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THE WASHINGTON HERALD t
14 SAT1J SATURDAY AyM HAY J 7 1910
The Mans Store Official Weather Report ReportWnrmcr ReportWnrmcrD ReportWarmerA Warmer WarmerD
D J J Kaufmans Great GreatClothing GreatClothing Greatclothing
Clothing Winners WinnersAre
Are bringing more men to the Mans Store than thanever thanever thanever
ever before Were Jt e re selling hundreds of suits at a agreat agr agr
great gr af saving and making hundreds of friends friendsi friends18OO
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Were Wei W re going to sell a thousand of these serges sergeshave sergeshave sergeshave
have already sold several hundreds and the de demand demand demand ¬
mand is growing bigger every ever day Every suit we wesell 1vesell wesell
sell brings more customers This is the finest finestSerge finestSerge finestSerge
Serge Suit ever built to sell for 1800 1800a a highgrade high highgrade highgrade
grade handmade garment full of snap and andcharacter andcharacter andcharacter
character Honest true blue quality and were wereselling wereselling wereselling
selling it as an extraordinary bargain at 1375Our 1375 1375Our 1375Our
Our Great Leader in Fancy Suits SuitsFirst
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shipment Ship ment in hundreds of stylesthe styles the typical typicalM
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Daniel J Ambler a a retired banker of ofTampa ofTampa ofTampa
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dwelling in Bancroft place west of ofConnecticut ofConnecticut ofConnecticut
Connecticut avenue numbered 2112 112 This ThisIs Thfsis
Is one of the lie four residences recently recentlycompleted recentlycompleted recentlycompleted
completed in n this street fcy U Harry Harr Ward Wardman Wardman Wardman
man and was sold through Shannon ShannonLuchs ShannonLuchs ShannonLuchs
Luchs The consideration was 21000 21000The 21 21000The < XIO XIOThe
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three baths and Is of the colonial de design c1esign design ¬
sign with kitchen on the first floor All Allfloors Anfloors Allfloors
floors throughout tho entire house are of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the parquet style sttle and the home Is heated heatedby heatedby heatedby
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W D Wathenputchased Wathen purchased the two twomasted twomasted twomasted
masted bay ba schooner sCh oner James J mes A Parsons Parsonsfor ParsonsCor Parsonsfor
for 823 S2 at public auction Wednesday at atBaltimore atBallimore atBaltimore
Baltimore The sale was w wis s by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States marshal to satisfy claims The Thevessel Thevessel Thevessel
vessel will be overhauled and used In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the Chesapeake Bay freight trade tradeWatch traderatch tradeWatch
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Gallon 24 Rev Eugene de L McDonnell
COLORED COLOREDRichard COLOREDRichard
Richard Farrell 35 and Jennie Fishe
35 Rev ChappeJ P Irby
CALCIUM CALCIUM CALCIDMCLUBSCORES CALCIDMCLUBSCORESUniversity CLUBSCORES CLUBSCORESUlliver OLIJB SCORES SCORESOniversitY
University Ulliver ity Students Staid eats Present PresentGirl PresentuGhl PresentGiil
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BROWN AND SCHNEIDER STARSFormer STARS STARSFormer
Former Carries Off Large Amount of ofHonor otI1onorl ofhonors
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Latter In Applauded for Splendid SplcntllilDancing SplcautlclDnnclng SplendidDancing
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Origin OrlfflniK Number Umler Applauded ApplaudedAt
At the Bolasco Theater last night the theCalcium theCnltlum theCalcium
Calcium Club repeated ita success of ofThursday ofThur ofThursday
Thursday Thur dnt evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The show thow1he The Girl and the Pageisone Page PageIs PageIsone Is Isone
one of those musical comedies which are arean arean arean
an everchanglng kaleidoscopic knleldos < oplc of color colorcostumes colorcostumM colorcostumes
costumes and good fun with songs and anddances anddances anddances
dances interspersed interspersedFollowing IntersporsedFollowing interspersedFollowing
Following the us usual ual musical comedy comedylines comedylineS comedylines
lines the theme was tvas left largely to the theimagination theImagination theimagination
imagination of the audience What Whatthere Whatthere Vhatthere
