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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

y t THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 u I Mines and Mining Stocksj SAYS UTAH COPPER SHOULD BRING 90 That Would Be Valuation for Merger Upon Basis of Earnings Boston Nov 27Utnb Copper ap pcars to be a pivotal point In the pro posed copper consolidation That com pany fa 1 today earnL1g at the rate at U50 a Bhare or about 50 centsa share per annum more than Amalgamated and It Is apparent that certain tences are beIng strengthened with a view ot a possIble showdown later on A number of the directors ot this com pany who are active In the management arrived In New York last nIght tram a western trip ot Inspection to the prop crty and conterences were held today It Is known that they hold exceeding ly high oplnlon as to value ot Utah Copp r and It Is considered very neces sary that this ompany with a 60000000 pound output produced at a cost ot 8 cents a pound should be a unit In the comblnatlon for It might carry with It both Boston Consolidated and OhIo C opper ...

Publication Title: Salt Lake Herald-Republican, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 I I Financial and Commercial 1 ANXIETY OVER THE PROPOSED MERGER Break in Copper Stocks and Selling Supposed to Be From the Inside MARKEt SOMEWHAT WEAK ANTITRUST LAW FREEZES MAR ROW OF SPECULATORS New York Nov 2The stock market Bufftre today from a recurrence of anxi ety over the antitrust law and also from the satisfaction of a considerable part of the demand from the outstanding short intrst built up In the weeks break In prces The dlvorco of the St Louis San Francisco from the Rock Island sys tm was accepted as a settled tact and this courS was attributed to tears ot proseuton under the antitrust IIW In spite of assertions to the contrary de signed to counteract this influence Thp rnwed break In the copper stocks causd another of the sudden changes ot orllon over the chances for the pro psUj topper mrger which have kept the strJk market un8etttd all week The Fd ng was sufficiently concentratnd and ur sin to give the Imp...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

L I 6 f THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 q LABORERS DESIRE GREATER FREEDOM Delegation of Porto Ricans at the White House to Confer With Taft W1shlngton Nov TWlth more than sIx hundred thousand agricultural and Industrial workers Inclulling men women I and children In Porto Rico described as i being In an cconomlcal ana socially de plorable < < QlldlUDn representatives of 01 gonlz labor In U1at Island today ap pealed to Prt3BJdent Taft for the ameliora tion of tho condition of the laboring peo ple there Headed by Santiago Iglesias a delegate tram the free federation of workingmen of Porto Rico a committee representing that orgnizhUQn called upon President raft at the White Hoqse and laid before 111m a voluminous petition setting forth the alleged conditions A somewhat mllar representation was made to President Roosevelt about two rears ago when It Is set forth Mr Roose velt promised to do what he could to cause a chalge for the better The petitioners ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

± 1 L1 rHE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 7 2175 for 3500 and 3000 Tailored sample suits no two alike nt the Sample Cloak Suit Store 38 South Ma1i St Oppthe Z C 111 I I 2175 for 3500 and 3000 Tailored sample suits no two alike at the Sampla Cloak Suit Store 38 South Main St Opp the Z C M I PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOrICES Consult county clerk or the respective Elgntrs for further Information IN THE MATTER OF THE GUAR dianship of the persons and estates of Mabel Bennett et al Dn the 9th day of December 1900 at 9 ocloclt a m at room iI Newhouse building Salt Lake City rtah the undersigned will sell at pri vate sale the following described real i estate situate In Salt Lake ounty state of Ltdh Commencing 6 rods south from the northwest corner of lot 5 block 22 plat B Salt Lake CIty survey running thence south 2y rods thence east 10 rods thence north 2 rods thence west 1J rods to the place of beginning Written bids will be received at the of flcEJ of Edwards Ash...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

