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TEC DESALSS TUESDAY UOHIiUrG, KOTIZIECat 17, 1S3L'
'4 XI El EM 1332111 1 -Yf Ail- Agtnts far the Celebrated Stein Block Tailor !!atl3 CLOTHING, ' GARDINER ft BAXTER BREAKFAST BREVITIES f?e Berkey A Gay's ad. Bora To Mr. and Mrs. Q. W. dark. No. 44 Momsoo street, a 13 pound boy. Born To Mrs. Raymond Morton, of Twelfth avenue, Sunday, a IQJ pound boy. William H. Ar.dersoa has been elect ad managing director of th Fourth Natioual bank. The street car company began the work of laying guard wire over the trolly wires last uignt. Members of tb Osrashtanong Club bate petitioned Pre. dent Weston to call a special m eting. A handsome Barry granite monu ment is being placed in the Valley City cemetery for Mrs. W. B. Led yard. One dollar does double duty Thurs day. Berkey A Gay Furniture Co. Work on the Brown vault, to be put in the Valley Cay cemetery at a cost of f 12.W0. waa commenced yesterday. C. Barton, formerly of Barton A Wil liams, barbers, No. 50-S South Division street, has gone to Battle Creek: to re side. The ctwly formed land and Im- firovrment association will meet in the rcture room of Harunan's ball Turs day evening. Th annuel meeting of the board of trade will be held at the board rooms th:s afternoon, and ft new board of di rectors will be elected, ' A party will be g ven tonight in En gineor's ball on South Di fusion street by the Ladie' Auxiliary of the Order of Uailway Engineers. peninsular Chapter, Order Eastern Star, will give another of their delight ful pedro parties this evening in their hali in the McMullen block. The Bev. W. J. Russell, pastor of the Church of Christ has decided not to ac cept the call recently extended to him from Chicago and will remain ia this ;ty. The funeral of Eliza J. Kary will be held at the residence of her mother, 250McConoell street. NovemUr 18, at 9 a. m. Friends of the family are in vited. Fifteen hundred dollars have already teen pledged for the St. Mark's North End Miss on building to occupy the site recently donated by the Hon. C. C. Cornstock. Hart Backets, who formerly con ducted a livery business at the old rink building on North Division street, has returned from Detroit and repurchased his old plant. The class m music under the an picef. of the Y. M. C. A. will take its first lesson this evening at the Associa tion rooms, under the instruction of Profeisor O. C. tihepard. The Grand Rapids Scalper, Grader and Purifier company filed articles of incorporation with the county clerk yesterday. The capital stock is flOO, CCO, with $45,000 paid in. E. D. Fuller, who has been connected with many successful newspaper enter prises will launch a new weekly paper on the tnbulent tid, to be rievotrd to temperance and kindred moral ques tions. Canton Pierce lodge No. 21, Patri archs Militant I. O. O. F., will met tonight in Odd Fellows' hall. Tower block. Election of o Beers and other business of importance will be trans acted. There will be a meeting of the dem ocratic committee of the Charity B&ll in the first parlors of the Livingston, Wednesday, at 3 p.m. It is important that every mcniler of the committee should be present. Ida Jacsen, 2 years old, daughter of JohrTJansen. of No. 123 Vries street. while claying around the house last Thursday fell into a tub of hot water. The baby was severely scalded and died yefterday from the injuries. The dance given by the Grand Bapids Bicycle club lat evening in Hartman's new nail was attended by 7o couple. The club is well pieaced with the pat ronize accorded it and another, dancs will le held within a few weeks. The First Presbyterian church people will give an entertainment in the church this evening to celebrate the or nine of the building since it has Ken remodelrd. Musical and literary product ons Will compose the program The Etiuatible Aid