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T HI EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1913.
SAW A WHOPPER
AND THOUGHT II
CHECK SWINDLER IS SENT
TO PRISON FOR SIX MONTHS.
WAS AN AIRSHIP
oeonMng to ftolM.
(latelle was snt to th ptn'tentlary :
for tlx month.
Hangovers Spied It
Wall and All Harlem
Kan to Look.
Pfdro (jutille, Dapper Young
Cuban, Had lAany Victims,
PoHCMIHn Tells Court.
l'eJ:o Ualelle, .1 'Upper lonkl'g ming
t.uhsn, neatly dressed MM of 'iave
manners, twirled nli tnper.ug mnaiacMi
Ml VUMtjFi an Ml stood before the lu.-j
fleet In Hpe.tal Sessions, Pa;t I. ..
eay, and heard Piobiitlon officer Cum- i
iiiin tell I Ml co.irt a Maj reasons 'Vhy I
Ik should h sent to
ALL THE TIME:
I on n conviction of
' "The arlsoner,"
ntns, "hns left i
tt or lata' I np
Teh wh'? oh. th 11 1 aar'plsnt on ,
sred there'.' No. tha's not anything. '
N'othlng looks like tha' COULD b ,
an'tbtng Brace up. ole fel'l"
Two ollliena leaned "gainst tha wall
of th drug store t On lu dreJ Hi
FlMt street and Broadway to-day ami
flx a wa ei'lnn gaxe on soTiethlr -btwn
them. On wort evening
clothta, t.i oth r had a buiK-ii of car
rot tied on the crook of hi cane.
A butcher' boy. who waa whistling
"That Choo-Choo Haa," pauied to ad
rolr. then drew closer to follow the als
sssg pointing finger of the map In the
evening clothes a It sought to direct at
tention to something on tht wall.
"K'aon, tell truth to genm'n. Wh'
jrou tee hen- on w ell or don' you sea n'
tnlng?" Tht butcher's hoy drew closer and
what ht asw thre on the drugaior wall
14 him to drop hla basket and run
around the corner to the bootblack
stand. Ho brought back .loc llh'.ncuni
P polls, his brother Ortslet and Quieppe
Angelotti, the fruit stum man.
Tok what the souses found!" th
butcher t boy explained. The boot
blarkn and the rruitstand man looked.
A man who was waiting on the corner
for a car came and looked. An um
brella mender came end looked. The
driver of a baker's wagon anj a steam
tter came and looked. Within ten
minutes fifty people were fighting for a
chance to look, and the cltlxen In the
tvtnlng clothet was ringing "Shall We
Gather at the River?"
Thlt Is What they ssw
No, not an ordinary bug.
Just tht wlldeei, dog-gondttt l.ug that
vtr landtd on Manhattan, that's all.
As PoUaaman lilehaal Qvtlnn, wh hur
rltd up to the crowd and tried to pick
out somebody to arrest, afterward rave
th pecincatlon of the tiling, It looked i
something llko thlt:
"You might call him a bug. and again '
you might call him a baby hdroaoro- I
plane, both would not he fat wrong.
"He bad headlight! on him like a
humhltbee but no tall, light or number. I
H had wings, to be sure, and legs like
a duck-web feet and all. When he
snapped the wlnga or him It sounded
Ilk th mlstlt pulling In Iwr BlotBSSllM j
from tht pole outsldt tht kitchen win
daw. "TasthT Sure-Ik a horse, but I
not a Ult or rs tu th top ot his head, i
"Not th kind of a bug. take It from j
mt. you'd want to meet on a dark night i
after being out with tho hoys."
There's no telling but thai somehody
In th growing crowd would have turned
In a Are alarm If Mr. Jarr.es Dunn of
No. 212 West One Hundred and Ninth j
street, who Is nn amateur entomologist
M well as a dealer In several kinds of !
egg, had not com along lust then.
"Oh, that Is a Florida water bug, 1
sakt Mr. Uunn after a quick look.
"Mura tha't the reason he's on a
drug More. Poor bug's lookln' for high- j
bull St Flor'da wa'er," commented the
0 tlxen with the csrrots on his cans.
He's com a long way," said M.
I'unn. "It's a sign of a hot summer."
