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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah UTAH MOBNISfG 7 189O IDEAS IN HOUSE GOWNS The Parlors Are Full of Cleopatras Who Wear Girdles A NICE WOMAN WHO EXPEBIMENTED With n Seamless Kobe Some Pretty Modelo ior noon Toilets of Agnes From NEW YOKK Dec 5 1800 We shall get a little weary in time I fear of Cleopatra For my parti have imbibod with her so of ten that like the tea she isccasiriK tobo a novelty I dont mind much about tho color of her hair or oyos tho shape of hor face oval or narrow i to consider whether sho Is less objectionable tall or short I do not concern myself with her or thickness within bounds but against tho chubby Cleopatra with a snub noso selfmspoet will compel mo to draw tho line Cloopatras aro gutting alarmingly numerous but In justice to the women who do tho Kgyp Uaii business it must bo confessed that It Is rathor by aocuptod conventional symbols than by any thoroughgoing radicalism in dross or manners that wo rocognizo our rulers of tho Upper and tho Lower In oihor words wo know Cleopatra by her girdle Sho always wears it just an tho king in the fairy stories never goes hunting in the forest that ho does not put on his beautiful golden crown There are unique girdles and there is tho great popular girdle It is the G P G it is important enough to bo allowed follow the fashion of initials that is most interesting Tho G I r a rlbboriliko strip of hum work in silver sovoral long I soo it I think involuntarily of a moduoval Cleopatra cutting old chain tirmor into strips to kop up hor potlicoats the knightly and 1tolorny not hav ing brought In much booty from their robber forays To pur on hor girdle Cleopatra casts it lightly about her hips and It In front withsomothing that looks liko the performed top of a small sliaktir consid erably more perforated and greatly nified Tim gircllu ends Jiang dowiu Somewhoro in tho neighborhood of Cleopatras knees they arc again fast ound with a globular something that might bo u soap shaker and that again might prove a handy ontsido pocket if Cleopatra chose to keep In if hor spare change a thimble and a couple of boot buttons Its us round as an orange that a small boy has sat on and flattened and just about as largo liolow the soap shaker thero aro more ends Do not Infer that I do not appreciate tho girdle for indeed handiwork is of ten beauti ful Lillian Russell has ono with moon stones set in it and turquoise Aristidos was presumably just although people naturally wonrlod of hearing him so called vSo the girdle is well enough if Cleopatra the Sixth hadnt loft female offspring enough to people all Kom With tho girdle those Egyptians wear necklaces also of silver Tho great popular nociKliico hits many rows of pendants small and flat and scarah shapnd and held together in diamond patterns by silver It falls nearly to tho bosom over tho tea robe which suggests tho Nile only In that it clings Tho tea robe or speaking moro troadly tho house gown is receiving luo devoted attention of Wvos daughters It swings like a pendulum from tho long fcight iittlng princoHs dross to Mmo Blavatskys seamless which One at loast of Edmund Jinssolls women admirers has had tho courage to vonturo on and which possesses this undeniable advantage that since scissors and needle aro never to touch it yon have no drospmaker to pay and can squander all your available wealth on gorgcousnoss of material virrrn IFAIIVLK WITH CLOAK OF This was tho special promise of tho new gospel which to a woman who tn tho circle is not un known Hor figure is largo and portly and the Russolls advised her very sensi bly that sho added no dignity to it by lacing it into a tailormado dress So under tho advice of the aesthetic Edmund and tho personal supervision of tho wil lowy Henrietta sho invested in great many yards ot dull orange brocade ar a groat many dollars por yard It so hap pound that I was an Interested spectator of hor struggles still under Rnssellian direction to put on her uncut purchase for tho next Tho manner of tho brocadousiug this wiso Taking tho length of rich stuff in her hands sho held it in front of her while hor dimpled little daughter protornat urally solemn from the effort to repress a smile drew down tho loop of it to touch tho floor The then pinnod with groat gold on tho shoulders and allowed to fall behind I call it brocade but it was roally an ox Eastern fabric for which I know ho name Instead of stiches it was laid In place everywhere with gold pins With pins tho daughter smoothed tho breadths in front till they lay loosely about the throat in a V With twists of gold she gathered tho folds under tho arras to make tho semblance of great sleeves With pins she caught the breadths togetherbehind so that they Jay on thofloor in a train With1 pins in her mouth she stood off in silent protest and looked at her mother of Svhom sho felt