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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MOUSING, FEBRUARY 2, 1807.
I'ainc's Wli'st Hoards, latest and best.
Wc have all sizes aud styles.
Also Milst Cards; In large variety,
by tlic pack or by the dozen.
Games or amusements, all sorts,
for old and young people.
lllatik Account Hooks,
all sorts and all sizes, from
the vest pocket ntcm. to the
largest Ledger, for all sorts business.
Stationery, everything desirable
for the office, desk or counter,
nil the standard sorts and novelties,
Choice Stationery for ladies' use.
Engraving and Printing to order ,
of Calling Cards aud Invitations
on slioit notice and right prices.
See our Specimens and get prices.
I'aucj (iooils at greatly reduced pricos.
Hargains in several lines
to reduce stock.
Si: Lackawanna Ave.
SSI The Finest
We Ever Had in the Mill.
Wholesale It. iff
TSie Weston Mi
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN
EXTRACTION OF TEETH WITH
"ANAESTIIENE." FINEST DEN
TAL WORK IN THE CITi.
DRS, HENWOOD & WARD ELL
316 LACKAWANNA h'll.
C. W. Wlsner, of Brooklyn, N. Y is in
Colonel F. J. Fitzslmmons is In New
A. F. O'Boyle. of the North End, spent
yesterday In Wtlkes-Barre.
Miss Lizzie Dempsey. of White Haven.
, Is the guest of Miss Anna May Barrett, of
Miss Emma. Adams, of Monroe avenue,
has returned from Philadelphia, where
the visited friends.
Thomas Barrett, of Missoula, Mont., and
Anthony Barrett, of Brooklyn, N. Y., are
guests of Attorney Thomas P. Duffy.
Mrs. A. II. Wintou nnd her daughter,
Mls Elsbeth Wlnton, have gone to Nice
to spend the remainder of the winter.
Attorney A. J. Colborn, Jr., will deliver
an address In Hazleton Feb. 10 hefore the
Camps of the Patriotic Order Sons of
America of that vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Hopewell entertained
a number of little ones Saturday evening
at their home, on Sanderson avenue, in
honor of the seventh birthday of their
Rev. J. E. Price. D. D., and wife of Sing
Sin;;. N. Y., are the guests of Dr. and
Mrs. H. B. Ware, of Clay avenue. Dr.
Price was for a number of years pastor
of the Adams avenue Methodist Episcopal
Chief Consul Boyle, of the Pennsylvania
divlsoln. League of American Wheelmen,
has appointed local consuls In northeast
ern Pennsylvania as follows. : Seranton,
B. P. Connolly; Carbondale, George F.
James: llonesdale, Charles R. Brady:
Hawley. H. J. Atkinson; Blakely, S. L.
Northrup; Duryea, D. H. Knapp; Mon
trose, M. K. Harnden; Stroudsuurg, H.
-No equal for
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
lu our show windows you
will sec the greatest otTer in
Gent's Shoes for this season, all
styles and kinds. Formerly sold
at ,3oO. Will sell for
410 Spruce Streat.
i iJ. - 1
GOUSE ON TRIAL f OR
HIS FATHER'S MURDER
Was Not Big Enough
OVER TWO YEARS HAVE ELAPSED
.Muniiqiul tit Klmlu .lusticu for .Many
."Months Hut ut Lust is Discovered
ami llronglit to Answer lor His Un
niitiiriil Crimu--.V 1,'anc with .tinny
Unusual i'onturi'M--Oui! .Mini Al
ready Trluil unit Acquitted nl the
Crimo-lt Wns n .Host Urutnl unit
TIip tiliil of J.ilm (Intisu for the nuil
3er or his father ut Aullhulil two
years nuo was yesterday Iickuii before
JudKv Kdwnrds In eourt room No. 1.
District Attorney John H. Jones rep
resents the commonwealth nnd C. H.il
lentlne uiniears for the defense. Kvery
seat in the room was occupied during
the entire day with. spectators and the
lmr enclosure was well tilled with at
torneys. The work of drawing a Jury wns be
gun nt 10 o'clock and was not complet
ed until a few minutes before 8 o'clock.
The jury Is made-" up of tho following:
Wallace Copeland. conductor. Carbon
dale; Peter .1. 1'aUer. collector. Scran
ton: Setlt H. Honney, watchman,
Scrnnton: Henry Kinsley, lineman.