8 + THE HERALDREPUBLICAN LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 FOR SALEREAL ESTATE v JOHN R SMITH REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS 303 JUDGE BLDG VIEW CITY ADDITION ThL best property otterfd Lots 3Oxl00 ft LO an alley ctty water and fine shade 8ugar House car every fifteen mlnute 0Catf1l on 13th East and 12th South wa ter rights go with each lot where the new city Is being buIlt Price 300 per lot easy terms ACREAGE 4500 for 5 acres of fine land all fenced good 4room house barn chickexI 1 coops orchard on lith East near I 12th South only 4 blocks from Sugar House car lIne Easy terms 17o per acre for lR acres on corner of 12th South and 1st East 7room house large barn choice fruit good w ter rights Easy terms JOHN R SMITh REAl ESTATE INVESTMENTS D i JUDGE BLDG Phon Ind 71 Bell 227 FuR SLC xAL lIARCMINS 2800 Buys a Iiroom modern white brick house eel on Windsor avenue a nice mantel largE I lot If you are Intendlnc to buy you I wIll save money by communicating with t us at once South on Vest Temple ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

i r II THE HERALD REFIJBuiAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 9 I i i READ FOR PROFIT d b i USE FOR RESULTS FOR RElITFURNISHED FOR RENTNicely turnlshed front room with ue of bath and piano with private family close in hone 137NX Bell FOR RENTFront parlo bedroom and bath Nicely furnished New modern home Phone Bell 12371IoX FOR RENTA new furnished room tor lor gentlemen Phone UOOY 651 Ham ilton place FOR RENTNice housekeeping room U > So 2d W FOR RENTNice furnished front room for one or two e light bath telephone 132 B street FOR RENTNice furnished room tor rent Inquire No2 Amos terrace E 3d So between 3d and 4th E FOR RENTTwo or three beautifully furmshed sleeping rooms opposite Alta club III E So Temple FOR UENT1 large furnished room for Jlght houekeeplng pantry closet electric light 523 South Znd East FOR RENT3 furnished rooms for housekeeping or 3 unfurnished and al cove No 3 Amos Terrace 323 East 3rd South FOR RENTLarc furnhed front rovm P per week Apply lit South 1st L ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

1 j 10 i THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 Civic Reformer Will Give Address at the 1 M C A 4 4 ft1 w + 3 C + 1 W A ADAM DIXON WARNER I Adam Dbon Warter of IhII Angeles 14 to Ipeak to men this afternoon at I 480 In the Y M C A Mr Warner ar rived 1n town late Friday afternoon enroute to Denver and baying never stopped oU 1n the city before he de I c1t1ed to visit tor a week or 80 before going on to deliver a series ot lec I tures which arc to open next weak Mr Warner has practiced law for twenty yoar1 and for the last ten years has i been prominent In Los Angeles civic lmprovemont particularly In the re I cent recall fight He Is known along the Pacific ooast as Silver JJick be cause at a book published by him on the money Question In 1896 entitled I The People Versus the Gold Bug Ii When seen at the Cullen hotel yes terdly he declared that he was not traveling under any particular organi zation but was giving his service to the general federation of philanthr...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

