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TIIS OREGON SUNDAY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, SUNDAY MORNING; AUGUST IS, 1C;7.
J OS THE SBCOMD FLO O It
And yon will find moit anything in this
line you might care for.
Trasses " .
Hospital Supplies ' v.
Surgical Instruments -Artificial
-Eyes . -Veterinary
; Wheel Chairs from ' -"
125.00 Up .,; ;
month. t - '. .
For rent $5.00 per
SUNDAY HOURS, 10 A. M. to 2 P. M.
; . 90 to f 2.60. Theee
Many sizes to select from, all colors,
tints , and designs. Our 'Jardiniere
, stock is veryr-large, including , the j
most handsome 'designs. " "
60e to f 2.25 You will find a fins
selection of Ror.ne Ware and Mat
Fern Dishes. . ,
to f-s.OO We hare a fine as
sortment of Louwelsa Ware. . '
v Bo whea yon wish to talk Jardinieres , '
ram em bar we have the goods and. at
to sight prioea.
Q A A fli (pi": Arfiof WorWn2 fa Our
UCC LUC Ubt -Front Wonder
f The wonderful Moonlight Shadow Pictures,' sometimes
called silhouettes: Made with water coors and bronzes.
These are not supposed to be what they call lightning
artists' pictures. None made In less than 20 minutes.
Each aeries contains from4? to 18 pictures, made panel
shape, 10x12 inches. .. .,,
Free Ye fKlT?B picture with every $5.00 purchase all
wcc., w ii you wisn tney
will be on sale at $1 each.
Artist works In Uie window every day from 11 a. m, to 1 p. m.
and from 3 to 5 p. m. y
100 Cases of Wood to Burn
" 1 '. , ' " ' ; 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 " .' ' '." .
;.- Where are we going to put it? .'' Here Is a list of only
a few piaceshat we hare already unpacked:- - '
' Combination- Hall Chair and Tabled with 30-inch top.
' Music or Paper Rack, 36 inches high. ; - ,
Stand, 30 inches high, 16-inch top. , '
Table, 28 inches high, 21-inch top. . -
; Hall Chair, 31 inches High. ' ' , ,.' ' V '
; Booar'Case,' four, shelves, 4 feet high. . V , ' j 1
Writing Desk, Hall Chairs Jardiniere Stands, Small"
'pieces by the hundreds. We would be pleased to
- hare you visit this department and see our artists
at work designing. You are always welcome. '
We have a new Cyko Paper'
called Professional Portrait for
oft . platinum - effects! , Carried,
in all si;es in dozens, half gross
and gross lots. This is certainly
one of, the finest papers we ever
old and know you will be mora
than pleased with results.
OAS. VUUK OlOVC
If you could sea the nest you
would wonder where it all came
from. They are certainly fine.
Heavy" granite base, measure
4x6x6 inches, Wa will show you
how they work. . -
Price Only $2.00
K-k Swastika Vases
4. For $2.69 :
We have only about one dozen left, they
sold for $4.00, $5.00. $6.00 and $9.00. Mon
day, to close them out, each . ...f.3.69
Another broken lot of beautiful Electric
Lamps. We have just 5 left. '
One regular $50, now .....'.....18.00
One regular $25, now ...fj 15.00
Ona reg. $15, alightly damaged.; f 5.00
Two at regular $18, now, each.. f8.50
These are all made of heavy brass, good
connection, first-class in every way.' "
We have on sale also a very pretty line
of Japanese Waste Baskets. Regular 50c,
60c, 70c and 85c. You can have your
choice: - " . t
All 50c Baskets
, All 60c Baskets1........
All 70c Baskets ........
All 85c Baskets
v 4 HERE IT IS y.
I ft rfv
A time and trouble saver for burners
of wood and leather. This little mi-
chine is a dandy. To appreciate ita
. value you should see it work and we
1 will be pleased to have you call and
see it in use. It acts as gas tank and
also generates the heat for heating
the needle. We are agents for Port- .
land. ' . . .. - -
Price Only $2.00
WE FIT YOUR EYES
Delivtries made at a moment's
notice. When in a hurry try us.
