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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 7, 1915.
Roumania Seizes Arms Intended for
Serbs and Disarms Russ Warships
lONTsOX, Nor. I Roumanian author!- Rtiulan torr" boa.ts and n armed
tl ha taken tha nwfwwrr dtps to
brlnf into Roumanian harbor and dis
arm Tcnela firing; tha Ruaalan fla
which ar loaded with armg and ammu
nition for Serbia, aaya a aeml-offlclal
atatement Issued at Bucharest and Tn
oelred hera by wireless from Berlin.
Thta action baa been taken. It I an
nounced, toecaus f the Aunt ro -German
occupation of tha Serbian bank of the
Russian men-of-war whlrh fled Into
tha Roumanian harbor of Orula, already
hara bean d Inarmed and the crewa.
numbering WO, Interned at Kuatendje.
Berlin reported on Nor ember 4 that
tha Roumanian arorernment had ordered
tha disarmament and Internment of two
(Continued from Par One.)
a us to German forcea in Oallcla are aald
by tha war office today to hava won a
further victory over tha Ruaatana In the
fighting- alon tha Btiipa river. Tha Rua
liana were thrown back to their gld po
altlona on tha eaat bask of tha river. In
tha recent flfthtlni there fifty offlcera
and (0,000 Russians hara been captured.
Tha army of General Von Linalnsen
captured further Ruaalan poaltlona north
eaat of Rudka. Ruaalan attempt to break
through tha' German Unea on tha Dvlnik
front were futlla.
Concerning the weetera front, tha war
office aaya that In tha Champagne, north
of Maaalgna, tha French were ejected by
meana of hand granadea from a portion
of a German trench which they had entered.
Twenty Lives loit In Tour-Story
Wooden Firetrap In Brook
MAHT ARE EXPORTED TUTORED
NEW YORK. Not. C. Twenty
p.en and girls were killed and more
than fifty otherg were Injured, ac
cording to police, In a fire that ewept
through a four-story wooden factory
building on North Blxth street. In the
vnillamsburg section of Brooklyn,
today. Fire hundred persons were
it work in the building.
The fire started in the quarter of
the Diamond Candy company, lo
cated on the flrat and second floors,
nd spread so rapidly that many of
the women and girls were forced to
J imp from windows and fire escapes.
All of these received serious Injuries
and ambulances were called from
eight hospitals to care for them.
Maar Pereaaa Iar.
At I p. tn. tha pollca reported that at
leaat ten persona had loat their lives aa
a result of tha fire.
Police aald fory-flva girls and a num
ber of men had been injured and carried
Ambulancea and phyalclana were ruahed
to the aoena from all parta of Brooklyn,
and numerous temporary hoapltala were
established for tha many peraona Injured
In eacaplng from tha burning building.
Flreraea thought tha fire atarted on tha
flrat floor of tha bunding, aa aurvivora
reported that tha stairways from tha aao
ond to tha flrat and third to tha aooond
floor were a maaa of flames, and alt poa
Iblllty of aaeapa In that way was out oft
A majority of tha MO employes In tha
building were aald to bar bean on tha
upper (loo re occupied by tha Eaaax Shirt
company and a cloak manufacturing con
cern. Tha Diamond Candy company oc
cupied tha two lower floors.
Third Try to Blow
Up Italian Consulate
In New York Fails
NBW TORK, Nor. .-Tha third at
tempt within a year to wrack tha offlcee
here of tha Italian conaul general, O.
Far Fornt, with a bomb, was made
today. Tha miealle, aald to hara been
hurled from a nearby roof, struck tha land apeak to 4,000 students, about coeda.
After that tha chancellor took him on
a personally conduoted tour of tha build
ings and grounds.
The meetlnga this week hara been at
tended mostly by Syracuse people as tha
guroundlng towns have bean negotiating
This coming week crowds of from 500
to TOO from Auburn, Oswego, Watertown,
Tulton, Onedia, UUca and other place
, Oaa Dtatarbla Elemeat
But one disturbing element haa oomo
up during tha week and that has been
the activity of a gang of burglars who
hava been looting homes while tha ownera
were attending tha meetings, half a dosen
robberies having been reported nightly,
tha loot being mostly In Jewelry and
money. Thursday night one of tha men
was captured, but, last night, mora thefts
Invitations from other cities are pour
ing In. St. Louis, Nashville, Grand Rap
ids and Minneapolis want htm, while a
delegation from New York is due here
this coming week with a request to vlalt
that city. It will be 19U before ha goes
to tha metropolis, if at all.
