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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

t THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. PrinceofJVales's Findon Grey Shales Is Best Sire of All the Army Horses Seen at the London Hackney Show 8 1,?. NO DOCKED HORSES FOR FDTDRE KING Sols Jixumplo. io Brocdnrs by .Exhibiting Stallion With . Natural Tall. WINNING PONY FAMILY descendants of Wortloy Bell SvHp the Bing at Agricul tural Hall. j Miss Sllchollo S. Nowbors, owner of ih. irle winning Jumper Ktllnrney Jim, intended the thirty-sixth London Hack v v Show when In England a few weeks .ipn, uinl she suld yesterday sho had i i", or spi-n ijulto the Biimo degree, of lii-' l.it-Mt In horses nt nny other exhibition ;.' homo or abroad. It was held at vurlculturnl Hall for the first time In t iijc years, the war having for,cod the .e.'ers to tako their show to Newmar k ' m 1317 anil 101S. i l,.i I'rlnco of Wales was an exrlbltor, nix Fucowsful one, his Findon Grey Mali having won llrst prize, in the class f .stallions Bultablo for breeding army ! rs.-s. Moorland Shales, ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

1 3 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. GETTING BETTER AUTOMOBILE LAWS' Davis Has Attractive Lines Jlolor Vcliiclo Conference ('(iininillee Will Seek Hotter Lejrisliilion for .Motorists. ,r. A. Wood, vlce-prciildenl ii ml Ken will ' iitnnuKcr of tlw V.in Oortliimlt Vehicle ('orpointlon, met ropulltan dln trlbutcm fnr reerle?s earn, who Is u ill l color hi' the National Automobile Deni er' Association ami leprescntatlve for .llutrlet 111 lll8C11.1.lll ,... , 'vniinnil Association l.i do- Thi Dnvil SPort MotJel 53 n nPPV car that combines tlie lnc-iiloiiK tin- lines of motor vehicle ler- koauty of the roadster with the utility and comfort of the tourinff car, OVERCOMING THE AUTOMOBILE SKID Chains .$ot Only Safeguard, lmt Actually Snvo'Wcnr and Tear. Many years oko tiro manufacture advised apnlnst tho uso of chulns'MnJ tlon'Wlth their efforts to mnlto a non skid tread to uuo as u sellliiK arijumont In competition with other tires. That day has passed, however, as the a...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

1 3 'I'tiHi i3UL -iiVlJ lViu. I . Vv , -. LEGAL POINTS FOR AUTOMOBILE OWNER i Expt'iM b'urniiiliei Information Tii ii Kvcrj Motorlsl Should LaFayette Touring Car After 10,000 Miles Note W ith Care. ,i decision or th gusreme of Tennestee one nf the counties i ighl an Injunction against company to prohibit it from i iMi ton truokloada ovtr the ounty, Thi ground of the ' :is th furl Hint the roads ily l een macadamised nnd that i work W'iim done It wiih not In in that iriaiis of over ii."' ii Id have to be supported, For . it vma contended, serious ".is lulus done to the county the great inns of tii taxpayers, in held, however, that thli post iutii not be auftatnad In view of i fled i inht to um the publl mk Ml . . "" :.' RENAULT HAS BIG PLANS FOR THE YEAR Fred Titus Becomes Sales Man ager and Starts the Ball Rolling. Low centre of gravity and low overall height are largely responsible for th beautiful road appearance the vafloua counties of of D. McCall White's new design. The actual ...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

j i, y :: 1 , . I . y j, I t 8 , 3 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. ' - ' ' GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOUR NEW CAR Ipiiru About, tho (.'tirburetor and- Tlioii l,ciiv It. Alone. ii . ii. i.irroitn iiiiiikaw. unci, i: ix. Tnhmrnl IHifclnr HVif iiilt V M r ,1 I utomtihilc Schools, .Vrtc I'm It f ifj 1 1 f you ii good mixer on the rar" l ilocyn't matter how goo.1 a mixer ou lire. politically or ImslliesfwlHo. if lucre Ik nut ii kcoI tnixrr 0:1 the nlii hoat it mr.ins trouhlo. Mixer, Jim sa Ycr. a mixer to mix Hip mlXiiirc. (!i. en they cull It a curhuret'.r. but Its Jtiy ni In mixing, for, though It be one of the i (implex Ihiiigs yon h x at the show with all KirtH of VRi,ci n.l lovers nml the mixing i ; amlioi, . c gao':ic an,l .' ,Pecla' ouilt fackard twin-tix four pauenger touring car is one of the imartei, up-to-the-minute lr aie mmwi i.i, . .! . a co- 'ni;tli ( touring car tyle for tliit year. It hat all the individuality that the particular owner could wih, com mixtu...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

