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VOL. !-No. 2
OUfiClON CITY, OKKflONV TUESDAY, JANUAHY 10, 1911.
" Per Wkejc, 10 Cextb
SELLING HAS WON
HE WILL WlilD TMK OAVIL IN
THE STATE UN ATI AT
RUSK WILL PRESIDE W THE HOUSE
Three-Cornered FloM fsr Speaker and
tha Chorea of tailing In adnata
Strengthened Rusk ,
- ' Repraeentatlve.
-BAL.KM. or.. Jan. In lha orsan
liatlon of lha Senate ItMlay Ufa Sell
. Inn. of Portland, wm elected preal
drnt. tUtia pulling an' (Hid to the a a-
'. !v' plratlons of Jay llowermau, who baa
'" i- been actlug aa (lovernur In tha ab
$ sence from Ilia Plata of Governor Ben.
" aont Inwerman had, a strong follow"
g . Ing but at tha Uat tba opposition
succeeded In winning to Ita banaar
y, a bare majority, and Billing was
chosen. . " "
Jerry Husk, of Wallowa county, waa
; ' . given the 'honors .of Speaker In taa
House. H waa a three cornered ftajbl
and Katou laid c&lm to lha place and
; - a only quit tba fight when victory vlt
' . , 1 rartain to ituaa
BY LIVE WIRES
FORMATION OF REALTY A0CIA.
TION It DISCUSSED IN r.
ALL OfflCIALS ARE REELECTED
Mambara of County Court and TM
Payara Will Ba tuppar Owaata
Thuraday and Roadmaatar- t
Ouaallan Will aX Bona.": '
Tba moat Important moating of tha
Uva Wlrea alnco tba organlratloa of
that hunch of rlectrfc aparka took
plara laat night following a auppar
. In tha oaiKitml nail In tha Maaoaie
building Tha quartarly alactlon of
offlcKia waa bold, and Main Trunk
W. A. Il'inlley, Bub-Tnmk U A. Mor
rla, Tranamlaalon Wire ()lltxrt L
Ilmlgoa and Guy Wlra M. IX ltou
atta jwara ratalnad. daaplta tbalr af
forta to ahotildor tba baavy burdan
upon other a, IV. Clyda Mount la tba
niw fad wlra. .,....
Conaldarabla tlma waa apant In (ha
dlacnnalon of a propoaltlon to form a
board of raalty aaaoclatlona, tha dcfl
nlta purpoaa to build amall houaaa,
which may ba rantrd to worklngmaa.
Thara la a graat demand for bouaaa
of thla character, and bacauaa thara
ara few, lha paper mllle have baag
compelled to bir foreign workman
In place of Americana, for tha aula
reaaon that tha latter claaa have baa a
unable . to find reaUlencea for their
famlliea. Within a raw rnlnutea 1 1160
waa auhacribed aa a nuclelia to a
building fund, and C. D .Eby, (J B.
Dlmlck. II. B. Croaa, 0. O. Huntley.
It. T. Mcltaln. William Bheahan and
Frank Buacb ware named aa a com
mittee to formulate a plan of opera
tion and report at a Inter meeting.
Tba acheme In general embrace tha
organlxatlon of a company to erect
houaea, and awill them, and then build
that there will be enough realdencea
In Oregon City to accommodate Ita
growing population. Many of tha
Uva Wlrea ara enthualnatlc over thla
plan, which will be puahed vlgoroualy.
Houaea that rent from $8 to 111 par
month ara exceedingly acarce In Ore
gon City, and the forward movement
of tba town la retarded aa a retult. i ,
Another Important matter that, re
ceived tha attention of the Live Wtrae
waa tba propoeal to take up with tha
county court tha creation of a differ-
', , , t ' ' ' . , -t, ..
We aN dttarmlnad to elean up
our entire took before nag) ,
eeaeen, gild are offering aoma
aalandl Valuaa. Broken Ma
of W. L. Douglag ahoaa 14-rt -
' 'l' A - ma? i . . 1' tl L.JLu''
ana a.ou yaoiow an m v
S3 00 hata at (110. tt ft'
lion on all suits and vtfa.i
, Dant fall to Ukt advtstc;,'-
BXCLUtlVI CLOTMlIKt" '
"Not Llka Othera
Itn and Main Sta. . r
lit ' ayelena of couatrucUng county
r4e (ban tha ona that haa bem In
vorn, IL IS Crosa, U. H. IJlmlck
and others b-tlleve tha roiinty court
should appoint a roadrnaatnr, and
give' that off lolnl generul aupervlslon
a1 tha maintenance of tha county
hlltvwaya Tlte plan haa hen widely
dl4uaed and tba Live Wire will
teisl sg- Invitation to County Judge
Mettle and .Commissioners Mattooo
M Illafr to meet wllb tha organlx.
