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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1919

wr -t ' - tmF'' Mteaansmmm mmmmmmmmmm -J c'j x : . : : t; B i m V THE OPTIMIST Oh there Is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. All the Past and time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der pfalswhenevei Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume Vll ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DEC. II 1919 Number 4 RATIFICATION OF THEPEAGE TREATY The following telegram la being Bent to tho various colleges and uni- versities ot tho country In an effort to get vlows ot tho educators and stu- dents on tho ratification of tho pcaco treaty. Of courso this question Is still of paramount Interest and should bo seriously considered by all. It tho colleges and universities can bo of any service In assisting tho nation In reaching a decision on this question it is certainly their duty to do so. We submit tho tolcgram in full and trust that you will familiarize your- selves with Its contonts that you may be ready for action on tho proposi- tions contalnod therein at any tl...

Publication Title: Optimist, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1919

KuKaQEHef .v.s ww trm 7 w ; . J5he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by tlio Studonta of Abllcno Christian Collego. Offlco Administration Building Room C. aubscrlptlon Por Year ?1.G0 Addross all correspondence and mako all Monoy Orders pnyablo to TI12 OP- TIMIST at Abllono Texan. J. Vincent Sikes Editor-in-Chief Gladys Arlcdgo Asst. Editor Thornton Arledgo... Business Manager Horace Wood.' Asst. Dus. Manager Ilorbert Slices ...Joko Editor ADYisoiaur editoiis Athletics Paul Witt. Itellglous Roy Lanier. Personals Annlo Patrick. Fine Arts Tllllo Houston. Clubs Erlono Overby. Exchanges Howard Noles. Chaps of Chapel Louise Loving. General Margaret Sanford. Special Connie Mae Travis EDITORIAL Wo aro drawing near the close of the first term of our work us a Benlor col lego and since tho announcement ot Dean Speck Wednesday morning all the students aro looking forward to Moday morning of noxt week with pleasuro (?) It Is then that wo aro to begin our term exams. Tho Doan says that it is a mark of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1919

MHW1W.mWtrr K mmmmmmmsjzmaa SSSIK) tfl i en k . - f H:- ' Sfft rljh PERSONALS Miss Loulso Brown lias boon sick. Brothor Hoffman preached at Plum Crcok last Sunday. Mabel Howo Is vlajtlng her parents at Roscoo Texas Brothor Carpenter preached at Dot- lian Sunday Rooda Mao Harbor opont the weok- cud at homo. Brother and Sister Kllngman visit d Zbllnor Hall Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Speck have moved into their now homo. Brother Boll preached nt Clydo Sun day. Visit Renfro-Blckford Drug Co. soda fountain and you will find It tho prop cr place. A May Gorden Xmas sot from Ron-fro-Blckford Drug Co. would bo tho proper thing. Muriel McClasky has gono to Cleve- land Oklahoma to spend tho Xmas holidays. Lucille Roberta has returned from a visit to bor homo in Stephenvlllo Toxas. Oglo and Sowell Jones have moved Into tho yellow cottago oast of tho "mule barn." Becauso of tho alcknoss of nor father Sarah Emory has boon callod to her homo in Rangor Texas. Ruth Jonos and Tholma Evnns ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 11 December 1919

EBMcmwa SB ailUglbJLMULAMMiM Cooperation For A Flying- Is Sought LONDON Nov. 24. Major General Sir P. II. Sykea British Comptroller Qonernl ot Civil Aviation hopes to arratiKo for corriplotn co-onoratlon be- tweon Great Britain and tlio United States In ill matters rotating to ly- ing. Th's Is tho purpose of his Journey tf. Aremlca on Nvhlch ho ox- pocts soon to leave. Tho American Ambassador John W. Davis told Gonornl Sykes at a farowoll luncheon to tho British Con. troller that ho thought Amcr'can co- operation might bo tnkon as assured Gonoral dykos Bald that tho Inter national Air Convontlon based In tho main on regulatons for nlr navlga. tlon In Great Britain now had ro- celvod tho assont of all tho powors allied and associated in tho war ex cept tho United States and Japan. 'The national tondoncy In aircraft dovolopmont In Britain" said General Sykes "is to allow Individual en- terprise to work- out Us own salva tlon In. tho main and no schemo ol government subsidies such as t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 December 1919

