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Tift WOE: OMAHA, SATURDAY. JANUARY 4, 1913.
RETURN PARGEI POST MAIL
Many Do Not Understand that Spc
oial Stamps Are Imperative.
EXTRA CARRIERS IN OMAHA
Two SIrn Now llnnrtlttur PnrcrU
Pout Deliveries In Cllr rt n,t
ernl Mentis of Conrrritnce
Will )1r Tried Ottt.
The heavy parcels po!t business during
the first two days the system was In
operation hss prnctlcally stripped the
Omaha postofftce of t and t-rent pnrcels
pout stamps. Assistant Postmaster Wood
ard has called a halt on the reckless sale
of these denomination at the stamp win
dow. It wa not due so much to the enormous
votume of business that these stamps
have, been practically exhausted, but to
the fact that the stamp sellers sold ones
and tivo recklessly for parcels that re
quired lancer amounts of postal. Bvcn
when they wild have sold 60-cent stamps,
10-cent stamps or Jl stamps, they often
made up the amount with a quantity of
ones and twos. While the postofflce had
received a consignment of WW) 2-cent
stamps, they are nearly ail gone. From
now on until a new supply comes every
thing that can be sent for stamps of a
denomination other than a 1-cent or a 2
cent stamp will be sent that way.
Hundreds of -people have, not yet learned
the necessary lesson that parcels post
matter must be mailed with parcels post
stamps. Accordingly this morning a blc
basket of parcels that ate to bo sent back
to the senders were collected. It Is one
of the regulations of the panels post
law that all fourth clans matter must
now go under tho parcels post regulation
and with parcels post stamps. The Post
office department desires to learn exactly
b hat revenue' tne parcels post brings In.
and a special stamp for this class of
business In the only thine that will get
them this Information.
Insurance I.lmlt j Lnraer.
A special notice has just, been received
at the postofflco calling attention to nn
error appearing on the printed receipt
portion of the Insurance tag that Is at
tached to parcels Insured. The receipt tog
saya the limit of Indemnity shall be $!f.'
The department calls the attention of
postmasters to the fact that the limit of
indemnity is, In fact, IM.
Two extra, carriers Iulvo been put on
the routes In the city delivery department.
The carriers ore handling all the parcels
afoot. Although an automobile was tried
out the first day, It Is by no menus
settled ,yet as to what modo of conveying
the parcels will be finally adopted perma
if the parcels business Is heavy Satur
day a horse arid wagon likely will bo used
to help out In the. deliveries. Various
scheme will be tried out until the depart
ment finds what la the most practicable
way of handling tho deliveries. Uundles
of laundry sent from out In the state to
the Omaha laundries were among the
parcels received. Other parcels from their
weight and size suspiciously gave tho sug
gestion of brickbats.
Yuletide reconciled tho hearts of Mrs.
K1I& Rowley, a stenographer for tho
Farmers' Co-Operative Creamery and
Supply company, and Frank Xj. Ilowley
of 8t Louis, her divorced husband. They
were remarried In Omaha Friday. Rowley
Is U years old.
About a year and a half ago Mrs. Row
ley obtained a divorce on grounds of
cruelty and nonsupport. Rowley went to
Central America. The following " Christ
mas was dreary for both, but they wcrt
proud. A few months ago Mrs. Rowley
learned that her husband had returned to
the United States and had located In St.
Uouls. lie learned her address. Each waa
lurpVtsod on Christmas morning to re-reive-
gift from the other. Rowley took
the first train for Omaha. After a fow
Days of courtship she promised to be
Preparing to Move
As soon as the Burlington mores Its
auditing nd f)a)m departments to Chi
cago (lie rooms on the third and fourth
floors of the headquarters building will
be renovated and redecorated. When (hie
Is 'done the offices of tho superintendent,
now at' the passenger d-pot, will be moved
to tbcj headquarters building.
Nobody seems to know Just whenth.e
exodus of Burlington employes will oc
cur, but It is expected any day, and
clerks are preparing for the move. OJd
books', documents and papers are being
tied up and everything is being put In
readiness for a quick movo when the
CELEBRATION IN SERIES
Revisiting Nebraska for a family re
union. J. B. Cessma, formerly a well
known attorney at Hastings, now located
at Urle. Pa., Is renewlntr acquaintance In
Omaha. Mr. Cessna has two sons, one
residing at Council Bluffs and the other
at Kansas City, all of whom have gotten
together for the holidays. Whllo noting
the Improvements In Omaha, Mr, Cessna
is calling attention to tho forthcoming
IVsrry pemorlal Centennial In which tho
cities surrounding the lakes are to cele
brate the hundredth anniversary of the
battle of Lake Erie et summer by a
water parade and local demonstration.
