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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 111.
PACE FOUR. THE NEWS SCIMITAR. nan New F GREATEST SOUTHERN FAIR AS VIEWED BY SOCIETY EDITOR SPONSOR, MAIDS OF HONOR AND GENERAL IN COMMAND FORREST'S MEN READY FOR REUNION SOCIETY'S MIRROR BY IDA MYNDERS Oi -M 1 1 If TT i r- We have bwn to the fair. We decided tht Tuesday ehould be so ciety editor's day. bi there probably would be wore people out theu becaues it didn't happen to be ralninc. so we wnnt. - It's a very fine fair. There ia ttometbing there, tor everybody, from the little boy, who want a candied epple on a nick, to hig daddy, who in interested in the thoroughbred stuck, and his mamma, who thinks that fancy work and the domestic science exhibits are the only things worth while in the world. Abiotic the things which InleiestedO U8 most, three stand out very riesr Iv. and because ihey arc so unique, they will remain green in our memory to b told to our grandchildren in the dim and distant future. Hencsth a bird case. In the booth filled with the exhibits of the Cordora community, swung a placard, upon which was printed a text as wise as it was original: DON'T SIT UP AN- SIT, - BUT GIT UP AN. GIT." Thst was all, but could It not be an effective replv to any question on bow to b healthy, wealthy, or wlteT Th Parent-Teacher associations play a large part In the progress and weifi.re of that bustling Utile com munity. Neshnha, and ihev acre not forgotten In Ncidmba'a exhibit at III fair. A miniature representation of a mom In the Neshoba high school was clex.rlv hhnun, ami lo, there ware the members of the I'arrnt-Tcache.r asso ciation holding their monthly meeilng. proud of the (ait that tnrir innmner slilp wax 10ii per rent, Hmall dolls, represented the ladles, and. every de tail of the room in the. high school, with the ladies ill session, as clever ly Imitated. ' (ins exquisite article exhibited In th woman's textile d purtnieiit, which might have a history of lis own, filled with romance and interesting stories, wan a crocheted bedspread, with the Wds praver perfectly choeheted In the renlsr. It was made In l,. by a lady who was famous for bur eaaulslte handiwork. "The Homitncc yullt." upon which five generations of fair women have worked, tells a story, which but vsry few pcoplo know. It hangs among many other quills In the textile depart ment, and with Us brightly colored squares no perfectly put togetlior, brings whimsical thoughts of old-time quilting bees, warm feather beds, and other things that used to he. The story ,r ih iiiiili l that It was started by a member of a well-known Houthern ftmily when she was sweet 18. to be put Into her hope chest. X year passso, and the quilt progressed but lltUo, .i.n. fh tfirl'n heart awakened to her first love. Then came a war, and the bov marched away wlth a laughing promise to return before tha quilt was ilnlshed. Within a month, news cams that the boy could never corns back imrt the (iiillt. unfinished, was stored amuv Hevxnil veins later the girl mar ried. Not until her daughter was 1. was the quilt taken from the trunk in the nttlo. Kor five generations the girls of the family have taken up the work on the uullt wher meir ancreinr ion on, .....!. t...it,ntn mi her llith birthday, ,.,! i,in inin II only tha dreams of irir-ihfind mid her first lovs. It was .,..,.ii ...,,r,l..til hm a few years ago. y a lovely member of the faintly, who marrieu trie noy ana injreu iii child, anil the only oris she bad ever loved. Th dalntv hnnd-emhroldered band kerchiefs, the Imnd-msds bags of va rious designs and slses, and ss ..ihr hnnutliul nrtlcles ex hlhllcd In the textile, department of the Woman's building, reminds one ttmt .i,,iMi,;,H ia n Its way and gelling nearer every minute; and that If one . , ilulntv srlll'les thCV bud better he learning bow b"fore the Jolly challenge , iiiisunaa uut. We putised more than one before the illrl Seoul"' booth, II was more i,u nieverlv and arllstlcally ar ranged booth, allowing the skill and iTaftmsnshlu of the Hhi Hoouts of Memphis II whs a bit of woodland camp, with its almost Irreslstibla iuro. ALASKAN Roof Garden FALLS BUILDING Nightly Rxcspt Sunday, 8:30 to 11. IVllKlilfuI Itecrentlon. Dancing, Cabaret llurk'g. Orchestra. BERNICE BARLOW Soprano ROYAL HAWAIIAN SEXTETTE f '1 i J r r - U s r h f I! t i t: MALIA "Hula" Dancer 10c Plus War Tax Hair that Everyone Admires Hair retponda mxrvtlouily lo ur and attention. Q-btn Hair Tonie will help growth absorb dandruff in ne application eliminate It in eight or ten. Stopi all itching of the icalp nouriiliei and preservei the hair and prevents it from falling out. For tale at all drug itorei and whars aver toilet goodi ar sold. Hessig-Elllt Chemists Msmartlt Tsrsv, eliPf"BULANCrsIVlCg I li i r iiTinl f 1 T WmimiMi fORfMRTDYEAItt. 153 MADHON AVC. 3JbU PHOM t7t madn even stronger with th tinge of auiumn color everywnere, Anu now forcefully it recalled that litils verea from i i era id Gould's famous poem, "Y anderlust." ' "I know not here the white road runs, nor what the blue hills are, Hut man can have th sun for friend, and for bis guide a star; , And there's no und of voyaging when once the voice Is beard. I'ur the river calls, and tha road calls. and oh, the cull of a bird!'' The sides of the booth were painted to represent the woods In autumn, and In the center was a tiny but, made of bought, fitted together, and thatched with grass and leaves. By the side was a cot, faahioned with grasses and leaven woven together, secured to four stout saplings, liver a carefully laid catnpfire hung an Iron kettle, Kvery tlung was In readiness and nty huw we longed to take poeeesiun! - We don't know ry much shout thoroughbred live stock, but aftsr our visit to the hliie.-rinuon winners ai ui fair, on Society Editors Tuesday, we wanted to know more. Now. w want a cow, but tbero s no place to keep one In a five-room apart ment, mr in u newspaper office either, so we admired the hand-ome Holsteins, Jerseys and tiiicruseys In vsin; but ad mired them exceedingly, none the less. Fully to annrerlst the work which the parent-teachars are doing at th fair this year. one- must visit tlislr baby nursery and playground. Hcores of happy kldxllss romp and play under th supervision of the good-HMtured women wmie tiistr parenis njoy mu isir w th fullest, knowing that tha children are having a good llm, too. Tha sxhlhlts of Ohlnn oeunly attract ed our attention, csneclejy two unique flguias mads from wheat, corn and bear grass, On was the American esgl. The othsr figure represented th Qusan of th Harvest. We had an arfunient with the gentleman In charge of th booth aa, Id whsthar Minnehaha was th queen of the harvest or mswaiiia. its said Jliawstna Dill anyway uie ng- ur was a, handsome one, , If any mere member of the masculine. gender doubts that the young girls of today can cook, conviction awaits him In th woman a imiwing. in a naimy model kitchen aTlrls from th domestic science classes of the city and county schools deftly fashion rsal light bis cuits and other deleutable edibles which would convert the most ayspopuc w human beings, And iroodnaaa. roodnesa. th exhibits of Jams, Jslilea, cannsd goods, pls and cakes lust looking at tnem rmuio on that .although the fair Is wendsrfully Intsrestina. thy must not forgst to bs homo on time for dinner. As long as the women or Memphis a no fiyeiny county turn out things Ilka that In their Hllehens, tn spite of th H, ('. O. L. and the proverbial wolf that barks around the front door sometlmfs, we shaJl remain a free snd happy nation. Mrs. John O. s'.auit has proven her self sumo of a horticulturist, as well lis an arrlcultiieiat. Nhn made the "Cen tury Plant VHossom'1 lu spite of the fact thai it seemed It c.ouldn t t ourtsll In our changeable climate. And those who were sn fortunate as tn have wit nessed the blossoming Tuesday night will never forget it, for the spectacle was umpiring and educational, as we ss a beuutl(u) oiio. There are many things the govern ment exhibits, which makes one. paucu and seriously consider along many lints, These things everyone should see. They uie not for amusement, hut for tho education of American cltlsetis, snd upon the charts and exhibition ta bles Is shown the way to health snd happiness, for every American, man, woman and child, Hclentlfically the government exhibits excel any ever shown here tn Ilia past. ' You ladles who rals chickens In your hack yard, have you seein the poultry show at the fair this year? Kor alt who ate Interested In oblckens, whether ihoroughlireds or just '.varyiano siyie," the poultry show will prove a rare treat, blue ribbons are mucti in evidence ther, too. , itest rooms to the fulr-goers who have bean vnine to and fro all day ara-what the oasis In the desert Is to th lot travslar. There ara several rest room for the comfort of the visitors st thi fair, one esiwolally attractive on b. Ing that arrunged by the reed aiempnix committee in the Woman's building of which Mrs T. F. Knlley, secretary of the committee, Is In charge There u msv rest ana listen to me music to your lisart'l content. Well, it was a great day, snd we hope that the hundreds of others who went along, too, saw as much and enjoyed as much aa we did. We all the wnrtn-wtiiie things Tuesday, but Wednesday evening we ar going again and ride the tiki Mill slid the Mrry-Uo-Kound. RED CROSS NOTES ftenreseiitatlvs men and women from five Kouihern states Osorgia, Tennes see. Florida, North and Nouth tlarollna meeting in a ons-uay conrsrenc in Atlanta last week, discussed plans for Ih third Had t'roHs roll call Nov. 1-11, when th lied Cross will aak for (0,000,. One members throughout tha Unltsd etutes to csrry on its psace-tlnia pro. train or naming disease and ri svlna suifrrlng. Mmultaneousiy mitn this campaign It whs announced at the conference th Hi d t'rnss will wage a drive for tlfi.000.. ueu for the eomelstlon of war work. The quota tor the Southern dlvls on Is -'.0'"t5.0d0. The mot Inuwrtant address of ths conference was that by Mr. l'urklnsnn, KBsocmie nivieion manager, wnu ex. nlalned the obligations still fared by the Hed Cross In giving relief to starving people In Kurop snd the near caC In sending emergency supplies to the hospitals at horns where thsrs are still t'J6,0(J0 wounded and convalescent soldiers, and In carrying on ths work nf the home service department ar illschaiged soldiers and their families. Mr. I'lirkltson also outlined ths future i ans uf the Hed cross to do lor Amer, l what It hue dons isewhsr by oom- ixitltig disease, fneterlng cominunln liHalth progtnms. stshllshlng nurses li , various cumiimmtl.'s and fumlshlng re lief in time of disaster, The home sen Ire office, tt( Court uvenus, desires to communicate with the following persons, who formerly lived at the sdciresses here given: liurrus, Hsorg H., and (War, U. 1, noxijg; llurtord. burling (t., Hox m, 11. V., II. : Conley, .lohn I,., lAiey, u, K V. '1; Cooke, Iteti 11, It. V. 1. 1, Itux ll!7-.; Cameron, Innyd, 3H Ashland; liovts, lVld !.. T Haratoga. It. V, l, 1, Box iK: liahl. Alvln K , o50 8. J'ark way: Gibson. fci, Btatlou (J.. It. t; Johnson, Andrew, Ft. t. Hog it; Jackson, l.ige, 6 Monaural street: louls, Ico Henry, lil"4 Misstsalpil Imulevsrd; Nve, Men-ell, t7 South 8eond Ntieet: Mc. Keuiioii, Archie H , Heil Cross hoKiiital; McCoy. Cliflord, t. C. shops; Mum-e, Al hert, i Motissrat, llos 144, kana street; Murray, Hubert, Il ley street ltussell. Kosnll IJoyd, Ksgellt nines! I'niker, IMdle. Nsw Vork car; VJiiulln, Jordan, eoN4 Jefferson avutiue. RUSNESSAND SOCIAL, AVNOt'M'IGM rJNT, Mr. Adoiun Hteutsrmsn snuouiiee the opeiiuiM oi ins siuuio in in parish House uf Calvary church. instruction In Organ, F'tsno, Harmony Counter point and Orchsstmiiim. Phone Main , Wtudloi 102 N Second Kt. Read Newi Scimitar Wants. No. 1, Mlt Margaret Whitman, sponsor, Atlanta, OS. No, 2. Mis Ruth Lamb, maid. of honor, Batesville, Miss. Ne. S, Mis Jssl tstham, maid ef honor, 1789 Overton Park avenue, Memphis, Tsnn, No. 4, Lieut.. Gen. W. A, Collier, command, Ing the Forrest esvslry corps, Memphis, Th annusl reunion f Farrest's eavaley corps will b held in connection with the reunion ef th United Confedtrat veterans in Atlanta, Oct. , St th Piedmont hotel. Uut..Qn. W. A. Collier hss named the above shown sponsor snd msitfs of honor, end Is In sctlve charpe of the arrsngements for the reunion. Other vetersns besides men of the fsmeus cavalry corps are planning to attend tnt Announcements Wedding Anniveriary. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Halliburton en tertained on Monday evening at their home on Oliver street In honor of the tenth anniversary of their marriage. The house was artistically decorated In ferns and cut flowers, goldeiirod b' lug used In the living room while pink and white roaes formed tho center piece fur the prettily appointed dining table, Klve Hundred wax enjoyed, for which fiiur prises went awarded. Mrs. H. W. MuUraw snd Mr. Charles McOee being ih fortunate winners. Mrs. Isirry Klmbell unci Mru. Charles Oxlo carried off the anniversary uontest prises. runch was served during the card games and later an Ice course In pink. Many attractive gifts warn received by the host and hostess Weddings Lee-Elmore. The marriage of Miss Hubs' Austin I'atnora to Mr, John Harry l,re was quietly solemnised on Tuesduy morning al 6 o'clock al Ht. Joseph's church in the presence of friends and relatives, ties Rev. Father Murath officiating. Th bride, who Is the daughter of Mis, Austin- ICImoiu, was gowned' tn whit gsorgvtta over satin with a veil which fell from u coronet of orange blossoms, llur flowers were Inlilu roses and valley lilies In shower effect. Mr. Ian is ths son ot Mr. and Mrs. Tt. 1). Ie and Is a popular member of tha office, forte pr the Artesian Water uompsny. A pretty isstur oi tns musical pro- gram was thst It was rendered by the choir of Ml. Mary's church of which lb bride is a member. Aftr til ceremony a wedding break. fast was served at the home of the bride mother. Mr. and Mrs, Ie left for New Or leans and other Houthern points. Sraith-Temple. The marriage of Miss Larkla Ufa Temple and Mr. Ralph l. Smith was quietly solemnised on Monday evening st the home of Mrs. II. t'. Richards, 80 North Waldran boulevard, the Rev. U. H. Martin officiating, Mrs. Kmmett Jones, sister of th bride, and Mr, Lindsay J. Waiker were the only attendants. Mr. and Mrs Smith left Immediately after the neiemony for Uavenport, la . their future home CLUBDOM St. Luke's Parish Branch. Kt. l.uke s parish? branch of the worn nn's auxiliary win hold Its corporate communion servico In the church tin Thtirsduy morn Ins a I 10 o clock All women of the parish are asked to bring a thank offering to this ser vice. This offering Is to he uresented st the trl-nnniml meeting of women to lie held In letrult. In October and is tor the support of all women workers In the mission field at home and abroad. Officers Elected. The Commodore Uiwrence chapter, IV A. It., held Us first fall mealing on Tuesday afternoun st 1:110 o'clock at the Motel iisyoao. The s ection of of ficers was held as f.illows: Miss Ruth l-iaser llrown. regent; .Miss Lille Mack, ins retiring regent, was elected vice legem, ami the oilier officers were Mrs. Ntm Wilson, historian; Mrs. li, H, Nad aroy. eecretary; Mrs. W. A. Whitfield ergmtrar sua Mrs. J, C. llisnnan. traaa ilier. Miss Clack received a vote ef thanks from the chapter for her Interest and uiiiirihj; etforts In her work during the two years of hsr regency. Miss I lack and Miss Kroan gavs splendid account oi the continental congress of th I A. R , which was bald In Washington in April. Mis Urown and Alts Clack. reunion from Memphis, a well as Sons served aa delegate and alternate to the congress. Reports from officers were received, plans were discussed and Ideas ex changed among the members present. The, next meeting will be held th sec ond Tuesday In October at the borne of the new regent, Miss Kutn Rrnser llrown. The program for the year will he announced by the hiuturlun at this meeting. MKKTIXflR OP MEMPHIS WOMEN'S OKGAXIZATTONS The regular monthly teachers' meet ing of ths mothers' class of Pirat Metli oulst church will bs held on Thursday morning at II o'clock In th homo of Mrs. M M. Want, 1270 Lamar boule vard. This meeting Is open to all mem bers of th mothers' das who desire to uttend, Tho Alpha Hook club will hold Its regular uiueting on Thursday afternoon at i o'clock In ths home of Mrs, Will Muck, MM Bogeil street. Here and There Judge K. H. Hantlst reached a hlatua In trials si Monisrvill Tuesday and spent the afternoun al th fair, Th Hon. C. A.Minr. of Bolivar. Tiiii mingled with tha crowds at th fairground Tuesday. W, K, Meriln, of ClarkBdsle, Mis.. csm neater ag-realng with Judge Mor ton on the Dtirocs at til fair Tuesday night than did any of tha other rail b!ide. er of Corinth, alius,, la lit the city on business. Miss TCItsabeth MoLemore has re turned home after sevsral wesks' Ptg-y In Hot Mprluga, H. C. Mlsa Adeline Kartlett. formsrlv the popular English Instructor at th West Tennsssse Nurmsl irhool. was In tha city for a brief atay with ftineds Mon- nay ana tuesaay, en route to Wash ington, where she now mskes her home. With her was her sistsr. Miss Josephine Rartlett, who has Just recently returned trom oversea. Lieut. Qrailv tihlres. U, 8. A., waa in the oliy visiting friend Tuesday. u rout to Camn Plk. where he will re- oslve hia h'-norable discharge, He will rsturn to stsn-pnis Haturttay and will renew hl.i studies at the West Tennes see Js'oiniai this winter. ""Mr. and Mr. James M. McOormAok tsiiinied home Tuesday after a delight ful vibii in Atlantic t:ny, xorg 4111I cuicr lsiuitem points. Mr. and Mrs. .1 w. Clann have re. turneo irom diioxi. Mra. L. L. King returned Tuesday from a delightful trln to Canada, Buf falo, Detroit, Niagara Fulls and Chi cago. Iaturen Oreman. of Atlanta, editor of the Southern tuvllwsv News Hul. latin, is expected to arrive here Thurs day for a visit with loual e-fflclgta of the Boutncrn and to take tn tn Trl-Htate fair. t-hiirles Ullard.' "jr..-chief elerk In the Krlsco cnninisrrlal offic, baa re turned lo duty after several day' ab sence on account of Illness. Miss Alice Maury lstke has returned from a delightful Western trip. While away Miss Lake visited her brother. Robert lAke, and her uncle, Char lee U, Hoffa, at fetiver. HUNS SEeTbIO LOAN. Bt'KNOF AI1VEM, Kept Kemial negotiations wer opened yesterday af Isrnnon by Qermany for a loan of itfXi. oimi n0 fenm Arssntlna tn faeitltats the pumbase of raw matsrlsla In this country. Koralgn Minister niyrrdon, on whom th Herman delegation railed. told Uie visitors th matter would be rfrril W lrildnt Jrigoyea, -A or veterans and famines, . After Pageant Throngs Get Holiday Spirit and Visit Sterling Atractions Probably no mors orderly well draaaud and wol behaved carnival crowd ever viauea ine .tommy J, Jones sxpusltton than the throna which Tuesriav nlirt,t laughed at tho fat man and woman, funny monkey and the midgut oliy; shouted with delight ami shlllratinn When going "Ovr the Foils" or watch. ing others do so, and experienced othsr thrills on th "Frolic," the new riding device, and wer entertained and mys tified at the doaens of other attractions Johnny ,1, Jonas offers. Immediately afteh the pageant, VTlie ' Ttlnssomlne- of the Csnturv Plant.'' ths big crowd strolled down to the end of , the mldwsy, where the Jones exposition is arrangea in a huge qusnrangis of simws, wnnoers una riaing nevtots. The attractions wars found all clean tha motile real ladles and- santlaman and it was a pleasure to see how th really best people of the city enjoyed the attractions, and must of all. tha courteous treatment on th part of the employe, Kd, R. Halter, dean of nreei agents, who left the "legit" to help put th carnival business on high plsne Johnny Jones has placed It, was guide to a pair of scribes Tuesday night and what the genial Kdward didn't allow US wasn't worth looking for. We were conducted through and be hind th suenss of at leaat SO at tree, tlons that make up the Jons aggrega tion. Peek Behind Scenes, Besides those already mentioned there was Kit Louise ltlake's superba, th stupendous elsetrleal miracle, the Coney island side snow a gnq me crystal tangle, and not the leaat of the attractions wa Stella, that weird, wonderful, sensa tional, tru to nature painting, t apt. Moonsy and a herd of elephants. Princess pixie with her laopardg and Admiral ttowey's ferocious Hon form th most exciting portion of the pro. gram, especially the lion riding horse back. Th West a It used to ba I depleted In Dakota Mas' wild West exhibition, which has bucking bronchos and eraok riders. Roughridur and cowgirl fur nish an intcre-illng performance that nepsrlally anneals to th chlldrsn and gives thsm an Idea of what the West was before th wire fence cut up the rang. Miss E'sls ay ha a society horse academy which Is unusually good, her star performer being Arabia, who can dlstlngulsn colors, spell and do a lot of hi man thing gnd finally rescues a babvJrom a burning house, The Kiam- se twins, laitsy and Violet, are perhaps tne most uuxw awoui oi evsryining on the Joy flaaa. And Teroella, the hairy Irl, Is another wonderful eurloaity. arisen the Great la a most wonderful magician and Illusionist and It Is no exaggeration to make th statement that he is equal to Keller or Thurston. All Jensen's work I pew and of a moat startling tiatnre. William Jay cogiuan introduce me devil's saucer with Mils Msrle. ths orlslnal mlle-a-nilnut girl, driving an auioinotnie at racing siieea on ana screes a nuge saui er-shapeO track, slanting at an angle ef ii dsegrea. then onto a narfoctlv straight Wail that sur rounds the' entire drome. Hsr per. forma nee Is little short of marvelous. Mho la assisted by five of the most prominent, motorcyclist In th ooun. try. f.vnev V.A. the famous Canadian tran per and hunter, haa a most Interesting exhibit, consisting ot an sons ot won aeri'ul osirlosltles elk and deer horns. four doa irslns. furs ef all kinds and many trophies, ths result ef 11 years spent In the far northern country trad ing with lalmos and Indians. N. c. Sead News Scimitar Wants. SOCIETY ENJOYS ONES MIDWAY .-i-i ft-f Wonderful Values Lyons Velvet Hats Panne Velvet Hats A special purchase and showing without precedent at this season of, the year. Smart, be ll coming models, reflecting the brims or drooling brims and nifty turbans. The trimmings are flowers, ostrich, metal orna ments and novelty effects.- ' ' These Days Are Especially Interesting Tn Dnr Exclusive Pattern Hat v9ssS I ...... 'i ' :", r -' yrV- : f III ;' " ra S. -r u . TTfri..r v. T ,1 - jT.X. twc.--V 1 WW I, Mm! V. Ill I, fili:iiiiiiiiBiiiii iiwiiiiffliiiiiiifflffl CONFESSED BURGLAR AND MURDERER GETS AWAY MIAMI Pit, Rent 14 Tharleg F. Sull-an, who voluntarily surrendered to the police here several aays ngo. Buy ing he wa want'd In New York tor burglery and tht he was Itnplbaled In iniirdor mm several other forioua qrlmes. sawed his way through the iron bars of his cell end then through the cuter grating of th Jail here early to- uay ana eacanea, in puuos holding him until his story could be Investigated In New York, but had re ceived no confirmation. Hulltvan, when he gave himself up, said be waa tired of being hunted and was willing tn pay tha penalty for the Offenses he had committed. In con nection with his surrender, It is ald, Hulltvan waa piqued becau n young woman here, to whun h had con fessed his wrong doings, had refused to associate with him. NEARLY BILLION PAID. WASHINGTON, Bent Si Nearly a billion dollars of Ubsrty bonds have keen retired and tisid oif by the gov ernment with loans returned by the allied governments and certain taxes whkh were paid In bonds themselves. The torn I of all Issues of bonds ran . ,,n Ann ....... ' . dren't Britain already has repaid 3i, Mo.iiou of th billions sh oweg th United States.' and Franee has also made a email puymrnt. - In all, the allies owe th United States about flO,- OW.Qt'U.UOU. Old Floors Befinished. Kw flrtom. gMroeni and metal wAth TncL nywb,r- ChSv!' t NJB 01 - authentic styles for immediate wear. 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