Ex. 11, all depts:, Home A1139
RT) r.T .ARTrR . PflMPAWV
Properly adjusted glasses are a comfort to the eye. Persons goffering: from
defective vision can be fitted with the right glasses at the right price. Our
State Examined Optometrist will test your eyes and prescribe the proper
THE LARGEST RETAIL DRUG STORI& IN THE UNITED STATES
Sunday hours from 10 a. m. to
2 p.m. Help the clerks by do
ing your trading at this time.
S ' .
W- - . ... , , .. : , . TTT" I
INDIAN BOY IS, FOURTH
IN DISTRICT NO. 2 RACE
Peter Seltice, Graduate of United States Training Schoo
at Chemawa, Making Strong Fight for Scholarship.
Blanche Belshaw Wins, Votes Around Eugene.
Peter Baltic, ths Indian box recently
tradaatad frocfi ths United BUtaa traia
ins: aobool at Chemawa, send a larg
packaa of contest votes to the Contest
Editor. In' hla letter accompanrlns; the
eubscrlptlon he ey: "1 am cett!n
alons: flm rate Dont yoa think aof
Never did an Indian ret along better
anywhere.- Thia native of the Coeur
d'Alene country has proved himself more
than a match for IS white boys and
Peter Seltice, the Indian bo who
la beating flfteea paleface la the
To Those Afflicted With Eye
InmalMa VMl1t mm
-...r.BM inn w.ai mw annpi fm wmM
Tbe rtcorti at pbmaaMiul "nm" by tk
"Artin" tmtme, 4wrflwa tbenla. hr
Srmural twtlnta Ibnmlfn-umi d mi
rimm (Ud will utlufy tb mat kpU
c.l that "Actlu" 1 mot alr a iwaerkabK,
Impla aaa kanalM larmtloa, hut reatarae
"""' mrwru ur epaeuiiats save
auea4 caara lncunbl.
Saras by "Attlaa.' bat
tor 'rally dMihM I.
J aor ffa baaklat.
tT CMca f.ntUaam.
arm anrrtrint IS Bootbl
. With lafl.mm.tlAK .1..
mmmr'. wim. mma "Jumna" a faw
' wk. Ha mti ke eaa
"W eae aa trmfX anS aa far aa anybody
a a Iowa Mr wrltaa thmt tttrnt balna miUr
tr.tnint rf at-lallala tar 15 raara. "AeUaa"
rniilily naurae bar eyealaat aad abe aa
J..nii.r uw (lawwa. . . "
A.tlm.rli mat eTaaalitad Hta IbumImJ
Tint at a Uuttvrd. Caa.t Ud.
ta ear. Aa a laat rmmmrt
- t.ll.t. MM
, int martrm nf trlanda. aha trim .
wtI: "T' nanr aMethe I ban writ.!.
rtally wtthont (laaaaa. N mora sale la
araa and drooplne ayrllS la raatorad."
'Aciim" ramoaad a alara-t from the eye
an Oklahoma lady: rrtlaaaS (ha eloaura
oar diH't tot a w.n kaowa Chlrata lady,
I In araraa at Inataix-aa aaopla bava braa
a to t.-.r4 arariaaaaa thftmirh tba falthfal
.t "nina." To art aa Irtaa of tba aa-
m of cir pallmta. tba enllra blttcre aa
1 In our Ivw abouM ba rrad.
. . I. m.ila aa rnniavaa ttamm. aria.
i a m i MHly, atrnilrraaaa and laat.
.a i ai-aal to any ana that will
i -t na arid ra aa an twa
nl, I It aa nftaa aa ynaj plwaaa aaS
t aia t""rfltaKt. or fnr any atbar
a a f ' -4, arnaj It barb and aa
a I (-. , . Wrlta trvlajr. A ddraaa
. Am 1 a . .. Prpt. KM. bltalaat
Sirla In the Winamette valley dlatrtet
of the contest. Think of HI An Indian
Dauns a white man at the white man'
own sunt or bualneee competition. -Peter
Seltice now stande No. 4 In dl
trlct No. 1. He Is calnlna on Harlln
Talbert of Albany, and on Earl Hechart
of Conrallla He aecuree new subaorlp
tlona every day and nearly all of his col
lections are from new aubacrfbera. He
enowe me most remarkable persuasive
aTaaitea Xaaplres Oonfldemee.
