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THE ' OREGON
JOURNAL-PORTLAND, FRIDAY. EVENING,' OCTOSR 1, 1213.
Naf Wither- Says buffering
. There NotSo Great as Was
. Stated; Loss Overestimated
v.j 'Tfci: Hi'ejasaas ;;'''K:,V:!
Nat "Wither, mining superintendent ot
Portland, arrived in nom, aiubm, ui
day before its partial destruction A by
- Btorm. Ma had walked SO mUe train
the Goose Creek dredge mine, PslP
throurh Solomon and Safety en the way,
l;oth tnese towns were obUterated by
ih tnrm H waa awakened at . t
o'clock in the morning by te lnornM
tlon that the Elite rooming noose n
Nome, -where he wae sleeping, vu elleV
, Ing into Bering urn.-- ? .-.-. .
Mr. wither arrtved W "Portlend.
terday evening; first of the Nome sur
vivora to reach here, iis mi p
; tie, arriving there yesterday Vn the
. steamer Vloto1 i It eV ss...-;-y
Ha vividly described the storm. - Tne
wind had blown several day With toree,
he said, but It suddenly acquired a ye
Jocity of J miles an hour. It lifted ,
wave-wall ef water le feet nigh into
the city; Nothing gouid remain tiMhe
path of the flood. People left their
, goods and ran Ja blttey cold W the filf h
The diet for dayV then, '"" eonglr
nuts and coffee. It appened that up
town bakeries had not tees-disturbed
and they were equipped for the produex
. tion or emergency quenwee
nuts. Prices were not raised, either,
One could get ell be wanted dough-
, nuts and coffee for II eotiV wM, Mr,
' Wlther.v'',t''','-'-,'','fV-','il:" J''
i "Nome Is rebuilding, t said, 'Where
Eolomon. distributing point, was, s
, lira hn m. sandbar. n . . '- -r
; -In Nome, stores nd buildings sufr
(fered moat But the city wag not ever,
whelmed. ' I find, since my arrival to
rortland. that- a subscription for the
relief of Nome has been started. I do
not consider this necessary, unless It be
for :a few very por famines, pnnov
ball Eskimos. t ' '
"The merchants saved SS per ent of
their stocks. Their losses averaged
- ISOO te $1000 apiece. Some claims for
S2000 to 13000 were put In by those who
didn't suffer any harm at all. These
relied on the sympathy the results of
the storm created. 1
'i "It was reported that the total less
was 11,600.000. I think this too much."
Mr. Wither has. been engaged in gold
mining operations In Alaska during the
past three years.' i ,.', l
VON KLEIN AGAIN LOSES
f IN TRIAL" FOR LIBERTY
(Salmi Barcaa o Tfea Jearaal.l
. f Salem, Or., Oct. St. The attorney for
J5. E. C Von Klein, who is in Multnomah
county Jail under Indictments for lar
ceny and polygamy, pursued the wrong
.'course when he endeavored to free his
rlient by ashing the supreme eourt for
writ of mandamus to compel Judge
. borrow ef department 1 ot the Multno-
jrvah county circuit court to dismiss
the indictments against Yen Klein and
release the prisoner. , He should have
'takes bis ease before the supreme court
on appeal from Judge Morrow's order
refusing to dismiss tije Indictments.
i This Is the opinion "of the supreme
court handed down yesterday afternoon.
Immediately prior to the -departure of
the court for Pendleton to bear eastern
Oregon eases. The opinion, which, was
Written by Chief Justice McBrlde, Who
at nret peremptorily denied the appll
" ration for a writ of mandamus and later
changed his mind and permitted the at
torney for Yen . Klein to argue the
natter before the 'court, says that such
n extraordinary action will net be
taken when provision la made for an
i ppeal from the order of the lower eourt
refusing to dismiss the Indictments. .
STATIONARY- ENGINEERS 4 .
1 ; CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY
' ' ' ".. ' ;.J,
Portland's stationary engineers, cele
1 .rating the twenty-first anniversary of
the founding. of the national association,
. entertained fellow craftsmen from
Kalem and Baker Wednesday night with
a banquet at the Commercial club,
About 7 persons attended, though all
, were not engineers of the "sUUonarjr"
, type. , ..;. ..