A reproduction of Perry ship is to b
the -central figure, starting out at Erie
the (first week in July and making the
rounds with stops of a week at each of
tiftejn cities. Theidea of a celebration
In serial form is a novelty which is ex
pected not only to attract much atten
tion but to bring the centennial celebra
tion 'home to a much larger number of
people than If held in only one place.
IREAKS SOME RECORDS
All temperature records for the month
of pecember since 18M and with but five
exception since 1871 were broken by the
JUllX .record, according to the monthly
metereologtcal summary of Weather
forecaster L. A Welsh.
the mean temperature for the month
was Je,' as against In Ml, 27 in 1910 and
1$ In 4MB. In the years 1S75, U7T.
im and 11 the record for this year was
iUalled or surpassed.
Nof nly wa the weather warm in tte
Qjfcufcer, but there were few cloudy days,
utu snow ana sugnt rain.
THIS INKKft FLAME. Tty Clara lmlsc
nurnham. Wl Ip. SL:s. Houghton-Mlfflln
The story of a young mining engineer,
whose chief ambition! Is to become nn
arttst, but who Is held back by lark of
funds. How a way opened for him to
try hla powers, the young man's In
genuity In economizing with the money
placed at his disposal, his efforts and
final success make a novel of constant
Interest. Part of the story takes place
In New York and Casco Bay figures as
delightfully as ever.
THIS LOCUSTS' YBARS. By Mary
Helen) Fee. 37 Pp. $1.3S. A. C. McClurg
The scene of this story Is laid In the
Philippine Islands. Charlotte Ponsonby,
the heroine. Is a nurse In a government
hospital, whoe natjiro has been warped
by her upbringing In which kindness and
exact Justice have taken the place of
parental love. Khe mnrrlen a man of less
subtle character than herself, Is taken to
a lonely Island, where she Is thrown Into
contact with a debased, expatriated Eng
lishman, and hern the ntory, which nar ,
rowly skirts tragedy, Is worked out.
TUB nLACICBBRRY PICKERS. By
Kvelyn fit. Ledger. ICS Ip. l.35. O. P.
.V girt with an ideal. In the tangible
form of her best friend's husband, loves
a fnan whom she tries to fit with that
Ideal. The man's shortcomings aro much
more slowly discovered by the girl ihan
they are by the reader. Poetic Justice
overtakes the selfish young man and
tears away the veil of the Ideal from
tho devoted girl's eyes. The Invalid wlfo
of the contrastingly beautiful Ideal dies
literally of Joy" at the regaining of her
health, and the girl who han been cheated
by love gets the Ideal as a reward.
THT: LONG WAY HOME. By "Pansy."
42$ Pp, S1.W, Lothrop, Leo & Shepnrd
A story designed to empluulr.n the mis
take of those who have, grown up with
special discipline of any kind, and who
have no real fitness for marriage, beyond
the fact that thoy bellovo they love each
THE ItKD BUTTON. By Will Irwin. 370
rp. IL3Q. Bobbs-Merrlll company.
A mystery story In which the accent Is
ns much on character as on tho plot. Mr.
Irwin has taken great pains 10 present a
picture true or not, worth while or not
of plain, ornery, bourgeois boarding-
house' life. There are many clover touches,
ns when Mmc. La Orange defonds her
mcdlumlstlc days by saying: "I heartened
em tip, 1 handed 'em good idvice. I kept
silly girts from goln' to the bad. I gave
weepy old widows the only real recreation
thoy over, had."
TUiirinr. me Tttis ITS' AH. llr 1f.ln
Kaufman. 837 Pp. $1.25. J. B. Upplncott
Tho scene of this story Is laid In
Itafratl. When Commodore - and Mrs.
Chandler arrive at Honolulu on the
vacht they are entertained lavishly and
aroii not a llttlo curiosity among the
native. At one of the native ff tes, which
is given In their honor, a famous Jewel
disappears. Thereupon follow a number
of other curious Incidents. Altogether
this Is ono of the brightest stories of
modom Hawaiian colonial life.
