Order a dozen or a box today. Serra tide health,
ful fruit at every meal.
All first-clase dealer« now have a plentiful supply.
Save Sunkist tissue wrappers for boautiful silverware.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT GROWERS EXCHANGE
139 N. Clark Chic «|0
Power company were Axel P. Ramstedt
aiid A. L. Freehafer.
Under the Capitol Dome
Articles of incorporation increasing
the stock of the Eastern Idaho Land
company from $10,000 to $25,000 and
the stock of the North Pacific Loan
& Trust company from $100,000 to
$200,000, wore filed with the secretary
of state today.
The two members of the public utili
vho wont to Idaho
Falls to conduct the hearing into the
affaira of the Asht
Max B. Garber, instructor-inspector
of the Second Infantry, Idaho national
guard, is back from Utah where he in -
spected the infantry in the national
guard of that state. Ho says the in
spection was a very satisfactory
The supreme court heard argument
today on the appeal from the judgment
of conviction in the case of the state
of Idaho versus Frank W. Andrus, ap-!
pealed from the Fifth judicial district
court for Bannock county. Andrus was
tried for Incest committed on his
daughter Eugia Andrus. The case at
traded a good deal of attention in the
southeast at the time the charge was
made. Jesse R. S. Budge and A. L. Mer
rill of Pocatello appeared for Andrus.
T. C. Coffin, former assistant attorney
general, now engaged in the practice of
low at Pocatello, hut retained by the
state, appeared in its behalf.
Notary public commission appoint -
ments were made by Governor Alex
ander today as follows: R. \\\ Albren
la, of Muilan; A. J. Higgins, of f hal
lis; H. K. Haworth, of Challis and A.
F. Downs of Mountain Home.
Emigrants and their ears of house
hold goods and stocks are arriving
from neighboring states daily in Idaho,
iMate Veterinarian Bodle states 'that
today and yesterday an emigrant car
«Arrived at Homedale from Oregon; two
cars arrived at Burley from Utah; one
came into the state from Nebraska,
stopping at Rupert; a second car ar
rived at Gooding from Oregon and two
ere received in Elmore county
The Mari P. Miller Milling company
TRADERS' DAY SALE
MERIDIAN LIVERY BARN
SATURDAY. MARCH 4. '16
Sale to Commence Promptly at 10 o'Clock.
HORSES, CATTLE. HOGS, IMPLEMENTS, MACHINERY.
Big bay t«am, 5 years old, weight 3400; big bay work horse, weight 1800;
big gray mare, weight 1500: bay Percheron atallicn, 4 years old, weight
1800 ; 7-year-old saddle horse; saddle pony, young; shetland pony, buggy,
saddle and bridle, etc.; 14 milch cows, 2 registered Jerseys, 9 giving milk,
5 to be fresh within 2 weeks (these cows give the highest testing milk sent
to the cheese factory); 3 milch cows, giving milk; registered Holstein bull,
registered Jersey bull, 3 2-year-old heifers, 6 yearling heifers, 3 suckling
calves, hogs, chickens and other good stock tc be added; 15 head work
horses, ranging from 1200 to 1500 each; 26 head work mules, ranging from
1050 to 1400 each; 10 sets work harness, 5 Fresno scrapers.—Max Mayfield,
A. E. Cerleon, R. W. Feris, receivers for the Feris Engineering dl Con
Wagon complete and hayroek, 1-horse hack, low wheel wagon, hay
wagon, 2-section harrow, alfalfa disc, 12-lnch plow, 2-ieetion dreg, 3 sets
double harneee, 2 sets tingle harness, 4 large oollart, Incubator, DeLavel
separator, 60-gallon gas tank, grindatona, email tools, tome seeks, numer
ous other farming implements and tools, household goods.
Meridian Merchants are offering Special Price Inducements in All Lines.
LEO MARSTERS, Sales Manager.
Big Free Lunch to All at 12 o'Clock will be Served by the Merchants.
TERM8 OF SALE—All sums of $25 and under, CASH, On sums over
$25 a credit of 9 months' time at 8 per cent interest, if paid when due; if
not paid when due, 12 per oent from date of tale. Five per cent off for
cash on sums over $25. Purchaser giving good bankable note with ap
proved security. No property to bo removed until terms of sale
plied with. E. C. PFAFFLE, Clerk.
