Daily capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1903-1919, August 28, 1916, Page SEVEN, Image 7

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    SEVEN
"HEEZA BOOB,"
' By Mort. M. Burger.
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OREGON, MONDAY, AUG. 28, 1916.
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CHIEOPRACTIC-SPINOLOGIST
DR. '0. L. 'SOOTT-MJnuluate of Chirb
prartic's Poiintain Head, Davenport,
Iowa. If you have tried everything
and got no relief, try Chiroprac
tic spinal adjustments and get well.
Office 40(i-T-8 V. S. National Bank
Ritililing.' Phone ilaiu 7. Residence
Main S2S-R.
HOP BASKETS
MORLHY'SPAT. BRAt'KD STYLE.
Depot American fence.
Screens for Doors and Windows.
- Paints, Oils and Varnishes.
Stoves repaired and sold.
B. B. Fleming, 2"9 Court. Phone 124.
MISCELLANEOUS
OREGON SCIIOtfL OP NEUROLOGY
Incorporated, driieless methods.
opens Sept. 5th, 1910. Private pa
tients and clinics, Ito 5 p. m. llora A.
Brewster, M. D. Dean, 43 Hubbard
bldg., Salem, Or.
BEDUCED FREIGHT RATES To and
from all points, east, on all houshold
goods, pianos, etc. Consolidated car
load service. Capital City Transfer
Company, agents tor Pacific Coast
Forwarding company, 101 South Com
mercinl street, 1 houe Main !'!.!.
WANTED
WANTED We have an applicant who
desires to rent an equipped' farm of
iuu acres or more, ior two years, or a
longer period. Applicant has plenty
of help and can furnish good refer
ences. Call 4i0 of see square 1'eni
Kealty company.
Money to Loan
ON Good Seal Estate Security.
THOS. K FORD
Over Ladd & Bush Bank, Salem, Oregon
500,00 Eastern money to loan, low
rates, quick service. Repayment priv
ilege. Thos. A. Roberts, 205 U. S.
Bank bldg, Salem, Oregon.
MONEY TO LOAN 1 have made ar
raneements for loaning eastern
money, will make very low rate of
interest on hiehlv improved tarms,
Homer II. Smith, room 9 MeCornack
Bldg., Salem, Ore., Phone
OSTEOPATH
DR9. B. II. WHITE and R. W. WAL
TON Osteopathic rhvsicians and
nerve specialists. Oradunte of Amer
ican school of Osteopathy, Kirlisville,
Ho. Post graduate and specialized in
nerve diseases at Los Angeles college
Treat acute and chronic diseases,
ponsultntion free. Lady attendant.
Office 505-500 V. 9. National Bank
Building. Phone 859. Residence 340
North Capital street. Phone 409.
BCAV ANGER.
SALEM SCAVENGER Charles Soos,
proprietor. Garbage and refuse of all
kinds removed on monthly contracts
at reasonable rates, ianl and cess
pools cleaned. Office phone Main
2247. Residence Main 2272.
UNDERTAKERS
WEBB & CLOI GH CO. C. B. Webb,
A. M. Clouah morticians and funeral
.directors. Latest modern ' methods
known to the profession employed.
499 Court St. Main 120, Main 9sSS.
KIGDON-R1CHARDSO.N Co. Funeral
directors and undertakers, 252 North
High street. Day and night phone
183.
FOR BENT
FOR , RENT Two well finished, well
furnished flats convenient to the
university. Nothing better. Also for
gale a modern - sia room bungalow
with or without furniture, paved
street near car line, new garage, very
cheap. Square Deal Realty Co., SU
IT. S. Bank Bldg.
WATER COMPANY
SALEM WATER COMPANY Office
corner Commercial and Trade streets
For water service apply at office.
mils payable montniy in advance.
APARTMENTS
THE NEW MARION APARTMENTS
Nelson G. Freemon, proprietor, 03-
eillat ncr wall beds, hot water neat
Dutch kitchens. Beautifully locat
ed, onn. Marion park. 010 N. Com
mereial St.. Salem. Oregon. Paone
THAT BAD BACK
Do von hive a dull, steady ache in
the small of the back sharp, stabbing
twinges .wheu stooping of lifting dis
tressing urinary disorders? . For bad
back and" weakened kidnevs Salem res
idents recommend Doan 's Kidney Pills
Rend this Salem m.in s statement. '
Joseph Wlnt, retired blacksmith, 603
High St., Salem, says: "My back and
kidneys' bothered me. My kidneys were
disordered ' and my buck seemed to
lose strength. Short use of Doan's
Kidney Pills soon put me right;
(Statement given Decomber 12, 1912.)
