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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

DailyPuzzle I l FAIR EXCHANGE IS NO ROBBERY. "'Tis rdbbery!" th e phoner cried, 'To charge me so for one short minute." "Impossiltie!" excha nge replied, "A fair exchange girl's mixed up In it." Find the phoner. *Answer to Saturday's Puzzle-1ipsi de down in seat. One of today's little ads may hold the germ of _ _ _ _0 good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain {n this off ie as follows: Z. Y. X.-One A. C:-One Z.-One I. X. L.-One M. C. K.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCK .FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-NICE LITTLE HOME; 50 foot lot; 5 blocks from bridge on South Sixth street; $1,200 if sold at once. Phone 444 Black. FOR 54AL--THREE LOTS, IN South Milssoula addition; fenced and planted to garden and trees; water on, lots. See owner, at 701 South Fifth west. OpR 'SALE-REAL ESTATE. THREE LOTS, 3-ROOM HOUSE, city, water, well improved with fruit and garden; the cheapest place In Missoula- $800; 1035 Cherry. FOR SALE-REAL ES...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

Of CHURUH DR. JAMES M. BARKLEY DELIV ERS ADDRESS TO PRESBY TERIANS AT DENVER. bahaer, May 23.-Nine ,great services of a'deo palcharagter marked the 'activittS to0l attendant on the an 'tual gatheritnj 'dthe general assemb ly of, the Presbyterian church. The largest of, thdie was the morning meeting at which Dr. James M. Bark 'ley, the moderator, delivered his ser inon to the assembly. He reviewed al length the work of the church throughout the world. Rain marred the great parade planned for Sunday school children. A popular meeting in behalf of home ond foreign missions was held in Cemitai chbrdh lb the afternoon, and. In'- fits' Drib'th' Abiditbrium the 11ev., OCM'IM Stdthte of New York ad Ai ksetl` several thoutand laboring, tdi oil thk'Aubjeotd of labor coildl-7 tift * t"erP'trE "'iJn1ted StateM Mr At l$ il chdirmritn of the department' 41'liilrchK 'Othd labobrl "I'`I99'" here fivd' riflike meetings eMs WTsiitht and titt -dc tinny dIffer fi't dhbtntchos in behalf of varioutl move...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

iI GAMES WON AND LOST ON "THE BREAK" PSYCHOLOGICAL MOMENT IN BASEBALL WHICH CANNOT BE UNDERSTOOD. Perhaps the most interesting series of articles on baseball that has ever been publishied is alipe tring in the American Magazine. The June issue co:italns aiother contribution from the 1e n of Hugh S. Fullerton, the Chicago expert, in which he deals with the "lmeidiog Moments of Great Games." Of the lisychological or crucial moment in ail baseball games, which is tech tliciully knom wcit as "the break," lie says: "Nearly e'ery baseball game is won anal list on one ilay, a pliy that im'5 mie lis iihe sychologieml Instant. Among ii'' pliyers whi do not studyi Isychol gy itih' crucial iioini'flt is known as 'the break.' a phenomenon which not one has aiialyzed, and which the players themselves do not under stand. Twenty iien on the bench are watching closely and Intently every move of the pitcher, every swing of his arm. The tide of battle rises, ebbs and then suddenly at the start of som...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

Missouldas Best ' Grocery e have all kinds of feed always on hand. Special for this week: 1 car good wheat. I car good oats. 1 e *r chopped feed. 1. ar bran and shorts. 1 cpr whole and cracked corn. 2 cars ttimothay hgy. c ioonidering the rmarkht our prices are low on these groodil. speciaI Oranges, per dozen ........................10 ASK FOR REILLY'S, PHONE 98. THE BUSY CORNED. Interesting Pst hCrds Oit stock of tottvenir Postal Cards represents the latest and choicest productions. Besides all the novelties that are desirable we are howing many other linen that prove popular wherever displayed. * Uedoubtedly your distant friends will- be more interested in local views than anythIng elde. We have a splendid variety of them. (ýome in and look these goods over. We are always pleased to show them. Missoula Drug Co. 4OLS8ALE AND RETAIL. Hi gins Avenue id Front Street. Save monley on your all Paper and Paint iy getting our prices. SIMONS 312 Higgins Ave. M0VID We are in our new store an...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