V Stffciety and Its Interests Winter Resorts Feminine Fashions Art Reviews. SECTION . 8 PAGES tttl AND, NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. i, nso. tv n$ am-ntnu oorpowMon. COMMERCE AND A REVEL ARE FEATURES OF SOCIETTS WEEK - Toffeant of Anciont Trance Intcrrnpta the Quiotudo of lent Amateur Saleswomen Hival Work of Professionals for Charity. ( Representing Ancient France at the Balf of the Fine Arts, Given by the Society of Beaux Arts Architects. f T r ITU" the exception of the brief A resplto of Ml-Carcme, when ' all society appeared In gor geous array at the Pageant of Ancient Franco, thero has been nothing In the way of gayety to mark the doings of the fashtonablo world, and even the costume ball waa given for a worthy object, that of aldinar deserving stu dents of architecture, painting and rculpturo who ahall bo designated by the Beaux Arts Architects Bode'., under whose auspices the ball waa given. With Lent more than half vpent, there seems to be no. desire to ...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

9 MANY INTERESTING EVENTS ARRANGED BY WOMEN'S CLUBS Piny to bo Gvcn for Building Fund of Federation Hotel. ALTHOUGH Ml-Careme has come and gone Lenten gayotlea a how no sign of letting up, and the ! number of entertainments arranged i for the Intervening daya before Easter j will make the social calendar un- j usually brilliant. In social club circles a number of Interesting events arc be ing planned and there will be no lack of weddings, and In addition to these entertainment for poat-Lcnten brides. Written and presented by prominent women of clubs under the auspices of the board of directors of the New Vork City Federation of Women's Clubs, a clever little play in three acta, entitled "One Woman's Hus band," will be given at the Hotel Astor on the afternoon of March 2! for the benefit of the building fund of the Federation Hotel. Prominent members of the various Clubs In tho federation will serve as patronesses, others will be on the va rious committees, and except at the meetings...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

4 TEE SUN AND NEW YORK ' HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920 war IN THE WOMEN'S CL UBS F . Contimni from Pricedlng Page. Inrer mi chairman, wera Mn, John Jordon and Mrs. Charles Otten. The Club maintains a room at the City Fed ration Hotel for Girls. The luncheon and regular fortnightly meeting of Eclectlo on Wednesday brought out a large attendance of the club's members. Mrs. Douglas Robinson read an original Eoem, "Sagamore," in honor of her rother, the late Col Theodora Hoose velt The Rev. Dr. Nathan A. Beagle spoke on "Women In Citizenship," and Dr. Edwin Lelbfreed read a number of nis own poems, umer guests of honor who BDollfl WPrA Mm r. rrfslrtent of the State Federation of ivoiiiciiB iuob; miss Mary Uarrctt nay, juiss Kllsaboth ilnrbury, Mrs. jiciijaiiun i mice nna jiiss jsvelyn Gold smith of ths Fox Hills Hospital for Sol dlers. The artists who contributed to the programme were Miss Bertha Lansing Rodgers, contralto, and Norman Jollffo, barytone. They were nccompanled by Max ite...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

