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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
AS KG SERE GUMS
Bnlkan Allies Continue Bom
bmknenl Old Bursting
Shells Start Blazes.
A full d'vlamn of Rirtaarari Infatilry
advance.! I" I attack Of. rlrlanuplo
thin Tiinrn.na tinier BesOf uf a flr r
boTthariltnrii!. .10, -online nwa
affenoy l,arBt,i fr :n Hod Tho re
(MM of the fault hi n t t known
T)S8TANTI.M!.r., !'.. 4 Th
n.ur ! of A''rlnniip.i' .-.tally rcpm. 1
Hi- att'-k last tilarit y th Ilil
jaartana on th- liortli ami nt fr.wt
at the frvrtreaa, a'-onllne. to thr oftl
-lal inpnrt iiist here $
TURKS AGREE TO SURRENDER
ADRIANOPLE TO ALLIES?
NEW FIGHTING SEVERE
Terrific Onslaught in Effort for
Quick Victory Report
Scutari Has Fallen.
Paris Gets Report of Unconditional
frffer Made by The Porte Owinjr.
to (Tnatalja Mutiny.
'Br IMM hse i
IM nils'. Kelt, t -A !if' atmcy ll
pntrli. urKwrflrm'l. from Cnnatantlnu
pla to-lar ald that IM Porte hail
aarat M SsOTSBastf Adrlanople. nn
i -n.lM ; it. i . ! tn th allle end hn.l
sent trlaraptilr proposals t UWl if"
f-n 10 HJU. riflgraila, Ottlnjo ami
Tha dispatch aaelttnad aa the prob
able reason for Turkey' rhanifa il
front, the mutinous condition prevnll
tna" amonic the Ottoman troop at Chu-Ha
THIS LOOKS LIKE A JOKE
ON JERSEY CITY SLEUTHS.
POFIA. Btilrarla, Feb. 4- Some
waiters of Adrlanople ara In flames a
tha raault of tha homhardment bjr tha
n,,i,.Mna and Servlana, which wwe
reeumed with avao mora Intenatty thla I
mornina-. eordin t noff)rtai ad-(Hunted Over New York for Peter
vi.-.. received hara from tha front. rTlUrphy, bllt Didn't Search
IVWIKtN. Fob. 4 A terrtOo bom-1 ad u
bardment of Use fort surrounding thai ai MOme.
Turklah atroniihold of Adrlanople waa Oapt. 1-ee of tha Jeraay City detective
hatpin last etrenlna by the Hulitnrlane I bureau and the men under him were
and tha (Servian aurroundtaK the cttynat good naturcd to-day whan MM
to tha number af over lOO.nno. Almoel ( .;,,,, tha arrest at I'wter I". Murphy,
at tha moment of the conclusion of the f hiring the New Tork irun-
armletl-e at I o clock siege gills inn
field guns from varloua polnta com
manrilnir tha forta opened fire, and It
la believe ,ht not aven tha rool
dentlal portion of tha city waa spared
Tha vigerows ettack by tha helara
was mad with the hop of brlngS
about tha early fall of tha fort-
Which the a I liea conMr a 111 mean the
and of tha war.
There 1 eonatderabl difference of
opinion aa to the length of Mm th
fortraaa will b able to hold out. One
despatch from Mustapha I'aaha, which
reported that tha heavy cannonade con
tinued throughout tha nlcht, ooncluded
with the prophecy made by Uia Bulgar
ian staff that two week would suffice
for the besiegers to fore tha Turk to
ttliukrl Pasha, tha Turklah com
mander who It defending Adrlanople,
la on of tha moat determined officer
of the Ottoman army. He tiaa declared
that he will not aurrendar the fortreaa
until tha laat of hi aoldlara ha been
klllad. and ah racord thua far ha
provnd mm to b a man of hi word.
Hhukrl Puaba 'at 111 haa, according to
eatlmalta mad by corn patent authori
ties aome to.000 man, nam bar which
la coniiilerett quit aufflclent to man Hi
forta ami hold at bay tha much craatar
beMi'Klnu fovea, .
The lluliarian ar aald to halo
IM,n man m the ITovlnca of Thrae.
with 4-. wo Mnrvlan Mldleri an4 perhap
a frw dlvlalom af Oraeka aaalatlng
ih.:n TwO areatnr part of tha fore,
however, I compelled to remain tn
f'ont of th line of fortlfloatlona at
OtVitaUaj utid at Ualllpoll In order to
hold the Turklah acnilea conretitratad
at tlioae plaeaa.