THE WEATHTR IR DAILY TOULT AN S Today-Cloudy. X I O 0O A M AE Y For effIC IenTh Tomorrow-F air. Missoullares ls Au Ti VOL. XXXVI. NO. 20. MISSOULA, MON~TAN~A, TI LS \X MOHN [Nr, M1.\ 25, 749,19 PRICE JIEOET MANY TILTS IN CALHOUN TRIAL HENEY GOES INTO DEFENSE'S CAMP FOR WITNESSES AND SKIRMISHES FOLLOW. DETETIVE ON THE STAND Gibson Is Examined as to His Part in the Investigation of the Explo sion at the Home of Former Super visor Gallagher in Oakland-Witness Denies Many Charges. San Francisco, May 24.-Francis J. Heney, prosecutor in the trial'of Pat rick Calhoun, president of the United railroads, went into the camp of the defense for several of his witnesses today, and in consequence the pro ceedings were embittered by strife be tween counsel and continual skir muishes between Mr. Heney and the reluctant and hostile subjects of in terrogation. iFrom the manner in which the case was conducted today It appeared that the state was ap proaching the end of its long roll of witnesses, and ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

8, aable ,damask at 49c hard q d necials A 70-inch, full fibre, Scotch Table linen, sighly finished and These specials are among te hst merchandise offerings we've made with rich, elaborate degs; a aask sre to wash well made in 13 year. ome, help us i celebrate and get a tase of and wear sinlenfidly'. our hirthday ake Have you seen the monster birthday cake ? It contains 13 gold pieces and 13 prize checks. It's worth seeing. In building this cake it was necessary to use 70 pounds of flour, 100 pounds of sugar, 30 dozen eggs, 25 pounds of butter, five gallons of milk, one and one-half pints of extract. The circum ference of the cake is 12 feet, it is four feet in diameter, 11 1-2 inches in thickness, and actually weighs 268 pounds. We want everyone to have a taste of oul" mammoth cake. Be here Saturday sure. .7he Golden Pule /nni'ersary Jale Jtarts .7his horning and Continues Five Days linen Crash ? 1-2c 011 )one& J'ale of 6-.Jnch Jaffeta Ribbon asc Wdorth 15c Full value is 45c y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

On South higgins Avenue Two choice 30x120 lots facing on South Higgins, are directly across the street froum the Hammond addition, where lots are selling for $500 each. Am offering these two lots for $550 for both, and they are dirt cheap. -o Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. The Most PATSING SA VING The relief you get in properly fitted glasses more than pays for them the first few weeks. A small saving of nerve force is of more value than the saving of a large sum of money. The Eyes control a large per cent of the nerve force of the hu nian body. N1 wlun H. Schweiker OPTICAL SPECIALIST. 318 Higgins Avenue MRS3-AIIS1E FLORIll DIES OF RHEUMATISM Mrs. Pauline l'Iorine, a woman aged 43 years, died at about 3 o'clock yes terdi mornin&" at St. Patrick's hos pital. She had been ill for some time with rheumatism and suffered much. She leaves a sister in Portal, N. D., and other sisters in other cities of the same state. Otil...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

ý` lbshit Bvery Day to the Year. MIS5OU1JAN PUBLISHING CO. 120 and 181 West Mtain ,Street, Mis soula, Montana. Untered at the postfofice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advano.) Daily, one month...............$0.75 D)Uy, three months............................ 2.25 Daily, six months...... .......... 4.00 Daily, one year................ 8.00 Weekly, one year............ .... 1.50 Postage added for foreign, countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian . is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also, Money orders and 4hecks should be made payable to The Missoulian Publishing Company. TUESDAY, MAY 25, 19009. APPLE BLOSSOMS. Apple-blossom time is here again; it has been a bit late in its coming this year, but when it did come, it came with a suddenness t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

