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distinct types of early horses bors almost
contemporaneous contemporaneousA cOntompQmneouacostl
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a rK fashionable
cemetery cemeter nt Seattle
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sacred t to the memory or of a
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was himself burled borl d beside tbe horse
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country coont wa Wart Ras organized the English
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to tobe j lie > e run run In Washington for the benefit
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tytwo passengers find will be accoin I
pafaled by b a lecturer on points of Inter
esf es estatthe at ilt1ho the capital The fuel fuolll I kerosene
and the motive power steam steamFOREIGN steamFOREIGN steamFOREIGN
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ricaaermny dermany bas a periodical Die
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pJcjted pte rled It was begun fourteen years yearsngp yearsago cors corsagQ
ago agQ by Professor Prote sor Ziller of Dresden It
bal room for 400000 volumes volumesA volumesA olumesA
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ofblg of blg blocks of partially pulverized pulverizedstdne Iluiverizedst pulverizedstdne
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ladles Is that of otroxes foxes or rather fox foxcubs roxcubs foxcubs
cubs as household < 1 pets They The are BO BOlargely solargel S Slargely o
largely In request that the little crea creatures creatures cneatunes ¬
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numbers numbersThemagistrates nUlubersTbe numbersTliemoistrates i
Themagistrates Tbe natlstmtes of Madrid at a re recent recent r rcent e ¬
cent meeting voted the sum of 250000 2 250 250pesetas OOOO OOOOpesetlUl 000
pesetas for the erection of eight statues statuesof 8tatuesot statuesofLope
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CarloaD CartonsPolxatot rolxutot Periodicals PtrlodlrnliThree PCrlodltfthTbreo PeriodicalsThree
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now being published publishedOne publlsblllQue publishedOne
One Is the China Chlllll1lme Times which Is reg regularly r rularly regularly ¬
ularly printed lu seven languages It ItIs ItIs ItIs
Is published In the capital of China and andthe aMbo andlire
the bo languages In which It appears are arethe nrath arethe
the th English J ngllsb French l German Italian ItalianRussian IInllllnRussian ItalianRussian
Russian Japanese find Chinese ChineseAnother Chlocsnother ChineseAnother
Another nother polyglot paper Is tbe Aus Austrian Alstria Apstrian ¬
trian tria semimonthly entitled Acta Com Comparatlouls COlDparatlonls Cornparatlonls
paratlonls Llterarum unlvcrsarum It Ithas Ithns Ithas
has correspondents olTefp > l dentll and nn < 1 subscribers all allover allover allover
over the world worl < 1 and lld the contributions contributionsof
of the former are Invariably printed Ilrlnt < I In Inthe Inth n nthe
the th language of the countries collntrlIItrom from fromwhich fromwhich
which they t e are sent As A a result It fre frequently freIIUtotly fretquietly ¬
quietly happens that In one number of ofthOaper otth ofthe
thOaper th the paper them theroare are articles nrtlcl s in twenty twentyfiy twentyOrf twentyfivk
fiy fivk or thirty thlrtylanglloges thlrtylangllogesThe languagesThe languages languagesThe
The third polyglot paper Is the Pan Pantolodlon PantololtI Pantolodion
tolodlon tololtI Magazine which Is published ISllubllshedJu publishedIn
In St Petersburg and IID < 1 which contains containscrljical contalriscritlcal containscrf
