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COUGHS AND COLDS
AND ALL TROUBLES OF
THROAT AND LUNGS
PROMPT USE WILL OFTEN PREVENT
PNEUMONIA AND CONSUMPTION
PRICE SOc and $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
Tschano u & Bros.
New Traction I, hie.
, Columtiu, p.. April 13 The Colum
j lus.i Kchtm '& TolcVlo Traction coiji-
iny linn siHKca ol me puiilrc utilities
commlssloti authority to Issuo $50,000
In stock ii ml $1,375,000 In .bonds for
tl'q ipurposo of building u new trai
tlo'fi lino from' ColUmbus to Klndlay,
to wonn'wt thero for u direct route ip
Toledo. ThH jictltlon replaces n rslip
llur one nsklngrfor more money', rti
cently Died by tho Vnltinnbus, Urbahii
A Vcstorn Traction cbhftiany.
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Clover Leaf Hour is inurte at homo
Il'rf' the' best lour madi, too. See?
KMHKK X W X X XXXXH
X TKLEanAPlIIO TAniXMDS X
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New York Answering a letter cri
ticising him for placing the "filth,
blaBphcmy and cruelty" of tho bible
beforo young ladles, Mayor Oaynor
wrote "only it nasiy inlnd" could sea
i these 'things.
New York- A pi'dlre search was be-
cun today for the dog of Madame
-NoWfc-ft', 'tile 'ntnk'ef: TheilCf? Mnryed
ultcr being; .punjuhrd for tiding to
' 'Now York Under Hie whl or his
r 1 f i - - i .
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That we arc fitting
furnaces for gas at
the actual cost of
material and no 1
charge for laboi?
Let us give you
an estimate on your
Burn gas, and
take life easy. Who
likes HTioke,., coal
dust and ashes.
s AND DAVIS
llccogulriNl na (tio lilglicbt.
'grndo pfuuo bold In Marlon.
Tills piano Is sold to you (IliWt
by us, snilni; middle prollU).
60I0 Agciils least Church.
Cut Rate Meat Market
122 East Center Street
late wife, Harold Hcmson will receive
a legacy .or $5 .t( be paid In 100 In
htallmcnto. New Yoilc A moving picture, audi
once retimed t leave the theater when
the manager stopped tho ciitorta'nment
bendsb' of n, lite, Tho roof burned
avav' while the film waa finished.
Chicago Louis PJedlo has been or
dered b Judge Goodnow to make nil
more demands on hit wife to serve
rnlons With his dinner. A quarrel ovJ
cr onions' caused lllcillo to desert his
Chicago "Tho UMy Is ti growing
rnvtiKo The sclmol educates him; the
homo lolgas iinl feeds lilm. It's up to
the Sunday school to clvlllzo him,"
eyn Uov. C. H. Hall, secretary of the
Cook County Sunday fc'cliool associa
tion. Milwaukee 'Mary Swain Wagner,
president of tho 'American Suffragettes
has prepared a bill for the legislature
to 'put tho ban on the protruding hat
pin. Krle. Pn.-Aflcr working for two
years mn.iucrudlng as a man. Alex
andria Ko.loiwaku Keloskl, 20, faintest
from overwork Shu said she donned
men's clothing to search for her hue
hand wlm disappeared three years' ago
at Gary, ind.
Philadelphia Arthur M. I'resinonl,
a Juplor In the University of fonnsy
innla, has' patented his Invention iK
a poe'leet In women's stoeklngM. H'e
claims It IS absolutely uuncccoslblc t,"
Mrn.ilta.v AitliQH)' JIapillton.
Btudlo 327 8. Statq. IMiono T2.
A Clillil JJM.'
New York, April 13. A dozen d
tetivea rtnd Hcores of volunteers
r.earchnd today for Annlq Upya,relj
rud ten-moiit)is-oUl Ruth Fleish
man n Th" Bovarsky girl plckou uV
tn( ba' from Its carrlago bofore the
Mount .Slnal hospital on Thursday,
and no traco of elthir has been found
A half-heUrtcd effort to drag Cen
tral park lako was ibeguu 1oday, 'but
the police do not bellovo that clthoi
the girl or baby U dead. Miss Boyar
sky for somo time has been a lctlm
of demntl that took tho form of an
nl normal maternal Instinct, and tht
'pillc( believe uho Is carefully carlnE
for tho 'bjiby somowhore. She took
with the child a blanket from tho bab
carriage, and a feeding bottle.