TU take a whole ya for Chicago, If
It's necessary," was Sunday's comment.
Sevan hundred clergymen and religious
workers attended an interdenominational
soul winners' oonfersfiee here on Thurs
day under Sunday's direction, ' brighten
tha Corner" Is tha favorite eunday hymn
hers and tha evangelist even has tha
newspapermen singing It alone at tha
services. Friday o fthls week Sunday
will sound his first call for converts, the
result U assured, two score having al
ready announced their conversion and
wait only for the summons.
steamship which were in Roumanian
waters at Ttim-8verln on the Danube.
Tha earns day, however, a dispatch from
Rome said the Roumanian government
had refused the request of the German
minister at Bucharest that Russian war
ships be disarmed. Informing him that
sines navigation of tha Danubs waa free,
Roumanla's neutrality had not been vio
lated. If Roumania has derided to close the
Danube to Russia, Ita action may hare
an Important bearing upon the plans
of th entente alllea In Serbia, for It has
been assumed that the Muscovite sxpe
dltlonary force whlrh Is to be sent Into
tb Balkans would be carried on trans
ports up the Danube. There even have
been rumors that they were on the way.
(Continued from Page One.)
These are the only cities competing for
CHICAGO WETS PLAN
BIG PARADE TODAY
Spon ion Say Hundred Thousand
Thousand Will March in Protest
A fains t Closing Saloons.
MAYOR CALLS IT INTIMIDATION
0 CHICAGO, Nor. 6. Offlcera of
the United Societies for Local Self
Government, have said that tho
"Home Rule and Personal Liberty"
parade to be held tomorrow through
the downtown streets of Chicago, as
a protest against Mayor William
Hale Thompson's action in enforcing
the state law closing saloons on Sun
day, win be the largest demonstra
tion of its kind ever seen in this
country. They have predicted that
scorts of thousands would be in line.
Including many trade unionists and
liumeroua women. More than 2,000
organisations of various kinds, rep
resenting twenty nationalities, were
announced as having accepted invi
tations to participate.
the convention. No organisation dirertly or indirectly
Tho ballots must be voted and be In repreaenttng tha liquor business will be
tha bands of tha azecutlva committee allowed In tha column, eponsora for the
who desire to march will do so ss In
dividuals or aa members of other organi
sations. An effort was made to provide
automobiles for all the women who de
sired to appear In the demonstration.
Plans also were made for tha construc
tion of hundreds of floats.
Mayor Thompson declined an Invitation
to review the proceiwlon, sending a letter
In which he denounced the demonstra
tion as showing disrespect for law and
as en attempt to intimidate officials
worn to enforce the statutes. Invita
tions to review the marchers were also
sent to Governor Edward F. Dunne of
Illlno's snd other state, county and city
The United Societies for local Betf
Oovernment, under whose auspices the
parade will be held, consists of 73 ausll-
lary organisations. The committee in
charge of the parade consists of Oeorge
Landau, Anton J. Cermak. A. H. Roeen
tlel. C. F. Pettkoske, Leopold Neumann
and William Fisher. Mr. Landau, who
Is president of the United Societies, snld
"The parade waa planned as a mighty
protest against tha action of Mayor
Thompson In closing ths Chicago saloons
Sunday. We want the officials and the
cttisens of the city, county, stste and
natlun to know how a majority of tha
population feel on this question. There
will be more than 100,000 patriotic Amer
ican citizens In lire. If the weather la
fine there may be 200,000 marchers."
(Continued from Page One.)
here ha has visited every place and met
everybody of Interest. He has toured
tha manufacturing plants, newspaper
offices, banks, schools, colleges and
hotels. Chancellor J&mea R. Day of
Syracuse university, who at one time
wss violently opposed to Mm, Is one of
his stanchest supporters and Thursday
had tho evangelist visit that Institution
pavement a short distance away from
tho building, exploded with a roar that
waa heard for blocks, ripped apart the
cobblestones, rooked the neighborhood
and filled tha street with a rain of
broken glass, but caused slight damage
otherwise and failed to Injur anyone.
