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. Seme White .Troops' "FoffcVLike
Lynching" Julius Resanwald,
GAVE -PRAISE tO NEGROES
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Hy (lie Associated Prus
WnslilnsJen, Jan. 2.". James W.
.nflHj of New Yerk, today declared
that nn Assistant Secrctnry of Wnr,
wlinni lie Identified tiH "Mr. lto.on lte.on lto.en
wnM," made a speech nt Glcvres,
Frnnre. which cniifed "n let of talk
ani feeling." The statement wns made
before tlir S'ennte Committee Inquiring
into alleged Illegal execution of Ameri
can el(llers overseas.
r' He wild Hint "Mr. Ilewmrnjd" ns-
. ffrted twit iSegrees would be given hot het
,' fr treatment nfter the wnr. "The
'i white troops worn se bitter nheut tlic
f ipceeli thnt Neme of them felt like
irnchiiig 'Knscnwald,' " snld the wlt-
Members of the committee wnnted te
identify the AsItnnt sieeretnry of Wnr
f .ttrlhn.1 liv T-nflilv ns "Itnuiiwnlil."
U "Wlmt was Ids' first nnmcJ" asked
I "I think it wns Jnliu." Mild the
' dtnesH. "ITp made speeches nnd wns
1 represented te he nn assistant te Mr.
"There wns n let of rowing about
the-reeeh, hut nobody wns killed," f-mcl
Knew of Hut One Execution
I.afllty. who wns n rnptnln in the
Quartermaster's Cerps and wns stn stn
llenfd nt (ilevrcs for nearly two year,
said thern nmim only one execution In
that area ns HMcd by the War Depnrt.
P. W. Powers, of Ited Hnnk. N. J..
k ftrgeant storekeeper it Olevrcs, snld
he neer baw it gnllewn there nnd never
heard of nn execution. He Alse re
ferred te "Mr. ltescnwnld," whom he
ticcrlbpii ns n i nienge mercimnt work
In; for the Government nt SI n year.
"Ilescmmld lit his speeclies te the
troops deelaied he hnd messages from
State Governors telling hew they would
get a better show after the war," he
iani, "As he touched en that subject
, Kemc of the Negroes would holler 'Say
that ngnln.' "
During his administration ns com
mander of the military prison nt
(llevrcs, Cnptnin William A. Frceheff,
of Fert Creek. Neb., testified that
guards were glvnn pesltUe orders net te
use clubs "crept in self-defpiu-e. and
(het the orders were net violated.
The Hev Prank M. Kerr, patter of
Presbvtcrinn cliurch. Hempstead. X.
In a chaplain overseas, declared there
wern only two hnngings nt that pest,
one of the men hnnged, u white mau, he
aid, admitted (l.ntjie had nttrupted
te commit the assault en nn 'eleven-j-ear-bld
girl, but tlmt he did net he
Hern it came within the realm of a
(ipitnl crime. A nettre sent by the
ihaplnln te Hip condemned man's
l-relhcr set feith thnt he )md been
hanged, he Mild.
Tells of Slioetlns
Henry Gentry, Npgre. of Lawrence.
Kan., testified tednj tlmt while In
France lite saw Majer .Tespnh Plitlllns
nfOranse, N. J., a Negro, shnet Wil
liam Patterson, n Nejre private, for
rtfusln? te help a cool; cut brrad.
Gentry, who testified while nn nmbu
Jance. waited outside the .Sennte olllce,
building te take him te a hospital te
bt operated en for appendicitis, snid
Patterson Inter died, according te gen-
5.r"',cpnrt8' nml t""1 8" tar ns he knew
the Negro major wns net tried.
De you knew of your own knowl
edge 'thnt Patterson died?" Gentry wns
"Ne, sic j but he went te the hospi
tal nnd never came back."
t, T10,.!lnllgl,n ,et n Nere Midler nt
Hcllevlllpj Fron-e wns described by
J,V'0 ,'Tamcs P. Ilnrncy, of the Army
nfACellcge, who sAId the court-martial
was composed of seven Npgre nnd five
white officers, with a Negro ns judge
ndvecntc. Tlip soldier wns convicted of
iismultlng u French woman, sixty years
old, he said.
