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THE OMAHA DAILY HEF,: SATURDAY. MAY 9. 1908.
L.
'Telephone Douglas 418 Reaches All Departments
Women's Wearing apparel of
Style and Fashion
SPECIAL DISPLAY FOR SATURDAY
Tallo Mads Suit.
HI Hi class Tailor
mad Cult. In the moot
fashionable fabric, fit
ted by expert fitters,
pre.sed and finished ly
nirn tailors. Many aulta
at reduced prices.
Xfelnty Waists.
Hundreds of lovely
Lingerie WUtii, tha
products of high clssa
makers, styles to b imii
only at our store. Price,
from S1.7S up to 110.00.
Separata Coats.
In all the lateat mod
els. Black Cloth Coat.
Covert Coats, fancy
ritrlped Coat, long fit-
ted and lnnOoe coats.
Every VfT7 a fashlon-
ahle frarit, J.
luninK gHge Qowns.
Oriental styles of
pretty cotton fabrics,
cool and dainty for house
wear. Negligee Uownv
at tt.2K, $1.75, $2.26,
tl.St and $4.69. 2d floor.
Copies of lovely Persian models at 116.00, 116.00,
LINGERIE PRESSES. FOR DRESSY OCCASIONS.
$18.50 and 125.00.
, BUY NOWTHE GREAT CLEARING SALE OF FINE IM
PORTRED BLACK DRESS VOILES NEARING THE END
.Monday will be the last day of this great sale. "We arc just closing out manufacturers'
6urplus stock. See them. They are now being closed out at the lowest prices ever named
for these handsome fabrics.
WE SELL
McCALL'S
PATTERNS
Regular $1.10 and $1.15 quality now 70c and 82c. $1.50 and $1.C0 now
SI. 07 and $1.10. 1.75 and $1.85 now $1.23 and $1.33 yard.
WE SELL
McCALL'S
PATTERNS
Fine Imported Black Nun's
; Almost every woman wants at least one pown
that voiles. Very dressy. Handsome rich black
Main floor.
Saturday Candy Specials.
Five tempting aorta are offered for
Saturday.
Felduff'a 40c assorted Nut rattle,
Saturday, per pound only 25c.
Balduffs 40o aaaorted Cream Waf
er, Saturday, per pound only 26c.
BaMuffa 40o Vanilla Chocolate
Creama, Saturday, per pound, only 26o
Balduff 0c Honey Comb Choco
late Chips, Saturday, per lb. only Sac.
Balduffs IBc Caramel Glace, Satur
day, per pound, only 20c.
Basement.
Veiling Underpriced
of myi's veiling. 'Just a little heavier
$1.35 quality, 08c; $1.00 "quality, 73c yd.
SATURDAY ONLY
$1.25 Handsome All-Wool Cream
Storm Kerge, SO in. wide,
' 08c a yard.
Fresh, new, crlap and beautiful, one
of thla amnion's moat popular fabrics,
dust shedding. You cannot imihi It.
It rleana perfectly. For the Heparan
aklrt. It la handsome, and there In
nothing mora practical for tha coat
ault.
Main Floor.
Special Sale of Hosiery Saturday,
Commencing at 0 A. M.
Women's colored silk hose, In
ernv. nlnk. kv. lavender and
white, regular prices $1.60 and ((
11.25; in Saturday's Sale at per
pair, only 89c.
Children's fine ribbed black cot
ton hose, double soles, knees, heels
and toes; a good value at 15c per
pair, in Saturday's Sale, in Base
ment, at, per pair, only 8c.
Special Sale of Ruck
ing Saturday, Com
mencing at 9 A. M.
Bo Rnchlag. alx differ
ent style la a bot regu
lar price) He. on saia Sat
urday, per box 35c.
Ttnrrlst StKhtsic w"hlt
with color sLUcKbwK.
yard ta a "box, reguhw
price) 40r, on sale Saturday.
per box J Or.
Main Fioor-
Saturday Specials in Lace Curtains,
Choicest Styles, Perfect Goods.
$1.50 White Nottingham at 98c pair.
$2.00 White Cable Net Lace Curtains at $1.00
pair.
" $2.50 White Nottingham at $1.78 pair.
$1.25 ecru colored Nottingham 97c pair.