Union held an en tertainraent and social at Willmont's ball last evenuij Music and retoncals occupied toe early part or the evening after which a snaduw and box social cousumed the latter part. The pro ceeds were used for the un on. Chief Consul A. B. Richmond and n. W. Wbitmao, members of tbe lard of cfficer of the Michigsn division. League of American Wneelmen, will go to Coldwater today to assist in can- vamz the votes cast at tne election just held for division officers. In the h eh school session room, in the Central school building, at 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Carman will illustrate the work in astronomy br n earn of the stereonticon. This afternoon the subject is the sun which wiil be illustrated br more than fifty lews. All who ate interested are cor d;s5Iy invited to be present. A quartette of ladies voices has been orgsnied for practice under the direc tion of II. Parker Robinson. Mrs. J C. Markhsra is first soprano: Mrs Chsrles Pike, second soprano: Mrs. R II. Ftevecs. Ant alto; Mrs. L. E. Pt- ten. cond alu, Mrs. II. Parker Kob- inaon will do the accomrnist. Andftw Fyfe, chairman of the dewi ewratic conirss onat committee, has f ,ed a ivnrn sMtement witb the eonn tr clerk ths.tthe conimittee etperdet tl V4 for lertimate campaign expeo o John f. Lawrence has fired .Am f stement that he exceeded in the tame n-anrser the sum of 12.212.19 Mr. II. !. Cole accomranied his fam letoCh caco yestrilav, where h will leave them end return heme, tbey gy. tr. inN't Mexico, where it is hoped ih he-eitii of their sou Charles im. h reeir,ed. Mf. Cole UltS of ' mmvtm r!ots bosinese on Menr -r Street and going to N Msxieo to re ?de, if the ci.tnata Uh th familr. Those twenty new'rg ton Ifpewrtters tea will ee in fae errswow ri eair-tj rrn A Crt.'s str stl day totlsf SI toUe-t. Ihtf sWUt4e drees sa-'o eve xuade in the sat. Caaxlcs K. btyour, of the Eua uroaoo soUemAa wco roaJo tbe sale, aed he wJi couticu tj reprtst&t the t-uiioitoa ccmpacy iu this c.ty. There will be & special meeting of the Pleoa Cub this allerno-u at 4 o'clock, at which matters of importance wi.i b considered. It is called at the re:j.ut of Treasurer Wesun and afuiletisa dance of member is urrd. Let there b a big turnout just tcis once to near what tbe treasurer has to odr. PERSONAL s.ESTlOH. Platre ta SSvmu f rrtsmes tlltlw. D. A. Blolgctt went to Chicago last Otcar W. KuUco is convalescent from I typhoid fevr, I from the east. Will S. Baird visited friends at Lan sing over feunday. M.as Mert Tusbury is visiting friends in Detroit aud Port Huron. Hits Lillian GarUnd, ef Traverse City, is v. siting relatives here. Mrs. T. C. llamsh Will lt-ave Friday fcr Florida to spend the winter. M-ss Edith Kopf is visiting her cous ins, the Mues Lang, of Battie Creek. Mrs. Jm?s Austin and little daugh ter are vuiting relatives in Partlluruu. George W. Gay and family are ex pected homo from ttie east this wek. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jackxm, of Ypsi lauti, are spending a week with friends iu this city. The mother of W. n. and 8. F. Down, from Southern Michigan, ia vis iting them. J. M. Dell, with the drug firm of G. T. Haan A Co., snent Sunday with his parents at Charlotte. P. A. Tavlor and wife left for Jack- sonville, Florida, yesterday, where they will spend the winter. Mrs. J. B. Young, of Philadelphia, is isiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Read, of Henry street. F. E. Bridges and wife, of South Di ision street, iu company with several others, expect to go south in January. F. M. Pierce will leave this week for Minneapolis to engage in business. Mrs. Pierce will remain here for some time yet. Dr. S. L. Rozema has removed from James street, and taken a residence at the corner of V ealtby avenue and Last street. Mxs. Win. M. Cook, of Lafayette, Ind., Miss