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<m&immm*mmmm*li*H*Mmmmm« • ''GJ^KVA\j3AiJUI > fiffiS THOl{Bimi,'J?lilK0AKl M, ISfcu f wm*>m*i*g*mnmm «• ONE CENT A WORD .-* 6 Consecutive IflsettSort* for Cost of 5, Nc Advertis?njen« Ta««n for Les$ T%«n» a%. rtASSIFlED ^> AMD WANT DEPARTMENT !!*- 1 f Home PB6ri^|f, Bell Phone 315 &« *» V #»*« * ;^ — LOST AND FOUND LOST—1 automobile chain for 34x4 l 1 mder return to Swcenej-'s ot- l Stneca_St_. ' 883 LOS r—$20 011 street; Finder ploasa r t irn to Times office. Reward. 873' ll^Li MAtiXluli, FEMALE »--—•—. r ^-i 1, I,,,) „• iinn, , „ MM | | n 1 • .ii 111IHI..n 1111 1 <* WOMAN—Wanted to do ironing and «I ttmg one day each week. Inquire t> 3» 00k tS. . , 876 GIRLS—Wanted to work in light airy f ory at good. iyages. See descrfp* t display ad \on page 4, Standard ] kal Co., Geneva, N. Y. 643 DISHWASHER wanted at V. M. rt aurint. . • . C. A. SOS GtPL nintcd for general housework. wabbing. Mrs. i \ B. Dorsey, 523 »• Main street. 867 Gil L OR WOMAN- wanted. Clark's 1 T,ui ant, 83 N. Genesee street. 812 LADV STENOGRAPHER—Wanted to «I -)/Bci work and typewriting. Ad- 1 3 i-SO Times office. 850 MISCELLANEOUS HOOFING—Asbestos Asphalt stat* coat and metal at all kinds. They . Ptaiect you2 home from nelghhoj'tt?; Area and 1 educe Insurance rates. Estimates tree. 3orm A, Pontlu-% Ml FOR SALE KEEP YOURHENSSHELLINiG out eggs in spite of cold weather by us- ing Pratt's Poultry Regulator. Sold on. money back guarantee by H. J.' Welch & Co. , 872 ANDES RANGE—For sale: Dishes, 35 yds. matting, flat Irons, scales, dark mint lantern, flexible flier Bled, almost -new and other household fur- niture.. 30 Elmwood Ave.' ' 848 30 SHROPSHIRE SHEEP—For sale, 4 ewes and ram, registered. Reason- able price if taken at once. Deane Lightfootc, Phone Il-Fr22, 864 ROOSTERS for sale—3 Rhode Island reds and 2 brown leghorn. 13. M,' Wooden, Preema£ion Road. Bell Phone 2G-F-18. \^ 86? LADY-Wanted. ago 21 to 40 to oper- ) NEW\ 0 IL~BU?NER for sate for cook bookkeeping machine. -A good po>. ^ i«i(I n Address, giving qualifications, «t I \»• Times offlee. BIB GOOO KITCHEN WOiMAN—Wantod * >n(p \-Apply Steward Coxo Hall, JI ut Cwllega -.:..,.. «.„.„.JBa,i- CHAMB-E-R—MAIP—Wt^Jttofl,... -cxpeiu jenoed also assistant cook and nur- i<a-j m-rid.- Sfaa.-Jack Hairis, Lo«ktend Road 837 stove. Will \Sell cheap. A. L. Sinford. Phone 4-F-4. * 871 MAN'S HEAVY ULSTER for sale. Size about 38. A good lengthy coat made of \before the war\ material. \\Weff-'lISeSi :\\ An eseellenl eeat -for . driving purposes. ^ Price quire Times Office. *12JQ!L. In-1 g irnum 801 GjjILS wanted' over 16 years of age. ,>- Lifcht w orlt. and good pay. Apply Qii~ \jxewt Cutlery Co. 646 HELP WANTED—MALE HORSES for sale—Extra good lot at Wood's stables. Sale every day. Auction sale Saturday afternoon. ^^ = 3EWO-MARfl+ED--lVlEN«^SKantad,- _ca»~|—Pred D. Hartranft.. - — -771 liable Work on farm by year. Good w.ifeeo and prrvflegeik. J.. Rv-Maney &' Tiro fameca Castle, N. Y. 874 -Ufr MAN—Wanted at one© for a few days. Rochester Ice Cream Co. 880 WOMAN FARMER wishes to hire a CoropiUnt helper on, the farm. Must be sober and reliable- Good wagos. Ultfcunco required. Address F-S2 Timet oTficfe. 864 \TWO MARRIED MEN—Wanted • by the J c ir us farm teamsters. Good '\wagea paid. Apply at White Springs Farm nffi^o Fairfax Block, Geneva. N Y 824 SINGLE MAN—Wanted on farm, good wages or I can use married man. Good Treadwell. plat t Pholp t > live. Carl J. N. Y. Phone 20-2. 