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BRIEF CITY NEWS
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Hst Boot Frint It '
Elsctrio Fans Burgess-GraBdsa Co.
Btack-Faleoaer Co J4tn and Harney.
Undertakers, embalmers. Dourlas 1st.
Ht&rs Call of the rich The lure of
the fish has called G. J. Jamleson, floor
manager at Hayden Bros., and he has
gone on a two-week visit with the finny
Inspectors Laid Off Councilman Mc
Oovern yesterday temporarily let off
eeven Inspectors. Contractors are complet
ing several large jobs and the services of
the inspectors were not needed.
Valley ram Sold Mors Johnson has
cold his4160 acre farm north of Valley
to A. W. Lydick of Omaha. Me received
$30,800 ior the land.- The sale was made
through the Byron Reed company,
JCoffol Is Back A. C. Kugel, head of
- the street cleaning and maintenance de
partment of the city returned yesterday
from - Mount Carroll, la., where he
visited with relatives. Mrs. Kugel and
two children are still visiting in Iowa.
. Oil Salesmen at Luncheon S tandard
Oil traveling salesmen will be entertained
by their company. at luncheon today at
noon at Happy Hollow club. Thirty-five
salesmen and the officers in the local
: office of the company, .will attend. A
short business discussion will be held.
Miss Bowlsy After TUh Miss Ann
Bowley, assistant manager of the Com'
mercial club publicity bureau, will leave
I this morning to spend ..her vacation
tat Lake Okoboji; Several young women
of South Omaha will join her there to
pend two weeks in fishing and bathing.
.Complaint Against Cramer Deputy
- County Attorney Magney has filed a
complaint against George Cramer, charg
ing the latter with breaking and enter
ing the store of Sam Stefoin, Twenty'
third and Davenport streets, on June 7
., and stealing several suits of clothes and
School Plumbing Contract Awarded
Lewis & Kitchen of St Louis have been
- awarded the contract for the Installation
' of a heating and ventilation system In
: the Long school annex. Their bid was
$4,325. The new ventilation system will
, be installed throughout the building as
' the old system is being discarded.
Chicago Birth Creates Joy Hero Word
from Chicago Sunday brought tidings of
' the birth of a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs.
Lester Kirschbaum, now of -that city, but
formerly bt Omaha. The arrival of a
' grandchild creates rejoicing in two Omaha
families, those of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
- Hlller and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klrsoh.
-. baum; '; '- ' ' i: f' l,
Offer of Monkey Refused A woman
who refused to 'give 'the park commis
t stoner her name proffered a pet monkey
to Commissioner , Hummel yesterday
to take the place of Babu El Chipman,
who was shot at Riverview park. The
offer was rejected, as there are now no
monkeys at the park. The woman will
give the animal to the park department
of Council Bluffs.
Long Lost Broths Sought E. M. Boy
era of Philadelphia has written to the
Omaha police asking them to try and
locate his brother, Charles Boyers, who
left his home in West Virginia thirty
five years ago. Charles Boyers, accord
' " ing to the brother, was in Omaha in 1879
- and since then reports have been received
that he had been kllled .by cowboys. The
brother wishes to have the death records
examined and ascertain if Charles was
- killed. ' .-"..r:
Water Rentals Received Collection
i of water rentals for the first week un
' der municipal ownership totals $61,122.29,
according to -the statement of Treasurer
, W ' G. Ure,, made to the water
j board. Oi these rentals , $39,618.66 were
turned over " by the t Water company,
being advance collections. Heaviest col-.
' lections were made July 1, when patrons
paid into the branch office of the trea
; sury in The Bee building, the sum of
i Mrs. Blew Laid to Best The funeral
! of Mrs. Anaatasia Kiewe took , place
' from the residence, 2320 South Nineteenth
street, yesterday. Solemn high mass
', was celebrated, Rev. P. Kohnen, O.
F. M. being celebrant. The ballbearers
, were J. H. Krittenbnnk, John Hoffmann,
I James P. Mailender, Phillip Wagner,
i Peter Bugger, ' George M. Schofleld. In
j torment was made at the German Cath
I olio cemetery. Requiem high mass was
; also celebrated at St. Joseph's hospital
At 9:30, Rev. J. Jeanette officiating.
