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"W. B. Corsets" "Munsing Underwear"
Prices on Women's
Silk Suits and Silk Dresses
We have collected for easy choosing a large number of
stylish Silk Suits and Silk Dresses made in desirable
models of fine quality fabrics and popular colors. On ac
count of the season being late we have decided to take a
loss, so out they go at a sweeping price of
Formerly priced up to $39.85
WEDNESDAY SURPRISE SALE NO. 818
An Immense Sale of Women's Silk Hand
kerchiefs, 3 for 50c
This is positively the biggest Handkerchief event of the
year. New, dainty Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs in
white or colors. Colored borders and flowered borders,
with plain white centers Handkerchiefs of one color in
yellow, bright blue, pink, green, etc. A really wonderful
assortment to choose from. Take your pick next Wednes
day 3 FOR SOc
See the window display.
All Around Town
T f TT'TTTTTt
Oct. 23. Cord-Hummel recital
October 23. Senator ('number-
laiu at Grand Opera Houso. '
Oct. 24 Six O'clock club meet
at M. K. church 0:30 p. m.
Oct. 24. Senator Jones of
Washington at opera house.
Out. 25. Cornelius Lchnne lec
ture at Virion Labor Hall.
Out. 30. First annual meeting
of Salem Moral Society at
Oct. 30 Nov. 4 "Dress Up
Week" iu Salem.
Oct. 31 Senator Gore of Okla
homa will apeak at the
Nov. 1. United Artisan home
coming. November 6. City primary
November 7. Presidential elec
tion. Nov. 10. Victrola Grand Opera
Concert, 11 Trovatore, at rub
Nov. 11. Football, Salem high
school vs. Kugeim high.
Nov. 18. Football, Willamette
University vs. Pacific Uni
versity, Willnmetto Field.
Dr. Mendelsohn, specialist, flu gUais
m correctly, U. 8. Bank. Bldj.
The advantages of the city public
schools are surely appreciated by pa
rent as it seems that many of them are
seuding their children to school as early
as 8 o'clock and sometimes a few min
utes earlier. Superintendent Todd re
sists that no children arrive at the
school building before 8:30 o'clock,
Frederick & Lamport, lawyer, has
moved to No. 212-1.1, Hubbard bldg. tf
Billie Burke continues to be a wonder
ful drawing card at the Oregon theatre
as yesterday afternoon the crowds al
most blocked the sidewalk, waiting a
ehauce at the ticket office. For those
who intend to see the show tonight, it
may be said that Billie isn't married
yet and that the doctor in the play who
is supposed to be the lucky man in the
ft f i -Afc"
Prepare for Xmas.
long run, comes to her assistance in
times of trouble, just like he did in the
Chas. B. Hodoktn, general Insurance,
301 Hubbard building. Phono 38(1.
E. A. Cummings, proprietor of the
Dependable store, 270 North Commer-,
ciul, reports that his opening sale begin
ning last Saturday was entirely satisfac
tory and that as soon as lie disposes of
his present stock of general merchandise ,
i. ...:n ...,..i... -vfH 1
id 1,111 u up iv-uuu- lutri,, .,11.
and Mrs. Cummings will make their
home in this city.
Drink Cereo, the nquld food, the
health drink. Ask your grocor. tf
In discussing the work of the school
nurse, Superintendent Todd suggests
that parents do what they cau to co
operate with the nurse ami to not prej
udice the children against any advice
given by Miss Taylor. Her work to a
certain extent is advisory although
where her suggestions are not followed,
the school physician may be called in.
I need your vote for city recorder. J.
A. Mills. (I'd. Adv.) oct24
A prairie fire yesterday afternoon fit
the Michigan City district in Polk coun
ty threatened1 for a time to do serious
damage. With the assistance of neigh
bors and other willing helpers the fire
was prevented from burning any build
ings, although fences were burned on
the tract owned by William Lerchen and
also 011 the Slonebrnker and Winslmv
Smoke HygradeVigars Salem's best
15 cent smoke,
The political atmosphere of Mill City
was stirred up to some extent last Sat
urday evening as a party of men inter
ested in w lint is going to happen two
weeks from tomorrow participated in a
rally in which Judge Adams, of F.ngcnc,
was the principal speaker. Others who
helped explain things were Ivan V. Mar
tin, George H. Kinglinm, Walter Tooie,
Ben West and N. 1). F.lliott.