Scrnnton: Benjamin I.. Jonea. mail
carrier; Kzrn K. Wents. cutnly maker,
Scrnnton: Millet S. Dicker, carpenter,
Taylor; L. W. Fu-y, farmer. Covlntr
ton; Daniel Peck, farmer, Greenfield;
William Bunts, carpenter. .Scrnnton;
famuel Arnold, farmer. Hlakely; John
Colvin, machinist, niakely.
The crime which they are called to
pass upon Is one of the most brutal
and unprovoked of the many murders
that hnvo occurred in this county. An
sust Oouse. an ased Polander. who
lived on Pine street In Archbnld, was
the victim, and his son, Stanislaus,
alias John Gouse, is the Indicted" nuir
deier. Joseph P.emlnsky. a boarder at
the house was previously tried for the
crime, but acquitted.
HAD TWO OCCUPATIONS.
Tin? old man Gouse worked in the
mines during: the day, nnd lit the even
ing: made. a little extra money by
mending: miners' shoos. He was a
quiet, sober and Industrious man from
The son. on the contrary, was a dis
turber, and judsins from the fact that
his father's refusal to give him drink
money was one of the alleged causes
that aroused his murderous rase, It
might be taken that he was the oppo
site to his father in the matter of in
dustry and sobriety, Remlnsky, the
accomplice, it now develops "was in
great favor, to put it delicately, with
Ills boardlnjr mistress, who was
killed by a Delaware and Hudson train
early last month.
The murder took plnee at 1 o'clock
Sunday morning-. Sept. 1$, 194. Young:
Gouse, Remlnsky, Jacob Scrappa and
Michael Lelslck were at the Gouse
home drinking. Old man Gouse did
not oppose this, but at midnig;ht. when
they became quarrelsome and refused
to keep quiet, he ordered them out,
saying: he would pet the police If they
did not vacate. They refused to leave
and kept up their disturbance, where
upon the old man dressed himself and
went for the police.
THEY LEFT THE HOUSE.
Young: Gouse and Itemlnsky fear
ing: that they would be arrested,
left the house after the father had
Kone. but returned in an hour on tlnd
ing: the coast clear and re-entered the
house. The Gouses' apartments were
in the basement of a one-story build
ing", the upper part of which was oc
cupied by Adolph Klau. Before de
scending; the steps lending: Into the
basement the son and Kemlnsky
paused for a time and in an angry
undertone talked about "tixlng: the old
man." Klaus overhearing them from
his bedroom window just above the
basement door. They had no sooner
descended the steps into the basement
that Klaus heard the old man call to
him twice, "Klaus. Klaus, these men
are going to kill me!"
Then there was the sound of a
blow, and a thud as of some one
falling to the tloor. Klaus dressed
himself and descended to the base
ment, where hi- found old man
Gouse lying on the tloor In a pool of
blood, his clothes half removed, as if
he was about to go to bed. Mrs. Gouse
came in about the same time and so
did Jacob Scrappo, who claims he saw
the fatal blow struck, from a position
in another room.
, Gouse lingered until Thursday night,
when he died. Dr. John J. Kelly, who
was then coroner, made a post-mortem
examination which showed that his
skull had been crushed in on the left
side by a blow from a heavy instrument,
his sixth and eighth ribs were frac
tured and forced into the left lung and
live stab wounds were disclosed on va
rious parts of the body, two on the
shouldT. oue iu the abdomen, one on
the thisu and one on the Inner side of
the leg near lh knee. The wound on
the head was, two and oue-half iiuhes
lung and caused a depression whkh
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would necessarily prove fntnl, It Is
clnlmed, by the commonwealth. The
sou, It In charge, lulllctcd the fatul
Injuries, his wenpon bclntr nn Iron hist
holder used by cobblers. The stab
wounds are laid to Hcmlnsky.
Both ran away but returned In the
lcoursc of n couple of. hours, llemlnsky
was tnxon uy tile police nut tne son
escaped. He went to" Korea t City and
after a week returned to Cnrbondale.
The authorities not word of his being
there and nt tempted to capture him, but
on nrrlvlns nt the house where he had
been stopping It wns learned he had de
parted the night before for Salem.