I W. t Barley, chief engineer of the
IVirtland Bailway. 14ght A Power com-
' j any, is vice president of , the local as
sociation and meted as ' toastmaster.
lirlef addresses were made by nearly
everyone present, with "Education" as
the general topic" Report were made
ty Oregon's delegates to the Inter
rational convention that, recently was
l eid in the east. ,- .-' . ..
r ii ,....
lUfht oa the the premhei - . :
On' hort notice, r . ;
Enable the weirer to ,.J1' ;.-.,.'
Notice both ' the actor snd the pro-
. irtramg t fhg tame time. . .
Classes; properiy' fitted if-'i
Leave" redoubt W your A
in. ha tu,..k...-'l'.." 4 '1 1 '.
Scientifically iitted by' mt,;tv& yot
-ee with. .treater?:H-i?::;,.'-lase
than trying continually to "4
Tee without ,flaisei;r.!cheap';oneiI'
".ap the, benefit of yeara' 'of
r.xperlence gndogbllity,-, , V"
rias the knowledge 0f eyeg,".:- "
Lawyers, dof tort, ' , w '
Accountants and jalty . C" l
Cannot but appreciate the - r'"J'
r.ffort .that .brings, about, the Xr'J:
desired relief front 'properly fitted
. f tji'i:v'';'''?,w",''i;',;;-Ti
i Eyeilght peclali'';r.
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Substitution. of Names. lnvolv-
'i uig mil aiiujLViioiiftciupc
Was ' Unintentional,'
- C'tlirchandico of CMeritlOnW
; ; V SM)BJSBSJSNPSJS
tTplntentlenal injustice was dene Vr.
and Mrs. Jaclt - Wempe, of 99 East
Twenty-slith street North, Wednesday,
by the publication of s, story of fric
tion between Mr. Wempe and ,'Adolph
Sohoenberger, which - terminated in a
polio. court hearing..' wM .
By inadvertance, Mr'if, and ' .' Mra
Wempe's names appeared where Mr, ctad
Mrs. , gchoenberger's should have been.
The story was based on an assault
case " which ' was ' heard before Judge
Stevenson In munlcipa,! court V The
judge dismissed the case.' According to
the evidence introduced Mr, choenberg
er went to the Wempe home for the Pur
pose of seeing whether Mr. Wempe,
contractor,, had a position ppen.
, Wempe' began questioning Shoenberg
er In regard to his discharge from the
army and as to bis personal habits, and
as result they engaged in a souffle.
Lter Bchoenberger swore out a war.
rant charging Wempe with assault,
On the stand Wednesday Mrs. Iohoen
berger testified that prior to her mar
riage to Sohoenberger. : be was in the
army and that be secured his discharge
by pretending to be morphine fiend.
so they could 'be married. She' stated
that she provided him with the drug to
carry out the scheme, and that he was
finally, given his discharge after: the
officer had confined him to the guard;
house for some time in n effort to
break him of tbs 'hehlt,' -,'i
in- the published story, Mrs. Wempe's
name was used In plaoe of Mrs. gchoenberger's.-
Mr. Wempe never was In. the
army and Mrs. Wempe was not called
to the stand. : v. A. Crum, acted as at
torney Yor Mr. Wemna in the nroceed.
Ings. .People who have known Mr.
Wempe for many rears, speak hlthlv
of his persona and hualneee reputation.
Was Pioneer 6F Oregon and
Associated. With State's,
tarly Growth- - n
4 (Salem Bareia ef The Jeninel.t
Balem, Or., Oct. 14. Zarilda Miller.
widow of the lat John P. Miller, died
here at 9 o'oloek , tbls , morning from
aoute Indigestion,' which attacked her
yesterday, while she was visiting at the
nome or her daughter, Mrs. James R.
Coleman, near Salem. Mrs. Miller was
one of the pioneers of Oregon, and ner
nueoana, w wag prominenOy Wentlned
with the early history of the state. She I
was t years old. ghe. wag born In Mis
souri In lt2t,.-;l'l:-'1-i.yy,':' :":
In lstl she wae married to Mr. Mil-1
ler in- Ranooipn county, Missouri, and In
iibi iney creasea the plains ana settled I
near Portland. Front there they went
to Jackson county and took donation
land claim, : Mr. JllUer participated In
the Rogue Rjver Indian war, after which
he was commissioned by the government I
to transfer the Jndltns to the Qsande
Bond reservation, where be was Indian
agent, for four years, He wag a major i
general In the Modoo Indian war.
