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Unanimity Destroyed by byContestants byContestants y yContesta
Contestants ContestantsPRIZES Contesta ContestantsPRIZES 1ts 1tsPRIZES
Weekly Weekl prlzen of five three and andtrro IIDdtwo nd ndtwo
two dollars respectively r pectheIT nre nreto civett civettto
to the contestant for the puzzle pnxxleprinted poaaleprinted puzzlepriuted
printed on the Womans omnn Page of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Sunday Snndn ctcnlngr edition of The TheTimes TheTime he heTimee
Times each week for the three threeolutlon threeaoloUoua threesolutioa
olutlon adjudged trorthr
The content which clone nt 3 3UI p pin paif
in aif on Friday rodr rodre of encJi neck Is open opentq opentq
tq all who care to solve the puzzle puzzleThe puzzleeTJe z
The e awards are based primarily primarilyon
on c correctness timeliness and andneatness aDdaentaeas andneatneze
neatness Originality In presenta presentation pre prezentution entn entntlon ¬
tion also receive consideration in inwarding Inawardlug inewarding
warding the prices pricesI pr1zeI
I dont know whether or not the puz puzzlers puzzlers puzzlers ¬
zlers In general gene noticed the discussion discussionwhich discussionwhich dl8cusstonrh1th
which some of the readers reade of The Times TimesInquiry TImesinquiry Time3Inquiry
Inquiry colunin started in thefr th fr effort to toascertalff toascert1n toazcertkflYthe
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couplet coupletCount coupletCount coupletCount
Count that thatday day lost whose lowde lowdescending Iowdecendln lowdeecend1n ¬
scending cendln sun sunFinds zunYlnds sunFinds
Finds from fromtyband tr trj > band no noble action
done doneA doneA doneA
A puzzler In particular fortunately fortunatelydid
did cast her watchful eye e upon pon the theInquiry theInquiry theinquiry
Inquiry and andto to Miss Mf Mary C D John Johneon John Johneon ohn ohnFon
eon of Baltimore I I am indebted for forthis forthJs forthis
this very interesting little piepe ple ofliter ofliterary otUterary ofliterax ¬
ary ax hIstory T Let et me quot Miss John Johnson Johnson JohnFon ¬
son sonBased sonBased FonBased
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suggestion 8UgJsttOnIt It is traditional that it Is Isbased Isbased Isbased
based on a a saying of the Emperor Titus Titusthough Titusthough rItusthough
though the wording Is a little different differentfrom differenttrom differentfrom
from yours yoursCount yoU1Count yourscount
Count that day lost whose lowde lowdescending lowdescendlng 1owdeecending ¬
scending sun sunViews sunViews sunViews
Views from thy hand no worthy ac action action action ¬
tion done doneSuetonius doneSuetonlus doneSuetonius
Suetonius tells us th the story of at the theEmperor theEmperor theEmperor
Emperor Titus TitusOne TitusOne TitusOna
One night at supper in reflecting 1 ectinS that
he hehad had assisted slsted no one that day da he ex exclaimed exclaimed exclaimed ¬
claimed claimedAmlcl claimedAmid
Amid Icl diem perdite Friends I Ii
have lost a day dayI I I II
1 hope this may help you out in your yoursearch yoursearch yoursearch
search for the author of the couplet coupletwhich coupletwhIch coupletwhlch
which is doubtless more ancient than
Bobart and also doubtless doubU ss old Roman RomanIt
It IB s curious how forceful and appeal appealing appealing appeallng ¬
ing sentiments stand by us while the theindividual theindividual theindividual
individual who clothed the thought In Inhaunting Inhaunting Inhaunting
haunting words Is long forgot Cor ot I have havehad haehad havehad
had a dozen or more suggestions offered offeredas
as to the authorship of the couplet in inquestion InQuestion inquestion
question several of those who kindly kindlycame kindlycame kindlycame
came to my assistance attributing the thecouplet theouplet theCouplet
couplet to Oliver Goldsmith GoldsmithPuzzlers GoldsmithPuulem GoldsmithPuzzlers
Puzzlers PuzzlersAre PuulemAre PuzzlersAre
Are Not Agreed AgreedBut
But to get back to puzzledom proper properStrange properStrange properStrange
Strange as a It may seem I have found foundthe toundthe foundthe
the puzzlesolvers not by any means a aunit aunit aunit
unit in their opinions as to the special specialmake spelalmake specialmake
make of automobiles which they see fit fitto 11tto fitto
to enter in the puzzle page sociability sociabilityrun
run Possibly a dozen of the early earlycomers earlycomers earlycorners
comers declared de lared that the problem was wastoo was wastoo wastoo
too easy for words and admitted admltt d but butone butone butone
one logical solution solutionNow solutionNow solutionSow
Now just as I thought t ousht we were re all allgolnc allgolnr allgo1n
golnc go1n to round up u this cheerful journey journeyin
in a chorus of unanimity unanlmlt I hear voices voicesbearing voicesbearing voicesbearing
bearing another Import Well Im glad gladthat giRdthat gladthat
that everybody has an opinion and is isnot isnot Isnot
not moved by that of others Convic Convictions Convictions Convietions ¬
tions and the strengthto strength to stand s nd by b them themIE themIs
Is what makes for character and poise poiseand poiseand poiseand
and Incidentally for a continued in interest Interest Interest ¬
terest In life lifeFancy ureFancy lifeFancy
Fancy living In a world orld whcrecvery whcrecverybody whereeverybody where every everybody
body had the same Ideas and andJID an Identi Identical 1denUeaJ Identical ¬
cal method of expressing them Sure Surethe Surethe Surethe
the world would wouldbe be a waste of o sameness samenessand samenessand samenessand
and drab dreariness is Is It not so soI 801 soc944
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To exterminate moths which whlchha have got gotinto got1nto gotinto
into rugs and an carpets allow the rugs rujcsto rugsto rugsto
to stay out of doors during a dry cold coldalight coldnight coldnight
night This will kill both eggs eg and an in inaects InIleCt incctS
a aSprinkle
aects cctS cctSprinkie
