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TIIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 11. 1900.
ING YOU WANT
"Was Not cuantotl
NOW PLAIN MISS CHETWYND.
31ns Ccascil to r.o a rcvns nf the
Uwilni, but Will Soon Ui-come
fg Jr cSTJLours.
With the price always a little less, value considered, than elsewhere.
We never allow ourselves to be undersold.
At Fifty Cents on the Dollar.
rti i . 1 r i 1 i r r?n
H i ne largest purcuase or mgu-graue rancy oiiks ever
if 10 o'clock Monday morning if not delayed y the severe
U storm which is now raging in the East. Thes? silks were
fj purchased from one of New York City's best manufacturers
at about 00c on the dollar. All are of this season s st3lcs
and consist or
Polka Dot Taffetas, Cameo Stripes Taffetas,
Taffetas Broche, Frosted Stripes Taffetas,
H Striped Peau de Cygne, Warp Print Can-
ueie, rasiei rnnt, rersian warp rnni,
Satin Luzon, Louisenes in solid colors.
$1.00, 1.23, $1.50
Err:iL nx cabi.h.
London. Nov 10 (Copi right, ljm. by VC.
"ft. IIcart 1 Much dlcu!-Ioi lin bc'n
coated bv Use peculiar character of the
tllESoIutl. n of the man-lag-' hctn-'on the
3I.irqti!b anil Marchlones- of Anglesey,
which nas pronounced on Tuesday.
In tho case of nn ordlna-y divorce tho
vilfo would retain. If not by right, at any
rito by courtrty and usige. her title and
rank as a peeress of the realm Tho di
vorced wife of the Erl of Con ley retains
her name and rank as Counters of Con ley
In spite of tho protest of her first hnsluii 1.
although she has since married a com
moner, while tho nufce or jioruiorouRii s rt , . c.. T .. 1 - . : n 1. t 1 i
mother never ceased to enjo the portion ;1 made by any bt. Louis retail store will be placed on sale at
end precedence t.f Jlarcmoness or uianu
ford, despite tie fact that her d!vorci-d
husband had married again.
la the Anglesey cace, however. It !" not a
divorce, but an annulment nf the rnarrtase
which ha3 been decreed, and t'ie result of
tliK Is to deprive the Marchioness of her
rai.U, title and prr-eedence as Uidy Angle
sey, and to forcc her to resume her maiden
name of Miss Chetwynd She his ceased
to ho a peerets cf the realm and becomes
once more a commoner.
it is as huch and under her maiden name
that -he will eru ions be led once mor to
thy a tar, this time b Count Herman
Hatzfilut, Fon and --ecretary of the German
.Amoassador here, und ot the latter s Ameri
can v.i'e, who was a Miss Muulton of Al-b-uiy
N 1c Count Herman Is the brothir
of l'tlnve&s r-cuerlck Hohenluhe, the most
intim.ui friend and ud.lsur uf the youuc
t-.la ihiontts, who Is Mil. in her teeus.
uses uf Annulment Hurt-.
'J k tates of this Kind brougnt into the
ii.i,jr-c court are tumcieiitly rare to e
ute :.o end of atltntion when the cuuuc
obtains uny Inkling tiureuf.
Aiming the mubi nuUble instances wa3
that of the late Lad .MllU.s Iter tirtt
marriage, with John Kuck.n was annu ltd
on the tame grounds as those of Lord and
l-arlj Anglesey, mid it was under her
maim " i.ame of Miss Grai that s.lib nas
ir.ani J to the famous painter. Sir Joan
JlilUi who died as preaiaent of the ltual
Then there was Victoria Balfe. daughter
of tho famous composer of "Uhe liohem en
Girl." Her tlrat husband was old fair John
Crampton, Brltibb I2nvoy at WashliiS.on at
the time of the Crimean ar M.e in
Madrid his wife became Infatuated n.th the
Spanish Duke of I'riua. On be oir.itij, aware
or this, old Sir John chivaltoutl Insisted
Uiat his wife sue for an annulment of the.r
union, which he declined to d fend, ind
after judgment had been pronouimea in h.r
favor she was married, under her maiden
name of M1S3 Victoria Iialfe. to the Uuko
Still more sensational was the case of the
piece of General the Msrquii da (jaliifet,
(until recently Minister of War in Fian-e
Bhe allowed herself to be aoducied fiom
school in Prance b 1'aul Musurus Ley. ejii
nf the Turkish Ambassador in Lonuon and
brother of the Princess de Brar.uOan, bhe
was married to him in h.ns,land
lionttllt) of EukUsU Soelftr.
