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THE ABOT8, TUESDAY. J1ABCH 3 S, 1899.
WAXTEO-CIRL PCn GEN'OIALUOCSE
work. Call at 90S fto: avenue.
WANTKD rtOARCEFS. CHOICEROOMS
ud board at i2S Fourth avenue.
bouse work '
GIRL FOR GENERAL
Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
"WANTED PTTPTLS WISHTNU TO TAKE
private leannr.s la danciag can do ao I
enquiring at 910 Fifth avenue. Jones.
WANTED-TO RKNT A HOUSE OF NOT
mora llun live rootTM in TlcinitT of the
Two in family. Call at Jiu
Ten lb a. reel.
v v as cook on the
SITCATtON BY A LADY.
river. rivc .o.h1
references. Call at the tatclligr nee oOlce.
15J l Second avenue.
TTTA NTFII TO KENT UOI'SE OR
. V nf live or six rcKtms. permanently. State
r'nl and loeation. and when it can le
Address -H. i." A H;es office.
HORRER TO CLIP BY
t the Metropolitan horse
shocinv shop, eo'tier Third and - oek Island
ai reels. Gevree Shade, Davenport, Iowa.
Sore lanes. tain in the r hest and nain-
ful breathing are qnickly relieved and
cored by the old reliable specific, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup. This-remarkable
remedy breaks np a cold in one
night and is, without donbt, the very
Desu meaicine lor all affection or the
throat and lungs. It has cored thou
sands and will core you. It never dis
appoints. Try it at once.
Will quickly heal Sore Lungs.
Doses are small and pleasant to take. Iartors
vceoiumcud n. 11 ice 25 els. At all dt uggUls.
4. . . ...
I jorjty" of the voters of that
' Award, a. far.t that will ha snbstan.
tiated Tuesday of next week. Mr.
Eleuer in his two years in the citj
' council has made a record for himself
that he and his friends may well feel
proud of, supporting all. those nieas-
! ures that are for the best Interests of
the greatest number, backing public
improvement, and lending ms best
judgment and efforts to the end that
x r.rcrmotj jlbij iww0i v , all thingsshonld be done well, as they
I have been. Mr. Bleoer was born in
Wut to Sew the Commialtr xrge Ahead ! Rock Island in 1 865. He nas spent
ud will Assist in Continuing- the Enter. ! all bis life, with the exception of tire
TA I U Tfi MrnPUIIITC ' siiktgD17
I I 11.11 I w IlilaltVIIIIII w
by Rock Island
George Scherer ' President of
State Association Visits
LARGELY ATTEHDED HEETDTGr.
"I TJANTKD-POSITION I1Y A YOCN!
v v dv in an office, or oh
clerk: bas had
some stenography and toobk-enini.': reier-
encs. Address -X.," 16 fcleveiiih street
WANT ED PA PER IIAVil
woman of experience In
;in; TO DO BY
tuerience In the business.
rates extremely reasonable and work truaran
teed. Leave vuur address at Sia Third ave
irANTFTD ClOOrf SOLICITORS IN ROCK
v Inland to ta.e orders for the cclenrateo.
Stneer Mvlnr machine. A No. I contract
riven to rttfht parties. Call on or address the
felnper Manufacturing company, 'Uxiamaon
street, Davenport, Iowa.
1 T A NTED PtTPII.S IN FREKHAND AND
v V mechanical drmwinir. 1'en ana 1
ehlna naintlnir and new method of water cot
nni ( hiidrrn claw Saturday afternoon.
with Hist lesson and material free. Clam in
the eveninif. U-swm'i .VI cents. Hisa Piatt,
studio 015 Litrhtecntb street.
JL' in ii
MODERN THREE ROOM FLAT
industrial building. Aptly to 1. U
TOR KENT DOUHLK STOKE IIOILDINtJ
X at ISIVI..17 Second avenue. Inquire of
LARiiK FURNISII:D FRONT
at 1,01 1 1I1I1 avenue.
