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THE OMAHA' DAILY BEE: SATrKTUY. MAT '4. 1007
M Th Store That's Squam All Over'
Mm P. Maymerde. visiting Irlenrts at 915 i I
1315-17-19 FAR NAM ST.
Mll-I.KK. STKWArtT & IlKATOS'S )M) UKJATION.
MR. SALARIED MAN!
"IITK know Hint you are untler heavy expense Just now that yonr wife
' and children neetl clothing as well m yourself, anil that you ran
not conveniently nnre nil of tlie necessary rash, and for that reason, we
offer you the benefits of our liberal OPKN ACt'OlNT C'HAItOK SYSTK.M
Don't feel ashamed In buying on credit. It's foolish for you to do
so. Omaha's society and most wealthy people all have charge accounts
at the dow n-town so-called rash stores. Thev won't rredit you, IH'T WE
WILL. We offer yon (iKXF.HOlS CKEDIT BETTER TERMS AM)
LIHEKAL TREATMENT. See If you can get It elsewhere.
LADIES' SAMPLE SUITS
We purchased twenty-eight suits Thursday
from a traveling roan who sold us his sample
line. These euits would ordinarily retail for
at least 127.50. We bought them at 50c on
the dollar and will give you the benefit r.f
our purchase. These sample suits I rj j
as long as they lost for only I tea 1 5J
TAFFETA SILK SKIRTS
In tailored and ideated effects. Makes a very
0 handsome skirt. In guaranteed taffeta. Our
regular $15 models, on sale Sat- in An
u relay f r lUtUU
LADIES' SEPARATE JACKETS
In blacks and fancy mixtures, box, semi and
tight-fitting styles, many patterns In the
newest materials to select from, fa ftfl
our $8.93 Jackets, on sale Saturday. OsU U
MEN'S HAND MADE SUITS
Neat and nobby styles In this season's most at
tractive pattern. Coats that have padded
shoulders. Fronts that will keep their shape,
rants that are cut good and full, are a few of
the points about our regular $17.50 suits that
we will sell Saturday for IO CO
HEW STYLES III MEN'S HATS
In this department we carry a big assortment of
both soft and stiff shapes in all colors, Includ-
a a m
lng black. Prices range from
$3.60 down to
North Twenty-fifth avenue, reported to th
police that a F.O bill wa extracted Irom her
roll cf $40 and Harry Moon wna arrested
hy TVtectlve Heitfeld as the thief.
Hearing rirst of Siv Tui The tran
script is about rendy for filing- with the
fnlled States e)rcilt court of appeals in
the Richards and Comstock land case. The
transcript will comprise more than 4.iTi
pages of typewritten matter. R. B. Hall.
principal attorney for the defendants In
this case, said Friday morning: "We hardly
think the case will be reached before Janu
ary, 19fltt. There remains much to do In the
matter. The date for the hearing will not
be set until the briefs and transcript are
filed with the circuit coart of appeals."
j Special Assistant Attorney General Rush
I will leave for St. Paul Monday evening to
argue the appeal in me case or new ueorge
G. Ware, which is act for hearing In the
I'nlted States circuit court of appeals for
Thinks Ha Was Handed a Gold Brtok
Rarr Hanna, proprietor of ttte Merchants
restaurant at 1519 Podse street, hag bemin
suit In district court aR:(inft Ncls'it J. Ful
ler, Fred Milnnr, Joseph Skidmore, R. J.
McAllister and J. V. Hrnnett to set aside
a bill of sale for the restaurant he gave
March 19 In exchange for a half section of
land In Holt county, near Atkinson. He
declares he was deceived In the trade and
instead of getting land worth 17.040, it la
not worth mora than $1,400. He asserts the
property shown him is not the same aa that
deeded to him. He appraised his restaurant
at t'.OX) and says he gave 11.40 cash In ad
dition in the deal. He expresses the belief
that the property was tought by one of the
defendants from M. F. Harrington and
Charles I Sturdevnnt after the deal with
him was made for 1,4X and that the de
fendants made $5,000, the value of the
restaurant, clear out of the deal. He
charges a conspiracy to defraud him and
neks for an injunction to prevent the de
fendants from taking possession of the
Aggressive Club Improvers At the meet
ing of the City Federation of Improvement
Clubs held Thur5day night these officers
were elected for the ensuing year: Presi
dent, Mr. Malosie of South Side club; vice
president, Mr. Smith of Dupont club; sec
retary, E. L. Plat of Druid Hill club;
treasurer, I. P. A. Prucehert of Rlvervlcw
park. Ways and means of invoking the
use of the Initiative and referendum law
looking toward a municipal gas works
were discussed and a committee appointed
to present a form for the petition at the
next meeting. The club adopted a resolu
tion favoring the extension of car Un-?