$2.75 ecru colored Fish Net Lace Curtains at
$1.98 pair.
$4.00 ecru colored Cable Net Lace Curtains
at $2.98 pair.
Curtain extension rods, brass with silver or
brass ends, with brackets complete at 5c.
West Basement.
Special Sale 'White
India Linons, Satur
day in Basement.
50 pieces 12c India"
Linon 8c per yard.
60 pieces 16c' India
Linon 9c per yard.
60, pieces 20c India
Linon 10c per yard. -
60 piece 25c India
Linon 12 per yard.
Fnw InstiM la Art fj
Embrcddnry rtwj day In
from a to &
, m.
..Mil -w J!" m
' ""ill ' ' ,i . . ii, easy
Free lesatona In Art
Embroidery every day
from a to 5 p. m.
RUIN FACES ZU EULENBURG
Former Close Friend of Kaiser Wit
helm Arrested for Perjury.
0UTGE0WTH OF HARDEN -TKIAL
1'rl.aaer, Thoagtt 111, is Take In
Chars by OOerrt am Co- y
.acted a Charity
Hospital.
BERLIN', "May .-Prlnce Phillip Zu
Kulenberg mas today placed under actual
arrest. Tho crown prosecutor took thla
' step a a result of tha testimony given by
two men at the prince's bedside yeaterday
to the effect that Frlnce Zu Eulenberg had
been guilty of wrongful actions with them
twenty-five years ago.
Prince Z-u Eulenberg was Involved In the
court scandal In Berlin that grew out of the
charges brought by Maxmllian Harden,
editor of Die Kufunft last summer. At the
, second Harden trial the court declared that
all tha charges made by Harden were abso
lutely without foundation. After the ter
mination of the Harden case tha public
prosecutor started proceedings again'
Eulenberg and the arrest of today Is the
outcome. The prlnco was taken Into cus
tody at his castle at Llebenberg and
brought In an automobile forty miles to the
charity hospital, where he was detained
pending a further Investigation of a charge
of perjury made against him.
The prince's arrest Is taken ito mean the
Irretrievable ruin' of thla brilliant man,
who was at one time a confidential friend
of Emperor William. The prince .had been
rearer to Ma majesty during the greater
part of his reign than any . other German
aubject. He might have been chancellor of
tha empire If he had not refused the re
sponsibility Incident to this post. This lie
did possibly because stories of secret mis
conduct have long been circulating against
him, so much so that he has lived on the
brink of disclosure for- tha last ten years.
Ha voluntarily gave up the position of Ger
man ambassador at Vienna In 1903 because,
as was commonly gossiped at the time, a
group of his enemies threatened him with
exposure.
Close Frteaa of Emperor.
After resigning at Vienna, the prince re
turned to Berlin, where be was often with
tha emperor. The statement that Prince
Zu Eulenberg advised the emperor in polit
ical matters; has been made by men whe
sought to displace the prince In tha im
perial confidence by Intimating that there
was danger to the state In the alleged fact
that the emperor turned from his constltu
tlonal advisors to a friend behind a screen
who was responsible to no one but his
majesty himself.
This constantly repeated statement never
has been confirmed, but everybody In offi
cial life 4ias known that Emperor William
waa delighted with the companionship of
the prince, whose conversation was always
cheerful, full of wit, anecdote and dramatlo
climaxes, natural and easy, and touched,
now and then, with graceful and senti
mental expressions. His epigrams were
more feared than those of any other tongue
about the court. The prince Is a gifted
writer, and Is the author of no leas than
eleven volumes of fairy tales, short stories
and poems and several playa, which he pub
lished under the name of Svenson.
"The prince's charm of manner did not de
sert him today. He Is a alck man and the
joints of his legs are swollen from neuritis,
but when a physician representing the ex
amining judge informed .him that he was
well enough to be taken a prisoner to the
hospital he quickly called his valet, who
L
dressed him with difficulty, the prince's
amiable talk the while being Interrupted
every now and then by grimaces of pain.
Present Actio for Perjary.
As the prince in the second .Harden trial
at Berlin swore to his complete Innocence
of the practices Insinuated by Harden In
Die Zukunft. 1 the present action against
him Is based upon the charge of perjury.