Tho girl has not boon near her
I ome, or near any of her relative!
shico Tiiursdny, and the polleo haVf
searched every posMtjIc hiding plauf
without renult. Tho pirents of tlii
child aro almost prostrated with grief
Flrbt Chrltlan Climcli. '
Cor N. Main and Farming streets,
Harry E. Sllnson, mlnlstor.
lllblo Hehool. 9:3a a. in. W. II
Communion, 10:15 a. m.
Christian Eimetivor ti:3o p. m. Sub
ject, "How Can We Knilcli Our Hall
baths?" Leader, Mrs. A. O. I.llley.
'Mld-woek prayer meeting Wcdnns'
day ovonlng, 7:30 p. in,
drop suoy supper Thursday nvonlnt'
a !i o'clock.
Kverybody Invited to one nnd till
of our meetings.
J, S. Ijiingor, 'M, T tho eye, car
U08o and throat specialist, lms to
moved ills offico from the Loffloi
block to tho Foyo building opposlU
tho Marlon hotol, No. 13S 1-2 East
Center street. I am hotter equlpper1
than ever for testing ami llttlng ithi
eyes with glasses; treating all formi
of catarrh and discuses of tho oye, ear
noao and throat, 4-1-tl
Waxhlngton, April 13. Antlclpatlne
a (lca'dlouk In the coal trlk confer-
erre. thn 1ioiiki 1ntirMtatn rniimiftit-r
commlttoo Is planning to rimh an
omorgonoy nn"nsuro through provid
ing federal mediation.
Tho hill of UoprosonUitlvo Lcc
Deinocrat, Pennsylvania, Is selected
I'V tho committed for favorabln r(Mort
Tho measure oxton'ds tho arbitration
rrovislon of tho ICrihiuin act to laboi
controversies In tlio coal Holds. Tin
rirdm'ai la.v now applleo only to rail-
toad labor disputes.
Idibor ''ommlssloner NollI and Judgi
Knami of tho cninmorco court, wll'
appear .Monday boforo tho commltto
In iircn narlv nassaco of thn hill
ChalnnMn Ailamson, of tho committee
plnnH to ropnrt It to tuo house with a
reniiost for lmmedlato notion. for
concurronco by tho sonato and avail
ability as a pc-aco meusi'ro If tho coal
eoutWwcgo lots Up between tho two
big steam fdiovcl plants and on Hie
Car lino. U
THl MJUtlOHDAILT MHUtOR, 8ATPKDAT) ATBH. 13, 1012.
Tho Survival of Judaism Bo
causo ib Recognizes tho
Right Prinicples in So
United Press Leased Wire.)
Baltimore, Md., April 13. Express
ing tho conviction that Judaism will
survive dcBplto the Inroads of modern'
Ism and Socialism und the new
thought, and prophesying that all
men will BUisn acknowledge that
through Israel alono Is "tho Voice of
the Kord with power,'' Itabbl Harry
II Mayer of Kansas City, Mo de
livered a striking lecture at Madison
Avenue tcmplo at tho Sabbath nervlco
which fomaljy opened the 23rd annual
convention of the Central conference
of American rabbis
"Tlio vvcaknoss of model n sociology,"
said Ilabbl Mayer, ."la that at times
It tends to play Into the hands of
Srclallsm. The llehtcvv prophets ch
caped this pitfall by supplementing
tho preachment of eoclnl Justice with
the doctrine of Individual righteous
ness as the Inescupublo condition that
must precede tho reign of social Jus
"Tho modem Socialists," wild thol
rabbi, "fall Into tho error of regarding
Individual righteousness, not as a con
dition antecedent to but a condition
consequent upon social regeneration.
Poverty and Inequality will not bo
wiped out when tho r'ght kind of so
cial' conditions aro Himly established,
miles the nluc of the individual soul
Is clearly perceived dud tho tendency
to magnify tho Impoitnnco of the ag
gregate ninny avoided."