there was of o it seemed to be beabout beabout beabout
about a goat golltor or neophyte neophteof of a fra fraternity traternlt fraternlty ¬
ternity ternlt who was being put through the theusual theusual theusual
usual stunts of Initiation This save savethe Javethe gavethe
the piece a college atmosphere atmosphcroalthOush atmosphcroalthOushthe atmospherealthoughthe although althoughthe
the scene > > was at a II summer resort rc art Th Thcharacters Thcharacters Titcharacters < >
characters were largely college men and andgirls andIlrls andgirls
girls and the snap and vim of the stu students studonts atudents ¬
dents lost nothing nothln in their delineation by bythese bythetle bythese
these young youn men menthemsolves themselves students at atGeorge atGeorge atGeorge
George Washington University UniversityJesse UniversityJOe UniversityJesse
Jesse Browne was cast c at In the role of ofArthur ofArthur ofArthur
Arthur Sutton the thelendcr lender In the Initiation Initiationof
of the page and to say that he snr snrrlcd carried car carried ¬
ried off ot a large h gc part of the honors would wouWba wou1 wou1bo wouldbe
ba putting It mildly Hi lite acting wa wuex wuexcoliont was excotont ex exuollont
uollont lie hag a i splendid voice which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was heard he rd to the best effect In lite 11 songs songsIts songsJts songsIts
Its Jolly to Go to the Seashore SeashoreTheres seashoreTheres SeashoreTheres
Theres Nothing Like Lovo AftT JUrf Af r All Alland Alland AllVs
and My ly Maiden from Okl OldThat VaA VaArThat Ya YaThat
rThat That he was wable able to dance as well oil as asfog asling asslag
ling fog and act was as proven by his interpo interpolation InterpokUon Interpolatlon ¬
lation of a burlesque burlc ue Boston and andhte Andhi andhis
his hi waltz with yui Y young U > > g Schneider In the theLovo theLovo theLove
Lovo tong ng This was the flrst r8t of a alarge alarge alarge
large number of dancing specialties all allof anof allof
of which pleased plefU fd the audience audienceSchneider audiCACOSchneider audienceSchneider
Schneider Scores Hit HitI IfitIn
ht I the part of Teddy Thornbrooke the thegoat the1OHt thegoat
goat who is made to play the part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the page James D Schneider was en entirely tmtlrel entirely ¬
tirely tlrel up to the requirements The ma majority majority majority ¬
jority of tho humor fell to his share and andIt andIt andIt
It te l to his credit that he was wa able to get getmoat Jetmo getmost
moat mo t of it acr across very well Somewhat Somewhatshy Some1batshy Somewhatshy
shy in voice he made up for it amply amplyby ampbby amplyby
by hi h his l personality and humor His several sev several leveral ¬
eral dances were excellently gtven gtvenA
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A A Moore was Gov Thornbrooke ThornbrdokeTeddys ThornbrookeTeddys Tbornbr oke okeTeddy
Teddys Teddy father and though he did not notappear notappear notappear
appear until the last act he succeeded succeededin
in winning a largo argo amount of dr applause applausewith applausewith applausewith
with hit ulta Its Good to Be tho Governor Governorprobably Governorprobably Governorprobably
probably the most catchy piece of the thepfey thepIa theplay
play pIa and his duet with Mrs X Hale HaleA HaloA HaleA
A Widow ldow Should Know KnowW KnowW KnowW
W T Coburn contributed much of the thefunny thofunny thefunny
funny dancing His dance with 1th Blackley Blackleyin BIa kley kleyIn
in Shes Not ot for You was all undoubtedly undoubtedlythe
the hit of the piece The couple were wereencored wereored wereencored
encored ored time and again In until they were wereforced wereforcecl wereforced
forced to stop from exhaustion exhaustionAnother exhaUEUonAnother exhaustionAnother
Another dance worthy of notice was wascontributed wa50contrlbutef wascontributed
contributed by George Graham as JacK JacKJohnson JaCKJohnson JacltJohnson
Johnson tho waiter who never speaks speaksword aword a aword
word but who was responsible for a large largeamount largeamount largeamount
amount of the comedy comedyC
C B Kalseran1 Kaiser I and R B Blackloy were werethe 1erethe werethe
the two daughters of Herr Llpp and their theirdelineation theirdolineAtion theirdoilneatlon
delineation Of f the two lovesick maidens maidenswag maidenswaa maidenswas
wag excellent Roswell Dague had the therich thorich therich
rich comedy corned part of Mrs Irs X Hale the thelady thelady thelady
lady with the suffragette Mea Ideas HIs Htecomedy HI HIcomedy HIscomedy