Sprinkle gasolene on the furniture r 1il1 ure and andleave andkave andhave
leave it out of doors doo also until the theafer theeIor ther
afer ° r has evaporated evaporatedIn evaporatedIn
In packing ackIn away articles art1ci s place them themin themin themin
in a very dry room Moths thrive In a adamp adamp adsznp
damp place placeIt
It Is said that onioncut onion i
an cut in
up a asaucer aFaucer asaucer i
saucer and placed In ft a room room will v11 absorb absorbthe absorbthe
the odor of fresh paint paintA
A little airiraonla In
re removes removes removes ¬
moves the grease more oreth thoroughly rouq1ly and andgives andglvC andghcs
gives added ed luster to the t silverware silverwareTo sf1V SilOrtyareTo rware rwareTo
To keep k ep cake moist put a slice of t ap ¬
pIe In the cake box Remove the
apple applebefore applebefore applebefore
before It gets dry and an put in a fresh freshpiece froshpIece frohDlecc
To th thJ the weather5rstshaJurnBii weather5rstshaJurnBiiv w et ll 1r1i 1r1iW
W lcl1 Ir s hcaulGi1 so she learns
To Lo be faIr lairRainv faIrRaln fairRaIns
RaIns Rainvpredicted Raln v predicted makes her pout poutThough poutThouthslf3 poutThough
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Anywhere AnywhereNext An AnywhereNext here hereNext
Next the th dry dt goodsads goods itd she re reads readsThinking ds dsThlnklnS
Thinking of her many needs needsAs needsS needsAs
As S to dress dressReads dre85Reads dressReads
Reads them all with wlthcommeziisage wlthcommeziisageThen comment commQz sage sageThen sageThen
Then Inspects l sptcts the womans omans page pageMore paseMore pageMore
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After which h she tke ana may m iI perohance perohanceExchange prhanceTake e erake
rake ha5 ittUe lae glance glanceAt rance ranceAt
At tb the
S Exchange h ni e et
THE T rHE influence i ftuc < e of the he eOrient Orient which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has been strikingly emphasized emphasizedrecently emph emphasizedrecently ilbed ilbedreccnUy
recently not only in dress dre s goads and andtrimmings andtrlmmlnss andtrimmings
trimmings but in the form of our head headgear headgeal headgear ¬
gear and the th pattern of our frocks has hagmade hasmade hasmade
made Itself felt in the more Intimate Intimatewear jntlmateear lnthnatewear
wear ear for ones bed room and boudoir boudoirWhatever boudoirWhatever boudoirWhateVer
Whatever maybe mhy be the opinion relative relativeto relativeto
to the adoption of of the Far Eastern EasternIdeas EasternIdea Easternideat
Ideas for or our outdoor wear It 1 cannotbe cannot cannotbe cannotbe
be gainsaid g lns ld that the garments of the theluxurious theluxurious
luxurious Orientals offer most mo t alluring alluringmodels allurlngmodels alluringmodels
models for the evolution of neglige negligerobes negligerol1es negilgero1cs
robes Even in the less expensive ma materials materials materials ¬
terials copied after the Oriental hues huesthe huesthe
the colorings are always attractive and andeven andeven andeven I
even the simplest materials have an air
Decennial Performance of ofVillagers ofVillag ofVillagers
Villagers Villag Not Yet Known Knownto
to Tourists TouristsThe
The inhabitants of the little village of orThiersee ofThiersee j I
Thiersee ar are already making prepara preparations preparations preparations ¬
tions for the Passion performance which whichthey whichthe whichthey
they the give every ten years and which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they will be holding hi n 1S15 1S15This 1815This 1915This
This performance is said to be more moreimpressive moreImpressive moreImpressive
impressive than the one at Oberammer Oberammergau
gau because it is less advertised and andless andless andless
less well eJI known to tourjsts It Is there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore in no no s sense nse a commercial enterprise enterpriseIt enterpriseIttakcs
It Ittakcs takes place during durin Holy H ly Week when whenall whenall whenall
all the country folk In the neighbor neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood make a pilgrimage to attend the theperformance theperformance I Ipertornance
performance which previous to 1855 took tookplace tookplace
place annually annuallyDuring annuallyDurln annuallyDuring I
During Durln the eighteenth century the rus rustic rusticactors ¬ i iUCactors
tic UCactors actors did not follow any anyone one given givent giventext
t ttt xt as they do now after the libretto librettoof I
of George Eichler of Oberandorf nor norhad norhad norbad
had they the scenery scener which Hans Web Weber Weber ¬
er of Munich painted for the humble humbleshed humbleshed i ished
shed which served rved as theaterTha theater theaterThe
The village priest Is stage ta e manager managerand manaserand managerand I
and Is at present busy bU8 coaching the ac actors actorsln acWrsIn ¬
torsln tors In their different parts the school schoolmaster schoolmaster ¬ i imMter
master teaches the choirs and the themayor themayor i
mayor administers the finances The ac actors actons actom ¬
tons whose names are not published or orgiven orgiven orgiven
given out in any way wa must be b Indiffer Indifferent Indifferent Indifferent ¬
ent to personal success 8u ce85 and contribute contributetheir contributetheir contributetheir
their best from religious fervor ferorand and not notfrom notrom notfrom
from rom personal ambition Thlersee Is now nowwhat nowwhat nowwhat
what Obfcrammergau was wa two genera generations generations generations ¬
tions ago ten years hence It will doubt doubtless doubtI5Q doubt1cm ¬
less have imitated Oberammergau OberammergauThis
This Passion Play has Its origin prob probably probably probably ¬
ably In the local supposition that Pontius PontiusPilate PontiusPilate PontlusPilate
Pilate was burled In the neighborhood of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the village of Thiersee which lies on the thebanks tllebanks thebanks