AMERICAN THEATER LEASED
' An I'gily
should be covered with clean bandages,
saturated with Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Heals burns, wounds, sores, piles. 25c.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
JBest in the West The Omaha .Bee.
JAisortit" Wo-Jd Have Sired It
"ABSORBIT" the marvelous new ab
. sorbent powder is- now saving thousands
of shirtwaists, dresses and gowns. Wo-
' men and girls everywhere are discarding
uncomfortable dress-shields; using "Ab
sorbit"' instead. No more unsightly pers-
" piration stains for them no more faded,
streaked, discolored spots. No more odor,
ous wet spots to rot holes in garments
and huipliiate the wearer. .
Just a touch of "Absorblt"wlth the
pad accompanying each box perspiration
and odor vanish.. Armpits become sweat
smelling and comfortable. No matter how
heavy or light the clothing, how hot the
weather or room. Go to dance, party,
theatre perspiration won't embarrass
you. - ...
"Ateortilt" It i rut wonder-worker. Jut try HI
At drug-stom, 25 or nulled poatptld, on recti pt
of orico by Von Vogol Laboratories, Chemical
Bld(., Chicago, 111. Money back II not u elaimod.
Sold and recommended by Saerman 4 McConnell
Drag Co., Cor. Mtb and Dodge, l'th and Harney,
14th and Fa mam, alw Loyal Hotel Pharmacy,
07- North itk St.
Managers of the Gayety Secure it for
NEW THEATER IS TO BE BUILT
Motion motor Hnie to Be Erected
ok Douglas Street, When Stock
Cow pa ay Gon to the
. Arwerican. .
Thet American teate Eighteenth and
V""Bas iireets, wm open under the In
corporate name, "American Hippodrome,"
as a ten-twenty vaudeville and moving
picture theater Seutembr 1. E. L.
Johnson and Bruno Blls of Omaha and
u. T. Crawf&rd of King's theater, St.
Louis, have leased the American for
one year from J. I brandeis & Sons.
A new theater is to be built at Eigh
teenth and Douglas by the BfemUis In
terests for Mr. Johnson and his asso
ciates.' V -
Vaudeville attractions for the Ameri
can Hippodrome will he made through
the Theater Booking corporation of Chi
cago, which hag a forty-week circuit, in
cluding Minneapolis, St. Paul, Cleveland
The new theater will be open daily from
1 to 5 in the afternoon and from T to U
in the evening. The program will be
changed twice each week.
E. L. Johnson will act as manager and
B. J. Bilz will be treasurer. Frank Het
trick, formerly manager of the Bijou
theater at St. Joseph, will take up the
duties of superintendent.
The American Hipnodrome will continue
at Eighteenth and Douglas until the new
theater to be started by the Brandeis
interests January 1 is completed. when it
i me intention or Johnson, Bllx and
Crawford to lease the Brandeis house
the Hippodrome. Stock productions will
men be in vogue at the American.
Johnson and Bill will have ehar f
the Gayety again this season, where bur
lesque ana extravaganza wil hold the
Ure Shows Receipts
and Money He Paid
Out for Six Months
According to' the statement of .W. G.
Ure, city and county treasurer. recelDta
of -his office for the month of Juna ex.
ceeded the receipts of any other month.
witn the exception of May. by nearlv
$2,000,000. These receipts were $2,314,496.88.
Disbursements for the same month to
taled $1,931,925.34. With a balance In the
treasury of 19,438. 111.63 MaV 31 and the
heavy receipts -for June and less than
$2,000,000 expenditures there was left a
balance in the treasury at the close of
business June 30 of 39,820,782.87. Mr. Ure's
COUNTT, CITT. SCHOOL AND WATER
.'j ' MfiVTH nw limn- i .
Balance In treasury May 81....$ 9.438,211.63
Receipts during June 2,814,486.38
Total ! iii.7K2.mi.fti
Disbursements during June.... 1.831,825.34
Balance June 30..... $ 9,820,782.67.
. FOR SIX MONTHS.- .
Funds delivered to W. G. Ure
: Iiniiarv a 1.412 lltixtu
January receipts. ..$ 475,733.69
February receipts.. 161,394.68 '
Marcn recjeipis. 171,(. 19 -
April receipts 950,361.