TUB TALKKUBy Marion and.Arthur
llornblow. 3-Ip. 11.25. O. W. DIUlnghnm
This novel Is based on the pluy of
the same name, which appeared In Omaha
a' short time ago. As a play It was deeply
arresting In Its significance and as n
work of fiction It Is a graphlo picture of
a woman whoso schenio of life was all
wrong, but who Is evontually sot right fcy
lh6 tender thoughtfulnens and' protecting
love of the man sho has sworn to love.
THE IRRESISTIBLE MRS. FERRER:.
By Arabella ICenoaly. 37.. Pp. $1.26. O. W.
Mrs. Ferrers Is a fashionable beauty,
the Idol of London soolety. A cleyer and
attractive man, estranged from his wlfa,
Jays slego to her heart, and the story
turns upon the rivalry and struggle of
the two women.
"tutimv nttnAtio pome TRUE. " By
Rltter Brown. .179 Pp. $1.25. Desmond
A stlrrlne story of today. laid in rugged
picturesque Mexico, which gives the 'hope
of the dawn or a nsppier, simpler me ior
"AVANTII" Bv James M. Ludlow. Sil
Pp. $1.26. Fleming II. Revell company.,
A Sicilian romance, picturing the homo
life and folk lore, the social and political
unrest of the peoplo of that enchairttns
Island at the time of the great Qarlbaldlan
Invasion and the union, of Blclly with
THE DRIFTING DIAMOND. By Lin
coln Culcord. 270 Pp. $1.23. Tho Mac-
mlllan company. .
The story Is told In the first person
with a convincing plolnnosa of speech.
Every step In this adventurous narrative
is interesting, nor is it too obviously sil
vered over with the filmy brush of occult
mystery. It has, too, Interesting flashes
of Oriental life' and character.
THE BRAND BLOTTERS. By William
MoLeod Ralne. SIS lp. $1.25. Q, W.
A young man accused Qf murder Is be-
Ins hunted across the desert wastes Of
Arizona. A .cattle stampede passes
through the gulch below him, killing and
mutilating a herder, caught In their path
way. The hunted one descends wearily;
changes clothes -with the dead man. as
suming the tatter's Identity and then re
sumes his Journey. The author carries
the reader through many exciting ad
ventures, finally making Justice and right
triumph In tho end.
THE ADVANCE OF WOMAN. By Jane
Johnstone Christie. 133 Pn. ILSA. JT ti.
This book U not sn argument for
"Woman's rights," but It Is a most b
sorblngly Interesting and convincing
picture of her place In the whole scheme
of things, with Illustrative examples from
the lower orders of nature, as well as
from womanhood In general In the ancient
and modern wor!d.
A MEXICAN JOURNEY. By E. II'
Bllchfeldt. S70 Pp. . Thomas Y. Crol
well & Co.
Beginning with Tucatan and Its hene-
quin plantations. Mr. niichfeldt makes
his way through Vera Crut, the Isthmus
of Tchuantepec. the city of Oaxaca and
Mltla and Its famous ruins to Mexico
City. Several chapters are devoted to the
capital and the government, followed by
descriptions of trips to Xochlmllco, "(ho
Mexican Venice," to the Toltec pyramid
at Cholula. and of and ascent of Popo
catepetl. The volume closes with chap
ters on the 'people and on Mexican cus-
Great January Sale
The results of months of cnroful plnnuing by the
inost powerful buying organization west of Chicago.
Our Paris office and our New York representatives
have assembled the daintiest, newest, most attractive
undermuslins that will be sold at prices never before
equaled in Brandeis history. The varieties aro almost
unlimited. It will bo the greatest undermuslin sale
over held by the greatest store in tho west.
Free Medallions Discontinued
Aftor Saturday evening, January 4th, our Medal
lion Portrait Counter will bo discontinued and no
more photographs will bo accepted for reproduction
after that date.
See Brandeis Great Advertisement
of SATURDAY SALES
On Page 8
torn, tho undevlopctl resources of tho
country, and their exploitation by Ameri
cans and other foreign peoples.
AIIMAMBNT8 AND ARBITRATION.
TttTnV Atlm&it A. T. Mahfin. 2C0 Pp.
