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DESERET EVENING NEWS TUESDAY MAY 10 1910 3
m AIR CAUSES
BUSINESS LOSSES
Diminished Efficiency Costs Em
polyers in Chicago Millions
Annually
I
INSTIGATORS MAKE REPORT
THkrll 111IIt11Hr UII Not
rrIok
Jl8 UK iwrrt < > f lIa1
VdllllHtitlll
9t3ad air cauee an
April
cbIgn
In ChlC0 alone of
>
tnnual flfl Y lOllS
I
iuOOOO In decreed working
boUl
olll < len M an1 ot nrly IJSOO006000 In
nited States according to U
tilt In
n the prellmlnaJ7
bawl UIon preliminary
JIIOt
oomirflon
Illlnoln
stigiln of the
ru i 1IlIse ot whIch pr ° r
o ° or the UnlvenHy of
c B Ijndufl
riiio lalrman
bIcag i is i
that the ffh
prove
The tlilire
only I vitally Important
sIr cure nt
to worker but aleo to employer
how pa > rolls are Increased by thee
I vitality cauaed by bad air
allmlnlhe1
dtmInh
loot U r Vhi fnormou Ion Ii In tc
Ihuh th JfIe and IItOIIII
t rl 111 the hdtr tIasi ot buildinhi
Vn larllI Atot of this be
ntrlbule
< money uaiIrPd In a decltlllMd
of uctle 11111 Our In the htJlJer
prUCtV Ih aUnph Ii laden
ctIL an iiM mitir and breathed by
landros of the Mnd of wroNs an4
inUIL lneiiKuton have proved
tllal n n III the cleatu st elite and In
the franst building In the cleanest
CIIM th nr Is Knatly deficient In
tiu oione tiwt inuke1 the open loun
air so Invigorating
m mnuntuln or sea
11
ond stimulating and conductive to I
nod work and lots of It
MtU wnd In one of the largest
barn In Chicago that several empleycH
loot an hour time or mrV4aI1
through illsablrm due In heavy air
Tbte trouble was remedied by the In
tndiKtlon Into the room uf oione
which h the new Vhr method now la
irlMrlallr manufactured by electricity
tVeral years ago 11 mn who had
born Hurkii Hi n <
ell died after collection prto
was coinphti loi < lr H M f
wily conceded to be tIM aw
When many people ire crowded to
Tthcr whether In a room or In a city
I I ft mrana more organic matter thrown
off Inln the air and consequently less
I purr air than In the oountrj HrfentlaU
lerkltiK a no > tn sne the rltles from
I themselvs arc going bark to mother
SaluTe anl taking their cue from the
lPeptiroll Pills
IronlM tin blood tone tho nun
jtreugU the stomach aid digestion and
promote iwett restful natural sleep They
are chocolatecoated acceptable to the
etomacli and easily asilm
hated and the best nicdl O
elM for anemic i by t1
pale 1IIIr
you and dyspeptic men HOpe
women and children and 1 qc9Q
all Mfferer from the effxts
of the tr nw > tu life oC today Price 60c or
1 Of drufgiaU or by mall
C L HOOD Co Lowell Mat
electrical atorm After en etrctrlca
torm the city elF IK freak ant pure
for a ahort tlmo The Vihr nu thud
make oaone ver > much aa tho thunder
atorm makes It by htrklIy split
ting the two atom of oxygen Into
three atom the n milting entratton
being the tremrndoiiMlv potent producl
osone The untie dtuchargpd Into
the cir both aterllliu and precipitate
organic tiuttlttr haring the atmonphere
fresh and sweet and Invlgoratlni
where ox > gcn Is obtainable
IrofeaRur Hoftdcrmm his puahed hla
Inveatlgatljns far enough to announce
that he 11I11I found a great Ignorance
upon the part of empluyera and even
a majority of physician of tho bad
effect of foul and Impure air In their
many factories and atnrea and offlcea
The mortality and dlnablllty UK due
to then cendltlon In greater than the
lint due to accidents
There art aboat 1000000 wage earner
In Chicago and a < onerrvatlve eitti
mate la that they lose through th <
4 oclock Ietdown or tlrwl feeling
an averag hour per hay each from
wolI promoted chiefly by bad air
condlllonx Cither In their pure of la
hot In their home In street rare In
theater or other plajca of public gath
ering At an average of M cent par
hour thin actual loss In working time
alone would amount to 4J 0000 by
