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The Lafayette Stock Company
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This famous slorv is liwiiitifullv loltl and will lx
produced with tlicsiintc can and attention to detail
which has marked his companys productions
and which lias made it an enviable reputation
R8TojT f better our IiiititisIii number ir imtrimi
a Hi- linieMtnMhliea lirniirh liu oilier nlirrr m ili iiny
le tiecurnl nt the rCfjulnr lirlces
W J ODonncll 32d and M Sts
W B Taliaferro Connecticut Ave and S St
F M Criswell Tth and T Streets
F J MacDonald 11 and 12th Sts N E
J C Haley 901 East Capitol St S E
The Library Pharmacy Fa Ave and 2d St S E
Chas E Gross 14 th St and Park Ave
T A T Judd 7th and F Sts S W
F P Weller 755 7th St S E
9 rTT tnll tii YTiitcIi for our nnnotiiiimitt for llnrh Hfli It
Ul lie our Krcntrst iiiitUrlnkliitr of Ilic nrntou
BRIEFLY TOLD
London wants Maude Adam
duard de Keszke has the grip
Sadie Martinet Is writlnff a hook
Beerbohm Tree will revive Trilby
Cissle Ixiftus will return to vaudeville
next week
The liar helots Honeymoon closed its
tour last week
Maude White has resigned from Stuart
Iiobsons company
Slay Yohe Iady Trancis Hope will re
turn to Knglnnd on March 2a
Louise AVlllls Hepner and Gtorge Y
Leslie were married last week
Jean Je Iteszke has the srip ard has
gone to Lakewood to recuperate
Jane Peyton has succeeded Grace Til
kins In the Otis Skinner lompanj
Charles Wnn known as lhe Sweet
Singer is dyln of consumption
Paula Edwards Is soon to make her de
but as a monologlst In vaudeville
Oscar Norfleet has been engaged as
leading man v lth Lillian Unrkhart
Mary Hampton has been engaged for
the leading role in Human Spiders
Fannie nice will become a star again
next season In a new musical comedy
Jessie JJnrtlett Davis has received a
tempting offer to return to the operatic
stage
On April 8 Charles Dickson Will pro
duce a new sketch entitled The Lady
and the Bath
The Corner Grocery Is now in course
If reconstruction by Daniel Sully for
Dot Karroll s use
AVeber Field3 stock company will be
one of the attractions at the Buffalo Ex
position next summer
Eric Hope will play himself otherwise
a oung earl In Jacob Lltts production
of The Price of Peace
Father Jvnlckerbocker a new comic
opera by Louis Dittmar will be produced
at Midland Beach In July
Minnie Tittell Brune will be n member
of the Frohman company presenting the
farce Are You a Mason
A Jewish version of Trilby will be
given at the Peoples Theatre New York
on the evening of March 21
Sardous Theodora Is being played In
popular price theatres under the title of
Theodoras Race for Life
Walter Perkins now appearing in The
Man From Mexico will produce Je
rome A Poor Man next month
Portia Knight an American actress ap
pearing in London h23 sued the Duke of
Manchester for breach of promise
Carl Carlsen a new musical piece
will be launched next month by Wiliia n
Park manager of The Runaway Girl
The dramatic rights for the Kngllsh
production of In the Palace of the
King have been secured by Paul Arthur
Sybil Sanderson the famous prima
donna attempted suicide recently but
prompt medical assistance saved her life
Victory Bateman has succeeded Ada
Gray In Kast Lynne and will continue
with the compajiy for the rest of the sea
son
George H Uroadhursts fnrce The
House That Jack Built is to be made
over Into a musical comedy for next sea
son
Clay M Greene has turned out 1 re
ligious play called Nazareth which will
be produced at a California Jesuit col
lege
John Slaln comedian will be a member
of the cast now being engaged for Hll
lard Spencers new opera Miss JIoli
White
alabcl Fcnton w 111 retire from the stock
company at the New York Theatre at the