banks of the little litt1 lake of o that name namePEACHES namePEACHES namePEACHES
Cold Weather Ve ther Delays Shipments Shipmentsand
and Injures the Crop In InSouthern InSouthern InSouthern
Southern States
The first shipments of Florida peaches peachesare
are being received In the Washington Washingtonmarkets tsaahingtonmaitets fashlnCtonmarket5
markets this week and are ar meeting a agood agood agood
good demand Ordinarily Southern Southernpeaches SouthernI Southernp Southernpeaches I
peaches p ches have made their th ir appearance In lnlocal inlocal
local markets marJ eUl before this time but the thecold thecold 1 j jcold
cold weather this spring sprhlg and the late latefrosts latefrosts I Ifrosts
frosts have h vo held the crop back consid considerably cna1derably ¬
erably and those that are now being re received recole reeolvetl ¬
cole arc below belo grade gradeToday JradeTotly gradeTody
Today peaches were quoted q otcd on the thewholesale thel thelWhfle8l thewhoiesle
wholesale market max ot at from 175 to 2501 2501per 25Oper 50 I IpC
per pC basket basketIn r rIn
In the opinion ofthe t116 wholesale mer merchants merchanta merchants
chants In this city the prospects are not notvery notvery 1 1very
very bright for fora or a good peach crop this thisi thisyear I Iye
year ye r It Is feared that the continu6d continu6dcold continu d dcold doold
cold In the middle Atlantic States will willresult willresult willresult
result In a small crop cro andhlgher and lsher prices pricesA
A large consignment of New York Yorkcreamery YorkcroameI Yorkcresmery
creamery croameI cheese ch ese was received today and andIs and andIs andIs
Is being retailed at 24 4 cents per pound poundTUB poundTUB poundTUB
Nothing can be more practical for tub tubdiesces tubd tubdssses
diesces d Nes than the oldfashioned seersuck seersuckers seers seersuckersand ck ckersand ¬
ers ersand and ginghams They have been re revlved revh xevIvcH1er
vlved vh vIvcH1er < < dr ier wear by oW oldanl and young
of ease an4 idleness idl ness dlfSc dUftcoU U to resist resistThe resistThe resiStThe
The kimono of Japanese c and Jtd Chinese Chineseorigin Ckm0ll8origin Chlneorigin
origin have not proved practical They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are a bit too Mousy for the more active activeOccidental acti8Occidental activeOccidental
Occidental while the ailenveloping ailenvelopingsleeve allenvelopingsleeve aIlenveioptngsleeve
sleeve has earned for r itself th the reputa reputation reputation ¬
tion of being about the most pronounc pronounced ronoune ronouneed ¬
ed nuisance imaginable imaginableAs lma nabJe nabJeAJI
As a groundwork however the Idea Meais IdeaIs
is capital and properly belted at the thewaist thewaist thewaist
waist and curtailed as to the aleev aleevthe aleepthe sieevthe
the kimono has much to commend itself itselfso
so I take it that many of my readers readerswill readersill readerswili
will ill appreciate and be able to put into intoservice Intoservice intoservice
service the good ood suggestions su gfSUOn8 as to line lineand lineand lne lneand
and material embodied in the modified modifiedkimono modiftedkimono modmedkimono
kimono and th the thenatty natty natt little neglige pic pictured pictured pietured
tured In the Illustrations offered today
Haili2 IDa ait I Horoscope HoroscopeThe Jftorof3COpel Jftorof3COpelIl
The Il ke e ctara Incline bat do Dot avtcompel DotcompeL netcompeL
compel compelFriday compeLFrldnr compeLFriday
Friday June 3 1 1010 1010Now 1910ow 1010Now
Now ow many mind ehall be beInclined beInclined beInclined
Inclined to hear thy plea pleaHE pleaaT
aT HE sun occupying an aspect or ofbeneficial orL
L L beneficial Influence in uence today rules rulesas rulesas rulesa
as a a fortunate planet Inspiring honor honorcourage honotcourage honorcourage
courage and steadiness of purpose purposeIt pu ose oseIt
It makes a favorable day for th thrighteous thrlShtoous ths thsrighteous
righteous and noble minded and anevil an anevil i ievil
evil time for those who deal in deceit deceitor j jor ior
or intrigue intrigueTravel IntrigueTravel intrigueTravel
Travel is usually under excellent excellentauspices excellentauspices excellentauspices
auspices under this tbl InfluenceThose InfluenceThose Influence InfluenceThose
Those who are in position po lUon to grant grantfavors grantiaors grantfavors
favors will probably benefit bene t them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves by so doing d lng as well as those to towhom towhom tOwhom
whom they show them themThe themThl themThe
The time should be excellent for forseeking forseeking forseeking
seeking positions and > all employes employesshould employesshould employeeshould
should be on the watch for possible possibleopportunities possibleoPplrtunlUo possibleopprtunlttes
opportunities of doing some specially speciallyImportant speclallImprtant speciallylmpsrtant
Important work workThis workThis workThis
This aspect of the sun is j held for fortunate fortunnte fortunate ¬
tunate for those who ho deal with great greatand greatand groatand
and Influential parsons parsonsMars penonMllrs personsMars
Mars la I in a position giving gJ1nS energy energyand energyand energyand
and vitality It will be beneficial to touse tolse touse
use the utmost efforts this day In Inprosecuting1 Inproecntlng Inproiecutlng
prosecuting1 any task or plan Many Manyminds ManymInds Manyminds
minds should be opon to new proposi propositions proposItions propositions ¬
tions tionsThose tionsThose tionsThose
Those handling Instruments Jnstrum nts tools toolsmachinery toolsmachinery toolsmachinery
machinery and flames are under the thefavor thefavor thefavor
favor of the red star tar today but the thecame theeame thesame
came power makes sharp things Are Arewheels Arewheels firewheels
wheels and weapons dangerous to tothe tothe tothe
the unskillful The Indications there therefore theretore therefore ¬
fore may be read to warn all periGnto persons personsto
to exercise unusual care in uslag ve vehicles vehlclos yehides ¬