Police agents watched him through all last
night, standing In a room adojlning his
sloeplng apartment and keeping him under
observation through an open door. .The
prince was restless until about midnight,
from which hour ha slept quietly until long
after daybreak.
, One of his sons, who has been Ills con
stant companion recently, accompanied him
to the door of the hospital. It Is possible
that the prince will be released in 1250,000
ball.
Prince Zu Eulenberg Is presumed- to have
In his possession a great many letters, pos
slbly more than one hundred, from Emperor
William containing rxnrenalnna f tv,
perlal estimate of leading personages In'
vjr-iumn.v nu or some European sovereigns.
The reports concerning these letters prob
ably are exaggerated, but even so, there
would appear to be enough truth In the
rumor toace it "within the prince's power
to create much embarrassment by their
publication.
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
V. H. White and wife have gone to
Chicago. ,
Max Cohn left Friday afternoon for Min
neapolis. . . . .
Mrs. Julia M. Pratt left Wednesday nlaht
for Boston. B
S. M. Figs of Loig Pine, Frank H.
Young of Broken iowand J. D. Leary of
Kansaa City are at the Henshaw.
Waldo Wlntersteen of Fremont has been
admitted to practice before the United
States circuit and district courts for the
Nebraska federal district.
(IT
They're Good Things to Find Out About
Young Men's "Sampecii" Cioilies
Size to 38 Chest. v
"Safnpeck" Clothes are top-notch
clothes stick a pin there.
They've more style than any other
clothes you can try on and wear the
same day put a pin here ' '".
They're produced on a large scale
and sold here on a close margin a
big pin here. ( ,v a
Ferhaps you 'to heard of these 4 4 Sampeck ' ' Clothes'
every one of an array of these splendid Buits we've sold is
a walking advertisement, if you haven't heard of them
you've surely seen and admired them. . .
Tho choosing of a suit is easy now,. whether vou pay
$39. $25.00, $22.50, $20.00, $17.50 or $15.00
- These prices are for clothes that will bring you back
again when you are ready. .
Write for illustrated catalos
ue.
Distinctive Styles and
Extra Quality
In Lilliputian Shoes
One does not have to be an expert
in quality to Judge them. There is
quality In every pair we sell. We be
lieve that 'our shoes at any price are
the best values to be bad, and regu
lar buyers' express the' same convic
tion. , We Invite you to judge for
yopraelf and present here an exact
Illustration -of one of our styles not
to be found elsewhere.
Boy's gun metal calf oxford,
strap and buckle lacing.'" '
Sizes 2V2 to
"53 .,$3.00
Sizes 1 to 2, -:
at . . $27)
Sizes. 11 to ,
13i2, $350
Also in tan
calf leather or
in patent leath
er, with plain
lacing.
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LIFE SAVERS' BRAVE FIGHT
Men Aboard Peter Rickmert Retctitd
When Fierce Storm Abates.
ALL NIGHT BATTLE WITH WAVES
Seveatr-Twe Members of the Crew
Might of Terror Aboard
the Teasel.
NEW YORK, May .-Seventy-two men
who for more than twenty-four hours had
been facing death In the raging sea near
Fire IslarM were rescued from the crumb
ling hulk of the big German ship Peter
Ttlckmers early today. The rescue was ef
fected after one of the most trying ex-
perlences the life savers on this coast had
ever been called upon to face.
No less than a dosen times hope of ssv
Ing 4 he men on the doomed ship was all
but abandoned, and It was only the easing
of the gale and terrific aea that made
rescue possible. Fortunately not a man
was lost, and it Is believed that not one
of them suffered any permanent harm as a
result of their long fight against death.
The great steel ship, one of the finest
sailing vessels that ever rode the aea, la a
total wreck. Ita bow and stern have hetn
completely torn off by the waves. Its masts
were ripped out, lta deck houses and bridge
swept away, and It Is full of water. It U
lying far back on the bar. and It Is unlikely
even that any effort will be made to tow
It to deep water again.
Efforts to Float Vessel.
The Rtckmers alruck the sandbar hfut
ten miles from Fire Island April 30. while
bound out from New Tork for Europe. At
first It was believed that It would be
floated without difficulty, but as the wind
continued and it drove farther and farther
on the shelving bar. Its position became
serious. Even then, when the wind de
creased, tt waa believed that It would be
floated without serious damage after a
portion" of ita cargo of case oil had been
Jettisoned.