The couple moved to Baiem in ISIS.
Mr. Miller was one of' the commission
ers that supervised the building of the
capitol. He died In 1901, y Mrs. Miller
leaves four daughters, Mrs. James W.
Cook of Portland. Mrs. James R, Cole
man, who lives, near Salem; Mrs. P. H.
Dawson of Boise, and Mrs. 8. h, Hayden
.Tbs funeral will be bald here Sunday
afternoon at t o'clock from the Episco-j
pal church. Rev, Mr, Gin off touting.
I0URT TELLS WHEN 4 ' :
AGENT BECOMES PEDDLER
(Salrm Bereae ef Tba lanrnil.l . v
i Salem, Or., Oct. 24. The question ot
when an agent for an eastern supply
house ceases to be an agent and becomes
peddler, is Illuminated In an opinion
banded down yesterday afternoon by the
supreme. court in connection with the ap
plication of R. G. Case for a writ of
habeas corpus directed to the sheriff of
Coos oounty. The writ is denied.
In an .opinion written by Justice
Eakln, the court holds that so long as
an agent takes orders for goods In thff
state and sends out to another state to
have those orders filled his activities
eome under the regulations of; the In
terstate Commerce get and he is not
subject to paying a peddler's license:
but so soon as he ships Into this state
supply ; of gooda which, ho has , on
hand before ho' takes his' orders ' and
from which he fills his orders, then he
becomes a peddler and Pjunt pay ped-
aier-g license, , , , f .
RANTS PASS VOTES
FOR RAILROAD BONDS
"V"".-? 'I'll in r, i-X.A.V i-l ft-.-f
Grants Pass- Or - Oct. ti irnt
Pass yesterday by a vote of 97 out Ot
ties votes oast, autnorised a municipal
oona SBue os siuv.vuu lor tne nuiidln
ef the first 10-mile unit of the railroa
to the coast, the Grants Pass-Crescent
City llllei. ;). 'jfim v '.;,f ;;!,..
This first upit' to be constructed by
me cny win exiena . to wuaerviilo in
the Applegate valley. . It - Is believed
inat inis acuon on tne part of the city
will assure the financing of the road
m Daiance or me way to the coast,
'! Hebrew School Election,
Among the off ioera of the Portland
Hebrew school for the next year who
were reelected were Jaoob Asner, presi
dent, and rBanders Hurmlts, financial
and reoordlng secretary, , The president
reported that the school is in a flour
UHlng, oondlUoa. and that there Is a
large attetidanof of children of both
sexes, all of whom are eager to learn
more of their native religion and Ian
guage. He also reported that the finan
cial affairs of the school were in good
condition, , iw , , ...
''A ! J. ! nil I ' i, ..V,1:pff
: Conunlgsioner In Informed. - '
? I"' '.v ' 8lem Bureae of The Jounul.) .
Balem, Or, Oct. 2. Information has
reached Corporation Commissioner R, A.
Watson that the Water-Mobile Under
writers, a concern with headquarters at
Vancouver. B. C- Is sollcitlner tha aU
of stock In this state'wlthout comply.
Ing with the corporation .1 laws. The
ooncern . l not even Worteo;':;.n
1 n uunuij '
nii p win ma eorae exceptional
chances .te save money furniehins' vour
home: look under "Household Goods" In
the classified section. You cen turn a
ooi uresses ;
.. Of Winter ,Wcighi WasK Galatea ;':: .
; Of Serges and Heaw Gingham . y ,
Go oii SaletSaturda3KR)r First Time' v
51,50 Galatea Dresses 98c
' Made iof excellent frgd of heavy (gl
' 'gteg in three' different styles, Corag in
brown,' IJjiht or dirk , Wug itripeg ' on
white ground. Trimmed with bands of
eontraatlng color and nest braids. Walst
d styles with plented rtlrts, 5Uj 2 to
J6.00 Serge Dresses 52,95
Glove Sdta i
tlXO Novelty' Cpi Ql 1Q
Gloves, : tifrccial. ,. .. pllQ
-CP cloves with embroidered
backs, made f soft, flexible stock.
