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TTTr' MORNING ORCGONIAX.- SATURDAY, . APRIL 23, ; 1909.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
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In "Th Htrsna A4"rM pf MlM
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STAR TH;ATr,Brrk nl WasMnnnl
Thm Kt0. b Htf. k l'onpny in "Mnw
Baxter ButtM In" Tnltftit at IV Mat-
Tuesday, taturday and Bun-lay al
2 li P- M.
LYRIC TH KATFR S-vnth and A1d-
Th Allen Htork Cuminy In "Th'lnii'
Ton.a-ht at VI Matin.- T:rdV.
T hiirwlay, Saturday and Sunday at 2.15
rAXTAOKS THRATRR Fourth and Ftarfc
Continuous vauua.Ul. l.-iO. .M and
UR AND THKATKTl V aahlngton. bt n
Park and vmh 'nniinuoua audv.Ue,
2.30. 7 .-to and v P. U.
LaATIKq Water Mains. Water mains
ht hHnu laid In many plar on the
Kh1 Shi. . A ttix-lnoh ptpr has Just b.n
i ompU tfd on Knat Taylor, b. twtn Kn.t
Fortieth and Korty-lUth ttr.-t where
Ilttsl Taylor Is being paved with crushed
rofk. Work ha twen tartti! or a tx
inrh main on Framis Hvcmic, txtween
Khm Morrison street and th Ban 1-ine
mad at Mount Tabor. An luht-lnch pipe
baa Jiut bten rompU'tctl on Broadway.
tweon KaM Twenty-ettihlh and Thirty
ngtith stive t. connect iiiK up the hipli
praure nyitem with that district. Other
abort llnea are prnjeeteii. Demand for
pipe line- on the Kmst romts from
rvfry direction but only the most needed
ran be auppllfd. The Water t'mnmittpa
n akitiK for marly feet uf wooden
pipe to lay in Kim-1 Park south of the
Baae Utne road. ThL will conneii with
the 12-tnch main from the uppvr reservoir.
Moat of the extension in tlii suburb arc
tu'b of moo4. wliith will give that kind
of pipe a complete lent.
Rrvivau Wiul. Ct-oyc St NiuT.-Tho re
vival i-ampalgn at i?unny?ide- Melh'dit
KpUtopal Church, with Evansrelist Ris
urn the preacher, will close Sunday eve
ning. "CSreat ftood haj bt-n accom
plished durina; the meetinps." said Mr.
Ford, the pastor, yesterday, "Mr. Rosa
lias proven himself an able preacher,
sincere Christian and earnest worker la
(he rau.e of Christ and greatly endeared
liimself to the pastor and the people.
Mr. RmR will prah Sunday morningr
and evening fnrir. Ford. In tlie morning
sermon he will answer the question, "If
5ort did not make the old book we call
the Bible, who did?" Tins will be a
ureal sermon, and saints and skeptTos
should hear it.
Tkucoraths for IiTEnATi'RK. The
'hambcr of Cuiunierre oftieials were
treated to a surprise yesterday in the
shape of a telegram - asking for litera
ture about Portland. While the Chamber
receives hundreds of letters of inquiry
ivcry week, still, telegrams asking for
literature are not frequent. The fol
lowing; telegram was received yesterday
irorn Oeoi ge K. Keller, of Indianapolis:
"(Mease mail today literature regarding
Portlands desirability as a residential
t'ity.' Mr. Keller's request was com
plied wili. complete assortment ' of
advertising literature on Portland being
enl to him.
Rring Convention to Coast. The
Honi -l of Trade haj "been required by the
Oregon and Washington Iiumber Manu
lacttirers' Association to co-operate with
that body in an effort to have the Na
tional Lumber Manufacturers hold their
meeting m Seattle during the Alaska-Yukon-Pai
lie Kxpositlon. This years
meeting will be held in Minneapolis next
June. The Board of Trade will comply
with the request of the local lumber as
sociation by passing suitable resolutions
which will be forwarded to the officers
of the National organization.
Paust Milwaukee Book Bekr in Town.
earload Just arrived: will be served on
draught from today on as long as it lasts.
t "ream Bock
To be had only at Arata Bros., J Sixth
street, and 3. A. Arata. 1(4 Third street.