And h took the wii;mm-ain bug
away with him In a barrel.
said Officer Cum-
, , ..... - - - n ,,ai. ' 1 . j 1 1 1 1
check wherever -.vent. It has IjSsJsj
Impossllile for me to get an accounting
of all of them. Ml they rang from
; t Ml each. They have been given in
payment for everything from 'oard
bills to aiilomoiillc nnd alway the ie
fei.dant has rece'ved a balance of ..ish
let the amount of (he check's face.
Officer Cummins snld Alberto Vulei!,
, millionaire owner of pineapple plan'a
. tlons 1 1 Porto Itieo. who has offices at
. No. 01 Worth street, was one of Out. lie's
victim.. Vales, tt Is alleged, eotitraoted
with Oatelle for Hie purchase of three
I automobiles. He made a pavment nn
A iar of
the ienlten'.Ury certain insurant agn
th.m of 11,500. The cars were never de-
Puslata ready at hand it
inst skin affections.
serious or slight, which may annoy any
MM of the family at any time.
In quickly disposing of pimples and '
rashes taking soreness out of burns, i
seslds, ttings. etc., curing itrhing feet,
scaly scalp, etc., I'oslnm noted for itt
remarkaMo work in the cure of eriema,
arm- and lik serious ' skin diaenset I
has become a vcritnble household rem
edy. It is an active antiseptic, soothes,
rool nful sublines inflammation.
I'OSLAM SOAP, used daily for toilet
and bath, will keep the skin in healthy
condition, and improve its color and
texture. It offers the healing medica
tion of Potlam in a form particularly
beneficial for tender skin.
All druggists sell Pnlam (price AO
rents) and Poslam Soap (price M
rents). For free samples write to- the
Emergency Laboratories, 8 West Ath
Street. New York City.
The Only Way to Save on
Every Diamond soid by Lambert Brothers is directly im
ported by them. Readers of this newspaper have seen this
statement before and will see it again.
They have never seen it contradicted. Thia direct
importation of Diamonds is worth harping on because
it means saving of money for every buyer of Diamonds at
the Lambert store.
COURT REFUSES PAY.
la refusing to sllow the aim ot
David A. Breen, a builder, far W.MO for
service rendered In appraising the
"4lu of buildings on the site of the
new amphitheatre court hnuxc Justice
I 'age served notice this morning that
he must be convinced beyond all doubt
before h permits money to be pold
from the olty treasury.
"There Is not satisfactory proof sub
mitted as to the nature and extent of
the services rendered by Mr. Breen,"
commented Justice Taxe. .
In reply to the Court's Mirement Ai
s stani Corporation Counsel Clendorf
"Thtrt ware more than a hundred
building on the court bouse site that
Mr. Bittn was obliged to go through.
frn foundation to top stoty, and mess-
Luff, and eatlmaie the value of both
building and fixtures. I certainly con-
I rider M,M0 a small return for such
Since we import Diamonds direct, having paid spot cash
for them, and since we mount them all. keeping factory
costs down and wiping out middlemen's profit, and since
every piece of Lambert jewelry is guaranteed, we can and
do give unexcelled values to all.
Solitaire Diamond Engagement Rings, Diamond Cluster
Rings. Fancy Diamond and Platinum Rings, Diamond
Brooches, Diamond Bar Pins, Diamond Lockets, Diamond
Scarf Pins, Diamond LaVallieres and Diamond Bracelets.
We will tell you what to do with your old, broken, un
fashionable jewelry if you let us look at it. We can put
style and brilliancy into it. We can change the shape and
purpose of it. Diamonds and gold (hat may have been in
the family for generations may with a few remodelling
touches be made into beautiful gifts for the June bride. No
charge for desiens nor advice. Low charges for actual work.
Third Ave., Cor. 88th St.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 10
It's Me for Olive Tablets!
That it the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tub
let. th substitute for ctlomi-l.
Dr. Edwards, a practising physician
for IT years and Calomel old-time
enemy, discovered the formula for Olive
Tablet! abile treating pgUeatl for
chronic constipation and torpid livers.
Dr. Edward-' Olive Tablets do not
contain calomel, bul a healing, soolhiug
No griping Is the "ItayMl" of thagi J.