comedy was clever and his only song songgood songgood nS nSgood
good
Others Give Specialties SpecialtiesOthers SpecinItlcsOthers SpecialtiesOthers
Others in the cast who pleased ple sod were wereKilbourn wereKilbourn wereIilbourn
Kilbourn Gordon Carl H Butman Hugh HughH HuhH HughH
H Saum and Semaj Lieno all 11 of whom wbomcontrlbutCtl whomcontributed j jcontributed
contributed specialties Praise Is due the theauthor theAuthor theauthor
author Philip Scantling who although althoughho
ho had no acting part in the production productioncontributed productioncontribute productioncontributed
contributed two songs Ma Ia Bello Estelle Estelleand Estelleand Estelleand
and the opening chorus of the second act actHis actHis actHis
His voice as always was clear and fine fineand fineanc1 tineand
and his work was wa roundly roupdl applauded applaudedThe applaudedThe
The cast castArthur castArthur castArthur I
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A P I D Q rioskader ri drcMler to isTediys TWdjs T CI initiation and andthe aDdthe andthe
the pride t1rid of tb the Mack ek Soph at Wtastoa WIsstoaUairendti WtastoaU WiMtoBUirenitl
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Gormaor lovernor of Montana and wealthy wealthyBon Wfl8ltIQaa wealthyran
Bon aa Stokes Kilbourn Gordon GordonAn G GordonAn rdot1 rdot1Au
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importer importerWilhclmliw ImrortctWilhelmina importerWlbeimissa
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Just vnporiziRg raJ1Ot htJ euwosoans eo wxunans W I8 S suffrage sakragePierre suffragePierre MltrlacPierre
Pierre GtMavatit JSewej Limo LienoA LlenoA LimoA
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Dick Dkkcaton 11 V T Coburn CoburnA
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MaidsHalI Iald Hallcr r Btecklcy and Headier HeadierFraternity HendlerFrattrniu HendlayFraternity
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Najlnr Simpson Bmining mmln r Galbraith It G GMoore GIoore GMonte
Moore Mathews Cash Will Weber obM ad Cadjr CadjrThe Cad CadThe CadyThe
The performance will be repeated rcpe te Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day evening for the benefit of Messrs MessrsHarris llossrs llossrsHarris MessrsHarris
Harris and Pryor treasurer and assistant assistanttreasurer assistanttreasurer assistanttreasurer
treasurer of the Bclasco Theater TheaterBIGGEST TheaterBIGGEST TheaterBIGGEST
BIGGEST OIL GUSHER STRUCK STRUCKLake STRUCKLnke STRUCKLake
Lake View Well Tcn In California Gives GivesR9OOO GhesWOOO
R9OOO Barrel Dally DallySurpassing Dnll DnllSurpafslng DailySurpassing
Surpassing the capacity of the big bigBeaumont bigBeaumont bigBeaumont
Beaumont gushers the largest oil gusher gusherin
in the world has been struck at the Mc McKittrick McKittrick McKlttrick
Kittrick field in California It Is the theLake theLake theLake
Lake View well and according to statistics sta statistics statistics ¬
tistics of the United States Geological GeologicalSurvey GeologicalSurvey GeologicalSurvey
Survey it Is flowing daily at a n rate of
39000 barrels a day dayIt dnyIt dayIt
It cost 15000 15 < XIO to sink the well and to todate todate todate
date has produced about 500000 OOO worth of ofoil ofoil
oil Another big gusher with a capacity capacityof
of 25000 barrels daily dalt was struck re recently recenl1 recently ¬
cently cenl1 In Southern California but is now nowundergoing nowundergolng nowundergoing
undergoing repairs owing to an explo explosion exploslon explosion ¬
sion OH production in California has hasforced hasforced hasforced
forced gold to take second place the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total output outp t in 1909 amounting to 30
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It is thought thought the President will send to tothe tothe tothe
the Senate within the next few days the thelist th6list thelist
list of applicants for Federal offices In InMaryland In1larland inMaryland
Maryland Indorsed Indors < d at a a meeting of Re Republlcan Repu Republican
publican pu > 1fcan leaders and presented to the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President by Postmaster General Hitch Hitchcock Hitchcock Hitchcock ¬
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THE daily increasing sales of our great gre t BENDEESY Shoes Shoesis
is the best bestProof proof of their superiority Superior materials materialsand materialsand materialsand r
and workmanship make them the best Shoes on earth at any price pricewhile pricewhile price pricewhile