840 BARREL AND- SACK 8A0.T In sale. Geneva Mills! C. C. Davlooa 118 L ' • ' ' i \ • ' \ ' & OIL MEAL _?or sale. Low ton pries. Geneva Mills. C. C. Davison. Ill WILL HAVE ON AND after February; 10th fresh load of Iowa farm mares and general purpose horses. Wm. -Bowes,- Scyftiour Alloy, phone 118-Jr- 690 ROOMS KOK KENT 2 ROOM furntshod, APARTMENT—For 114 Pulteney St. ' rent, 877 ROOMS—For rent, well heated, light and clean, electric light, hot .water, bath, near Optical Works, 10 Hamp- ton Place. \ 881 TENANT MAN—Wanted, to work on | farm inquire It. B. Burtis, Oaks Cor- r neis, N Y. Geneva Phone 32-F-31. I * S42 SARRIED MAN—Wanted. Good ro- U\bli n work on Bcllwood farm by th« ^ \ r arid board gome help. W. N. Cimpboll, managter. Ptone 333-X. - 843 -5H+&LE MAN wanted to wor-k by montli on farm near Geneva. Com- mence April 1st. Address F-76 Office 830 FIR8T FLOOR—For rent over Day- light grocery for offices. 6 rooms. In- quire\ A. G. Questa. 883 LARGE HEATED ROOM for rent (or ono or two gentlemen. Electricity and bath. «Inquire 06 Milton St., corner of Union. 664 FOUR UNFURNISHED ROOMS for rent. Bright, cheerful, very few Im- provements, has private entrance and very central, rent reasonable. Inquire 108 Lewis St. 753 52 GENESEE 8T—Furnished rooms for 'rent for light housekeeping, also stoepttfteTgoms. G&Si bath: steam heat.\ board if desired. * 807 OeUntj Down v I* Through Classified Advertising you can sell Real* Estate, aecuro tenants tor houMi, office*, store's, faotoriet, halle, apartment*, fuW niahedroomi; find {oat artiolea, feour«, desirable work, or cap-, ablo worker*, aelJ..u*ed article*. • In other wprda, THROUGH CLASSIFIED COLUMNS you\ -can-qet the r*»u)t~ypu «eek—if it -f» • re»ult-advertiainB«an bring you. Bate GniPtmny '*-Wor£ liffn- 26ev -JSJx. .times.—fa«.>tiw. Price) of B. e take Ads by phone. Call 18. LADIlES—Save your combings. We make'them for you Into awfiches, • transformations. \We—also carry a complete line of switches, puffs, curls, , pomjradourg and front pieces. 3Dyeing . switches a' specialty. Mabel JJonnan i Clark, 428 Exchange street. 149 FORD TOURING CAR—Wanted, de- livery or chassis combination. Ad- dEesaF^SS Tinles office. 876 FORP-ROABSTE Rr-For-sai&, -splen- did running order, good tires, shock .absorbers. Cash. Address F-84,Times ofBc'e or phone 194. ' 870 SERVICES OFFERED AUeXJONS 'AUGTION^f^Three gaod farm horses, one new milch cow, five shoats, a» full line of farm implements and small I tools, and a varied quantity of house- \hold goads will be offered by me at public sale at my farm, two miles east -of Benton Station and three, Wiles south of Befiona at 10:00 a. m. Wed- nesday, Feb. 18th. Wm. C. Reed. Ed^ Black auctioneer. \**\ . 873 !•=* A LIFE'S ROMANCE By WALTER J. DELANEY FLATS JFOP. REST 4 A keyed advertisement, that is, • • eno in which the^adrfreie f« given • • In: care of some numbnr, \ Times • • office can -only be answered by a • • fetter. • • Do not telephone asking for the • •. name or addre** ' of.the adver- ..# • titer, as the* office employees are • • not allowed to give out this In- • IiTV*\•*••*• •••t|JAK£S-WEAT TO TIGER CAT WANTED TIES—Wanted by Lehigh Valley rail- road. Good prices, Address H, J. Mc- Quade, purchasing agent, 143 Liberty St., New York city. 691 SPLIT BEANS wanted. \ DayUght grocery, 120 Seneca street. 869 TYPEWRITER wanted to buy in good repair, -Phone 161-J. 866 FIVE FOOT FLOOR CASE wanted. State price first letter*. Address box 17, Romulus, N. Y. 857 KEROSENE-STOVE wanted—Second- hand, two burner, for school use. Ruth Baldridge, Stanley, N. T. Stan- ley Phone 17-Y-+. 869 MARRIED MAN wanted to . take- chafgo of 75 acre farm with small daii-\ Only reliable party need np- —ply 1 eft renecs reoulred. State same In ipplU-atlon, Address F-70, Times office 704 YOUNG MEN wanted for Railway \,all clerks $110 month. Experience un- necessary. For free particulars ex-' __a»- (nations, write R. Terry (former Government Examines), 465 Gcmt'n;. cntai Bldg., Washington. 