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    11110 BEK: OMAHA, bAllKDAi, MAKU1 14, liH4.
Seumas MacManus Talks in Serious
Vein at University Club.
Until bnt Tlcctntlr Have th Irish
Been Permitted to Tench Their
Own Tongue to Their
Otvii I'nplt.
It was a serious note that Seumas Mac
Manua struck In his talk at the Univer
sity club rooms at the luncheou, Instead
of a funny note as was expected. U
was appreciated Just as much, howover.
for he brought an interesting fund of In
formation about the history of Ireland
and Its .troubles with England, lie lauded
Ireland as the homo of education, saying
that 1,300 years before the birth of Christ
Ireland already had a Parliament which
met once in three years.
"The ancient laws of Ireland were the
most beautiful and the most just," ho
said. "The very poorest man In tho land
could obtain redress against tho klnfr
himself, and the man who stole a needle
from tho poor embroidery woman had
to pay a flno many times heavier than
tho man who stole a similar needle from
the queen.
"From tho fifth to the tenth century
Ireland was tho school of Europe. Ire
land alone held aloft tho torch of light
through all the dark ages of Europe.
And the renaissance began In Ireland
, fceven centuries before It began In Italy."
Kllxnticth nml Cromwell.
"Then Elizabeth trie to destroy Ire
land with sword and fire. Then came
Cromwell and Bwept over the land like a
Tho speaker called attention to some
of the drastic laws that were enacted by
England after this period against Ireland.
lie said that Irish schoolmasters and
clergymen wero required to pay heavy
fines. In spite of this attempt to crush
out learning, ho said, such was tho de
tire of the Irish for learning that young
men went to' Franco and other parts of
Europe In tho smuggling smacks and
gained their education in order that they
might como back and tench tho Irish. To
escape the law against schoolmasters and
clergymen, these men taught ragged
classes behind the hedge bushes and kept
a sentinel on the heights to watch for
the soldiers. "It was only In 1829," ho
said, "that these vicious penal laws wero
repealed." '
Even up to twelve years ago wo dared
not teach the Irish language In Ireland
to Irish pupils. Wo havo recently ob
tatned permission to do this, until today
the Irish language Is being taught In 3,000
schools to 300,000 Irish pupils. And with
the return of the language is coming the
return of the Irish spirit."
ftr -
Don't Miss These
Snaps in Men's &
Boys' Furnishings
Men's Dress or Work Shirts
To $2.00 vnluos; all now, neat col
orings, patterns nnd styles; on
salo at GOd ttnd 496
Men's MuBlin and Cambric Night
shirts, to $1.50 vnluos; go nt,
cholco 49 nnd QS6
BOc Silk Four-ln-Hand Ties, la
nowest colorings nt 25d
$1 Silk Four-ln-Hand Ties, 40t
it Hi
Men's 25c Silk Socks, guaran
teed perfect
Wool or Lisle Union Suits All
styles, all weights; on snlo
at $2.08, $1.08 and. . . .QSd
AVool Sweater Coats $3.00 to
$5.00 values; on salo at $2.1)8
and 81.08
Fleecer Lined Shirts or Drawers
to close at 20d
300 Dozen Hoys' Mouse- Waists Mado to sell at BOc and 25c
Chambrays, madras, percales, sateens, etc., in blacks, whites,
plain blues, tans and neat strlpos, light and medium colors.
K. & S. brand, all perfect, all sizes from 6 to 16 years, very
best styles; on sale whllo they last at, cholco 25d
Men's Hats
An Immense Showing of tho Now
est Blocks nnd Colorings.
Assortments so broad that each
customer Is sttro of finding a
stylo Just to suit. Wo show the
now pencil curl brim nnd drop
tips....... 82.00 nnd S2.50
Quality never surpassed.
spring nnd summer 1914 blocks,
nt tho poulnr prices, S3.50-S4
New Spring Caps In almost ond
lo8s assortment, excellent values
Snturday nt. .81.00 and 50f
?S OFF ON ll.(iAOi: 50
Trunks and 100 Dngs and Suit
Cases to bo closod nt V loss than
Trunks 83.05 to 816.50
nags and Suit Cases
at 05d to 810.50
u m. . . as r
nil me roewesr mveirtes in
Muslin Underwear ai Most
Attractive Low Pricings.