~. V I EXCITINIAME WOf BROOKLYN TIES IN NINTH ON LONG HITS, ONLY TO LOSE OUT IN ELEVENTH. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. Club, Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg ........... ..... 11 ,633 Chicago ..........19 13 .594 Philadelphia .. 14 13 .519 New York ... 13 13 .500 Cincinnati ... 16 17 .485 Brooklyn . .... 13 15 .464 St. Louis ..... 14 19 .424 Boston ,.......... 11 18 .379 American League. Club. Won.. Lost. Pet. Detroit ....... ....19 11 .633 Philadelphia ....15 11 .577 Now York . ... i 12 .571 Boston...........10 12 .555 Chicago ..........15 15 .500 St. Louis .. 13 14 .481 Cleveland. . 12 16 .429 Washington 7 21 .250 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chubs, Win Thriller. Brooklyn, Mifa& 24.-With tivo out in the ninth and the score 3 to 1 In favor of Chicago, Alperman tripled and Jordan knocked out a home run, ticing the game. In the eleventh Hof man, for Chicago, sent a low one to center and scored the winning run. Score: I . R. H. E. Chicago ........... .......4 9 0 Brooklyn . . ......3 6 3 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

XQUISI gWEFFECTS IN Wash Suits and Dresses a Our assortments of wash suits and dresses have never been better, and you will find this season's offerings the best in style and quality. - Dainty jumper dresses of rep and linens in all the lead - ing colors, charming one-piece lingerie and lawn dresses, effectively trimmed with lace and with tucked flounce. You will find them all attractively priced at $7.50, $8.50, $10 and $12 Special Ribbon Offering Heavy, pure silk taffeta ribbon in all col ors, 4 and 5 inches wide, 40c and 4c val-i Iles ; per yarid .......................... An Important Mid-Season Clearance Sale OF MHu ILU Y Monday we place on sale every trimmed hat at greatly reduced prices. The entire stock must be closed out, consequently thee low prices wildprevail. TIhere is a good variety tb choose frQ , induding large alid Biwall shapes, no two Milk,,e, ils hxkutifully thiamed, in turbans, mushroom hi~d knell shapes. FOUR` SPECIA1 T $7.50 hats for........$4.89 $8.5() 1ats $...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

IN THE RAILWAY WORLD PREPARES TO BUILD THIUIVIPASS NORTHERN ACIFIC IS EXPECTED TO START WORK ON LOLO LINE AT bNCE. The Northern Pacific hn- made fur ther purchases in the Lolo pass, In each case a 100-foot right of way be ing transferred. The price paid for a right of way through the Thomp son ranch is said to have been ý1,800 and through the Hollensteiner farm $2,000. Other rights have been bought in the lower pass and it was announced yesterday that the Northern Pacific will begin work this week on the construction of a line up the pass. This is more favorable news than was contained in *the Hamilton dis patches of The Missoulian yesterday morning; in these it was stated that the impression in the valley was that the Northern Pacific was buying land in the pass in order to block the ad vent of the Hlarrimicn road over the range. Yesterday's news makes it ap pear that the plans of the Northern Pacific are for immediate construc tion work. The Harriman surveyors were first in the fi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

Were You Ever in Love? E VERYBPDY falls in love who sees the lots in flam mo)1 addit ion. They ap peal to each visitor in some of their phases. If a man is seek ing a site for a home, these lots impress him as the best place lie has ever seen; they win him at once by the beauty of their location and the delight of their surroundings. If he is an in vestor, he recognizes at once that these lots are certain to increase In value and that his money, placed here, will grow while ho. attends to other mat ters. Takp tae first phase of the question-the home loca tion; the man who wants an ideal lilace for his permanent abode finds here. every condi tion that he could (desire. These lots are just far enough from the bd sip eentpr of thp city to insurix itpihet aiid absence of the bustle of the. active thor oughfares;.lhey are delightfully situated in a commnanding loca tion, with the finest view in the world. always spread out before tiem; their surr1-monmunings are j <nal tl utjiE )lu be...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