A1UIKSTED AT MAHANOY CITY.
After leaving Salem he went to Cen
t nil In and from there to Mnhanoy City,
where he met John Sotofsky, n fellow
countryman, with whom he became
very Intimate. In a burst of conlHlence
he confessed to his friend that he had
murdered Ills father. He Inter had it
serious (liiarrel with Sotofski und out
of revenge the latter told Squire O'Brien
of (louse's crime. The squire tele
graphed the information to the Arch
bald authorities aud Oouse was ariest
ed Inst summer. When In custody In
Schuylkill county he confessed to OII1
cers Harrigan und Kussell that he was
his father's slayer and they are here
now to testify to this.
ACQUITTAL OF HEMtNSICY.
The peculiar feature of this trial Is
that Itemlnsky, tho man who inllleted
the stab wounds, has been tried nnd
acquitted of the murder. When his
case was before the court in 1S95 his
attorney. M. A. MeC.lnloy. paid little
attention to disproving the charge that
his client Inllleted the stab wounds,
but Instead bent nil his efforts to show,
lb st that the blow on the bend wns
fatal and that House was In the eyes
of the law murdered before the slab
wounds were inllleted; second., that
the stab wounds wore at all events
only superficial nnd not possibly fatal
of themselves. The ndmisslon of Coro
ner Kelly that the contention of the
defense regarding the wounds was cor
rect and the favorable testimony of
AtjH''' ' . I
- 'i ''jr-zjr s 'i
ATTORNEY C. PALESTINE.
Mrs. Gouse were responsible for sav- j
ing Remlnsky. Had the relations of
Remlnsky and Mrs. Gouse been known ,
at the time. It Is possible that there .
would have been a different ending to
the boarder's trial.
The trial proper was begun at SAX
Judge Edwards tlrst gave the jury
some preliminary instructions as to
how they should conduct themselves
during the trial, delicately warning
them against the use of liquors, di
recting them not to read any local
papers and advising them not to dis
cuss the case even among: themselves '
until it has been Anally placed In their ,
OPENING THE CASE. 1
. District Attorney Jones' opening was
brief but forceful. He concisely
sketched a history of the case, outlin
ing what the commonwealth would at
tempt to prove and Impressing on the
Jury the awful responsibility that now
rests on their shoulders, savins: that
they owed a duty to this and ever
commonwealth In the union and that
they should meet It unflinchingly and
without allowing themselves to be
swerved by sympathy.
Ex-Coroner John J. Kelly was the
first witness called. He told of mak- ,
ing the post-mortem examination, de- i
scribed the wounds and gave It as his
opinion that depression of the brain
caused by the blow on the head and
the puncture of the pleu-a resulting
from the fractured ribs caused death
and that none of the stab wounds were
necessarily fatal. On cross-examina
tion he said the stab wound In the
abdomen was simply a musouiar wound
and did not pnutrate the Interior nf
the trunk of th body
Dr. William Van Doran.
Tou can save money by buying specta
cles of Sllverstone. the eye specialist, at
309 Lackawanna avenue, onely one n!.;st
over the Lehlsn Valley ticket office. The
following prices will satisfy you that they
are the cheapest In the cltyi Solid gold,
rimmed spectacles at CM per pair; flllH
bows at Ji: nlckle bows from 50c to J1.S0;
aluminum bows from T5c to SiCO; colored
glasses from Sc to ll.iS. We have a Urse
line of reading glasses, the best In the
market, at So. per pair. Opera and mag.
nlfylns glasses at reduced prices. Of.
nee hours. $ a. m. to iSa; 1 to p. m.
Remember that your eye will b exam
ined free and satisfaction U guaranteed.
THE KEELEY CURE;
ed through stroac drink or morphia vbes I
foa can ba eared in four weokj at tec Etelay
aitnut. T3 Madison aTtnua. Seranton, Fa.
rhc Cur Will Bar Uvts'OxvtlM.
i, WJ'; , , ,
bald, who wns cnlled to nttend Oouse,
attributed deatlwto lnllammutloti of the
lung, caused either by tho stnb wound
or the punctures resulting from the
frnetured ribs. On cross-exninlnntlon
he said Oouse had gotten out of bed
and walked about his bed room, which
would, In his opinion, indicate that no
great Importance ought to bo attached
to the wound on the head.