herself unable to approve At her earnest request Blavatskys imita tor had suffered allthis brocade trim ming to tako place over an of yellow silk in view of contingencies She was really wonringovor tho slip a Krcat scarf pnt on In reverse fashion io shawl she anxiously Mother you look It was said with oarnostnoss and enthusiasm but contained oiitondrc It was worndown stairs however iid s vioyved by veiled surprise Russcllism has its points but now for some less erratic house gowns Hero is a very beautiful toilet which I am forced to as sociate with SiLtsuina because of the tea cups its wearor was filling The under dress Is of white faille gathered at tho bosom with a clasp of mother of pearl and again at tho waist by a bolt of white and silver embroidery Over this is worn a trained cloak of white cashmcro which lies a yard on the floor and hangs in front from the shoulders in straight folds The long overhanging sleeves aro loose and open and the great ruff at tho throat a trick worth considering for it Is linod with rose color Hero is a toa gown worn by a hostess who entertained In a very quiot way Mr and Mrs Stanley Her hair is white and her cheeks aro pink so hor robe is white just dreaming of blushing Tho material is cashmere embroidered with gray and silver silk in stars It 53 cut in a straight draped princess lapped a littlo at ono side scalloped with silver at tho lapping and about the bottom The back Is sewed to the waist in great plaits making a rosette and thero are two square coatlike pieces sot on in front at tho shoulders and beneath tho side seams Those aro lined with pink silk scalloped and folded loosely over the Dust to bo caught at tho waist with a clasp of silver The wired collar is set about the throat like a crescent moon The concave of tho disk is jagged with saw teeth in front which gives it the look almost of gulls wings It is pale pink silk covered flatly with lace Thero aro lowing sleeves AND VELVET I IB ROWS Horn is a frock worn by a pretty young niece of Fanny Davenport She Is a rosy brunette with dark curling hair so she chooses a pale green veiling sprigged with yellow and gathers it about her throat with a yellow ribbon Tho bodice is full in one with tho straight skirt finished with a deep flounce Venetian point edging Thoro is a bow of yellow velvet on hot right shoulder and from this a wide velvet ribbon crosses to the waist and is fixed with bow When sho looks at you from under drooping eye lids her fingers play with a necklace of long jot links strung with amber beads A nout littlo homo dross which drew a chair to tho hearthfire for mo yesterday was of a beautiful tint of doocolorod cashmere It had a full corsage with a trimming of bronzebrown velvet ribbon carried on either side from tho shoulder seam around tho front edge of tho arm hole The two lengths wcro then brought forward to moot in a point on tho bosom Another length of ribbon was carried about tho lower edge of the bodice to tho point in front where it coaxed tho full plaits down Tho skirt took tho simple sheath shape and was finished with throo narrow bronzebrown velvet frills There were velvet sleeves lloro is tho frock worn by tho first blossom of our winter crop of daily dob utantop at tho earliest of those peren nial nuisances tho coming out teas Tho maid was tall and rathor pale with yellow hair She was not pretty except as her oyes shone with the joy of hoi new importance Sho looked very slim as sho stood all in white at hor mothers side Hor gown was a dellcato Chinese cropetrlmmed with white ostrich feath ers Tho corsage was confined by a squarecut open corselet of white silk framed with white passementerie and tied across with ribbons Oddly enough but In thoroughharmony with provail IhjTfashions a white silk train The crepe sltovos had long tight laceedged cuffs reaching to tho elbows aud tho round throat rose rather too sti highrull of ostrich leath ers TKOCK OF THE FIRST DEBTJTAXTB Call on a womanin themorning and yon aro Hkoly to find her in a particu larly dressing gown of whito or perhaps of silver gray cashmere odgod with silver embroidery loosely hold in atthe waist by a long silver cord with tassoled ends Such a robo has tightiitting sleeves but one ingenious woman of my acquaintance has provided herself withhanging ovorsleevos and these when wishes to uso hor morn ing robp for a tea dress she deftly fas tons OIK In those days of differeutiating toilets so carefully according to their many uses it is often convenient to know how to double up on ones gowns Agues Booth always looks well indoors and this is hor latest for a house gown Over an underdress of mauve cropo clasped at the waist by groat disks of gold she wears a princess robe ot deeper mauvb velvet outlined down the front with bands of sable fur and open at whoro tho corsage is odgod with a dopp laco frill Onq of tho now models in is a simulc fsoclc of moss green