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    THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1004.
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NEW BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
"tit Crowing," ly Wlrtton Chnrchl1, is
lull of Lift and IoWrwt.
TRIALS AND HARDSHIPS OF PIONEERS
Tfc Day Before Yesterday," Prtllr
Wrlttea Boak e Ctlhoo Praaks
ad Follies crpes
ad Good Tines.
"Tno Crossing." by Winston Churchill,
from tho publishing houss of Macmlllao
company. Is full of life, flrs nd Interest
from tart to finish. Woven Into the flo
Uon and Intensely human IntereeU of the
story la dramatio history of the early
daya of our country, when It waa budding
Into a republic. The pen plcturea of the
trials and terrible hardships endured t by
the pioneers makes the reader llvs and
suffer with them. Their Indomitable cour
age, loyalty and steadfastness of purpose
In the face of almost Insurmountable odd
will thrill the heart of every true loyal
American, and would bring tears to the
eyes If the author did not like In a play
break the Intense strain with a bappy
little sidelight of comedy. The story Is
iniratln at this time, as It
deals in part with the territory sold to us
by France and known as the Louisiana
Purchase the anniversary of which Is
being commemorated by the World's fair
at Bt. Louis.
wu there ever a more prettily written
book of childhood pranka and follies and
crapes and good times? Was there ever a
more willful and mischievous and utterly
Irresponsible girl than Rachel, the doctor e
daughter?" asks Zlon's Herald In reviewing
Mrs. Sara Andrew Shafer's book, 'The
Day Before Yesterday," published by the
Macmlllons. "Some of her companions were
not far behind her In getting Into trouble,
but she easily took the lead In wi d harum
scarums. Is it Rachel grown up who
tells the atory? It la at least some one
who knows full well the heart of a child
and has rich store of delightful memories
of a most delightful country village in In
diana thirty years ago. The humor of the
book la very genuine. We have found
few things more enjoyab'.e than Its descrip
tions of the homely, simple life of that
bygone village it so lovingly portrays."
The. July Delineator Is a magaslne of
beauty. Interest and utility. The. display
of summer fashions la exquisite and com
plete, the fiction bright and entertaining,
tbe special articles clever and informative,
and the number is rounded out by a series
of practical papers on domestlo topics. In
notion, Interest centers In Mrs. Hugh
Frasers quaint love story of Japan, "The
Giver of Honour." although "The Rebel
lion of William Henry," by Hermlnle Tem
plston. Is thoroughly enjoyable, for both its
keen humor and Its genuine sympathy with
boy nature. 'The story of Charlotte Rob
ertson, as told by Landon Knight In the
"Pioneer Women" series, Is a recital of
the greatest Interest, and presents a vivid
picture of the hardships and difficulties
that beset the conquerors of the west
Egypt, Arabia and the Holy Land are
seen through the camera In the courre
f h unlaue trlD "Around the World In
Eighty Plcturea," and In "The Fountain of
Youth" Dr. Grace Peckham Murray sup
r.tto instructions for the treatment of the
hair that will be appreciated by anyone
. al..tl.
who cares for' beauiy. a syrnpamcuu
paper on "Generosity." by Llllle Hamilton
French, and one on "Childhood" by Mrs.
Theodore -W. Blrney, contain food for
thought, and there are Inva'.uawe sug
gestions to home builders In a "Modern
Southern Home," Illustrated and described.
For young people there are entertaining
stories and pastimes and for needleworkera
and householders many pages of useful
Information.
The English edition of "Naml-Ko." Ken
Jtro Tokutoml's novel of Japanese life, pub
lished In this country by Herbert B. Tur
ner Co., baa Just been Issued In London.
It now bids fair to go still further round
the world, for an Australian publisher Is
. ( .M-nnwAmAnta frtl Its tnttMIILIlCi
1 1 1 K 1 i t( ... - r m j
In the Island continent, and Messrs. Turner .
bare also been in receipt of inquiries re
garding the rights for South Africa. It
la also probable that a dramatlo version of
"Naml-Ko" will soon be seen upon the
tag,
"Marden'a 8torias from Life." by Orison
Sweet Marden, the latest addition to the
Eclectlo School Readings, by the well
known editor of Success, Is Intended for
fifth and slith year pupils. , It contains
brief life stories and Incidents from great
lives, which will show young people how
boys, handicapped by poverty and the moat
discouraging surroundings, yet suoceeded
so that they are held up as models to the
girls and boys of today. Though stimulat
ing and encouraging In Its tone, yet the
book Is far from being dry and dldaotlo.