conclusion of the run of The Giddy
Throng
The Woman With the Axe Is the title
of a new burlesque with Mrs Nation as
the central figure Earlc Remington Is
responsible
It is possible that Mascagnl the famous
Italian composer may come to this coun
try next year under the direction of Klaw
A Erlanger
The new farce which Charles Frohman
is soon to produce will be called Are You
1 Mason and not Lodge Brothers Its
original title
Next year Blanche Walsh will lie seen
In a erslon of Joui of the
Sword Hand made from the novel of
S R Crockett
Mamie Gllroy is out of the c iht of The
Giddy Throng at the New York Thea
tre owing to Illness Pearl Stillson has
replaced her temporarily
Mrs Carters first season on the Pacific
Coast In jza is a tremendous success
The receipts for one week In San Fran
cisco amounted to J13W
Mrs 11 C De Mllle and Harriet Frril
authors of The Greatest Thing In me
M orid are at work on a Rembrandt
lay for Richard Mansfleld
Georte C Boniface and Ysobel Has-
Kins have been replaced in the cast of
Jlyde Fitchs Th Climbers by Alfred
Jlther and Bijou Fernandez
Anion next seasons stars will bo
Amelia Siiinrn rUIe who will apptnr In
u play called What Shall We Do With
Her It remains to be seen
Herbert Kelcey and Hliie Shannon pre
sented their Manon Lescaut play for
the first time last week In St Louis and
the reports announce a success
Kay no Moore who Is now filling dates
in the London music halls will have a
prominent part In The Road to Ruin
vthlch will be sent out next season
May Robron has len engaged for The
Messenger Boy the tnui lcal comedy to
1 presented next fall at Dalys and In
which James T Powers will be featured
J H Stoddard will begin a htarrlng
lour on Septemlier 3 at the Theatre Re
public New York In Ian MacLarens
Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush The
ttory was originally converted Into dra
matic form by James MacArthur but Au-
Bon
Ami
There is no way to make
windows and mirrors look so
clear as the will after having
been cleaned with Bon Ami
jNto muss dust or scratching
fm
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31r Jlomer Ilml nt line llienfrc
Til In WeeU
Josephine Newman will replace Vir
ginia liirie in The Girl From Ip
There Miss Newman is a recent dis
covery who tame into notice through
her clever work in The BurgomaUr
W A Bradys big revival of Lncle
Tom Cabin is tcbiing the seating ca
pacity or the Academy of Music New
lork Last Wednesdays receipts for tha
two ierformances aggregated over JJW
May Edouln now singing the role of
Lady Hollyrood lu Florodoni will enter
vaudeville at the conclusion of her en
gagement at the Casino 011 March 30 Sh
will appear In a sketch entitled Venus
and Adonis
In the Alice Nielsen production of The
Kortune Teller in London the scenery
costumes and pnipertles used will be of
ingllsli make Victor Herliert the com
loser of the opera will conduct the Ilrst
Iaindon production
Ella Snjiler James E Sullivan Claud
Ine Slian and Until- Sevmour who
were incmbeqi of The Caelno Girl com
pany during its successful season at the
Shaftesbury Theatre Loudon have re
turned to America
Diplomacy will lie rev I veil bj Charles
Krohmans Empire Theatre Company with
William Faversham ns Henri Beauclerc
The play will le given a single perform
ance in each of the cities IMUil bj the
company In their spring tour
The prospects for grand opera in Eng
lish next year are even now beginning
to be bright Henry W Savage is busy
making arrangements for a season which
will be conducted on the same elaborate
scaie as maveu mat 01 me tiast winter
The Shades of the ight one of the
conspicuous features of the Actors Fund
lienei given a fevr weeks ago In New
York will lie used aj a curtain raiser to