On April 11, 1910, Mr. Vint said:
Mr opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills
is just the same today as it was when
1 gave mv first endorsement. 1
haven't h.id any of that' former trou
ble now for severnl years and I give
them credit for bringing such lasting
results.
Price !)0c at all dealers. Don 't
simplv ask for a kidnev remedy get
I Joan s Kidnev Pills the same that
Mr. Wint has twice publicly recom
mended. Foster Milburu, Props., Buf
falo, N. Y.
Nigeria has been added to the lands
in which valuable deposits of coal
have been discovered in recent years
FOB SALE
FOR SALE Cows, bronze turkeys and
colts, all .from pure bred stock; also
Mitchell car first class condition, i J.
H. Smith, care Ooodfellow much
Uickrenll, Ore. Phone 7F23. aug28
FOR SALE At n bargain, ten acres;
seven in cultivation, fenced, watered
by spring brook, house, barn and out
buildings, small peach orchard, corn
and potatoes, farm implements, cow
and two vear old heifer, included for
the price of $1500. Call 4,0.
WOODSAW
CHERRY CITY WOOD SAW We live
and pay taxes in Salem. Let Salem
people "saw your wood. Phone 209.
1198 N. 21st. F. L. Keiater, Wm,
Frost.
LODGE DIRECTORY
A. O. r. W. Protection I.ntlite No.
Meets every Monday evening- nt 8 in the
McCurmick hull, coiner Court and Lllieity
streets, A. 10. Atifrtince. M. W. : S. A.
Mcfr'iidden. recorder ; A. L. Browu,
financier ; R. 11. Duncan, treasurer.
t'ENTUAL LOnfiK. No. IS. K. of P. Mc-
Cornuck building. Tuesday evening; of
ench week at 7 :au. I . is. iiaruonr, t. v..
V. II. (iilaon, K. of it. and K.
SALEM I.OIXJE No. 4, A. I & A. M.
staled rommunU-ations ni-st i-riuuy in
ench month at 7 :30 p. m. In the Masonic
Temple. Olias. .Mciarter, . ai. ; . a.
Sulver. secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WOULD Meet every
Friday niclit at 8 o clock in Mci:ornack
bloclo A. J. ssweinluk. C V ; 1.. I. Oeer,
elerlc. 5u7 1'ourt Street Phone 593.
It. N. ot A. "Oreuon (irnpe (amp," r,o.
t.'Klii. meets every Tlinrsuiiy evening in
Mct'ornack bnildiug. Court and Liberty
streets: elevator. Mrs. Sylvia sciiaiipii,
1791 Market, oracle; Mrs, Melissa Per
sons, recorder, 1200 North Commercial.
Phone 14.".0-M.
IIP. MOI.AY COMMANDERY. No. 0, K. T.
Itvcnliir conclave fourtu l-riuny in eacu
month at H o'clock p. ,m.. In Masonic
Temnle. Sojourning Sir Knights are
courteously invited to meet with us.
Lot L, lVnice. - E. C Frank Turner,
recorder.
SALEM HUMANE SOCIETY 1. D. Keeler.
HI...R ilent ! Mr, .on iliisou. set'reinrw.
All cases of cruelly or nexlect of dumb
nnimnls should lie reported to the
secretary lor Investigation.
CIIAPWUK CHAPTER. No. .17. O. E. ST
Iteiriilnr meetitig every nrst anu miru
Titmd.iv at H i). m. in the Masonic Tem
itle. Minnie Mueller. V. M. : Ida M.
llnlH'oik. secretary.
(NITEO AHTISANS Capital Assembly,
No. 4. meets every Wednesday at 8 p. m.
In in . (-. u. Matlock. M. A.
'. 'A. Ilnudiill. secretary, Salem Bank ot
Commerce.