A large force of wreckers were set at
the task and excellent progress was made
up to last Tuesday night, when a great
storm broke on the coast. Tha wind vi
creased so rapidly and soon assumed such
proportions that the wrecking tug stand
ing by were forced to flee for their own
safety, leaving behind on the ship thirty
nine salvagers who had been working on
the cargo, and thirty-three of the crew of
the Rlckmers.
Plight of Men Desperate.
As the storm Increaaed the waves drove
the big vessel steadily back on the bar.
One by one Its masts .went by the board
and, surging over the crumbling hulk,
threatened to sweep every living thing on
board Into the sea. Life savers on the
beach sent lines to the Rlckmers. but be
fore a single man could be hauled ashore
the ropes parted. The storm continued to
grow In Intensity and the plight of the
men on the wrecked ship became more
desperate. Five crews front life saving
stations were on the beach, but surfboats
were useless in the sea, and the only hope
was In subsidence of the storm- or the
shooting of lines over the ship.
Early this morning the storm had sub
sided sufficiently to permit the wreckers
on board the ship to launch their boats
and they landed unaided. Then a line was
sent to the wreck and the crew cf the ship
were brought ashore.
LINERS COLLIDE NEAR PORTLAND
British Steamer Matlanat Crasaea lata
' Hambarg-Amerlean Boat.
PORTLAND, England, May 8.-The
British steamer Matlana, from London for
Calcutta, has been in collsion with a Ham
burg-American steamer at a point twenty
miles south of here. The name of the
Hamburg liner has not yet been ascer
tained. The Matlana has returned here with
its stern broken and other damages. A
tug has gone in search of the German
steamer.
Before the vessels parted the Hamburg
line said It Intended to come Into Portland,
but It has not yet arrived.
MORE BODIES ARE DUG UP
(Continued from Page One.)
cell. It Is said that he will be brought In
today.
Cross-examination of Mrs. Belle Guinness
before Justice Robert C. Klncaid, one week
before the burning down of her home, came
to light today as a most Important fact in
support of the theory that she fled from
her home In fear of an exposure of her
crimes or that she committed suicide, fear
ing to face investigation. -.
Attorney II. W. Worden, who' cross-examined
her, represented Roy Lamphere,
the carpenter now In jail, In the hearing
before Justice Klncaid, when Mrs. Guinness
had Lamphere arrested for trespass.
In thla croaa-examlnation Attorney Wor
den asked the woman pointed queations
concerning the deatha of her two hus
bands. He wanted to know whether their
lives were injured; whether she had col
lected the Insurance and whether ahe was
suspected of blame for the deaths. She did
not answer any of these questions because
of her lawvts'i objections.
Justice Klncaid, In telling of the croaa-
examination, said:
'The woman, when the first questions
were asked -her, was composed. Then ahe
trembled and waa agitated as the questions
became more numerous. The questions
were leading' and not relevant and at times
seemed insulting to the woman by intima
tion that she killed her two husbands for
the Insurance.
'She protested against the cross-exami
nation and left the atand agitated, which
might, of course, be true of any decent
woman resenting insinuations."
Attorney Worden, who is now taking up
Lamphere'a defense said after his cross
examination questions were not answered
he made them bolder and more direct ac
cusations, at which the woman was visibly
affected. .
It waa a few days after thla cross-examination
that she mads her will and during
the week between that cross-examination
and the Are at the home ahe hunted for
Lamphere and wanted to see him.
The thrashing of her children on the day
before the fire because. It la believed, they
wished to visit the cellar, la now do) a red
to be Important. Attorney Worden believes
that the body of the woman who- was
burned with the children was stored In the
ceUar In preparation for the burning of
the home.
"The children were beaten evidently be
cause there waa something In that cellar
whJTh aha did not want them to, see," said
Attorney Worden. "It waa the substitute
left there aa Mrs. Guinness' body ' which
waa stored there, the fled because she
feared exposure."