HIPPOLYTE SAVES HIS $20
BY ROUTING FOUR THUGS.
SUFFERS CROOKED LEG
NEW YORK NO PLACE
FOR FORTUNE SEEKER
CASEY FROM ATHENS
Hut Doctor Attending Son of
the Czar Hopes to Soon
Have Bov Normal.
YALTA. Crimea, nnaia, fell. 4-The
Impri In! ''rown I'rln. c Alexia of llnaaln
ia atlll InMMa to atrnlahten hi left lc
at th knee nwlna to the Injury he
auatalned reientlv, hut a-conllnti to the
phyalrlan In att"nd,ino, tr. Iieravcuko,
thla la rantdly becomlnr normal.
Oen. Uiimhadzc, the commander of the
aartlaon of Yalta, who haa Jtlat re
turned here from the paliice of Tanrkoe
Hido, to-day furnished an account of
til health of the hoy Crown Prince
whom he aaw and conversed with re
peatedly during hla atay. H aay the
Prince I aa full of spirits and aa happy
aa evr ha waa. Me ha Known oon
aldernily taller and more muaciilar
since last aprlna. We told Oen. Dutn
lmdr that he had been ulrk, hut he
nw was free from pain and felt all
rlnht. The Crown Prince take a drive
The memhers of the Inperlal fnmllv.
accordlns; to 'ten. IhimhadKe, uru In
tha heal of spirit owimc to the MjM
and antiafactory recovery of the OroWn
Rufta Two 'it Them Into PollCf
irtiin'v Arm- an.l ()itv'r 10 to He
Allowed to Thrasti I iiem.
Illlipolyte ClOtM ha I a flill hill laei
I nl it Mi Ml pioiid of It. und aa he
atnoil ut the lur III a Park Itowr aaloon
li- took It from hi pO' ket and admired
It. Othera admlre l It. loo -ml eovete i ! ( lUClie J tOr HlS rill.ll lA) UeiltSi r0"' "! W" ou"
It nen lllppolj ie pill ine 0111
and asuntered out four men follow od
Two came at him fiom the rear, the
other nt .iilj knl him In" front. All
Kraaped hla at atratotrl.' pointa. 1 1 : p
polyle, who ,,een In ood trim t!i . Ii
dally exercle :th a coal ahovaj, .hook I
off the foin
men who ahot Thomas Conroy whlie
they ware attacklnit Thomas W. Iturkc,
an opponent of Murphy:, adinlnlati a
tlon of th finances of th rttatlonarv
EnHneer' Unton. Murphy waa line-l
ed on N-ark avenue by uniformed ;
llceman, 8riL Flannery.
Mrantlma lee and hla men had scat
tered all over Manhattan and iiiik
Island, and on of them waa preparing
to go to t'hlcaco on a trail auppoa-d
to be Murphy'a. A reporter nathrrliiK
news about th cat met Flannery M
Newark avenue ami remarked that the
detective bureau seemed to be having a
hard ttm flndliuf Murphy.
1m there a warrant out for him?"
asked Flannery. "YssT Well, I ahook
hands with him three minute itso and
I have passed him on the street four
'The two walked back to th comer
and, Flannery arrested Murphy and told
him of tha warrant juat a h was
boarding a car.
Justice Oarey fixed ball at tt.m.
Murphy' lawyer, Mark W. Hulilvmi.
said he did not know whether Murphy
would be able to gat ball or net.
'Certainly I am not going tn ball
him out," aald rlulllvaii.
BACK TO HIS CELL.
Jarae l.otlrrelt Waa niai-k In. U I on
Man and Wlfei I anshl Thl Time.
.Inmea Ixitlerell, who hna NtfOd aim Owl
twelve of the twenty-aeven year of his
I If., outside of prlaon walla, land-, I hack
In the old familiar "coop" early to-day.
and the Moris street gang one more
core to settle with Policeman oula
Nelson, l.-it-teil had quarrelled with
Patrick Kelly of No. 2 Htate atreet. and
hla wife and a Mr. Alldor. and waa
ii-in.: a blackjack on thetn when NokMtl
came on the run 10 the i-oiner of .Mor
ris and Washington streets, where all
thl waa Doing on.