Hot nest Tburadajr night, and to be
th" goast of tha Wires at a supper to
be 'served sl,C:80 o'clock. Other
prumlaetit eJUaens and br-avjr taipar
era will tnvlfed to tha feaat aod meet-
Hi, wljk-h la axpoctad to remit In a
hrftari , unaViratamllna btwin thn
otiaatf "fflrUla and tha huitlnuaa men
TV manu airvrd at laat ntxht'a
Hot roaiit young lamb
Maahrd potalova .
Ilraad and buinr
Knllti dap appla pla '
C0iTBUCTION VWOUK MAPPED
I ai iv mm AnriAu 1 a.i tan
lTO COST 115000,000.
K0.T CITIES WILL SPEND TIDY SUMS
Poplaad Commercial- .Cub-Urgea the
wilding er. Road Through the .T.Z
foraat Reaerve Surround
ing ML Hood.
OKT1JIND. Jan: . (RDeclah
Tlr II III ayatem of rallroada baa e
tettdml during tha past four yea re In
Oregon and Waahlngton no leaa than
VlH .fHK, according to compilation
laCai.ijn. In eitemilona. bettcrmeuta.
a9uUitana of boldlnga and equip-
ain, eiriuaive or ned chargea and
eiaralliig espenaea. Tha North Hank
tl-iad alone coat nearly i;3.ooo,ooo and
f f.non.ouo waa eint on Hill proper
U fn thla atate, over half during the
Mil year. t
I Conatroctlon work mapiied out fir
mpnrtlealn Oregon In 11I Involvea
km expenditure of 1S.MM).000. Coupled
With the big expendlturea .the llarrt-
tign ajwtem la making In bulldlna new
laaa and exirnalona and tba effort
big rallroada are putting Into ex
loitatloa work to advertlaa the atate.
(roo haa a great aaaet In Ita rail
to'tda ahland will hold a mining congreaa
aa January IT- Tba rich mining re
re attending from Granta raaa to
irtka t'al.. will ba renreaented hr
4)lcgatna and It la expected to form
I ptremnent organlxatlon that will aa
fat In the development of tha mln-
l rrtourcaa of tbla.dlatrlct
Oregon found a brick In ita Chrlat-
aa aiocklng when tha reclamation
iiportionment waa announced, giving
t ie atate but 2S,000 to carry on
completed Irrigation pro loot a ojt of
dn aptiroprlatlon of t20.000.0oo. da
'lla lb large contribution of Oregon
tj tha reclamation fund. Tha Oregon
Oevelotiment League and ' rorlland
?ntmrclal Club have taken Joint ac
n to aecura a ra-apportlonment ao
J at thla atatemay aocure Ita Juat
tea M continue reclamation work.
i Albany took ronalderable pride In
tV opi'alng of Ita new armory, which
wi marked by the attendance of lead-
lag military men of the. atate. Tba
armory la a handsome building and
wtib be the home of Company G,
Kenrth. Keglment, O. N. O.
Pirtinhd commercial hod lea ara urg
ing (be building of a road through 4he
fimat reaerve aurroundlng Mt. Hood.
TIm Oregon delegation In Congreaa
wll ba aaked to uaa their Influence
toternre an appropriation of 1150,000
fiiftne purpoae. Tha building of thla
roil la planned to tafce the place of
tliinatlonal park originally Bought foi
thdalopea of Mount Hood.
Astoria la bually at work on Ita
prt)oaad centennial next ftummer ana
tenatlve plana now Include a military
pageant. Ietachraanta of the Oregon
aa4 Waahlngton National Guard and
thdrgUar army ara expected to par
tloaata John Jacob Aator, Jr, dea-
cedjant of tba original founder of As-
torl. will be Invited to attend aa gueat
nor and honorary chairman of
ipoaltlon. which will be beld
yjugnat 10 to 8epteraber 10.