the end of the year It la probable that
the loan la even greater
However the money lout hecauce of
time actually taken off from work la
mrt a umall part of the Ins In work
ing eHlctency A man working day aft
er dav Ida room that lacks the vitalis
ing eirerMklng element of oaonlxe1
air W e4iiheIy more than M per cent
ft 5 etRfWtit a a man who works under
th WMplrMtkNi of that ivies and lnvla
wtitrWr etninaphr Making all doe
IMwanre for the tkouaatWU wh iM
work In the cttle In ffclrly good air
MtiItonl < a roniM rriitlve mktlmal Ia
I Vt t C mIntv III
about four tlmH atI great aa the actual
a iTl work
How tn cnfiwrve the working effleten
cr of HIM Ithplnye hIt bexime one of
tile llreakH problem of the city em
player although air condition have
mit yet ben given due confederation
A kw or from onethird to onehalf In
wnrklHR rapacity becomes a aerloua
matter both from the Individual sel
fish viewpoint an > from the viewpoint
of Its effect upon the budnraa of the
entire country More than one billion
dolla adder to the earning cape
< fty of American wane earner would
have a notlcfnWe effert Ulon every
liuxlne
< = =
Rosy Cheeks or Pale Ones
A moments reflection with tour mirror cUl give the hint as to the condition
ofvoursytem I ja t licet muddy complexion cuil ee iIow a poverty
of blood You rcimre fmthing 10 mai earlciuiful sUpiy of rich red blood
count through your eins To ensure this take
BE CHAMS PILLS
the wonderful little bloodmaker Whatever your blood mayneed the stomach
will iiinpljr from the daily food when It Is in good working order lleecham3
Pills aid the stomach to digest its food and to annulate the blood elements
They Increase the supply and improve the quality of the blood If you ate
pale veA languid or anaemic a few doses of lleochams 1ills nil
Make all the Difference
In boe with full direction lOc and 2Sc I
I SOCIAL AND
L PERSONAL
Miss Anna McCornlck entcitiilni tin
afternoon It a luncheon giviir In h n
of Mr lrentl Oray of Ia Ann I
S
Mr K D Herman entertiii tli
Qulngcnta club this afternoon
S
This evening two hcpters of th
Sigma Chi rriternlt Iliu Salt Lik in I
the Beta Upsilon give a banquet ut
the LnUerslty club
I S C
Col and Mr E f Holmes v h
have been absent from Salt Lake fu it
long time have returned and are at tin
Knutsford temporarily They are tc
companies by Col Holme daughter
Mr White from Detroit and by Lo
renso Snow
S C
Mr It Q McMillan together with
her daughters the Misses Mildred urn I
Mine will give a mention on Friday
from 1 to 5 In honor or her daughter
Mrs Charles Mmlth of Frisco
S 0 S
Last night Miss Ruth Dradson and
William Earle Zuppan of North Ye
kim Wash were married at the horn
of the brides parents Mr and Mie
N Hradson with llishop Heber Cutlet
officiating The bride wore a travel
Ing gown of gray cloth with hat to
match and carried brides roses and
after the ceremony the couple left to
make their home In North Yakima
Both bride and groom have been con
nected with newipaper work the form
er a 5 travelling representative of the
Western World of Denver and the lat
ter II correspondent of the Bpokus
manKevlew of ApofcaAe
S SC
The Opal Card club meet on fttu
day with Mr W W Harvey and Mr
F W Meakln at the home of the lat
ter
o C S
Mr and Mr E J Robert art < In
Twin trails Idaho for an Indefinite
atayMra a I
Mrs Ferdinand J tfeMaa left dit I
Sunday for a trjb which will Include
Now York and Boston Ae will tie
present at the commencement evetulaa
at Harvard when her ion Harold will
graduate
a o
Mr and Mr J Arthur Home are
her from Victor Idaho vUltlng esia
tlvas
t > 0 0 S
lisa Bdna IHltty entertained at a
delightful evening party lOt night for
Miss Nnllie Hmlth one of the aeaon
bride the room being decorated In
pink and white carnation and the