The policeman pursued leitterell to
the roof of No. 30 OreeiiwrVch street ami
used his revolver to urge hlni to sub
mlt to nrreat. liOtterel! a can
the InaMo" liegnn at the QathOl
teotory in 13.
He Decides to Cjo
to the Farm.
Via regularly "Hue hla an. al fiom
liie fat m he has '.e-n robbed. Tin llr
day he got here a m:in named Jo'iti
Clark, a friend of an ...I f:lend
to h. " met hltn. II" inaled upon
' having iir.n , Thw young farm-
IF Wok up (hroO dava lotof m a Jer
aev City hoffMUI. Hla IM snd gold
watch were giiie.
Michael ent ho.ne for I.M more. Then
he met a couple of good fellows whe In
troduced him to a game played with
three cards, he said. He woke up he-
broke, hint night
with So cant remaining of Athena
money, he et out from the Mill Motel
at Thirly-alxth aireat and rlevcnfli ave
nue, for a stroll.
At Ulglith avenue and Thlrty-alghth
street three men aurrounded him. One
choked him. One held his hand, liehlnd
It's htw.k to the farm for Michael hla hark. Tho third htr.v ted th
and pui two of thorn to Caney. who ,-ame her three weeks huh nlnelv enta from his tronser nockot.
no! needed. Ihe Ihrei
c-aary linving OOOd
Th- man ran Ikrotltfl M Tiil.ty-s '
i nth street, w.irre Pollcsdlgn Herring
MMod him it h drofl'el over tin
f hla ,,"r-
ai the we-t Tnirty-ttventn set tn
kfn Mm nriaone i aa'd IBO wet
T artej lieiiiv. lWitty-fou .ara old.
of N'o. :m Ninth avenu. a.ui Aliiofl
(al as DhMU I'rmtiiri. . nineteen yOOra lea me I nlted atales
oni, or . a wi ."inin aieuue.
Casey InJentlfled them aa two of tna
trio that had art upon him, hut neither
had the mleatng ninety rent.
Magistrate O'Connor held the two men
for examination to-morrow each In
fnurlli. vot M
Mlnee Oix-e. aiateeutaa lv.
HasteHIMOPOlHs. I lclnr.d. fel - M.
ToKol, Me aVtOWl 1'i'nwn' " ktl
L.at been ected fretinlMtl of "''
aa for mc;e ihn t "
JERSEY RATIFIES A DAY LATE.
flight. The otli-r f-xlr limp. I awiv
after tttppol) had lOVOtOd a mfament
to them and he nent off In pursuit of
tha ottiera. They were -aught by Po
liceman M-hnelder at Mulherry and
Wort i atreel". and HI.poIyte, -ha-grlm
I. volunteered (o urt with half of
the gloeay, yellow twenty for the
privilege of apcndlng ten minutes in
private with the prisoner.
The nien said they were F.dward
Min k of No. 4D& East One Hundred
and Sixty-seventh street and o.iarles
Miller of. No. ill F.at N'lnetoenth
from Athena. Pa . to seek his fortune,
and who to-day appeared aa n wltneaa
In the West Hide Police Ceairt against
two of three men who last night held
mi up on Klghth avenue and robbed
him of all his money ninety cents.
Casey Is tall and lanky and made of
angles. He still wears too boota and
top pockets, and lays "Ooah." r. wh
rhen Casey act up a ahouf "Of help.
Polkeman Steele heard him.
One of the huhlup men went wcat In
Thirty-eighth tret. Two rped east,
ftteele followed the two. One of them
stumbled and Hteele pounced upon him.
Policeman Tarpe, who Joined the chase,
aaw the aeound robher dlapparlng over
a fence In Thirty-eighth street. Tho
policeman shot twice.
tpnroval on income Taa
TKKNTUN. F-h 1 Ttl N-w .Ici
ItciiMie to-day, by u vole of 12 to . i at
lied the. amendment to the ConatlluMon
of the ITnlted ftatea authorlllng Con
gress to Impose an Income tux. The
Hon.. had previously ratified th
The vote In the Senate waa a parly
rote, except that President Fielder,
Democrat, voted against ratlncatlon,
and Senator Nichols, Republican, veiled
In the affirmative. Jersey's vote wa
Th record ol il turet and benefit!
rrtdi like a revelation to thoe hitherto
unacquainted with i it n used by mrt:it
of tlie "J. D. L Cancarfe" (tSe only nien
linc (ppiianc lor this purpose.