rather than the reduction of fares at the
present time. The club adopted a resolu
tion looking to the completion of the exist
ing parks and boulevards and rest parks
before embarking upon any new projects
Along this line tha Park board was se
verely criticised for taking up so many
new projects and only haif finishing those
laid out. The federation starts out the
year with a membership of eighteen im
provement clubs, representing approxi
mately 2,ooo members, which they hope to
greatly Increase the coming year.
i.,eMSf m.m,4 .Va.t. taV mmmf i wjutmraii.1
MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS
In neat and pretty patterns of fast colors. 3ar
menta cut very full. Our regular $1 IT fin
val les c a sale Saturday JUw
BRIEF CITY NEWS.
X a ha 11 be glad to meet my friends t
the People's store.. Brantley East,.
Now Btora New goods, cfothlng for
men ' and women, hats, shoes, furniture,
carpets, draperies, stoves. Cash or credit.
Union Outfitting Co., 1S15-1T-19 Farnam,
Bar Docket for May The bar docket for
the May term of district court, which has
JiiBt been lssuod, will oontaln 1,243 cases.
Thla does not Include the criminal branch
of tho court.
Long Haul on Hick Hacks Some per
son with an unusually sweet tooth stole
alxty or eighty pounds of candy from the
pavllllon at Rlvervlcw park Thursday
night. No trace of the sweets was found.
Bom Complaints Dismissed County At
torney Kjinljsh has dismissed criminal com
plaints against John O. Fnrrell, charged
with breaking and entering; May Glbeon
and Jessie Jackson, both charged with lar
ceny from the person.
Cue of Chin Pao The appeal of Chin
Fac. Chinaman, agalnct the order of de
portation recently Issued by United States
' Commissioner Anderson will be heard be-
BftBY WASTED TO
In Torments a Year and a Half with
Terrible Sores on Face and Body
Hands Tied to Stop Scratching
. and Tearing at Flesh But
CURE BY CUTICURA
COMPLETE AND SPEEDY
"My little srn, when about a year
and a haif old began to have sore
coma out on his face. I had a phy
sician treat him, but tba sores grew worse.
Thpn they began to oome on his arms,
then on other parts of his body, and
then ona came on his chest, worse than
the others. Then I called another physi
cian, tit ill ho grew worse. At the end
of about a year and a haif of suffering
he grew so bad I had to tie his hands
in cloths at night to keep him from
scratching the tores and tearing the
fih. Us got to be a mere skelaton,
and was hardly able to walk. My
aunt advised me to try Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. Ho great was her faith
in it that she gave me a amall piece of
Cuticura Koap to try and a little
Cuticura Ointment. I took it home
without any faith, but to please her I
tried it, and it teemed to dry up tha
or. a little. I aeni to the drug store
and got a oake of Cuticura Soap and a
bo of Cuticura Ointment and followed
tho directions, and at the end of about
two month the sore were all woll. Ha
has uever had any aorea of any kind
,in? 110 ' nc strong and healthr,
and I can sincerely ear that only for
your most womicvf ul remedies my pre
cious child would have died from those
terrible sores. I used only one cake of
rvapan.l about three boxes of Ointment.
Mrs. tghert fcheidon. H. F. D., No. 1
Woodvilio, Coen., April 22, 1905."
Cured by Cuticura in Nebraska.
"I had auffered with itching pimplea
for years. At last a friend tJld me to
gt Cuticura Soap and Ouu-nent. I did
so and in threw weeUi niv face waa
entirely cured. I am so pleasud with
Cuticura liemediea that I will recom
mend thfra to other sufferer. Ura.
Florence Ixslavergue, R. K. D. No. 2
Auburn, Keb., Auf . 2S, l0d."