Effective May 1. all cars of the Port
land Railway, Light & Power Company
within the city limits . of Portland and
its suburbs, Including St. John, will st6p
only at the near side of crossings, as Is
now being done at railroad Intersections.
Conductors of the Portland Railway
Division are instructed to permit pas
sengers to get on and off of cars at for
ward vtstibule. when desired, except on
forward vestibule of Portland Heights
Rev. J. A. McVeigh, superintendent of
the Men's Resort, will be at the First
Presbyterian Church Sunday morning at
in o'clock, with some of his workers to
assist the minister, William Hiram
Foulkes. in a special service. The pastor
will spesk upon "Shall the Weak Brother
Perish for Whom Christ Died?' At 7:0
P. M.. gospel service, special sospcl music
by the church quartet, sermon- by the
pastor, "The Easter Aftermath."
KrrpiNd the Portland. Y. M. C. A.
th b Largest on thk iiast. This is the
last day in the membership campaign,
w Inch has been going on for ten days
at the. V. M.- C. A. A large number of
new members have been added to the
rolls, the S'Z Initiation fee ha vim; been
dropped. Any who join today will also
make a saving of $2. a well as have
the privilege of the installment form of
?i:bjrctb at People's Forlm. The
People's Fotum, at its regular meeting
Sunday night in Selling-Hirsch hall.
Tenth and Washington streets, witl dis
piss the Armory appropriation bill, the
Muntly corrupt practice act and the pro
poned amendment to the Oregon constitu
tion increasing the pay of members of the
Legislature. Able speakers have oven en
gaged to lead the discussion.
Buried in Portland. The body of
Pavid S. Keener, who was found dead
on the train between Seattle and Tacoma.
April 1!. was brought to Portland and
buried In Lone Fir Cenretery yesterday.
He was born December 11. 1S41. and was
hurled beside the grave of his father. He
was formerly in business in Portland.
Another Dominican Father Arrives.
Fattier Francis Svhinid. O. P.. has been
a1ded to the Dominican Communit v at
the Holy Rosary Church. Ehst Third and
Clackamas streets. He comes from an
Austro-Hungarian Province of Domini
ans and will minister to the Genua n
i Peaking: Catholics of the Roaary parish.
Teddt R. and Mfdcet in town for racing
or driving; they are beauties. See them
before the sale, catalogue Nos. 1RJ and
Fairgrounds. Fire Department build
in:. Merrill in charge.
Hom. Orrorn. corner Grand avenue
snd Eiist Asfi. for rent. Inquire J. H
Bag lor, room 3.
For Rent A few n?c orfices In. Tha
Oregon tan building-. See Superintendent,
Rate War. San Francisco, $5; steamer.
Frank Bollam. agent, 12S. Third street.
Dbt fir cord wood, 4 ft., $o.60; sawed. S6.
Portland Fuel Co. Phones & 26. B 1026.
The North Bank road lets you off at
Collins Hut Spiiugs. No long wagon ride.
A n RESTED FOR Wtrtt-REATINC. On
charge of thwtping his wife's !tf with
a retolvrr. Fred Fidow. 1 East Rrhth
street, was arrest-d lust rht and Indeed
tn jait. In the MMnietpal Co'irt he will
be trl"! for heating his wif-. Mrs. H'.dow.
who has engagr-I an attorney, asserts
that V- hen hr b- II t gere n t spou se Is
hroufht to f h Judg Cameron he witl at
the same Hme le s-r-ed with papers in
a suit f-r d:vorre anl an order from the
Circuit Court enjoining him from further
abusive her. SMow was arrested last
November f"r bat!rg hi wif and the
trouble adjusted without a sentence being
PAHrtoR Dinner. William F. Camp
bell, junior member of the firm of Mc
tteefie A Omphotl. last night enter
tained a partv of bla friends at a bachelor
dinner at the f'ahimL. The dinner was
in lion or of th " host's marriage tomor
row afternoon with Miss Ida Janette.
The event will be cetbrat-d at the home
of the hrirf. ifC Flint street. Mr. Camp
bells guests were: Fred eer. Joseph
Whitney. 11. A. Burgess. Harry Younar.
V, C. Quirk. John" V. Strange. A. K.
Sanderson. S. M. Lunton. Thomas Mr
reeiiie, Jr., George B. Howard and S-
Cashed Mast Worthless Check a. The
police Mre daily reeiving Information
showing that ihe worthlesa-che k artists,
J. F. Madison and Mrs. Anna I Pog
meyer, have opi-rated on a s-ale never
before attempted by rhcck-swindlers in
this state. When complete, the list of
their victims will embrace residents of
most of the large towns in the state. The
Sheriff, at Oregon City, telephoned to the
Police Department yesterday that several
offenses were recorded there against the
prisoners. Like information also came
St,ioHT Gain in Registrations. Regis
trations at the County Clerk's of Hoe yes
terday ran just one short of ."0. Of these
.14 were Republicans, seven were Demo
crats and e is lit were unclassified. The
total regiatration now stands at 31.509. The
books are open from S o'clock in the morn
ing until i o'clock at night. A deputy
clerk is on hand during the noon hour to
register all who come. The books will be
k-pt oiien. until May 1,V
Ixxhikr 'Dies Fro at Injuries. RmH
Lorenson. an employe of the Chapman
Timber Company of Seapoose. died yes
terday morning, in the Good Samaritan
Hospital, es a result of injuries received
in the company's logging camp on Thurs
day afternoon. He was caught under'a
falling tree and crushed. - Hia remains
will be forwarded for burial today to
Meyger, Or., where his father owns a
Consumer's League Meets Today. A
meeting of the Consumers' League will be
held today at 2 I. M., at the I'nitarian
Chapel. The purpose of this meeting is
to consider Saturday-night closing. All
organizations interested in this subject
are invited to send delegates.
Frnk L. Smith has been asked to
stand in with the Beef Trust and raise
the price of meat in Portland. Smith
won't do it. Read the ad, back page.
The Rev. J.; R. Wilson. D. P.. will
preach tomorrow morning at Calvary
Presbyterian Church. In the evening
social prayer service will be held.
For Rent. Ice cream parlor; best loca
tion in Portland. P 862. Oregonian.
W. A. Wise and associates, painless
dentists. Third and Washington.
Dr. R. C. Coffey has returned from bis
Tan oxfords, rut prices. Marks Shoe Co.
GIRLS FALL FROM BRIDGE
Hole In Montgomery i;ulch Span Is
Cause of Serious Injuries,
A neglected hole IK the bridge over the
Montgomery liuleh at Williams avenue
and Weidler street was the cause of
serious injuries to Constance Helen Por
ter, a 3-year-old baby, and Dorothy, her
13-year-old sister. Both girls fell 40 feet
to. the gulch below and narrowly escaped
being killed yesterday afternoon at &:30
The baby received a broken leg, and
was taken last night to the Good Samar
itan Hospital, where physicians found it
necessary to put her under an anaes
thetic to dress" her Injuries., The older
girl received no broken bones, but suf
fered painful internal injuries, which con
flnft her to Iter home.
The two girls are the children of H.
J. Porter, who resides at 363 Ross street,
three blocks a, way from the scene of
the aecident. At the time of the acci
dent the children were on their way to
buy some articles for their mother. The
baby was walking along holding to the
older girl's hand. Their attention was
attracted by some object several blocks
distant and they walked into the hole,
which waas unguarded.
That they- escaped death with such a
great fall is considered miraculous, es
pecially as the ground where they fell
is rough with stumps and stones. Two
strangers passingSiy responded to their
cries and carried them home.
OPERA COMPANY TO LEAVE
San Franciscans "Will Give Farewell
With the performance of "The Belle of
New York" tonight, the Portland engage
ment for the present eeason of the San
Francisco Opera Comparty will end. The
company will leave for Seattle on a spe
cial train at midnight to begin a 17-weeks
engagement there, opening with "The
Belle, of New York." Manager Frank
Hcaly and his company, will leave Port
land witn the regrets of patrons of the
Ma ru.ua m that they are to be deprived
of the pleasure the efforts of the ex
cellent organization have given, and the
hope Is expressed in all quarters that the
San Fram-iseans may come back for a
After Seat tie has been favored with a
s-ason. tlist citw will appreciate what it
means to lose such a fine lot of people
as compose this company. All the old
favorites and the new members of the
company have admirers here who will be
ready to give them a hearty and sincere
welcome whenever they favor ua. with a
return engagement. Au revoir and good
luck is the farewell greeting to Healy,
Miller, the Lrtts, the Webbs, dainty
Daphne Pollard, talented Georgia Camp
Nell, pretty Gene Ormonde. Wiener.
Brownlow. Herr Rcuchner and all the men
and women of the company from their
many Portland friends.
$1.7o sateen petticoats. 9So: sample ho
siery, values to 6fc. 2.V a pair: men's bal
brigaan underwear. :!c: children's 18c
stockings. 1V pair: tape girdles. 35c: 20c
towels, lie: sleeveless vests. So; long kid
gloves. 2 .35 a pair; long silk gloves. JI.4T
pair: sample suits and waists at Grtc on
the dollar. McAUen & McDonnell. Third
and Morrison streets.
. WHEREJTO DINE.
All th 4ellrac!ea of tha aeaaoa at tha
Portland Restaurant; One prlvata apart,
neota for ladies. Joo Waah.. n..r ftta.
TONSETH FLORAL COMPANY
123 6th st. Flowers and plants. Phones
Main 6102; A 1102.
Live Outdoors and Have Health.
Willamette Brand Tents are made of
the best materials with superior work
manship. For sale by all-dealers. Will
amette Tent Awning Company, Manu
C A COGSWELL DIES
Drops Dead After Running for
LEADER IN CITY AFFAIRS
Hl Born HoMdont of the Slate fur
.Many Years and Mas Mcm-ln-r
of Mayor's Kcru
After running from iiis Summer home,
near the Bollwond Golf Ijnks, to ratrh a
city-bound trolley--ar at Island Station
yesterday moniinic. C. A. t'onswell. a
member of the Kxecutive Board, and a
citizen widely known throughout the
Mate, wag stricken with heart failure and
I died almost Instantly. Colonel James P.
Shaw and John Scott, neighbors, were at
his side at the time. The end came so
suddenly that nothing could be done
toward summoning medical help. The
body waa removed at Mitwaukie. and was
conveyed to the undertaking rooms of
Finley A Sons.
The body will lie removed this after-
noon to the family home. Fast Seventh
street and Holladay avenue, where It
will remain until 1 P. M. Sunday. From
the residence, the body will be conveyed
to the Portland Crematorium, where at 2
o'clock Sunday afternoon, the funeral ser
vloes will occur. Portland. I-dge of
Masons, of which the deeeased was a
member, will be in charge. Friends
may view the body from 2 P. M. today
until noon tomorrow at Mr. Cogswell's
Mayor Harry T-ane paid a visit to Mr.
Cogswell's family yesterday afternoon,
conveying to them his. deep regret. At 4
P. M., when the Executive Board con
vened, it immediately adjourned, upon
motion of R. L. 9:tbin, to meet t A
o'clock Monday. The Mayor appointed
C. E. Sullivan, Thomas G. Greene and
R. L, Sabin a committee on resolutions
from the Board, and it was also de
cided, that the Mayor and members will
attend the funeral services In a body.
Loss to Executive Board,
Mayor Lane and the members of the
Executive Board feel keenly the loss sus
tained through the sudden death of Mr.
Cogswell, and so exnj essed themselves.
The Mayor was deeply affected, and paid
a warm tribute to h is departed friend
and co-worker by declaring him to have
been one of the most useful citizens the
state and city ever had.
In the death of Mr. Cogswell, Mayor
Lane loses one of his stanchest sup
porters and valuable advisors. He -'was
peculiarly valuable as a member of the
Executive Board, as he was a lawyer of
ability, and was frequently looked to
for advice on legal phases of the busi
ness coming before .the Board. He was
so situated, also, that he could devote
much time to city affairs, and this was
a great pleasure to hiin. To refer a
matter to him for consideration meant
that it would receive prompt and careful
attention, and that a speedy report would
be forthcoming. He became a members
of the Board three years ago, when
Mayor Lane first assumed the duties of
oftice, and remained continually to his
As a member of the Executive Board,
he was chairman of the judiciary and the
street-cleaning committees and was on
the franchise committee. These posi
tions carry great responsibility, but never
during his tenure of office did he make
an error in performing the duties.