The conaul general and his staff war
In their offices at th time with 160 Ital
ian reservists, who -war presumably
seeking to return home. Policemen near
by turned in an alarm and detectives
and reserves swarmed to ths scene. They
spread a cordon about th place and in
their dragnet tempcMlly detained erery
one who could not gt3 convincing rea
sons for his presence In th neighbor
Paaaeraby said they had seen a flaming
object thrown from a roof nearby. An
Italian boy found on th roof of on of
th houses in th neighborhood was
taken to polio headquarters. After
further Investigation th polio said they
thought th bomb had been dropped In
th street by a man who became fright
ened when h saw a patrolman standing
loo by. .
A woman told th dcloottve she had
seen a man place what she thought was
a lump of dirt tn th gutter and a few
momenta later saw It ex plod. j
Ordinarily there ar from S00 to 800
reservists standing in Una, awaiting en
trance to th building, In th street wnr
- th bomb wag exploded. Today th num
ber was smaller and they were conse
quently sent Into th building.
Two previous attempts hara been made
by bomb and on by fir to wreck tha
consulate. Both bombs were extinguished
before exploding and th fir waa put
out before it gained headway.
Examination subsequently showed that
the woodwork had been saturated 'with
Apartments, flats, house and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Bee "For Rent
again by the first few days In December.
Official Coaat 1st December,
Then on December 11 the executive com
mittee Is to meet at th Lindell hotel tn
Lincoln and make ths official count
Of th US names that appeared In th
primary for nomination for president
aome ran fairly close to th vote of tha
fifth man nominated. Thus Fred Hunter
of Lincoln got 100 rot. Btate Superin
tendent A. O, Thomas got 87 rotes. Prin
cipal Vernon O. Mays of IJnooln got 81
votes, P. M. Whitehead got and Kate
McHugh of Omaha got 45. From these
figures th number of rotes run down to
aa low as ons vote for some of th oan-
"Well, we didn't know who was run-
nlng, so when I cam to rot I voted for
my superintendent of course, who else 7"
said a bright little high school teacher
Th school men ar especially pleased
with th large number of candidates and
ths scattered way in which th primary
vote was cast.
"It Indicatea there waa no slating to
speak of," aald Treasurer Matthawa "It
U a good sign that politics la practically
demonstration announcing the.t brewers.
saloonkeepera, distillers snd bartenders,
Newspaper Plant is
Destroyed by Fire
RALEIGH, N. C, Nor. .-Th entire
plant and building of th News and Ob
server, owned by th secretary of th
navy, Joaephua Daniels, was destroyed
by rira which started shortly before
o clock this morning. Th large printing
establishment of M. Usiell tt Co. Is also
a complete loss. Several small atores ar
Ither partially or completely destroyed.
W. II. Bacley, business manager of tha
Nawa and .Observer, wss painfully In
Jured by a falling piece of machinery
while attempting to get books out of th
building. First estimates of th property
loss, with th fir still burning, were
about S250.0C0, .
It la th second Urn th News and
Observer had been burned out sine Sec
retary Daniels has been at the head of
th Navy department tha first fir hav
ing occurred April S. II 1A
WASHINGTON. Nov. . (Special Tel
earam.) Postmasters Appointed Ne
braska: Sparks, Cherry county, Peter F.
Simons, Vice Etta L. Etter resigned.
Iowa: Roberta, Hardin county, Mrs.
Alva Phrahorn, vice S. O. Wlndocker
resigned. South Dakoto: Folsom, Ouster
county, Leon J. Roeburk. vice Ray
Bwsn resisned. Kenviiie, Harding county,
Arthur Sloan, vice B. F. Robinson removed.
NOTES FROM WEST POINT
AND CUMING COUNTY
WEST POINT. Nov. l-The district
court for Cuming county will convene for
the regular fall term on Monday morn
ing. Judge Anson A. Welch of Waynes
will preside for the first time In thla
county. There are thirty cases on the bar
docket one criminal and twenty-nine
civil. Among the latter are four di
vorce cases and five aults In partition.
Tha docket Is about of tha average sixe.
The Jury Is called to appear on week
later, " November IS.
Fire completely destroyed ons barn.
granaries, windmill and other farm build
ings at th farm home of Emll Rabbas,
northwest of this city. Fire was set by
a small son of the family, playing with
matches In the barn. A horse and cow
were burned, and a large quantity of
hay and grain and farm machinery.