Onnpi tiwml ud lntml Trwlnml for
F. r l -.r .( R!e (ti. u.ru tr.4 Ad j.u ro
.! of lilti.utk Ko( :.'.: I l tha tu.a
(uiKuf (man. Mil 'C"C l 10 ltal ti. ricin ftmi
Cu'.r .rm R.- wm ifjc 1, lor in IL tuna wf chor-o-ui.
n.i-J iv p.r vji .,r to fun, u
1 't f-'4 u.rt.kri. ut tli t'uluf Druf
a ' rn i Lit' . iv. lT"i . 11
fore Judge W. H. Munger In the United
States district court Monday morning.
TeFoel Heartna Saturday The hearing
on the application of Theodore H, TePoel
for an Injunction to prevent the construc
tion of the 43outh Omuha sewers under the
second contracts let by the council will
come up for hearing before Jude Kennedy
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
Grant Paving Company The Grant rav
ing company flled articles of incorporation
with the county clerk Friday. The incor
porators are John Grant, Guy Barton
Grant, Key M. Hutton and Carl El Her
ring, and these also constitute the rtrst
board of directors. The capital stock is
Wells Woodsrd Barnam Gets Decree
Nelle Wood.ard Bnrnum has been granted a
decree of divorce from Charles El Barnum,
with K,000, payable foO a month, aJlowai.ce
aa alimony, and to provide for the care of
their two children which were given into
her custody. The decree was mado by
Xlfb Power Wire Conduits Work Is
begun by Contractor Jenson on the new
conduits for the high power wires which
are to be run from the new power plant
to the substations by the Omaha & Council
Bluffs Street Railway oompany. The first
street to be torn up la old Farnam street
at Thirteenth street.
now PTSTSBts Tleld Day High school
field day exercises scheduled for Friday
afternoon have been postponed to Wednes
day aXtornoon on account of the weather.
This athletio meet will be held for the par
ticular purpose of selecting a team to rep
resent the Omaha high school at the Inter
scholastic meet to be held on the campus
of the University of Nebraska on May 17.
Tbomaa Buys Firat Xsystona tot A. L.
Thomas, a breeder of fancy trotting horses
who has resided on the Pazton farm west
of Benson for the last eight years, has
bought the first acreage tract in Keystone
park, which was formerly the Pax ton farm,
but la now being placed on the market as
a suburban residence district. Mr. Thomas
bought tho house, a large horse barn and
fifteen acres near the oenter of the park
for $7,000 cash.
Etraia Gets Married Orvllle S. Strain,
advertising agent for the M. E. Smith &
Co. and formerly reporter on a local news
paper, and Miss Lulu M. Taylor of Arling
ton will henceforth be noted in the blue
book as Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle S. Strain.
They secured their license Friday.
Bo Auditorium Contracts Tst Members
of the executive committee of the Audi
torium held a moetlr.g Thursday afternoon
In the oftice of the chairman, F. A. Nash,
to consider the question of allowing the use
of the Auditorium for the attraction,
"Streets of Paris." It was a-so hoped to
consider bids for the completion of the roof
of the Auditorium, but all b:ds have cot
been received by Architect Latenser and
the matter waa, therefore, postponed for
Pewer Tste Ask Aid "We have only
about 100 regular applicant for assistance
on our rolla now," said Chairman F. V.
Bimpon of the Douglas County 8-Idlers'
Relief commission. "A large proportion of
these applicants are destitute soldiers'
widows. Ordinarily In the summer time
the old boys find something to do and do
not make so many calls on the commission
for help.. The list of applicants Is gradu
ally decreasing, as many of ths veterans
are dying off. We have a number of bur
ials to look after, as the law provides that
I all destitute soldiers shall be given a decent
I burial and we always take particular care
to see that they are burled decently and
Thlevsa Busy at Xotsls Hotels have
been tha particular victims cf thieves re
cently, the latest being the Windsor, Tenth
and Jackson streets, where Ed Wilson took
IX belonging to the house and $50, the
property of D. L. Holcomb, a guest, and
made away Thursday night. Several boxes
of cigars delivered to the ller Grand cigar
stand Thursday sjddenly disappeared, while
the night before someone stole a tin box
from behind the Millard hotel containing
HI. Bevtral bell boys were arresud during
ths day la connection with ths hotel theft.