COL. E. MARSTERS 4L 80N, Auctioneers.
EVERYBODY COME. Bring in anything you wish to sell—Horses,
CattU, Hog*, Machinery and Household Good*. P*n* and stalls provided
for taking cprs of your stock.
of Moscow entered a protest in letter
form with the public utilities commis
sion today against the railroads rais
ing the minimum of carloads of flour
from 31,000 ty 40,000 pounds. It Is
stated this works a great hardship up
on the small buyer and he is unable to
finance his large cars. The letter goes
on to say that the smaller dealer is
virtually put out of business by the
raise. Leonard Way, rate expert w ith
the commission, replied to the letter
seating that the complaint evidently
covered an interstate matter and any
order the Idaho commission would is
sue attempting to right it would be null
and void as the matter is one for the
interstate commerce commission to
At a meeting of the state land board
held this morning the board ordered a
cistern put in at Berger on the Twin
Fa 11s-Salmon river irrigation tract Just
aH soon os there is enough money in
Carey act fund to meet the ex
An echo of the old Marble Creek land
troubles was heard at the land board
meetin gtoday when Judge Stqckslager
appeared before that body regarding
lands to he relinquished there. /The
matter was referred to the attorney
There was not a little comment heard
at the statehouse today over the atti
tude assumed by S. O. Kerley, one of
the outside men on the maintenance
'horn, it was stated in
t issue of the Capital News,
ornor Alexander had occasion to
mm about the purchasing of pelts
turned :.i for bounties while an employe
of the state and while on the statehouse
grounds. Kerley Is the same employe
who had f.% ore around tHe statehouse
sent to - smelter and the publicity of
which fact resulted in the money paid
by the smelter being turned into the
general funds of the state. The ore,
by tho way, was the state's property,
having been collected for exhibition
purposes from all parta of the state. It
somewhat mysteriously disappeared,
Governor Alexander is chairman of
the capitol building board. The other
two members are Secretary of State
Barker and State Treasurer John W.
Kagleson. A citizen, who is interested
in tho purchase of pelts, complained to
the governor that Kerley was bidding
for peltî on the statehouse grounds
and stated he thought that was an un
fair advantage to take of others Inter
tinted but not In the atato's employ,
Evidently the governor wan of the
name opinion for he warned Kerley not
to bid for the pelt* on the grounds.
Now Kerley Is quoted as being Indig
nnnt over the warning given him by the
governor; says he Is receiving »73 n
month end Is the head of a family of
nine children but does not say that
most of them are married. He Is
quoted as resenting the warning that
the chairman of the hoard has given
him and Intimates that as a state em
ploye, he will bid on the state house
grounds In face of the protest and in
competition to others not employed by
the state, all of which may add an In
teresting chapter to Kertey's career.
The public utilities commission Is In
receipt of the following report govern
ing railroad conditions ns submitted
by W. A. Whitney, general superin
tendent of the Oregon Short Line rail
way to J. L. Priest, Idaho agent for
"Victor branch cloudy, calm; no new
snow and no drifting. Rotary 2011 left ;
Pocatello 7 a. m. Should reach Ashton
2 p. m., and will clear Victor branch as
far us Drummond which will allow
trains 149 and 150 to run today. Con
siderable snow reported blowing into
cuts on Mackay branch by train 48,
last night, and we are double-heading
No. 47 this morning with engine 1520,
wedge plow ahead. Do not anticipate
any trouble getting through. Temper
ature Victor branch 20 to 25 above;
Mackay branch 15 to 25 above. Ro
tary 2010 now reported out Pocatello
ships ready for movement to Idaho
Northern about noon today."
This would bring the rotary to the
Idaho Northern last night. Mr. Priest
announces the plow will toil without
ceasing until the road is cleared.
MRS. KERL IS GIVEN A
(Continued from First Page.)
lone took up fully seven days.
There were three issues involved in
he case: First, the divorce; second,
^position of their child and third, di
ision of the property. In his testi
mony Kerl is said to have admitted his
estate is worth $550,000, but Mrs. Kerl
alleged it to be worth more than twice
that amount, or more than $1,000,000.
