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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: RATUBPAY, MARCII 30, 1907.
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One of' the finest Clothing Departments to be found in
Nebraska. The New Daylight Store, after the most careful
consideration, has adopted the Princeton clothes Miller
made, strictly up-to-date, and has no superior in style, fit
and workmanship, and reasonably priced. The materials
used in the manufacture of these garments are the best 'the
world affords as also is the designers. The name and fame
of Princeton clothes Miller made is an absolute insur
ance against deception. We do not seek to blind your judg
ment with foolish figures, but whoever wants a good suit at
this 6as6n from $10 up to $30 "with plenty of interme
diate prices" will find by a visit to this new department
that here at O'D., R. & N. Co.'s are the best opportunities in
town. On exhibition in 16th st. window.
The Man Who Knows
Ladies' Easter Suit Sale
The crowning effort to our phenomenal suit
business will be centered on a great 25
suit sale Saturday, which will mean a
saving to' you of 7.60 to $10.00. Hand
somely tailored garments, in dainty
checked and striped Panamas, plain light
weight materials, black Voiles, new, ex
clusive styles, In rpe effects, fancy
pleated Skirts suits that were $32.60,
$36.00 and $37.60, Saturday. .$25.00
Children's Spring Coat
Sale at 9Sc
75 Coats, ages 2 to 5 years, mixed cloths,
tan, blue, red and brown Broadcloths and
several black Silk Coats, white satin lined.
We will put them on sale Saturday at two
prices to make quick selling. Coats that
sold at $6.00, $6.60, $6.00, $6.60, go Sat
urday at 31.48
Coats that were $3.60, $8.96. $4.60 and
$4.96, go Saturday at, each 98
Grand Cravenette Pur
chase A lucky purchase of Cravenette right at
the helghth of their season enables us to
give you the greatest bargain In these
most serviceable new spring garments, in
London makes of tans and greys, ever
offered in Omaha. Coats that would sell
at $26.00, Saturday $18.50
Coats that would sell at $16.60, Satur
Coats that would sell at $14.60, Satur
One of the new models will bring out
the graceful lines in that new Easter suit.
Complete lines ot the best and most fav
ored makes, from $8.50 to $J.0
Experienced Corsetiere in attendance.
Special Gloves for Easter
Silk Gloves Extra quality fine silk glove,
in black and white, .12, 16 and 20-button
lengths, $2, $1.76. $1.60 and $1.25
Big assortment of Short Silk Gloves, In
black, white and colors, from, pair, $1.26
down to 50
$1.30 Kid Gloves for only 98c Fine Vir
ginia Real Kid Gloves, in broken sizes
and colors, the very best $1.60 glove; if
we have your size left they will only cost
you Saturday 08J
BOO doaen 16-button Whit Kid Glove that
are worth $3.60 a pair Saturday, while
they last $2.48
Fidelia, Lorne, Iiefi The very finest grade
12 and 16-button Kid Gloves, in blacks
and colors, at, pair, $4.00, $3.75'. $3.50
Beautiful Easter Neck
wear Pretty new Neck Ruffs, suitable for street
and evening wear, at $10, $6.75. .$2.75
Ostrich Feather Boa Black, black and
white, blue and white, at Bpeclal prices,
from $25.00 to $7.50
Lingerie Bolero Jackets Made of the fin
est batiste, daintily trimmed with lace
and hand embroidery, each, for $12.60
500 dozen fine Linen Collar and Cuff Nets,
fancy embroidered and lace trimmed, an
exquisite assortment,, a set, $1.00, 75c,
60c and 25
Ladles' Fine Stock Collars Grand Easter
assortment or fine Stock Collars, in al)
the very late spring effects, at, each, $1,
60c and . . . . 25
800 dozen fine Turnover Collars, very
sheer and dainty and hand made we
mark them Saturday special, at, each, 60c,
26c, 10c and . . . . 5
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For Easter Saturday
While fashionable Omaha is looking to us for the most beautiful Millinery, we
wish those who buy less expensive hats to realize that we are not slighting their
wants in the least degree. In fact, we give very special attention" to the medium
grades of Millinery. The best ideas of our high grades. See our elegant Pattern Op"
Hats at $12.00, $10-00 and $7-50 fffd , t$fc
"The Talk of Omaha". Our $4.95 Hat
Tomorrow we offer a special lot of Trimmed Hats, prepared expressly for Easter. -'Among them are some
of the season's most exquisite effects, in the new Flower, Mushrooms and Bonnets. These hats contain the
qualities and style that other stores generally ask $7.50 and $8.50 for. These are the finest array of Ilats
ever presented at , .. , $4.95
A charming assemblage of Trimmed Hats at $1.49-$1.95-$2.95-$3.95
Children's Hats Several hundred pretty Hats for children, in Leghorns, Milans and Panama Braids,-trimmed
with silk ribbons and flowers, at 69-$1.49.$1.95-$2.95 and $5.00
1000 Pieces New 10c
SATURDAY IN BASEMENT.