Althoush a fuU-blood Indian, BeTtloa
naea excellent schoolroom and commer
cial English. He has a manner that
Inspires respect and confidence. He re-
necta great credit . upon the United
States Chemawa traJnlnar - aashaol and
will make an excellent etudent of the
Salem Buelneaa college If ha succeeds In
winning mat ecnoiarsnip.
The bualneee men of Salem and rl
elnlty are enoouradna Seltice in hla con.
teet work aa this la one way to recipro
cate the trade favors beatowed by the
student Indiana and by the office aa of
um ecnooi. .. , , -
Moat Tjeonla are alaT a tiain
becauae of hla own worth as a young
maw. iriTina; inr nia own aavancement
and tryln to put himeelf In a poaltlon
io utae care or ma araci ua ain..
ma v;oeur a'Aiene - Indiana are no
longer warda of the government eo far
a mini ua doming are concerned.
jney ao xor tnemaelvea axnant In tka
education of their children. The United
Statee government provldea common
eohoola Juat aa the atatea furnish gram-
avuwuia jor me cnuaren or the
. Banrhter of Xaum Ootuttr.
An Item In the Uhlawmai riiiail mimm.m
iiiakiiun ot . ' remiricania annMua
achieved by Blanche Belahaw. the new
eonteetant at utrene. who antanut tha
catTiaai oniy teat week. The paragraph
"bflne nianeha Tlalahaw ..h.mm.uji
T MlM May Douflaa. who la helping
" ' iigni xor a acnoiaranip in the
Oresron Journal content, will ana f
Hon City tonight Teaterday they worked
in tspringneia and aucceeded In can.
tuiinc 10.S2S votea the boar thaw t....
done at any one place. , The day be
fore they were at Cnhurar. hht
mar oia not nave auca gooa wteemm.
owing to the oppoeltlon of one or two
people, alias Belahaw la now second In
the raee In her dlatrtet. havinar ...
a iiVui TDiaa
Miff a Belahaw aartaJnlv naa atiai
Ity of the winner. She has been In
int canian now lesa tnan id aaya and
has cone rlaht un amonar tha. kia-h
markers. If ahe had bearun with
Alice Grant, a fine rivalry for leadershin
in aiacnci no. z mignt nave developed
between Polk and Lane counties. If
anas ueianaw, continuea to gather votea
at this rate she mar vet viva vtia
Grant some concern. . Lane county Is
ncn, populous and proaperrma and It
finds opportunity la this contest to as-
aen itaeit. , ,. ,
: nhaortptteaui Come Baay.
ThS followlns- letter from Ml Vaa.
seia, wno nas been leadlna; contest die
trlct No, S. alvea aaauranna that tha
Gardiner girl will continue to be promt-
V SIS Siea mWJJI llOli .. . -
Soottaburg, Or., Aug. I, 1 SOT. The Or
egon Journal, Contest Manager, Port-
tana, ur. iHinnemen: 1 intend to can.
vase near Elk ton next week and hop to
B"i quits a tew auoscriDers mere. Aa
yet a nave naa na trouble at all in arat.
ting subscribers and nearly everyone
mmmmm willing to neip.
If I should win one of the scholar
ships, I never will b able to thank yon
enough, for it will Indeed be a great
help to me and ahall never regret the
ahnrt time I heve taken to win a echo!
arahip. I wish to iake the stenogra
char's course in a bualneaa college.
m a, paraon nave to aeiect a men a
S" to Alaska after one hears from
The Journal after Auguat IS? Please
tine1 Veil aarefn nul I.A.I.. tw.
!Vlb"1Etlon ""'oh I am sending are
an O. K-, I remainjyoura renpeetfully.
TO WHITE PASS
v toms of Seeking: New
' -Crosslngr. '.. " '
PARTY OF ENOINEEKS
Edward McMahoti, bright boy who
declares be will com In strong at
'the finish In contest race. :
bany boy. who -
merit walker writes,
mSi!rdUr Bi,tT Helena has canvaaeed
m'l river and received eubacrtptlona
5n.tar,r vrr 'arm. Thanking you
for the auggcstloik Cecilia Weasels,
. c - Ballot Bex irotes. ..
have7rh'r.lS .'I4 weatport. Oregtm,
ftort a? I ! a i generouelv io the iup!
portof Lulu Smith, of Ingila and Oata-
foMulTa"tlCn5hh:n; Watrtet Ka4,la
agement t Glenn JL Walker, ths Al-
worka for honor and
I Intend to
make the best showing possible even tf
l ao not stand at the head."