But, inasmuch as iihe had fuhed to securo
tho consent of her guardian. General de
Gslllfet. and cf her wlJowed tnuiher, the
3Jarquise d'imt court, to the inaii-h the lat
ter was annulled by the Trench courtb. and
after en interval of a tew months, which
the bride of the -ung Turkish dip omat
pent under restraint in a foment, bhe was
married under her maiden name of Mho
d'Imecoart to Prince Kraft Hdlieirtohe
At least half a dozen other cas'-s of tho
Wnd could be mentioned, and v hlle society
U supposed to be indulgent In the case cf a
mero divorce, It manifests the rao-i pro
nounced animosity to women who hate de
manded an annulment of their marriage
English bociety. following the example of
the court, showed itself relentlesi toward
Iadv Mlllats and It was only In defererc"
to the ding entreaty of Sir John Millais
conveyed by Princess Louise, Duchess of
Argyll, that Queen Victoria consented to
receive in private, but not In public audl
nce, the ladv who. prior to becomlp; Uidy
Miilai-, had tori.2 the name of Mrs. John
ROOT WANTS LARGE ARMY.
General Miles Insists S.".(i00 Men
, Should Ue tlie Limit,
. rrEn-T 1 1. special
Washington, Nov. 10. General Miles is
busy on tho draft of his army reorennlza
tlon bill, to be presented to Congress i..
TX'cembcr. Secntary Root's exports are also
Xreparin? r. bill.
General Miles favors an army of approx
imately S3.0) His bails of representation 1"
Ltft) men out of eery million of population.
This would make 7G.0C0 men, but he 13 aware
that thcte i an Increase demand- d for the
nrtlllery arm, say, of about 9.y or 10.000
Tho War Dc-partment Idea Is a standing
nrmy of 103X) mtn If the rcommndatloiis
of the Marino Corps are carried out. there
will lw an Immediate lncrae of 4.000. It
lias been sjggestcd officially however, that
the Marino Corps shall consist of 20.0TO In
tb.8 event tint Congress adopts this sug
Rexflon. thei-e will be u standing army of
rractlcally 120,0i) men.
General Miles's Idea of 83 00 men Is not
based on any war contingent.) Ue believes
that the army at oil times should be con
stituted on tio ratio of 1,000 out of every
million of population."
Tho War Department will urge Iti bill, ir
remectlve of the reasons assigned by Gen
eral Mlle. nnd principally because It be- t
Heves that tho trouble In the Philippines
will continue to demand a force of 100.000 ,
to draw from. "o that TO.OuO men shall re
main In the East untii the Insurrection has t
"been quellptl. I
There will, of courso, be a factional ft?ht
In Congress over the merlt9 of the bills of
General Miles and the War Department I
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SEES THE TRADE
eh Agata-Ware fi
h Safa io Buj,
and not lill then.
lurk in Agate
without this .
muk there Is
A recent anal- if.
makes show- fgs SJB& A
edmeverj'in- st;pi-i5 jiM
stance one ct e T &t...y
these three poisons as t: s- r.''Vj
apart of theircoatint;, itTlYxW,
VIZ.! ARbLNIl-, LtAD'-"
and ASriMONY. Ji;
Ech Coolnne Utensil l
vKmstAcnnn Hif frinf f-V.'
M.'.nf fi T t- n i r
Agate Nickel Steel
Ware has, besides
a label attached
tificateas a guar
ABSOLUTE SAFETY. ;
&ti. mr iitH II ootid, of ilttl ;,'
Intel-fit t trrrrbturaUi. M-
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We are always very busy before
the holidays, and the newest and
most popular fad in this line of
work Photo -Miniatures trans
ferred on China and porcelain
plates, copied from any photo
graph. To introduce this novel and
beautiful work, we make a special
offer for this week a handsome
ly decorated China Plate, with
hand painted photo-miniature, for
Our new line of miniature rims
for the holiday trade is now on dis
play. We guarantee the best work
in this line.