WELCOME TO THE NEW PASTOR
Conregatlon of Sivedfah Lutheran
Immannel Turns Out to Greet
Rev. Adolpn Hull.
Kev. Adolph Hult. the new pastor of the
Swedish Lutheran ImmanueJ church, Nine
teenth and Cass street, was warmly wel
comed to his new charge at a reception ten
dered him at the church Thursday evening
by the members of the congregation and
ministers of the Nebraska conference. The
program for the evening waa presided over
by the retiring pastor. Rev. P. M. Llnd
berg, and an address of welcome to Omaha
and the Nebraska conference was made by
each of the ministers present. Rev. Mr.
Lindberg, Rev. C. E. Elving of Salem
Lutheran church. Rev. Mr. Bwanberg of
the Deaconness institute. Rev. Mr. Swam
bon of Wahoo, Neb., and Rev. J. V. Carl
son of the Zlon Lutheran church.
The remarks were uttered feelingly and
were responded to in like manner. A fur
ther mark of respect and promise of fealty
to the new pastor was contained In the
presentation of a large boquet of roses by
the members of the communion classes for
the last eight years, who recently held a
reunion, that period covering the term of
Rev. Mr. Llndberg's incumbency. Miss
Emma Larson making the speech of pre
sentation. The congregation also gave Rev.
Mr. Hult a small case containing $105 in
gold. The music of the evening was writ
ten by Rev. Mr. Lonnqulst of the Nebraska
conference, being a cantata In four parts,
rendered by the choir and soloists. Follow
ing the exercises, an Informal reception
with refreshments was held In the base
ment of the church.
Rev. Mr. Lindberg leaves the Immanuel
church pulpit, after occupying it for eight
years, to take up the management of the
Deaconness Institute, and his successor
comes from the English Lutheran Messiah
church at Chicago, this being his first
Swedish charge. His Initial sermon will be
preached Sunday morning.
Jap Rose transparent toilet an' oath soap
la made from the whitest, purest and best
vegetable oils oils that you can eat. Mads
hy Kirk sold by all druggists and grocers,
therefore, no legal standing.
BANQUET TO CRE'GHTON GRADS
Alumni Association of Medical Col',
leee Acts as Host to the
Class of 07.
The alumni association of the John A.
Crelghton Med!enl colleee tendered a ban
quet to the graduating class of '07 last
night at the Chesapeake cafe at which
seventy-five covers were laid. There were
about thirty members of the alumni pres
ent. An elaborate menu was served and
good music furnlnhed. After the banquet
toasts were responded to, I B. Bushman
acting as toastmaster. The address of
welcome, which was made by A. E. Mack,
and the response, by T. H. Long, were
received with manifestations of approval
by all present. "Levity" was the eubject
of J. L. Spink's tosst and he handled his
suhtect in a most befitting and entertaining
manner. Dr. jj. F. Akin, in an appropriate
speech, presented the class with a portrait
of the late Dr. F. B. Lacy, who waa one
of the founders of the college.
H. L. Akin was elected president of the
alumni association and Rudolph Riggs
secretary and treasurer.
The only food in which celery
forms an important part is
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
It acts admirably upon the ner
vous system. Palatable, nutri
tious, easy of digestion and ready
IO cents a package.
fr a!o by ail Crocara
fin ' A
l 1 It' ;
k r - fci
are the distinguishing features
Men's and Boys9 Suits
Our experienced buyers and splendid facilities enable us to
secure the newest styles and best fabrics obtainable. Expert
knowledge and ready cash count for much in the cloth in cr
business. WE ABSOLUTELY KNOW that
wc offer you smarter styles and better values
than any other house that seeks your pat
ronage. MEN'S SUITS
FOR $10. 00 we offer stylish, well made men's suits, in velours,
fancy worsteds, etc. checks, plaids and stripes, in the fashion
able new shades and a variety of colorings.
They are lined with serge and Farmer's satin and are war
ranted to wear well. These substantial garments will Ctl
give perfect satisfaction. Very unusual values, II I
WE OFFER an exceptionally attractive line of men's suits at
$15.00. They are made from a fine quality of foreign and domes
tic worsteds, cassimercs, velours, etc.
They come in all the fashionable shades in checks, plaids and stripes.
