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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

TUB DISPATCH. FOUNDED IRM>. | SUMMARY OF DAY'S HEWS THE WEATHER. ■UrAfIMINOTON, April IC-Forocaot for •riiuimluy nnd Friday: Vlr B lnla--Piirtly cloudy Thursday { Vt\- , any rnlr, warmer; fresh west to north * North CHroiltui-Knlr Thursday; warmer In extreme west portion; Friday fair, warmer; flesh west to north winds. Cloudß overhung the country thickly yesterday, apparently reiidy to -.open ,^l. iiny moment and a«nln dcliißo llio ettWli. Tho temperature wn« pleasant, thoiiK la Irlilo cliilly. According to tho wcathor mun It will he partly cloudy °"l n >' "'"' clear with rlHli/g temperature to-morrow. STATE OF THE THEHMOMItTEH. DA. M '. iS li M X 8 P. M (i P. M • .7 » I. M In VI midnight ;•••' ' A Verago " Highest tempcraturo ye«ten|ny f« Lowest tcmpi'tnliiro ycslerduy '< Moan toinporuturu yesterday.. »' Normal tf.tnpeniturn fOr;'April.... ,'•£ [«• Departure from normal tomperaluro. 01 UINIATUnri AIiMAJWjC^ Rlin rIBCS 8:36 I MIOTI TIDE. . pun gets 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

t WILL PROVE LIVE PAPER Special T. P. A. Edition of The Times-Dispatch Booming. ADS ARE; NOW ROLLING IN Nearly ia Hundred and Fifty Contracts Have Already Beon Secured, and a List of Those Who Will Advertise. The ."Spoclol T. P. A. Edition" of Tho Times-Dlspntch, to bo published on May Gth, will undoubtedly be a paper full of live and Interesting, T. P. A. news. Lottera and special articles for publication are being received nt headquarters rinlly, and the blue pencil in the hands of the news editor will have to be wielded strenuously In order to Urid place for the large amount of matter that la being- sent in. . Oho of tli* most interesting and valuable contributions to tho paper Ib being piepated by Colonel John S. llanvood, the chairman of, the National Legislative. Committee. p This article will deal in detail, with the great work accomplished by tho Travelers' Protective Association In cohnoctlon with tho passage of the bill creating tho now Department of Commerce and Labor. Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

FOOLISH UTTERANCE Only One of Many President Roosevelt Has Made. ■ BIBLE IN THE SCHOOLS . Report on Subject ntWosbyterian Commlttee Mooting Is Recommitted. Joint Conference on Marriage and Divorce Agreed to. t (Hr Aimoclntod I'reM.) NEW YORK, April 15.— Tho ExoftUtlvo Committee of the Western or American Bccllon of the Alliance of tho "noformod Church throughout the world, holding Urn ' Presbyterian system," mot to-day at the Marble Collegiate Reformed Church. Roy. Dr. R. P. Kerr, of Richmond, Va., /presided, arid delegates were present from ' nil tho prominent churches In tho country and Canada. Jn response to an Invitation from Bishop William Crosswell Doano to Join ] the Protestant Episcopal Church, tho Methodist Episcopal Church,. North; and the Presbyterian Ch'ureh in Ihp United States of America In a conference on tho subject of tho regulation ofmarrlago and divorce, a special committee of flvo was appointed to represent tho Western secRev. Dr. F. R. Boattie, of Louisville, Ky...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

* The Times- Dispatch •hifclfahad Dally and W«kl/ «♦ No. A Wertn Tenth Street, Richmond, Va. ■ rtUrtd January it, 1909, at Rich* mond, Va., at Becond-Clnst Matter, under Act ot Con* oreaa dt March 3, 1879. Tha OAILV TIMES f^PATCH U told at s cents a copy. The SUNDAY TIMES- DISPATCH li •old at 6 cents a copy. DAILY TIMfeS'DISPATCH by m»»60 cent* a mbrtth, 18.00 a veur, *2.80 tor • clx months, $1.60 for three montht. SUNDAY TIMEf.-DISPAT.CH by mall, J2.00 a year. The DAILY TIMpS-DISPATCH, Including Sunday, Dy Carrier, 15 cent» per . The SUNDAY TIMES-tiJSPATCH, by Carrier, S cents pep week, The WEEKLY TIMES-DISPATCH, All Unsigned Communication* will be rejected. Rejected Communications will not be returned unless accompanied by atamps. Uptown Office at T. A. MILLER'S.-No. 619 East Broad Street. ' , THtmSDAY. APfclt, 18. MR. CLEVELAND'S SPEECH. In his address before a 'meeting at Madison Square Garden, New York, on Tuesdny night, Mr. Grover Cleveland said some very sensible things on th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