britleelect receiving many dainty gift
in linen
S S S
The Bayvlew Heading club met Mon
day wltb Mr D N Btraup each mem
ber being allowed a guest The pro
gram Included a talk on Schelleman
and his excavation In Greece given
by Mr Travera
0
The Salt Lake Woman club meet
this afternoon with Mr Wllhart
S 0 0
Mra Oeorge OlUette has vlaltlng her
M Qeorge Atherton of Cripple Creek
Mrs J M Reynolds bu gone for a
trip to flan Francieco and Portland
1Iee Ratelle Clinton has returned
from a stay of three month In Bol e
where he ha been visiting her broth
cr
S S 0
Mrs W II Slats Jr has returned
from Nevada where he tiM spent ev
t ral week
S S S
Mr Edwin Buyer entertained her
Hewing club yesterday the decoration
being In bridal wreath and thin and
about a don present The club meet
next Monday with Mr Merrll NMbley
0
Mr Chloe Eldredge Jia gone to
Washington to visit with her daughter
4ra Reed Smoot
HORSE THIEVES CAUGHT
Word has Just been re < cle at the
itllrc of Win K Johnson head of the
department for the Oppression of the
> il or liquor among the Indian of the
A < 2
IJ Whit Iirn E3TABL1e5P1LrLD l 4 Wednesday
Cartani
at nr i > T I
4 II Another
188
100 Pieces
M50 Whit ud r4
Arabian c luiu tJ7 ol 30c and
Urtahn itt
Itdp tr 1 lItHe 13 llNfR50iJj1
UMQ
ONE AU NEVER
t I i i p IQ PR1C TO IU V I
35c New
210 A STIRRING
STifiRINGas
II M riim ir Petticoat Special
Ulni fthit ml A9f nececnvercTaatn Fabrics
Arabian I > rnI
M Print a s n n J4LliIrTvr 1 131 IlriTICOATS AT 8Ji
Curtain n MI
al per lFi atherbloom and Moreen prttl Consisting of
pin ir p ksPL1tJ 5it coutx color bluck light weight and
ilniHlile excellent for summer wear Foulards
2 40 Three or four different tvle too
i1vt liooie from We sell these Ietll p
Foulard
uIlIszazzt1a i oats Ht 160 Special
89 C
morrow Ht
IUo Vlnt JrNh n A Brilliants I
Point Curt ilm on
oa1 at in r pun A Stirring May Sale ol Infants Furnishinns Embroidered
I S 290 n Novelty
Ilili Binit May Milu lirhiRs out the ircllloil iicati t Mjlei In InfnulV Repps Gross
rseiriwee Ihs Ullw nml IVmtn hljlis that HIV I lie ittt llnlli nml nc cr qua I Iitl
nt any prulous wile at tluie briltC Grains
nIO Berlin nml
Hum run tin tJlUnts Long and Short Infants I Bibs Printed
blip and Arab
Poplins and
tan Dresses Ttegulur Sc bib on
rotor n ale 3 C
ale at Printed
at
Per air Uegular 50c Ore sei 25c Regular lOu Mb on
5c
nle C C
eli on at aale at Flaxons
330 Regulr75c Ureunes neB 15u rilbn on
49c Sc
on vale at C ale at C The choicest
ieeas5naxzsat Regular l2i OrKHH Itegular 25c bibs on
79 18 C fabrics in all
It 00 Batten on ale at g j c sale at
ru > and berg Regular JlSO Dream qs Regular bib on 25c tho new
scrim
eUuln on kale at t 100 ale at
o n sale Regular 86 < bib on 4 shades on
M Per ilir Regular SOO lrean t 149 ale at Ted t
on sale at t4 L HRiilar 100 bibs on Q sale at
420 Regular JS 00 DrM 195 sale at 69 c
C V on sale at tP 1
lIasseamrelKl Regular Hoo Urcwes tct Q 1 Infants Carrying Coats
285 l8c
on sale at p1 Sc 5 Itrcillur Sir S300 SIJO ftlClO
17GO
Point Di 15 and H Iresot iTh mill SHoil idle on Nile nt SI10
bhlan urtulns on Kile at P 325 110 S805 Sli3 anil SIll oath
1750
Kerlm
ertni Cur 9 DuchexN
w 1IZSII S9 Cur
lain 170
Hut talnx Irish Point
Iolnl lMb Intaln if und Irlih SHIRTS FOR BIG MEN und clunv Cur
on J talnn on sale ut
Mle Jr
lit
nr iialr
per pair
2 SO MXIKil i SI HUTS III fin Impoitd fnnge und H tta
t 530 n H lllN > ill > 01 11 I n U iiitt rn s id 11 0 17 1S5 I
o 17 I ll IKj ull1 111 i 0 Villil I i I at S 640
I
e f > cna 7
n
roLEYy KlDNtY PIllS
for backache rheumatism kidney or bladder trouble and urinary irregularities
Foley s Kicney Pllla purify the blood restore loot vitality nnd vigor Refuse substitutes
FOR SALE 3Y SCHHAMMJOHNSON DRUG COm ANY SALT LAKE OITZ
> S
1t15LER
I p
h1a4rar I
On k of Ill IJoH
