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TTTE JIORXTS'G OREROXTA!T, TTESDAT, DECEMBER 1, 1914.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF
Manas-in Editor Main 7070. A 8095
City Editor Main 70T0, A 805
Sundav Editor Main 7070. A 6095
Advertising Department ...Main 7070, A 6095
City Circulation Main 7070, A 6u3
Composing-room ..........Main 7070, A tiO'jo
PrlntinK-room Main 7070, A 6095
(superintendent Bulldlnc . . .Main 7070, A 6095
HEILIG (Broadway, at Taylor) "The Bird
of Paradise). Tonight at 8:15 o'clock.
BAKER Broadway and sixth, between Al
dr and Morrison) Baker Player, tn
"Ready Money." Tonight at 8:1S.
L.TR1C iFnuith and Btarki Musical com
edy, "Money to Burn." This afternoon at
SUJO and tonight at 7:30 and 0:10 o'clock.
ORPHETJM Broadway at Stark. Thl af
ternoon at 2:15 and tonight at 8:1S o'clock.
PANT AGES (Broadway, at Alder) Per
formances at 2:30, 7:80 and 8:30 P. M-
IIARCX'3 LOEWS EMPRESS (Broadway
and Yamhill Continuous performance
Jrom 1:30 to 6:30; 6:30 to 11 P. M.
KATIOXAL Park and Stark.
PEOPLE'S West Park and Alder.
MAJESTIC Park and Washington.
NEW STAR Park and Washington.
SUNSET THEATER Wash, and Broad'ay.
FORMER BAKER ACTRESS
AND PRESENT STAR VISIT
Mabel Cameron, at Empress, and Irene Oshier Talk Over Old Times.
Memory Teats of Stock-Play Folk Miraculous, Says Vaudevillist.
Street Improvement Proposed.
Flans have been prepared for the im
provement of East Fifty-seventh and
other streets from Syndicate Addition
to the south line of Thompson street
In Merlow Addition. The district in
cludes East Fifty-seventh from Sacra
mento street to Syndicate Addition;
East Fifty-eighth through Syndicate
Addition; Sacramento, from East Fifty
seventh to East Fifty-eighth; Tillamook,
from East Fifty-seventh to East Fifty
eighth; Thompson and Hancock, from
East Fifty-seventh to East Fifty
eighth. This includes grading and
cement curbs and sidewalks. The
estimated cost of the improvement is
Tbreb Win, Two Ass: ' Divorces.
That he beat her was the charge
brought against Frank A. Major by
Nellie Major in a divorce suit filed
yesterday. She asks to resume her
maiden name. Grey. The two were
married in April, 1910, and it is
alleged the husband deserted her the
lollowing December. Dura sued Mat
thew O'Brien, charging desertion in
1913. They were married in Oklahoma
in 1903. Judge McGinn granted a
divorce to Sarah from Lester D. Carter
and Judge Davis gave decrees to Pearl
from J. F. Meikle and to Edna M. from
Rotariaks to Speu "Back to school
for 30 minutes" is the programme an
nounced for the Rotary Club at Its
luncheon at the Benson Hotel today.
An old-fashioned spelling bee will be
held in which every member will be
expected to participate. Before this,
a recognition contest will be held in
which each member will be expected to
tell the name and business of his
neighboring member without the roll-
call. The new offices of the Rotary
Club were opened yesterday on the
second floor of the National Theater
Liberty Ends Soon. Peter Samar,
arrested yesterday by the police on a
drunk and disorderly conduct charge,
following a four days' spree, it is said,
la one of the prisoners lately released
from the County Jail by Judge McGinn
on his own recognizance. Samar was
In jail on a charge of non-support. He
was freed upon signing a bond to con
duct himself as a model citizen and
later appeared of his own volition to
plead to the charge. After pleading not
guilty, he was released again on his
own recognizance. He was arrested
yesterday by Detective Swennes.
Christmas Collections for Relief.
Collections taken at the Christmas
services of the Knights Templar this
year will be applied to the relief work
not only for the local poor, but for
the sufferers in Europe, according to
the announcement of J. F. Robinson
secretary of the Oregon grand lodge
of Masons. This arrangement is in ac
cord with the action at the grand en
campment, where it was decided to
make an effort to secure at least $1
from each of the 1,567,000 Masons In
the United States.