11.40. Harper St Brothers.
In this book Admiral Mohan dlscussos
exhaustively the several factors Involved
In tho contrasted methods or armameni
rind arbitration, with all that tho two
words Imply force on th ono band, law
on tho other. In tho writer's opinion, all
that civilisation has to depend upon for
Its suprimacy is Its energy, of which in
ternational competition nd armament
nro not only expressions, but essential
ttr-itMrtMfn urcdlNNtNQS OF THK
frAU WttST. My Katherlno Coman, Two
Volumes, l. The Macmlltan company.
A1lv with adventure, ns rugceu ana
ylgcrpus as tho Urns which It describes,
Miss Coman tells how we won iho land
bejjbnd'tho Mississippi. Tho history or
this portion of the United States and the
spontaneous western movement of popu
lation i esnrcLiliv Interesting to thoso of
us wbp live In the west. A feature of the
volumes ore tlw , illustrations, wiucn in
clude many mups, both old and new.
Tins mxirc uook of dats. By
Matthew I'aKO Andrews. 2SS Pp, Jl. J.
B. Upplncott coMny.
Illustrative of tho history and literature
of the south.
YOL.E-TIDK CHBKIt. Kdlttd by Ed
ward A. Bryant. 501 Pp. )1. Tliomifa
Y: Crowell company.
.Nearly two hundred complete poems by
famous writers ui jwai ua ui no jhvd.
ent times are given, and ' extracts from
several moro which could hot be Included
as a wholo. The volume Is attractively
bound In green and gold,
LIKE MOTHER UHBD TO MAKE. By
Christine Herrlck. 200 Pp. Jl.K. Dona
lSstes As uo.
Mrs. Herrlck is too well known and has
written and edited too much on her own
account to need the benefit of her moth
er's reputation, still we fancy that people
of an older generation, and tho young
ones too, who aro familiar with tho
recipes of Marion Harland, will be es
pecially Interested in this volume by her
' THB BOOK OF COMFORT. By J, R.
Miller. !80 Pp.. SI. Thomas Y. Crowell
A helpful devotional book In which the
author, perfects the messages by wliloi
he ever sought to make his readers better
acquainted with the friend to whom his
life 'work was given.
THE BUSINESS OF BEING A WO
MAN. BV Ida M. Tarbell. 2H PP. Jl.SS.
Thn Mnpmlllji n ralinnnTir. t
"HXfa -Tarbell writes of life as it is lived
today. She neither ra,les mortals to the
skies nor drags angels, down. She gives
weight to arguments In -favor of a fuller
life for women, and scores the "parasitic"
woman. The -book is beyond question' '"a
criticism of life."
ON HAZARDOUS SERVICE. By "Wil
liam OH more Beymer. SS$ Pp. SI. SO.
Harper & Bros.
Courage. and reckless daring are hero
told In true tales of those men, now well-
nigh forgotten, who did their work alone
and obscurely, unhonored and unsung, in
the face of Ignominious death tho spies
and scouts of the secret sen-Ice. The true
stories of their daring deeds have oen
gathered front original sources and form
an interesting addition to American his
tory and heroism.
THE FLOWING ROAD. By Caspar
Whitney. St: Pp. js. J. b. Upplncott
Mr. Whitney's expedltlpn to r4Ch tho
unknown land fit the head of the Orinoco
river, through the unfriend! Indiana n,l
almost impasrable natural barriers, when
an save one treacherous iiutlve compan
ion had fled, is a chapter Jn travel ad-
venturo which rarely has been equalled. I
Jle tells of his rive separate overland .
uu i river oxpciutious into mo wondcrtul
heart of South America.
, THE BOOK OF BEGGARS. Pictured
by W, Dacres-Adams. SI. 26. J. B. I.lp
Beggars all beggars 'in broadcloth, bcK
gars In shoddy and beggars in rags. Mr.
Dacres-Adams has taken every typo of
man or woman, who, for ono reason or
another, calls for tho charity of his fel
lows tho blBhop and the crossing sweepor,
the lord mayor and and the glpny, tho sufi
fragette and tho street singer, the col
lector of Queen Alexandria's pence and
the. cab runner, they and many others,
too, who nro recognized and barked at
by knowing dogs.
WBBSTBIl'S NEW INTERNATIONA
DICTIONARY. 2.700 Pp. S12. C. & G.
