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Will contain nticr special aatf'interertin features in addi
tion to its regular edition. It will be an ideal paper for the
home. A partial Utt of its contents will 'be-as follows:
John Walker Holcombe
A masterly article on the Electoral College, its prerogatives
and possibilities. ' ,
A. D. Jacobson ',' ., : r
Careful reviews of the lateit'boalcsssaed" by the leading
publishers of the country. '
Characteristic interview with-Edward Gordon-Craigson' off
Ellen Terr v " . - ' . -
May Manton , i;
Beautifully illustrated article 'on J chic and simple, negligees
so suitable for the woman of to-day.
Galaxy of Writers
On subjects of particular interest- to- men who -wort -with'
hand. and brain.
Patterns and Embroidery
Designs especially suitable for new collars,-with-plain de
scriptions how to apply the designs.
Athletics on Ocean Liners
Illustrated article showing how passengers make a sea-trip
a round of healthy outdoor sport
Boys and Girls
Describing the effect of riding clubs in the -public schools
of New York City.
Common-sense views of incalculable value to the careful
housewives and hints that will be a help to all readers.
James B. Morrow
Writes entertaining article on H. W. Belnap-and his efforts
to make railroad traveling safe.
Tells of Dr. Bingham's discoveries in Titicaca, the most won
derful unexplored region in the New World. Many other
articles of equal interest are in this section.
This sixteen-page section is particularly attractive, as it con
tains much of local interest. "The Municipality of Washing
ton," by Foxcroft Davis, is an article that will attract the
attention of the whole country. Besides this, it contains the
usual high-class serial and short stories.
The social section of The Herald contains the latest and
most accurate account ofwhat is going on in the fashionable
world, with personal mention of the doings of people known
in Washington and its suburbs.
Music and Musicians
What is going on in this charmed circle is recounted by one
The Woman's Page
Well-known writers contribute to make this feature of value
and help to all its readers.
The stage has two pages devoted to the drama and list of
Autoists, fraternal societies, and other articles of unusual in
terest gathered by experienced writers.
A Big Treat for the Children
The Herald has arranged a big surprise for all its school chil
dren readers. Sunday's Herald will tell you of this surprise,
and we want every parent and school-teacher in Washing
ton, as well as school child, to read the details as they will
appear in a full-page announcement in next Sunday's Her
ald. In addition to other attractive benefits for the school
children, one child will be given $25 in gold.
"How to-Live to Be a Hundred" The second installment
of a series of articles by Physical Director Beckett, of the
Y. M. C. A., deals with exercises and recreation necessary
to a long and happy life. This exclusive feature is attracting
Georgetown vs. North Carolina The Hilltoppers meet the
famous Tarheels in Richmond Saturday for the last big game
prior to the Virginia contest. William Peet, the sporting edi
tor of The Washington Herald, will write the game and
all its details for the Sunday pink section.
Big college football games There is intense interest locally
in the Harvard-Princeton game at Cambridge. The best foot
ball experts in the country will cover this game and others
of minor importance for The Herald.
Bowling on local alleys Mr. Al Machler, recognized as the
leading bowling exponent in Washington, will have several
columns of gossip and comment on the doings of the Capi
tal pin knights. Mr. Madder's breezy style cannot fail to
interest the pin spillers.
Horse racing and other sports In addition to Mr. "L. D.
Sale's weekly Trotter and Pacer, the running tracks will be
given generous space. Boxing, golf, and every other branch
of sport, well written and newsy, will complete The Herald's
pink sporting supplement on Sunday, making it the best in
THE NEWS SECTION
Special attention has been given to secure the latest cable
advices on the tremendous war now raging in the Balkans.
Much thought and study wall be given to the usual political
situation at home, which is expected to be partly cleared at
the polls on Tuesday. "Many of the leading articles. on home
and foreign affairs are illustrated with cuts from the latest
Financial and Real Estate
Especial attention is given to this most importan,tpartof Ihe
dairy newspaper. Mr. I. A. Fleming, the weU-knownjJaancial
writer7 gives his currentcomment as well as" a -weeldy review
of the doings in the business world. s
Sunday s. Herald Is Always Interesting,
and Sometimes Intensely So
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radons Infanta. Maria Tsrssa of Spain.
denrivw Bttnttsror-tBa' tapecud pres
age U tha taaab aad moU aM
XtaB-'AlBBftnaa.1 bar brothar. TtM tton
oi-wouatr at-mt fuaofl aaiocrmoc
JMOft last now. to tha Slatatajah of
KapuTtaaM. who Mma aa a ."show
M-tH.to ansa aaprlas .hoaUOTM,- ap.