It was made publto ' today that Ray
Lamphere, made a statement to Mayor
barrow, arho Is the partner of Lamphere s
attorney a day or two age that a man
from Chicago, whose name h. did not
know, came (o the Guinness farm several
months ago and remamed there for several
fays. He disappeared suddenly, leaving a
trunk and a few belongings behind. I'poa
Lamphere'a questioning Mrs. Guinness as
to what had become of ber visitor, ahe re
plied that he had gone south for his health
and that probably ha would not return. n
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PiFctee of ieaMffiel
Silk and Met Waists
On Sale Saturday
This grand sale of high grade Waists will
be greatly appreciated. All are beautiful
new designs, made of best quality silks in
taffeta crepe de chine, peau de soie and
China silks, in almost all colors and fine
net waists in white and ecru.
Over 500 fine Waists to QEf
choose from; made to sell J )$3?3
at $5.00, $6.75 and $7.50,
on sale Saturday, at ...... . 13
Wonderful Selling of Higti
Grade Tailored Suits
All our beautiful Tailored S
great reputation on, are offered
$40 and $45 Tailored Suits
All are late models, made of finest plain or
tancy materials; some are trimmed and
some are plain tailored. Over two hundred
to choose from now,
at.,...,.
29.75
$35.00 and $37.50 Tailored Suits
Every correct new style will he found in
this collection, all beautifully tailored of
finest materials and the greatest $35.00 and
$37.50 values in Omaha, now on
sale at.-. ... ,
$25
uits, such as we have built our
now at a great saorifice.
$29.75 and $32.50 Tailored Suits
We have a great collection of these beauti
ful suits in plain or fancy styles, and in all
sizes and colors; now on sale 50
$22.50 and $25.00 Tailored Suits
These suits are made with the Butterfly or
plain sleeves, some are plain tailored and
some are trimmed styles, of all wool mater
ials, in all colors; now on sale 5
ordered Lamphere to carry the trunk and
other effects of the stranger to an upper
story of the farm house. Nothing waa
ever heard of thla person after he left the
Guinness place and he Is supposed to -have
met the same fate as those whose bodies
were dug up at the Guinness farm.
CHICAGO POLICE DEMAND TROOP
Decide Xot to Dlat Premises in Asm
tla Wlthoet Proof ml Crime.
CHICAGO, May 8. The local police de
cided today that they will not dig up the
premises occupied by Mrs. Guinness In the
suburb of Austin until they have received
some further proof that crimes were' com
mitted while she lived there. There is at
present no evidence on that score.
It became known today that Mads Soren
son, the first husband of Mrs. Guinness,
died Just one day before an Insurance policy
for tL',000 which he had been earning tot
some years would have expired, and two
dayg after a second policy for $.1,000 which
he intended to substitute for the first, had
become operative. His death was so timed
that the widow collected on both policies.
A theory that a part of the Guinness farm
at La Porte was a private burying ground
was advanced today by John Larson, a
nephew of Mrs. Guinness residing in this
city.
The records of the land show that from
1851 to 167S the land was owned by Dr. B.
R. Car of La Porte.
The La Porte authorities are now trying
to ascertain whether or not Dr. Car had
a private burying ground on the place.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., May g.-A.careful
search of the marriage license records here
for many yeara back falls to reveal any
license Issued for the marriage of Belle
Guinness of La Porte, Ind. Minneapolis
police have, however, received from La
Porte charred photographs bearing the
mark..pf a Minneapolis photographer. The
likenesses have been deatroyed, but are be
lieved to be those of the woman and her
husband, who met here and were married In
Chicago.
Many persons keep their money in this bank that they may have
it where they may get it when it is needed for dally use; some keep
it here awaiting opportunities for" permanent Investment; others, to
avoid the risk and annoyance of loaning, ikeep their money here as a
permanent investment. All classes find our facilities convenient.
4 Interest Paid on Deposits
Oily Savings
JflTH AND DOUGLAS STREETS.
CLAIMANT POK WOMAX'il ESTATE
Daoarhter of Ha.baad Foaag
Near Jaaeavllle. Wis.
JANESV1LLE, Wis., May g.-8wanhllda
Guinness, daughter of the second husband
of Mrs. Guinness Is near Janesvllle. Wis.,
hidden by relatives. Bhe was kidnaped
from Mra. Guinness' home and brought
here for safety by an uncle. Gust Guin
ness of Minneapolis. Bt.pa will be taken
to claim the Guinness estate for her.
tJsea Dy
Millions
Powder I
Wasmaw. fmjll wila ta. fne. a?