xIFias Zo14LFc SOCIETY HrRJJJD MUSIC SECTION THREE SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 281909 PAGES 1 TO I ANNUAL CHARITY BALL IS THE MOST ABSORBING SOCIETY EVENT OF THE WEEK IN SALT LAKE I > it < t > v fU r = v > > > 0 j4 j < J v It 1J < v > r > 4 Hf tt g f w1 1 c tSa < > jo X ° J f i 4 4 x 1 0 > s r fp v JM < t < r > 1 I t v < r rX t < a > S + 4 c IVJ z t a1 4 l t j < 1 f tf r z w I 9 y < L L j < 4 4 t + l 1 r < + C < < i k f J x vy pA = y l h < c r If t t h I h r + r II > v A > > y v < i J 11 vJ t 4 i O l i4 > s MRS WILLIAM C JENNINGS MRS WARREN BENJAhTIN MRS WINDSOR V RICE President of St Marks Hospital association under whose auspices the an Chairman of the ticket committee for the charity ball to be given by St Vice president of St Marks Hospital association nual charity ball will be given Friday evening of this week Marks Hospital association r 1 nry y i P r r hJ 4 ti HE charity ball has a...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 A L SOCIETY I Continued from page 1 Adams and Miss Anna Park Prizes were gIven at the four tables as fol I lows Mrs George E Atrls Mrs C E Traver Mrs Robert Kramers and Miss SJodahl s c r Mrs Addison Cain was the hostess Saturday afternoon at a luncheon 101 lowed by a kensington glen In honor of Mrs John Kempf Jr who leaves Wednesday December 1 to make her I orne In liew York The following guests enjoyed the afternoon Mrs A H Boxrud Mr R C Dustan Mrs 8 B Tuttle Mrs Archibald Campbell Mrs James Eager Mrs H 1 KlIngen ocr Mrs George C Kidder Mrs W W Lacon Mrs S O S Nelden Mrs Smith Mrs M B White and Mrs J S Gard > < 111 and Irs E M Weller entertained with a delightful family dinner party on Thursday evening at their homE In mast Seventh South street A tall vase of red carnaUon graced the center of te dinIng table and covers were laid for twenty guests Mr and Mrs Elbrldge L Thomas en tertained the members of the Friday ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 3 L h Watch Our Windows During the Holidays I They are the mirrors that reflect the gift ideas from Salt Lakes greatest gift store Every department will display its hundreds of Christmas favors in endless variety and resplendent beauty From the wonderland of toys and charming variety of Christmas novelties to the more staple necessities for home and dress our holiday exhibits will be the center of the great Christmas shopping throngs Visit every department and view all the windows I Walkers Christmas Shopping Guide Shop Where Shopping Is Made Easiest Walkers l Salt Lakes Greatest Holiday Gift Store l To the Xmas shopper this maxim Give something which by its constant usefulness reflects your foresight in its selection Gift things for everyone young and old are featured at Walkers in assortments unparalfeled in the history of the store Christmas favors in tremendous variety selection and price range that make holiday shoppin...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 j r r FAhi3US DAUGHTER OF F MOUS MAN AMERICAN PRIMA DONNA WINS FAME Daughter of Secretary of Agri I culture Will Sing at Shubert I Theatre Tomorrow HAD EUROPEAN TRIUMPH CONTINENTAL SUCCESS MEANS OF PRESENT ENGAGEMENT In the Immediate theatrical horizon looms Miss Flora Wilson daughter of the secretary of agriculture who Is the Shubert attraction at the theatre of that name tomorrow night Miss Wilson Is Just six months home from years at lcalstudy In Europe and Is now on her first American tour AmerIcan appreciation at her talents has been sPontaneous and she goes to the Metropolitan opera house In New York after tits Christmas holidays as a new musical star of the first magni tude or graceful charming appearance and personalIty and with real musical talent Miss VUsrrn has been received with enthusiasm all over the country Local society Is making much ado over her visit and the little old Lyric thea tre now the Shubert Muse ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

7H THE HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 5 I MINISTER RETURN WITH BRIDE I r fi fws a 6 y yx 5 1 3 1 4f s tda + s f x 1 s i y R txn s a t f u y f UC i N 9 I E e t S > t ii a The Rev DrElmer I Goshen and Mrs Goshen A genuine surprise of the Thanksgiving season was the announcement of the mar riage or u1e Rev Dr Elmer I Goshen to Miss Jene Melvin which took place In Livingston Mont Thanksgiving morn Ing The ceremony WS performed at 10 oclock by the Rev Dr Brown of the First Congregational church or Livings ton The charming and accomplished bride Is the only child of Mr and Mrs A N I Melvin of Sedan Mont who own one of the big Montana ranches Shl Is also th niece of Dr lelln of the bureau of ani mal Industry of Washington D C who I with Mrs Melvin were at one time prom inent members of society In Salt Lake where Mrs Goshen visited them In their home some years ago where she first met Dr Goshen Mrs Goshen received her education at Dearborn seminar Chicago and wi...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