IIOIISOX rol Nl'IL. No. 1. li. k S. M.
Suited assemhlv first Monday in each
n,.,il, Mua,,nli- Tetnnle. N. P. ltaslutts
: sen. Thrice Illustrious Master; ;ienn C.
Niles. recorder.
SALEM COCNCII. NO. 2H23 Knights and
Ladies of Security Meets every 2nd and
. in, Wnineadnv each month at Hurst
It, ,ll Vialtlnir' memliers are Invited to
attend. E. F. Walton, financier. 40
- 14th Street.
ArilMr I.dImjE No. C". A. F. k A. M.
c.inimtinlcallons third hridii
in ea.-h month at 7 :M P- ni- In the
Masonic Temple. Hal V. Ilolam, W. M.
Ernest II. Choute. secretary.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMEItlTA Ore-
on 1-e.lar 1'imD. No. .VJ4U. meets every
t-i..ip,l,' ev-enlnir at H o'clock In Me
Cornack" hnll. corner Court and I.ilsrty
ireein. Elevator serrice. (,eo. Kelnobl,
THE MARKETS
The following prices for fruits
and vegetables are those asked by
the wholesaler of the retailer, aLd
not what is paid, tfi the producer.
All other p.-ices are those paid the
producer. Corrections . are mado
daily.
The war situation in Europe has
rather weakened the local wheat -market
or at least is preventing it from
Ivnncing to a price in proportion to
the Portland quotations. Should the
utrauce of Rumania into the European
war have the ettect ot opening the
Dnrdunelles to the Russian wheat,
urlher decline is expected.
Crrbxns.
Wheat 1.00&'1.05
Oats, new 3S(40c
Rolled barley 35.00
Bran $26.50(Z27
Shorts, per ton $31.00
Alfalfa, California, ton tZU.UV
Hay, clover $9(a$10
Hay, cheat $I0.00 11.00
Hay, vetch .-. $llsii!
Hay, timothy, $15(a$I8
' "'.' Batter.
Butterfat 31c
Creamery butter, per pound '.....34c
Country butter 20c22c
Eggs and Poultry.
Eggs, case count, cash 2oc
Euts. trade Zoc
Hens, pound 12V-!13M:C
Boosters, old, per pound. 8e
Broilers, under pounds i'Atc
Fork. Veal and Mutton.
Veal, dressed 9lle
Pork, dressed 1112 l-2c
Pork, on foot
8 l-29c
Spring lambs, 1910 ....
. 77 l-4c
56
. 3 l-24c
, . 33 1-4
44 l-2c
,...5 l-2
Steers
Cows
Bulls
Ewes . -
Wethers
Vegetables.
Tomatoes, Oregon
Cabbage
Cucumbers
String garlic
75c
.... 40c
4075e
15c
Potatoes, sweet i-
Potatoes, new 11 1-4
Beets 40t
RadiAes 40i
Green onions 40
Green peppers 6c
Carrots, dozen
Onions : l-7fj
Beans, green and waxed 4c
Onions, Walla Walla 2.00
fruits.
Watermelons lc
Peaches 3500c
Grapes $1.25(31.75
Apples Duc(tji.uu
Oranges, valencies itn,D
Lemons, per box 7.$.$(&,7.50
Cantaloupes tl.50&1.75
Bananas, pound 6
California .grape rruit .J.uu
Florida grape fruit $8.00
Pineapples Be
Cassavas 2c
Honey 13.50
Retail Prices.
Eees. per dozen, fresh ranch 30c
Sugar, cane - fH.ou
Sugar, beet - $7.80
Creamery butter 4uc
Flour, hard wheat fi.stifaz.uu
Flour,. valley 1.40fal.60
PORTLAND MARKET
Portlatid, Ore., Aug. 2S. Wheat:
Club. $1.20.
Bluestem, $1.2-.
Fortyfold, $1.22.
Oats: No. 1 white feed, $25.
Barley: Feed, $:12.
Hogs: Best live, $9.S5. '
Prime steers, $7.
Fancy cows, $5.
Calves, $7.50.
Spring lambs, $8.33.
Butter: City creamery, 34c.
Country butter, 27c.
Eggs: " Selected local ex., SSfHOlc.
Hens, 15c.