Testimony of Charles P. Green, u
former service man, previously heard by
the committee, thnt nine soldiers were
,shot nnd killed by the military police
nnd tnken te llnse Hospital Ne. 0, nt
Chateau lteux, in December, 1018,
was denied by thiee medtcnl elHccrn en
duly at the hespltnl nt the time. The
witnesses, Dis. .lamps P. Krsklne nnd
Richmond Stephens, of New Yerk City,
nnd Dr. Donald 13. McKcnna, of llroek-
lyn. were positive in nsscrtlng that no
he 11pm of men murdered wcre sent te the
A number of men stationed at Is-sur-TIlle
In 1010 were called te testify a te
executions at that pest, which War De
partment reports showed te hnve num
bered two, but some witnesses appear
ing heretofore hnve placed nt about
"ten or twelve."
Jehn McDermet, of Indianapolis;
Rusvll C. Yeung, of Philadelphia J
.inmes w. nrovn,-e lijnbroeK, N, Y.,
nnd Walter A. McAfee, of Cojiper Hill,
Tciin.. declared only two soldiers were
hanged there a white man and n Negro
nnd nil lnitted they heard no re
ports of "wholesale executions."
Chicago, .ran. 12.'. (Hy A. P.)
.Tulius Hesenwald, president of Hears,
Roebuck & Ce., whose name wns
brought Inte the Senate investigation
of Illegal hangings in France today by
testimony of n witness that white sol
diers "felt like lynching him" because
he had astcited In a speech te the
troops thnt Negroes would he given bet
ter treattrent nftcr the war, snld today
this was the first time lie had knowl
edge of nny such feeling.
"If nny of the boys felt that way
nbeut my speeches!, I never knew it,"
Mr. ltescnwnld said.
He went te France ns a representa
tive of Newton D. Raker, then Secre
tary of Wnr, and spoke te several thou
sand soldiers during his two months
"I did sny whenever I had the oppor
tunity thnt I was sure the soldiers
would see te it the Negro would have
better treatment nfter the wnr because
he helped In the fighting," Mr. Rosen Resen
wuld wild. "All of my speeches were
en the subject of making America a
better place te live.
"The Negro soldiers were willing te
fight nnd willing te de nny menial task
nsked of them. I never heard nny
opposition te my sentiments, although
there may have been home from some
Southern boys who didn't like te hear
the Negroes praibed."
General Staff Completes Study of
Washington. Jan. 25. (Hy A. P.)
A study of the military establishment
just completed by the general staff has
resulted In the decision that 1C,0.")2
remmissiend officers will be needed for
ultimate requirements, while the esti
mated number te July 1 next year Is
fixed at 13,000.
A summary by branches shows thnt
LTi21 officers will be needed for admin
istrative functions essential te effective
mobilization. Fer the educational sys
tem, 22(0 are required; for duty with
the Nntlenal Guard, organized reserves,
training centers and reserve officers
training, 3IM4 arc needed, and for duty
with the regular nrmy in the United
States. Immediately nvallnble for nn
emergency, C003. The const defensec
arc allowed 010 nnd 2834 nie required
for lusulnr garrisons.
GIVE CHINA POWER
Pekin Censent Necessary for
Erectien of Stations Under
Proposal by Reet
T0KI0 TO EXPLAIN '21' PACT
DEMOCRATS AT COX'S HOME
Party Leader Gather nt Dayton, O.,
for "Jacksen Day"' Dinner
Dayton, 0 Jnn. 25. (Hy A. P.)
The annual Jacksen day dinner (sched
uled for tonight In Dayton, by neon to
day had virtually resolved Itself into a
miniature contention of lending Demo
crats of the State nnd Natien.
One train from the East brought Sen
ators Atlcc I'omereue and Pat Harrison
and Jeseph P. Tumulty, former secre
tary te Woodrew Wilsen.
H, P. Moere, of Youngstown, the Cox
pre-convention innnnger, and Geerge
White, of Mnrlettn, O., former Demo
cratic national chairman, were expected
during the day.
Significance is given thu dinner In
mere ways than one. It will mark
the first public appearance of former
Governer Cox since campaign days. Sen Sen
aeor Pemercnc, In his talk, is expected
re open up en the Newberry case, nnd
In n way will probably launch a speak
ing campaign of several Ohie cities ln
Ms p eliininary drive for re-election.