Ford-Hummel Concert, armory 8:15
p. m. tonight.
Teachers who were In the high school
before this veur will inv a recentimi tn
Itho new teachers of the high school
next Friday evening at the studio of
Miss Mineltn Alagera. The new high
CHIROPRACTIC IS THE
- MASTER SYSTEM
If your spine is right, you are right.
Those who have tried every old method
and found no relief should try Chiro
practic and get well. Many hundreds
of grateful patients in Salem and else
where ran substantiate my statements.
Six adjustments will be given for the
small fee of $3.00. Difficult cases,
which require X ray examinations and
Spinncraphs can obtain them at a nom
inal fee. Only expert Spinograpb work.
A talk with the old Chiropractor may
lend you to health and happiness; act
P. H. MAT, D. O,
Hubbard Building Phone 572
THE DAILY CAPITAL JOURNAL, SALEM, OgEGON,
school teachers for this semester an
Miss Elizabeth Macleny, Alius Km in a
Nyquest, Miss Lillian (int'fin, Mis-s
Ltkel Hunmu'l, Miss Nell Sykcs, Hex
I'll t n mi l lunl Lcland J. Knox.
Your vote will be appreciated at the
city election on Mondnv, November (.
J. A. Mills. (IM. A.lv.) " ort24
The Christian church is preparing for
the annual rally, which this year will
be held next Sunday. Two years ago
rally day brought about COO to the serv
ices and Inst year, 1,015. The proposi
tion now before the workers of the
church is to exceed the number of one
year ngo and for this reason, the rally
day baimer is out and church members
Hear the Sonora Talking Machine,
the world 's greatest Invention. Myrtle
Knowland, 4-1 Court St,
On Wednesday evening, October 25,
at 7 o'clock, a meeting will be held in
the Collego of Music, 182 South Winter
street, for the election of officers and
the formation of the Salem branch of
the Oregon State Music Teachers' as
sociation. All music teachers of the city
arc invited to be present.
Dance at Central Howell ball Oct. 28.
Good music and good floor. " oot24
Ford-Riunmel concert, armory 8:15
p. in. tonight.
Sunday afternoon a Dodge car driven
by K. Cooper collided with a Ford ear
driven by P. I Traglio at the intersec
tion of Comenireiul and Center streets.
No one was hurt but the Ford's left fen
der was damaged. The police officers
say the Dodge car was at fault as the
Ford hud the right of way.
W. A. Peebles, who was hurt In the
automobile turn-over a week ago Satur
day night when returning from an I. O,
(). F. lodge meeting at GeYvais in a ear
driven by Judge Galloway, was in Sn
lem Suturdny and is rapidly recovering
from his injuries. He is of the opin
ion that he had a very narrow escape
from being crushed to death and is glad
t no turn over was not any worse.
So far this summer and fa'l the farm
ers have been playing in about one hun
dred per cent luck, as the weather has
favored them in every respect and ev
erything they have raised fans been
bringing almost fancy prices. But now
comes ft shadow over all this good for
tune as the good farmer now is crying
hard for rain as all farm plowing will
bo delayed until the moisture descends,
Wrestling and boxing classes will be
given their first lessons at the Y. M. C
A- this week. Preparations for putting
down a sawdust mat in the front store
room under the association rooms are
under way and a first class mat will be
constructed. Saw dust to the depth of
several inches will be luid on the floor
and theu a piece of canvas stretched
over it and tacked down. The rear room
will be used for boxing purposes.
Having brought the high grade Hip
podrome vaudeville hero on Sundays for
the past four weeks, and taking a loss
at each show on account of the Ion
prices charged, Manager Bligh states
that he will be obliged to either dis
continue the shows, or make a slight ad
vance iu prices. As the people have
shown their appreciation of the Hippo
drome circuit, Mr. Bligh has decided to
continue the Sunday entertainment with
a price of 3.1 cents for the matinee and
for the evening 35 and 50 cents. Last
uiglit the house - was well filled, but
the Hippodrome circuit is one of the
highest priced on the coast and to just
ify bringing this class of entertainments
here, the slight advance will be made,
beginning next Suuday.
DURUM WHEAT 12.00
- Minneapolis, Minn.; Oct. 23.