crljical crf lcaiessays essays rll regarding regn lng the new new books booksJinWlBhed bOoksllhCd booksu
JinWlBhed u dished llhCd throughout the world Each Kachof Eachof tachotthese
of otthese jjhese these essay essays Is printed < 1 In the Ian Iangase Ian1Ie bangunge
gase gunge 1Ie of th t thecountry e country luqtr where tb tbp henew henewbojk new newll newb04
bojk ll b04 tot of which the essay treats appear appearedtTbiw appeared
edtTbiw ed Thus a review revew of of an American AmericanNX AmericanlaOated 1pJerlcatOOTt
NX tOOTt IspBoted 1Ptfi 1ed In n English arcvfcw a ot otiVench ottrench ofnch
trench nch book Is Isprlrited printed In French FrenchBnd Freucbn Frenchsnit
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bdliwl dI ial II1 la bat t contained ontalnedartlctea article la fifteen fifteendlffilrcntlanguages ftfteenI Afteeadl
dl dlffilrcntlanguages I rent + tJa ja lguagc guagesnamely namely German GermanFrwcb GermanF
Frwcb F cb btocllsh English Italian Spanish SpanlilvEufcli SponlltVu SpanishDu
Eufcli Vu h Portuguese Swedish Danish Danishn DanishII j jHuigarlatf
Huigarlatf n II g gsrlad rlad Ronmaota Russian Rusllabr Ser SerpiaM r rIrlali
Irlali piaM BohenTlnn BO B1 tan RO and Polish Polishm
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> aklngr aklngot of f tho trade In Inwllr war relics relicsJuai relicsjus tllcsjus
Juai jus > acter tler the close of the Spanish Spaolshwar SpaolshwarJJnYllnllcorresp wara war wara
a Havana JJnYllnllcorresp I nvana correspondent > allent of the Boston BostonTrscrlpt Dostoncrlpt Bostonript
Trscrlpt crlpt writes Ono live IIv Amerl Amcrlcadffwe Amerlahr
cadffwe wce ahr know now ot gave It t out that be bebad heIa behead
bad Ia 4 bougotr boulrl t the last Spanish flagstaff flagstafffrom tlagiltalttroJL flagstafffro
from troJL fro Horjro Castle A week or two twoIntSv twolata twoirate
IntSv irate as soon as shipments could couldbe be got gotfrpji gotfrpJ gotfrptn
frpji frpJ the States this same man was wastelltng wasel1fng wasBelling
Belling walking Btlcks JltlckB8al said < 1 tol to1Iit toahate > itvb oWln oWlntutjed bcen bcenturcd hi en enturpled
turcd tutjed from the aforesaid Ii forcs III flagstaff flngstnlTgoao flagorto
go goao o 0 of those sticks were of oak oth othersjnif others others
ersjnif ers t ash ahtsome some were were mahogany and andOthers nndt andpth
Others pth t i ebony but bll Moody In those days daysjn < daysgu 1a11 1a11Iu
jn Iu gu Honed tlon dlltUo little things like that The Thepai Thena Thea
pai na a might have hllvoma made < 1 a fortune had be beionlncd beco beCO
co ionlncd ned his business td walking sticks sticksileWMnt stlcstIe stickstie
tIe ileWMnt didnt though Etc began offering loiteringate offeringsmil 0tre lng lngIIIn
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Churltr Chant of Dan Dft nice
The circus bas not always been con conIldorcdlL contldeted
dercd IldorcdlL a desirable adjunct to the thorbureh therburch
liurch rburch and It must have been a des desperate desAerate < 1csernte ¬
Aerate situation Ituatlonthat that tempted a group
it f Indiana women to seek aid In such lucba
a quarter quarterIt
It happened at a time when the fa famous fn1110US fasous ¬
mous Ian Rice was trying to steer IItcerbls IItcerblstlreus his hiscirrus
cirrus through financial breakers He Head
had ad got gotaa as a tar as Vlnccnnes and 9nll there therene thereono
ono one ne day In a melancholy mood he was wasstanding wasstanding
standing In front of the tent figuring
on the proinect of getting gettln out of town townat townat townst
at all and gloomily listening to to d daraglag dllto dlltopamglng dltparaging
araglag > comments on his band bl nd by the theownsfolk
townsfolk when wbenhe be was waaapproachcd approached by