abbuftho skirt with eight bands cocks feathers and having two bands on bodlco running diagonally Another is a prin cess dress of thin whito cloth trimmed on tho skirt with fifteen rows of black velvet ribboa The bodice is of whito brocade tho side pieces forming panel folds that run to tho floor while the skirt material is carried from the waist to either shoulder in narrow folded braces One Iinds tight sleeves with shoulder caps trimmed like the skirt with velvet ribbons Another pretty idea is a toilet of peachcolored faille It has a plain skirt with a deep gathered louucc and a full bodice with folded corselet of mauvo velvet JAMES TJ PUGH U S RKNATOR FROM ATjABAMA By tho withdrawn of Governor Watts and Commissioner Kolb from Son atorial race tho was cleared Tor Senator James Li Pughs reelection On the final ballot tho voto in tho Alabama Legislature stood lugh 00 Seay 30 Senator PURU was born in Georgia in 1820 and removed with his par ents to Alabama in 1824 He began the practice of law in 1845 and was a Presiden tial Elector in 1848 1850 and 1870 on the tickets for Taylor Buchunan and Tllclon Mr Push sat in the Thirtysixth Congress from which he rotlrocl when Alabama socedc4 in in which year ho elected to Congress and reelected in After the war ho took aleading parti in State pohtiuo until 1880 when he was elected to the U S Senate to occupy tho seat made vacant bj tho death of George S Houston whose term expired in 1885 at which date Mr Pugh was reelected A Very Stele Stranger Down in a town in Alabama I found a native with his chair tipped back under an awning in front of a saloon hat down on his cars eyes half closed and his toes showing through his boots Out at tho hitehingpost was a faded old mule head down and eyes closed and the mud of lust fall had not been cleaned oil his skelton frame I was looking from man to mule to see if I could establish a chain of evidence when the native straightened up and yor aint goin to settle in this kontry Powerful glad to hear it Lots Dl declined andhe took fifty cents worth and came back and said Stranger this is a powerful bad kon Whats the matter chance fur a poor a shako of a chance Lets I declined and he took his usual doso with a sigh of satisfaction Look at me he said as ho returned to his chair I am a livin evidence of the fact that this is tho wust ken try on earth fur a whito man who honestly de sires to break his back in agrycultural Ive down hill as stody as clockwork fur the last twenty yar Stranger wot your whistle I replied that my whistle required a dry atmosphere and he wont in and took it straight again Yes ho as he got his chin dried off tho durncd Southern nabob grinds me on ono side and the infernal nigger on tho other and Im bound to bo Do you farm the use Nuthin that I planted over growod Its all us too much or too littlerain and if I hire niggors they dont Then you speculate Mebbc I do Mobbo if I trade a mulo wuth a hundred dollars for ono wuth sixty you kin call it speculation Say lets I declined and ho never shed a tear as his cornjuice wont down I tell you a poor man haint got no rights round yore and hes bein ground into tho he observed as he enlarged the hole in the top of his that so that a tuft of hair could stick up through It seems to be a fmo country Thats a But you have a nice climate and can raise most Then what ails me Why haint I a Southern nabob Why dont I ride a boss an wear good clothes and hold office I answered determined to lie to him your is probably a very careless while you have never carefully studied tho foundation princi ples of he said as ho rose up and hook both hands at once youve hit it plumb contor and youre the only man that over has AIL tho rest ofem say its kin do moreloafin and drinkin than any man in the State of Alabama writ them worda down fur mo Ill got tho hang of em in about an hour and then Ill go home an1 gin my family to understand that theyve got to buckle right down to economy or hunt fur other Lets destroy about three fingers of the the Detroit FreePrm Under the Ban Colonol says ono of his friends to a New York Sun reporter keenly realizes the fact that ho can never have a career in politics legisla tion or statesmanship and can never hold any important tho Gov ernment for which he There is no party thatvwould dare to put up the speechmaking iniidel for office or that would vote forhim in any election and ho knows it Do you suppose bo nominated or elected as or Congressman or Alderman All the powers of society would be turned against him if he were put up as ho knows There are other infidels in office but not one who has made his infidelity Ingersoll could not get a thousand votes in New York and ho knows HOW SHE CAN CHATTER Trades Technical Terms should like to know something about thjase stocks Wholesale Clothing Cer tainly The this floorare the New York arid trade On the floor above are the panta loons for the