VQ ana waaningion are anin
id agree upon the ownership of
lktaniV A 1nlnf rAmmlHlnn la
V V at arbitrary boundary Una ba
twlkk tba two atatea for rattTlcallnn
by; t o leglalaturea. It la expected
tbk IM dlaputed quaatton will be aet
OadTaat.. . . - f
tCf CMty U'i Hlbarrr
iavinfl Bank. - .
Urgaat mortJtaa filed
-naatha wt i recorded
u v ., M c:- :rx,f the
U -seg i I, J- i'ks I I lew fn
W ikaiaaaV-'.ai ra-J
' "-cit Ulna fira.tA aala
1 . ? larty ambrtvaaa l'Jl
-' V -A Ulamette Rlaajr naj
n. v j la located tba Pro-
( I Bovhtat of tba to
: r drawa ivi par
JL live thouaand dollars
k f-aually nntll 1118, whan
tit : i liaomea du. ,
"aci h Koaye, Dentlat. . Can-
ft4a424 CJ-ton City.
fat4 Cigars and Smokers'
(ajj.i t- Poaolea -
FOR CUOD ROADS
MOIT IMPORTANT IS BILL FOR
CREATION OF COMMISSION
OF THREE MEMBERS,
- . . .
SERVICES TO COST STATE NOTHING
Aaaoelatlon Datarmlnaa to Enllat
Every Prograaalve C'tlien In Ef
fort to Reduce Road Mak
Ing to tyetem.
rOHTLANIi. Jan. (flpeclall
' Oregon a bad roada' fund la big
enough. The State'a bamitered de
velopment, the unpopulated areaa that
ahould be producing wealth for buay
comtnunltlea, the dlfflcuttlea of ve
hicle tranaportatlon, and the exceaa
In wear and tear that travcla the
roada. Including pople, are - to - be
rbarand to thla bad ronda' fund."
Tbla atatement of Oregon'a condl
tlon waa laaued here todav by the
Oregon Good Hoade Aaaoelatlon. It
ia the reaaon aaalgnod by Judice IJo
rlcl K. Wcbater, Chairman of the Aa-
aoclatlon'a Executive Commltieer for
a determination to enllat every pro
grew I ve Oregon cltlr.cn, every maw
or, Intereat to be benefited by good
roada conat ruction, and every leglala-
tor who dcalrea to aerve the Intereata
of tba people. In the effort to reduce
road building plana In Oregon to a
permanent, definite and effective aya
Lack of ayatem la charged by-all
conversant with the alt uat Ion aa cauae
for Oregun'e poverty In good roada.
The constitutional bar to road build
ing that exlated until lifted by the
people at the lawt election aharee the
The Oregon Good Roada Convention
recently held here, approved five good
roada meaauree drafted by Judge
Webster, because of the belief that
If Ibeae meaauree are adopted by the
legislature, the ayatem of conatructlon
deal red will be Instituted.
All were agreed that the moat Im
portant of the five meaauree la the
one,, creating a good roada commla
elon. Tba memlera of tbla- ooinmla
alon are to be three In numler. When
appointed, their aervlcea will coat the'
atate nothing. .Tbey will aerve tbe
cauae of good roada for the good of
tbe people, aa a public duty. The.tr
executive orricer la to be tne mate
Highway Commissioner. The bill re
quires that tbe State Highway Com
mlaalouer muat be "thoroughly akllled
In actentlfle road conat met ion."- His
authority ia to help build roada In
every part of the atate. He muat
know how. He muat aerve tbe peo
ple and the cause. Any failure to ful
fill requlrementa will mean his dia
mlaaal. AuthorUlea are agreed that
his propoaed aalary of $4,000 a year
will be but a amall portion of the real
financial advantage to be realized by
tha atate and Ita countlea becauae of
tha Commissioner "a service. He will
be exponent of ayatem, tbe ayatem
that ia eipec'ed H show tangible re
sults In tha form of actual nillea of
permanent good roada.
BEEBPS BOND FIXED
AT TWO Tl
WITNESSES TESTIFY IN THE CASE
IN JUSTICE SAMSON'8
Nelson Reebe, charged with man
slaughter In connection with tbe death
of hla brother, Hiram Boebe, waa ar
raigned Monday morning- The caae
bad been continued from Friday.