A book hat been published or this
subject, entitled "Why Man of Today i
Only 50 Per Cent. FJhcirnt " Copy win
be handed to you if you will call and ask
for it at all Rfkcr end Htfeman Dm
Store, in New York and Brooklyn.
DOI.VT LIKJJB BATI0-4IOI-Kk.
irnat Ik Alias town lanaoorat I
They are telling a good on at the
spans of a young fellow In a Lehigh
County village, only a atone'a throw from
the city limits, who Is aomeihlng of a
dud and la "buga" on the question of
neoktlea and ahlrta. One eve r ntly
he waa aaked, at tha village hotel where
he haa himself on display In the liven
ing: "What haberdashery In Allentown
do you patronise'" "None," replied the
sport. "I don't Ilka these darn eat. in:
t rouNTaiNo, MortLO. on ikOCWMCng
Original and Genuine
The Food Drinkf or All Ae
llCH MILK. HALT CIAW fXTRMTT IN POWDU
Not in any Milk Trust
IV Ituiat on "HORLICK'S
Take a peckage homo
rorr brass bed
Mrs 1.. Ihriuwr. .iu I-.. U.'-lii t . Nfwr Yrk
City, writ- "1 (.iMiu i toM. I iiwxl OM 1 :"
uf your Kas-lHa, - K-.put, luitff with wtjutUrftil
rvfJIllU. I l"f ttltto f'llllltl It Alii like II '..trill
for hw ,lirial. I u.. I It with great i-rin-li for
eirTui likuii Bnr cnldreti Iuti i-lI. -uid Nt
ommnifl It a m fri. n S "
Sore Throat and Colds.
ItAUW AY'M IlKAIlY KKI.IKK. st U drussUM'.
ItAHH AY A Oil.. N.a. Ynrk.
Q"RUN" the Household Right rltHjj
anal L. W wallk
u vjotya lub i iwuw 'rnr
Housework is hard work without
Gold Dust; with it to save half your
time and labor, it's a joy and satisfac
tion. Gold Dust cleans everything about
the house from cellar to attic and
cleans it better and quicker than any
other product, device or method that
was ever invented. Millions of women
have found this out; we're talking to
those who haven't and are conse
quently doing their work in a longer,
The use of Gold Dust will save your
time, spare your back and make your
home as spick and span as a new pin.
If you have never used Gold Dust,
either make a bee-line for your grocer's
at once or call him on the wire and
order a package. It will do all and
more than we claim for it.
Gold Dust is sold in 5c and large
packages. The greatest economy is
in buying the large size.
Um Gold Dust lor wMhinjj clothet and dithet,
crabbing floors, cleaning woodwork, oilcloth,
silverware and tinware, polishing braaawork,
cleaning bathroom pipes, refrigerators, ate, soft
ening hard water and making the finest soft soap.
Made by THE N. K. FAIR BANK COMPANY, Chicago
With Every Purchase ol 171.
AA A WEEK OPENS
.no g?Tkirr rri?o nrnd .
VAElUll J lltflWlf 13 a 1 J
3 T 50 ,7 WD,or,100!
5 T 75,10Dr '150
104th St. "L" Station at corner.
Relieve That Sore Throat
Now With MASTER OLE!
MrsTKHQI.l. brings quirk and iilesj-
c.l relief to las or throut and leuvea a
rlelicious fci lint; n( ease ami comfort.
It ia a clean, vi hitv niutmcnt, uialc
iili oil f Miuiaftt "t on riinply rul it
on. No plaster Batidstti
Wrfrrr fAnn ttiuilnnl plurlir and
MiK'urii rfoci nof blintrr.
Tlicr ia nothing like Ml STKHIH.K
lor Sore Throat, Hronrhilia, Tonsililiv
Croup, Slid Neck, Aathina, NeiiralKitf
II lache. ( ongcitiou, Pleurisy, Ithcu-
BiatfsiB, l.umha;o, Puina unit Ache, of
the Hack or Joints, Sprains, Sure Mus
cle, Braises, Chilblaiag, rrasteti Pert
and Colttl of the Cheat (it prevent.