ITi K RENT
-L room: steam heat, k'at aid hath.
fTHJR RENT NEW
Lf D S E ROOM. WHAT
us formerly the Standard cluh roooi
Hni tM-en ntteil up with new and complete
lodee riNHii furniture and fixtures, and b
open and ready for indention. Cheap rent;
team beat. Apply of Krell & Math.
TVHlR SALE A IjfT LOCATED IN T11F
J i-Ht lln.-k on Third avenue. Apply of
T.XR B A I.F TWO COOD BTTILDINO LOTS
JL' 80x1 AO feet, near U.
iit.lt P. depot, a
TiX)R SALE A FIRST CLASS FESTA I'K-
-A aot and tfaittiuj; hou.se. Afply at nfli
i if th avenue.
COR SALE TWO NICE HOMES ON THIRD
JL' avenue, one t0. tne nth or tl
weld for. Inquire at 1,
10 i nira avenue.
"7XJK SALE NINE-ACRE FRTTTT FARM.
A? All kinda of fruit: Kood buildlne; near
town. A banrain for some one If taken soon,
TJTOR SALE AT A
farm near town. Lota of fnuit. To be
old ebeap to nettle an estate. HeYe Is a bar-
Kln cheap for caab. No trade. Gordon A
BX)K SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
1 of 50 bnahela or over mt K 60 per ton, de
livered O. O. U. to anv part of the ely. Leave
order at Oo mineral! bouae barber shop. Rook
bland, or Enoa Jamea, Milan.
-fjTOR SALE CHEAP LOTS IN MMAS
X' ter a addition, old haaeball rrounds. These
lota will be aold from Sko upward; amaU
amount down, balance on lone time at 6 per
cent. Keldy llrok, room 4, Mitehell Lynda
IOR SALE AYT tOt'TH KAST CORNER
inth aveixie and Twem v-iliinl street:
I so lot southeast corner Ninth avenue and
Twent v-seeond street: term lo suit huyer.
dlress T. J. llalpiu. Main street, bt.
FOR SALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with about AO dlderent alldce. aultable for
Oilnft leaal blanks or any description of paper.
In Hat form to be kept in shape for wrinna.
A oomprcbenaive Index connected. Just tne
thing for any oftloe with oontraeta, etc, to
Die. Address H. E. C, eare of TBI A Hues.
.WK II.I.CSTKATED CATALOCCK
ll.nns bow we leach I he iitwr trade
: rixlil weeks, mailed lree. Moier H.i. Ix.r col
U se, I'bica' j. 111.
TOST AN OPEN-FACED LADIES- GOLD
i watch in the tieiuitv of Ta entv-lblid Su
about two weeks ago. Kinder return
ocs ofhee and receive reward.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
aaKelounshyW.il. Eastman. 1712 Sec
ond avenue, without publicity or removal. He
also makes collect Ions hard onea a specialty.
bouse. Kara f:o weekly. Enclose addressed
tamped envelope for reply. Marshall A Co.,
Brooklyn. N. Y.
TJEI.P WANTED LADirS TO
Jl M. bandases at home for larce
MRS. M. MiXiEE. INDEPENDENT SLATE
writer, clairvoyant and business me
dium. All mat tent of marriage, divorce,
separations, family trouble, law. luck, etc;
tniKsinc crsons or paper: lost or stolen arti
cles. The only slate wriilnc medium west of
Chicago. Hi i iltccnth street.
"lANTEI-TO IjOAN MONEY ON DIA
v f monds. watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical itisirumenta. bievrlea. clothinc dry
Fond, furniture, etc. Highest cah prices
paid for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
1 tore prices. A 11 business transactions strictly
eonbdeutiai. His new number and location,
IV3 Second avenue. Don't forget Ik J. W.
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
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r 1 Ma
Little Ones at
. . . MATH'S.
The most magnificent line of
Kaster novelties in the mar
ket. Everything new and
nice. Price, wit bin the reach
of all. liy all means let the
children sec the Babbits,
Chickens,--. Ducks, Storks,
(oslins, etc.. nil dressed up
in their best Easter cloths.
Some of tliem move their
heads and ears, others move
their eves and open their
mouths. Lots of fun for the
children and the grown peo
ple as well.