The greater part of the estate is in the
form of farm lands. Several of the
farms are in Nebraska and have a total
area of 5000 acres. He also has a
number of farm F in Idaho equal to that
amount. In .all his farms include 10,
There were 146 exhibits submitted
during the trial. Two court reporters
worked, taking the evidence, shifting
every half hour to dictate the evidence
into a dictaphone, after which it was
transcribed on the typewriter. In till*,
way a complete transcript of the evi
dence and records in the case was
made and kept up-to-date as the trial
proceeded. This transcript covers over
3000 pages of typewritten matter.
The trial opened the week of Oct.
13 at Coeur d'Alene. Kerl's action
called for a divorce decree and the cus
tody of the 4-year-old son, their only
child. Demands made in Mns. Kerl's
cross-complaint include requests that
she instead be given the decree ami
the child, and that besides she be
given half of all the Kerl property,
community or separately owned. Pend
ing the court's decision the boy lived
with his mother.
Lack of Affection Alleged.
The grounds on which Mr. Kerl
sought divorce are covered by the gen
eral charge of cruelty and include an
allegation that he was not treated with
due affection. He says his wife caused
him annoyance and hindrance in busi
ness deals by haggling with him over
terms before she would sign convey
ances and mortgages. Mrs. Kerl denied
this charge and said that the only
times she ever delayed her signature to
instruments was when she did not un
derstand what they meant. Insanity
was charged by both sides.
Had No Privacy.
Cruelty in a variety of forms was
alleged In Mrs. Kerl's cross-complaint.
She said her husband struck her and
on one occasion knocked her out of
bod. He denied her privacy that she
desired, she said, and was coarse in his
language. He was fond of delivering
lectures, according to the cross-com
plaint that shocked Mrs. Kerl's sensi
Mrs. Brown Finally Restored to
Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's
Cleveland, Ohio. —"For years I suf
fered so sometimes it seemed as though
I could not stand
it any longer. It
was all in my lower
organs. At times I
could hardly walk,
for if I st pped on a
little stone I would
almost faint One
day 1 did faint and
my husband was
sent for and the doc
tor came. I was ta
ken to the hospital
and stayed four weeks but when I came
home I would faint just the same and
had the same pains.
A friend who is a nurse said for me to
try Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com
; pound. I began taking it that very day
for I waa suffering a great deal. It
has already done me more go d
than the hospital. To anyone who is
suffering ms I was my advice is to stop
in the first drug-store and get a bottl®
; of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
: pound before you go home. ''—Mrs. W.
j C. Brown, 1109 Auburn Avenue,Cleve
: land, Ohio.
1 Why not take Mrs. Brown's advice f
Writ« for free and helpful
1 advice to Lydia E. Pink ham
j Medicine Co.(confidential), Lynn,
NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH
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Cleanses the Little Liver
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and Bowels and They Get
When your child suffers from a cold
don't wait; give the little stomach,
liver and bowels a gentle, thorough
cleansing at once. When cross peev
ish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat or
act naturally; if breath Is bad, stom
ach sour, give a teaspoonful of "Call
fornia Syrup of Figs,'' and in a few
hours all the clogged-up, constipated
waste, sour bile and undigested food
will gently move out of the bowels,
and' you have
If your child coughs, snuffles and has
caught cold or is feverish or has a
sore throat give a good dose of ''Cali
fornia Syrup of Figs," to evacuate the
bowels, no difference what other treat
ment is given.
Sick children needn't be coaxed to
take this harmless "fruit laxative."
Millions of mothers keep it handy be
cause they know Its action on the
stomach, liver and bowels is prompt
and sure. They also know a little
given today saves a sick child tomor
Ask your druggist for a 50-rent bot
tle of "California Syrup of Figs," which
contains directions for babies, children
of all ages and for grown-ups plain
ly on the bottle. Beware of coun
terfeits sold here, (let the- genuine,
made by "California Fig Syrup Com
well, playful child
tive nature, and she did not approve
of his favorite literature.
The claims of the Kerls in regard to
the extent of their community prop
erty were directly contradictory. Kerl
said there was no community property,
since everything he owned
quired before they were married in
1909. «Mrs. Kerl's contention wa
her husband had earned $200,000 since
Order HIAWATHA COAL, phone 323.