They cause th.- bowel., ami vf In act
normal. Th' y never farce them to
Dr. Edwards's (Hi..' Tfblttl arc so
eay to take that children do not regard
them at "medicine'' ul all
If you have u "dar.. brown mouth''
now and then a hud breath -a dull,
tired feeling sick he.ulaeho - - torpid
liver and cmutiputed, you'll find quick.
jure ana only pirutav re.1111.4 rrom oue
or two little Olive inhl
Spring House-Cleaning Sale
We are beginning our house -cleaning a bit earlier this year, MRS.
HOUSEWIFE, to have it take place with your own. You will find a
number of new things necessary before you are comfortably settled for the
Summer, and commencing Monday, May Sth, you- will have the chance to
buy them ut SAVINGS OF FROM t$ to 50. This Is a much for our
own benefit at for YOURS YOU OET THE BARGAINS, WE GET
THE ROOM for our incoming Fall Stock.
Come in and read OUR PLAIN FIGURE PRICES, PICK OUT
WHAT YOU NEED, and remember our
Convenient Credit Service
makes it unnecessary to deny yourself other things that you want.
Oin at Bed
The frame is tel
id In comliucted 0
birch, linLhed in
it u.iy po lished
The bd is fiile.i
made separate irom
the .prints that
lunnitrt the unhttl-
:teiinu. The nat Closed as a Daveuporl
uisi hack are uphitl lered with tine Imperial leather that
IS guaianteeil to aive excellent servUe. like cut; value
Ail Goods Marked in Plain Figures
VUT-OF-TOWJ DELIVERIES TO YOUR 000R RY MOTOR CAR
They're pcrfet lly hat uil'v.
Thousand. Ukc on' o r.,
to Ml ritflit . Trythm.
"Every little Olive Taolct h inove
tsnml all Ht ow n Ilk- aad Mc per bog.
JJff W bl Co., t. oiumbus. O.
Two Pairs Instead of QCa
One Pair for
We don't know of any 35 cent gar
ter that it better; it's the popular knee
drawer style, satin pad, cable elastic
and rubber button attachment; all
the wanted color. 2 pain for 2 Sc.
Notii Dept.. Main Floor.
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
Lexington to 3rd Avenue 59lh to 60th Street
Our own English importatiorsl, tt
reduced price for Saturday:
variety of shapes and tires.
the separable bowl:
$1.50 model, new II. H
$2.00 k 12.25 model, now f l.M
$1.00 a $3.50 model, now 12.39
Our stock embrace pipes of all
rrlgllnnt (rtm SSe up lo glg.HO,
Ideal for Summer Wear
$1.50 & $1.75HArtlsUc" Shirts, $1.18
" rtlsle nriuil
Nhtrt are knasra
far their man.
Milnts nf esrellenee.
The? are eat I
nd fit roastvrtahli
The materlale include such
ppropriMe Summer fabric at
highly mercerised woven cords,
stripe nnd jacquard madra.
Russian cords, satin stripe pon
p.ers nnd rep we .we.
The workmanship rrvenls
all the care usual in shirts made
to sell for $1.50 and $1.75.
The Soft Double Cuff give
a further touch to the Summer
luxury suggested in every detail.
The colotingn are up to the
minute and the variety of pat
terns large and select. Light tone
effects, with various style of
stripes, and medium colors,
with clean cut colo-ed stripes,
are numerous and desirable.
There nre all sires, U to 17.
Silk and Male French Cuff Shirt,
wperior grade, special
Woven Mercerized Striped '.Shirt,
oft cuff, in nn assortment of the
most wanted patterns ; size 14
to 17; exceptional value at ... OOC
Other style merceriied
Shirts, with French cuffs. $1.15
Summer Neckwear Newest styles
in an unequalled variety. Assort,
ment include crepe and crene faille
m bat tie and four-in -hands, and
. UIHIIIUUIMi ui
Balkan color -
White Crepe Madra f olf nnd Ten -nls
Shirts, with the comfortable
half dee vet, with button e,
collar attached M ..)!)
Tub Silk Shirt, correct in style and
unsurpassed in quality, sewed with
silk and with silk buttonholes.
$3.88. S4.38 .nd S4.75
Soma I-tt e Arrival in new washable
cravat of silk, with Russian cord
and panel design; special
polka dot and i Men' Pitiama of Madra, silk
I and lisle and mer- q.