Specials In Knit Underwear, Corsets nnd Hosiery
that Insure big savings Snturday.
Silk Llslo nnd All Silk Union Suits Mado to sell to
$0.00; Saturday at, choice 81.08
Fino Cotton Union Suits All styles, to $1.00 values;
on salo Saturday at -50c
Italian Silk Bloomers Light and dark colors, also
embroidered silk vests, to $5.00 vnluos at 81.08 Corsets nt 81.08 A
splendid lot of regular $3.50
quality cornets, extra long,
beautifully trimmed S1.9S
91.B0 Corsets nt $1.00 All
sires in this lot, most desir
able models Sl.OD
aOc Brnsslercs and Sanitary
Aprons On salo nt . -25ti
Newest designs In Cnmlsolos,
made of shadow laco and
cropo do chine; on salo
nt 82.50 to 85.00
91.50 Silk Hose nt 08c ruro
thread silk,, in all tho popu
lar new colors.
ltrokcn Iots of Silk Hose
To $2.50 values, black and
colors; on sale at. . . . .98d
Fancy colored Hose, worth to
. BOc; big special lot at,25d
Gnuzd Lisle Hose Bigirrfoclal
lot, regular and otit sizes,
25c Quality, pair. . .12&i
Children's School lloso: mado
to sell at 25c, at....l2
Hubbard Postmaster
Had No Shortages
in His Accounts
The sudden and unexplained disappear
ance of Postmaster Carl Fredcrlcksou
from Hubbard, Neb., about two weeks
ago, has led to efforts on tho part of
Postofflce Inspector Thompson to traco
the man and find a reason for his ab
sence. A report from Sioux City says that
a shortage of about $1,100 in Frederick-
son's accounts Is alleged, but Inspector
Thompson deglares that he has no evi
dence of a shortage Ho says ho is en
deavoring to determine positively whether
the postmaster has met with foul piny
or has absconded. It la said that when
Frcderlckson went away ho left the im
pression that he had gono to look
for work nt Sioux City, whllo his wife
kept tho postofflce. Since then no word
has been heard from htm and the wife
and children are suffering from his
absence. -
March Sale of
Includes thousands of pictures In
most desirable subjects; on salo
at hnlf and- oven Jess than half
Pictures worth to 75c 25i
Pictures worth to $1.00 49S
$2.00 and $3.00 Pictures $1.00
$4.00 to $7.00 Pictures, .82.40
10c Sheet Pictures
10c Post Card Frames 5J
25 Discount on all picture
framing Saturday. All work guaranteed.
Ross Hammond Tells
Noonday Club of His
Job and Income Tax
Miss Brehm Speaks
at the High School
Ross Hammond, internal revenue col
lector for Nebraska, was the guest of tho
(Noonday club Friday and after luncheon
he told the sixty-five members present
some things about tho workings of his
office and also numerous things about
the Income7 tax.
Six years ago, Air. Hammond asserted,
the Internal revenuo department was a
secondary money getter for Undo Sam,
but with tho passage of the Income ta,H
which levies an assessment upon 400,000
of tho 9G,XW.OOO people of the United
States, bringing in some $80,000,000 an-
, nually, it has become the big spoke In
the wheel.
Mr. Hammond explained that the law is
one of tho hardest there is to understand
and describing its making he ventured
the opinion that the author gathered to
gether 10,000 words, mixed thorn in a
hopper and what came out of the mixture
was branded an income tax.
In designating who are liable for the
tax the speaker pointed, to the fact that
all corporations come under the ban and
that all' individuals who havo an income
of W.0C0, provided they are single,, and
J4,000 If they are married, are expected
to pay 1 per cent on all Income above
the sum exempt. One of the peculiari
ties of the law, he said, was that if a
man 'happens to bo married and living
with his wife thero Is an exemption .if
$4,000, while If the samo parties are living
apart each is entitled to an Income of
$3,000 that Is not taxed. Failure to lift
property for taxation and claim exemptions,-
the speaker said, subjected the
man or woman who might bo taxed to a
fine of not less than $30 and as much as
In .preparing to pay the income tax
Mr. Hammond explained that the filing
of the rtport must be made whenever
the Income reaches $3,000, regardless of
whether the party Is married or single.
