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THE MORXIXG OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, APRTL 11, 1933
AMATEURS PUT Oil
BILL OF THRILLS
Moving Mure lews
Ring Itself Sways Like
CITY TITLES AT STAKE
B'nal B'rith Fighters Win Every
Bout Entered Tournament
liaftdled With Speed.
There may not have been as much
class in last night's preliminaries to
the city boxing and wrestling' cham
pionships, held in the B'nai B'rith
gymnasium, as in the Pacific coast
title meet here recently, but there
certainly was plenty of action, with
accent on the plenty and the action.
There were technical knockouts
and clean knockouts not so technical,
administered in every manner, shape
and form." Not a bout on the card
that wasn't a bunch of fireworks,
When the final bout ended the ring
itself was swaying like a punch-
The feature was the showing made
by the B'nal B'rith boxers and the
speed with which the tournament
was handled by the B'nal B'rith club.
The double B scrappers won . every
fight they entered, copping six
matches In all. All these winners
will go into the semi-finals and
some into the finals tonight.
Best Fight Hard to Pick.
It is hard to pick the best fight
of the bill. They were all "best
fights." The second scrap of the
evening, between Tommy O'Brien, un
attached, and Joe Levy of B'nal
B'rith, at 115 pounds, perhaps de
serves the palm for hot battling.
OBrien, a pugnacious Irishman,
found his match in Levy. After four
rounds of terrific milling the latter
was pronounced the victor. Both
boys threw science to the winds.
The surprise of the night was the
one-round knockout scored by Johnny
Alexander, an unattached light
weight, over Ernest Woodward o
Multnomah, who was runner up for
the Pacific coast title this year.
Woodward started in great shape and
after an exchange of vicious punches
sent Alexander spinning to the floor
with a clean right-hand wallop, and
SO seconds later Woodward was dead
to the world. Alexander had gotten
up and started socking and a hay
maker right put Woodward down for
liillis Beats Bader.
Ed Lillis, B'nal B'rith middleweight,
and L. Bader of Multnomah put up
a wild swinging melee until the
referee stopped it and gave it to
Lillis. Neither showed much knowl
edge of boxing but there was plenty
Vincent Mon Pere, ex-amateur
champion, came out of retirement
last night wearing Multnomah col
ors, and scored a two-round victory
over W. Dewey of Hill Military acad
emy. Mon Pere weighed about 155
pounds, while Dewey looked 185 at
least. However, he couldn't stand up
under the gaff.
The preliminary wrestling matches
were first on the programme. To
night's show will get under way at
7:30 o'clock and run until completed.
There will -be 19 wrestling bouts and
17 boxing contests on the programme.
The results last night:
105 pounds Solly Gordon, B'nal B'rith
lnb, knocked out Billy ReiUy, Vancouver
American Lesion, in one round.
115 pounds Joe Levy, B nai B nth club.
TODAY'S FILM FEATURES.
Peoples James Oliver Cur
wood's "Jan of the Big
Columbia Elsie Ferguson and
Wallace Heid, "Forever."
Liberty Betty Compson, "The
Rivoli Florence Vldor, "Woman,
Majestic Harry Carey, "Man to
Blue Mouse D. W. Griffith's
"The Birth of a Nation."
Star "I Accuse."
Hippodrome Doris May, "Eden
Circle "Over the Hill."
won a tour-round decision, over
130 pounds A. Morgan, B'nai B'rith
club, won a three-round decision over W.
Boyce, Vancouver American Legion.
125 pounds J: Hyde, Mount Angel col
lege, lost on a technical knockout In the
fourth round to D. Lind, St. Johns Bache
130 pounds Joe Blank, B'nai B'rith
club, knocked out T. Duffy, Mount Angel
college, in two rounds.
1315 pounds Johnny Alexander, unat
tached, knocked out Ernest Woodward.
lultnomah club, in one round. J. Mar
eters. Mount Angel college, won a three-
round decision over "W. an. Hill Military
145 pounds L. Milan. Multnomah club,
oored a technical knockout in two rounds
ever L. Morrill, Hill Military academy.
13S pounds Ed Lillis, B'nai B'rith club,
cored two-round technical knockout over
1.. Bader, Multnomah club.