LOflt will make Menf
IOIHOH of good bread A
Kuk of
UIImts lIoOt1t
Oath 170 Thus bring
ing the cost of each loaf
to IKKH THAN IH rents
Isnt that worth a little
I
i time In the kitchen 7
Lir
ll
capture of Andy Moore and Louie
Augustine two Porno Indl < in horse
thieves who murdered Sheriff Kemp of
Lake county Col at Bcott alley a
few dare a me The capture were made
by one ef Mr Jonataini men H V
ConeehaJI over near Mnund valley
nrat Moom wa caught on rpper Lake
and hI Irnpllcatecl
Auruetlne wfto was
mmt d ay chased over Into Lakepoit
Where both Indian an Imw Jl dCed In
MIL Petal or the murder and cap
ture hve not yet reached Mr John
sons ofUce but Mi ToiiieFliiill is ex
Kcted In Malt I alMI a lw thy
ItXCUHSIONK IMSTT
Vbi OruKon Short Line
To Cheynne or Denver and re
turn SI2E
To Colorado Spring or Pueblo
and return tilIO
To Omaha or Kna City and
retnr j 400
To St Lnula nn4 rWtHrn 14100
To St raul or Minneapolis and
return SOO
To ChIcago and return 5190
Proportionately low rate to other
point
polnnekls
Tickets An sate May 6th Uth June
4 11 18 17 July 7th and nth AUIr
4th and September 14th and Slrd
Limit October Hat For further par
tlculara see agents
CITY TICKET OrFICE JIll Main SU
Rural riiinililne Inre
J W Dudley 410 80 Ith E Hell
1611X
AMOSKKAC < irilAMS 7o Ylt
Cutler Ihlcea K Main 8t
G W P HERRING HERE
Dlsnllnrt of Kmtrrmit Order of ItnsloH
On Ulllcliil Visit
Qraad Worthy President Frank B
Herring of the fraternal Order of
Ea les arrived this afternoon accom
panied by Mr Herring from the seat
over the Rio Grande They were met
at Helper by II S McCann J J
Thorn and Albert Hen of the order
In this city and eavorted to the Oem
loh hotel on arriving at thl city Fol
lowing an automobile rid about town
there will b special ceremonies In
Kaglee hall till evening
Mr Herring graduated from AVI1
llamaport Pa high school In 1892 He
wan a student In the University of
Chicago during the years 1SM45 lie
entered the University of Notre Dame
Indiana In 18M and graduated In ISM
with degree of bachelor of philosophy
In 1902 he was nominated for Congress
by the Democrat of the Thirteenth
district of Indiana aud cut the He
publican majority In half In 104 he
wan renominated for Congrea In this
campaign he ran 5000 vote ahead of
the presidential ticket The grand
worthy president In 1908 was candidate
for lieutenantgovernor of the state of
ndliina and lacked only 15 votes or
tile nomination
o
BUS PASSENGERS
lj TJ NIIIIII general manager of the
Telluride Power oinpany and A D
Smith local punhuHlnir agent arrived
from the east thta monitntc and are at
the Cullen Mr Nunn attended a board
meeting at Cleveland O
1C 13 1onlinr of Iynnrtyl who wan
connwted with the recent land draw
inc of the Hevler Land Irrigation
company is at the Cullen
Mr ami Mr JumM A Murray of
Butte Mont arc ut the 8eiiloh
P H Itlcli a well known wholesale
driiaKlKt of Man Franolaoo is at the
Somloh He III accompanied b > a party
confuting of Mr Rich and laughter
Mrs R K Hlch and lice Virginia
V Rich
Ijinuir Ni1iii a mlnltir man of
niuckfoot Idaho III at the New Wind
sor
II M Olimleml of Dries Ida who
Is luigel interested In real eatate In
cistern Idaho IH at the N w Windsor
I C Donlitul and Jam Machel
young iiilmnK men from Garfield are
HI the Kniyon
Mr nml > Irs K W Clark of Ophlr
are ut thf Kii > m Mr Clark Is a
on1 Inic mining nan of that district
Illilltr M M Nrlloits of Provo In at
th SVIIri
NO WOOL MARKET
AV C Sun of AlHiitl Tell of the
im oe of Slump
Whit wxl in generally almost aa
Htihli tu dour let octalonally there
II u Stump In the market and the
iripD out of things and that
IH the ji vnt condition throughout the
t tilted State according to W C
Hnou It prominent wool man of llantl
i iniMiiting Jeremiah William At
i fIIHn of Host on who la at th Cul