MUs Lulu Smith, of Ingila, has or
dered her addresa changed to Clataka-
nle. She has taken a new start In thr
contest and blda fair to move right
up the ecore ladder of votea
Nearly every subacriptlon duplicate
rvacipx arriving xor Alice urant Dears
her own eigne ture. Thla lndlcetea that
thla great leader of the conteat perso
nally asks for nearly every subscrip
tion wnicn eaa votes to ner score.
Olivia Reeder. of Sauvies Island,
competing for a scholarship In a busi
ness college, haa made a good report of
subscriDtlona. Her closest rival. Cecil
espicer, also has made a harvest and H
la a Question of careful count to de
termine ineir relative standing.
J. Percy Read, of Albanv. haa had i
lift by Olive Baltimore. Mine Bait!
more sends subscriptions la favor of
tteao. some rood ladles rive a contest
ant advice, but fall In furnlahlng sub
scriptions, the real thing they are look
ing for. Miss Baltimore Is Dractloal
and ahe (ret a out and works In a cause
ane espouses. -
airs. a. carroi, at lvortn powder. Ore
gon, haa turned In ao many subscrip
tions for her rrand dauarhter. Renal a
uayiord. that the clerka in The Journal
office begin to wonder whether North
Powder ia not the metro polla of' eastern
Oregon. In - Pine and Eagle valleya,
Bessie Gaylord has secured a subscrip
tion for a year from nearl- every fam
ily Uvlns In thoae valleva There la m
doubt but what at the preaent time
The Journal leada all other Portland
newspapers in circulation' in Baker and
uwuo counuea. -
-,:. Ths Jones ramfiy.
Llllle Jonea of finvar-. la hatnlnar tia
0eerv1ng relative, Mlaa Mlna A. Jones,
of Olds, Wortman A Klnr. If all the
members of the numerous Jonea family
Will Stand tnaether and back nn Mlaa
Mlna A. i Jones, the department atore
girl will end the contest with one of
tne larrent nnn or arolfl. Hera la a
change for the Jnnaa . triha i. ..i..
thelf name at the ton af that anrnll af
,,'. ; "jaiu. tna BaatlM."
True to hla work, in order to seen re
year's subscription. William Ruaaail
spenas an nour every morning In tak
lng orders for a grocer. He Is huildlna
p a line or new enstomers for tha
grocer, too. The work he Is doing for
mat morcnani ia worm Lne nnc nr u.
eral new subecrlptlona When William
Kusseii starts in to do anything he
makes himeelf felt " f
The other day the Contest Editor ana:
geated to William that hla aurnama
very appropriately could be spelled
Rustle, aa ha has proved to be one
of the moef active Vote metiers" of
This Route Would Gtre More .Direct
' line Than Nortiern Padflo and
; Would Penetrate Hear Timber
' CrOTernment Trail Bolldera.
(twetal Dksetek S ' Tke Joaraal.) ;
Taooma, Wash, Aug. 17. From what
can be learned her North Coast en
gineers have turned their attention from
Cowllta paas to White pesa aa a means
of . croaalng . tha Cascades from the
bunohgrsaa district to tha Puget sound
region. A party of II North Coast
engineers that went to the Bear prairie
region In Lewis county last week Is
now working on a Una running from
the prairie in the direction of White
pass, .bast Sunday the party had got
10 miles down the Saate creek trail,
and leaving the trait were cutting a
.ine eastward towarda the pass. ,
The party is one of the beat equipped
ver aeen In the Cascade foothllla It
laa h pack train of 28 pontea, belong
ing to Sam Russell, a mountaineer liv
ing east of the Caecade divide, who haa
wo daughters that areas expert in load
ing a pack pony as he ia himself, and
me of whom la aaalatlng la handling
vhe pack train.- ... -: -
Beports Direct fma the TieM. ;
. W. Q. Goble of Randle, onfthe Cow
Ills liver, arrived here last iMarht. Ma
paaaea tne -eneineenna? tiartv on Rkiia
creek.- If the party flnda the White
pasa route feaaible the North Coaat
will have a far mora direct line from
the aound to North Taklma than has
tne rtorinern i-acnio. la and it ton i
will traverse a much more heavily tlm
A party of aurveyors also believed
be aent out bv the North rna.f ia una.
amis m tne country - net ween ma
Henrya place and Telm. Goble a
A SALE YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS,
AT THE HOUSE OF HIGHEST QUALITY
t i iuiii ucili ti u rxu.tVM. i iiniii v.