, cerired materials . 3(3C tojl'l.yo
lin rionr. cot , Ml. mi
HI OOMIM.IIM I S
50C and $1. 00
Come To-Morrow and Attend This Sale of 3,000
Men s and Youths' $15.00 Suits at
Plain blue serges
Fancy blue serges
Plain gray serges
Fancy stripe wor
steds Fancy cheviots
in brown, gray
and tan; rtaple
Every suit in this sale Is
a very attractive value.
2 - button sacks.
3 - button socks.
belt loop; also
with and without
cuff bottoms; all
Tin aiwtt arc It to J cor for young men, and S3
lo .f rif'. for men, in regulars, stouts and longs.
No matter how much you have paid or where you have
bought your clothes, you never had a chance like this. These
suits are all in the new models, mode by makers whose names are
synonymous with quality. In the lot are many sample suits -one
of a kind that are worth considerably more than the value
we quote. The styles include everything from dash and go
models for young men to conservative styles for men of quiet
tnstes. Wr consider f Asse sulfa excellent vmluee mt our epeciml
Saturday aaie price of ten dollars
We ha ve in regular stock aplendid collectiona of Rummer
sulfa at $14.93. $16.95. $19.95, $22.95 and $24.95. We have
exactly the style and material you want.
1,000 Crepe de Chine Blouses, $3.98
Man a i "l..t hint SlcWf rv ..n I r. r
A fortunate and timely purchase of
regular $5.00 and $6.00 models ready
for Saturday's selling.
One thousand of these dashing white
crepe de chine blouses were closed out
to us by the makers at such a heavy
concession that the former prices, $5.00
and $6.00, have been cut uniformly
on this lot, to $3.98
The material is of extra fine quality.
The principal feature of a sightly
and seasonable design is a beauti
ful double frill in front, and hem
stitched collar and cuffs. Sleeves
like the picture or full length, i)
preferred. Choice of flat or high
collar, also, at the price mentioned.
Voile and Lingerie
Blouse 20 new
styles; lace trimmed
ir, laahjgta Ai. I
Alo Tailored Model
Finished with black
silk cravats, at the
game fit1) QC
Sr. .Mil II
Sllllilny II I' Me
"It is a wonderful thing, n
Mr.thcr. Otlirr folks can love you,
but only your Mother under
stand. She work for you, look
uftrr you. forgives unything you
may do. understands you, nnd the
only thing hod she ever does for
you is to die and leave you."
HVtir a While Carnation
in Her Honor
Our Cut Flower Shop is offer
ing thousands of the best varie
ties, at Sr.
Hetnembcr tier irith a (lift
Wr have arranged u storeful of
suggestions for the occasion.
Colonials, Pumps and Boots, $2.98
Women s smart styles in an excep
tional sale Saturday at $2.98 in
stead of $3.50 per pair. Offering
includes smart styles in Mack
and tan leather and
white canvas boots,
lonials, all at
Women's 13.01 Low Shoes and Pumps. Special, $1.05
Several stylet of paten? colt, gun metal an J white canvas.
Do Yon Know Onr Superior "lady Lexington" Boots
for women? We bavs 23 style .it Ij.-'O.
-III OOMIM.D W.I'.M'-
In !ur Greenhouses on (he Roof
inue a rid
Piants, i Wti to
We continue u
hrubs und ran to
ive the builders the
poce they require to
construct and greatly
nl irgr our conscrvu
H,et Coleus. Daisies, Geraniums,
variegated Wandering Jew, Ameri
can and French marigold, hardy
carnations, Sweet William, cannas,
panties, bachelor button and other
bedding plants in all - n
their varieties, etc., at Of and LvC
Baskets of pansies and bachelor but
tons at the special price per 1
10,000 Hardy English Ivy, reg . n
ularly sold for 15c; at 1UC
10,000 Hardy English Ivy,
very special values at
Shruos and Bulbs:
60.0M Appl Tree, b to 8 ft
high; all varieties; per dog.