THE OPTIMIST Oh there is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der pi aiswhentva Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY DEC. 18 1919 Number 5 TO BE HELD The great question of Christian edit- cation is slowly but surely coming Into its own. It Is a deplorable fact with Goldsmith's play "She Stoops that more Importance has not been at- to Conquer." The play Is lively and tached to It by the members of the ' entertaining as Is shown by the fol- Church of Christ In the past. How-'lowing brief synopsis: ever through the constant and pray-1 Mr. Hardcastle a pompous English erful efforts of a few of those most nobleman Is trying to "marry off" deeply Interesed there has been his daughter Kate and looks forward aroused an Interest In this great field with pleasure to the coming of Young that is steadily growing and that Ib Marlow (the son of a friend Sir surely go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 December 1919

.. H6e OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Studonts of Abilene Christian College Office Administration Building Room 6. Bubscriptlon Per Year $1.50 Address .ill correspondence and mak0';"ohod' ofar a .rodlant Uh . ell Money Ordors payable to THIS OP- TIMIST at Abilene Texan. J. Vincent Slkos Editor-in-Chief U lady 3 Arledgo Asst. Editor Thornton Arledgo... Business Managor Horace Wood Asst. Bus. Manager Herbert Slices Joke Editor REPORTER3 Margaret Sanford Harry Wright Inez Norton Elizabeth Baxter Mrs H Coons Alta Mae Baker. K EDITOIUAL All tho students are anxious to get homo Just as soon as possible so as to have a long vacation and can scarcely wait until their last exam- ination is over with and they can leae "Christmas" and "going homo" is all they can think about so the teachers should not bo surprised if their pa- pers do not show up very well or thera is some foreign matter In them. Somn."0 thrlco thrice happy l'c who shuna tory ever published an unequaled nar- ot tho boys and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 December 1919

PERSONALS Mrs.Myatt from' Nugent visited hor daughter Annie Vie December the 9th. Miss Wllllo Prltchett a teacher In the Tuscola high school is attending the Institute and maltli g her homo with friends In Zollner ball Tho mulo barn has qultcd down some Exams nro hero. Ask Bess Glyn why she camo homo and changed her middy blouse tho night of tho debate spending1 ttio I Miss Ada Slkoa Is week-end In Abilene. Lois Gorman who Is teaching at View Is hero this week for tho In- atltutc. i We nro very glad to report that Tom Wilkinson Is much better and Is able to bo up again. Jewell Dlackman Doris Uamner Iloyso and Gertrude Dowdy from Trent were In Ablleno Sunday Ger- trude remaining here for tho insti- tute. Mrs. Fowler from Hamlin Is visiting her sister Leone Meadows. i '! Mr McCasland preached at East- land Sunday. Bessie Leo Mansfield Is hero for the institute and is visiting her sister Oma Mae. Alva Leo Stanford spent tho week- end with old friends In A. C. C. J3.139.70 has been rais...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 18 December 1919

-2 iiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiinniiitiiiiiiiiiHiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniitiiiitiiliiiu JUST FOR FUN y WILL U. READEM CARL W. HALTOM'S g Holiday Specials in Hats ALL LADIES AND MISSES HATS ONE-HALF PRICE This is your best Hnt opportunity for 1919. You may hayo absolute choice of our entire stock of Ladies' Misses and Chil- dren's Hats at just half regular price. This means you chooso from hundreds of handsome stylish patterns from the best- known milliners such as Gage Brothers Vogue Elzce and others at a price saving to you of Fifty Per Cent. We are go- ing to make a complete clear away of all hats and make this drastic price cut to insure a quick and final clearance. Como in and chooso your Hat at just HALF REGULAR PRICE JU8T FOR FUN. Dy Will U. Readem. "Is Mabel Interested In forestry?" "Yes to the extent that sho always tries to look Spruco especially when Wood Is coming." A. 0. 0. STUDENTS' FAVORITE JEWELRY STORE THE PLACE TO SELECT YOUR XMAS PRESENTS. Stronger. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1920