fur THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD) SSTJNPAY, MARCH 14, 192ft .. . - wl TrkTmTnrr 1AT MTV SACKCLOJH OUT OF STYLE IN WASHINGTON "SS, nuiiuiio u. o. win Mi-Careme Extended Into Almost a Week of Gayety in the National Capital Miss Helen Taft Wel comedActivity in the Cabinet Circle. Wasiunotok, D. C, March 13. HAVE you noticed how complote ly sackcloth and ashei h:ve gone out of style for soj'ety's Lenten wear? And how Ml C&rrme. which used to bo on evening of frivolity Injected Into the f..rty days of fasting and prayer llkp the cent of "comic relief" Into a Shake spearean tragedy la now, when Lent Is so little observed that the relict 1 scarcely needed, spun out to pretty Hourly a wek? The week Wan with a lovely birth day party, celebrating tho annlver-ary of a nation rather than an Individual, and ran through pretty nearly the tiMial number of more or lew formal d nners and luncheons and teas, In-ri-idinR a brilliant reception In honor r.f Oen. Pershing on Friday nnd a mar dinner da...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. , IT ASIATIC, OR VAMPIRE, MOTIF THE LATEST IN EVENING GOWNS flow Spring Gowns to Have Plentiful Display of Crys tal Embroidery. Skirts to Bo long and Clin ing", With Wide Glittering Hip Girdle, 1 rv IT" yrra wish to bo fastidious In your usa of words It Is qulto posslblo to explain the Incoming fashion fer evening eowns by calling them Asiatic The popular -word would bo vampire. N'ot that the public Is overly familiar with Mr. Bram Stoker's "Dracula" or hit Rumanian superstition has be. come universal through that particu lar ally's part In the war. Nothing so far fetched brought the word vampire, as noun and verb, Into the common currency of our language; tho "mov s" did It To the furthest etretches of the iwolate routes across this vast conti nent goes the "movie" vampire, and the film Is alone responsible for one of the vivid words of the twentieth century. When one tries to explain, therefore, the sudden new movemont in evenin...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

4 THE -BUN rAND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MftRCH Tf, tm ANY TRIMMING PERMISSIBLE, BUT FROCK MUST HAVE SOME Egyptian, Chinese, Rumanian and Other Influences ) Seen in Decorations, With the First Most Pro.mi p nent Beads and Bugles Used in Various Designs, TT haa coma to the point where no woman who pretends to mo- A dlshncss fcola fully clothed In an nntrimmed frock. Fabric, mado up and unadorned, except In lta own l...lla nn tanner BCcms to be cults ft coverlnff. Tho decoration may be of Egyptian, Chtneae, Rumanian or Spanish in spiration or may simply be one of tho Indeterminately quaint trlmmlnes of the extended hoopsklrt period; but whatever lta eourco it has como to be a very important feature of dress design. In the later sprint" models a sudden and atrlkinsr efflorescence of beading has burst forth which rather domi nates tho situation. Blouses and frocks of all sorts and conditions are beaded, sometimes with great elabo ration, somotlmes in a well marked but discriminating des...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

A, VJZl VIEWS AND REVIEWS OF A WEEK IN THE MARKETS OF ART THE SUM AND NEW VuKR HERALD,' blUWa, PAINTINGS and Water Colors by Albert Felix Schmitt March lit to March 13th AT THE GALLERIES OF M.Knoedler SCo. 556 Fifth Avenue C. W. Kraushaar Art Galleries 680 Fifth Avenue EXHIBITION OF Recent Paintings Br GlFFORD BEAL EitablUhtd lilt. Schultbeis Galleries 425-427 Fifth Avenue nt 38th St Telephone Vandtrbtlt HIT AMERICAN & FOREIGN PAINTINGS Downtown Galleries for Paintings, Prints, Framing Itt FULTON ST., jut EAST of Broidwi; EXHIBITION OF Pastels & Drawings By DEGAS Mar. 11th to Mar. 27th Durand-Ruel 12 East 57th Street Exhibition of Paintings Sidney M. Wiggins and Magnus Norstad until Match 27 ' Babcock Galleries 19 East 49th Street EXHIBITION of PAINTINGS by Hamilton Easter Field Datlnt from 1893 to 10!0. NOW ON VIEW AT ARDSLEY STUDIOS 110 Columbia Height, Brooklyn. Dally 9 A. St. to 0 r. M., to April 3d. DANIEL GALLERY LAWSON EXHIBITION 2 WEST 47th ST. 7Ui CHINESE ANTIQUES 4...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