Close One Eye
And take a peep in the big
Panorama Egg displayed in
our wiudow and see the chil
dren playing around the
White House on Easter. We
have fancy Paper Eggs,
China Fggs, Wax Eggs, Pan
orama Eggs and a full line of
small Candy Eggs selling
from 15 for ic up to $1.50 a
piece. STOP and make your
selections early and get vour
choice of the novelties.
Krell & Math
ll.tvc the Litest thoughts and
novtllics in fro.eu Dainty
Creams. One of our greet
ings is a nest made of Spun
Sugar, a Chicken and Three
Colored Eggs, setting in the
nest, and all made of Ice
Cream, and just large enough
to serve one person. We
pack them in ice so that there
is no trouble with them. We
have other greetings in Brick
Ice Cream as well.
. ALSO MANI FACTL KEKS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Foor-
ing ot All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Class, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
Ill to ts Ernteenik
Many things there be
that a man doesn't
"care a continental
about." But it is not
so with this cigar. It
must be good, and to
get it good he must
buy it at a store where
they know good cigars
and keep them.
There are two places
can always be found.
In the dictionary and
The Palace Cigar Store, Bengs
prising Movement Carried ea by Mayor
.Med til All Should and Will be Elected
Read Their Becords.
The democracy of Kock Island has
never bad a stronger list of aldermanic
candidates than is the case in the pres
ent campaign. Representative men
have been chosen men who will give
to their constituencies careful, capable
ami intelligent administrations. They
are men of influence and standing in
their respective wards, and will add
materially to the support 01 the bal
ance of the ticket. They are all well
informed on public affairs, and hav
ing the interest of their city and its
people at heart, will assist in contin
uing the magnificent work in the
matter of improvements which has
been so successfully carried on bv
Mayor Medill. They should, and
each and every one of them, be
In Daniel McKinnev the democrats
of the First have chosen a man of the
people to represent their ward in the
city council, for it is a foregone con
elusion that he will be elected, and bv
a handsome majority at that. Mr.
McKinnev is a native of Bockford
He was born there in 1855. and edu
cated in the public schools of the city
lor 17 years he has been a pattern
maker lor the Kock Island Stove com.
pany. lie is industrious and progres
sive, and of the kind of men who make
up an enterprising community. Mr.
McKinncy has resided in the First
ward nearly all the time since coming
to J lock Island. He owns a home
there, and is popular with all classes
of people. His friends, recognizing
in bim the qualifications that go to
make up a wise councilman, have
often solicited him to become a candi
late, and he finally consented to
acquiesce to their wishes, iieueving
he is capable of watching the interests
of the first ward in the city council
Charles If eldeniann.
Charles Heidemann, democratic can
didate for alderman in the second
ward, is a native product of Bock I si
and. He was brought up on the same
premises that be at present occupies
lie i3 a selfraade man, learning the
carpenter trade and putting aside
money from his earnings until he had
accumulated enough to embark in
business for himself, entering into
partnership with Fred Schroeder, and
now being senior memlier of one of
the successful building contracting
firms of the city. Mr. Heidemann is
33 years of age, and received his edu
cation in the public schools of Bock
Island. He is an unfaltering friend to
organized labor, always scoring
a point for the unions when it is in
his power to do so. Mr. Heidemann
is a rocK-riDDeu democrat, ana ever
since his first vote has giveu freely of
bis counsel and assistance in working
success for his party ticket. He did
not seek the nomination, but accepted
wnen nis menus impressed upon him
the fact that he was the right man for
the place, and he is beginning to be
lieve they were right wheu they made
snch a statement, to i 11 dire from the
voluntary promises or support that
to him from men whose
votes he had no reason to expect. Mr.
Heidemann is a sure winner, and as
democrat down in the Second ward
put it, 'Its all over but the counting
of the votes."