This testimony wns apparently not
expected by the commonwealth's side.
Mr. Jones had the witness admit that
he did not make as thorough nn ex
amination ns Coroner Kelly, nnd then
attempted to show by Dr. Van Doran
that Gouse's body had been exhumed
nnd the skull further exnmlned, but
as the witness' only connection with
the exhumation wns the granting of
the permit of the Archbnld board of
health, of which he was secretary,
court sustained Mr. Balentlne's objec
tion on the ground that the evidence
offered was not competent.
Jacob Scrnppa, who claims to have
been an eye witness of the murder,
was called to the stand Just before ad
journment. Through Interpreter Mar
tin Woyshner he was describing how,
from another room, he saw Oouse
strike his father twice with the Iron
shoe last, when court adjourned.
Oouse Is about 23 years of nge, but
Is rather boyish In appearance. He
wears n greyish suit of new clothes, a
high turn-down collar of the latest
style and a natty blue four-ln-hand
tie. He has light hair and blue eyes
nnd his face Is pale and colorless. He
sits nt his counsel's elbow, with his
hands clasped In front of him, seldom
moving, but following with his eyes
everything that transpires and listen
ing with the greatest attentlveness to
every w. id thnt is uttered. One
would not pick him out for a mur
dered, bin rut iter as a dull, inoffensive
Shortest month of all the vear. Twenty-four clays
for shop going, 4
more business than last month, when
T " 1
more, reoruary s
Still we must beat
in the new store
one. inci we don t propose to slump in February just
because it's a bit shorter. A few more dollars every day
will soon make up
J business bringing
50 sets of
marked tor a
quick good bye. Hand forged
steel blades, with ebonized
handles, 3 pieces in a set and
the steel in every piece all
that steel should be.
Car ing Sets that cut, ;oc. a set.
Novels We've concluded
these take up too
much space, so we close out all
we've left. They're all good,
copyrighted novels, by best
authors. Good print and good
paper; 25 cents apiece the
bookstore charge you. These
are to go at 4 for a quarter,
Four Good Novels lor ;;c.
In boxes. Pret
ty fair paper,
too. Not nice
enough for the over fastidious,
but good enough for ordinary
correspondence. 20 sheets
and 20 envelopes in a box.
soo Boxes go on sale today at 3c each
A Piano An interest
ing surgical op
eration is the cutting off of
more than half the value of
an upright piano. Touch and
REXF0RD'S,303 Lacka. Avenue
Iu order to acquaint people with our LINEN DE-
PARTHENT we iuteud giving them the greatest bargains
,-,. .... . m, , ...
ever onereu iu mis city. iue
Of Reeds & Barns
Jic. Cream Damask strictly pure hnen.iV.
h. Cream Damask stn .l pure linen :.'.
4oo. Cream Damask strictly pure linen. &c.
&V. Cream Damask strUtly pure linen.SJo.
56o. Cream Damask stri.tly pure linen. -tV.
Sic. Cream Damask strictly pure linen. ISo.
ic. Cream Damask strictly pure Unen.cSc.
5V. Bleached Snow White tic.
S.V. Bleached Snow White Wc.
Tic. Bleached Snow White c.
S Bleached Snow White c.
Sl.'.'i Bleached Snow White ic.
and a large assortment of tine linens
ranging in prices from $!.i5 to 13.W per yarj
at greatly reduced prUes.
Nankins. K square, worth ex- for .. 47c.
Na;.ktr.s. square, worth j-a. for .. S.-.
i Napkins. S square, worth 11 . for . 5.
NapKin. targe dinner, worm 51 , tor it li
MEARS & HA
SEVERAL PLEAS OF GUILTY.
I'irst Dny's Session of the I'elirunry
Term of Criminal Court
Before the murder case wns called
yesterday Judge Edwards disposed of
a number of ensos, including three In
which pleas of guilty were entered.
It. E. Escott, alias 11. H. Howard, who
nfter being discharged from the posi
tion of agent of the Security Building
association, continued to make collec
tions and pocket the money, pleaded
guilty in two cases and was sentenced
to six months for each,
Charles Burke, tho little colored boy,
who stole $0 from F. W. Masons' store,
entered n plea of guilty, but Judge Ed
wards refused to accept It, until he
should have tho benefit of counsel. John
M. Harris wns assigned to defend him,
but the lnd Insisted on pleading guilty
so Judge Edwards ordered the plea en
tered anil remanded him u'ntll Saturday
when he will take steps to have him
committed to the house of correction.