Doctors nnil nurses friinklv rccom
Btend Ml S TKHOI.K It ia used in
Al your rfmggist'l in Ufl and 00, jars,
und ii uptrial Urg' htHpttal ur Jar Vf.ftU.
Accept no substitute. If your drug
Rial can not supply you. send He or 50c
to the Musterolc Company, Cleveland,
Okie, and WO will send you a jur, postage
oRonna i muxi.l'y. Mtrujwkwai w
Mu.trrnl I. Just fine, ami is un Im
pain III the hack.
nave over tried."
in',., e i tlir-mt and
it', tha liusi tblnt I
Prompt Refief'-PoTnuaent Core
LIVER PILLS never
fail. Purely veget
able ct tunljr
but taUr oa
BffajkfSjfJ rfr,rv a.il
SSSS us prof tho corup!
SaU NJ, Saull Dm.UIU
-Genalnt onstk. Sitmatnra '
' Kwaa. V
REFINED MID-DAY CABARET. EIGHTH FLOO
IN Nt:W YORK'!) SHOPPING CENTER
THIS February Furniture Sale
The Simpson Crawford Sale ulTordM positively the gnsitsjft furniture valueN to be found in New Y'ork City.
"fur in mind thut not one stick of SiintiittMi Cmerfnad furniture ia "ale" furniture. The iune hisrh standartl of
IflllT lltlft hllilL llll fill' iMinrtnMiK furniture it- win a-kf K I Hiiiu ! u tirislli' mii.ni ntniiL
- I inn iiiuh.i Hi nit t II IIUV ' ' I till."" fita. ' ISKa.! j lllltt III III 111 '
16 White En.mel Bed at
This bd is only une of 100
patterns to select from.
97.50 Enamel Bed, ut $5.95
9H.00 Enamel Bed. at $6.95
915.00 to W7.50 Enamel
Beds, your choice .... $7.95
We have i&
of these chif
fon i ers in
b i r d s e y c
maple to sell
This $60.00 3-Piece Mahog
any Loose Cushion Suite at
This is a handsome suite: almost large enough for
a library; fitted with loose panne cushions in any
Our Furniture Plan
Is For Your Convenience
The question of immediate outlay need not
deter you from enjoying the remarkable savings
afforded in this sale. Our Furniture Club Plan
affords a convenient method of acquiring all the
furniture you need without burdening you with
the expense. There are no entrance fees or club
dues. We shall be glad to explain the arrange
ments to you.
M a gaz
t7 almpton ( raw ford Co.. 1 1ft I, Fluor. On sale To-Murruu .
wide ; w p " d
,a I I toplT
Great February Sale of Rug's
Just received, three ca. loads of rugs from leading manufacturers of this country. Purchasing in uch tremendous
quantities naturally has given us unusual price concessions. These prices eliminate all competition.
300 9x12 Seamless Brussels Rugs
Sold in other stores at. up to $22.00. An extra
ordinary value. Rich Oriental d 1 O AO
and geometrical designs P wnV
450 9x12 Seamless Axminster Rugs
A few of these rugs are slightly imperfect in the
weaving of the designs, hut to
such a slight degree us to he
IIIIJJ" I irt i sis nit
500 8.3x10.6 Seamless Royal Axminster Rugs, $19.50 j Rich Velvet Hall and Stair Carpet, yard 79c
Impossible to duplicate this unusual offer. Rich Oriental i 42 patterns in various colorings. New, perfect guods for
patterns and colors in a great vuriety. 1018, Cannot be bought elsewhere at this low price.
Short Lengths of Cork Linoleum at About the Actual Cost
Lot No. 1 Pieces containing 2 to 8 sq. yds . . . ,19c sq. yd. Lot No. '2 Pieces containing 2 to 8 sq, yds . . 29c sq. yd.
tr Slmusea Crawfard t .. fearth rlaor. On Sale Te-Mafew.
FEBRUARY SALE OF LINENS
OFFERS UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITIES
1,500 Scotch All-Linen Table Clotha
Of extra heavy quality, hue satin finish; new, attractive
patterns in three of the most popular sizes.
Pattern Table Clotha, 70x70 inches, regular price $2.7d;
Pattern Table Clotha, 70x00 inches, regular price $3.25;
Pattern Table Clotha, 70x108 inches, regular price $3.7.5;
i2.50 All-Linen Napkins at $1.95 dozen
22x22 inches, pure Irish linen of best Irish manufacture.