The stories are Interesting and attractively
Illustrated, and cannot fall to be bene
ficial and uplifting to young people. The
volume Is equally well adapted for school
and for home. Published by the American
Book company. !
' John R. Carting's new modern romance,
The Viking s Skull," which Is now one of
the best selling spring novels in the large
Cities, has refrained from furnishing his
publishers with particulars In regard to
bis life. He Is, however, known to be an
Englishman and the author of "The
Shadow of the Csar," which had a large
sale both In this country and In England.
Mr. Carting was charged with plagiarism
when his "Shadow of the Csar" waa Is
sued here, one critlo scenting a striking
similarity between that book and "Grau
stark." It appears, however, that Mr.
Carllng had never read "Graustark."
The July Century will be a fiction number
although the advance announcements give
promise of notable features of interest for
Serious readers. Besldea further chapters
f the serials. Dr. a Weir Mitchell's "The
Youth of Washington" and Jack London's
The Sea Wolf," there will be nine short
stories in the number, Miriam Mlchetson,
author of "In the Bishop's Carriage," con.
The Oreat Swectssr
Pun brook, ft, Y
House.
NEW SHIPMENT
i. f Yfm tne
Wk Sweetser-Pembrook Co.
I nff. -rK-tfflA f Irttt time
tomorrow, bargain Friday
hj, Some of the finest goods from the
y5A Sweetser-Pembrook Btock have
J pst arrived "ilk finished foulard, in
every style and color suitable for
wrappers, kimonas, drapery, etc. reg.
ular retail price is 25c a yard i
-Aho 6,600 yard$ofFin Frtnch Zephyrs, lac stripe, U Ml
chambrars, satin cloth, eto., regular price JUL VT V
2oo yard, at. yard
7,000 YARDS FINEST IMPORTED PURE SILK
10,000 Yard of
Silk Finished
Feulard, worth
23c.- at 10c Yd.
Mousseline dc Soie at 18c a. Yard
18c
Goods that never Bold at less than 50c yard-silk printed organ
dies, lac Btrlpes in jacquara ana pimn fuwn iu oc.j
color, champagne, sky, cream find black, at, yard
ON FRONT BARGAIN SQUARES
SI New Dress Qooda Mohairs,
etamlnes. Panamas, 4 to
Regular 7Sc Dresa Oooda In 4 to
8 yard lengths, every j)C
color, black and cream, JJ
at. Vaa,lf1 - . ....... . . .
Imported Travelers' Sample left over from our great sale have
been selling at 3Ao each Friday, main floor, at, yard 2
7 yard, and wide
wld
Tdths, at, yard.
49c
Grand Sale of REMNANTS
We hare thousands of yards of remnants left from
soles during the past two weet these goods are from
l'embrook stock and are tne Tery nnesi iaurica.
in the Basement
our Immense
the Bweetser-
5c
Fine French Olnghama woven dots
- -for shirt waist suits, M
worth 25o yard fl oC
at, yard
Satin Stripe Lawns and Fine Ba
tlstes light and dark 1
25o values, at, II oC
yard
40-Inch India Unon-ln remnants
worth 19 cents yard '
Friday, at, per
yard
36-Inch Bleached Muallo and Long
Cloth regular 10-cent Zl
grade at, per 2C
yard
AH the Remainder of Our Great Stock of Graniteware In
cluding coffee pots, tea pots, inuflin pans, etc. , C p
actually worth 75c each Friday in basement, ealJl
a T.ki. n.milc-ln Itf to 3 I Fine Round Thread Art Linen
yard lengths, worth up to C -
Moyard, go at, yard
Linen Toweling U to 2 yard
lengths worth 12o yard, H I
at, remnant 2V
REMNANTS OF SILKS KS,
ii ... ..A- f nUin m.nA fancv silk for fauoy work trimming
' - r r n m
ZCOC-1UC-10C
nill Ends of Fine White riercerized
Waistlngs many worth K
35o yard, at, per !