145 pounds Jim Head, B'n-al B'rith club,
cored technical knockout over L. lhomp-
on, Vancouver American Legion, in three
Heavyweight Vincent Mon Pere, Mult-.
fiomah club, eoored technical knockout
over W. Dewey, Hill Military academy, in
105 pounds Grund, Benson Tech, threw
Bax, B'nal B'rith, 3 minutes.
115 pounds Beck, Benson Tech, threw
Pearson, Franklin High, 1 minute 30 sec
onds. Harris, Benson Tech, threw Wright,
j ranKun liign, mmuce. u'iirien, Ben-
eon Tech, threw Parest, Franklin High,
1 minutes. Foy or O. A. C. lost a 10-
minute decision to Whiteacre, Vancouver
125 pounds Huntley, Benson, won a 10-
ininute decision over Gee of Benson,
Genss. B'nai B'rith, won a 10-minute de
cision over Aleyers, franklin.
13o pounds Less, Benson Tech, threw
liery. B nal B rlth. 6 minutes.
145 pounds Clark, Benson, threw
Peaks, Franklin, In 5 minutes. Lind, St.
John, beat Lynes, Vancauver American
Legion, 10-mlnute decision. Seifridge,
Multnomah club, won a 10-minute de
cision over Durham, Washington High
Miller, Benson, threw Craig, Franklin, 3
158 poundff--Bellamay, St. Johns; threw
Falson. Benson, in 3 minutes. Jolsin won
1A.mlnntfi decision over MrCnllum r.o ni-.
175 pounds Gertsch. Turn Verein. threw
Straus, Franklin, 4 minutes. Wilkins.
Multnomah club, threw Miller, Franklin,
Heavyweight Os Day forfeited to Wil
kins, both of Multnomah club. ,
Ralph Orlimfln referpert the hnxlng bolltg
FLORENCE VIDOR, who scored
such a triumph in "Hail the
Woman," is the star of "Woman.
Wake Up," the feature picture at the
Rivoli this week. She Is always in
teresting to watch and her role in
this production suits her admirably.
Her faculty of combining dignity of
bearing with a certain air of gaiety
is very well done.
There is almost everything in this
story, which is popularly supposed to
make an attractive picture.. An air
plane in spectacular maneuvers, a
crash which deposits a ready-made
hero from the clouds at the feet of
a simple girl of the woods and a
forest fire from which she rescues
h'm form the introduction to the
story. The scene at the altar, we
are told. Is only the beginning of the
tale. The husband Is fond of Jazz
and his wife doesn't know any of the
now steps and sits alone, watching
the husband have a fine time dancing
with other women.
Her methods of bringing him to his
senses and making him see that he
is neglecting her are not novel. She
di esses up in her best and goes out
with the family friend, who is always
1 readiness in pictures to help out
a lonely wife. Many amusing situa
tions result when the wife overdoes
her little scheme. The ending is
happy, after the traditional fashion.
Florence Vldor makes the transi
tion between the wife's real person
ality and her assumed one with an
amusing naivety. Louis Calhern Is
satisfying as the husband and Charles
Meredith is well cast as the friend.
The settings are charming and the
direction particularly natural and"
A Mack Sennett comedy, featuring
Ben Turpin, Selznick News and some
entertaining Pathe Review pictures
complete the bill.
"I Accuse," which is showing at
the Star theater under the auspices
of Portland post of the American
Legion, will run until Friday night.
"I Accuse" is a sensational war film.
which is said to visualize war more
ErraDhically than any picture ever
made before. It is a French produc
tion and the legion is indorsing it, be
cause It paints a true picture of war
and its horrors. There is a story
woven throughout the production. The
author and producer is Abel Gance,
noted French writer.
One of the stirring features offered
with the showing of D.' W. Griffith's
masterpiece, "The Birth of a Nation,"
at the Blue Mouse theater, where it
is now playing its second and laBt
week, is the beautiful prologue effect
on the stage of the theater. During
the playing of the "American Patrol
by Antone Stechele and the large
Blue Mouse orchestra, the silk curtain
parts and shows "Old Glory" waving
in a breeze. Through the effect of
black curtains and spot lights the
waving flag is all that one sees. It
never fails to call forth applause and
is a fitting opening for the picture.