Tt is none too earlv to place or-
p ders Intended for holiday gifts.
Orders should be sent in at once
and will be promptly filled at our
Miniature Dept., at Olive street
entrance. Send for our free illus
Complete assortment of warm
Gloves and Mittens to fit all sizes
nnd all styles Infants, Chil
dren and Ladies all wool, heavy
rj kid, unlined and lleece-lineu lviu
r?. -si 1 tfWln,iL- mutm Mnrol.
UlOVL'S .Hill -mill""' m". "J "-
ties, both stylish and comfortable.
INFANTS" nll-tvool Mittens 10c, 10c, 2c,
Zm. UC and yjc
"BOYS 'double wool SUttens 13c. 20c. 23c,
MISSES' Scotch Wool Gloves 23c. Sc
BOTE Scotch Wool Gloves :3c. .TV:. EOc
LADIES' Scotch Wool G'.ove Izc, 3jC
rnr. 7c Jl 00
HOYS" Kid or Mpcha. fleece-lined Gloves
-LADIE3' KIJ Seece-llned Glovcs-:c,
LADIES kid or Mocha Ceece-llned
Mittens 30c T3c. $1.00. trlM.
LADIES Genuine Mocha Gloves
unllueil-Sl 00 and II .30
LADIES" Pl'iue Kid Gloves JLW, JI-SO,
LDIES" EngUih Walking Gloves
Cloths and Flannels.
lta'r's will jrive you another we-ek to
bu Golf Cloth. Bouclo CloaklnR. rur
Hack Heavers, at a ureal reduction J2.-a
quality for 1130 t-OO quality for 51.00
Jack Trost has made his appearance and
will stay for cood.
Our sales In plain and fancy FRENCH
TLANNEL for Shirt Wal-Us are Increas
ing every day don't surprise ua a bit.
E-.crv lady In town know that Barr'a
are showini; the largest arid best arbort
ment. at moderate prices We are show
ing over 73 different stvles In Persian de
signs alone, for Wrappers, Dressing
Barque?. Shirt Waists, etc.
SS-lnch Eiderdown Cloaklnga In all the
leadlnc ph.idcs for ric per ard up.
Over 123 dozen Ladles' full size Flannel
Skirt Patterns to select from tOc. 73c,
tl CO to $2 Co each.
P. S. A few pieces left of our E9c Mo
reen Pklrtinc. In brown, blue lavender,
gieen purple and cream, at 25c per yard
a Special Bargain.
double wool Mittens 20c,
We sold double the amount of
Wash Goods as in October of last
year. We are resolved to do like
wise in November. We know that
our prices will do it.therefore this
10 000 yards of Mill nnd. G to 12 d.,
Everet's classics, worth loc to J-."-.-. at 6o
KM pieces full fleeced heavy twill Vicuna
Flannelettes, Just the Roods for thhf
weather at I0e a yard.
100 pieces Cocheco and Pactllc Comfort
Calicoes rlrh dark colors at 72c n vuitl.
300 pieces CG-lnrh China navy ami red
ground tlsured Penality llc a vard
10) pieces Amokeas apron Ginghams,
in all the staple and fancy checks Cc J
y a rd.
;n-vj pieces Trench Flinnelettes, copies
of Henr'etta and French Flannels on red,
gray, nay, helio and pink grounds 13c
1(0 pieces KMnch Eclic"e Cheviots In
new, ilark patterns, for shirts, waists,
and petticoats 13c a jaid.
The Shoe Sale has not quite ex
hausted the bargains. There'll bo
enough, and good ones, for Mon
Ladies' Fine Kid Luce Shoe-, coin toe,
kid tips regular value. S2.39 Monday,
Ladles' best Box Calf Lace Shon,
1ln k r jiaIap .- f-l trtaat- In 4a1 n . 1 1
, , m . , 1 H'CclVJ' 3UCft IUUIIU lWrJ "II lUCltl H lift-
ool Mittens, single or double saoe regular value. 12 GO Monday.
We've selected .55 of our hand
some Hats some were J.").l)0,
some 20.00, and none less (ban
S1S.00 and marked them 10.00,
leaving the choice to you at that
one price. Come a little early
Monday morning the bargains
are well worth the extra exertion
of an early start.