A mighty spot cash transaction direct with
the manufacturers of the new "Brydon
Zephyr Ginghams," a one thousand piece
purchase, being the most gigantic in
Omaua. The deal was made several
months ago wKen prices were low. THie
magnitude of the purchase (1,000 pes!)
gave us sharp price concessions on the
then low Quotations; a fact which enables
us to give this sale now cheaper than a
month ago. A crowd will attend, but we
have arranged to have all waited upon
promptly and the quantity is not limited
buy all you want 5
Post Card Kale SOO Tost Cards go on sale
Saturday morning at
2 for worth 5c and 2 for 5
Easter Shoe Values
Our Big Saturday Specials 300 Oxfords
Ladles' Patent Colt Oxfords, plain and cap
toe, all lasts, $3.00 values, for. . .$1.08
See 16th st. window display.
Youths" Calf Shoes, Saturday 98
Boys' Calf Shoes Saturday 81.19
Ladies' Patent Tailor-made Oxfords. .3
Jenness Miller Patent Colt Oxfords.jg3.50
Beautiful Veils and Veil
ings for Easter
Magnificent Lace Veil Drapery, 1H yards
In length, in brown, .blue, grey, green,
white and black, at, each, $2.76 down
Chiffon Veils Special lot of fine chiffon
veils, In 3-yard and 1-yard lengths, in
all the favorite spring colorings; $1.26
value, Saturday 08
75c values, Saturday 49
Dainty Face ' Veilings Exquisite assort
ment of fine Face Veilings, neat meshes
and strictly upto-date creations, especially
selected, yard, 50c, 35c and 25J
Housewife's Special for
Large 17-qt, Tin Dish Tans, 25c values
4-qt. Tin Pudding Pans, 10c values for.4
Extension Rods, brass, 15c values 5
Fancy Waste Baskets, $1.95 down to.25
Teddy Bears, new stock just in, $6.95
Toys, Balls, Marbles, Tops, Fishing
Tackle, Jumping Ropes and Jacks for the
hoys and girls.
Saturday in Our New
FREE FREE -. FREE
200 cans of Wedgewood Coffe given abso
lutely free to the first 200 ladies (not
connected with the store) visiting our
grocery. Saturday we will give one can ot
high grade Coffee FREK. No purchase
necessary to secure this offer. Come early;
Teas of any kind, up from, pound. . . .40
Tetley's Teas, in cans, up from . . . . .55
And one 10c pkg. of Daylight Pure Spice
12 bars of Laundry Soap for only. .25
16-oz. pkg. Seeded RaUins, usual at 16c;
our price M0
10c Head Rice, for only, pound. .... .45
4 pkgs. Uneeda Biscuits for 15
ORANGES ORANGES ORANGES
40c Navel Oranges for, doz .25
25c Lemons, doz... 15
Small sized Lemons, doz.. 10
Strawberries, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Cu
cumbers, New Potatoes, Parsley, Onions,
etc., etc., at lowest prices.