a party of ladles one of whom hom said saidColonel saidColonel all1 all1ColoneIIUce
Colonel ColoneIIUce Rice we have always alwa s beard beardot beardof
of you as a very charitable man Un Unortunately Unt
fortutiatel fortunately ortunately our ourchurcb church has been dam damBgcd damIged dameged
Bgcd bud needs a new roof We
bought you might be willing to sub subwrlbo subkrlbe subscribe
scribe toward It ItThe ItThebumor ItThehumor
The Thebumor humor of ofthe the situation appealed
to the old showman Hero be was wnawltho waswithout waswithout
without wltho tll a dollar bo could couldcall call his own ownasked ownask ownasked
asked ask Il to contribute c to charity Ho Hopulled 110PIIUed Hopulled
pulled a nickel out of bis pocket poeketand poeketandlaid and andsaid andsaid
said with the utmost gravity grIlt1Jndle grnvltytLadles
Ladles this rnay may Daynppenr appear to yon 011 011smllll a asmall asmall
small amount but It represents all the themoney thomoney tit titmoney e
money I possess However 1 believe c
heartllylntbo heartily In the cause you ore pleading pleadingand
and an < 1 I shall not utterly refuse your re request request r rQuest
quest I promise you that If thin show showdoes sho t tdoes v
does nny business hero I will III not only Jnl y
contribute toward repairing your yourchurch yon yr r
church but I will put a new roof on onFor
It It
For one reason or nnother anotherperbas perhaps s
the ladles might explain It itthe the ho two twoperformances twoperformnnces tw o so
performances that day netted IIcttClI80 so largo Inrgea inrga e
a sum that the old showman wan en enabled elllbled euabled ¬
abled to pay his way to t tbe next town townand town8nll townand 1
and the church to rcjolco In a new roof roofMnile IoorJatle rootMade
Made Mr Jr StcICInlfTn Speech SpeechA SpeechA
A well known general of the civil civilwar chlIwal civlwar 1
war who has since become prominent t
In United States politics olltlcs and Is now nowsenator n nsenator nlIellator
senator from one of the western states stateswas IItntesWIIS
was going oln to speak at n political polltlealmelt polltlealmeltIlIg meet meetIng meetIng
Ing nt Marlboro 0 and so also was wnsIr wn
Mr Ir McKlnlcy then n congressman congressmanThey congressmallTbey congressmnenThey
They drove down from Canton togeth together ¬
cr As they tbe were driving < lIhlII along tho thogeneral tllOgener1 tit titgeneral o
general asked his companion com pall Ion for somn somnsuggestions somlsuggestlon son it
suggestions and the latter kindly ex explained explained ¬
plained the situation nnd advanced ar arguments arguments lr lrgumellts ¬
guments In support of the position of oftheRepublican crtheRepubllcnn o
theRepublican the Republlcan party Mr lr McKlnlcy McKlnlcyas McI lcIlnl lcIlnlaSlIsunl i nley
as aSlIsunl usual bad his subject well In hand handbut
but In In addition was fortified with withnotes withnotes i
notes giving certain rtnln statistics In cor corroboratlon corroboration
roboratlon of his argument lie told tor d
the general reneralAbeut about what bnt line IIneot of thought thoughtJie tbollghtJle thoughbe t
Jie be Intended IntcDl1eqto to pursue IIl1r UO In In Inmaklng making his hisJlClCbD hi hiperch s srt
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jwbo rho was wut fyo cl I yak ak first irstsgreed agreed nrr d that be howould h hIwould e I
Iwould would 1II1 sa e little and would leavo leavournont 1 teat teathe lIYo lIYoho 0 I
ho bullf bullet argumont r urnont inon to toIlr 1rUclIlri 1rUclIlriey ilr > McKln McKlnrgcneral tlcl > 1n 1ney
ey TJf Tli general duly dill made his bow bowJo bo boto w
Jo to 0 the audiencennd audience and began b gall his speech speechAs IIpeechbe speechhe 1
As he became warmed np the recol recollection rccolec recolectlon ¬