PtaHac at fnnctlona waartBaT.aU hla
Jawata. tocUtar.jrKa Jib. wife tha 3U
haraaea. who, howarar. la laai -abla
tbatt;hr-Ua.lord.- Ha: appeal vnr
good natepaa.,yat toera.U tair-Udden
aomathlna: that warni; thoaa -who ap
proach him not -to eall-forth -ilia anftr.
Poor "Infanta Tereaa. had no hlatoiy
with Inddanta to rallara Ita.calm coara.
Htra waa the. hSPpUMaa .to ba provided
with a auftor with whom ahe .could zaii
In love 'and .who 4a aether a one looking
officer. He la. a Bavarian prince with a
maternal strain' of Spanish1 blood. He
baa the degree otJt-D.; aa-haa his
father. Prince Adalbert of Bavaria. His
mother, .the -Infanta Fas, Is, a qualified
hHh nanp. Vtnt th a.r of all the
medical faculties 'combined cannot pre
vent a blood clot In the brain xrom
Infanta Tereaa'a chief character
istic waa eracloiuness. She had fine
eyes and a graceful head and shoulders.
The mouth had tha historic heavy Haps-
burf tmder-Up She was fond of motor
excursions. In which she accompanied
her husband sometimes aa far as Mun
lahl She aimed at a retired Ufe, was
verv charitable, avoided politics and
could not bear to give any one trouble.
iHer sadden death spared her the or-
4eaJ of the lengthy omce for the dy
ing, as solemnised at the death bed cf
SpanUh royalties by numerous ecclesi
astics, lighted tapers In their hands and
Intoning a special litany, rather terrify
ing before promising salvaUon.
Tha Infanta's death la a serious mis
fortune for the royal family. She waa
very popular and exercised a consider
able and excellent Influence over her
brother, the King, who always bad been
devoted to her. She was married to
Prince Ferdinand, of Bavaria. In Janua
ry. UOJ. when her wedding; tfts were
valued at five million franc She leaves
a son and two daucbters. Prince Fer
dinand Is a cousin of his late wife, being
the son of Prince Ludwlc Ferdinand, of
Bavaria, by hla marriage with the In
fanta Paz. daughter of Queen Iaabella.
He waa created an Infante of tspain on
the occasion of his marriage and since
has Hved at Madrid, because he was re
quired by the Wlttelsbach house regu
latlona to renounoe formally both hla
rights of succession to the Bavarian
throne and hts German nationality.
It Is a melancholy coincidence that
King Alfonso's eldest alster. Infanta
Maria- Princess of the Astutrias. also died
after confinement under similar circum
stances. She wss the wife of ranee
Charles of Bourbon-Slclles, son of the
Comte de Caserta. who has since mar
ried the youngest daughter of the Com-
tesae de Paris.
Another Wlttelsbacher has cone to his
reward, Duke Franz Josef in Bavaria
(there is a vast difference In German
heraldry betwerh "in" and the usually
in vogue "von") who died the other day
at Munich at the age of only twenty-
He was a younger son of Duke Karl
Theodor. a nephew of the late Empress
Elizabeth', of Austria, and a brother or
the Queen of the Belgians. He waa a
young man who led a quiet unassuming
life, devoting himself chiefly to sporting
and country pursuits. He was one of
the most popular members of the Wlt
telsbach family. He waa a goason 01
tho Enmnir Tram Josef, who was very
kind to him In many ways, causing him
to ba Invited to Imperial hunting parties
and ctvlnc- him handsome presents. Two
years ago he spent several months in
the United States, and astonished Amer
ica by his simple style of living and his
careful avoidance of the gorgeous en
tertainments of wealthy royalty hunters.