Sale o Seals Is Thotbsdat. The
opening day of the sales of the Red
Cross seals, Thursday, will be under
the auspices of the Overlook and
Coterie Clubs. About 40 booths will
be established in hotel lobbies, public
buildings and office buildings through
out the city. The entire campaign is
under the auspices of the Federation
of Women's Clubs and on each suc
ceeding day new committees from
affiliated clubs in the city will take
direct charge of the sale of the seals
from the booths.
Salesman's Club to Meet. The
Salesman's Club will hold a meeting at
the Oregon Hotel Friday night to con
sider work for the coming season. The
organization has been in existence only
a short time, but already is planning
an extensive career of service. It is
Intended at the meeting Friday night
to make plans for raising funds for
the unemployed, to serve a Christmas
dinner to the unemployed and hold
"high jinks" for the members of the
club .on Christmas.
Reed Extension Dectures Todat.
In the Reed College extension course.
No. 12, natural science. Dr. William
Conger Morgan will lecture this after
noon at- 3 o'clock on the topic, "The
World of Waste." This course meets
in the biological lecture-room of the
college. In course No. 18, "The War:
Its Origins and Significance," Dr. Ken
neth Datourette will lecture tonight
at 8 o'clock on "India and the War."
This course meets In Library hall of the
Second Raspberries Here. A sec
ond crop of bright, red raspberries has
been raised on the bushes belonging to
Mrs. A. S. Young, 461 Skidmore street.
The berries are ordinary-sized and
those which have ripened have a rich
flavor. Many small green berries ap
pear on the vines. The berries are
ripening daily, despite the chilly
weather. Mrs. Young has not taken
particular care of the fruit, and is
justly proud of her second crop.
Patrolman Crowb Dismissed. The
first victim of the recently adopted
police rules and regulations is M. E.
Crowe, patrolman, who was dismissed
from the service yesterday by Mayor
Albee on charges of Intoxication while
on duty. It Is said that Patrolman
Crowe was drunk while on duty Sun
day. Charges were filed yesterday
morning with Mayor Albee by Chief
of Police Clark and Crowe's dismissal
took place yesterday afternoon.
Yard Workman Asks $6000. T. A.
Simmons, employed in the Vancouver,
Wash., yards of the Spokane, Port
land & Seattle Railway last September
unloading heavy timbers from a flat
car, alleges he was injured in a suit
filed yesterday agalndt the railroad in
which he asks damages amounting to
S6000. It is charged that negligence
of the defendant in not providing a
safe place for him to work was re'
sponsible for the accident.
Rev. J. Richard Olson Honored.
Rev. J. Richard Olson, pastor of the
Immanuel Lutheran Church, was
honored at a reception by his congrega
tion on Sunday night after the serv
ices. Rev. Mr. Olson has Just returned
from an extended visit in the East. He
was presented with a handsome lamp
of Empire brass as a token of ap
preciation of the members of the
Cnno LKAoua to Hold Discussion.
The department of revenue and taxa
tion of the Oregon Civic League today
at noon will discuss the question of
dealing with foreign concessions in
Mexico. The meeting is open to any
one Interested and will be heH In the
college room of the Uazelwood.
Car Tickets Free. A So car ticket
free with every dollar's worth pur
chased at the Le-ue-Davis Drug Co.
. Third, and TamhlU tvAdT,
HAPPY little reunion was held
over a dainty tea-table set for
two at the Hotel Benson early
yesterday afternoon,' when Irene Oshier.
leading woman of the Baker Players,
snatched half an hour between rehear
sals to sip oolong with her old friend.
Mabel Cameron, who is playing in the
clever sketch. "The Bridegroom For
got." at Marcus Loew'a K.mnrcan tui.
When Miss Oshier w Kmin tv.-
role of "The Poor Little Kch Girl" tn
.eWr.York 8he became a great friend
or Miss Cameron, who was then resting
between strenuous seasons with travel
ing productions. Their meeting yes
terday In Portland was doubly Interest
ing because Miss Oshier now holds the
position with the Baker Players for
merly held by Miss Cameron, who was
with the Baker Players for several
weeks In 1911.