The laish of the hip Etslt DeWoire
will hae the leading role
William Furst composer of The Isle
of Champagne ami musical dlrecor of
the Kmplie Theatre orchestra has signi
fied his Intention of writing a numlii r of
one act operettas witli the view of having
them sung by prominent prima donnas
now in vnurtcUlle
J ililamson the well known Aus
tralian mtiinger his urrived in America
and has secured the rights for his roun
tr to When Knighthood Was In
Flower It U said that J iuus K Ilnek
ett may go out to Arstrtlla under Wil
llamhoni direction
The Only Levy is the title or the play
In which David Wnrflcid will branch
forth as a star next season under the
management of David B lascii Mnrle
Bates now plalng Aunt Rosa with Mrs
Carters production of Zaza will lie an
important member of the company
Forlxs Robertson ami his wife Gerlrwle
Elliott will go to the Comedy Theatre
London to pla during April and May
The house will then be closed for reiiairn
and oddly enough the first stars to oc
cupy It lu the fall will he Nat Goodwin
and Maxlne Elliott
Among those engaged for Wlllard
Spencers new opera Miss Bob White
arc Raymond Hitchcock John t Slavtn
William Ii PMIp Thomas WlilnYn
Nicholas Burnhain George Honey Rh
ard Renshaw Neill Jennie How ley Ethel
Jackson and Alice Campbell
A new romantic drama cnlltird King
Washington will be given Its first pro
duction at Merlden Conn Easter Mon
day night The story Is woven around
the facLrof General Washingtons refusal
to be proclaimed King of America The
play Is dramatized from a novel of the
same name
Jennie Eustace of Henry Millers
company has been made the guest of
Bostons city council during the engage
ment ot Richard Savage In the Hub
THE TIMES rASIIINGT0isLsUNDAY MARCH 17 1901
VTordM by AVIL1ARD HOICOni nnil IlnllnilN and Incldenlul Music by JULIAN EDWARDS
ELSEETA
The ManeJous Toe Dancer
SEEKER WILKES SEEKER
Singers Danccff and CoinHmn
THE RAZARFS
romancers in flic Spirit ot Life
ew iiIonnl Annie Russell
Charles Frohman will present Miss An
nie Ricsell In A Royal Family at the
National Theatre for one week begin
ning Monday evening March 23 This
play tells the prettiest and most delight
ful love story oor told upon the suge
and in it Miss Russell har made a really
phenomenal triumph She lias Just closed
a run of nearly So performances at the
Lyceum Theatre New York every one of
which was given to a standing room
audience In her closing weeks there the
actress wns obliged to give extra mati
nees to accommodate the enormous de
mand for the piny Never before in the
history of the fashionable Lyceum Thea
tre luis there been such a positive anj
brilliant success artistically and linau
ciallj
The foltimlili lfie lliruroimthter
The Columbia Theatres offering next
Wfik will be The Burgomastf r the new
musical comedy by Frank L Plxley and
Gustav Luders librettist and composer
respectively Tlio Burgomaster conies
almost direct from triumphs in New York
Chicago Philadelphia and Boston and
most of the larger Western cities and
with a cast which Includes such capable
end well known people as Richard F Car
roll Knox WUkou Thomas Rlcketts Wil
liam Riley Hatch Misses Ada Deaves
Ruth nite Lillian Coleman and Mar
guerite Clark
The ensemble vtllizes the services of
sixty js ople and it is lIjith i that mus
ically it is one of the best light Optra
choruses organized in recent years It
mast not l Inferred however that the
female contingent Is lacking In lieiiutv
for In this respect the management lays
particular stress upon its claims for
jieriorlty Mr laiders score Is bald to
be tlu most tuneful of musical omcdc3
rtontly produced and includes twenty
lie numbers
iMC Ilelln Iv 11 til nuile Ille
Dilla Iojr once more as nierr ns lu the