$4.50 Extra Quality Dinner Napkins at $3 dozen
24x24 inches; very fine satin finish, new, attractive
16c Hemmed Huck Towels, at T 12Hc
19e Hemmed Huck To wela, at He
U6c Turkish Bath Towels 25c
50c Mercerized Table Damask, at, yd., 38c
Snow white, tine lustr us tini-li, launders and weur
better than the cheaper grudes of linen damask.
$1.50 Table Damask, at, yd., $1.00
2 yards wide, extra tine and heavy; very special ut
750 dozen 75c and 85c Seamless Sheeta, at 50c
'Only beat grades of full bleached sheetings used.
Choice of 81x90 und 72x00 inches, befi re hemming.
25c Embroidered Initial Pillow Cases, at 19c
Sim 45x30 indies, hemstitched, with hunds nic Old
English letter t mbr idcred in center above hem.
$1.00 Crochet Red 8preuds, for single beds, ut 79c
$2.00 Crochet Bed Spreads, large siie, at $1.59
$3.7u Satin Finish Bed Spreads, ut $2.95
t7Slmpam Crawford OtM Main Moor. On Sal Ta-Morrew.
l'OIrr.SH--Uoiils. In bulk
lb... eOri lb
sm.mon STBUaui -Caeioeat
lunibla ltlvr .'ut. in purs, oil ; 14.
11 a oen. atri .men can. . -",
HICK Hrok.n bead; ap.clal. AQ-.
Hi Ilia , W-
l l. i our r.s. Bit 'arail.s.
atrslnbl Dr bl.llil.ll lo s.ili ; 17-
Full nieasnrr.-tull weigtil. purity in luorla i. our
aiur to the public. Mail anil plionr orders blleil. I
'ln..t..A flfMI. so-Hlslh Floor.
New' Bermuda or Fieri- OO- I TTr.M A TOF T'l-morrow, large
.la,, oholu. to. morrow XC I 1 KJIVIJ 1 VJ-aaJ lie canal , .
f. mart baak.t asSe! -w-
I oil's- Tlnjr Main k.rneis; 11.
doin. ai.itSi ran -
I'ltt M.S l.ari; !;
meatri a lb.
olla oil. rrsular lili
li.-t gnallty srt-d. A A
put-kov W V
n.i . inta. i q i
rs. 10c pcks
COCOA run. braskfa.t OR-
cecua. lb aVDv
TACM- laiundnri 1 O-
ymSEZ u J
al Stu'srt r.4 "71
T 7lold M.lal M bbl. aaei.
tlHHKJMM) Holland MIlchiMirrs!
k. Mth-i Holland Mixed. 69c
lars oarton. ITei amll KyaC
PEACH KM California
rloa. Ii.avy .yrup; r
rl.I'MS i-.llfornls (Si In
llalit .yrup: lrs li Nil
MM Karl JMflM Tn"'
fruit; f asn, fl.ui
eKACM KM l--.ni svspirateS r
fruit: lb.. BOr: lb 1
COKraK-Koysl Stusrt blnd; con
aelsaaura' favrlti to saar- JBJC
trMafflj CRAWFORD CO.. MXlsf AVENVE
rrlAH Hw.at auaar
HK.ANM- tlrean strinr. do.., 'JIq
ArKII'Ols Fanoy, evap
sr.it. il; :i las., etsri lb. . .
PKA BKAMS I'anoy; S
laWfnial Impurt.d; 5
HAKINtl CIIK:OI.ATIC At..o
lutrly purs, IB., SNri 1 ri-.
U.lb. cakf. i asv
UAKK.lt BKANS -Will, to
mato .sue.; lars,- No. 3 ran.
COs'FKr- i'cll b I. liil, 11
Iba.. Sl.lMti lb
MUiON-aPtak Alaahai dea.. otf
ei.OOl No. 1 tall can
iinnrrrr auPr.u. mser id ;
iZZTili la.f oval
II TH TO JSTH STREET
MAI KKKKI. Kit Nor- OSaL.
aay fish: 0 . b. pall ., . IOC I
Wines and Liquors
VK WIIISHKV- ltoyal Oak; an
aallon. aa.MOi full mini. . .. OOC
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