"It was my first, last and only ex
perience In stock," said Miss Cameron,
and I take off my hat to Miss Oshier
and all other valiant stock actresses.
How they can uerform tht faa
memory they do, forgetting one role,
playing another and learning a third,
all at the same time, is more than I
can understand. I had had quite a lot
oi experience in traveling productions,
but didn't realize what I was attempt
ing when I went Into stock. I had Just
recovered from typhoid fever, which
may have made it harder, hut thn, to-a,
weeks always will remain a nightmare
iu me. naa many splendid friends In
Portland, and grew to love this North
western city, but I simply could not
memorize all those roles In such rapid
succession, and as soon as Mr. Baker
could engage some one to take my
place I was glad to sret luck tn th.
steady productions and vaudeville. In
l JT .w - '-a
iz. ' - - - -
Mabel Cameron. Former Lead Inge Woman
at Baker. Aow at Empreu.
my opinion all stock actresses are
miracle-workers, and I don't know how
in the world they can do it."
Sheet Metal Works Tvmnpnn ATM
Articles of incorporation were filed
wn.n county t;ierk Coffey yesterday by
the Western Sheet Metal Works, which
proposes to engage in the business of
manufacturing various metal
Capital stock Is fixed at 15000 and In
corporators are: JS. L. McDougal, F
C. McDougal and R. P. Hurst. Articles
also were filed by Root & Kerr, to con
duct a general engineering and con
struction business. Incorporators are
Edward T. and Belle O. Root and John
T Kerr. Capital stock is stated to be
"Roman Art" Lecture Today. Mem
bers of the Portland Art Association,
teachers In the schools and students
will attend the lecture on "Roman Art"
to be given this nfternoon at 3:30
o'clock in the Art Museum by Miss
Helen Putnam, one of the new in
structors at the art school. Miss
Putnam has traveled extensively and
has passed much time In Rome and is
thoroughly conversant with her sub
ject. Those who are Interested are
asked to attend.
Auto Hire Decision Made. Drivers
of automobiles for hire exclusive of
employes of taxicab companies, need
not display their badges conspicuously
unless actually engaged in dealing with
the public, decided Municipal Judge
Stevenson in a test case yesterday
morning against Charles Trescott. The
meaning of the word "operate" in the
law was construed to be confined to
solicitation of the public and the op
eration of the automobile.
Former Minnesotans to Meet. All
former ilinnesotans have been invited
to the meeting in Cotillion hall tonight.
where the regular business will be
transacted and a special programme of
music ana "stunts" will be given.
Dancing and cards will be the diversion
later in the evening. The women
have been requested to bring lunch
baskets and a spread will end the
Registration Department Closes.
ine registration department was
closed at the Courthouse for the year
last night after having been open
since early in the year. The services
or nve clerks employed there will be
dispensed with until they are again
needed when the registration books
open next Spring preparatory to the
city election In June.
Druggist's Arrest Asked. A com
plaint was issued yesterday from the
District Attorney's .office for the ar
rest of Frank Nau, Portland druggist,
the charge being that he permitted tho
saie or drugs In his store by a clerk
who was not a licensed pharmacist.
The suit is brought by the State Board
of Pharmacy which is making a cam
paign against this sort of offense.
Woman's Auxiliary to Meet. The
woman's auxiliary to the German Red
Cross Society will meet this afternoon
in Deutsches Haus. Final preparations
will be made for the entertainment.
iete ana bazaar that is to be held on
Friday and Saturday and for which
elaborate plans have been announced.
Hvgienb Lectures Begin Today.
The Oregon Social Hygiene Society an
nounces a series or lour noon hour
talks lor men at the Baker Theater,
beginning today, from 12:20 to 12:50.
Dr. Frederick A. Klehle speaks on
"Prevention of the Social Diseases vs.
Probate op Estate Asked. A -netl-
tlon that the estate of the late William
Seltmann be admitted to probate was
niea yesterday with County Clerk Cof
fey. The estate is said to be worth
$5400 and three relatives in Germanv
are named as heirs. George Henkel Is
The Annual Bazaar and sunner of
l james Lutheran Church, West Park
and Jefferson sts will be given by the
ladles of the church on Wednesday
afternoon and evening. Tea will be
served in the afternoon and supper in
tne evening alter a o'clock. Adv.