yard
mil Ends of Light Shirting Prints
eight-cent quality
will go at, per f
yard
36-Inch Percales Light and dark
12io grade, long T
lengths-at, per JoC
yard M
10.000 Yards Scotch Chambray
ainghama dress styles,
12i o grade, at, per
yard
suitable (or doylies, center pieces
eto. worth up to 7ao yara, ; .
at, remnant. C
Dress Ooods Pieces, Basem'tl
all kinds, per piece
they all go according to size.
at, each
Shirt waist silks, fancy taffetas, Ivju
tslenes, etc., lining taffetas, prettr
foulards, 8. P. wholesale ztOc
price, 860 yd., at, yard -ww
EMBROIDERIES Fine lots of em
broideries, Insertlngs, and gmlloona
special at THe and lihia a yard.
Black silk remnants H4 to 10 yards,
all widths also peau de soles
4 and 6 vards lengths at half their
values.
LACES- Fine wash laces, In va
riety of widths-worth up to Ko a
yard, at 6c, lOo, 15o a yard.
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M U. ZM 'At)
BOYS' CLOTHING
At Extra Bargains on Friday.
Knee Pants Suits $1.45
for bo 78
45
Norfolks and double- Breasted styles
ages 3 to 15 made of good, strong
casslmeres and cheviots stoutly
made for boys rough and tumble
wear at
siS Washable Sailor Suits 45c
Wash Suits THAT WILL WASH
English galeteas, French ging
ham, etc.. sDlendldlv trimmed.
sailor styles, worth up to $1.25, at
Better gratfrs at 75c, 08c and $1.60.
Little Fellows' Furnishings
Boys' blue and fancy calico iSc
Waists., regular 20o values..... aw
V
145 c
Boys' Shirt WalsU, to 14 fJQc
yis., worth up to 75c, 8d floor"::rw
Boys' Knee Pants, strong wool ma
terials, worth to 60c t9C
Boys' blue Brownie Overalls 22c
fine for vacation, at
2So Wash Knee Pants, ages iftn
i to 10 worth 25c at ivw
IN BASEMENT 1,300 PAIRS MEN'S
BLUE CHEVIOT PANTS A QQ
. SNAP FOR WORKWOMEN.
tributlng another Madlgan story. There
will be stories also by Margaret Deland,
Bertha Runkle and Qouverneur Morris.
Above books at lowest retail prices.
Matthews, 123 South Fifteenth street.
Marriage Licenses.
Up to noon June 9 the following couples
had been licensed to weds
Name and Address. Age.
Anton Suelske, South Omaha 2
Mary Koucek. South Omaha..... 21
Henry J. C. Gerland, Pueblo, Col 16
Henrietta Hamann, Omaha 26
Albert C. Wood, Omaha JT
Dora Gets, Council Blurts 23
Rlmhold B. Uene, Kansas City JO
Tlllle Thorson, Omaha i
Dell O. Richmond, St. John. Mich 14
Maude A. Brown, Council Bluffs 4
18-K. Wedding Rings. Xdaolm. Jeweler.
MRS. J. BENSON
Special Values in Muslirv
UNDERWEAR
Oowns, good material, length and width, em
broidered and hemstitched trimmed, f8c
In better goods, prcttleat styles ever shown.
See tbe tucked, hemstitched and ruffled Draw
ers we are showing for 2.V, All the best goods
that are made from this price up.
Our Une of White Skirts Is very beautiful, ,
and at such reasonable prlcfs.
We are showing tbe newest and prettlettt
makes in Cornet Covers.
20 doien Corset Covers to be cloHed out at
a bargain 15c for Corset Covers that sold at 25c
and 3ic 25c for some that sold for 50c
Store Closes 1 to 4 P. M.
NO NEW DOWN TOWN PAVING
City Attorney Bees No Chance foi Re
Newed Business Streets
This Tear.
"The prospects look as though we shall
have no new paving this year, except that
around Hanscora park, which Is to be paid
for direct by the city and not taxed to
abutting property owners," said City At
torney Wright "It Is now so late In the
year that hearings on Injunctions 'to tie
up paving cannot be had until fall, and
by the time they are settled it Is likely
cold weather will have set In. Under the
present conditions restraining orders are
bound to follow from one side or the other.