lection ec ectlon tlon of 0 t wb vthat < it MrMcKlpley Mr Jr JcKIPlel had bee beeiking been beenbiking bcell1klnglIbeut01 n
biking 1klnglIbeut01 a Aboutoh bouton the way to the themee themeefig meet meetiag m et etoj t
fig becl becami me stronger nnd be began beganonrpaulon begs tn n nlurllulntl
pursuing lire e line ot argument that bls blsllPanto bi bigourpaalon a
onrpaulon llPanto had ha prepared for himself hitnselhegglieral
ibo ho hegglieral gqnernl g D cr 1 Iln laid aid Ill downhls tI down 0 WI11118 Iris proposition propositionust Ilr propositiofist opo SltlOI1 SltlOI1list n
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needed < 1ed tread to read at at length fromnMr froM Iur MrInleya l lKluleys r
Kluleys Inleys notes When the r general ncral b bJlnlsbed 11nlshe htlnlshed
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ors are al used useclln In some stocks wblcb lIlell nro nrovery nroery firevery
very ery attractive attractiveCluny 0 attractiveClunylace ttmctlveCluuylnce
Cluny Cluuylnce luce run through tl1rough1t6OM wltufln wItAfine < > gold goldthread goldthreal goldthread
thread will be a very verystyllsh tyllh trimming
for silk and II nil filmy 111111 cloth clothRe cJoibRCiI clothRetl
Re RCiI < l jackets Garrick capes costumes costumesentire costlllllesenUre costumesentire
entire vests Rts bats and garnitures are areeverywhere areetyvherl areeve
everywhere eve ywhere In evidence evilleneeThe evidenceThe
The season BeRtiolicoinln coining U to be distinctly dlttluctlya 111 luetii
a magpie 1 > > 8gllle winter Black and white wbltcwlllbe whitewillbe
wlllbe wll1boOrn torn nxtrn In all torts sorts I1iJ of coniblua conibluatlons comblnatlons
tlons tlonsSilk tlonsSilk N NSilk
Silk embroidered buttons are one of oftbe otthe ofthe
the novel features of tbe new shirt shirtwaists 5blrtwal shirtwaists
waists wal tl and tbey come C me In all colors to tomatch tomatch tomatch
match the material materialIf materialIf
If one sees s esa a pair of black gloves gloveiwhich 1110111whlcb gloveswhich
which teem seem m to have inre missed the lust
bath at the dyers and are not quite as asblack liSblack asblack
black as their companions no com complaint COIIplqlnt coruplaint ¬
plaint should be made for they arc not notreally
really black but a gun metal metalahnlle metalahnlleOne shade nhmleOne shadeOne
One of the newest of the French Frenchdress J Frenchdtess Ineb Inebd
dress d esklrt8 skirts for autumn a wear has a a five fivegored fivegored C Cgored
gored foundation toundatl n to towblcb < which Is applied a avery aYcry avery
very very deep graduated circular flounce flounceand flollncean flounceand
an and < 1 this flounce on the front and am olden oldenIB 8111111Is SidesIs
Is slashed slasbelltormlol forming panels of different
lengths lengthsORCHARD lerilthlORCHAR
The valno of wood ashes In n the or orchard orcbard orchard
chard chard can hardly hardl be overestimated ovcrcitlmatedCoaashes ofereSlhnatll1COalnabes
Coaashes calk often be used used to good goodadvantage ioolladvantage
advantage In mulching quluce trees treesTbo treellTbe treesThe
The soil should be kept from becom becoinlog becoming hecolDlog ¬
log bard hor < 1 on the surface about fruit rlulltrees fruittrees
trees treesThere treesThera
There are few kinds offrult or fruits inure inureeasily 1II0leellslly
easily or more cheaply grown grown IOWIi than tliauraspberries t thanraspberries hllu hlluraspberrle
raspberries raspberriesFruit raspberrlelrrult
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ter than fruit of extra flavor which Is Isnot IslIot Isnot
not so showy sbowyWhllo sbowrWbllo
While n good goo < 1 dressing of manure IIInnute e tan flInbe