votestAved off/again iFolkos Prevents Killing of the Tonnp Tax BIIK may be Massed to-day Benate Passci Bills to Amend Constitution In lelation to Election of Oomn/ssloners of Rovenue. Chy's Proceedings. Both ho. es of the General AwcmWy held longUslons yesterday, but they aid not dlUso of rtuch Important bUfll- ! "So HoL had fnothor long AHtajUr ncnlhßt t.Ug "P: th °f°T b wU W * cl ~feEonf ] = l>ortance. /• /he Senate. I* Mm Senate was opened Tho session ft *• 77 dd n ft y LieutenantSf»S« oftwo copies of tho genera. ! ■ Sofd l Mrt o.' n of No^^octod to Sonef of tho varlouß counties. The b Thr£« 01T co a rnTnun«cated the passage, of 17 W t° defray the expenses of the ?nlnt nfomlttee on nnal revision oC tho SSut^Th" bill wont to; the Finance C T™y£iate concurred Intho House O men™nt to the Senate bills relating to rfds In Orange County. It Is a local "Si bill authorising tho denning of Ihotoounds of public roads In Alexanrtrl County was taken from committee, ta»n VP out of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

PAD JUG FOR HIS FRIENDS Old Darkey In Mecklenburg Followed Master's Example EFFECT OF MANN BILL Some Opposition to It In Mecklenburg as it Is Believed That It Will In- . crease Moonshlning—Senator Hutcheson Improving. (Special to Tho Tlnics-Dlsoiiteh.) BASICIfiRVIbLra, VA., April lfi.-An old darkey In Mecklenburg county for a long tlmo evaded tho looal officers nnd sold ' whiskey Illegally. Recently^ citizen of tho county apiToaled to an United States rovenuo officer, who procured the proper evidence and arrested tho old fellow. When tried before tho United States Court, he disclaimed ever having sold any whiskey, but staled that he learned to drink when a boy whilst mixing drinks for his old master, that ho had always tried to pattern after his old master oven by keeping •whlskoy in his house for hlmßOlf and friends, that ho had alwaj-3 been respected by the white people of his community ' and that whenever any of thorn calli'd by his house that he would have to feel mighty poor If...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

CHANCES IN FACULTY Meeting of Trustees of Baptist Female University. NEW TRAINING SCHOOL It Will Bo Located Somewhere In the , Western Part of the State—Union. County Returned Part of School Fund Money. (Special to Tho Times-Dispatch.) RALEIGH, N. 6., April IB.— The trustees of the Baptist Female University were In annual soßslon here to-day and niado Bovora) 'changes in tho faculty for the coming year. Mrs. Andorson, ot Arkansas, was oloptod lady principal, In tho ■lead of Miss Bkelton, resigned. Miss liowman, of Arkansas, was oloctcd to tho chair of elocution, In tho stead of Miss Bydnor, reslgnod. Mlso Perry, of tho chair of Latin, waa granted a year's leavo of absence to pursue her studios at Harvard, and Miss Lunneau, of Wake Forest, -was chosen to lilt her chair during that time. Judge 11. W. Winston, of Durham, and Rev. \V. C. Tyreo and Rev. J. 11. Masslo wuro/ added to tho Board of Trustees. Tho Baracca Clues, of Tabernacle Baptist Church, hold elaborate ceremonies tonight f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

PETITIONS CIRCULATING The First Effects of the New Mann Law. • NOT WAITING GOVERNOR P ashed Streets of Falrmount to Be Repalred—Llghtnlng Does Damage. More About Chickens. . Fighting. Probably tho first efforts of tho now Mann luw will bo seen In Henrico county, wiioro thorp is prospect of tho elimination of somo fifteen or twenty saloons by tho provisions of tho rovonuo bill. Tho County Court Ims fixed next Monday as tho day upon which applications for llcenao will bo hoard, and somo fifty saloon-keopors havo posted notices at the courthouse. But this was done 4>eforo tho action of tho Legislature, and tho aspect ot^tho situation has been very considerably changed. Some of tho saloonkeepers will not rnako application at all, owing to lnablllty^to pay tho increased tax. About a dozen others will como under tho Mann law requiring thorn to secure the consent of tho voters In tholr districts before the licenses are granted. Theso dozen or so saloonlsts are realizing tholr pl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