Mav rArplnta ...... Qfifi wfi aa
June receipts 2, 31 4 496 ! 3S $12.060, 273. 70
Total recefDts to June SO ...114.918.642. M
January-disb'rs'ts. 4 761,546.97 -
reDruary also rs'ts 278,685.47
March disb'rs'ts... 635.051.46
April dlsb'rs'rhents 657,094.35
May disbursements 1.031:557.20
June disburs'menU 1,931,925. S4- 5,695,859.79
Balance June 30... .w... $ 9,820,782.67
Are Responsible for
Pest of Pesky Flies
Retail meat mercnams Will be forced
by city ordinance to give aid in the ex
termination of the fly. L. J. TePoel of
the city legal department is drafting the
ordinance and will submit It to the com
mission this morning. " .
This ordinance, under penalty of fine
and imprisonment, compels retail mer
chants to deliver fish and other meats
in receptlcles that will not leak.
"Liquid from meats delivered drip on
the pavement and flies by the thousand
gather," said Mr. Te Poel. . "Market
Master Killlan believes this ordinance
will do much toward eliminating the fly
pest in the business as well as in the
residence sections.'" ,
Few retail merchants use,, watertight
containers to deliver meats, says Mr. Te
Poel. The result is that meat delivery
wagons spread fly-food over large areas
and leave swarms of flies in their wake.
All Druggists Must
Report Liquor Sales
Druggists who have not, as required
by city ordinance, reported to the city
clerk the liquor sales for the month of
June must report within the week or be
come liable to a heavy fine and imprison
ment. Police Commissioner Ryder has
notified druggists that the law must be
complied with Or prosecution will follow
"There are about sixty permits issued,'"
said Mr. Ryder, "and only twenty or
thirty of these have reported their liquor
sales for June. They are required to re
port under the city ordinances each
month, and strict observance of the law
will be enforced."
Bishop's Milch Cow
Back Into the Fold
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Bishop Scannell's cow, stolen last week,
was in Ha usual place on the bishop's
premises when he arose yesterday.
How the cow got back or where it came
from the bishop could not tell, ,but when
peorge Routt Charles Daniels and James
Banks were arraigned In police court on
a charge of having stolen the cow, they
were discharged. They claimed to have
known nothing about the animal and the
city did not have enough evidence to
convict them. The bishop, however, Is
satisfied, now that he has his cow back.
Samson Seeks Shows
for Fall Festival
. Frank Phelps, manager of the Boyd
theater, is booking attractions for the
Ak-Sar-Ben carnival thla tV. D. J.
O'Brien ie the board member who has
charge of the amusement features.
ORKIN BROTHERS COMPANY, Successor to
16TH AND HARNEY STREETS
Garments and Bigger Values
v Mg&g the Closing-Out of the Bennett Big Ready -to-Wear
Stock the Most Sought-for Sale in all the Middle West
This sale is an actual and positive clearance of every garment purchased
from the old Bennett Company, together with some very, late additions pur
chased to fill out the size, color and style ranges of the various lines. EVERYTHING YOU WOULD
EXPECT IN WOMEN'S FIN3 WEARING APPAREL IS TO BE HAD HERE AT RE
DUCED PRICES. When you paid the Bennett Company the prices they asked you got full
value for the money expended, but when you buy them at the prices quoted in this closing-out of
the Bennett stojk you get the biggest apparel bargain a reputable firm ever gave.
300 new lingerie dresses of fine robe embroidery trimmed
with laces; about ten different ttyles, some with plaited
Quaker collars, some with waist showing aprons front and
back and others in ideas new to this sea
son alone; a magnificent collection worth
$12.00 the dress, Tuesday at . . . .
French linen dresses with the newest sailor collars or white linen collars and cuffs and silk
stitched belt of self material; white, pink and light blue; $13.50 values, at $6.75.
Striped percale dresses in the newest coat styles; finished with collar and 'cuff a of white
pique and a patent leather belt; dresses well worth $5.95, now reduced to $3.95 each. '
All wool serge skirts In a
variety of the latest mod
els; either navy or black,
actual 16.75 (FX AC
values, at. . . .HJJJ
Messallne silk underskirt
In all colors and black, con
sidered extra values at
13.00, the t C CI
sale price is. .