, It Is expected it radical stand against
Jclvs becoming members of the Chris
tian Sclonco fnlth' may bo taken. A
strong protest t will plso h'e made
ugnlnst misrepresentation of Jewish
character In modern vaudeville.
Field' peas and rape seed nt tho
Toledo, O., April 13. Wheat Cash,
1.01 1-2; Mav. I .os 1-8; July, 1.07 fi-8;
Hcptember, 1.06 1-8.
Corn-Cah, 81 1-1; July, 81: July,
Sf. 3-1; September. 79 3-4. '
O.ita-Cash, 60 1-1; May, 01; July,
07; SeplPinl'cr, 47.
Hve Cash. IB
Cloverfcecl Cash. 12.85: A
t tobcr, H75; No, 2, 12.05; N
No. 3, 12.60
rejected, 12.20. wi'l . ,
Ahilko Cash, 12.50: Augustt 0 30. i,
'TlintitHv-CaHlirtfSO; .Ajirll, .6 80..
Uuttuv ikss nnd hay Unchanged. .
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C'cvc'nml, Apill in.IIngHl.Qfjp ;oc
tnglicr; .hrnyles, 7.8fl; mlc.d,' yorkoijn
a Ml llshti 7.9V. pigs, fifiO. ,
Cattlo 5 cars; firm, i i i i
Sheep and lambs 5 1 cars: cllpsi j7
top. ' . r
Calves 100: 8.50 top.
fHIIOAOO filtAIN. J
Ch'cagp, APill 13. WheatTrMajj i(
3 1-4; July up 1 3-8. ,
Corn-OIay, up 3-4; July up lcJ(( '
Oats May down 1-4: July up. ,18. 1,
Provisions higher. .,, ,'
Wheat May onon 1.00 1-2. elosn .1.03
3-4; July open 101 1-2, c'oso 1.05 7-8.1
Corn May open 73 7-8, close 79 5-8;
Julv open 77 7-8. doso 78 7-8.
Oats May open 68 1-2, clo3o 58 1-4:
July open f5, close 55 1-8.
Pory May open 17.63, closo" 17.57;
Julv open 17 90. closo 18.00. -
Lard Mav ooen 10.10. closo ' 10.20!
July open 10.32, close 10.40.
Itlbs May opon 0 95, closo 9.97; July
or en 10.15, close 10.17.
CTIHOAdO lilVIC KTOOfC.
Chicago, Alii 11 13. Hoes necnlntn.
5.00?; innrket, ipilet. G to 10c jilglier;
m'xed and butchetK. 7 COfD 7 90: cocxl
hesvy. 7.5p7.95j lough hqavy, 7.50, fj
7C5; Jlgit, 7,.jpifj7 85; pigs, 6(f(7.25, ;
.Liu-(ivvciiia, juu, m imci sioauy;
l-roves, C.I0(Jj87O; cows nnd hclfe,rs.
2C0j6.75; stockers nnd feeders, 4.25
0.60; Toxans, ,J.5gj(5 90; calves, BQ 8.2.1.
Slieoii Peqelpts, 1,500; maikutj
tlcmly; natlvo. 4 40(f).3,5: western, 4.50
017: lambs, native, 5.65J),7.75j western,
PiTTsnmta uvn stock.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 13,-Cattln
necolpts, light; market, steady; cholco
7 25r8.10; good. C.50Q7: Talr. 5.75Q0.25;
voll' calves, 808 25.
Sheep and Iambs rtecolpts, light:
mnrkot, slow; prlmo wothcrs, 6.30)
-..50; good mixed, Bftfi 25; fair mixed,
1.50W 1.8.1; lambs, 45J7.25; spring lambs.
IIog8-neceI)ts, light? market, nc
tlvo: prlmo heavy hogs, 8.10(18.15;
mediums, 8.15118.20; heavy vorkors, 8.15
flS.20; light ynrkors. 7.50(it7,70; pigs, b
f(6S5; roughs, 6.75if?7.25; slags. 5,75
wmsvirnMo ijtvh: KToorc.
I.ouhv1IIo. Ky, April 13. iCattlc
rtecnlpls 50; 2 7.
Hogs .Itccolpts 1,200; 4ft7 70.