, THE SUN rAND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAB'CH 8 7oang Women in Half Mile Race at Camden Gymkhana Hiss Hnrtha Tichnor Wins In Exciting Finish Tennis Tournament in Progress BHOOKLTN ADVrnTISEMENTS. 1 ItnOOKLYM ADVErtTISKMENTS I BIWOKLTN AnEKTI8KMEXT8. J BHOOKkyy ADVEItTIBEMKXTg. 1 BBOOKMy AOTXBTIgrsnSNTg. M0.??, AOT?P.TI.B1!:im, rL, Etery Slalton on the East and Wat Stic JK jj TXTlT ( rr w (I yR) Store Opens M A. M. Suhucy Lines h an Entrance to A. & S.. Ml pflM jj M M 1 H A W TMrf- S:S0 P' M' with 11, Direct Entrance from the Hoyl Street liiWJj UZmiUvll 11, II Wl 2 F3(U Teltphne-Mdn 6100 Mitayoiaitonjorajcrare. MWWHLYW &L Cahjjcv, S. C. March 1J. Tho featur t tlw week from the urortlnir viewpoint was the pymhhana at the track of the Itldine aad Drtvlns Club. A bis crowd fathered to wltn the venta which Jlr. Clarence Morcan. president of the club, and hla committee had prepared for their amusement. There were a balloon race, a polo bendlnir contest, musical chairs. novelty ra...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

tttl AND NEW YORK HERALD SECTION 5 EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. t:iMil(llit Ml, Sim-llfinlii ruiimr'illim, ROTOGRAPHIC SECTION Madnnie A. I. Benklcvcsky, one of Wasliiuton 's ,noRtr Vft ' York! jj jTT rccnnt'S 'visit0 to New charming hostesses. She is the wife of the Naval Attache "ffl Vbsa by Kmmls tiumtilcro. (aS . VM O viHl B m r York, the Russian Embassy. copyright, cilnemnst. vf NJwA lL A V vJ EST' Kr s ' Cppyr'ffht' jj 11 1iiiT1nut hit hv tllP (Wilt Wlir. PIlO tograph shows the ruins partly cleared up by Allied soldiers and work battalions of Uennaii prisoners. Iholr, International. Another view of the principal street in Vitrimnnt after its reconstruction with American aid. The American committee of tho "Village liibercs" is helping in this work. The City of Holyoko, Mass., has adopted Apremont and is rebuilding it. ?-hot.. Intprnntlomii

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW 'YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. At left Kyra, one of the 1 1. ... J H7 .tvr I mn".v uracoiui unncers wuu rn KLHKj?j flPPcar "The Ii(l,liht fW OMBkUJi -Whirl" ntop the Century 1 Jl Roof. Dainty little Vivicnne Sepal, who has made such a success of "The Little Whopper" at the Casino. Copyrlitht. Mnffett. Ann Mason in an unusual pose ami with porpeous furs. She oppcara in "The Acquittal" at the Cohan & Harris Theatre. " 1

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. f ' 1 Mrs. William K. Dicic, who, was Mrs. John Jacob Aston She is of Se.rbi HoU8.e. 1 West Eiphth street. The viMtintr Palm Beach for th'.- tint time in several years. L orjranization she heads provides for Serbian Phntn 1ntniiH!nnnl fG OrphflnS. Copyright. Underwood A Underwnnd. Mrs. Henry George Pearce, a recent brido. 8he was Mrs. Leita Wheeler Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry Wheeler of New York. Mr. Pearce is prominent in Philadelphia. 1

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 'MARCH 14, 1920. Most recent picture of Queen Mary of England and Princess Mnry 'at left holdiuc bouquet). Her Majwt) is talkinc to a hoy scout just before inspecting tlie Holtham Road Council School at Wandsworth, London. Popyr'Bht Centril S-wn. WWHCAVf-U UHJSSLL BHU '' -ifflBBBIB Ab o v e T h e Battle of Flowers at Nice wan re vived this year af ter an interval of five years. Soldiers were the main tar frets for the pirls participating. Copyrlsht. Central Npwh. At left Mrs. .1. Austin Stone, pres ident of the Tlmi Mawr flub of Washincton and an active worker in the drive for a $2,000,000 endow ment fund for the college. OopyrlKht. Cllnedlnst. Otto TI. Kahn, widely known New York bank er, photoirra plied shortly before he sailed for Europe recently. Conyrlcht, MofTott. jM t-'Rie Ferguson s powns always nt tract the H New monument to Miss Edith Cavell, the Enplish nurse slain by the Germans, soon to be unveiled in London. Note the draped fipure. ...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