One hundred doxen 60a
dressing sacques of fine
quality percale; light and
medium colors in Q
new patterns, each.4u.7C
About one hundred dozen,
dresses of good percales in
the most wanted medium
and light colon; l Q
l2i vrnhta. ant... VC
Linen Norfolk and Silk Waists
Norfolk-Middy waists in all white or white with light
blue trimmings and a patent leather belt; actual $1.(0
values, while they last, your choice at, nQ
Silk waists in plain colors and black and white; finished
with striped silk sailor or shawl collars; some with
silk ties and short sleeves; $3.60 ' Cf AO
values. , , . tPl.0
Girls Middy Suits (EL Dresses
Children'! middy suits in sailor blouse styles with sepa
rate skirts of white duck; navy blue and white braid
trimmings; navy band at skirt bottom, AX
$3.75 values at. Jef 2
Children's wash dresses of fins percales, lawns, tissues,
ginghams, etc., in light and medium colors; . several
styles; 79c to $S.VI values at CA
$2.26 down to.
. . . c
Cheney Bros. s$Zr Foulards at 59c
$1.25 Black Taffeta Silks at 79c
; The reputation of the Cheney Bros: Shower-Proof foulards is so great
we do not need to comment on their quality. In this sale are over 100
of the newest patterns and colorings, worth $1.00 the yard. Sale price,
59c. Thirty-six-inch black taffeta and. messaline silks, fully guaranteed
as to wearing qualities; $1.25 values at 79c the yard.
Silks Worth up to $1, 10 the Yard, this Sale . . . .39c
Silks Worth up to $1.25 the Tard, this Sale . . : 49c
Silks Worth up to $1.35 the Yard, this Sale . . . . 59c
Bed Sets at S3.S9
160 bed sets consisting
of one bed spread and on
-large sham to match; have
embroidered edges; sets that
are well worth tX CO
$8.60, Tuesday JQ2'
8 6 -inch Belmont percales in
a great variety of the newest
and most wanted patterns
i- light and dark shades;
12 He. values, the., OI
yvirrt r.t .O4C
68-lnch cream, colored table
linen of a good, heavy '
weight; Just the right grade
for every day use; Bennett's
price, 2 5c; now, IC.
the yard at. . . ,
9-4 bleached sheeting of
standard make; an extra
good-wearing . quality that
was very reasonably priced,
at 80c, Tuesday's 'jC-,
price, the yard at, . Js
Silks Worth up to $2.00 the Yard, this Sale .... 69c
Choice of All Organdies, Batistes and
that Sold at 25c the Yard; 200 Choice
$1.00 and $1.25 Dress
Goods at. AfXgs
the yard. . . . ,
All kinds of wool suitings and
dress materials are Included in
this big . 49c assortment. They
range from 40 to 60 inches in
width, while the values are $1.00
and $1.25 the yard. Wise women
will buy now and' lay them away
for their fall garments for sav
ings will not be so large again.
A great collection of the
famous Tussah silks, Hima
laya Cloth, Crystal Cloth and
Soisette, sold everywhere at 2 So
to 39c the yard, according to the
quality; to clear them out P
quickly, choice, the yard. . IJC
36-inch Bordeaux linen--a
fine linen finished suiting
that comes in all colors-Bennett's
price was 19c the yard,
our sale price Is. . . .
Imitation silk foulards in
patterns and colorings you
would expect to find only In the
higher priced real silk foulards;
a finish that is not equalled ex
cept in real silk; full 27 Inches
wide; actual 25c
values, the yard. .... . .lgC
25c genuine tissues in all of
the new patterns and color
ings of the season,
the yard .15 72 C
Tuesday Grocery Specials
18 lbs. granulated sugar.... 11.00
Bennett's Capitol baking powder,
Mb. can SOo
Bennett's Excelsior flour, per
J-lb. pkg. Bennett's Capitol oats or
8 cans Bennett's Capitol Evergreen
Large can Snider's pork and beana
Lea and Penin'S Worcestershire
sauce, bottle SS
1-quart Jar Haarman'a assorted
pickles ..' ISO
1-plnt can Gall lw pure Olive
6 pkgs. Fould's macaroni or spa
Maglo brand mustard, Jar lOo
Six 60 pkgs. crackers SAo
Bennett's Golden coffee, lb., S4c
tSc assorted teas, lb 4 Be
16e tea sifting, lb. ISO
II Ho can Bennett's Capitol sauer
2to can Bennett's Capitol pears,
peaches or apricots .......... I80
14, bars "Beat-Em-All" soap...8o
I cakes Dutch - Rose or Violet
toilet soap ..tie
Onion salt, bottle ............. 18o
bars Crystal White soap . ...8S0
1 dosen beies safety matches.. So
15c can Cracker Jack brand sal-,
4 pkga. Blue Boras starch...... SSo
Tropical crys tallied ginger. ....loo
Butter and Eggs
Bennett's Capitol Creamery butter.