Foliage and Flowering nn
Shrub; very special; for, each o"C
50,000 Tuheroaes; at, doxen. . . 6c
23,000 Cannas, grown by the famous
horticulturist J. D. ChiUls of Floral
Pnrk, L. I., from prixe winning stock,
recently purchased at the Inter
national Flower Show; at, each . uC
5,000 Crimson K. mi biers, growing
in 6-in. pots; very special val- ,.
uet at, each oHC
Specials for Saturday
Particularly full summer assortments
for men and women now ready. Our
perial line of initinl handkerchiefs
put un expressly for us nre top val ues i
boxes of h.nlf doxen, 75c, fl, $1.50
Women' Longfellow Inlllul Hand
kerchlefa, with letters in pink,
blue and lavender; bog of fl
6, at the sperinl price xUC
Women's Colored Shamrm k I In ml
kerchiefs, with dainty initials to
match your summer dresse.
attractively priced at, each
Real Prince Lace Handkerchiefs,
withone corner of files . always in
Old at 25c. at , 1SK
Men' Pure Flag Irish Linen
Handkerchief, with narrow
hems; usual 15c value, at. . . .
1,000 Dozen Women's Sheer Hand.
kerchief-., hemstitched and scal
loped; embroidered in one corner
and ull ground effects, dightly f
"seconds," but no holes; at. uC
in plnid borders or embroid
If. m Rati, C' i
Prices reduced for no other reason
but the recurrence of a customary tale.
Ali other flowering and folic ge nulb and shrubs at grratly reduced prices
Concert The treat trio. "THE THREE WONDER
FUL VOICES, " and Yerkea Chme irom 2 P. M. to 5-30.
In Our Beautiful Cut Flower Shop on Main Floor
As custLmary, cur large ttock of FRESH CUT FLOWERS, as lurge us
any ten florists in the city combined, and in all varieties at '3 to less thun
regular florists' prices.
100,000 Roses and Carnations, in 10,000 Hunches of Sweet Peu;
11 leading colors and special, at per bunch.... OC
varieties and short Am ARTISTIC FLOFAL DESIGNS
erican Beauties C and OC tt $1.00 up. ,,, ,..,,
rnri, Between the hour of 9 to 11 and to 5 P. Nf. , r
FKIjIj of two Killarney roses to any one presenting, ttt OUT OrtgnhouSSI.
a sale check from any pgr! Of the store.
$2.4' Truvt'lli-ra' Hags, walrus grain
leather; 14 to 18 inches ll.'7
$2. OH Travellers' Bafts, lhgp bide
leather; 14 to 18 inches ii 4')
$4. Ml Travellers' Hafts, cowhi-1' (H
og. stock;; 14 to 18 inches . $.1.59
$5.00 Travellers' Hafts, cowhide;
leather lined. 16. 17 and 18 in $i.97
$6.00 Travellers' Hafts, cowhide, tun
leather lined, 16. 17. 18 inch. $4.97
$7.50 Travellers' Hafts, cowhide,
roomy , leather lined,
20 inch only $6.47
$10 Travellers' Hafts. English model;
4 ox. stock cowliidc, leather lined;
imported Irume und trimmings; 15
to 18 inch $7.50
Other tourists' bags, in siock, $15 up
to $45.00. Usui floor, omim.
28c Roasting Chickens at 20c per lb.
Weight from 3 to 5 lbs., good, fleshy birds and will cook very tender. Other specials:
Fancy Broilers, all sixes; I Left of MllkVaal, I Lofts of Cenulne IShoulders of Milk
worth .sue; our Tt I fine grade meat, i CI Lamb, sweet and "I 21 Veal; wcrttt J A I
CitriC f lb 1U I I tender, lb lUJf I 78c per lb. XT2 '
price UUl lb 1U ( I tender, lb
Young Fancy Turkeys, tender and juicy, regular price, 28c
ChlMren's Underwear. Ik
Fine balbriggan thtrt with short
sleeves and short knee drawers, with
double teat, and finished with pearl
All Cars Trailer lo IL00MINGDALE S , Uw to M Ave. SMkloMIn HI, mil
our price, special, per lb
M.-A' llirtfii.nt, Uoa.li
A Banner Day lor Children
Mothers can avoid over -congested shopping districts, to their own comfort
und their children's safety, by attending a special reception for boys and girl
that will be held at Btoomihgdatea' tomorrow.
A complete egpntiticn of tun. mer styles for juvenilet will be held on the
second floor of this easily accessible store that will include everything that I
new and desirable. A further incentive fot parents to attend lies in the
abundance of soecisl price offerings that will be a feature of the occi n.