One-clasp P, JC, M, sewn. Chown
iA black, ran nd i,lov
that VriU jivg y0l excellent: wear,
$1.25 Lambskin -j- Qr
Gloves, gpccitl. .t p G
-Heavjr pique sewn embroidery
back lambskin gloves in tan, white
nd ry.: ; ; - ,
$1.60 Glace Gloveg,',
A fine pique sewn glace (love,
embroidered in black, wbitt and
contrastingT shades. First Floor
urn,. I .'Rrf.Jtjr
V it 10.
. ,'. r. v m .
The lVIost Striking and Exclusive Trimmed Hata :
V- V V; , " " Of Softest Velvet and: Plush
Exact Reproductions of Original Imported Models
JPlain blues and brown serges, trimmed
nrim vuiN aim vvi4 jj, ,( , 1 ' . -i v v Mwvev sev . - ts , ,
with silk and soutache braids In.a num. ; Kot particularly thir chic effecta of iest haisJ-they hav an individual. tyla which one ! .
v y "'- h florn noaa la tne average rcopieanatsi w naa tnem reproduced to our special oraerv no lor
iraterigVhs wigivg long wear and 1 unf an(j jze pr fixe; exactly as the original hats. And theno original French models were ere-
make ideal icTieoi dreisea, , Welulnished ated by a famoua Pariaian designer, who U n5ted for his extremely clever creations. They art
in every particular. , f . made of fine, soft olush and velvet in stvles as are shown in the above illustration and can be
ob r. i e ' t 5 s tvi i rn ' o: i.i .o naa in uiaac taupe, ana midnient blue, witn tne mmmine on tne tront ana side. Ana tnia trim-
VJCim wpcwai c.. jnjng j, eitheP imitation almttea, or aoft, imported "grs" which is also shown in various attrac, .
v-ht-tz w..y-. jrwef . , " -wvo colors as well as owe,' y
Of checked elnehama in varioua alee check blue, brown and pink ,. i. ... " ' v ,
combined with white, . In long French waieted styles with pleated skirts.
Waists trimmed in three different styles, Some with siaare neck and;
Second Floor. -
' short sleeves, others- high neck and lone sleeves, yoka effete and aide-
trimmed affects," Also bloomer dresses in straight belted Style, trimmed
Vwitb bands of contrasung materials and nest braids, , , Fourth Floor
; -No Store Is as Satisfactory at This Store W
3jSc Garments, Special 2$a 7Se Boy Underwear 6Qp
v-.U"feiU- nti tmW.r V Bova' shirts and 'drawers.
UIMIW . "i:..""llf,;.i;' ' - - '
uogvy, warm, ecrv oottaa ar me.
dium heavy white or ecru, fine
ribbed cotton, for ages 5 to 18
years. ? Shirts have etsyed shoul
ders that, keep the sleeves fat
place Drawers have - double)
gossets and aateen fronts. "
90c Union Suits Sp'l. 7Se
Boys1 silver grsy cotton union
suits, heavy, soft and warm,
Made with closed crotch, collar
etts neck, and stayed shoulders.
$12$ Union Suits, $1.00
heavy, weight, white or rgilfer ,
y grey jcottonif fleeeed?vestg htve
collarette nek . with'mercerlged
brimming that wilt not ur yel- -
low In laundering. " Full siaed
75c Garments,' Special SQe &
'yfUAe weight 'vwooi.rniged S
ribbed veate .or pantalets wbita ,
or silver grey, igeg 1 to 10 yre -
I Durable,'. soft,Sifine i garments
hat "arer designed' for . warmth
gnd long'weirv!'!!. i li
rae?i,:! r r-ie?; ?lf Ai' 'i,7, ; ewta.
w!f :,,yf'nf .fyi:',.weigbt wool mijea, or warm
Union suits for girls or boys, gcru Balbriggan, . Also medium1
fleece Jlned, white or gray, fine weight cotton in white or ecru,
ribbed cotton,, heavy, soft and T.Made with the collarette neek,
warm; For ages td 10 yearg, .s gtgyed t shoulders and cuffs on
,-Same.'tai above; -;1argef sises,' sleeves. . Flat; on-irritatlng
':pa gale at 5 y'yt-' eeams thtoughouV ': 4th Floor
Hi - it
: ; :? i Just in the Nick of Time , ; v -v
1 00 Boys' Suits Arrive for Saturday Sale1
' - r. , . Of Serges, Mixtures, Checks and Diagonals . ' :,
; Go on Sale Saturday fbir $5r00;i ;:h
-The very best 'suits that money can buy-Hwitt that reflect the best ; in tail r
orihghaying taped seans--nd finished in a manner that would do credit ;
to a rnade'ioorder garment Made of extra quality blue, serge good-looking 7.
niiaturev new diagonals, checka and herringbones. In.taIU browns, gray,
oxfords and blues, Norfolk and sack styles.' Soma of the suits come with! ',.
an extra pair of tuiickerbockcrs.