There were many wltneaaua exam
ined. Tbosa who appeared for the
State were Roacoe Card. W. V. Smith,
Dr. C. A. Stuart, Cbaa. Gray, George
Macklnnea and Dr. H. S. Mount. The
phyalclana who were aummoned tes
tified aa to what would naturally be
the effect In the caae of one'a receiv
ing blows, that would result In the con
dition In which deceaaed waa found,
and not aa eye' wltnesaea to tbe com
bat. Othera testified aa to the con
dition of deceased when found, as to
the aigna presented by the house, yard
and surroundings; also in ona or two
Inatancea aa to the physical and men
tal condition of the accused when he
went to the nelghbore for aid.
Tha defenae offered aa wltnesaea
John Ferguson and Nelaon Beebe, the
After listening to tha testimony giv
en by wltnesaea Joattce Samson bound
Beebe over to , court in tha sum of
12000. Palling to give tha required
bond Beeba waa returned to tha coun
ty Jail to await further bearing.
Tha evidence given Indicating that
the accused had bean met at the door
by hla brother. In a frame of mind
bordering on frenxy, led tha Justice
to commit him on a amall bond, which
waa eat at 12000.
The accuaed aeemed little dloturbed
by the trouble Into which ba haa bean
practpltV- and waa more at hla ease
thai wW arraigned laat Friday.
Prom tfcd sature of tba queattona pro-
TMndad by Mr. 8toner, tba attorney
"t ?. to aee that
i Cjreauoua fight la to ba roada to ae
flsrt.t&o release, of tha aged prisoner.
CHed at Good Old Age.
' r. D. Bruce, aged 71 yeara, died at
noon Monday at the home of hie eon
at Viola. . Ho bad been 111 about 10
daya and death waa due to pndumonla.
Mr. Bruca la eurrlved by ft widow and
several children, and a son, Walter
Bruee, worka In the local power plant
of tha Portland Railway Light a Pow.
er Co. - '
JAY BOWERMAN who aa President
of the tanate waa Acting Governor
during the lllneaa of Governor Ban
son; retired In the choice of Ban
BeUing for President of the Senate.
FINED 125 AND COSTS.
Frank and Erneet Whittan Given Stiff
Sentence by Samson.
"Frank and Km est Wbltten, tried In
Justice Bamson'a court Friday on tbe
charge of using profane and obacene
language on the public highway, were
up for sentence In the same court
Monday morning. 'Justice Samson
fined tbe young men $25 each and
Tbla. the caae in which the young
men were charged with talking very
loud and profane in the presence of
eevi-ral young ladles, and the testi
mony at the trial waa ao clearly indi
cative of tbe guilt of the young men
that Justice Bamaon decided to make
It an expensive lark to the young fel
FLAT CAR GETS AWAY
DASHING DOWN HILL
IMPROVEMENT ON WASHINGTON
STREET DELAYED BY THE
The flat car that ia need by Moffatt
ft Parker for tha conveying of tbe
dirt taken from tbe excavation of
Waahlngton a tree t near Eleventh to
the Twelfth street fill, broke loose
yesterday forenoon. . and at a rapid
rate . proceeded . down Washington
afreet,-and after passing the torn on
track at Twelfth street the car left
the track and plunged Into the air
down the ravtne. there amashing the
box so that H ook a half day'a work
to repair It, A block had been placed
In front of the two wheela of the car,
and the brake aet. but the block
allpped letting the car down the bill
Five men were employed on the tree-
tie below, but Contractor Moffatt
aounded the alarm to run for tbelr
Uvea, and no one waa injured.
Contagloua Caaea Doing Well.'
The one lone amall pox cane acrosa
the river in tbe township Is doing aa
well aa can be expected and Indica
tions are that. the one case will end
the matter. Every precaution la be
ing taken. .The caaea of diphtheria,
too, are receiving every possible at
tention, and, It s not thought there
will be any spread of It.
A trestle Is being constructed at
thla point, and Instead of the dirt
being conveyed by wagons It la taken
by car, which Is labor aavlng and tbe
work much quicker accomplished..
TWO COWS ELECTROCUTED.
Animals Come Into Contact With Live
Barb Wire Fence at Gladstone.