STARTS OUT BRIGHTLY Organization t>f Va. Board of Trade Perfected Yesterday. PRESIDENT C. W. PRIDDY Public > Spirited Norfolk Gentleman Chosen First Executive Officer—Annual Meeting In June, to Serve Virginia in Many Ways. The Virginia State Board of Trade wan organized at a mooting of representatives from ten Virginia cities, held yesterday at the Chambor of Cornmorce, Tho body of representative, /publlo »ptfitcd men who Havo the Interest of the Btate at heart waa callod to order at noon by Mr. C. W. Prlddy, of Norfolk. Those presont wero Messrs. J. M. Hurt, of Bldckptono; W. T. Poxton, of Bucna Vista; \y. T. Hodnott, of rf.nvllle; J. L. Patton and O. O. Batchelor, of Newport News; T. 8. Bouthall, C. W. Prlddy and m. H. Lumsden, of Norfolk;' General Btlth Boiling, of Petersburg; Hon. U. H. Angell, of Koanoko; H. C. Braxton, of Staunton; J. H. Planer, of Suffolk, and J. O. JTreoman, Thornaa 8. Armlstead, W. C. Bontloy, Bayard H. Mlllngton, Llnton O. Miller and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

DECREASE if THE VOLUME Sales on Exchange Barely Reached Half AlilllonShares PRICES INCLINED HIGHER When Bolter Level Was Reached, However, There Was Inevitable Soiling of Class of Buyers Who Got In at' the Bottom. (Itr Associated Tri'ss.) .. million and a quarter on J«oh^ *£*# su?e sentiment with the P^poseof vreventlns needless sacrifice of va»"eß. ili^SxSy^gl l^wls^^^ieK ! .!-l"rs. ,'illhouKh nulet. ruled at n level ! li.'..w Inst nlKhfs close all ""V- was an . -".M.iiv,. in cnution on Iho long sine. 'if? ■ • less thoro wns consldrable buy- |.!, "Knt points of iho list of seemI > <{■■ f ond clmracter nnd based on IndlWi nl •/. "o" Missouri Pacific was well V!-;.- i,l lav on Us report of no,t earnings VrYIM n'rv sliowliiK nn lncrca.se over ■3.'.!|.V i. . •of I'nst year of 8378.768. which s :-;<> lc« than 7!i per cent. Increase. Tho m ,'^menZrs of the Gould, ffrouh moved 'in m-mimthy. Bait more and Ohio s rei or rVoi M eh showed an Increas...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

OK I MINIMUM I__lftl AI £ I jftr, I KUt if THEBEAREfHEWOIIDER I ISA I lA^ 1 1\% |'*J 'A I H !I1I!! M oht T 26 H i ft ife ft /? OT 9 WORKING WANT ADS. gt gV[ i ft m aCb, ? _-.« * oUimt ' llf Vj T(J p T& THIT BRINQ BREITEST RESULTS. IJ© ■« |? Id UP) cm. !<,.„«. WORD. WORD. Oath In tdrtnci >' rr " | | ■ ■■ I I I I I ' '• ' 1 MBLP NVAWTBD-FBMALB. WANTED. A REFINED YOUNG (white) WOMAN, not undar 28, as nurso for Infant; references required. Address Mrs. WM. BLOANE, South Nor* folk, Va. WANTED, EXPERIENCED BHlKTwalst hands and skirt makers; must b« thoroughly competent to handle flna work. Address ''GLADES," care this offlco. .WANTED, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN agents, work evenings only and make big profits: catalog-tie and particulars free. Addrees OllfO MAIL ORDER CO., Toledo, O, WANTED, SETTLED LADY OV RBflnemcnt, without encumberance anfl ef unqtiestlonabls oharaoter, to Keep house for widower: Southern lady preferred: reference required; photo to ai&a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 16 April 1903