WHITE CROSS HERE
TO FIGHT i
Another great feature picture is
about to be made by Universal under
the direction of Erich Von .Stroheim,
who made the million-dollar picture
"Foolish Wives." The exact nature
of the story is withheld, but it is
given out that it will be a spectacular
tale of life on the European con
Louis Calhern, familiar to picture
goers through his leads in numerous
Lois Weber productions, is lost to
the screen for a while. He has re
turned to the stage as leading man
for Olga Petrova in "The White
Organization of Chapter Is
Launched in Portland.
MASS MEETING CALLED
Mayor Baker ' Asserts Drastic Ac
tion Is Necessary to Halt Rap- -idly-Growing
while Carl Freillnger officiated In the
FESTIVAL PLANS REFERRED
Motorboat CInb Leaves Participa-
- tion to Discretion of Trustees.
The trustees of the Portland Motor-
boat club were delegated full author
ity at a meeting of the members in
the clubhouse last night to decide
whether the club shall take charge, as
usual, of the aquatic events in the
coming Rose Festival.
This conclusion was reached after
lengthy debate, the point at issue be
ing the personnel of the committee
appointed by the Rose Festival asso
ciation to handle aquatic sports. Sev
eral of the members resented the fact
that though, the motorboat club is
supposed to handle this feature, as it
has done in the past, the committee
was named without reference to the
But finally everybody agreed to
leave it to the trustees to determine
whether this committee is satisfac
tory, on this point hinging whether
the club shall take charge of the
water features of the festival.
JACK DEMPSEY SAULS TODAY
with roll front and lock
that keeps your tie
20c each 4 for 75e
Champion Emulating Habit of
Most Title Holders.
NEW YORK, April 10. In his in
vasion of Europe, Jack Dempsey, who
sails on the Aquitania tomorrow, will
be emulating the habit which most
of the American world heavyweight
champions have become addicted to
since John L. Sullivan took England
The Dempsey party will land at
Southampton and proceed to London
by rail to look around. Jack Kearns,
the champion's manager, has no def
inite plans, but from a perusal of the
passports the group Is carrying, it
appears that none of the numerous
lands of Europe is likely to be
missed. Alanager Kearns, Joe Ben
jamin, Pacific coast lightweight and
friend of Dempsey, and Teddy Hayes,
Dempsey's secretary, make up the
JOE BECKETT DEFEATS COOK
Australian Pugilist Is Disqualified
in Sixth Round.
LONDON, April 10. George Cook.
Australian pugilist, was disqualified
in the sixth round of a 20-round bout
here tonight, with Joe Beckett, for
the championship of the British J3m
pire. The men are heavyweights. From
the start Cook held on at every op
portunity, notwithstanding the re
peated warnings by the referee. In
the sixth round Beckett landed sev
eral hard rights to the jaw and had
Cook groggy. Cook clung so tightly
to Beckett that the latter could not
shake him off and the referee finally
awarded the fight to the Englishman.
It was understood that the winner
of the bout would get a match with
Georges Carpentier. -
BILLY MISKE FLOORS SHADE
nis O'Keefe of Chicago, by Promoter
Frazler of Kenosha. Frazler has also
signed Bob Moha of Milwaukee to
meet Bud Gorman, Kenosha heavy
weight, April 21.
Junction High 15, Harrisburg 5.
HARRISBURG,' Or., April 10. (Spe
cial.) Junction City's high school
team defeated the team of the local
high school, 15 to 5, in the first game
of baseball this season. For the first
time In Its history the local high
school has material for two teams,
and rivalry between them is dividing
the best players.
Japanese Students Win.
The Japanese Students baseball
team won its opening game Sunday
by defeating the Holy Name nine, 6
to 5, on the Arlington school grounds.
Akiyoshi, the winners' pitcher, was
the star of the game.
Lew Tendier Disqualified.
NEW YORK, April 10. Lew TnJ
ler, Philadelphia lightweight, was
disqualified for fouling , in the
seventh round of his match tonight
with Charley Pitts of Australia. The
referee awarded the decision to Pitts.
Brennan-Miske Go Sanctioned.
BOSTON, April 10. The state box
ing commission today gave its per'
mission for a heavyweight bout be
tween Bill Brennan and Billy Miske,
at the Boston arena on May 1.