Easter Novel tiee at cost prices, such aa
Chickens, Rabbits, Egg, etc., to every
child under 6 years, accompanied with
parents, coming to see us. y . ,
On Saturday afternoon we will sell fresh
country eggs, In carton boxes at, doz. 1(3
Best to avoid disappointment. Pur
chasers will have to make their own do-
BRYAN ON RAILROAD ISSUES
Hebranksn in Favor of Herniation by
National and Etats Government
PUBLIC OWNERSHIP ULTIMATE SOLUTION
lie Bar There la No Disposi
tion to Coilicttt Property and
that Comrti Woald Not
BOSTON, March 29. H. M. Whitney, a
jrromlnent Maasachunetta democrat, tonight
made public a letter he had Just received
from -William J. Bryan, dealing- with the
railroad question. It follows in part:
I am In favor of both national and atate
regulation and I alao believe that publlo
ownership la the ultimate aolutlon of the
railroad question. In my discussions I
have pointed out that because of the
danger of centralization in ownership by
the federal government of all the llnca. I
refer a aystem in which the federal gov
ernment will be confined to the necessary
trunk line and the ownership of the
rest of the Ilnea be left to the atatea.
Aa an advocate of regulation Gf the
Strictest sort, I can eay to you that there
la no danger whatever that this regulation
will be carried to the point of preventing
reasonable return on money Inveated In
the railroads of the country, and I alao
asaure you that whenever public ownership
Is adopted by the atatea or by the nation,
the stockholders may expect to receive a
price at least equal to the value of the
physical properties of the road, but no
such assurance ought to be necesa&ry be
cause the public has shown no disposition
to reduce railroad earnings to a point which
would deny a reasonable return.
Waata Railroads Appraised.
I have contended that the present value
of the railroads should be aacertalned bv
the Interatate Commerce commission and
the commissions of the various states In
order that Investors may know when they
are buying stock of Intrinsic value and
wnen mey are Peine; cheated.
As long aa promoters are permitted to
use aiocK mm aoes not represent real
value thtro 111 nut be fluctuation in the stock
market, for every disclosure of bad rail
road management necessarily attecta the
Value of stocks.
The atock holders, therefore, who desire
to purchase for legitimate Investment
luould have as much interest aa the pa-
trona In reducing the railroad business to
an honeal basis, but the railroads) th.ua
fur have prevented the pemage o fa law
autnorninjt trie interstate Commerce com
mission tlxjng the value of the roads.
Wlien me value ot the roods Is ascer
tained I am satisfied that public sentiment
will maun mat toe returns shall be auttl
clent to pay a reasonable, dividend upon the
iitKwy invested. 1 should say that any
maximum rate ror this dividend fixed by
the people should be a little higher than
the rate nxed by competition in the pur
chane of atock. If, for Instance, stock
which pays a 4 per cent dividend can be
Bold at par, a maximum dividend ought to
be enough above that to provide for poe
aible fluctuations In T)UJpne. If it re
qulrea a & per cent dividend to make atock
sell at par, then the maximum dividend
ountampliiled by legislation should be above
6 per cent, or per cent.
Confiscation Is Improbable.
' In case the states or nation should desire
to enter upon public ownership of the roads
there would be no disposition to confiscate
the property. .
I am satisfied that in the purchase of
roads the public would be much more apt
to pay more than the roada are worth than
I think I can apeak for those who believe
in regulation and 1 know there Is not and
never haa been danger of injustice to the
owners of the railroads, .and If I can speak
for thoae who believe that the ultimate
aolutlon of the rallroai question la to be
found in publlo ownership I can say there
1h no disposition to confiscate railroad
property, even If the courts would permit
GUATEMALA NOT IN THE WAR
Proffer of Good Offlcee for Peace
All it Haa Doss la
NEW YORK, March 2D. R. Bengoechea,
consul general of Guatemala, received to
day the following dispatch dated March
22, from the aocretary of state of Guatemala:
Correct the newa given by the Dress.
Guatemala haa In no way whatever inter
posed llseir in me present fentral Amer
ican conflict, except to proffer lta good
offices for peace.
Oliver Typewriter Sues Trnst.
NEW YORK, March 28. (Special Tele
gram.) Suit was begun today in the
United Statea court of Chicago against
the American Writing Machine company,
one of the underlying companies of the to-
called Typewriter trust, for injunction to
restrain the Typewriter exchange, another
of the so-called trust companies, from dr
culatlng advertisements about the Oliver
typewriter, which the complainants declare
to be misrepresentations. Illegitimate meth
ods of competing with the Oliver Type
writer company are alleged in the bill of
Edmeattoaal Conference Opens.