Durum wheat -sold for $2 a
bushel in the local pit today.
Flour was up 20 cents, selling
for $il."(iO a barrel. Durum wheat
is used in making flour for
A grass fire in the rear of Theo. M.
Harr's home at the corner of Four
teenth and Court called out the fire
department this morning at 11:30
o'clock. The fire threatened the Barr
barn. No damage was done.
The Salem Rifle club will meet this
evening at 8:15 at the old armory. Be
sides the regular Monday evening drill,
several subjects of special importance,
including that of a campaign for mem
bership will come up for discussion. -
The first moot court of the fall term
of the law department of Willamette
university will be held this evening at
the court house Ui department number
1. W. A. Weist will appear for the
plaintiff and A. A. Hyiiuni prosecute.
Work on the construction of the
buildings of th Cherry City bakery,
on Brondway and Market streets is pro
gressing rapidly. The large baking ov
ens have already been placed and other
machinery is being installed this week.
A telegram was received this morn
ing by the Capital Journal from Buf
falo, N. Y., announcing the death of
Gottfried Schreiber, age 58, at his homo
in Tonawanda, N. Y., after an extended
illness. He is survived by three daugh
ters, a sister and three brothers.
Judge Galloway is hearing the case
of the Southern Pacific railroad against
the city of Mt. Angel, an action
brought" to prevent the city of Mt. An
gel from Dunning a sewer miner
n',l,-r.f.l nnnnianv'g tracks. The CaSO
has occupied the greater part of the
TTniioil Ktntoa Senator Wesley Jones
of Washington will appear at theopera
House iuestiay evening ut o u i;ir.
II- ;u fncnnVxl allOShPr find will tell
how things appeared to him in Wash
ington. Jie comes uuuer me auspices
the Marion county republican central
committee. . ,
Leonardo Gorgano, who is an employe
of the S. P. railroad here, was arrested
todnv and charged with the larceny of
.8(1 from the lodging of VitoNovilli,
who lives in a car near the ruilroad
bridge across the Willamette river. He
will appear in Justice Webster's court
for a hearing Tuesday morning at 10
H. A. Johnson, Jr., reported yester
day morning that his garage had been
broken into Sunday nign: mid that one
Indian blanket colored brown, black
and green, a .pair of light army gaunt
let gloves ,a pair ot mcKel platcu prrers
and one two-gallon red can of gasoline
was stolen. He had not locked the door.
The thie'e was evidently looking for
gasoline as he took the plug from tho
gas tank and. did other minor damage.
J. P. Robertson, who is visiting his
brother, J. H. Robertson, at Hound Tp,
Montana, writes to his sister, Mrs. Mil
died Robertson, Brooks, Marion coun
ty, that Moutnna is experiencing some
cold weather lit present. From Round
Up he is going to Billings, Montana,
and from there to DesMoines, Iowa, to
visit a brother, then to Lincoln, Ne
braska, to visit a sister, and then on to
Oklahoma to visit another brother. He
is going south as the winter advances
and will have an extended trip before he
returns to Sulem.
Among otherthings being done to
assist children in their school work, is
that of serving hot lunches at noon,
just in addition to the cold lunches
brought by the children. Already this
is being done in the Highland school at
a nominal charge over cost. Later on,
it is probable that hot lunches will be
served at the three junior high schools.
Ilot lunches are now being served in
all the grades In 'many eastern schools,
educators holding that a proper lunch
eon at noon assists wonderfully in the
work of the afternoon.
Since the publication in the Capital
Journal of the information that families
of members of the Third regiment would
receive a part of the 42,000,000 appro
priated by congress for the help of de
pendent families of national guardsmen
who were serving on the border, Captain
(lehlhar has been receiving numerous in
quiries. He snid this morning that the
money would go to dependent families
only and thut the government would
have certain regulations concerning its
disbursement sent out shortly. He said
the war department did not4ntend to
fork over the money without any for
mality. Ho expects to have blanks sent
hint soon for applications for aid from
dependent families. -
Sunday was a bad day for automo
biles and the business of collisions was
started about 11 o'clock in the morning
when nn automobile driven by Martin
Jensen was struck by a car belonging to
Dr. Wiesy, of Aurora. The accident hap
pened at the intersection of State and
Commercial streets and resulted in both
ears having their steering gear damaged.