DailyPuzzle rýU N CH WELL! WELL! A foreign young man named Glotto WVas touring the land ill his auto, And the Country folks sald He weas swelld in the head When he called it tomato "tornaurto." Find (llotto. Answr to Yesterday's Puzzle-iUps ,i1 down, between girl and switch board. Aj One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: Z. Y. X.-One A. C.-One Z.-One 1. X. L.-One M. C. K.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC M FJRNISHED COT tage. Particulptrs at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-SMAALL THREE-ROOM furnished bungalow; fenced; fruit trees; south side. Address I. N., Missoulian. FOR SALE-NICE LITTLE HOME; 50 foot lot; 5 blocks from bridge on South Sixth street; $1,200 if sold at once. Phone 444 13lack. FOR SALE-THREE LOTS, IN South Missoula addition; fenced and planted to garden and trees; water on lots. See owner, at 701 South Filth west. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. ARE YOU 100KINO FOR A (100...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 May 1909

BUSY CORNER. Missoula's Best Grocery We have all kinds of feed always on hand. Special for this week: 1 car good wheat. 1 car good oats. 1 car chopped feed. 1 car bran and shorts. 1 car whole and cracked corn. 2 cars timothy hay. Considering the market our prices are low on these groods. Special Oranges, per dozen .» ....................10 ASK FOR REILLY'S, PHONE 98. THE SUSY CORNED. Our stock of Souvenir Postail Cards represents the latest and choicest productions. Besldes all the novelties that are desirable we awe showing many other lines that prove populur wherever displayed. Tndoubtedly your distant friends will be more ifterested in lowlti views than anything else. We have a splendid variety of them. Come in and look these goods over. We are always pleased to show them. i1ssou1a Drug Co. W IiALEAAND RITAIL. Higgins Avenue and Front Street. Save money on your Wall raper and Paint by getting our prices. SIMONS 312 Higgins Ave. We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

iTHE WEATHER THE DAILY MISSOUIAN IRS UIA TodaL1-Falr. * CE i V ET Tomorrow--Fair. .i, olan' . Cisa s. .4: VOL. XXXVI. NO. 21. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESD)AY MOi NINN', iMAY 26, 1909. PRIGE IVf CENT ORDERS WRIT OF MANDATE ISSUED COURT DECIDES THAT STATE AUDITOR MUST PAY STENOG RAPHER MORE MONEY. SCHNEIDER WIINS ACTION stenographer in the Employ of the Supreme Court Is Sustained by T1ib unal in His Contention That He Is Entitled to $200 Per Month as Pro vided by the Legislature. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, May 25.-The supreme court this afternoon ordered issued the writ of mandamus as prayed for by A. C. Schneider and directed to State Audi tor H. R. Cunningham, to compel him to pay to the relator a warrant for $200 in compensation for services per formed during March as stenographer to the supreme court instead of thte warrant for $150, at which the state b.oard of examiners assumed to fix the relator's salary. I . Briefly the facts are these: No for mal act was ever pass...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

For making quickly and perfectly, delicious hot biscuits, hot breads, cake and pastry | there is no substitute for CREAM BAKING PoWDER The active principle of which is derived from grapes, pure cream of tartar, the most wholesome of all fruit acids No alum--Ne lime pheasphates Those caring for health must avoid alum powders. Alum is a sharp, poisonous, mineral ackl Study the label Bay only where ream as tartar 1a cnamed. WASHINGTO NU NEWS THE MISSOULIAN'S SPECIAL SER VI} . Washington, D. C., May 24.--The fol owing fourth-class postmasters of the money order class have been au pointed for Montana: Violet Hughes, at Dorsey; HIar'ey F. Y`oung Gateway. . The following have been appointed to fourth class but no money order orrices: Herbert F. Jessup, at Jessup; George L. Onstad at Coalridge; L. D. Helm, at Comanche and Eugene C. Woodward at Cavern. By order of the postmaster general the following postal service has been ordered established in Montana:' From Broadview and Billings to Coma...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