Collector Hammond took the club mem
bers Into his' confidence and cxolalne-i
all the workings of his office, telling how'
tho lists were kept and how collections
1 were made on goods and wares handled
by merchants and others and on which
a government tax has to be paid.
Before the speaking commenced N. P.
Swanspn and J. A. Hwanson wero ap
pointed a committee to meet the repre
sentatlv'es of the Omaha Swedish Singing
society at-the Swedish Auditorium next
Tuesday evening and hold a conference
with reference to going Into some of the
details in connection with bringing the
singing society Nordcn here during the
summer of 1916 for its annual musical
Holding up long lengths of ribbon to
illustrate' tho amount of money spent in
tho United States per year for alcoholic
liquors alongside of comparatively short
ribbons representing the expenditures for
bread, churches and education, Miss
Marie C. Brehm delivered an Impresslvo
temperance lecture to hundreds of stu
dents in the auditorium of tho Central
high school yesterday morning.
She urged temperance from a sclontltlo
standpoint, saying that tho people who
eep memseives in periect pnysicai con- I m
ditlon have a better chance to succeul In
than those who aro Intemperate. Her
subject was "How to "Win." She is a
national lecturer for the Women's Chris
tian Temperance union, and has mado a
number of addresses 'n Omaha the last
two days.
Tho old musicians' contest, to be held at
tho Young Men's Christian association on
March 36, has already attracted a number
of entries, and It is believed that this
will be the biggest event of the kind ever
staged by tho association. No player
under 40 years of age Is eligible to par
ticipate In tho competition. Tho instru
ments which will be played In tho contest
aro the banjo, guitar, violin and accor-
deon. Seven Judges will bo selected and
prizes will be given In each class. It Is
planned to hold the affair In the gym
nasium, as the auditorium has proven too
small to accommodate the crowd.
Six-foot linoleums, worth 75 cents.
Monday at 33 cents square yard. Brandels'
The Milwaukee is sending out informs
tlon saying that the double track line
through Iowa between Omaha and Chi
cngo, commenced three years ago, will
bo completed by July 1 of this year. Tho
cost of the work finished Is estimated at
$20,000,000. The most expensive piece
work was the bridge over the Des Molne
river, which was built at a cost of
$1,000,000. Through Iowa fifty-two grade
crossings have been eliminated by th
construction of subways or overhead via
Unaccompanied by a single member of
the family, and without a word of ser
vice or comment, according to Coroner
Crosby, the body of J. H. Hooper, th
forger, who killed himself, was taken
to Forest tawn cemetery' and Interred
Thursday afternoon. While It has 'been
known for several days that there would
be no funerat service over the hpdy
was believed that II rs. Hooper, who lives
In Omaha, would at least accompany the
corpse to the grave.
Girls! Thicken and
Beautify Your Hair
Brings back. it gloss, lustre, charm
and get riu 01 uanuruu m
the moist cloth.
t t nndsossed of a head of heavy,
K.ontinil Hair: soft, lustrous, fluffy.
wavy and free from dandruff Is merely
a matter of using a little Danatrine.
it is easy and inexpensive to have nice,
nft hair and lot of it. Just get a 25
cent bottle of Knowlton's Danderlne now
all drur stores' recommend It apply a
little as directed ana within ten rainuiee
there will be an appearance of abund
ance; freshness, fluffinwts and an Incom
parable gloss and lustre, and try as you
wilt you cannot find a trace of dandruff
or falling halrj but your real surprise
will be after about two weeks' use, wnen
you will see new hair fine and downy at
first yest but really new hair sprouting
out all over your scalp Danderlne is, we
believe, the only sure hair grower; de
strdyer of dandruff and cure for Itchy
scalp and It never falls to stop railing
hair at once.
If you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten a cloth
with a little Danderlne' and carefully
draw it through your hair taking one
small strand at a time. Tour hair will
be soft, glossy and beautiful 'n Just
a few moments a delightful surprise
awaits everyone who tries this. Advertisement.
Special Spring Sailing
Largest Steamer
TTUE Mediterranean
Interesting Itinerary, Including
8. H. Corner Madison and Xa Salle Sts.,
Chicago, or Xioeal Agents.