CHICAGO, March 2. Two hundred dele
gates were present at the convention of
the North Central Association of Colleges
and Secondary Behools. which began here
today. Papers were read by Prof. Charlea
A. Bennett of Peoria and othera. Presi
dent Judston of the University of Illinois
delivered an address In the afternoon.
DIAMONDS Frenier, Uth ap. Dodge.
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The Packard needs no brass band
accompaniment It wins its way on
merit alone, and is content to do so.
The verdict of those who wear this
shoe is its most valuable advertising
asset Genuine worth, like truth, is
a permanent quality.
SU at SJ.50 $4.00 fS.00 in aO striae
If your dealer does not carry tha '
Packard Shoe, write us for Catalogs
and name of nearest dealer who
M. A. PACKARD CO.,
FIRE IN MINE CONTINUES
FomeiUks Force Eai Difficulty in Eeach-
icr Flames Under Qrsind. .
REGULAR WORK OF MINE PROCEEDS
While Strennona Efforts Are Being-
Made to Curb Fire Ko Saa
peaaloa of Mllla la
LEJAD. B. D.. March 29. Special.) Fire
still burns todays In the Homestake mine,
but . efforts of the flre-flghters are mote
auccesaful aa a definite and systematic
campaign la being carried on against tho
A force la laying pipe on the 600-foot
level and the - timber gang la putting in
bulkheads. A two-inch compressed air line
and four-inch water pipe are being laid.
The number of men overcome by goa la less
because of the conservative, systematic
plan of work formulated. Water which
has been turned In the open cut waa ahut
oit last evening and the attack being
planned from below on the 600-foot level.
Work on levela below the fire haa been
carried on In parts of the mine and ore
trains have worked incessantly night and
day carrying .rock to mills. None of the
mllla la shut down and the Homestake
company la planning on keeping the mine
in operation. It can eaelly keep the supply
coming out aa stopea are already worked
up and ready for loading.
The loyalty ahown by Homestake em
ployes speaks well for the treatment ac
corded them in the aervlce of the company.
Rubber boota, macklntoshea, blanketa and
everything needed by the fire flghtera have
been generously donated from the Hearst
atore. Lunch Is served all night in dry
rooms and free to all.
Oaaea are coming out of the hlgli land. A
few men went down last night for medicine,
aa many are knocked out, but the hospital
la almoat free from patienta.
Men Icora Dancer.
Some of the trouble with the men, la that
they are too brave and have to be watched.
The work la very dangeroue In ' the lower
stopea and therefore a check up is made
and If any brave fellowa are not with
their companiona they are located and
brought to dry rooms and treated by the
company doctor. The cage men are having
a hard taak before them, gasea which come
up the abaft are very sickening and In
order to insure safety two men Instead of
the tegular one are placed on each cage.
A complete summing up of altuatlon this
morning ahowed that the air and water
plpea were turned around the aecond
corner in the shaft, which la said to be
about ninety-five feet from the atope, where
the fire la burning. The alze of the atope
where the fire ragea la about 275 feet east
and weat, sixty feet north and south and
about 100 feet In height. In thla atope there
la about 1.860,000 feet of waste and Umber
and tbia la the place that firemen are try
ing to reach.
Pipe laying la still going on arid brattic
lng to foroe air out la almotx completed
by timber men. Ten pounds pressure la
on air pipaa now and water ready turn
Into the water plpea. The. men expect to
attack the Ore from below tonight.
weighed seventy pounds,
for flah in Vermilion.
It la a good week
1' Debates at Vermilion.
VERMILJON, g. D., March 29.-The de
bate "with Iowa , university to be held in
Vermilion will occur on April M. It was
planned to hold the forensic contest be
tween the two unlveraltlea a little earlier,
but Iowa asked for more time, and It waa
granted. South Dakota haa the negative
of the open ahop question. The debate
with Dakota Wesleyan on municipal owner
ship will also be held in Vermilion, the
date being May 10. The judges for the two
debates have not yet been definitely de
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
Quaint and Cnrloaa Feat a res of Life
la m Rapldlr Growing
The "King's highway" may have a new
meaning In Nebraska after the road drag
completes Its work.