"v"'"wJ -aaaa aa b1 Va
n,v. t... J a. .i .fa . m "' ' . 1-''' ' ' '
I th- in J a ,nnne " Jn iranasco Emergency Sale a few day longer. Practicallr fl of
J' aS ..rvl S ll I? a,Wpm.ent i. b from otir Stui
r! 7a - . a. - V- " nOUtr W"" , ddition to the ensatlonal
!ll J . n .U,r We ,h'U mk th Purchasing terms tVetf tore liberal on these addi
tional 44 Instrnments, and will accept as low as 50. and even $25 on some ct the less eoatl .. a
first payment. '
aa ana iaa.
ZHZ,Sr ' H1QH CADI PIANO A0.;OftfMRS' (a-wa.
the Bound ana tha xria.
quaiiy river, tne rignt-or-wi
road from Bear nralrla down
bank of tha NIsqually having been sur
veyed tast spring, mere waa too much
anow in the mountetna then for the
party to blaae a roots acroaa tha sum.
mil ror tne roaa. ,,.
eovernmeat Trail Sowa . Btonatala.
Mr. Goble alaa brines naai f a trail
five feet wide that the aovernment will
construct Beginning next Monday rrom
the summit of the Cascades in Cowllta
pees, down the cowllta liver trail 10
miles, to the point - wtiere the waaon
road leadlna UD tha liver la eonatruntait.
force of men will be put to work
aufflciently large to complete the trail
in 10 dava Work will beeln on the sum.
mlt end of the tral ao that tha part
ttle conteat. In charactarlatln mnA ia.
nlo manner, he replied:
. "Iton't give me another nloknama. X
am plastered all over with them now.
"Mother calla me William.
' Father cella me Will.
Brothers call me Willie, ' ".
And the fellers call me Bllir '.
"Bill, the Ruatler- baa a champion In
Mine Alloc Courtney, of SIS Kingman
avenue. He has had aJUft, also, from
Wideawake Toaag Xaady.
1 Audrey Ruaaell, ef Grants Paas, haa
gone into The Jounral contest anri in
a few days haa made advance eolleo-1
traverelns the hlah altltudea will ha
constructed before snow files - In the
aa The work will bs In charge of
enrv xsianainaniD. a moneer road
builder, who Uvea at Randla Thla
Cowllta paaa trail ie much uaed by
miners ana Btocsmen. A nera or 11
ponies waa driven aoroes the moun-
taina by thla route a few weeka aso.
From the summit of the paaa eastward
the country la open and travel easy,
but the tangled foreata that cover the
went aiope or tne mountaine compel
the construction of a better trail. The
preaent trail is rougnt and worka a
jreajhardahip on peraona croaalng ths
Vp-te-Sete Train awrvio.
Ths traveling' publlo appreciate the
fact that the Canadian Pacific la the
The attractive features be!ne
The -new 8-hour service Portland to
ot. ram via npoaana
- The Imperial Limited aervlca
a The Trans-Canadian Limited aervtee
ins reatesttrains cross this continent
Tuauadav. rha fnth - will t aha 1--4
any to receive aisooant en east
tlons on aubecrlptlona ao aa to give her
self ,635 votea.
But Mlaa Russell saya thst ahe haa
Just begun and that she has many
more people lined up as her supporters
already. She .will aend In another
budget of euhecrlptlona right away.