Tt In &lwav9 Dleaslns; to hear a man.
who has led an active life and played a
n.rt In historical events, recall nis
reminiscences, provided he Is not a bore
or an egoUst. Sir Alfred Turner, who
has published his memoirs. "Sixty Years
of a Soldier's Ufe." is neither. The side
lights which the general throws upon
the Gordon relief expedlUon are illumi
nating: and the record of his long expe
rience in Ireland In the SD's of the last
century is well worth reading. Sir Al
fred first went to tne fcmenun jie a
axslstant to Sir Henry Brackenoury,
after the Phoenix Park murdera. Later
he became aide-de-camp to Lord Spencer,
of whose personal character and public
life he Is an aamirer.
On his return from Egypt Sir Alfred
xras appointed to the staff of Prince Ed
ward of Saxe-Weimar, during the vice
rovaltv of Lord Carnarvon. When In
lfS the Unionists returned to office he
was named assistant to Sir Keavers uui
ler when the latter was sent to main
tain law and order In the disturbed dis
tricts of Ireland. Eventually Sir Alfred
succeeded Buller as chief commissioner
la Clsro and Kerry, aervlng under Sir
Michael Hlcks-Ueacn ana mt. uaiiour
The general subsequently was on the
spot through all the eventful years of
the earlier home rule struggle under
Parnell. In fact, upon him fell the brunt
of the conflict of the Balfour regime and
the agrar.an revolt. What he witnessed
from 1SS2 to 1S92 made him an uncom
promising home ruler. In other words,
though the representaUve of a coerclon
lst regime, he was like many other high
officials sent" there personally In sym
pathy with those whom he was charged
to coerce. In his hands the severity of
the law waa tempered by tact, common
sense, and the milk of human kindness.
He boasts with legitimate pride that dur
ing the six years In which he was the In
strument of coercion in the most dan
gerous district of Ireland no human life
was lost by collision between the forces
of order and disorder. England and Ire
land may thank him that In place of this
there was no wholesale bloodshed and
tragedies the memory of which would
never have been forgotten.
Lord Llangattock, who died the other
day. Inherited a large estate in Mon
mouthshire, but the great wealth of the
Rolls family was derived from their Lon
don property. Toward the close of the
eighteenth century the late peer's grand
father purchased considerable property
in the South London sections, in those
days fields and open country, but to-day
thickly covered with houses. The late
lord was a kind and considerate landlord
and very hospitable. He was a leading
breeder of shire horses, shorthorn cattle
Ad Hereford and Shropshire sheep. His
benefactions to Monmouthshire were
most magnificent, restoring several
churches and contributing very largely
to the county charities of every descrip
tion. He was raised to the peerage after
having served as member for Monmouth
shire in Parliament
The Hendre, Lord Llangattock's place
n.r Monmouth. Is a very handsome
house, which contains a valuable library
and ar large and very choice collection of
objects d art. The deer park comprises
LOOO acres, and the estate, which Includes
several wooded hills, afford some 'of the
best pheasant shcoUng In.England.whlle
there are inousanos oi nuooiis la uie
park, and wild duck are reared on a
targe scale. The celebrated wood of
Sarin Is the great preserve at the Hen
dre, and from 1.S90 .to LW pheasants
were usually kUed on the day devoted
to.lt during the annual battues. : .V
The Duke ot.cumDeriana. wnose eiaest
son,'' an Austrian oncer of the guard,
nut a violent death near Berlin In, an
jl.ermt af King JTrederiok-or Denmark, has
removea tn eomn ar sda zainar. ausar
Oeorge v.-of Hanover,; frees' the vroyai:j
vault, at Wlnsor Castle, where K-wae
Placed In JIH. so that tt mar .he retottr-
red in the new family mausoteum near I
waiuraau, wnere wueen jajwia 0wla
Queen Victoria erected a .tablet, to Kls
Oeorge In the nave of m. George's
Chapel, with an inscription, describing
nan as -the last Xing or.Hanover. . Tais
gave offense to the royal family of Han
over aha the Guelph" party generally, so
the tablet waa taken down, and foe ob-
jecUonable- words were erased, .
CITY TO FIGHT
Corporation Attoraey Riher
rtrncted to Prepare Brief
in Tax Case.