Ie Wolf- Hopper 1im of uncioiil
will I the thief attraction nt Chtsea
nutt week Her im ra aKnt clalms tlmt
Miss Fox will irth TtV worth of
reJl diainnmlH which her hUfOmml uae
her lifter their marriage which oteuneil
lait fall while she wits ftlngin ut Mr
ChiKvs lialtlmore theatre
Miss Foxs popularity appears not to
have waneil anil In vimlellle he ranK
an a ilouule herulllner that in to nay
Iior salary Ik uhoe the 5uo mark pr
week Those who i aw anil heard Mis
Foic at Chases ronrrt Murch 1 will
vouch for the truth of the asiuTtiiin that
rh looks ami sings as well as sin illd
In The Little Mo rt
Tlie Aemlenij Tlie llotterj After
llnrl
Tiny McGovern th Krentent little
fiKliter tho wcrid has ever seen who by
defiithifr Georpe Dixon and Frank Hrne
resitectlvely now holds the titles of lioth
feather and lightweight champlonelilpn
will aiiptar at every performance of Tlie
Itowerj After Dark the sensational
melodrama ut tin Acudcmy next week
Mr McGovrm pliK the part of the
IJowcry boy In this production and
ISABELLE URQUHART AND CO
a
In the Mnrltnl Farce Comedy
Even Stephen
With daintj girls
Sweet as perfumes
In graceful twirls
And rich costumes
5JJ
RUSSELL
In It Marshalls Comedy ot nominee
FASV3BLY
V presented 13 MI Itiifefll for nearly six
months this season at tho Lyceum
Theatre New York
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1 MR CHASE PRESENTS NEW STARS THIS WEEK 1 fifll IIMRIA Week Beg nmng o
1 yu LU BiiP M Theatre Mnnitov Marnh 1 y
MiWrS I Matinees Thursday and Saturday
i M k v n B vsississssim F 1 1 yiiLLnVLllLU EJilLrlU I
S3 3 s cwpc 9 xriK A SiHLDWMltsl3 aX I s5 i leo ditrichstuin s dramatization or robfrt gilvnts famois
JL eJ b1 tk I imm 0 VKIi 0 J8 E Sg ofl SOCIAL SATIRIC
IkSbh myjWmMssmMmM sUg H the iwost talked of play of the day
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Entire Loser Floor e g dWmST fc ggls o I
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c tiuduuii riCD ffliiMtsg5 i
gustus Tlioinas lias made it tier for i ext
season Reulien Inx and John J Jen
nings have been engaged to support the
star
Flo Jansen wlM become a Mar net
ynr under the management of Al H
Woods in a play rrom the pen of Theo
dore Kremer entitled Nunie the News
girl
Violn Allen will nppear In Marlon
Crawfords n the Palace of the Klug
all or next ear She sails fur Europe
on May 1 In search of a play for season
after next
The Beauty and the Beast the recent
successful Dmry Iane pantomime mav
h shown in America by A H Ciiam
lierlyn manager of the Columbia Tlia
tre Boston
W A McCnnnel has signed as lmsi
ness manager for Julis Marlowe nni rin
sooi so to Lnglnud to complete arrange
ments for the appearance of Mis Mar
lowe on the other side
Charles Dalton remembered chielly as
the star who succeeded Wilson Barrett In
this country in The Sign of the Cross
will next year play the leading role In
A Dash for a Throne
Lulu Claser may go under Frank Per
ky s management Periey has secured
the rights to Massanetos Cinderella
and It is rumored that he has un eve on
-Is Glas r for the star part
Charles Frohmnn will produce The
Lash of the Whip in London with Sey
mour Hicks and Ellaline T rrlss in tho
roles now being played In this country by
Irltz Wiliams and ICathcrlne Florence
I THE MOST REGENT AND BRILLIANT SUCCESS THIS SEASON E
i
W M i Zj cjirj 7l2 ttXi m
ci ft a mi k u m vr n iim
id saa bSSwbu j
Late of the Metropolitan Eng
lish Grand Opera Company
and of the Carl Rosa English
Opera Company
AND HiS SUPERB COMPANY OF FOUR OPERATiC SINGERS IN
gam W9r Sat3nav Tveti raT m sa ma
r cf m u w - n hr rata n -a n r anil 1 21 rr
tHBW 10 H 4 IL 3HEI iglri a
JANET MELVILLE
and EVIE STETSON
Monologists and Faroilistj
THE FIVE OLRACS
