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THE WASHINGTON HERALD, SUNDAY, JANUARY 10. 1915. c -'Mtffiywi e vy y ?-yrwf vm A. L. FALK CO. 917 F Street N. W. CLEAN-UP SEE! BIG VALUES!! BE HERE EARLY! TheseAre GENUINE BARGAINS and NOT THE USUAL ADVERTISED TALK ."i0 line all-wool Tailored Suits in prett shade of navy, Mail. Copenhagen, green, and a few iioclt iuturcs. the hal-ami- of our stock of suit, that sold at from (lo.llO, :H(i.50, and sflS.lO. lor a quick clearance, i educed to This le $7.50 than cost of materials. :. of the finest grade chiffon hroadcloihs. I.vinansvillc clicv ios. jMiphns. and gahanliucs. Cloth Suits in dcsirahlc. shades of I ilack. navy, green, wistaria, browns, including 8 handsome Novcl t civet Suits, pcatt dc soic and Skinner satin lined. Suits formerly price, at $10.00, $22.."0, $24.50, and $29.50. All re duced to $10.00 25 'oeltv College Coats, for niis-o and ladies. Reduced fioni --rT-OS and $10.00 to $5.00 44 fine alI-o"l Winter Coats, in naw. browns, grays, and snitch mixtures. Keduced from $1015 and $12.50 to $6.98 l'.oth mis-c-' and ladies' sizes. Our Entire Stock of High Grade Furs Are Offered at V2 Regular Price. BE HERE EARLY! ANUS LAUGH AT ! POLITICAL RIGHT Dr. Shaw Said She'd Be for Suffrage If the Women Wrong. i U. S. GOVERNS RIGHTS! IanaiHBBaMEl The Most Comfortable Shoe in the World" i Mrs. Occultism and Christianity The Mystic Path of Human Progress Second Advent of Christ n mi. w . . it ki:ii. vl.iipiin in- have .i pptM iwl in l"i. ill n i "i l" from varwu in MMinons deliveifd in th - .i t-i ll' .idvcnt f . Woild which haw- In-in hoard from ii .(I iilaifmni-. and written im Th cc-ophH a! magazines M i 11 Till -f It ! I 1 i .uptll wa. .-poKrn annul Home rived but litllo attfnlmn. th.:iM. more ml more notio i i.iki ii of it. until now it can Mill t" lx confined at all to I nttciancei. lut a wide- T of a new im dike of religion and civil ization tli.it inn could trace a definite ,ni i i mild lHiocntzc a cjuite mtelligl l.'i -i..ii. in.' of nrU religions, rising in- alter another and nppeannc n h i Id when the previous civilization and n hpioii w.m lx-ginning to show wns of failing in its power, and of no longer , leng able thoroughly to cop with Hk condition piirroundinc it That th', looking back over the lone history of the world, it uaii possible to ."pe cvclei, requiring o.-le-. cai h of which began with the coming of n World Teacher, that coming lwing followed bv a step for- , want in the evolution of mankind, by i. I t xi , latum - cen that Home the dTwning of ti new civilization, cm i ai T,siilnr i- likelv soon to appear Iwdimg some definite principle and help i world f w leading "men in ' ins it to evolve along a. quite deflnite . hurl lies b ie proi laimed their Ih- J line, that looking thus at the world's his f in iich a rtmiii': Frnm nc land.torv. one perceived not only that each Mii .mother , find the hie i nnnng religion marked a step forward In civil ly 1 1, our own. and n s.eem. that thos' ization. but. also, that it brought out n, i . , m j-onie wa icMponsibie for I some parti' uiar ftature valuable to man- stihieri before t he putdi , kind, on whkh less stress had been laid to lav In f,. re then ftl'o"- in the re hgion that pre eded it. And so i-iiiv w in, n nil'' m iii , uraoimilv there crew up a conception or t rIh,D i' m in n- the .1 dllM of Holt- lie e ' woild lint I- h a in. I White Contends Women Should Not Vote Because They Are Home-Makers. ii) nits. m:oim.i: i wiiiti:. . liainii.n ef tlie Ilicni2tnc Commutes I't utiljlf ania Miti.i OiiioaI in vVumin MifTraKV. "I would be for MifTragc for m sex If every woman ottd wiung." This, of itourse is the attitude of our iikmsc i " otes ft i women entliusi.-it, Imt, nior- -over, it is the latest announced belief of li. .nna Howard Shaw, the president ! ol tin- National American Woman Suf fi.iBe AoMjci.it ion. Of course, it is tjulle ; likely that Iat week was not the firai time Dr. Shaw made this candid declara tionbut it Is tho firbt time the. writer has gotten it Dr. Shaw believes that women have an "unalienable riKht" to vote, no matter wliat happens, and conscitientl, she Is for the exercise of the to-called right, even "if eery woman voted wrong," or in other words, ncainst the principles of good government and morality. "Wlint In a It leu l!" Dr. Shaw, lioiveier, seems to lie hope lessly wrotiK about her "rights ' of women to ote right or wrong Her epigram, considered superficial ly, is suoh a daring ass, rtion that at llrst siglit wc ari- apt to oveilook tile fact that when analyzed, her plea is most convincing!) answered by Itself. Jt-rt. what is a "light'"" Tht. dictionary is illuminating on this point. "That which is true, just, straight, not erroneous or wrong, in accordant e with ! duty, equitable. In social and political a flail.