Sizes from' 6 to 11
il l V; .w
HIc ; - Another; Special Offering of Bovs $1 .25
; I ; Gbrdurdy Knickierbbckers ; 7 9c i i
s ' IVtVC S BOUND TO CREATE GREATEST ENTHUSIASM ;
Bxtralcnickerbockera rnada.of good serviceable brown : and mousa cbloired
.corduroy, finished with taped seam throughout" This is tba most practical -
. kind of paitta fori the Jowlns boy. VAU sixes from 8 to 18 years. , "
"l Boys $ 1 .00 S Abol Blouses and Shirts. Special 75c . V
Blouses of striped percales and plain solsettea in the tapelesa style having soft golf collar. Per boys from ;
6 te 14 years. The shirts are made of a good e-uality percale in sixes from to 14. - w
r Bathrobes that ar. rjust. Hkt fathers'' imade of Beacon blankets in bordered styles with cord tie at the
-&eckrJay4owr collar and heavy cord girdle,: tin' red," gray, blue and tans." 'For boys from 2 to 16 years. , - ?
BoyCaps at 35c. to $1.75 Bach ; A ' Z
-Nowhere else in town will you find such a variety of caps for the email boy. There are all the new finrllsh
shapes in soft mixtures, as well as the regulation styles, : , In plain serges, and the mixtures ere in colors tbat-t
,Mv-M Te44M4S W 44 UV 4lki
Lined and unlingd.
. l .' ... aaa Paii V rnmUin ef iah C1i nt.
; 7-. Drugs and Toilet Requisites , ' J; V
In this sale you have the opportunity of selecting any article you '
vwish in Column No. 1. and by adding I cent to its cost you may ',
have any .article. in . Colu fl
i For instance you may purchase a regular 50c jaf of fFompeian
Massage Cream for the special price of 29c and by adding lc more,
.you may also purchase a nail file, face sponge, or any other article ',
in Column No. Z, making the total for both articles. 30 cents. - -
SOc Theatrical Cream 39c Orange Wood Sticks. .Vc
185 New Coats for Chijdreiv
J, - ?to Shears Old ; '4' TS
t y , Scarcely Two Alike .
In an Immeuse, Variety, of Materials v "
( Representing an Entire Manufacturer's tv
i y .-' Sample Line .'t''
, That Sell Regularly at $3.50 tpifoOO ; 7 . .
' 50e Pompeiah Cream 29c
25c Spuibbs Talc, Pdu 19c
' SOc Almond Meal. . y18c
, SOc Hind's Cream. . . .35c
25c Frostilla 1 " , , .'. '. 14c
25e Holynos Paste fi'l 6c
25c Packer's Tar Soap 16c
' 25c Woodbury s Soap 19c
91 Listerlne ...... n65c
$1 Glyco Thymoline . . 69c
SOc kavoris . ; , . . . .39c
; 25? Peroxide , , , ,, . V . 16c
SOc Vanilla Extract . ..26c
SOc Day Rum, iH ... .39c
, St.C0 Sutherland's ; Hair
Chamois Shin , . ,. . i , lie
Emery iBeirdijfi0 tc
, Glycerine Soapiy , fc
: Oatmeot, Soap' A , .' . ;ic
Cough Drops v...i. . vo
Pumice Stone . i . ,c
s Quinine Capsules i . . . ,7c ,
Tweezers ''. Tti ,1c ,
Lamb's Wool Puffs.... lc
Camphor Ice. .le
Cpaom 5off pound ,,,. ,
?oa IKaf r, 2 dunce. .Ic
' Fonw i ,:'v; . ... . . V.cTdc A6aoroent Cotton. 1 ox lei
60a Steam's Rouge... 25c Seidlitz Powders,, .,
SOata Vlda Rouge.. . 29c Face Sponge . ...,. i.Jc ,
bounds of possibility for any house to ofer a greater assortment of V .ir 'la ?1?00 rowaers 4 , . ,ic
v the newest and prettiest children's eoata" at anywhere near this price, . wc Vria. . , . ;,39c. Medtcme Glass. ...,:ic
These little garments were secured from a 'manufacturer whose en- :
tire supply of materials wag entirely sold out, and fortius reason we
were able to purchase all his sample, coats. It 'is not within the
Of fine cloths, corduroy and chinchillas In navy blue, cadet, rose, red. "
, tan, brown and black.' Made ut the box style, with and without belts.