Greatest Acrobatic Comedian
AND TWELVE FRESH BIOGRAPH MOTION PICTURES OF EVENTS OF WORLD WIDE INTEREST
Daily Mat 215 p m 25c Evenings at 815 25 and 50c All Scats Reserved Phone 98
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ELLA FOX
SS DELLA FOX
NEXT
WEEK
ELLA FOX
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The courtesy Is extended to Miss Eustace
lu recognition of hospitalities shown the
members of the council by tho actress
brothers when the former visited Elmlra
Miss Eubtaces home
Fritz illiams goes to Weber
Fields stock companv next fall to re
main a yenr He will then return to
Charles Frohman to whom he is under
contract Williams was loaned to Weber
Fields last December to supply the
place of Charles J ltoss who left sud
denly and his emphatic hit and his pop
ularity with the company resnlted lu tne
contract for next season
The early part of April will see a new
star undir the direction of George C
Tyler Llebler Cos general mamger
He Is called La Pressa and Is tilled na a
Cuban and South American transforma
tion artist whose work Is on the samo
lines Is that of Fregoll but is raid to be
even more marvelous In addition to his
quick changes he does a musical specal
ty sings soprano and baas solos and Is
a skilled magician
An op ra company under the direction of
Henry Halien the tenor will make a tour
of China Japan and the South Sea Isl
ands En route they will play Honolulu
Manila Yokohama Tokjo Singapore
Australia and New Zealand Carl Fromes
will be the stage director and the corn
pan will number thirty people including
Josephine Stanton prima donna Clara
Wisdom contralto George Lyding tenor
and Arthur Bell basso
A New York publication editorially com
bats a clerical contention made berore
the Actors Church Alliance that man
agers produce impure plnya simply lie
cause the public demands them It points
out that wholesome moral plays like
Way Down East The Old Home
stead Shore Aerc and Clyde Fitchs
new Lovers Lane are packing the
theatres in which they are given while
the farce of frivolity and drama of de-
generacy are bwittly declining
The injuries which Edouard Strauss re
ceived In a railroad accident during the
latter part 01 his American tour have re
sulted so seriously that he has been com
pelled to permanently relinquish his po
sition as musical director at the Austrian
court His son Johann Strauss 3d suc
ceeds him Strauss has been the con
ductor of the famous orchestra for thirty-nine
years and although the los wilt
prove in artistic one he will not sutler
pecuniarily for he is entitled to a pension
ciual to Ills salary
NEXT WEEKS ATTRACTIONS
B B a Ha at I BEBss
Tomorrow Ienlng mid Kiery Evening- This Mccl nt Tis p
Mnitnei Saturday at S
MR RICHARD
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IV SHAKESPEARES
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MalRMAJwrgJV IIWVM
F3 -SEATS THURSDAY
Charles Frohnun present
Afternoon at 215 lTRUiM5Q Good Reserved
JMjfllmll 0
Eienlngat 815 yaA Eraiig
EVENING Entire Lower Floor Reserved 25c and 50c
AFTERNOON Entire Lower Floor Reserved 25c
Seats on Sale at Box Office 10 A WI to 10 P M
Commencing Tomorrow Matinee
RETURN THE ACME OF DAINTINESS RETURN
WEBERS
URLESQUERS
es with his sparrliiR partner In the scene
vhleh ralistlcuil portrays tlio interior
of the DiiMduny Athletle tuti of Kciv
Vnrk
lliiul Ciinerrt
Sousa Is sikiiIii toinlnir to tlie Xatlonal
Theatre for tho last time this eisoii on
Friday afternoon March - At that lime
the hand will be two thiids throuei the
traiis eoiitluental lour which was inau
KUrated in this city early In January
This is the iiftli musical pIlBrimago of
the kind made by the famous asKregation
of musicians under John lhllip Sousas