Seating rnpnclty of Memerial Hnll has
long since hern Feld out and premiums
continue te be effcicd for tickets; Mere
than 1000 will dlnc. while 2000 mete
nre expe ted te henr the speaking pro
gram from the balcony of the hull.
MISSING AIRMEN SAFE
Aviators Thought Lest In Minnesota
Wilds Reach Farmhouse
St. Paul, Minn., Jnn. 25. (Hy A.
P.) Majer Ray S. Miller nnd Llcutcn
unt Jee Westevcr, ntinters of the Ml
ncsetn Nntlenal 0'tnrd observation
squadron, who were forced te land Inte i perler In an open beat.
TiiM-lay en LfckaLax. Mxty nrthkr
of Duliitli, are safe, ncrerdlpt te
nhflne inpsunce In Adfutftllt CleneH
l Tlt.tM.ttt, 1,r Ijtitnii .
, ftiiu,u ,n-w ihhji i t :
The nvlnters spent the flight f Jk
nearby farmhouse, tha message, Nllswt'
Extensive preparations had bctrt hhmhi
te search for the nvlnters, who for Hejf ,
n- I" nrnrcii lur iiiu unniuni t,m ivi ttv-j ,
ly two weeks have been seeklnff a ('
"' of James Mahcr, Cook County CV M
en mlsslener, who was lest en hhUe !' -J
Hy the Associated Press
Washington, Jan. 25. Consent
would have te he given by the Chinese
(Jevernmcnt for the erection of wireless
btntlens In China under n resolution
presented te the Far Eastern Commit
tee of the Washington Conference today
by Ellhu Reet of the American dele
The resolution, after discussion, was
referred te n drafting committee with n
view of consolidating it with ether
agreements thus far reached en wire
less communication In the Far East.
The Drafting Committee arranged n
meeting later in the tlfty and is expected
te hnve its report ready tomorrow.
Under a tentative agreement en wire
less Vcachcd several weeks age use of
wireless in umna for commercial pur
poses wns virtually mnde Impossible nnd
messaged were limited te Government
nnd diplomatic business. Subsequently
the case was reopened and a substitute
was offered by M. Vivian!, of the
French delegation, providing for a pool peel
ing of wireless facilities.
American delegates said today thnt
the finnl word from Teklo en the for
tifications clause of the naval treaty
was being awaited, and thnt the Naval
Committee of Fifteen tednv would con
elude the treaty's drafting, verbal
changes and miner phraseology revision,
pending receipt of the final decision from
The Japanese delegation has com
pleted preparation of n full statement
with respect te Japan's position en the
request by China for the abrogation of
the twenty-one demands treaty of 1015.
The statement Is expected te be laid
befere the Far Eastern Committee as
seen ns the Shantung question Is
The Japanese statement wUl go Inte
the entire question of the twenty-one
demands with a view te explnmlng te
the Conference and te the world at large
Japan's exact position concerning the
treaty. Jnpnnesu arc said te held thu
firm hope thnt it will clear up th
question in the same way that Uaren
Shldeharn's announcement concerning
Siberia 1ms tended te clarify the Jnpa Jnpa
nese position en that question.
Relief was expressed in Japanese cir
cles that two plenary sessions of the
Conference might be necessary before
adjournment, one te report the naval
treaty, and possibly also the exchnnce
of notes between the slgnnterlcs of the
Four-Power trcnty setting forth that
the. Japanese mainland Is net considered
ns within the scope of thnt treaty. The
second session will be devoted te Far
Eastern matters ns n whole.
Admiral Raren Kate, the ranking
member of the Japanese delegation, is
anxious te sail en the steamship Kah
ima Mnru, which is due te leave Seattle
February 10. If the Conference does
net adjourn before "February 4. It may
net be possible for him te leave In time
te catch that ship, in which case he
and all members of the delegation, in
cluding Vice Foreign Minister Hani
hara, would sail en the Taiye Maru
from San Francisce en February 21.
Lebanon Youth Shet by Companion
Lebanon, Pa., Jnn. 25. Lester Heard,
nineteen vcars old. of this i-ltv t.-nu i,n
In the abdomen jestcrdny by the dis
charge of u rcvehcr In the hands of his
companion, liicnnrd Hoke, seventeen
years, who did net knew the weapon
wns leaded. t It Is naiil Renrd will re-
THE "MOST rUEZZTLTlirUL. C3111, JI J0Jir&tt,IC3I
The New Reduced Prices
Paige cars are today a rare investment opportunity. All
models, en both the 6-66 and 6-44 chassis, have been
reduced in price te a point that is truly sensational. And,
despite the great price reductions, these cars are finer,
handsomer, sturdier cars than they ever were before.