The house and a newly built barn were
.vens has resetted the city of the mar
riage at Sacred Heart church, Oleyen,
of Joseph Doernemann and Miss Lena
The Cuming county Sunday achol con
vention in annual session at WIsner,
Monday and Tuesday, November 22
susplces of the county board and la In-
tended to eliminate the periodical floods
which have, every year, caused great
damage to property and seriously threat
ened the river bridge. Similar work for
a like purpose is being done at WIsner
and it Is hoped that henceforth Cuming
county will not suffer as much In the
past from the disastrous floods thst were
of annual occurence.
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
DUBLIN. Ireland. Nov. L Ireland Is
gradually becoming aelt-snpporting m a
politics! sense, the latest returns show
ing that for the lsst year the taxes
come within Sl.3w.W0 of equaling the
expenditures. For 1913 the deficit was
M.ioo.ono, and for 112. it was over $7,000,
(00. An official report on relations between
Ireland an'd Great Britain shows how
the proportion of the population of Ire
land has fallen In relation to that of the
t.'nlted Kingdom as a whole, and la as
Census. Great Britain. Ireland.
1M1 ISO.fNiO 8.17S.OOO
inn ss.iw.om e.fno.one
11 .7no 0 0
lfOl S7,KK,0 . 4 4 mo
1311 40,830.00) 4.390.CO)
rut 9X i
Contractor Elslnger and his force of I TEN YEARS' SENTENCE
"of' VnP.w KTT C SS, FOR STEALING AUTOMOBILE
Elkhorn river at this place. My Monday
the laat of th brush and timber cover
ing a epoce 200 feet wide will have been
removed and the work of excavation
begun. The work la being don under the
MASON CITT, la., Nov. l-(SpeclaI
Telegram.) Roy Telford was today given
a ten years' . Indeterminate sentence for
stealing an automobile.
The Day's War New
Mill HAS BEEN CAPTURED by the
B-tcarlaae. This Serbian elty,
vrhlch kaa th aatloaal capi
tal garlag tha greater rt f the
war, fell ! th kaaaa at King
Firlu4'l forces after thre
's i fighv'lag, aw official aa
aaaaceaaeat frees Berllw state.
FROM HUH th Aaetro-Germaa
forces are fast rowdtaT down
ape th Serblaa anal. Three
tktsusd arteoaere wer eaatarea
by th Aaatr-Uraaa fai
wkleh eaatarea Vaxvej-la.
UHKKK CABINET SITUATION la
atlU waaettled. Klasj Oemstskntla
ta resorted frwaa Atheaa t har
prevailed M. Kalaais retaJa
tha arcsalerahla). altkeuk Paris
heard that th reslaraatlva at th
Zatmla cabinet baa We a definitely
aeeepted by th king.
IIKLU MARSHAL, Karl Klteheaer
aa bee a entreated with "a a I at.
porta at xalaalaa t th a ear aaat,"
at Lrftnaaa aeveapaaer aaaeaaaa, and
has already Sett Lestsa.
UtCKMAN t'BHAKINEt aval a ar
active la the Bf eslterraaeaa, Star.
lag saak tkraa ehlne, l"s rrenck
asl one iiaiiaa, la mpia aaceea
DISPATCH FROM ALGIERS tale
a(teraa added ajsothes ataaanev
' ta th list th Sla.1 Ferrac.
eaaa aft tha Alacrlaa aoaat.
IX ii ALICIA th Utnuuu dials t
have peaked ; Raaalaaa back t
their aid aaaltloa alaa th aaat
baak af tha Strtaa river autd ta
bare taken snara tkaa 9,000 aria
IK TUB DVINSK REGION th Raa
alaaa ar coatlaalag their erica,
lv, bst Bert la deelara their t.
taaapt t bra ah tha Ucrauts Haas
have been fatal.
PARIS UK PORTS the repalaa .(
Uerataa attack agalaat the
SMtaltlaa La Caartlave, ta tb
haMtiMtaia. Tha Bariia etate.
aaaat any tha rreach wera arlvea
aut af a part af a Uinaaa t reach
north af Maaalarca.
, Omaha ladlaa Sa Stepheas.