Daniel Corkcn, the democratic al
deriuanic nominee in the Third ward.
is a model candidate, just as he was a
model alderman in all the time that
he served in the municipal assembly
in 1 no pasi. lie is Known all over
the ward and in every house, and all
who know him are his friends. Dan
is one of those industrious, steady
fellows in whom his neighbors and
fellow townsmen always place their
conlidcnce. He was raised in the
Third ward, and is now, through his
own exertion and hard work, an ex
tensive property holder there. For
15 years he worked stead y at Bock
Island arsenal, and for the same num
ber of years he has served as foreman
of the foundry at the Bock Island
Plow works. A little over a vear ago
be gave up his position there because
of the condition of bis health, but has
since returned to his old place at the
solicitation ot the company and much
to the satisfaction of the moulders
there. Mr. Cor ken served in the
council, altogether eight years two
terms in succession at two different
times. Ali that time he distinguished
himself through his progressive
spirit and energy. He was one of the
original champions of paving, of the
paid fire department, of the uniform
system of sidewalks, of the 8-hour
system in street work, of the Spencer
and tiarnsey square improvements,
of the Third ward uniform grades and
of encouragement to the reorganiza
tion of the street railways. Flo was
al toe bead of the hre and light com
mittee during the time of the estab
lishment of the paid fire department.
and during the first term of Mayor
Medill was chairman of the finance
committee of the city council. In
every position of trust in which he
has been placed he has proven him-
years, in the Fourth ward, it is un
necessarv to dwell upon his business
capabilities, as they are well known
to the citizens of Bock Island, where
he has been interested in different en
terprises. He was one of the foun-
Mollne Sends Down a Delegation Interest
ing and Valuable Pointers In Hegard to
Trade and How .to Handle It Ptemlnm
Boslaess - Discouraged Masle and , Be-freshments.
dent of the Illinois
of Peoria, presi-
ders of the printing and 1 iading firm I association, addressed the Bock Island
of Kramer, Blcuer os Co. (now Kramer I association at its semi-monthly meet-
k 00.) ana at present is a memoer 01 1 incr last nirht at Krell & Math s hall
ine Jscuaner, liieuer s acniemmer ui-
There was a large attendance of mer
chants, representing various line? 01
business: lite Moline association also
sent a delegation consisting of ired
Bank, B. Anderson, II. J. Hull, James
Pierr, John Lindrall, Charles Holm
gren, Charles Bank. Edward Coryn,
Kalph Kntrikin, C . Uewend. jur.
Scherer impressed upon his hearers
the necessity for organization, citing
instances wherein success had been
attained only because the merchants
self the right man.
The democrats of the Fourth in re
nominating Charles Bleoer for alder
man expressed the wishes of the uia-
rectory company, it is men sucn as
he that should bo selected to carrv
on the affairs of a municipality. His
private and public records are a suffi
cient recommendation for him, and
the voters of his ward have assured
him that they will demonstrate their
appreciation of his worth on election
T. A. Pender.
The neonle of t jo Fifth ward have
to return Thomas A. Pender, Were banded together, and wielded au
tneir present canauie repreeuiauve 1 influence that could not be disregard
nl. , rt aMIaa rn. I , . n, ., ., .
eu. Mr. acoeier saia mat compcu
tion. if properly carried on. would
redound to the benefit of all engaged
in it. He recommended the newspaper
as an advertising medium, but ne aa
vised the maintaining of a standard
Mr. Scherer deprecated the tendency
in some communities to cling to the
premium as a means of encouraging
trade. He said in the first place it
was not a legitimate business method
was not profitable, and had. if any
thing, a detrimental effect upon trade
and should be abolished. The speak
er characterized the department store
as an evil more to be feared than
trusts and . monopolies, lbe pure
food bill was discussed, and in this
legislation, Mr. Scherer believed, was
assured good results for the con
Mr. Scherer is engaged in the gro
eery business in 1'eona. lie is an
able talker, well versed in all matters
pertaining to trade, and his remarks
last uight were listened to with the
Refreshments and Music.