S7 new Hats for Monday In all the new
ideas fur, flowers aid I.iccs combined
115 new Turhans, Rll the late Ideas at
f.3 00 oich .ill made of tho best and lat
You can get a walking hat cheap from
our 6lock; all the very latest Ideas.
New Books Received.
P. Marion Crawford's "Palace of
the King," which has been drama
tized and is to be played here next
week by Viola Allen.
The Queen Versus Illlly and Other Sto
ries by Lloyd Osbourjie.
A Bicycle of Cathay by Frank K.Stock
ton. A Woman Tenderfoot by Grace Scton
The Men of tho Merchant Service by
Frank S Hullen.
"Americans," Charles Dana Gibson's
new book ef drawings.
Choice Complete Assortments in
Youths' and Boys' Fine Clothing.
Big assortments and values in all dependable low
priced lines. But in the very finest and best is where we
COAIBINATION SUITS Ages 6 to M Navy Blue
Diagonal Worsted, Cht:Viot and Brown and Grav Pute
Wool Cassimeres Suit, extra pair of Pants and Cap to
match Suit alone as good as the usual $5.00 Suit
E.itire outfit, $3.98.
RUSSIAN BLOUSE SUITS AND OVER
COATS Ages 2 to 8 years. We've plunged on
this style so extremely popular with the fashion
able mothers. Over forty different lines to choose
from, all new, choice and very elegant $5.00 to
YOUNG HEN'S SUITS Ages 14 to 20. Made
expressly for fashionable youths. Blues and
black and choice extreme novelty suitings
$10.00 to $12.50 and $15.00.
Ages2 to S. FR BOYS -Ages 8 to 16 Single or doable '
$6 to$l2.50 breasted coat with either single or double breast
ed vests or without vests Made of the choicest,
best suitings to be had, an elegant assortment $7.00 to $12.50.
BARR'S $5 SPECIAL About forty styles to choose
from; the best suit ever sold for a boi , age 7 to 16 years, at the
BOYS' OVERCOATS Ages 7 to 16 Oxford and Cambridge, gray, olive, tan,
brown and blue ; vicunas, friezes, whipcords, terseys, etc. All splendidly tailored
coats, $5 to $12.50.
On Barr's Central Table for Monday
we shall place a new material, "Danish
Cloth," specially adapted for waistings,
dressing sacques, house gowns and misses'
wear comes 22 inches wide, 18 different
colors, part wool and only 15c a yard. Be
sure to see them!
$3.00 for 66.00 Tea Gowns.
S-L00 for S3 00 Tea Gowns
$5.0. for S10.00 Tea Gowns.
56.50 for S12.G0 Tea Gowns.
$7.50 for 515.00 Tea Gown.
Continuation of the Great Challie Sale on Monday
inches wide, all wool and only 39c a yard.
40-inch all-wool Henriettas, only 50c a yard.
40-inch all-wool Homespuns, only 50c a yard.
oG-tnch all-wool Plaids, only 75c a yard.
54-inch all-wool Homespuns, only 85c a yard.
52-inch all-wool Broadcloths, only $1.00 a yard.
N. B. New Blues, Browns and Grays just opened in
plaid-back Golf Suitings.
Cloak and Suit Dept.
Is fully entitled to the distinction of "great." We sell more ready-to-wear
garments in this department of Barr's than are sold in the com
bined stocks of the three next largest cloak departments in St. Louis.
The reason? better made and lower prices. This week's values eclipse
all previous ones; that's the way we mean to go on, reaching out for
the best to give our public.
Orders taken for I"ur Garments of all kinds. Furs romodeled and
repaired at reasonable rates. Expert furrier in charge.
These are a magnificent lot of garment materials, are Silks, Hen
riettas, Cashmeres, French and German Flannels; colors are light
pink, light blue, black, navy, cardinal, royal, lavender, brown, green
in fact, every desirable shade and combination all are elaborately
trimmed with lace and ribbon. All at half price, as follows:
$8.50 for 616.50 Tea Gowns.
$10.00 for S20.00 Tea Gowu.
$15.00 for 530.00 Tea Gowns.
$20.00 for $40.00 Tea Gowns.
$35.00 for 570.00 Tea Gowns.
Girls' Long Cloaks.
A to 14 Year.