Women's Club to Hear Talk. At
torney Conrad P. Olson will address
the Women's Political Science Club this
afternoon at 3 o'clock In room H, Cen
tral LiDrary, on A Bill to Establish
the Rights of tne Illegitimate Child."
The meeting is public.
Daughters of Revolution to Enter-
tain. Willamette chapter. Daughters
of the American Revolution, will give
a unnstmas party to the residents of
the Patton Home Wednesday, Decem
ber 9. An entertainment will be pro
vided. Deaconess" Aid Society to Meet.
The Deaconess Aid Society of the First
Methodist Episcopal Church will met
at the home of Mrr. O. L. Price, 701
Siskiyou street, Wednesday at 10
Women's Relief Society to Meet.
The monthly meeting of the Women's
Relief Society will be held today at 2
o'clock in room F of the First Presby
terian Church, Twelfth and Alder
OALVATTON ARMT IOBSO PEOPLE TO
Rally. The young people's societies
of the Salvation Army Corps No. I and
No. 4, will condu.-.t a united young
people's rally at the army hall, 243
Asn street, tonignt at B o clock.
Lents Streets Renamed. Th xiirn
of the new street names in the Lents
suburb are being placed on these
streets. The new names conform to
iu ruru&na Btreets.
Genesee Couple Weds.
G EXES EE, Ida.. Nov. 80. (Special.)
J. H. Hail and Miss Huel Whltted
were married yesterday. Miss Whlt
ted i3 a graduate of the Genesee High
School, and has made her home here for
years, her father being a well-known
farmer in the Genesee country. Mr.
Hall has been here several years, com
ing here from the South. They will
make their home southeast of. Genesee,
UTILE PLAY FUNNY
'Billy's Tombstones" Comedy
Offering at Pantages.
FALSE TEETH BASE PLOT
Musical Blacksmiths Make Surpris
ing Changes, Lanky Funster De
lights, "Little Caruso" Is
Charmer, Others Amuse.
A nicely balanced bill has Pantages
this week, with a farce comedy, "Billy's
Tombstones," heading the list. This
funny, foolish little sketch hasn't lost
any of its laughing qualities, and a
capital little company, headed by Edgar
Atchison Ely, presents it. The tomb
stones delicately referred to are the hero
Billy's teeth, which he loses aboard a
steamer and around which consequent
situations the little farce has been
written. Mr. Ely is a merrymaker for
Slaley. Burbeck and Slaley are musi
cal blacksmiths who make melody out
of anvils and hammers and tongs. They
weld a wheel rim set to musical pound
ings and put a wagon together. One
of the men gives a blithe soft-shoe
dance, and then, at the shrill blast of
whistle, blackness reigns on the stage
for one minute. Another whistle blast
and a parlor scene is shown with the
three, formerly garbed in smithy s ap
parel, now wearing evening clothes.
After another musical programme, this
time with piano, violin and 'cello, the
whistle blows rgain and the three are
back in the blacksmith's shop. The act
is in a spotlight by itself.
Joe Lanigan, long and lean and
laugh-making, ambles in and gets rid
of a weight on his chest in the form
of songs and parodies. He makes cap
ital out of his physical architecture,
and hands his nose a lot of bouquets.
The audience liked Joe Immensely.
A beautiful voice has "Little
Caruso," who sings with his brother.
Caruso the second has a tenor voice
unusually sweet and sympathetic. The
two make an effective entrance glid
ing along in a gondola and singing.
Dunn and Mitchell have a lively of
fering in " The Lemon City Land
Agent." One of the two Is a "wise
guy" land shark, the other is Uncle
Rube from Chicago's suburbs. They
chin and bunco each other before an
amazingly real picture of Lemon City
as It Is to be, and then, with a change
of curtains, they saunter into Lemon
City as It really is. The audience rel
ishes mightily the real estate comedy.
A comedy hoop-roiling act presented
by the three Kraytons departs from the
old line of hoop-rolling, and as a finale
the two men form the spokes in a wheel
and roll about the stage.
LYRIC HAS BIG LAt'GHMAKER
"Money to Burn," Extremely Comi
cal, and Entire Cast Shines.
"Money to Burn" is the title of a
clever one-act play at the Lyric The
ater. The plot is written in a new
style by Al Franks, leading man. The
costumes worn in "Money to Burn" are
fresh and a riot of color, red predom
inating in the chorus.
Al Franks, as Izzy Cohen, and Lew
Dunbar, once more a Dutchman, are in
fatuated with a charming widow, the
character played by Jeanne Mai, the
leading woman, who Is a singer as well
as a finished actress. The widow will
not consider their proposals because
they are too rich to make her happy.
Iltuuo uu:h of the suitors plans to rid
himself of his fortune.
No matter how fast the good-natured
Dutchman lets his thousands go, some
thing always happens to bring him as
much money as he has wasted. In
despair Cohen and his rival suitor make
a bonfire of all their money. Then, after
being improverishea they discover that
the widow has married another.
Ethel Burney, who has graduated
from the chorus Into the cast, receives
much applause. Marie Celestlne led the
chorus in a song introducing minstrel
riddles, in which every chorus girl got
in a few words effectually winning ap
plause. Nine musical numbers. Invit
ing many encores, were Introduced.
by the State to
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ceiver or In
supervision of the State
Superintendent of Banks. The
time to arrange your affairs
is while you are here to ar
range them. Consult your
lawyer about your will. We
co-operate with him In carry
ing out your wishes. Title &
Trust Company. Title & Trust
Building, Fourth near Stark.
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If you could see the
careful way in which
Shoes, as we have seen
it, you would no longer
wonder why particular
people will wear no
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EMPRESS HAS BIG VAKJETX
Wilson Brothers, Headliners, "Win
Encores by Dozen.
Mirth provoking comedians, a troupe
or Arabian acrobats, a funny sk-lt.
good singers, a pair of Joke manufac
turers. lively dancers ard entertaining
movies make up the bill at the Empress
this week. The headliners are the
Wilson brothers, Frank and Joe. ood
natured chaps,- whose yodellng, sing
ing, dancing and happy way of joshing
the audience make a tremendous hit.
At yesterday s performances the Wil
sons were encored a dozen times. Most
of their jokes were brand new, which
ma-ae tnem aouDly appreciated.
Spectacular, brilliant in costuming.
rich in stage setting, "Slayman All's
Hooloos, a troupe of Arabian aero
bats and whirling: Bervlshers, appear
in a rapid-fire act. The curtain rises
to disclose the desert with the pyra
mids in the distance and Arabs enter
to the strains of weird music. The
sun rises and into the brightness there
comes the entire band of clever per
formers whose feats of skill and darina-
win tor them deserved applause. Their
act is nt for headline honors in any
"The Groom Forgot" meaninir the
Dnoegroom, is the title of the skit that
keeps the house in a merry mood.
Mabel Cameron takes the part of an
actress, wno is tne bride of a ne'er-do
well young millionaire. Alan Devltt is
cast as Richard Van Dune, the bride-
groom who couldn't remember he was
married. He's a scream. T. F. Mulll
gan Is Andy Schultzenheimer from
police headquarters. The plot is fair
ana tne acting above the ordinary.
Billed as high-class vocalists and
living well up to their reputation are
Virgil Holmes and Marjorle Riley, who
sing soios ana auets. They have a
varied programme of popular and od-
eratic selections which they sing ac
Life Is Just a smile to be nursed
into a chuckle and developed into one
big laugh," is the philosophy of Sallv
Stembler. who, with her brother as a
side-partner, gives a string of sons-
ana pa iter.
Golden and West, nimble dancers
who open the show, are worth seeinsr.
Of the pictures the "Angelus" Is par
ticularly interesting with song and
rausio in Keeping.
CONCERT TO HELP GIRLS
Benefit Tomorrow Xlght Includes
Excellent Solo -Xumbers.
A benefit concert for a most worthy,
benevolent object to bid t'ue financial
needs of two young women workers-
will be held at Christensen's Hall, to
morrow eight at 8:30 o'clocit.