Lizzie l.letro, the 13-year-old Italian
llovver girl, who was caught picking
pockets In the- Leader, also pleaded
guilty throush her attorneys, Mes3rs.
Jeffreys and Thayer. Judge Edwards
temanded her also until Saturday.
John Crolley, who with John Clarke
and Thomas Flnnerty, was indicted for
stealing from Alderman Storrs' house,
pleaded guilty and was remanded for
sentence. The other defendants will be
Prosecution wns withdrawn In the
case of Joseph Beese and John Reld,
accused of assault and battery by John
Neat, and nlso In the case of W. S.
Simpson, charged by II. M. Holgnte
with false pretenses.
Edwin Jones, Joseph Wilson and Mar
tin Moore, accused of stealing silver
ware from the hou ot Rev. Nlcepno"
Chanath and a rold ecbonum and oiaer
sanctuary vei,'3 troin his church,
were tried before Judge Archbald In
court room No. 2. Chief of Police Rob
ling was prosecutor. Asslstnnt District
for church going. Yet we want to do.
bad business month, too
Know why? .Every month
better than the preceding
the three days we
prices that will save
tone are unexcelled. Been
used? Yes, a little. You'd
never know it if we hadn't
told you. The little stump of
price left is only $1 10. Not
much for a first-class upright
piano, is it?
Gas How you've
Globes een rbbed in
shades for the chandelier. It
nearly broke your heart every
time you heard one crack, be
cause you knew how you'd
have to pay to replace it.' Now
we've bought some at right
prices. Wide flaring tops that
the gas can't crack if it is
turned a little high. And
we've turned the price down
So yery low, 19c. each.
for cabinet photos. Warrant
ed not to tarnish. The silver
plating is covered with some
secret preparation that pro
tects it from the action of the
air. Service and beauty at
the extreme littleness of price,
:5c. ea:h today.
Commencing Monday, February !,
goous are new, uaviug just
Napkins, lare dinner, worth CO), for.Sl.W
Napkins, lars- dinner, worth SiJS. for. SI-IS
Napk.ns. rarge dimirr. worth S2.S for.il.SS
A large stock of higher-priced goods.
1 1 a large crochet quilt, for v Sc.
Jl. i large crochet quilts for Sic.
Marseilles quilts, all grades, at reduced
Something new. Stevens Bros.' soft finish
crashes ready for use.
Se. crash for fie.
lc. crash for Tc.
He. crash for Sc.
He. crash for lihe.
. .Milan .- j k
,. ." V..W. ,-..
"V " vv... - . j w ..
Towels, taige stovk, at two-third acuali
415, 417 Lackawanna
Attorney AV. Gaylord Thomas repre
sented the commonwealth. Messrs.
Thayer and Bonner were assigned to
look nfter tho defense, The defendants
are nil vagrants.
Jones told of receiving the goods from
Wilson nnd Moore, of his attempt to
dispose of them In Dnvldows, of his ar
rest nt Mr. Davldow's Instigation nnd
of his Identifying his co-defendants
ns the men who save him the stolen
articles to sell, Wilson nnd Moore de
nied point blank that they had any
connection whntevor with Jones or tho
theft. Tho case went to tho Jury nt
CONCERT AT FROTHINGHAM.
(Jrcntly Unloved by n I.nrgo nnd Dis
A concert of exceptional merit was
enjoyed by n large, discriminating uu
dlence at the FrothlnBhnm last night.
A varied programme was rendered
the works of Gounod, Meyerbeer, Verdi,
Tostl, Sullivan, Costa, Rossini. Schu
mann, Thomas and Helmud tlnding a
place on It.
The singers were Miss Kuthrln Hllke,
soprano: Miss Mary Louise Clary, con
tralto; J. Henry McKinley, tenor; Carl
E. Dufft, bass baritone. Mrs. McKin
ley was accompanist.
To Cure n Cold in One Day.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25 cents.