The merchants and their guests
also enioved a smoker and refresh
ments, and music was discoursed by
the Bed. White and Blue Mandolin
club. M. II. Sexton, in behalf of Bock
Island, thanked the Moline associa
tion for its generous representation
Secretary Fred Bank, of Moline, made
an appropriate response
One on the "Corner,
See here," said the "Corner," call
ing in a passer-by, who happened to
be of the same conviction as the ma
chine the last time McConochie ran.
how do you feel about the election
Just as I felt six years ago," was
'But things have changed, came
les," was the retort, "things may
have changed, as I am considerably
surprised to sec, but the man has
in the city courcil, back to office for
at least two years more. Young,
progressive, yet conservative, he has
given of his best efforts to the end
that bis ward should have the recog
nition that it is entitled to in the mat
ter of improvements, etc., and the
voters there are not slow to appre
ciate what he has done for them. Mr,
Pender is not only the choice of the
democratic party, but the people re
gardless of political beliefs look upon
him as the right man for the office, and
they propose to keep him there as long
as ne win serve.
Aid. Pender was brought up in the
Fifth ward, where the people know
him and have confidence in bim, and
are willing to stand behind his public
acts. He is one of the valued em
ployes of the Bock Island road, being
vardmastcr for the company at Mo
John W. Snltxer
John W. Snitzer, the democratic
aldermanic candidate in the Sixth
ward, is making an cuergetie and
conscientious canvass, and his reward
will be, his friends firmly predict,
that be will be sent to the council
with a good big majority at his back.
Mr. Snitzer was the unanimous choice
of his party's caucus, having nooppo
sition for the nomination, and ..bis
friends in the Sixth propose to make
bis election as nearly unanimous as
possible. Mr. Snitzer was born and
reared in the Mxtb, and is a repre
sentative of the young democracy of
that ward. , He is educated, well
posted on municipal affairs, and has a
thorough knowledge as to the wants
of the people of his ward,- and would
make an excellent alderman. Mr.
Snitzer was for several years em
, .... . . ...
pioyeu at tne late ueorge Browner s
grocery on Fifth avenue. He served
as superintendent of carriers at the
Bock Island postoflice for five
years, and in the recent war
rush was connected with the clerical
department at Bock Island arsenal.
lie is upright, honest and trust
worthy, and the voters of the Sixth
ward have made no mistake in decid- And the citizen was permitted to go
ing to send him to the council as their I on his way without further interroga-
There were 1,623 Woodmen in the
late war between Spain and America.
rorty-seven were killed and their
certificates were paid in full.
Airs, busie Allen, member of the
board of managers of the B. N. A., is
recovering from injuries received in
the Patterson block fire at Omaha.
Her many friends will be grieved to
learu that she will be permanently
disfigured, as her forehead, wrists
and right hand were badly burned.
1. 11. ueiuieis, ol Manning, Iowa,
was a visitor at thn he:ul oilier. imUv
Dr. A. K. Besner, also of Manning. ,ates 15vcr kidneys and bowels, expels
low-a, was a caller at the office yester- I'"18""3' uc,l'3 ikc81-'ou uu'" "I
day. .The doctor accompanied the lhe streDfJlh- Only 50 cents. Sold by
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bitters has cured
Mrs. Brewer of p.crofula. which bad
caused her great suffering for years
Terrible sores would break out on her
bead and face, the best doctors could
give no help, but her cure is -complete
and her health is excellent." This
shows what thousands have proved
that J-.lectric Bitters is the best pun
Her known. It's the supreme remedy
lor eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers,
boils and running sores. It stimu-
remains of Emil Uthoff to D;
where they were interred.
Lp to last night the total nuinijcr
of certificates issued to new members
was 14,026 and 134 new camps were
chartered. The record for tho month
will be close to 16,000 members. This
will be the greatest record for one
month ever made by a fraternal so
On the urst of March the total
membership, benificiary and social.
was S53.625. It is expected that the
100,000 mark will be reached before
the June bead camp convenes.
rtucklen'e Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, ana positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale bv Hartz & Ullemever
Hartz & Ullemeycr, druggists. Guar
It is very hard to stand idly by and
see our dear ones suffer while await
ing the arrival of the doctor. An
Albany (N. Y.) dairyman called at a
drug store there for'a doctor to come
and see his child, then very sick with
croup. Not finding the doctor in, he
left word for him to come at once on
his return. He also bought a bottle
of Chamberlain's Couirh Remedy.
which he hoped would give some re
lief until the doctor should arrive.