TCAKT nnTOH) MVR KTOOK.
Kost lluffalo. N. Y, April 12 Cat-
Tho great Wood and
nerve R'bmedy, $1.00
bottlo, now 25c.
T & CO.
Drug Store I
Co. Main & Center Sts.
You aro not too dig
nified for a IIEID
CAP. Tho beat clrcsier In the
country,. younB nnd old, aro
It la tho gentleman's cap.
Marx Bros 6 Hess
tie It""eltxts 50 hc.id market tictivo
iinu nieau, prime Meets i iOr()S.'B; .
butcher gr.idcs 3 5or ;
Calves Hecolpls .ISO head; market
f..lrly active; UII to holr(, It. ftOfy 8.7(1.
Bheeti inj lninht Itcrelpts 1.000;
mnrket ncth'o; cholte lambs S.SOdr
8 00; cull to fair 7ffis, jc.irllngu 75
. - r.iv niia.iti .T.r.nffii; r.n
i v -- "
Hog Heci.lpts 3.400; market ao-",",u,,u ,"- "mn miciuiu uppon hit.
live andjjtca.ljfr orkits Sii(R.IC; pigs s,10"l, chorlh hgr, but he does pot in
0 05(Ii.7&; mixed s.lOffi 8.20; honvv "'""' ca,'e8 lr shoj goiis with lilm
StTS.lo; roughs 7fi 7 25, stag0f(T'C.2S.iwl,1","t tlio cuiemony of marriage.
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NEW Y'OIIK PHOmiGK.'' '
Now YorJc, A'prll 13. Klour-MIod-er.'itcly
actlycAfnd firm. ".
Pork 'Firm; 'inw low 10.50.
Iird-r-Strong; middle wost etpot
fjug-.ir iltaw dull, centrifugals, 00
tost, 1.05; mliFcovodo, 89 tost, 3.53:
rdlned, dull; out loaf II. 10:, -crushed 0
powdered 5.30SjjI5.40, granulated 5.20
ffi B.3C. V
r-,-- tl x. .... ,t. M . I , - c -
rrY T, ' "
it! ' o--.
TalloKv Firm; cltv i! 3-10; country.
,5 7-S(fiG 1-3.
I Hn Good! prime 1 42 1-20'1.4G
I No. 3 1.20; clover 1 02ffi 1.3Qf
Drcgsed pnultr.v-.Dull: turkeys 13K Poverty with Cooke In San Fran
i(22; chickens inn 2t 1-2; fowls 11 ciben nd of liN efforts to 'make
1-2CT17; d''oks 13ifi22.
l.lvo poultry, 'Dull; geoso OiO'lO:
ducks 17: fowlsi 15 1-2; turkoys1'5;
Choaio Vitfmdj;: state mlk. com
mon to special?, lSffJ20 rklms,. com
mon to HpeclnlsT 7 l-2(Trll 1-2; full
Huttor iKtfNidv; receipts f,.r.7Q;
creamery extra 3S 1-2. sl-ito dairy tun-i
3i(fT32 1-2; Imlta'lon ereaniery1 llrsts
20 1-2 fr 27. ' ' ' '' '
'' i:ggs iKInmjl rocelits 18.067r near.
(by white fanty,3?; nearbv mixed fnnqy
20(fr21. frjsh fjrgjfl 21 I-2W22.
Cliicliinntl, April 13, Cattfcn-n,o-
imirkct Heady; Shippers
3.75 7 15.
Calvea lJlarket' 35c lower! extra
Hogs Hecelpts 1J57-1, market 10c
higher; good to fliojrce packers and
butchers 7 Old? 8. "Syf"
fe'liofri IteeelptsP72jmnrkct steady,
oxtra 5 25 . ti
Oyambs Market, ,qllppd, steady, ex
tra 8.25. ' y
I.OCM, OUAIN JIAUKI71'.
To Cure n Cold In Ono Dny
Take liAXATIVR nnOMO Oulnln
Tniilets. DruEKlsts refund money If It
'falls to cure 13. W. OROVK'B signa
ture li on each box. zoo.