505 fi_ TENANT f».EN wanted to work on Trull farm. Good wages. DUmon Bros 438 CENSUS CLERKS, railway mail clerks mall carriers wanted by Gov- ernment. Thousands men, women needed $1100 year. Common educa- tion sufficient. List positions free, tlrgen* Write today. Franklin In- stitute, DepU 294-S. Rochester, N. T. «00* REAL ESTATE FOR SALE PLAN A HOME—Lots on Lenox Park, head of Washington street; special privileges, easy terms; also four acres on William street. Good well, -eleven forest trees. Illustrated booklet free. Charles D. Bean , 73 Seneca street. 858 FARMS FOR.SALE —— Seed Market. r\ Buffalo Feb. 10—Timothy, choice, J700@725; clover, red choice 136.000 1700, alfalfa, J23.00@25.00 ; alsike M36 00 ©36.50 per. bushel. 60 ACRE FARM for sale In town of Hopewell on R. & E. line. Spangle sto; 1-4 milo north; 8 room house In good condition, cement cellar, gar- age nnd shop. 20x40; grain barn 30x 70; hog house 12x18; new hen house, 12x36, new tool house, 26x40; two acres apple orchard,\ asparagus bed. strawberry bed and other small fruit; 6 acres wheat, 3 acres alfalfa, 6 acres new seeding. Most buildings newly shingled. Farm is watered with throe good wells. Moderate terms. C. A. Keith, Canandalgua, N. Y. Homo Phone. $e6 ' GOOD FARM3--My C /B ce h,tf fo,.' years been the recognised -headqtrar- t«s for Seneca County farms of all SIMS. E. W. Dowaen. Waterloo, N. Y. M| WHEAT wanted. Any kind. Highest market-price. .'Always baying. Ge- neva Mills.' C. C. Davison, tVt LIVE STOCK and-poultry-wanted-at all times. Our trucks are at your service. Phone Masher, 17-F-2, (Stan- ley, before selllnc) AUTOMOBILES I TON Ford truck—For sale, cheap for cash, latest, model with new expresg body and cab oversize pneumatic tires •all.aroimd Hessler-shook -absorbers. Truck is In-A-l condition it has been used very little and i s a real bargain. Jas. H. Grady, Main St., Penn Yan, N. Y, * 841 RADIATORS for. Fords. Honeycomb style, also second hand and rebuilt in stock., John A. Pontius. 496 F. J. WOODWORTJ1.W1I1 sell «,t auc-r tlon at his residence 1-4 mile nortW of McDuffietowp church, 7 horses ana a large assortment\ of. farming toolsj also considerable household -goods.- -L—. 8W AUCTION—EWda%»..Eeb-~-20--.ffln— ms.. farm on \the Canandalgua,. r>ad 2 1-2 ence.\ jollies west of\ ^teneva>«=8-fegrsesi—1-j-hatl pair greys, 7 and 8 -years,' '\weteht 8,100; 1 pair JT years, weight 3,000^ 1 pair 9 and 18 years, weight 8,100. .These are all extra good ones, also 1 sorrel mare, weight I'Mo, age 14; 1 roan mare, weight 1,300, age 14. Full line farm tools Including manure spreader, nearly new; six ft. mower, nearly new; good binder drill, etc. T. M. Scoon. 860 814 EXCHANGE ST. for rent, small frost flat suitable for two, heat, hot -water.—Harry-Baederf-140-Seneca-Sfe- 725 Negro Caught Stealing Bacon an Explanation for the Judge. . Hat Kansas City, Mo.—As -bead of a thriving household, Charles Webb, a negro, employed by the Fred Harvey Company,-was a falthftil- provider- There was no Question about It Charles always \brought borne tie bacon.\ C. H. EdmlnskL special offi- cer for the' Harvey company, caught Webb taking some fifteen pounds of first-class bacon that he had stolen from the firm's commissary. Accord- ing to the \officer Webb had cut tbe bacon Into strips, which were con- cealed In various pockets of Els elothes. In the South Municipal court Webb attempted to explain to Judge Edward J. Fleming why he had taken the bacon. ..... I'AJi was Jes. tatyn' home a little meat foh mah cat, Jedge,\ explained Webb. . . ._ \Must have been a tiger,\ said the Judge. \$100. Suppose tbe poor cat wlU'starvifi now.\ . • ,A FORD TOURING GAR-i-Foi* sale. Lat- est model, self starter and' electric lights. Fine condition. _ tfsed four months. Address P. O. .