while PATENTED BENDEESY Soles
our make them as asflexible asflexible asflexible
flexible as light o oAside slippers slippersthough though their soles arc fairly heavy heavyAside heavyAside
Aside from their other unexcelled qualities BENDEESY BENDEESYShoes BENDEESYShoes BEI DEESY DEESYShoes
Shoes are WORTH FOUR TIMES THEIR COST IN COM COMFORT COMFORT COMFORT
FORT ALONE ALONEThey ALONEThey ALONEThey
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FOR FORllOMECOI1G FORllOMECOI1GCommittee HOMECOMING HOMECOMINGCommittee HOMECOMINGCommittee r
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Committee Seeks Support of ofChamber ofChamber
Chamber ChaIn bel of Commerce CommerceWith
With tentative plane for homecoming horoccominsweek bomeeomtnsweek homecomingweek
week Indorsed by the board of directors directorsof
of the th Chamber Cbamb of Commerce Isaac IsaacCan IHaeCalM IsaacGans
CalM Can chairman of the committee arranglag arrang arranging ¬
lag for the celebration A will a uk k UM In IndorMtnent tndorHment indorawnent
dorMtnent of Uw fall Chamber next nextTuesday ne nextTuesday t tTuetlda
Tuetlda Tuesday night nightMr nightIr nightMr
Mr Ir Gan GaM said yesterday that develop developments developnUs developments ¬
ments nUs already have ha 0 indicated the event eventmay eventmay eventmay
may be made such a big success that he heis h heis
is desirous of the pledged support of all allthe allthe allthe
the members of the Chamber ChamberWhite ChamberWhile ChamberWhile
While the director were nc presentod ntod too with wilhthe withthe withthe
the general plane that have been made madefor Jnadefor madefor
for homecoming week It Is announced announcedthoe anAOuncedth announcedthese
thoe th these plane worked out in n detail will willbe 1mbe willbe
be laid before the members of the Chain Chamber Chainher ¬
ber on Tuesday TuesdayMany TUeedA TUeedAIany TuesdayMany
Many Iany features suggested for the weeks weeksentertainment 1ek 1ekentertainment weeksentertainment
entertainment will be presented and if ifadopted ifadopted i
adopted by the members of c the Chamberthey Chamber Chamberthey
they will 111 be formally incorporated In th thprogramme thprogramme the theprogramme
programme programmeAltogether programmeAltogether I
Altogether the claim is made that thf thfplans theplans i iplans
plans to be unfolded Tuesday Tue day night will willbe willbe willbe
be In the nature of a revelation to the themembers th thmembers themembers
members of the Chamber and a a big bigcrowd bigcrowd bigcrowd
crowd Is expected to be on hand to con consider conIder consider ¬
sider them preparatory to their final finaladoption finaladoption finaladoption
adoption adoptionTTNION adoptionUNION adoptionUNION
UNION WOMEN ENTERTAINED ENTERTAINEDXntlonnI ENTERTAINEDNatlonal
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National Society Socl t Give rroRramme rroRrammeat Pro rnmme rnmment
at Pythlnn Temple TempleTho TemlleTho TempleThe
Tho National atlonal Union gave the ladies UadlesAuxiliary LadlcsAuxmar ladiesAuxiliary
Auxiliary Auxmar a reception last night n ht In InPythian InPythlan inPythian
Pythian Temple and the following Collowln pro prograrmpe progral111l1e programpe
grarmpe was rendered renderedGeorge renderedGeor renderedGeorge
George Geor e Skilton violin solo Miss 1Js I IGraham 1Graham IGraham
Graham piano solo Miss liss A X Buttler Buttlerrecitation Buttlerrecitation Buttlerrecitation
recitation V T A Cavanaugh eomle selec selections selections selections ¬
tions Miss II Thomas vocal solo Miss MissBeatrice MissBootrJce MissBeatrice
Beatrice Coagrare solo flies tiN SoUers SoUerspiano SoUerspiano Sellerspiano
piano solo A E Long solo and Mr MrKahn MrKahn MrKahn
Kahn recitation recitationEach recJta recitationEach lion lionEach
Each member of the auxiliary was pre preecntod prescnted presented
ecntod with an emblem of the union by byE b bE byE
E C Ford FordJAMES FordJ FordJAMES
JAMES J S E McGILL BURIED BURIEDItcqnlcm BURIEDRequiem BURIEDReqnlem
Requiem 31n linos In s Celebrated nt Si Pnt PntrlcUi Pntrick Patricks
rlcUi rick Church ChnrcliRequiem ChurchRequiem ChurchRequiem
Requiem mass was celebrated for forJames forJames forJames
James Elmer JIcGlll of Covington Ky Kywh6 K Kh6 Kywho
who wh6 h6 died Wednesday at the residence residenceof
of his uncle John M 1 McGill MO K street streetnorthwest streetnorthwest treetnorthwost
northwest yesterday esterda morning at St Pat Patricks Patricks Patricks ¬
ricks Catholic Church Rev Rc Thomas F FMcGuigan FMcGuigan FMcGulgan