Twining, optician 125 Penn avenue, In
Harris' drug store. Hours 9 a. m., 5
The following Is a list of display curds
Kept In stock at this office and for
sale at ten cents each:
Booms for rent.
For sale. ,
This property for sale. j ,
Furnished rooms. i " ,
House for rent.
House to let. etc.
we had three days
lose. Here's the
of good quality
set in a ster
ling silver han
dle. These are part of the
Wright stock, and jSi.co is
what he- sold them for.
Yours today for 3SC. each.
Paper by the
pound in origi
It's so much cheaper to buy it
this way. If once you'd try
it you'd always buy your pa
per by the pound. Two qual
ities, four kinds.
Congress Note, 10:. a pounJ. i
sheets to the pound.
White Wove. Cream Laid. Royal
Velvet and Linen, 19:. a pound. 10S
Envelopes A special
lot of XXX
envelopes to go today at 3c. a
bunch of 25. And they're not
thin trash either, but good,
strong, well gummed envel
opes. School A special good
Pnd thing in school
pads. Good pa
per. You can write on it with
ink. A good five-center, but
Today they're only 3:. each.
Having bought a large stock of the very lowest prices
Cotton Goods ever sold atr we propose to give our custom
ers the benefit of our purchase:
6c. Good Muslin only
juc. Fruit of Loom
ISHc. 1'rlde of West
liVsC. Lonsdale Cambric
c. Loekwood 5-t P. C. Muslin
He. Loekwood 6-4 P. C. Muslin
ijc. Loekwood 30-Inch Muslin
lie. Loekwood vl Sheeting
c. Loekwood 3-4 Sheeting
2.c. Loekwood 10-4 Sheeting ....
Utlca S-4 Sheeting
. A. ..... - . .-. .
?. t nca vm sneun
3c. VUca 1M Sheeting
Closing out sale Odds
and Ends, parts of sets
and complete sets of open
stock pattern which we
wish to close. Now is
your time to buy good
goods at prices of poor
. ... Price. Price.
M?ioeb'I.S!....T.n. 4.60 $ .49
,0ner,Se?s.u.o.c!?.te.l!.f!!?; 10.00 8.49
M3 Piece. Decorated Carls- (0 rtfi in no
bad CUhm Dinner Sats.. lO.Uu 1Z.S0
fiSSiSSlF&Z 28.00 22.00
"DGSSBrgoef.0.?!!??..:.,: 34.35 24.98
15'i Piece Decorated Theo.
V!?:: 100.00 so.oo
Odd Pieces of Glassware.
MILLAR & PECK,
131 Wyoming Avenue.
Walk in and look around.
4IG L&CK&VAHfii AVEfiUl
School of Music, 5:0 Spruce SL
Mrs. Katharine Thiele,
Voice Training, Solo Singiu;;.
Violin, Piano, 'Cello ensemble. Both
teachers at celebrated Scharwenka
Conservatory, New York. Also other
competent teachers engaged. Mr. Thleb
is the successor to th; late
CoaJ of the tjest quality for doraestlo as
-nd of all sizes, Including Buckwheat ani
Blrdseye, delivered In any part of th cltx
at the lowest price.
Order received at the Office, first floor.
Commonwealth boildlns, room No. 1:
telephone No. IST4 or at the mlns. tele
phone No. 171. will be promptly atteadeJ
to. Dealers eupplled at the mine.
, WM. T. SMITH.
Good Apron Gingham 3'.
Best Apron Glngbam ':.
Sc. Best Indl?o Blue Calico 4c.
5c. Good Calico Je.
6c. Shaker Flannel 4c.
Good Brown Muslin, only 3"-.
Fine Brown Muslin, only v 4..
7c. Brown Muslin S-".
Tc. Atlantic A, only ',.-.
7c. Atlantic H. only ?V.
lie. Best Loekwood 5-1 P. C. Muslin . -"-13c.
Best Loekwood 6-4 P. C. Muslin.. K"
lie. Best I-ockwood -4 Sheeting U-j".
lsc. Best Loekwood -4 Sheeting H
itv. Brat Loekwood p.i-4 Sheeting ....lf.c
17c, Best I'tlea 5-1 Sheeting l-
11K-. Best I'tt.a &-4 Sheetvig ::"..-
IK. Best lUa le-1 Shrr-.ir.,; :.!
Ren Bu a Q