l < n toliiv
Tli re Is practically no wool market
ilislit nw because of a clash now on
h twein the jobber and clothing men
aid Mr Snow All the Vtah wool
not contracted for last full art being
hipped Into Chicago and Motion on
nolnnmcnt Thl consignment wool
0 III riKt the Honlgrower from three
to three HIM a quarter ornt a pound
uhlh Im luden freight to the ware
IIOUMH ronimls km and ale months
tornicp The consignment men art
tn < F them preliminary coats to the
i cMilgrowprn but It of course event
ually comes out of their prtca of
till Wool
rat full probably from S900000 to
KWOOO poumla of Utah woola were
solj at fi OMI it eenta to O cant That
auld represent cloM to I2t60600 paid
Into the pocket of Utah Ibfep men
n laat falii vale alone The variation
In price was duo to the quality of tho
wool The northern Vlah wool were
longer and of a finer quality the
southern wool rather abort and not
quite up to the wool of the north
Wintering condition may have had
something to do with that None of
the Utah wool ii up to its uual high
tnadatd however
7Mtc to 4ft Immerta amount of
ifrtiiilgnmeht wool now either atored In
Chicago and Boston or on the way or
about to be shipped This Is placed In
safely constructed warrhouivs made
for the purpose and iii of ourae fully
covered by Insurance There will
probably be from 000000 to sooo
00 pound of thl Utah consignment
wool In thOM two cities within a
hort time representing another big
um of nearly two million dollars
The cause of the wool slump Is
this There Is a widespread daubing
of Interests between the New York
Jobbers and the peoplp who control
Ihe clothing trade of the world The
Jobbers are nuking certain prices for
their worsted good which the cloth
Ing Interests think should be sold
cheaper on account of present high
priced living condition The Jobbers
refuse to make concession so the
clothing dealer have dropped the
worsted gondo and taken up what are
called wool good but In reality con
tain not nearly so much wool a the
wonted This apparent boycott of the
worsted good I understand has al
ready caused some failure of woolen
ipllls In MlUlIuhU
p
TWO CHILDREN DROWN
TnoVoHrOM Son nf Airs Illali Itillf
In Imet Illlcli
Special to The New
1ayette Ida May 10The second
death by drowning In two day occur
red here yesterday the victim being
Kmeraon High the twoyear old son
of Mr High of Chicago who Is visit
ing near Payette with her parents Mr
and Mr Levy Klby The little fel
low atrayed through an open gate and
fell Into an Irrigation ditch which
run along the outside of the prop
erty The body of the boy wan found
50 yard below the spot where he I
supposed to have fallen Into the ditch
The first death by drowning oc
curred the day previous when Lewis
the little on of Mr and Mr W L
Egbert who live eight miles north of
layette fell Into the lower layette
ditch and was drowned
I e
OVERLOOKED THE FACTS
Murnlmc lnnor Storv of Wuilc Cute
MlElitb OfT Color
In It strenuous endeavor to reach
the tact In the case of the death of
George Wade a morning paper over
looked everal of the document In Its
rail against the county officials I
Item interview aiiriDuiru u > n
Gotten the decedent had been icfusi
aid from the county The following
letter contradict some If not ull of
the statement made by the morning
paper
County Physicians Office Salt Iike
City May 7
James SabIne Pauper Clerk Cuflty
Commlisloner Office
Dear IrI have examined Mr Oco
COMMON SENSE REMEDY
The manufacturer of Etectropode
thin copper and sine plate to be
worn In the huhave hit upon a
novel but extremely effective method
of treating bodily ailment Rheuma
tism neuralgia nervous headache
Incomlna stomach and liver trouble
are quickly corrected and permanently
cured by mean of Electropode
If your Druggist cannot furnish