No one wns hurt. Dr. Gicsy was said
to have been driving south on Commer
cial street and started to turn enst on
State when the car driven by Jensen
came from Commercial on the east side
of the street and turned east on State.
The officers say Jensen had the right
of way and that Dr. Giesy was at fault
for tho collision.
Ward K. Richardson, of North Salem,
reported about 10 o'clock Sunday morn
ing that his grocery store had been ent
ered and considerable small stuff taken.
The list includes socks, gauntlet gloves,
numerous boxes of cigars, several doren
five-cent packages of Bull Durham, 15
tins of Prince Albert, six tins of Tuxedo,
five tins of Velvet tobacco, chewing
gum of various flavors- Chief Welsh
is of the opinion that .the crime was
committed by boys as the nature of the
stuff indicates. " The chief said this
morning he was on the trail of a bunch
of boys who were out all Saturday night
and who have not satisfied the author
ities of their innocence. F.ntrance was
gained by knocking out the glass of the
front door and opening the Yale lock.
MONDAY, OCT 23, 1916.
A WORD ABOUT SALEM
FOR SALEM PEOPLE
Commercial Club Starts
Movement to Awaken
Salem is your home town and you
make Salem wliat It is.
If you want to stop tho growth and
prevent the development of your city,
one of the simplest and most effective
ways of doing this is to kill your spirit
of loyalty to your city.
There is no such thing as being in
active. You eiiher help or hinder.
To help means to talk about your
city, to live for your eity, to work for
your city, to ho affiliated with the
Commercial club and other organiza
tions working for the betterment of the
The difference between helping and
hindering, therefore is personal service.
If you feel that you are financially
unable to become a member of the
Commercial club, at least offer them
Public service means public spirit.
Public spirit is the spirit of men unit
ed and working for the public good. It
is the spirit which is making communi
ty work effective mid which appeals to
the better side of the men engaged in
welfare work. It is the spirit animat
ing the members of the Salem Comnier
cial club. It is the spirit which should
be found in every man itf Salem and
induce him to center his civic pride in
the work of that organization through
membership in it and service under its
direction. It is that which should lead
him to say:
"Salem is my city home and as
such demands the best I have to offer
in loyalty mid in service. 1 cannot be
truly loyal to my city, or myself, un
less 1 do my full share towards placing
it where it will deserve my uuijiinlifiud
loyalty. I owe my city a debt perhaps j
larger than 1 can realize. Here I find
my one best chance to pay part, at
least. I owe it to myself, to my chil
dren and to my friends to leave this
city better than I found it when I be
came a part of it. The more 1 help Sn-
' lem the greater will be the opportuni
ties tor me while I ant here anirlor
those who are to follow after."
Wednesday evening, November 1st is
the new coiners night at tho Salem
Commercial club. This is one of the best
moves that this organization has made,
and we hope that all new arrivals in
tho eity will take advantage of the op
portunity to become better acquainted
with the older residents.
An Educational Campaign
The biggest educational campaign, of
the kind ever conducted iu this city is
now in preparation by the Salem Com
mercial club. The course will last one
week and graduates will be qualified to
speak intelligently of their home city,
its industries, ideals and future, wher
ever they may be. "Salem week," it is
confidently expected, will become an
annual event modeled along lines of
Old Home Week", in vogue through
out the east.
A belief iu one's city which ultimate
ly leads to an alignment with those
forces working for community develop
ment, will insure the continued prosper
ity of any community, believes Manag
er McDiiniel of the Commercial club,
who is already hard at work to make
the week a huge success. Every man
woman and child in Salem is invited to
take part in the campaign. There is
nothing to sell. The invitation is out
to nil to learn whut Salem really is and
to help make it greater.
"Tho opening gun in the campaign will
be fired in the churches on Siindav, Oc
tober 211. Every minister iu the, city will
deliver an aililress telling why nil
should believe in Salem, bringing the
city's good points out and showing how
its future depends on the activities of
those now living here.
School Children to Help
On Mondny the school children will
tuke ii)i the work. Leading business
men will visit all the schools and make
brief addresses and an essay contest
will be started, the essays to be along
the general line of civic development.