llfiHT-iTT'i I ml . WW W' .iT." . .t &. f.'.y i"" ." . s . : "''t.j A";fi- .. Oh there is 'need that on men's hearts should. fall a Spirit that can sympathize with all. l A W and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der fit alswhcnevei Thought hath wedded Fact. 1V1JL5 1 Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JAN. 8 1920 Numb er THE OPTI 1 H (i m GEORGE. AYDELOTT TO GIVEF Those who are enjoying the benefits and the entertainment of the splendid lyceum course offered here this .beason will be glad to know that the time for the third number Is. near. This is to be the only .lecture on (ho course and is to bo given by one of America's great young men Mr. George Aydelott of the 'Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology. Mr. Aydelott received his .educational training in two large American unlVersi-. tics but his vast knowledge of life has come through his intimate relationship with men and their' problems. From early boyhood he made his own way and "made good." As someone ex...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1920

TO KEEP US CHEERY Rhymos by U. n. CliESSINQ I Let ottheri lavish gold and fame T5he OPTIMIST Published Wcokly by the Studonts of Abllono Christian Collogo. Office Administration Building Room 6. Subscription Per Year $1.5u Addross all correspondence and make And seek places of great renown; oil Monojr Ordors payable to TUB OP- HI bo content nor o'er complain TIMIST at Abllono Texas. Decrees of fato unkind1 when crown ' And wreath of glory ure denied. J. Vincent Bikes Edltor-In-Chlof Let others banquet danco and drink Gladys Arlodgo Asst. Editor And revel far Into the night; Thorntdn Ariedgo... Business" Manager I'll cat my simple fare and think Horace Wood Asst. Bus. Manager My lot a happy one nor slight Ilerbort Slices. ...Jole Editor Hie common joys that fools deride. I . . But let me have a cheerful heart SUPERVISORY EDITORS. Fine Arls Elizabeth Baxter Clubs Besslo Glyn Hays Personals ............ Earl Brown Chapel Extracts Kate Reagan Religious. Earl C. Smith The Holidays Bettye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1920

V '.rv- -TWjjpjjy "P""SKHBMisjBSjq'I ' - !L-B 77E "F?Sr PERSON" IN COLLEGE. My mind goes Lack to home you know Hack where the roosters like to crow; Away from all of this turmoil 1 want to go and till the soil. Sometimes alone I sit in awe And wpnder what's become of paj I write a note and only hint That hit dear son has not a cent. "Dear college days" you hear them say; It seems to me the other way. I'm out of sorts; you see that's true But put It right I'm feeling "blue." Three times each day I'm made a fool Though it be warm though it be cool; I am constrained to bow my head And make a meal on cold hard bread. It's karo beans both red and white And twice each week an awful sight To see some boy raise from his seat In vain attempt to cut his meat. Jt pays to be on the alert for once each week we have dessert; To get it then it takes the pluck. For often times you're out of luck. The girls to me seem good and true Except of course a very few. 1 smile at them at me they laugh Then I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 8 January 1920

nSKFEltM iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiliililiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiitiiL jjiiiiiiiuuiiiiitiiiuuiiiiMiiMuiiimiiaiiiiniiujiiiiiiitimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiut WILL U. REAbfcM 7 ; 5 """Wim i'ft WML. The New 1920 nMMaNMHMnMMaMMHaHHmMHMHnnMINBMMMMMa Superb Custom Made Pumps AND OXFORDS MAKE THEIR INITIAL APPEARANCE HERE TOMORROW: ALL . ' . T AB" PATTERNS AND11 EELS IN- CLUDING THE NEW BABY FRANCE. -s come a ivz? se 77js newvstylesI"; '- F .Jr.. I Ji'Mv T "& C iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinif niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiliiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiim "If Lee Coffman is reminded of the time when ho found Roy C&oni ity the study hall trying to bisect a point. "Were you annoyed became I sharpen er a pencil with your razor?" asked the wife.' '. . '. . ; ."Twice.' replied Mr. Neve "after I had given up trying' to eliavo I ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1920