be applied nppllet100 on tbe garden In till fnU ov ovwinter orwinter ol olwlotel
winter to advantage care ebnuVI bo botaken 110taken
taken to tohate have hl1elt It thoroughly rutted rOIlcllOur ruttedOur
Our best litwii or street shl t tree Iee thc sugar sugarmaple slljarmaple sugarmaple
maple should always be betlan transplanted trnsplantedIn lIlantcll lIlantcllIn
In tbe fall as tbe profuse dUvharge dUvhargefrom dldlllllcflom dischargefrom
from the branches brallehesDnd laud roots when cut eutnecessarily cuttlccessurll
necessarily renders rel1d rs planting uncertain uncertainPITH nuceltolllPITH uncertainPITH
If Ityou you ou accept flattery you are con conceited concelted concelled ¬
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you may not be funny to other people peopleDont IllOploDont
Dont repeat It too often oftenWhen oftenWhenam8n oftenWhen
When Whenam8n a man and woman walk Into Intoa
a store to buy something for the man mantbo 1111111tbe mainthe
the clerk never sells him hi 111 anything II 1Ith I II lit Ilnsells Ilttsells litsells
sells to tho woman womanEvery woml1nEery womanEvery
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parlor bin wife Is nervously appre apprehending I1IIPIebelll1lnr appreheuding ¬
hending that be will discover n now newscratch nowscratch nowscratch
scratch tbe boy has made In the furniture turulturl rural ruralture ¬
ture tureSomehow turlSomebow tureSomehow
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funeral at Rtthe the cemetery eemettr the furniture furnitureand fllrnltueIInll furnitureand
and carpets at bOlllo uoine look newer and andbrighter millbrlghttr andbrighter
brighter and llIIlmlre more attractive than they the thedhlAtchlOIl
did dhlAtchlOIl AtchUon Globe GlobeMr OIobeIra GlobeMrs
Mr Mrs Ira CornmllliWent Wit WitNot WitNot It ItNot
Not so long lon ago Joseph Chamberlain Chamberlainrefused Chall1bcrllllnretwed Chamberlainrefused
refused with thatfirmnessnotto to any anyobstinacy snyobstlnllc sayobstinacy
obstinacy that Is so 0 Irritating to the tbeInquiring theInqulrlnr theinquiring
Inquiring mind to discuss the war with withMrs withrs withMrs
Mrs rs George CorawalllsWtst I see seeshe seeshe
she 10 said sweetly weell you you prefer to discuss dlicuxsyour discussyour < llle08sour
your our Indiscretions In public p lblleNot Not long longafter longa longafter
after a ter the colonial secretary made some somerather SOIllOrather samerather
rather sarcastic remark about tbe po political poIItical palitical ¬
litical activity actl t7 ot certain women add adding nlldlOll Addlag ¬
lOll that be could < 1 not understand why whyAmerican whYAiuerlcal whyAmerican
American women women who kept out ot pol politics polItrcs pulittcs ¬
itics at home overwhelmed us In Rag Kngland Ragland ni ni1an1
land Ah Ab14td Ali said Mrs fr CornwallWest CornwallWestInnocently Cornwnlll CornwallisWesti Vest VestI
Innocently I OCeDtl1 American men are too In Intelligent Inte ¬
te telligent IIgeDt to need our educating C < luflu lufluI
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I Lit < f t Into a Secret SecretDuring IereDllrlng BrevetDuring
During General Shermans1 famous famousanarch tomousi1Rrcb
i1Rrcb anarch 4inrch to the era ea a both north nortbllod nortbllodsobth and andsouth
south so th w were re completely mystified a as to towfcat tow towhat
what w atpolottJIe point the general was cttrlUfng cttrlUfngfor trlJilllgtor
for and one day an Old Georgia Ge rgln plant lllnnter planter plantertvho ¬
er er ertvho who bad called at his headquarters headquartersaqd
and a l enjoyed his good ood cheer asked blm blmboldly hlllboldly
boldly If be had any objection to tell telling tellIni telling ¬
ing where his bl army rmy was WIIS bound boulldNot boulldNotthe Not Nottbo
the tholeast least J ost said Sherman Tliuii lean leanInfe I Rn RnIng
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n whlto guipure lace frill trlllllnd and adorned adornedwith ndornedvl adornedwith
with with vl h n large stylish lace collar to tomatch tomntch tomatch
match Blue ribbon confines the full tul
ness at tho wnlst and trims the Bhr BhrTho sl r rThu So Solho
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full uniicrsloevo IIl1lenll1eo and chcmlsctti1 in It Itwblte dwhite > t twhite
white liberty satin while the > 111 I td i ir irbaud Irbnnll o 3
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bly let It be remembered the most p prcct rrect 171 171rect
rect and convenient footgear w I n ntraveling ntmcllng atraveling
traveling for obvious reds rel1l1UI4 tin I Iwbcn Iwben 1when
when well made can no longer I Itho e ethe I Itbo
the reproach leveled at them of In Inclumsy I g gelumsy gclumsy
clumsy or apparently Inenadlns ic icsize 10size j I Isize
size of tho foot The American Atnlrh r I I Ie Iecompnuran > c ccompany
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bootmakers boohuRkershnve have now brought w wbrown 111brown
f ftectlon
brown shoe hoe nnd n d boot to a point poutlof of r rfectlon rtecllon
fectlon In shape find color which Mb I Inothing to tonothing
nothing to be desired by the tb most t tlidlous ttdlous ttdlous
tdlous and Id this correction 1 I Is Isworth Isworth 1sworth
worth remarking that brown slot slotebould stuck 11 11tboulll sSLould
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leather In In ones boot or shoe the tb un n mof > nof not
of of color In both oth being one of those > de details details 1e ¬ I
tails talts which a well dressed < woman will willbo willbe 111 i j I I
bo careful to consider considerFabric WJ l lf 1Fabrles I
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dine are exaggerated In thornllly tlwlr JlIlIy and andfurry uut uutturry 1 1furry t
furry appearance to an exceptional c cgrce egrll 0 l
greet while one or two colors ore Im In r rmlngted rmingled i
mingled on ground colors of gray u s stic stic I Itic
tic Sevres blues fraise ccrasseea iiid iiidbrowns I cudbrowns lid
browns Long white or black hair + t p ppcar ppear ppear 11f
pear to float Ooa t over the whole whole mlxti mix II e C nand eand i ionll
and Indescribable checks bro iti itistripes anstripes D
stripes colored knotted woolen up s sare 1 t tare I I
are Interwoven on this novelty A short nburtpile shortpile
pile satin IUn faced faced beaver cloth known an andrap asdrop I Idmp
drop de plume Is equally favored rav red with witha wtt wtta witha I
a coarse canvas cloth clothDlonto 1 1Dloase Y I IDloo
Dlonto And Norfolk JnrbrtiTaking Jnrbrti inrketsTakng rtCtllhTakIng
Taking the place wltb many mlln women wnunnof womenof WI1nor
of the Eton and IindlJolcro bolero whirl ptIl ptIlhowever rtilhowever nl nlhowerer
however bold favor among annum annumrobes olltmIJlrobes nutria in t i ii iA l
robes are the blouse jackets with ttm ttmdown tll11down tnvdown
down Napoleon collar or om one > In Algpn Algpnshape Algwnshape lgon lgonIIhape
shape with or or without wit bout the skirt pp pplum I p plum i
lum cut ut In circular form or ortbl tit tuw tuwNorfolk I1IVNorfolk fit iv t
Norfolk jacket made ma l with nll f1 fl li bl1 lied hcd ¬
ed l1 adjustable plaits plattsthaf thattaper that taper rm rmttcnealh fmlCnea f m mbeneaththe
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the waist A narrow narroWlltltehl1 stitched IHt b It te tefines < le leflncs eo eofines
fines the slight dip at tb the > trout nid nidthe 1111t1Ie n sit sitthe i
the close sleeves are made with ryo I fa faBeams yoseams <
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