\Box 28, Ge- neva. \ , ' 682 AUTO TIRE CHAINS in stock,-Weed cross chains attached without extra charge. New Globe Cord vires res '•- lar oversize for Fords I'lt-mt. lt-v price Investigate before buying next sea- aons -tires, . Geneva Vulcanizing Co., 329 Main St. ' \ ^ , 643 Will BECOME MR NEWSBOY West Virginia Club Plans to Deliver. Paper* and Merchandise, by Airplane. Charleston;'W. Vs.—The BTueHeia Aero club of Bluefleld, W. Va., which will operate aerial taxi lines in south- ern' arid eastern West Vlrglnln. has been Incorporated. The club will pur- chase airplanes and liraddltlon to the taxi buslne'ss will engage in transport- ing missionary workers, carrying pris- oners, ambnlnnce service and delivery of merchandise, newspapers nnd other, articles. Hungarians Urged to Return Home. 'The flungnrlpu government Is of- fering special Inducements In land grants nnd other: privileges. It Is said. In.supporting a movement to Induce Hungarians in America to return to the fatherland, bringing with them ail Ihelr movab**' vr'nnhi^s. - (Copyright, 1?»0, We»t«rn Newspaper Vntoa) .It was no Joyous, elopement or ardent love adventure. Very ration- ally Arnold ^Brant and Eugenie Voile had met fifty miles from her home, had gone to an obscure clergyman, and been., united in marriage. The fiew Uusbana had Just time to catch a train across the continent within the hour, and those two, so-'hurrledly bound In wedlock, as hurriedly parted. \In two years, dear,\ he said, as be kissed ber gjod-by. \You wouldn't wait. You would have'tt so,\ she sighed. \I hope it Is for.the best\ \The -knowledge that you are mine, all mine,\ returned Arnold Brant, w wnT Inspire He to make a business success.\ Tbe train flashed away, the bride waved an adieu through a mist of tears. Before noon sne was back at borne, passiug.lnto the house of her \ima no. one was-thc-wjsePv Hers had been a strange flnallv, overcame her opposition. A seeming plaything of destiny, forgot- ten, at least neglected by the only man she had *ver loved, Eugenie consented to the sacrifice for her brother's sake, - Dcnvlr died within a month. Hart- ley made a fortune, died before n year was over, and Eugenie was at last truly Independent, but she con- sidered her wealth as mere dmss, for it failed to bring her happiness. Another year passed by. Amid her self-enforced solitude Eugenie, found no surcease to the vague .longing for the peace of mind and contentment Jate had so cruelly denied her. A stray item* in a newspaper, citing the •discovery- ~®f -a —man - named—Arnold-. Brant in another city, detailed his be- ing removed to a hospital from a wretched tenement room where be had lain down to die amid poverty, illness aud despair. It was Eugenie who had hastened to the side of the fever-stricken- man, who, after days of weary watching, met the first Intelligent words of the convalescent. She was the confidante of- his terrible struggles in an un- friendly wilderness, culminating in the utter failure of all his plans. It was Eugenie who joined In bis tears, srhllst sobbing out the pathetic story nf 4*er own unhappy life. And/then— Not at the altar this time, but be- side that humble cot, those two were •reunited In- a new simple\ second AtaoTsrfroTn her baby \dayslBe by-her br-othepis4-«jeay that- premised to-insult will. He had one thought to life— ^rmake-ttOBey. A-cold, unsympa- th,etie being, he chilled all the sweet- ness out St thfe life of Eugenie, and when she was seventeen forced her Into Marrying. P_eter Wynne. The latter was a man with pros- pects, which. Hartley magnified. The cheerless honeymoon lasted less than a-month- and-then Wynne went to the far JKortb.