The "aale season" having ended Ne
braska farmers can be certain of their
neighbors for another twelve months.
Reports from the Peru coal mine show
that the alleged "trust" need not move out
of the state thla year, but Nemaha county
can boycott it
Disaster la not without compensation.
Farmers compelled to move from high
water in Cedar county are now eating cat
fish stranded on the banks.
nlng races and getting into mischief, but
you rnuat not by any meane do any work.
Smoldl Fights a Goose William Smoldt
has been In trouble again. The other day
he waa washing his buggy (the new one,
built for two). While buaily engaged in
hla work a gander who waa cruising
around, got Into hla bucket of water and
proceeded to take a bath. Thls made Wil
lie mad and he and the gander proceeded
to "mix thlnga" a little, and now he needs
a new pair of trousers. We understand
that there Is a probability of the goose
being Bold to Frank Kirch, the butcher.
"Germany" Correspondent Beemer Times.
BRYAN SPEAKS IN TEXAS
Nebraska Addresses Both nouses of
Lerlalatnre and Students of
AUSTIN, Tex.. March 29. William Jen
nings Bryan spoke tonight in the hall of
the house of reprenentatlvea, at the Invita
tion of the Texas legislature, discussing na
tional issues. Mr. Bryan spoke at the Uni
versity of Texaa today, confining his re
marks to higher educational matters.
Piles Cored la 6 to 14 Day a.
Paio Ointment will cure any caaes of
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protudlng piles.
At all druggists 60 cents.
DR. HAMILTON TO TESTIFY
) (Continued from First Page.)
Should thla prove to be so, I think the
case should go to the ury late Thursday
or Friday morning."
Lawyer O'Reilly, who vlalted Thaw at
the Tombs today, later said that , the de
fendant waa In unusually good spirits. He
added: "I feel confident that the commls
alon In lunacy will work all day tomorrow
and be so near through their examination
by Monday that they can hand their find
ing to Judge Fltigerald on that day. The
trial can be resumed by Tueeday and I
expect the caae will go to the Jury by Fri
day of next week."
Only One "Bromo Quinta."
That la Laxative Bromo Quinine. Simi
larly named remedlea aometlmea deceive.
The first and original Cold Tablet Is a white
package with black and red lettering and
bears the signature of B5. W. GROVE. ' 260.
E. W. Grove's signature la on each box. 28a.
Sidney Salisbury Dlea.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 29 Sidney Sal
isbury, son of Monroe Salisbury, the well
known horseman, and a former society
leader In thla city, died today, having com
mitted suicide by area asphyxiation. He
waa found unconacloua late laat night In a
bathing house with a tube connecting with 1
an open gaa Jet In hla mouth. Bvery er
fort waa made to revive him. Despondency
is assigned as the cause.
Tuesday will aettle the contest between
the "weta" and "drya" for another year,
but subsequent court coats will show the
efllcienoy of the "settlement."
ratflsa Are Stranded.
VERMILION, S. D.. March 2. Real
dents living along the Missouri river have
been having lota of sport the past few
daya. During the recent overflow many
large catfish got out Into the alougha and
low apota. When the waters receded they
failed to get away. Now the alougha art
draining off fast and many large channel
catfish are to be seen. Dan Doan. who
waa reported drowned, but subsequently
turned up all right, brought a catfish to
town the first of the week that weighed
eighty-seven pounda, and yeeterday, Joe
Graua lajwuocd eue with rope that
Showa Sterling Qualities Walter Loghry
picked 11S bushela of corn Friday between
rnuia. Walter la a hard working young
man of aterllng qualities. Weat Union Cor
respondent Broken Bow Chief.
Slgna of Spring at Fort Calhoun Hurrah
for spring! The crocuses in our garden
are in bloom, the cut-leaved sptrea In leaf
and Grandma Trimmer's baby chickens
chasing the early worm and a white but
terfly waa on the wing. Fort Calhoun Cor
respondent Blair Pilot.
Rooster Assaults Child While playing In
the yard laat Sunday evening, little Cleao,
the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mra S.
Rager, waa thrown down and "pecked"
in the eye and about the face by a rooster.
Both eye and face are In bad condition,
but It la hoped nothing aerloua will reault.