The latest edition of this standard work,
complete in every particular with answers
to all kind.? of questions in language, his
tory, biography, fiction, foreign words,
trades, arts and sciences. The new di
vided page is decidedly a stroko of gen
ius and 'la contained In no other diction
ary. Omaha Institution
Largest Company to
Incorporate in 1912
The Bonkers' Mortgage Loan company,
an Omaha institution, was tho largest
firm to Incorporate in Nebraska during
the year 1912. tho total capitalisation of
this company being S2.000,00X The organi
zation was perfected early In 1912, nnd
thit growth of the institution has been
wonderful. First, it sold stock only In
Nebraska, nnd then It branchedout into
Iowa, and, within tho last month. It lias
been granted permission to enter the
state of Kansas and sell stock to .the
business men, bankers nnd other inves
tors of that state. The State Banking
department of Kansas granted tho big
pinaha toncern permission to do busi
ness in the state of Kansas.
The subscribers to stock in the Bank
ers' Mortgage Loan company number
more than 1,600 bankers In Nebraska and
Iowa. , Since ho company entered Kan
sas It has ' been soiling shares to many
bankers overs' day, and It Is predicted
that, at 'the present rate of growth, this
company will soon beconio tho largest one
of Its kind rh the'equntry. It Is a pure
Omaha lnst)tUton with its leading offi
cers living arid being Identified with the
business and social interests of tha state.
It has received tho support of the lead-
Jng bankers of tho state, and Is regarded
as'one or the soundest of Nebraska In
stitution. Much of the success. ot the
company ' is .credited to Thomas H. "Mc
Phrson, . who;'U, its president., and' who
has long-been closely Identified with the
banking and financial interests' of the
. . 4 - I. v . 1 .1.1 , . I
tlons of wTilch the state Is proud. It
already has done mutfh good for the
state of Nebraska, and, wilt do much
more in tho future.
MANY WATER METERS
INSTALLED BY BOARD
To date &000 water meters havo been
Installed by. the Water board and D.OOO
unntetered services remain. The boari) U
installing those meters at a cost of $11. X
to consumers. I
""' - v - -
uiseoNTi.Mju sfhi:u mi;u.vi,lio.s
llraiulrlx Ntorfu Will t lone JHedaN
Ilun 1'nrlralt Ui'irtuirnt
After Saturday ovonlng, JanuaryH. our
Medallion I'ortralt Counter will be did-,
continued nnd no more phpiographs will
be Accepted for leiiroductlon after that
date. UHANDKlti STOJ(Ki3.
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i i ir
who are full of ginger
are hard to keep in shoes
unless you buy our boys'
They are made of bet
ter material by better
shoe makers. We guar
antee them to outwear
two pairs of ordinary
Boys', 1 to 5. .. .$2.50
Little Gents, 10
to 13Vf $2.00
1419 Farnam St.
1 1 ii inn
this Will interest yoi
Q AS LAMP
100 Candl Fewer.
cot I -8 at per
Pbona Dtui, 1160. 31 8. 1ft It.
The Bee's Phones:
For All Departments
South Omaha Office, 3B81S N
Street. Fhoacf South 87.
Council Bluffs Office, IS goott
Street. Phono 48.
Matlass, 3130; Tonight, 8:15.
THE ABOBH OPSBa. OOKFAKT
Xn ths Spectacular
Chimes of Normandy
SUNDAY 4 DATS WAT. WED,
COHAN 6 KARRIS,
BOYD'S 1,000 Seats, 25c
Matlnet, 3:30 Tonight,
THE VAUQHAH OXABEX PLAXEK3
Ksat Wssk TKK QSEAT DIVrPE
tQnilCrilA Bally Mat., 15.35-GOo
35"yt''aF Ergs., 15-85-50-700
That Oorn.rsd Dutch Comio.v-
GUS FAY S GAYETY GIRLS
E3CTRAVAOAKZA AKD VAUDEVXIiIiE
Clara Douglus Ruckett Billy Armstrong.
Lee Hickman and nig Cast. Chorus of
llegular Qayety Girls.
Xiadiss' suae Matlnss Every Wssk Day,
Worth Climbing ths Kill."
DOUatAB ST. AT EIOBTEEKTK
Xytons Vaudsvllls Includes Zelaya, The
lioyai i-ianiai; cAtn, nson & Neal:
ley! Mpposcope Pictures.
rrom a to 5 at 7 and 9 p. M., Dally.