F. Edwards, of Johnstown, N. Y.. are the guests of Mrs. J. Brew- ter Uubbs. Mrs. FarnhamLyon, of Saginaw, who came to att?n the weddinjr of her sister, Mrs. O. L. Palmer, is still visiting friends here. Harry Sheldon, formerly with the Lion Clothins Company, weut to Chi- cao yesterday where he has accepted pus; nun nun nun s to. B. Hutlnian, clerk in the C. & W. M. general offices, and Mis Minnie Strang, prominent society lady of Montague, will be married at the Strang residence tomorrow by the Key. C. Vanderveen, I). D. of this city. They will make this city their future home. Miss Carrie Moss, one of the city teachers released this year on a leave of absence, has returned from a few months' sojourn at Silver Mountain, in the Lake Superior region, and is the guest of Mrs. Geo. S.mpson, of No. 340 Lyon street. Sue wnl leave again in a few days for Cleveland and the East. CCSSfP OF THE HOTELS. r Michigan 11 eo la Town tr a Brief Boar or Two. The Lotus Glee Club are gueits at the Morton. " F. Merrill, of Kalamazoo, was among the arrivals at Sweet's last evening. C E. Bell, a lumberman from Cas- novia, reu'terea at &wcei s last mgni. S. B. Hart, a B.g Rapids lumberman, took dinner at tuc Clarendon yester day. O. B. Granger, a Plainwell hardware dealer, took dinner at the Eagle yester day. II.' E. Scholle, a furniture buyer from Chiiao, rtgUUrred at the Morton last UKlht. B. A. Fish, a Cedar Springs merchant, took dinner at the Bridge street House yesterday. A. C. Gochrend and A. F. Goehrend, BAldain Merchants, registered at the L.i;:le yesterday. Dallas Bondt man of Kalamazoo, at torney tor the Lakebbore road, was a guest at .he Morton. H. K. Miles, of Chicago, traveling freight agent for the (reat Lastern, registered at sweet last nigui. Samual L. P.ow. of Lansing, state aent (or thn National insurAuce com pany, is a guf si at me riorum. J. F. Walker, who looks after the spiritual needs of Wayland Cougrega tionalists, tok dinner at the Bridge b tree l house yteteruay. A. D. Ball, a Star City lumberman, look duiur at Sweet's yesterday. He was accompanied by h s wife. John C. Adams of Kalamazoo, agent for the Adams Lxprees of that place registered at Sweet's yesterday. "Tim" Jester, the Marquette lumber man, cap talist and amateur demo cratic politician, was a prominent figure in the looey ot tne Morton yesterday. Mrs. E. Parsell of Ionia and her son. J. H. Parsell, were guests at Sweet's vesterday. Mrs. Parsell is the wife of the present waraen oi toe ion;a refor matory. Kicbard Ooldsn, Frank Foss, Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Jackson, Miss Blanche De Clairmond.T. Warden, and W. C. H olden, of tbe "Old Jed Prouty" com paoy were guetts at the Morton. A dozen very easy writing chairs have been added to the reading room st Sweet's. They are of a very artistic design in modern oak, and were made by tne Grand Kaptua inair company. Mrs. B. D. West, of Chicago, was a guest at Sweet's lat night. Mrs. West .s rn tbe city to visit her luiband, B. I). West, a general insurance scent of this city. Siie was accompanied by her son. Mrs. Margtrst Custer Calhoun of Lansing was gnest at Sweet s tester- uaj Mrs. Caluoua is a rater of Uen- mutest f all ia Lrtning IWt mm c y 1 X X "aw (It HIKE SE&ECBED. Londea Paris Ajnatar&a Otht Puci:3 Jlr.ai S.iUerUnd fcf JAlltt Ftr Ctccts. for Sitotwe iai ktGtsit We liTjo.t Directlf. We Ctrq th; Largest Stock. Our Prices are the Most RecSooaBle. Wright, Kav & Co reli-oir. eral George A. Custer and is state libra rian under tbe present administration. D. C. Diejabaugb, a Eipid River druggist, was in the city yesterday buy ing goods. He registered at the Eagle. Thomas A. Lyon and wife, of Lud ington are guests at the Morton. Mr. Lyon is one of the most extensive lum bermen on the west shore. II. D. Morrison, of La Porte, Indiana, registered at the Morton