.EARL Or W1LSO
St. Paul Battler Wins Oyer Califor-
nian by Technical Kayo.
YOUNGSTOWN, O., 'April 10. Billy
Miske. St. Paul heavyweight, won a
technical knockout over Billy Shade
of California in the second round of a
scheduled 12-round, bout here to
night. Miske floored Shade twice in the
first round, the bell saving him., After
Shade had been knocked down twice
in the second round the referee
stopped the bout.
Ladd & Tilton Five Disbands.
The Ladd & Tilton bank basketball
team, champion of the Portland
bankers' basketball league, has dis
banded for the season after winning
the northwest bankers onampionsnip
Saturday In Seattle. The Portland
team defeated the Dexter-Horton Na
tional bank . five, champion of the
Seattle bankers' basketball league.
25 to 15. The winning team was
awarded a silver trophy and its
players were each presented with a
Cap Anson Resting Well.
CHICAGO, April 10. Cap Adrian C.
Anson, for years manager of the
Chicago National baseball club, was
resting well at a hospital today fol
lowing a hurried operation Saturday.
The veteran will be 70 years old April
17. He was stricken while on the
street Saturday and was' rushed to
a hospital. Physicians said his con
dition is not serious.
Shade to Fight 0-Keec.
KENOSHA, Wis., April 10. Dave i
Shade, San Francisco, who knocked
out Pinkey Mitchell in Milwaukee
recently, has been booked for a 10
round match here on May 1 with Den-
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
MOORE-BROOKS George L. Moore. 23,
1475 East Burnside street, and Alice V.
Brooks, 18, 150e!-i East Giisan street.
SOULE3-OLSE.N Albert Soules, legal,
122 East Tenth street, and Anna M. Olsen
legal, 591 Rural avenue. '
DE SHAY-CHRISTIAN William De
Shay, legal. 210 Broadway, and Dessie
D. Christian, legal, 210 Broadway.
BILYEU-SEARS Walter R. Bilyeu. 33,
Albany. Or., and Thelma Bee 8ears, legal,
6S1 Giisan street.
FINKE-GREEN B. F. Fink. 27, Brook
field, Wash., and Katherine Green, 23,
SCHOFIELD-IaEE Ernest Schofield. 19,
Timber. Or., and Muriel Lee, 10, Portland
STBINBACK-S.MOKOOX Albert M.
Steinback, 19, Salem. Or., and Qusile
Smokoon, 17, Portland.
KERN-TERRELL Eldon W. Kern, 36,
Jennings Lodge, Or., and Gladys M. Ter
rell, 25, 108 East Thirty-third street.
, MABEB-ANDERSON Clifford O. Ma
bee, 27, Multnomah station, and Elvera
Anderson, 23. 181 East Fourteenth street
Vancouver Marriajce Licenses.
HAMILTON-BUCKRIDGE Roy W.
Hamilton. 21. of Portland, and Mins Nnra
C. Buckridge, 19, of Hamilton. Mont.
HADLET-McLEOD Chester L. Hadley
21, of Oregon City, Or., and Mrs. Mabel E.
McLeod, 21, of Oregon City, Or.
JUSSILA-KOSKI Oscar Jussila, 30, of
Portland, and Miss Saima Koskl, 18, of
HATCH-MARTIN Nick K. Hatch, 28. of
Portland, and Miss Hattie Martin, 19, of
GOWEN-JOHNSON Virgil Gowen, 25,
of Everett, Wash., and Mae Johnson, 20,
of Everett. Wash.
BENNETT-TIERNET John Bennett, 63,
of Vancouver, and Mrs. Mary E. Tierney,
51, of Vancouver.
GLASSPORD-SANDERSON H. Ernest
Glassford. 38, of Portland, and Blanche
Sanderson, 86, of Portland. I
BERTRAND-SMYTHE Joseph B. Ber
trand, 87, of Portland, and Claire E.
Smythe. S3, of Philadelphia. Pa.
HOOPER-FLYXN William Hooper. 27,
of Portland, and Beatrice Flynn, 27, of
Several hundred men and women,
representing civic and fraternal or
ganizations of v Portland yesterday
launched the organization of a chap
ter of the White Cross in Portland to
combat the illicit traffic, manufacture
and use of narcotics.