Lump $7.50; stove $7; nut $6.50.
HELD AT WEISER
(Capital News Special Service.)
Weiser, Mlarch 3.—A revival meeting
that is awakening considerable interest
is in progress at the Methodist Epis
copal church. The pastor has the as
sistance of the Rev. G. W. Barnes of
Payette. A street meeting is an
nounced for Saturday afternoon, cor
ner of State and Idaho streets.
Joseph C. Thrallkill died Thursday
night at the family home, 1518 North
Twentieth street of a complication of
diseases which followed long years of
suffering from asthma. He was 76
years of age and was a veteran of the
civil war, having served as a private
in Company C, Twenty-third Iowa in
fantry. Since 1908 he had made his
home in Boise. He is survived by his
wife, three sons and one daughter.
The sons are W. I. Thrailkill of Wei
ser, J. C. Thrailkill of Chicago and L.
W. Thrailkill of Boise and the one
daughter is Mrs. S. B. Brisco of Wei- |
scr. The funeral will he held Saturday I
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Fry & I
Summers chapel. Rev. Willsie Martin !
will officiate and burial will be in I
Morris Hill cemetery. A special fu- j
neral car will be provided for friends. |
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
BOARD AND ROOM.
BEAUTIFULLY furnished rooms, ftrst
ilas« board in desirable home. Phono
146-W, 1302 No. 10th.
YOUNG MAN wishes position as
bookkeeper or office work. Capable
of tliking charge of office. Best of
references; 1352, Capital News. M5c ,
FOR SALE—1913 Buick—Model 25 5
passenger touring. Car has always
had the '»est of care and is in excel
P. O. Box '516 or
FOR SALE—1915 Overland Roadster—
Electric lighted and started;, ear has
gone but 5000 miles. It had good
care and is in first class condition.
Price $650. P. O. Box 1516 or phone
TWO ROOMS and kitchenette, furnish
ed. Sleeping room. Hot and cold
water and heat. Garage. Close in.
Call 2040-M or 2005. Mch9
FOB SALE—1915 Overland—Model S3.
S-passcngrr touring car; rletiric
lighted and started. This ear is in
excellent condition, having gone but
5000 miles. Price »550. P. O. Box
15i6 or phone 1174-W.
FOR SALE—1914 Buick—Model B25, 5
passenger touring ear. electric light,
ed and started. Car has Just been
overhauled In our own shop and Is
in good condition. Price $550. P. O.
Box .516 or phone 1174-W. Mch5
ONE of the finest cafes in Ihp city to
sell at less than Its value. Good
money maker. Can arrange it so
that most of pur< hose price can be
paid out of tho business.
20 ACRES of good land to exchange for
A GOOD hotel to sell cheap, all on
terms. Also another new hotel to
exchange for a ranch.
GOOD new 5-room modem bungalow,
reasonably dose in; line sleeping
porch, to sell for »1730, moat alt
terms. Schooler-Starling Agey., Ov- '
erland Bldg. M5 1
IN FEDERAL COURT
John H. Jones versus M. D. Col- |
grove Is the title of civil suit filed in
the United Stat
day for tile northern division
plaintiff asks Judgment from the de- :
fendant in the sum of »5563.48 on a
breach of contract. The complaint al- i
leges that Jones leased from Colgrove ;
district court yester
1*0 acres of land upon terms that it !
Hru !, p , ut in c ° nd!tio " !? T [
cultivation and for such work the |
plaintiff was to have all the timber cut I
from the land for his own use. He j
claims to have cut 810,210 feet of tim- |
ber which he sold to the McGoldrick j
Lumber company for $1456.15, recel v- i
in# all but $1065.48, which the defend- j
ant collected without right and also !
claims to have spent $3000 in clearing !
the land ready for crops when his lease j
was cancelled, for which he asks $1500. ;
Exclusive agents for Hiawatha Coal. !
Western S. Q. Co., 9 & Orove. Ph. 323. tf j
Archie McLean, Harry Haze It on and
Ralph Powers left yesterday for Butte
to work in the mines there.
The Columbian club invites its mem
bers and friends to a card party to bo
given at the club house Monday, March
6, at 2 p. ni. A charge of 25 cents will
be made and the amount realized will
be given to the Associated Charities.