Beaton's Specials
for Saturday
$1.00 2-qt. Fountain Syringes,
Vant Waud's, Saturday, only.48c
75c 2-qt Hot Water Bottles, Vant
Waud's, Saturday, only 43c
$1.25 Shower Baths, red rubber,
Saturday, only..... 7
$1 All Leather Raior Strops.. 50c
Oejn Safety Razors, with 7 Blades,;
Saturday, ' only Limited one to
a customer . . 72c
60c Angle Food Chocolates, Sat
urday 30c
75c Camel's-halr Comp'lexion
Brushes, Saturday ........ S2c
60q. Solid Bacsk Hair Brush, 12
tows of bristles, Saturday, at. 27c
60c June Rose Extract, Saturday
only, per oz lc
60 brands of 10c cigars, Saturday,
at 30
Boxes of 25
15c Stochelberg Clear Havana
Cigars 0"
Box of 60 . .$4.75
16c El Principe De Gales.... 10c
Box of 25 $2.35
10c Hamilton Fish. Invincible
Cigars, while they last 5c
Box of 25 $1.23
BEATON DRUG CO.
JStJi and Farnam Sis.
AMUSEMENTS.
BOYD'S THEATER
. Toorth W.k of the favorite
WOODWAXD STOCK OOXTAITT
Toaight and Saturday Matinee and Wight,
RAFFLES"
PtIc.s 10o and S5e.
Vest Week "MOM TKAJf QVSXW
Careful
HAND
SAPOLIO
. FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the softest
ikin, and yet efficacious In re-noving
any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect
condition.'. In the bath gives all tha
desirable aftet-effects of a Turkish
bath. It should be on every wash
stand.
ALL OROCEBS NO DRUOQ1STS
ClaaUMsft
ffoauotdsj
HAIR BALSAM
Ms eVuat baavuUi'M V lute.
t--V FaVll tO ItMrtOT) Or7
ilatr iu Youiitiui I elor.
Ctslta SCftip d aaVaest ft Astir
Dressers
Weil GROOMED men know how 1m
Important a m.Mter fit In clothes Is, tfO ix
WE. The eatlsfactory fitting quality of
our garments. Is a very good reason why
you should have MCOLL'g nsme In your
next garments.
Good Fit is purely a matter of correct
designing, proper draping and skilled tailor
ing. We are ready to guarantee these
very Important points to you.
Msy we see you today or perhaps
tomorrow?
Trousers $6 to $12 - Suits $25 to $50
WILLIAM J t lilt KM y 60X8
SO0.ll South 16th L
3 FOR HIRE 8
f(FUlL DRESS SUITS f?
II. S.SUOARMAN 111
READ THE BEST PAPER
The Omaha bally Bea,
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MO YD AT, TtTEBSAT, MAT 11-19
MAUDE ADAMS
In Hsr Greatest Triumph,
THE JESTERS
Price eoo to Sa.OO. Meats en Bale.
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DENVER
MAY 9, 10, II. 12
MONDAY, MAV J I, LADIES' DAY.
GAMES CALLED 3.45
N All This Week
ELECTRICAL SHOW
Fine Music and Vaudeville.
Saturday Children's Day.
All Children Under 14 Yeara
Admitted for 15 Centa.
ADILTS 25 CENTS
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
LAST TWO TIME8 FOR
THE FINE CL'RHENT BILL,
MATINEE TODAY
CHILDREN 10c ADILTS Kg
NOTE Curtain 8:15 Sharp TONIGHT
I'rlres 10c, L'5 60c. '
NEXT WEEK VESTA VICTORIa
KRUG THEATER
TOVIOKT UiTISIl IATUBDAT
A Romance of the West
THE COW PUNCHER
BUM I TSX rXASTOX DZTBCTITH.
l lioii.. iieil. Duu. 1. lad. A 10
Utter I Xsslle Carters
BfaUae.si Ta.a., Tsars . ead.. Bandar
Bl.at i Mr. hVog.r aa "Bberlock aioUn.a,"
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