Philadelphia and Baltimore trade The Smiths Good News Exnmplefbr the Hens tho hens good exam Pretty Bab Gossips ill the Way From Cleopatra to Stanley THE COLOR OF CLEOPATRAS RINGLETS Bab Doesnt Ijiko Stanley and Tells Englishman in AVomen and The Latest Things in of a WomanF a Woman Econo Idea of The Sunny Side of Life Copyright 1890 by the Bok Syndicate TRIBUNE 1 NEW YOBK Dec 1 1S90 Beauty may not always draw us by a single hair but tho subject of hair is much more to the fore now than is tho subject of beauty Whose Why Cleo patras of course TKK COLOtt HAITI The young woman who belongs to tho classes that are going to cultivate her physically and mentally Is spending hours in the Astor Library utilizing her French and German in her search to discover just what was tho color of Cleopatras hair And the cause of this excitement is that Sard o a makes Sarah Bcrnhardt appear with black tresses and a swarthy akin The men who write in encyclopedias being men devote exactly onehalf a column to the woman who upset the world and in that half a column never mention the color of her hair I never did take very much stock in encyclopedias they never seem to have the things you really want They are too much like general shops WIIEKK OPINIONS RATHER DrPPKTC One old German who had grown sweettempered and old in the study of tho Egyptians and their doings announces that Cleopatra had that color hair is blonde without a glint of gold in it another one wbc was as snappy as he was learned flatly says she had bright auburn hair and still another evidently a bit of a dreamer says she has the color hair that men love best This was delightfully vague as it permits every man to give Cleopa tra the sort of hair that is possessed by his best girl Swinburne tells of her hair being the color of the ocean when it is sun and another poet says that her hair was of that shade and of that perfume peculiar to the golden lily Gautier describes her hair as falling in black cascades over her shoulders but credits her with having blue eyes and talks about the amber blondness of her temples I confess to not knowing what amber blondnessis And an amber temple would bo decidedly sug gestive to me of a neverending need for sulpher and molasses I have had stacks of books beside mo I have had the as sistance of all tho learned librarians the sympathetic assistance and the only thing I do seem able to state is that hair and that you can pay your money and take your choice and make it any color you want It seems most probable that it Avas blonde otherwise She would not have stood out as she did a conspicicous figure among all the darkhaired Egyptian women but as I before re marked opinions differ so that you can give her any color of hair you want and you will have somebody to back a German a French or an English Egyptologist ON THE HER6 HOTJK What do you think of the Stanley business Dont you think it is rather moan to pitch into a dead man Per sonally it is a matter of absolute indif ference to me as to whether tho girl was eaten or in fact I wish a few cannibals would Vdme to New York and eat up some women I know I would have a special artist to sketch the per formance But you see here it is this man is dead and cant get up and do fend himself and his widow is made to suffer from all the horrible tales that are printed and that exploit Mr Stan ley And will you please tell me Avhy he should be exploited As I under stand Eminwasnt particularly anxious to bo in fact ho was having rather a good time of it and why should wo all yell Hail chief to a man who has gone around hunting strange countries for to see Dont you think the man that stays at homo and makes the coun try hes in a better one is the man who is doing tho best work My sympathies are entirely with the Irishman who said that tho man who planted the North Pole should bo the one to go and find Thank you no explorers in my evenings entertainment THE ENGLISHMAN IN HEAVEN Bythebye onoJcpnstantly says one wont and then one does I took an oath on a pile of dictionaries English Irish and profane that I would never read a book about America written by an Eng lishman but like my greatgrandmother Eve I was tempted and I ate And I got the entire pock of dirt due mo for thf rest of my life I shant go over the book I just want to say this about the Englishman He comes hero takes everything ho can get finds fault with everything he goes home iinds fault with everything there and when he goes to heaven he finds fault with every thing there and writes letters to1 the Anricls Gazette complaining of the dampness of the clouds tho strings on his lute andhis nextdoor neighbor and ho signs this A loyal AMEBICAN WOMEN ANT ENGLISHMEN By birth and education the English man is a Physically he is the most beautiful specimen and he wears his clothes in way that is charming When he has lived here awhile married and been trained by an American