Girls Dresses and Children's Coats:
Girls' Balkan Middy Suit, of white percale, trimmed with shepherd check
or striped 'gingham, with colored or white plaited skirt. Sixes $rk m
6 to 14 years, at 41.69
Girl' Drew of colored and whit
linen and ttriped gingham in Rut
tian style, showing long waist line.
finished with leather belt. ( an
Sixes 6 to 1 2 vewr. at 5 .3 O
Girls' Drvsa m polk dot
revealing tang waist line.
... I , I . Ll.
cutis anu ucii are oi wniic p. aq
repp. Sixes 8 to 14 year, at
tilrls' Dresae of challie. In stripes,
polka dots and shepherd checks,
trimmed with lace. Sixes m j.
6 to 1 2 year, at 37.90
Juniors' Dreaae in striped ratio
trimmed with solid colon; alto
in white voile, trimmed with em
broidery and lace. Sue AO
13, IS and IJ.?i-j MlO
Children's Cou ts oi ail woolctath. col
lar and cuffs trimmed with silk braid;
fancy mixture, pointed collar,
with silk braid Sixes 7 to 5 yts. 85C
Children' Goal oi all wcol serges,
shepherd checks and black taffeta
with pique, linen or laces.
Sixes 2. 3 and 4 yeurt, at. . ftrfJlO
Ho of uthrr beaulijul drriie forilirls and Junior ut 9Hf,$l lit and on upto 17 JM
Boys' and Girls' "Nature-Shape" Shoes
"Fit the Keet
( :iot h Top Shoes of patent
colt or gunmetal $2.2 to $2.98
Kitra lllfth Button . v
Shoe, aff leathers $1 6V to $3.48
Patent Colt or
White Kid Pump $14 to $2.08
White Canvas and White
Shoe or Pump . . $1 .49 to $3.48
Like Gloves Fit the Hand''
Patent Colt or Calfskin
Bluchers il . to $2.98
Patent Colt or Calfskin
Button Boots ... $2 48 to $2.98
Tan Ruesla Calf
Blucher and Button . . $2.48 to $2-98
Also Patent Cult and Qua Masai
Pump., with band turned or welted
soles. Se vBd Tlwt.
Bine Serge Suit Day for Boys
Strictly all wool, cut in smart double-breasted and Norfolk it lev The
trousers are lined and team taped. Sixes for boys from 7 yean M AS
to 17. Specially priced at T99
ISoya Fancy Cheviot Suit-- made of
II wool fabric . in Norfolk and double
breasted models, sixes 7 to 17 years,
some with extra pair of m .
trousers; a $7 no value at
Hoy' VV'aih Suits made in every
washable material, in a complete,
line of new styles, including Military
suits, middy suits, sailor blouse suits,
Russian and sailor nc a.
rolUr suits HOC to Jl.S O
Boys' lllfth Grade Hard Tailored
Suits, cut in Norfolk md double
breasted models, in sixes 7 to If
years; our price rwnL- cy ftB
from $7. 'IS to Mc 95
"K.& 1 ." Blouses made ci madras,
aoisettc, percales, in new colon, with
collur attached; all buca 3 to 16
years; a splendid variety of new
models at price . et At
rxngirtg from . :JCtc51.fS
Middy & Balkan Blouses at 98c
White Qalatei', with sailor collar
and slmrt sleeves, front and sides
laced with white, blur, oi red.
Children's Gloves. 24e
Washable chamoisette, with spear
point backs, in white und natural color.
Children's Stockings. 17c
Children's fine 1x1 rib mercerixed
lisle thread stockings, black, white
and tans, regular prices according to
site, 23c to 39c pair. All six, 17c.
Children's Parasols. 49c
We offer an ataortmrnt of six la
Parasol of mull, linens, fncy borders,
dotted and Buljar.an cfTcctr.
I'm llt Utyt. i.m Hjot.
Black, red. wlute; 2 to 3
wide and sixes 24 to 36.
Patent Leatherette Belt, lie.
Ooxe Patent Leather I3ltf, 3c.
Ooxe Patent Leather Btltt, 2'
Leather Eelu, ooxe calf, 3
Children's land Bags. 41c
Hand Baga Beaded, leather,
kid, chain and leather handle.
Pibre matting, 14 to IS inch, OOC
Leather. 14 to IB Inch, 11.79.