A. F. Flegel was chosen temporary
chairman, after Mayor Baker, who
called the meeting, had outlined the
purposes of the proposed organiza
tion". Winthrop Hammond was elected
temporary secretary, and the follow
ing men and women were chosen to
serve on a committee to draft a con
stitution and by-laws to be presented
at a meeting of the organization to
be held at 4 P. M. next Monday aft
ernoon: Rev. Oswald W. Taylor, F. S.
Grant, Mrs. G.- L. Buland. Mrs. F. O.
Northrup, J. B. Adams. Mrs. Norman
Christie, Mrs. J. F. Hill, Mrs. G. J.
FrankeL Oscar W. Home and Dr.
A. M. Webster. ." "
Mass Meeting Called.
The meeting- was nreDaratorv to a
big mass meeting to be staged in the
public auditorium April 13. when
Canon W. H. Bliss, one of the orig
inators of the White Cross organiza
tion and, one of the best versed men
in the evils of the narcotics traffic,
will speak. This meeting, inciden
tally, will be the first held .under the
auspices of the western governors'
conference, an organization which
plans to carry the fight into the na
tion's capital and Into the largest
cities in the east.
Mayor Baker made a thorough pres
entation of the need of an nron.
ization in Oregon to combat the nar
cotics evil. He explained that it was
not alone in Oregon that such an
organization was necessary, but
throughout the nation.
Menace Grows Rapidly.
"We are faced with a menace that
is growing so rapidly that some dras
tic steps are necessary to halt its
progress," declared Mayor Baker.
"Twenty years ago there were but
25 known narcotic addicts in the city,
and today there are more than 4000
"We talk about the limitation of
arms and measures to stop future
wars and yet we have been allowing
this tubtle thing to work under cover,
destroying not human bodies but
"You do not know when it will
strike in your home. And if it should.
you will find it the most terrifying
problem that you ever confronted."
The drug addict is a sick person.
according to the mayor, but the ped
dler of narcotics he described as "the
most despicable dog that ever walked
on me lace oi tne eartn.
Capital to Hear Appeal.
"This organization in Portland is
not a revival meeting where there
will be a . few shouts and then we
will all resume our natural course,"
the mayor said. "The governors of
the northwest are planning on carry
ing this fight into Washington, and
Governor Olcott already has received
word from five or six of the western
governors of intention of making the
"Senatoi McNary is arranging now
for a conference in Washington for
the western governors on this topic.
President Harding has been requested
to take part, as has Secretary of State
Hughes. The purpose of invading
Washington is to call attention of
the lawmakers to the need of eerious
thought and action on the narcotic
"The people of the west are thor
oughly aroused on the subject, I be
lieve, out our reports indicate that
other parts of the nation little, if
IE are nearly 200
tire manufacturers who
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neighbor his next tire. This inter
ests him but mildly.
Price arguments are thread
worn. Claims and promises have
the same old ring.
The makers of U.S.Royal Cords
do not claim to be exempt from
the great law of competition. But
it is their firm belief that the time
is here for a new kind.
No manufacturer and no dealer
can much longer evade the chal
lenge of progress.
The competition taking shape
today was forecast many years
ago in the U.S.Policy the policy
that makes U. S. Tires, at today's
prices, the biggest money's worth
For the production of United States Tires
there is erected and operating the greatest
group of tire factories in the world.
A leadership that has recorded itself
with the public The outstanding ex
ample of what faithful quality and
sound economy can do when it is
patient enough to prove itself to a
any motorist ever rode upon.
What is this new kind of compe
tition? It is the working for more and
more public confidence for
higher and higher quality for
still more constant public service.
The car-owner can vision
for himself the benefits of
this hind of competition.
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any, atteotion is paid to this menace
War on Narcotics Only Purpose.
"This Is not surprising, for until the
Narcotics Control Association of Ore
gon was organized, there were very
few of us who knew of the terrible
dangers that lurked in the path of
the narcotic traffic."