The musical soloists are excellent in
their special lines, and the promoters
declare that on that account also, the
appeal for deserved aid should have
The patronesses are:
Mrs. George W. Weldler, Mrs. Mor
ris H. Whitehouse, Mrs. Ralph E.
Moody, Mrs. Lee Hoffman, Mrs. R J.
Marsh, Mrs. Henry Russel Talbott.
Mrs. J. Coulson Hare. Miss Cornelia
Cook, Miss Emily Loverldge, Miss G. N.
The programme follows:
Violin solo. Miss Vivian De Lory:
vocal solo. Miss Etheldred McElhinny;
vocal duet. Stuart McGulre and War
ren Irwin; vocal solo. Miss Goldie
Peterson; dance. Miss Edythe McEl
hlnny; vocal solo, Joseph Berry; vocal
solo, Mrs. Rose Coursen Reed; Violin
solo. Miss Vivian De Lory; vocal solo,
Dr. William M. Campbell; vocal solo,
Mrs. Delphine Marx; dance, Miss Har
riet Harlow and Harold Grady; Mor
daunt A. Goodnough, piano accompanist.
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other sizes will sell at the regular prices.
You Take No Chances
Our Guarantee Is Your Protection
Your grocer will refund the full price you paid if
M. J. B. does not please your taste no mat
. ter how much you have used out of the can.
in Airtight Tins
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5km Francisco, Calif.
duct was proposed to carry Holgrate
street above the several tracks of the
Southern Pacific Railroad, but there is
still a hitch in the proceedings and the
viaduct has not been built.
The railroad company wants to use
the old iron of the railroad bridge and
some of the spans for this viaduct, but
the city has prepared another and more
elaborate plan, which the railroad com
pany thinks Is too expensive, costing
Holgate street was paved more than
a year ago, with the understanding
the viaduct would be built soon, it be
ing the principal street extending Into
the Woodstock and Ivanhoe districts
and carrying a heavy travel. The via
duct is wanted to avoid danger of pass
ing trains and switch engines north
and south of Holgate street.
Bu-Kola Tablets are considered the
best remedy for all forms of kidney
and bladder troubles. A trial will con
vince you, 26c a box at all drugstores.
HOLGATE NEEDS REPAIRS
Action on VI a duet Over Southern
Pacific Tracks Still Fending.
It has been found necessary to re
pair the roadway on Holgate, between
East Eig-htenth to East Twenty-first
streets, south of the Southern Pacific
carshops, which was laid last ar n
place of the viadnct proposed. It lias
been more than a rear since this -vla-
Th ti&WAhO i ft . mcKiarn o
anil appointed hotel, posse Mini
one of eh most oe&utitul cror lofr
bic la lbs i orttaBL Located at
10th and Aider sta.. oppoalt Old.
B wortman lUag i Dig deptrtmen. m
H store. In heart of retail and theater M
B district. Katies. $1 and up Bus 1
B mseta all trains. W oar also runs H
R from Union Uapot direct to HOTKL H
B EEWARD- W. VL SBWA-RD. Proa g
f Monthly Nothing: to Prevent Yen
From Bnyina; a Piano Now.
Xfw Piano. S315, S293, $385
I ed Pianos 9 45,1b 05, Sl-45
Player Pianos 8295, 3t3. 8-135
Graves Music Co.
PIONEER MUSIC STORE,
lilt Puortk St.
CHAIRS TO RECANE.
v School for the Adult Blind,
11th and Davis.
For particulars call J. F. Meyers.
Phone Main 548.
Cft Book telling how easy
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I IT 1 I DRUO and TOBACCO
If I. L habits. Sent sealed
and unmarked. Men
tion which you are Interested In.
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7X4 Paris SJrect. . . Portland, Or.
The House of Welcome
Park and Alder Streets,
In the theater and shopping dis
trict, one block from any car
line. Rates $1.00 per day and
ap. With bath, $1.50 per day
and up. Take our Brown Auto
C. W. Cornelius, President
H. E. Fletcher, Manager.
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Y. M. C A., Taylor and BUUx fitraeta.
and 50 Other
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English for For
Plan Reading1 and
Show Card Writlaa;
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for Sale In LarKe Quantities.
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Victoria, B. C.