i 6 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 Li Stat SQC1eW I MT PLEASANT eSpecial to The HeraldRepublican Mt Pleasant Nov 21Mr and Mrs 1v D Candland and Mr and Mrs John 11 Seely left Thursday for Chicago whEre they will spend two weeks The local Masonic lodge gave a very interesting social affair last Saturday evening Mr and Mrs R W Allred ot Spring city spent ThanksgivIng In Eureka Mr and Mrs Frank Crawford and Mr and Mrs C L Crawford ot Spring City 1 ft Monday for Garland to vIsit rela tl05 Ms Morgan Johnson and daughter Bc Iva loft Monday for Idaho They pont Thanksgiving there Bent R Hansen went to Salt Lak Sun dol to remain three weeks w D Candland spent the first ot the week In Salt Lake He was also an Eph rlIm visitor this week The following Thanksgiving program vv 5 given by the public schools Wednes day afternoon In the North ward meet rb house Sung Grammar grades Invocation James W Anderson Reading of Governors Pro lamation Emma tW Watson Recitation Begi...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 I Stat Sod ty I I PAYSON Special to The HeraldRepublican Payson Nov 27Mr and Mrs John Dixon went to Oasis Wednesday even Ing to spend Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Leslie Hickman Mr and Mrs Jesse Earl were Span Ish Fork visitors last Sunday Miss Rhea Simons came down from Salt Lake Thursday morning to spend Thanksgiving Lulu Harper came up from Neph1 Wednesday and remained until Friday evening a Mr and Mrs Eph Cluff spent Thanks giving with Mrs Cluffs parents Mr and Mrs Jack Dixon Ruth Liddle has been vlsitipg in Salt Lake for several days Mr and Irs James A Daniels have issud invitation < J for a reception to be given Monday evening in honor of their tentyfifth wedding anniversary Mr and Mrs Eugene Huish and Mr and Mrs Walter Southworth came down frcm Lehl to spend Thanksgiving WIth Mr and Mrs Samuel Worsen croft Phil Snell came down from Salt Lake to spend a few days with friends in Spanish Fork and Parson William Finla...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I 4t 8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 i I I I IStale Society I PARK CITY SpecIal to The HeraldRepublican Park City Nov 87The regular meeting or the Vomans Athenaeum uas held last Monday afternoon at the home of 1ns JulIUs lrankelln NOrfOlK avenue The sUbject of American literature was led by Mrs L B Wight Irs Wight also read an able paper Qi James F Cooper which was written by Irs C 11 Wilson Mrs 0 C Lockhart entertained a few friends at her home last Friday evening Five hundred was played Miss AgnE Harrington winning first prize and Mrs Lucy Garvin second The guests W f Irs Frank cEwen Mrs 1J J Beggs Mrs Fred Smith Mrs Sherman Fargo Mrs F W Sherman Mrs Sam Whitely o Mrs iV J Buck Mrs John OHara Mrs tJ C Allen Mrs John Welsh alit PatrIck Towey Mrs Lucy Garvin Miss I Agnes Harrington and MIss May Bailey I Dainty refreshments were served A pretty affair of the week sas thr surprise party given to George Ann + I I by his friends at the Ontario mine Mon day ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 9 I Leysons A young lady called one day this week to ask at what price we could sell a fob like one she had purchased at wholesale through a falsifying catalogue We showed her a beautiful stock and she acknowledged that our oneprice plain figure 12 fobs were equal to the one she had bought for 12 Our price included a monogram worth 1 and no express charges both of which she had to pay extra and besides her fob was in a nameless common flabby white paper box while the purchase from us would have been in a fine Leyson box which in itself adds value and satisfaction to a Christmas gift The same old story The goat fancied the grass was better just over the fence and 4 i put his head through the pickets to prove it and choked to death for his pains The local merchant does not ask you to pay more but does ask that as he helps to educate your children and pave your streets and beautify your city that you pay him the compliment o...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

dJ THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 l Stat Society II I LEHI Special to The HoraldRepubUcln Lehl Nov 27Thanltsglvingo day was the occasion for many family reunions especlllll In those homes where meru I bers were away attending different untversiUeg Those who are in Lehi from the state university spending Thanksgiving vacation with parents and friend are Miss Emma Goates lsS Miriam ThurTCllIn Abel J Phil lips Earl Holmstend Guy Evans Rob ert Sharp Norman A Holm9tead and Ardlte Gardner Those home from the lrlgham Young university are Silas rrrry Viola Gardner Reva Davis EIta Davis Hazel Evans Zelda Kirk t3m Jobn Bushman Merlin Southwick and Leslie Droadbent A special Thanksgiving day attrac tion In Lehl was a novel entertainment men in the new tabernacle by three New Zealanders Yherahiko Rawei 1 IS wife fine Talmoa and his beauti ful daughter Rae The trio presented lit song story and picture a most unique and fascinating portrayal of r Jue life in the South...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