hides crossing streets and handling handlingdangerous handlingdangdrous aodllngdang
dangerous dang rous implements implementsThere ImplementsThere ImplementsThere
There is a warning of quarrel quarrelespecially quarreles quarrelespecially
es especially oeJaUy among strangers strangersThose straD strangersThose ers ersThNe
Those who are concerned in any way waywith waywith Va Vawith
with foodstuffs are under favor The Thebenefit Thehenefit Thebenefit
benefit Is specially marked for bak bakers bakers bakera ¬
ers cooks and those who are eagaged eagagedIn
in preservative p uerYat1ye methods methodsA methodA
A sign arises that warns a powerful powerfulman
man against enemies enemiesPhysicians enemlNPhslcICI enemiesPhysicians
PhslcICI Physicians surgeon oeulite cuJll and andj aadothe andother
j other scientific practitioners are under undergood un undergood er ergood
good omens and shout shou be abl abLe to help helpthe hellUte helpihe
the HI U o > an unusual degree degreePeron degreePenon degreePersona
Persona with this UrthOte are un under URd und ¬
der d r planets 1anetg that Indicate that the thewill tbewill thel thelwill
will gain during durin the twelvemonth twelv lDol1tb by byclose byclo byclose
close clo observation and unusual una Ut indus industry 14 14try isduetry ¬
try tryChildren Children born today t > day are under stars starsthat starsthat Starsthat
that promtee high ambitions aL1blU ns and ft tal talents taleats taleats ¬
eats enabling them to succeed in inmany Inntany inmany
many fields
The I flC Tickietnottse Tickietnottseand Tv I iciernotise iciernotiseand df1
and his Sleepland Sleepy land Adventures AdventuresBy
fl By ByRoyRutherfordBailey Roy Rutherford Bailey With Davy and Dorfy i3
tf r EASING teaslg I was only onlyI onlYtoaMlng
U T I teasing you sa seagtae s the little lItUomslc littleI
1 music box In t the quiet ulet nur nursery nursery ur urs ¬
sery seryThe sery seryThe s ry ryThe
The TJcklemouse stopped turning It Itand Itand itand
and winked at Willy who was skip skipping IIklpping skipping ¬
ping merrily around the rug while his hisuncle hisuncle i iuncle
uncle played Shall we waken them themnow themnow themnow
now Willy WillyYes WillyYes VlllyYes
Yes lets Willy shut one eye and anddrew anddrew anddrew
drew up one fat little leg I wish wishon wlshoh wishoh
oh I 1 wish wishDavy wishDa wishDavy
Davy Da and Dorfy sat up in bed ant antblinked ant antbUnked anCblinked
blinked at the two merry mice They Theysaw Theyw TheysRw
saw w the Ticklemouse e looking curious curiously ¬
ly at the little round music box the thetwins th thetwins
twins had been having such fun with withtill withun withtill
till bedtime bedtimeMade bedtimeMade bedtimetade
Made in Germany read the Mouse MouseWhats MouseVhats MouseVhate
Whats the matter of the Germans Germansanyway GermansanJway Germansanyway
anyway Dont they know more than thanone thanone thanone
one tune tuneBut tuneRut tuneT tuneTBut
But thats an American tune tuner And AndDavy AndDav AndDavy
Davy Dav threw off of the coverlid and scam scampered scamored scampored ¬
pored ored over o cr to Mr lr Tickleraouse Its Itscallbd ItscalltJd ltscalled
called Teasing You Dont you like likeit l1keit likeit
it Mr Ticklemouse TicklemouseLike TlcklemouseLlke TicklemouseLike
Like it I love lit exclaimed his hisfriend histriend hisfriend
friend And how would you like to tosee tosee
see it perform outside its shell shellThe shellT shellTThe shellThe
The Ticklemouse gave the tin cover covera
a quick twist and out spilled the little littlemetal littlOmetal 1ttJ 1ttJmetal
metal bars falling with merry musi musical musical musical ¬
cal clinks on the tile before the grate grateGive grateGive grateGive
Give em m a wish or 0 two whispered whisperedthe
the Mouse in WillyR ear In a twink twinkling twinkling twinkling ¬
ling the little metal m tal bars became becameshiny becameshiny becameshIny
shiny metal men standing In a neat neatrow neatro neatron
row ro before the Ticklemouse like well welldrilled welldrmed welldrilled
drilled soldiers soldiersNow soldiersNow soldiersNow
Now said the Mouse well see seehow seehow seehow
how many man tunes they really do know knowFirst knowFIrst knowFirst
First tune he squeaked ueaked The first firstlittle firstUltle firstlittle
little man bowed quickly so o low that thathis thathis thathis
his head touched the tiled floor with witha
a clear belllike note His bow was wasinstantly wasInstantly wasinstantly
instantly followed by another farther fartherup
up the row and another another anothut1u anothut1uthe anothcrt1ithe till tillthe
the bowing men m n had played their tune tuneal tuneal tuneal
al Ithrough again just the same as
To clean curtain hooks ptaee them in inwater t twater Iswater
water In which a IHtle ammonia has hasbeen baab hasbeen
been b en dissolved and leave them for a lit little litI litItie 11 11tie ¬
tie while This will remove both dirt dirtand dirtand I
and rust ru t When wiped t with a clean cleancloth cleancloth I Icloth
cloth the pins will fasten into the cur curtain curtam ¬ I Italn
tain tam as easily e aily as a new ones onesUSE onesUSE < Des DesUSE
B Bert1 fore putting away aisa the winter hats hatscollect hats00lleet hatscollect
collect those thO e of felt aDd turn them to toaccount toatcunt toMeount
account From them you can make pot potlifters potUftfrs potUtters
lifters iron holders polishers for waxed waxedfloors waxedftoor waxedfloors
floors mats on which hlcl1 to stand potted pottedplants pottedplan18 pottedplants
plants and rounds to paste on legs of ofchairs orcbalrs ofchairs
chairs and tables to prevent scratches I
CCopyrlsht 19 mi by Roy no Rutherford Biilcy BiilcyThe Ball BallThe BaiIejThe
The Music Box
when wh n they had been inside the music mustebox muekbox musicbox
box only much more clear and sweet sweetrCow 5 sweetsow eet eeto
sow o Three Blind Mice Iice grinned grinnedWWy grinnedWJ1J grinnedWiIy
WWy Wi8hlngraou WIllhln out < e And the shiny shinymen s shinymen iny inymen
