolle winds are lUutir to baooiaa permanent, oauairig-
nr. nam sat parvamon, a orav icar suouu nr uasuueu m aavr i .u. ur.. i .U. U.... and wraselna
amsassa. auon a annatwai.ns ri'-rvou eryapeiauu ana nr. oi muyiua . ,aATU eucCTf
areareanKaf -mK wtah opiatea or naroot.. a to keu , hlld.vr. .jut. i TADINf MOf Mill IN
r lttfaner. Tha rutS sunj?phvioa fc that ohilOron should nsver I AIUIU. WW V",-,-
aaoaira ornatos in tha antni.-st oeaes for man than a any at a Ume. and Said at alldapartmft nafl or ug store
ejujr than if unavoidubla.
Ilk adtitiaiatration of Anodyvas, Drop. Co. Jiala, Southing Syrrjim and T' l, i a I
snr saamnti.-a ao r.ldldrwn hr ur kail a u :'it;:J ranilut bt Ico lUxi'f 1 -- ilVL.
4ariaL aud tUo ilru.rfjia ahotild uot be paity to it. Childrtm who are n( i In ycur own home, withou'. obligation.
sal th ai'.Mttwu i.t a hyucia, ..ud n t J.ctt4g loss Uiaa a ori to J 1 1 MAUIC tl.LClliit vaiikw
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Fabrics include decided novelties in French
Silks and Satin Stripe Peau de Crepe.
Plain Bosom value 8.50 to 11.00
Plaited Bosom value 9.50 to 12.00,
A large assortment of Scotch and
Plain Bosom value 4.50,
Plaited Bosom value 5.00,
Shirts of Embroidered and Russian
Madras and Satin Stripe Mexicaine Cloth.
Plain Bosom value 5.50. 450
Plaited Bosom value 6.00, 5.00
Men's Sorosis Boots & Oxfords
former prices 5.00 and 6.00
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Written by a noted author,
whose identity is concealed
under the nom de plume
of Winthrop Alden,
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