house last nilit. Mr. Morrison is one of La Porte's most influential citizens, and is president of the First National Bank at that place. W. L. Carpenter and J. M. Lally, of Detroit, are guests at Sweet's. Mr. Car penter is a member of the law firm of Atkinson, Carpenter, Brooke & Haigh. Mr. Lally is a railroad contractor who built the D. L. & N. W. H. Vanderheyden, an Ionia brick manufacturer, registered at the Eagla last night. "Business is better in Ionia than it has been before in a year," he said. "The new Capitol wagon works which came from Lansing, will be ready to begin work about the first of January. That will employ about a hundred and fifty men." W. F. Potter, of Saginaw, general superiutendant of the Flint A Pcre Marquette railroad is a guest at tne Morton. He is accompanied by his wife. Mr. Potter is a son of H. C. Pot- U r, late general manager of the same road, but his present position is due solely to ability and not to influence. lie worked up from an othce clerk to his present position, and now enjoys the honor of being one of the most popular as well as one of the moatef tk-ient railroad superintendents in Michigan. ia r ! ( snood Is about the quantity nature allows to an adult person. It is of the utmost importance that tbe blood should be kept as pure as possible. Hood's Bar sapirilla has proven its claim to be the best blood purifier. Order your koal of E. A.Hamiltoo. A Point rr Hok-kpn. There can be but one "Best" flat opening bianic-nooic. laite nobody s word as to which that one is, but ex amine and decide for yourself. Barlow Bros., 91 Pearl street, are sole makers in Michigan of blank books containing the Philadelphia Pat. Flat Opening Back, and which insures a book that opens from tho first to the last leaf, perfectly nat, like an album. Com par ison will tell the story remember Barlow Bros., No. 91 Pearl street, and no one else make "Tbe Philadelphia." Buggies at manufacturer's prices for a week from Nov. 14th at No. 9 Pearl street. G. K. Storage and Transfer Co. Limited. Oar (4.00 shoes at $4.00. nOur H.00 shoes at $3.25. Our $3.50 shoes at $3.00. Chicago Shoe Store, 28 Canal street. The great auction sale of fino paintings at 53 uanai street. Jass Thing Fee Taa. Prof. Hill's collection of one thou sand paintings will be sold at publio auction at M canal street, sale com msncing Tuesday at 7 o'clock p. m. Come to see our stock of fine shoes at reduced prices. Cnicaoo Bros Stobs, 28 Canal street. Jail Optlt4 Turkish and Japanese Bazar At SO Monros-st., For tne holidavs. Fine Oriental Hand Fabrics and Artistic Japaneee Brio-sv-brao. Holy Land Goods, The ouly genuine Attar of Hoses. Florida and Indian Curiosities, For eign Jewelry, etc. For horns, scalds, bruises and all rain and soreness of the flesh, tbe crand boose hold remedy Is Dr. Tbom as' Ecleetrie OiL Be sure you get tbe genuine. Tbe world la always interested hi the cure or. coniumptiwn; yet its preven ti n is of far mora Importance. Dr Woods' Norway Pine Strun is traaran teed to cure soughs and colds, fold by all dealers oa a guarantee of satis faction. Oo to CUtso t1a C A W. U. - U, 8. CcVt Report, Auj. 17, lC3 1 j France England Germiflj Great Britain ' Franct Italy Auttrit Turkey Russia Norway Denmark Sweden Gernuay Switzerland j nv'0iii M IT A PU TO EVERYBODY Even the merchants cannot Cloaks, Jackets, Capes, Fur Capes, eta, at such low prices, where the merchants themselves have to pay more for eimiiar goods. Wo can explain it to you easy. First of all, WE MANUFACTURE AND IlIPORT our own goods. If we have a small amount ot; cloth left that we cannot make at east 100 Cloaks from, we m&ko stores at about half price; if we the regular wholesale prices we material and have no remnants to get the money of our goods, OUR CUSTOMERS! Besides that, if a lot of Cloaks are nearly sold out in our wholesale