Columb'K, O, April 13. Found un
conscious Mi a wagon shed nt a local
Irowcn. .i nun believed to bo Charles
ai. iSmltli. 1361 49th street, Brooklyn,
died nt th city iprlvon hero tfirly to
day. Several pftpors, ninoug them u
commission s a doputy Bhorift of
Kings cniiniy. New Yolk, led to hH
Identification Coroner Jlamvi luu
been unable to datcrmliio the causo
Why don't you build 1l house for
lent o- Bile- In Southwego? IPctopIo
nrc 'hedging fo' them thtro overy day
Your riolghbor Is using Clover Lest
flour with great success.
THE GREAT WHITE PLAGUE.
How Tuberculosis Germa Aro De
stroyed. Tuberculosis gorm,o aro uenttcrod
far and wldo In the, sputum which la
couglmd up by corisinri'pUvui. Ono
consumptlvo ran cough up In a single
day sovornl billion of theao perms.
WNm tho cputum. dries an dust
tho ficrmo nto blown about In nil di
rections tn get Into tho air wo
brentho, nnd on tho food wo cat and
tho things wo handle. In this way
every person nt somo tlrao In llfo
probably Kots tlio germs Into his
To destroy Uiobo gonna all that la
'necessary la to destroy tho sputum.
If tho sputum la coughed1 luto pa
hor cups or napkins, theso can ho
burnod and tho gorms destroyed.
Whoro pplttoona nro uaod, thoy
should be thoroughly cleansed with a
disinfectant solution, like lyo.
Coughing in peoplo's face3 or spit.
(Ins on tho Btreota, and especially on
floorB, Is dnngorous,
A flro alarm was sent In from ljast
Marlon nt 2.50 o'clock Friday after
noon but as the bingo failed to as
sume a sarlous nspuet only tho hook
and ladder wagon respondod. Tho
flro started In u fluid In tho vicinity
of Mt. Vornon avenue. No damige
was done nnd tno matter of quelling
the blaze wns tho work of n few minutes,
A HAPPY WOMAN
Who Ran Away With Jero
Cook, Who Was an Epis
(United Prcs3 recused Wire )
Now York, April 13. "Tho napplest
woman In the world," according to her
own uccount, 1h Florcttn WhaJej, who
for llvo years has shared tho cares
ni.d labor of Jero Cooke, who left his
wlfo and his ministry of Hempstead '
St. deorgq's IJplscopnl church, to elopa
with hl attractive parishioner With
her two sturdy sons born to her and
.Cooke, appeared today us convention
al a Woman ami .mother as could be
"Wo have lived together live cnrs
of tho deepest Imppmcsa that C'ltild
be known In the world," wild the "un
married Wlfo" today. "Wo adore one
another. I feol that In this exception
al caso we have proved that we did
tight when vo went away together.
.Yet I would be tho first one to ptevent
illlV UUIUI J'UllllH H I JIIMIl 11"IH llllk
"Mnrrlngo, even tho rrcremoulal
marriage, Is n grenl wifotmrd to so
doty. Thore Is only one man In a
million that would have clung to me
us my husband did. For the other wo
men thetc Is need for all the advan
tages the law confers upon a mnrilcd
i.. .t. , i. . ,
I no ncuiiis, in. iienpino iier. on mr un-
!. ..,, .( , .-..., ,... -..
man all tho safeguards thnt conveu
tlon can provide rtro needel. Then,
there aro the children. P'or the poor,
heliless children 'the shfegunrd,7 of so
ciety nro absolutely needed."
When hor uttentlon was cn'lcd to
her wedding ting, she said.
"My husband put It on my linger
when wo went tivvnv. I did not ask
fa It, buti when ho gavo It to ine I
felt tho greatest dollght. The spirit
'of that wedding ring and of that act
".liiift been about our whole life together,
nnd I only long for the dav when he
will be freo nnd nblo to put the ilng
tlure In tho ceremony of the chinch."
Sho told of hor experiences In llght-
jgoou. i'ookp is now wonting ai me
paper hanging trade In Mv lorn
Clover Leaf "our will makis a little
better brend and a llttlo moro of It
llrj nil's Ohio lllncrarj.