Nuitnhle prizes will lie awarded
a BnioKor aim mass meeting nt iuoy. (.'. x. L. convention at Dallas, re
Commercial club is one of the features turned to Salem yesterday and received
for Tuesday. On this evening a general : information that' her daughter. Mignon
get together is planned and everyone 'Oliver, who is well known in Sulem and
will be made to feel at homo. - ho is now in Seattle, was not among
Ten teams of five men each will gettne injured iu the Seattle bank tragedy
busy Wednesday morning when the I that took place last week. It was le
nienibership campaign of the club opens ! p01.teti m newspapers there that she
It is planned to increase the roll of 800 Uvaa oue o( thtf ,.el.k,s shot ljut a tl,le.
members now in the club to 1000. ed- !,,,., t0 hor parents has corrected the re
nesday afternoon there will be free Pc-port However, she was in the bank at
tores in every theatre in the city. Ev-the time tne shooting took place. The
eryone is invited Speakers wil appear of the .age,lv was the Canadian
i i..vi..D,t.MK r...M.
t'8 aim niHKo unci uuurt'ssrs iu Keeping
with the plan of the week
.The stranger in our midst is to be
made welcome at the Commercial club
on Wednesday night when a speeial
program is planned, In charge of D. 1.
Howard, social director. Newcomer's
night is to be devoted entirely to mak
ing the newcomer feel that here, in
deed, he is in the midst of friends.
Special arrangements have been made
with the managements of the Woolen
mill, the loganberry juice plants and
other industrial establishments so that
on Thursday all who wish to see how
i these really important enterprises are
conducted may visit the plants and
have the various processes explained
by competent guides.
j Mrs. Enunett Cosper, a resident of
I Dallas who was formerly of Hood River,
lis visiting her mother, Mrs. M. Steh
j strom at her home on Trade street. Mrs.
; Emmett is well known in Salem and
was at one time connected with the
Myers department store. She js here,
for on indefiuite stay.
The members of the high school foot
ball team arc feeling pretty good over
the result of the game last Saturday
with the Xewberg boys, and although
neither side scored, Sulem went through
their opponents line several times. It
seems that just at the critical time
when the Xewberg line wns broken,
the ball was fumbled and no score made
But the boys are feeling that all they
need now ii just a little more practice.
The next game will be played Friday
of this week at Tillamook, the boys
leaving Thursday evening.
Parole Officer Joe Keller went to Se
Judge P. H. D'Arcy went to Portland
Frank Winy, of Silverton, was in the
S.E. Wolf and party motored to Fulls
City this morning.- '
B. W. Ritchie, of Aurora, was a Sa
lem visitor Sundny.
Mrs. KUa Watt wus home over Sun
day from Portland.
W. W. Cody, of Silverton, was a Sun
day visitor in Snlcni.
T. H. Galloway and wife v. ere Port
land visitors yesterday.
A. T. Peterson, of Toledo, Ore., was
a Salem visitor yesterday.
Paul Stege is ntteuding to business
matters in Raymond. Wash.
Albert Taylor, of Newport, was regis
tered at the Bligh yesterday.
City Attorney B. W. Mucy is attend
ing to legal business in Portland.
Attorney E. E. Baker wus in Portland
yesterdnj- registered at the Oregon.
William I.erchen will leave this ev
ening on n business trip to Medfovd.
Otto B. Bowman, of Philomath, was
registered yesterday at the Capital ho
tel. Dr. Rny Pomeroy, interne of St. Yin
cent 's hospital, Portland, wag visiting
his pnrents here yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. ('has. Reidel and Mr
and Mrs. S. M. Council, of Roseburg,
were Salem visitors yesterday.
George Finney and family, living near
Wncnndn, will leave iu a few days for
Sheridan to make their home.
Mrs. Helen Cornelius returned to her
i . i, i .. r i,..
H. W. Cnaley, who formerly resided I
across the river in Polk county, was . . . . ,
in the citv todnv. He accompanied 'hie "tin chapcaun
Mrs. Conlev to this city on her way k"' """i'i"'- 1 ,T" 7"
east where' she has been called bv the a. Htift band that is mounted by a Ion
serious illness of her father. Mr. Coaley j r11'1 '"'.'J!' rafuc H 7,"''
manages a large stock and dairy farm-
GOMPERS TO TAKE STUMP
Washington, Oct. 23. Samuel
Gompers, president of the
American Federation of Labor
and Secretary Frank Morrison
will personally take the stump
in favor of the re-election of
President Wilson, it was an
nounced at labor headquarters
here this afternoon.