These are indeed swell coats made in all materials, both smooth
and rough effect- kerseys bouc es, cheviots, coverts and plaid back
folf materials with and without capes ail colors, reds, blues, tans,
castors and browns plain ind fur and braid trimmed Empire Coats
especially adapted for 4 and 6 year-old girls Gretchens in all sizes
from 4 to 14 years prices one-half regular.
$2.98 for 86.00 Long Coats. 56.98 for S13.50 Long Coats.
$3.9S for -S7.50 I.oug Coats. $8.50 for 516.50 Long Coats.
54.08 for $10.00 Long Coati. $10.00 for 520 00 Long Coats.
$5.98 for 512.00 Long Coats. $12.00 for $25.00 Long Coats.
Ladies' Winter Wraps and Coats.
Our stock of Winter Garments is most complete and beautiful. It
contains swell Velour and Ve-vet Etons and Blouses magnificent
Cloth, Velvet, Golf and Fur Capes innumerable styles in Cloth Auto
mobiles, Box Coats, Bio lses and Etons in all colors and sizes. Also
complete stock of Fur Coats. Our Monday specials are:
At 53.75 Box Coats of heavy all-wool cov
ert cloth, in tan, castor and blue silk
lined throughout, 26 inches long half
oox tiaclc, lull box iront JJU -Tsi
VJl7. M t-'
a regular $12.00 coat for .
At 610.00 Magnificent Box Coats, made of
heavy black and Oxford Venetians,
monteaac-i and cheviots; black velvet
collar; lined throughout with guaran
teed black satin; revers faced with black
peau de soie silk; entire garment beau
tifully finished with tailor stitcbing
real value 515.00, H-i ( ff
foronly k4l VJ. JJ
At 513.50 (Like illustration) Beautiful
Kersey Box Coats, elegantly tailored,
all satin lined, both coat and storm
collars, with and without fur revers and
collars; all colors red, castor, tan.
blue and black
Vs " iVv
$20.00 Brand-new Automobile Coats,
made of fine kersey, satin lined, all
colors; both high and low collars; best
of tailorin.il sterline i?0k fi
Thla SUn-LInf1 no Coat 513.50. yalues at IlWjS&v.W
$25.00 for 840.00 Near Seal Coats. We vrill sell Monday 60 more of those hand
some Near Seal Coats, lined with satin; both fur and lining guaranteed for 2
years; high storm collar, perfect fitting and best of style tQ Z AH
regular 640.00 coats for only f)itiJJJ
Other fine lur Jackets at 30.00, 545.00, $57.50, 6S5.00, 5115.00 and 5125.00.
About 5,000 bcauti ul Flannel Walst3 in this lot, and in the fol
lowing grand assortment of colors cream, black, light blue, light
pink, gray, tan, steel gray, old rose, violet, bluet, cadet, golf red,
brown, dark red, green, automobile, royal lavender and navy all are
beautifully made some arc plain, some are tucked, pleated, trimmed
wi.h braid and stitched taffeta, others are piped with satin to match,
while others are silk embroidered with dots and figures all sizes in all
colors Prices as follows:
98c for 52.00 Flannel Waists. $2.98 for $5.00 Flannel Waists.
$1.98 for 54.00 Flannel Waists. $3.98 for S6.50 Flannel Waists.
$5.00 for 57.50 Flannel Waists.
Golf and Rainy-Day Skirts.
In this purchase were a thousand Short Skirts of every style, ma
terial and color plain and plaid-baqk cloths smooth and rough
effects grays, tan", browns, Oxfords, blues and blacks all have deep
hems with tailor stitcaing both plain and flare styles.
S3.9S for 57.50 Skirts. $5.00 lor $10.00 Skirts.
$7.50 for 912.00 okirts.
Alpaca Petticoats. Sateen Petticoats.
We have made a big purchase from
one of the leading Eastern makers of pretty
Petticoats he uses silk, brilliantine and
sateen. The silk ones come first they
cost more, too, but they are bargains at the
$7.00 Black Silk Petticoats for $4.98.
$8.00 Colored Silk Petticoats for S5.98.
$12.00 Colored and Black Silk Petticoats for
$15.00 Colored Silk Petticoats for $9.98.
$16.00 Colored and Black Silk Petticoats for
$18.00 Colored and Black Silk Petticoats for
A lot of kie-li-class norelties in colored and black
silk Petticoats at $15.00, $18.00, $20.00
and $25.00; regular price $22.50, $25.00,
$30.00 and $37.50.