FREMONT. Neb., Nor. S.-(Speclal.)-A
party of sixteen Omaha Indians wer
tn Fremont for a conference with Con
gressman Dan V. Stephens regarding
matters of importance to th welfare of
th trlba. Th war accompanied by
Mrs. Mary Mitchell, an Interpreter. Con
gressman Stephens will present their re
quests touching their relation with ths
government at th next session of oon
grea next month.
Freaaaat Baotlagsrer Flaed.
FREMONT, Neb., Nor. S.-(Bpo1al.-John
Bmlth pleaded guilty to selling
liquor without license and was fined
ioo and costs In district court Under
th federal law Bmlth waa assessed SU.SS
as a license fee for th proportionate
year up to th Urn of bis arrest. Bmlth
was taken into custody three weks ago
after ha had sold a bottle of whisky to
a ueieoure. n iormriy oonauotd a
Batter and Egg Thief geateneed.
FREMONT, Neb., Nor. . (Special.
Ous Lundberg. a young man. pleaded
guilty to breaking Into tha plant of the
Fremont Creamery company and steal
ing a quantity of butter and eggs, and
waa sentenoed to from on year to lgbt
en month in the penitentiary.
A Tor 8ale" ad will turn second-hand
furniture Into cash.
A llaaeymaea Iaolaeat.
His name was Charlie anj they had
been married oniv a week, the was par
ticularly affectionate and their thln-
ailed apartment concealed littl of Im
port from curious nelchbora Una nluht
the neighbors gaaped in amaseiiient and
men euspennea ail otner thing to listen.
"Khe" was speaking in strident, angry
Vharlle,' she waa earing, Imperiously,
ii you ever come into tnia nous again
ana muody my carpets with your feet,
rlicht back home you got"
''Uoshl'A divorce," breathed the next
door man to hie wife. They spent most
of ths nlsht wondering whether the newly
wede could live together another week.
"Well, he had no right to spoil her car
pets. ' commented the wife with a, finality
that ended the discussion.
Next morning a eurly-halred black pun
waa cavorting over the lawn of the
"Charlie, the young wife waa saying to
the new pet, Ta sorry I ootdd vou
laat night, but your fret wer terribly
muddy.' -Columbus Dispatch.
P A. B. Widener ,
Financier, is Dead
PHILADELPHIA, Nor. 1-P. A. B.
Widener, widely known fl ancler, died
at his horns at Elktns Pars, near her,
Mr. Widener had . been 111 for some
time. He waa a dominant factor In th
street railway systems of this city, Nsw
York, Chicago and other cities. Hs was
Si year old.
Death la believe--, to have been due to
advanced age. For several years past Mr.
Widener had gradually been withdrawing
from directorships of a number of cor
porations In which he had formerly bean
active. At the time of hla death ha was a
director in the Land Title . and Trust
company of thla city, Philadelphia Trac
tion company, International Marina com
pany and tha Jarden Brick company.
Mr. Widener was a great lover of art
and bis collection of paintings Is said to
be on of th largest and most valuable
In th world. i
Mrs. Radolf Rajsky.
MADISON, Neb., Nov. .(Speclal.
Mrs. Rudolph Rajsky died Thursday
evening after an Illness of three months
of throat trouble and other complications.
Mary Havel Hajsky was born In Bo
hemia September 17. MM. January S, 187S,
she waa married to Rudolph Rajsky in
Bohemia, and tn 18SJ she emigrated with
her husband and young family to Amer
ica, settling in Chicago, where they re
sided until th spring of 1908, when they
cam to Madison, where they have stnos
resided. Deceased la survived by hsr
rged parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Havel.
and her husband, Rudolf, at home, four
sons and on daughter, James, Anton
and Rudolph and Mrs. Mary Rajsky of
Chicago, and August of this city; also
on brother, Joseph Havel of Chicago.
Funeral services will take place at
'clock Monday morning t St. Leonard's
church. Rev. Father Muenlch officiating.
Police Seize Plant
of London Globe
LONDON, Nor. Th printing plant
of tha London Olob. together with copies
or tha issues of yesterday and today, war
seised by ths polio thla afternoon.
NOTE TO GREAT BRITAIN
WILL BE PRINTED MONDAY
WASH INQTON, r'or. a Secretary
Lansing announoed today that th Amer
ican not to Grant Britain oa Interference
with neutral trade was deltvrd to th
British foreign offlc yesterday and by
mutual agreement will be published at
multanaously In this country and ta Oroat
Britain Monday morning.