These suits are hand tailored and will keep their shape permanently.
You cannot duplicate these smart stylish garments at other stores. The
values defy competition, at
WE OFFER substantial good appearing suits for boys
Sailor collar and sailor collar Russian blouse styles,
3 to 8 years. Come in Royal blue or navy blue serge or
fancy worsteds in a great variety of colorings.
Double breasted jacket styles, 7 to 1G years with
pants or knickerbockers, in navy blue serges
and fancy mixtures, in many colors. These
suits are extra special at
At $4.95 we offer a splendid line of boys' suits made from the fineRt
blue cr rod serges and fancy worsteds, sailor 'collar or sailor collar
RiiKslan 1ilou3e styles, 3 to 8 years,
Double breasted Jacket styles,- 7 to 16 years, high
grade serges, worsteds, French velours, etc., checks,
pplaids, stripes, etc., in prevciling colors. The best
values obtainable at , . .
Sample Shirt Sale
145 DOZEN Men's Fine Mad
ras, Percale and Cheviot
Shirts, in light, medium and
dark colors, with separate or
attached cuffs; beautiful
These are attractive, well-made
Shirts, the kind usually sold
at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50; sizes
14 to I6Y2. On sale Saturday
50c to $1.50
ill u vHur; tm u v.a tr vlv l& tw u ur Kr ; "3 i
50c to $1.50 m.Tv.
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MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES AND OXFORDS
A splendid lino for spring wear,
made on foot form . lasts splendidly
adapted to growing feet.
Misses' Lace and
Mutton Shoes, 11 H
to 2, $1.60 and
$1.98; 84 to 11,
$1.36 and $1.50; B
to 8, $1 and $1.8S.
Vamp Gibson Ties,
11 to 2. $1.60;
to 11.- $1.35;
t to 8. $1.35.
FEDERAL GRAND JURY NOW
Btdy Will Convert Tusiday to Eiamin
CSES DATE PRIOR TO LAST OF FEBRUARY
Altered Infractions of I.tqoor Lim
Will Be Looked After and
Term Probably Will
Be Very Short.
The federal grand Jury will convene In
the federal building Tuesday to investi
gate, a number of cases and alleged of
fenses In the Nebraska federal district
prior to February 27, when the new Judicial
division bill went Into effect. These will
embrace a number of offenses for viola
tion of the federal liquor laws, one or two
minor postomces pffenses and possibly one
or two land investigations.
From present Indications the session ot
the Jury will be very short. The general
purpose is to get rid of a number of cases
where the parties are out on United States
commissioners' bonds for various infrac
tions of the federal laws occurring prior
to February 27.
In all casea requiring investigation by
the grand Jury that have happened since
that date, the hearings wlU be had in the
speclnl subdivision of the federal district
in which the alleged offense was committed.
However, grand Juries will be summoned
only at Omaha and Lincoln. No grand
Jury will be called for the May term of
court to begin at Lincoln May 13. The
next grand Jury to be empanelled for the
Omaha district wilt be In the latter part
of September. All offenses committed in
the Omaha district since February 27 will
) be heard at the September sitting of the
grand Jury. I ni ne win include a number
of cases wherein the accused parties are
charged with buying government arms and
blankets and involve a number of Omaha
and South Omaha parties.
The federal petit Jury for the May term
at Lincoln will be drawn at Lincoln In
stead of at Omaha. These Jurors will be
drawn from the South Platte district and
will take cognizance of only such matters
aa belong to that district. Judge Thomas
C. Munger will preside at the Lincoln
term of court.
WOMAN SWALLOWS HER TOOTH
Conld Not no Otherwise, II as band
Knocked It Down Her
Maud 'Wilson. 8M North Sixteenth street,
is lying at the Omaha Oeneral hospital,
suffering from a false tooth being stuck In
her throat, and A. H. H.ilti. 545 8outh
Twenty-fourth avenue, her divorced hus
band. Is locked up at the city Jail charged
with having struck her In such a manner
that she swallowed the artlflclnl tooth.