RECORD FOB XA1SU0E LICEJTSE
Alexandria, Val. Nov. 1 Acting rav
der orders from State Auditor K. Lee
Moore, Charles H. Callahan, commis
sioner of revenue, to-day assessed the
city gas plant, also the city market.
The former he assessed for tMO.OOO, and
the latter for X60.000. This means that
the city will have to pay the State an
annual tax of RIO on the two pieces of
The payment of auch taxes will, how
ever, lie resisted by the city and a legal
battle will follow. The assessments made
to-day are for the year 1MI, and the
taxes are due December L
Following the assessment of the prop
erty. Mr. Callahan notified Corporation
Attorney S. P. Fisher of his action and
the latter took up the matter with the
finance committee of city council. The
committee Instructed Mr. Fisher to pre
pare a petition to city council to be pre
sented at Its next meeting. looking to
nave the assessment set aside.
Aa soon as the necessary authority la
granted him he will file a peUtion with
the commissioner of revenue and the
commonwealth's attorney to the corpo
ration court on the ground of erroneous
Alexandria County, It is announced,
will assesx the lot recently purchased
by the city as a school site, at Cameron
ana west Streets. Seven-eights of t
lot lies in Alexandria County. This mat
ter, it u announced, shorUy wlU be
taken up by the finance committee of
city council Tor consideration.
Cupid on thr Job.
A total of fifty-two marriage licenses
were issued during October by Jf. S.
Greenaway, clerk of tho corporation
court. Thl Is the record number of
marrlagu licenses Issued during any
month in the history of the court. Of
this number thirty-eight were to white
and twenty to colored couples.
The clerk also recorded fifty-two deeds.
John L. Monroe has sold to John W.
Monroe and wife a three-story brick
dwelling house on the south side of
Prince Street, between St. Asaph and
Samuel G. Brent has purchased from
Dr. D. Jf. Rust, two building Iota In the
east side of Washington Street, between
Wythe and Madison Streets.
Leonard Walker, colored, was fined CO
in police court to-day for damaging a
carriage belonging to James Duncan, a
Walter" Page, colored, driver of the
vehicle, testified that Walker stoned it.
breaking several panels
Mrs. Jane Eliza ball Fairfax, wife of
George K. Fairfax, died suddenly at
4- o'clock jesterday afternoon at her
home at Accotlnk. Fairfax County.
Heart trouble was tho cause of death.
Besides her husband she Is sunlved by
several children. Funeral sen-ices will
be held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon
from her late residence. Interment will
be at Accotlnk.
-Votes of Alexandria.
Owing to the inclement weather,
patrons' day at the public schools here
to-day was but slightly attended. A
number of parents, however, visited the
schools and watched tho methods em
plojcd In teaching their offspring. Ar
rangements will he made for another
patrons' day in the near future.
Fireman Frank Snnford. of the South
em Railway, who was injured yesterday
by the overturning of an engine at Ed
sills Station, la reported considerably
With masses at 6 30 and S.30 o'clock to
morrow morning. All Souls' Day will be
celebrated at St. Mary's Catholic Church
An official visit to Potomac Lodge of
Odd Fellows was pild to-night by Grand
Master Berbeck. or the District of Co
lumbia. Representative Carlln addressed a Dem
ocratic rally at Herndon, Va., to-night.
He was accompanied by several Alexandrians.
Wants Annotate Divorce.
Theodore F. Schumacher yesterday filed
suit for absolute divorce from Esther
King Schumacher, alleging misconduct
and naming a co-respondent. They were
married December 31. 1901. In this city,
and hae one child, whose custody Is re
quested by the plaintiff.
ABE MARTIN SATS:
Next t' a "dyed mustache, nothin'
gives a feller away quicker Jn run
over -heels. v
A feller is never a success as
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Special Notice to Our Customer!.