house and there are retail department got tliem at out of that lot and the profits OUR CUSTOMERS AGAIN ! That is the reason of our DOING THE CLOAK BUSINESS WHEREVER WE OPEN. AH VICTOR E. WOLF, Manager PHYSICIANS. DR. R, H, STEVENS i2Q Monroe Street. HOURS: 10 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4p. m i. Evenings by appointment. DIL. E. A. PARKINSON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. aroniTr.sro r ) Ex -City Pnvsldan Caieace A Detroit. Detroit. Special Atteotloa Given to 4 IX &I9BASE Of TKI BLOOD, SKIN & NERVOUS SYSTEM And Complications troia all causes. lll'rs:tollam.l:T0 OFFICX: Keens 1 to 4. S:oU im s p. m. Fundsys 11 a. rn. to 2 p. in. Other hours br sppoiDimenr. and 2 Porter Bloc, over 130 Munroost. No deration prspt!c-d. No exlrMtnt es. Earn ease sclentinrany sn eon lentlously treated. 13 years etpoiisoce. J.J.RICE,M.D. Cfaroxict Bid and toos Diseases orrics HOURS: tteUsvas. Its 4 p. m. 7uSp.cs. mSPBONElSI. R00US 32 TO 37 HOUSEMAN BLOCK, GraDS Raplda. Mich. DIL D. UILTOX GREENE, Praettes Confined tPtssof tb EYE, EAR, HOSE AIID TIIII0.1T NO. 147 MONROE-6T. New Kealaa block. . Po'.dleri' Monaraeat. Off r Hsurse to 11 a m. 1 ts 8 e m. Em- Inn by sppoisrment f esdays 12 till L Tele poooei AteQee 47. reei4rneo?S7. JJU, IL IL PASCO, No. Ki Cserrrst. Grand lUptSs. HOCRS-Wto lla,e.j t to 4 and 7 to I p. sa. tandaya, USt to LSS p. m. Tcieebsae loi. fsHMos et Uo rtod ae ITerroas Pyseoa and Uyaaeeolscleal Cases ot a aerveas e1ts a spoelalty. D. EMMETT WELCH Frcctlco Iolriltcdj Nose, Threat Ejo pzl Ear 6 rand rat ids. uicniakX. of yk hoseiaa. Ssonassi, tmssytuaj. iMocraosf.ao. IT HILL i crcit ' oi fo r4 K14 Tfiea ire tise'-odsre os ef . furr MHttii Tlot f t -?o x A. i HaO. stt; ,rse sefeiw.... li ZZLE T understand how we can sell them up for our own retail sell them to you at less than still realize our cost of tho of cloth left All wo want is the profits we give to 40, 50 or 75 coats left our half price, we want our money go to selling Cloaks so cheap and This Is tho Boost ctlmbr wo knowf fir training over villi, as It eltars flrrnty toth sirootbest surface, covrliuc U snifoihly sod oons-lr with over Ispptos If sv. wbirb form a perfect iniM of lolhace. Tbe eo.r Is a frrh ierp tr-oo In summer, ami tain on In tho tsll-tho brightest sntunan elor. r h-srt hspd, and sr rsnteit ono abovo another as enly oa tils n s roi. The rnersl euttlvtien f thl vine In th city ot Hon hs done more to b-utlfy It than anytMnjr else. Dsn's i.o to c earn S1JM) to H. rer doten. T, R, RERK i CO 123 Ionrfo Street, TT.3 Greatest of All Compiles Makes no loans of money in order to obtain applications for I fe insurance. Isoues no fictitious insurance contracts for the purpose of 'writing" a large relume of ,ous,oes.,, Tskes no promissory premium cotos payment of which n conditional opon future loans to dividends, corpora tions or syndicate. slakes no agreements which it will not carry out. MUX Transacts business in good faith. Oxfere plain, straight-forward life In surance contracts without subterfuges or entangling conditions. Meets its obligations promptly at na tality, InTeais all its funds ia the strongest se curities. The Greatest of all the Cos IS Tii3 Mutual Life Inscracco Co. OfHewYort T. QUIlVTUf. AORVT. - II ft. Trcrci St., near foium, CZLZD PJLTU, s f U1U1. eN-0, A-Vrt, r mm m 1J Ci -m JAPAII OR BOSTON IVY VfcEt C: 3 1 Do tD Gsf Rid cf litis Co.T:p!alQt ? I would lite apr in say former role. 1 would 1V to te a man ajaio in the enjoyment ul ail uy poweis. To those wiib this det.ro e can only amy, go at cnoe to It. S. Csy Todd, IS Norm 1'iiv.siaa street, Grnd IU; Mich. II is succf&s is unsurpae.J; h. rertieiis (com funded aud v-:.iy by bir.iti t j re do rg more r ili pubbc than all tbe various uxi and path.es corub.nrd. It tould Lot U otherwise, te w !1 ua derttand your