Trimmed with velvet or plaid collars and cuffs, or self-materials, and "i
fancy buttons, , , v 1 , , , - -' Fourth Floor ,
I These Are the Smartest aniNewest V, 7
v ; . Silk Dresses for Juniors . S
f That You Can Buy Anywhere for $15.00
: Priced Here Saturday at $ 1 1 ,95 r
'Made of soft mescaline In'navy, plum, Copenhagen, ,
- mahogany, wistaria or darie wme, colors. ; Two different
styles,; bow made with, vests of white net br tulle- over
.silk, foundation, trimmed with tiny accordion-pleated '
; frills, and shell pearl buttons. Round .neck, long sleeves. ,
'' Skirts are made in new draped models. Some of these '
dresses have a touch of contrasting colored silk in vest
and girdle. " r , f- 1 '' ? " ' , ,
Handsome dresses that have' never been offered at.
anything like this price. , Beautifully finished in every '
..particular,,- ' Fourth Fbor.
: . '-I' ,
Is Close at Hand'
Do not let' it find you without
your party , preparations com
pleted. We are-here to assist vou
by aupplying all. your wants in the way of decorations, .
; favors, inviutions, greetings and novelties for all man
ner of uses. Table decorations ;are ; especially gorgeous .
snd varied and we can furnish everything to complete
your table from place cards to centerpieces. . i.(
Table decorations such Place cards. 33c tA
us; wucftr, mull, oiacR .
cats devils and- comic ,
..' L. - i r f
France Hodgson Dametfs
. Latest Novel
Now on Sale.
New Arch Supporters
Special $1.00 Pair: r ,
In this era of progress, where HXJS
TLB is the watchword, it requires a
quick, snappy . step to maintain the
pace, Yon cannot do - this if .your
feet are paining you every time you'
' step. .
,; Do not wait,until you have fallen
. arches before you adopt precautionary '
measures, but give your feet the added'
protection they deserve by getting
i pair of arch eupportenu w, ,
-These are the newest im
i proved arch supporters, and are.
, much lighter then thsrordinsry kindt
Iet give satisfaction in every particu-'
ir. ;' ' ' , ' , y - y:
And the price is less than one-third ,
what you usually pay for guaranteed
arch supports. ' 'Basement
; Custom Made Shoes
For Misses and Children '
The. very latest and 'most; fash
ionable high shoes for misses' can.
be found here in all sizes. . There
are shoes of ' patent ,'colt vamp
with black doth tops. ' . . .
, Prices $3.00 and $3.50
Storm Boots ;,
Just the kind for all-around-'
about wear, of dull calf button
style, and.gunmetal calf vamps,"
with matt calf toppings. Nature
shaped lasts, i choice oak leather
soles, Goodyear welt process."
Prices $3.00, $3.60 and $4.50
Jack o Lanterns. Priced
"from 5c to $1.50 each.
Dinner favors, $1 doz.
Put favors, horns,
masks, etc., 3c, 6c
and 10c each, yy
for decorating, 40c
the spray, .
-Decorated crepe paper
15c the roll. ;
Paper plates, quaintly
decorated, two sizes, 25c
and 35c the dozen.' -
Halloween lunch '
sets, 25c and ,3Zc.
ers, 10c lox. -Halloween
35c a dozen.
$1.50 H. & W. Brassieres
Special $ 1 .00
, Cross-back style brassieres with
round neck and reinforced under the
erm. Made of ailover embroidery and
finished with narrow embroidery in -scallop
In all sizes and suitable for stout,
medium and glender figures.
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