--, that is right winch is consonant witli tile laws ami customs of a country A light in an valuable .-ense can only i be that wluili the law secures to its possissor b requiring others to respect it and abstain from its mlation." An "unalienable right," then, must not only be all these in reference to bung just, equitable, etc., hut it must. In addi tion, be a right that cannot he "ton vecd, sold, or made oer to another." I'nliappil), thW "unalienable right" ilaun i aiinot be applied to tile exercise of the fiancluse hi the wildest (lights of femin ist Imagination. Our 'rights" in "soilal and political affairs. must !c "conso nant witli thd laws ami customs of a country." In the Constitution, arlous rights are thus conferred on the ieopie free speech, the exeri i-e of religion, the right to petition, to bear arms, security from unreasonable seanh anil seizure, tiinl rights and civil rights an- all well detined in articles 1 to X of our l-'tdtial Constitution. In article XV of the consti tutional .. .lendinents. tho right of citi zens to tte, originally defined in article I of the Constitution, us depending on the qualifications requisite for electors of the in. .. onerous brant h of the State legislature," was made undeniable b ' the United States or bv any State, on account of race, toloi, or previous condi tion of serviture. ' All rolltlcnl ItiKlitK Alienable. Thus, we sec. both according to tho dictionary and the Constitution, the laws of the land determine in the prescnlicd manner the qualifications for voting. There i no such thing as an "unalien able ' political right. 1'ractically eierj right in the catigory is "alienable" for just cause, nun tlio.se elemental human , The Idea The dream and ob ject of every ihoe manufacturer for yeart and years has been to make a shoe with abso lute flexibility and qual ities that would give to the wearer complete foot-comfort. Many have produced different soft sole or cushion sole shoes which have had-merit BUT it remained for TRAVERS to secure the sale in this city of die one shoe perfected and copyrighted by a lead ing manufacturer after years of study and con sultation with orthoped ic specialists. JPBSSSSHSSBSSSSm BBBBHEkS&4h3wjS&kBBmBBSH JBbBsSBjRSSSSSBBBBBb SSBBBBBBK?jsffSad9plSBBBBBBjBBBBBBV IT-ifiD'wgi5t. The Result Whereas al! othof attempts at attaining the pmnade of s-tccess hi thiJ'jdea hare result ed in comfort shoes, ia soft lad with no style, and with-ths-whofc'idisa rxmgcmfort-'Wtth low heet asd'eosracV ho Ing being old ladies shoes. TRAVERS ia o&erfng this line puts KrSaal stamp on it aod declares ft to be med in up-toe-min-ut styles and lasts, with correct stylish heels and possessing all -the lines of the stylish women's footwear, fit for any and -all -uses. Also in-Fawn.and'GrayTopfj Both Patent and Gua-MobiL n tlie coming of a Teaiher I mi to put befoi-e ou ,.t thought wbi ii suggest belli f is lational. Mime of win. h hair Ifi us to think , hi.- In "llfn tllin,-t' ',na tKn niir.iill rel cion and civilization which one mav ' , ,,.,. " .., ., . '.u outline brieu in the following wa: That , T ,,,., ........ , . . i . , . ' point where they conllii t with the rights mankind had to learn many lessons ami . , h ', .. (," , a, i.... ,... a,r i ia.. r . i J of others, or of sot i. ty. How women i- n iTit-r inniii uiiirifiii. niiuia ' uii can have an "unalienable ' political right that lias never been glien to men. we cannot unilei-stnnd. but how Dr. Shaw beliee thiy have the "right" be- emhodied i enlliiation and so human- "iocs io oie wrong eclipses anytning we itv. learning the lessons, dew loping the I ,mvt' --4r heard on suffrage' qaalitui Imparted l the ri illzatinn j It is almost as daringly defiant of com traduallv shows an adanee. with oer mem sense as, the assertion by another enriched qualities, and one b one, learns suffragist last week that an antl pamph the nece.-sar lesstins taught In Wot id let to Congress "contained arguments Teai hers and incorporated in religion' hut no reasons in opposition to woman As ou look Into the world's historv anil suffrage" This beautiful distinction was studv it. that iew comes out more and drawn, it seems, also without the assist mure clearlv. ' anee of the dictionary, as tho latter de- tines an argument as ' a reason offered for or against a proposition," and how that th, -e lessons and qualities i a i ommg likelv. and in doing this j came forward in special religions which I ... .mi t.. iiiili, n( the !illditv of i are jHntMl In pmnhnGlTA nrtlenlnr j. ,,. , 'M ... I-.-...- --. .... . .. --... ...... ,-..- ... -...,'....v.... I"- ...--. - .......... ....... nf Hia p.itiniiilit. nf the i tei. liim t li.i t llin f. nr-lilnt-a tho,, n'ara Can ' ll iiiiii inn, " ....--.....- - ..... ...i.... .. ... ....,....e.' .... ...u ',,.1 n epnon t lea-t I will put fni ou our grounds, and it is for oll inilge whether thee grounds lie solid .. o 'i fei t or it, t l.et me remind i at the outsit that during the last "lur within tiitam small m t iiik of I'titi-tnii t ommunit v n Rood dtal was p .1 ilmiit wlitt wa-. then tailed tie, ,,. tomiiis of the "hn-t. Th,- Idea i i- t i u Ii i tinili.it -tliont the middle or i li-i unt'iit. t'uiiigli it met more x inliilllf tlian Willi a wide hi ept-I It wa put forw iril along certain! idiiional liti'-s. and was tiuite out of j '.I with Hit onltrl piogress of the 1-1 ft was s'lliro--eil that this toi.llllgl Number 705-44.00 the pair and worth $6 The RESTSHU is a comfort shoe, built on style lines and suitable for any occasion. The materials are the same as used in the prominent $6.00 lines. The workmanship is the best, and every pair has the special and secret tanned Restsnu soles. If you wear one pair you're forever a Restshu advocate. It is not a shoe for cripples, but for every woman and girl who ever have an ache in their feet. For sale in this city by 314 7th St N. W. At D St. TRA VERS "The Creator of Traversttles" itas'!g-V.V-gmcgTO3gJ.18PM JiWVU.-. i MHHHKHHBBSJSJSJSjKBj R TKHMWmlUS. TArV fvwm- V .uOTif iif.t furtlier linL' fnr ttir ' 1 purpose than to the beginning of the il l 111 I 111! t '. 1 reat Aran rate, from which we all are the anti writer managed to flit her offshoots You will find there in ils pamphlet with arguments and still gave earliest stoc k, that developed the great ! no "reasons" we cannot guess. Hindu faith, certain points coming out i ,..., ,. ...... .t....i .. luitic our world to an end It definite lv and elearlv which are the Hindu ' lit that the Christ had come i imtrihutinn, as it were, to the great uni- ' "' ' thoroughly agree with tlie reader nileem. would return a second ; versal religion. You find the idea of the that all this is an academic discussion n,-idera- ,mmnence of Ood. srrowinr out of that , t nonsense hut it is the kind of non- lhe iile.t of dun. then out of Hint there enso that some persons will pass as is the rcvognition of the unltv of man. ' hrilllanco unless Its true nature Is point So plainH tto these teat lungs come out cd out. T"'e sunragists win most of tlieir and dominate Hinduism, that ou find reciuits by Just such nonsensical epi- thal gnat I'resliv terian missionary. Dr grams, antl slogans. Milla'. saini as the risuli nf hit mimv The sober student, whether man or veers' woik. and studv. anil activity in ' woman, cannot be carried away with India, that Hinduism has given to the i statements he or she realizes conflict world two great dot trines. the Iminan-' witli common sense, but a certain num-enc-e of tod and the olldaritv of man her of followers alwas can be found Leaving Hinduism take the next of the gullible enough to believe and repeat groat Teachers and His work. It belongs these suffrage sophistries. to what w-i call the second great mlgra- j Your suffragist advances no "reasons' lion from the An an fatherland. It nf- i why women should voto instead Fhe de' feets the c i ilization of Kg pt. The name I pends on sensationalism and repetition to of Tlmtli. or Hermes, tinning tlie Kgyp- , convince you of her "unalienable rights tlim name into flreek. is the name of the ! which the Constitution nnd the Supreme World Teacher that is there recognized. Court both deny she has. ii onii r to iiidce, and mlier of ii. tq-le onsidert d that the 1 t it was eoinum when the prophecv w I tout fulfilment anoiih Indies s. I'nieil thron-h the ohnu hes, affirmed tii ii belief in mji h a rtturn. and nu I i 1 -till among the t'hristian eommurn I i s a cr rnnsiil.-ranle number of peo l' whii bold th it ilea of the return of 1iu hi ist to bring out world lompletrlv t in i ml fi 'was pointed out when these state ri its wiie madt that if n'j took the i-'s that were quoted in the New 1 si , , pi and looked at them in the'r ( -it il tirtek. ton tlid not find there Hi -hi ' pllon tif tlie end of our world. .i tailui of the t losing of an aire or I ml The thoui-ht that the world had i ffrrtni igrs through which it pa8ed I I lone Iteeu familiar in the Kant. in p in-- Hindus and tin- Huddhist It i in into the Vet. and was found n i u Hie Oreeks and the Romans, and I - dt a of the winding up of an age. " tl i 'osing of a world ieriod. found i w- as has Iteen often j-ointed out I s , lars. into the New Testament. r I was , oniiei ted in these teat-lungs i" the it-turn of the Christ ' de translation 1-ecanie wide!-. M'-t id and comparatively few eon ni d themselves about the original n it'ineiit in the llreek. this idea of the rl. str irtiou of the world 1-etame. very w .1 1' spread in Christendom, but in in own davs it found but small at eept i' t being too much out of accord with (1 i normal line of thinking to make or i ti trt men of the world, however t' uglitful thev might lie willing to i i ejit this notion of a sudden conclusion t he put to all the activities of the world in which thev were living. And o tilings remained, until a new- view of the it-lation of great Teat-hern to the iv oild graduallv began to spread among troughtfiil people. The conception of W orld Teachers, as brought forward by he Theosotihlcal Society, developed to i v en great extent, although It included. 1 t ordinary Christian view of Christ - a great Teacher and Founder of re Hglon The Thcosophiral conception, a widely l t forward, asks one to consider the ronvng of World Teachers as normal, ' as abnormal, as under a certain S--finite law. and not aa a breach of Mmt nuitv: as part of the Divine plan norkins out in human evolution, by ivrdch these Teachers form a long stre ression, appearing at quite definite In enals. and accompanied by certain defl ite signs or eondllion.s In the civiliza tion of the world (o which they come. rhcosophlits. looking hack over the K-orld's religions, pointed out that each Tllgion had such a great Teacher as Its Pounder, that no matter whoto you learehed In the past ou found som u-igniflccnt lieu ic at the lOinmcnccmcnt And His teaching is that of science, which built up the Kgyptian religion on profound investigation of Nature and the masterv of natural powers. o that vou find the contribution of Kgvpt to the world's evolution is in tlie value of sci tnte and knowledge of the physical world. Pass on to the third great migration, that whii-h built up Persia, and you find vour world prophet Zoroaster, building up a civilization of which tho keynote Is purity "Purity of thought: purity of woid. purity of act" that Is the sentence which every Zoroastrlan repeats every morning when he rifs. and that search ing after purity is the mark of the Zoro astnan faith. Come westward from Persia Into Greece, and ou find the great Teacher appearing as Orpheus. Beauty is the note of the Greek religion and the Greek civilization, and It was tho worship, the following of beauty, which made Greece so tnightv in the older civilizations of our world From Greece to Rome, antl quite an other idea comes out there. There you have the thought of I.aw the duty of the citizen to the community. Turning to the IVlij Wont-Mi Minnliln't Vote. Vliy. then, shouldn't women vote? Well, llrst of all, because they are women no. they never did "argue against man hood suffrage Just the same," notwith standing wrat the suffragist orator tells you. This is the greatest of all reasons whv women shouldn't vote because they are women. Of course they are "people,'' and "human beings" and "citizens" Just as much as the men are, but first of all, thev are women. Well what has that got to do with It? I.c. tho suffragists tell you. Miss Anna Mgrtin, president of the Nevada Equal Suffrage Association, told President Wil son after the last election: "The ref erendum campaigns arc killing our work ers." In other words, strenuous political campaigns at the polls are acknowledged by the suffragists the most advanced type of'the "new woman" as simply be jond their physical strength. They want vote-getting made easy for them, on the grounds that as women, it Is too hard for them to go out Into active political compeMtlon with men. Dut when the antls say this, then. Is one of the best religion of the Lord Buddha, spread so-rcajors In the world why women should far and wide in the East, you have the idea of right knowledge, or wisdom, of man learning how to live and seeking In all things to understand. When you have reached Christianity, that Faith on which has been built the civilization of Christendom, two notes are struck, the one naturally following upon the other. The llrst Is the value of the Inrtlv Idual. You notice In Christianity, as ou have never noticed before In the earlier history of religions, that It lays stress on the,enormous value of the In dividual and seeks to build up the Idea of Individuality: and you find In addition to that idea, not so much by precept as by exquisite example, thai when power has been gained It is to be used for service: when greatness has been attained then the greatest is to txi ag he that doth CO.VT1XLEU ON PAGE TEX. not re thrown Into such strenuous cam paigr.s at every election, tho suffragists reply: "Oh, no: because we wouldn't have to vote If we didn't want to we'd have the same right as a man to shirk the duties of citizenship." One of them was told at the last Senate hearing that such a principle was "subversive of Democratic government." but It goes on just' the same. Suffragists want their "unalienable right" which logically can not be "conveyed to them by Its own terms and limitations whether they use it or not. right of wrong. This Is exactly the sort of electorate we do not want added to an already too Indifferent class of voters. An electorate which proclaims the "right" to possess political privileges denied It by our government and public opinion, and which also disdains tho practice of such a right. If given, "In aa-c-onlance with duty." but claims. Instead. the weakness of women as an excuse for nllowing a few of the sex to dabble In politics to their heart's content without anv responsibility, would be the most dangerous element ever added to a Democratic electorate. Kvlls nt Great It All Voted. ' If all women used tho franchise, what ever evils resulted would come only from the Inexperience or emotionalism nscribea to women to a greater degree than men. If every woman voted, a high average of intelligence would be added to the electorate, hut at the same time, this would involve the very thing that suf fragists cannot stand going Into "ref erendum campaigns-' that "kill the work ers" at every election. Your wife, mother, or sister. Tor In stance, who is busy at a woman's work of keeping a happy home and raising healthv children, is thrown Into the whole furious muddle of partisan politics cau cuses, conventions, meetings, house-to-house canvasses, soap-box oratory, and all tho rest of it. And what is the net result? She mere ly becomes the mathematical "equal" to the freo and easy lady whose vote Is a positive menace to society! There Is no such thing as "unrelated" man or woman. The worst politician, tho biggest grafter had a mother, didn't he? Also, tho "vicious interests" the suffragists pretend to be their greatest opponents, have numerous sisters, and cousins and aunts and women related by ties not of kindred to do their bidding. Only last week. Director of Public Safety George D. Porter told the Min isterial Union of Philadelphia that cer tain notorious women were able to defy the law and tho pollen becauso they had "political pull." One. ho said, had been discharged on suspended sentence on twenty occasions, due to such Influence. Now what would it mean to give all these wonen votes, and Increase their political influence? Voleil Women Agalnt Senator. A San Francisco paper. Immediately after the recall of the State senator who originated the red light abatement law. said the "vicious interests" had voted the femlr.lno denizens if tho underworld "In swarms" against him. "Bathhouse John," of Chicago, and that art of Chicago knotvn as the worst ward, got raor- votes of women than his opponent a woman running on a reform ticket and wat able to use "votes for women' to perpetuate his political career. Suffragists say that "votes for women' would abolish the social evil In spite of the fact that the votes of women In- suf frage States have been used to make "wide open" towns formerly closed to liquor selling and all-night cabarets and wine rooms. On the other hand, the purity congress that met In Kansas City, and the Wisconsin commission that re cently reported on this subject, both blamed improper home influences for this evil put It squarely up to the home training, and therefore the woman who gives the home training to decide that