men solemnly Mlcmnl tinkled through the tune tunethe tUDethe tunethe
the twins had heard sung at at Mouse MouseTrap MouseTrap ouee oueeTrap
Trap Theater TheaterAny TheAterAny TheaterAny
Any choice said w the Ticklemouee Ticklemoueeto
to Deny who ho sat at staring at the little
row of shiny metal men as as1t if she shecouldnt shecouldnt shecouldnt
couldnt quite believe her eyes eyesCould eyesCould j jCould
Could they the play Rings on Her Fin Fingers Fingers n ngers ¬
gers and Bells on Her Toes shyly shylyasked shylyasked shylyasked
asked the little girl girlPlay girlPlay 111 111Play
Play it itt promptly commanded the theTicklomouse theTlcklemouse theTicklomouse
Ticklomouse And the little men mentinkled mentlnkle mentinkled
tinkled It off as If they the had sung it itall Ita11 Itall
all their shiny lives Whats your our fa favorite rayO favorite ¬
vorite yO rite asked the TVIshinghouse of ofDavy ofDavy ofDavy
Davy DavyI
I Morning Red said Davy who ho
I A JUNE SALE OF OFExauisite OFExquisite
Exquisite = M Milliner Millinery n
A lot lotof of Ladles Fine FineTrimmed FineTrimmed FineTrimmed
Trimmed Hats In all allcolors allcolors
5 colors trimmed beau beauIfully beau1ullyworth beaut
t Ifully 1ullyworth worth 51000 1000 to tobe tot
be t sacrificed 5 4 A QQ QQTen 9 8 8r 8ai
Ten dozen Ladles Ladlesuntrimmed LadiesS dl dl1i
S ai untrimmed r tH Hats in innew InI
I r new designs In all allcolors
i colors worth 5200 5200now 200 200t fXl fXlw
4 S
w 1i l t g 4i now selling 7 7 5 CC CCit C cJ
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Fifteen dozen fioz n Chil Childrens Chlldrens Childrens ¬
drens Hats in llllans llllansTuscans MucusTuscans lJons lJonsTuscans
Tuscans and rough roughstraws rougbstraws roughstraws
straws worth 49C y4QC A AC
150 1 Q to go at atTwenty atTwenty 4y 4yTwenty
Twenty dozen ozen Chip ChipHats ChipHats ChipHats
Hats in black and andburnt andburnt andburnt
burnt burnt just received receivedworth ecehedworthS300 eceIvedworth
worth worthS300 worthour our price S300 SI 1 I4V 49 > tO
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A Header nea ReaderI erI I am amglving giving you the correct correctattire correctattire correctattire
attire for informal morning and after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon wear which I think would be suit suitable suitable suitable ¬
able for the briiegroom and nd hie beat man roanwhen manwhen manwhen
when the bride wears a traveling cos costume costume costume ¬
tume tumeCoat
Coat CoatCutaay CoatCutaayWaistcoatSame CoatCutawayWaistcoatSame Cutaway CutawayWaistcoat
WaistcoatSame Waistcoat Same material as coat coatwhite coatwhite coatwhite
white or duck pique or fancy aney silk uk pat pattern pattorn pattern ¬
tern ternffrousers tornijroUtJ6rsSame
ffrousers ijroUtJ6rsSame rousocsSame Same material a M coat or 0 a aor aor aor
or a fancy worsted pattern patternShirt patternShlrtPJain patternShirtPlain
Shirt ShlrtPJain Plain white hlte with attached attachedcuffs attachedculrs attachedcuffs
cuffs cuffsCollar culrsC01lar cuffsCollarWing
Collar CollarWing Wing Win or poke pokeCravat pekeCravatAscot pokeCravatAscot
Cravat CravatAscot Ascot or fourinhand fourinhandGloves tourlnhandGlovesTan fourInhandGlovesTan
Gloves GlovesTan Tan cape gray suede or aim similar almnar aimliar ¬
liar shades shad in kid kidJewelry kIdJewelryGold kidJewelryGeld
Jewelry JewelryGold Gold plain or jeweled sot settings sottlngJl sottinge ¬
tings tingsHat tlngJlHatHigh tingeHatHigh
Hat HatHigh High silk with felt band bandFootwear bandFootwetlrThe bandFootwearThe
Footwear FootwetlrThe The patent leather black blackcloth blackcloth blackcloth
cloth or kid tops buttoned buttonedThe buttonedThe buttonedThe
The new mandarin blue is very fash fashionable fashIonable fasklonable ¬ i
ionable this season though personally I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think It a very trying color to almost almostany almostany almoetany i
any woman beyond the first flush ueh of the thedebutantes thedebutantes thedebutantes i
debutantes years Brown in many of ofthe oft ofthe
the t e wood shades is worn and there is isnow isnow Isnow
now about to appear a new shade of the theoldtime theoldtime theoldtime
oldtime popular taupe which hlch you OU will willremember willr willremember
remember r is brown with a difference differencesince differenceIflnce differencesince
since it shaded into a grayIsh tone that thatwas thatwas
was 8 becoming to almost everybody everybodyNatural fv everybodyNatural rjb dy I
Natural colored coLored < ol < < od Tuseorah Tue orah which In Inbrown i ibrown inbrown
brown is 1 becoming you should be aW aWto r reIe reIeto iHe
to wear would make a gooii goo gooJcostume trsvtfJnu trsvtfJnucostume i il ilcostume 1
costume and it is cooler locking kK dnb and andnot andnot 1 1not
not so so somber You have slvei give Ivt me no noidea noklea noidea
idea of your size or height or r your yoaryears youryears i iyears
years or coloring so I will have ha < to give giveyou giveyou
you very ery general directions supposing supposingyou SbppoelBou I
you ou to be about the average in weight weightand veIhtand weightand
and height The princess effects are arevery arevery 1 1very
very good style and becoming to almost almostany ahao ahaoany I Iany
any woman with any pretensions to car carriage cartiage ¬
riage or build Tussorah with yoke and andsleeveeffects andsleeve andsleeve
sleeveeffects sleeve effects in net would make a very veryattractive veryattractive I IAttractive
attractive frock trockfor for an early morning morningwedding morolngwedding morningwedding
wedding a eoat to be included in the theoutfit theuutAt theoutfit
outfit for wear ear in the street or when whentraveling whentntvoUns whentraveling
traveling travelingTwopiece tntvoUnsTwopiece travelingTwopiece
Twopiece suits have returned to favor favorand favoralHi favorand
and for a traveling outfit nothing could couldbe couldhe couldhe
he more satisfactory since l ee with but one onesuit onesuit onesuit