\ to develop some mining propertyr ^-Jl turned out a complete fiasco, and a year later word was re- ceived that Wynne was dead. Before 1tet\1eveWIEugen!e- plnedTln solitude until, at a neighbor's home, she met Arnold \Brant. There was no Impulse of disloyalty to Wynne, but a deep, unspoken love existed between those two. When the news came Of the death 0/ Wynne, both Brant and herself knew that the self-seeking Hartley, Valle would never sanction their union. Brant had the offer of a posi- tion in Australia. He induced Eugenie to consent to the secret marriage. And when they parted at tbe steps of the altar nnd possible years of part- ing faced them, Eugenie was .supreme- ly happy, for she- had found love\ at last Only one letter Eugenie received from Brant, telling that he was about to start intQ tbe most*remota part of the country and .fit at,\ If his purpose succeeded, he woul<? return with suffi- cient means to win him the approba- tion and recognition of her mercenary brother. • discovery. The full details of the ill- ness and death of Wynne arrived. JThe Jlnst news had been premature^. He. was mortally ill, .but survived for sev- eral months. Acting upon tbe Initial intelligence, Eugenie bad wedded Brant fifteen days before tbe demise of beFflrst husband. The later ceremony was illegal, and she was simply a widow and .the man she cherlsfied as her life's mate was no more than an utter stranger. She at once wrote t6 Brant trusting to the letter finally reaching htm however remote he might b e f rom civilization. A year went by and there was no Indication that Brant bad received the letter. There was an old man named Stark Denvir who had been a power in the business world, but now a helpless Invalid. Hartley ha,d cultivated him In the hopes of utilizing his past prestige for his own beneflfe One day be came to Eugenie astounding her with an offer of marriage from Denvir, \It means independence for you,\ represented the subtle schemer, \for he will not live long.\ Eugenie shrank from the proposal, but the artful and persistent Hartley BflMsr & EasOii Lim FAST VX,%G%*.tG **Wk$th* Wf9U Canand (nlermeUlalB Tim« Table in Effect Oac if. Mil Trttlna Leave Geneva, for RocheMer: •6:35, 7 35, 8 35. 9:36 10.KM^ »5-A-*> 12:3&. 1 3&. 3 26 4 15 S 83 S *5f 7 M, a;43 p m (For Seneca^aitl^ottir, 8:35; Saturday only ) (For Canandai- -«fua-oi>iyr a^SS^mr)—-~~^~ ^.,^r„id,, rains Leave Rochester, ft* •6:30. 7i30 and, every-fibu* including 5:30'p. m.. 7:S0i ..«>,, »».. y . except the 1.-30 p. m,«whtettvO>»ji«»tt i to Canandalgua. ,-'-\•\•\:'''-^S^sp*^' •Daily except Rtmdaj^-'y;-'^.^-.^-,. £32E2£ I ) were a 3 \cere- «' In the... .ft happiness and peace both had so longed for, and_ so truly deserved. FINDS ANCIENT ABODE Camera Locates Cliff Dwelling in Zien Canyon, Good 12 room hou«e,:*arge' btfsf* ment barn 30x88, horf|. |tMf: with 6 stalls, hog hou«e, : corn : J house, 2 chicken hou«**, wagon- houte and shop. AH building* J good. Located 1 mile to stiliSfl... and 4--miles--io- Fflce $14,700. About 6nf?b*Jf yt cash-being required.—-^—-j» Probable That No Human Foot Has Been in Dwelling for at Least \ ~i,B0O \Year*: - - Los Angeles. =- Discovering froij Los Angeles a hitherto unknown clltf dwelling 4Q0 fee* up a, 2,000-foot can- yon side Jn Utah Is d hew expe- rience. \ ' It was th'e. experience of Eyre Pow- ell o\ 44 Wavecrest avenue, Venice, who lii enlarging a unique photograph taken with a telephoto lens, made what may prove to be one of the g?Patest archaeological discoveries of recent years in the United States. Tbe photograph was taken in ZIon canyon, Utah, recently declared a national park, and shows what ap- parently is a cliff dwelling 400 feet long and 6u or 70 feet wide. It i s probable, according to Mr. Powell, that no human foot has been in the dwell- ing for 