Broilers, 10(5 17c.
Geese, 10c.
Journal Want Ads Get Besults Yon
Want Try one and see.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
C ASTO R I A
ALL IS UNCERTAIN
(Continued From Page One.)
sago by this congress of the follow
ing measures:
A law similar to the Canadian dis
putes act, which averts all strikes and
lockouts for one year pending the in
vestigation by a commission of all de
tails incident to the dispute.
An eight hour law for railroad em
ployes probably an amendment to the
present 10 hour law with features cov
ering matters or overtime anu otuert
collateral details.
It was learned todny the president
feels keenly disappointed that the two
sides of the pending dispute have been
in the city more than two weeks anil
within a few blocks of each other anil
that there have been conferences be
tween the railroads and the brother
hoods in an effort to assist him in ar
riving at some satisfactory jiluu of set
alenient. The president, from the first, ex
pressed a willingness even anxiety
to pass on any fair proposition either
side might present to the other, in an
effort to bring them together, but that
thus far no such proposiiou has been
made.
Takes Up Last Weapon
President Wilson today took up what
may be ms last weapon against nation
wide industrial paralysis. He put con
gress to work on the railroad strike sit
uation.
Indicating the belief, on the presi
dent's part that ehanc.es of averting
the threatened, break beweeu he rail
roads and the railroad brotherhoods
have grown slender, the call on con
gress is said to be not only for legis
Intion to aid la preventing a strike,
but to handle the strike should it oc
cur. He was . said to be ready to ap
peal to congress for legislation along
the following lines:
Such as mignt aid in the prevention
n a strike should all his own efforts
fail.
Providing an adequate legal method
for immediate settlement should the
strike actually occur.
Provisions for handling the situation
keeping the trains moving, etc.
Details or such legislation occupied
the president. Secretary ewlands,
chairman of the interstate commerce
committee, and Secretary Lane, the
president's confidential adviser in the
cabinet, throughout yesterday. Alter
a final conference the president was
ntormed that legislation sliucii as lie
hail in mind could he put through con
gress at this session.
The president s conference with the
railroad presidents' committee of eight
at which the "final" terms of the
railroads were to be presented in writ
ten form, was deferred today from 10
m. to 2:30 p. m.
The president made an unpreccdeiit
ed night trip to the cnpitol and ilis
cussed his plans with Senator Kern
democratic floor leader.
If speculation, doubtful and uncer
taintv marked tne general strike situ
ation Saturday, it may be said that
today's developments promised in rap
id order a clearing up ot the now dan
gerous and perplexing situutinn.
To Meet Again. Today
The president was to see both sides
today. The railroads expected to ig
nore his eight hour, proposal for peace
and stand pat for arbitration. The
employes, unless they prepared some
entirely unexpected move, apparently
were certain to order a strike.
All manner of reports were current
today as to the president's next move.
The indications were, however, that
the president would go before congress
nd urge the passage of a measure
drawn along the lines of the Canadian
dispute act, providing for investigation
of alt" industrial disputes by a commis
sion. Such a commission would have
the power of forcing medintion and in
vestigation but would have no power
of enforcing its findings. Public opin
ion, however, it is said, has in a ma
jonty of cases, served as a lever in
forcing acceptance of the commission 's
reports. Such a bill would be passed
and utilized before any strike which
might be called by the employes could
actually get under way and in the
hope that it would prevent it.
To assist iiP settlement, should a
strike arise, a bill increasing the mem
bership of the interstate . commerce
commission from seve.i to nine mem
bers with authority to divide into
groups, is practically agreed on.
Means of extending of federal pow
er to keep the railroads running in case
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORI A
of a strike, has proven a real stumb
ling block and nothing tangible nas
been done, It is known the president
has no' desire to have the government
take over the railroads.
Another report today was that the
resident might appeal tp the brother
hoods to postpone any contemplated
strike action for sufficient time to en
able him to get through legislation that
would make a. settlement of the dis
pute possible without endangering the
country's welfare.
There was more talk among senators
and congressmen today favoring the
passage of aa eight hour day law, cov
ering not only railroad employes, but
the employes ot an corporations "u
industries.