Two cows were electrocuted Sua-
day at Gladstone by coming Into con
tact with a barb wire fence, that bad
been connected with the trolley wire
of the Portland Railway Light Pow
er Company'a line on tha a pur run
ning Into Gladstone Park. One of
the animals belonged to F. S. Baker
and the other to Mra. T. M. Davia.
Investigation proved that the ani
mate were killed through carelessness
on tha part of the company, which
will make good the loss f the cowa
to their ownera. Tha fence is a
three-wire and It has been the custom
of aome of the neighborhood children
to crawl through on their way to and
from achool. It ia remarkable that
more serious fatalities did not result.
It will save you trouble If you use
One Dye For All Goods
Ten Centa Per Package
We Fill AUDtog Wants
( A Poll Lliia of .
D. S. Remedies
Prescriptions and Family Receipts
',-Filred With Pure Drugs.
, ' Quality and Prices Right
CHARMAN a Co.
City Drug Btore.
Nest Door to Electric Jlotel.
Pacific Phone 13
Home Phone 43
GREEK ASSAULTED ;
III EARLY MORN
TOM THANOS, SEVENTH STREET
FRUIT MERCHANT, ROBBED
' BY FOREIGNERS SUNDAY.
OFFICER COOKE'S IIMELV , ARRIVAL
Prisoners, Twin Brothers, Claim to Be
ef Russian Nativity Were .
There waa a bold-up on Seventh
atreet at an early hour Sunday morn
ing In which three Greeka - figured
prominently. It waa a caae of "Greek
meet Greek," and the prospecta are
that each will learn a lesson before
tbe matter la finally adjudicated. '
Tom Tbanos, who runs a small fruit
si ore on Seventh street, near the 8.
P. depot, waa In the act of closing bla
place of bualneaa for the night when
two atrangera entered and began to
buy things. Finally Tbanos came out
from behind the counter to get an
article on the opposite aide of the
atore when Forttinat Kuzralnskl, the
leader of the encounter,' struck at him
with an axe. He made an effort to
defend himself and waa cut on tbe
knucklea tbe second blow that waa
aimed at him. By thla rime Wadia
law Kuzmlnskl, who until this time
bad witnessed the scuffle without In
terfering, came at him with a inlfe.
Seeing he" waa to be no match for
the two, armed aa they were, he fled
to tbe atreet and atari ed to run for
Main street with Fortunat Kuzmlnskl
In pursuit. Hla cries for help brought
Officer Cooke to tbe rescue, that of
ficial allowing Thanoa to pass him ana
catching Kuzmlnskl aa he came up.
The officer, seeing at a glance the
nature of the caae in hand, took his
prisoner to the Jail and came back to
aee wbo elae waa on the scene. Wad
llalaw Knzmlnakl waa still In tbe
store, evidently waiting for tbe return
of bis brother. An examination of
the cash register showed that It waa
empty. A "search of the second pris
oner revealed several dollars in silver
in bis pockets aod a 120 gold piece
In hla boot,' , . .
Thanos atone' lay claim to the
money possessed by the prisoner.
Officer Cooke examined the caab reg
ister and found that Its total and tbe
money In poaaeaalon of the prisoner
corresponded within a .few centa.
While satisfied aa to who waa entitled
to the money the officer could do
nothing but arrest tbe man, which he
did. and turn the money into tbe -pos
session of tbe court.
Monday afternoon Fortunat Kuz
mlnskl waa' placed on trial on Ure
charge of larceny, hut proof cot being
aufficient be waa discharged. Almost
Immediately a charge of assault and
battery waa placed against him and
be waa again returned to jail.
Monday evening Wadlalalaw Kuz
mlnskl waa placed on trial on tbe
charge of assault and battery In the
. Justice Samson, after bearing the
evidence, fined him $25 or 20 days In
Jail. Having no money with which
to pay his fine he was sentenced to
EDUCATOR TO VISIT HERE.
Edward H. Todd Will Visit Clackamas
- . County School.
Edward II. Todd, vice president of
Willamette University, haa been In
vited, and accepted the Invitation, to
spend a week In Clackamaa county
visiting the schools. He, In company
with County Superintendent Gary.
will spend a week visiting schools in
the daytime and holding public meet
ings in the evenings. The locations
and datea have not been aet as yet,
end those who wish for the Inspira
tion which these meetings will bring
to a neighborhood should get their
application In early.