There can be little argument about "price" when a seven
passenger 666 is available for $2195 or a five passenger
6-44 for $1465. On any basis of comparison, these figures
mean astounding dollar-for-dollar value. They mean, we
repeat, investment Opportunity just that.
But judge for yourself. See the complete Paige line and
leek for the double advantage of increased quality
and decreased price. Then act as your judgment dictates.
The New 6-66 Prices
6-66 Lakcwoed, 7-Pss. Touring - $2195
6-66 Lorchment II, Spert Type - 2245
6-66 Dnytena, 3-Pasa. Roadster - 2495
6-66 Sedan, 7-Pns3. 3155
6-66 Limousine, 7-Pes3. - - - - 3350
6-66 Coupej 5-Poss. ----- 3100
The New 6-44 Prices
6-44 Touring, 5-Pass.
6-44 Spert Type, 4-Pass.
6-44 Roadster, 3. Pass.
6-44 Sedan, 5-Pass. -6-44
Coupe, 4-Pnss. - .
- - - $1465
- - - 1595
- - - 1465'
- - - 2245
All Prices F. O. B. Factory, Tax irn
0 Y A, Wf ltV.M9T9R CQ
6R9A0 STREET AT VINE, PHIIAOSU?0IA
ttrilmiMlny, Jaliniiry a.l, lO-i. Slnrr Opens ut 0 . M. iei-s nt ,1.111 I "
ENTIRE BLOCK- MrtRKET lre 2&STREETS
Tomorrow a Bie Special Sale of
Heavu Shaker-Knit Ceat Medels
and Imported Tuxedos
Werth up te
models, with belts
nnd pockets. Alse a
stunning let of Im
ported tuxedos, in
clever novelty styles.
Excellent rnnpc of
colors nnd color
practically nil sizes.
SNELLENBURflS Second Fleer
Big Opportunities for Savings in
Utica Bed Muslins
Mail and Phene vflgS
MMnm Hiiwrt "j v'j
v " ' --- xy-.
$1.80 G3x90-ln. fl- OA MUTCKU
Sheets nt tDJL.U tf&r : jh
Anether Big Sale of
800 Men's & Beys'
$3 & $3.50 Seft Hats
AT $1.65 EA-
Less-T han-Half -Price Sale of
The Famous Rexferd
Undergarments for Men
$1.00 Shirts and
Silver Kiny and ecru
ribbed cotton garments
stout sizes up te 52.
clearance of high
grade hats in newest
md best styles and
colors. Sizes Gr; te
Sample Hats Dis
play Ilata SUtjht
SUcenda, Offered in
This Sele at a Price
Averaging Lew Than
Half Their Werth.
I in regular and
$2.00 Union Suits
Kcru ribbed cotton suits in
heuvy weight. S'izes up te 154.
llighcat-Gradc lioxferd Underwear All
Firat Quality In Complete Size
SriELLENB'JRGS First Fleer I
Men's $4 Genuine
Velour Hats, Each .
The best velour hnt value in town.
bMELLENtii RijS F'rat Fleer
Utica Sheets at
UTICA PILLOW CASES
43c 42x36-Inch Cases 32c
59c 50x36-Inch Cases 45c
42c 42-Inch Sheeting 30c
44c 45-Inch Sheeting 32c
55c 54-Inch Sheeting 44c
85c 90-Inch Sheeting 66c
. SnELLENBURGS First Fleer
The Famous Columbia
Bey Cycles & Girl Cycles
as the Best
Make in the
Ball bearing throughout with bicycle
hnndles ndjustable hand'e bars nnd heavy
ubber tires. Seme with cenBter wheel,
brake and mud gunrds.
New greatly reduced because slightly
shopworn there is nothing at all te affect
their splendid durability.
SneLLCNBURgS Toytewn, Fourth Fleer
Phenomenal One-Day Sale of
Fourfold Richly Embroidered
At $5.98 Each
Well - made
vulues at this
find many uses
in every home
n d d wonder
fully te the
Seme nre slightly damaged.