The blow was struck during a general flght
at ths "Rusty Shovel" lodging house. Six
teenth and California atreers. and the en
tire party waa arresd by Patrolman
Aughe. After having been in her coll for
some lime the Wilson woman complained
of a severe tla la her cheat a.d Police
Orchard & Wilhelm
414'f6'18 South Sixteenth
A list of special items for Bargain Saturday. These are but a fe of the many ar
ticles that we have prepared for Saturday special selliug. For this
is a popular store and is full of inexpensive pieces for the home, very
Same shape as cut.
Made of rope ma
il 1 11 a, does not con
tuln nor will it
convey any germs.
Can be pushed into
corners and crev
ices and used like
a cloth. Will not
scratch the highest
and guaranteed to
last a year. These
we have never sold
for less than 20c.
while they last,
Roman gold with
glass; brass back.
Have dainty col
stand or hang on
Saturday . . .'Mo
(Like Cut.) A
haa roll seat.
well braced arms; Is orna
mentally embossed; golden
finish. Sells regularly at
$4.60. For Saturday only.
8.000 1 yards Imported Scotch Madras. 4!, 48 and 62 Inches wide!
?r(n.H8" R,!rU,ty ot, P?""-ns. for bed room or summer ur
n .Ji J s Sular'y h'h " 5o yard. The lot goes
on sale Saturday, per yard ,34o
i5J?1'.n Wa,tPr clolor clo'h Shades, some slightly soiled, others
misfit and exchanKeu. All go Sturdav at. each. . i2
iJV" ""I"1 -Ha,Jf Oil Opaque Shades, made from "odd
U ,ejl las? Va,tu,rhda''y.tOea1c0h?f . . . K".01.1.',???.. ".S
Davenport Sofa Bed
This is a very special bed at a
special price. Frame made of select
quarter-sawed oak, hand poliahed.
golden oak, hand polished; hand
carved dragon head, with claw
foot. The upholstering Is In high
grade Verona Velour. When open for
a bed It measures 4 ft. by 6-2 and
makes up into a perfect davenport or
bed. Fitted with large bo or ward
robe, specially priced in Verona at
$32.00; In imitation of leather, $35.00.
i mn i'" nifn ui i iini
.li.M.mill Klirni) Lllll 1 lil .
(Like Cut.) Very pretty de
sign; continuous post ef
fect, tiead Is 60 inches
high; heavy chills, posts
and castings; nicely fin
ished In white enamel,
with rold trimmings. An
excellent value at .$S.M
We are sole agents for
the genuine Ostermoor pat
ent elastic felt mattress.
These in fancy art tickings
sell at $16.00 each.
260 of Alexander Smith &
Son's Airnluister Ruga
(2-3x4-6), go on Bale to
morrow. Made of tho boat
worsted yarns and guar
anteed perfect In every
way. Pretty patterns, or
iental eoiorlngs on rich
red or blue backgrounds.
Usually sell at $2.25 to
12.60. Special for Satur
day, each (1..10
Surgeons Arnout and Harris were called
to attend her. after which, thinking the
pain was the result of a blow, she was
sent to the hospital upo.i the instructions
of Captain Mostyn. The oman, with Irene
Lyons, Blanch Bharp and two soldiers, W.
K. Bridges and Thomas Bobbins, were en
Joying an orgy at the hotel, when Holts,
sttll Jealous of his former spouse, arrived
and attempted to clean out the party.
Aughe heard tha row and sent all to JaU.
The patleiit slept all the furtuoou and
seemed to suffer but little, so no attempt
has been made to remove the foreign ar
ticle from her throat, bridges was flncd
$3 and Robbtns $10 and costs lu police court,
while Miss Lyons was given a sentence of
Tou get best results by using The Bee
ratit Ad columns.
Be lid I nr. Permits.
The fo'lowluc; bmMIng permits hsve been
Issued; Lt. 1L O. iUUiew. lU-6-7 Chl-
s r,B, rlr'Pl: dwelling; K. N Hovell.
1 hirty-sUU. and An.es. $).. .jwclling
Herman J Lund has b.'en appointed state
KMit fur Nebruska to r,- re,mt the I'tieinx
ins .rnnre company of Krouklyn. vl.-e II. o.
Ife-nedM't, havibg hen tmnHierred to the
Wisionain field. Mr. ljiid will have as ujt
slMiants y. M. Pond and 1 C. Hubert
Diamonds Mtwhtnuey a Ryan C4a
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