Came to State After War.
Mr. Cogswell was 64 years of age, and
was born in Rutland. Vt., January 3.
1844. He is survived by his widow and
three children, Charles and Marjorie
Cogswell and Mrs. . JE. Oelinsky, all
Mr. Cogswell moved to Towa jn early
youth, and at the age of 17 years; with
the outbreak of the Civil War. enlisted as
a volunteer, serving throughout the cam
paign, and being mustered out as Avu
tenant of his company. At' the close of
the war. fc moved to Oregon and settled
in I-ake County. He took up the study of
law and was successful, lie was twice
elected to the Senate from Lake and
Klamath counties, serving from 1SSS to
1S92. and was at one time County Judge
in Lake County. He was also counsel
for the Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany in that county. After retiring from
the Legislature, and the. active practice of
law. he moved with Ills family to Port
land. At tlie time of his election to the State
Senate. Mr. Cogswell was a "gold" Demo
crat, but during the campaign when Mo
Kinley was first elected, he supported the
Republican ticket, and continued to be
a member of that party up to the time of
his death. I'nder Mayor Rowe, he was
a member of the Board of Public Works.
He was president of the Warner Valley
Stock Company, which controls 40.000
acres of grazing lands in Southern Oregon
and Northern California. He also be
longed to Sumner Post, G. A. R.; Port
land Iodge, A. F. and A. M.; the Ore
gon Cummandery, Knights Templar, and
the Mystic Shrine.
His death caused general sorrow at the
City Hall, and especially among those
with whom he had been associated for
years most intimately. Flags on all city
buildings were immediately placed at
half-mast. Throunhout Oregon, where he
was widely known because of his long
residence, his sudden demise will come
as a great shock.
Orepni Students Win Scholarships.
WALI-A WALLA. Wash., April 34.
(Special.) David Campbell, f of Mon
mouth, Or., in piano, and Miss Florence
Boh an n on, of Wallace. Idaho, in vocal,
were the winners of first prizes in the
two days' prize musical contest of the
Whitman Conservatory of Music, which
came to srclose this evening. The prizes
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C. A. Cogswell.
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money subject to
If you keep your
THE OLDEST Ja'JST COMPANY IN OREGON
Open Your Account
With Us Today
Call fnr our bock of
S. E. Cor. Third and Oak Sts.
RKNJ. I. COHKS President
H. 1- PITTOt'K Vice-President
1K. A. 8. MCHOLs, Sd. Vlee-Prest
B. IJiE PAtiET. Secretary
J. o. tiOl.TRA. . . Assistant Secretary
V. J. (ill. I. Assistant Secretary
consist of a J350 acholarship for one year
In the Whitman Conservatory of Music.
Second prlxea. consisting: of free tuition
in the conservatory for one year, valued
at 100. were won by Miss kola Powell,
of Monmouth. Or.. In voice, and Francis
D. Hoiters. of Spokane, in piano. There
were 25 contestants.
FIGHTS TO AVOID TRIAL
Finis Brown Wanted for Hold-up
by Tortland Police.
Finis Brown, now held by the Vancou
ver, Wash., authorities,' and accused by
John Miller, a farmer of Champoea, of
being one of the thugs who on Thursday
night ?arroted him in the back room of
a saloon at Front and day streets and
robbed him of $730, will attempt to pre
vent his return to this state.
Yesterday Captain Baty sent Detectives
Hellyer and Maloney to Vancouver to
bring back the prisoner. Brown refused
to accompany them and gave notice that
he would fight extradition. Extradition
papers were applied for at Salem yester
day afternoon and issued. They were
forwarded to Olynvpia, Wash., where
Brown will be represented by an attorney
before the Washington state authorities.
Brown is wanted by the Portland po
lice because the evidence they have
against him in this case is strong and his
conviction seems assured. He is also
wanted on a more serious charge and it
is said that evidence may be in the hands
of the police by the time he Is extradited.
for perpetrating the' second crime.
The man is regarded as one of the
worst characters in the Pacific North
west. He is known to the local police
under the aliases of FYed Bonaparte and
Ernest Hunter. He was arrested on Jan
uary U on suspicion of having- robbed
several saloons, but for lack of evidence
waa allowed to plead guilty to vagrancy,
for which he received a 60-day sentence
to the rockpile. t'nder the name of
Bonaparte he served two years in the
Wisconsin penitentiary at Waupin for
Indian Stabs Marshal.