O. R. Kaufman, who has been at
Council all winter visiting and looking
after business, has returned' to Boise
und resumed his position In the archi
tectural offices of Wayland & Fennell. !
Mrs. Bissoll and children arrived to- !
day from Sun Diego, Cal., td join Rev. |
Shelton Bissell, who came here a short i
time ago as pastor of the Congrega
tional church. Mr. Bissell and family J
have taken up their residence at 1221
North Fifteenth street.
The Boise Tea & Coffee Co. will ;
be open for business tomorrow in its j
new location. 816 Main St., with a com
plete lino of groceries at right prices. I
Our opening special: Fresh violets,
15c a large bunch. Phone 910. M3 !
HIAWATHA lump, $7.50; stove, »7;
nut, $6.50. Western S. G. Co. 9 & Grove.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
t Exchange Furut- j
tuie Store, 1009 Main.
FOR SALE—A young bronze turkey !
gobbler. Phone 1314-J.
FOR SALE—One tank of quicksilver
M. L. Phelps, 618 Overland.
LINOLEUM, 49c sq. yd. Exchange '
Furniture Store, 1009 Main.
FOR SALE or rent, second-hand piano. j
good condition. 1302 No. 10th.
WOULD BUY second hand poultry
wire. 121 So. 9th St. Phone 509.
SINGER Sewing Machine for $5. Ex
change Furniture Store, 1009 Main.
NICE three year
Phone 76 -Ri. H. Renk. !
COLUMBIA Dry Cell Batterie«. 35c at j
Boise Auto Supply Co., 1009 Main. !
FOR SALE—1912 Detroiter Ronds'ter -
*325. P. O. Rox 151G or phone 1174
Address 1353 Capital i
WANTED—To rent large room
! they make the hearts throb. 723 Main |
phone 1155. M3
— ■ .. ■ -— ■ ■ — -—
FOR SALE—Team of horses, ha
and wagon, $100. A. M. Beal, 1213
15c A BUNCH, VIOLETS. Violets,
N. 22d street.
TO TRADE—Equity in Boise residence
for cattle or hogs. Address P. O. !
Box 1394, Boise.
FOR SALE—1911 Cadillac—Four pas- ;
Bender, detachable tonneau; »130. P.
O. Box 1716 or phone 1174-W. Mch5 j
WANTED—To buy, two yellow or
«potted female canary birds. Not
over 3 years old. Phone S76-W. M3
WANTED—Painting, kalsomining, pa
pering. For first class work at rea
sonable prices call 1667-J.
DO YOU want to break your wife's
back? If not, buy some Linoleum at
the Exchange Furniture Store. Big
Sale. 1009 Main.
RANGES are the best value
in the city; special price during our
Store, 1009 Main.
$100 BUYS half interest in good, clean
restaurant if taken at once. Phone
204, before noon, or 1070-J, between
8:30 p. m. and 10 p. m.
WANTED—Four woman canvassers, to
work in Boise. No experience need
ed. Can build a business of your
own that will earn you $1000 a year.
Room 306 Sonna Bldg.
S O M5c
Your chance to get a 6-room bunga
low, close in on 21st St.; fireplace,
bookcases, sideboard, built-in kitchen,
full basement. Price, »2630, with
good term«. Huh City Realty Co., 219
Idaho Bldg. Phone 50.
Every bite is fresh. Salted Peanuts
(Saturday special) a pound for 10c.
Jumbo Gum Drops, special, a pound,
15c; sour Lemon Drops, a pound, 15c;
good wrapped Caramels, a pound,
15c; Jelly Gum Drops, u pound for
16c; Peanut Brittle, a pound, 15c:
Peanut squares, a pound, 15c; Co
coanut toasted Marshmallows, a half
pound for 10c: good Chocolate!
Creams, n, half pound for 10e; ehoc
olate covered Caramels, u half pound
' KaJbus Bros,
THE RACKET STORE,
Opp. Post Office
Milk Cream Choc
olate, cherry cen
ter, fresh made.
leather bags In a
half dozen differ
ent styles, »1.25
urday each U«lb
See the new Spring Hat Shapes.
We are showing a larger assortment
this spring than ever, and at the
showing of flowers . from
bunch and up.