l-)b. brick, full weight guaran
Cooking butter, lb... S3e
Fresh country eggs, dozen. ....800
Vanilla marshmallows, lb lOo
Three 10c pkgs. "U-AUj-NO"
Whipped cream chocolates, lb., ase
GEORGE IS OFFIlf HIS FIGURES
Mistake Made by "Father of Hii
Country" is Discovered.
WASHINGTON CERTIFIES ERROR
Pats His "Sis-." on a Mistake Which
He Certifies To Beln All .
O. K. -Error Found In
If George Washington never told a lie,
It etlll cannot be said that he waj al
together infallible in his accounting, or
at least in his auditing of acoounU. 1'i-ia
discovery was made by Paul Burleigh, an
expert accountant of Omaha, when h
wat casually glancing over some curios
lh the Byron Reed collection In the Omaha
city library. There he found that the
"father of his Country" had put his O.
K. on a set of figures In an old ledger
In 1793 and that the figures wore incor
rectly footed. They are Just $10 oft bal
ance. '-J:''' -. .'
' The document la an original ledger o
George Washington kept by his secretary,
Tobias Lear, when Washington had .
fishery and distillery at Mount Vernon
in 17&. On the right-hand page are two
columns of figures which apparently are
supposed to balance. One .column toots
J1.C38.67; the other foots Jl.552.il, to which
la added "balance In favor of T. I. An
derson, $74.26." The last two items are
then footed $1,636.57, when according to
all available laws of addition in the present-day
they foot but $1,628.57. thu leav
ing the ledger $10 off balance. If the foot
ing had not been "plugged." Directly be
neath these footings appears the follow
ing In Washington's hand:
"MOUNT. VERNON, April $, 1793. i
"The above and foregoing cash account
has been examined, the articles of which
have been found fairly stated and Satis
factorily vouched and ' certified accord
ingly by. GEO. WASHINGTON."
Mr. Burleigh was leisurely looking over
the old record not long ago, when with
the Instinct of the accountant he hastily
ran over the figures, thus discovering the
error. . , ;
COUNTY SAVING MONEY ,
IN CARING FOR POOR
More than $200 was saved by the county
last month as a result of the establish
ment of a new method of caring for the
poor. The county abolished the county
store for the summer at least met charity
applications by direct orders on dealers,
and ceased; to pay the Associated Char
ities $60 a 'month for investigating ap
plications for charity. The new plan was
adopted June L -
During June 154 applications for charity
grocery orders were grsnted at a cost
of $2.65 each, a total of $408.10. Under
the old system the orders ' would cost
$2.16 'each, a total of $332.64. In . ad
dition the city would have had to pay
rent on the county store, salaries for
the storekeeper and his assistants, $60 for
Investigation by the Associated Charities,
and Incidentals, a total of $278. SO, making
a grand total cost under the old system
of $610.94 as against $408.10 under the new
HEAT DRIVES MAN TO
"' TRY, TO KILL HIMSELF
Crazed by ' the . heat of Sunday
Peter Nelson, living five miles west of
Benson, attempted suicide by cutting his
tnroat on both aides with a pbcket.knire.
He was found early next morning by a
friend and the sheriffs office notified.