Genuine "Wizard" Triangu
lar Chemically Treated
Polishing Mop
Saturday 6nly we will sell a $1.50
Triangular 'Wizard" oiled mop and
91.00 stse Wliard" oil; this 93-60
outfit for 9Qo
No C O. D. or telephone orders ac
cepted.. Our Saturday Tool Bargains,
10-ln Genuine Htlllson Pipe wrencu
for - 09o
14-ln. Gcnulno Stlllson Pipe wrench,
for 89o
D-8 grado Dlston Saw, 26 Inches
long, for 91.39
A lew Vore Bargains,
Any Size Galvanized wash boiler, 89o
Best grado braided cotton clothes
lines for l!u
EO-ft. twisted cotton clothes lines,
for 8a
Mop Sticks Oo
Shinola Shoo Polish Oo
C rolls So Gold Band toilet paper, lOo
Any Size, any stylo coal bucket... 19o
Any size steel fry pan lOo
Coffee Grinders lOo
Medium size "Climax" food choppers
for ....88o
We sell Blaok Nickel Tlnlsh senown
Banges, They require no blacking
Exceptionally broad assortments in Women's Ready-to-
Wear Garments, designs in which individuality and originality lend greatest attractive
ness coupled' with unquestionably pleasing pricings
await you here.
Several Delightful
Specials for Saturday
of thoni, nuwlo U sell nt 918
to $22.80; go on snlo Satur
day at ono prl
All now, nearly nil samples,
nil tho most wanted colorings
nnd mntcrlnls. Greatest suit
values over.
Mnnufncturcr's Stock of
lmiCHHKS Now spring styles
made to soil nt $15 to $20,
Go on snlo Saturday nt your
Designs suitable for nil oc
casions, In taffetas, eollonncs,
mcssnllnes and fancies; val
ues you'll find mntchlcss.
Twenty dlstlnctivo designs in tho very boat colorings and
Tho quoen of all tailored suits at tholr prlco; tho cholco
of tho most discriminating.
100 Handsome- New Spring Coats Samples nont
us by tho makers, all tho nobbiest now stylos
and worth $15.00 'and $18.00; on salo whiio
they last Saturday at, choice S10.00
Children's New Coats Tho
most clever productions for
spring 1D14, novor beforo
havo wo shown such varied
assortments of tho now
garment stylos in tho chil
dren's section
S2.05 83.05 S5 Up.
Over 200 Bountiful Now Waists In Bilks, nctfl,
laco and cholco fancies, nil colors, all sizes, im
mense assortment; special , $2.05
Other Cholco Values, $3.05 $5.00 $7.50 Up
Children's Now Dresses- A
special lot of regular $1.50
values, Including CO dozen
pretty garments, in ging
hams, chambrays nnd per
cales', all sizes and colors.
You'll find them matchloss
at our salo prico. .. 70J
for the little ono, beautiful garmontg at
most pleasingly low prices.
A Big Special Tablo of Sllpn, skirts,
DrcBBes,'Sacquc, Kimonos, Baby Sots,
Knit Garments, otc, to $1.00 values;
nt, choice , . .50
Clearing Sale of Mantles
All SOc Monties. Inverted and up
right, each 18c
All ICo mantles, inverted and up
right. 2 Tor 8o
lOo Mantles. Inverted nnd upright,
S for 380
Inverted an Upright lights, ready to
put up; big value, complete. ,. .300
(Remarkable Glove Bargains j
Lamb Skin Qlovss, big special lot
of values to fl.00. All colors nnd
sices. On snlo Saturday, JLQn
choice CU
Chainolsette Gloves, tho popular
Knyser brand; white with black
stllchlng or In plain white, 9 tin
at. per pulr . ........ U
Why Fay BOo to 91.00 for To or Chole
Classical Soleotlon. Get Our Prices.
Sheet Music
A fsw of thousands shown hers.
"Abide Wltn
(Talus of Hofr
man.) "Hon to en Train '
"Danco of But
terflies." "Day Drenms."
"I Have Sighed
to Itest Mo"
"Alice Where
Aro Thou"
"Battle Cry
'"Flowr Bong."
"Oeii Bolt."
"Daddy." Earl
My Old Ken-
tucKy uome."
Ilosary" By
King. i
"Dolly Varden"
"Largo" Handel
"Good Bye"
"La Sorella"
"Lost Hope."