oouilaiuu an 1 giee yoa such tt ruedirs on!y as wi.l ituail aUly remove the cause of the coia lU.nts and restore jour lost alreth aiid vigor. You will stay well, there can t no react on, as ho does not give nor virus (U-;uet&nU) or nerve otiniuianU. Yoa will therefore remain perms, neutly wtlt. Tliousands throaghowt the country are every day WsLfyicg to Dr. t. Clay Todd's wooderful success in curug them, after they had tried from ttirt e t j a dozen other physicians witbout reLef. Consumption Cured IN HASTINGS, MICH. Dr. S. Clay Todd. Grand Kapida, DearS.r: 1 am wrll. You can r.t any testimonial .n print that you wat.t to for I had everything. Was. V. E. Atxoro. State Strctt, Hastings, Mirh. Oct. 21. lL Note Mrs. Allgeo had Consumption, TuUrcular ConsuuiDtion, w.th all its complications, and was cured hy Dr. ? Clay Todd, after her cae was g.vrn op as hopeless by Ler physicians, farnUy smd friends. 'If your son aslei for bread would you givefairn a stonrr "If yoa are sick and depend en a phyrician for reliei, would Le give you poison?" In order to elevate the profession we will give a few HYGIENIC RULES. lYot Good to llat. Many books have been written, and much more has been said about what a sick person should eat in ardor to nour ish the body and not interfere with the action of the medicines prescribed by the phyaiciaa; but every oce knows tbe following article are not good to cat, namely: Opium, Morphine, licllAior.a, Atropia or Deadly Nightshade, Corai:', Chloral, Calomel, DigitaLs, lui-lovc, Arsenic and its prenrHtioa;, I'i.ifs. phoma (makes eicellent frat.on matches) and its preparations, Vn-j-- phites, Hypo-Fhofphitrs, Nux Vomica and itaactivepnneip'e.Strychn no, My. oecyamus Niger, li'.ack Utnbinc, Dicuui Tiglii, Crotou O.L, etc- How unfortunate the physician w ho knows no othr remedies (!) tS.an tt. t above poisons, and huw muoh more un fortunate the Dear Teopltf wao tiii.iii they are obliged to take the dbao, 1 above poisons produce ncrvoua prob a tion, ueath by heart failure auvi in flammation of the bosrels, a!sorsue most of the ruicidca and all t! insM. samty. They cure nuUiiisc, oi!y jue vent people from recover.us ta.r health. Dr. S. Clay Todd, the famous s p -ci.il. ist of 16 North Divuiou str t, tran l Rapids, Mich., dtes not use the K.o poisons, but by tbe use of h'is n", lr.ii ant and tualtb srtving rcmodifs, ho curea all curable diseases at tho eaii.cet possible minute G la i' To oil Th3 Fzms'js Specialist, Office sad Dispensary, 16 North Division Street UP 8TAIliS. Rooms 1,3 and 4, Grnud ItnptdM, Mlolilxim Dr. Todd charfrs lr oo and cures quirker tlisn any otber pbrs cian. If yon bsie liicd otiier dccUrs with out relief or a permanent cure your only boj. is in Dr. 8. Clay Todd. Dr. K Clay T -dd's mcdtcinr are a'l frcsbly pre pared t y the Doctor m pr r eon, every clay but 'Sunday. Dr. S. C lay Todd can le consultod free of chaise at his cCiee, or by letter, avtry dsy buthuudaya. Csatarrh Cured. HAVE YOU CATARRH? nave yoa pains ever tbe eyea? Are your eyes watery? Have yon a dry cough every night? Are yon oick at the stomach? I there a eotstinuona dropping of irnrut in the bexk of your throst m You can be cored qusrkly an4 p'r msnently by Dr. R. Clsy Todd, in Nrth Division "slreot, upsta.is, rowns 1, ? at.d 4. Grand Hspids, Mieb. Call or writ, free, at t&ce, or by mail. Medirmea sent everywhere. 8tomach Tronblca Cured. Tains In sterner h. belching wiad. r.s:s:rg wster, fool or gas. Tame before are aftr eating. Cnstact pains in stomach. O d or yonrg people cared. Dyspepsia cared. Norrous Dyspepe a'ctrrwd. A!lttrmcb trenb'es erred j Dr. B. Clay Todd, cEce 16 North Drvisioo trot. v p ta-r, rosrft;S 1,2 and 4, firaod KapWs. Mich. CcmrBltatT5t free at b't f.fn er ty letter. Modtcino swat everywhere. Call or write, free. TM Cc:2h C!3 13 Ccrcfl tj Cr, S, CUY T0C3. SJFb So