woman he is the next thing to a gentler man angel the Englishman pure and simple is without any exception the greatest combination of brute and idiot that you ever knew He is willing to learn which is one thing in his favor but it takesaii American woman to teach him He doesnt think his own women khowany this is one of his thoughtsthat is mighty near the A THE LATEST THING IX G ARTERS The latest thing in garters and by garters are a question of great importance nowadays has for clasp a barred gate which fastens Justin the center enameled on this is a Snial dog and on the other side is the funny in Somebody has been writlag articles oh among wear always worejr suspen ders soiiiest pal fof giair j orkicohr gists of two diamond liearts ithitfasten veritable hook arid eye have on the back ofoneof the hearts this iutcriptiph hearts but a single possessor of these hasa belt buckle to match which is somewhat larger and the inscription on itis us joy among the waste WONDEUS OF A WOMANS CHATELAINE Tho chatelaine is growing not only in number but in variety Tinkling cymbals announce the coming of tho girl of your heart and there is nothing you can ask for that will not be pro duced from amid the curious collection that depends on the chains of my ladys chatelaine You talk about Egypt and she shows you a curiously carved old silver ring that it is reputed was taken from the finger of a mummy A gruo some thing to possess You want a piu the flat silver cushion is full of them You want pencil and tablet it is offered you If you want to know the time you neednt bother to ask a policeman for in a quaint old case of Dutch work a tiny watch will tell you the hour of tho day You want a bit of powder if you are a woman and that is concealed in a funny little box that looks as if it had been meant to hold a rosary You need a clove covered with sugar and it is promptly extracted from a short fat serpent while if you want to conceal a note or a ring my lady will hand you a grinning owl you life his head up only to discover that ho is hollow and that he will hold all the love messages you may wish to send So you see how many things there areupon the chato laine KOW A WOMAN ECONOMIZES It is the time of tho year when tho economical woman comes to tho fore and writes to all her dearest friends Wont you tell me of a really reliable cheap dressmaker Now tho friends dont know of ono of this sort and if they did they wouldnt toll her for the woman would raise her price Oh wo men are a lovely selfish lot She at last concludes by having a woman by the day and tells you that although she wants to economize she will be able to have four frocks where before she has only been able to get one Charley says money is tight and sho is going to help hhn to economize About two weeks af her that you go to see the finished frocks and to gloat on their beauties You find your friend tired worried eyes as red as fire two now wrinkles around her mouth and a lot of abomina ble illfitting undesirable gowns Tho woman who worked by the day had ideas of her own and a will to correspond con sequently sho attained the end she do sired She had no conception of what was meant by a rounded form or of the beau tics of a closeiitting skirtso sho made all the frocks as if a largo bustle was to be worn with them and when this was objected to sho declared sho had always worked for perfect ladies and they had never found fault with what sho did Now my friend had never posed as a perfect lady but during tho time tho woman by the day was there sho lived in constant fear of hurting her feelings and accepted tho gowns as they were given to her Her punishment was something awful not only will she have to wear those inventions of the evil one but the man of her heart the man for whom she economized flatly refuses to go out with her gowned in tho abomi nation made by that beastly dressmaker Thats tho way a woman economizes MANS IDEA OF ECONOMY When a man wants to may mention quite casually that he seldom he such a goose as to get a twopenny hapenny suit of clothes Certainly not He knows the economy there is in a wellfitting wellmade get up and if he cant have a new suit made by a good tailor he has his last years pressed and put in order And thats what the woman who wants to econo mize ought to do But no no as soon as she thinks she is helping tho family out in any way by stopping up tho spigot arid letting out at the bunghole she gets so abominably uppish that nobody can stand her and tho only way to do i s to let her work out her vation THE BETGHT SIDE OF LIFE The weather has been beautiful enough to make us give thanks to the gentleman who puts in tho paper what time the sun goes down and tho moon goes up There is nothing in this world thats half as good as sunshine except ove and when you combine sunshine and lovo you are to count yourself the happiest woman in the world And whenyou cant got either