1,500 years or longer. In this fact lies Its chief archaeological Importance, as other cliff dwellings, found at the surface, have been tbe homes of animals and much disturbed Then to Eugenie came mi appalling -hshrce- be! uu lubabtted'fay their ongma T34^ACRES LOCATED-a-WlbES- FROM SHIPPING POINT '--{I Good 10 room house, barn 36x38) horse barn 30x60 and several other building*. All building* im good repair. Price $12,000. About $8,000 in cash being required. . F. S/ BROWNLEE -\FAIRFAX BLOCK™ -—-•- bnlldersJ Tlie photograph was taken at a .distance of about three-auarters of a mile from the cliff, Mr. Powell having no idea that It would reveal anything of particular Interest. The portion of the photograph which later was found' to show the ancient dwell tag was less than a quarter of an inch in size. Through successive enlargements this was increased to about 12- inches. Tlie dwelling is about 400 feet above the top of the shale slide at the base~of the\ cllffr Leading down from the dwelling are traces of tha ledge once used by the dwellers to go up ahd down to their safe retreat These ledges have been almost com- pletely eroded by the elements in the lapse 61 -years, svid it is safe to say, < according to Mr. Powell, that the, dwellings there have been undisturbed for many centuries. ! Tlie discovery of the cliff dwelling In the picture came as a complete surprise to Mr. Powell, He has de- cifled, however, to' rnajje ail esW In- vestigation of the place, and believes that a skilled Alpine climber may be- able to pick bis w^y tip tbe* almost destroyed letjges>hlca .tbe ancient in- habitants weffe wont to climb. Low Prices Higher Prices Later -4 Don't Wait and: Regret £1800 Jwt\-'~outiidi».' oitjr. «p low S pi em j id .little,, .farim of 4!£ arces. All underdrained. ZVz acre* full bearing cherry orchard.. Large quantity Currant*. Your* own terms. CyfCIV) 3 acre home on trolley. *^ ovv House ha*a roo.m an<}, all .improvement*. Steam„ hsafe running water, gais\ -foir lighting- and cooking. Large Pooitfy plant, also complete plant for raising sqyabs. $6600 ££•*\* v : ,u * y *i Xx i \ wwwv 82/2 acre farm* Bert gravel foam soil; 6 acre* muck; 6 acres big timber. Good \build\, ing*. Just off improved road, 3 mile* from town, $12,000 *2E.«s?-?* ^ 6 ?»1 doors. 8_ acre* full bearing ap- ples; 19 acres alfalfa; 10 acre* wheat; 15 acres wood lot. Sple'n- did large farm house, basement ; barn, large hpne barn. .14 cow*,- 7 horses, 150 hen*, 10 pig*. C«m> plete list farming /~tob!»j —h«i|i grain, etc. Very easy terms. ,r~\ S4000 Right on Stat * ^^ tiful 50 acre home; new building*; 8 room house with furnace, large porchea; excellent well arW atticr Fine lawn; large poultry house; finest garden and every inch-till- able. ,. BIGGEST VALUES^- LARGEST LISTS AT ALL TtME»-. v -.* Geo. G. Goodelle 46 Linden St. - Both »««••:.*\• ml W. M. €M«S •9 -A. Glove and Hoisiery Specialist i •- Opce more we bsve a fine? SBilfe-. tion of the famous C-B Corsets:,. Th'* is the first time in - many months we have b^en able to gejfcije- liverie*, as the great - dertaftcMh* world over-^ha* been b«yjB^VfM|4aJ>r tory capacity. . They are tagfrfflT *• \The best. flttfng corsets p^fEilpR^ and they are the best valu* WrStha prices of aff the maResiive rmm afewfc my new-morfeliB- Prices range from $2.03, tb\ |j|l»» 522 Exchange Street Stray Cat Has $100 Breakfast N'ew York^'A \stra^ <r«? sl^eliit'ihto Uie annual poulffy siha^'-ufQi^ltadi'' son Square (3nrden au^nnd a fWC •breakfost' on two caBefctiigeoiis'^W* biblted* by a BaiiiinW Wixcl$tiL \ • - •sr.j-.-_ r i Ja fe 1 * J-.-.-J. - --is '* li 9tStM!M'. iM»»( i\' '•\.\-.''\' N WW* 1 *! 1 .'\ '»<,. i\ tt nMn-pW^'i\ ,J'i).niWWI|

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