ACHES AND PAINS
Don t neglect a pain anywhere, but
find out what causes it and conquer
the cause. Pain in the kidney region
mav nut. vou on vour bach tomorrow.
Don't blame the weather for swollen
feet, it may sbe an advanced warning
of Bright 's disease. A pain in the stom-
ch mav be the first symptom or ap-
nendicitis. A creak in a joint may be
the forerunner of rheumatism. Chronic
headaches more than likely warn yon
nf serious stomach trouble. The best
ay is to keep in good condition uay
n and I av out OV rcKUiuriy mniuK
GOLD MEDAL HAAKLr.il um cap
sules. Sold by reliable druggists. Mon
ev refunded if they do not help you
Beware of substitutes. The only pure
imported ifaarlcm Oil Capsules are tue
GOLD A1BDAU ,
Mother's Wav Best. .,
Little Willie felt iadisposed, and the
family doctor ordered him to take a
powder,
"Come on. dear." said mother coax
ingly when the powder arrived, 'Pake
this; it will make you quite well at
once."
"Don't want to!" wailed V line,
backing away from the tenspoon,
"Don't want any medicine!"
"Oh. Willie." Mb mother said re
proachfully, as she drew the small
boy near to her, "you've never heard
me complain about a little powder have
your'
"No, and neither would I," was
young William's startling reply, "if I
could just put it on my face as you
do. But I have to swallow it! " Plula
delphia Ledger.
And It Didnt' Strike.
Bulgaria's deflection caused Spanish
Consul Juan L. y Marti to say in Mo
bile: "The allies' diplomacy in the Bul
kans was slow. It reminds me of Smith.
"Smith's mother-in-law riwhcd to
him in great excitement ou his return
from business ouo evening.
" 'Oh, John,' she cried, 'that great,
horrid, heavy grandfather's clock in
the hall has just fallen with a dreadful
crash on the very spot where I'd been
standing only a moment before.'
"f Humph!.' muttered Smith, I al
ways 'said that clock was slow.' "
Washington Post.
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EVERYTHING
Salem Eleetrls Co., Maaonit Temple,
PLUMBING, STEAM FITTING AND TINNING
T. II. Barr, 164 South Commercial street Mala 1M
TRANSFER AND DRATAGB -;
Salem Truck ft Dray Co., corner State ana front street Mala Ti
Dry Zensal
Moist Zensal
TRAVELERS' GUIDE
8ULT1IERN PACII'IC.
NUllTIl BOl'.ND
No. 10 Orein Hiprees S:00a. in.
Nu. 24 l-.'tiRfne Limited 3 '-O'J p. u.
No. ' Willamette Limited '...0:2!! a. m.
No. 12 Hhosta Limited H :53 a. m.
No. 1H Portland Passenger . . . .1 :27 p. m.
No. 20 Portland Pasapnger .' 0 :K p. m.
No. 14 1'ortlund Kzprcss 8 :u4 p. m.
No. 22'.' Portland fast freight 10::lp. m.
No. 2241 Local way Freight. ... 1U :85 a. m.
8DI TH BOI NO
No. ir rolitornla Express. .. . Dirt'.' a.m.
No. 17 Ilom-burit PossiHiaer. . .11 :20 a. m.
No. 211 KiiKi-ne Limited ll):01o. m.
No. lit Colts- (irore Pass. . .4:111 p.m.
Mnkrs connection with No. 74 Ueer
brunch.
No. 11 Nhmta Limited B :43 p. m.
No. 27 Wlllumette Limited... 8:liln.TO.
No. l.'t Hon Francisco Express 10 :3U p. m-
No. 221 Huu t runclsco rust
Fri-lnlit 12:01 a. m.
No, 220 Local way Freight .... 1 1 :40 a. ax.
KAi.E (iKtn Line.
No. 73 Arrives nt Huletn 0:15 a.m.
No. ill Leaves Huleni V :au a. m.
No. 7.1 Ar. Hulem (mixed) . , . .2 :iui p. m.
No, 74 Leave Hulem 4 :20 p. m.
No connection soutn of ueer,
Sai.f.m, Falls CiTr and Wkstekx
No. 1(1 1 Lv. Snlem, motor 7 :Ort a. m.
No. Hi:i Lv. Stilcm. motor :40 a.m.