Dr. A. L. Hutchinson, of the Pied
mont Presbyterian church of Portland,
will lead a Bible clas under the nus
iice of the V. M. and W W. C. A. at
the First Presbyterian church beginning
tonight and closing Friday evening.
Regarding the report that one of vhe
children hnd infantile paralysis, .Mrs.
Marvin O. Barton telephoned the Jour
nal office this morning saying tne re
port iwis absolutely false and that ev
eryone in the family was in the best of
Miss Neva Vaughn, of the Woman's
Home Missionary society, Deaconess
Home and Training school, "Sun Fran
cisco, has been secured as deaconess for
this conference year of the Methodist
church. She arrived in Salem last Satur
day and for the present will make her
home with Mrs. Cornelius.
Senator Chamberlain arrived in the
city this afternoon at 4:15 on the Ore
gon Electric. He will be entertained
tor dinner at the Patton home on Court
street, and an informal reception will
be given him nt the Marion hotel at 7:lu
o'clock. The speaking at the opera
house will begin at 8:15,
The Moose are preparing their en
tertainment for tomorrow evening
when the recently elected officers will
be installed. Among those who will tnko
part in the program are Mrs. Frank
Friekey in a piano recital, Mrs. Don
Miles in recitation, Miss Edna Acker
ninn vocal solo and Frank Friekey as
Mrs. Sara E. Oliver, of South Winter
street, who was iu attendance nt the
jjaujt 0f commerce.
A free dental clinic for the pupils of
the eity schools is now established, as
the board of education hus purchased
a complete dental equipment and pre
pared a room in the Garfield school
alone lines suggested by the dentists
of the city. This free clinic will be
held every Saturday morning and the
dentists of the, eity have volunteered
their services free. The room in which
the Saturday morning clinics will be
held will bo used only by the dentists.
All children recommended bv the school
nurse Miss Grace Tavlor, will be given
free service. This clinic is in -Htie with i tho hour of ten o'clock a. m.
other desirable features being introduc-j W. H. TRIA'DLK, Assignee,
ed into the school service. .1 oct27
Can You Read This Ad? 1
Peculiar question isn't it? . . .
If the letters blur while you are reading come to
me and I WILL GIVE YOU RELIEF.
My Glasses are made to relieve eyestrain.
Miss A. McCulloch, Optometrist t
208-209 Hubbard Building Phone 109 t
Natty Turbans Are
A oign or Autumn
I WITH CLT
.(! ..(! ..(! ..li
buttcrflv bow of metal ribbon.
The fates that handle the advancir.s
prices of flour and sugar seemed to I
asleep at the switch, as the figures tf
T day are the same as last Saturday. Hut,
? canned milk advanced 20 cents a cum)
'lliia nint-iiinir M-itli tmntllcr nilvilllce Ox-
' - -
pected, which will bring the price of all
regular , canned milk heretofore so.' l
for ten rents a can to 12TL cents.
Household Furniture. Woodry
the Auctioneer will 'pay highest
cash price for same. Phone 511.
First-class work. All kinds
of repairing. All work guar- si
anteed., Twenty-five years'
experience. Leave orders at
Wylie B. AUcn Co., phone 1187.
Residence phone 1405.
J. E. HOCKETT,
913 Highland Avenue.
When in SALEM, OREGON, stOf
Fret and Private Baths
RATES: 75c, $1.00, (1.50 PES DAT
The only hotel in the business district.
Vearest to all Depots, Theatres sna"
A Home Away From Home,
T. O. BLIGH, Pro.
Both Phones. Free Anto Bos.
Dennis Eucalyptus Ointment
' AT ALL DRUG STORES
Tubes 25o , jars soc
NOTICE OF TRUSTEES' SALE
Notice is hereby given that on Sat
urday, October 2. 1010, I will offer
for sale to the highest bidder, for casi,
all counters show cases, stoves, cook
ing utensils, dishes and equipment b"
lougiug or pertaining to the businen
operated nt 429 Court street, under tie
name of the Jitnev Coffee (1ub,. snc i
sale to be held at 420 Court street Lt
IfiiTl v if I