"The visit of J. Fred Warren, the head
of the bltullthlo Interests, has not resulted
In anything hopeful In the paving situa
tion. Mr. Warren Is engaged In a national
light with the Barber Asphalt company,
and while he has been playing a losing
game In Omaha, yet he has won out In
New York. There has not been a foot of
bltullthlo paving put down In this city,
nor Is there any Immediate chance for any,
but Mr. Warren has become associated with
John Grant, an asphalt man, and through
him tbe Nebraska Bltullthlo company Is
competing for asphalt work !re."
AGED COUPLE IS MARRIED
sa
of
Eighty and Bride
eveaty-Sevea Oaptared
by Cupid.
A widower for fifty years and a widow
for thirty, the former SO and the lattur 77
years of age. Dr. William Kirk, giving
his home as Omaha, nd Mrs. Iaura D.
Wayman of Crete were married at Lincoln
Wednesday by County Judge Waters and
will reelde at Omaha.
. Mrs. Anderson of Turk, sged 67, daughter
of the bride and the mother of four mar
ried sons, witnessed tbe ceremony.
From tbe expression of tbe bride It was
Green Trading Stamps Every Time
Gee! Dis Decoration is Great!
The latest of the catchy series of
pictures you have to see it to ap
preciate it fact. T) C p
at, each
And $1 in Little Green Stickers thrown in.
ART DEPARTMENT.
o)Eui
Nebraska's Semi
centennial Cele
bration Happens
Friday.
To give our employes an
opportunity to Bee the civic
parade and take part in the
exercises, this store will
be closed from 1 to 4
o'clock Friday after
noon. Business will be promptly
resumed at 4 p. m.
The Bennett Company.
Wall Pper
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE IN
WALL PAPER ALL THIS WEEK.
ALL SPRING GOODS AT ONE
HALF OP ACTUAL VALUE.
THIRD FLOOR.
Flowers
for Everybody
Ten Thousand Flow
ers for Friday.
Five thousand
Carnations,
dozen
Five thous
and Roses,
dozen
S5c
20c
Now! Get In! The Semi
centennial parade demands
that you look gay buy flow
ers for the parade, and buy
again for the evening exer
cises. Grocery Dept., Basement
Wash Goods at Bennett's
The greatest of all bargain giving festivals
will take place at Bennett's Wash Goods
Dept., on Friday morning and will con
tinue until Saturday night at 10 o'clock.
2c
Thousands of pieces of beautiful wash goods Just re
ceived from the Sweetser-rembrook sale.
1,000 pieces FINE IMPORTED WASH
GOODS at, yard ,
This immense assortment consists of beautiful floral French
organdies, imported floral voiles, some very new silk tis
sues and a big lot of suitings goods in this big collec
tion worth to 50c a yard 11
for the'fjreat two day's saleonly, yard .16 2
Ladies9 Neckwear for Saturday
An immense purchase of manufacturers' samples of la
dies' neckwear, will be sold on Saturday at 25c on the dol
lar. Full, particulars in Friday evening and Saturday
morning papers. '
Crockery
Crockery And Sheets of
Little Green Stickers
thrown In.
Pint Mason Fruit
Jars complete with
caps and rubbers,
per doien
45c
And 2.00 in Llttls
Green Stickers.
Common open Jelly
Tumblers dosen
22c
With $2.00 In Litt.
Green Stickers..
100 pieces English
Underglased Deco
rated Dinner Sets
8 color for
$4.98
tie Green Stickers.
With 1100.00 In Lit-
HAVILAND CO'a CUPS . AND
SAUCERS AND BREAKFAST
PLATES apple blossom decorations
on Hanson shape with sold 20c
handles, each i-w
26 per cent discount on all White
China Vases and Plates (except
Havlland) on presentation of this
coupon. You must brlns; coupon
with you.
SECOND FLOOR.
GROCERY
Money saving; sales all the time In
our grocery.
ill! 1
rivsisiit i
Hi
IS
S3 worth Green Trad
ing Stamps with
each half pound
Bennett's ' 'XAo
Capitol Tea ..-
$1 worth Green Trad
ing; Stamps with
each pound New
York Cream OHp
...