The Wnite Cross association, the
mayor expaHned, has but a single
purpose and that is to destroy the
illicit use and traffic in narcotics. He
said this organiaztion would delve
into nothing else, would take no part
in prohibition or dance problems, but
would devote itself to this evil and it
In announcing the arrangement for
the appearance of Canon Bliss of Se
attle at the mass meeting ln the au
ditorium on April "18, as well as be
fore the pupils of the high schools
on the same day, Mayor Baker ex
plained that the speaker can present
a message which gives a vivid idea
of the menance of the narcotics evil,
but yet so presents his message that
it cannot be offensive to any of his
"This man is exceptionally well ed
ucated and has a wonderful grasp of
the entire problem," said the mayor.
"Further he has the faculty of being
able to deliver a message that is In
structive and yet Intensely Interest
ing. It Is the duty of every parent in
the city of Portland to become fa
miliar with this problem and the op
portunity will" come at this meeting
at the auditorium."
Organizations represented included
the following: Portland Chamber of
Commerce, Portland Ad club, Kiwanis
club, Rotary club, Progressive Busi
ness Men's club. East Side Business
Men's club, Retail Cred.it Men's asso
ciation, Portland Realty board, Port
land tent No. 1, Maccabees; Mount
Hood tent No. 17, Maccabees; Wom
en's Benefit association of the Maca
bees, Royal . Arcanum, Independent
Order of Foresters, Industry lodge or
Workmen, Grand lodge of Workmen,
Danish Brothers' lodge No." 167,
Portland Elks' lodge No. 142, Degree
of Honor Protection association,
Council of Jewish Women, Daughters
of the Covenant, P. E. O. sisterhood,
American War Mothers. Disabled Vet
erans' auxiliary of the world war,
Portland Women's club. Business
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club, Women's Research club, Over
look Women's club, Portland post No.
1 American Legion, Boosters' club of
St. Johns, Federation of City Clubs,
City club, Oregon State Hotel Men's
association, Portland Baptist Minis
ters' association. Royal Neighbors of
America, Brotherhood of American
Yeomen, Young Women's Christian
association, Oregon Women's Chris
tian Temperance union. Women of
Rotary, Oregon Graduate Nurses' as
sociation, Portland Parent-Teachers'
association, Oregon Parent-Teachers'
association Coterie club, Portland
Grade Teachers' association. Women's
Relief corps, National League of
Women Voters, Federation of Jewish
societies, American Association of
University Women, Knights of Pyth
ias, Pythian Sisters. B'nal Brith, Al
Kader temple. Mystic Shrine, Sunny-
side chapter Royal Arch Masons, Gul
Reazee Grotto, Hawthorne Masonic
lodge No. 11. Kenton Masonic lodge
No. 145, Portland Masonic lodge No.
B5, Washington Masonic lodge No. 4 6,
Mount Tabor Masonic lodge No. 4 2,
Albert Pike Masonic lodge No. 16.
Harmony Masonic lodge No. 12, Ore
gon Masonic lodge No. 101, Corin
thian chapter Eastern Star, Portland
chapter Eastern Star, Daughters of
the Nile, Knights and Ladies of Se
curity, Modern Woodmen of Amorica,
Loyal Order of Moose, Junior Order
of Moose, Woodmen of the World,
Neighbors of Woodcraft, .Independent
Order of Oddfellows and Rebekah
Clarke Auto Licenses Total 1315.
VANCOUVER, Wash.. April 10.
(Special.) There hive lieen 431.". au
tomobile llcin.ses iMmied by Clarke
county this year. This is leia than
10UO under the total amount lusm-d
last year. J. L. Garrett, county audi
tor. Is of the opinion that there will
be fewer llien.eil machine In Ihe
county this year than last. This total
Includes all types of motor vehicles.
Jersey fair flub Formed.
TOLEDO, Or., April 10. (Speelal.)
A Jemey ralf rlttti, with R memlier-
Khip of ten, has been organized t
Toledo. The Jersey 'nltle cluli, co
operating with the farm bureau n ml
college extension servlie, asslsieil In
the organisation. L. A. ilulhurt.
president of the Jerney Cat tin c lub of
Lincoln rounty, was seleeted us club
adviser. The new i'lul experts to
Inerease Its niemltersnln to
Taste is a matter of
W e state it as oar honest
belief that the tobaccos used
in Chesterfield are of finer
quality (and hence of better
taste) than in any other
cigarette at the price.
Liggett & Myert Tobacct Ct,
fi -w-h c '''
20 now 18c
10 now ' 9c
(Two 10's 18c)
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended