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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 16, 1915)
TITE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER lfi, 101.-)
KEY YORK STOCK MARKET
Jail In Anflo-rrench Fi Ter
Gent Bond Disturbing
TORTC. Tv lil-Ths tm1iiA
wwlnr and wiwM disturblrut; fftur
of today a professional OTrkft wu tne
fall In Anglo-Frenoh pr cmt Wiu
tvrwvle to IH4 for regular and future de
livery. This quotation ipi wnlM fle
cline of T4 point for the price -of gen
eral snd offering and a drop of IVfc under
the syndicate or underwriting prli'.
Kiptratlon of the !tr day sndlcate
tiwmmt which precluded free and un
restricted offering befora today was
the ItnuU for a general selling
movement which had Ha Inception
at the outset of the session and a
aeneml selling movement which had
Inception at tha outset of the session and
continued wun lime imsrrupuon m u"r
clow, before which time they recovered
to M4. Total salee appromlmated laO.nOft
cr about 80 per oent of the day's business
in the bond division.
Dealings In stock were nominal said
from tha feverish activity (hown by such
liamiea aa mercantile marine preferred, oil,
stocks; like Tuss company, Mexican and
California petroleums, rHudebaker and a
few of tha recently active wr (roup.
Investment shares, Including rails, were
lTegular at first, becoming heavy later.
Trading In theee stocks waa at all times
obscured by the obvtnua manipulation In
United State Steel wsa under pressure
at all times, rising and falling with nar
row limits and closing at P. a decline
of H. Bethlehem Steel made a net gain
of to 432 and General Motors fell 11
to 633. Total salea of stocks amounted
. to 61,000 shares.
Ponds, as a whole, were heavy, tn sym
pathy with tha weakness of the Anglo
French Issue, Total sales par value
amounted to 7.2T0.".
United State registered in advanced
half of 1 Der cent on call.
' Number of esles and leading quotations
on stocks wera as follows:
Sataa. li'tli. low. Clnea.
Aieatra Oold . m m
Ailia-chaJmars rn i'." n ii
Amaftran B-at dsgsr..... :is T4
Amartraa Cut Il l4 t
AmHMui LoefMnnttve .... 1,400 "0
Amerfnu a. a R..
Am. a. a. H
Am. Kiisar Raftntng O) 1114
Airloi Tel. A Tal Soft
American Tmnw, 1.19 H
Ati-hla . t.M) Iran
Haldwin tMmntln St.ern) 1144
tultlmm Otals U P4
IMklrtnl mep tm ikl
Srooklr" RapM Tr .. fa SVfc
T llfnml rxmlema .... BJ II
Vanaiian rmHfls l.ln mm
ivntmi Imi hor leno (4i
nvaraki a Ohio "
"hc O. W VI U.
iTitrmjto, m. a m. p l,mo ws
Oilns, R. I. A P. Rr.. 5 im) i
catB 0)Mr m
loriV) "ul Iraa.... I we
(Varlhle Sll I.in 74
InTr a H. O f
riMllleia' nurlties .... line fl
Trim 1,4110 4l4 4lt ti
tral ICIwtrta IT)
OraM rtorthara rti no 1H
OrMU No. Or off, l.yO 4' ,ks
OunenlMlm ICiptorstton.. 400 11 11 74
llllool, Cantrml 7
In-horMill (1. Corp.. IWI t tl
l-ip1nitlii 0PKr (.ten 4fs 44' 444
)ftlrallnnl Hrvtr... 4A lio m
Xumi tltr auuttiorn.... 1.M 81 , Il
lni,h viir . R tm
lxl.rlll N,hrll 114
Vlcn r,trolum S3, I'M ln,
Miami rtp,r n tS US I
Mismirt, K. A T. td
MiMouri nvTirin 44 1 US
N'Minnai Uttt M M 4
?Tt. rVipiMr W t lt.
New York itrai U.WO 1v, 101
n r . N. H. H re tis t4
Norfolk A Wimii Itnit lu 1IH
o"itini rmeins l,p 1)4 114
I.M 11 li
PsXtls Tl. Tl
Tfar Cfa. Caar
nrpuMlfl Inn at Steal...
rtUtJir fWipttjiy ...
T.7M KH M
I. If 101 lnwi
, 1774 171'4
I. too 44 S74
7H ttmr-Mt 14 On, JS' cw Jmi
rui'Mi Farina 4.109 ir wij 11; J
Vniflfi Partna et
t nltJ aulas fMeal I.n
1'. R. etaal pM
1 taa appar
Wanash II nM,
... sns 74
... I If SU
Inf-r. Marina pM
Tfttai aalae tat tn dar, ato.ooo aharta,
ew York Money Market.
NKW TORK. Dee. ln.-MEnCAMT!I.n
rAPERViS ner cent.
KTRRMNO EXCHANOK-ar) dav bills
t.tf7.'5: dxmsnd, $4 7175; cables. t.72r
PIL.VKR Bar, 55c; Mexican dollars,
BONDS Government, firm: railroad.
v Tl MP! lANf-F1rm: W da vs. ?4 r
nt; flays, 2W$Mi percent; six montha,
1 per rant.
, CAIJL. MONKT Firm ; h!-h, 3 per cent;
low, I per cent; ruling rate. 2 per cent'
lort loan, t per cent; closing bid, I per
cnt; offered at t per cent.
Closing quotations on bonds today were
V. S. rar. av ra.. nA M. K. T. lit 4s.. 7V
4a eavava. ........ M Mo. Par. av. 4a .... 4
t'. S. v ra KiV4N. T. C. d.tv a....lir4i
6s msi IOH4N. T. t1t 4aa I.4,
V. S. 4 ras lie !. T. Hula 4Va...Jisu
An mum. 11A w V w u .
. - - 11 m n.
rtuni, nnim,,,!"! rjr. 94
Asl Bmeltera a....llB4k Ne. Paxltlo as....
A. T. a T. a. 4'a..l0f 4o U
A ran oar a Ca. 44ta.. 50. a. U raf. 4a.,
AUJttaaa saa. 4a..... tJ ran. T. T. la.,
PL Ohio aa. itPans. raa 4a.,
taa. faolflo lac WW raa. 4a. ...
fhea. Okie 44.. tl.ft4!u saa. 4a.
C B. Q. 1. 4a.... 714a. U A a T. T.
nmin 4Wa..VJWto. pse. cv. Is..,
f. R. I. P. r. 4a i raf. 4a
f. tl. rat. 4HS.... IT fa. Rallwar ta .
. a R. O. raC Is.. 41 Ualoo Parlfla 4a,
, Krta a. 4a n da ar. 4a.
f.as. Klaa. la 1"4 V. e. Ituhbar 4a
K. la 4taa 44 14 it. a awal la...,
,11 ke. raf. 4a lsiWanaali lat la...,
, Vntoa 44S... M WaM. PXaa. cr. I
if. f Ra. rat. la.... 44 AsslaMek la
1. a N. uU 4a.... Ml,
With Axe; Daughter
'' OAKLAND, Cat., Dec. 15. -Mrs. Orphle
lAwrenoo waa chopped to death with an
axe early today In a small cottage, where
' aba and her daughter had been living fol
- lowing aa estrangement between Mrs.
Iawrenea and her husband, Charles Clark
..i-Awrenoe, a mill hand. Lwrence wa-s
Tha daughter, Audrey, told tha polloa
I hat aha crouched outside Mra. Law
rence's bedroom until terrified by sounds
of tha struggle, she broke In and found
her mother tn a pool of blood snd her
father standing beside her with tha axa
tt 11 In hla handa.
. The 7w ranees aepararted about a week
ago and Mra. "Lawrence had been sup
porting haraelf by sawing and by acting
aa housekeeper la a residence nearby.
ALLEN TO TALK TO STUDENTS
! OF SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
A Tankee In the Far Bast" la tha
afubject of a talk by George Hoyt Allen
t hla evening at tha Central High school
auditorium under tha auspices of tha
Hiudenta Athletic association of tha High
School of Commerce. Mr. Allen will
arrlvo from Texas soma time during the
day and will be the guest of Principal
Adams. Tho Commerce school orchestra
will furnish music Five hundred tlcketa
have been sold to tha travelogue and
MISS BYRD TO BE HEAD
RESIDENT AT SETTLEMEN1
Miss Beulah Byrd. for a number of
years In the office of E. 17. Graff, super
intendent of schools, was yesteiday ap
pointed haad reiJ-nt of the Social gei-tliiM-nt
to succeed Misa Jeesia Arnold,
who left a coui4a of weeks ago. fci10'
.ill take up her new work January i.
KNOWS HOW THERE
IS A SANTA CLAUS
Mn. Doants Conrinced Little Lad
Would Forepo Drum So Mother
Could Get Teeth.
MAIJT NEED DTTD EE CLOTHES
Mn. George Doane, secretary of
the Asioctated Charities, says abe
helieyei in a Santa Claus. She does
not want to Intimate bow many
years ago it has been since she hung
up certain elongated receptacles for
the convenience of Saint Nick when
he made his rounds, but she does be
1 eve there is a Santa Claus.
The Santa Claus she now believes in
U not the mythical personality of
her childhood days, but is a Santa
vhlch finds expression in the hearts
of kind people at this time of the
year. She means to say that many
people want to take the place of
Santa Claus in seeing that the needy
ere not forgotten at Christmas time.
fhe finds many instances to
strengthen ber belief that there is a
Santa, Claus and that he will be
around to many homes next week.
Hera Comes Saata,
Speaking of tha work being dona by
Tha Dee In connection with her depart
ment, Mrs. Doane related an experience
one of her Investigators had Tuesday.
Tha caller from the charities office en
tered a home where two small children
wera In bed. There was evidence of need
In tha humble cottsge, but tha place wts
neat and clean.
"Here comes Pantal" exclaimed th
"No," said the mother, "It la a woman
sent by Banta."
Then tha boy aald ha would Ilka to have
a drum, but he wanted tha drum on one
condition, which aroused tha curiosity
of Mra. Edwards, who had been aent by
Tha boy explained that ha wanted his
mother to have new set of teeth for
Christmas and waa willing to forego tha
pleasure of tha drum If It might Inter
fere with getting hla mother tha new
"We have received aome underclothes
for children, but we want to assure you
we could place to good advantage soma
new undcrclothea for men and women."
aald Mra. Doane.
A number of old people have written
to asked Mrs. Doane If she thtnka Santa
Claua will remember them.
Farmers Make Big
Money on Potatoes
Burlington reports from northwest Ne
braska Indicate that tha potato crop of
laat fall was one of the beat pitying onea
that the farmers In that aer.tlon of the
alata have ever raised.
Floyd Trine, a short distance from Alli
ance, la reported to have raised 17 bush
els per acre, and on land valued at A
per acre. Ilia crop netted him 174.40 per
J. H. Lawrence, a Bos Butta county
farmer, la reported to have raised 2, too
buahela of potatoea off fourteen acres of
land. His crop netted him IM.71 per acre.
He values the land at $30 per acre.
Revoked by Kugel
City Commissioner Kugel has revoked
the Jitney license of Morris Piatt for
violation of a rule which provldea that
Jltneera must follow the entire routes
for which permits are Issued. In this
case I'latt waa licensed to operate from
Fourteenth to Fortieth on Farnam street,
and It la alleged that he was fined In
police court for turning back at Thirty
fifth and Farnam atreets.
It Really Daws Relieve Hktssiatlim,
Sloan's Liniment does give almost bl
atant relief. Nothing better for rheu
matism, backache and sciatica. Only
Kc. All druggists. Advertisement.
PURSE SNATCH ER WORKS
IN FULL VIEW OF VICTIM
Mrs. K. Kemmlaon, 106 North Twenty
fit h atreet. Council Bluff a. was ' the
victim of a bold puree-anatcher on a
Council Bluffs car Wednesday morning.
Aa the car reared Tenth and Doug
las streets the man cut the strap on Mra.
Kemmlaon's purse, snatched the bag out
of her hand and aucceasfully fled from
tha car. Tho purse contained W.Sfj In
cash, a gold wedding ring and several
other small Items. '
GO BACK TO PAVEMENTS
The entire police motorcycle squad, will
start patrolling beats tonight, with the
exoeptloa of Oliver Ferrand, who will
be kept at headquarters aa emergency
chauffeur, and U Wheeler, who la In
charge of the Dundee substation.
Wa will give free of
Charge with 4 full quarts
rruno ya at ll.lt,
A fine hand painted
bread and butter
china plate, a bot
tle of fine Callfor.
nla port wine,
fold etched wills
ey glass, pocket
corkscrew end a
This whiskey Is
for our trail nd
Is sold direct to
rou. Wo ruanta-
to be better than
ether hJsti grade
old rye tliat sells
at double the
Orders west of
the Hocktea must
call for 1 quarts
Our reii,u.' u tkmaha National Bank.
Mail your oiflers to
KEYLR KLEln LIQUOR CO. i
iJ North 1Kb Bt Omaha. Neb..
fj at 2 m 1 a
I ' ' 4 i t I I
Aiv iTL W J
Vern Armstrong Finds Small Gun
Makes Up for a Lot of Weigh
Vernon Armstrong, 21 Jarkson street.
Is the pugilistic kid of the Drexher Br.
Dry Cleaning works-. Ills deeds of phys
ical prowess around the establishment
are many and he la tha acknowledged,
undisputed and unequivocal champ of the
place. Ilia ponderous bulk and abundance
of muscle la auch that no three mon
around tha cleaning plant will tackle hl-n.
But Vernon, like all humans. Is not In
vincible and Tuesday nlRht this ract waa
Impressed upon him In a very strenuous
Aa Armstrong waa departing from 21
Dewey avenue, about 7:S0, Tuesday evon
Ing, an abbreviated edition of manhood,
height about 6 feet 4 Inches and corre
spondingly lacking In avolrdupola, thrust
a young Krupp against Mr. Armstrong's
epidermis about the place where the belt
"Heave ho, bo," ordered the pigmy-
Jumps from Train
and Loses His Foot
Joe Jlndra, 1703 South First atreet, had
hla right foot cut off by Jumping from
a moving train In the llurllnxton yard.
Jlndra, who la a yard employe, had Just
coma to the Omaha headquarters to et a
paaa to Tlattamouth, where his grand
mother Is lying very III. He waa return
ing to hla home by a yard train fmm
which he leaped at Second and Lincoln
avenue. His right foot turned under the
wheels and waa Instantly cut off. He
waa taken to St. Joseph hospital.
A Test of Friendship
Your neighbor's Unon on tho line. A sudden shifty wind
swoop down from your chimney dropping "great, jrrimy,
gob" of soot. Will she speak to you Umorrow?
Why Not Burn a Smokeless Coal?
FOR THE FURNACE
Petroleum Coke $9.50 per ton
Ozark Grate $9.50 per ton
Pyro (Gas House) Coke $8.50 per ton
Yellowstone Lump $7.00 per ton
FOR THE COOK-STOVE OR HEATER
Blue Flame Lump $8.50 per ton
Economy Egg or Nut $6.50 per ton
Sunderland Brothers Co.
Phone Douglas 2.12.
OXK OF OUR YAIIDS IS NEAR VOI R HOME.
j- . MCV4
' S4wsssSs4aMS4aaassssssi j. saias.sss.apasU.assa
Most Modern and Sanitary Brewery in the West.
Family Trade supplied by WM. JETTER, Distributor,
2502 N St. Telephone Douglas 4231. South 863 or 868.
Bid goodbye to Old Boreas
and fly down to Florida,
where Old Sol bosses things. Work's well enough
for folks who can't get away; but its dead wrong
to pass up the good fortune that permits you to go.
A day and a half; that's all the time it takes to
reach Florida from Kansas City via Frisco Lines
and Southern Railway the direct route. The
leaves Kansas City at 5:55 p. m. and gets to Jacksonville 8:25 a. m. second
dsy. All-steel tram of coaches, deeping cars and Fred Harvey dining cars.
Writs ths undtnifrntd for nw Florida litcraturs
snd full information about fares snd rctenrationi,
J. C. Lovrisav Divisioa PasaB(r Agent, Wsldhsim BuUdiag, Kajtaas City, Mo.
like person as he gave Armstrong nn
extra dig In the ribs with the cannon
which had suddenly grown to the pro
portions of an honest-to-goodnes 42-centimetre
In the eyca of Armstrong, 'Hop
Into the hack and take us for a spin."
Armstrong responded with alacrity and
tho Joyrlde waa on. Kor two hours Arm
strong raced about the city, smashing
every speed law that ever found a placa
on a statute book, while the young speed
enthusiast complimented him on his Oil
Andrreonlng with many punctuations via
the gun-ln-the-rlba method.
After the extended Joyride the holdtiJ)
finally called a halt. "Well' you'd better
shell out now," he advised, whereupon
Armstrong contributed twenty bucks and
a watch to the support of his unlnt-o-dined
friend, and heaved an audible sigh
as the little shrimp and the large "gat"
went on their way.
A. 0. BARKER SURPRISES
MAN BREAKING INTO HOME
A nocturnal prowler was rudely Inter
rupted In the pursuit of hla vocation at
tho homo of A. O. Marker, 9T7 Boutb.
Thlrty-e'ghth avenue Tuesday evening.
Mr. Barker returned homo about ten
minutes after 10 o'clock Tuesday even
ing and aa he waa making ready to
enter the front door heard a noise around
the comer of the" porch. Upon Investi
gation he discovered an uninvited vis
itor attempting to gain entrance to the
house via a convenient window. I'pon
spotting Mr. Barker the almost-burglar
made a quick retreat for a neighborhood
where they coma home later at night.
SNOW FLURRIES GENERAL
ALL OVER WESTERN COUNTRY
According to the railroad, while there !
are no Indications of a blixiard over the
country west of the Missouri river, the I
weather la bad, thotish not cold.
West of the river snow flurries have
been pretty general and In many In- '
stances there have been rain and sleet !
storms since Tuesday morning. Tempera
tures have ranged from 18 to 3 degrees
shove if ro In Nebraska and Wyoming.
is everywhere that
service is supreme the
pure, rich age -mellowed
bourbon that cheers the
jaded tourist like a message
At leading clubs, hotels, and
restaurants, from leading dealers,
to ask for -CEDAR BROOK
is a mark of good judgment
a certainty of satisfaction.
For sixty-eight years the meU
. lowest and best.
W. II. McBRAYER'S
-The World's Finest Wbi4ky"
Jj BOTTLED II IQIP
Itoaaat trip. Ka
St. Ait(ias 44.80
Falsi Bases Sl.M
ttj Wast 7S.M
Uraaa sod louf rcluro
I) mil CurreapusdiDsly
low Isrra to ollivr ra
4ona la riorlds. fubs
sou Um laic ul Hoe.
ONLY EIGHT MORE SHOPPING DAYS TILL XMAS.
Buy Now. Buy Where Best Assortments and Values
Make Selection Easiest and Most Profitable.
16 Tf DODGED DOUGLAS STREETS
An Exceptional Gift Bargain
Our Xew York buyer secured" the samples
and surplus of two well known makers of
Kinjonos and Underskirts, and the entire
stock will be placed on sale Thursday at most
surprisingly little prices.
$2.00 and . $2.50 Kimonos A bevy of de
signs in crepes and flannelettes; fiC.
all sizes and colors, choice
$3.00 and $4.09 Kimonos,
crepes, embroidered Japs and
blanket robes, all at one price. ,
Beautiful Kimonos and Robes "Worth. $7.50, in fine silks
and satins; also elegant Blanket Robes; tfQ Q
.all colors; choicest values ever, at ,ipOJD
Just the smart, new hat
to finish the season
with, made in various
Turban styles, spangled
jet combined with ma
line satin and velvet.
One of the numbers is
illustrated. These hats
are the latest arrivals
Military Sets Special Thursday
Fashion decrees high neckwear.
Dame fashion hag decreed high
necks in all fall and winter wearing
A tf apparel. The neckjs
jk I av&M to be snugly and com
s. pletely covered in its ;
entirety, either in furs or knitted
goods. Fur materials are very ex
pensive and scarce. This makes
knitted goods very popular.
Bay Your Xmas Groceries, Canned Gtods, Meats,
Fruits, Flour, Dried Fruits, Etc., This Week.
TO IT 0T TWB rBEBKERT GOOD. BUST QTTAXTTY AJTS BATS ntOK
85 to 80 OJT YOTS VVBCXASBS BT TBADXHO AT KATSll'l.
IT lbs. bast pure Grsnu
Uaa Diamond Flour for your
Xmas .puddlnirs, plea snd 4 1 OC
cakea; per 48-lb. sack.... la
4 Ilia, beat fancy Japan Rice, Pearl
Taplora or Lima Beans 880
The best domestic Macaroni. Vermi
celli or Spajchettl, pkg TH
No. I cana fancy Wax. Btrlna. Orean
or Lima Beana . Ho
No. 2 can Early Juna Table Peas
7 6c cana Condensed Milk 85o
1-lb. can aasorted Soups BH
sbieo TBtrrrs. Eto ro toub
The best Cleaned Currants, lb.,.18
California Cook In a Flffa. lb 100
California Seedless Raisins, per
per lb BVsO, 10o, 18HO
California Peaches, fancy.
per lb. BHo, 10O, 18V
California Royal Apricots,
per lb ISo X7HS
XIOXIVABTB STATZZ. OBAJTOEB FOB XHAB THE PBXOB OT CAtl.
rOBBXA XZBBBO BT TBB BOW. MOOsT AHTO BTABB FEB XMXXEV,
aoa, sao, soe, so BOTSiEO rnrxx ro flatob ob QUAtrrr.
CHXEBE, BUTTXB AJTD BOO MABXZT OF OMAJKA.
Tha best Crsamsry Butter, carton,
per lb SJ
Beat Creamery Butter, bulk... ale
Fancy No. 1 Country Creamery.
per lb. 8941
Fancy No. 1 Dairy Butter, lb... 87s
I EE YBOETABLB MAXXXT
IS lba. best Red River Potatoes. 80a
New Wisconsin Cabbaxe, lb la
New Wis. Cabbage. 100 lba Too
Frrsh Louisiana Shallots or Carrots.
?r bunch 4o
ancy Michigan Celery, for.. 10a
1 iih Louisiana Radishes, 3 for 10a
AjrrTBXEO tov wajtt
Liquor Dept. Specials
Old Taylor. 8 Tears old. full quart
Cedar Brook. 8 years old, full quart
Clarke's Pure Rye, 8 years old, full quart
La Tlnta Port or Sherry. 10 years old
Sunklst Wines, 6 years old, ouart. 50S Callon.
Home-made Wines, full gallon
California Port, full gallon
California Brandy, bottle. 75s; full gallon . . .
Maryland Rye, quart 75; half gallon. 81.25:
Hennessy Brandy, bottle, 81.00: hlf gallon.
Try HAYDEN'S First,
in fine challies,
Pretty Silk Underskirts
worth $2.50 and $3.00, including "Jer
sey .tops, Messalines and Taffetas; all
colors; on sale Thursday at. . . .$1.45
Klosfit Silk Underskirts "Worth $5,
in Taffetas, Messalines and Jerseys, in
plain colors and floral patterns; beau
tiful gifts, special $2.95
No. 3 cans Golden Pumpkin. Hom
iny. Bauer Kraut, Baksd BfMuis or
S2-os. Jars puro Fruit Preserves
18-os. jars purs Strained Honey
Snifter's Tomato Soup, can 7Vo
6 cans OH Hardlnea l6o
H-lb. cake Baker's Chocolate. . .18o
Hrhrpp's Hhreddef Coooanut. . . .BOo
Maclaren'a Peanut Butter, lb. ..19H
The best Tea Blftlngs. lb lSUo
Golden 8antoa Coffee, a fins drink,
per lb BOo
zatxa vuodivob, ras awd oaxbs.
t Crown Muscatel Raisins
per lb sio
California Seedless 'Raisins,
Pr pk SHe, loo
Condensed Mincemeat, pks-...TVio
The beat Iinon, Onuiae of Citrus
Peel, per lb , .... .BOo
Crown FT its. per lb .....BOo
Fancy Hallow! Iatea, lb.r. . . . . . 16o
TXB BEST BOXED, ISIS I f ,4
jtew anrrs. u u
Hood No. 1 Pairy Butter, lb 88a
Tha best Full Cream Younr Amer
ica. Now York Whit or Wisconsin
Cream Cheese, lb. BOo
Tho best strictly Fresh Eggs. . .38o
Best No. 1 Storage Eggs, dos....a6o
OF OMAHA FOB THE PEOPLE
S lbs. Sweet Potatoea
Fancy Klpe Tomatoea, lb.
Fancy California Cauliflower.
per lb Tta
I large Soup bunches jjg
Beat Cape Cod Cranberries, pr
xm fxebx teoetaelbb.
I Hlon. 82.50
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