Her DhOtOBTSDh. whlnh haa V.aa
r'v.wii1 rm ,n .th wall. No
doubt It will reveal tha faoa of a vary
wideawake young lady. '
But Only a few
- 1 A-aaaaaae--af-a,
to Save j
TOE Bn PIANO fTOMC
UN VAN NESS AVI,
1 13" CAtWrySstSaariat3ul.I0r,
-TH-. mr aeeeai
aa te aeaUo tkls
paiweats te as lev i
.? "Waaal-a grates.
ary te sivert im. aa.-n:A
laetbet f"aea.'SJn:f5," fi
" er evaa . Httle iesi eaeaT"
fheae.threa eara aaeaU reach yea ty the Xtthv
wmm . v war afaif .
in this Sale
HT"y 1?e,ined n afford to pass this chance to acctrrs asnlendM rii -J'tai.
er W 'av iVUM
irom;, at a ssvintr of aim
understand. The rent fact that v
estabUshed prestige (d there are nearly two dosen leading makes to .elect from), at a sayinrof
one-half the regular retail cost, Is something that wouId,be hard to trnderetand. The very f.ct 2
Buntircaj,! uicso very ..me instrnments bare been sold In a little oyer , ten daya. durin th. dtli
tn, enure yesr, prore. that the inducements are all that we hare stated. We merely in vita
to come and see. these pianoa. If yon are not convinced immediately, that their high charactered wX
lne.. is sufficient to warranter consideration, and the saving greater than yori hlvver JeforTL
opportunity to embrace, wf shall not say another word. vWe never offered a fi"f a..et of 1-
CORNER OF PARK
Biggest, Busiest, Best .
iSMeee ef . ' ;? vfa Ail
r BADLY DOTEED
- (tpaelaj Dtopateh te Tbe Xearsal) '
Walla Walla. WaalL. Aus 17. Charles
Leach, a brakeman la ths employ of
the O. R. waa severely hur( at
Btarbuck early - yesterday morning.
Leach was asleep In a bunk In the ca
boose. A switch engine trumped Into
ths caboose and , Leach was hurled
out of hie bunk and against tha side of
ths ear with euch force aa to injure hla
spine. ' He was brought to Bt Mary's
boepltaX Hla injuriea are serious. ,.
CROWDED DAILY .
., t ... I,,,.
David Xdon Kafclar a uooeee ef Oloalaf
Out the aostoa a took.
PavM I.lnn. at tha ri resent time mm
ducting the sale of ths Parlflo Coast
naivage company at the Boston Store,
renorte that the tireeent sale le l ha
blggeat success he haa ever directed for
the company. ' Since opening the doors
to the public laat Saturday morning,"
aald Mr. Lion, "there haa been no raat
Xor myaelf or the staff. The store haa
been more like a fair than an ordinary
Place .of bualneaa. Wa u.a
minute!" mov,n lmPatlent orowd every
The Pacific Coaat Salvage Company's
contract with the BoetSn StorS
r. M;. x muai aisnose or tha en-
B-t" Store stock (n0 daya Mr
IJon has ths keys and full charge of
mi- aiore ana etarr. He may cut the
flI P'eaeea. put he muat
wh1-th.t"t0T? .b.,r." .f th Psent stock
within the allotted time. Mr. Hon e
1',' f" complete clearance In
KaiwHi "JL d?r" and wl" hn o
nil IT WtT Baa Vkaaal-a at. . a .
af tha -""lafiari
J0IBJOT SHEA TO BE
- . . .. .
(SpeeUl Clipateh ts Tke Jaarnai.)
La Grande, Or., Aug. 17. -The O. R.
A N. company has revived the office
of traveling engineer at thla place, and
Engineer Johnny Bhea has been , slated
for the position. Tha office ot travel
in engineer was held by 1. D, Maths-
son some years, nntil about three years
sgo, when it was ahollahed.- The prin
cipal duty ef the traveling engineer is
I'a a.aiaa af raakaaa aaat
Ooaala la I
$amm i haaa. alaat, waltaa. eaa Kaay
ta aaaa. aaaaanlaet te eauj. f uu
Sears aaaaaaalal aaa. aiiaaBL aa
Rnwa a U...I... ... .
To?k. . Ca,e- Hudson at. New
5 iTfaS?0'1 f th wrkl- eondltkma
of the different engines on tha division,
te see that they are all well kept, and
other matters pertaining te the anatn.. - r
W BTeaaedy. Haosar-ra . eaa aaa
. Treaoh IMaao Co. .:
Mr. (J. W.' Kennedy r vl ?
connected with the ilen-Oi Trf fiiLtiNa
S7?r"" w th. manager ar Vh
nawiwn company, the big nlana '
store on BumaMa atra.i .piane
Tuesday, the 10th, win be tha last
day to. receive dlsoount eo Tsai. ITU '
Watches cleaned, fx tl Wash. at.