no more boys or girls shall go wrong. Neither of these commissions of experts mentioned "votes for women" as desira ble to this end. Another commission of physicians re cently decided that moro than CO per cent of a numl er of girls who had gone wrong had become mentally defective, a judgment that bears out the studies of the scientist Lombrosso, in the "Woman Criminal." The gravest error we could commit at a time when this evil Is being fought by public opinion and education. in which women must take the chief part. at .a time when the chief of police of a big city complains of "political pull" pro tecting such women from the law, would be to give them votes, to allow their de fective intelligences, already swayed by avaricious men. to become "equal" at the polls to the vote of the beat wife or mother In the land. "MALARIA EVIL" MAYBESTUDY Plan of Public Health Service Is Favored by Educators. i i -iene The Society for tlie Prevention of ( tlonal defense, will propose additions 1 1 Tuberculosis lias Usui a similar pain- i 'he fleet in the forthcoming naval budget phlet "Twelve Rules for Health" with far b-ond those contemplated in the es- mark'd effect. It is the duti of the school to disseminate -uc:h information, and I shall be glad to see the Itook of the Publit Health Service " HYnrv P lllair, president of the Hoard of Education, aprovetl strongl of the Idea. "Such thinus. if thev are jmt up in simple form, so as to lie understandable tiirates submitted by the Secretary of the Navy. A canvas of the membership of the House Naval Committee disclosed that it thus time the majority Is favorable to a building program substantially as fo -lows: Two battleships, eight destrovers se - enieen submarines, one hospital ship, oi" Washington educators believe a plan of the Public Health Society, whereby the dangers of malaria will be taught along with other studies, is valuable, and enn be Introduced here with benefit to chil dren. The method to he used by the Public Health Service is to Issue a pamphlet. "A Child's Catechism of Malaria " It will lm introduced in schools wherever pos sible. "No longer is it accepted that the 'threo r's form the sum and substance of education." said a statement of tho sen-ice. "Public health authorities now agree with Herbert Spencer that the i most useful knowledge is that which enahlt-s a person to preserve his life and health." The catechism deals with all angles of malaria In simple text, the origin nnd effect of the disease is explained. There are illustrations to show tl.e mosquito, whicli carries It. in all stages of growth, and children are warned that cesspools and stagnant ponds are breeding places for, the mosiultos. Should lie Tmmlit Tnrly. "I think tin plan is good. ' said Health Oflicer Woodward "Any Idea is excellent that will help children and grown folks as well to guard against disease. The study of disease prevention is as impor tant as arithmetic, spelling, writing. and such subjects." 'I should be glad to see the books used here." said Mrs. Ellis I-ogaii. president of tho Federation of Women's Clubs. "The plan is tine. It is good to Impress children, by simple means, with the im portance of keeping well. Much good al ready has been accomplishid. The more we can work along these lines In early life, the better health we will have In later life." "There Is a tendency toward that sort of education, and it is an xccllcnt thing, ' said Superintendent or fscn(x). j Thurston. "It is a good way to teach hy-j to small ihildren. will teach sanitation i suppiy shlp. one tender each for subma rines and destroyers, one repair ship, one oiler, and one transport. In his estimates to Congress Secretary Daniels recommended two battleships. mz destrovers. eight or more submarine one oiler, and one gunboat. and prevention against disease," he said "If we find that we can ue the book ancl its description is attractive we shall introduce it here." FAVORS BIGGER ARMAMENTS. Servia to Get Adriatic Port? Iaris, Jan. 9. Tlie Milan correspondent limine Committee Will I rKt rentcr !tit ill Irepnretltie. Present lnlK ntinn .ire thu the House of the Temps Pays h learns that Itl Committee on Nnval Affairs, in lw of nn.l Serti have ilcnesi an a(neem the widespread publi sentiment that hnn v herehv fer ia will obtain i port on th liven uroustil on the suoject of thu n.i- Adriatic I FREE! All This Week I A dainty Brassiere with every Corset order. 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