Our, advertisements next 0an4ayUn the Star, Post,
and Tlmee will contain a valuable coupon, which en--title
the holder to an .article that sella rsaoUrlr for
ioc ii wui oe given awsr free to holder of the
ipon. , j , .-
In a-iword. this cmiar isrtll 1m worth yiv iam
to you. tor It "will secured n 'article which every,
woman can and will waa. ' , ;
:Sturtiay Sale of Tpilctt j
sirularHc sake of Oeautae Packer' Jm
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AjitleepUo Absorbent Cotton, oae-oaaoe a
seeded Mrteag 1 far..,..',, .-,........,
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- Prver'sWell-kaown Jfctracts. lacludlnjr J-
area aad.FWramye, I TreBe, "Sola rega- an.
lady at Hf ova. BUf-onue bottle "C
Daggett 4k RamsdeU's Perfect Cold 7
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listrtUKall luni In cakes. Regular- m
Genuine Contra castiie soap (eat from o
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ert's Nursery Talouta 'Powder: 1-poond
ilVh-grade horated and violet-
taJoum. Regularly SSo can
$30,000 Stock of High-grade Furs
AT HALF PRICE.
A Sale of Fur Coats, Fur Sets and Separate Pieces that Presents tKc
Most Wonderful Array of Savings on Guaranteed Quality Furs Ever
Known. Greatest in Scope and Variety Matchless in Value-giving.
The warm weather that prevailed all during the month of October blasted the hopes of fur
manufacturers for a big fur business. This condition, however, worked out greatly to your ad
vantage, for it enabled us to secure thousands of dollars' worth of High-grade Furs at a tremen
dous sacrifice, and makes possible the most extraordinary values ever offered in Washington.
Pur weather la right on our heels and every woman who Intends buying a Fur Piece or a Fur Coat
this winter should be here to-day to take advantage of the remarkable savings offered. The values in this
sale will not be duplicated again, because It Is impossible to replace on a rising market the furs bought for
this sale for double the price we paid.
The variety of furs Is practically unlimited, embracing, as it does, every pelt in popular favor this winter.
Compare the prices in this sale with those .offered by other stores in their Fur sales, and in every In
stance you will And ours to be from 10 to 25 per cent lower for the same or better values. Furthermore, we
guarantee every Fur Coat and Fur Set in our vast stock, from the least expensive to the costliest, to wear
If desired, we will lay aside until later any Piece of Fur or Fur Coat you may select, upon payment
of a small deposit. Make selections ofPurs for Christmas glfta now and save money!
well-known fact that the cheap Coney and Hare Coata offered around town at low prices do not
That really to Duy a coney rur uoai is uae wasting money, in this sale we have ex
eluded all Coney and Hare Coats and Sets. You will have the satisfaction of knowing that any coat bought
in this sale will wear, and we hereby guarantee every garment for service and satisfaction.
$50 Alaska Red Fox
We shall offer in this sale 13 Gen
uine Alaska Red Fox Sets, in a half
dozen styles to select from: large
one-half barrel two-skin muffs, plain
or trimmed, with very newest 2 and
3 akin scrafs to match; trimmed with
natural heads, brushes, and paws.
Values actually worth J0OOO. Sale
price. 1:5 00.
Very Special $50 Black
Ponyskin Coats, $26.50.
Beautiful Quality. Soft. Lustrous
Black Ponyskin Coats, of specially
selected heavy skins; full length,
with long shawl collar and deep
cuffs; lined with imported serge silk,
changeable charmeuse and satin
Worth $30 00. Sale price. WB0.
$70 Genuine American
Black Fox Sets. $35.
Fashioned of beautiful, silky qual
ity American fox; new sinele-skln
scarf effect, with either large half
barrel muff trimmed with head and
brush, or large, plain pillow muff;
beautifully finished and lined with
Regular HO CO alues. Sale price.
BEAUTIFUL FUR COATS ONE-HALF PRICE.
Genuine Natural Brown Ponyskin
Coats, beautifully marked, soft skins,
full length; large shawl collar and
deep cuffs: lined with extra quality
brocade: finished with buttona or
Worth $110 00. Sale
Genuine Baltic Senl Fur Coats,
trimmed with skunk, raccoon collar
and tuft's. ful kngth: Leipzig dyed
bkins; extra large rolling shawl col
lar, lined with handsome brocade or
Importe.1 serge fiik, nniwira ni
large silk ornaments.