South. Higgins Avenue Two c'hoice 30x120 lots facing on South Hliggins, are.. directly aerots ..the street .front the Hammond addition, where . lots are! selling for $500 each. An) offering these two lots for $150 for both, ,nd they are dirt cheaip. -0 J•s. M. oades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue... Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. ATTEMPTiO SEIIJE AlN UNERSTANOING Spokane; M1ay 25---For two days J. (7. Woodworth, traffic manager of the Northern Pacific railroad, and W. P. Kenney, assistant, traffic: manager of the Great Northern railroad, have been holding secret conferences with Spokane shippers in an effort.toa econ, rile them to the, new transce.tinental freight schedule,.proposed by the, rail roads and' rejected by this city's joh bers.as affording them no 'relief. It is stated by shippers today that the mission of the railway, men has failed and no agreement will be reached. In spite of this it is predicted the rall ways will announce the n®ew rates' as' proposed...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

r1 &s4l PUBRUSHING CO. Sant~i n. ..e Street, Mis soinus Montana. Cstesed at the postfofice at Missoula, ]U Ltana, as fOadonclass mail matter. S" # g"Ui.J.CRIPTION RATES (in Advance) Daly, l it monith .........................$0.75 . Dailyv 1t9h months ...................... 2.25 a y, a. . . onths .................................. 4.00 Weekly. ohe year................ 1.50 Post a de4 for foreign countries. r LEOHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks Should be made payable to The Missohlian Publishing Company. .,.:· '. --"',, ----. ;":: S" WEDiNI8DAY, MAY 2.6, 1909. ON THE WAY. This morning's news contains an ;item which Is of special interest right now. The first of the steel for the new bridge is.on the way to Missoula from th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

~"~WOUIJl "SLIM" HiALL HOLDS BUTTE SAFE WEAK HITTING AND STUPID PLAYING RESPONSIBLE FOR MINERS'-DEFEAT. Butte, May 25.-=Butte was outclassed in the opening game this afternoon and Salt Lake won the victory. Score 2 to 1. The game was slow. Salt Lake was" there with the stick all of the time and batted at critical times when bases were needed. Stupid play ing on the part of Butte lost What lire tie chance the Miners had, for it was possible to do something in the middle of the fifth inning, when two men were on bases and it leoked as if Butte was to be an easy winner. Kirby Hoon tried to be foxy and virtually threw the game away by his poor attempt at base running, being caught away from second when he had no business try ing ty negotiate the distance when he had the gamne virtually won. Gordon, for Butte, lasted.only three Innings 'intil he was knocked out of the box. ,:l)ell, who relieved him, held the Mordlons down until the ninth in nlng, wl ep the home aggregation grot the neces...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 May 1909

TE TIN CO. ik ash Goods Rere Today Greatly Reduced in Price Sun1lll+1Plr wash fallie' gr'Vw ill )eanty vti-, diminish. grietly in price. st I s 1the 1( sl n (er' nselso) has hI ('llllet \. -lmifl]a ,e every ylard of.li was goods on it de bhll gain 1 e iff ter at jlPLt oide-third ( off the There is uo doubt that this is (ihe most hlý`` t º interesting b inh event a:t this tiie of the ytiear. Figured lawn5 and batiet, in all latest cloring.s, dark and light eftfect:s in neat ti ,-igns, plain colored linen-finished sunitings, all tip suffer this price reduction. t0c Yard 13 12- Yard 13 1-2c Yard Linen finished suiting in 45 pieces figured lawn anld ]T do(lnie figured hal ise(, sonlidl cfolor.s, while, hl.i, batiste, light effects, ni1; 30:inches wide, light and green and tan; this is the fiure; edark. colohrings in figured n(ost, fashional h l'ab hic for figurey; some :'itl or' ; and striped patterns; regu- sunmner .wah suits aald regular 15c wash fabric for, ,]ar1 20c wash ;fabhric fo...

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