TO STOP INFECTION
BARCLAY ANNEX CLOSED AND
ROOMS FUMIGATED DIPH
THERIA CASES ISOLATED.
Two cases of diphtheria have de
veloped In this city within the past
few days. - Friday Evedne Harrison,
living on Monroe street, was taken
sick in the evening and the doctor
pronounced It diphtheria. Miss Har
rison was a student In the high school,
but she did not attend on Friday and
It la believed that In consequence no
one waa exposed through her ailment.
Delia Woodfln, daughter of John Wood.
fin,- living on - Jefferson atreet, was
sent home from the Barclay yesterday
and the annex, where she recited, wsa
closed snd Ister In tbe day given a
Prof. Tooze and -hla teachers are
taking every possible precaution to
prevent the spread of contagloua dla-
eaaca. Every few daja taa rooms are
fumigated and then In a few daya tha
rooma are treated to ft course of dis
infection. Whenever any child mani
fests ejiy Indisposition it la at once
sent home, and the caae watched to
aee If other children were exposed.
Where a room Waa been taa scene or
tha school work of it pupil that la tak
es with a contagious disease the room
is at once treated to special fumiga
tion and dleinfecftoTii . ';
Careleaanesa on the part of certain
patients haa more to do with the
spread of contagloua dlseasea many
times than do the schools. The charge
ia made that parents are often remlaa
in their duly, allowing the children
to run Into exposure and then when
the child Is sick .blaming It to tho
For y off r patf onafce
and loyalty in the year
that is gone we offer
. yoti otir
For the year that is to
come we hope to con-
ttnve to merit your
Everything in Jewelry
- Bormeister & Andresen
Oregon City Jewelers
t TIP T? C-TTr,M T7XT ft at-iat-X
a ot . r .m. .r-im
RELIABLE REAL ESTATE DEALERS
We Buy, Sell or Trade and Deal in
Large and Small Tracts. If you want
. to sell list with us, if you want to buy
call and see us.
6V2 MAIN STREET -
Price's Chop House
Meals at All Hours '
If you wont the best, of lowest prices, eot with us.
Our specialty is satisfaction.
Between. Fourth and Fifth 8treeta.
Are yoa taking advantage of oar January Clearance
Sale prices? .
Once a year, for tbe porpose of reducing oor Iagc
stock for invoicing, we place on sale hundreds of
every-day wants. Its your opportunity to make one
dollar do the work of two. Cut Glass, China. Ladies'
Bags, Suit Cases, Rubber Goods. Clocks, Silverware,
Brushes, Soaps, all go in this sale from 1-2 to 1-5 off
75c Rubber Gloves ....48c
75c 2-quart Fountain Syringe 48
$1.23 l-qt. Fountain Syringe 79o
$1.35 3-qt. Fountain Syringe 89c
S2.25 Hot Water Bottle.... $179
25c Violet Talcum Powder
2 for 25c
1.00 American' Watches.... 69c
$1.00 American Clocks.... '..79c
$1.50 American Clocks.. ..$1.13
$7.50 Electric Hot Water Pag
' ' $4.00 ,
10c Toilet Paper .4 for 2S -
Totth Brushes fca-CsIf Off COCIlS"1. A "Bat2
r yk Woetenholm, Pipe.
A special cleaa),V bat tooth 4.aUU Bloe Steel rjTj
brushes.. 35, 4t ejrl 50c brushes - -.
j5c. -V:: - ' : - Special 97c VV"
fclr tnsfets OKcBalf Cff $2.00 ladles Ztjt $123
Slightly soiled, finest quality, and ten-Inch Laatser Bags,
solid back brushes, ffrery one leather Hoed with vara, leev-
In tbla lot tba price is cut half ther oSwerwd frames, Oaraitaott
Don't mlaa thla opportunity, guaranteed bars $1XS
Th Recall Store . , .
a . b-i. w ?
OREGON CITY, ORE,
All Pictures off
All Umbrellas ...10 to 28 off
Croklnole Boards ". . .20 off
Holiday Stationery ......1-3 off
Ladles Bags ...... 1- to 1-3 off
Poat Card Albums.. 1-6 to 1-S off
Joren tie Books 1-4 aft
Bibles ,.; 10 to 20 off
Suit Cases and Bag."...2KjaJ
" Al) China . , . . . . . 20 to off
Cut Glass .....25 off
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