Wire potato mashers, Satur
Small size Cake Turner, Satt- Q ^
urday, each. '
Retinned Wire Soap Dish for
bath tub, Saturday, each. *fO
8-qt. Tin Pail, Saturday,
Decorated Platters, measuring 14
and 16 inches. Saturday,
r popular prices. Large
Women's black or white fibre
silk Boot Hose, pair.
hose, guaranteed to give sat
isfaction; special value, 2 pr
Girls' line ribbed cotton hose,
Boys' heavy clbbed cotton Hose,
guaranteed to give satisfac- i C *
tion, pair. IwO
or white cotton
American Somi-Porcelain Dinner
ware, 42-piece set, white
with gilt line, set.
42-piece set. Semi-Porcelain Dinner
ware, in a new pink floral
36-Inch white rice voile fine
sheer cloth, yard.
40-Inch organdies, neat stripes and
pretty floral patterns,
36-inch Reach cloth in block,
white and ediors, yard.
27-Inch Dimities, in neat stripe and
42-piece set, radisson pattern, white
Polishing Mops and Oil
Regal triangle Oil Mop, spe
cial value at.
10-oz. bottle Cedar Polish
Large bottle O'Cedar Oil or
The Miller Won't Rust Corsets are
guarantee to give satis
a new corset free.
Suit Case Special
49c 69c 89c
$1.19 ..a $1.98
24-lnch matting Suit Caae,
Palm Olive Special
Imported Pongee Silks, 34 Inches
wide; two special values, at, yard
Your choice of Palm Olive Cold
Cream, Palm Oliv^ Vanishing Cream
or Palm Olivo Shampoo with
3 bars of Palm Olive Snap..
Women's All-Wool Serge Skirts,
also Panamas, Navy or Black. One
style made with fitted yoke, pleated
from hips; another style button and
braided trimmed with pockets.
Special /or Saturday
Women's Jap Silk Waists, embroi
dered or plain
Just received a large shipment of
Middles, neatly made. Sill; laces, (1
embroidered emblems on collar and »'
pockets, a number of styles O i 1 *1 *
to choose from at
We are showing a good assortment
in Women's Misses' and Children's
Coats; Women's and Misses' Sport
Special values in
83c, $1.19... $1.49
Men's and Boys' Shoes
Women's Patent Leather Shoes in
lace or button, mostly small sizes; |
values to $4.00; Saturday, Ol OQ
special, pair. y I auO
Boys' "Walton School" Shoes, solid
made throughout, in gun metal but
ton or kangaroo calf—
Size 8 to 11H,
Size 12 to 13 H,
Size 1 to 5H»
Women's one-strap kid pumps, spe
Women's 2-strap Kid Pumps, spe
Men's Gun Metal Dress Shoes In
lace or button, our regular
$2.50 shoes, Saturday, pair
Women's 2-strap, patent leather
Men's Tan Work Shoes, cap blucfher,
Women's 3-slrap, patent Prt
leather Pumps, pair . J4.iU U
LOCATED center 350,000 acre agricul
tural land, Blxteen mi. R. R., 50 mi.
N. W. Idaho Falls with two canals
under construction, drinking water
15 feet and good improvements. We
have two choice 320 acre relinquish
ments and cash for good hxy ranch.
S, F. Walker, Gen. del., Idaho Falls.
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You Want a
TODAY AND TOMORROW
Very well, we'll please you b r
selling you this 23 Jeweled Van
Guard-— Oh! you'd almost forgot
ten about the Van Guard? IT*
the highest grade Waltham rail
In an Original 8tory of New
Her Great Hour
19 Jewel Van Guard *04 BE
21 Jewel Crescent St. ^ j QQ
17 Jewel B. W. Ray- B4A AP
J. T. Lautfhlin
An Intensely Interesting Heart
Interest Story Teeming With
Thrilling Incidents and Startling
19 Jewel Crescent St.
Golden West Trio
The Classiest Singers Presented
802 MAIN 8T.
QUALITY AND SERVICE
Character Impersonator and
Quick Change Artist.
Children, 5c; Adults, 10c
Night, 10c and 20c.
NMAAAAHAAM i MA H AAwggg g
Official Time Inspector O. S. L.
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