In a few hours he returned, saying
the doctor need not come, as the child
was much better. The druggist, Otto
Scholz, says the family has since rec
ommended Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy to their neighbors and friends
nntil he has a constant demand for it
from that part of the
sale by all druggists.
As the season of the year when
pneumonia, lagrippe, sore throat.
coughs, colds, catarrh, bronchitis and
lung troubles are to be guarded
against, nothing "is a tine sulslitute"
will "answer the purpose." or is
'just as good" as One Minute Cough
Cure. That is the one infallible
remedy for all lung, throat or
chial troubles. Insist
Pneumonia follows la grippe, but
pneumonia cannot follow the use of
Foley's Honey and Tar. Pneumonia
is striking down hundreds of those
who thought they were cured of la
grippe. Foley's Honey and lar, taken
la grippe, is guaran
teed to prevent pneumonia.
liver regulator and
Give me a liver regulator and I
can regulate the world." said a genius
bron-1 The druggist handed him a bottle of
vigorously I De Witt's Little ? Earl r " Risers, the
upon having it if -something else" is famous little dIIIs. - For sale by T. IL
offered yoo- For sale by T. 1L I Thomas. A. J. Eeiss and M. F. Bahn-
Thomas, A. J. Beisa and M.
To Care Cewavt tl.w W,
If C. a C I d to cure, arugguiu tefBad bmocs
F. Bahn-1 sen, druggists.
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures head.
aches; 10, 25 and 60 cents. Beiss'
Cheap Cash Store.
. . . .GROCERIES. ...
Strictly fresh eggs, per dozen, only..
Plenty of good dairy hotter, per pound.
Lion or McLaughlin package coffee only.. ..
Nice choice Japan tea siftings. per pound. . .
Fancy rolled oat meal, 10 pounds for
The best quality of salt herrings, per djzen.
Brick codfish, 8c per pound, 2 pound
Nice dried Scotch peas, 2 quarts for
Canned tomatoes, the best, 2 cans for
. . . .OTHER GOODS.
A lot of choice calico prints, per yard, only
A lot of nice towels, each only 5c and
A lot of ladies' and gentlemen's umbrellas
Household goods and tinware sold cheap.
tim 1513 and 1515 Second Avenue.
5and 71 c
Jolin Mulholland, 6 Per Cent
Careful investors are invited to examine the merits of our new form of
bonds. They run five years and bear 6 per cent interest. The bonds have
20 coupons, 10 to pay interest, and 10 to pay principal. The interest and 10
per cent of the principal are payable semi-annually. You receive 10 per cent
of the principal every six months, but continue to draw 6 per cent interest
on the ORIGINAL SUM for the full term of the bond, thus enabling the
investor to get an increased rate of interest on the investment. The bonds
are as absolutely secure as it is possible to make a security. Highest
eferences from investors given. For full particulars address
A0LERT W ELD ON, room 12 Mitchell &LyndeBldg or
S05-9 No. 218 LaSalle Street.. . Chicago, 111.
208-12 Keith-Perry Building Kansas City, Mo
511-13 Century Building St. Louis, Mo.
842-3 Banigan Building Providence, B. I.
s which are known to have been secured from the very best
sources are the only kind with which we supply our patrons.
Farmers and Market Gardners
who do not desire to take chances with poor and ouestion-
fcj able seeds, can be secured iu purchasing their supply of seed
? from us they are absolutely the best produced in the world.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in High Class Seeds.
And men change with the times. Fine
merchant tailoring has advanced as an art
more perhaps than any other business
during this century. We are in the front
ranks and can we be of any service to you!
J. B. ZIMMER & CO.
FRESH FROM JAPAN
T f a 1.1." 1 H.tTTc
aud China we are receiving the
prettiest patterns and colors in
mattings tbat we have ever been
able to offer to our patrons before.
They are in damask effects in
handsome colorings, and made
from the best straw. For your
Summer rooms there is nothing
like mattings and pretty designs
in Japanese rugs.
PflPnCQ 1802 Second
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
in suits the prices range from $18, $20, f 22, $25 and np. The
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