McGuigan assistant pastor of the church churchofficiating churchofficiating churchofficiating
officiating officiatingThe officiatingThe officiatingThe
The pallbearers were Leo Hughes HughesFrank HughesFrank HughesFrank
Frank Lyons Lee Townshend Paul Ra Ramey Rame Ramoy I I
mey me Fred Stack and Percy Harbin In Interment Interment Interment ¬
terment was at Mount lount Olivet CemeteryLOCAL Cemetery CemeteryLOCAL CemeteryLOGAL
LOCAL MENTION MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS MENTIONEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS TODAY TODATKcrfolk TODAYlforfoIk T Tlorfott
Kcrfolk lied Washinjcton Steamboat Oompanya Companyssteamers Oompanyaiteamers OompsnllItramm
steamers from foot of Seventh f4Tenth street roc for Old Point PointComfort PointCanfort PointComfort
Comfort and Norfolk dally at 615 p 1 p m mSteamer mSteamer mSteamer
Steamer Charles MacaJester for Mount oant Vernon VernonLeaves VernonWTCS VernonLeatra
Leaves Sercntn street wharf harf at 10 a m and lU lUp lU110m 111p
p 110m 110mCart p m mCart mCana
Cart from Fifteenth street and New Tcrk avenni avennievery utnnlntr1 areanaerr
every err Quarter boor hz for Zoo Park Chcry t hcTi Chase sad aadChildren u4Ken sadKensington
Ken Kensington KensingtonChildrens nt ntChlldrcn
Children Dny nt Our Studio StudioSaturday StudioSaturday StudioSaturday
Saturday May 7 7Today 7Today
Today TOda any child between the ages agesof agesof agesof
of 6 months and 14 years may obtain our ourregular ourregular ourregular
regular 3 per dozen cabinet photographs
3 for 30 cents 6 for 60 cents or the en entire entire entire ¬
tire dozen for 90 cents Satisfaction guar guaranteed guaranteed guaranteed ¬
anteed Bring the babies Pack Bros
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You Cant Fall to Be Satisfied Satlwfledwith Satlll Satisfiedwith d dwith
with the way E P Hlnkel Co 4SS
Me 10 ave clean fine rugs and carpets
Thorough work without injury injur at mod moderate modrnte moderate ¬
erate rnte prices Fireproof storage house houseRetired houseRetlreel houseRetired
Retired Dairyman Bankrupt BankruptWilliam BankruptWilliam nnl rult rultWlUlam
William A Hartranft Hartranft yesterday filed Hieda
a petition In voluntary bankruptcy List Listing LtstIng Listing ¬
ing his assets at 5295 295 and his liabilities at at522G2S5 at226S5
522G2S5 Hartrnnft is a retired dairyman dairymanand c1alrymanand dairymanand
and resides at 107 10 Seventh street north northeast northeast northeast ¬
east eastJno eastJno eastJno
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fect as skill utmost care and pure in ingredients ingredients ingredients ¬
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We are selling high grade handtailored mens clothing at a afraction afraction I Ifraction
fraction of its real value valuethe the finest grade regular S22 22 and 25 25values 25values M Mwalues
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This sale of mens handtailored Rochester clothing has cre created created created ¬
ated a sensation There are hundreds of suits to select from fromHens from1rfens fromMens
Hens Suits made of good material 500 500Mens 500Mens 500Mens
Mens all wool blue serge Suits well tailored 725 725One 725One 725One
One lot of Mens and Youths Coats and Pants to match 350
500 pair of Mens Schloss Bros made trousers every pair of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them worth up to 600 60010 lo go at 275 a pair One lot of Mens MensSample MensSample MensSample
Sample Pants one of a kind pure worsteds and oassimeres 185 185a
a pair pairEntire pairEntire
Entire Bankrupt Stock a 0f R e eCos Miller MillerOos MillerCos
Cos childrens 9 s suits to go on onsale onsale Oila OilChildrens
sale today a at 40c on on the dollar dollarChildrens dollarChildrens
Childrens Knickerbocker Suits 350 value at 179 179Childrens 179Childrens 179Childrens
Childrens Knickerbocker Suits 400 value at 235 235Childrens 235Childrens
Childrens Knickerbocker Suits 600 value at 325 325Entire 325Entire
Entire lot of 750 and 850 Childrens Suits including includingserges includingserges includingserges
serges of the very best make sizes up to 18 years at at475 475
400 pairs of Childrens Knee Pants values up i p to 100 100MENS 100at 100at
at 35c 35cMENS
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special weakness blood and skin diseases Special Specialind S 5pecaland i iInd
ind private tl ailments of both sexes exes cured quickly
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