$1.75 Black Coutill Petticoats for 98c
$2.00 Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats for
$3.00 Black Mercerized Sateen Petticoats for
$3.75 Black Alpaca Petticoats for $2.25.
$4.00 Black Alpaca Petticoats for $2.75.
$7.00 Black Alpaca Petticoats for S5.50.
$8.00 Black Alpaca Petticoats, silk flounce, for
Black Dress Goods.
Every price quoted to-day is on
goods that are the most popular
of the season's fashionable black
S3-Incli black all-wool Poplin, worth 73c
El-lnch black all-wonl One Cheviot, reg
ular value; SSo only Cc.
12-lnch black Mohair Plerola Cloth, lat
est stles 73c.
4S-lnch black all-wool French, Venetian,
lS-lncb black all-wool French Benga
llne or Crjstal Cord J1.C0.
57-lnch black Camel's-Hair Cheviot
best value ever shown Jl..
Novelties in Black Silk and Wool Bro
cade Crepe dn Chine, and Matelasses lor
separate skirts Just received.
rtoyal Scotch Vellum In two sizes
colors, pink and violet II sheets and 24
envelopes 25c a box.
Box Scaling Wax. 6 sticks, assorted
colors 20c a box
Seals single letter In wreath 20o.
We contracted to receive a cer
tain amount of linings but we
didn't contract as to weather con
ditions so with only a short sea
son ahead of us we've concluded
to mark down prices on
10.000 pieces of Slater. Wooda & Edwards'
KDRlish Cambric In all colors, at 4Hc yd.
00 pieces Silk Finish Taffeta In fast
black and new dress shades, at 13c a yard.
1.0C0 Percallnes In fast black, grays,
tans, browns and rchtte. at 15c a yard.
2M pieces padded black back Sateens
regular 2Jc Roods at 16c a yard.
600 pieces Spun Glara In fast black and
staple and fancy shades, at COc a yard.
00 pieces all Flax Linen Canvas, blade,
brown ahd slate at 15c a yard.
109 pieces 82-Inch Imported Surahtlae,
full mercerized, all colors 50c a yard.
2"0 pieces fancy Skirt Linings, yard
wide goods, worth 23c all co this week
at 10c a yard.
Our New Art Gallery
Is now open to our public. Handsomely framed oil paintings hang on
the walls. Among them a delightful bit of woodland scenery by Deussd.
A quiet Moor.and Scene, with sheep feeding.
"The Naughty Grandson," by Caracci.
Danius's "Temptation of St Anthony."
"An O d Rustic Bridge," the lovers standing on the bridge in the
twilight, evidently rehearsing the old, old story.
'A Quiet Smoke," by Rollo.
The soft crimson velvet and carefully shaded lights make it a de
lightful spot to spend a leisure hour.
The paintings are all for sale, and the tiniest among them would
make a very handsome Christmas or wedding gift.
ADVANCE SALE OF HOLIDAY UMBRELLAS.
It will pay to select Christmas presents from this special
lot. They are all j and J-j less than their regular value,
and all styles for ladies or men. Plain and fancy handles,
divided in two lots.
Lot No. 1 Ladies' or Men's Twilled Union Silk Umbrellas
with steel rods, Paragon frames, solid silver trimmed natural
wood, pearl, Dresden, ivory handles, worth up ff" ff f
to $3.00. Price for any style, each iT) A -O 3
Lot No. 2 A very fine Twilled Uniou Silk Umbrella for
ladies. Fancy pearl, Dresden, ivory handles with solid silver
trimmings. Also men's finest turze and boxwood hand'es
and carved ivory handles. Umbrellas worth
up to $7.00. Choice of entire lot, each
uujiwuuu nana es
Rellef for Stout Women
This Corset will be demonstrated and
fitted for the next two (2) weeks by an ex
pert corset nrter irom rew York. It is the
only corset made that positively reduces
the abdomen for stout women. Dressmak
ers praise it, for it assures a perfect-fitting
gown. No other corset can be like it.
Made with the straight-front effect. Prices
are, lor white, Drab and
Come In and be fitted.
All sites, in better quality,
wnaieDones, wnite ana