Closing Out All Odd Leis of
Men's Highest Grade
$7.50 te $12.50
Union Taffeta UmbrclW
for Men & Women
With Handles Werth Out
of All Proportion te the
Very Lew Price of
Made with covers of
quality union taffeta in a
fast black. Extremely
looking and absolutely shower
Handles nre of full H length
bakelite nnd hardwood, many
with bakelite stubs nnd rib tips
20 and 28 inch sizes com
plete with silk cases.
5NELLLNBURiS First Fleer
Silk Sale Continues
Te Offer thexLargest Assortments of Fashionable New
Silks at the Lewest Prices Anywhere
All Made With the
"Wonderful vnlucs in
sweaters of this well
known make a brand
thnt stands second te
none. Navy, brown,
heather, oxford and
W cave Sweaters
with large shawl
V - neck Shaker
Jumbo j V-neck Shnkcr-
knit Butten ! routs;
Sim w 1 Cellar
And Fine Kibbed
$1.85 Trico Trice
Very fine, durable quality
spring needle tricolette in
black and best spring colors.
30 inches wide.
Finely woven and very
durable. In a range of color
ings for street and evening
wear. 30 and 40 inches wide.
$3.50 Black and
ess e, Yard . .
Seft but heavy, fully guar
anteed te wear. In black,
navy and dark brown. 35
Special Qualities of Black Taffeta and
$2.00 33-In. Dlack TafTcta, Special nt $1.29
$2.23 35-In. Hlack TafTcta, Special at $1.49
$2.50 35-In. Hlack Taffeta, Special at $1.79
$1.85 35-In. Black Messalinc, Special nt $1.10
$2.00 35-In. Black Messallne, Special at $1.29
$2.00 35-In. Black Satin Duchesse, Special at $1.39
$3.00 New Printed
All-silk, and in the very
newest patterns. Small fig
ured effects called "Grand
mother" patteins. Light and
dark ground colorings. 40
Made with the new cire
satin back, in n moire design
shown for the first time this
season. In black, white and
a geed range of colors. 40
Fine quality, in white and
pink only. 40 inches wide.
' $3.50 Satin
A pure dyed silk with an
excellent body, exceptionally
fine in weave. Shown in
' about forty new shades,
ugni, medium and darK, in
cluding black. At a price
lower than is new asked at
the mill. 40 inches wide.
bNELLENBVRflS Third Fleer
In Our Fourth Fleer
Rug & Linoleum
$05.00 9x12 Seamless
Fringed Wilten QQ AA
Velvet Rugs.... OU.XJU
In pretty patterns and nice colors.
Seamless Wilten QQK A A
Velvet Rugs 4OO.UU'
In rich Chinese and Oriental patterns.
1000 SMALL RUGS
lit Twe Sizes
$5.50 27x54 Best
$9.50 36x70 Best
54 Tan Stripe
Fine, high-luster pure dyed
taffetn for sports skirts and
cnt.re dresses. 35 inches
$4.00 Printed Crepe
Georgette, Q-i Q
Made by one of the leading
silk manufacturers, in new
est street colorings and de
signs.. 40 inches wide.
In colored floral designs, in
a uidc asseitment of ground
colorings. 40 inches wide.
$5.00 and $G.OO
All-white and black-and-white
stripes nnd plaids.
Seme novelty colorings. Tally
He, Fnn-Ta-Si and May
$2.00 Crepe de Chine
AH pure silk, in white
satin stripes and white
ground effects. Beautiful fast
colors. 32 inches WHe.
Pure dyed silk, fine and
firm in weave. 30 inches
All-silk, fine twill. Cemes
in a large variety of newest
designs and colorings. 3G
$4.50 Black Satin
Cashmere, &0 AO
Semi-luKtreiT3 finish, heavy
weight and an excellent
black. 40 inches wide.
$1.50 te $1.85 Printed-
Japanese and j
India Silks, A O
Pretty Oriental colorings
and patterns for lnmp shades,
draperies and linings. 30 te
36 inches wide.