'Second llapso-
"Itock of Ages"
"llustlo ot
"Sack Wnlts"
"To a Swallow"
"You and I
"Mighty Deep"
nappy nay-
Catalogue of 2.000) titles sent free;
a postal will bring it.
Fashion's Very Latest Decree
Bandeau Trimmed Hats
We aro showing dozens of distinctive patterns, cop
ies of imported hats, and you will always find tho cor
rect of fashion's latest ideas hero in great variety for
your selection.
BANDEAU HATS, like cut, exact
copy of a high priced model
on sale SATURDAY
Trimmed on a hemp shape witli best trimmings.
Only one of a hundred clever models that look twice
(the prices wo quote.
Why Pay More for
Drugs, Toilet Goods
Xtote Specials Jot Saturday's Selling,
60c Lablancho or Carmine face powdet'
for ...aoo
$1.00 Azurca or Latrefle face powder
at 70o
Banltol or Dr. Graves tooth paste or
powder at luo
25c size Peroxide or Pond's Extract face
creams ror 100
Two (2) Bars of Williams Shaving Bonp
for 0o
lOo Shinola Shoe Polish for Bo
Seven (7) Bars of Ivory Houp for. . .23o
luc Package 20-Mulo Team Borax, 7V4o
2Co Size Sautoflusu at 18o
Four (4) 10o Itolls of Crcpo Tollot Paper
for ,250
Four (4) Dozen C-grulu Aspirin tabloU
for , aoo
One Hundred Dr. Illnkle's Caacaru tub
lets for ioe
lOo Saymon's Vcgetablo or Jap Hose
Soap at 2 bars lor loo
25o Laxatave Uromo Quinine for..,.10o
76o Jad Salts for the kidneys, ut.,...05o
7fiu lludnuts or Plnauds toilet waters
for boo
2Co Slzo Bath Sweet, 2 to a customer,
each , .100
11.00 Size Pure Hydrogen Poroxlde, ex
tra size, for , loo
lOo and 16o Violet. Lllao or CorylopsU
tulcum powder, at 3 cans for ICo
35o Bar of Pure Imported Castile soap
for lOo
Largo Package best quality Hassafrasn
Bark for loo
26o Size Sal Hepatlca or Beldlltz pow
ders at loo
50u Hizo California Syrup of l?gs, BOo
26r Size Llsterlno (LambertH) for lOo
10c Diamond Dyes, all colors, at 0o
$1.00 Mrs. Potter's Walnut Hair Stain,
at .....i 05o
Se Bare and Get a Written Gnarantov
With Your Bubbsr Goods.
$4.00 Wellington Syringe and Bottle
combined, guaranteed to you for 6
years, for 92.00
Full Length Fountain Syringe Tubing
at BBo and OOo
$2.50 and $2.00 Fountain Syringes or
Bottles, each 91,00
76a Household Itubber Gloves, at. pur
pair OOo
76c Genuine Ideal Hair Brushes, Rubber
Cushion, at 00o
Big Shoe Sale Saturday
An opportunity Saturday to buy shoes for tho entire
family from tho big surplus stocks of threo of the host
factories in Massachusetts at less than tho cost to mako.
Ken's $4.50 and $5.00 Tan or Black Shoos, latest stylos,
all sizes and widths; very special $3.50
Men's $3,50 and $4.00 Shoes, tan or black, latest styles, au welts,
all slzos S2.50
1,200 palm of Men's $3.00 Shoes, mostly welts, tan or black. In
this lot aro several numbers of splendid work shoes, In tan or
Wack S1.08
Women's Shoeo In all the newest styles and patterns; values up
to $5.00; In tvo big lota 83.50 and S2.50 .
1,000 pairB of Women's and Dig Girls' Bhoos tan or black, low
or high hocls, all leathers, values to $3 a pair all sizes, SI. 08
400 pairs Children's Combination Lace and Button Shoes, fit any.
sizo anklo. Mado of gun metal stock, all solid sizes 7 to 10 ;
$1.85 values at, pair 81.00
Chllds' 5 to 8 turn solo button or lace sboes, $1.25 values. .75J
Orover and Queen Quality Shoes for women. Stetson and
.Crossott shoes for .men.