Columbus, O., Apr(l 13 The Pro
grostdvc Dmoratlc league today gavi
nut a revised Itinerary for WllllKm .1
Bryan vvhuti he swings through Ohlt
suxt Monday und Tuesday In his cam
paign agulnpr Covernor Hiirinon.
Hero is the corrected Itinerary
"Mon lay 9'30 .i. m., Havcnmi, U
n. m Afcrnn; 1:10 ip m., Woosti-r,
2-45, Loudonvllle; 3:30. iMnn'tleld, 5.
Mount 'Clllbad: 6:15, Dolawtire, 8 p
in,, .Columbus. ,
Tuebday 0 a. in , Morrow; 10 a
m., Wilmington; 11a, in.. Washington
Court Ho'ise; 12 noon, Clrolevllle. 1
j). m., Lancaster; 2 p. in., Now Lex
ington; J. 30 p. m.. Cropksvlllo, 3 p
in.. Zanosvllle. I p. m Coshocton.
5 10 p. m., Dennlson; 7;30 p in..
A metal box In which un Incandes
cent lamp can bo Inserted for w aim
ing n bed has been patented Irv nn
State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
ho Is oenlor imrtner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co . doing business In tho
Cltv of ToltUo. Countv nnd Klnto atore.
said, and tlnut wild llrm will iiav the
sum of ONI1 I1UNDK1CD DOLL.AH3
for cuch nnd everv case of Catairh
that cannot be cured by tho uuo of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FUANIC J. CIIKNUY.
Sworn to before mo and mibscilhcil
In tnv presence, this 6th dav of De
cember. A. IJ.. 1S86
(Seal) A. W. CIM5ASON
1 Notnrv Public
Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken Inter
nallv. und cti dlrectlv on he liloud
nnd mucous suifacea nf tho system
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. OHKNI4Y te CO., Toledo. O.
Hoiy uv un ojriiiTKiia. i". .
,Tuko Hall's IF-alinlv Pills for con
A BATH, OltTAIN ItB- F2T " Jtfjf
i.ir.r for Hi i-i'iuwsrn t-7r
MBXfum ati'H nun MOWII TO FAIL.
Bfc! Hnret Kwrctr! HnllnfiioUnn Ouar-
nnicruor .Muity Kerutinm
... a. '? . . . .. . -
Hen I nro-
III rend tlietii
on trtril.tr) ln nniil fur wlir n rrlleved
Hntnpjn Kr-e InaUt on K''lfl"K Hi"
pen iiln, nrTil nomibatlttile If your
dnipKlfl (Iikt not have bciu send your
orders to tlio
IIITEO HEDICaL CO., Box 74, Untiitir, Xi.
Sold In Marlon by 0. T. Uomvb &cj
A cobbler of Str.i! J'irg Oermanv.
a& recentlv llnihrd a cloik inude ell
llreH of stiawH l.vm the works are
made of -draw It his teken him nar
Iv fifteen vrars to c mfldc thN odd
S That will stand the 1
W test of timo. When you
w. buy you want the de-
pendable kind. That's w
A what vou cct horo and f
k at no greater cost than j$
K is asked for tlio cheap-
i Hildreth & Pace
ti Phone rti:i. i:. Cliunli St.
Givo us a call
Wo will ploaso you. j
K. High St. Phono 43
Note the difference
if you wear 1&LSTONS
Spring styles are all in.
The new low heel, low toe
tans. Oxfords and high
Great Range of Patterns
For Spring and Summer
Come to this custom shop, select your pattern's
from the largest line of woolens ever exhibited in
Marion. Your Suit or Topcoat for spring and
summer will be made to your own individual re
quirements. You will have the satisfaction of
knowing no matter where you go you will be
dressed as well or better than the others.
Unless you are having Kiser make your clothes,
you have yet to know what real clothes satisfaction is.
W. H. KISER
Our salesmen can't talk to
you in a Cladski voice hey
can tell you in a man-lo-niali
way the nierlis of Maekon &
When you've worn ono
si;it a few daH you'll J)e
siniinii; their praises.
Made of Pure woolen fa
brics and lined with serge,
alpaca or silk, and interlined
with French hair cloth to
keep them in shape pre
vent breaking. ' .
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hand tailored. '
Stock large enough to fit
any man in any number of
And prices moderate.
$15 to $30.
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