Tke THOMPSON-BELDEN STORE
HOWARD AHD SIXTEENTH STREETS
New Silk Chiffon
In Black and Colors
A special showing; of
new shadea of bine ; some
lovely colon sure to
prove attractive. Plenty
of taffetas in other col
ors, but fashion is rather
inula tent about some one
of the new blues.
This fine showing of
Costume Velvets in
the new autumn shades
Soft and lustrous, exquisite
ly so, forty-two inches wide.
The newest shades of blue
and brown are conspicuous in
All at Its Best Now
It is Time to Start
Making Gifts of
The gift with a personality
that s the gift one makes.
Such gifts are prized more
than all else by real friends.
Our stocks of art embroi
deries are more extensive
today, offering scores of sug
gestions sure to appeal and
to inspire nimble fingers to
start at once making gifts
for the Christmas season.
We take orders for all
kinds of needlework, tatting,
crocheting and embroidery.
But we atuTis patrons who
wish the finished pieces for
Christmas to order early.
Art Needlework Section
A name in the Glove
World always associated
with the highest degree
The newest styles will add
distinction to any costume
and be a source of pride to
For late autumn and win
ter wear the new shades of
African brown, navy, taupe,
and the popular tones of
lemon and buff, and, of
course, black and white all
with self or fancy contrast
, Expert Fitters in
The Fashion Center of the Middle West
Featuring for Monday
New Coats of Velvet and Velour
$45, $55, $65, $69.50
Expressing those characteristics which make
Thompson-Belden apparel above the commonplace.
Graceful and distinctive with an air of exclu
siveness which can be "tailored in" only by master
workmen the best in their craft. ,
A Display of Modes That Will
Appeal to Well Dressed Women
Apparel Sections Second Floor
The Store For Shirtwaists
Hundreds of new Waists for tomorrow pur
posely priced to be picked up in a hurry and
leave a good impression. Also Negligees and
New Fall and
Hand Taaored by Hen
$45. $55. $65
Other Suits From
$17.75 to $24,75
Japanese Lunch Cloths, Napkins
and Table Runners
Quaintly Oriental and dainty in design, service
able, of course, but also unusually attractive.
72x72 Lunch Cloths. . . .$2.50
12x12 Napkins, dosen. .$1.00
13x70 Table Runners... 19o
Linen Section Main Floor
86x38 Lunch Cloths. ... 75o
45x45 Lunch Cloths. . . .11.00
54x54 Lunch Cloths. . . .$1.50
63x63 Lunch Cloths. . . .$1.75
In the Bedding Section You'll Find
Good Substantial Qualities
At Moderate Prices
Many Decided Saving's Monday
Excellent Wool Blankets,
in broken plaids, gray, blue
and pink, also white, with
pink and blue borders ; large
size 70x82, at $7.00 a pair.
50 Fairs of Wool Nap
Blankets, in gray, tan and
white, assorted color borders,
size 70x80, extra heavy)
would be cheap at $3.00 a
pair; while they last, $1.88 a
Embroidered Pillow Cases,
hemstitched or scalloped
edge, size 45x36, assorted de
signs, fine quality of muslin ;
only 63c a pair.
Wool-filled Comforts, silk
mull coverings, beautiful
patterns in rose, blue, pink,
helio, and yellow, size 72x84,
Bath Robe Blankets, all
new patterns, large size
72x90, complete with cord
and frogs, at $2.50, S3.C0 and
Women Who Wish
to Look Right
From Top to Toe
Cannot afford to neglect
their footwear. Particularly
so this Fall and Winter sea
son, when Apparel Fashions
give such unusual promi
nence to Milady's shoes.
The perfection of "Soro
sis Shoes" has been attained
only by constant attention to
excellence of workmanship,
originality of styles, dainti
ness of design and choice of
superior quality materials.
Models suitable for aU oc
casions are here in our stocks
now. Monday we would like
an opportunity to show them
$3.50 to $9 a Pair
Your gown cant possibly
look right if its foundation
the corset is not right. We
fit Bedferns correctly
Thompson-Belden & Co.
HOWARD AMD .SIXXCEWLTH C.T.RECT3
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