wmmt" JS5W I -nw4 k - dUv & .. (V . K ff& ';a4i(j( t t 4 I i m wmvtikhi'" ' ''u ' J't IK1am -- t " ' THE OPTIMIST 0 there is need that on wen's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der fir alswhcnevet Thought hath wedded Fact. Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JAN. 15 1920 Number 7 X Students FACULTY VOTE QN . RATIFICATION OF THEATY On Tuesday January the thirteenth in accordance: with the plans of the promul- gators of the Intercollegiate Treaty .Itcf crendum Abileno ChrWtianiCblcgc '.facijl ty and student body voted upon the" qucs tlon of the ratification of the peace treaty. This vote was under the direction of Brother Baxter who just before the vote was taken gave a brief -cxplanatlbVi of the propositions to be voted upon and read the views of Senators Hitchc6clc an'd Lodge. This was tho only public dis- cussion of the quettion here which proba- bly arcounts for the indltposltionVon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1920

;. T5he OPTIMIST Published Weekly by the Students ot Abileno Christian College. Office Administration Building nobtrf 0. ' i Subscription Per Year.. $1.50 Addross All correspondence and mako oil Money Ordors payablo to TIIE OP- TIMIST at Abllcno Texan. Ji Vincent Bikes Edltor-ln-Chlet Gladys Arlcdge . Asst. Editor Thornton Arledgo... Business Manager J. Warren Jackson -...Asst. Bus. Met. Herbert Slices Joko Editor SUPERVISORY EDITOR'S. Fine Arts .................... Elltabclh Daxter Clubs Bessie Glyn Hays Personals ................... .........Earl Drown Chapel Extracts Kato Reagan neligious................................Earl C. Smith The Holidays Bettyo Travis Special ........;................- Mrs. Carpenter Athletics ............................Lec Coffman REPORtERS. James Childress. Thornton Arlcdge. Mary Louise Loving. Georgia Rowsey. Russell Martin. EDITORIAL The Optimist welcomes the new stu- dents publication The Linesman Into our midst. This journal is published by the A C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1920

WGBBSSnaBEBBSm gHiitaimiTp i ii ymw& zZZZStm 'HI null wpit mi i iiiiiw iiniiiiiiiji)iwi'iifliwi'M JrQWU n T-ir PERSONALS 5. y " Mr. Elmer' Nichols a' former studeril .of A: C. C who has been attending Baylor University this year was a visitor hero last Sunday Elmer made a good record hero and the students and faculty are always glad to have liim visit us. We had hoped that lie could bo in school here this term hilt he has decided to teach in a public school near Abilene. f. II. Ethcridge preached at Kirklartd last Sunday As usual tho railroad in terferrcd with his prompt return. This time it was a wreck that deprived him of an rntiro night's sleep and also of the pleasure of reciting his Greek lesson Tuesday morning. Miss Edith Hntllff returned Monday nnd resumed her studies after an1 extend ed holiday vacation. We are pleased to announce that Edwin. (Happy) Ander- son it back on tho job porma- riefitly at-our CiTY MtUG SlOXtiB South Side rrrr -rrr CHRISTIAN EDUCATION. Wendell D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 15 January 1920