Deputies Foster and Wright answered
the call and brought hlra to the county
jail, where he was given medical atten
tion.' His Injuries are not serious and
the man was taken home
NEW RECORDFOR FAT CATTLE
Long Fed Stuff Sells at South Omaha
SPRING LAMBS ARE COMING IN
Range Cattle Also Start for South
Omabs Market Good Feed on
the Range Puts Them In
A new record for cattle was made at
the stock yards yesterday, when two
Carloads of thirty-seven Shorthorns and
Hereford cattle were sold for 89.60, 30
cents above the previous rscord. The cat
tle were long fed stock, fattened by Ed
Graham of Creston, Neb., who has
acquired the habit of late of topping the
market, according to the stock yards
management The shipment averaged
1,457 pounds. : ,
Spring lambs are beginning to arrive
and bring a high price. Range cattle are
also stsrtlng for the South Omaha mar
ket, which is the leader In this class of
stuff. , ;
Slayer of Babe is ;
Hiding in Omaha
Although Anton Konvallnka, who Is
supposed to have fired the bullet that
killed the little Hasek child on the evening
Of July 4, has been seen several times
by his friends since then, the police are
willing to believe that the baby's slayer
committed suicide. Konvallnka Is still
thought to b? In hiding in Omaha, but the
police have been unable to locate him.
It Is hinted that friends know of his
whereabouts, "frit they refuse to divulge
the secret. '-'i
An inquest o'r the body of the child
Is being condtitted by Coroner Croiby.
Mother Loses Faith
in Fortune Tellers
Mrs. W. J. Diamond of 1136 North Bis
teenth street no longer has faith tn for
tune tellers. Saturday her daughter,
Agnes, disappeared , from horns. - The
mother thought she ran ott with a man
and notified the police, ilunday morning
she went to a fortune teller and the lat
ter told her where to find the missing
girl. The mother secured the aid of the
police and went to the place named by
the seeress, but Agnes was not there.
Again the mother went to the fortune
teller and again got a "bum steer." New
She has placed the matter in the bands
of the police. , -,
found unconscious by Patrolman Woods
behind a string of boxcars near Thir
teenth and locust streets.
Sam Whoops Her Up
in WildWest Style
8am Cosenthea Sunday afternoon rode
down Farnam street on a ' motorcycle.
This tn Itself was no offense, but 8am
had strapped to his belt a slx-snooter.
He also let loose with unearthly yells
snd attracted the attention of Officer
Bauman, who stopped Sam and brought
him to . the station, where he was
charged with disturbing the peace. Sam's
big gun was taken away from him and
he drew a tine of. $10 and costs la polios
court. Judge Foster Informed him that
Omaha was no longar on the range. 1
Poison and Expires
The man, believed to be Henry Relek
of Fremont, Neb., or Tulsa. Okl., who
last night swallowed poison mixed with
alcohol, died at St Joseph's hospital at
t yesterday morning. Ths man ' was
FORCE OF MEN SENT OUT
: .TO MOW DOWN WEEDS
: A weed cutting- campaign-has been In
stituted by Commissioner Kugel, who has
ordered a' force of men to begin clearing
ths SCO miles of the city's unpaved streets
of weeds. ; ... .
Cost of cutting the weeds will be borne
by ths city. No weeds will be cut on
vacant lots, but will be cut from walks
for a few feet on either side. .
An ordinance to compel city prisoners
to work at weed cutting would not be
sffectlve. says Mr. Kugel, and all effort
to employ them in such occupation will
GRAY HAIR VS. BROWN HAIR
Thla Simple Home Made Mixture fcf.
factually Darkens the '
White Locks. ,
There la ma avum fn. l .. j. . ,
when there Is a sure and uv wv
unnh ?S.turT couW not Improve
Justified la using the ordinary stickv
oyee, ana stems exploited for that pur
Jl to often ,r t0 objection-
able ta h r,Mmm.4 . v.. !.- .
really meritorious recipe, very gtmnl
and Inexpensive, which all graVhaired '
ppie enouia iry at boo. To T oss. of
water add one small box of Barbo Com
pound I os. bay rum and es. glycer- :
toe. tou can readily prepare this at ,
home at very little namt t n
you a splendid mixture for rnii.iiv .
darkening the gray hair, as well as for
removinc dandruff rMrfin .1..
Other humr .i i 01
growth ef the hair. Apply It once a week
unni me nair is or the desired dark '
shads then once every two weeks will
be sufficient Make sure sow dnursiat
iVM VOII Pa rn fnmiu...4 T l. r?? . ...
It on band, ask him to order it for ys, J