Electropode write to Western Elec
tropode Co 281 Lo Angeles St Lo
Angeles Cat and they will ace that
you are applied If Electropode
fall to cure the 11 00 deposited will
be returned
M + +
h
a TRIB 5
r 1
A ruaranteert core for the
Liquor ami Tobacco Habtla t
v
PRICE S1250
III X
sciinAMAiJoiiNsoy nnncs
y rivo Stores Where the Cars Stop X
I
>
Wade and report the fottawlnr Treat
ed at 8t Mark Ihree week county
and lent to the lattrnwry Took away
from InHrmary Dr Kerr engaged ni
ease Mow the father want the coun
ty doctor again Do you still want
county to treat him Respectfully
DR oDELL
County Physician
Mr ftablnee tory of the call urnu
the county U
lAst Saturday forenoon Mr Cotton
cam to me In regard to Mr Wad
He wanted to have the county take
are of the patient and I told him that
It would be for Dr Udell to look aftei
the man At Mr Cotten Invitation
however I went to the Wade borne
Saturday afternoon to look at the pa
tient and he was tn a serious condi
tion I wan Informed however that
two doctor Dr Kerr and Dr Van
Cott had been In attendance I old
Mr Cotten that I would take the mat
ter up with Dr odell and 1 gave Cot
ten my telephone number so that he
could rail me Saturday nIght I talked
with Mr Oddl over the telephone aol
he told me that the rick man Wade
would be better off at the Inflrmar
than the hospital and arrangements
were made to vend hint out there
On Vunday I wan Informed tha
Wade had been taken to the hospital
The only thing 1 can ay la that wu
did the best we could for Mr Wade
1
I ciatG
COil ITS
Faultless I
I
in every detail
i
I
DUPLICATING AND
TRIPLICATING
SALES BOOKS
I call on a thousand or more bush
ness houses and el all the different
book keeping wart
My rain boob arc the cheapest
printing on tarth any way but the
other store suggestion that I carry I
to you are of incalculable value
Incalculable strurk me a > a goal
word to UM right their 1
JOB WHITE
wan address lust SUit Ik never mtuJ
Street NUIbre no other
The MeCitkey Account Register all
U < eir books am supplies
I
I
I
I
The Old
Suit
Will do this summer Is what
the man sa > who knows our
method of
French Dry Cleaning
He sends It to us we return
It to him in a cellent con
dition for a very small charge
Telephone our order
We call and deliver promptly
No extra charge
Salt Lake Cleaning
Dyeing Company
351 So Mule
Bell 5235 hid 1734 I
NO MORE GRAY HAIR
It b easIer to Tiroerr tho color of th
bale than to rre it althou it H
possible to do but u Our fraulmoih <
Understood the secret They mad nl
used a sage tn and their daik glo
haIr long after middle life was due t > tu tact
tact Our mother nave gray aau l >
fore they are IIflJ but they art II < i i
flat to appreciate the wisdom of mi
grandmothers In using sage tft f
I their hair and ire fast folloirlag ti
The present generation has the acha
tag of the past In that It can i i
ready to ne preparation called Wjr n
Rag and Sulphur An a scalp teak au I
color restorer this preparation la n n
euperlor to the ordinary sage tea mii
by our grandmothers end It can J
bought for BO cent and fl a bottle <
almost amy flrstclas drug tore or s
be sent direct by 1M Wyeth Cheroic
Coropsny 74 Corttandt It Mew To <
City opoa receipt of price
For sale and recommended
Hohramm Johnson drug spec
agent
ce t r DUty fRf HDlS
e Weather Forecast Partly
Cloudy With Local Bnower
J Tonight and Wednenday
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WIJI iiS
C l
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3 its
1
Underwear That
is Suitable to the I
Weather
c arious styles and num
ci erous weights in Under
wear at many prices from
c Sac to 5 the suit
Purosknit Union Suits
S would ordinarily be consid
t < icd cheap at i our price
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