Miller 6 Rhoads. t WEATHER FORECAST— Thursday partly cloudy. ur French Hand-Made Underwear. _ Possibly we've been a little bit modest in pushing our claims us 'being tho best Underwear store in town. For example, we are the only house in Richmond, so far as we know, that sells French Hand-Made Underwear, Singular thing, though, that It's an almost dally occurrence i tohavo otmto. were told that none could bo had In this city. Hero's a>few of tho exceptionally good values, and you'll get a pretty good idea of the make-up and finish of all the garments from this list: ' OORSE7T COVERS of Fronch Nnin- ■ nook, alt hand-embroldcrod. with full fronts and a tuqked back. Tho nock Is daintily finished with hond-embroldored points, nnd the finely-worked button-holes have baby ribbon drawn through them-4:U5. A Corset Covor, with a fitted front. trimmed with hand-embroidery, and , the neck and armholes trimmed tho same way, with dainty French knots, 51.25. Match sets 'for trousseaus ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

yy/xiy l t^/wjin^t TUB TtAtICS. I'OUNttISO IMS ' TUB DlSl'A'rCll, POUNDED IRSO. SUMMARY OF DAY'S NEWS FORECAST. WASHINGTON. April 18,-Forocast for Btiiulliy.riiid MonOny: . Virginia— Kali l Hundny; Monday rains, .■winds bi;comlntf (stint ami fresh. North Carolina— Fttlr. warmer Sunday; (Monday Bhoweni; frosii noutli winßs. fipi'lnfjllko nnti nlcn stint, was yesterday, titU aftor nlffhlfall tho tttnumphoro again became chilly and llK.hl nvercoatH wore Jn demand. TOday -will bo fair, according to projihiXiluß, but to-niorrow rain may bo BXpftCtC'd. . state on riiio 'thehmombtrr. B A. M „.. CO n m: oi ■c p. jt 68 f, P, M, (VI fi p. n 67 12 midnight 64 Average „..,,.,... 01 Jtlffhost temperature yesterday........ W IjOwchl totnpnr.'ituro yostirday.. ...... 57 Menu tniniivrnitiro ycslnrday 03 Nornml t'jmpi'rature for April Xl .U-sinirturcj from normnl temperature. 08 Precipitation duilna 1 past ,'.!■) -hours,... 00 jSHNIA'^URK 'ALMANAC. April 10, 1903. Bun Hubs 5:32 HIGH TIDE. gun seti) ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

- I : INISHED lEADS APART Pr. Saylor. With Tommy Burns Up, Won Avenue Stakes. CLOSE FINISH AT MEMPHIS lerney Won fro m Favorlto by, n Nose After Dual Down the Stretch, in Stakes for Two- Year-Olds. Lakeside Results. (Ny AMoclntpd Prrtii.) _ NEW YOIUC. April 18.— Dr. Baylor, with Tommy Burns In the suddlo, won' tho Averno Slakes y for threo-yoar-olds nt AqUMluct to-day. Tho first tliree horses finlnhud heads a<pnrt. Jllyrla cut out the running: to the 'stretch mid it) a driving finish Dr. Baylor won with Ahola wocoud Ulyria third, Vf.'eather fine, truck good. Summary: First raco — five and a half furlotißS— Armeath (12 to 1)' first, Houiesteud (10 to 1) second, Andrattus (12 to 1) third. Tlmo. 1:09. Second race— four and a half furlonga— Valour (3 to 2) first. Wizard (20 to 1) second, Peter Pnul (7 to 2) third. Time, :66. Third raco— savon furlongs— .Ernest Parlinm (S to 1) first, .IClnuraine (5 to 1) second. Ociawbit (4 to U third. ' Time. 1:31 2-5. Fourth rooe — Tho Aver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

GREATEST CRUISER NOW OH THE DEEP (Contlnund from, Flrut Page,) three lusty cheero for the Germans. An tvent In History, I But the launching of the world's greM* Ost cfulaor was In Itself an event, hot only in the history of thn nation's «ront.Ut dhlpmiildlriK plant, but In the history of naval architecture, The christening Rhd tho plungo of tho mammoth mass of fctcel Into tho water wero brilliantly accomplished, to >ho delight bt a recordbreaking crowd. All the conditions wcro Auspicious, ldea.l April skies arched over the gathered throng, the sunshine wns rt'iilnl in Its warmth, the accommodations for tho crowd Were ample and all' had an Unobstructed view of what was ah event In the lives of many. Tho largest crowd attending any previous launching waa that which ' witnessed tho christening of the Kentucky and Kearsargo In the spring of 1808. In tho opinion of Newport News newßpapor, 1 itnen, who have seen all the throngs on thoso occasions, yostcl-day's Attendance exceed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