No. ItiO Lv. Halem for Monmoutu
anil Alt-He 1 :4D p. m.
No. 1(17 Lv. Salem, motor 4 :nn p. m.
No'. Lv. Huleni, motor B:inp. in.
No. 2:i Wuy I-r t lv. Hulem. . . .0 :' a. m.
No. 1(12 Ar. Hulem 8 :4u a. m.
No. 1(14 Ar. Halem ll:t((u. tu.
No. KM Ar. Hulem 3:15 p.m.
No. KI8 Ar. Hulem 8:uOp.m.
No. 170 Ar. Hulem 7:43 p.m.
No. 24u Wajr l'r't ar.- Hulem. . . 1 :ao p. m.
WILLAMETTE RIVER IlOt'TE
Orrtinn ('II il Tmuportutlon Vvmiianu.
The (Iruhamona leuvea Halem for Port
land at 7 o'clock on the mornings of Mon
day. Wednesday and Friday. No liout south
f Snlem. Hunt eoves rorliBixi ruesuiiy.
Thursday and Haturday morning until
further notice.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Vj. 1 UK IIIAUOIU II It AMI. A.
cmla
UlAMOND HIIA.M FIM.M, r.r It.
vetri known s Drt,Sifit, Alryt ketli'-t
SOLO BY DRlfiGlSTS EVtRVWHf PF
No matter what kipdof a
WantAduouputin our
J "V I.MIMI A.KyMH'riiM'iMn,i
4 PAA til.cki.T ila,JllraiilV
4Llive, I'lIU In lira In l Uul4 nl.lll.w
UT TtW t. '.M, lcl IUl r.lja Ri Ja.V
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Mali 1KM
ELECTRICAL ;
127 North High
The fact that Zensal is made
to reach the two distinct
types of Eczema should ap
peal to all skin sufferers.
Tetter, salt rheum and dry
eczema should be treated
with Dry Zensal. For weep
ing skin use Moist Zensal.
75c a jar at
CENTRAL PHARMACY
t
OKE(iON ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO,
MJRTH BOUND
Train No.
... 2 Owl
Lv. Halem
4 :,'l.r a. m.
7 :13 a. to.
0 :45 a. m.
II :2U a. m.
1 :00 p. lu.
4 :00 p. m.
3 :30 p. m.
7 :05 p. m.
Ar. Portland
. . :55 a mi
. . 9 :23 . at,
. ,11:35 a.
. .11 :35 p. m.
, . 4 :O0 p. m.
.. B :80 p. at.
. . 7 :40 p. aw
,.10:00 p. aa.
. 10 Limited..
.... 12
14
. 10 Limited ...
. ... 2
22
SOI.TII BOUND
PoaTLAND TO Bali at
Lv. Portland
Ut.'ioa. m. Hulem 8:35 Eugene 10:55 a. aa.
8 :.(i
Limited
10:11a. a.
10 :45 a.m.
2 :()0 p. m.
7
0
. 13 Limited .
. . . 17 Local .
19
... 21 Ctrl ..
Nonni BOUND
20
.. 10 Limited .
,. 1U Limited
, 22 .....
... 2 Owl . . .
BUITU BOUND
, . 12:5."i p. m.
.. 4.15p.m.
, . 8 40 p. n.
.. 8:10 p.m.
..11:20 p.m.
. 1 :55 p. m,
Ar. Salem
. . 8 :30 p. ou
Ar. Halem
. .. 0 :43 a. m.
. . 4 :00 p. m,
, . 7 :f5 p. m.
, , 4 :30 a. m.
4 :4 p. m. , .
U :OT p. lu.
0 :2U p. m. . .
11:40 p.m. ..
Lv. Corvallls
4 :lo p. m. .
Lv. Eugene.
7 :35 a. m. , .
1 :r." p. m. . ,
5:25 p.m. ,.
12 :00 p. m. , ,
Lr. Hulem,
1 :r5 a. m. , ,
10 :15 a. m. .,
Lv. Halem
12 :55 p. m. .
Lv. Hulem.
4 :15 p, m.
Ar. Eugen
ti :50 a. m.
.12 :25 p m.
. 21 Owl .
S Limited
Ar. AlDany,
1 :50 p. m,
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