irTr,',i'itwvirVf' r 6. IK I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. jlv An architectural ircm of the Near East photographed for the first y umu. view ill intr Kuifivuy in inc niiiuni k dhiucu iu oniiHiHnmmme. Miss Mary (Tula tea Fitzpcrald, a p r a ii (1 n i c c p of Charles Dickens, known on the con cert stape as Ara Gcrold. here to wed .Toll iv Clarke, an Enplish actor. Coityrlftht Keystone View. Ea y, via? Typical flood picture from a suburban town. The recent Brent storm and thaw did immense dawapc. This is Peace street, New Brunswick, N. J., where the Rnritan River overflowed. Photo, t'nderwood &. I'ndorwood. Abovp Capt. An tin 0. Thomsen, 71 years old, who retires from active sea ser vice. He made 455 trips as master for the Scandinavian line and never lost a ship I'hoto, International. At riijht Dr. (rni'iue M. II am '"iii.l. who doesn't let his G2 years keep him out of the Olympic pamcs. Ho will com pete in the fencing matches. Copyright, KcyMone View. This...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

1 V Ml Elaborate funeral of Gaby moat apectacular of its kind ever witnessed. Many curious per sons lined the route to the cemetery. 1'hoto international. WE PAY CASH Far SEihtfy Ussd w Discuses' GOWNS, WRAPS, SUITS, FURS, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, ETC. HlfhMt Iriee Onaraateett AppoLatraeaU at Tew CcnTtcJtMa. Write, Phoni or CJ) MME. FUR MAN Tel. Bryant III 103 Wut 47th Stmt New York Have the uncorseted look Alston's Models comet the form. glTibc absolutely straltht aad graceful Unci, eliminat ing lump and bump. They lupport back tod abdomen and tire proper polaa while reducing the lie. jtd "Hold You There" Brassieres never, ride up while elttlng . No orerflaw of Beth at top. Send stamp for Booklet. Alston's Medal Hfore Fern Ce., lac. IS Weit 34th It. Aitor Court Building, room 83 ht)Itlestarn House I America Set. 1HS. Terns, an relen. Celaaa bla. Oocd Shepherd. D. M. C. Cettoa. Went! Knit Good., rrtsrh Tapetr1ee hi prtlt-pelat Tapestry Versa. HENRY HESSE, 399 Slsth Are. 2S SU. New Yett CO...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND. NEW YORK HERALD, , SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. KiitnaiBiiiiiiiB Cat this oat 1 1 j Special Prices I ON I Bohn Refrigerators "Syphon" "Sanitor" "Icyco" And Ail-Metal "Ideal" All Manufactured by Us znA tiritk n. M U IIVI WWII ft WWI WMUI- rj f. antee, at Prices which Can- I h . n i? hi n II not De cquaiica, Ranging From $16.75 up. Discounts in :somc cases are 30 from regular list prices. This most unusual opportunity to secure a Bohn Refrigerator n Inin rrt r. a f fTm r i tf B a short time only, and probably never will be offered again. Every Bohn Refrigerator is built up to a standard. The Bohn system of construction and insulation is recognized throughout the world as in a class by itself. Because of the principle upon which it is constructed, the Bohn Syphon Refrigerator not only keeps the food very cold and absolutely dry and pure but uses less ice than any other Re- a frigerator ever built. This is an S important factor, for it means E that with the usual high price g of...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOKK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. James McCrseryi Co. SihAimvue, 34tk$brcet 1 I Grmtwrsions tyJIailiUfif jjB a6 CJishumaMc. ami (Jidurcsqujc A. A model of notable smart ness, developed in Tricotine piped vitb Silk Braid and artis tically embroidered A graceful He-sash girdles the "waist. Regu larly 8.oo. 6.00 E An exclusive model of Tricotine that is at once fash unable and picturesque. Silk braid forms ornate designs on the skrrt and coat, rendering it one of the most efftctnt costume! of the season. Regularly 110.00. 8. 00 ruf 1 111 C frrooi TsWtf aw tun or this model Suk braid and exquisite embroidery embellish it Note the smart Dtrectohe collar and pocket effects. This is an exact copy of a costly imported model Regularly Sj.oo. D. The practicability of this Suit as well as its smartness will appeal to many. It is fashioned of fine Serge, adorned with row upon row of Silk Braid and numerous buttons. Regularly fy-jo. 45.00 r ORIENTAL PERFUMES and toilt ReauixiT...

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