direction ami its resultH hiuc esceeiletl
all previous records ot the Sousa concerts
In tho West
Despite the enormous counter attrac
tion of Sarah Ilnnhaidt In San Fran
cisco tho band ulatd n series of con
certs in that city to tlie capacity of the
Ailiamhra Auditorium uml had to retuni
to San rranvlco for ten more concerts
Dainty jesters
Without horseplay
Not slap siicksters
Who had their day
ihe Iluinit 1arNiaii 1letnre
QUEEN OIP BOHEVIIA
With he Daintiest of All Iliirlesiiue rs
PfcllSS LETTA SVIEREDSTH
BROWN HARRISON BROWN
Fields and Fields Fonner and Olwell Joe and Nell Doner
Russell and Tillyne Harvey Sisters Annette Peyser
The treilt tuii A nicrlrnu Iiiiporliitioii
- THE PAJAMA NAC WAC DANCERS
NEXT WEEK Joe Oppenheimers MISS NEW YORK JR
Some of the Causes for
Saloons
And What to Do About Them
IVill be Comaltrrtd by
31IIS S l NOItTON
At Tjpnjrniphical Ttnijile
MCI1T MARtH 17 S P M
Adnttasinn IVec and Xo follrctions
Concert Tendered
Jill5 M it WALWXJiKK
At Jiasonic -Temple
Ciirner Dtli and I SU XW
ml JIOMUY MMilll li iwii S I f
A Simple Home
Trratrccnt or pilu In the back scalln puff-
uiru nj an rmplorcj ol uaae oihu u
Warccra Sale Cure
The Baltimore Sun Say
The piny Is as keen and clever n social satire as tho novel In some
ways the more compact arrangement demanded by the dramatic form tho
necessary omission of incident detail give additional sharpness to the sa
tire
rRESESTKIJ nV A SITERLVTIVE CIST
E J MORGAN ELIZABETH TYREE
GEORGE FAWCETT ELEANOR BOBSON
GEORGE WOODARD ALICE FISCHER
Washingtons Popular Family Theater
WEEK SEARCH S3
THE SCENERY
Most Realistic
In Its Effect
NEXT
WEEK
15CLTO1NO
MALCOLM WILLIAMS
MORTON SHLTKN
MARGARET FFLLER
Every wife and husband should sec Vnleavened Bread N Y World
THE BURGOMftSTEftTl
The Most Remarkable Musical Comsdy Success Produced In
Recent Years Will Be the Attraction at the
I COLUMBIA THEATRE
FOR THE WEEK
COMMENCING
MONDAY
Great Cast Chorus of 60
Augmented Orchestra
Seat Sale Thursday fiilarch 21 Regular Prices
flvw jaCCTiani
ISU1 JlVllrMlWT
Best 25G 50G
D2lC AU Entire
UuUlU Balcony Lower Floor
Tues ORC
Mats SP-
All seats
The Mammoth Record breaking Attraction of Last Season
A Supreme Sensation In Success as Well as Subject
A COMPANY
OF
Pronounced Individual Merit
ENEMY
Specially Engaged for This Production
MISS DOROTHY ROSSMORE
Tons of Massive Scenery
The Great Caslno Monto Carlo
Stroets of London Transformation Tableau Wedding Bells
Terry McGovern Bowery After Dark
Beginning Monday Matinee March 18
IV1 ffi THESSES
New Acts New Features New Burlesque
1
GILBERT GOLDfiE
S Kine Gotthold 4 American Trumpeters
Hanson Drew Rflignon Gilbert
AND
BONITA
20 BashfuI Blushing Maidens 20
Next Attraction March 25 Bissells New
Fads and Follies Burlesque Company
Miss Feiidingr Roseile
Cvntralto
Jir Heinrich SVleyn
lUritone
Accompanist MIL llltl NO S II WINS
IX
Song Recital
KMJ3GII IUXQlET HAM-
tiilk1VY Ai niiNOov Mvncii i iwi at
113 OCLOCK
TllKKTS lt AND J150
For ale at Sander i StlTman a JtteiC St ire
1J7 f St XW
1 00 FGrand Fair
To be ajen by Canton Washington Xo 1 aaJ
Union Lodgp Xo 11
ODD FELLOWS HALL SEVEXTII ST
1rom March 18 to SO
Grand Opening next Monday night
Addrrsi by Hon Mtin II Hay
Ailmijjion 10c Dancing at 1013 rnlS 7
BESEZ23S
COLUSBiA
PICTLTtE KCCITALS AT l li
DR A G ROGERS
March lJ TXOCH AnDEX
liarch 22 SCOW AXD BURKS
SEATS Oc KOW OX SALK
ROLLING FORK
1893 MALT
3 gal 75c qt
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tingly Bcirrrtlsed nor
were its pretended
cures ever counted
but It is aped grand
ly ttbrrou4 and con
ccientiouslj selected
from tbe best xnaltf
far sickncsi by tru
connoisseurs
CHRIS XANDERS
Quality Houie S09 7th it Phone lttt
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