Cheese
fl worth Green Trading-
Stamps with
each pound Evap
orated tr
w
Pears.
fl worth Green Trad
ing Stamps with
each can Holland
Imported
Sardines .
15c
H worth Green Trad
ing Stamps with
pkgs. Uneeda f En
Biscuits
Candy Department
Another Sensation
A new departure In confections. Peach
Marshmallows Just received -eg"
from D. J. O'Brien Co. IOC
per pound
FRIDAY ONLY.
Green Trading Stamps Every Time
WE CLOSE
from i to P. M
FRIDAY,
rtJ
Jll
TUB RELUBLB ITORB.
WE CLOSE
from 1 fa 4 P. M
FRIDAY.
Friday is Remnant Day in Omaha's Greatest
Domestic Room.
i
NEVER BEFORE HAS SUCH AN AS SORTMENT OF FINE- REMNANTS BEEN
DISPLAYED IN THIS CITY. THE PRICES ASKED ARE BELOW ANY EVIuR
BEFORE ATTEMPTED.
ALL THE FINE REMNANTS OF WASH GOODS. GINGHAMS, WHITE) OOOD8,
LINENS, ETC., FROM THE SWEETPBK -PEMBROOK STOCK-WILL BE ON
SALE ON OUR COMMODIOUS BARGAIN COUNTERS. CME EARLY AND SE
CURE THE BEST.
Remnants of lawn, dimities and
worth up to lc
at
Full Standard prints-
worth b4o at .....,
15o linen suitings
at
19o percale, M Inches wide
at
&o piques, 84 Inches wide
st -. -
Ko ox fori suitings good, long
pieces at
12V4o Scotch ginghams
at
CHo shirting prints
at
$1.00. S2.00 and D M wool
aress goous at ...
batistes,
. ..Uc
,.22c
....5c
5c
5c
....74c
. ...Sc
..3Jc
... 23c
j Simpson's black satins ,
5c
15o
at
20o drens duck and
dress pique at .
J2-lnch extra heavy German Rn
blue calico at
GOODS IN TUB TIECE.
15o, 12Hc and lOo Wash QQ
goods at "JL,
15o, 9n and 2So wash 7iC
goods will go st "
2fK l and 60o wash IOC
goods-at -VETS:
at 89o, 79o 450
and up to
Hammocks, at all prices 7.50
up to, each ; '?''' . .
Come and examine other bargains too
numerous to mention.
Bia Remnant Sale Friday in Our Linen and
Domestic Dept.
Bleached and unbleached muslin, long
mill ends, regular Ho to 10c gc
on sale Friday, at, yard
IS yards bleached muslin j QQ
regular 8"o lor .........
Bleached Atlantic sheeting, i yards wide,
sold regularly for S6o 24C
on sale for, yard
Mercerised lunch cloths nd stand covers,
8Hx3 and 36x44. regular 11.00 4Qc
on special sale Friday, at
Fringed napkins, large else, big AQn
bargain at, per doien : .
A big square of table linen remnants. In
sixes from ltt to yard lengths, at leas
than cost.
Flannel Department.
Remnants of loo, 80 Inches wld. O i C 1 IVS? JEi'JaTd . 5C
cotton flannel, at, yard -St white wool flannel, at, ard
Remnants of 18o, drapery denims, gg
at, yard
25c Applique, 7ic
Friday a. to., we place on sale 600 pieces
Or new applique pmnmiutriw, mnmum
edge headings, medallons, etc., 7C
worth 15c to 26o yard, at as.
35o VENETIAN Qc
LACKS at
35c Wash Laces, 5c
1,000 bolt of the finest wash laces, with
,.5c
' Inserting to match, worth
i5e to 36o yard at
I $1.00 VENETIAN
I LACES at ....... . .
Wholesale Grocery, Hardware and
Crockery Prices.
Trading Stamps Absolutely Free.
Jeltn'O. tikar
Good Japan rice, pound
The best macaroni pa .
Large sacks white or yellow com meal.
1-lb. cans fancy Alaska salmon
n.llnn rn fancv aDnles
Large bottles fancy pickles, any
kind you want
Large bottles pure tomato catsup ...