Saturday Is Baby Day in the
Furniture Department
We havo just received a solid car load of
flo-Carto and Baby Buggies from tho GBN
We bought them at a price which enables
us to offer you a very superior article at each
price. 8e them Saturdny. SPECIALS YOU
One motion collapsible go-cart with
hood and adjustable dock, spring seat,
steel gear; frame finished In black
enameL Upholstered with lsathcr
cloth. Interlocking hood brace. This
Is a real bargain at.... .94.40
One motion collapsible go-cart, ad
justable back, soring seat wlUi hood,
one-half Inch rubber tires, nickel trim,
mud; good quality of leather cloth.
One day only for ...90.00
English style carriage, seat, back and
side upholstered in Kngllah carriage
cloth. Solid steel pusher handles.
Nickel plated trimmings. A few of
these at 930.00
Kngltsh Heed Sleepers, baby car
riage 913.50
About IS different other patterns at
greatly reduced prices.
The famous Glasscock baby walkor.
On sale at 91.90. Always sold at 3
A dandy solid High chair with
table .....91.00
Nursery chair with table, one day
only .....91.00
Baby Bed. adjustable sides, springs,
white or Vernla Martin ..95.00
9 Lbs. Best
Leaf Lard
Saturday, 98c
Hindquarters best quality Mut
ton, per lb 10?4c
Forequartcrs best quality Mut
ton, lb. HKc
Pork Roast, best quality, young
pork, lb 13ftc
Shoulder Butta, best quality ot
young pork, lb l&ttc
No. 1 Steer Pot Roast Beef at,
per lb. 12c.i3Je
Cholco Breakfast Bacon for
Saturday only, per lb 14 .
Diamond C Skinned Hams, first
quality. Saturday, lb..,18)xo
Fancy Lean Breakfast Bacon,
lb , SSoSSMo
Fresh Dressed Chicken at
wholesale; all kinds of Frosh
and Salt Fish' tor the Lenten
season. See Hayden's first, It
Reducing High Cost of Living
Sugar Down, Butler Down, Eggs Down. We follow
the Markets, and Fight the Trusts for the People.
33 lbs. Best Oranulatsd
Sugar , .91,00
The Btst Creamery But
ter, carton or bulk, pttr
pound 'JO a
The Best Strictly rrssh
Brgs, per dozen!,.. aoo
48-lh. sacks Best High
Grade Diamond H flour,
nothing finer for bread,
pies or cakes, sack, 91.10
10 bars Beat-'Kin-All,
Diamond C or laundry
Queen, White Soap.'.SOo
10 lbs. Best White or
Yellow Cornmoal, ,..18o
8 lbs. best Boiled break,
fast Oatmeal, ..... .38o
6 lbs. Hand Ticked Navy
Beans S5o
6 lbs. Choice Japan Iltce
for , 83o
4 lbs. Fancy Japan nice.
lOo quality 30o
Tho Best Domestic Mac
aroni, Vermicelli or
Spaghottl, pkg. . . .7o
K. C Corn Flakes, per
packuge ......... ....0o
4 cans Fancy Sweet Su
gar Corn ,....30o
4 cans Wax or String
Beans 30a
5 cans OH or Mustard
Bardlnes 30o
Advo Jell for dessert,
per package . .....7V4
Gallon cans. Golden
Table Syrup 40o
2-lb. pkg. Belf Rising
Pancake or Buckweat
flour ,81-3o
The Best Tea Sittings.
per lb. . ., .100
Golden Santos Coffee,
per lb. 300
Don't pay store than oar
price quoted below.
The Best Creamery But
ter, carton or bulk, per
pound 39o
The best country cream
ery butter, per lb.... 30a
The best Dairy table
butter, per lb ,33c
Omaha's greatest frssh
Vegetable Market.
IB lbs. Early Ohio pota
toes to the peck . ...3So
Fresh Beets. Carrots,
Turnips, Shallots or
ltadlshea, large bunches
for ..4o
Fancy new cabbaoe.
per lb. , ;..3(o
Fancy large head let
tuce, head -7Vi
3 heads fresh leaf .let
tuce 100
Old Beets, Carrots, Tur
nips or I'arsnlpa. lb.aUo
Rutabagas, lb lV4o
3 largo Soup Bunches
for . .10o
Fancy Texas Spinach,
per peck ,,.,,20o
18 Ho pkg. of fancy Hal
loween dates for 8 l-3a
Qrspe Jfralt Special.
Fancy Florida Fruit. 3
for ,10o