Atlanta Correspondent Holdrege Cltixen.
Cautious Fremont Man A Fremont man
spent half an hour getting Into the back
window the other night because hla wife
had Inadvertently hooked the front screen
door. The neighbors saw the man, and
the dogs apled htm sJbo. He was a big
man, and he tore hla trousers In the ex
citement, but felt lucky to escape the Jawa
of the auaplcloua doga. Fremont Herald.
The Correspondent Complalne 6ay, Mr.
Compositor, It may have been all right for
you to make Number Six aay. In alluding
to the Vlckaburg "Cltlaen." and to their
eating ot pussy and mule meat, that they
"auhalded" on the same. We very likely,
today, If compelled to accept the bill of
fare alluded to, would subside, but I meant
to atate the actual fact that they were
"subsisting" on the meat mentioned.
"Rural Rattle" In York Republican.
Aa Been at Norfolk No. children, you
can't go out to work any longer. A law
haa been pasaed by the Nebraska legisla
ture which forblda It. In the winter time
you must go to achool and in the eummer
time you muat go awlmmlng and break
window lighte and learn to amoke ciga
rettes. You must, by law, have good times
In the summer playing baae bail and run-
Special for Saturday
BETWEEN 6 AND 9i30 P. M.
We will sell WINDOW SHADES
worlh from 49c to 75c lor
MILLER, STEWART & BEATON
413-15-17 So. 16th St.
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You Can Afford it for Easter Sunday if you
Purchase at the Right Place. Open
until 10 p. m. Saturday.
PENNELL MILLINERY CO.
x 322 NORTH 16TH STREET.
About Piano Certificates
We are Informed that Omaha and the surrounding territory haa been
flooded with piano certificates for varUiua amounts. The K hmoller A
Mueller Piano Co., alwaya meeta competition, and hereby agrees to accept
these certificates on new planoa, pianolas and electric player-planoa. N'o
matter by what piano house the certificates were Issued, by bringing these
certificates to our store you can make an actual aavlng of from 126 to 1100
on a new Instrument, as our prices are firm and marked In plain flgurea, a
system radically different from th. one used by houses who mark prices up
and down to suit the occasion. Take advantage of the Brhmoller A Mu.ILrt
quality; bring your certificates, get a better piano, on easier terms, and avoid
SCUN0LLER AND MUELLER PIANO CO.
OFEBATTBTCt CTTB ITOUI AaTD A TAOTOBY.
Mala Btore 1S11 IM raraarn St. BatabUaaed 186a. Tel. Doug 13.
Sunday la Easter and we are pre
paring many novel Easter ' ideas
in special deserts of ice cream.
Eggs, natural size containing yolk;
doien, 1 $1.00
Spun Sugar Nests, In individual
sizes, dozen . 91.00
Spun Sugar Nests large size.
Small Chickens, dozen .... 91.00.
Setting Hen, Six Chickens or Eggs,
twelve portions . .92.00
Large Rabbit, 15 portions .. 92.00
Doves, dozen . 93.00
Merangues, dozen ....... .92.00
Rabbits, dozen 91. SO
Easter Lilies, dozen 93.00
Chicken Emerging from Shell,,. .'
Cross, dozen ...... .a . .92.00
Nesselrode Pudding, qt. . , .91.00
Egg Nogg, quart .......... .75c
Neopolltan Brick, quart SOc
Roman, quart 75c
Claret, quart . lOOcr0-
Jersey Ice Cream Barrels, quart
40c, pint, 20c. Take it home in
All kinds of pure Candy, Eggs,
Italian Creams, Novelties and a
beautiful display of fancy boxes;
Satin and Paper Eggs, baskets, all
filled with luscious and . dainty
Bon Bona, appropriate for Easter
U 'Phone Douglas 711.
WILL find Nlcoll's prices within
their reach. This buying In
large quantities direct, from the
mills for many stores gives us a
decided advantage which . we share
with our patrons.
We are maintaining a high stand
ard for our $25.00 suits; a higher
standard than ever before in fabric
style and workmanship.
Trnneart ; 1.(1 nits 1 9 ft CCft
tftUJAM JLRREMa' SONS,
209-1 1 80. 15th 8t. 1 ' -
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
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