suit one may m y ran Tar ones appearance by bydifferent 1tydltrorent bydifferent
different blouses A lightweight serge sergein sergeIn sergein
in any preferred shade made with short shortpleated abortpleated shortpiested
pleated eklrUskirtg aklr kirtIJ nowadays are sev several severl severl ¬
erl Inches from the ground groundaAd and a nat natty Batt ¬
ty t oe OOet t with shawl 8fta wi collar of bengaliae bengaliaeand be gallae gallaeand
and touched off tl with 1th large buttons of ofcrochet ofcrec ofcrochet
crochet crec et or soutached bengallne beDt lne would wouldmake wouldmake wouldmake
make a very practical costume Blouse Blouseof Blou BlousesOf e eor
of china sttk Uk of heavy lice and of set setoffer Retotter netoffer
offer good suggestions for the waist waJ t and anda
a good looking tailored skirt of linen Hneswith Itneawith linenwith
with pleated frill edged ed ed with a cotoi
to match the the suit suitnot Hit
not be omitted from the collection collectionIf
If you go in for the simple tailored tailoredeffects taJloredelfeet tailoredeffects
effects with say a leaf brown or detft detftblue deftblue
blue coat and skirt suit weara wear a blouse blouseof Wou e eof
of ecru net built over net instead tute d of ofsilk
silk or moueseltne and It possible e have havethe ba ve
the ornamentation GrJIDM taUoa in hand embroidery embroideryin
in a boW conventional design designHand de designHand igD igDHaRd
Hand rum us tucks and baby Irish lace lacewhich larewhle lacewhicJt I
which cOnies in attractive set designs designstay dNl designsy
tay y be used uae < < as trimming triIlUr B the lace lacemotifs lacemotlCs lacemotifs
motifs supplemented by hand embroid embroideries embroideries embroidcries ¬
eries With such a treatment and fin finished anbIbed finiShed ¬
ished with a collar and cuff effects of ofbaby otbaby ofbaby
baby Irish lace you will UI have a very verymodish yert yertmodish ver vermodish
modish and becoming garment armeat which is
loved the little sunrise song > > bettor ti Utaa Utaaaay tbaaany aa aasy
sy he knew The Tioklemeuse was waslooking waslooking as aslooking
looking out at the night and andw Hd not nothear DOthear nothear
hear the little ttle boys boy aaawer aaawerPlay aDftwerPla answerPlay
Play Pla It squealed Willy Will to the metal metalmen meWmen metalmen
men who Instantly bowed swift heads headsto
to the floor in the merry men music song sousto 1IJOb 1IJObto songto
to the floor In the merry sunrise SUllri8etune song songtune songtune
tune wa waf no more J Ore than started when he hesaw hesaw hesaw
saw the rosy 106 flush of sunrise tip the thetrsetops thetn6tpa thetreeppe
trsetops in the east Like a flash fta h he hewhirled bewhirled hewhirled
whirled upon the tinkling metal ran ranStop menSop n nStop
Stop that Play a slumber song songQuick 8OhgQutek songquick
Quick He breathed a sigh of relief reliefwhen reliefwhen reliefwhen
when he saw w the rising sun sink back backbelow bAckbelow backbelow
below the eastern horizon > n to the tender tendernotes teooernotes tendernotes
notes of the lullaby He ordered the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little metal men back Into their music musicbox muelcbox musicbox
box and kissed the twins goodnight goodnightBut goodnightBut oodn1gbtBut
But mind you ou Willy he e added addedIf
If ever you ou tell tells a magic music box o oplay opla oplay
play pla a sunrise song again while hUe your yourUncie yourLncie yourlJncie
Uncie Ticks abroad b be sure you OU give giveme giveme giveme
me a half hours start Why VhJ you young youngrascal youngrascal ouns ounsra
rascal ra 2I in a mltrute more all the Cats Catso Cat < s
0 Dawn in this half the world would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have come bouncing Into that nursery nurserywindow nurserywindow nurserywindow
Checked black and white hlte ginghams are arevery arevery arevery
very smart for or little girls dresses Some Someare Someare Someare
are made of o checks almost an Inch In Inwidth Inwidth Inwidth
width Striped black and white or gray grayand grayand a aand
and white seersucker s ucker is very modish modishalso modishalso inodiskalso
also for childrens frocks One model modela
a gray and white seersucker had sailor sailorcollar sallocollar sailorcollar
collar of red pique and red leather belt beltTouches beltTouches beltTouches
Touches of bright red are seen on nearly nearlyall near y yaU
all junior tub frocks
cool and yet quite devoid of the flimsy flimsycheap SUmsycheap flimsycheap
cheap look so many net waists present presentFurthermore J pteentFurthermore > eHBt eHBtFurthermore
Furthermore it will have the added addedvirtue addedvirtue addedvirtue
virtue of going to the tub almost as assafely usafely assafely
safely as would a linen shirtwaist shirtwaistYour sftlrtwalstYour ahirtwaletYour
Your bouquet is a matter of personal personalpreference penoaalprofocence persoosipreference
preference Unless your attire is light lightin Jtg t tIn
in tone I think you will w 1 find a claMor cioeterof
of flowers preferable to a shower We Wequet bu buquet beequet
quet which suggests the stt sheen en of satin satinand MtlaaRd satinand
and the filmy wedding veil Stephanotis SUphoaetismakes stepbeaotkmakes Stephanotismakes
makes a lovely bridal HAO noseeav C If Ifyou Ityou ifyou
you wish something out of the th ordinary ordinaryand ordinaryand nDaaI7and
and variegated sweet peas may be befound befocJKl befound
found most desirable d lrahle the several severalshades Mloveralshades severedshades
shades giving either a touch of o bar harmony baJmon barrnony ¬
mony mon or of o contrast wbte whichever eWGr you youprefer YOtlprefer youprefer
prefer preferI
I greatly appreciate your kindly co coraejtta com commeAts cotsmeats
meAts concerning tl the e usefulness set of ofthe elthe ofthe
the Womans Page and hone lope you will wBlcall 1gcaJ1upon willcall
call caJ1upon upon me la the t e future tvtweu 4f I can be beof beof
of service to you youDepends youDepends ou
Depends Upon Size SizeG
G T TThere There are from twentyeight to tothirty tothirty