-ID. cans pouea nam
-lh. cans deviled ham
8-lb. cans solid packed tomatoes
$-lb. can Boeton baked beans
8-lb. -can: golden pumpkin.......
1-lb. pkg. mincemeat .'.
8-lb. can fancy sliced pineapple
Large cailiorma prunes, iu ,
Fancy New York ring apples, lb .......
Fancy California seedless raisins, lb .
London layer muscatel raisins, lb ...
English cleaned currants, lb
oiiTmi BUTTER RITTTER
Fancy Separator creamery butter, lb..:
The very best new grass butter, lo ...
Good country butter for family .. 184
Choice country butter for cooking, lb
itsti itritiT RPKOIALB 19 .
Large Juicy seedless lemons, doseo Jr.
juicy
Hallo
.va.tj a DDcntir. PAR FRTnAT
Extra fine hand painted, stippled, gold
flnlsh chop trays, French bowls, salad
diahes, cake plates and water pitchers
these are regular $1.60 values- .
tomorrow ii. -60
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT y. .
8 rolls toilet paper JOo
5-pce. table set,' fancy marts .... ,....i9o
8-drawe spice cases o
Dover egg beater i...., ...
8 large boxes tooth picks for .10o
14-Inch rubber garden hose (Ho
Garden rakes, 18 tins ....MSo
Hardwood adjustabl screens ........ BHo
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on o
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PORTLAND
AORTHWESt
WITHOUT CHANCE
union PACIFIC
This route gives you 200 miles along
the matchless Columbia River, a great
part of the distance the trains running
bo close to the river that one can look from
the car window almost directly into the water.
Two Through Trains Daily
With Accommodations for all Classes , '
of Passengers
SHORTEST LINE FASTEST TIME
Inquire at
CITY TICKET OFTFICE,
i lion 816. 134 K AIM AM STREBT.
sf T
20 Per Gent Discount on Suit Gases and Grips
When you go to St. Louis or take your vacation don't
carry a cheap or wornout grip or suit case, when we sell
you the best for such a low price. We also have a complete
11 ue of high grade trunks at prices that will save you money.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
Send for Catalogue. 1209 Far nam St.
BOUGHT IT YET?
" We mean the graduating gift. No nicer goods than
ours. A Chatelaine Watch, ladles' or rent's, $16. We have
finer cases ana movemenis inr verv nine niure, iu
Krooches, $3.W up. Gold Cult Buttons, $3 80 up. Fancy
Stone Kings, $2.UI up. A good Fountain Fen, II, $1.26 and
$1.50. Spend a few minutes In our store. Look for the nsmi
S. W. Lindsay, Jeweler.
1516 Douglas St.
not her fault that she remained a widow
for a third of a century, for she told those
In the court room. Just after the marriage,
that In the last thirty years fifty chances
of wedlock had presented themselves to
her, but that all had been summarily re
jected until It came to that of Dr. Kirk,
whom she had known for many years.
The Slaaai of Distress.
Whites of eyes and skin yellow show Hver
trouble and laundloe. Dr. King's New Life
Pills curs or no pay. Only 86c For
by Kuba at Co.
oaks' NVbWM sm thaa
(trwvuwsl Crwsa MS tla
aC W ess else tartssi aaty mi
tmblfsfee.
BARKALOW BROS.
TsJ. U22M. U12 Fansaav M
For Menstrual Suppression
SZ PEN -TAN-GOT
SI . ku I ka MMUvultklMmut
BlMMMll Com be. sUMtHS Sim. t Mesa
Toilet Ware Rednced
.s A rmK fisVtal .
that wV?lU sell at half pries. This sale lasts for one
week.
jaza AND DOUGiAw jj. wv"r-',,, ';
TTwanrtgianr
rrmnwaamnni,
Diamonds
Diamonds
I
l5T-aD0DCE.
Diamonds
Diamonds T
Special Sale
of
Ladies' Watches
imall O nlse. Oold Filled Hunting
Case, wsrranted 2U years, 'lUH
with Elgin or Waltham. 1 ZOU
. niurr will makb a ooouv
GKADUATION i'HtENT Z
Brown & Borstieim,
JEWELERS, 3 8. 1TU ST.
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