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash.. April 24.
In a desperate encounter with an Indian
named Billy Dixon, early this morning.
Town Marshal Clarence Adams, of
Yakima City, was seriously wounded, be
ing struck on the head with a large
Jack-knife, the. blade of which penetrated
over an inch into his skull. Recovery
Is doubtful. Dixon was arrested on a
This ought to get
you interested in
seeds that Grow
Seeds, for instance
Every dealer sells Lilly's Best
A copy of our catalog will be
sent you on request contains
112 pages and 16 colored pho
tographs of new novelties.
Ohm. H. Lilly Co. '
Smmttlm mnd Porilmnd
F. W. Baltes
First and Oak
Of all varieties permanent It cured in a few dari without
turgical operation or detention from boatneaa. No pay
will be accepted until the patient ia completely astiaied
Write or PinPiiTV Diiariinp Aiinr
catlnpoa TIULLII I HUriUlaC UUKC
Z1X SwctUad Bide PORTLAND, OB.
H. B. LITT
charge of attempted murder. Adams
is a young man and was but recently
appointed to office.
Tans! Tans! Tans! at Rosenthal's.
of Good Gloves
S1.75 1-button-1eBft-th Slltc
;love for gl.2, Our ex
tra quality, double-finger-tiDDed:
colors and black
or white. Each pair bears
M ift-bnttoa-lenctb C a P e
Gloves, Mpeelal $3.39
AU Tan Dent s Stvle.
3.50 12-hurton Kid Gloven,
extra quality. $2.79.
Colors, black, white, navy,
tan and brown. je
We Reeelve New Neckwear
Every Day 25 eh and
dp. New bow3, new collars,
Merry "Widow VelU
$1.98 C o lo r a black,
35r Rmbroldered l.liif n
Collar, splendid quality
and correct 1Q
40e and .Oe Taffeta Rib
bon, Inrhea wide, npeelnl
25 yard. Extra quality.
All colors and black and
93 Irlme l.aee, 1 CA
4 inches wide liW
. 25c pad 3Tr Kin broideries
and iBHcrtlona, 1 C
Opea I atll 9t.M.
Men Fitted Saturday
at the only
Glove Store for Men
rlqurKld. Capr ad f OC
Mocha Gloria, latrol ahadea, A I H
tllli ralura. aDCClal .air T'""
' Monixm Ht.. Opposite roatofflce.
LIBERTY COAL & ICE CO.,
. 312 Pine Street.
Phones :-aiain 1662, A 3136.
BLUMAUER & HOCH IVA A T
1M awd It. Favtfe Straat. X X A. X. JL A
ala fMstrlkatara he Onm aa Tl
Its policy is to impartially administer its triists. and to progress
ively manage its business on a sate and conservative basis.
Security Savings 8 Trust Company
Corbett Building, Portland, Oregon.
CAPITAL, $500,000 SURPLUS, $250,000
Special Low Fares
To the East and Return
Northern Pacific Railway
Including St. Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Chicago,
St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Etc.
For full information regarding rates, routes, etc.,
to points East, call on or write
A. D. Charlton, A. G. P. A.
?' "Fits Llk. Your FootpHnt"
unroll i ina.mni:iani jwna mmail
inalllaHKif Mli""""' n in iianai rnai I in J
S A POLIO
Is especially valuable daring th.
Summer season, when outdoor occu
pations and sports are most in order.
GRASS STAIN'S, MUD STAINS
AN3 CALLOUS SPOTS
yield to it, and it is particularly
reable when used in the bath after
All aroceia and Druggisttv.
ROCK SPRINGS COAL
INDEPENDENT COAL AND ICE CO.
SSI &TABK STBEKT. ,
Qppostt. City Ubrary, Botk FiioaM,
1 ' '''liS
II On Eyelet Ties In Tan
II f7ZZr HEY combine tha 3
II '11 KS with the ease of H
II iivNr ur the ",ord- TneB
fl one cVclet ribbon B
la r lLfiy tie keeps the shoe g
li I snugly in place
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