I Our radtliocl of doing business has won the approbation of thousands of patrons. We won t I ltppp finy trn,sl»j nothing that cannot havo the v gtitmmteo label of our firm is o fibred for sale. Hero you will always find the exceptional in nowneW and quality and always at a reason* THE SUICIDE IS UNKNOWN All Efforts to Identify the Man Who Shot .Himself Have So Far Proven Entirely Mystery, such mystery aa apparontly defies all efforts to solve, surrounds tho identity of the unknown, who at H o'clock yostorday morning shot himself In the toilet rooms at Murphy's Hotel. Hundreds linvo yleWed the remains at 131lley's, but thiis far not one has been ablo to oall Uie v ndTiie of 'the unfortunate, althoußh many' Seem to ' have seen him somewhore at. .some time. During the day many rumors were current about Ajin city as to tho Idontlty oC tho man, but upon Investigation nil ! proved groundles, an<l nt a late hour thn authorities had no more Idea as to who the man might be than t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

•■• HUSBANDS WIVES DAUGHTERS SONS MISS N. NIEMANN. MISS NETTIE NJEMANN, White Mound, Wls., writos: Tho Poruna Modlclno Co., Columbus, .0.: "I have been afflicted slnco childhood With a most unpleasant catarrh of the fioad. Nothing I did scorned to cure me, and when I caught a cold my troubles Increased. Whllo visiting a friend I learned tho real valtio of Peruna. 1 had ofton hoard it praised, but never paid serious attention to It. My friend, however, had been cured of catarrh by Pc- ALL DAINTY WOMEN DREAD CHRONIC CATARRH. Hacking, Spitting, Coughing, Sneezing Cured by Pe-ru-na. Allan Herlha Munn, 008 Atlantic St., 'Appleton, Win., writes: "I tried catarrh remedies, some of \ ■which guaranteed a cure or money refunded, and have taken us high as eight bottles of Home without any mater'al benefit. I had mado tip my mind that oil wore worthless, so It took a great deal of persuasion to got me to try Peruna. But I bless the friend who persuaded me, as I had not taken one bottle before m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

% PORTY-TWO YEARS AGO Monday a Historic and Memorable Anniversary In City. SEVENTEEN COMPANIES Pilendid Record of Cockade City in Its Staunch Support of the Confederacy—Local Option Election to Be Held in Claremont. (Special <o The Tlm«»-Dl8p«tch.) PETERSBURG, VA., April 18.— Monday Is the forty-second anniversary of tho loavlng of the Petersburg voluntoors for Norfolk at tho breaking out of the Civil War. On ' April 20, 1801, five Infantry companies and one artillery company loft Petersburg to fight for tho Confederacy, Before tho war ended Petersburg furnished in nil seventeen companies. A petition signed by citizens of Claveniont asking for a local option election will bo submitted to Judge Rives at tho April term of tho Prince George County Court, which convenes April 2Sth. A Bplrlted contest may bo looked for, as CJaromont Is said to bo equally divided, Tho case of J. C. Hardy and others^ trustees of Park View Church of Christ, ngtiinst tho city of Petersburg, an app...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 19 April 1903

w AUCTION 9ALBB~*MONI3AV. j (JtOM CONSTABLE'S BALM. t will soil ftt hUbllo auction, on MONDaY, APRIL 20, 1003, fit 10 o'olocK A. M,, «t No. 1806 Ktiflt Frnnklln Street, the following PROPJsttTY to satisfy writs In my htt/uts, toONM DnAt-.tNVAUD CliAlß: , WAnDUOmiJ*. BUll«AOfll PBNDJOItB, OIL TANK, CHAinSI WmitOßS, CLOCKS, BOCKIORBt ?^T n^Ack A B MPSI TBRMSiCaBh: OARnIfION) H. c. c. n. Oeo. W. Mayo, Auctioneer, 1205 East Mull/ Street. CONTRACT CHUT WA GON DOCTOR'S BUGGY, 3 UUGUIBB, SADDLE, REFRIGERATORS, CARPETS, IRON BEDS, UPRIGHT AND SQUARE I'IANOB, FIN/13 FURNITURE, ETC., AT AUCTION. I will soil at my auctlon-houso at 10:80 MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1903, I Now Long-body Contractor's Wagon, 1 Good Doctor's Buggy, 3 Buggies, 7 1-8 Ootavo Upright Piano. 2- Square Pianos, 3 Ico Boxes. 3 RefrlfcoratorH, 2 Baby CarrlHßes, 2 Sewing Machines, Morris Chair, Walnut Book-Caso, Chiffonier*, 4 Barbers Chairs, 4 Sideboards, 3 Iron Bads, WardrobcH, Pnrlor and Chamber Suits, ChnlrH, Hockers, Bureaus, Wn...

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