thirty thJrt bushels of coal to a to toll varying varyingaccording varyl8aeCOrdl varyingecordpg
aeCOrdl according to the sre size of C the coal coalHow eaLHow coalHow
How to Clean Shawls ShawlsMadame ShawlsMadame
Madame XTfc atm sLm4est mNet lect way to todearse toclearse toclearse
clearse a nice wool shawl ta1 is to soak k it itfor itfor
for wo hottrs in cold water tar sad ad then thenwash theneash lea leaasb
wash asb in a suds made Made with good white whitesoar wWtesoa whitesoa
soar soa and ce cold d water Some of these theserf5r tAetteI
rf5r t b 1 are re too t fragile tra to wash wa h or clean cleany elealy
= y ray ay the slightest sUbtetrubWa rubbteg rt big pull pullr
i r them apart I would suggest that thatsqueeze uatsqueeze thatsilupeze
> squeeze the material rather than ttenr
r It and I Iniso also 1ao advise you 011 not to torut torubUlc torun
rut rubUlc > the soap directly upon the fabric fabricsqueeze ta fabricx4000ze < < ie iel1eeze
squeeze l1eeze a as Cry as poerlbte then t tack or orirftt orpitt
irftt to a cloth when drying dryingStoring dlYiaStoring diyingStoring
Storing Furs and Fabrics FabricsHousekeeper FabricsHousekeeoerA FabricsHousekeeperA
Housekeeper A reader of The Tines TinesWomans Tll TimesWomans e eWoma
Womans Woma Page tells me she never er erany u uses usesany es esany
any HlsraelHag IIIameltl drug to prevent moth mothfrom mot motfrom mathfrom
from ravaging her furs blankets ear oarBets earDets earpets
Bets etc Instead this loreeidsted oresishted per personage peronae personage ¬
sonage takes all the woolsas furs etc etcj etctut etcthat
that the family possesses p eeMeS and suns them themi themfor themfor
i for a day or so brushtag and ad adverY boating boatingvery beatingvery
very hard in the open n air Jr preferably preferablyin
in the sunlight Then she wraps rP5 each eachpiece eachJMecccardully eachpiece
piece JMecccardully carefully in newspapers nevlllNi > > era seeing to toit toIt toIt
it that notthe not the slightest portion remain remainuncovered reRIInulKOver remainsuncovered
uncovered ulKOver d Finally these bundles are arestored srestored arestored
stored away a way in unbleached muslin bass basswhich bashleh bagswhich
which hleh ate kept scrupulously napulou y clean as assoap asseas
soap 9 and ad a good washing wuhItt can make makethem maketMm maketham
them After years MrS of experience with witht withthis
t this is method she he declares she e has found foundit
I it mhaently satisfactory tialaet rY as well u a aAi in inexpensive inexpensive ¬
expensive ex n lve aDd when the t e articles come eoatacut eemeut comecut
cut ut for f use in the fall they are sweet sweetund nweettnd eet eetd
und d free ree from the malodorous JRaJ JRaJto nostrums nostrumsf
f a to discourses the moths mothsWith the
i I With stieh expert eX1 trt opinion o h oa I do not
quarrel but in addition adc tion to the papers papersand papersand papersand
and the mu JRUUn Un bags ha I have used u gum gumcamphor 11 11eMJ gumcamphor
camphor eMJ bor which Ieb does d es not n t impart JJII rt an JI un unpleasant unnt unpleasant ¬
pleasant nt odor Furthermore Furt enroroe camphor fe fevery Ieery isvery
very ery volatile and ad a day Jo the open air airverves airerVeB airserves
serves > > to dissipate it almost entirely entirelyHOLDING entirelyHOLDING
If you do not want your Ironing IroGI s board boardto
to fall down when the door behind which whichit
it reposes Is suddenly suGden opened try keep keeping kee keetag ¬
tag it in place with a noose Fasten a ascrewhootc ascrewhOOk ascrewhook
screwhOOk to the woodwork at back of ofdoor of400r
door doo and to It tie e a double cord long longenough lOBSenou longenough
enou enough b to slip around ironing board and aadfasten a andfasten > > d dfasten
fasten the other end to the hook
Figaro Warns Them of the theEncroachment theEncroachment theEncroachment
Encroachment of Foreign ForeignFellows ForeignFellows ForeignFellows
Fellows FellowsA
A writer riter In the Figaro wane French Freaefiartists FreDd1artists Frenchartists I
artists of increasing comiietitfoa from fromtheir fromtheir rem remtheir
their English and nd American fellows To Toprove Toprove
prove his argument which hlcb is to the ef effeet eftfCt
feet that French artists should look to totheir totheir
their laurels he produces the amazing araaztagand amzIDiand amazingand
and overwhelming fact that t t KS is BritIsh BrltfehBid BdU BritIshaid b bBld
Bid American artists studying aDd living livingin Uvlnein
in Paris are represented rep nted by 900 Xi pictures picturesat
at this years Y IS Salons SalonsThis SalonsThis SalonsThis
This number in some thousands of ofexhibitors oCexbibltoTS ofexhibitors
exhibitors is indeed convincing and andsnouid andSbOUId andshould
should alarm French reneh artists who find findan ftndan findan
an Important market for their works in inKngland Inltn InEngland
England ltn land and America AmericaIn
In view Iew of this consideration e nsi eratJea and the thefact tbetact thelact
fact that foreign students spend exorbi exorbitant exorbltau ezorbitaut ¬
tau fees for lessons in the studios of
French artists artistsDot not to peak eak k of the t gen general general genoral ¬
eral ex expense Me involved by a sojourn In
Paris and the benefit that means to the thetrades thetrades thetrades
trades connected with the fine arts it Is tethe Isthe isthe
the least that hospitality should 1 be ac accorded a acorded acorded ¬
corded to them at the salons sal especially especiallysince e8PeCiallySh1C especiallyslncp
since Sh1C a a fee of 4 41 cents per work sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted not necemarily HIfIrtly accepted ed is ischarged ischared ischarged
charged at the Soclete Xatioaale des
Beaux Arts while there is also the im immense Imm Itsmense ¬
mense m nse amount am unt of rate = ate money moDe contrib contributed contrIbuted contribtted ¬
uted to Its funds i by > y British aDd Amen American Amencan omerlcan ¬
can visitors to the gslteriec gslteriecAs UcriQL UcriQLAs