Kat, Evsry Day, 3:151 ETsry Klght, 8U3.
Thli WHk-NAT. M. WIL.L8, Uronard Giu.
tier's Auimsled Toribop, E. FreJrlr Ilawlcj b
Co., Mlvlll & Hllllm. Frmnklrn Ariel! & Co.,
ilrr r.lliabtth Altkea Whitman Trio. Pith
Wwkljr Rtilaw. l'rlc. Mat., Odlerr, 10c, best
U :5c. except Stturdir, Sundijr sad Holiday,,
M(ht. 10c. tic. Mo. 7.
Matinee Today, 3130; Klght, 8:30
BXiAKCK BAIXD and Ker
STARS OF STAQEIiAKD
Fritlnx Night Tho Country Store
Z,ADISS DAILY DIME MATZKBE
inrinliu 11,120 tons
The Largest and Finest Steamer to
Round Trip, W & up. 1st cltu ntluilttlr.
Or&UYa ,'riT4;.,fh.nirBnln.Feb. 4
Ttclitli tntrchmit1 with Quabao S.S.Qu
Programme (Hoyal Mail lb Folder)
:ontalnl)K Maps and details uf 38
different tours to
PANAMA, JAMAICA, CUBA
may be had on application
The Iloval Mall Steam racket Co.
SANDKltSON & SON Gen. Agts.. 15
Ho. Laaalle Bt., Chicago, or any
local steamship ticket agent.
tl dtrs. Onl AtxIIUrnceaa rrl tM inter
iacludlns ihar ticunloai, hotth, tr '
W K WH-K. rtnta g, , om.Da
HIA.NK. C CU1UC Tlut Dlfi.. Nmw Vark.
IT PAY TO TRADE
IT'S TIME -
SEMI-ANNUAL CLEAN W
Come Here Tomorrow for Bona
Fide Suit and Overcoat Bargains ,
Wo aro offcrinc you tlio choice of our entire stock of high Rrftdo
Suits and Overcoats (excepting blues and. blacks) at n uniform dl
count of i
of our regular well known LOW PRICES
Suits and Overcoats
Formerly Selling at
$10,00, $12,00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00, $25.00, $30.00
Now Now Now Now Now Now Now
$7.50, $9.00, $11.25, $13.50, $15.00, $11.75, $22.50
rHnndrsfls of pairs of man's and young man's psnts, consorro- ( O C
tivs and peg top styles; a.BO sna 33 valoe, at I sOO J
Furnishing Reductions are Great
Sweater Coata With largo collars, $1.50 kinds 98d
Flannel Shirt All colors, $1.50 kinds, now 98(5
Union Suit Heayy, fleece lined, 1.50 kinds, lfyw. 98d
Wool Union Suits; $2.25 kind, now SI. 50
Cotton Gloves With knit wrist, 10c kind, now 5
Here's a Qoggy fast
to bo la
Why Electric Light Bills
Are Higher in
December than in June
- iTaT3TTT . ?78
WWl p 901 JJJjpjJJJJJBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBSBSJ
People Use Electric Light Nearly
Seven Times as Long in
December As They Do in June
This chart divides the 24 hours of a day
into three periods the period of sleep, the
period of using Electric Light and the period
In June, a day has an average of iVo hours
of darkness. Deducting-8 hoijrs for sleep,
the remainder (75V of an hour) represents the
daily average of Electric Light.
In December, a da ha6an average- of
hours of darkness. Deducting 8 hours
for sleep, the remainder (6 $5- hours) repre
sents the daily average use of Electric Light.
The average use of Electric Light is only
Too- of an hour daily in June. But in Decem
ber it is used an average of 6 -Jf hours daily
nearly seven times as long.
Omaha Electric Light
& Power Co.
J If you want
During the next twelve months you will have to read
The Semi-Monthly Magazine Section
Wltln your Sunday Bee
AT THE "GUARANTEE"
like the illustration, from
materials, and specially
Cornea in. Tan Calf or Doll Black
button, or lace. Snappy dreesra
will gtrt a lot of satisfaction .aid
good wear oat. of tills speolftl
.k.u ,t2 ,ts ,1 .13 .16 jrTT8i7KQS3S
n 1 rmi 11 111 1 1
to read a
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