Worth tl" W. Sale
Beautiful Black Russian Ponyskin
Coats, with collars and cuffs of
either black fox or wolf: handsomely
lined with satin duchesse: an excep
tional! v good alue
Worth $ 00. Sale
Russian Ponyskin Coats, of
specially selected very soft ard
exquisitely marked pelts: full
length, cut In the latest style,
with extra deep shawl collar and
cuffs; lined with fine quality bro
cade or satin duchesse. and fin
ished with noelty or plain but
tons or S1IK orna
ments Worth $50 00.
Genuine Northwestern Mink Coats,
made of rich brown kins. cut in the
new loose effect, full length, deep,
broad collar and cuffs, lined with
brocade or satin du-
Worth $100 00. Sale
$3000 Russian Ponskin Coats.
$100 00 Russian Ponyskin Coats.
Genuine Natural Brown Pony
Coats, trimmed with long shawl col
lar and deep cufTs of natural beaver
or fisher raccoon: beautiful. mo Hi.
rich brown f-lclnc l.nH viu ....
- . " ..-.. n.u, eiu
Worth $330 m. Sale
Genuine Northwestern Mink Coats,
of specially selected skins, jbeauti
ful rich brown color, trimmed all
around botton- with border of nat
ural tails and paws: extra long shawl
collar ending with natural heads and
tal.S. deeD Cliff. nKn trtmm -!..
htads and tails; richly lined with
WortL $UV). Sale
Genuine Black Russian Ponyskin
Coats, trimmed with finest natural
Fisher raccoon or civet cat mllnr .n.1
cufTs: long shawl collar to waist Una
and ap cuffs: handsomely lined
wim rciiin oroca&e.
Wortn $1W.0Q. Sale
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UNBEATABLE FUR SET VALUES.
Genuine Blue Wolf Sets, of
high-grade selected skins; large
size scarf with muff to m-Urh:
trimmed with heads and tails;
lined with satin
Worth $30 00.
Extra Quality Pointed I-ox
Sets. of high-grade selected
skins new, whole animal effect
beautifully finished and lined
with peau de cj gne.
1 .11IU .1IVU
Black French Lnx Sets, of rich,
soft, lustrous fur. flat shawl scarf,
with deep, round collar finished with
silk ornaments: large size muff to
match: lined with satin
Worth $12.60 Sale rrlce..
Genuine Jap Cross Noelty Fox
Sets, whole animal effect scarf and
large novelt," muff to match, with
rptn bedding of shirred pcau de
Worth $70 00. Sale
$3 00 Natural Wolf fcets KCJO
$0CO Natural Raccoon Sets. . $3.73
$0.00 Blended Fishe- Raccoon
$00 Fitch Opossum Sets . ...$19 75
Genuine White Iceland Fox Sets,
long, silky, pure white skin-: noetty
animal effect: large size muff to
Worth $25 00. Sale
Genuine Far Eastern Mink Sets,
beautiful sable color and handsome
rich "tripes, extra tine, selected
skins: large deep, plain shawl scarf
and ne-.Kin mun to
Worth $1S CO. Sale
Genuine Natural Skunk Sets, finest
skins obtainable at any price: large
whole animal effect scarf, with extra
size four-skin muff to
Worth $125.00. Sale
Genuine French Seal Sets, choice
of large deep round shawl collar, or
long straight broad scarf, notelty
stripes effect, extra size muff to
Worth $&0i. Sale
Black French Lynx Sets, of extra
oualltv skins; has the appearance of
rich black fox. choice of broad
shawl Hole, trimmed with tails or
whole animal effect: large size muff
to match either scarf: embellished
with silk ornaments; lined with satin
Worth $20,00. Sale
ttks $c &rnnjxitj
It's Going to Be a Quick Sale
Suits and Overcoats, (felj. 7?
Worth Up to $30 Jr,-"-
There is no need" to urge but there is need to warn.
This special offering of Suits and Overcoats is meeting with
bigger response even than we expected so that makes it
imperative that you should not delay. Get in to-day, if you
can- possibly before the assortment is riddled.
You realize, of course, that we could have laid this pur
chase safely away in our-stock rooms until the height of the
season had passed. Instead, we've put it on sale right now,
t when it means more to you tban at any other time.
Both Men's and Young Men's Models Are Included
in Suits, with soft roll or permanent roll in Overcoats, with or with
out belted backs Single or Double breasted. All new in model and
effective in pattern.
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lonp; as he admits it
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