then you ought to be glad that somebody else can and in this way make a little sunshine for yourself People are very tirsesomc who regulate their amiability by tho weather Why because the sky is gray should you conclude that the world is filled with murderers Why because tho raindrops arc fall Ing should you take it as a personal in sult instead of remembering that the umbrella people must make a living Why when it is blowy and blustery should you think that the wind selects you as its special victim and not realize that you are of very little importance to the wind which could if it wanted to knock you out in one round Why when its snowing do you fore the sloppiness that will follow in stead of tho whiteness that exists Its because you are a grumbling ill natured there is really no place for you on this earth and nobody wants you Wo want people through pood or bad bo cheerful and merry hearted and always see the best side of things Dont you agree with BAB ESTABLISH ED Buckle Son TAILORS Wtlfcr r o BOX f Mbratetl Fweli Sure APHRppiTINE Is SOLD ON A POSITIVE GUARANTEE to cure any form of nervous diteaso or any disorder of the generative or of either BCX ariiing excessive BEFORE use of AFTER Tobacco or Opium or through youthful indiacref tlon over indulgence Ac inchai of Brain Bearing down in back Seminal Weakness Pros tration Nocturnal Dix Memory Low of Power and Jmpo tencyi whichif neglected of tea lead to premature oldragc and insanity Price a box for Sent by mall on receipt of price A WRITxKN li for every order received toJrefuud if aXFermanent cure have thousandi of from old and of both nexefl who have bean pcrtnancctlT cared bytheuieofAphrodltine Circttlarfree Addreat THE APHRO MEDICINE CO Western Branch Bor 27 POHTLAHD o Sold by A Cr SMITH Druggist Salt Lake City r momma Have you THE STANDARD COCOA OF THE WORLD MADE BY SPECIAL PROCESSTHE BEST Cocoa is of supreme importance as an article of diet Van Houtens has fifty per cent more fleshforming propev j ties than exist in the best of other cocoas J BEST GOES The tissue of the cocoa bean is so softened as to render it easy of digestion and at the same time the aroma is highly developed KTVAN HOUTENS COCOA triod always twod is thcortarlnal bio ntatle Jind is todiiy bettor jind tho numerous imitations In fact a comparative test will easily prove wo othtr Oocoa equals this Jneentort in solubility ncrcoablo tasto ftnd nufcritivs qufcli ties Lurpost finlo in tlio Ask for VAN HoUTKSs and Ukouo other 55 That famous McKlnley Tariff Bill which recently bccamo a been framed by a distinguished American and for the Americans While it deals severely with the foreign manufactured article the tartff acts leniently with all materials imported for the benefit of our manufacturing industries and American labor For an illustration allowus to touch the subject of Clothing who directly import every yard of Cloth and Suitings used in the facture of our celebrated High Art also being custom duty undoubted authorities upon the pending question HIOHTAB IPP which serves to impress upon many fashionablydressed gentlemen that the advanced tariff will greatly increase the price on tho garment we manufacture for his wear This argument wo are fully pro paredand to discuss Using past experience to act as a criterio n wo issue the following common sense argument for your consideration pj3tSTAdmitting that the Suit and Overcoat manufactured in onr Baltimore tailor shops is far superior than the ono made in foreign coun triei but we aro compelled to acknowledge that in order to maintain our reputation for FINEST which render the best of satisfaction we are obliged to import our Clothe and Suitings especially the famous English Worsteds and Moltona Scotch Tweeds and Cheviots French Cassimeres which beyond a shadow of doubt are not only superior to our home manufacture but positively the finest on the face of the globe the increased duties on the readymade garment admitted into our ports are largo and severe yet the material necessary to each garment scarcely advanced the paltry sum of 50c Hence an advance would look perfectJy ridiculous and the most skeptical will coincide with us threefourths of our total Clothing stock we are of imported materials dnty paid on the old tariff schedule for all those goods were made up long before Oct 6th at whea the McKinley law took yot we frankly assure our friends aad patrons that we will at all times continue to serve you with tho the market affords Tariff or no tariff wo at all hazards will bo able to discount competition and sell a finer Suit or Overcoat for or than the one yon pay more for elsewhere And as for our ART CLOTHING at all times ready and able to distance your Merchant Tailor fane prices and yet guaranteeing you equal as good fitting and made garment If better WIOLEUtEBS AND RETAILERS UMUFACTWEBS AND IMPORTERS HAS L A P G f 5 T LOCAL I INSURANCE AGENCY AMERICA