.i t 3 AN ESSAY ON THE II. C. L. By a Student Who Knows. Present day economics constitute a crcat and notent actor in American life. and wo believe (thai' a Bhort inquiry Into' )he present situation and luturo results and prospects of tlio H. C. L. will be enter .tainlng instructive and beneficial to all interested parties. C Time and time again It lias been clearly shown that specific applications are of greater value in economic situations than general and Indefinite vapidities. More- over we might say that local men can much better interpret the local phases and applications of such questions than strangers or outsiders. Therefore we shall present the verbatim opinion of quite a number of A. C. C. people In the "lime- light"' on the local phases of our subject: The High Cost of Loving H. M. Nolcs.kJiQwn far- and wide as "Dad" or "Daddy" has this much to sd "You bet love in all its moods tenses and voices is expensive. But that's the least of my worries. I don't know more than a b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1920

aa.Wlhti HWWflTI.': w l if A ! j? Vn1) 1 7 jvtr tv Vrvr! ".tl ' ' ' y THE OPTIMIST OA there is need that on men's hearts should fall a Spirit that can sympathise with all. All the Past and Time re- veals a bridal dawn of thun- der fifalswhenevei Thought hath wedded Fact. a V Volume VII ABILENE TAYLOR COUNTY TEXAS THURSDAY JAN. 22 1920 Number n. u. u. LOSES FIRST G1E TO JOHN TftRLETON Last Wednesday and Thursday after- noons our boys met John Tarlcton In the Marston gymnasium at Simmons College for their first games of the season. In the first game which proved to be one of the hardest fought games our boys havo ever played we lost by the close score of 22 to 19. The game was marked by many fouls on each side. Seven fouls were marked against Johnson of Tarleton during the game. The game opened with Tarleton taking the west goal. At first tho A. C C. boys couldn't keep their feet as they had not been used to an indoor court but this was overcome near the end of the first half and our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1920

75he OPTIMIST; Published Weekly by tho Students of Abllono Christian College Offico Administration Building llaom C. . Subscription Per Yoar.....i..$l.G0 Address nil correspondence and mnko ell Monoy Orders pnynblo to THK OP- TIMIST at Abilene Texas. i J. Vincent Slkcs Editor-in-Chief Uladyu Arledgo.; Asst. Editor Thornton Arledgo... Business Manager J. Warren Jackson Asst. Dus. Mgr. j tlorbcrt Slices Joko Editor SUPERVISORY EDITORS. ii . .' f; fC " m" MUrWi" "cl Bl0U8 " Mary " P Exchanges Vera Hay "nf ArS Mary Ellmore( Clubs Leonard Watson . Chapel Extracts Novla Hastings ' Personals .Toonie Brown Special Reporter. ......Elmer Berry A CORRECTION. In giving the results of the vote here on the ratification of the peace treaty the Optimist of last week reported proposition two as having carried in the faculty. This should have been proposition four Instead. . We find that our faculty was in agree-1 ment with that of most other college: of I the country. In fact it seems that proposi- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1920

PERSONALS Elmer Berry spent the week-end at An- son. - Mistcs Nanabcllo Eastcs and Bessio Glyn Hays spent the week-end at Clyde. Brother Bell preached at Anson Sunday. Mils Esslo Thurmon spent the week-end with her parents at Itoscoc. Sewcll Jones left Wednesday for Cisco where he expects to spend about eight -weeks. He will be back for the last term's work and his degree. ' Mrs. Moore Lynn spent the week-end -with her husband at Dallas. Elmer Nichols an old student was here to spend a few days with friends. Brother Baxter went to Dallas last Thursday to attend the committee meeting on Christian Education. He returned Sunday. ' Mr. Walter Sikes preached at Stamford last Sunday. Miss Tress Hill spent n day or so with Miss Mildred Taylor at her school in Bradshahw. ZELLNER PROGRAM. It will be of interest to the many friends of the bride and groom to know that the following invlatlons are out: Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ilobbins request the the honor of your presence at the marriage of their d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Optimist — 22 January 1920

miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinini I & .iiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin New Arrivals I S This week we show many pretty new1 styles in ladies' tailored suits new dresses Gago Vogue and Elzee hats etc. I All new styles (fresh from the makers' hands. Come in and see them. ( . iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii) iiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii w Do You Know? THAT low shoes predominate for Spring. S THAT Oxfords pumps and one-eyelet ties are most Favored. THAT Louis baby French military and Cuban heels are all good. THAT kid suede bronze patents and browns are the! best colors. ' All these questions are answered in our advance Spring displays. It will be a pleasure to show them to - those who realize the value ...

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