As a matter of fact th the formation of
the smaller and younger salon salonvery depended dependedvery depend dependvery
very considerably col18ideca lY on the support of
British and American artists
Cultivating friendship trl nd8hJp
Weeding out acquaintances acquaintancesSowing acquaintancesSowing acquaintancesSowing
Sowing wild w d oats oatsRaking 018Raking oatsRaking
Raking the servants over the coals
Looking after ones stocks stocksPlanting stocksPlanting stocksPlanting
Planting ones foot down on extrava extravagance extravagance extravagance ¬
gance ganceHarrowing ganceHarrowing ganceHarrowing
Harrowing people with ones HI temper tem r
Digging up the coin
Womens f iotwear iotwearI otwear otwearOf
I 1 Of Style and Quality Quoted at Low Prices PricesOur Pricesiii Pricesi PricesDais
iii Our Daisy Dais Line ne of Womens WomensLow Womensj WomensLow
i j Low Shoes Price 250 250A
A new ne and exceptionally ecepUona y attractive attrae1hoKof flab ttaeof flabof
of footwear in all the snappy and upto uptodate vpeI pto ptodate
I S date styles in all leathers It Is strictly
handmade handmadeFashionable handmadeI handmadeFashionthle
I Fashionable fashiol1 ble Tan Footwear rootwearLadies
I 1 Ladies Golden Brown Kid Tan Russia RussiaCalf ResetsCalf I
Calf One Tr T Tro o and Three Eyelet Ties Tiesand TiesI Tiesaul
and Anklestrap Pumps all the newest neweststyles neweStst
I styles st es of heels > and toes very beautiful beautifuland beautifuland beautifulard
and and exceptionally fashionable footwear footwearI I
3 and 350 350L 350FAMIlY
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Some of It Rivals the Prod Product Productof Produbtof ¬
uct uctof of the Expert Irish IrishLacemakers Iris IrisLacemakers IrishLacemakers
Lacemakers LacemakersMEDALLIONS Lacemakerss LacemakersMEDALLIONS LacemakersMEDALLIONS s
They Should Be Inserted With WithS1SeM Wth WthSystem th thSysteM
System However As Isolated IsolatedWheete Is IsolatIWhee4 lated latedfhee
Wheete fhee Annoy the Eye EyeIt Ey EyIt
It to S a wellknown fact that a great greatquantity crattilT grea greaquantity
quantity tilT of band crochet to done ee e by bythe brt bythe
the t e women oen of all countries and aJ Ra Rab baabean aa aabeen
been b en done for generations but It itDot may maynot maYnot
not be so generally known that there tharte t thereis ere ereIs
Is now a decided revival of this tJ s eaetly eae eaItymade eaetlymade Y YJD
made JD e lace some of f which is beginning beginningto
to take rank with the product of > f th thIrish tlIlrlak the thetrials
Irish lac JaeelDke JaeelDkeIJUtertJon lacemnkesInsertion makers makersInsertion
Insertion lace J ee and medallions are areused are areused areused
used and much may be 4 done e with witheven witheveA witheven
even the simplest little disks or orwhoels orwheeb r rWAeeY
whoels by the incorporation of 1 them themin Ut UtI themin
in I the appropriate garment garmentThe garmeDtThe garmentTb
The Tb crowning mistake made JII e by 7 the thepersistent thepersistent e epersistent
persistent user u er of the medallion medallionwhether JIIedIItoGwhether medauiowhether
whether bought or homemade e is the theInsertion t theinsertion e ela
Insertion la ertlol1 of ft In isolated spots where whereto
It serves D not t to decorate but merely MelMYto
to disturb the y yThe yTbe yThe <
The smaller medallion L and ad those e eflower CIIf CIIfower offioer
flower shape are re used successfully 8U Uy In Inan laaa inan
an allover a1J ver embroidery patters paU r AS In Inserts laMrta insorts ¬
sorts in place of some embroidered embre44redsign eaakwredAower embroideredflower
flower indicated 011 the staaapeilll de design doeiSa
sign This allover work to doe upon uponhandsome uponhandsome pon ponbnd80
handsome bnd80 te lin linen n dresses dree es and round rou tn tnedges the theedges theedges
edges of betweemeal betweeJDe l mats for the thedining tAedtln thedining
dtln dining table tableAnother tableAD tableAnother
Another AD tber successful use for for110M medallions medal medallions ¬
lions large lar e and ad small 11 to their In Insertion tnMrtJoa Insertlon ¬
sertion in a continuous C row round r a alinen aUBeIltllDte alinen
linen UBeIltllDte tunic A straight h hem nt edge the thetunic thet1e thetunic
tunic and Bd above it are let in the lace tacedisks Jaeeclka lacedisks
disks disksWhite clkaWhite disksWhite
White ones OD are u ueel ed upon 1Ip white whiteonly w whiteonly it itOft17
only For colored linens the modal modallions modalMona
lions are 1 dipped or painted with w1 l stan stencil 5811cn stancii ¬
cil dye to bring brla them the Into harmony harmonywith 1IarJ8OllYwith harmonywith
with the material materialNumerous mateiaIumeroU6 materialNumerous
Numerous umeroU6 are the designs de t prteentod prteentodfor pr4aeatedfor pr4 eated eatedtor
for the Inexpensive homemade ben ellla4ie me medallion meclmoD medallion ¬
dallion of crocheted thread but there therestill tatecesUn therestill
still are countless other patterns to tobe to1te tobe
be evolved by the persistent per l teat worker workereither workereither Werkereither
either accidentally or by Intention laeadeLL
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J aM the comforts of a hand baBdsomely hindsomely j + j jT
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T + cumstances and enable them themT fliemto r
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Trimmed T mmed Hats Hatsworth 3 > 1 1worth 0
worth worthTriiimed 3 and 320 20 S STririmed I ITriruned
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New ew Summer Millinery MillineryFull MIJI1DelYFull MillineryFull
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money than any one else we wewouldnt W8wouldnt wewouldnt
wouldnt have the largest retail ntallfeather retailfeather retailfeather
feather business in America AmericaOld AmericaOld AmericaOld
Old feathers Made Over at 12 12the 12the 12the
the Cost of New NewInto NewInto NewInto
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