I = S THFi T px rcjE E I MAGAZINE IR + fjJJATfl JJ WOMEN J 9 SECTION FOUR o SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 I PAGES 1 TO 8 1 t r 1 4 1 t I M kl Nx > r5 r 5 f s I X rF a f wu ° RA y 3 T > > rraA i3x rftsi + c yv yRr t Y rte + Aka fiik hi ra3 r t 7sx w ° t > > ART t i x t e + tx p g ± d t r h J sl f 4f i k 1i 4 rEcJ A t r 7 ftr < n x y r Y a i t < J r7 r 7 b > ne 1 xr N + ° c r I + < I e 3vi s r t t yrw Fy 4 J + f1 lk fie ° B ft t n tAbY > r k x e a t r A + w i y r r Fi 1 t r aQ T S 1 e c so > I + fw i r t xs ti e i a MY 7t M3y Poy tx w + > n P + n Alt w X tat y + r > < N + T 4 is t ti > i M rr 1 w TIT t C F Bp tkY kh J Srq a w c a i e + a rrr ij r f G = j J 3 i µ + A > + 7S + x 1 h 41 ry4 r Xt t p f a v fiy 1 4r S > r + r r p e c I c r h 4r r r ix 3 7 r F r EY c 4 LLAGIL BE T c t y nj > t3 keY < Tr re apt I y ° i ie i mr y Lh t isxa a s f + Cr r ar f E tf T f t r + i rRs L I 1 fir + > f r f T f + e Sls a 1 nAtSs Rse y...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

i 1 I t o a THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOVEMBER 28 1909 I A tu bhTIr OR J T ALICECtAUDEASKEW COpYRtGHTt909 13YTH NORTHA11ERICAN Co A Compact of Painters That Promises Far From Well YNOPSIS Patience Amherst who SYNOPSIS great natural talent as a painter is invited by Sir Hilary atlow a distinguished portrait painter to pay him a visit ill London lerrfon Ramsey a rising young barrister who loves and is loved by Patience tries to dissuade her from lludertakillg art as a career but is II11S1lC cesstll CONTINU FROM LAST SUNDAY t CHAPTER III Continued t E WAS stl1udfng directly I 1 In front of Patlence hie r l black glowing eyes fixed 11 HE on her face I 1 She glanced up Yes i she said I know what you mean Sir Unary you see the worst side of peo ple and put It Into your i picture I You have courage x Ho smiled and when he smiled the corners of hli t mouth went up In an ddd Irlolll way Few peo ple would have dared tb 1 lay to me what you have i just ald he continued an...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Salt Lake herald-Republican. — 28 November 1909

THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 3 F 0 WOMAN 7J i 0MB PAGB cZ37 i LF L5 RrYE72 Faitor J EARllY WINTER flINTS I NOVEliTIES in FURS F RoM PARIS HIS is to be without question THIS of the greatest fur seasons of recent years Our Paris correspondent writes that the gay capital is simply going mad on furs and that everyone who is anyone wears them constantly One can readily un derstand the fascination of these gar ments for in addition to their warmth there is the subtle something which one can explain only in the mere fact that nestling about ones neck is the pelt of a dangerous beast for which lives have been risked To us women lvitli our primitive halfconscious instinct the tamest fur muff has all the value of a trophy I am showing herewith some of the recent French models They are enough 1 to delight the soul of the most fas tidious of women Ermine Evening Cape Lace Trimmed There is something majestic about ermine fur being the fur of royalty ai it is The op...

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