$4.00 Crepe (Jrt QQ
Meteer, Yard $0
A pure Italian silk, beau
tiful and highly lustrous. In
rich colorings for street and
Clearance of Odd Pairs of
Curtains and Panels at
Fresh merchandise from our regular
stock. Original tickets remain en the
curtains. Yeu take one-third off your
self. Consist of filet nets, Scotch nets,
novelty nets, Irish point, etc. In white
500 Odd Window Shades, r?Er
Hand-made Cambric and Sunfast Hol Hel
land Shades complete, ready te hang, in
various widths, up te 30 inches. All 2
yards long. Mounted en guaranteed
Special January Prices for Slip
Cevers and Reuphelstcring
In order te keep our workroom busy
in an otherwise dull seasen, we will de
your slip cevers and rcupholstering nt
greatly reduced rates. Our representa
tive will call and give you estimates.
January prices en upholstery fabrics
offer further Bnvings.
i nnn r i r-
Cerk Linoleum, 4 Yards
wide, at, square yard
Please bung measurement'.. Slight
$3.25 Best Quality
Velvet Carpet, yard
In pretty CIiuicm? and Persian patterns,
suitable for room-., halls and stairs.
."-'. i 'IrTvS Feuith Fleer
Very heavy-weight Canten
and crepe de chine, in a large I
assortment of ground color-1
ings. Large Persian border I
designs the newest things
fe- dreses and sports skirts. !
1U inrlirs wirte
Finely woven and extremely
soft. The finest quality carried
by any Philadelphia store. In
a geed range of light colors! evening wear; also black.
J-.. ,..H. f ' 1. .l ; 1
lui evening wear. 4u incnes minus wine.
wide. Our special price en' "
this velvet was formerly $9.50 1 $2.50 White
Z2li J Silk Bread- (T- A f
cloth, Yard.. tDJL.b
All-silk, of a geed henvy
Chiffen (q rrr
A few odd colors in
quality. 40 inches wide,
quality, for men's shirts. Will
launder perfectly and is
guaranteed te w e a r. 32
Geed heavy quality for
fakirts and dresses. 40 inches
I $3.50 Imported
Black Dress (T-j OA
40 inch. Very fine quality,
I made in Italy by one of the
I best manufacturers.
$2.25 Colored fi A , iengcCf $ I AV ", Yard . . $ 1 .dV
laffeta, ardtt)X.Ua' T .. . . 32 te 30 inches wide. All
In a geed assortment of j pe S s"'k fe? stii t" S Kcoed. heavy quality, fe?
Plain and changeable colors. ' g, !tJkll' """'" '; gd styles.
"',"u,h"""k' J Ver fine, heavy quality. 36 TTTIZZTZ
n , i . inches i.n v-.wu i iimi'll
in coiereo u t nn ---
r. m.a vsc ..m
ti? -- v D
Tep Surface Cowhide
Suitcases With Fittings
Hy Actual Campariaan the Finest
Anywhere in Years
AT $15.95 EA-
SNELLENbUReS Fourth Fleer
N. SNELLENBURG & CO.s
Mnde in every wanted size. Of fine
surluce stock ever well-constructed frames,
lined with moire silk. '
Complete Willi Eight Heauliful "Fittings"
Mirror. Comb. Hair Brush, Nail Brush,
Mutten Heek, Soup He.v. Teeth
Brush Container and Teeth
SNELLEMBURflS First Fleer
Very line quality chiffon
taffeta, guaranteed te wear
Light nnd dark colors. 5
$2.75 Crepe CI "I A A
Georgette. Yd. P JL .V
Fine, cnp iae in a large
assortment of mlunngs
light, dark and hlack. 40
Sports Satin, C?0 OA
Woven from line Visco art
silk in white nnd a complete
range of sports -hades. .JO
Wash Satin, (Tt rrrv
.Pure dyed silk, M inches
wide. Finely woven and ex
cellent weight. Will launder
feta, Yard . .
Very fine, durable quality.
In large assortment of street
shades; plenty of navy blue
Silk, Yard . .
40-inch width. All the now new
est designs, for rtreet or
afternoon dress wear. Stun
ning combinations nnd many
10 inches wide. Solid color
brocades for di esses or lin
ings. Splendidly heavv qual
Uy in street colorings.
S4.0J) Black Satin
35 inches wide. A heavy,
vet soft mel'ew nuahty of
dress satin that will drape
Charmeuse, (T- nn
All-silk, geed weight, in
black, navy und brown. 40
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$2 Navy Blue
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blue. 35 inches wide.
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10 lncht-s wide.
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changeable evening shades.
Je inches wide.
$3.00 Cheney Bres.
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complete range of 40 inches wide: geed, heaw
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